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' pounds of ohcpge «t\ 1.360 cases of eggs.
Tbc follotring are the ol tidal quotations ostab
? lUbti on the floor of the dairy exchange. Trices
in tne street, wuile governed by the exchange
quotations, generally range from liic to 2c
higher, owing to the various charges to be
.'.added:
BITTER. TEK POUXII
OradPs— Julr 12 July 13 Julr 14 July 15
: Fresh extras... SOMjC 29c »»<• 20c
Firfsu \u0084..2*c 2«f -Jf>c 2SUc
NPoonds 270 27c 27c
Chocse — California fancy flats. 1414 c per Ib,
•Heady; do firsts. 13 Vjc, • steady; do seconds,
.. 12'ic. steady; fancy Young Americas, 16c, firm;
: do firsts. 15c. firm.
• Eggs— California fresh, per dozen, cases in
cluded.
Orades— Julr 12 Julr 13 July 14 July 15
Extras 2S'ic '-R'ic 2S»c 20% c
Pir^ts 27c* 27<; 27c ' 27c
*fC"nds Sir. 2."><* 23<" 23c
TUird* 20c 2<H; 200 20c
Portland nutter Market
PORTLAND. July Vt. — Butter— Tity and coun
try creamery extras, 31c; farcy, [email protected]; store,
23 cents. .f
Ess Market in \earby Counties
I Special Dispatch to The Call]
SANTA ROSA. Jcly 13.— TUei% was Mill an
other advance of half a cent p*r doz^n in the
price of eggs bere today on receipt of advlt-es
the transactions on the San Francisco
dairy produce exchange. The local dealers quoted
27 V»c per dozen spvt cafh for choice eggs and
24iac for seconds.
IBo«atoef»,I B o«atoef», Onlonn and Vegetable*
i:T*ry?fcing In the vegftaWe line moved off
freely yrstordar. bnrtng for li»cal and suburban
wants Wlcg brisk, but supplies of most descrip
tions were so far in exc<-?« of requirements that
ihe market remained decidedly weak. Eggplant,
cucumbers, summer squash and popi>crs were all
lower, and large receivers of tomatoes were
obliged to shade the quotations to effect clear
unres. Attractive lots of green corn brought a
*--mall advance. Imt general offerings continued to
' dr«g badly at unstained rates. The market for
V!>otatoeß and onions Jiad an easier tone and some
; receivers were predicting a lower range of prices .
? "-for both.
I- . Potatoes— Per box, 7."'<J9oc; in sacks. [email protected]15
; per ctl.
: Onlor.s — New. yellow. $2*5 2.25 per ctl.
';\u25a0 Vegetables— Green com. 75c^51.50 per sack
\u25a0 'for choice: asparagus, [email protected] per box; toma
'-\u25a0\u25a0 toes, [email protected]$L25 per l>ox; green peas, [email protected] per
• • 1b: string l>eans. 2(&4c i>er Ib: eurawer squash,
' 40^C0c per box; eggplant. S-x(<isl per bos; green
-• peppers, SOQ6Oe per box: garlic, [email protected] per lb
-for new; cabbage. <:.V?7sc i><-r etl: cwmmben,
'-\u25a0 W(5,6."c pT box; caul!3ower, [email protected] per dosen;
I 'tiirnips, 7.V<ssl p*>r sack: enrrots. «3ctffl P*r
\u25a0 kack: rhubarb. OOtfiOOi: per U«; grctn tkra,
!;. jHftLSO per box.
:- Dn-ldunuK and Cltrntt Prnits
r. . A brisk canning demand for Bartlett pears
.'• fiirnished a firm feature of the fruit market yes
:; t">rd»r- Competitive buying by rival packing
: Concerns pent prices to higher notches. No. 2
' spiling at $25<&r>0 and No. 1 at f43 a ton. Sales
'. of wrapped stock in the regular trade vrere slow,
r Apricots were inclined to raslnei«s. The regular
3 trade was not purchasing them any too freely.
'\u25a0 and canning prices w<>re $15&23 a ton. with
:= packers indifferent buyers, sltbough they were
V psying $27.50 to growers across the bay. The
'•:• apple market was easy, with sellers conceding to
.'.. lntycrs to keep top quality lots moving. Plums.
i prunes and nectarines stood exactly the syme as
-;«iuotcd in the last report, and the market was
- will overloaded with peaches. Lug boxes of the
"' latter sold fairly in the regular trade, but it
\u25a0 wns a difficult "matter to effect clearances of
email shipping packages. Figs were stHI scarce
and blgli. with large packages from <re river
\u25a0 < x omniaudinS the usual substantial preminm.
Melon* £nd grapes were in free supply and
• shared the general easiness. Receipts of berries
were ltsrht and higher prices were obtained for
loganberries and blackberries.
Strawberries — $.'s.sOC<is |.rr oaost.
n»*r'berri<*« — $^£i 7 per chest.
Loganberries — $-"?.Wi^r. per chest.
Blackberries — $/1ki3.50 per chest.
Huckleberries— llf»-_.<&15c per lb.
Apples (per boxt — Fancy Oraveustelns. $1.23® ,
3.50; do Astrachan. S3c fa % 1. 23; conilaoa to choice,
taQTStr. crabapplcs, 50c<a,f'
lvarf—Bartletts, f 1.3.">.'a1.50 per box for No.
• 1 and [email protected] for No. 2; in bulk, |25(245 per
ton; i>earborn seedlings, 4c per lb; other varle
' tie^. 73cG$U&
Peaches— Small boxes. 40^'^; baskets, to®
\u25a0 €0c- lug boxes, 75c(4$l
l'lums and I'ruues — Crates, [email protected]; Email
boifs. 35§<50c.
Nectarines — SscQ.sl per crate for red and
T3fc;£sc for white.
Figs— l»ouble layer drawers, [email protected]; single
Itycr drawers, 70c(g51.23.
,'vprlcots — Lug boxes. 65c(§ ?1 ; email boxes, 33 1
Q.fioe; !»er ton. ?ir>@23. »
Melons— Southern cantalvipes.* $2ig.2.73 per
cr«te: nutmeg melons, $1.25(^1.75 per bos;
.. watermelons, $1.75<g3 per dozon.
«;ra[>fs (;>er cratei — Seedless. [email protected]; Fon
taineHf-au and sweetwater, 75c<^$l.
Citrus irults (per box) — Valencia oranges, $3
<§t4 for choice end [email protected] for standard; grape
fruit. J2.75«i3 for seedless and $l©l.s<t for
common; lemons. $6 for fancy. [email protected] for
choice and JC.00'3.1 for standard; limes, [email protected]
6.50.
Tropics! Fruits — Bananas. 75c(&51.25 per
bunch for Hawaiian and Mexican. [email protected]
Tor Central American; pineapples, *3&4 per
; <Joti?n.
Dried Fruits, Ralains, \u( n and Honey
.;.. I.ste mail reports from New York say: "Al
though New York buyers nre withholding orders
for future California prunes, the continued de
\u25a0 mand for export, particularly from France, and
; from middle west markets imparts a strong tone.
I<> the coast market, which is supported by the
' iuc:-easing prospect of a ehort crop and the
\u25a0 mast cleanup of old stocks at all distributing
\u25a0. points. Packers are unwilling to book orders
for early October shipment on lesß than a 4%c
f. o. b. bag basis for Santa Clara fruit."
'\u25a0'• ' Fruits— Kvaporated apples, 7%^7%c; apricott,
; future delivery. S'Ji&lObc; fancy Moorpark,
ngl2e; peaches. 4©sc; do 1910 crop, future
.: delivery. 4^i&sVse: prunes. [email protected] with Y t c
.• premium for 50s and 1c premium for 40s; new
• crop, 3*4^4 iric, with the same premiums for
Jhe larger alzct; tg*, SSti&Se; pears. sS7»ic.
RaiEins— Layers, clusters — 6 crown, 52.50; 5
crown. 51. 75; 4 crown. $1.25: seeded, 4&5 c; or
'.dtnary Jayera, 3 crown, $1.25; 2 crown, 90c;
Thompson's seedless. Sh*^,ZVsC for unbleached
•aad C\%6}?c for bleached; loose muscatel, 4
\u25a0 i-rown, 4c; 3 crown. 3^c; 2 crown, 3c; seedless,
. -S-'ic; new ralsina, 2&@2%c in sweat box at
.' . Fresno.
. Nuts— Almonds, nonpareils, 14^@15c; IXIj,
' 14!&14>ic: De plus ultra. [email protected]%c: Drake, 10V4
fell'/t-c: lanptiedocs. lie; hard shell. 7%c; wal
nyi». 13c per lb for No. 1 eoftshells. B%c for
; No. 2 do; pecans, l 4J a *i.K,c; peanuts. 4^Ssc;
pme uuts, iS©2oc per lb.
Hocey— Nominal.
Eces«£x— 27i*g3oc per Ib for light and 23Q
£Uc lor Cark.
Poultry and Game
her»tpt» of poultry were much smaller yeater
.'\u25a0«sa.r tlian on the two preceding days, but the
.: market was still weak, as a result of the recent
. b^ary influx of supplies. Sellers were vt-illing to
.' nie*t Njyers half way. but they found It difficult
to close out undeflrable Ktock at that. Only '\u25a0
\u25a0 : lßrge hens, ducks and pigeons seemed to be
j Ti anted.
: \u25a0 Poultry (per doscnt — Hens, $305.50 for small.
t*f<j7 for large and ?S(&9 for extra; young roost
. rr», *7(ff!»: «M roosters, $5i5r,.50: fryers. $s(g
. f.50; broilero, |S^3.&o for large and $2.ri0«53 for
: f-malt: ducks. $7<a.7..-«O: pipeons. 51.755-; squabs, !
f2.RO«ri3; geese, $2^2.50 per pair. '
. G»me (per dozen)— Nominal.
Beanst and Seedss
Vuotations for beans remain unchanged, with
\u25a0". <jui*t and steady market except for whites,
\u25a0 f hlch are in liberal supply and weak.
Beans (per ctl)— Bayos, $ti.so®»> ">; small
wbite, $45i4.25; Urge white. [email protected]: pink,
\u26666fe6.15; red, $Csi»».2s: blackeye. [email protected];
lima. $4.4C«a4.50; red klda»ys, [email protected]; cran
• berry beans, [email protected]; garvanzas, |2.50<53.25;
\u25a0 borne beans, nominal.
Seeds — Brown tnnstard. 4c; yellow mustard.
— :—;: — ; flsiwd, SQSVI-c; canary. [email protected]^ic; al
falfa. 16517 c; rape. [email protected]^c; timothy, 6c; hemp,
[email protected]»£c; millet. 2%©3 c per lb.
Dried. Peaa— Green. $3.t£@3.75 per ctL
Flour and Farinaceous Goods
..flour— California family extras. [email protected] net
toiibout discount; bakers' extra*. [email protected]: super
" fine, ' [email protected]; Oregon and Washington, per
bbl, 54.801&5 for family, bakers' ana patents,
\u25a0 and $4.25^.4.50 for cut off; Kansas patents,
s<;.'i>; do straights, (G. 30; Itakota patents, $7.20;
do straights. $7; do clear, (3.25 per bbl.
Farinaceous Guods — Prices in 100 lb sacks, net
cash, co discount, are as follows: Graham flour,
$2.00 per 100 lbs; rye flour, $2.90; rye meal,
$2.80; rice flour, $5; corn meal, $2.60; extra
cream &o. SZ.:>>>; oat meal, $3.<>o; oat groats.
$3.60; fßrin&. $3.20; bominy. $2.«0: buckwheat
Hour, $3.40; whole wheat flour, $2.75; rolled oats.
bblM. *o'.y <;..-.> 1 ; do In sacks. $3.50(£5.r>0; extra
cream do. $6.50 in tacks and $7 in bbls;' rolled
wheat, bbls $4.25, in sacks $2.90©3.75; pearl
barley, $4.20; split peas, boxes, $5 for rellow
and Srt>.so for green per 100 lbs.
Hay and Feedstuff*
Boiled barley is following the raw grain up
and Ik quoted higher by local mills. There U do
further change ia hay.
Bran — f^.jvi&Zi per ton for white and $21.50
Tor red:
Middlings— s3o©3l per -ton.
Short*— <23.sO«i24 per ton.
reedstuffs— Rolled barley. $22.50623.50; rolled
oat* for feed, *2Mfc2v; mixed teett, $24«J30 for
*vemge lots; Unbeed oUcake meal, 20 tons $40,
10 tons $40.50, 5 tons $41. smaller lota $41.50;
cocoanut cake or meal at mills. $25 In 20 and 10
and $25.50 In 5 ton lola; jobbing. $20: corn
meal. *34<&35; cracked corn. [email protected]; alfalfa
meal, carload lots $15, jobbing $16; red star
alfalfa jneal, $15 in car lots and $10 jobbing:
Mode»to alfalfa tneal. $14.50 in car lots and $1«
jobbing; Caproco oilcake meal. $16.50 per ton.
Bey—Wheat, $9<&13.50; waeat and oats. $9{ft
12; tame oat. $9&12; volunteer wild oat. $7(0
10; alfalfa. $7610: stock hay, 5-0Q.7 per ton.
Straw— [email protected] per bale.
Hides, Tallow, Wool and Hops
Hldfj. — Culls and brands sell about %@lc nn
der quotat Sont; beavr salted steers, 10 Vic; light
medium, 9V-^10c: light, SMc; cowhides, . B V6e
for heavy, 6^c for light; stags. tJ&(&7c; salted
kip, ©H®loc; salted veaL 14% c; salted- calf,
14»>c; dry bides, ISc: dry ktp. lC^c; dry calf.
22c: sheepskins, BhearUnc6. [email protected];40c each; short
wooL. [email protected]: medium, 60&90 c: lonr wool. 9Cte
tsl.Cs ; Tambß. 25&50 c; borsenides. salt. $2.25
3 for large and [email protected] tor medium,' [email protected]$l
for *m*l) and [email protected] for colts; boTßehldes. dry.
f1.50f/{2^s for large and $1.25 @2. for medium.
Coc&sl for email and 25&50 c for colts; coat
skifcf. prime angoras. [email protected]$l; large hair goats,
30«j40c; medium, [email protected]; small. [email protected] '
Tallow— No. 1 rendered, »[email protected]; No. 2, [email protected];
grease. 2<§2V&c
Wool — Spring clip. San Joaquin, year's staple.
12©15 c; do 8 months, [email protected]; northern. [email protected];
Humboldt and Mendoclno. 16®18c per lb.
Hops — California. [email protected] for crop of l»09:
Oregons, 10® 15c per lb; crop of 1910, 12V£@15e
per lb.
General Merchandise
Bags— Grain bags, 5%&5%' c.' June-July deliv
ery San Quentin bags, 5V4c; wool bags. 27c -for
3U lb and 31c for 4 lb; fleece twins. Sc per lb.
'Coal— Pennsylvania anthracite egg, JIG per
ton; Wellington, $9; -New Wellington, $9; Coos
bay ?7; Australian hou«! — Richmond, etc., $9;
Pelaw Main. $9; Stanford Richmond. $9; Cum
berland $15 in bulk and $10.50 In sacks: Welsh
anthracite. $15; coke, $10 per ton in bulk and
$17 in sacks.
Oil — Quotations are for barrels: Linseed. ..90c
per gallon for boiled and SSc for raw ; cases, 5c
more- castor oil in cases. No. I, 71c; Baker's
AA [email protected]; China nut, cases. [email protected] per
gal' cocoanut oil In barrels. [email protected]%c for. XXX,
72Mi&V6c for No. 1 and [email protected]%c for No. 2, ac
cording to quantity; extra bleached winter sperm
oil, SOc; natural winter sperm oil, SOc; natural
whale oil, 55c; extra winter strained lard oil, $1;
pure neatsfoot oil, 75c; No. l neatsfoot oil, 60c;
berrin? oil, 40c; salmon oil. SSc; boiled fish oil,
35c; paint oil. 35c.
Coal Oil, Gasoline, etc. — Water white. Iron
bbls or drums, 9^c: 150 .eg. oil. iron bbls: or
drums, lie; special do, HVic; pearl oil. in cases,
1614 c; astral. 16% c; star, ltt^c* extra star,
19i^c: Elaine. 26V6c; eocene, lOVI-c; red crown
and motor gasoline, in bulk iOc, in cases £ie;
engine distillate. In drums 7V4c. cases 7c more;
m; deg. gasoline. In bulk 30c. iv cases 37^c;
varnish makers' and painters' naphtha, iv bulk
lie, in cases lS^c.
Turpentine — S7c per gallon in cases and SOc
In bulk, drums and iron bbK
Rosin (per bbl of 280 pounds) — B, $7.'JO; F,
fS.SO; G. $8.45; 11, $8.55; t, $8.65.
Red and Wnile i-eau — Ueu, &i^@9e; white,
sH:&S5ic per lb.
REFINED SUGAR MARKET
The Western sugar refining company quotes aa
follows, terms net cash: Standard fine granu
lated, 5.65 c; standard coarse granulated, 5.65 c;
fruit granulated, 5.65 c; cut loaf, in barrels only,
7.05 c; 11. & E. crystal domlnos, 5 lb cartons in
cases, 8.65 c; do, in 2 lb cartons In cases, 9.15 c;
monarch bar, Gc; tablets, in half barrels, 6.15 c;
do in boxes, 6.40 c; cubes and A crushed. 5.90 c;
monarch powdered. 5.75 c; XSXX, powdered,
5.75 c; candy granulated, 5.75 c; confectioners' A.
5.65 c; confectioners' crystals, 5.75 c; extra fine
granulated, 5.45 c; magnolia A, 5.25 c; extra C.
;».15c; golden C, 5.0."> c; D, 4.95 c. Barrels and 50
Ih bags 10c, half barrels 25c, boxes 50c more
per luO lbs than for bags of 100 lbs net. Bar
In 35 and 40 lb tins $1.70 more, in 8 and 10 lb
tins $2.35 more per 100 lbs than price for this
grade In 100 lb bags.
The California and Hawaii sugar refining com
pany quotes as follows: Granulated basis, 5.65 c;
•Higrade" bar. 6c; powdered. 5.75 c; A crushed,
5.00 c; berry, 5.65 c; C. & H. extra fine dry granu
lated. 5.65 c; coar«e dry granulated, 5.65 c; con
fectioners' A, 5.65 c; confectioners' crystal. 5.75 c;
cube*. 5.»0c; bricks. 5.90 c; extra fine dry granu
lated (100 lb bags only), 5.45 c; excelsior A.
5.25 c; extra C, 5.15 c; golden C. 5.05 c; yellow D.
4.95 c; cut loaf. In barrels only, 7.65 c; H. & E.
crystal dominos, 5 lb cartons in cases, 8.65 c; do
2lb cartons in cases, 9.15 c. Additional per 100
lbs: In barrels and 50 lb bags, 10c more; half
barrels, 25c more; boxes, 50c more for all grades.
Bar in 35 and 40 lb tins. $1.70 more; in 10 lb
tins. $2.35 more. Minimum order, carload
welfbt.
Xew York Produce
NEW YORK, July 15.— Hops— Dull.
Hides — Easy.
Petroleum — Steady.
Wool— Quiet.
Sugar— Raw. steady; Muscovado. S9 test, 3.80 c;
centrifugal, $*» text. 4.30 c; molasses sugar, 80
test. a.55c: refined, quiet. _
Coffee — closed barely steady at a net decline of
2f%15 points. Sales. 11.000 bags; July, . 0.70 c;
August. G.75c; September and October. G.boc;
November find December. fi.9oc; January, 6.05 c;
February. 7c: March. 7.04 c: April, 7.05 c; May
«nd June. 7.07 c. Spot, steady; No. 7 Rio. SVjc;
No. 4 Santos, BUc; mild, steady; Cordova, 10®
~B*utter — Weaker. Creamery specials. [email protected]
23^ic: extras, lSi,;fiJ2S^c; thirds to firsts. 24%
&27 Vic\ state dairy common to finest, [email protected]»Ac.
Cheese — -Steady, unchanged.
Eggs — Firm, unhanged.
DRIED FRUITS
Evaporated Apples— Moderately active; steady.
Spot fancy, 10*4<§:U^e; choice. S%@9c; prime,
[email protected]; common to fair, o^.6^.
Prunes — Less active; barely steady. Quotations
range from 3c to 9V*c for Californias up to 30-40s
and 4 1^<g,9%c for Orcgons.
Apricots— Steady: diolce. 9%@10i,4c; .' extra
choice. lOi^fillc; fancy. lO»[email protected] '
Peaches— Quiet and firm; -choice. [email protected]%c;
extra choice. 7(S7^c: fancy. 7K^^Vic.
Raisins — Quiet and steady; loose muscatels,
3T£<£s*ic: choice to fancy seeded. 4%<d,G ! y i c;
seedless, 3%<&4Vic; London layers, [email protected]
Chicago Dairy Produce Market . .
CHICAGO, July 15.— Butter— Steady: creamer
ies 24<S2Sc: dairies, 2."[email protected]>c. Eggs — Steady; re
ceipts, 10.297 cases; at mark, cases included. 10
<&14<-; firsts. 35c; prime firsts. 17c. Cheese —
Steady; daisies, [email protected]: twins. [email protected];
Young Americas, 15V=fel6c; longhorns, [email protected]!ic
Los Angeles Produce Market
{Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES, July 13.— Eggs advanced an
other cent today, and the market generally was
firm, with weakness in sweet potatoes.
Eggs (per dozen) — Local ranch candled, 35c;
do case count, buying price, 31c; fresh eastern,
2»e; eastern 6torage packed extras, 22c.
Butter (per lb) — California creamery extras.
31«£c« do firsts, 30c; cooking butter, 26c; ladle
butter. 20c.
Cheese (per lb> — Northern fresh. 17c; anchor,
large, ISc: Oregon daisy. lSViQlfc: eastern
twins. ISHc; do daisy. [email protected]:19%c; do longhoru.
19020 c; do Cheddars. 20c; imported Swiss, 30c;
jack cheese, 25c; domestic Swiss. 23<§,20c; brick
cream. 20c; limburger. l»@20c: Roquefort, 38<§!
40c; Edam, $SO9; Canadian cream, per box. $1.
Beans (per ctl) — No. 1 pink, $7.55; Np. 1 lima.
$4.75; No. 1 Ladr Washington. $5; No. 1 small
white. $5; No. 1 blackeye, $0; No. 1 garvanzas,
$4.. r .O: No. 1 lentils. California. $7.
Potatoes — New npuds, lug box 60c, $1.50 per
sack: white rose, $1 per ctl; yellow sweets, [email protected]
per lb.
Produce receipts — Eggs, 155 cases; butter. 15.
375 pounds; cheesy 4,324 pounds; potatoes, 1,471
sacks; sweet potatoes, none.
3IISCELL.A.XEOUS MARKETS
• Cotton Market
NEW YORK, July 15. — There was increased
excitement in the cotton market today, with
every indication that the long talked of July
squeeze was at last on. owing to an 'even more
urgent demand from July and August: shorts.
Prices had a further sensational advance, with
July cotton selling at 16.43 c. or 50 points above
the closing i>oint of la6t night and fully $•"". a
bale above the price ruling before the covering
movement started on Wednesday.
Ajs was the case yesterday, do one seemed to
have any July for sale except tbo bull leaders,
and they seemed willing to nell only in small lots
on the advance which lias now carried July back
to practically the highest price of the veason.
August shorts seemed to be almost as much wor
ried *s those of July, and the price of that
month advanced to 15.12 c, or ,06c net higher, but
the new crop positions were comparatively quiet,
and. owing to Improved weather and crop ac
counts. «>ld off 3*g* points over the closing fig
ures of yesterday.
At the high price of thl* morning July cotton
sold nearly $15 iw bale above the low level
touched on the big break of last January, at
which time the hull leaders were supposed to
have inaugurated their present campaign.
After the advance to 16.44 c -for July the de
mand from aborts slackened and the- market
eased off slightly under scattered selling, but
closed firm at 16.34 c for July, with the general
list unchanged to 40 points above last night's
closing prices.
Hutton's wire says:
"Spinners' takings were 143.000 bales for the
week, a gainst 160.000 last year, making a de
crease In- visible supply of American of 111,000
bales, against 140.000 last year."
Spot ' cotton closed quiet. 40 points higher.
Middling uplands, 16.40 c; do gulf, 16.65 c. Sales,
5,300 baje*.'
NEW ORLEANS, July 15. — Spot cotton, firm.
Middling, 15c. '.*: f;'v
COTTON FUTURES •
ODtion— j. Open. High. Low. Close.
Julr •.. A..lS.nsc"- 16.44 c 15. 9.V I<>. 24c
\uzun 14.95 c "1.1.12 c 14.»4c 1.1. 08 c
September ... m.4(ic 13.48 c 13.43 c" J3.4«c
October ..... 12.75 C 12.80 c 12.74 c 12.78 c
November "...-. ...... 12.«3c
December ....... 12.5« c 12.«2c 12.56 c 12.60 c
January.. ..12.54c 12.00 c 12.54 c 12. r.7c
Fehma'rr ........ ....... 12.. 17 c
March 1 12.5.1 c 12. »W 12. 5.V 12.r,Rc
May 12.50 c. 12.59 c 12.59 c 12.61 c
KnmJcrn Livestock Market .
CHICAGO
CHICAC;n. July 13.— Cattle— Receipts, 2.000.
Market stronc. Beeves. [email protected]: Texas
ste«in«. $2. 7.1(ii 6. 55; western st«»rs. , $4.1.1®6.60;
irtockerp and feeders. f3.00fC3.75; cows and beif-
ers. [email protected]: calves, ?<5.7".^8.r>0.
Hogs — Receipts. 12.000. Market. steady to .V
up. Lleht. . $8.7509.10; mixed. [email protected];
heavy. $8.25(5,8.90: rougb, • $8.25^8.45: good to
choice heavy. $8.4."i(5:5.90;.p1gf, $3.50<g9.15; bulk
Of saW, f5.55^8.55. . . :.
Sheep— Receipts. 0,000. Market steady. Na
tive. $2.55<g.4.35; western. $2.50(^4.30; yearlings,
$4.40(5.5.15; lambP, native, ,s4.s<>@7; do west
ern, $4.50^7. '---:- -, ;
KANSAS CITY' : ~
KANSAS CITY. July 15.— Cattle — Receipts.
2.000. Market strong. Native steers. $3(9.8.25;
cows and heifers, $2.5007: stockers and feeders,
$3.2505. 75;, bu115. $3.2.>f3,4.50: calves., [email protected]; ,
west»«i steers, [email protected]; western ' cows, [email protected]
3.25. . -•.:.. -• ..,\u25a0-.-. \u25a0 \u25a0-..\u25a0:.;' r :5..:-: 5..:-. \u25a0::... -.-.-
Hoes— Receipts, "6.000. > Llsrht. weak ; •: Ueavy.
strong. Bulk of sales. $5.40(i|8. 73: heavy, $8.30
<58.45: packers* and butchers', $8.40<§.5.C5; light,
$S.6oSS.So;.pigs. $8.25^.8.75... \u25a0;\u25a0"\u25a0: -;, .
Sheep — Receipts. ,2,000. Market steady. \u25a0 Mut
tons. $3.50(54.50; lambs. $6£7: fed wethers and
Tearllngs, $3.7304.75; fed western ewes, "$3.50
(g;4.. • '•,;;.:.-
SOUTH OMAHA >:; :
SOUTH OMAHA. July , 15.— Cattle— Receipts,
Roo. ' Market strong. \u25a0 -Native ; eteers." -$4.75®5; |
cows and heifers.* $3<g 5.75; western eteers.'s3.so '
ranpe cmvs and' heifers, $2.75(3.3: 1. can- !
tiers. - $2.50(§.3.r>0: Etockcrs ;. and • feeders. >. [email protected] !
5.75: calve*. , S4<!£7;.. bnlls and : stags. \u25a0 $3®5.23. \u25a0 -
Hops— Receipts.' 5,200. , Market; s % 10c higher.
Heavy. $8.15918.45: mixed, $8.30(^8.40;: light.
!sß.4ofctß.«3;' pigs, [email protected]; bulk of , sales," $8.25
1 ,\u25a0'\u25a0-.•• :-\u25a0-\u25a0 "'-,: \u25a0: - --'>:-~ff:_-'- \u25a0\u25a0 : \u25a0\u25a0.v..V" J
• Sheep— Receipts; 1.100."- Market-steady.^ Year- |
Hngß, $4155; wethrrs. $3.2r.<i?4;>.ewes, '[email protected] 1
3.75; lambs, $6&6.90. ..-.;- j
Bonton \VooI:-Mnrkrt .'-.* :
BOSTON; July * I.'.*— The. Commercial . Rnllet in
of Boston will say tomorrow: "Lusiness is still
THE SAR^FRANGISCQ CALL, SATIJRI3AY^ quj^Y it> v I^iu.
dull' here, although some manufacturers are ex
amining v supplies and * making £ a ., few compara
tively insignificant purchases. The wools Involved
are fine to medium territory about 56e to 59c; fine
unwashed .Oliio lat 26c.' but some leading : houses
have rejected that price, v The firmness; shown at
the > London auctioas ; which I opened : Tuesday : is
responsible for increasing: Interest- In .Australian
stock, on this market -and -prices are tending
upward. .- "i, •.-\u25a0•>..' 'X'~ .%-•"; ;.,:\u25a0'* ; ' ; - -'."-.'
."•The - deadlock Vconttnues- in - the . middle west
and a, comparatively email ; part^ of.-' the clip has
been sold by the farmers. \u25a0i, * -' -~ : J/-' ' \u25a0 . . -
5 "Wools are accumulating; in New Mexico and
Texas with prices above' buyers' views."
St. Louis Wool Market
ST. LOUIS'. July- 15.— Market steady. Medium
grades, combing, and - clothing.: 22<&23^c; light
fine. [email protected];hcavy;fine,13^il4c;: tub. washed,
25%632^(". :-,. -,' - .;.'•\u25a0 "\u25a0 ..:'\u25a0; "\u25a0;
London Wool Market
, LONDON. July 15.— The offerings at tue wool
auction sales today amounted ; to -\u25a0 12,990 : bales.
The wool was in fine condition and .competition
was , keener at higher .. prices .; for : merinos and
crossbreds, while poorer sorts sold with a' better
spirit. A sale of Cape of • Good ; Hope and Natal
sheepskins \u25a0 was held here -today. . The offerings
amounted to 390.357,' of which 159,040;. were
sold. /The' skins generally were in poor ,coadl
tion and the demand' whs restricted. Prices de
clined }Jd to %d, except lambs, .which advanced
>4d to %d. : ' ' >
Xew York Metal 'Mnrfcet
NEW YORK. July 15.— Standard copper, firm.
Spot and July, 11.7fuft12.05c: August. 11.70i&12c;
September, ,11. 85(f|11.95c: October, 11.92% <<i l2c.
The London. market closed s steady. Spot.* £53 12s
6d : futures, f 34 * tis J 3d? Arrivals of copper ' re
ported at New. York. 440 tons; custom house.re
turns showed exports of 552 tons, : linking 10,342
so far this month.'- Imports at Atlantic ports by
steamer since July 1 have, been 4.C80 tons copper,
300 tons matte and 2,060 tons ores. Local deal
ers reported a firmer -market for spot copper.
J^ke. 12.02V>(Ji'12.87V-c: electrolytic,; [email protected]
12.50 c: casting, 12.12V- <g.12.25e.
Tin — Steady. Spot, 32.<»0<7i32.72Vic: July,
[email protected]; August. -\u25a0 32.50<532.(15c : Septeml>er,
32.45fj ..32.05c: October, :!2.5r>(g32.70c. London
market quiet. Spot. fI4S 15s; futures, £149
17s Cd.. ~
Lead — Firm. Spot, 4.45(54.35c New York and
4.30<54.35fc East St. Louis. London spot, £12
us 3d. \u25a0; \u25a0-. -. • ',:•; \u25a0•\u25a0-.- ;->\u25a0\u25a0 -
Spelter— Steady. 5.50(5 .5. GOc New York and
4.95<g.5.10c East St. Louis. London spot, £22
7s 6d. .. . ' - \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0' . \u25a0 -.'\u25a0 \u25a0•\u25a0 \u25a0 ;\u25a0- \u25a0"• . .-;
Iron — Cleveland warrants. 4Rs 9d- in London.
The local iron market was quiet. No. t foundry
northern, §16.50fti 16.75: No. 2, $16<ai«.25: No. 1
southern. $16.25^,10.75: No. 1 southern soft,
$16(^16.27. . .
Xnvnl Stores— Turpentine and Rostn
SAVANNAH. July 15.— Turpentine— Firm, [email protected]
65^0; sales, 512; receipts, 774; shipments, 245;
stock, B.Sfifi. v - V
Rosin — Firm; receipts. 2.(598; shipments. 1.234:
stocks, 59,564: sales. 2.773. Quote: B. [email protected]
5.35: D, $5.45rtJ3.47%: E. v $3.52%<35.55: '.. F.
$\u25a0"..02^; G. $5.fi5: 11. $5.67%: I. $5.70; X, $5.70
05.75; M. [email protected]; N, $3.70!g5.&5; WG,
$6.30j WW,,s«s.sO.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE
From I Steamer (Date
Hankow via San Pedro! Hazel Dollar ..-.-. (July 10
Portland & Astoria {Yosemlte* . . . ... July lli
Grays Harb0r. ......... Chehalls ..'.'.... July 16
Portland & Astoria.... Nome City July 10
China & Japan Asia ....... '...". July IK
, Seattle & Tacoma Buckman ...... July 10
Portland & Astoria.... Roanoke ....... July. 10
\u25a0 "an Pedro Watson July 16
<Toos Bay Nann Smith -..: July 17
Puget Sound Ports .il'resldvnt ...... July 17
Mendccluo & Pt. ArenaiSea Foam ..... July 17
Uumboldt .|F. A. Kllburn. . July IS
San Pi-dro jCentralla f\ July 18
San Pedro Santa Barbara . . July IS
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa .... July IS
Sal. Cruz via S. Diego. Xcbraskan ..... July 18
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos l*ay ...'.. July IS
San I'edro ..[Klamath ...::. .[July 19
Humboldt State of Chl.. . July 19
Portland & Astoria.... Beavtr ;....... July 19
San Pedro Rest- City ..... July 19
San Pedro Uaualei July 20
I'onolulu Lurline ...:....- July. 20
New York via Aucon.. Acapulco ...... July 20
Hllo Hilonian ....... July 20
Portland & Astoria Northland ..... July 21
San Pedro Roanoke July 21
Point Arena & Albion. Point) July 21
Puget Sound Ports..... Umatllla [July 22
Seattle & Tacoma.."... Ad. Sampson : .(July 22
San Diego & Way Portsi President .. . . . . July 22
Grays. Harbor (Norwood July 22
Kan P»dro JBuekman 'July 22
\u0084, -• TO SAIL- , *
. Destination | Steamer | Sails |Pier
July 16— '..•\u25a0• -. T" ..'-\u25a0 '\u25a0 -\u25a0
Los Angeles Ports..... Nome City.. 11 am 27
1 Los Angeles Ports..... Yosemlte : ... 1 pm 27
Los Angeles Ports Cbt'iiaiis .... J p ....
Humboldt, P. Kilburn.. 10 am 13
Humboldt State of Cal 3 pm 11
New York via Ancon.. San Jose,.'. . 12- in 30
Puget Sound Ports.. Governor ... '2 pm " 9 '
Seattle & Tacojua Chas.. Nelson 5 pm 08
Los Angeles Potts..... Uoanoke ... '5 pm l.'J'
Los ADgeles Ports Rose City. . . 9 am 40
July 17 — , _ V - _.
Point "Arena & Albion. Porao ...... Gpm 4.
. July"l&— ; ;\u25a0
Grays Harbor Ctntralla ... 5 pra 21
Grays Harbor ..;....: S. Barbara.'. 4 pm 51
.Seattle & Tacoma..... Watson ...:: 1 pm 10
San Diego & Way Ports President .. 4pm 9
Los Angeles , Ports Buckman ... 10 am 10
July 10 —
Astoria & Portland... . Shna- Yak .'. 5 pm 27
Coos Bay \u25a0 . ....-."... Nann Smith. .... .;.*\u25a0
Astoria & Portland.... Klamath ... 10 am 27-
I.os Angeles Ports..... J. Higgins.. 10 am 4
Japan & China. ....... Chiyo Maru. 1 pm .42
Puget Sound Ports City Puebla. 2pm 9
Liverpool & Way Ports. Am. Duperre 12 m 19
July 20— .
Astoria & Portland.... Rose; City... 11 am 36
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos Bay .. 4 pm 11
Mendoclno & Pt. Arena Sea Foam . . 4 pm . 4
July 21—
Los Angeles Ports Hanalei .... 3 pm 10
Los Angeles I'orts Leaver ..... 9 am 40
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa. 11 am 9
July 22— .
Astoria. & Portland...: Uoanoke ' :.. 1 pm 13
Astoria & -Portia m 1.... j. Poulsen.. 5 pm 19
Los Angeles Ports.. .. .| Norwood ... ..... ...'.
TO SAIL' FROM SEATTLE -;
Destination I Steamer | Date : !
Skegway & Way Ports. Quctn - July 17
Seldovla & Way Ports. Bertha July 20
Nome & St. Michael... Mackinaw . .... July 20
Nome & St. Michael... Senator ...July 22
Nome & St. Michael... Victoria ....... July 24
Skagway & Way Ports. Spokane ....*.. July 20
Sun, Moon and "Tide
United States coast aud geodetic . survey— Tlm«
and heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
.front (Mission street vrbarf ) add 25 mlnntes.
SATURDAY. JUIA* 1«!
Sim rises 4:59
Sun t-ets .7:32
Moon Rets ..... ...... '. .12:21 a. m.
Full moon ......July 22, at 12:2$ a. in.
I.ast quarter . mn0n. .... July 2!>, at. 1:23 a. 111.
Timel |Time| .|Tlmel ITimel
July 1 Ft 1 J Ft I 1 Ft I Vlt:
I, W|. fH-W| (L W| ..IHWI
18.. 1:30 1.4 8:20 3.3 12:28 2.8 T:O7 5.3
17.. 2:14 r.O.S 0:22 3.7 1:21 .3.1 7:40 5.4
18.. 2:54 0.3 10:19 3.8 2:12 .3.2 8:15 5.6
19.. 3:34 — 0.111:07 4.0 3:00 ' 8.3 8:57 5.7
20.. 4:12—0.5 11:40 4.2 3:46 3.4 0:38 5.7
21.. 4:30— 0.C 12:2S 4.S 4:3.* 3.3 10:20 " 5.8
22.. • 5:32— 0.0 1:01 4.5 5:22 '3.2 11:04-5.8
Time Ball
United States branch bydrographle office, Mer
chants' Exchange, San • Francisco, ' July
15, 1910. . ,:-
The' time " ball on the roof of the Fairmont
hotel was dropped' today exactly at noon, Pa
cltic standard time (120 th meridian), or at Bh.
00m. 00s. Greenwich" mean. time. •
• •-• . ; J. C. BURNETT,
Lieutenant, ' U. S. N.. in charge. .'
11. S. Branch If ydrographic Office .
A . branch of the . United States hydrographic
office, located In the Merchants' ) Exchange, Ila
maintained in San; Francisco for; the benefit of
mariners, without regard* to and free
of: expense. Navigators are. cordially Invited to
visit the office, where complete sets of charts
and sailing directions of tlife world are kept at
hand for comparison' and 'reference and \the
latest, information can ' always be obtained re
garding lights, , dangers to navigation -and mat
ters of interest to ocean commerce.-, \u25a0 t
' J. C BURNETT,
' Lieutenant. U. - . S." N., -in charge.
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
"Depth at mean low' water,; entrance to harbor.
-PLACE I Ft. I Date I Remarks r; >
t II - • ' 18' fee- at :mean'« low
Grays Har 17 jJune 10 water- in "channel "to
1 .... I . \u25a0-' \u25a0•- Aberdeen. -\u25a0-:\u25a0>,
Wlllapa Bl 27-.|May 30|:. .....: V..V... \u25a0./.;. .;/
Colnm. R.| 24 IMay 21|. . .V.. ... .. .*..: ... . .y.
Nehalm R|t'B |Feb. : 2 Bar buoy ' 200 yards N.*
• 1-' I ' ' • 1 channel* *"*\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0'
Tillmk B. ' 9 .Dec. 17 Channel shifted -1 mile
, I . |. - : south in gale Nov. 28.
„- • : - .-: > •-:"\u25a0\u25a0 Nunvbuoy"-No. \u25a0 0 - and
Vaquina B 12.' Apr. 19 { can ' buoy .N o.: 3 gone
\u25a0-...- - -- ••\u25a0\u25a0 " \u25a0:<-'\u25a0\u25a0 adrift. .-. -.. .vi.-^
Siuwlaw R| "- 4Hl June~ 3jChanael going. north. -\u25a0;- ~
Umpqua Rl 9 IMay SljWhistlng ;\u25a0". buoy . not
\u25a0\u25a0'-..-_ •**>.:-' I -^ -| »;-\u25a0'-:. \u25a0|c working well.-v-^: ;v". '•
\u25a0,\u25a0\u25a0-.»-\u25a0>-.-:\u25a0 \u25a0-:\u25a0\u25a0. : 12 feet at = low. tide, to
Coos ; Bay . 18 5, June 3 ; North 1 Bend ,12- feet
\u25a0"; '- . ;' at^owitldeto Marsh
\u25a0'•.".- -\u25a0'-' \u25a0--- \u25a0'.-'.-\u25a0 .--•\u25a0 .'field. V^.-v:^ :.-' -V;.r ; -;-
Coquille R| ' 8 | June iljChannel straight, : v^v*
Rogue R.|- 3 |Apr. 27|Channel shifting north.
Klamth Rl ; 6 ; IMay 15jChannel v shifting .-\u25a0.\u25a0• to
* ' \'[ \u25a0'\u25a0 1 ":-'\u25a0; \u25a0"-"-'-' I > southward. •.-\u25a0»:\u25a0\u25a0•-\u25a0-'-\u25a0">---
Hmbldt Bj "l 7 JJune . 2jShoal- 300 -feet ,WNW.'
\u25a0'•\u25a0--."-- \u25a0'•- " j i T- *I y :" I 'black "spar \u25a0 buoy. •:.\u25a0,:\u25a0:.\u25a0
a t'fdro B| 20" |May^ 31 [No. change in 3-
S Diego B[ 28V^|Ap'r. 5 l|Xo change ; in channelTl
S Pablo Bj 24 ; Dec. rllDepthan;dredge*-chan
' \u25a0-' \u25a0 '-'\u25a0:'\u25a0 8 I : \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0•' -:•". \u25a0 t -'-l-^nel.'",;.,V-,v ;••.-- .-:•;\u25a0.\u25a0:-'.«.- /,?,;
EXPLOSION :KILLSiTHREE-^Mena. ; Ark.^ : July
'\u25a0- "••\u25a0 15.— Three • men -I were \ killed 'and ! oeven ; injured
\u25a0 .Tv-hcii sawmill. \u25a0: 25 iufiles- southeast rof
\u25a0~ hen.*- was' completely.? 7 destroyed? in/ja -.boiler
explosion : at '.no-JUI today. /\u25a0;';; r ' :; /
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
URIU'S FLAGSHIP
IS COMING HERE
Japanese Naval Training Squad*
ron^Wiii Visit This Port in
a Few Weeks
NOTHER Japanese
naval train ing
squadron will leave
the island kingdom
next week' for this
port. There will
be two ships' in
the .squadron, "an
armored cruiser and
a protected cruiser,
and both of -them
were "in .the thick
of the fighting that
marked Japan's re
cent :&'c ra p with
•Russia. The hag
ship of the /squad
ron /will be the ar
mored cruiser Asa-
ma, which was Ad-
miral Uriu's; flag
ship at the battle of Chemulpo, where
the Asama battered the Russian cruiser
Variag into a heap of junk. The other
vessel i&' the scout cruiser Kasagi.
The Asama is a" vessel of 9,700 tons
displacement and carries two: 8 inch
guns; 14 6 inch and 12 12 pounders.
The cruiser has four torpedo tubes and
can hit up a 22. knot gait. The Asama
was built in England in. 1898.
The Kasagi is only 4,700 tons, but is
faster than the Asama and is also
equipped with two 8 inch guns. The
Ksagl also carries ten 4.7 inch guns'.
The squadron will visit this port and
San Diego. No plans have been made
for .Its future movements, but it is be
lieved that the ships will visit -Central
America before returning to Japan.
Both ship's are manned by Japanese
naval cadets. : \u25a0-''\u25a0.
Peterson Wins Whitehall Race
Charlie . Peterson; -"'the launchman,
proved yesterday that boatmen are bet
ter" than pugilists for the reason that
they can if the occasion demands "come
oack.'' Charlie was ?never a "champ"
like his big" brother. Henry, but could
hold his own along the beach in the
days before the gasoline launch dis
.placed the Whitehall boat.
Charlie has not only been out of
training for years, but spent nearly 40
months on the police force and ha&'.been
taking life almost as easy since he
surrendered his star and club.
When an Oakland -man towed two
Whitehall boats into the Folsom street
landing yesterday afternoon Charlie's
hands began to itch for a grasp on the
oars.--.; \u25a0 ::. ,\u25a0\u25a0/:,'. \u25a0- '\u25a0;\u25a0 ' : .\u25a0-\u25a0 . : - \u25a0 -
"You're too fat and lazy to row now."
said Henry Park, who learned oarsman
ship in one of Crowley's launches.
"I< may be, fatter than I used to be,
but there ain't a lazy bone in my body,
and I can row as well as ever I could,"
replied Peterson. *
The argument- ended in a race being
arranged.' • Peterson took one boat with
Harry "Johnson as his coxswain and
Park took the other with Harry Lewis
as coxswain at the tiller. Tho* course
was' half a mile with the tide. Peter
son won. by half a length. * Time, 18
minutes and 10 seconds. , ,
':\u25a0 Captain Anderson Makes Report
Captain Anderson, master .ol the
wrecked schooner Annie E. Smale, made
his official report yesterday of the dis
aster to the local Inspectors. -He places'
the blanje for the loss 1 of his ship on
the fog and a strong inshore set. which
carried the vessel on, the cliffs of Point
Reyes. ' ' ' . .-- ; . ' ' ; ';. *. " . : - :,..
Captain Anderson estimates the value
of the cargo at $60,000. .
.The only lives lost on the Smale were
those of the pig and the captain's
canary. The bird was forgotten in its
cage in the cabin and nobody thought
of openingthe pigpen and giving the
fat porker, a chance to swim for his
life.,.- .; - ' :. .. \u25a0 V ', • , -,, .. : - :
'Asia Is Due Early This Morning :
The Pacific Mail liner Asia, Captain
Harry^Gaukroger,.is due ! from""the far
east early 'this morning. According to
the: latest* wireless from the ship the!
hour of arrival will be about 6 o'clock!
a. m. : and the port officials, quarantine,
customs and immigration, will be <at
the -. barge- office . by that hour, ready
to put the *passengerK through all the
customarjr jumps. \u25a0 The Asia has on
board 84 cabin passengers and 100 in
the; steerage. The cargo of 3,300 tons
inclades 55 tons^of raw silk.
.All Bore Appropriate iVames
There 7 arrived at New York on the
fourth of July three big liners all bear
ing names singularly appropirate to the
anniversary-then' in course of celebra
tion. | They were the German steamer
George 'Washington from the
Austrian -steamer Martha "Washington
from Trieste and the Danish steamer
United States from Copenhagen: Each
of. the trio -bore a good , Indenendence
day. name, but they all carried foreign
flags. . - - ;
- " Water Front Notes /
Receipts of lumber yesterday- by sea
amounted to "l^SS.OOO^feet. r .
The Pacific Mall liner Acapulco* left
Mazatlan. Thursday, for, this port.
The Pacific Mail -liner Siberia, out
ward bound, arrived yesterday, at Yoko
hama. ; ,: . :-V J
The Oceanic steamship company's
liner Sierra -sailed: yesterday from
Honolulu for this port. ; , ' . : •
\u25a0•'•\u25a0The »liner. San Jose, Captain Thomp
son. clearedV yesterday and .iwlll. sail
today. for Panama and way ports. V
The arm>%transport I>ogan: sailed yes
terday 'from-Manila;for this port.
4 By : United Wireless \ '
;' v ... '\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0:':\u25a0:;'' Friday, July* 10.
BTEAMER ARGYLL— Left. ' Portland July.; 13."
3:45 p." m.. for Oleum; July 14, 8 p. m..-16
I milos 1 south f- of Point ' St." George : misty
• : weather; light northwest wind and sea; barom
eter.SO.OSi.temperature 50. •.. -~ , v
STEAMER iENTERPBISE— Hence July 1); 1 p.
m..for Hllo; July 14, 8 p.m., 1.234 miles from
% San Francisco; cloudy;' light northerly breeze,
\u25a0 swell and Roa;. arrive Hilo early Monday morn-
»."• ing. \u25a0 : : -\u25a0:-.\u25a0_/ ..
STEAMER CITY OF PTJEBLA— Left Seattle July
12,: 9 p..m.;- for San Francisco; July. 14. 8 p.
m.. .-45 -i miles « south 'of ? Cape > Blanco; hazy;
..' overcast .*, and . calm ;. "a small ' westerly, » . swell ;
? barometer: 29.oß; .temperature 65. • --, • ._ \ ,
STEAMER n ATI.AS^ ; -I-eft Richmond July lf>,'. 8 a.
-m.," with barge.3 in tow; c July -14, 6 ! p. m..
"\u25a0 passed '-North', head .clear ;-r moderate . northwest
wind aad sea; barometer 29.70; temperature 56.
STEAMERGOVEBNOR— En route San Diego to
-San Francisco; July 14.; 8 p.",m.; 79 miles south
tiwestTof Point Concepclon: fine.weather; barom-
S,'eter: 29.oo; temperature 61; , - . \u25a0
BTEAMER' SANTA : EoSA— Hence July 14." 1 1 a;
-! m., for, Sau ; Diego; "July,. 14, 8 r p;: m.. 21 ». mlleg
'"south of; Point Sur ;\u25a0; calm and smooth; all well.
STEAMER ;' ASUNCION— Left /Astoria \u25a0 July =- ; 14,*
-\u25a0? 4 :30 \u25a0a. - m. .' for •; Port "San •\u25a0 Luis ; July : 14. --. 8\u25a0 p:
ii mi. - off/: Cape ''Arago; ;; passed steamer G. "-W.
f Fenwlck. \u25a0-"\u25a0 with log^ raft "in r tow; - barometer
i 29.98 ;• .temperature, ;> dry " 61, ,<. wet * 58; light
- northwest windfall well; expect to arrive Port
J,vS4n, Luls,Satufday^B'p. m. : - \u25a0 \u0084
STEAMER T BO ANOKE-^Froni .Portland 'for San
• Francisco : t July/ 14, <\u25a0 S-p. '• m.. r passed ? steamer
v Geo." W. \u25a0 Fenwlck. - from , Portland ? for/ San Pc-
P dro.iwlth- log; raft" lnf tow,? off;Umpqua "rlter;
i £ light = northwest ; wind ; i moderate ; sea;
STEAMEB 1 vrfish POBTEB-^From"; Portland for
t San r Francisco: > July z 15,%" U?0 , a. > mr, i 8i 8 miles
9 south -of- Cape Blanco, passed steamer Geo.> W.
d Fenwlck, 4 with* log raft- In; tow ."from- Portland
';-'\u25a0\u25a0 for SanvPedro. : '\u25a0 ' \. ; -*" : ; '"\u25a0 \' r '-- '\u25a0
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
\u25a0 EUREKA; Julr ;15.; 15.— Carrying i: mail,
and ; cattle. fe the^ steam r : schoonerilaquardeparted
for i San*' Krancicco Stliis » morning.'*- .Its • lumber
cargo ,\vns -. loaded \at tArpßtal ;- p--; ' , :: :-v: -v -;\u25a0..
4/ Steamer ' Francis' 11. jLegjett departed "for; San
Pedro direct late this evening with lumber from
Samoa." , -' ;-'--\u25a0:. \u25a0\u25a0'/--.\u25a0.. '- .:'".\u25a0\u25a0 ' ." \u25a0 -:' .' ; -- .
-' Steam schooner Vanguard arrived \u25a0 from San
Francisco this - afternoon .with " freight and \u25a0 pas
sengers. It will load .lumber at; Fields landing
for the return.-' ••,'.." \u25a0
Steamer Ravalll crossed in V from San ; Fran
cisco 1 today and -: proceeded [to j Samoa, where
lumber is ."being loaded for the return trip. :
j I Following the Ravalli lin was I the j Aberdeen,
which will load lumber at Fields J landing for
the return trip. . . • :
Steam I schooner North Fork arrived from San
Francisco . late this , afternoon, and after . dis
charging » freight- proceeded :to i Arcata : for a
cargo of lumber.. \u25a0 ; r : \ . "^ v
The charter of the British bark Battle Abbey,
1.405- tons, is reported. It Is : to load lumber
at the, Little River lumber company's. -wharf for
England... -\u25a0 : :..'-.\u25a0 - -=:•' ;\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0,:-;.-'\u25a0- ' '- -. ;
;\u25a0. The barkentlne '! James i John«on , will'- arrive
herefrom San Francisco next Monday in tow. of
a tug and . will : load rough T clear - lumber at; bay
points for ' Australian port?. \u25a0 The James Johnson
has visited this port several tiroes.^ -
ABERDEEN, July 15.— Arrivals today include
the steamers g Fair £ Oaks, Daisy Freeman and
Norwood and the bark -Newsboy. *, \u25a0
' Steamers Capistrano and*rdmalpals sailed to
day, h ; '>'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 :>-y '.v. v - '-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:? -.'»./ ."-•>."' -^ \u25a0" - \u25a0'. v
1 1 Schooner Sailor \u25a0 Boy, recently ! purchased by . a
syndicate . after , four years of idleness, will . go
to Montesano to, load lumber. •\u25a0;••'\u25a0?•, ; \u25a0 .;: ""\u25a0 . >
' Schooners .Robert Ulnd, -W. J. Patterson and
Sophie Christenson are here without charter.
Schooner Gri W. Watson ;Is on the way from
Honolulu without charter, i '. ' " ' \u25a0.'\u25a0 V
Schooner A. B. \u25a0 Jackson has completed load-
Ing,", but will not go to sea until, the first; of
the week. \u25a0.•\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0- . . .- - ' ; , ,- -"
\u25a0:' Steamer M.S. "Dollar went to Hoqutam to
day to take on, the remainder of its Grays Har
bot order of lumber. . \u25a0 . -
Steamer G: Lindsay, the first large vessel to
make the venture, crossed the Kuskokwim river
bar safely and reached Bethel June 28. It'ear
rled a large number of Idltarod etampeders, who
will ascend \ the '» Kuskokwim '\u25a0\u25a0 in small steamers
and then cross the divide to the Yukon water
shed. The; Lindsay is owned- by an Aberdeen
B.vndicate, t who purchased it at Baltimore and
brought- it around the horn.-
PORTLAND, July : . 15.— The American bark
Pactolus is expected ; to finish lumber cargo at
the Inman* Poulsen mills next Tuesday. v The
cargo will \u25a0\u25a0 measure 1,500,000 feet and is des
tined for Capetown. .The vessel Is being \u25a0 dis
patched by Balfour, Guthrle & Co. >
Steamer Newport, Captain Parsons, sailed 'this
morning for Coos bay and the Coqullle s rlver.
It carried general freight.
The ; Falcou sailed tonight ; for San Francisco
to connect with the big liners of .the company
for Salina Cruz, the^ Pacific coast terinal of
the Tehauntepec- railroad. Its outward cargo Is
rather light this time, \u25a0 consisting of 50 tons of
wool; 100 tons of salmon for New York and
100 tons of mill stuff for San Francisco. .
The oriental liner Rygja, Captain Svendsen, !\u25a0
due to arrive here Monday from San Francisco.
Advance sheets show that it will bring a light
cargo this time, consisting principally of sul
phur. The Rygja, it is understood, will take out
a;large shipment. of flour.
ASTORIA, July .15.— The steamer Sue H. El
more arrived this morning from Tillamook . with
freight and passengers. ,
British ship Coulsdon, with lumber for China,
1 went' to sea this afternoon. \u25a0 : , -
Steamer Eureka, with 1 passengers and general
merchandise, sailed for Eureka this morning.
- Steam schooner Washington sailed this morn
ing for San Francisco .with lumber. ,It has been
laid up. at Portland for a couple of years. and Is
1 in charge of the officers who were in command
of "the steam schooner J. Marhoflfcrat the time
lt burned. ;
•TACOMA,- July 15.'— Arrived— Steamer Bertha,
from Alaska: schooner P." J. Abler, from Alaska.
Sailed — Steamer Tallac. for Everett.
SEATTLE, July 15.— Arrived— Steamer North
western, - from Belllngham; steamer Admiral
Sampson, from San Frantlsco; steamer Hyades,
from Tacoma; steamer Atlas, towing barge No.
a, from San Francisco: United States steamer
Aliatross, from San 'Francisco.
r Sailed— Steamer President, for San Francisco.
Army Transports
The Buford left Seattle June 29 for Alaska.
The Crook is at Manila.
The Dis is on Puget sound.
The Logan sailed July 15 from Manila.
The Sheridan Is in nort.
The Sherman is at Honolulu, disabled.
The Thomas ; Is in port.- . . " .
The Warren, is at Manila.
Weather Report
United States department of agriculture-
Weather bureau— San Francisco, July 15.
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
\u25a0 H H 'S - .: £ . X "3
° ..' ' '\u25a0 ; - ; -- ?; P- I % ? ? 1
STATIONS g S . s STATIONS S s:
. \,, B p » •-.. .-;•-_ 3 b »•:
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Blame 72. ...00 Red Bluff. . I 88 60 .00
Boise ..... 94.64 .00 Reno .. 86 54 .00
Eureka .. .. -58 52 .00 Rosebnrg . 76 56 .00
•Flagstaff .. 74 48.30 Sacramento S6 54.00
Fresno ..... 9S 60 .00 Salt Lake.. 86 66 .00
Helena 80,66.00 San Diego.. 72 62 .00
Honolulu.. >.. 70 .00 S. Francisco 6C 52 .00
Independ'e • 90 58 .00 San Jose... 74 52.00
Kalispel ... 84 ... .02 S. L. Obtspo 72 54 .00
Los Angeles 82 58 .00 SE. Farallon 56 32 .00
Marshfleld . 04 ... .00 Spokane ... 92 64 .00
Mndena' ... 84 56 .00 Summit ... 75 50 .00
Mt Tamalp's '74 44.00 Tacoma ... 76 56.00
North Head 58 54 .00 Tatoosb- ... 58 50 .00
Phoenix ... 98 .78 .00 Tonopah ... SO 58 .«O
Poeatello •.. 88 60 .00 Walla Walla 96 .64 .00
Pt Reyes Lt 60 49.00 Wlnne'ucca 00 '54 .00
Portland ... 70 sfi .00 Ynma ..... 100 76 .00
EASTERN STATIONS
Abilene ... 08 ,76 .00 Knosrille .. 86 70 .00
Atlantic Cy 82 70 .00 I^ouisville . . 90 72 .14
Boston .:.. 90 66 .00 Memphis'.. 88 72.00
Buffalo :.:. 7S «2 .00 Montgom'y 94 74 .00
Charleston . 02 78.00 Montreal .. 76 64.00
Chicago ...: 98 '70 .34 Moorhead . . 98 64 .00
Denver .... 96 ,60 .00 N. Orleans. 86 76 .00
Den-: Mo! ne*. 88 66 .00 New York.. 90 68.00
Dodge City. 94 70 .00 North Platte 96 54 .00
Duluth .... 80.64.00 Oklahoma . 98 72.00
Durango ... 88 52 .00 Pittsburg V. 84 64 .00
Eastport .. 64 52.02 Roswell ... 9S> 62 .00
(Jalvcston .. 86 80 .00 St.; Louis.. SO 72 .44
Green Bay.. 90 64 .00 St., Paul.... 04 68.00
Hatterasr ... 84 ;. ! . .00 Tampa .... 92 30 .00
Havre....: 92 72 .00 |Toledo ...:. 88 68 .00
Huron ..... 92.60.00 Washington 00 66.00
JacksotivUle 92 74 .00 Winnipeg .. ... 76 .00
Kansas City 84 74 .00 > ' -'-.-
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The weather hns been generally clear over the
Pacific; slop* and V eastward to the - Mississippi.
Cloudy weather is reportPd -throughout the Atlan
tic states, the Ohio valley and lake region. Rain
has fallen in Missouri,. Kentucky and Tennessee.
A ' moderate depression is passing northeastward
from Kansas and Missouri and will, cause unset
tled weather Saturday in the states to the east
ward. I.'1 .' ..' ' - \u25a0"; '";. ... : ;" - '- -'\u25a0 . V" '-. ' .'\u25a0 - '
c Thfi'most noticeable feature 'of the map. is the
excessively warm weather, prevailing in the Mis
souri i valley. The ; day ; was lone ; of 1 the .warmest
recorded | during; the " year. -/The' following maxi
mum temperatures | occurred: -.\u25a0 Chicago, \u25a0 08: '- Moor
head. OS; Oklahoma; 98 V Roswell. 98; WUllston,
nS:-AbtlPne, 98: Denver/ 96; North Platte, 96;
Dodge City.; 94. -"' ! -->,"-: \u25a0 -: •-- .\u25a0;_\u25a0\u25a0..
"In California the .temperatures are nearly, nor
mal. '• In : the: Sacramento valley there has been a
sll«ht';fall., and; also in the San Joaquin. , >
. There Jr 'less fog than usual" along -the coast.
The relative humidity at Red'Bluff, was 42 and at
Fres.no '47. per cent. " • • : . ' ' .
': Forecast for the -30 hours ending at midnight
Saturday," July. 10: '\u25a0-•\u25a0, ' ' -H*z&&
For San Francisco and vicinity— Fair Satnrday,
with fos: . lv the morning; : moderate ! west .winds.
\u25a0'For the:' Santa Clara .valley— Fair- Saturday;
silently warmer: 'light north winds. ; :- .-. r>v-*T
\u25a0\u25a0 For ,:tbe, Sacramento ? valley r— Fair Saturday;
mofleratc temperature: light south winds. j
- For r the a San Jnaquln \ valley — Fair "\u25a0 Saturday;
continued warm; light, west winds..- •< -.
For t California ' south "of the < Tehachapl— Fair
Saturday; light north wind." changing to south. •
• " f ••.-\u25a0 - . A. G. McADlE. v District Forecaster.'
NEWS OF. THE OCEAN
. > Tonnnge Enjcairement* •
-The British ' bark Battle Abbey has been
purchased by Hind, Rolph : & Co. for $10,000."
The' hark /will: load j lumber at Eureka for. the
United Kingdom on v account. .
>,The . British ' steamer; Cap« CFlnlsterre." at Re
dondo, was chartered prior \u25a0to arrival for lumber
from $; Pnget s sound to Adelaide ; at ; . 32s Od July
31 loadlng,* ; or atSls fld'Augtist 15:; \u25a0"• - ..
. The \ British i bark v , Almora, at •- Tacoma, - is : un-'
der charter for lumber from Puget. sound. to Syd
ney »J» J Rtt'SOs.'; and -.tne ~ British -steamer f Quito.'
which "-- arrived ' here '. from \u25a0- Moji \u25a0; on "Thursday; : Is
engaged - for the » same ; business i from > the * sound
to - Australia. ; The : Quito was \u25a0\u25a0 chartered prior to
arrlTal.".;, \u25a0-\u25a0> .-"-."?.- : "\u25a0 V\~ " ; .•;\u25a0' .>\u25a0'-•/\u25a0 ~:~ \u25a0;"\u25a0-\u25a0. • :
, : * Exportß for HHo. .
"The Kteamer.- Enterprise sailed for Hilo on the
9th xtrlth ? canto I valued •at - $133,229 and - includ
ing itbe : following:; :• . " . : "
- " 7.843 1 ctlsj Kbarley. C 2.502 > bales i hay. 12» ctls
wheat,** 25' bbls i flour. S3 ctlse corn. : 55.&44 - lbs
brip.- 36.482 lbs : middling*:"- 34.922 : lbs ; mill feed.
19.008 'lbs -beans. '% 1.200; lbs - garvanzas, 437^11*
peas, 1 : 518 •- pkgs « potatoes.* 136 'pkgs I onions, -; 823
lbs i garlic. v 331 - pkgs : fresh i fruits,- 4,000 lbs ; rice.*
496 . cs - canned ? goods. * 500 £ lbs i codfish."; 2.015 * lbs
dried s Hsh. 3,480 lbs candy. '\u25a0• 2,267* lbs and 4 pfcgs
dried I fruit, 1,225*1bs 1 and . 3 cs | raisins,'; 4,216 lbs
and *\u25a0 32 1 pkgs s meals, c 2.845 % ; lbs > butter. il,8OH ; lbs
and \u25a0 2 • cs ; cheese, : s.o6o lbs i and ft 75 ',: pkgs '\u25a0 bread.
. 1,505 r- lbs ? . sugar, ;. 20 j; dressed :! sheep. ? 8.650 -; lbs
lard. (4,625 Utm v hams s and | bacon.' ; B,2so 5 lbs • salt,
16 * cfi't 44 4 bbls ?and . 8 J kits 1 salmon, 7 , 5 : cs brandy,
15.081 f gals ! and 1 10 \u25a0rs s wine.^ 335 ! gals J and j 20 ; cs
whisky.™ 150 • gals ' attdJ 2 cs: gin. L 5 \u25a0cs liquors,-.7 50
Vs *;blastlnc '. powder. %21 -•* es "blasting { caps -and
fuse."«' 40 i drums ; distillate." 75 :cs ~ and '34 * rlnima
\u25a0 . -v'ir- . . • -'..\u25a0.-"".\u25a0'-'
gasollne^2B- bbls; and 23 cs oil. 65 pk;s palnt»,
100 pkgs^agon material. 2!>. pigs sewing ma
chines.: 2lJ;4's : cigarettes. 435 lbs tobacco. I.ICO
ft~hardw«»_d,-.-20 windows. 25 pkgs saddlery. 2<>
rolls leather. 31 cs boots and shoes. 73 pkgs dry
goods.' Opkgs- locomotive tires, 47 p_g* railroad
material, 2,735,050 lbs fertilizer, 25 mules.-
. . -•,-Cbanjre of Masters
< Steamer ; Duchess— Old master. E. F. Poole;
new I master, R. •VV. Woodward. - Steamer S_im
mer-7-G. A. Culbertsoa; new master, J. F.
Swan. ; Schooner Mary Frances Crua— Old master,
*A. T. Anderson: new master. A. F. Owen.
Schooner Dreadnaoght— Old master, H.. Bolt en;
new master. \u25a0W. Ringins.
Enrollment — William Bowden, R. Petersen.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
AURIVED \
"~ Thursday. 'July 14., '\u25a0
' Brstmr Quito. Younir, 35 days from Uanila,
Tla^Moji 2S days; 4,332 tons sugar to Balfour,
Gutbrle & Co.-
Friday. Jnly 15.
Stmr City of Puebla, Johnstoae. 54 Vi hours
from Victoria: passengers and merchandise to
Pacific Coast steamship company.
Stmr G.-(J. Llndauer, Anderson. 24 hours from
Eureka: 500.000 feet lumber to McKay & Co.
: Stmr Argyll. Dickson. 2 days from Astoria;
ballast to Union oil company: np rlrer direct.
\u25a0J Stmr Phoenix.- Halvorsen. 41) hours from San
Pedro: ballast to H. Templeman.
•S'tmr Mandalay. Lofstrom. 4S hours. from San
Pedro: ballast to Hobbs. Wall & Co.
'. Stmr Paeadeua, McGorern, 16 hours from Al
bion; 396,000 feet lumber to Albion lumber com
; pany."
Stmr F. A. Kllburn. McLellan. 20 hours from
Eureka; passengers and merchandise to C. P. Doe
& Co.
: Stmr Governor.- Jepsen. 40 ' hours from San
Diego, etc. ; passengers and merchandise to Pa
cific Coast /steamship' company.
- Stmr Itosecrans. Moore. 2 days from Astoria :
ballast to Associated transportation company; cp
rixer direct.
Stmr Coronado. Stangeland. I>s hours from San
Pedro; ballast to Pollard steamship company.
1 Stmr Joban Poulsen. Lancaster. 63 hours, from
Rainier; 700,000 feet lumber to Loop lumber com
pany.
Stmr National City. Michelsen. 14 hours from
Fort Bragg; 360,000 feet lumber to Union lumber
company. :.\u25a0
Stmr Redondo. Hansen. 38 hours from Coos
bay; bound for San Pedro; put In to land pas
sengers. • t . \u25a0 . - — -
Schr King Cyrus. Rosendabl. 18 days from
San Pedro; ballast to Geo. E. Billings.
Sehr Muriel. Hellingsen, 24 days from Honoipu:
6,794 bags sugar to Hind. Bolpli *\u25a0 Co.. 7.562
bags sugar to Williams Dimond & Co.
CLEARED
Friday. July 15.
Stmr San Jose, Thompson, Ancon; Pacific Mall
steamship company. \u25a0 . ;
Stmr Rose City, Mason. San Pedro; San Fran
cisco and Portland steamship company.-
Nor stmr Tttania, Kroger, Portland; Balfour,
Guthrle & Co.
Nor stmr Rygja. Sfendson, Portland; Pacific
Mail steamship company.
Stmr Governor. Jepsen, Seattle; Pacific Coast
steamship company.
. S'tmr Bear. N'opander, Portland; San Francisco
and Portland steamship company.
Stmr Hanalei. McFarland, San Pedro; Inde
pendent steamship company.
SAILED
Thursday. July 14.-
Stmr Albion, Nyman, Stewarts point.
Friday. July 15.
•Stmr Coronado, Stangelahd. Grays Harbor.
Stmr Newburg, Norberg. Grays Harbor.
Sehr Monterey, Kelly, Monterey, in tow tug
Navigator. .— ~ .
Stmr Rosecrans, Moore. "Portland.
Stmr South Coast, Ol«en, Caspar.- « *
Br stmr Manhattan. Johnston. Nanaimo.
. Stmr Wellesley, Lundqulst. Portland.
Stmr Maverick, McKeilar Jr., Seattle.
Stmr Hanalei. McFarland, San Pedro.
Stmr Santa Maria, Curtis, Port San Luis.
Stmr Point Arena. Jacobsen. Fishermans bay.
Stmr Redondo, nanseir, San Pedro.
Stmr Bear. Nopander. Portland.
Ger stmr Nicaria. Knoblauch. Victoria, B. C.
S'tmr Xevadan, Anderson. Honolulu.
• Stmr Geo. W. Elder, Jessen, Eureka, Astoria
and Portland.
Stmr Shasta. Hansen. Astoria.
Bark Gerard C. Tobey, McLeod, Columbia
river; in tow tug Dauntless.
Bktn Archer. Parker. Roche harbor.
Bktn Gardiner City. Lund, Puget sound.
I Scbr Spokane,' Semsen. Gamble.
TELEGRAPHIC
POINT LOBOS. July 15, 10 p. m.— Weather
foggy; wind NW; velocity 10 miles an hour.
DISASTER
YOKOHAMA, July Jo.— Stmr Mongolia, from
Hongkong for San Francisco, on leaving Shl
midzu. gulf of Yeddo, at 3 o'clock this morning,
stranded off Okitsu; must, be lightened before
floating; , same will probably take about three
days ; no damage has been done to hull or en
gines. - \u25a0\u25a0" - • «
SPOKEN
• Per stmr Phoenix — July 14, 11 p. m.. <Sff Point
Kur, passed stmr Brooklyn, from Union landing
for -San Pedro. . >
WEATHER REPORTS . ' - • v
POINT LOBOS. July 15. 9 a. m.— Foggy; wind
SW; velocity 10 miles an hour.
POINT REYES. July 15. 9 a. m.— Foggy; wind
N;. velocity 4 miles an honr.
JrvRALLONES. July 15. 9 a. m.— Cloudy; wind
W: - velocity 4 miles an hour.
TATOOSH, -July 15. 8 a. m.— Cloudy; wind
SW: velocity 8 miles an hour.
• FARALLONES. July 15. Ba. m.— Cloudy; wind
W: velocity 4 miles an hour.
1 POINT REYES. July 15. Ba. m.— Foggy; wind
N; velocity 4 miles an hour.
'. •-\u25a0' TATOOSH. July 15. 12 m.— Cloudy; wind SW;
velocity 6 mites an hour.
POINT REYES. July 15, 12 m.— Cloudy; wind
NW: velocity 2 miles an hour.
POINT LOBOS. July 15. 12 m.— Cloudy; wind
W; velocity 6 miles an hour.
POINT LOBOS. July 15, 3 p. m.— Clear; wind
NW; velocity 6 miles an hour.
- \u25a0 DOMESTIC PORTS
REDONDO BEACH— Arrived July 15— Stmr
Sart Pedro, from San Pedro; bktn Arago, from
San Pedro. : \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0
COOS BAY — Sailed July 15 — Stmr Breakwater,
for Portland and Astoria.
• TRINIDAD HEAD— Pissed July 15— U. S.
stmr - Marblehcad, , from \u25a0 Portland -for San Fran
cisco." .-- \u25a0:-..\u25a0.-..\u25a0 ; ~ ' ;\u25a0. . \ \u25a0
WESTPORT— Arrived July 15— Stmr Fair
Oaks.-hence July 11; stmr Daisy Freeman, hence
July 11:' stmr Norwood, henc* July 12. July 14—
Bktn Newsboy, hence July 2. •
Sailed July 14— Stmr Tamalpais, for San.
Francisco. j,
EUREKA— SaiIed July 15— Stmr laqua, for
San Francisco.; .
I Arrived July 15 — Stmr Vanguard, stmr Ravalli,
stmr Aberdeen^ stmr North Fork,' hence July 14.
SEWARD — Arrived July 15 — Stmr Portland,
from Juneau. -- . \u25a0/ • '•'\u25a0
Sailed July 15— Stmr Alameda. for Seattle.
SKAGWAY— Arrived July 14— Stmr Uumboldt.
from. Seattle, and sailed July 15 for Seattle. ' -
TACOMA— Arrived July 15— Stmr Tallac.. from
Everett.*. l^. •, •'.. \u25a0 ;•',: ."- - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 - \u25a0
' Sailed July 15-^-Stmr Hyades, Jap-'stmr Tacoma
Maru.Atr Seattle., ' . . - '
. Arrlffd July 15— Stair Bertha, from Seattle.
Sailed^uly 15— Stmr Tallac. for Everett; stmr
Jim." Butler, for San Pedro. - . \u25a0
SAN PEDRO-^Sailed July 15— Stmr Olsoo &
Mahony. for San Diego. -i^
CRESCENT ClTY— Arrived July 15— Stmr Del
Norte, hence July '13. ; \u25a0: - 1 ' . v*-. "
\ To sail July 16-^-Stmr Del Norte. for San Fran
cisco.- ; \u25a0; . -.\u25a0-..:.: .;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '*\u25a0 . -; .- s .. %.„ . ...
'Passed In July 15 —^^Schr Salem, from San Pedro
for Townsend. ' •
" WILMINGTON— Arrived July 15— Stmr San
'\u25a0 Gabriel." from Umpqua via San. Pedro; schr Oce
ania i" Vance. ;- from .. ; July 14— Schr
- Americana." from BlaVeley.
GAMBLE— Arrived July 15— Schr Snow & Bur
gess." hence -June 29; schr 11. \u25a0 D.' Bendixseo,
hence" July 2.
*\u25a0\u25a0 TATOOSH— Passed July. 15-^Stmr Atlas, with
barge 3 In tow,' hence July 10 for, Seattle; schr
Philippine, from Tacoma for San -Pedro; - stmr
Admiral Sampson, hence. July 12 for : Seattle;
barge -Washtougal. -'i- -.. \u0084 . . :
v ; Passed July»l5 — Stmr.Montara. from Nome for
Seattle;, stmr. Jim Butler, from Tacoma for San
Pedro: .stmr President, - from Seattle for • San
Francisco. .-^ O \u25a0• • - \u25a0' ' -\u25a0".•\u25a0 - - -
:\u25a0 PORT. SAN LUIS^-Arrived July 15— Stmr Col.
E.-L." Drake, from Gaviota. -
SEATTLE— Arrived - July • 15— Stmr -Admiral
Sampson, Whence July. 12; U. S. . stmr Albatross,
. hence July, 9. -• . -: - •' ~~ ,C ---- \u25a0
'\u25a0> SAN^DlEGO— Arrived July 15-^-Stmr Nebras
kan, \u25a0; from 1 Sallna (?raz for San Francisco.'
• Arrired July 15— -Stmr Lncy Neff, hence July
12; stmr Centra Ha, from San Peditx
SEATTLE— Arrived July: 15— Stmr Hy a de3,
from Tacnma. -.-• .-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 Jr»Rii**Pj^
I Sailed July 14— Stmr City of Seattle, for Skag
way. .' July 15— Stmr President, for Saa Fran-"
'clsco.'. . • -"-'\u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0\u25a0"' V .-•=\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0" \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 • ' -....- -\u25a0
. POINT LOBOS— Passed July 15-^-Stmr Thomas
L. -Wand,* from Grays Harbor for San Pedro.*;
« VALDEZt- Arrived : July 14— Stmr \u25a0 Dora, \u25a0 from
Seward.:r -"-- — \u25a0'-- -~" \u25a0- :. \u25a0 -v \u25a0 - \u25a0 \u25a0;.-'\u25a0•:
-vWKANGELL-^-Arrlved July 14— Stmr Dolphin,
from Ketcbikan. - j•; ' »-j. - •< \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 "
\u25a0\ TOWNSEND— Arrived • July 15— Schr Salvator.
hence- June 25; : schr •H; -D."-: Bendissen. hence
July 2.-,; 1 : "\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0----.\u25a0<• :"--•-.\u25a0.--.-'\u25a0 \u25a0*--;v.^--.'; v .^--.'
: SANTA' BARBARA-J-Arrived July 15^-Stmr
Santa Rosa, * hence July : 14, and . sailed for , Saa
Diego.'l . .\u25a0_\u25a0,\u25a0 ~ . \u25a0- \u25a0 '....-.
:•; ASTORIA-^Salled July 15— Stmr Washington,'
for San Francisco; stmr ; Eureka, for Eureka..,
Sailed July. 15— Stmr Hornet." for San Pedro.
- '.\u25a0- \u25a0':: ISLAND • PORTS^
: < HONOLULU— Arrived ' July 15— Stmr Sierra,
hence July 9. . - ' " \u25a0 ,- \u25a0
— - >x ~ FOREIGN * PORTS -.: ' ;
-\u2666VlCTOßlA— Sailed" July 13 — Nor stmr Tricolor,
for Alaska ;'Br stmr Marama.- for Sydney. .
ks PRINCE 5 RUPERT— Arrived July ; 15— Br •\u25a0 stmr
Bell of Scotland.' from € "'-daoyrC."B. ; .\u25a0
:-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 MONTEVIDEO— SaiIed j June 19— Br "' «tmr
Hughenden.'ifor. New-York!'- ".-'-•\u25a0\u25a0 •' *' '\u25a0- ' '
'j-j- I;AS PALM AS— Sailed July 13— Br stmr. * Grey
stock* Castle, i for .Honolulu land San Frandaro.*
j-l YOKOHAMAr^Arrlved > July 15— Stmr Siberia,
hence June 28 vial Honolulu/ ;. _*lfllJli*M.lJl
-:''CORONEL-^-ArrlvedJulyil4— Stmr Ljra, from
Now York; for San Francisco.
IU6TION SALES
Jjj&ix AT AUCTION
;E___i WEDNESDAY, JULY 20
100 head Horseshoe Bar. Brand Mares, weight
' from M.IOO to 1.400 pounds. The best boned
and best bred stock on the coast. Al*o 'M head
of 2. 3 and 4 year old Jlnlw, from \&0 to 1,200
pounds. \u25a0 _
I £ale will take pl-ce at Horan*» Sn!<» Yard,
1 10 th and Bryant sta.. at 11 a. m.. WEDNESDAY.
1 July 20k WESTICUN lIOKSI. MARKET.
E. STEWAUT &. CO.. Auctioneers.
sfe_ AUCTION SALE %&
Satnrday. June 16. Ha. m.; 4." head of - aU
parpc*e horse«, 52 aU ktnd-s . of, wasoc?. buggies
and carts, 27 sets of harness. 557 4th St..
Oakland.
SYDNEY— Arrived July I_— Br stmr Epsom,
from Tacoma via Victoria.
BREST— Sailed July 12— Fr bar. Marechal de
Castries, for Oregon. .
NEWCASTLE, N. S. W.— Salted July 11— Br
ship Kinroses-shlre, for S;»n Francisco. July. 14 —
Br ship Glenalvnn. for Oregon.
Sailed July S — Br stmr Indramayo,
for New York.
JIAZATLAN— SaiIed July 14— Stmr Acapnlco,
for San Francisco.
PL'EUTO MEXlCO— Sailed July 13— Stmr Mas
sachusetts, for Philadelphia.
VANCOUVER— Arrived July 14— Stmr Queen,
from Sltka, etc.
OCEAN STEAMERS
• GENOA— Arrived July 15— Stmr Princess Ires*,
from New York.
LAS PALM AS— Arrived July 15— Stmr Her
mouthls. from Nanaimo and San Francisco for
Hamburg.
NEW YORK— Arrived July 15— Stmr Friedrich
der Grosse, from Naples.
Arrived July 15 — Stmr La Tocrralne. from
Havre.
NAPLES — Arrived July 14 — Stmr Oceania, from
New York. July 15 — Stmr Cretlc. from. New
York. ' -
ROTTERDAM— Arrived July 15— Stmr ' Ryn
dam. from New York.
SOUTHAMPTON— SaiIed July 13— Stmr Kats
erln Augnste Victoria, for New York.
PLYMOUTH— Arrived July IS— Stmr President
Lincoln, from New York for Hamburg.
______
Memoranda
Per schr Muriel — Ha'J light east and northeast
winds entire passage.
Per stmr Phoenix — July 14, 10 a. m.. 12 miles
NW of Point Arguello. tug Bercnles. with lug
raft in tow, from Columbia river for San Fran
cisco.
LONDON. July 15.— Fr bark Meily. from Sun
derland I for San Francisco via Hobart, put Into
Sydney in distress. *n - -.
WILLIAM E. BARNARD
DIES WHILE AT SEA
Prominent Oaklander Passes
Away on the Mongolia
. OAKLAND, July 15. — Word was re
ceived here today by cable of the death
of "William E. Barnard, a former city
councilman and old resident of Oak
land, on the Pacific Mall steamship
Mongolia July 11. Barnard and his
daughter. MI3S Grace Barnard, left May
21 for a three months' tour of the
orient. They were on the way^ from
China "to Japan, homeward bound, when
the death occurred.
Barnard was born in Boston. Mass..
In 1834. He came to the Pacific coast
In 1860 as the president of the Willa
mette university of Salem. Ore., subse
questly .going to the University of
Washington. 11l health led Barnard to
go to southern California, where he
was in the lumber business. He came
to Oakland in 1878. Barnard was one
of the first members of the First Con
gregational church. He was active in
public affairs for years.
Barnard leaves three children — Wil
liam C. Barnard, a grain merchant of
San Francisco, living at Piedmont.
Miss Grace Barnard, principal of the
Oakland kindergarten training class,
and Mrs. A. L. Hobson of Ventura. The
body will be brought to Oakland for
interment. -f^c-
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
ENJOYING PROSPERITY
Membership and Funds of Or
ganization Are Increasing
ALAJIEDA. July 15. — The member
ship and finances of the chamber of
commerce are increasing steadily. ac
cording to a report, of Secretary Frank
Lyon. At a meeting of the organiza
tion last night the following were ad
mitted as members:
A. H.W. Koerber. Pacific refrigerat
ing company, Russell P. Baker, Italian
restaurant. Illuminated signs company,
S. A. Moss, Purity home bakery com
pany, D. M. Etter, George "W. "Wheeler
& Son, Tacoma beer^ company, Carlaor
& Walker.
The new 'directorate of the chamber
has paid off all of the old bills, and tho
organization is now free from debt.
. The chamber is arranging for an en
tertainment to be presented under the i
management of the organization about '
the middla of August. The committee
In charge consists of G. A. Leroux. E.
O.'Putzman, J. F. Miranda and G. M.
Leavitt.
ESTIMATE ASKED ON
f ] COST OF LITIGATION
City's Counsel Asked to Figure
Expense of Water Suits
OAKLAND, July 15.— Attorneys Wfl
liam R. Davis, R. M. Fitzgerald and
Carl M. Abbott, special counsel for the
city in the suits with the water com
pany over rates, were requested by the
auditing and finance committee of the
city council last ntgbt to submit to the
council next Monday evening an estl
mate-of the cost to the city of contin
uing the litigation during the year
1911. • - i':-i-^
The -report will include the fees and
expenses of two additional experts who
were requested by the attorneys as as
sistants to J. H. Dockweiler, consulting
engineer, in preparing data for evi
dence. • , «
The estimate of the expenses for next
year is desired that the city in making
up the tax levy may provide fund 3 for
continuing the suits. »
THIEF VISITS ELKS*
ALAMEDA CLUBHOUSE
ALAiIEDA. July 15. — The buffet in
Elks' club house was robbed last night.
Cash amounting to $37.50 and a box of
choice cigars were stolen. The theft
was discovered this morning by Bert
Toye, who reported. the matter to the
police. The detectives working on the
case. are of the opinion that the theft
\u25a0was committed by some person familiar
with the: club house. v
EF. HUTTON & CO.
190 California St. Tel. Doaslaa _i,S7
St. Fraa"ci_ Hotel. Tel. Doaslaa 305 C
Members of New York Stock Exchaag;
Pioneer Honae
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