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COMMERCIAL AHDMARK^PMB^S
Jfagon homes, 1.250 to 1.350 lbs 173Q200
Oelirerj- wspon horse*. 1.050 to 1,250.. 125R150
Oeeirable farm mares.... 13301.t0
Farm workers .......•...;.....'.. 73Q1Q0
MULES. MEDIUM TO EXTRA
t R - * t0 7 ***** $125®1.V)
1.000 lbs. 4 to 7 years 150<ai75
1.100 lbs. 4 to 7 year* 2000225
1.2001b*. 4 to 7 years 2500300
Or« 7'3-Mrs ©la range from $13 to $25 lower. •
Z^ote — Shipper* to ibl* raerket most hare horse*
close to tj-pe. witn aje. Done conformation and
ktyie. to conuaaad extreme quotations. -r \u25a0 .
Bn(t«, Cheese and Earsr»*
Top quality table batter was »4e a pound
higher yesterday, while strictly fine "fresh ranch
egga cropped i aC a dozen. Tbe bntter market
merely regained the He lost on the preceding
«ay. small sales under the call oa change sending
the price back to 36'4c a pound. .' Eggs suddenly
developed an easier t'oae. some receivers having
larger storks of extras on band than they could
Jjeadily ('.ispos-e of in regular trade channels
These handlers started a nelllng movement that
**nt the price down to 4«Vic a dozen. The de
cline was Plight, considering tbe pressure to
sell. There was nothing new in cheese. . .
i'^ies on the exchange were as follows: '
Butter— 2o cases of extras •at 36i$c a pound
and 10 cubes on the informal call at the same
Tate. • -
Eggs— !0 cases of extras at 45^C. 40 at 45c.
SO at 4-Ji«..e end 20 cases of selected pullets on
the Informal call at 34^e a. dozen.
Cbfeese — 50 fancy Young Americas at 17c a
pound.
Receipts were 20.000 ponnds of butter, 20,000
pounds of cheese and 774 ca*es of eggs.
Tb« following are the official quotations estab
lished on the floor of the dairy exchange. Prices
in tbe street, while governed by the exchange
quotations. gener»l!y range from l»4e to 2e
higher, owing to tbe varloos charges to be added:
BUTTER. PER POUND
Grades — Oct. 10 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 14
Fresh extras.. B>>c 36»ie 86c 36^c
Firsts 32c 32c 32c 32c
Seconds 29c 29c 29e 29c
Extra storage. 30".c SO^c 30He SO^c
Cbeese— California fancy flats. 17c per Ift.
steady; do firsts. 15Hc, «teady: do seconds. I3c.
steady: fancy. Young Americas. 17c, firm; do
firsts. 13Hc firm: Oregon flat*. 16^e. firm: Cali
fornia storage flats, 15c, eteady; Wisconsin dais
ies. ISc. steady.
Eggs — Califorala fresh, per dozen, cases ia
claded: .
Orafles — Oct. 10. Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 14
Extras 45V$C 45c 45c 44^c
firsts 42c 42e 42c 42c
Seconds 30c SOc 30c 50<"
Storage extras. 30c 30c SOc 30c t
.Portland Batter Market
PORTLAND. Oct. 14. — City creamery cubes,
£3<336c; prints. [email protected]; store, [email protected] "
Eks Market in Vcarby Counties
[Special Dispatch, to The Call]
PETALrsiA. Oct. 14.— The market for eggs
showed a declUw» of J 4c below yesterday's prices
after" receipt Iff quotations from the San Fran
cisco dairy exchange. The Petaluma egg ex
change paid 43V>c for first grade. Independent
dealers and speculators paid 43c to 49c. sccord
iag to grade. The weather is warm and receipts
bere good. A good demand Is^sreported by nil
buyers.
• SANTA CRUZ. Oct. 14. — Eggs show no ten
• <3ency to shift in price, even with the supply
above tbe average. Wholesalers demand 45c per
dozen for first grade eggs, while the retail price
varies from 40c to 42c per dozen.
Potatoeit, Onions and Vegetables
Vegetable handlers who were holding toma
toes for stiff rates on Thursday 1n expectation of
light arrivals yesterday were disappointed, for
there were nearly 3.000 boxes received up to
noon. Prices broke sharply ss a result of the
unespec!e<ilr large receipts and some handlers
were still trying to clean up by shading the
quotations late yesterday afternoon. There was
a good market for other vegetables, . summer
squash, cucumbers end lima beans being particu
larly firm. Potatoes were steady and onlo&s were
weak at the old quotations. \u25a0
Potatoes— River whites. 70<£90c p»-r ctl: Sali
r£s Bnrbankp. t1.5061.C0 per ctl: Oregon Bur
hauks. $1.40 per ctl; sweet potatoes, $1.90<g2.15
per ctl.
Onions — New yellow. $1.05<ai.10 per ctl.
Vegetables — Tomatoes. [email protected] per box; green
peae. 3<Ssc per lb; string beans. 3 ©sc -per lb:
lima beans. 6<S7e per lb: summer squash, 75(3
SOc per bor: eggplant. [email protected]<*-per box: - green
p»pj>ers. su(jj^-'c per box: garlic. 2iA(S;3 1 4c per
lb: cabbage. C*>@.7sc per ctl: cucumbers. 604275 c
per box; cauliflower. SOSCOc per dozen; turnips.
fi~><g7se per sack: carrots. [email protected] per sack;
green okra, [email protected] per box.
De-cldaous and Citrus Fruits
There was a fair amount of trading in fresh
fruits yesterday, but there was no particularly
urc^nt demand for anything on the list and the
market on the whole was lacking in snap. Sev
eral h^nflred boxes of ontmejt melons came in
from the river districts to a. dull market. Re
tfjrers were willinp sellers at low rates, but
\u25a0w*re nn&ble to interest huyers, who complained
thar the public had ceased to care for the goods.
Table grapes were steady and there was a good
market for figs, while other orchard fruits were
Quiet. Two straight carload* of strictly, fine
Sl«itz< s nb«'rjr epples.were hourly expected from
tbe Hood river country In ponthern <>regf>n. One
<-ar was reported sold at $2.75 a box. Receipts
Of berries included a chest of Longworth etraw
!>"rrie*. which was peddled oat at 4Oc a drawer
or $$ a whole chept. . .
Strawberries — $4<S3 per chest. _
Raspberries — $4Q6 per chest.
Huckleberries— SgSc per lb.'
Cranberries — Coos bay, [email protected] per box; Cape
Ocd. $7.50<a8 per bbl.
Apples (per box) — Fancy 4 tier red, 90c©
51.2->: <3o 4% tier. [email protected]: »wtown pippins,
$1: Belleflower. 73690 c: choic- fruit. 35060 c.
Pear*— Winter Nellls. 51.2561.50 per box;
cooking varieties. 50c<S$l per box.
Quints — 7.V^SI per box.
Efhau — I^ate :-ed, [email protected] for small boxes and
7XSSI f^>r larpe.
Figs — Black, in double layer bores. >[email protected];
rlv»»r pay boxes. $1.2561.50; white. [email protected]
Persimmons— sl(^l-25 per box.
I'<imecrs nates — 60<g,75c for email and J1g1.50
for larce boxes.
Melon? — Nutmec melons. [email protected]$l per box;
\u25a0watermelons, f1.75<!?2.25 per dozen.
«;rnpe*— Crates. [email protected] for Isabella and 50
fizSOc for other varieties; email boxes. 50(g65c
for sf*<lie*s: large boxes, muscat. $1.25^,1.75;
ir.kay. 75r>(^tl; K^edlese. [email protected]: black. 75®
!K»o; cftmichon. 7r>[email protected]; wine grapes. [email protected]
p^r ton for Zinfandel and [email protected] for Mission.
<"Itrus FrnJts (per b<rx) — Valencia oranses.
$3 70*3,4 for fancy; [email protected] for choice and $1.50
<-i 2 for standard: grapefruit. J4.5005.50 for
j.^!^?: lemons. sr,o« for fancy. [email protected])
for choi'*e ana ?2.G0(5,3 Sot standard; Mexican
lltnen. [email protected] ,
Tropical Fruits— Bananas, [email protected] per
tiunrh for Hawaiian and Mexican. $2^3 for Cen
tral American; pineapples, $2.50<g3.50 -per dozen.
Dried Frui<«. Raisin*. Xnts and Honey
Krults— Evaporated apples, [email protected]%c; fancy..
f.ra«i^: ap«icot«>. [email protected]: fancy Moorparks,
Vi* r " 14-- pearhes, s^@6%e: fancy. [email protected]%c;
prJi."- 4"i©s»4e to crowers. with l%c premium
for ..<•> and »»c premium for 40s; figs. 4Vi«g4M!C
lor bla^k and [email protected]^c for white; pears, 7%<312c.
Ralsint — Xcw crop layers, clusters — 6 crown,
$•» SO; 5 crown S2; 4 crown. $1.40; 3 crown,
$Lls; 2 crown. $1.10; seeded. s%@6^c for
choice and 6>/6c for fancy; Thompson's seefllesa.
s Vic for unbleached- and 7%c for bleached; loose
muscatel. 4 crown s*£c. 3 crown 4%c. 2 crown
414 - seedless. 3%@4%c; new raisins. 3>,i®
3'^c In eweatbox at Fresno.
"\uts — Almond*, nonpareils. 16%.c: IXL. 15% c;
re plus ultra. 14MrC; peerlens. 13% c: Drakes.
13c- langaedoos. J2c; hardshell, 6>4c; shelled
almonds 2»<g3"_'c: new walnuts. 15e per lb ft*
No. 1 eoftFhells, 14% c for No. 1 standards; No.
2 etandard. lie: p*<ans. 14\4^15c: peanuts. 4>4
<gse: pine- nuts, [email protected]; California chestnuts,
30(t|llc per lb. ; ; .
Honey — Water white comb. [email protected]: white do.
J^SlS'ic; ember do, 10(£lle; extracted. S^@9c
lor white, [email protected] for light amber *nd C>[email protected]^c
per lb for amber. „-'•"
Beeswax— 27% @30c per lb for light and 23®
Me f« dark. -=
Poultry and Game
Receipts of ponl try "con tinned lljrht yesterday
and this fact alone prevented prices from break
ing, as there was rerr little call for anything.
Despite the dullness of trade handlers were in
clined to expect continued steadiness In prices
for large stoct. Receipts. '«f wild ducks and
other game were light, and as the offerings came
to hand In macfa better condition than at the
first of the week prices were higher. \u25a0 \u25a0-
Poultry (per dozen) — Hen*. JioJ..'O for small,
SO WXS7.SO for larjre and $S<39 for pxtra; young
roosters *5.50<g6.50: «J» extra. $7.50Q5.50; old
roosters. [email protected]: fryers. $1J"«[email protected]; broilers.
$3.50fi4.M: docks. $6<3S: pigeons, $1.7502;
squabs, f 2.5003: geese. $2.W6i3 per pair; spring
turkeye 2."»6i25c per lb. . -
Game (per dozen)— Mallard ducks. $4.5007.50;
fprig. H<&s: teal. »2.50(54.00; widgpon. [email protected]
3..V1: spoonbills. S2ft3: gray peew. J3Q4; hare,
[email protected]; cottontail rabbits, [email protected]
Beans and Seeds
Quotations for beans remained • nnchansed yes
terday: Receipts were much smaller, being 6.315
"lies"™ <per ctl)-Bayos. i^^iMl B,™8 ,™^ 1 !
white. $2.75^3.85: large wMte. •[email protected]:
pink. $5^5.35: red. 5555.23: blackeye. [email protected]
52! lima. $4.75(5i.£5: red kidneys, $6.50; cran
berry bean*. *4.25«?4.50: gaxvanza*. $2.«5©3-2o;
t °Set<J^ l ßrotn 2 murtard. 4 We: 7«Uow mustard.
: flax**ed. s®si4c; canary. -SXmKc: al
falfa. 14«15c; rape, I©2i4c: timothy,; 7%c;
bemp, SH3'.4c: mfllet. 2%e per lb.
Cried Peas— Green. $3 per ctL, • . :-
Flonr and Farinaceous Goods
Flow— CaUfornta family >xtra»>, [email protected] net
without aiscount: bakers* extrts, SiMQQ; soper
fine $4 40<64.T0; Oregon- and - WasaiDpton. per
bbl. 54.60fe5.a5 for family, bakers', and patents
and $4.G5&4.30 for cutoff; Kansas . patents.
S6 70; <3o stralebt*. «6^o: Dakota patents. *..4O;
do straights, $7.20; do clear.- $6.60 per • bbl.
Fsxi&aceous Good*— Buckwheat • flour. $4.20:
bnckwbcat flour, *elf-raising. $3; buckwheat
groats. tS: corn meal, yellow »3. whit* $3. _ertra
cream yellow ?3.25; extra cream white $3.25:
com flour, $3; cracked wheat. $3.30; entire
wheat flonr, $3.20; farina. $3.60; grabsm flojr,
$3- hominy, large $3. tmaU granulated $3;
oat meal.' s4.2s: do groats. $4.25; pearl barley.
$4.20: rice flour. $6; rolled oats. $4.25: rolled
wheat. $3.30; rye flour. $3.25; rye meal, $3.10;
epHt peas, yellow $6. (Creen $6.50; extra^eam
rolle«%at». ISO lbs $7.50." 2 «) .- lb -saclcß $ . ;
roUed Cakes. 180 1b barrels $5.75. 2 90 lb sacks
J5.25; rolled wheats 150 lb barrels $4.« a, 2 v lb
•aevs $4.25. iiMBiKtt&BRttBKBBttBSBSSBB
Hay and 'Feedstuff*
Alost of tie enrrent receipt* of • hay cootlnce
to be, alfalfa for shipment to the north. Thus
of the 715 tons that came in yesterday, only -110
tons came upon. this market for sale. The mar
ket' continues steady- to firm. •. >•/,
Bran — $29<&31 p«r ton. :
Middlings— s34 <&3a per. ton. '
Shorts— s3o®32 per ton. . .
! Feedstuffs— Boiled barley. ; $22023: rolled
oats for feed. $29631; mixed feed. *[email protected] for
average l«ts: Unseed oilcake meal. 20 tons 540.
10 tons **0.50. 5 tons $41. smaller lots $41.o0:
coroaaut cake or meal at milU: $25.50 In 20 1 and
10 and $26 in 5 ton lots; Jobbing. $26.50; corn
meal, .. $36^37: cracked . corn. : [email protected]: ;, alfalfa
meal, carload lots $17, Jobbing $18; red star al
falfa meal $17 ln^ar lots and $18 Jobbing:.Mo
desto alfalfa meal. $16.50 in car lots and $17 Job
bin*: Stocktou mealfalfa. $17 in car lots and $18
Jobbing; Caproco oilcake meal. $16.50 per ton;
calfaira, $19 in car lots and S2O Jobbing. ,
Hay— Ordinary 'wheat. $9012.50; choice. $13®
14: wheat and "oat. . [email protected]; tame - oat. [email protected]
12.50; volunteer wild oat, [email protected]; alfalfa, [email protected];
jtwk hay. jr.fi G. so per ton. •
Straw— [email protected] per bale. •- -
Hides. Tallow, Wool and Hops
Hides — Cnlls ' and brands I sell about • @lc
finder quotations; heavy salted steers,' lo%c;
llsrlft medium. 9>4c; light. 9c: cowhides. 9c:
staES. 7c: salted kip. 10c; talted veal. 13% c;
salted calf. 15%c:-dry hides. ISc: dry salt hides,
12c; 'dry kip. 17c; dry calf. 22c; sheepskins,
shearlings. *[email protected] each; nhort wool. [email protected];
medium. [email protected]: long Wool. [email protected]: lambs.
20tfr50e: horsehides. salt, [email protected] large and
[email protected] for medium. 75c©$l for small and 25
ftsoc ' for colts: horsehides. dry. [email protected] for
large acd ; 51.25(32 for medium. [email protected]$l for
6mall - and 25f1?50c for colts; goatskins, prime
angoras. 73e«?$l: large hair goats, [email protected]; me
dium. 20©30 c; smalls [email protected] -•-'.\u25a0 •
Tal'.ow— No. 1 rendered, s^@6i4c;.No. 2,[email protected]
sc: prease. [email protected]
Wool — -Spring clip. San Joaquin, year's staple.
O'&llc: do*S months. [email protected]; northern.- Sonoma
and Mendocino. lSift2oc; Humboldt, 20c asked;
Nevada, [email protected] per lb: ••
Fall clip— Mountain free. [email protected]": northern and
valley. [email protected]; San Joaquin fall and lambs,' 7 @
10c: <Jo defective and heavy. [email protected] per lb.
Hops— California. 1909 crop, nominal; Oregon
nominal; crop of 1910. 12%@16%c per lb. ...
General Merefaandlse..
Bags— Grain bags, [email protected]%c; San Quentln
bags. 5Uc: wool bacs. 27U C for 3>4 lb and 29^c
fcr 4 lb: .fleece twine, 7%e per lb.
Coal — Pennsylvania anthracite egg,' $16 per
ton; WelllngtoD. $9; " New Wellington, $9; Coos
bay. $7: Australian house— Richmond, etc.. $9;
Pelaw Main, $9; Stanford Richmond. \u25a0 $9; Cum
berland. $15 In bulk and $ICSO In sacks; Welsh
anthracite. $15; coke, $16 per ton In bulk- and
$17 In packs.
Oil — Quotations are for barrels. Linseed. $1.16
"per gallon for boiled and $1.14 for raw, casts 5c
more: castor oil In cases. No. 1, 71c: Baker's AA,
[email protected]: China nut, cases. [email protected] per jral
lcn; <w»annt oil. in barrels. [email protected] for XXX.
77J^@81c for No. 1 and [email protected] for No. 2.
according to quantity: extra bleached winter
sperm oil. SOc: natural winter SDerm oil. SOc:
natural whale oil, 55c; pure lard oil. $1; winter
strained lard oil. 90c; pure neatsfoot oil, Ssc;
No. 1 neatsfoot oil. 6Sc; herring oil. 50c: salmon
oil. SOc; boiled fish oil. 50c; paint oil. 45c.
Coal Oil. Gasoline, etc. — Water white. Iron
barrels or drums. 9c; 150 degree oil. iron barrels
or drums. lO'^c; \u25a0 special Co. lie; pearl oil. in
cases. 16c: astral. 16c; star. 16c: extra star. »c;
Elaine, 26^c: eocene, 19c: red crown and motor
gasoline, in bulk 17c, in cases 24c; engine distil
late, in drums 7>,4c cases . 7c more'; S6 degree
gasoline, in bulk 30c, In cases 37% c: varnish
makers' and .painters' naphtha, in bulk 13c. in
cares 22% c. . \u25a0 \u25a0 .\u25a0' '
Turpentine— sl.ol per gallon in cases and 94c
In bulk, drums and iron barrels.
Rosin— E. $9.40: F, $9.45: G," $9.50: H. $&-55;
I. $9.60: X, $9.75; M, $10: N. $10.35; WG,
$10.50; WW. $10.95 per barrel of 280 lbs.
m Red and White Lead— Red, S^@9c; white,
' '^refined sugar! market;
The Western tugar reflnlnje company quotes as
follows, terms net cash: Standard fine granu
lated, 5.25 c; standard coarse granulated. 5.25 c;
fruit granulated. 5.25 c: cut loaf. In barrels only,
7.25 c; H. & E. crystal domlnos, 5 lb' cartons In
cases. 5.25 c; do In 2 1b cartons In capes. 8.75 c;
monarch bar, 5.60?; tablets, in half barrels,
5.75 c; do in 2.1 Jb boxes. 6c: cubes «n<l_A
crushed, 5.50e: monarch powdered, 5.35 c: XXXX
powdered 5.35 c: candy granulated. 5.35 c: con
fectioners' A., 5.25e; confectioners' crystals,
5.35 c; extra fine granulated. 5.05 c; magnolia A,
4.55 c: extra C. 4.75 c: golden C, 4.65 c; D. 4.55 c.
Barrelg and 50 lb bags 10c. half barrels 2j>c.
boxes 50c more per 100 lbs than for bags of 100
lbs net. Bar In 35 and 40 lb tins $1.70 more. In
S and 10 lb tins $2.35 more per 100 lbs than
price for this grade In 100 lb bags. \u25a0
The .California, and Hawaii sugar refining com
pany quotes as follows: Granulated basis. 5.25 c:
"Higrade" bar. .5.60 c; powdered. 5.35 c; A
crashed. -5.50c: berry. 5.25 c; C. & H. extra fine
granulated, 5.25 c; coarse dry granulated, 5.25<*
confectioners' A '5.25 c; confectioners' crystals,
5.35 c; cubes. olaOc; bricks, half bbls.. 5. i5c;
bricks. In 30 1b boxes, 6c; extra fine dry gran
ulated (100 lb bags .only 1. 5.05 c: excelsior A.
«.?se; extra C. 4.75 c; golden C. 4.65 c: yellow D.
4.55<r: cut loaf, in barrels only, 7.25 c; H. & E.
crystal domlnos, 5 lb cartons, in case*. 8.25 c;
do 2 lb cartons, in cases. 8.75 c. Additional per
100 lbs: In barrels and 50 lb bags. 10c more:
half barrels. 25c- more: boxes, 50 more for all
grades. Bar in 35 and 40 lb tins, $1.70 more;
la 10 lb tins, $2.55 more. Minimum order, car
load weight.
Xew York Prodnce
NEW TORK. Oct. 14.— Hides— Firm.
Hops-*-Stea<Jr.
Wool— QnlPt. . . . - .«
Sugai' — Raw firm: muscovado.' 59 test, 3.40 c:
centrifugal, 96 test. 3.W)c; molasses sugar, 89
test; 3.15 c. Refined steady. - . : m '^jJj2
Coffee — Closed steady at a net decline of 5(^10
points. Sales were reported Of 27,500 bags. Clos
ing bids: October a»d November. 8.75 c; Decem
ber. S.SOc: January. -$.63c; February, 8.85e;
March, S.B7c; April, S.SSc; May. 8.90 c; Jnne,
8.91 c; July, 8.92 c; August, 8.93 c; September, 1
8.94 c. Spot steady: Rio No. 7, 10^c; Santos No.
4. ll«B<g,H3ie. "Mlld^quiet; Cordova, 11%@
Butter— Firm: creamery specials, :32c; extras,
SO^igSlc: thirds to firsts, [email protected]; state dairy,
common to finest, 23(229iAc. '\u25a0 . .
Chee6e — Steadyand unchanged. *?" \u25a0' \ \u25a0
Eggs — Firm: refrigerator firsts, 24^4 @25c; sec
°^ S - 22%@24C - DRIED FRUITS
3 Eraporated Apples— Continue Quiet and un
changed on the spot: fancy it quoted at 10c;
choice. 89i(g9^4c; prime, B(gS%c; commoa to
Prunes — Steady, with a fairly active Jobbing
trade, quotations ranging from 5c to 10c for Cal
ifornlans tip to 30-40s, and from 7'^c to 9«*c for
Oregons up to 60-20s. ... ~
Apricots — Qniet but steady; choice. 11%@
12c; extra choice. [email protected]; fancy. [email protected] ;
Peaches-^lnactlre'and unchanged: choice, [email protected] :
7^c; extra choice, [email protected]: fancy. Bg9c. ;
Raisins — About steady only owing to the small
demand: loose mnscatels are quoted at s^if?6c
for 2 and 3 crown; choice to fancy seeded. 6^ @
8c; seedless, [email protected];. London layers, [email protected]
Chicago Dairy Produce Market j
CHICAGO. Oct. 14.— Butter firm; creameries,
24 @ - J3c; dairies, [email protected] Eggs steady:. receipts.
6.443 cases; at mark, cases included, - 18»[email protected]
21% c; firsts. 24c: prime, firsts. 26c. Cheese
steady; daisies, 15i.4(315?4c; twins. 14%<315c;
Yoticg Americas, 18% c; longhorns, 16»4c. .„\u25a0
Lok Angeles Produce Market
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 14.— Potatoes were dull
today on the prodnce exchange. Good qualtty of
Highlands were offered as low as $I.'' Butter and
Cheese were firm. Eggs were unchanged. : •
Receipts of produce - were: ' Eggs, -70 -cases;,
butter, 16.460 pounds; cheese, 90S pounds; pota
toes, 2.713 sacks; beans. Z sacks; onions, ;787
seeks; sweet potatoes, 645 6acks.' •>• '• :
Eggs (per doz) — Local ranch candled, 45c; do
Case count, touying price 41c; eastern frejsh, 35c;
eastern storage packed extras, 32c; do storage
seconds; 27c." ' —\u25a0*•»\u25a0 -,•.;-..-.. ;
* Butter (per lb. selling price to trade 2'/&c
higher) — California creamery -. extras, -35c; do
firsts. 32c; cooking, 25c; ladle, 25c. .- . .
Cheese (per lb)— Northern fresh. 17^(23 8c;
local, ISc; Oregon daisy, 18V5c; eastern singles,
ISc; dottwins, l8Hc; eastern daisies, 19c; east
ern longhornE, 19V^@20c; eastern Cheddars. 20c;
imported Swiss, 32c: Jack, 19c; domestic Swiss,
[email protected]: cream brick. 19c; llmburger, 19c. «•>\u25a0,<\u25a0
Beans (per ctl) — No. 1 pink. $6.50: No. 1 lima.
$5.25; - No. 1 Lady- Wasnington. $4.50: No. j 1
small white. $4.50: N0.,1 blackeye. $3.50;. N0. 1
garvanzas, • $4.50; -No.' 1 California lentils,'. s7. -. :
Potatoes (per cO)— Highland. $1.15^1.40; 10-,
cal Burbanks. $1.23; • Salinas, $1.75; yellow
sweets, [email protected] . /•". ' . •
, Eastern Llvesfock Market \u25a0..
. CHICAGO : ' ' \u25a0:'\u25a0\u25a0
CHICAGO. Oct. 14.— Cattle— Recelijts.' esti
mated at 3,000 head; ; market steady. Beeves,
$4.7506.73: Texas steers; [email protected]: western
steers, $4.25©5.63: stockersand feeders, $3.40(3
5.75; cows and heifers; [email protected]; calves,' $7.60
©10. .. : ; -. . . . •
Hogs — Receipts, estimated at 12,000 head;
market slow. Light. $8. 60Q9.25: mixed, $B.Bo®
©.23: heavy. ;SS. 15 (Sfi: rough. $8.15©8.35;. good
to. choice heavy.- [email protected]; pigs, ;sß.2sjg9r bulk
of Vales. $8.45(88.90.. \u25a0-. ' ''-;<\u25a0.\u25a0',\u25a0: .-\u25a0--»-•, '. \u25a0:\u25a0
Sbeep — Receipts, estimated -at 11,000 head;
market steady. ' Nat We. [email protected];e western,
$2.93124,45; : yearlings, $4. 3M 5. 40;. 1amb5, na
tive [email protected], western [email protected]\90: :
. — .^ Kansas crrv , J '
-KANSAS CITY. Oct. 14.— Cattle— Receipts.
2.000 head; market steady. Native jteers, $s<gS:
native- cows * and ' heifers, • $2.75(50.C0: 2 stockers
and feeders. [email protected]; bulls, [email protected];; calves.
$3.7358; western eteers, [email protected]; western cows,.
$2.75§".' \u25a0..\u25a0>\u25a0-\u25a0"«\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0..."-'."'" ----^-.^>-
Hogs — Receipts, ?2.ooo head; - market ' steady.
Bulk of sales. $8.w)(g8.95: heaTT, ; $8.50© 8.70;
packers and butchers, $5.70Q5.05; llgbt, $8.90
0,9. :\u25a0\u25a0 , >^>r:- :•;-"\u25a0\u25a0-'. ":•;\u25a0*\u25a0'..• •-";.\u25a0• - , .-\u25a0\u25a0-'; \u25a0;.-.\u25a0.
Sheep— Receipts. 5,000* head; market steady.
Muttons. $3.5004.50: lambs, ~ [email protected]; >; fed
wethers and' yearlings, :[email protected]; -fed .-western,
! ewes, [email protected] \u25a0\u25a0•'- \u25a0
- . -SOUTH OMAHA*. : " .
SOUTH: OMAHA: .Oct.- 14.— Cattle-^Receipts.'
11.000 bead: market steady. Native steers, $4.25
(3:7: l cows and belfers. [email protected]: : western: steers,
$5:[email protected]; range cows and' heifers." [email protected];
canners. [email protected]:{.60: stockers and feeders, $3Q
5.55; , calTes.j $3.25®7; > bulls," stags, ." etc, ! s3Qs
3.48. ; -\u25a0\u25a0-''\u25a0"\u25a0-:^ >-'-\u25a0 "\u25a0'"- '•\u25a0 \u25a0:•;\u25a0;
Hoes— Receipts. 3,800 bead;^market? steady.;
Heavy, ; $8.20® 8.50: - mixed. ;sß.3sgß.oo; Mtght,"
t6.OOfeB.SO: bulk of 5a1e5, » 58.35 (g5. 50.. .. -:
\u25a0 Sbeep— -Receipts. : 5.000 • head; market- steady.'
.Yearlings. $4.5005.23; *^ $3.4005.15;
ewes,[email protected]; lambs; Se.lSQe^.^.." ;
> SIISCEL.I.ANEOIJS MARKETS .
//Cotton- Market/./ <
. NEW XORK, > Oct \u25a0 14.— E. _F. Hutton > & Co.'s
the sa^ Francisco; GAiiL^^
wire says: \ /•'.\u25a0'--.\u25a0' \u25a0 " --\u25a0' \u25a0 •' s . * x \u25a0 f
VThe market," afte* making "new. h!gh - levels
f or. the ? seasdn, turned reactionary for- a time,
hut after prices s had declined . about $1 per bale
for the active months . the i tone again firmed up
and final prices were. within a few points of the
top. Fear • of ; the -, approaching . gulf -.storm \u25a0; may
have \u25a0' had , some - influence -in • causing 'i the '- late
rally, but the ; trade has' become 'convinced tof a
crop far. too. small, for .the world's. requirements
nnd has done ! nothing | but • buy ; cotton <ontracts
for." weeks a past. Leading ' : spot ~ Interests are
credited with having accumulated at least 1.000,
000 bales In the way |of hedges for spinners, and
the line .of ; contracts held by the public ,; and
semi professional ; bull , element . is ; said .to be [ the
largest' since last January.' -v; "• \u25a0'"\u25a0 •\u25a0* t . : '
"The advance lv, prices Just at this time -will
probably restrict, consumption to : such lan extent
that a large surplus will be carried, over 'at the
end -of the season,* even if the crop should- prove
a small I one. as the , price at/- which t goods are
selling is mainly based on about . 12c : cotton. -.':
" Regarding the 'growing' crop, ;otir advlcea are
that the outlook Is steadily improving nnd that
present promises are for good crops In all cotton
states, especially Texas; -where it Is 'sMdVtbtt
some of the largest producing counties will make
as much as 50 per cent more. than last year; - : "
"Prices may go some higher before^the present
wave of. excitement has fully 'spent' itself.' but
we look upon- 15c as unwarranted by legitimate
conditions." < ' -. . •\u25a0; " . . ; •".'\u25a0 -•>'- |
\u25a0 Spot cotton closed quiet and unchanged. ' Mid
dling uplands," 14.90 c; do, gulf, : 15.15 c. Sales,
1,700 bales. • ' - \u25a0 -...= .\u25a0 . :.•.-\u25a0•.
COTTON < FUTURES
-\u0084\u25a0. \u25a0 ........ ».,._... ,- o --;^ '-'j.-Year
Option. Open. High. • Low. •'' Close/ Oct. 13 ago.
Jan. 14.94 15.01 . 14.81' 14.94.14 .84-. 13.64
Feb. ..V... ;...:. '.15.00 14.90-13.67
March ..15.04 15.14 14.90 . 15.04. 14.97 13.74
April .:.. .... ..... ..... 15.10 15.01 13.74
.Alay ....13.11 15.21 15.00 15.15 15.00 ; 13.78
June .... ' ; 15.11 15.02. 13.72
July, 15.11 1 15.19 15.01 •- 15.14 "15.05 13.68
Aug.- 14.98 J. 4.98 14.98 14.98 ..... 13.34
Sept. ........ .....\u25a0'..:..::....\u25a0 ....^12.45
Oct. 1.... 14.86 14.91 14.78 f 14.85 14.73 13.53
N0v .!.........• 14.82 14.74; 13.52
Dec. 14.90 \u25a0 14.96 v 14.78 14.86 14.79 18.61
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 14.— Cotton— Middling,
14% C. . ". \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0-"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0,:"---\u25a0/\u25a0.\u25a0.' \u25a0': -^
Boston Wool Market '
BOSTON. Oct. 14.— The Commercial' Bulletin
will say of the wool market tomorrow: ..- -• \u25a0. t
• "There is ra'. distinctly better feeling. In- the
market, with a number of manufacturers. : both
large and small mills, showing . interest in the
offerings and making purchases of territory. wool
and some fleeces. The feature of the week Is
the purchases of the leading consumers of the
country, which aggregate 2,000,000 •\u25a0 pounds of
Montana half blood at 24c to 23c. Other mUls
are also operating in - this : grade as -well, as in
medium and fine scoured territory, at SOc and 60c
to 62c, respectively. Unwashed delaine- Is sell- !
Ing moderately at 26% c; 1 quarter. blood Ohio' at :
27% c and half blood, and three-eighths . at 28c
to 2S%C. ' >'. \u25a0 - . - .--' ? --. -. .- " ..
"Business in California wool \ls comparatively
limited, with prices steady and unchanged.
Texas 12 months is moving at about 57c to 60c
and spring \u25a0at 52c to 65c. : \u25a0\u25a0
St. Louis Wool Market
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 14.— Wool— Unchanged. Me
dium - grades, combing and I clothing - [email protected];
light- fine. . 19«£21c; heavy -fine, [email protected]; tub
washed, 25 Q 32c. , : ,- - .
'.\u25a0 . .' Refined Petroleum Lowe* '
NEW YORK. Oct. 14.— The Standard oU com
pany today reduced the . price •of refined (petro
leum In cases from 9.40 cto S.OOc per gallon. ,
Xew York Metal Market , -;
NEW YORK, Oct. i 14. — Standard copper, firm.
Spot. October. November and . December, ' 12.30®
12.50 c; January. \u25a0' 12. 40 6$ 12. 50 c."' London market
firm. Spot. £57- 13s 3d : futures, »f57 16s 3d.
Local dealers report a firm market; with hold:
ers asking slightly • higher . prices . for electro
lytic. Lake,- [email protected]: electrolytic. 12.62% @
12.87»4c: casting.' 12.37^ <ai2. 62%c. Custom
house returns show exports • of copper So .'far
this month of 9.0C6 tons. '
Tin — Steady. Spot. [email protected]; October, 36.30
<K36.75c: November. • 35. 60(g36.25c: December.
[email protected]; January,- 34. [email protected] ' - Tx)ndon
market firm.- Spot, • £165 = 10s ; futures, £100. '< '
Lead — Steady. Spot. [email protected] New York
and 4.2504.50 c East St. Louis. London spot;
£12 18s Od. . - \u25a0 '- . . •' :-*J •
Spelter — Steady. [email protected] New York . and
5.40<5J5.45c East St. Louis. Sales/50,000 pounds
East St. Louis delivery at 5.40 c for -December.
London spot, £23 17s 6d. "'..." ' - v.v" •/".'.
Iron — Cleveland warrants, ; 49s 9^d. Locally
the Iron market was quiet. ..No. 1 foundry north
ern and No.. 1 foundry southern soft.- 15.75®
16.25 c; No. 2 f otmdry northern, [email protected] •:.
Naval Stores— Turpentine and Rosin
SAVANNAH. 'Oct. 14.— Turpentine j firm at
74 \ic; sales. 252; receipts, 668; Bhlpments,:327;
stock. 17.556. . .. . ; - :• . —•
Rosin firm; sales, 1.386: receipts, '2,082; ship
ments, 1,290; stock. 67.630. - Quote:- B, $5.*>5: D;
$5.95; E. ?«[email protected]: F..56.15<86.20; G. $6.20®
$6.25; H. $6.30: I. $6.32>4;.K. $6.35 ;\M, $6.40;
N.;56.43; WG, $6.75 ;.WW, $7.10. ....-', .
Weather Report
United States Department 'of Agriculture— '\u25a0
weather Bureau, San Francisco, Oct. 14, 1310. . \u25a0
RAINFALL TO DATE
. L^t ' Seasonal 'Normal
Stations — 24 hours, to date. to date:
BureJka- ....:... ...... ..0.00' ,0.78 -2:45
Red Bluff. 0.00 0.52 1.40
Sacramento 0.00 0.4S - -.0.75
Mount Tamalpais O.flO ' '1.08 -0.93
San Francisco.. 0.00 * 0.70 \u25a0» 0.71
San J05e.............. 0.00 0.29 .- 0.59
Fresno 0.00 1 "1.42 0.59
Independence 0.00.' 1.03 0.58
San Luis Obiepo. .*.... . 0.01. 0.0« \u25a0 ' 0.79
Los Angeles.... 0..T4 0.41- 0.20
San Diego..... 0.74 \u25a0 0.97 -0.26
' ; PACIFIC. COAST: STATIONS -
' ;\u25a0:.;•• SSS .-\u25a0;/ \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 .: S X ' '5
stations' J3 &. f stations;; W 4 if]
- \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 i|; £i r': : r '-. ;I 3 -|-i
\u25a0 ??S- f ' . •\u25a0 -'• \u25a0? ? -o.
\u25a0':,;'- \u25a0\u25a0 • " ».\u25a0•.'- B< ,'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'. " ' :f•.,D ».
Boise 58 34.00 Reno ..;....: 86 30 .00
Eureka .:..'.. 60 46 .00 Uoseburg . . .. 64 42 .00
Flagstaff ...'*. 66 34 .00 Sacramento .. 80 52 .00
Fresno ....... 70 48 .00 Salt Lake..... 64 40 .00
Helena.. ; . . . . . 62 38 .00f San Diego. ... 64 56 .74
Independence . 66 .. .00| San - Francisco. 76 58 .00
Kalispell .... 58 42 .00 San J05e...... 78 44 .00
Los Angeles.. 06 52 .14 S. L. Oblspo. . 74 32 .01
Modena 62 34 .00 SE. -Farallon. . 56 52 .00
Mt. Ttmalpias 67 42 .00 Spokane ..... 64 44 .00
North Head.;. 54 48 ;12 Tacdma 1 •..:..-. 64 50 .10
Phoenix ...... 8C 54 .00 Tatoosh ...... 5450 .63
Pocatello .... 62 32 .00 T0n0pah ...... 5832 .00
Pt. Reyes Lt. 61 51 .001 Walla Walla.. 68 46 .00
Portland ..... 66t50 .001 Wlnnemucca . 58 32 .00
Red 81uff.. ...|76[54| .00 Ynma ........ 78 50 .00
" \u25a0 easte»> * stations; ;;;^ •
Abilen* 90 68 .00 KnoxTille ". . . . ; . 58 . : .
Atlantic City. 72 54 .00 Louisville .;. . 78 64 .00
Boston '.;..... 74 44 .00 Memphis . /.v. 74 60 .72
Buffalo ;..... 64 54 .00 Montgomery ;-. 82 66 .00
Charleston . .. 70 70 .0Q Montreal ..... 48 38 .14
Chicago ...... 78 60 .00 Moorhead .... 68 44 .00
Denver .'.. 72 46100 New Orleans.. S6 72 .00
Dcs . Molnes.. . 78 58 .00 New York: ... 74 48 .00
Dodge'CHy... .. 54 ... North" Platte. . 80 52 .00
Duluth ...... 60 46 .00 Oklahoma :..-. 84 60 .00
Dura0g0 ...... 72 4S .16 Pittsburg . . . . 76 58 .00
Eastport ...... 50 40 .08 Roswell ...... 8648 .00
Galveston .... 82 76 .00 St. I Louis. . . . ; 7S 62 .00
Green Bay../. 58 52 .00 St.'; Paul.:.;.. 64 50 .00
i Hatteras ..... 82 68 .12 Tampa ....'. . . 82 74 .00
Harre •.'.-....; .": 40 .'.. Toledo*.:;. 1 ... 8056 .00
Hur0n;:...... 72 40 .00 Washington ;. 80 52 .00
Jacksonville .. 86,72 .26 Winnipeg..... 64 44 .00
Kansas .City.. 82|62 .00 - -. •-.- \u25a0-\u25a0; \u0084j. . r-;--,
'.. S YKOPSIS ; OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
i> The weather has been pleasant \u25a0 in '.California
north: of the Tchachapl, buf unsettled and rainy
1n the \u25a0 south. * At .Diego- nearly .70 . of an
Inch have fallen in the 'last 24 - hours.' r The -dis
turbance ;wlll probably : continue over the - south
west - for 24 hours ; longer. •/ Another -. depression
exists over . Florida: and ; has ' caused r&ln on ' the
South Atlantic coast. , \ r . :
.Unusually .warm weather prevails in the Rocky
mountain- section find eastward to the lakes.-. In
Missouri. Ipwa ' and. the^ Ohio valley temperatures
are : 15 \u25a0 degrees'or more \ above the'- normal. •.; On
the Pacific slope . temperatures' are' high, \u25a0- except
in southern California. '.There has been a rise of
10 or more* degrees In the last 24 hours in the
great valley and- along the central . coast! " -
The relative humidity, at Red Bluff was 50 and
at Fresno 68 per cent.; --\u25a0'. ; :~ , «
: -:. -}y - FORECAST - * ; '
- ; San Francisco and Tlclnlty— Fair Saturday; not
so warm; light north wind, changing to moderate
west.' \u25a0'\u25a0; ' '\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0 -."\u25a0>\u25a0.\u25a0{-'\u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0"•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '• \u25a0'.\u25a0--\u25a0. \u25a0"-•\u25a0• '--'\u25a0-\u25a0 -i' \u0084,.:\u25a0
Santa Clara .valley — Fair Saturday; moderately
warm;-llghf north. winds.- - ;v - ; *-«o»^
;; \u25a0 Sacramento . valley —^Falr ; Saturday ; "* continued
warm;: light north winds.
\u25a0•<- San Joaquin valley — Fair : Saturday, continued
warm: light north .winds.- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0* \u25a0- v- \u25a0
B California south of tbe Tehachapl— Cloudy Sat
urday, \u25a0 : breaking away .during, the- day; warmer;
light north wind; .changing to south. . ' .
A. G.McADIE, District Forecaster. '
HYSROQRAPHIC OFFICE
\u25a0 : Depth at \u25a0 mean low : water, entrance to harbor.
» PLACE/. | Ft.: | Date ; I t; > Bemarks -
: \u25a0\u25a0":.\u25a0" '-'\u25a0'\u25a0' :~" \u25a0 21 feet (draft : cad -be
Grays Bar 16 -„ Sept. 24 -.taken out south chan
-i r \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0--'* \u25a0- I .*\u25a0":. | -"\u25a0-'\u25a0' \u25a0'\u25a0• nelat high * water. -/"-
Wlllapa BI2T-; Sept.. 81>..., ....... >,.;..;.•.... .-
Colum R.| 27- ISept. 6|;..-.v.;..;.-...- ; .-;;.-, 7 . v
:>\u25a0\u25a0-*.'-" .-,\u25a0* -''''"*-' '\u25a0-" Bar , buoy .to \u25a0 right of
Nehalm R r 9 July 10 _\u25a0 entrance. "> Channel is
' ' \u25a0\u25a0;"'—:\u25a0 -, ' .-,% tosnor t h,'
. -. . I- : J I. -very ; narrow. '150 ft.
Tlllmk B. ;;o*lJuly. SjChannel shifted 1- mile
; -; ' ' |;, \u0084 : sooth In gale NOVT2B.
Y aqntna B| 13% ISept. 12 1 . . . . \u25a0 . . . ,v . . . . . . . \u25a0-'.\u25a0'. :T
sinslawßl' 5* |Ang.'18|..•.*....•...;....-...-;...
timpqua>Rlaß :|5ept:j80|...^.;v.;. ;.;... y.;;1~
Cooa > Bay . I 18 * jOcti > r. B [Can »uoy ; No. l . gone. r «
Coqnllle R| "8 " |Oct; ~i \u25a0: 4 Channel v Btralghf - :
\u25a0 Rogue «It| 2 ;•. ..-. . .-. v. ;. .'.-.-.-. ;-.... ;'
Klamth R| \u25a0 5 - |Aug.w l|Channel BaW.' straight.' \u25a0
Hmbldt Bl 19 - Sept. v.-l JChannel^straight = woriT
..---- > h :| ,--' I Meg north.- - -i-h'- --\u25a0\u25a0'-»'.
S \u25a0 Pedro 8 1 . 20 \u25a0 I Sept.' 3O| No change In channel. -
S;Dlego Bl: 2B%|Sept. 30|Na \u25a0 change. in \ channeLY
S • Pablo < B 7 i4-> jAug.i 20 Depth In dredged * chas/
MOVEMENT OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
SHERIDAN BRINGS
FEW PASSENGERS
Troopship Is Delayed Two D^s
> Rendering Assistance to
the Warren - . ;
HE ! army, transport
•. Sheridan," ";. 'Captain*
\u25a0 Healey,. j * > arrived
v yesterday • "_- after
,: noon . : from " - the
Philippines/. : The
.* troopship' was .two
1 days -behind sched-
VuloTas' the 'result'
of "t: the • stranding
lon , the % coast -,_; of
I Mindoro ; of " the^
transport | .Warren.'
£ The -Sheridan was
:: ordered to trie
.Warren's . - assist
ance, but Captain
\u25a0Randall . o'fy the
Warren , succeeded
In getting his. yes-
;.; -\u0084 . sel off without help.
The Warren was !not damaged, but -had
a narrow escape,; as .it went' ashore in
the : only!, spot tor miles around/where
it could; have gone^ ashore and escaped
serious injury. ' . -> y
I The Sheridan- brought 54S i passengers
in all. There were 92 in the cabin,
33 in' the second cabin and \u25a0\u25a0 418 .in- the
steerage. The'steerage.passengers'in
cluded 306 army casuals, 24 bluejackets
and marines and -12 military prisoners.
Under ' surveillance; but . not confined
to the brig, was one civil prisoner, Cur
tyss Hill by name. -.He was arrested in
Manila at the request of the authorities
of Ventura county, and a Ventura
sheriff met him at the "gangway with
a warrant for his arrest on a charge
of felony embezzlement. * Hill de
clared that he had not the, least idea
what he ; was wanted for, but presumed
that the'eharge arose out of one of two
bankruptcy cases that he had handled
in Ventura: before his ; departure a few
months ago for Manila. • , -\u25a0.'\u25a0
Among the passengers on the trans
port was First 1 Lieutenant William G.
Muller of the Philippine constabulary.
Lieutenant Muller Is a son'of Sergeanv
Muller, retired, who is employedon the
transport dock as general factotum and
military," adviser to the- civilian em
ployes. Young Muller was born in the
army, and at : an ' early age recognized
the bugle as his master's voice..' ; He
went to the Philippines as an enlisted
man, made gQod, and won \u25a0 a commis
sion in the constabulary. He is home
on leave. ,
"The transport; encountered . fine
weather all the way across the Pacific
and would have: been;-.here earlier- in
the day but for several, days of head
winds encountered- between Honolulu
and this port. ' .
Three. Steamers, for Panama
The. California- Atlantic
company, the Bates & Chesebrough line,
will dispatch 'its -second 'steamer todaj',
the Olson, and Mahoney, for Panama
via San' Pedro. The Pacific ' Mail com
pany will dispatch two v steamers, the
City of Sydney for Panama direct and
the San Juan for the isthmusvia Cen
tral American ports, v .> : -
The Olson and -Mahoney will take
about 2,000 tons of New, York cargo
from this- port and will -pick up an
other 1,000 tons at . San Pedro. \u25a0 The
City of Sydney: will stake about 3.000
tons of freight and the San Juan's
cargoof 2,000 tons will include .1,000
tons of New York, freight. The Syd
ney-will carry -no ; passengers. \u25a0; There
will be ;\u25a0 about: 20 ; cabin passengers : on
the: San Juan and 30 in the steerage.
The City, of ' Sydney's cargo includes
40,000 cases of canned;- salmon, 3,000
cases: of raisins, 2,500 barrels* of wine,
1,500 sacks of almonds and 3,035 sacks
of beans. . ,<,- \u25a0^;.-- ,"\u25a0 /-_ \u25a0 \u25a0 .-..-, -\u25a0; . .:.- \u25a0
Resume Dlschnrglnp Damara's . Cargo
With wrecking pumps installed and
in: operation and jtackJe ; rigged- to de
pendable moorings i the work of, dis
charging the- : cargo -of the stranded
steamer: Damara. was resumed* yester
day."; /With -barges on both "sides and
empty - barges " ' standing by >• ready to
take the places; of .the loaded- ones the
work of saving the cargo~proceeded at
a -rapid; rate,', and » lf -nothing, develops
in->the way of additional leaks it.. Is
believed that the big freighter, will float
off therockyledge. at' Fort point- some
time tomorrow afternoon. ,- . ;
Liner Mongolia Is Doe Today
; The. Pacific* Mail liner Mongolia with
a large number of passengers, is" due
today from the ''orient.;. The? company
officials I expected the • big ship^to make
port early this/ morning,' but "accord
ing to a wireless message received yes
terday- thef Mongolia was -657 miles
away at- 8 o'clock -Thursday: ntght."Hlf
this distance is correct : the 1 liners will
not ; be here -until .- late z this , afternoon
unless Captain , Kitt shows more speed
than is likely. '.The Mongolia' is bring
ing.; 400 i "Asiatic ; passengers. .'/Among
them are a number of Japanese who will
be taken- to Tahiti •on the liner Mari
posa, which^ sails 1 Monday, for; Papeete.
Honolulu Liners on the \V T ay
\u25a0 The Oceanic \u25a0 steamship^ company's
liner Sierra and " the Matson-linerAWil-"
helmina," 1 - both > due here -next* Tuesday
from: Honolulu, 'are already in wire
less communication. with.this city.'; The
Sierra "at, 8 « o'clock evening
was 507 miles '- from • Honolulu and . the
.Wilhelmina at -.the > same hour, was 1,594
miles- fronnthe Ughtship.'.t •-•-,- >-; \u25a0
Water Front j Notes
- ".Receipts' of yesterday by sea
amounted to 755,000 feet.v;.f.' .:v ,-r, ,
"The' French 'bark rAmiral Cecille aV
rived^ yesterdays from Antwerp with" a
cargo of general" merchandise. v. .•;;:::-?
v The Alaska Packers' association com
pany's .-tender iUnimak ; arrived - yester
day r.in - ballast , from Afognak. -' .- -. \u25a0\_
The liner Manchuria, outward bound
arrived'yesterdayat-Honolulu.- " • •
' ;The ; turbine, liner .Tenyo Maru*'ar
rived .-yesterday -.at Honolulu . from
Yokohama, v " "i' - * „> '. / -
: ALgot'^ Thomas,", 1643 Lombard street,
reported to ; the ; police ? yesterday .^that
his gasoline launch,. valued at. s4oo; had
been- stolen -fr«m the foot of 'Buchanan
street/-'^--" -•;,'-\u25a0'-,/.\u25a0•\u25a0 - Kvi:* :.' _\u25a0• ;*,^,cr : ,.
\u25a0 Captain .7 Ernst \: of v the
steamer Nevadan : was ;. yesterdays exon
erated • by <United< States I Commissioner
Wright of the. charge of having allowed
a: Chinese imember^ ofithe crew -of ' his
vessel to escape ashore on September 13."
By United Wireless . r
' ': .' ': -' , Friday,'^ October , 14.
STEAMER STATE i OF/;. OALEFbENIA^Herice
Oct. > 13 for Eureka ; \u25a0 Oct. r 13,- 8 p." m:,". 15 > miles
9 north 'of; Poin t 'northwest ' wind;
I-: moderate' sea;* barometer 30.12. ,*- : :;v
STEAMER - FAMoN— Hence Oct. '13 . forjport
. . land; i Oct.' 13,'? 8 S p.": m.~ " 25 . miles >• north'- of
i ' Point t Reyes ; \ northwest .wind ; I rough I sear, Xj;
BARGE ; 98-^FronT' Port;r t ; San % Lv Is . for I San ' Fr an
sj Cisco ; Oct.- 13, 25 ( miles south.' of - Pigeon 1 point :
~ will - arrive ' at Sa n Francisco j early morning of
i;i Oct:Jl4:lnitow : tug- Dauntless.?.; ',;'\u25a0•-.;, \u25a0 \u25a0 . ;
CTEA^BKWHITTIEE^Fromi Port; San -Luis
,*: for San \u25a0Francisco;; Oct.* 13,8 p^m.,- off Pigeon
pjpolat.iS : '\:'. > i'-'rA-i-^-:i' i , - v r-.l. \u25a0;.>:•... : '.-'r- -\u25a0£ '-".
BTEAMER'i MONGOLIA— From s Honolulu for San
\u25a0vKi Francisco; . Oct.-:13; 18 p.* m., ;657, miles out ; * all
;U well-X-i^ -i'^ii i~ :.':--. '*•\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0',*\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0; \''- : -' : '\u25a0 : " ; "'; : .V-^7
STEAKEK "ASIA-— From San Francisco for-Hono
|s| lulu ; I Oct. V 13." ;8p. X m.r : 724 miies ; out ; •: all \ well.
STEAMER BAKTA I MARIA— From f Honolulu * for
;ri] Port San Luis;"Oct.;i3rß p; m.; aSOBa 508 miles out;
> ; ; fresh 5 wind *ndf sea., =.: -.-; , :\u25a0., •\u25a0:;,\u25a0«-,
STEAMER 1 SANTA 7 RlTA— From"* Port f San'- Lnis
?-* for * Honolulu ; 5 Oct:i 13,* 8' p.i m.,^ 830 miles j out ;
well. s.-s»J--V- - -."r ~- .v;- •>• ' , ;
STEAMER "sWILHELMnrA— From I' 3 HonoIuIu if or
San ? Francisco 0ct4 13. . 8 p.? m.,%; 1.594 ; miles
j* out;'^ smooth;' fresh :'- northeast ,. wind; •. weather
STEAMER : H2LONIAIT— From San' Francisco -. for
; Honolulu;; Oct.* 13, : 8. p.- m.,' latitude! 27*' north/
glongitudeil46 : 2o;west^^p^^/; vi>,V^i \
STEAMEEIEKTEaPEISE^Fro San: Francisco
\u25a0 for'Hilo;? Oct^> 13,- 8 < p. m., ; : 1,233 • miles i out ;
") clear ;' light' ektet wind ; ' small sea ; will , arrive
y: Hllo 'Monday < morning. ;,'\u25a0-. '\\-. -.iX ' '' '
STE&ME& /SIEBRA— From ''Honoluln; fpr/San
Francisco; Oct.-13.i8 p. ; m'.. 7 507 -miles 'from
:. Honolulu; :. fresh : east wind: ; moderate . sea;
'"..'f weather v ' clear;, barometer 30.33.* 7 .\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"':. "
STEAMER PEESCDEKT— From San- Diego, for
; San^Franelßco; . Oct. '- 14.1 6 a; < m.. . 2 mile* north
,-" of Point -Sur; fine, clear- weather*,' moderate
:, .northwest wind and sea; all well; .. will arr lye
• .at 12:10 p.m. ".- ~\ ; ; ; v * .. >; :\u25a0•'
STEAKES - SANTA MABIA— From/ Honolulu Joe
9 Port San Luis; -.Oct. \u25a0 14.^8 p. m., -800 miles off
:> Port San Luis. v ; - -«-v L . x - V*W ' \u25a0 : 'f-> ?"\u25a0\u25a0*\u25a0
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STREET^'^'.^
Pier . 3 . .' . . Wa shlngton ! Pier • 17 .". ::."... .Union 1
Pier \.B.r.'." :..V. Jackson Pier 19.'.".. '....'. Uni0n. 2
Pier 7...V.V..: Pacific Pier 21 :...... f> Filbert
Pltr> 9..... Broadway ll Pier 28:... Greenwich Jl
Pier 11:.... Broadway 2 4Pier 25.. %-Greenwlch = 2
Pier' 13; . . . . Vallejo 'Pier 27.. . ;. . Lombard
Pier 15..'...-.../. GreenllPier 51.:......".* Powell
' \u25a0-\u0084:[ : SOUTH ; OF MARKET STREET^ . _
Pier .4...... Mission 2l!Pier 28......-...*. Main
Pier '6; :.... '. Howard. 1 Pier. 34..... :.--*-. Beale
Pier - : 8. . .' . . ..H0ward 2 Pier 86..-. .... Fremont
Pier ' 10. ... . . .Howard 3 Pier 38.;; . . ...V - - .: First
: Pier 12. :...... F0150m'l Pier, 40 Vc' ."!'.._
1 Pier 14........F0150m*2 Pier 42 >>P. -M. S. §. Co
I Pier 16.'......, Harrison Pier 44 J ' '.-;
[ Pier, 20. . . : ;.. ." Steuart Pier. 54 .....:. . . f Fourth
I Pier 24 .:........, Spear :\u25a0' /'.:' /~
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
',- \u25a0"'"•' '. : ' -'>\u25a0- TO » ARRIVE • . :>*
"From - "' : I .'- '."'-• Steamer * \u25a0:-.-\u25a0 h Date i
Humboldt . '......*.... ilSanta' Clara- ..." Oct. 15
Grays' Harbor -v.". ;\u25a0..'..*. J. B.: Stetson..'. Oct.^ls
Grays • Harbor/ . . . . ... . Norwood - . . . . . . . Oct.: 15
San Pedr0...!.....'.".. Santa Barbara— 0ct.15
Puget S6und Ports:.;.. Queen •• Oct.; 15
China ! & Japan. . ..'.'..'. Mongolia .....'. Oct. 13
Portland &- Astoria..'.. O.vW. Elder.. . oct;ls
3rays Harb0r. . . . :. . . . . Chehalls * Oct. 15
Comor ................. Thor-...:.. . Oct^.l6
Eureka ...............* State of Ca1.... Oct. 16
Sal.. Cruz via S. Diego. Mlssourlan. ;'.:... Oct.' IP
Seattle & .Tacoma..... Buckman •.....". Oct. 16
San Pedro-... V. ....... Watson -... .".... Oct. 16
Pnget Sound Ports,.... Governor ...... Oct. 18
San Pedro & Way Ports Homer Oct. 18
Mendocino & Pt. . ArenalSea Foam Oct. 16
Coos Bay ......... . . . 111. F. Plant .'..'. Oct. ' 1 G
; Grays Harbor *"..-;;. ..-....\u25a0. .|Oct. : 17
Portland &>Astoria |Beaver ........ !Oct. 17
: San Pedr0. ........... 1 Rose C4ty .-. .. Oct.. 17
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa .... Oct. 17
Grays Harbor ........ Santa Monica... Oct. 18
Honolulu Wilhelmlna Oct. 18
Honolulu ...... ...iSierra Oct.»is
3an i Pedro. .-....: ..... . 1Hana1el ........ Oct. 20
Point Arena & Albion.. l Porno 1... '......'. Oct. 20
SUft Diego & San Pedro G. W. Elder... Oct. 20
Portland -&, Astoria...: Northland ....'. Oct.- 20
! Puget Sound Ports.:... Senator *........ Oct. 21.
San Diego & Way Ports Governor Oct. 21
China & Japan..... ~.. Tenyo Maru ... Oct. 21
New York ' Tla Ancon. . City of Para. . . Oct. 21
; \u25a0 .'\u25a0\u25a0:• y •\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0:. - to. sail •-'••\u25a0\u25a0•;.••.•\u25a0
Date I \u25a0 Steamer I Destination | Sails jPler
Oct.' 15]Redondo Coos Bay .. 3 pm 36
Oct. 15! Vanguard .'.... Humboldt '.. 1 pm 10-
Oct. lSJNorth Fork ... Humboldt . . 9am 33
Oct. 15 Chehalls ..- Log Angeles. 3-pm_
Oct. 15 G. Llndauer ... Grays I Harbr . '. . .... .
Oct. 15 Norwood, ...... Los Angeles. 2 pm ....
Oct.' l3 Daisy Willapa - Har .... .."..
Oct. 15 Jean1e "....:.... Puget Sound l.pm 10
Oct. 15 Santa Barbara.. Grays. Harbr ,4ipm' 51
Oct. 15 T. L. Wand... Portland >.Y. 5 pm 27
Oct. 15 Nevadan Honolulu ..: 12 m 38
Oct. 15 Hanalel.-;...... LAng Ports 3 pm 10
Oct. 15 San Juan.. Panama .... 12 m 42
Oct. 15 City of, Sydney Ancon direct 12 \ m 42 '
Oct. 15 Olson 1& - Mahny Ancon direct .... 19
Oct. lSlPresldent ...... Puget -Sound 2pm 9
Oct. 15!Plelades . . Sallna Cruz. 10 am 27
Oct. 151 G.W. Elder.. . Los Angeles. 7 pm 13"
Oct. 16 Santa Clara... Humboldt .. 10 am 13
0ct. .16 Porno ..:. . Point Arena. 6pm 4
Oct. 17 Mariposa ....... TahiU :.. 11 am 21
Oct. 17 Carlos ......... Willapa Har 2:pm 19
Oct. 17 Coos 8ay ...... San Pedro... 5 pm 11
Oct. lSlßalnler . ..Portland ... 3pm 27
Oct. 17 State of Cal... Humboldt;. 4 pn» ,11
Oct." 17' Governor ...s. San Diego. . 4pm 8
Oct. 18 Coronado -.....: Grays- Harbr .3 pm 21:-
Oct. 18 M. F.- Plant.... Coos Bay .. 3pm S
Oct. 18 Watson-.:...... Puget Sound 1 pm -10-
Oct. 18lBuckman 1.?.... Los Angeles. 10 am 10
Oct. ; 18 Rose City : .'. ... Portland . . . 12 m4O
Oct. IS Queen . . ;i .'.... Puget Sound 2pm ft
Oct. 19 Beaver ........ Los Angeles. 9 am 40
Oct. 19 Plea Foam 1 .... Point Arena. 4pm 4-
Oct..2ojJ. B. .Stetson.. Portland \u25a0>... 5 pm 19
Oct. 20 Xewburg .".-...\u25a0 Grays Harbr 3 pm 21 .-«
Oct. 20;Sa»ta Rosa :.^ San Diego... 11 am ' 9.
Oct. 20jgaglnaw .:.:.. Portland ... .... 27
Oct.2lG.W. Elder... Portland \u25a0 .. 1 10 am 13
Oct. 21(Homer ......... San Pedro..: ,3pm 11
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE * ~~~
','-'; 'Destination ' . ' .' | ". • \u25a0 Steamer ' \u25a0 |" Date
Skagway & Way Ports. I City of' Seattle. Ogt. 15
Seldovia'& Way "Ports. Jßertha ....;... Oct. 20
Skagway & Way Ports. | Humboldt .....". Oct. 21
Sun, -Moon and' Tide
United States " coast ' and . geodetic snrrey — Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point.. For city
\u25a0 front (Mission street wharf) > add 25 minutes.
. . .'.-\u25a0! SATURDAY. OCTOBER 15 -." .^ ;
\u25a0
Stm rises 6:19
Sun J 6ets - r. . . V . . . .' . . . . . .'.'. ;....... .^.. .... 5 :83
Moon sets .1:33 a. m.
Full- m00n.. ..........:. 0ct0ber 18. at 6:15 a, m;
Timel . ITimel ITimel s . JTlmel
oct — ] 'ttP — 1 rtn t—lt — 1 Ft I — -1 it
LW| r -IH W|- -. - IL^WI, 1H Wl . , :
13.. 2:27)-. 0.5t «:1S . 5.2 K 3:001 , 1.9 9:03 JTo
16.'. 3:18 ;0.6! 9:48 5.5 3:47 .1.2 9:56 : 5.2
17.. 4:02 ' 0.9 10:18 5.6 4:33 0.6 10:32 5.3
18.. 4:44 r ~ 1.2 10:53 -'5:8 5:12 "•' CO 11:48 5.S
19.. 5:28 \1.6'11:30 5.916:00 —0.4 '...: .....
H W *L W \u25a0\u25a0* \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 fH W - L W
20.. 0:48 5.0 6:OS : 2.1 12:07 6.0 6:51 —0.6
21.- 1:33 \u25a0; 4;7 6:54 r2.5 12:45 ,5.9 7:48—0,7
U. S. Branch Hydrographic Office
\u25a0 - A « branch 'of - the * United - States hydrogrophlc
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 \u25a0 are cordially invited to
.visit • the * office, where " complete . sets of .charts
and sailing -directions of the world ' are : kept at
hand > for \u25a0 - comparison "\u25a0 and -; reference < and ' the
latest J information can - always be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navlgatioa and mat
ters of Interest \u25a0to ocean commerce. • > : : '
; \u25a0 J. C. BURNETT. - .
-•; -/ ;^Llentenant,\U.'S.%N.. in charge.
Time Ball
United -\u25a0 States - branch hydrographje office. ; Jler
•: chants' ' Exchange, i San^ Francisco," "October
'•\u25a0'\u25a0"' 14,- 1910. 1 . f->'.^v--'" V.'-.- ' \u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0-\u25a0 '\u25a0*\u25a0•::\u25a0
,The s time ball^ on -the 1 . roof> of the : Fairmont
hotel • was 'dropped : today * exactly at noon. ? Pa
cific ; standard time^ 1 (120th 'meridian), or at;Bh.
00m. 4 005. ; Greenwich mean time.*:* •-..\u25a0:-"•"- '\u25a0'\u25a0"'..
r : " J./C.BUENETT.
• ' " ' Lieutenant/- U.S. it., in charge..
SHIPPING NEWS OF: COAST
Items of : Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
[Special Dispatch to '\u25a0 The Call]
:• - EUEEKA, Oct.' 14.— The ; Pacific Coast ' steam
ship company's . steamer ." State of California .ar
' rived '-from. San-Francisco: this, morning -with
freight; \u25a0\u25a0- mall, and * passengers. State • will
depart on the return trip .tomorrow at 9 o clock
a.-m.v \u25a0 ?\u25a0-\u25a0,'• •-'''•\u25a0 '•.' „"- - : -. ""\u25a0•-\u25a0\u25a0.-\u25a0 ' '- \u25a0• -\u25a0'-•
• .-The: North 1 Pacific, steamship company ssteam
er'Santa Clara departed for San Francisco this
afternoon with , freight, mail and passengers.' r
.VArrlving this morning was , the Hammond lum
ber \u25a0' company's * steamer :*: * Ravalll with -a s small
cargo of miscellaneous - freight.. The - RavalU >Is
loadlDg slumber at ; the' Samoa -wharf /for .the re-.
turn:trlp,to San Francisco. . --. "."-.: : , :...= ' - -' \u25a0\u25a0'-\u25a0. -
On the steamer -Santa Clara, which" sailed, t*
day \u25a0 ' were '-" 10.000 S boxes » of Z Humboldt ' apples
destined, for : Australia.",; They, will - be 'put -on
board ? a « steamer ., lea ring ; San ; Francl&o ; Sunday
for Australia. •\u25a0=:. CV -.. -' : -'' :^C *\u25a0'•''- *'~ '\u25a0' ' - ' ;* V
\u25a0.'Norwegian tramp steamer Sark; Captain GJert
son.'was clearedrat the custom bouse last' eTen
*ing-and* departed c ,thts:.morning^ for f Adelaide.
Australia, via* San Francisco,, with, a :cargo of
1,345,048 1 feet ?of $ rough : clear * redwood ; lumber,'
.valued 4^t '537,061:34.;: v;-v- r ;^'S- >;>; ;". *\u25a0?-:?\u25a0?
»'& FOKTLAOT) , Oct.* 14.~Amerlcan schooner Wil
liam - Npttlngham." 1,062 i tons ', net .-,burden.x Cap
tain Svenson,thaß't>eenchartereditoltlie Qomyn-
Mackall company! to carryilumber to; Sydney. N.
iS.>W.' It will 'bare a' cargoiot 1,300,000 -feet qf
lumber, vy The i Nottln gham is ' now \u25a0 at ; Callao,-: on
the- west coast of South' America.';' \u25a0-.y'^. \J '," -..-':
\u25a0 r Norweglan?«te*mer • Eiga.*» 2,440 i tons \ net, . Cap-"
: tain ' Marcusson," has .been ; taken lon i time : charter
to transportHumber. to Australia, the terms being
£885 a month.ilt is now at' Redondo discharging
railroads ties ; from « Mororan, < beluff * coosigaed : to
the " Java > and : : company^ It lis expected
that sit will be- due to' arrive I here to I begin | load
ing for> Australia- about >tbe s first cf s Norember."
:Al though no I definite Information conld be secured
i as ! to the t charterers.-j it •is t thoaght .: that -it was
taken by : the "American trading ; company. i~f^*K f.
pa When i the dredge » Chlnoos. ;itarted ' to ! work lat
' the I mouth ' off the .' Columbia < river; a j least deptu
'of ; 30 • feet ; at I lowl water ;,was 'found, * said - David
! B. 1 - Bell/j inspector on tthe . gortrnment [ dredge' for
! the r Vulcan > iron (works, ' and > who,' as : the 1 repair
! work aboard sthe j craft '• has* beea^ completed, -has
left \u25a0 it.-i Bell ! saya s , that : wbila : he .was 1 aboard I the
dredga over : 100 soundings were ; taken. J !W*f> \u25a0-.-.,.
•'^'/Aj new i schedule. of irates\was; adopted by»the
port « of S Portland t commission % and 5 wlllr become
effective S Novembers 1 % and J remain I so I nntil | No
vehber iff 1911:,' Steam 999 ; tons!oa
gross tonnage iwillibe charged 20 cents a ton in
stead;. of 1 24 cents ;1 1,000 1 to J 1,999 itoos. * 18 1 cents
instead of 21 cents: 2.000 tons t0*3,909 tons," 16
cents t instead s.of g 18 1 cents,-- and £.4,ooo » tons ? and
orer.i 14 cents instead ; of ils i cents,*)? Redactions
in! ratesJonj sailing; vessels f, on net^tonnageiTdll
up to 599;t0n» be 18 cents **^toa ! la s place :of ?18
cents; COO to 600 tons; IScents a ton Instead of
17 cents. 'and 7,ooo* tons" aud over. 14 cents In
stead-ofl^ cents. - Fifty dollars win; be J the
minimum - charge » for \u25a0 any - veanel. 1 while the i old
rate was $40. Whereas In the ©Id tariff there
wcrettwo -Uyrdays at-2 ceot»' per too a <Jsy,
with a minimum of « s4o. there are. ln the new
'tariff three lay ilsjs at 10 cpd:s n ton. .with a
minlmnm.of $30. Additional lay days are $oO a
day for. each »loO feet, or fraction thereof, of the
length of the Tessfl< using the dock*: 24 hoars cr
more than five hours to constitute one. lay day.
And fire ' hours . or more than an hoar to consti
tute" a -half lay. day... The 1 towage tarltt of 10
cents for every l.CCO; feet. of lumber which ex
isted; against. .lumber, vessels" was done- away
with,'- and Superintendent Champion was empow
ered-to charge only "What was deemed a reason
able, rate. ; \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 T • ':- •:."..' \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0• \u25a0 •-. - . • ;
ASTORIA, Oct. \u25a0 14.— Steamer - Eureka arrived
this morning with general cargo. - . .
\u0084T ank steamer W. S.. Porter sailed this after
noon ".for,. San -Francisco . alter 'discharging Its
cargo of crude oil. . -. "- -• V • -'" s » « »
Steamer Beaver will sail. late tonlsrht for San
Francisco and San Pedro ' with a fall list of
passengers and a heavy < freight. \u25a0 ,
Schooner Irene was towed » up the river this
morning and will - load lumber -at tie Inm&n-
Poulsen mill. "?\u25a0 . ' . .' - ' ' . -
Steam schooner .-Wellesley arrived from ICnapp
, ton '\u25a0 Thursday evening • with •a \u25a0 cargo -of - lumber
for. San Francisco.* - -.>.".' "' r- ::\u25a0'' '\u25a0 •
; Army Transports •.-..-. ,'
; The Buford i» in port; out of commlsalon
. The 'Crook is at Manila.
- -The Dlx... homeward bound from -Manila to
Seattle. = is at- Honolulu. -, ..
; The Logan- is at Manila.. .
. The Bherldan is ln^port. - ' :
•The Sherman, outward I bound, sailed October
12 from Honolulu. •\u25a0•'.\u25a0•
The Thomas is in port, under repairs. \u25a0
.. The -Warren is In tbe Philippines.. .' •' \.
NEWS OF. THE OCEAX
'.' Coast Lnmher Charters
The schooner Irene and the steamers Casco and
Bandon are under charter for lumber -from Co
lumbia river to San Frenclsco at $3.50. -
; . " ' ExpoTts by the Alaskan
The steamer Alaskan sailed for Sallna. Cruz on
Tuesday with cargo laden here and at other coaat
ports consigned principally to. New York- and to
European cities, via the Tehuantepec railroad.
The cargo laden here wa» valued at $4S4.CO.Vthe
distribution being as follows: For New York.
$164.C9f1; Germany,' $129,052; France, $133.551;
England, $?.497; -Holland, 53.354: Denmark.
53.208: .Belgium, $16,253: Italy. 5770; F.i-ssta.
$1,233; Mexico, 1.142: JTewfoanaiand." $1.C30.
\u25a0The prlßdpal shipments and, their destinations
were. as follows:
To- New Y0rk— 32.846 gals and 25 cs wine.
15.033 cs fanned goods; 3.600 cs. 320 bbls and
115 half bbls salmon; 155.700 lbs beans. 1,930 lbs
peas. 423,660 lbs prunes, 202 bales hay.. 69.407
lbs hops, 17 cs bitters. 23.311 lbs nuts, 77.626
lbs wool, 21,352 lbs old rubber. ' *
To Germany — 1.76S cs canned fruit. 1.546,174
lbs dried fruit," 22,500 lbs raisins. 2.124 lbs Ta
nllla beans. 11,000 Its apricot kernels.
To France— l.BoC.3ol lbs dried fruit.' 25 cs
canned fruit. 61.405 lbs tallow
To England— l2,soo lbs dried peaches,' 1,500 cs
salmon. ... -.-•-. .
•To H011and— 36,375 lbs dried fruit, 5,500 lbs
apricot kernels. :. - • \u25a0 . ,
, To Denmark— -.".7.125 lbs dried. fruit.
T6 Belgium— 2lß,o73 lbs dried fruit. 36,300 lbs
raisins. 273 cs canned fruit.
•To Italy— 11, ICO Ib 3 apricot kernels. •
To. Russia— l2.Cso lbs tlrled fruit. .
To Mexlco^-Ss.t>ao lbs malt, 2,000 lbs sugar.
591 lbs hops. 5 bbls salmon.' \u25a0
jTo Newfoundland— sss ca canned fruit. \u25a0
The steamer also hadcareo from Pu;et' sound
for Mexico, valued at $1,465,.' and large ship
ments of lumber, salmon, etc.. valued at $124
025, en route fr»m-the sound to New York. 1
Snppltes for the Kforth '
"The steamer Eureka: called for Victoria, on
Wednesday with cargo consigned to various
British American elties r o'alued at $32.09.*, and
including the following: - •
138.642 16s dried fruit.' R3.957 lbs ralMns. 61.
000 lbs malt. 4.501 lbs beans. 1.445 lbs ctioco
late, 210 pkgs onions. 134 bbls pickles. 1.505 «>•
canned goodß. 231 lbs nuts, 20 cs egs^»; 24 pkgs
vegetables. 760 lbs coffee. 210.000 lbs, salt, 461
gals wine. 102 ca mineral water. 37 pkgs elec
trical goods,'; 20 cy ls gas. 250 tins matches. 11
pkgs paints. 3SO rolls rooflag, ,11 pkgs wagon
material. 103 bb^s asphalt. - - ,
•The steamer also had 4 pkgs' of machinery,
valued at $900,- en /route, to Anckland,' New
Zealand. . ". -
:,'*"%• -' Shipment of Oil \u25a0 \ ,'
The British tack steamer Trinculo sailed from
Port San Luis for ,Tocopllla and Talui . on
Wednesday with 42,000 . barrels of crude oU in
bulk, valued at $25,200.
'\u25a0{ '-• \u25a0' • liicenses -
Steamer Shoshone— A: F. Asplnnd, master* re
newed. .: ' -..-...
Schooner Temple E. Dorr— A. Ravea. enrolled.
Steamer Modoc — C. W. Schnler, renewed.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
'•' '.-'-" ARRIVED'
. „ \u0084 „ v " Frrday. October; 14.: !
- 2:lo p. m..- U. S. stmrssaerldan. Healey, S"
days 16 hours 4S minute* from Manila, via 1
Nagrasatr 2514 days, and Honolulu 7 days 17
hours; passengers and merchandise to C S. cov- 1
ernment: 91 first cabin. 38 Second cabia. 416
troops. 26 bags U. 8: 7 mail. . . . -.*.•
-6 p. m...sciir Ottllle Fjord.' Erlckson. IS days
from Tyne point. viaSeminoff Islands 13 days;
800 barrels salmon. 200 barrels herrins to Pacific
States trading • company .
3:30 p. .m.. stmr Washtenaw. Graham. 21
hours from Port San Luis; 25.000 barrels oil to
Union oil company. • \u25a0 ...
— a. m., schr Alice. McPhle. 21 days from
Anacortes; 350 tons codSsn to Union fish com
pany. . s . , \u25a0
12:20 p.* m., stror President. Thomas. 21 hours
55 minutes from Redoado Beach : passenKers and
merchandise to Pacific Coast steamship compzny.
2 p. m..stmr St. Helena. Jamiesoa. S7 hours
from Everett;. S9C poles to R. B. Swayne, 1.6C0
tons wheat to'Balfonr. Guthrio & Co.
.7 -a. r m.. istmr Whlttler; Seaman, 23 hoars
from Port "San Luis; oil to Union oil conoany;
up river -direct. " . . - ,
12:15 a. m.. stmr Unimak, : Hansen.' 9 days : 7
hours from. Afognak;' ballast to- Alaska packers'
association.- .' \u25a0 \u25a0 , •
I 6:50 a. m.J'stmr Koyo, Under, 13 hours from
Mendocino; 375.000 feet - lumber to . Mendociso
lumber company. . . " . .
** 8:50 a. m., stmr Klamath, Jahrisen. 37 hours
from San Pedro;. 35 passengers - 16 Charles R.
McCormick.- -
11:20 a. m., stmr Marshfield.' Anlln. 53 hours
from Redondo Beach;, ballast, to-Cottoneva.lum
ber company. - - • -.-,.•; \u25a0
\u25a012:15 p. ' m., stmr Point Arena." Jacobsen. 13
hours from Albion; 208.000 feet lumber to Albion
lumber company. . .
12:25 '-\u25a0 p. m..' stmr Hanalel, ' McFarlaad. 45
hours from, San Pedro; passengers ami merchan
dise-to independent -steamship oocapany. •
6:35 a. "m.,* Fr bark Amlral Cecille. Marchan
deau, , 189 , days . from t Antwerp. via Hobart 63
days; merchandise to Henry Lund & Co. , . '
-x 1:43 a. m.. briir.W. G. Irwln. Warner. 8 days
from Roche Harbor; 3,750 barrels lime to Roche
'Harbor -lime company. • " •- . ' \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0. :- . \u25a0-•: ,
1:53 p. m...; schr -Monterey. Kelly, 11 hours
from'. Monterey: 19.000; barrel* -oil to Associated
transportation company; In • totv tng \u25a0 Navigator. •
0:30 ; a." m.; . schr Kuby. : Korth, C . days . frcia
Coquille river; -350,000 feet lumber to Sudden &
Christensen. \u25a0'..-. .- .\u25a0: . l. ; .-*\u25a0-:\u25a0 ,
•\u25a0^6:40 a. m.. baree 03. Kirk wood. 21 hours from
Port-San -Luis: oil to Standard-oil compsny; in
tow. tug Dauntless: up, river dlrsct. . . .
CLEARED
•Friday. October 14. '
:. Ger.'stmr .OslrU. Schwank." Hamburg, and way
ports via Seattle and^Vanc6aver: ; Kosmos lin«.
-StnJr.San Juan. Frazler. Aneba' and wiy ports;
Paclfle ; Mall steamship : company. . '...\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 :-' •:-.
s Stmr • City ' of Sydney. Fisher. Ancou; '\u25a0 Pacific
Mall. steamship compao'y: ._.-.-\u25a0 - \u25a0. • -? '-.:.-\u25a0„ \ .
Stmr President. Thomas." Seattle; Pacific : Coast
steamship company." -/ : >/:--,•- \u25a0.\u25a0 :^; - -
\u25a0 Stmr Coos' Bay,: ; Bbwen", \u25a0 Sin "Pedro; <- Pacific -
Coast steamship'; company. . '
. Brstmr Harfleur, Sadler. Port Townsend; Dofl
well & Co. -." ' - : . . c. .
S4ILED - ... .-"\u25a0' - .\u25a0:
. " \u25a0 - 1 *- Friday, October 14.
; -7:05- p. -:• m., \u25a0" power schr. Newark; Waylaad.
Byxbee- landing, i- •\u25a0»\u25a0'.---•- •--••-. :•_—.
7:05 p. m., power : schr iWashcalore.' Peterson.
Bandon. r .. : ~a, • . •-. > - - -
i \u25a0 • 7:10 p.- m.,- stmr Sfaoshone, 'Asplund, Columbia
: river.- \u25a0-. \u25a0 •:..- '\u25a0 \u25a0 ' •- < •'-\u25a0 • \u25a0 \u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0•;. :\u25a0- '
j i7;13- p. m., Br stmr - Harfleur. -Sadler, Port
Townsend. *.. :..-' . . \u25a0. . . '? : ..
'-, 2 :30 * p. : m. ,' ' stmr - Claremont.'- Chrlstensoa, As
toria.-": *\u25a0;";-. r. .-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.>- . - :
I0;40'a. m., stmr Roanoke,* Dunham. Portland.
- 9:50 a.m., stmr Rose, City, Maioor Saa Pedro.
":':,"-.- \u25a0.>-,'-:>.^ ,-- SPOKEN*.,^ 4- -\u0084- \ .-- .
- :Per Fr>bark Amlral' Cecllle^— Sept. 2. 4 p." m..
east of - Aten island. Cook archipelago.- Xor bark
Triton, '.from' Timaru ; for.WaWeaisland.
- -TELEGRAPHIC- . -'. - ; -/;>,; \
- "POrjJTiLOBOS,^Oct.?I4. .10 p. m.— Weather
na«y; wfad^NW;, velocity^ miles an hour. >-i
-.'\u25a0:• > : WEATHER REPORTS -•'-..,
POINT^LOEOS. Oct.'l4:-0 a. m.— Clear; wind
NE;velocity. 6 miles;aa hour. ' . • - -\u25a0 /" \u25ba
- . POIST > BEYE3. Ojt.*l4,'i »\u25a0*> m,— Oear:' wind
N; velocity! IS mllesan hour.- . - 1 --;-,>
r FABALLOXES.' Oct. 14. ,0 a.' m.— Cloudy; wind
3TW; velocity 12 miles 'an hour.' '\~s* -,-v-,.-.;- : -;.<\u25a0-
H TATOOSH. Oct.. 14. & a^: m.— Light rain: 'wind
SE:- velocity 15 miles an hour.- _. • - r
s. POINT i'LOBOS. \u25a0- Oct.^ 14.^ 12 ;m.— dear; wind
NW ; velocity 616 1 miles aa hour, i- -\u25a0\u25a0:.>-' •• ' .j- •-• -'\u25a0
- POINT.LOBOS*,.Oct.a4.:3 p.^m;— Hazy; wind
JTW;;vel6city*.lo mile*.Bn"hour.<7 'r ••*\u25a0
> ..;, ,:\u25a0\u25a0< v.w poMESTIC PORTS •• »; * • » -i :
.'- VEXTDRA— ArrIvad ?Oct.vl4, ? $ i p.> ml— Bktn
FullertOD3in;towi tug Defiance.; from San \u25a0PeUro;
6 a.:- m.; .stmr .' laqaa. from Saa i Pedro. «. ,\u25a0, \u25a0 t
v Sailed -Octri 14,^ 10:30 a.-m.-^Stmr *I«qua,' for
San'FraDCleco.''-:V •<. - ; i.,i-v . \u25a0.-,,\u25a0 ,-.
;V;V- SOUTH ! BEND- Sailed Oct. ? 13-TStmr \ Mayf air.
forSan^Franclsco."..^-- > V; '-,\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0.- \u25a0'\u25a0 : --,.*. "; .-- •,;-\u25a0•
w .-Arrived t Oct.- 14. " 12 ;, m. — Peru ;bark- : Cavour.
from. Port'- Townsend.* '-' • . - -*: • - . ' \u25a0 • -
f?, TACOMA— Arrived > Oct: 14^-Stmr . La Toucbo;
from * Seattle.' ?r;-r;; * -.-.". ---, \u25a0•-, , ;< . -
.; Sailed ; Oct. ; 14— Br . ship - Riverside, for . Hain
turs»?^vw '\u25a0>--'-\u25a0- •'. . \u25a0 ;;\u25a0\u25a0;.: : ••\u25a0 \u25a0•\u25a0 \u25a0•
\u25a0 .- .... .",-\u25a0• - \u25a0-. i \u25a0<\u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0'..: -.\u25a0"'\u25a0:
AUCTION SALES
fe* AT AirCTION jfe
SATURPAT/Octoher 15/ at 11 «. m.. 53" head
of large Mares ami Horses, Wagons e&d Earaess.
583 4U^ St.* Oakland. w- '.. -. \u25a0\u25a0'.;\u25a0
.'"', J. W. MEDSIROS. Aactioneer.
/HUHGARiASi P3S!Eg
HO html of ' ponies." troken single, double and
to ride, from Uopland Stock Farm, on sale Octo-
ber 13. 10 and if. at CHASE'S, 478 Val«oci« st.
SAN* DlEGO— Sailed Oct. I*— Stmr BorvrdoJa.
for Ventura. • V* \ * A
FORT BR.VGG-^Airtretl Oct. 14— ©«Sr Na
tional City, hence Oct. 13.
ALBlOX— Sailed Oct. 14— Stmr Fulton, foff
Saa Pedro. V * : .
! \u25a0- JUXEAt?— ArriTed Oct. 14. 1 a. m.— Stmr
Bertha, from ValAv. c
KETCHIKAN'— ArriTed Oct. 14, 5 a. m.— StmP
Cottar* City. \u25a0 from Seattle for Skajway; » a.
m., ehsr lluaboMt. from Seattle. '
POnT GAMBLE— Sailed Oct. 14— Bktn Gardi
ner City. for. San Francisco. .
BA>*PON— ArrlTed Oct.^ 14— Star Newport,
from Coos bay.
. EUREKA— SaiIed Oct. 14. 11 a. m.— Nor stmr
?ark. for Saa Francisco.
Sailed Oct. 14. 4 p. ta. — Srmr Saata Cars.
for : San Francisco. \u25a0 .
ArriTed Oct. 14, 7 a. 'm. — Stmr Rnrall!. hene« -
Oct. 22;: 10 a. • m.. atmr Stats ot Callforsla.
benco Oct. 13. " , : .1
• Ssilefi Oct. 14, 3 p- in.— Star AcraWtofiSaa
Franci»co. .. • \u25a0 • - , • • »*' -*»i
' ArrlTed Oct. 14, S 9. ra.— Stmr 'SAs'-'jPeOro.
bence Oct. 13. - :- •' -' ."• T"
NEEDLE ROCK— Arrived Oct. 15— 3tnSLio»ati
Coast, hence Oct. 11. .->or *
•IEONUALE— ArrITwI Oct. 14. 11" . •..><m.^— Br
«tmr Benia Dollar, tiance Oct. 30. •/»<!
ASTORIA— Sa'.Ied Oct. 13. 7 p. nu-^tms»
TVelTesli>y, for San Pedro. ' «vrs
Sailed Oct. 14, 3 p. m. — Stmr W. 3. Porter,
for Saa Francisco. >- j
Arrlred Oct. 14 — Stair Enreka, from Eweia.
LCDtOW— Arri-red Oct. 14— Stiar Xl*orton,
tesee Cct. ": stmr Falr!iaT««n. tance Oct. 81
SANTA BARBARA— Arrired Oct. 14i-stmT
Santa Jlr.sa. hence Oct. 13. - . .
ArrlTed Oct. 14 — Stmr Homer, hence Oct. 11.
Sxilsd Oct. 14 — Stmr Homer, for San Pedro.
Salted Oct. 14 — Stmr Santa £osa, for -San
Die«o. ' " • / -V-, -* 1
. SEATTLE— ArrIred Oct. 13— Stmr Riverside,
from Enreta. Oct. 14, 3a: ni.— Bart EUrrcster.
from Dundaa: 7 a. m.. strr.r Santa Ana; from.
Alaska :*10:S0 a. m..itmr City of .Seattle, from,
S»-3gway; 11 a. m.,- ttmr Noma City, hecco Oct.
10. ' '
Arrired Oct 14. 5 p. m.—V. S. stmr Arnerta.
from'ctnise: 1:30 p. m., Jap atmr 'Awa"Uaro»
from Hongkong. . "* ..
SaUed Oct. 14. 12 m.— Snip A, 3. Taller, foe
Port Blakeley. " '
Sailed Oct. IS, 7 p. m.— Stmr Meteor, for
Alaska; 4 p. m.. itmr Mexican, for Tacoma: &
p. m.. stiar Harold Dollar., .for San Francisco;
10: SO p. m., Btmr FairhaTen. for Ln&ow. Oct.
14. 10 a. m. — Stmr GoTeraor. for San Francisco.
EVERETT— ArriTed Oct. 13. 10 p. m.— Br
star Beachy, frota Seattle.
' TACOMA— ArrITed Oct. 14 — Stmr Mexlcaa,
from Seattle; stmr Harold Dollar, frota Seattle:
stair Arliocaa. from Hllo.
' ALBION — ArrlTed Oct. 14. 10:30^ a- m. — ScmT
Grace -Dollar, from KeUondo Beach. • » " ' \u25a0
To sail Oct. 15, p. m.— Stmr Grace Dollar,
for San Francisco. . " \u25a0 ' • '
KETCTIIKAN— ArrITed Oct. 13. 5:30 p. m.—
Stmr Jefferson, from Skagway.
SE WARD— ArrlTed Oct. 13— Stmr Dora. from>
' VALDEZ-^Salled Oct. 13— Stmr Olympla. for
Senttle \u25a0 ~ -
SAN PEDRO—^Arrtred Oct. 14— Stmr Sa^lnaw.
from South Bemt: strar Shasta, from Columbia
rlTer; atar Yellowstone, hence Oct. 12: «chr
Andy Mahony. from Eureka.
To saU Oct. 14, p. m.— 3tmr Helen P. Drew.
for San Francisco. .
CRESCENT ClTY— ArrlTed Oct. -I*— Stmr Del
Norte; hence Oct. 12; will sail Oct. 16 for Saa
Francisco. ' ; .
EASTERN PORTS
NEW YORK — ArrlTcd Oct. 13 — Br. stmr Ixmt
th»r Castla. from IloUo. . " ::' 'J, "." .
Sailed Oct. IS— Er stmr Cora. -for Valparaiso.
ISLAND PORTS
HONOLCLr— ArriTed Oct. 14— Jap stmr Tenyo
Mam. from Yokohama for San Francisco.
Sall<*d Oct. .14— Br stair • ilarama. for Van
coarer* U. S. stmr Sbermaa.- for-Maalla.
FOREIGN POSTS
VICTORIA— SaiIed Oct. 14— Br stair Scottlsa
Monarcti. for St. Vincent.
VANCOUVER— S*4iIe«I Oct. 13. 2. p. m.— Er
stmr VascotiTer. 'for Coxaox.
\u25a0 YOKOHAMA— ArrI-red Oct. 14— Stmr Man
cliarla,. Hence Sept 27. .
UsHANT— Passed Oct. 13— Ger «tmr Itaurl,
frt»m Ramhnrs for San Francisco.
HONGKONG — Arrived Oct. 14— Nor stiar Sel-
Ja. from Orison Ti* Maail.i.
SANTA ROSALIA— ArriT«d Oct. 4— Fr stmff
Amlral llamelia. hence Se»t. 24.
PERlM— Passed Oct. 14-;Br stmr St. Patrick.
from Yokohama for New York.
MELBOURNE — Arrived prior Oct. 14— Nor
stmr Titanla.^henee Sept. 3. -
MONTEVIDEO— SaiIed Oct. 13— Br stmr H. C.
Heary, for Seattle.
OCEAN STEAMERS
LIVERPOOL— Arrived Oct. 14— Stmr Empress
of Ireland, from Qnehec.
PLYMOUTH— Arrived Oct. 14 — Stmr Dentseh
land. from Ne^r" York.
NEXV YORK— ArrlTed Oct. 14— Stmr Italia.
from Lejcorn. • . "-'-' ; /
3lemonada
Per Kchr'Ottllie Fjord — Had favorable weather
the entire Toyage Hovra.
F«r schr Ruby — 2 a. m.. Oct. 14. ancnored la
Bafcers beach on account of wind dyln- ont an<i
stronsr. tt>X> tide; Fr. ship AnJral Cecill© Tvaa alsa
anchored close by. - ...::.
Daznara lies la same posltioa; co changer pump
now beinsr pot ia plac»: sea Tery, snspoth-
D a. m. — HaTft started Ja to work on No_3 and
N"o. 4 holdi; hare barjc? on port' aide "on quarter
and one on starboard side on quarter: tTro'taora
barees \u25a0 staadlns by; pus:ps are.aliont ,to bo
started.
GOOD -TEMPLARS MEET
IN VALLEJO NEXT YEAR
PASADENA. Oct.* 14. — The following
officers of the California grand lodge.
International Order of Good Templars,
elected at the morning session yester
day, were installed at the final session*
last nlg&t. ,"- . 1-
A. CV.Banta, San ' Jose, grand chief templar.
Robert Injrram. Saa Ftstsc:sco, srana counselor. ,
Miss Myrtle Shaw. Pasadona. grand Tlca tem
plar asd grand Tlce connselor.
Theodore D. Kanouse, Los Angelea, grand sec-,
retary. ' .
W. P. Netherton. Santa Cnw. grand treasurer.
. L. B. Mallory. Los Gatos, grand electoral sa
perlntendent. . . " ' : . _
Mrs. L. E. Andrews, grana snperlatendent of
Jnvenlle worS. - „-* ; '•_\u25a0\u25a0
\u25a0 • The appointive officers announced by
Grand Chief Templar Banta.' were:
Ernest Stone. Fullerton, grand marshal; Emma
Rlddell. Barbank. grand deputy marshal; F. M.
Sweeley. Marlposa. grand messenger: Orrtlle
Drew. San Joae. grand assistant secretary: Carl
Johnson. Los Angeles, grand gnardr Walter
Brandt. Sherman, grand sentinel; O. V. Blame.
Los Angeles, grand chaplain. . \
W. P. Xetherton of Santa Cru2- was
elected deputy to the . international
chief templar. J. R. Kobblns of Oak
land~was elected delegate to the'inter
national and supreme lodge to be held
In "Hamburg,- Germany,- and. C. R.
Bergen of Pasadena was elected as al
ternate delegate! ', . \u25a0'\u25a0"
i Delegates were elected to the national
lodge to .be held in Brooklyn, ai fol
lows: -.-.-_ -^ \
.* J. H. s Bobbins and W. S. WHllama, Oakland;
Mrs, E.» M. North Williams, A. L. Johnston.
Mrs. Sadie E. Johnston and W. J. .Enslc, San
Francisco: W. 0. Blaise and Theodore 'Kanonse,
Los Angeles. • ' :' '
T 'George D. Kellogg. : Newcastle;' F. H.
Fatt; : Santa Monica and C. R- . Burger.
Pasadena.' were ] re-elected .trustees of
the California grand lodge. .
.; Vallejo was 'chosen 'as ; the' place for
holding the 1911 session of .the 'grand
lodge. ''"''/' Xi :r*.
BITSGLAaS HAID SxOSE A2TD. HOME—Bur
glars raided the store of Rosenblum Brother*.
2715. Mission street, during -ThßrsUay nlsht
and carried a way o«trieb plmne* - and \u25a0 other
feathers Taloed at $1,207, and " $5 in cash.
The home of B. Hellfrota. 1853 Waller street,
\u25a0was robbed of articles to- the .Talne of $411.
IpHUTIONiCO.
490 California St. Tel. Donslas 2487
St. Francis. Hot el. Tel. Douglas 3033
Members of New York Stack Exchange
* Pioneer " nonse" -' f ' v '' ! '/_'
/\u25a0prtvate/IVlre toChlcnsor .\. :\
' and New - York*
/B. ;e.' MUtCAH Y,* Maia»«jr.,
-•- : private ' Vflre— -XeW * York, CUcag*
:- \u25a0\u25a0 - \u25a0 - Western Unla»-Code : ir<3j t::**
•/ j;/G. : WILSONp
. c -"\u25a0--. 'U - . ~ MEM "KR . '" . *v* * ; "•• \u25a0* i
7 I JTEW -YORK -: STOCK * EXCHAXGE
. ,-•?\u25a0 CHICAGO 'BOARD 'OF TIIADK - "
fHB STOCK ASDBOXO EXCUAXGE
V. -\u25a0 _\u25a0: \u25a0*\u25a0:.\u25a0\u25a0 '• SAX." FRANCISCO r-, a Cv.ri *.-.:•
Main Office, Mllla Bids;., San; Fra»cts»co
'. . Branch i- Offlces— Palace Hotel «•\u25a0 (ntaiu
corridor) , San .' Francisco ; ' Hotel Alexa a -
'drla,''Xoai'Asiß;elea,".Cal.';.--- - "-..":•
. ; Correspondent*— Harris, W'Ln throy • «fc
Co., Netr York* Colcago, .; Loadoa and
Parla, .-^. -^ 'v. ; \u25a0:; ; :\u25a0'; * .
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