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-..for freestones; large boxes. [email protected] for free
:'. apd r.d.ri/i;.V for i-liu.cftouet..
, Pruiies— 7sc£i!K>c for craJes and [email protected] for
V.Fmall boxes; plums, crates Co<jsßsc, boxes 40
: gsoc.
'.-:,-• MS» 'per drswert— Black. r.nf<77sc for.ordi
'• .n«ry -and Jl for largo river boxes; Brunswick,
;. ' 40(q,CiCic; white. Ssf<rfi(tc.
\u25a0-. ... Mpjouk — Nntmep melons, 50r(g$l per box for
.-. rivtj- and sOc^fl per crate for Turlocks;
' \u25a0 rants loupes. $2«;.2.Zf> per crate; vratermelons.
'. fl.LTi^^ per doE^n. '
-..Grapes — Seedless, r»ofa€sc for crates and [email protected]
Ssc for lug boxes; tokay. 50&60 C per crate and
'"•• C.<"»«j7.V for lug «>oxeis; muscat, SOfeGOc per crate
«r.d 75o<^fi.2T» for lug boxes; black. .Tsksoc pe^
. cratf a:id .-»o<&tiOe for lug boxet; Isabella, SScfeSl
per cTtre.
Citrus Fmlts (per box)— Valencia oranges, $4
.--•(§4.50 per ctoice and. $2.50Cj3.50 for standard;
grapefruit. [email protected] for seedless ani $1(91.50 for
<-oiisa3on; lemons. $SGr.VSO for fancy, $3.50ea[4.50
for choice and [email protected] for standard: Mexican
• limes. $5.50 &6.
Tropical Fruits — Bananas, [email protected] per
buucb Tor Hawaiian and Mexican. $2<S:3 for Cen
;: tral Anierieaa; pineapples. $1.50^2.50 per dozen.
Dried Fruit*. RfllMns. Xnts and Honey
. All kinds of dried fruits and raisins continue
. firm and in p<«)d deinaniJ.
N»-w York mail advices *sy of that market:
.. . "Jobbers are discounting somewhat the reports
from the coast of high prices on dried fruits.
\u25a0but in prunes at least they ore •beginning to
:.. take bold for their early want*. Sales were re
.... ported rost<Tday at private terms of new crop
jirunes tn 4Oe. -50s end 60s.
-. •' :\u25a0 "Seode<i. raisins were firmer yesterday, one quo- ,
: tation being G\c f. o. b. coast for fancy. Prices
. are. considered too hiyh br bnjeri^. Old crop
raisins are jiractically out *if the market."
.: Fruits — Evaporated apples. 7<£7\c; faacv, [email protected]
S»ic; apricots, future deMverv. [email protected]; fancy
. Moorparks, 13 1 [email protected]; p*"«ciies. mio crop, future
delivery. 6^6^ic; fancy. . [email protected]"Vic: pnines. new
<-rop. 4*i4iso net to growers in tbe country, with
: ilic premium for 30s auri »ie premium fcr 40s;
lifs. 4^^.sVic; pears. 7fijl2o.
V Balslss — New crop layers, clusters — 6 crown.
r J2.50; 5 crown, J2; 4 crown, [email protected]; 3
/-crown. [email protected]; 2 crown. $1; seeded, sV^c for
choice and 6c for fancy; Thompson's seedless,
-: 4^i<&4iic for unbleached and 7*£e for bleached;
loose muscatel. 4 crown, sV*c; 3 crown. 4^c: 2
crown.. 4c; seedless, 3»[email protected]*ic; new raisins, 3Vic
la eweatbox at Fresno.
. Nuts— Alsmeda. nonpareils, 16^e; IXL, 15t^c;
ne plus oltra. Kifcc; peerless, 13% c; Drakes.
13c: l&BjTuedoes. 12c: hardshell. SVic; shelled al
monds. 29'g32 1 »!c; walnuts, 13c per lb for No.
: : .1 fcoftuhells. SM:c for No. 2 do: pecans, [email protected]
15c; peauuts, 4^i<gse; pine nuts. lS(g2oc per lb.
.Honey— Water white comb. 16(§.17e: white do.
[email protected]>ic; amber do. IOQUc; extracted. B^o
S'' for white. [email protected] for light amber and s>[email protected]
«>^sc per lb for amber.
Bee* wax— 27V>tj3oc per lb for light and 23®
. 2Cc for dark.
Poultry and Game
: : .: : Butlnrs* In. pool try was of fair proportions;
'. T^tffdny nod ss the receipts were comparatively
. light jiri-vs for all descriptions were maintained.
\u25a0 :The light Jirrivals. however, and not the de
; round, were responsible for the steadiness in
. t-;.lu»*i». : .
-:. I'oaJtry (per dozen ) — Hen*. [email protected] for small..
•" $Grd7 for large and [email protected] for extra: young
\u25a0roosters, $6(^7; dn extra. [email protected]; old roost- |
>rs. $5rt£5.50: fryers. $4(5.5.50; broilers. $3.50®
'...4 for lar^e, %Z'a ,"1.50 for medium and $2.50fii2.75
. .for . sanii, ducks. $G^tß; pigeons, $1.75^2;
• :«9nab*. $2.50^3; geese. $2ig2.50 per pair.
; ' Game 'tpcr dozen)— Nonjinal.
Bran* and Seeds
';..'..\u25a0 The stock in rrjrular warehouses September 1
• \u25a0 »n<J the receipts in August appear elsewhere on
:': ' \u25a0 this ..page.
" Be«ri* 4pcr ctl)— Bayos, $o.50(go.€0; small
. . trhitf. $3.55fii4.10: !ar?e white, [email protected]: pink.
Se^C.2s; red. $0Q6.10; blackeye, [email protected];
•'. lima. . $4.45(g4.50; red kicneys. nomical: cran
berry bean>. 54.40&4.00; garvanzas. $2.50^,3.25;
. horse beans, new, $1.8562.15.
:. . Seeds— Brown mustard, 4^e; yellow mustard,
' - — -;fiaxseed. s^s»^c; canary, 3J-tfti3?ic: il
f«lfa."'l4'fftl.ic; rape, lgl'Uc; tlmotby, 7%c;
..hemp. Swa^ic; millet. 2^c per lb.
...".. Dried Pea> — Green, [email protected] per ctL
\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0; •""\u25a0 Flour and Farinaceous Goods
\u25a0\u25a0'.' Flour^^aUforaia family extras, [email protected]
.net without di^-ouct; bakers' extras. [email protected]
fcuperfine. $4.tX»<S:4.flO; Oregon and Washing
' ion. per t>bl. $5<g.5.25 for family, bakers' and
patents and $4.25gj4.50 for cutoff: Kansas pat-
V ents. $6.70; do straichts. $G. 50: Dakota pMtents,
\u25a0 .$7.40: 4o gtraijrbts. $7.20; do clear. $6.00 per bbl.
"'.','. Farinaceous Good* — Buckwheat flour, $4; buck
: wheat floor, self -raisins. $4. 50: buckwheat groats,
\u25a0 : S6; oorn tu»-al, yellow $3, white $3. extra cream
\u25a0 yellow $3.25. extra creata white $3.25; corn
•"• ' fioar. $3; cracked wteat. $3.30; entire wheat
flour. $3.2t): farina. $3.60; graham aour, $3;
" hominy, iarpc $3. small $3. granulated $3; oat
\u25a0 ; inesi. pLSSi <5o proets. $4.25: pearl barley, $4.20;
. ; rice fiour. $6: rolled oats, $4.25; rolled wheat.
...$3.30: rye flour. $3.25: rye meal. $3.10; split
-. ' peas, yellow $5. greea $6.50; extra cream rolled
.cats, ISO lbs $7.50, fto lb sacks $7; roiled flakes.
ISO lb bbls 5.i.75. 2 90 lb eacks $5.25; rolled
wheat, 150 lbs $4.75, 75 lb **eks $4.25.
Hay and Feedstuff \u25a0
\u25a0•" . The Merchants' oxchxn^e plve« the receipts of
;' hay in tiiis city durin? August at 2>i.716 tons.
!•' : '\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 The srovprnmetu yesterday opened bids for 10,-
OOOtorai of hay fr.r Manila.
•..-:. The . hay market continues depressed under
\u25a0continued heavy arrivals.
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0rr Brsn— s2s^.2o per tun for white and $23 for
...red.
: . . \u25a0 M idd i ing* — $.'-i4 'g 33 pr r ton.
$27fe2*> per ton.
- : . 1-Ve<3stuff>— Rolled bsrley. $22(5^23; rolled oats
• 'for fted. $30Ccj32; mixed feed. $iir^26 for aver
\u25a0'\u25a0'.Hgc lott.; linseed oilcake meal. 20 tons $40. 10
: tons $40.50. 5 toes $41, • smaller lots $41.50; co
.; :'co»aat «ke or inesl at mills, $25 in 20 and 10
. and $2"».50 in 5 ton lots; jobbing. $26; corn meal.
. $36<?i:-;7 : cracked corn. $::oftj37; alfalfa meal, ear
v'load lots $10. fobblag $17: red ster alfalfa meal,
:= $lts in car lots an<l $17 jobbing: Modesto alfalfa
. -niesl. $].'..V» >a «-ar lots and $17 Jobbing; Stock-
: "ton mealfalfa. $16 in car lots and $17 Jobblngr
'. \u25a0'\u25a0".' Cajjroeo oilcstr- meal. $1*5.60 per ton.
\u0084.; H*y— Wheat, i7(n ; 12.50; wheat and oat. [email protected]
-.11: tame ost. $7<ft11.50; volunteer wild oat.
: ;SG.SO&S; alfalfa. [email protected]; stock hay, $5©6.50
\u25a0-." per' ton.
. ;-. ". Straw— 3s<§.ooc prr bale.
. \u25a0 . H f den. Tallow, Wool and Hops
•\u25a0\u25a0:' i-Uecrnt bop oontracts in Sonoma county are
reported ,st IH'.for 1510 »nd I3e f<-<r the three
y^JralOwing years. The market continues firm bat
:' X-B.ict. "".- \u25a0'::\u25a0 : •": :•- i.:*:h*i
of ;f*n wool are being made at the quo
' iatl<»a? fcflow. ./
>Hitie*T-OjUa and brands Fell ahcut m3lc
undfr Quotation*: heavy Falted steere. 10U,c;
; v ligbt medium. 'J^r: light. S^c; cowhides, &\sc;
. stags. 7<g:7Uc: i-alted kip. 10c; salted veal. 15c;
t-altt-d calf. 15c; dry hides. ISc; dry salt hides.
.-12 c; dry k!p. 17c; dry calf, 22e; f-heer>-kics,
' li'bcariitigj;. 2."i' r a.4«Je r-acb : short wool. 4O(g«5Oc;
".. \u25a0iriedi'cni. \u2666jOdi'^'ic: lonr wool. 90c<551.25; lamb*.
' lTift.'Mtc-::tir : irw i hi<lr's. t^slt. $2.25(5,3" for large and
. $1.50«i2 for medium. 73c$£$l for small and [email protected]
;. ."••'c Xcr <-nlts: horsehidesT dry. $1.50^2.25 for
. : :lafge and $1.2.".'a2 for medium. [email protected]$l for small
. tad 2* fe. Vic for colts: pcai'-kins. prime angoras.
.": tScfOSl: larpe hair poats, iO(&40c; medium, [email protected]
\u25a0 2.V: Fmall. sS^sc.
TaUow— No. 1 rendered, sU<^6c; No. 2, 4fisc;
.. fnrsw. 2 r d2"4c .
:% •:. Wool— 'Sprhig <lip. £sn Joaquin. year's staple.
\u25a0 Dfilllo; do S ruonths. "tello; northern. Sonoma
-and Mead.K-ino. l*S2oc; Humboldt. 20c asked;
-.Nevada. 150J7c pr-r lb.
• ' : . KaJl clip. — Mountain free. O'Sillc: northern and
TuliPT. 7friK-c: San J««quin fail and lambs. [email protected]
;\u25a0 r.H«Ci«Jo. defective au<l hejfVT. s<^7c per lb.
'; .\u25a0 ' Hops. — i"al!foruia. idffJljc for crop of 1909;
;i)reg.. a , m^jlic-per lb; crop of 1010. 1015:16 c
•\u0084:pcT ib.
General Merchandise :
. Ragf— Gra'n t>ajrs, :.%(i^c; San Qnentin'
\u25a0 bugs, f^ic; wool bsc*. 27'^c for. 3^ lb and 23^>c
\u25a0• : i or 4 lb: fleece twine, 7*4 c per lb.
•-. Coal— Pennsylvania acttracite e?g, $16 per
. rw; : Wellington. $9; New Wellington, $0; Coos
hay. $7: Australian house— Richmond, etc., $9;
: Ptiew Main. $9; Stanford Richmond, $9; Cum
• h#Tljin<s. Jls i» bulk and $1i>.50 in sacks; Welsh
. cntbraclt*. $15; coke, $16 per ton in bulk and
- $17 in sacks.
Oil « quotation"' - are fc r barrels i— Linseed.
$l."07 per gallc.a f or boiled . and $1.05 for
.raw: »«i*es. :>c more: castor oil in cases. No. 1.
71c: Baker* AA. IUST^LJSi China nut. cases,
:<M'Q7 f K per ksIIod: cocoanut oil. in barrels, [email protected]
'• T%U(C -for XXX. 724^76" for No. 1 snd 70 @
:\u25a0- 73»^c for No. 2, according to qu*ntity; extra.
. blcacard ; winter fperm oil, 80c; natural winter
-. ''sperm oil. SC»c; natural whale oil. Me: pure lard
'.oil. $1; winter strained lard oil. 90c; pnre neats
\u25a0'• foov oil,. 85e; No. 1 neatsfoot oil, 65c; herring
\u25a0VwV" 50c: salmon oil. 50c; boiled fish oil, 00c;
THlint oil. 45c. ;
;:'".-. ..- Cteal Oil, .<iasoiJne, etc. — W«ter \u25a0white, iron
.barrel* or drums. 9c; 150 degree oiL Iron barrels
\u25a0'; or drums. lOHiC; special <io. lie; pearl oil. in
\u25a0 .«-*sfs. 16c; astral. 10c; etar,"l6e; extra star, 19c;
\u25a0Jilalne. 26iftC; eocene. 19c; red crown and motor
...payolice. ia bulk. 17c. in cases 24c; engine distll
.\u25a0 l*!e. in \u25a0 drums 7'^c. Caws 7c more; 80 degree
. pasoline. ia bulk 30c, in cases 37% c; varnish
' liiaker*' and painters' naphtha: in bulk' 15c. in
: •'; Vases 22^ic. .' .- " .. :.>
•I- Turpentine — 35c'; ' pev pcllon-in «-a«es and
. SSc iv bulk, drum^ nn<! iron barrels.
. R^in— Ver bbl of 2*o lbs: E. $5.95; F. $9;
:\u25a0\u25a0 G, $:» 10; H. ?!>.15; I. $9.20.
.Red and White Lead— Bed. [email protected]; white.
&&6&34C per Ib. ,
... HEFINED SLOAU MARKET
. ':\u25a0 The- W<*Bt« 4 rn" t^ugar refining company quotes as
..•follows", rermti net c«*b: Standard fine prnnu
\u25a0" lsted.- 5.€5c: standard coarse granulated. 5.65 c:
" : . frjj 111 1 gr»m:laied, 5.C5c: cot loaf, io barrels twly,
. 7".C5c.; H. &. E. crystal dominos, 5 lb cartons in
cates, S.C5c; do in 2 1»» cartons in cases, 9.15 c;
'..-.monarch bsr, Cc; tablets. In half barrels, 6.15 c;
do" in bore*. 6:40 c: cub** and A crushed, ii.ftOc;
: hjonarch powdered. 5.75 c; XXXX powdered.
r>7sc;. candy cnnulated. 5.75 c; confectioners' A,
5.«5c: confectioners' crystals, 5.75 c; extra fine
(Translated. 5.45 c; magnolia A. 5.25 c; extra C.
5.15 c; jroidea C. 5.05 c; D. 4.95 c. Barrels and 00
lb bags iftc. half barrels 25c, boxes 00c more per
lOO.lbti than for baps of 100 lbs net. Bar in 35
and 40 lb tins $1.70 more, in 8 and 10 lb tins
$2.35 n>ore per '100 lbs than price for tola trade
la 100 rb bags.
The California and Hawaii sugar refining com
pany quotes as follows: Granulated basis, 5.65 c;
••Hlgrade" b^r. 6c; powdered, 5.75 c; A crushed.
S.9CK-; berry. 5.65 c; C. & H. extra fine granu
lated, 5.«5e; coarse dry granulated. 5.05 c; con
fectioners' a. 5.65 c; confectioners* crystal. 5.75 c;
rubes, 5.90 c; bricks. 0.90 c; extra fine dry prann
lsted (100 lbs bar* cnly>. 5.45 c; excelsior A,
n.25r; extra C. 5.15 c; golden C. 5.05 c; jellowD,
a 4..i0c: cut loaf, in barrels only. 7.65 c; H.& E.
\u25a0 rrysui deminos, 5 lb cartons, in cases, 8.65 c; do
lb cartons in cases, 9.15 c. Additional per 100
lbs: In barrels and 50 lb bags, 10c more; half
barrels, 25c more; boxe». 50c more for all grades.
Ear in :j5 and 40 lb tins. $1.70 more; In 10 lb
tins, $2.55 more. Minimum order, carload weight.
Xew ' York Produce
NEW YORK. Sept. I.— Hay— Dull.
Hides— Steady.
Petroleum — Steady.
Eaw eu£Bj — Steady; muscorado, SO. test.
3.32 c; centrifugal. 03 lest, 4.42 c; > molasses
sugar, f-9 te*t. 3.«7c.
Hcflned svgar — Steady. ',-';-•' »"-i
Coffee closed steady at a net gain of 10<g20
points; sales. 59.750 bags. September and Oc
tober 7.05 c, November Be. December B.loc, Janu
ary 8.12e. February 8.14 c. March ,«.ir»c, April
8.17 c, May S».loc, June 8.20 c, July 8.23 c, August
8.24<*. . ..
Spot firm; Rio No. 7. 10(31014 c: Santos No. 4,
10'* e. Mild .Jinn. Cordova, 10V4& 13c. .
Jiutter — Steady '\u25a0 and unchanged.
Cheese— Unsettled and unchanged.
Eggs — Firmer; state, Pennsylvania and nearby
hennery white. 28033 c; do gathered white. 26(5*
.30c; do hennery brown, 28®30e: do gathered
'brown, 25(325c; fresh gathered extra first, 24%
<S25Uc; firsts, 22%<523V4e; seconds, [email protected]
I>RIED FRUITS
Evaporated apples — Steady and rjuiet. Spot
fancy, lOt^llc; choice. 8%&9 c; prime, Si's
S%o: common to fair, [email protected]^4c.
Prunes— Quiet and firm. Quotations 3li<§loc
for Calif ornias up to-30-40s and S<W9VSjC ; for
Orerrons. .
Apricots — Quiet and unchanged. Choice, 10 U
<gil^ 4 c; extra choice, llVi<gl2%e. Fancy, 12
Peaches— Quiet and steady- Choice, 7c; extra
choice. 6«[email protected]; fancy. 1 S<a S^c.
Raisins — Quiet and firm. I«tse muscatels. 3%
<5.594 r ; choice to fancy seeded, 4%fi6^ic; seed
less, 4V4^|sV4c. London layers, $1.20*$ 1.23.
Chicago Dairy Produce Market
CHICAGO. Sept. 1. — Butter, steady; cream
eries. 24^ft|2«c; dairies, 251327 c. Eggs, steady
at mark, cases included, [email protected]: firsts. 20c;
prime firsts. 22c; receipts, 6,1'J7 cases. Cheese,
steady; daisies. 16<&16iic: twins. 15U<&15Mie:
Young Americas, ltjifc©^-'^; longhorns, lttfe
lCVic.
L.©« Anc«"li'» Produce Market -
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
IX>S ANGELES. Sept. 1. — The reduction yeß
terday in the price of eggs resulted in the supply
being exhausted and today prices were restored
to tbe former basis of 37c and 33c. Northern
cheese advanced Vie, and other brands were
higher. Butter was steady.
Receipts of produce were: Eggs 125 cases,
butter 8.344 pounds, cheese 752 pouDds, potatoes
562 sacks, beans 300 sacks, sweet potatoes 150
sacks.
•Cheese — Northern* fresh, [email protected]>^c; eastern
twins, 18Vac; eastern cbeddar. [email protected]; eastern
longborn, [email protected]; eastern daisy, 10c; swiss lm
; ported, [email protected]; swlss domestic, [email protected]; brick
\u25a0 cream. 19c; limburger, 20c.'
Butter — Creamery extra, 32% c lbi -«rsts, 31c
lb: ladle butter, 25c; cooking butter, 25c. "
Eggs — Local ranch candled firsts, -37c, case
count; eastern fresh, 30c; storage extras, 27c;
"storage seconds, 24c.
Beans— No. 1 pink. $6.75; No. 1* limas. $5;
Lady Washington, $4.75(0.5; small whites, $4.75;
bUckeyes, $5.50; garvanzas, $4.50; lentils, $6.50
<&7.
Potatoes— New potatoes, local stock, $1.25 per
ctl: highlands, [email protected] per ctl; Salinas.'
$1.65; local Burbanks, $1.50; sweet potatoes, $2
(J72.50 per ctl. s- \u25a0', \u25a0-;
Eastern Livestock Market
CHICAGO
CHICAGO. Sept. I.— Cattle— Receipts. 6.000.
Market steady. Beeves, $4.90ig5.40; Texas
steers.' $3.7sftjti; western steers. [email protected]:
stoekers and feeders, $4.10i5i6.25: cove and
heifers, $2.50'g6.60: calves, $7(<J9.25. •
Hogs — Receipts. 14.000. Market steady to,
strong. Light. $9.1069.70; mixed. [email protected]
heavy, $g.53(g9.40: rough, [email protected]; good to
choice heavy. JS.SOfg9.4O; pigs, [email protected]; bulk
of sales, $8.90(g9.20.
Sheep — Receipts. 15,000. Market strong to 10c
higher. Native. [email protected]; western, [email protected];
yearlings. $4.75^,5.75; lambs, native. [email protected];
rreslern do, [email protected]
KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY. Sept. I.— Cattle— Receipts,
6.000. Market steady. Native steers. [email protected]
8.25; native cows and heifers, $2,750:6.75;
stoekers and feeders. $3.25<56.25; bulls, $3.25fiy
4.10: calves. $4.50<jj5.50: western steers, $4.25^
7.50; western cowg, $2.75(g5.25.
Hogs— Receipts. 5.000. Market strong. Bulk
of sales. $9.30<g9.55; heavy. [email protected]; pack
er^ and butchers', $9.30^,9.55; light, $9.45(8
9.5 i. t
Sheep— Receipts. 6,000. Market steady. Mat
tons. $*©4.60; lambs. $5.50<g6.75^ fed wethers
and yearlings, $4<?j5.75; fed western ewes, $3.50
Q4.35. ! .
SOUTH OMAHA
SOUTH OMAHA. Sept. I.— Cattle— Receipts.
S.SOO. Market steady to easier. Native steers,
$ssiß: cows and heifers, [email protected]:- western steers,
$3.755r6.75: cows and beifers. $2.75^4.75; can
ncrs. $2.50(g3.25r utockers and feeders, [email protected]
6.30: calves, [email protected]; bulls, stags, etc.,
$3«J"..
Hog6 — Receipts. 7.600. Market 10c lower.
Heavy. $S.CO®K.9O: mixed. $5.70(55.90; light.
$5.90«i9.20; pigs, [email protected]; bulk of~"sales, ?5.65
«gS.W>.
Sheep— Receipts. 11.200. Market stcadv.
Yfarllngs. $4.fi0r45.40; wethers. $3.75^4.40
ewes. $3.60&4.C0; lambs. $6.25&6.75.
MISCELLANEOUS 3IARKET S
Cotton Market
NEW YORK. Sept. I.— E. F. Hutton & Co.'*
wire says: "With the opening of tbe new sea
son the old bear crowd are again showing fight
and opened thfir fall campaign today with an
assault on September. It had been noised about
that with tb* close of August the bull crowd I
would withdraw from the n>ld entirely and al- ',
low all the old crowd to take possession in a
peacpable . manner. . but today developments
would seem to indicate that they will at least
remain until' the end of September.
"Large blocks of September were thrown at
the bulls f.or>n after the opening, which were
tak<=n over on the Rcale down, this having been
their tactirs throughout the March. May. July
and August deals. It Is a little parly to fore
cast the outcome of the September d<»al. but
with all of the (southern spot, markets except a
few points in the Interior of Texas selling on
a haMs of 15c and sbove, landed New York, the
polling end would : seem to suggest a loss of
about $5 per bale, to start with.
••While prices may rule lower temporarily, we
twlipve that the distant options are a purchase
«n the scale dowD. as the law of supply and
demand will govern in the end and tbe lower
it sells now the higher it will have to sell in
the end.
"Hester places the commercial crop of the
spason of 1900-10 at 10,809.6<>S bales.
"The Journal of Commerce places the condk
lion of the cotton crop on average date of Au
gust at 70.7. a decline of 4.2 points and com
paring with 66 last year.. The 10 year average
is 73.7. season two to three w«>eks late. The
plant Ik generally small but well fruited. Seri
ous draught In Texas. 801 l weevils bad in
Louisiana. Other states free from inseetc."
Spot closed quiet. 200 points lower. Middling
uplands. 15.00 c; middling gulf, 15.75 c. Sale*.
£92 bales.
COTTON FUTURES
Option— Open nigh Loir Close
September ......14.15c 14.23 c 13.06 c l".9Sc
October 13.53 c 13.60 c 33.43 c 13.47 c
November ...;... .- JS.SSc
December 13. 47 c 13.51 c 13.3« c l.i!3Kc
Jsnuary 13.45 c 13.50 - 13.25 c 13.37 -
February : ,- 13.35 c
M»r<"h - 13. Me 13.67 c 13.44 c J3.45c
May 13.5Rc 13. 62 c: 13.50 c 13.51 c
Junp •• 13.50 c
JoJy .••\u25a0•- :..... 13.45 C
' —— — i — : \u25a0 '
London Wool Sale*
\u25a0 LONDON. Sept. I.— A sale of .sheepskins was
held here today. The attendance wag good and
there was a fair demand for tbe X.300 bales
offered. Prices were practically unchanged ex
cept f«r medium coarse brossbredc. which were
unchanged to i£d dearer, and Punta Arenan,
which ranged from unchanged to i£d lower. Fol
lowing are the sales and prices .obtained for
clothing and combing: • • . . •\u25a0 ...
New South Wales. 800 bales at 3Vi<i?S3id
Queensland, 200 bales «t Z%<as%d. ' •
Victoria, 1.800 bales at 4^©M. ' v,. 1
Sooth Australia. 1,400 bale* af3%(a9iad'
Tpsmania. 200 bales at 3<gß%d.
New Zealand. 2.J00 bales at 3Vi(SlO«4d.
Punta Arenas, 1,600 balesat 4*[email protected]»«d.
St. I^»niti Wool Market
ST. LOt : IS. £*pt. i. — Wool— Unchanged. Me
dium grades, combisg *nd ' clothing. 23524< > -
light fin*. Ifl»a21c; heavy fine, [email protected]; 'tub
washed,. [email protected] \u25a0 . . .\.'\. !.^,
. : Price of Spirits Advances
CINCINNATI. .Sept. I.— Tbe price of spirits
was today, advanced 3c, making the basis price
$1.35. ' ' '. •
A'evr York Metal Market
NEW. YORK. Sept. J.— Standard copper, dull
spot, September. October. November and Decem
ber. 12.15<312.30e. London quiet; spot, £55 12s
6d: futures, £56 S« Od.
Custom house returns showed exports of 27 974
tons for the month. Local dealers . reported a
quiet market for spot copper. Like, ]•> S7>i.?i
13c: electrolytic, 12.62V4«i12.75c; cistia;, 32.254
12.50 c.
Tin. easy: ppot, [email protected]*5e: Sep««'n'Vr
35.621iCi35.fi.>; October, 34.?5>g:'J5.(i50; Novem
ber. 34.. f >o^3s<»: December. 34.37>4W.V>c. London
firm; spot. £163 10s; futures. £158 • 5«. I»cal
sales, 5 tons of October at 35c.
I-ead. dull: spot. [email protected] New York, 4.25®
4.30 c East St. Louis. London, spot £12 30s'
Spelter, steady; spot. 5.37^4 <a.5.50c New Tork
5.22>4(g5.27%c East St. I^ufs. Sales. 100.000
pounds East St. Louis December and September
at r..22^jc. London, spot £22 15s.
Iron — Cleveland warrants, 4J)s 10U,d In London.
Locally Iron- was quiet. .\"<v 1 foundry northern
$1CǤ.16.50; No. 2, $I5.50(S;16: No. 1 southern
and No. 1 southern soft, $15.75tfi16.25.
.Vava] Stores— Turpentine nnd KoMn
SAVANNAH, Sept. I.— Turpentine— Firm;
sties. 591; receipts, 996; shipments, 127; stocks.
14.077. ,
Rosin — Firm; receipts, 3.011; shipments, 3.773;
stocks. 66.546; sales. 1.001. Quote: B. $5.80-
D. $5.53g3.90; E. $6; F, $6.03(3.6.07%: G, $6.h5
(116.10; H. $6.10© 6.15; I. $6.05(56.07%: • X
$6.20; M. $6.50; N, [email protected]; WG. $6.30®
6.90; WW. $7. , \u0084, W; \u0084.?f.
Chnnge of Planters
- Steamer Katherine—Late matter. M. S.- Mat
son; present master, Samuel Jorgenson. ;
Steamer. Sea Rover —Late master. H. s. Mar
shall; present master. E. A. Sandstrom.
LICENSES .
Schooner George E.; Billings —F. S.'Burkholm,
master; enrolled. - . .".'-_.* -.
Steamer Harold Dollar —J. McClements, mat
ter: enrolled. i
Steamer J. A., Chanslor—<s.; B.". Macdonald,
master; enrolled.' • • .. . .
REGISTERED
Schooner Allen A; Henrik - Henriksen. master.
Ship S. D. Collarton; J. M. Maclachlan, mas
ter. - jmmmmi*—OadWitdlLiM jm v m»*m«l
Memoranda
TOKYO, Sept. I.— Stmr Manchcrla has beende
layed -at Yokohama on account of ; one case - sus
pected- plague; \u25a0 expect . vessel will be detained 1
until Sept 3. . : \u25a0
THE -SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FBIDA^, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910. ,
MARIPOSA WILL BE
HERE ON SATURDAY
Among Those Coming From Ta
\u25a0- \u25a0 - \u25a0 . " \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'.
hiti Is United States Sena=
tor G.C. Perkins y
HE Oceanic steam
ship company's lin
er Mariposa, Cap
tain Hayward, is
heading, this way
from the south seas
and will be here to
morrow morning
with a big cargo
and a large number
of passengers. At
8 o'clock p. m. Fri
day. the Mariposa
was 697 miles from
the lightship with
all >on : board well,
the sky -bright and
the sea. smooth.
* On board the lin
er are 42 cabin pas
sengers and 25 in
steerage. Among the cabin passengers
is United States Senator George C. Per
kins, who made the round trip between
here and Papeete, for the benefit of his
health. A number of Los Angeles peo
ple who left here on the. Mariposa July
1 also are on the passenger list. The
Los Angeles party is in charge of Doc
tor Hibberd of the southern city. ...
In addition to the passengers who are
traveling for health and pleasure there
are on board -a number of immigrants,
business people and tourists from New.
Zealand and Australia. \u2666 *
Harbor Commission Meets
The complaint of Captain McLeod,
master of the bark Gerard C. Tobey,
that he had been overcharged at the
ferry for a ride in a taxicab owned by
William Duggan was taken up yester
day by the harbor commissioners. Sec
retary Thorpe was directed to refer the
complaint to the Taxicab Company of
California for an immediate explana
tion. Commissioner Dennison said that
if it were shown that the captain had
been overcharged the board would in
sist, upon the excess being v refunded :
an<T that if it were shown that the
skipper had been deliberately held up.
Duggan's taxicabs would be kept away
from the ferry depot.
Charles W. Munroe, engineer in the
revenue cutter service, asked for per
mission to -install a pipe line to the
barge office berth of the revenue cutter
Golden Gate, which has been converted
into an oil burner and which will be
in commission again in a few days.
The chief electrician reported the ro
cent scandalous behavior of the ferry,
clock and suggested that it be given
a thorough overhauling, which was or
dered.
Dr. H. Spiro informed the board that
he had a method- of coating piles with
concrete which insured their preserva
tion and a3ked permission to drive one
as a test at his own expense. His re
quest was referred to the engineer.
Boiler of the Phoenix Is Mlnslner
The cause of the explosion that
wrecked the steamer Phoenix will
never be known. When the inspectors
climbed into the shattered hull after
it had been pumped out they discovered
that the boiler was missing.. Tt is not
believed that the explosion blew the
boiler into the sea. but it is supposed
that the explosion so shattered the
boiler connections that when the vessel
turned turtle the boiler dropped to the
bottom of the ocean. The hull of the
steamer was practically unharmed. No
decision has been reached as to the dis
positiqn that will be made of the dere
lict.
" Official* to Return on the Nippon
Vice President M. Okawa and Man
aging Director M. Shiraishi of the Toyo
Kisen Kaisha will be passengers for
Japan on the ; Nippon Maru, which
leaves Here Tuesday. They camp to this
country to sever relations with the
Southern Pacific and to form an alli
ance with the -Western Pacific. The
Toyo Kisen Kaisha and the Western
Pacific will operate in conjunction after
the first of the new year, when the
Toyo Kisen Kaisha-Southern Pacific al
liance expires. The Nippon will carry
about 75 passengers and a large cargo.
Schooner** Captain Held Blanicleiu*
That Captain John Lappin was not
to blame for the grounding of the
schooner M. Turner on the shoals near
Kahului, Hawaii, April 1, was the de
cision rendered yesterday by Inspect
ors of -Hulls and Boilers" Bolles and
Bulger.
"The inspectors found that the ship
was deserted by the sailors and officers
with the exception of the captain, car
penter and mate, who remained aboard
until rescued by the revenue cutter
Thetis April 3. The inspectors stated
that the pilot bqat which was coming
toward the vessel turned and went
back to the harbor without offering
aid even after the M. Turner was. seen
to be signaling for assistance.
The damage to the vessel was deter
mined to be $2,000 and that to the
cargo $7,500. . - ...
\ Water" Front ZVotes
Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 1,7^30.000 feet.
The. Kosmos' liner Serapls, which
leaves .here Tuesday for Europe, ar
rived yesterday from the north to fin
ish loading and went direct to Port
Costa to receive a big shipment, of bar
ley for the United Kingdom. ' \u25a0
The Pacific Mail liner Siberia, which
is <iiie here Piinday morning, was 1,255
miles from port "at S o'clock p. m." Au
gust 31. ; • \u25a0 '"/-•-.-"\u25a0
,:.'(/-;'.; '-, tty. United Wireless
. /Thursday,; Sep-temberl.
STEAMEE SIBEHIA— From China, etc., for San
Francisco; Aug. 31, 8 p. m., 1,253"m11es off
San Francisco; all well.
STEAMER MASIPOSA— From Tahiti for San
Francisco: Aug.. 31. 8 p. m., 697 miles off
San Francisco lightship; moderate north-north
east wind and sea; barometer 29.95; temper
ature 66. -_'\u25a0;.' • - •
STEAMER COL. E. L. DRAKE— From San Fran
vCisco for Seattle; Aug. 31, 6 p. m.,25 miles
. south of Northwest Seal rocks; clear; fresh
northwest- wind; moderate sea; barometer
30.14; temperature/ 60. ./
STEAMER. ATLAS-^From S»n Francisco for Se
attle, with barge 93 in tow; Ang. 31, 6 p m
.off Blunts reef light: clear; fresh northwest
wind: moderate sea; barometer 30.30; temper
ature 60. . \ ' -
STEAMER SANTA RITA— From Honolulu for
Port San Luis; Aug. 30, 12 p. m., 300 miles
from Honolulu; all well.
BTEAMER SANTA MARIA— From Port San Luis
for San Francisco; Sept. 1, 8 a. m., at light
\u25a0 ship. :•: ,- . '_\u25a0_\u25a0* •
STEAMER MAVESICK— Left Point Richmond
3:23 p. m. for Seattle; 4:30 p. m.. off Tennes
see cove; light west wind; hazy; smooth sea;
barometer 29.50; temperature SS. '
/ X BWS OF.THB O CE AX
Exports bj- the Puebla
The steamer City of Puebla sailed for Victoria
Tuesday with cargo consigned to various British
American cities valued at $24,522 and Including
the following: -
128,350 lbs dried fruits, 70,950 lbs and 50 bxs
raisins, 245 pkgs , fresh fruits. 176 - pkgs ' vege
tables, 273 pkgs onions, 14 cs canned goods, 643
lbs cheese. 612 lbs chocolate. 765 lbs coffee, 15
cs eggs, 099 bales hay, 50,000 lbs salt. 653 gals
and 3 cs wine, 13 pkgs wagon -material. 10- cs
sewing machines. 6,740 lbs: sulphur,' 75 bbls and
2 cs oils, 3 pkgs machinery," rolls leather, 343 -
500 lbs grease, -15 pkgs drugs. .
- In addition to. the foregoing the steamer had
cargo as follows: - : ? . ;
For .Australia— 3,22o bxs apples, 25 bales hose
8 bales packing. 10 pkgs dry goods and 2 pkgs
machinery, valued at $9. 679. ,'. ;. \u25a0 : .
;For- New Zealand — 33 : bales '. hose. 12 - bales
packirig," 4 pkgs rubber goods, and 6 pkgs-ma
chinery; valued at $4,383.; .
" For Fanning Island— l 2 pkgs provisions ; and- 11
pkgs miscellaneous merchandise valued at $378.
- For Friendly - islands — 30 cs '-' canned . Roods, 2
bbls salmon,: tt- pkgs machinery, etc.; valued at
$192.- \u25a0 •\u25a0\u25a0 .x .-;. \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0• \u25a0 \u25a0 • \u25a0 . ;v ; \u25a0 ... . \u25a0 .... ,
For FIJI islands — 10 pkgs potatoes and 10 pkgs
onions valued at $36. .
A'-Carjco for; Honolulu
i 'The . steamer Wilhelmlna sailed for Honolulu
Wednesday, with <cargo; valued at . $251,774 and
lncludlng-the following: -
212 bbls flour, S.OS3 ctls barley. 27 ctls wheat
12.597 lbs and , 423 cs - bread. 3,829 lbs : beans'
5,100 lbs bran, ; 10,065 lbs butter, \u25a0 4.366 ; lbs and
18 pkgs -> cßf^se. 37 cs eggs, ;, 3.194". cs canned
(roods.' -33 ctls corn, 3,131 pkgs; fresh fnilts, 24
817J lbs | fresh .4,938 ; bales hay/: 8,603 • lbs
hams and bacon. 27,154 lbs and 15 pkgs lard/. 63 -
850 : lbs : middlings, 30,000 j lbs mealfalf a, 415
pkgs : potatoes.-: SO pkgs t onions, \u25a0. 183 \u25a0• pkgs * vege
tables,. 2,431 V lbs dressed ; poultry,' 1.221 < lbs I and
10 bxs dried -fruit.-. 10, 400. lbs :salr.: 450 cs;B2
bbls * and"; 25^ half 'bbls ? salmon,'- 1^8, 736* lbs : sugar "\u25a0
71 1 - lbs '\u25a0 tea, : 35.921 \u25a0• lbs and ; 38 'cs < meals.t 21.702
gals :• and s 2 cs wine, 50 . gals i and ; 9o ; cs whisky.
31 pkgs-:beer, 65 cs ginger a1e.,141 gals'.gin,
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
• \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 • \u25a0 \u25a0 . - \u25a0 .
15 es prape juice, S3 es mineral water, .25 :cs
vermouth, 16 ea and 2 bbjs- liquors, _734 pkgs
paints, 283 pkßs; wagon ; material, tiD.IUO lbs tin
plate, 3.561 lbs tobacco, * 2ti.es cigars and cigar
ettes,. 20 bbls tar, 30 pkgs sewing- machines, 23
cs stationery, 33 pkgs rubber goods, 38 cs phono
graph goods, 356 cs and 64 bbls oils,- 10 pkgs ma
chinery, \u25a0 G5 rolls learner, 60 bales j hose, 8 16 cs
bats, 55 cs boots and shoes. 207 pkRR dry 'goods,
10,000 flre bricks. • J04.425 lbs fertilizer. \u25a0": 104
pkgs, electrical goods. <i 38 pkgs drugs, 5. 500 bbls
crude oil, 1,000 es» kerosene, 8,50i> sks cement,
71. coils rope,: 55 pkgs car. material,: 100 bbls
asphalt, 10 pkg3 agricultural implements," 5 \u25a0auto
mobiles and 37 pkgs. parts. 'V
Tonnage Engagements
. The British ship Dunfermline,' : which arrived
here from Newcastle, N. S.-W.. Wednesday, was
Wiartered prior to arrival. for barley, to Europe at
23s 9d, with option of merchandise at 255.
The German steamer Wotan," .which arrived
from .the canal zone, with a cargo of scrag iron
Wednesday, is under time charter \u25a0 for . lumber
from Columbia river .to China, at £950.. The
steamer was chartered prior to arrival. . .-\u25a0> -•
- Tho schooner Willis -A. . Holden, . on Puget
sound, is engaged for lumber thence j to Santa
Rosalia. \u0084 \u25a0 • -' '
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE
* ' - \u25a0 From | Steamer g | Date
Willapa Harbor........! Carlos ........ Sept. 2
Portland & Astoria.... Rainier ....... Se.pt. 2
Humboldt: ..State of Cal. .. Sept.' 2
San Pedr0............. Hanalei ....... Sept. 2
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos. 8ay...... Sept. 2
Portland & Astoria Beaver Sept. . 2
Puget Sound Ports..... Queen ......... Sept. . 2
San Diego & Way Ports President ..... Sept. 2
San Pedr0....."........ Rose City.. .... Sept. 2
Hilo Hllonlan .......Sept. 2
Seattle .:. St. Nicholas .. Sept. 3
San Pedro ............ Vanguard ..... Sept. 3
San Pedro Centralia .'...-.. Sept. 3
Tahiti .Mariposa ...... Sept. 3
Portland 4; Astoria.. G. W. Elder.. .Sept. 3
Hllo .Nevadan .. Sept. 4
China & Japan Siberia .". Sept. 4
San Pedro ............ Ad. Sampson. .. Sept. 4
Mendouino & Pt. Arena Sea Foam ... . Sept. ',4
Humboldt ..... . Santa Clara ... Sept. 4
Sal. Cruz via S. Diego. Pleiades. Sept. 4
Puget Sound Ports Governor . . Sept. 4
Seattle & Tacoma Watson . .' Sept.: 4
Portland & Astoria . . ; . Roanoke Sept. 5
San Pedro ......* Santa Barbara. Sept J 5
Coos Bay M. F. Plant.. .Sept. 5
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa ...[Sept. 6
Honolulu Sierra :|Sept. '6
Wlllapa Harbor Daisy Sept. 6
Singapore via Japan... Winnebago .... Sept. 7
Portland & Astoria Bear, Sept." 7
Ssn Pedro Beaver ..Sept. 7
Portland & Astoria.... Yosemite ...... Sept. 7
New York via Aneon.. San Jose .-.;.... Sept. 8
Sau Pedro ...G.W. Elder. .. Sept. 8
Payta El Lobo .. Sept. 8
Point Arena & Albion. Porno ....Sept. 8
TO SAIL
Destination • | Steamer | Sails | Pier
September 2— r \u25a0• . '
Portland direct ....... Grays Herbr 5 pm 27,.
Los Angeles Ports.... . Carlos- ..... 4 pm 19
Coos Bay . . . Redondo • . . . 4 pm ....
Astoria & 'Portland... . Claremont .. 5 pm 27
Grays Harbor G. Lindauer. ....
September 3—3 — . ". \u25a0' \u25a0 '
Coquille Hlver Elizabeth ... 1 pm ....
Ix>s Angeles Ports...:. Tamalpais .. .2 pm 27
Los Angeles Ports..... Coronado ... 1 pm 21'
Astoria & Portland Washington s.pm 27
Humboldt 1...... Vanguard .. 1 pm 19
Grays \u25a0 Harbor : . . ... Norwood 2 pm ....
Humboldt :.. Slate of Cal. 4 pm 11
Humboldt North Fork.. 0 am 38
lAimboldt -....• '.... Centralia ... 3 pm '21
Astoria & Portland.. ... Rose City... 12 m 40
New York .via Ancon.. Newport ... 12 m 42
Puget Sound Ports President .. 2 pm "9
Los Angeles Ports..... G. W. Elder 7 pm 13
Los Angeles Ports..... Hanalel .... 3 pm 10
September \u25a0* — v :•;\u25a0>"
Point Arena & Albion: Porno ...... 6pm 4
Los Angeles Ports....: Beaver 9 am 40
September 5—5 — "":
Grays Harbor S. Barbara.. 4 pm 51
San Diego & Way Ports Governor ... 4 pml tf
San. Pedro & Way Ports Coos Bay' .. 4 pm 11
. September ft— '
Humboldt Santa Clara. 10 am 13
Astoria & Portland.... Roanoke ... 10 am 13
Hamburg & Way Ports Serapis .... 12 m 19
Astoria & Portland...: Northland .. 5 pm 19
Seattle & Tacoma..... Ad» Sampson .1 pra 10
Los Angeles Ports. ... .(Watson 10 am .10'
Japan & China...- (Nippon Maru lpm 42'
Puget Sound Ports..' [Queen . -. spm 3 '
September 7— r \u25a0 • , • >
I^vs Angeles Ports..... Yoseraite .. .... ....
Mexican Ports ..."....Curacao- {10am 11
Hawaiian i'orts Nevadan . .. ".flO am 27
Astoria & Portland Rainier .... 3 pm 21"
Mendoclno & Pt. Arena Sea » Foam. .. 4- pm 4
Coos Bay. M. F. Plant. 3pm 8
September S— - - ' . • • . \u25a0 ,\u25a0
Astoria & Portland.. .. Beaver 12. m 40
N. York via. Sal. Cruz. Pleiades ...JlO aiu .27
San Diego & Way PortsjSanta Rosa.jll am 9
" TO. SAIL FROM SEATTLE
. Destination '.| ; Steamer . | Date' .
Skagway & Way Ports. | Jefferson .......[Sept.- 3
Koaiak & Way Ports. . I Portland .... ..Sept. ' 5
Skagway & Way Ports. Cottage City ..[Sept. -6
Skagway & Way Ports. Humboldt .... .iSep't. &
Nome & St. Michael... Senator ...... |Sept. 9
Time Ball
United States branch hydrographic office, Mer-'
chants' Exchange, San Fraucisco.' September
\u25a0 l.iiftio. . \u25a0 ' \u25a0 . \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0••'. .
The . time ball on the roof of \u25a0 the . Fairmont
hotel was dropped today exactly at noon. Pa
cific standard time (120 th" meridian), or at Sh.
00m. 00s. Greenwich mean time. '• . \u25a0' .- -
. . J. C. BURNETT,
**-' .Lieutenant. U. S. N., in charge. \u25a0\u25a0 .
Sun, Moon and Tide
United States coast ' and geodetic survey— Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
'front (Mission street wharf) add 25 minutes.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2
Sun rises .-. ...V. f>:39
Sun sets . .V. .„' ;..'..' '..,... 6:40-
Moon'rises i ...4:11. a, m.'
New tnoon.. September 3, at &:57 a. m..
First quarter moon. .September 11; at 12:01 a.' m.
Tlmel ••\u25a0 ITimel ]Time|; ITtmel .
Sep IFt 1 !Ft I — -Ft )- — Ft
LW| |H Wl ,|L W| fH.W| -
2.; 4:25— 0.tt 11:31 • 4.8| 4:30 2.7 10:24 fi.7
3.. 5:05 —0.3 12:02 5.0 5:15 2.3 11:14 5;5
4.. 5:42 0.0 12:34 5.2 6:00 2.0 ...;...:.
• H W L W H W L -W
5. 0:02 5.3 6:18 0.5 1 :00 . 6.3 6:44 1.8
6 0:50 4.9 7:00 1.6 1:30 5.2 7:2S 1.6
T.. 1:37 4.5 7:33 1.6 1:56 5.2 8:12
S. 2:26 4.2 8:04 2.0 2:20 -5.0 8:50 1.4
U. S. Branch Hydrosraphlc Office
A branch of the United \u25a0 States hydrogranhlc
office, located in the Merchants' Exchange, is
maintained ' in San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality and free
of expense. • Navigators rfre 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 can always be obtained Re
garding lights, dangers to navigation and mat
ters of interest to ocean commerce.
7- J. C. BURNETT,
'' Lieutenant, U-' S. N., in charge.
HYDRO GRAPHIC OFFICE
PLACE |Ft. I Date | Remarks' |
.„ IIS" feet at mean low
Grays Har 17 Aug. 5 water in channel to
.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- : 'Aberdeen. \u25a0
Wlllapa B| 27 |Ang. . I|.. \u0084.....:.'....... .
Colum. R.| 29 |July 23|..... ..............
\u25a0:\u25a0-<\u25a0••\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 [ \u25a0' "~ |Bar buoy •to : right of
Nehalm R 0 July 10 entrance. Channel Ms
shifting -i to nor t h.
\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0 - ... - . very narrow, 150 ft.
Tillmkiß. ' 9 JJuly 5 IChanneK shifted 1 mile
\u25a0 -\u25a0-'- Vfty I -•-\u25a0-\u25a0'- I \u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0 I south in gale Nov. 28.
Yaqnlna J| 12 |Jnly 3| \u25a0\u25a0.:..:.\u25a0....;,...;
Sluslaw R| -.'\u25a0; 6 | Aug. 4 1 .....•.......:...:..
Umpqua R| 9 - | July 1 1 .... \u25a0.:......... ...
\u25a0' -•::• ..'^'- . ' '\u25a0 "' '• 12 12 feet -at low, tide to
Coos Bay. 18 June 22 North Bend:- 12: feet
\u25a0;'V.4 atlow tide to Marsh
,':'•'-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 :.'\u25a0 -\u25a0-\u25a0*-\u25a0> field.";"' ••'\u25a0.-•'-. -:'.. >.
Coqnilleßl 8 IJnne 30|ChanaeI straight.- . '
Rogue R.| 3 |Apr. 27 [Channel shifting, north.
Klamth R 5 Aug. \u25a0 lIC har m c 1 shifting- to
\u25a0 \u25a0 -]\u25a0: I 1 ; southward.^ -- ; '; ;
Hmbldt B 18 Aug. llShoal S00 : feet -WNW.
;[, "' \u25a0I " •\u25a0-\u25a0>' I :\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 blacks spar buoy. . :
S Pedro Bl .22 |Ang. 2 INo change In channel. >
S Diego B|'2B%|Apr.* :l|Nfr change in channel. *
S Pablo Bl 24 IDec. 1 (Depth In dredged chan- !
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SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of r: lnterest J:o Mariners
the Pacific
[Special^ Dispatch to ThelCaliyS \u25a0'
•..- EtJREKA, Sept: 1.-^-Arrivlng at 7 o'clock this
morning ;, from ' Portland,* .via > Astoria, ".and- de
parting %at / 3 : 15 * : o'clock ' this \u25a0 afternoon 'i on '- the
return * trip", north.-? was : : . the < North - Pacific J Coast
steamship • company's t steamer. 1 Eureka.".V-The - Eu-'
reka : carried * freight : and • passengers . on both the
incoming ; and outgoing i trips. . - . : . " • *
"\u25a0-* The J Pacific ; lumber .» company's i steamer .W: ,H.
Murphy ! arrived I from : San I Francisco shortly after
noon s today*' and* proceeded *to L the s Fields ; Landing
wharf ." where , a cargo of redwood ; lumber is to be
loadecl;'foritLe\returnLtrlp*Bouth.^c;; .; . "v '\u25a0\u25a0 i
> .: Arriving at 4 :03 o'clock this afternoon vras the
steamer ;Prentiss, -vrlth a small "cargo of 'mis
cellaneous freight- and a consignment of United
States mail. The Prentiss is to load lumber at
the Fields Landing wharf for the return trip
to San Francisco. , , %
The tug^ Hunger left port at 5:20 o'clock this
afternoon, bound* for. San Francisco, where the
tug is ,to undergo a complete overhauling be- |
fore heing^put Into the winter -towing service. \u25a0
.With : freight, \u25a0 mall and passengers . today \u25a0: tbe
Pacific Coast steamship company steamer State
of -, California • departed : for ' the metropolis this
morning at 11:30 o'clock. \u25a0 .- -
Shortly before .< 1 o'clock this afternoon the
steamer J.J. Loggle departed for San Francisco
from the Bucksport wharf with a cargo of red
wood lumber. \u25a0....-\u25a0 \u25a0 \u0084-' • -
I/>cal Agent L. C. Merritt of the North |
Pacific .steamship company has received word i
that Captain McClellan of the burned steamer
Kilburn will be. in command of the steamer Santa
Clara when that vessel arrives here tomorrow.
Sydney Aston, who was purser on the Kilburn,
will: act in the same capacity on the Santa
Clnra. "- .
Leaving- this morning- on the steamer . State
of California wer>e 137 cases of oysters from tbe
Morgan : oyster company beds in Area ta bay and
2Jo sacks of crabs caught 'oy the local fishermen
outside of the entrance of the bay. . The scarcity
of crabs continues;and the shipments are much
smaller than heretofore.
LOS ANGELES, Sept. I.— Arrived : Steamers
President, from San Diego; Klamath.' from St.
Helens; Centralia. from Ventura; Whlttler, from
Ventura; Santa Barbara,, from Aberdeen; James
S". Higgins, from Fort Bragg; schooner Alden
Besse, from Honolulu. . .
Sailed: Steamers President, for Seattle; Mel
ville Dollar, for San Francisco; Thomas L.
Wand, for Redondo Beach; Whlttier, for Ven
tura; Rose City, for Portland; National City, for
Fort Bragg; Centralia .and Vanguard, for Eu
reka: 11. H. Goldsborough and James S. Illggins.
for San Diego; Klamath, for San Diego; schooner
Forester, for Port Townsend.
PORTLAUD, Sept. 1. — Repairs to its rudder
being, now practically completed, the. . steamer
Roanoke, Captain- Dunham, .which went aground
in the smoke on the Columbia river last week,
will sail . tomorrow at 9 o'clock for San Diego.
It will carry passengers and freight.
The Norwegian steamer Sark has been fixed to
transport a cargo of lumber from this port for
Aiistralia. If is uuder charter to J. J. Moore
& Co. -;
After completing its lumber cargo at Rainier,
the Norwegian steamer Selja sailed this arter
noon' for, Manila by way o* Hongkong and Jap
anese ports. It went down to Rainier yesterday
afternoon. ' * :"
\u25a0 When it sailed this morning for Coos bay the
steamer Breakwater had 00 , passengers and a
full cargo of freight. At Astoria It Js to tak&
on 60 more' passengers.
PORTLAND, Sept. I.— Arrived: Steamer
Nome City, from San Pedro; steairers Yosemlte
and Washtenaw, from San Francisco.
Sailed — Steamer Breakwater, for Coos bay;
steamer Casco, from San Francisco.
ASTORIA', Sept. .I.— .Tank steamer Washtenaw i
arrived today from San- Francisco with a cargo
of crude "oil.
The lighthouse tender Columbine arrived today
fcom a trip to the sound.-
J Steamer Newport sailed this morning for Slus
law and other coast points. . :
Steam schooner Quinatilt sailed this morning
for "Raymond to load lumber. . '
1 Steam schooner Rainier sailed today for San j
Francisco with a cargo of lumber.
Steam schooner , Yosemite arrived .from San
Fraueisco this morning. -.
Steam schooner Johan " Poulsen arrived last
evening from San Francisco with general cargo.
Alaska Fisherman's packing company's steamer
North Star arrived Wednesday afternoon after
a 10 days' voyage from Nushacak river. I sailed
from there after towing out. the ship St. Francis
which. Is bringing the bulk" of the' company's sal
mon pack to this port. Ofl the previous day lt
towed outthe bark W. B. Flint, that Is en route
to San Francisco with salt salmon • and with a
shipment of the canned produce destined for Eu
rope. All of. the salmon fleet had left the river,
when the North Star sailed with the exception of
tho' Alaska, packers' association' steamer Nusha-'
?ak. - • '• . \u25a0 '- . * \u25a0
Steamer <Jeo. W. Elder sailed this morning for
San Francisco and San' Pedro .with freight and
passengers.; \u25a0 ' ; . ".
Norwegian steamship Selja will finish, taking
a cargo, of lumber at Rainier this .afternoon and
leave dow.n the river tonight. \u25a0 ' . \u25a0•' \u25a0 I
Steam schooner- Nome City arrived this'after
noon from San Francisco with cargo. ,
SEATTLE, "Sept. l'~ Arrived: Steamer Min
nesota, from Yokohama' arid -Hongkong; j steamer
Governor. , : from sound ports ;.'-- British • steamer
Prince .\u25a0 George, from Prince -Rupert; schooner
Seisin." from. Eagle Harbor. ..-\u25a0'•\u25a0\u25a0 ".: '• • • '•
Sailed— -Steamer Northwestern, for Valdez:
.British steamer Prijice. George, for . Portland
.canal: steamer.: Watson, for "San Francisco;
steamer Meteor, "for Dupont.. . . - -
VICTORIA, Sept.'!.— Wireless reports received
here today from, tbe Kanjakura Maru, from Yo
kohama for .Seattle-. , said that, the Japanese
steamship . was passing up the straits of 'Juan
del Fu<*a with- a- disabled- vessel in tow. .but. a
later message contradicted the first Informa
tion. The Kamak'ura Maru is \u25a0 fogbound " off the
Vancouver island coast.- .Owtng'^to the. heavy
fog Communication is .difficult.. .The Kamakiira
Maru is expected to -arrive 'here tomorrow, morn
ingl \u25a0 * .- : - : . . • .: •. ' .- '
• \u25a0 ABERDEEN! Sept. l.^H-Sr. Delanty. man
ager of the Grays Harbor stevedoring, company,
has returned from Raymond,.- Delanty reported
that the barks Amazon and Lahaina are being
loacle.d at. that. point, the Amazon for Valparaiso
and the Lahalna for Sydney, They will each
•carry ; about '3oo.ooo 'f?et- of.' lumber. "• '
\u25a0The schooner W. H. Talbbt, loading T.ooo,ooo
feet of lumber at the" Wilson mill, for .Brisbane,
will no.t be. ready to sail, until about the middle
\u25a0of . September. '\u25a0\u25a0 Jt is delayed by. .'getting the
grade' of intnber.that its consignment calls- for.
\u25a0 Steamer .Srea, loading 'at Wilson's, is sehed^
uled to sail tomorrow tot San Francisco. .
•Schooner Golden Shore- will- probably finish
loading, tomorrow. " •-. -. '-• \u25a0
Steamer . Santa Barbara arrived \ from Cali
fornia ports -with .freight and passengers; •
: Bark Hawaii is on Its way 'to the harbor. It
has been flxed-fora-cargo for Valparaiso.
Schooner William- Bowden Is loading at th»
Slade mill for Australia. :Itarrired Monday,
August 00. ' ' ' . . ... .
•Schooner Churchill Is due- in the" harbor. . . It
will load for the. west coast. - - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0' ••
Bark Chebalis, at the Lytle for Coqulmio, will
probably sail tomorrow." '
Schooner Americana is tied up at the" North
western mill. • \u25a0 ' •. ' \u25a0 . : • .
Bark "John Palmer 'arrived Monday. August 30,
from.San- Francisco and is loading- at the Na
tional mill for Sydney. - • ,-• . •\u25a0 .-•
. x Army- Transports , '.\u25a0
The.Buford is in port. "- '-''\u25a0• '''/\u25a0£-•\u25a0 ' '\u25a0\u25a0
The Crook is «t Manila. "\u25a0•- " '..
\u25a0 The Pix sailed July 31 from .Seattle for Ma
nlla. . - - . • •\u25a0 . - ; \u25a0 \u25a0
The Logan Is in port. "• " ' .' °-
The Sheridan. 'sailed August 5 for Manila -
.' The Sherman sailed August -31 from Nagasaki'
The Thomas is in port-.- • • • . \u25a0
The Warren Is at Manila, : \u25a0. ,
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED
i \u25a0 Thursday, September I.' •
i:o0 .p. m.. - strar North: Fork.- Nelson. 26
hours from Eureka ; 350,000 feet lumber to the
Charles' Nelson company. ." * • ...
2Lp. • m.. stmr /Doris, j Olsen; fU hours from
Raymond; 800,000 feet lumber to Sudden &" Chris-'
tensen." •-. . " . ; -,; •.
1 10:40 a. m.. stair Santa Maria, Curtis. 20 hours'
from Port San Luis; oil to Union oil company; up'
river -direct.-. ;v • '.-"-- '.- -'\u25a0\u25a0• • \u25a0\u25a0-.-\u25a0- *
: " 12:45 j>. m.". stmr Catania. Canty, 2 day 6 from
Astoria; ballast to W. O. Tibbetts."
• 8 a."- m., stmr San • Jacinto, Carlsen, •72 hours
from Hoqulam: -530.000 -feet lumber to E. K.
Wood, lumber. company. ' . • \u25a0 . .
6:50 a. m.. stmr Northland, Erickson; 60 hours
from Columbia river;. 720 tons wheat, 400,000 feet
lumber :. to E.-J. Dodge & Co. . • ' " .-,;
I 6:55 a. m., stmr Mandalay. Lofstrom, 37 hours
from Crescent City; bound south, put-in tp land
passengers. \u25a0•;:,;.•. ." \u25a0 :-.
- 7Va.",m.. Ger-stmr Serapis,. Wolther, 3 days
from Seattle; put In to 'finish loading.: -\
7:15 a. m.. stmr Porno, Llllelsnd, 14 hours from ]
Albion,; via/Point "Arena. 11. hours; passengers and
merchandise to Swayne & Hoyt.
-.7: 15: a. m'.., stmr Grays' Harbor. Anfindsen, 39
hours from Sau Pedro; ballast to Sudden & Chris
tenson. - •\u25a0 • -• •;\u25a0 --\u25a0:•• : - .-... .-..-.
•. ./CLEARED:
..Thursday. September 1.
•Ger.strar Wotan, Lorenien, Port. Townsend"
W. R.. Grace & Co. . . . . '
-\Bark- Andrew^Welch,- Kelly, Honolulu; Matson
navigation company. • : \u25a0 j \u25a0
\u25a0 \u25a0- •. ','\u25a0.\u25a0. --SAILED"-. : /.•: \ \u25a0
'\u25a0\u25a0 - : \u25a0-' : <\ \u25a0- . :r: r - " ." Thursday, September 1.-i-
V 7:30 p. m.. stmr Noyo.'Linder. 'Fort Bragg.
. 1:20 -p. m;, .U. S. stmr :. Sequoia, ' Bowman,
cruise. \u25a0-.\u25a0\u25a0•:.- \u25a0\u25a0 •\u25a0-.\u25a0\u25a0•.-.•\u25a0 \u25a0. :~-. -':\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ...
i*4:so p." m.,' stmr Ravalli. Tietjen." Eureka.
'\u25a0• : 6:25 p. m., stmr Tiverton, Bonlfleld, Port.Lud
low.--' • >.\u25a0 •\u25a0: : " \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0;\u25a0 \u25a0'",;\u25a0; .-\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0,, .
• • 11:25 a. ,m.,. stmr Santa Rosa,' Alexander, San
Diego. «•. . . '
•; 12 m.i stmr Mandalay.' Lofstrom. San Pedro.
12:10 p. m., stmr Westerner, ' Kelly/ Grays
Harbor. I-..;.---:.'.-. -r- • .-\u25a0'' \u25a0 .•> " •"\u25a0 \u25a0* "•\u25a0-. '•\u25a0'• •..-\u25a0 \u25a0••'-.
1 ;.I0:40 a. m., stmr.: Santa Clara, MeLellan, Eu
reka. - - '...'.:-/\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0."•\u25a0.">\u25a0 \u25a0::--.- \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 ::\u25a0 . -. \u25a0 .
3:45 a; m., stmr Fifleld. Jensen. -Bandon.. -
:C:25 p. m.; sehr Monterey,': Kelly," Monterey, in
tow tug Defiance. . \u0084
. 8 'a; \u25a0 m., schr , Washealore. . Pettersoni Coquille
river. '\u25a0\u25a0 -.. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'-. %\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 '-'.--\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0„;. \u25a0,•\u25a0..; .. . .;-.V.«™-ri-v
'-\u25a0;. ;\u25a0 :; spoken j . - < \ -\u25a0<:":•..•) ;
- Per stmr Grays Harbor — Aug. "31.: 10 miles off
Piedras .Blancas,'- tug ; Hercules.-' with - lo£ raft « ln
tow," from Columbia river . for ; San • Diego; \u25a0 small
;"v:,.: . \u25a0 weather reports; >" \
fe^POINT LOBOS;. Sept.il." 3 p~m.-T-Tb.lck; wind
S"W: velocity "B : miles an. honr. '\u25a0 ":•'•'•:--; - \u25a0>-\u25a0.•\u25a0 \ .-• -y
,-. POINT- IvOßOS.' Sept." I,' 9 a.':m.— Thlck;iwind
SW;.'. velocity -7- miles. an .'hour. . . • -...>'.,
f -.POINT.REYES,'; Sept. H;B a. m. — Foggy; wind
S;^ velocity. 8 miles anhour.
r<FARALLONES,'Kept.*i; 8 a: m.^-Cloudy; wind
NW;vveloclty'4.mileß,an:hour.; .'*.'; . •:
f. TATOOSH/ Sept.; 1; 8 a; \u25a0 m.— Foggy ; wind SE ;
velocity t) smiles an .hour. /- . •>";_• ".
V poiNT LOBoS,.Septri; 12 m;— Thick; -wind j
_SW; velocity t$ miles an hour.
TELEGRAPHIC
POINT LOBOS. Sept. 1, lti p. m.-^Weather
thick; wind NE;. velocity S miles an hour.
- - DOMESTIC PORTS
PORT SXN. LUIS— SaiIed Sept. 1, 2:30 a. m.—
Stmr. Coos Bay, , for San Francisco; 10 a. m.. Br
stmr Oberon.forjTaltal; C:3O p. m., stinr Wel
lesley, for San Francisco.
Arrived Sept. -1, 10:30 a. m.— Stmr WeUesley.
from Wilmington; 2 p. m.. stmr Lakme. from
Wilmington; 12 m., stmr Jim Butler, from Ta
conia. . •
ASTORIA— SaiIed Sept. 1, 7 a. m.— Strar Rai
nier, ' stmr Geo. W. Elder, for San Francisco;
stmr Quinanlt. for Wlllapa; S a. m., stmr New
port, j for Coos bay.
Arrived Sept. 1, 4 a. m. — Stmr Yosemlte. hence
Aug. 28. Aug. 31, S p. m. — Stmr Washtenaw,
from Port Sau Luis. .^SlStlfggamatK^
Sailed Sept. 1. C p. m. — Stmr Shoshone. for
San Francisco: stmr Breakwater, for Coos bay.
Arrived Sept. 1. 1 p. m. — Stmr Nome City,
hence Aug. 29. .
TOWNSEND— Arrived Sept. I— Schr Compeer,
from Altata: schr Commerce, from Redondo
Be"ach;»schr Salvator, hence Aug. 20; schr Tau
rus, from S"an Pedro.
SOUTH BEND— Arrived Sept. 1, 2 a. m.— Stmr
-Daisy, hence Aug. 28.
Sailed Sept. 1, 12 m.— Stmr Wlllapa, for San
Francisco. .'...» • -
Arrived Sept. 1, 1 p. m.— Stmr Qulnanlt. from
Astoria.
SANTA CRUZ— Arrived Aug. 31— Stmr Fulton,
from Moss landing.
TATOOSH— Passed In Sept. 1, 7:20 a. m.— Stmr
Minnesota, from Hongkong for Seattle; 9 a. m.,
Jap stmr Kamakura Maru, from Kobe for Seat
tle.
Passed out Aug. 31, 7 p.'m. — Stmr Queen, from
Seattle, etc., for S"an Francisco.
MOSS LANDlNG— Arrived Aug. 31, p. m.—
Stmr Tahoe, from San Diego.
To sail Sept. 1, 3'p. m. — Stmr Tahoe, for San
Francisco.
SAN PEDRO— Arrived Sept. I— Stmr Santa
Barbara, from Redoado Beach; stmr President,
from San.D iego: bark Alden Besse, from Hono
lulu; stmr James S. Higgins. hence Aug. 30;
stmr Klamath, . hence Ang. 30; stmr Centralia.
from Ventura.
Sailed Sept. I— Stmr President, stmr Centralia,
schr Forester, stmr Rose City, for San Francisco.
Sailed Sept. I—Stmr1 — Stmr Thomas L. Wand, for
Redondo Beach; stmr National City, stmr-Mel
ville Dollar, for San Francisco; stmr Klamata.
for .
RAYMOND— SaiIed Sept. 1, 11 a. m.— Stnxr
Willapa. for San Francisco.
EUREKA— SaiIed Sept. 1. 11 a. m.— Stmr
State of California, for San Francisco; tug Uan
ger, for . San Francisco.
Arrived Sept. 1, 7 al m. — Stmr Eureka,' from
Astoria.
Arrived Stept. 1, '4 p. m. — Stmr Prentiss. hence
Aug. 31; 1 p. m., stmr Wm. H. Murphy, from
San Pedro.
Sailed Sept. 1, 3 p. m. — Stmr Eureka, for As
toria: 1 p. m.. stmr J. J. Loggle. for San Pedro.
SEATTLE— Arrived Sept. I— Schr Salem, from
Port Townsend.
Sailed Aug. SI, 0 p. m.— Stmr City of Seattle,
for Skagway.
Arrived Sept. 1, 6 p. m. — Stmr Minnesota,
from Honckon?.
Sailed Sept. 1, 2 p. m. — Stmr Watson, for San
Francisco: 4 p. m.. stmr Lucy Neff. for .
. EVERETT— Arrived Sept. I— Schr Taurui .
from San Pedro.
Sailed Sept.. l— Stmr Tallac, for San Francisco.
ABERDEEN— Arrived Aug. 31— Schr Ameri
cana, from San Pedro: schr Forest Home, hence
Aug." 15; schr Lizzie Vance, hence Aug. IS; schr
Dauntless, hence Aug. 14. Sept. I— Stmr Daisy
Freeman, hence Aug. 29; schr Defender, hence
: Aug. IS.- . %
Sailed Aug. 31 — Stmr Coronado, for San Pedro.
REDONDO BEACH — Arrived- Sept. I— Stmr
Raymond, from San Pedro; stmr George Loomis,
hence Aug. 30.
Sailed Sept. I— Stmr Raymond, . stmr George
Loomis. for San Francisco.. . •
SKAGWAY— Arrived Ausr. 31. 1:30 p. m.—
StmrCottaae City, from Seattle.
WRANGELL— Arrived Aug. 31. 3 p. m.— Stmr
Dolphin, from Seattle.
" CORDOVA— Arrived Attg. d. 0 a. m.— Stmr
Alameda. from Seattle. .
Arrived Sept. 1. 10 a. m.— U. S. stmr Alba
tross', from Seattle.
VALDEZ— Arrived Ang. 31, 10 p.- m.— Stmr
Alameda. from Seattle. ' • - 'i. : -
Sailed Sept. 1, 0 a. m.— Stmr Alameda, for
Seattle. : • -.."'\u25a0.
TACOMA— Sailed Sept. I— Stmrs Governor and
Watson, for Seattle.
- FORT BRAGG — Arrived Sept. I—Stmr1 — Stmr Bruns
wick, hence Aug. 31. . _ '
EASTERN PORTS
PHILADELPHIA— Arrived Aug. 31— Stmr
American, from Puerto Mexico.^
FOREIGN PORTS
CALLAQ—^Arrived Aug. 31— Schr Win. Notting
ham, from Seattle. .: 22 „ '».',
SAUNA CRl'Z— Arrived Aug. 30— Stmr \lr
ginian'. from 11110. . ' »• : •\u0084 -\"".
\u25a0 ANTWERP— SaiIed Aug>3l— Fr bark MacMa
hori. for San Francisco. .- '.-•:
. BREST— Sailed Aug. 2S— Fr bark Edouard De
taille. for San Francisco. :"".'•_"
HOBART— Sailed Aug. 2S— Fr bark Canne
biere. for Oregon. . ;\u25a0"; \u25a0" \u25a0 ' = .
YOKOHAMA— Arrived Aug. 31 — Nor stmr
Rygja. from Portland. .
SUEZ— Arrived Sept. I— Br stmr Keemun.
from Seattle for Liverpool.^
HAKODATE— SaiIed Aug. 27— Nor stmrHenrik
Ibsen, for Portland. [\u25a0 :^..
. OCEAN STEAMERS '
HAMBURG— Arrived Aug. SO— -Stmr Prinz
Oskar. from Montreal. . :
Sailed Aug. 31— Stmr Deutschland, for New
SOUTHAMPTON— Arrived Sept. I— Stmr Adri
atic, from New Y«rk. \u25a0- : • - \u25a0
i UVERPOOL-^-Sailed Sept. I— Stmr Lake Mani
toba, for -Montreal. •\u25a0 . . > • :v*_ , ' .
: BRISTOL-^Salled Sept. I— Stmr Royal Ed
ward, for Montreal. : - -
NEW YORK— Sailed Sept. I— Stmr La Lor
raine,' for Havre; stmr Grosser Kurfurst, for
Bremen: stmr Campania, for Rotterdam; stmr
Oscar 11, for Copenhagen.
: Arrived. Septl I— Stmr Lusitania, from Uver-
Arrived Sept. I— Stmr Cymric, from
Liverpool and Queenstown. . \u25a0
~ GENpA— Arrived Aug. 2S— Stmr Federica,
rCOPENHAGEN'r COPENHAGEN'— Arrived Aug. 30 — Stmr United
States/ from New York. „»
QUEENSTOWN— S'aIIed Sept. I— Stmr Frles
land.for- Philadelphia; stmr Majestic, for New
York. . " .- ' : •': •-^
Weather Report
United- States Department of Agriculture —
Weather Bureau. San Francisco,' Sept. .1. 1910.
\u25a0PACIFIC COAST STATIONS '
STATIONS V 8- f STATIONS 'g h J
Boise ../. . 70 52 .00 Reno! ..... 84 48 .00
Eureka ... 5S 52 .00 Rosebnrg . 7<> 4S .00
Flagstaff .-• 76 44 .00 Sac'mento 02 5« \u25a0 .00
Fresno ...;102 62 .00 Salt. Lake.. S2 66 .00
Helena ... 4S 46 .36 I San Diego. $2 66 .<V>
l'd'p'ence . 92 56 .00 San Fran... 64 4S <.00
Kalispell •-..- 52... .10 San Jose.. 86 44 .00
L; Angeles: 02 6S .00 S.L. Obispo 52... .00
Marshfield 64 54 .00 SE. Faral'n 52 4S .00
Modena ... .82 -52 .00 Spokane .. -66 52 .00
Mt. T'lpais S4 67 .00 Tafoma ... 66 52 .CO
N'rtn Head 54 •52 .00 Tatoosh ... /.. 48 ..„
Phoenix ..104 74 .00 Tonopah .. 82 60 .00
Pocatello . :70 5A .00 Walla 72 54 .Crt
Pt Rys Lt. 54 47 :00 Wln'm'cca 82 48 .00
Portland. .-. 71 50 -.00 Yuma .....110 71 .00
Red Blug. 02 60 .00 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0
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Abilene ... 94 72 .00 KnoxvUle . 86 WL .00
Atlari. City 76 7Q .'2O Louisville - 86 70 .OS
Boston -...- 70 64 .4-8 Memphis .. 92 72 .00
Buffalo ... 70 58 .00 M'tß'merj 92 72 .00
Charleston. SS 76 .00 Montreal .. 66 52 .00
Chicago... R? 64 .00-iMoorhead *. 78 4$ .00
Denver ..- .?8 56 .00 N. . Orleans 84 78 .93
Dea Molnes 72 56 .00 New York. 70 68 .38
Dodge- City 82 62 .00 Nor. Platte 74 58 .00
Duluth' ... 64 50 .00 Oklahoma-. 06 72 .00
Durango . . 76 48 .00 Pittsburg . 76 66 .00
Eastport •"•..' 6S 52 .00 Roswell .. 00 64 .00
Galveston . 86 80 .46 St. Louis.. 78 «4 .00
Green Bay. 66 54 .00 ISt/ Paul... 76.M..W
Hatteras -. 84 74 .00 Tampa .... 90 74 .00
Havre ..--. 62 48 .00 Toledo .... 66 56 .o»i
Huron ... 70 56 .00 Wash'tnn . SO 70 1.14
J'ks'nvllle 00 76 .02 Wlnnipeff . 58 50 Tr.
K'ns'gClty 66 5S .50' [
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
•"•":,: Rain has ' f Allen ""\u25a0 in Montana and In Missouri,
but ? otherwise the weather has • been fair : and
i warm over most of the country west of the
Mississippi. In the Atlantic coast states and
along the gulf. the weather is unsettled. .Rain
has fallen, from Jacksonville to Boston. At
Washington - 1.14 inches -are- reported. There
has been :, a sharp drop ; In pressure along the
Virginia and New JeTsey coast, and , there are
indications of «a development of a disturbance in
that section. ; . . ' .
unusually -high temperatures have occurred
at eastern points. There has been* sharp fall
throughout - th« northwestern . states, except
throughout .western Washington and western Ore
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.-In- California the" weather " continues moder
ately :warm, " with, afternoon temperatures in the
great. valley ranging from 92 to 102 decrees. -At
.Los: Angeles, a jaiaximum temperature, of 92 is
reported and at San Diego 82. :. "-,
The relative humidity at Red Bluff was 28 and
at Fresno 2C per cent.
FORECAST HBQBPSsi
San Francisco and vicinity— Fair Friday, with
fog In :- the > morning i and • at ' night ; . light south,
wind." changing., to brisk 'west: > \u25a0, . .;
:: * Santa • Clara - valley — Fair r Friday, continued
warm;, light north TrlntlfTTlfyP"T""lliri3MTiTr 111 l
."; Sacramento v valley r-Falr Friday,, continued
.warm;; light north; winds.
•San-? Joaquln* valley — Fair Friday, 'continued
wannrlight north' winds: . .v;t\ : - •\u25a0» \u25a0-.• ' .
- 1 ".- California ;*oatb J of s the ;Tehachapl-^-Falr"; Tehachapl-^-Falr " ; Fri
day ,l continued warm ; light, north wind,' changing
tO SOUth."' UV-'^'C" -'.\u25a0*.-" \u25a0.'. — ;£.;.--; .\u25a0•\u25a0•» ;. \u0084-,:
-A. G.McADIE, District Forecaster.;;
AUCTION SALES
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
The foUowlns property will be sold «t Public
Auction for tne account of Southern P»ct3e C«»
and whom it m«y concern, today.
-FRIDAY,
Sept. 2. 1910. at 10 o'clock a. m.. and con.
tlnutng at the same boar ddlly until tn« salj -
has been completed, at the
OCCIDENTAL PUBLIC WARE-
HOUSE,
Berry street between Third and Fourth street*.
San Francisco. Cal.. where said goods ar* beld
and stored. t« pay freigat ami storage and otatt
lawful charges thereon.
EDGAR J. DEPUE.
3,500 PIECES OF UNCLAIMED BAGGAG:
Consisting of trunks, boxes, suitcases, vailse*.*
nampers. babj carrlajes, bicycles, overcoats.
furs, nnabrellas. «tc.
Also 325 LOTS OF UNCLAIMED FREIGIir
Consisting of groceries, machinery, lumber,
household goods, furniture, liquor, gUsswax*
and hardware. For detailed list see Recorder o£
August 23. 1910.
J. W. SOUTHER, Auctioneer.
5^ AT PUBLIC AUCTION;^
Saturday. Sept. 3. at 11 a. m.. 54 bead of
horses, mares, mules and ponies for all purpose*,
wagons, busjrles and harness. All stock must.be
as represented and hooked up after sale. 357 4th
St.. Oakland.

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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
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Walter Bayley Powell and wife t» Edward
Mills Adams, lots S and 9. block B, Lakerlew;
$10.
Ida M. Hubbs to Mary C Osborne. lot at SW
corner of Eighta avenue and Clement street. Vf.
30 by N 7S; JIO.
Frederic J. H. nickon to Henrietta Elekon.
lot at SW corner of Page street and Central
avenue. N 25:8 by W 90:3: gift.
S Marie A. Bermel to John Bermel. half of lot
In N line of Alma avenu*. 123:7% W of Col*
street. W 25 by X 124:11; gift.
Pietro C. Rossi and wife to Andrew OUmour.
lot in E line of Thirty-second avenue,' 150 S of I
street. S 50 by E 120; $10. .
F. C. Wegener to Carrie I*. Koster. lot in SW
line of Sixth street. 205 XW of Harrison. NW
40 by SW 120. and one other piece; $10.
Same to Louisa Wegener. lot in XB-'line of
Columbia square. 125 SE of Folsom street, SB
112:6 by XE 120. and other property; $UK .
Margaret A_ Barry to William E. thigan. lot
in W line of Thirty-seventh avenue, 250 3 of U
Street. 525 by W 120; $10. . •' ' \u25a0 •
John Samuelsoo and wife to James Brown and
wife, lot 18. block 1. College Hill tract: $10.
William H. McDaniel and wife to L*wT«»nc«»
O'Connell. lot la W line of Fifth avenue. 275 S
of.l street. 525 by. W 120; $10. . • •
Amelia Seirke to James E. Martin and wife,
lot in E line of Dellon street. 210 S of Sevea
teentn. X 23 by E SO: $10. -
Geortre J. Thomas to Hanna J. Kocke. lot In W.
line of Fifteenth avence. 90.03 X of U street. W
90. X 34.94. SE 80.19. 8 SO; $10.
Edward Verdler and wife to Michael W. Far.
lot in E line of Fifth avenue, 175 S of .Geary
street. S 23 by E 120; $10.
Elizabeth G. Baldwin to Frank A. Wtlklns.
lot in X line of Tnlon street. 5O W Of Devisa
dero. W 40 by X 137:6, and one (^her piece; $10.
Boston investment company to Carrie B.
Brown, lot 24, West Clay park; $10.
Ida Carrara to Leopold Weinstein. lot 12, WocK
17. Railroad Avenue homestead; $1.
Gaetano Gianninl to Leopold Weinstein. lot Ia
SW line of Berlin street. 100 XW of Sllliman.
XW oO by SW 120. and five oth<r pieces: $4,100.
Central trust company of California to Fred
erick J. Delatour. lot 34. block 10. Hillcrest; $10.
Bay Shore buildlns company t» Otto A. Schulz.
lot 10. block 53. Rels tract: grant.
C. Meyer estate company to William Henry
Spencer and wife, lot 15, block O, Mission Street
land company; $10.
Parkstde realty company to J. H. Harbour. lot
at SW corner of T street and Twenty-sixth aye
nue. W 32:6 by S 100: $10.
Same to George Schafer and wife, lot In B
line of Thirty-thtrd avenue, 073 N of T street.
X 23 by E 120: $10. -
Same to Ruby Henrietta Sea top et al., lot at
XE corner of U street and Twenty-sixta avenue.
E 32:6 by X 10O; $10.
Parkstde realty company to Charles F. Kohter
and wife, lot ia E line of Twenty-sixth avenue.:
173 XW of W street. Xsoby E 120: $10. :
Mary P. Loastaonau to Bernard P. Loustaunan.
lot in* X liDe of Cherry street and XE line of
lot IG. block o. Mission and Thirtieth street
homestead union. XW 142:3'^, SW 11, SE to.
Chenery street. E 33:0; $10.
William de Budge to Pewev Coffin, lot In XW
line of Londoo street. 125 XE of Brazil aven«e,.
XE 25 by XW 100; $10.
Dewey Coffin and wife to William de Bud;e.
lot 1. block 9. De Boom tract; $10.
Dewey and Lurllne Coffin to L. H. Molse. lot
in XW line of London street. 123 XE of Brazil
avenue. XE 23 by XW 100; $10. • .-.. :•
Thomas K. Ul>akn and wife to Franc** Har
rensteln. lot in XE line of lot 19. block 32. Fair
mount, at a poiat SO XW of Bemis street, XW
80. SW 62. SE 09. XE 60: $10.
Jamea D. Whitney to Minnie L. Whitney, lot
in X line of Eighteenth street. 25 E of Shotwell.
E 4.S by X 75, and one other piece: gift.
Ro»e Hogan to Mary E. Soanes et si., lot in
W line of Second avenue. 100 X of Clement
street. X 25 by W 120: gift.
Rose Hogan to Mary E. Soanes et al.. lot la
W line of Lajmna street. 137:6 X of O'Farrell.
S 21:6-by W 137:6: gift.
William W. Brownell et al. to Henry A. Lin-,
ter. lot in E line of Twenty-first avenue. 130 S
of P street. S2sby E 120: $10. ; •
Mary A. Maxwell to Edna Maxwell et- al
lots IS and 14. block 121 tt, bounded on X by U
street. E by Forty-third avenue. S by V street
and W bj Forty-fourth avenue; $10.
August G. M. Bruns to Gerhard Bruns. lot at
XE corner of Lafayette and Hanover streets, E
17S by X !««:«: $10.
Mary H. Vldall to John H. Finn, lot In W line
of Forty-third avenue. 23 S of R street. S 23 by.
W 120; $10.
Thomas L. O'Xelll Jr. et al. to Llnni» M. Bar*:
rett. lot In SW line of Rltch street. 230 SE of;
Folsom. SE»23 by SW 73: $10. V
Arsronaut building and loan association to John.
R. Gllbey. lot 239, Cobb tract: $l<>. •« -. ;;
Theresa Sheridan to. Benjamin Sheridan, lot at
XW corner of Holloway. street and Brighton^
avenue. W 25 by X 100; $10. \u25a0\u25a0-%\u25a0
Eugene L. Swift to James P. Burke, lot t;.
block 4. ReU tract, and two other pieces; $10. .
Airerican land and trust company to J. .W. \u25a0
Wright & Sons Investment company, lot ia B
line of Thirty-seventh avenue. 100 X of P;
street. X 25 by E 30. and four other pieces r $10. •
J. W. Wright £ Sons investment company to!
Margaret Lindsay, lot in E line of Thirty eighth
avenue. 125 X of A street. X 25 by E 120: $10.
George Kreg to J. W. Wright & Sons invest
ment company. lot In W line of Thirtieth ave
nue. 200 Sof I, street. S23by W 120; J1& .
Raphael Zelinsky and wife to Ira A- llesse.
lofln S line of Lombard street. 25-W of Eferc*;-
W 59:7 by S 90; $10. . '\u25a0 :. ••-•'.
Hnlda G. Johnson to Franklin r*alty company. •
lot at SE corner of Fell and Franklin streets. N
30 by S 120; $10. ' .. :
William H. Emery and wife to Wilson Lyfordi
lot In SE line of Bemls street, 115 XE of Roaa
oke. XE 23 by SE 100; $10. . .
Elizabeth W. Davidson et al. to John Rippa
and wife, lot at SW corner of Fifteenth \u25a0 and
Shotwell streets. W 80 by S 110; $10. , . --.;.,
Catherine Burns to Ruth Burns, lot la W linfl
of HampshiM street. 97:6 N of Twenty-second.
X 23 by..W 100; gift. . • \u25a0 . ; \u25a0
Dulldlnsr Contract* ' ' .
Max Levy with Charles Wright—All work, ex
cept plumbing, wiring and glazing, for two «b»
story and basement reinforced concrete- bniMlags
In S line of Sntter street, ISO E of Stockton.
E 100 by S 120: $13.«U2. ' . . •'. ..
Estate of MJeheletti with Pan Francisco "^con
crete company—Grading, concrete and. cement
work for a two story and basement class C
building at SW comer of Davis and Clark!
streets. W 69 by S 60; $7,2.V>.
R. H. Hunter with A. E. Olsea—;All work, ex
cept painting and grading, for a on* story and
basement building in W line of Douglass street.
51:« Nof Alvarado; $1,2*0.
Paul E. and Georse V. Biber and Anale B.
Freshwaters with MrLeran & Peterson. James
S. F&nneil. George F. Bernard. Conlln & Rob
erts, Decker 4; Johnson and W. Schaefer—To>
erect * five story and basement brick apartment
house In X line of Sutter street. 88:9 E of Jon<»s.
E «S:9. N 137:6, W 137:6. S 12:6, E 65:9, S 123;
$79,010. "
The Sisters of Mercy with E. M". Huie £ Co.—
Grading for St. Mary's hospital building *t XE
corner of Haven and Stanyan streets, N 273 by
E 412:«: $4,200. \u25a0
Tbe Coliseum amusement company with H. W.
Johns-Manville company—Two ply J. M. Regal
-©o£ns ?cr building !a E lln» of Bafcar »t»aai h-»
tween Oak and Fell; $1.722.
I E.F. HUTTON SCO.
490 Califoraia St. Tel. Donslas 2457
St. Francis Hotel. Tel. Donslas 3953
Members of New York Stock Exchange
Pioneer House
Private Wire to Chleaso
' and. Xew York,
n. E. MULCAHY; 3lanaser.
Private» Wire—New York, Chlcaeo,
Western Union Code
J. C. WILSON
"*^ MEMBER
JEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE .
- CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
THE STOCK AXD BOND EXCHA.NGE,
'~ -•'\u25a0- .- SAX FRAXCISCO
Slain Ofllce* SlUlsßlds;^*-San Franelseo.
Branch Ofllces—Palace \u25a0 Hotel (main
corridor), San Francisco } Hotel Alexan*
drla, Los Anseles, " CaL
. Corre«pondent«—Harris, Wlnthrop Jt
Co M New York* ? Clilcajo, . London anil
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