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The San Francisco call. (San Francisco [Calif.]) 1895-1913, August 03, 1910, Image 15

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i-QI.V; An s months. [email protected]; northern, [email protected]
ISej Humlx.lrtt and Mendocinn, [email protected] per lb.
Hops— <"^ifornla. lA&ISC for crop of 1903;
Oroj-rtnt, lO^iSc ik.t lb; crop of 1010. 12»4&13c
per lb. ~» • .\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0
General Mrrrhandi*e
Bags— Grain bags. s*><fis%e. June-July deliv
ery; Safl bags. 514 c; wool haps. 27Vic
for 3Vj 1b and 29'i,c for 4 1b; fleece twine, 7V=c
per lb. .
_.c?. c ?' I—^nn^lvanla1 —^nn^lvanla anthracite eps, $I<s per t<ln;
*\enlncinn. $9: Npw Wellington.- $»; Coos bay.
*•: Australian house — Richmond, etc.. $fl; Pelaw
M»lu. $O: .Stanford Richmond. $9; Cumberland,
*15 In Wulk and ?16.5ft In wicks; Welsh anthra
ea*>- 515; coke, $1G per ton in bulk and $17 In
Oil. .(quotations nre for barrels)— Unseed, $1.05
per gallon f« r boiled and $1.03 for raw; cases.
••<• more; castor oil In cases, No. 1, 7lc: Baker's
I,; " l .- 1"@l-t!»;1 "@l-t!»; China nnt. rases. 60«70c per
0000811131 °"- »n barrels. [email protected]>4c for
A^.X;_,2-Vi<a7oc for No. 1 and 70®73»4e for No.
\u0084 «<cording to quantity; extra bleached winter
"ptT-m oil. 80c: natural winter sperm oil. 80c;
natural j«i,tle oil. 55c: extra winter strained lard
"JJ. $1; pure neatsfoot oil. 75c; No. 1 neatsroot
•j.l.' ciOc:.herrinjr oil. 40c: saluiou oil, 35c; boiled
fish^oil, S.V; paint oil, Ssc.
< <^8l Oil; (iawniine. etc. — Water white. Iron
!.arrels or- drums, ax^c: 150 degree oil, iron bar
rels <rr drumti. lie; special do, llV>c: pearl oil.
la ib-«,c: astral, 16'-ic: star, 18*^c; estra
\u25bat«r. 19i^c;. Elaine; 2GM.c: eocene, IS^c; red
'Town and iuo»f»r jrasoline* in hulk, l'ic, in cases
-?<•; encii)f> distlllHte. In drums 7Ue. case* 7c
nw>r«»; R(j lirprrp trssoline. •in bulk 30c, In cases
.;. .-jc: mrnhih mnkert;' and paiuters' uapbtba, in
I'ti-'jc 1 4c. in cusps 21»4c.
"I Rrpontine— Osc per gallon iv cases and SSc in
"],•• <lrflm » i »»'d iron barrels.
. vß"*ln 'ixr bbl of 2SO lhs>— E. $S.rW; F, $$.35;
<«• .$8.90; jr. s;k..v»: I. $8.70.
• •"Il»vt. and- White I>-ad — Red, S*-'.fir9c: white
s*»stS^cs *»stS^c per lb.
, -A'anm-d^Tniils— Tlie market continues firm,
•with «n -active- tlrmand. mid apricots and Mack
»-herrieriare liisrhor. The California canucrs' as-
qutttes 1910 pack as follows:
\u25a0 ' '. " • I V. . ig W "2. I
'.•••.:"".- '. . • i,e ,0 ,c| B p|
'\u25a0I ;., n . t .'. rv !2t: Its "m;»b
•••>:.•.•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. - If |; ill
Apple*/.'. J2.00 1.(5011. 4011.23
Apricots - •. 12.2J, i.(W>!1.30'1.20
&T"? \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0-\u25a0 i 2.75 1.WJ1.50 1.25
.Sliced v !2.75i1. 85*1.50
blackberries ...• ll. 70 1.50 ....
Cherries — • - | I j
• Uoj-al Anoe ; i2.00i1.73 1 .35
White : i <2.00f1.7R|1.35
t.rfcj^R r..;... — ; 2.00;i.40;i.i0 1.00
JV*,:he«— • . • • f I 1 I
- Yellow free..., 1 2 .,30 1.7011.30' 1.20
Lemon olinjr.. ..' 2.30'1.70!1.30|1.20
I^»mon .clinjr sliced 2.30:1. 7011. 3011.20
• White Hf-at.h..-. 12.30 1.70;i.30'l. 20
\u25a0 White Hes'th sliced.. '. j2.30i1.70:i.3011.20
I'etrs. BartlC.t:..; • i2.<X» 2.1H>j1.50:1.55
Hasjii^rr;,.^ !2.35;2.30'2.03
S-Traw^prfif? ..'. . -\u25a0 |. ...12.55j2.30i2.C5
'".•mned 1 A-ispamsus— The California packers' as
.«oci»tlo!i qnotes prices frvr the 3910 pack as fol
•'.•'•>•**;:. tireen. .peeled. No. 2 u j. $3; preen. No.
'<f r .s: 52.25': 'j:'"« > ''Ti. No. 2'«. $2.1-">: tccdiutn white.
,i"ft. ?2.."£\; preeii. No. $2.«>5: small
.white.. No.. 21-;2 1 -; $2.25; grees. No. 24. $2; white
tijjK. modfom..- No. 1. 12.43; sie»!l. No. 1. $2.30:
£rp<sn Hjw. medium. No. 1, ?2; small. No. I.
*J.*>s; soup tips.- rrjund can. No. 3, $1.40; soup
\u25a0.tifns. round <-su; N<>. k. t5.25.
' : <?»Bnr-d p^as-' The California packers' aKsocia-
H<WJ qiii'tes .the following pri« - fs for canned
:r^«s..pc"ck «f 19|)0: Petit twis. $1.60: extra fine
;r*irt*d.-'*l.*3s{ extra sifted, $1.10; sifted. $1;
. . standnrd. R\c. .
•" " tinned- Tomatoes,- ITMO park— Standard, No.
2?j:--7,V5..N0; 3. KJOe; No. 8. $2.10.
»' '^.-Trdwre— NTanfla. Sc; sissl. 7*^c; sisal bale
'r>''pe',f.'f 4'(ss4 '(5si $ <-.per lb: Manila bale rope, Sc per
••• rt>/".*iet'« ; ash,- no discount. '
• '\u25a0 .! i .»tt— BaJcs. oi.iiinion. $1.50: pranulated. $2:
'.' o*Vt. .crtmmon; $1rt..".0 fnr r/>s and $13.50 for
fc . JrrJifiurat**!: Imlf eround. per. ton. $7..VM58 for
riOOs:-'roek fcnit, $7M7.50r imltatiou Liverpool,
»i2:sa pir ton.
• 'C.o%n>— Co«ia Ulca. 7 l^,<aiio; Salvador. 7Q
\u25a0 £I.';':- XbcmrmtCß*, t»H<3l2c: Guatemala-Mexican,
.\u25a0~)±-(d-I?.t>: Hawntian. f>«l4«-ic: E«-uadc»r, flc.
• <Jfii<-ksilvcr-- siA(qiZ per flatk for export and
\u25a0 Tf : **r<ii 47.50. for local u«e.
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . PaM'fif- C^iflsh— Tlie lnt«n fish company quotos
• fr-fiUlowsr Bundles, sm*U. wholo. BO 1b bxles. |
• .4"-.«.':. case-*, repular. large, whole. 100 lb boxes.
?V..*ai; .cases, extra. 100 lb boxes. $0; cases, east- !
• .f r P !. s '. v l°. $*«.7. r .; Anchor brand, 7c; narrow!
*»..«£<-. 7*i.f. Silver KiTiir. Sc: Golden State. 7>-ic;
-While S*al. middles, 10<gl04c: Seabrlßht blocks,
.7*»<-; : orient a I -blocks. 7*-ic; Cnnrn brand, tab
. •"\u25a0>'•<?. .S»»c; -I'earl tablets. SVic; 5 lb l«>xes fancy
. rjnn^ifps. Joe: 2 lb boxe« fancy bonoless. lie;
- >.*K" l>Ms pickled cod. $5.50 each.
- ":-.Tlif Alaska codash company quotes as follows: ]
r;-indlT<s. ..small whole, 4*ic; cases, regular, larjje,
. JvholcV <i\4<-:- extra, 6«io; cases, eastern
• .*'£>•':\u25a0 -7c;. Fripafe. 7isc; narrow Parapon, &c; !
: "\u25a0 ?.J<ni«rch, *=,c; Western Pride. 8c: Imperial. 11
j^zif^i-; Ocean Wave. S^c: Sil>eria. he. Star, j
\u25a0 2 ;U) tablets. *(«;<>: Pacific Belle. 1 lb tablets, |
' :^i -t^oic* Bits, crates. 12 5 lb boxes. 10c; do
\u25a0\u25a0T-.fr t Jh- boxes, lie; pickled cod, half bbls, $5.50
' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"• \u25a0\u25a0''' \u25a0 ; BKFINEI> SUGAtt MARKET
• .Tlio Western suyar refining company quotes as
;follow*-'.; follow*-'. Terms net cash: Standard fine frranu-
I».te<l^ 5.65 c; standard coarse pranulated, 5.C5c;
-.fruit KmnuJated. 5.«5c: cut loaf. In barrels only,
|V? J S? c S-**xJ' X- crystal dominns. 6 lb cartons in
'.- Clfnb; B-Cfcj dt; in 2 lb cartons In cases. 0.15 c;
ci.ioarPQ-.iiar. <sc; tablets, in half barrels. «>.lsc;
uffV-te'thoxta, <;.4O?: cubes and A crushed. 5.90 c;
. \u25a0 tTKTr.avU pfiwdere.t. 5.75 c; XX XX powdered,
.~..-r- randy pranulated. 5.75 c; confectioners' A,
. !t*sf.: conf^cttonere' crystals. 5.75e; extra fine
•jrraruiTirtM. "5i45c: magnolia A. 5.25 c; extra C.
T>.M<'-: -polrle'n ('. s.f>.V; D. 4.85 c. Barrels and B0
1b b:-4:s iQc. iirAt barrels 25c. boxes 50c more
Mr .loo lbs than for baps of 100 lbs net. Bar
'. 1n;.35 anjj 40 lb tins $1.70 more, in B and 10 lb
•;-tinv' fi.ii more p<t.lOO lbs than price for this
(cr»de'-.in I<*» JIT V>aps.
. 3'lnsr'.«.'alif«rnia' ami Hawaii supar refining rom
jnfiy ijim-.-.s as follows: <TranulatHd basis. O.G5c;
••Hicni4>'". bar. Be; powdered. K.75c; A crushed.
Jf>:»V;- berry. 5.«>. V; C. &. H. extra fine dry granu
"T l»"t^d.- 5.»V>:-'«'<<srs<« dry pranulated, 5.65 c: con
\u25a0/erftj/jtter»*-Av -'•.\u25a0••"•c: confectioners' crystal, 5.75 c;
*'~*<iil»»'«,. r>:»0c:. brirks, s.9rtc; extra fin» dry pranu
• late»l «JOO lb' liags onlyi. 5.45 c; excelsior A,
.6.2^.4 extra. C.- 5.15c; golden C. 5.05 c; yellow I>
: \u25a0 4.U5>-;" cnjE-l.oaf. in barrelf; only. 7.H5c;*H. & E!
.\u25a0J'.ryt^aV domin.>?. 5 Jb <-artons, in cases. 8.0.V; do
••' 2'ib cartons In rasrs. ».15c. Additional per l(>0
\u25a0—tb*;: Jn han^lif and Trf» lb baps, 10c more; half
toiJTelC, "23c more; hoxes. 50c more for all grades.
\u25a0B/ar," in. S3 snd 40 lb tins. $1.70 more; In 10 lb
\u25a0-tin*?. -$2.05 more.- Minimum order, carload
• wejgtit..- • • .-• .
'•'\u25a0•• •••\u25a0.' • ' Xew "York" Prodnee
• ..SEW-Y-rtRK. Ay%. 2.— Hops — Quiet.
• «ldes— <Jul^t;
;.~; .~ Petroleum— Steady:
**. . pol~ — Quiet.
• "Sijcar-- Raw. f-teady. Muscovado. S3 test. 3.56 c;
".eeptrifusal; W test. 4.3»>c: molasses sugar, S9
..-rfift." 3.01 c. Ileflned, steady.
f| .*. C"T*ee — Futures cloned steady at 1 point higher
•to '.*»; points' lower. Sales. 25.500 bags. August,
-. fi^ffc; September, 7c': October. 7.05 c: November,
7. 1/»c;\- December. \u25a0 7.20 c; January. 7.25 c; Febru
.ai*;: 7.2%>! March. 7.30 c; April. 7.33 c: May.
T.3_oet.Jone. 7.3Gc; July, 7.OSc. Spot, quiet; Rio
No, .-7, h%-r: Santos No. 4, 9%c. Mild, steady;
C'PFdova. lOC^lO'^c. .
(•ißntter— ;Flrm; prices unchanged.
. cijreiw"—^Firm. State, whole " milk, average
prime.' l4c; common, 9^[email protected]^c. -"• i '
• iis> — Irrpgular.
I)RIEf> FRUITS
Erapt^rJ't'rd Apples— Finn." but quiet. On the
"fWt fancjr. lOlg^ll'^c; choice. B>^<g.9c; prime.
~**' / <i l V". common to fair. <sCa7c
-iVuhef — Qaiet : firm on light stocks brre and
rc;>orts of 'a small crop. " Quotations range from
• 3c 'to' 9*i<- for Californias up to 30-40 i«, and
4»,r.t0 J>Vi<" for Oregons.
•..Aprk-ots-^Quiet. steady. Choice. J^eafJOiic;
extra .choice. JOViftillc; fancy. 10*i<&12Ue.'
.Peaches — Dull, unchanged. Choice. 6V4«£6»ic;
I'riti-a rboic*". 16i,~Kf. fancy. 7V««37V4c
\u25a0•'. •\u25a0Raisins' — Quiet, firm. Loose mnscatels. 3% 6£
• r>%(C-;' choice tn fancy seeded. 4*iCti*;c: seed
lesg;- 3*ife4»*c; London layers. $1.20(g1.25.
• ! ..'.Chlcupo Dairy Produce Market
. :-.\: -.\ CHICAGO. August 2.— Butter— Firm; cheam
-. *rtwfe; 23^027%c; dairies. 23f326c. Eggs—Re
• • reiptß. 13.240 cases; steady; at mark, cases In
,-*l'uded.'lOfttHe; firsts. 15c; prime firsts. 17c
CUeese^Steady: daisies. 15^015^; twins. 14
•* :r<ilse;.: r<ilse;. Young- Atnerlcas, lS'ifelS'Ac; long horns,
. .-.^C' . ______
i..;^\ : • Lou Anpclr* Produce Market
. fSp«iii PUpaich to The Call]
. 5 '.LOS ANGELES. Ang. 2. — Butter was firm to
"Vjiy"'on -the prodnee exchange, creamery extra
\u25a0'•dvaucing to*'32Hc a pound. Potatoes were
quiet. • CHeese and were steady.
''.Receipts of produce: Exgs. 226 case*; butter,
:4»0.'229. pounds; cheese, 146 pounds; potatoes,
-47 " sacks.
\u25a0 "- Bqtter — Creamerr extra. 32»4° a pound; first,
IRor'-a' ponnd; ladle butter, 28c; cooking but
tw. 26c.
• "Eggs (per dozen)—- Local ranch candled, 33c: do
«^ase count, buying price 29c; eastern fresh. 27c;
Eastern storage extras. 25c
• Cheese — Northern fresh, 16%@17c: large an
chor, lPc;. Oregon daisy. ISU.c; singles, ls*,4c;
twins. lS^lS'ic; daisies, l*%@l9c; longhorns,
\u25a0'"l < ?©lfl%<*; Cheddars. 20c; domestic swiss, 220
isc; cream *rick," 20c.
."Beans— No. l'pink. $7.25; No. 1 lima. $4.75;
. Ho.' 1 • I-ady" Washington. $4.50: No. 1 small
trh'lte * $4.50; No. lblackeye. $5; No. 1 gar
.ttnus. $r.V); No. 1 California lentils, $C; len
. -till*. German, $6. .
V -.Potatoes— Highlands. ctL $1.5001.60; new,
• $1.3i»"€j1.50f yellow sweet, pound, 4c.
. " ' EdMcrn Livestock: Market
> •*" CHICAGO
CHICAGO. A'ngust 2. — Cattle — Receipts eMl
• mated at 0.000; market slow and steady; beeves,
(4 [email protected]: Texas steers, $3.50^5.50; western
etfcera, $4"^8.50: etockers and feeder*. $4«J«.15;
cows "And heifers, $2.50^6.25: calves. $3.50(1
j; 75 " Hogs — Receipts estimated at 13.O00: -m«r-
5c higher; light, f8.20g5.75; mixed. $7,804$
f> 40- heavy. J7.45&5.20: rough, $7.45617.70:
good' to choice heavy, *[email protected]; pigs. [email protected]
fi 75' bulk of sales. $7.90«J5.15. Sheep—Re
ceipts estimated at IS.O00;- market Bteady; na
tive [email protected]*M>; western, $2.70»g4.50: year
llnei $4.50<§8.75; lambs, native, [email protected]; west
ern, $4.5037.10. - * . .. ' . . .'
KANSAS CITY
KA.NSAS CITY, August 2. — Cattle— Receipts.
•» 000 'Market strong to 10c higher. : Native
efeer*. [email protected]; cows and heifers. $2.25^
6 50: Ktockers and feeders. $2.75©5.25; bulls,
$303.K>- calves. f3. 75ffl 7.75; \u25a0 western steers,
S4 25<&6.75: western cows, J2.50fi4.50.
\ Hogi — Receipts. 1 1.000. \u25a0 Market .V higher.
Bulk <>* Mies. $7.80^.^.25: heavy. [email protected]:
packers and butchers, [email protected]; light, $5.20
— ®Kneep— Receipt*. 5.000. Market'etcadyv- Mut
tons, $3.75^4.20; U_b«, $6.25»37; fed wethers
and yearlings, $3.50fg;5; fed western . ewes, $ 3
®i. '\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-"-:.\u25a0
SOUTH OMAHA
SOUTH OMAHA. August 2.— Cattle— Receipts.
1,800. Market strong. Native steers,; [email protected]
7.75; cows and heifers, [email protected]; western steers,
[email protected]; range cows and heifers, $2.75<g:4.75; '
canners. $2.50(3'3.25; stookers and feeders, [email protected]
5.C5; calves, $4tg7; hulls, 6t»gs, etc., $3<tfs.
Hops— Receipts. 0.500. Market steady to
Stronger. Heavy. $7.20<&7.75: mixed, $7.40(3!
7.70: ligiit. [email protected]; pigß. $«.755£7.50; bulk
jof saW, $7.35#i7.N0. \u25a0•\u25a0 ; ' **
Sbcep — Receipts. 0,700. Market steady.
Yearling*. [email protected]; wether*. $3.G0<&4.40;
ewes. $2.73&3.fc0; lambs, $0.25(37.25.
.MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS
Cotton Market
NEW YORK. Ang. 2.— Hutton's wire cays:
"Tht- government report today, showing a condi
tion of 75.5, indicates a <>rop of not exceeding
11,750.000 bales, against the most sanguine bulls'
expectation for a crop of around 12,500,000 at
the end of the planting season, as compared wieh
the predictions of the bearish element- for a
crop of 14.500.000 to l. r i.000,000 at that time.
This condition report will compare with 50.7
last month, 71.9 last year and a 10 year average"
of 7ft.4. Two years ago it was S3 and the crop
was nearly 14,000,000. -The importance of to
day's report is In the extent of the decline in
j condition as compared with the previous report;
in other words, as showing the rapidity with
which the crop Is deteriorating.
•"The August condition reported today of 75.5
is the lowest, with three exceptions, in 20
years.
"Advices from 1.825 special correspondents of
the Journal of Commerce and Commercial Bul
letin of average date, of July 25 make percent
age-condition 74.9, against SI.S a month ago, a
decline of 6.9 per cent. This compares with 73.1
per cent in 1909. According to reports to this
paper, the 10 year average Is 78.8 per cent.**'.
Spot cotton closed quiet. 10 ' points higher.
Middling uplands, 15.30 c; do gulf, 15.G5c. Sales,
none.
COTTON FUTURES
Oprion — . Open. High." Low. Close.
January 13.58 c 13.63 c 13.40 c 13.44 c
Kebrtiarv ...'... 13.45 c
March 13.64 c 13-fiSs 1.V45c 13.51 c
May 13.ft.-U: 13.70 c 13.4f»c 13.52 c
August 15.2.Xe 15-SSc 15.25 c 15.26 c
September 14.21 c 14.25 c 14.<Jrtc 14.12 c
October 13.75e 13.80 c 13. 58 c 13.»>>
November 13. 04 c 13.73 c 13. Me 13.53 c
December 1.0. <We 13.70 c 13. AT* 13.52 c
GOVERNMENT CROP REPORT
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2.— The average condi
tion of the cotton crop on July 25 was 75.5 per
cent of a normal, according to a bulletin of the
crop reporting board of the department of agri
culture Issued at noon today.
The average condition was 50.7 on June 25.
71.ft on July 25 last year, 83 in IWOS, 75 in 1907
and 79.4, the 10 year average.
While the average condition of the cotton crop
fell below the averaee for June, which was fc<».2.
the decrease did not surprise .experts. Heavy
rains cist of the Mississippi during Ju!y~were
known to be detrimental to the crop.
The report shows the condition of the crop in
California (Imperial valley) to be f>R.
Cotton condition by states: Virginia SO, North
Carolina 71. South Carolina 70. Georgia^7o,
Florida 70. Alabama 71. Mississippi 71. LoulsNjja
C 9. California fIS. Texas 82. Arkansas 73, Mis
souri 72, Oklahoma 82, Tennessee 70.
Do*>ton Wool Market
BOSTON. Aug. 2. — Improvement in the light
weight goods trade has been reflected in the lo
cal wool market and an active .demand for nearly
all lines has developed. Volues have risen for
the first time in months, although as yet the
volume of business is not large. Growers are
still holding for high prices in the west and 20c
Is said to have been paid in Montana^for staple
wool or 33c clenned. There is some activity in
the foreign product, but pulled wool is very dull.
Quotations, scoured basis:
Extra fine. 12 months, [email protected]; fine. C to 8
mouth*. 02Gr53e: fine fall. -»sr<£soo; California
northern. 530,550: middle county. [email protected]; south
ern, [email protected]; fall free, 42rg43c; Oregon eastern,
No. 1 staple. [email protected]«2c: eastern clothing. 0t5«?57c:
valley. No. 1. 52(g.54c: territory, fine staple. 60
(SfiSc: fln« medium staple. 59ftt60c: fine clothinp,
56(£5Sc: fine medium clothins. [email protected]; half
b!o.»d combing. 55f<j5Sr; three-eightcs blood
combing.- 55<g56c; quarter blood combing, [email protected]
54<*: pulled extra, 65c; fine A, 60<Stf-'c; A super
flnos, 50»@57e.
St. I.outfl "Wool Market
ST. IvOT'IS. Aug. 2. — Wool unchanged; me
dium grades combing and clothlujr. 23132414 c;
light fine. I9(&21c; heavy, fine, [email protected]; tub
washed, 25<§33c.
London Hop Market
LIVERPOOL. Aug. 2. — Hops In London (Pa
cific coast) steady at £3<34 10s.
2\>tv York. Metal Market
NF.W YORK.' Ausr. 2.— Standard copper,
steady. Spot 12.07%@12.20c; Ausrust-Srptem
ber. 12:10(a.V2.20r.; o<-tob»>r-Noveniher. 12.12 1 7 afe(i
12.25 c. London spot. £55 10s; future?. £56 2s (>d.
Lake copper, 12.75©12.87.«4c: electrolytic, 12.50
@12.62*4 c; casting, 12.25Q12.37V-C
Tin— Strong. Spot, 33.45<g33.75c; August.
[email protected]; September. [email protected]; Octo
ber, 33.15<g33.50e. London firm. Spot, £151
10s; futures. £151 15s.
Lead— Steady. 4.47*4 c bid New York; 4.32& C
bid East St. I>mils. London spot. £12 10s.-
Spelter— Steady, 5.50©5.60 c New York; [email protected]
5.02 Vie East St. Louis. London spot. £22 15s.
Iron — Cleveland warrants, 49s ll*^d In Lon
don. Locally iron was quiet. No. 1 foundry
northern. $16.25<&K>.50; No. 2. $15.75(316; No.
1 southern. f164J16.25; No. 1 southern soft,
$15.75® 16.25.
Xavai Turpentine ..and Rosin
SAVANNAH. Aug. 2.— Turpentine firm st
67c: sales. 433; receipts, 1,194; shipments, C7O;
storks. 12,503.
Roeln — Firm; receipt*. 3.005; shipments.
1.621; storks. 30.049- sales, 3.077. Quote: B
$5.40, D $5.55, E $5.70, F $5.75. G $5.80. II
55.55. I $5.90, X $5.95, M $0.40, N $15.50, WG
$6.70, WW's6.7s.
Santa Rout lOsrc Market
SANTA ROSA, Aug.. 2. — The local egg market
has advanced a cent per dozen this week. On
receipt of advices from the San Francisco dairy
produce exchange today the second advance of
half a cent was made. Local dealers are quot
ing 31<* per dozen for choice and 28c for seconds.
The demand is increasing, while the supply is
diminishing.
Weather Report
United States department of agriculture —
Weather bureau — San Francisco, August 2, 1910:
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
' ' ' S S 3 i, X feS T
S ? s- S p g
STATIONS *? 2 S STATIONS J? 1
BBS ' BBS
lie? '. ' S"
-'? • • ?
Boise ...... 84 02.00 Reno 00 32 .CO
Eureka .... 56... .00 Roseburg . . 84 50.00
Flagstaff .. SO 50 .90 Sacramento 94 06 .00
Fresno 102 C 6 .00 Salt I>ake.'. 88 «4 .00
Helena 78 54 .00 )San Diego.. 70 62.00
Honolulu 70 ... jS. Francisco 58 50.00
lndepndnce 9C 60 .00 San Jose.v . 78 52 .00
Kalispell .. 76 44 .00 |S. L. Obispo 72 50 .00
I-os Angeles 78 60 .00 SE. Farallon 51 50 .00
Modena 90 56 .00 Spokane SO 54 .00
Mt. Tmlpals 63 6S .00 Summit .... 82 40 .o<3
North Head 54 52.00 Tacoma ... 70 .12 .00
Phoenix 104 80 .00 Tatoosh 50 ...
Pocatello .. 86 G$ .00 JTonopah .. . 88 64...
Pt.Reyes Lt 52 4C .OOHWalla Walla 84 T,C...
Portland .. 78 52 .00 JWinneinucea SO 58.00
Red Bluff.. 100 70 .oOJ|Ynma IPS) 78 .(Hi
EASTERN STATIONS .
Abilene 104 80 .00] Knoxville .. 90 66 .00
Atlntic City 76 66.00 Ix>ulsvllle .. 88 62 .00
Boston .... 80 64 .01 Memphis .. SO ... .00
Buffalo .... 78 60.00 Montgomery! «2 -70 .00
Charleston . 64 76.02 Montreal .. 72 GO .01
Chicago ... 76 70.00 Moorbead .. 8S 56.00
Denrer^... 86 62.00 Xew Orleans 92 76.00
Dcs Moines. 90 70.00 New York.. SO 06.00
Dodge City. 100 72 .00 North Platte 9S '58 .00
Duluth .... 70 58 .00 Oklahoma .. 106 78.00
Durango ... SO 52 .00| Pittsborg .. 82 64 .00
Eastport ... 68 52 .00 Roswell .... 100 C 4 .00
Galveston .. 88 50 .00 St. Louis.... 82 70 .00
Green Bay. 74 60.00 St. Paul.... 84 64 .00
Hatteras .. S4 ... .00 Tampa 84 76.36
Harre .78 56.00 T01ed0. ... . 78 64.00
Huron ........ 60... Washington S6 68 .00
Jacksonrille. 88 74 .42 Winnipeg .. 84 5S .10
Kansas City 84 70.36 • (
SYNOPSIS AND WEATHER CONDITIONS
\u25a0 The weather has been . fair and pleasant over
the Pacific, slope, but cloudy and somewhat un
settled in the southwest and in the .Rocky
mountain section. . There has' been' a marked
Increase in cloudiness <in the Mississippi ; valley
and the eastern states. Rain - has., fallen in
Florida and along the Carolina coast. An ex
tenstTe depression overlies the Arkansas and
Canadian ralleys and will probably, more east
ward Wednesday, -causing, unsettled weather
and southerly winds. •-. - ' . •
Temperatures continue high in California and
Nevada. In the Greaf-valley afternoon read
ings range from 94 at. Sacramento ito 102 -at
FresDO. /Temperatures exceeding" 100 degrees
are reported" at OkUaoma and Abilene. '. \u25a0 -
The relative humidity at Red Bluff was* 23
and at Fresno 32 per cent.
FORECAST y.
San Francisco and vicinity— Fair Wednesday,
with' fog in the morning and at night; brisk
west winds. \u25a0;,.-.:-
Santa Clara valley — Fair Wednesday; mod
erately warm; light north winds. .' „\u25a0
Sacramento valley — Fair Wednesday; '"\u25a0 not
quite so -warm; \u25a0 light .north winds.' -
San Joaquin valley— Fair ; Wednesday, con
tinued warm; light west winds." " .
California, south - of , the >.Tehachipi • — Fair
Wednesday; moderate temperature; light south
WiSdS. I . •. • -.-:.,\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0.'.,• ,-;
A. G. McADIE,< District , Forecaster.
\u25a0 — • ' '\u25a0 ,:* \u25a0• ,
Tonnage Engagements
The (reoch bark Jean Baptiste. at Honolulu. Is
under charter for barley from this port , to 1 Eu
rope at 23s M, with option of. wheat from Port
land or Puget sound if 255... The .ressel was
chartered prior to arrlral."* \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -.\u25a0•.. \u25a0
. \u25a0 The . Norwegian - steamer * Tricolor, now on * the
way to f J\*ome. , has . been engaged ; under. , time
charter for lumber, from Pnget sound or Portland
to Australia.- '• " - . .^
Change of Masters
Schooner \u25a0 Andrew Jackson— Old master, • L. > Ja
cobsen; new niMter, C. D; Haraldsen. — \u25a0 v
Steamer Crowley - No. • 2-^-Old Master, W." Figo
rlx: new master; K.'E.-. Carlson; - - \ \u0084'.
>\u25a0 Steamer Santa Rosa — Old master G.-'Af Harris;
new master, E. "Alexander. .*. .- ; ;.»' -." i-r-n _•
Steamer Rio ,Vista'-^-Old master/, P. Busalacchi;
new master, J.-Bngalaccbi. - •:..,.
Enrollment — Steamer MelTille * Dollar: r < master,^
C^J.-Fossen. '\u25a0-; ••---. '- ' V ' " ''>*:\u25a0'\u25a0''\u25a0<\u25a0*"* \;?l
THE SAN- FRANCISCO- CALL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST >3,i 1910;
MARIPOSA HAS MANY
PASSENGERS BOOKED
Among Those Who Have En
gaged Berths Is U. S. Sena
tor George C. Perkins
HE majority of the
;1 0 0 »k» k passengers
booked ; for * '-. the
next trip "of .the
Oceanic . steam -
shi p , company's
line r .;- Mariposa,
Captain Hayward,
which sails . Satur
day „ for ; Tahiti,,
have taken pass
agaj through to
New Zealand and
Australia.
This i -is now the
shortest route to
the antipodes,
and is also one v of
the most-^lnterest-
Ing of pleasure
voyages as it' lies
through the, romantic and little.'trav
el eJ lanes of 1 the south seas.;
Among the through passengers will
be James 'Wyper, local repressntative
of the London and Lancashire fire in
surance company. Wyper, accompan
ied by his wife and/four daughters, is
going. to Sydney to visit relatives.
William Metz, manager of ; 'the".\u25a0"Na
tional cash register company,-his wife
and two daughters, will take steamer
at Tahiti for Wellington.
W. Farmer Whyte and his wife, who
are in charge of ' 27 Maoris who have
been on exhibition in this country, are
returning with the aborigines to the
antipodes.
Another Sydney passenger will Iba
Mrs. R S. L. Morris who is going to
Australia on a visit.
Among the passengers for Tahiti
will be United States Senator George
C. Perkins and his niece, .Alma Perkins,
They will maka the round trip on the
liner. - . ,
The Misses 13. and E. Klejnschmitt of
Berkeley will also be passengers on
the Mariposa. They expect to spend
two months with friends in Tahiti.
Another passenger for Tahiti will be
A. H. Moffltt, formerly traveling passen
ger agent for the Oceanic steamship
company, and more recently with the
Erie railroad. Moffltt is recovering
from a seVere illness. He will be ac
companied by his wife. A. li. Morrow
general superintendent of the Califor
nia wine association, will take the
round trip by. way of a 'vacation. .
Glacier Down From Navy Yard
The navy supply steamer- Glacier,
which wIU accompany the special serv
ice squadron soon to be dispatched to
Valparaiso, came down yesterday from
Mare island to take on about $30,000
worth. of miscellaneous supplies.
- The special service squadron which
will help Chile to celebrate the "one
hundredth anniversay of its independ
ence will consist of four armored
cruisers.' .\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -
. The Glacier will sail south in about
10 days. ..
Norwegian Sf earner Pays Duty on Coal
The Norwegian steamer Aldan, whose"
cago of coal was seized because of a
violation of the coastwise law, was
allowed to pay yesterday a second "duty
on the 1,500 tons of coal that it should
have discharged at Honolulu. This
made two duties paid on the coal, the
first having been paid in Honolulu
when it touched there from Australia.
The department *\u25a0 at Washington rec
ommended that the first payment and
costs be returned to the, steamer.
City, of Puebla Sails for Seattle
The Pacific Coast steamship com
pany's City of Puebla sailed yesterday
for Seattle with 150 passengers. Among
them were: W%£M , ' ,
M. Blum and wife Mi?s Clara Mars ,
J. T. Moore and wife Mrs. J. E. McShane
Miss M. E. Callinder James McGuire .
Mrs. E. M. Crowley H. C, Curtis
Miss Robe W. D. Parrott v .
Miss'A. Brauor . Mrs. C. M. Ravens -
B. C. Sampson D. S. Clarke and wife
Grant--K. Phillips . Charles D. Hull
A. D. Smith , John, Dudley ..
F. Yonng . John C. Elklns
P. Balfe J. D. Ready
J. 11. Morris F. G. Randall
F. Slater , F. Guinnen
A. -A. Burns J. O. Wright and wife
J. G. Oldlng D.-Isbell and wife
Miss M. Olding George Taylor -
J. F. Uiley and wife J. Urban
Mrs. J. A. Tesack George «. Gain
Mrs. Cline . W. Morrison'and wife
Miss Bertha Mars D. Hanrihan
Harbor Ilonrd' Pauses Payroll
The - harbor commissioners held: a
brief session yesterday for the purpose
of passing the July payroll, which
amounted to $34,519.75. The board also
rescinded the Santa Fe's assignment at
Main street. - This includes the freight
ferry slip and little Main street wharf,
both of_ which are being torn out to
make way for improvements. The rail
road company has been provided for
elsewhere.
WilhclminaSallA Today j
The Matson navigation company's
steamer Wilhelmina, Captain: Peter
Johnson, will sail' today for Honolulu
with -.70 cabin passengers and 10 in the
steerage. The liner will carry about
2,500U0ns of freight.
"Water .Front Note*
The Matson" navigation company's
Enterprise is due today from Hilo with
freight and passengers.".
"The Pacific Mail liner San Juan sails
Saturday for Panamaand way ports.
JThe Pacific Coast : steamship com
pany's Curacao, which has been out Qf
commission for some 7 months under
going a general overhauling, \u25a0is again
ready for active service. and*rwill -. sail
Saturday for Guaymas and way ports.
The liner Siberia arrived August 1 at
Hongkong. # . ,- ~
The Pacific Mail liner City, of .Para
le*\ Acapulco July 30 for this port. The
Cur of Sydney, from the isthmus.'is due
hege Friday. .; . - . :
* ecclpts of lumber yesterday by ' sea
amounted to 1,390,000"feet. .: .
-...-...-\u25a0 \u25a0 -. - \u25a0 , '\u25a0\u25a0-.*\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'.., \u25a0 ..,*','
By United Wireless
-\u25a0 \ . , ..Tuesday, August 2.
STEAMER PRESIDENT, f row San Francisco for
San Diego Aug 1, 4 p. m.— Aug 1, 8 p. m.,~ 30
\u25a0 miles : off Point, Sur; cloudy; moderate " north
: west wind and sea; all well. ;N;
STEAMER MAVERICK, from Richmond for Seat
tle July 31, 4:33 p. m. — Aug 1, :3:25 p. \u25a0 m.,
off Blunts reef; strong northwest -wind; hasty;
I heavy,- northwest swell; barometer, 30.18; tem
perature, \u25a0 54. . .. :-\u25a0,'\u25a0 <-'"~?,\ .:-.\u25a0;\u25a0.•- ;\u25a0 .. y
STEAMER COLONEL E. : L, DRAKE," from Rich
: inoud for i Seattle , July 29, , 5 ;p. i m.' — Aug." 1,"
- B'p. m., v off Cape". Foulweather;l cleat; light
\u25a0 northwest wind; smooth sea; barometer, 30.26;
temperature. . 58. : >v '. v \u25a0 ;\u25a0
STEAMER > ENTERPRISE, from Hilo . for Saij
\u25a0. Francisco— Aug ,1, 8 p. :m.; 400 ' miles ; off San
: Francisco. .. \u25a0 '\u25a0 \u25a0 : : - \u25a0:"-. ~ .\u25a0:.\u25a0.}' ~ :
STEAMER ROSE ClTY,, from San Pedro for San
: Francisco-^Aug 2, 4 p. 'tn.7: off? Point Arguello;
wind, west; velocity,- 14 miles; "clear.
XEWS OF THE OCEAN.
. . : Supplies for Hawaii „
' The schooner James Rolpb, sailed for Hana
yesterday with 895 ctls barley.l 39.500 : lbs bran -
110 bales hay,- 10 bbls corn: flour; 11' ctls corn, 7
ctls wheat, 15 bbls and 5, cs salmon, '5.608 lbs
soda, 125 bbls lime. 968 pcs: lumber, 114.450 lbs
coal, 100- cs- kerosene, » l,22o lbs arsenic, cite '
valued at $3,275; , v~~v; >- . < ••-, - - . V
< The . steamer Lurline sailed for Honolulu *last
Wednesday , with . cargo valued ;at i ' and
Including the following': . .. v'-.r \u25a0 ' -j
\u25a0710 bbls flour. 15,155 i ctls barley, : 21,877 1 lbs
beans, 11.000 ' lbs' .bran, '. 80 a ctls 'corn, 27 ctls
wheat., 10!) ctls, oats, 1,029 bales hay. 9,735 lbs
and 43 cs meals, (5,746 lbs butter, 1,487 lbs and 9
pkgs ? cheese, : 05 \cs eggs, : 3,422 , lbs . and ; 14 bxs
dried fruit, ; 1,525: 1b5, and 34 bxs raisins, 3,543
pkgs potatoes.. 524 pkes onions.' -1,932 lbs garlic
50 pkgs potatoes.- 40,974 lbs. lard; 9.210 lbs hams
and bacon;; 20,218 lbs fresh meat; 5,650 gals and
83 cs wine, 80 cs whisky, 200 gals brandy 85 cs
vermouth.^ -, 38 •:. pkgs • > beer, 15 •cs \u25a0 • cham
pagne. 25 / cs « and .48 \u25a0; gals . gin. '28 \u25a0cs . crape
juice, , 150 cs mineral water,'- 7.787; lbs and 70 es"
bread; £76 cs ' canned goods.vßOO lbs codfish, 1 660
lbs" coffee, 11,0901 1,090 f lbs hops, 1,732 1 lbs | nuts 88 •cs
and . 162 ; pkgs ' salmon,-, 60,128 ' lbs " sugar. 813 lbs
.tear; 38 'cs boots and shoes," 180 1 pkgs ' dry goods *
34 -cs * natsy 31 pkgs i drugs;* 30,000 r bricks, '- GOO
bbls and ? 1.600 sks cement, 220- pkgg doors and
windows; 82,512 ft lumber,, 2oo bdls shingles 310
bdls" shooks. * 8,430 ' lbs tobacco,- 26 cs ; clears and
cigarettes,* 800 cs kero*ene,Mo,ooo bbls crude* oil '
214 os \u25a0 and 1 126 bbls refined j 0i1, » 159 pkgs I paints''
ISO kegs : white | lead.' 23 : pkgs agricultural imple-'
ments, 5 ' automobiles | and . 22 pkgs j parts," 895 540
lbs fertilizer, j 195f pkgs ; car • material;; 140 1 rails, i
30 colls / rope, > 66 " cy Is I gas.* 3.200 1 ft I hardwood;'
43 ; rolls - leather/ 47 > pkgs s saddlery; ' 71 - pkgsr ma-
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
chlnerj-, 68; bales oakum, 821^ cs soap, 15 cs sta
tionery, ;62 > pkgs sewing machines,v.2,lß7;lbs tin
plate,- 31 pkgs wagon : material, '2Bß- pkgs .United
States army supplies, C headcattle,'3S horses.:..-.;
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
-V;;'. TO "ARRIVE . r . .'. •
' . .; From . \u25a0 | "-Steamer . .I^Date
Cotjuille River ........ Elizabeth ...... Aug. 4 3
San 1'edr0*... ......... J. SMliggins.. . Aug. 3
Coos Bay. M.' F. Plant.:'. Aug. 3
Comox :..*:.. J. \u25a0 Luckenbaeu.. Aug. > 3
Tacoma *....'..::.. .;.. .. Xicarla '"....;. . Aug. 3
San Pedr0 ............. Coronado \u25a0 . . '. . ;. . Aug. ; 3
Humboldt' . .... . .'. .... State of Cal. . . Aug. - 3
Portland & Astoria. ; •." Beaver •. . ;. . . . . Aug. 3
Hilo-..'................ Enterprise,".'.;.. Aug." 3
San Pedro.... ..... Roue City..:... Aug. 3
Puget , Sound : jCuzco ; Aug. 4
Point Arena & Albion. IFomo .....: .". , Aug. ". 4
Seattle & .Tacoma. ... -JBuckman ...... Aug.. 4
San Pedro 1 .... ;.'.'.:. ..Watson '\u25a0:\u25a0'. .. .... Aug.- 4
San" Pedro. . ;. . . . . .".. . .jltoanoke . . ... . Aug. 4
Humboldt .............. I F. A. Kilburn . . Aug. 4
Humboldt :...... Xortb' Fork -.."..' Aug. a >: 6
China & Japan. ........ Mongolia ...... Aug." 5
Xew York, via" Ancon. . City of Sydney. Aug.' .5
Sal. Cruz via S.: Diego. Missouriau. . . . . Aug.- 5
I'uget Sound Corts . Queen . ; . .... .'. Aug. 151 5
San Diego &-IVay Ports President ...... Aug. 5
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos 8ay.... ... Aug. 5
China '&\u25a0 Japan... ....:. Tenyo Maru ;";. Aug. 6
Kahulul . . . . . . Xevadan '.'". .... Aug. r 6
Seattle ............... Umatilla. ...... Aug. 6
Portland & Astoria.... G. W.. Elder... Aug.; 6
Puget Sound ports..'..'. Governor .:... t Aug. 7
Mendoclno & Pt.- Arena. Sea Foam . ...|Aug. - 7
San Pedro ...:...:...'. Chehalts ...... .lAuk. 7
San Pedro ............ Centralla ...... .(Aug. S
Portland & Astoria |Bear .....Aug. 5*
San Pedro IBeaver . . . . |A2g. 8
Wlllapa Harbor ........ Daisy :..,...... Aug. 8
San - Pedro. ... ......|Haaalei .;..... Jug. 8
San Diego & Way PortsjSanta Rpsa . .. . Aug. 8
Grays Harbor .... . .. .jX0rw00d" ....... Aug. ;9; 9
Grays Harbor ISanta Monica... Aug. 9
Portland & Astoria. .. .jXome City ..... Aug. 9
\u25a0 TO SAIL V .--..\u25a0' - 5 -
Destination "| ! Steamer | Sails I Pier-
August 3—3 — : . ' .
Grays Harbor.. .'../. ... S. - Barbara.. 4 pm 51s
Grays Harbor ...... Coronado ."... 3 pm 21
Honolulu & Hilo.. Wilhelmina . 12 m .38
Los Angeles Ports Hanalci .... 3 pm 10.
Mendoclno & Pt. Arena Sea Foam ... 4 pm -.4:
August 4—4 — : ""\u25a0•"/ - . . ->--\u0084
Xome & St. Michael... jS. D011ar.... 12 ni 10
Coos Bay : ' J Redoudo - .". . 3 pm ....
Astoria & Portland. ... .JTahoe ...... spm ....
X. York via Sal. Cruz: {Pleiades ... 10 am 27.
San Diego \u25a0& Way Ports] Santa Rosa. 11 am 9
Hamburg & Way Ports Xicarla .... 12 tn 19 "
Astoria & Portland..... Rose City.. . 12 m 40
Coos 8ay... ........... M. F. Plant 3 pm •\u25a0 2 .
Astoria & Portland J. B. Stetson 10 am l'J
AUgUStS ' -.iJ - '>: \u25a0.\u25a0•-,' : .'• . -
Humboldt State of Cal. 3 pm 11
Astoria & Portland Quinault ... 5 pm 27
Astoria & Portland..... Roanoke ... 10 am 13
Los Angeles Ports..... Beaver ..... 9 am 40
August 6—6 — '
Humboldt F. s Kllburn. . 10 am 13
Xew York via Ancon.. San Juan... 12. .'m 44
Tahiti direct Mariposa ... 11 am 21'
Puget Sound Ports..... President^ ... 2 pm I 9|
Seattle & Tacoma... .. Watson ..... Ipm 10
Los Angeles Ports.;... Buckman .. 10 am 10 ••
Los Angeles Ports..... G." W. Elder 5 pm 13
August .7— s,- • - -' , "
Mexican Ports .... Curacao .....12 m 11
Grays Harbor .... Chehalis.... 2pm....
Point Arena & Albion. Porno 6 i>m 4
\u25a0 August 8 —
Humboldt Centralia ... ....
San Diego & Way Ports Governor ... 4pm 9 -
San Pedro &, Way PortsiClty Topeka. 4 pm 11
August 9—9 — I '.
Puget Sound Ports.'. . . . IQueen ...... 2pm 9
Astoria & Portland (Beaver ..... 12 m 4O
Seattle & Tacoma. !Chas. Kelson 5 pm 38
Los Angeles Ports'.'.'.;. [Norwood .\u25a0".'.". 2 pm ..»'."
Ixsß Angeles Ports 8. Monica. .. 10 Bra 51
Los Angeles Ports..;,: Xome. . city. . 11 am 27
Humboldt ...*..... .". Xorth Fork.. 5 pin 38
" Tt) SAIL FROM SEATTLE .
Destination .. . |. Steamer | - Date
Skagway & Way Ports. City- of Seattle. Aug. - 7
Skagway & Way Ports. Spokaue ....... Aug./ 9
Chena & Fairbanks.... Olympla . .'. Aug. 10
Xome & St. Michael. ;.l St. Helens :... Aug. 15
Xome & St. ; Michael.. .jSenator ........ Aug. 16
Sun,. Moon and Tide
United States coast and I geodetic ' survey — Time.
. and heights of tides at Fort Point. For : city
front (Mission "street wharf) add 25 minutes.
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 3 .
Sun rises ......'."...;........ 5:40
Sun sets . ...... 1....... 6:39
Moon rises -. . .'.; .... .... ... . . : . . . ; . :2:59 a. m.
Xew moon ...... ..... .August 4, at 10:28 p. in.
First quarter m00n. . . . . .August 12, at : 5:52 p. m.
iTimel Timel Timel . Time ; - ;
Augl Ft- -1 Ft ) Ft: [Fjtl
. |L'.W| H -Wf \u25a0'..--- •--\u25a0|L'W[ H W
8.. 6:05— 0.3 12:02 5.0 5:15 2.3 11:14 5.5
4.. 6:42 0.0 12:34 8.2 6:00 2.0 .......V..
HWLW H W L W
5.. 0:02 5.3 6:18 0.5 1:00 5.3 6:44 1.8
6.. 0:50 4.9 7:00 1.0 1:30 5.2 .7:28 l.«
7. 1:37 4.5 .7:33 .1.6 1:56 5.2 . S:l2 1.6
8.. 2:26 4.2 B:€>4 2.0 2:20 5.0 8:50 1.4
9.. 3:30 S.S 8:40 2.5 2:43 4.S 9:42 ,1.2
U. S. llrnnoh' HydfOKrapblß Office
A branch of the United States hydrographic
office,- located In " the Merchants' \u25a0 Exchange, jis
maintained in San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality and free
of expense. Xavigators are cordially invited to
visit the office, where complete sets of charts
and sailing directions of the world are kept at
hand " for comparison "/and reference, and the
latest information I . can- always ibe obtained re
garding lights, ! dangers to navigation and mat
ters of interest to ocean commerce.
J. C. BURXETT,
, Lieutenant, U. S. X., in charge.
Time Ball
United States branch hydrographlc office. Mer
\u25a0\u25a0 chants' Exchange," San Francisco,- August
2, 1910., \u25a0\u25a0•• \u25a0'-. \u25a0
The time bal} on the , roof , of the Fairmont
hotel was dropped today exactly at noon. Pa
cific standar dtlme ; (120 th meridian), or at Sh.
00m. 00s. Greenwich mean time. " v > • •' - - -
• \u25a0• J. C. BURXETT,
Lieutenant, U.S. X., in charge. ,
HYDROGHAPHIO ; OFFICE
\u25a0Depth at mean low water, .entrance to harbor.
PLACE I Ft. I Date | , Remarks
' ,r I . I ' . 18 . feet at mean low
Grays'Harl 17- June 24 ,\u25a0 water In channel to
. -\u25a0:'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: f .\u25a0{.'\u25a0'- Aberdeen.
Wlllapa B| 27 | June 28| . . . . . . . . .- . . . ....
Colum. R.I 24 |May 21|.'. ...; .^... .............
\u25a0. - . i \u25a0:..:. '\u25a0.-\u25a0, Bar buoy to right of
Xebalm R 9 July 10 ; entrance. is
" . . - shifting :to.no r t h,
.." . "very narrow, l.'O ft.
Tillmk B.J . 9 • July : SlChannel shifted 1 mile
'• [ I' I south in gale Xov. 28.
Yaqnlna B| 12 |Jnly 8|. ..................... ;.
Sluelaw R| « |July.n|.. V.......... \u0084: .
Umpqua R| 9 |July '1j.......... ....... . ..~.
. • 12 feet at f low tide to
Coos. Bay. 18. June 22 Xorth Bend; 12 feet
' . at low tide. to Marsh-
-\u25a0 '\u25a0-\u25a0 '. " field; > ...,\u25a0;\u25a0:- ;\u25a0*-.\u25a0. :
Coqullle R| 8 |Jnne 30|Cbannel straight. •\u25a0-,\u25a0'
Rogue R.| 3 |Apr. 27|Channel shifting north. -
Klamth ,R 5 I July .- ljChannel ~ shifting \u25a0 to
- \u25a0\u25a0•-.. -r. \u25a0' \u25a0'. -\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0•.|.:- . .-' I' southward.^. ''j ;
Hmbldt B :18 I July , s|Shoal =300 r feet WXW.
\u25a0•—-\u25a0-\u25a0,-\u25a0 '\u0084.-.. I \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 "|- black spar , buoy. ••\u25a0 *
S Pedro 8 [.20 | June 28 1 Xo change In channel.
3 Diego B| 28M»|Apr: l|Xo change in channeir
S Pablo B[ 24 I Dec. li Depth in dredged chan
- :•]-.: )-• : '). nel. • : . \u25a0 ;: ; ,
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SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
[Special Dispatch, to The Call] \u25a0 ' <
EUREKA,' Aug. : 2.— Steamer State of: Califor
nia sailed r for San Francisco this morning , with
freight,'? mall 3 and j paßsengers.".*,;;*^ " J^~J «; : r. '-,:.'
. Arriving this morning from San Francisco was
the; steamship :. F.-* A. ; Kllbnrn. V-v lt t brought a
large . cargo } of freight, together^ with ; . mall . and
passengers."-, '.: The "; Kllburn > wlH : : depart - on the
return ; trip. tomorrow morning. \u25a0: -\u25a0•;. •' ! %^.}%i?
;, vTbe r steamer arrived '.from Portland
and Astoria this morning rand departed latethis
afternoon ion Uhe "return .trip I north."-; ; :,
? r'Arri vlug i from *.the l north ' on • the -• steamer"; Eu-"
reka • were f 5,<)00 ; sacks '\u25a0 of ' flour j for ' Leutslnger - A
La up. j , This •is about ' the - largest -\u25a0 consignment
of flour : ever >; received iin i this citiT.; : - - • \u25a0:.- - , ,v-
vh The * Norwegian c steamer AvTordenskjold. > 2,296
tons;; Captain • Hansen, rarxlveiT-; this ; morning; \u25a0?• It
will -t go -to t Arcata < wharf - : to ; commence ', loading
1,700,000 , feet iof j redwood - lumber ; for 4 Australia. .
gs Purser, j Cbarlton %of £ the : Pacific 5 Coast 5 steam
ship company's steamer Btate rof California, who
has * been • on s,this /run • In i various x vessels > of ? the
company | for a | number :\u25a0 of ;yearß,'. Is to be trans
ferred ;» to ithe 1 company's -. steamer [ Santa Rosa
after Uhis ; - trip. 'ViiisV-^K; -it" ':.. : .'Vv;.;; \u25a0> \u0084: \u25a0 :*f^
i*Robertf^arr, 4 ,'' formerly^; chief -^officer of -the
State £of i California, a but r recently •* chief Con the
City 3 of >^ Pueblo, j; will ~i go i on t '^ next c , tr in Jon i the
steamer. Curacao on ; the : Mexican | run."; He : is '• now
here ito .Tisit *hls ;wlfe \u25a0 and ; daughter; >'^-;o'; ": \u25a0•--:= \u25a0 *
v.The ?new launch ::'.Mlacomet' was
launched H last g evening Sat «5,7 :45 k- o'clock; rk Miss
Emily,Nuprey christening, the vessel as it glided
down i the 4 ways. S Between iCso f and j people .
were j present"; as i the guests of Captain Coggeshall ;
for. " the f- occasion.' -The new boat was. then
towed .to the foot \u25a0 of F street. * Finishing work
will be done, on the hull pending the -arrival of
the • 100 horsepower San i Francisco 1 standard i gas
engine. Captain Coggeshall expects to have the
Miacomet in | commission by August 20. . Captain
John Luberg is to -. be the master \u25a0 of i the'} new
craft.. ; " ;-;\u25a0\u25a0 f : r : ;-\u25a0' .... " .! ' '\u25a0 ;,•-'\u25a0
> LOB AWGELES, Aug. 2.— Arrived— Steamers
President, Seattle; Wellesley. . Willapa Harbor;
Coos Bay, San Francisco; Cheballn, \u25a0. Aberdeen;
Brooklyn, Needle Rock; Temple E. Dorr, Eu
reka. -,t .'\u25a0-•.-•' .;---:'-.\u25a0—'•\u25a0."\u25a0 v.>l -\u25a0:•-..."
\u25a0 Sailed— Steamers C. G. T Lindauer. Grays Har
bor; Roanoke. Portland; Rose •. City. Portland;
Arctic, Hardy Creek ; A: J. West, Grays Harbor;
Tahoe, . Portland: Cpos- Bay. \u25a0-\u25a0 San Francisco;
Whittier. ' Ventura; Rosamond, Raymond; Che
halis, San-Diego. - '\u25a0 \u25a0 "- • . •,
PORTLAND. Aug. '2.— With -a full list of
passengers and 160 tons-. of freight, the \ steamer
(Jolden Gate. Captain' Astrup, " sailed /tonight
for Tillamook. v , . : :
Carrying SO passengers and 300 tons of freight
tbe^ steamer '. Breakwater,-. Captain ; MacGenn,
sailed -this morning" for. Coos .bay. \u25a0 '-...\u25a0
i Laden with cement, asphalt. -plaster 'and gen
eral freight, \u25a0 the steamer ; Daisy Freeman. Cap
tain ; Johnsoni ; arrived: from: San : Francisco.' J - '
Captain Maresca,: master of -the Italian ship
Ninfa. ' loading lumber \u25a0at Prescott for Hartle
nool.;Eng., is, in the city and . reports that the
vessel % will \ complete cargo tomorrow. It v will
clear at Astoria the following day. and will
t»ke> out -1,475.000 feet of . fir. -.which is being
dispatched by the Oregon pine export company.
The Ninfa "has been Aa the river since . June ' 3,
arriving .'from ; Honolulu lln ballast. .
"Arrived— Steamer Coaster, San Francisco.
- Sailed— Steamer* -. Breakwater, Coiis bay;
Golden Gate. Tillaroock;. Sue. U. Elmore. Tllla
mook; Daisy Freeman, Hoguiam. ' ' . '
- ASTORIA,' "Aug." 2.— Steam schooner " Coaster (
arrived this morning with a 'general cargo from
San . Francisco, . and , will * lo3d lumber for a re
turn trip;. " . , .' . " ; •
\u25a0\ Steamer Breakwater sailed today. for Coss bay
with -freight and . passengers.
- Lighthouse tender- Manzanita returned this
morning from delivering supplies to various light
stations along the coast. •\u25a0",-•
! Steamer George W. • Fenwiek cleared from the
custom house today for San Pedro with 2.000.000
fcet;of lumber, -loaded at the Hammond lumber
company's mill. The vessel will sail about
Thursday. \u25a0 ' ' .
\ Puget sound tug Gollab. Captain Bailey, will
arrive thl» evening from" British Columbia with
the coal laden 'bark Hayden Brown In tow." In
its return lt I will tow the tug Wanderer to
Seattle/ The latter is the vessel that was under
charter to the port of Portland for several
months, but that charter has expired. Captain
George *-W. Wood will go as master of the Wan
derer on its -trip to the sound.- '.;
Schooner. Irene, Captain Mitchell, arrived
about noon today, -23 days from San Pedro, hav
ing been delayed by the heavy winds.' * It" did
not stop: at Astoria, but came up the bay. under
full sail and proceeded on up the river, where it
will meet a towboat, which will drop it at St.
Helens. It will load lumber at the latter place
for • San Francisco. ;
"SEATTLE, Aug. 2.— Arrived— Steamer Cot
tage-City.- Skagway; steamer , Mexican, Sallna
Cruz, via San Francisco; steamer Dolphin, Skag
way.. . . : :'. .: .... .";-; \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0-"\u25a0 \u25a0. • - \u25a0 \u0084
: Sailed— Steamer Hilonlan. Tacoma;- Japanese
steamer Awa Maru, Yokohama: steamer Olson
and Mahony, Everett; steamer Mackinaw, Nome;
steamer Queen, San Francisco; | steamer Cottage
City,' Skagway. • ; " T._^ '
TACOMA,. Aug. 2— Arrived— Steamer Htlo
ninn. San Francisco; steamer Hornet, San Fran
cisco; steamer Riverside, Alaska; steamer Gover
nor. Seattle. • i ,V
Departed — Steamer Wasp, ; San Francisco;
steamer -Portland, Seattle; steamer Santa Anna.
Seattle. . -, ; ... .; . , : . ; ' . -.-_,. : t
ABERDEEN, Aug. 2.— The wireless telegraph
station which \u25a0 has been maintained on the har
bor for I two -years will . be put out of "commis
sion, order? having been received to pack up the
property and ship to Seattle.- '\u25a0• The wireless serv
ice' has been' used ' particularly for /vessel move
ments at Westport, and was maintained largely
by the mill owners. , Recently they have come
to the conclusion that the- service was not val
uable enough for them to maintain at the high
cost, and . the subscribers haye been dropping
out. ' From ' this time on there will be no bar
report from Westport. There is. a movement
on foot to have a telephone service established
at Wentport. \. , • , ' \u25a0. .
Schooners. Sequoia and Borealis; which have
been loading for. Hilo. have finished, and will'
sail "tomorrow for their ports of destination. %
Schooner Helene has finished "loading a: cargo
of 1.100,000 feet of lumber for Honolulu. ~ .
Steamer , Norwood • arrived . from California
ports. ; .' t -v _
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED
• Tuesday, August 2.
US stmr McCulloch, Daniels, ; hours
from Santa Cruz.
'Stmr Pasadena, McGovern, 15 hours from Al
bion, bonnd. south; put, in for fuel. ' : . ;_• ~
Stmr South ' Coast, Oisen. 50 hours j from" San
Pedro; ballast to Caspar lumber company. • . -
Stmr" Carmel,' Hardwick, 26 hour* from \u25a0 Port
San Luis; 300 tons agphaltum. 200 tog s cement
to J. Homer Fritch, with yacht Frolic in tow.
•Sttnr Melville Dollar," Fot<en, 7 Vi days from
Guaymas: ballast to Swaynre & Hoyt. \u25a0 '.
: Stmr. Quinault, [ Koffeld, : 62 hours \u25a0 from Wll
lapa harbor; 640 M ft lumber to Hart-Wood
lumber company. \u25a0 . .' •,' " . ", "
Stmr Charles Kelson, i Hansen, 1 83 hours from
Everett ; 730 M ft lumber, and poles to Charles
Kelson , & . Co. \u25a0. . : . . ..:__ \u25a0.-. , \u25a0
'Stmr J. ,B.: Stetson, Sears, 40 hours from San
Pedro; ballast to H.-J. Knowles. : . ,-\u25a0\u25a0,\u25a0-/
'Yacht Marion, >>Van • Bergen, 36 hours from
Santa i Cruz. ..•\u25a0-. -. . \u25a0 . . • . \u25a0
Yacht Frolic, from Santa Crux, in tow stmr
Carmel. N . ; " • / - ~.
: Sloop Meteor, Hogg, 34 hour* and 10 minutes
from Santa. Cruz. \u25a0
CLEARED
.'•'\u25a0• . • - ' Tuesday, August 2."
Stmr Admiral Sampson, Bartlett, Seattle;
Alaska . Pacific steamship .company; . ..", :'<\u25a0> \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0_\u25a0
;StnirWilhelmlna,' Johnson, Honolulu ' and Hilo;
Matson navigation company. .:.', '\u25a0 . . -, .
Stmr Santa; Rosa,; Alexander, San .Diego; .Pa
cific Coast steamship company. , •'
.' Stmr City iof Puebla,--: Johnston, Victoria,
etc. : Pacific Coast steamship 'company. M
Scbr Ethel. Zane.Guhl. Honolulu and Hilo, via
Caspar; Pacific shipping company. \u25a0 .
i .-,'•\u25a0 5 -.- • . SAILED .-\u25a0. . : - '.\u25a0 .
*\u25a0 \u25a0 "-' "\u25a0\u25a0 Monday. August - 1.
: Stmr \u25a0 Carlos, Roberts, ,Wlllapa harbor, p. m.
•V: .: ; Tuesday, August' 2. -
Stmr Argyll.. Dickson/ San Pedro,- 3:40 p.- in.
Xavarro." Hoffman. Crescent City. 7 p.m.
Stmr - Xatlonal ; City, Hlggins, I Fort Bragg,
5:15 p.";m. ;\u25a0. '\u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0-\u25a0: ~-* : < ' - ' \u25a0
Stmr, RavalH,"Tlet2en, Eiirekn,'; 4:4o p/'m. i
Stmr Atlas,- Badger,' Portland; 12:30 p. m.,
withbarge.ol In tow. f \u25a0
I Stmr City of Puebla, Johnston, Victoria, B." C,
etc.'.2:2o p.m. '"»\u25a0 - .'\u25a0"\u25a0 - v ;
Stmr Grace Dollar,- Kalnin,: Albion, .l:4o. p. m.
-.Bark: Amy Turner,. Turloff, . Portland, 3 p. m.;
In tow \u25a0 tug Hercules. ' " ' ; "
\u25a0Schr_Jamcs Rolph," Olsen, Hana, ll:2o;a.*m.
.--"' Barge 91, sMonroe, Portland, . 12:30 p. m., In
tow"- stmr Atlas.' ' * \u25a0
'.. ' -•:-:.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0...\u25a0\u25a0.-\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0.. :-SPOKEN : - '-' "\u25a0' \u25a0I ; ,-
June ,9— Lat 22 deg S, , long. 39 .deg JSV, Ger
bark Schurbek, - from -\u25a0 Hamburg, , for ,. Santa Ro-
Falla. \u25a0 >\u25a0•:\u25a0 v I "\u25a0\u25a0. ; ' \u25a0 .- \u25a0 .-. s .;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•. .-' \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0••\u25a0 '-\u25a0-:'\u25a0,,.:
' June 7— Lat 13 deg S, long 35 deg W.'Br, ship
Thornllebank, r from < Penarth,* for .v. v Acapulco. -
-.^May 9— 'Lat 22 deg-8," long- 40Vdeg W,' Br
bark Lyn ton, from Hamburg, for. Santa Rosalia.
:•:\u25a0- .-.'•\u25a0- -^ \u25a0^''; PASSED AT. SKA'-V'-V I"'-', -.\u25a0.'*-'
.By ' fishing stmr ' Crlstpforo ' Colombo, , Ang 2,
3 miles west of Duxbury, ' three matted schooner.'
WEATHER REPORTS- : ,;
•POINT. LOBOS, Ang 2, 9 a: s m.— Thick; wind,
southwest: velocity. ,10 miles per. hour.., Xoon —
Foggy; wind, southwest; velocity, ; 12 miles . per
hour.;- ' v.: : -•\u25a0 '<\u25a0;'-:';' ' .'.'.;•. \u25a0..\u25a0 \u25a0 '-..
POIXT > REYKS.'i Aug 2. 9 a.,.m.— Foggy;
wind, northwest; i velocity, -\u25a0 24 miles per hour. \u25a0.
' F ARALLONES, '- Aug * 2,* 9 a/ \u25a0 m.— Cloudy ;
wind; northwest; velocity,-2 2 miles pcr > hour.
.TATOOSH, Aug 2. 9 a. : m.— Cloudy; wind,
west;* velocity ' 10 miles per hour. \u25a0-\u0084
; . \u25a0 h.-i ..,:\u25a0 \u25a0 . :•• -.-- DISASTER ::'•'\u25a0:
'. U. S ' revenue i cutter - Perry ;. ran ashore . July
26 on ' : Tonkl ' point," on * the \u25a0 : east „\u25a0 side lof . St.'
Paul \u25a0'.' lsland,' .' one \u25a0\u25a0,- of o the \u25a0 Pribtlof '; group \u25a0\u25a0-- of
Islands in the Bering sea. '\u25a0- The Perry ; is a total
loss;' struck i during \u25a0a i dense ; fog. \u25a0;'", Officer s, and
crew I were taken off by ,U S stmrs Tahoma " and
Manning. ; ' .The ; ; Perry's >. engine ,.- room i and - hull
are < entirely,, flooded.- -.-. The "-^ahorna had ; a 'Japa
nese poacher \u25a0< In * ; tow '.when news of \u25a0; the ; wreck
wasfreceived v by -wireless. -\u25a0/. - : \u25a0\u25a0; . ; '
: '-:>\u25a0\u25a0 TELEGRAPHia,
* POIXT.I/)BOS^ Aug 2. 10 p. m.— Weather,
thick; -wind, southwest; -Telocity. ; 12'mlles per
hour.: •_.-." .; .•.^"•" ':--'• '»-\u25a0-• <: , ;":-\u25a0.\u25a0>\u25a0- •\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:';,."' *-;\u25a0-: '\u25a0
agßSfflß^pH> DOMESTIC PORTS \u25a0'^ItV^
i SANTA" CRUZ— Sailed -Aug 2— IV a. m;,' sloop
yacht ' Maryland G. for' San Francisco. \u25a0- ' y
/ BAXTA • BARBARA— Arrived -Aug r • I— Stmr
Chehalis. I hence J July.^3l ; ;,: stmr ' Raymond, from
Grays ' ' - -V- " \u25a0' ' '. \u25a0 ' ' ; ; \u25a0
\u25a0•-•; Sailed 'Aug I— Stmrs Chebalis and Raymond,
for.San- Pedro, j. ;-'•;\u25a0 \u25a0>.-.-••\u25a0' \u25a0 : \u25a0 " • . \u25a0 '\u25a0 -.' \
£ ' TATOOSH— Passed ._ in \u25a0 Auk v 2—7:40 * »:':\u25a0 m...
stmr Mexican. ,hence ; July \u25a0 30. c for ; Seattle. ft -'-•;
\u25a0-". Passed ; out; Aug; 2-rr3:3o-a-' "no.,- barge.'- tmriog;
4 :30; a. I m.*, i four ; masted ; schooner: \ 4 :40 ; a. '. m.,
*itmr ' Buckman, I from • Seattle," for I San Francisco;
7:20 »a.v m.; : ; stmr.; Xorthwestern,'; from : Seattle,
for Cordova.-^.:*.— - .--•. s - ,-•-.. :,- ..-., v-,.> \u25a0 ,:-.-_.
;CRESCEXT ClTY— Arrived Aug - 2-^8:30
a^'? m.,*. stmr. Jim . Butler,"; hence July 28,"". for.Ta
comar'Sttnr.jMandalay, \hence» Jnly j3l. .. '
Arrived * Auff* 2-^5;,«.'C, m.,V «tmr
Coaster.'ti heuce .-'July '* 29 ; 7 11 \a; 1 m.;*; schr \ Irene,
fromf San •< Pedro. "\u25a0-/\u25a0\u25a0- :,'- ; ».> :*:-.:•: \u25a0.\u25a0>•':-::; •_\u25a0. - \u25a0;*."\u25a0•.-:'\u25a0--: \u0084
>-> Sailed J Aug . 2^—s < p. ; m. , ', stmr , Breakwater, » for
Coos \u25a0 hay. v>.- \u25a0;\u25a0--,--.. "... '~j-:.'Av. \u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0' •\u25a0 \u25a0•' ','\u25a0."\u25a0- \u25a0-- \u25a0>-;•
;"KVEXTURA-^ArriTed.Aus I— Stmr San Jaclnto,
from JHueneme.~ :";*;•'-\u25a0•-" :.•: . ' :v.' ; - \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0,-^-~~. *>•
t A SAX PED^tO— Acrived ?, Aug ; : I— Stmr y' Rose
Clty.t* hence »• July J 31 ; *. stmr £ Yellowstone,'^ from'
'Astoria, via Redondo \u25a0 beach." Aug 2— Stmr Coos
Bay. hence July -2»: stmr. Chehalis. hence July
31.ti.via v Santa ' Barbara ; f utrnr Ji Wellesley, ~ from
Raymond ; - »tmr I Whittier,"s from i Ventura.7/3fji* \u25a0•%•
<k Sailed '" Aug 1 1-f-Stmr iDoris.'; for i S*n I Francisco;
strnr ,:• Helen P." Drcw.t for.: San j Francisco.' Aug
2— Stmr '; Rose /City, for San Francisco; stmr
Watson.' for San Francisco.v '
' Arrired 2^-Stmr San Gabriel, from Eu
reka: stmr Brooklyn, hence Jnly 81-.
• .-; Sailed : Aug 2— Stmr Chehalis. for San Fran
cisco; stmr G. C.'lJndauer, for San Francisco. .
~ ABERDfiEN^-SaUed Aug 2 — Stmr Helene. for
San Francisco; schr Sequoia, for HUo.*'
HOQUIAM— ArrITed Aug S— Stmr Norwood,
hence July 30.. -
SEATTI-E— ArrlTed Aug 1—11:40 p. m., stmr
GoTernor, .hence July 30; 1 p. m.. stmr Olson
: & Mahouy, from .Victoria. Aug 2—l2 — 1 a. m.» stmr
Cottage City," from Skagway. .
-' Sailed ' Aug. 1—5:40 p. m.; stmr Tiyerton. for
Ludlow ; \u25a0. 7.7 '. p. m.. stmr Hornet. . for San Fran
; cisco; 9 p. > m.", stmr Xorthwe*tern, | (or Cordora.
i Ang 2—lo-a.2 — 10-a. 'm., Jap > stmr Awa Maru, for
Yokohama; 11 a. m., sttnr Olson & Mahony. for
Everett. \u25a0 \u25a0
\u25a0 'ArrlTed Aug 2—32 — 3 p..m.. stmr Dolphin, from
Ketchikan; 6 p. m.. stmr Mexican, hence July 30.
TACOMA — Arrived Ang 2— Stmr Hornet, from
Seattle; stmr Hilonlan. from Seattle. -"
Sailed Aug 2 — Stmr Wasp, for San Pedro.
NOME-i-Arrlved Aug I—Stmr1 — Stmr - Senator, from
Seattle.- " ' \u25a0
- CORDOVA— Arrived Aug I— Stmr Alameda.
from Seattle. - - n
WRAXGELI^— ArrWed Aug I—Stmr1 — Stmr Jefferson,
from .'Seattle, for Skagway. -
SEWARD— Arrived Aug I— Stmr Bertha, from
Seattle. r . \u25a0
EUREKA— Arrived Aug 2—6 a. • m.. stmr
Eureka, from Astoria and Portland; 11 a. m..
Nor stmr Tordenskjold, from Noyo.
Sailed Aug 2—ll2 — 11 a. m., stmr' State of Cali
fornia, for San Francisco.
Arrived Aug 2—2 p. m., stmr F. A. Kllburn,
hence Aug,l. .
Sailed Aug 2 — i p. m.. utmr Eureka, for As
toria; 0 p. \u25a0 m.; . stmr Alcatraz. for San Fran
cisco; 7 p. -'ni..-'stmr Vanguard, for San Fran
cisco.
WILMINGTON— Sailed Aug I—i1 — i p. m.. stmr
Coronado. j for San Francisco.
\u25a0 Arrived Aug 2—ll2 — 11 a. m., stmr Wellesley, from
Raymond. . .
Sailed Ang 2—32 — 3 p. m., stmr Tahoe, for. San
Francisco. . . * »
INJRT LUDI/)W— Arrived Ans 2— Stmr Tlv
erton, hence July 27, via Seattle.
SAN . DlEGO— ArrlTed Aug 2—7:30 a. m..
stmr' Missourian," from Sallna Cruz, for San
Francisco.
Arrived Aug 2 — Schr Ariel, from Grays Har
bor.
REDONDO BEACH— Arrived Aug 2— Stmr Cen
tralia. hence July 31; stmr Raymond, from
Santa Barbara; stmr George Loomls, hence
July 31.
Sailed Aug 2— Stmr Centralia. for San Pedro;
stmr George Lootnts. for San Francisco.
EASTERN PORTS
NF.W YORK— Arrived Aug I— Stmr Califor
nian. from Puerto Mexico.
NORFOLK (Va.)— Cleared Aug 1. Br stmr
Trojan, for Valparaiso.
ISU\ND PORTS
HONOLULU— SaiIed Aug I— Stmr Hyades, for
San Francisco. "
Sailed Aug 2— Br stmr Asia, for China and
Japan. : \u25a0
FOREIGN PORTS
VICTORIA. B. C— Arrived Au* 2— Br stmr
Lonsdale, for drydock. -
GUAYMAS — Sailed July 13— Br stmr Persia,
for ' Hongkong.
Arrived July IS— Nor stmr Transit, from Sa
lina Cruz. | .
PORT OF SPAlN— Arrived July 17— Br stmr
Bannockburn, from .Sydney, for I*rince Rupert.
HAVRE— Arrived; July 30— Ger stmr Itauri,
hence March 24.
HAMBURG— Arrived July 20— Ger stmr Her
monthis. henc« Feb 27.
PUERTO MEXlCO— Arrived July 31— Stmr
Oregonian, from New York.
• Sailed Jnly 30 — Stmr Hawaiian, for Dela
ware breakwater.
- HOBART— Sailed Jnly 27— Fr bark Montcalm,
for Oregon.
SAUNA CRUZ— Sailed July 80— Stmr Isth
mian, for San Diego.
HONGKONG— SaiIed July 29— Stmr Minne
sota, for Seattle. \u25a0 ... . - :
SYDNEY— SaiIed Aug I—Br1 — Br stmr Zealandia.
for Vancouver, via - Honolulu.
RIVER FLATTE — Arrived prior Aug 2 — Br
stmr Cbeglakee, from Belfast, for Vancou
ver. B. C.
MELBOURNE (Australia)— Arrived prior Ang
2 — Br stmr Strathspey, from Tacoma. x
OCEAN STEAMERS
BOSTON— Sailed Aug 2— Stmr Ivernla, for
Liverpool;- •"" ' . '"
NEW" YORK— Arrived Aug 2— Stmr Kaiser
Wilbelm der Grosse, from Bremen; stmr Ham
burg, from Naples; stmr Oceania, from Naples.
Sailed A«g 2 — Stmr Noordam. for Rotterdam;
stmr Kaiser Wilhelm 11. for Bremen.
S ANTWERP — Arrived Aug 2 — Stmr Kroonland.
from New York.' ' \u25a0
LONDON — Arrived Aug I— Stmr Minnetonka,
from New York. — '
• BREMEN— Arrived Aug 2— Stmr Kronprinz
Wilhelm. from New York.
GIBRALTAR— SaiIed Aug 2— Stmr Koenlgln
Luis*, for New York. • - •
MELBOURNE— Arrived previous Aug 2— Stmr
Strathspey, from Tacoma. . * .
RIVER " PLATTE— Arrived previous Auj 2—
Stmr \u25a0 Cheslake, from Belfast, for Vancouver.
FREMANTLE — Arrived previous Aug 2 — Stmr
Ardmount, from Tacoma.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
'Arthur R. Carlyle and wife to William F.
Krneger. lot in W line of First avenue, 525 S
of B street. S 25 by W 12O; $10.
- Hattle E. Carpenter to V. Oaraboni Mazzitelll.
lot 1, block 205. South San Francisco and Rail
road association; $10.
\u25a0 - Robert Lorentz and wife to Martin Perich. lot
in S line of Fulton street, 231:3 E of Stanyan,
E 2 by S 95; $10.
Moniel and wife -to lola S. Turner,
lot in , S line of Twenty-fifth street, 7S E of
Douglass. E 25 by S 114: $3,500.
John : Patton to J. T. Snmmervllle, lot 14,
block 342, O'Xeil & Haley: $10.
Mary A. Lee to Edmund -B. James et si., lot
in S line of Ney street, 130 W of Consdon, W
i&0 by S 110; $10.
Roscoe L. Berglund to Oscar Galene. lot in S
line: of Casel'i avenue. 40:0 E of Mono street.
NE 29:1, KE 83:1%, W at angle of 00 degrees
25 X at angle of 90 degrees 69:3%; $10.
i" Agnes T. Warrlek to Roscoe I*. Berglund. lots
23, 24,. 39 and 40 in block bounded by S line of
Thirty-second and Thirty-third avenues; $10.
James Ward and. wife to John Davis, lot In
SW line of Hayes and Webster streets, S 3»:0.
W 70,jNE to point 61:9% W from SW corner of
Hayes > and Webster streets, E 01:0*4 and' one
other piece; $10. ' . . '»
- John N. Young and wife to James E. Ryan,
portion of lots -4 and- 5, . Market street home
stead; $10. .
, S..Shafter estate company to Trevor & Co..
lots 6 and ,7. block -193. South San Francisco
and Railroad Homestead . association, and five
other lots; $10. -'
Maryi Julia,'. Patrick and Thomas Dalev to
Walter M. Cary. .lot in E line of I,arkin street,
113: ft S of Pine. S 24 by E 82:«; $10.
.William E. Best and wife to Kate L Iteln
steln, lot in E line of Twenty-flfth avenue, 135
S of Drake street, S 35 by E 120: $10.
F.'Henrlchs to Ellen A.- Fife, lot in S*W line
of-Flfth avenue and, Lake street, W 95 by 10O;
$10. \u25a0;.'\u25a0\u25a0-, . .
Jacob Heyman company to James W. Finn, lot
In E line of Thirty-ninth avenue, 275 S of I
street. S 50 by E 120; $10.
v Homestead realty company to Samnel Polack
et ah, \u25a0 lot \u25a0: at X W corner of Sweeney and Mer
rill streets, W 00 by . N. 75; '$10.
\u25a0• Rebecka Bucking . to ' George :F. Bucking. 1 lot
•In W line of Alabama street, 33S S of Twentieth,
S 20 by W 100; gift.
' John G. Klumpke to David A. Barry, lot in
•W line of Ralston street, 100 X of Randolph,
N2sby W 100; $10.,- .
-.•John D. and Hannah Dunnlgan to Charles Ilaz
maier, lot In W. line of Fillmore street, 72 S of
Haight, S 24 byW 81:3; $10.
. Marshall Xuckolls . and wife to William J.
Gardner, lot -la E line of Stockton street. 37 X
of Sacramento, . N 22 by E 45; $10. , -
•James Garrett to Mary Garrett. half of. lot In
N • line : of Twenty-second street, 105 W of Xoe,
W 25 by;X*ll4; gift. \u0084 - .
\u25a0 Louis \u25a0 Levy and wife -to Henry' C. Schroder,
lot -in N W. line of , Moscow street. 150 SW of
Persia aTenue.SW 25 by XW 1C0: $10. - —
' Potrero realty ' company to Juanita 'B. de
liopez, .lot in E line of Rhode Island street. 241
S of, Twentieth, 5. 25 by E 100; ' grant.,,*;
• Sarah -Menzies to Jeannette Lw Dalm&s, ' lot in
S line of California' street. 115:2^nof Second
\u25a0venuo,' E : 23:0 H. S G4:B. W 22:11^4, *N
63:6% :r 510.,-- .-; -- -V /.' -' : r ,
: Sarah Menzies to Jeannette It. Dalmas. lot in
S, line, of California street. 103:04 W of .First
aTenue.W 0:4 11-12 by;SC4:B;sl.t
f \u25a0 John F. Walsh ?to Katherine«Petrle. lot In E
line "of .Stevenson" street,- 170 X .of Fourteenth.
X 33:9 by. B 65; $10. ' .
-- Katherine : Petrie to John F. Walsh, lot,InXW
line of Minna ? street, 375 ; SW of Seventh, SW
25 by Mi W. 70; $10. ; ;
:: Jacob \u25a0 Heyman i company. to • Harriet E.\ Barne
son.' lot in E line of Ocean boulevard, 1 175.21 S
of M street.-S 50.06,' E 103.57,- X 50, W 108.09
to ' beginning ; $\o.:pji^f^gmS ! fst^B^S^ftS^te^fl
", Jacob Heyman company to Peter "Anderson.- lot
Inr.Willne of -Forty-Fourth -avenue, 150 Stof M
Btreet,.S 50 by. Wyl2o;slo.. , *:
*•- Same -to came.* lot : In <W- line of "Forty -eighth
a Venue." 100 N of X street, X 25 by W. 100; $10.
->: Klrby -" Drummond •"; and - wife 'to - Charles - G.
Stahlberg. * lot 13. block 7, - subdivision • 1, l Castro
street \u25a0 addition ; > $10. *• r - v . ,
AWllllam Jllge S and^ wife to Frank -A. Ambrose,
lot in E line of Ellsworth street, 50 S;of Jettn
son avenu», S 50 by:E 70:$ 10.:- \u0084. .
• :: Leonilda Cavaglleri r to . Joseph ! Gerslch," » lot in
•W line of San Bruno avenue, , 150 S of Eighteenth
•treet. 525 bywaoo; $1. \ - ?-\u25a0 ._ ..
.McKHlop .Brothers; to F A:': Grunauer. lot In W
"line of- WiHard street,"- 125 X of Fulton, X 25 W
81:2.'<5.12:6.' 1 W,'14.<5v12:6,^E'95:2; $1. ~
>iW..F."'Altvater ; (administrator estate < of E.J .
Powers. \u25a0 deceased) . to Edwin O. Rleser." one- tenth
of lot 4S. block 228.\ O'Xeill &> Haley tract; $50.
Celestlna > Bro.rer Sto •' Cornelins :: O'Leary and
.wife.* , lot -In; NW line ;of ' Chapnltepec ; avenue.
128:4. XE of *Cortland. avenue,'- XE-51:4, by XW
;70:.$10. : ' -. - - :\u25a0 J
' «? Gertrude. B., "Allen to Willlani A. Breen. 1 ; lot in
E'-U»e ; «f .Twenty-seventh -avenue. 350 Xof Cali
fornia 'street.'* N 25tby>E : 120:$10. .
1 :-;• Arthur. L. White to Sarah E.". White, lot'in XE
.-'. \u25a0 t^-%. \u25a0\u25a0 v, \u25a0\u25a0;': '\u25a0 - • ;.» < , \u25a0 - - -
AUCTION SALES 1
JfeAUeTJONfes
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 3. 11 A. M. y
"4S head- of mares* and horses for : all purpose*. "
wagons, buggies and harness; all must be sold. "'*
557 4th sC. Oakland. ' T
line of Palmer street, distant 93 feet peTpendie- %
ularly S\u25a0 of Falrmoont. and 9«.24 SE* of Fair- *
mount. E 90.73,, S 25, W W..07.NW 23.87f $10. >
Real " Estate \u25a0 and Development company to v
AxelE. Hansen and wife, lot In E line of P»
Haro street, ICO S of Twenty- second, S 23 by B
100; grant.
Charles J. ir. Koenlg and wife to Julius 11. -
Small, lot In E line of Church street. 125 S of
Fifteenth. 3 "25, E J>3. S . 25. E 30. X 50. W
125; $10. ,
Emlle E."Ferrart and wife to Peter F.Tir
rarl. lot at E corner of Bacon and Dartmouth
streets. SE 400 by NE 240. and ene other
pt«ce; $10.
Bntldlnj; Contracts
Phoebe A. Ileam with Clinton flreprooflnj
company and I'arrott & O>. — Concrete, fireproof
ing, painting of structural steel for 12 •tory
class A building at E corner of Market and
Third atreet*. S «S>:11 SB 63:3»,i. NE 37:«, SB
40. NE 40, XW 160, SW to beginning: $SS,7stt.
The nornlpln Investment company with Ral
ston Iron works — Structural uteel work, castlrorf
bases for. a three story ami basement reinforced
concrete Class C building In W line of Stockton
street. 63 X of Ellis. N 72:« by W 90; $10,350.
Anna Borgfeldt with Rnegjr. Brothers — Carpen
ter, .mill, glazing, tin and galvanized Iron, UtS
and 'plaster for alterations and additions to s
three story and basement frame at 1323-1523
1327 Ellis street; $I,K».
Olympians to Take On
Pastime Athletes
Athletic Commissioner Pete Gerhardi
of the Olympic club and Charles Mint©. *
president" of the Pastime athletic club. •
have ..agreed to bold a dual in«et be
tween the track and field teams^of the
two organizations on Sunday, August
21, at the Presidio athletic grounds. •
The following events have been de- '
elded upon: 100, 220, 440 and 880 yards:
one and two mile runs, 120 and 220
hurdles, shot put. hammer throw, discus
throw, pole vault, running high jump. "
running broad jump and relay race.
On the week following, the Winged O "•
athletes will try out on the same
grounds against- the -Irish-American
athletic club of this city. Manager *
Gerhardt Is arranging as many meets
as he possibly can. in order to gret to
gether a team that will stand a good
chance of annexing the national cham
pionships of the Amateur Athletic -
union, which will be held in New Or- .
leans in October. <--<-\u25a0 - /.
John O. Miller, the star half mller, ,
: has given up the running game. Miller
says he Intends to play Rugby on tho
club team this winter.
It is probable that the New York
athletic club, will send Its track team '
out here after the national meet for a
dual contest with the Olympic club.
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Btindy and Hendricks
Beat Easteners
CHICAGO, Aug. 2.— Pacific coast and
western tennis players took the honors
at Lake Forest today in the preliminary
matches to decide who -will meet Alex
ander and Hackett In th© contest for
the national championship at Newport
tho week of August 15. The teams will
meet on the Onwentsia country club
courts tomorrow and the winner will
be named for the Newport play.
T. C. Bundy and Trow Hendricks,
winners of the Pacific coast champion
ship, defeated Edward T. Whitney and
Richard Bishop, eastern champions. In
hard fought sets today. Waldner and
Gardner, western champions, won from
Doyle brothers, representing tho south.
In straight sets. Summaries:
Bundy and Hendrlck defeated Whit
ney and Bishop, 4—6.4 — 6. 6—4,6 — 4, 6—l.6 — 1. 4—6,4 — 6,
6—2.
Waldner and Gardner defeated Doyle
brothers, 6—3,6 — 3, 6— tr
Polo Expert Will Raise
Ponies in Texas
EL PASO. Tex., Aug. 2.— Dr. J. A.
Edmonds, secretary of the Los Angeles
polo association, assistant manager of
the Coronado beach tournament last
year and the dean of polo on the Pa
cific coast," is here to arrange for a lo
cation on which ito establish . his polo
ranch to raise and train polo ponies
for the teams playing in California.
Doctor Edmonds has officiated at a
number of the biggest tournaments. In
cluding the polo contests in Santa Mon
ica. Coronado, the Midland tournament
and at Kansas City.
Sacramento Bidding For
" Boxing Tourney
SACRAMENTO. Aug. 2. — Efforts are
belng^ made by the Sacramento athletic
club to have the annual coast boxing
tournament this fall held in this city
under the auspices of the Pacific asso
ciation of amateur athletic " unions.
Heretofore the honor, of holding: the,
tournament has fallen to the lot of
one of the northern cities, Seattle and
Portland having been the center. This
tournament is' the .blKgest thins out
side the Pacific coast field day meet
to be held by the P. A. A. this year.
RIVAL PERSIAN FORCES
SEND TWO TO DEATH
Nationalist Leader Shot in Re-
venge for Recent Murder
TEHERAN, Aug. 2. — The campaign of
assassination carried on between -the
reactionists ; and the adherents of the
new. order. in Persia claimed two more
victims last. night. AH Mohammed, one
of the prominent nationalist * leaders,
and one of nis^ associates were shot
dead, apparently .in ..reprisal for., the
recent murder of the reactionary Seyed
"Xbdullah. . * '
In the fourth Rapps and Casey walked and
Sheehan hit to Willis, .who tried to catch Rappa
at third, but-f ailed.an d the bases: were fllled^-
Martlnkeflied out and Rapps wm caught at the
plate when the »<inp*zc play went wrong." Speas
Hied out. . retiring the side. " \ \u25a0
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