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STEAMSHIP DAMARA
MAY BE SOLD HERE
Fate of Battered Vessel Jo Be
Decided by Owners and
Underwriters
ITHIN the nest few
days • the owners
and the underwrit
er^ who carried
the Insurance on
the British steam
er Damara. which
went on the rocks
at Fort point sev
eral weeks ago and
was dragged off
after 11 days of
pounding:, will de
cide what disposi
tion will be made
of the b!* ship. For
the !ast week tele
grams bearing on
the fate of the Da
lnara have pa6sed
between the own
ers in Ixmdon and the local representa
tives of the underwriters, with the re
sult that three propositions are now
under consideration as to what will be
done with the steamer.
The first proposal is to make tem
porary repairs **o as to enable the ship
to be taken back to Scotland, where It
*as bum, and where complete repairs
can he made for half the cost In this
©ountry. a second proposal is to place
.- "h« I>«msra in first class condition be
fore the ship leaves the drydock at
itunters point, Such repairs will cost
Mi the neighborhood of $100,000.
The tMrd proposition, and the one
?vhirfc is very likely to be decided upon.
is to BU>.tion the steamer off to local
ete&mshipnien. Representatives of a
number of local steamsUp companies
nave visited the Hunters point drydock
last week and Inspected the Da'mara
Hnd it is rumored that a number of
local men are willing to bid for Vh?
Hntish ship if t O o high a price is not
ser as a minimum bid.
The bottom of the Damara-is ruined,
plate from the keel up for
.ly i*»ft on either side escaped the bat
tering of the rocks, rfnd in a number
of places the rocks jabbed through the
*» u *er bottom and punctured the false
"ottom. All these plates must be re
-newed befor* the Damara will be sea
worthy again.
The !ast of the cargo of nearly S.flOO
lon.s of barley will be ?ake n from the !
Uamara today. As fast as the sacks
;»r*» hoisted from the hold of the steam
er they are Joar]f> ( ] ,»n barges and sent
<:r> the tracrainento river, where the j
rtarley is s<>!,| to ranchers for hog feed.
\> :th the hold of the steamer empty,
•\u25a0nginoprj: will be able to locate the j
«lamag:«>d plates, and by the middle of I
me week those now interested in the
M*ani*T will be able to get bids of
the temporary and permanent repairs,
so trm by the beginning of next week
n d*^c«sion can be reached as to what
wj*l \-.f> done with the steamer. I
Xrvsdstn Ilrpalr* Complrtrd
1 "The rf>p:iirs on the Am?rican-Ha
\u25a0 wiilfan Steamship company's steamer
[Ne«*dan; und«r charter to tlie Matson
ll > rm\ igation fomp»ny, which lost its pro
ijifV.fr Khnft ;incl proppller recently and
iind to h^ tor.e.i into port, were com-
H"-."-.^ yr«t«>i-,3ay at the Union Iron
\u25a0.vnrks. Tiif Kevadah will be taken
t 0 Hanj.er'B point dvydook today, where
j \u25a0 uill !.<\u25a0 sacrcAex) and painted before
ctetiln Lak!n«s vp its rejruiar run.
• ilsicirr to Join Fleet
LTbo I'nited Btat«S supply p)jip Gla- j
«-".*t v,-;;i come In from t.ie stream to- ,
<?»y snc\ dock at p!er 42 for the purpose j
-*>T fpkinft: on a cargo of general pup- i
plitst for ilie nait Jej»!ilps nnv nt tarpret i
prarii<-p off i^anta Barbara. Th<> load
incr of the carpo will be completed
,Ti>urF<l.Ty. arhoti the Glacier will Pali to
join tl-.e fleet.
Korea »-«ill* Tomornm
• Tlie PariHc Mail steamship rom
|..ii\s steamer J<orea. Captain J>aun
«l^rß. will Fail tomorrow with a full
passeiiK^r n.«t and a cargo of merchan
«lij=t for Honolulu. «"hlna. Japanese
ports and Manila. Practically the en- I
tir^ cjrjro of the Korea is marie up of i
jrovrrn^nient stores and supplies, which
will b« distributed to various PiillSp.
pirc ports.
AVatcr Pront \oir-n
The Associated oil copipany's
n-'snw Ro?ecrr>nz will sail from port
tin's morn'n;? with a cargo of crude oil
for northern ports. The steamer -will
undertake to tow the bftrsrcAmy Tur
ner, loaded with cement, to Portland ;
1 r.e tug .^nnnffht, Captain Henry C.
Peterson, towed the schooner Ida Mo-
Kay <»i:t to sea early yesterday morn
insr. Th»» schooner is headed for Eu
reka to take on a cargro of lumber.
Thr- steamer Stanley Dollar, Captain
Timing, arrived in port yesterday 1515
cays from Ancon with n carjro of gen
eral merc"nandi<s? for the California itnd
Atlantic Ptean'.sh'p company.
W. 11. Sebree.' son of Admiral Sebree,
fir rived h«»re on the Fteair.fr Santa
Ciara from Eureka yesterday. Sebree.
*vho i.-; an engineer, has been inspectingr
watfr riplits for a new power company
which purposes establishing: a plant
iicar Euifka.
Th" total lumber lecciptg of yester
day reached 1.1 £7, 000 feet.
By Initrrt Wtrrlraa
STEAMER PRESIDENT, from Settle f.%r San
I'rancisco — Nnv «>. 9 a. m.. off Point Arena;
vxiiort tt arriv«» 2:4Ti p. ni.
ETEAKER COVEBXOE. from San Fraiif iwn for
SritttJo— Xor «. S a. m.. ,7S mil** n»rth of
Ope Mfn*l«vinfi; rtotody: f»>a f>mor<th: f>mall
nor(lin>»f MTHt: lljflit fast wind; baromftpf,
S«'.2l : lcniperstur**. .V».
ETZAK^E SANTA CLARA, from Kuroka f«r
s«n Fran^w-"" — K\ppr» lo arri»p at S«n Fran
< if-~n 11 a. in.. ,N"v fi.
STEAMER SIERRA, from Honolulu for Sao
I FranrlCCO — Not 5. fi p. m.. W.i niilPf from
jL S»o rren'-isro; Hjrlit Mtttt wind; «-a nmonth;
flk •*' \u25a0'* Jii«*r <lcjir: liarornpter. C 0.40;. 40; i»_-nip»rature.
TS; flll welt. v,::
Army Transport*
\u25a0 Tho B'.iford is In port.
«\u25a0 1 Took is at Manila.
- '• .«\u25a0 I»ix is at Sesttl".
''":\u25a0<• !.rsjn arrived NoTember 4 at Honolulu.
. Vii" siiernsan. outward bound, saimd October
3 4 frunt Honolulu.
The Sherl^sn sailed N^Tcmber 5 for Manila.
The Thomas I« at Moore & Scott's shipyard,
u»<W repairs.
Tho n'lttres i* In the Philippine*.
HYDROGEAPHIC OFFICE
l>f»ptb ft moan low waicr. entrance to harbor.
PL.ACC I Ft. ! Date | Remark*
i-rars liar 19 !<H"t. 27' Depth eiTeh Is for south
\^ I j cliannel.
Willap«_ B !_a"__! Sept ._j. !
Colun;. R.I 25 jSept 2"! . . . ._^. -j^^.- •-^ \u25a0
~ J>v ». I Bar buoy to right of
NVfcalm R 0 'July 10) entrance. Channel is
! shifting to north,
j j rery narrow. 150 ft.
Tillmk B~ 9 'July s'Channel shifted 1 tiille
j j ootith in gale Not. 2S.
V«<iuina Bj l"^,Sept. \'±\ :.... ...
S ! uslaw R ! 44 Sept. 1 1 j
1 mnqna R| 9 'Sept. 30 1| .V.....».
ffrf.s B^y 4_i.B ;Oct~slCan buoy No. \ gone.
i oijuiHe Rj 8 ifict. 4 jCbanncl straight.
Ttogue RItI 2 ' Sep tTTj . •j_ L^ i z^_ ll ji • »;-.•\u25a0••••
K !» mtb_ll', _4 i Oct. 3 {Channel sonrT.wett. •
Hnibldt B : 13 ; Sept. 1 jChannel straight work-
•\u25a0 i r 1 ing -north. '- - ' "
S Pedro B! 20 . -Ort. . 3 1 No change in channel.
B l>tf>>ro B| SS^jNotl 1 jNo change ln~channel._
R Patiio*Bi 24 1 Aug. 20 ! Depth in dredged cban
1 | j neL ' \u25a0\u25a0= -
Privaite Wlr*>— >>tt York. Cklc«*o
Wrttrrn Union Code
J. C. WILSON
MEMBER „
NEW -YORK STOCK EXCHA>GE
CHICAGO BOARD OF TR4DB;
4THK STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE
J SAX FRANCISCO .
alula Ofllce, Mflln Bldsr.. San Franclarn
) Brunch flffloet-ralaee Hotel (main
«-orrtfl«»r), San PranriiieA; Hotel .Meian-
cTrla. l,nm Aneeles, Cat. '.
Correspoßdentu — llritl.. Wlnfhrop &
Cou Xer»- lork, Chicago, London ''\u25a0•nd
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STRKET ,
Pier 3.... WashinfttonlPier IT \ n\oa 1
Pier r. ....... Jackson Pier 19 L'gton 2
Pier 7 Pacific Pier 21 Hlbert
Pier 0 nroadwajr J Pier 23 Ureenwieh 1
Pirr 11 Br>adway 2 Pier 25 Greenwich 2
PJpr 13 ValleJolPicr 27 Lombard
Pit 13 \u25a0 CreenjPier 51 Powell
xfOl'TH OF MARKETJSTKEKT
Pipr 4 Mif-i-i-n 2 Pier 28.. ,*'"!"
IMer 6 Howard 1 Pier 34.. Beale
Pier 8 Howard 2PicrS«s.. Fremont
Pier 10 Howard 3!Pier3S.. F' 1"*11 "* 1
Pier 12 Tolsom 1 Pier 401
V\tr 14 Knlsom 2 Pier 42 }P. M. S. S. Co.
Pl«r l<s Harrison PJ»r 44 J '
pjer 20 Steuart Pier 54 Fourth
Pier 24 Spear!
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE _^_
From I Steamer 1 Pate
Portland & Astoria |J. B. Stetson... Not. 7
San Pedro ChehalU .Not.
Portland & Astoria Bear Not.
fSrsy* Harbor G. C. IJnasuer. Not. *_
Sun Pedro J. S. Hlsgin*. . Not.
San Pedro Norwood Not. i
IltimboKU City of Topeka . Not. <
l?an Plejro &' War Port* Santa Rom Not. --<
Seattle & Tacoma ISanta Monica... Not. S
San Pedro Hanalel Not. 8
Honolulu ISlerra Not. S
New York Tia Anoon..|!<an Jose Not. fl
Sal. <rus Tia S. Diegro. Alaskan Not. b
Ssn Plejro 4: San Pedro: Roauoke Not. 10
Point Arena & Albion.. !Porao Not. 10
Seattle &. Tncoma Ad. fampson. . .INot. 10
San Pedro Burkmthi Not. 10
Coos 8ay.... *. .. M. F. Plant... Not. 10
Antwerp Tia Japan Am. Kxelman*.. Not. 11
China Ac Japan... Nippon Marti. . Not. 11
New Zealand & Tahiti Aorangi I Not. 11
Pupet found Port* iQueen .' (Not. 11
Gray* narbor l-Santa Barbara. l Not. 11
fcan Diego & Way Ports! PrecidPnt [Not. 11
Portland & Aotorja Rose City !Not. 11
San Pedro Hear |Not. 11
Portland & Acturia T\\ Klder. .JNot. 12
TO SAIL
Date I Steamer I Destination | Sails |Pier
Not. 13. B. Stetcon . | lx>« AngelepJ T> pm .'»t
Not. "iPonio (Point Arena.) «pm 4
Not. 7i Elizabeth iCoquille Riv. 5 pra
Not. 7Flfleld 'roquille Riv. .1 pm 10
Not. 7i Nftrwond irtrars Harbr' 2pm
Not. 7!Ra!nl«-r iPortland 1 3 pm 21
Not. 7'Our«cao jOuarmas j_. .112 m 11
Not.' "Bearer jPortlanrt ...112 m 40 ,
Not. 7Prenident iSan 1>1p?0. ..1 4 p i S
Not. SlPanta Mooica..'ly>s Anceleß.j 1 pm 51
N«t. P Yoeemlte JPupct !*oundi •"» nral 51
Nor. 8 Santa Clara... Humboldt ..'H> hiiii 13
Not. S Korea ! Hongkong .. 1 pm 42
Not. f-N>brai>kan |?alina I'ruz.. 10 am| 27
Nor. X rmatilla iF'tiget Soundl 2pm , fl
Nor. S'Bear" |I»i« Anjreles.j 9 am 40
Not. QA'tw nt Topeka. l Mumboldt ..ill am 11
Not. »'l>. Frermari... | Portland . . J 5 pm 27
Not. !» Hana!<'; !I^s Anzelcs.! 3 pmj 10
Not. 9;sea Foam IP^int Art-aa.l 4 pmi 4
j Not. yißrookl.rn IPoint Arena.] 4 pm! 4
Not. I<V<;. Lindau^r ...'Grars Harlir j....
! Not. in Santa R00a... Sun l»tejrn. , .'ll mnl fl
Not. ]O'Os!ris 'Humburp ...112 m| 13
j Not. llSanJa Rarhara. Ixm< Angeles.! 1 pm] 51
Not. lllHoanoke Portland ...!lOam| IS
Not. lliHonvr San Pedro...! "> pml 11
Not. UlAbePiiinla iHambfcrß ...'l2 m! 19
Not. 12 J. B. Stetson. .IPortland ...j ." pm in
Not. 12 M. F. Plant. . JCoo* Bar... 3pm 8
I Not. 12Sierra tHonoluhi ...ill am 21
j Not. 12!Buckman [Popet Sound! 1 pm 10
Not. 12Ad. Sampson. .|{»s Anseles.llO am 10
Nov. 12»ear ...!12 m 40
Not. 12 Prpjident !Pnpet Soundl 2pm 9
Not. \?c,. xsr. i;id<»r..lt < o« Aneeles.l 7 pm; 13
N»t. j^ rfilonlsn .jlfonolnlu ...Jl2 ml ."«
— s; KUj FUOM SEATTLK ~~~
I»csi«nati<»n 1 Steamer I Date ...
Skagwar & V\>y l'ort».|Hnmho!dt INot. 12
Sun. Mnon and Tide
L"nifc<l J*,mps coast and peodetie Rurrer — Time
jirrd liMfhtu <>f tWee at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission Mr** 1 * wharf) add 2.'» minutes.
MONDAY. NoVKMiTEft 7 ' ~"
Pun ri«-8 «:42
Sun set*. , * 5:05
Mnon act* • • »P. «"•
Flrtt quarter moon; Nor. ». Nt 0:20 p. n>.
F'iiM moon Not. lfi, nt 4:lfij). m.
lj«i=t quarter mooa Not. 22. at 10:04 a. in.
•Timel {Time! tTim*| Tlmel
Xot) ft - — 1 Ft AFt — •) Ft
In wf xwi .(h w) lw( . .
A. M. I F. M.
7..! 4:411 4.0 8:17 5.61 1:07 3.1 »:1K 0.1
R..1 5:33' 4.2 9:0% 3.X 1:57 4.8 10:06 0.2
9.. 0:17| 4.4 10:37 3.8t 3:20 4.8 11:00 0.4
10.. 1 «:4SI 4.7 11:55! :«.4f 6:07 4.S 11:58 0.6
11..! 7:2 l! 5.0]12:5«| 2.8! 6:40| 4.3J
!ai h! |AY ni l.w Hi !.\\ ' i
12.. i O:.Vji O.s; 7:."2| .1.3! 1:51 2.0 7:5.1 4.4
13..! 1:47| l.ii h:22i 8.5] 2:40J 1.2 S:.'.l 4.7
I*. •». Rranrh llj-«lroprraphlo Office
A branrh of the I'nited State* hydrograpble
office, located In the Merchants* Excuaujre, lf>
innintnined in Pan Franri^co for the Inneflt of
mariner*, without regerd 1<» nationality and free
r.f ri]K>nse. Navigators are cordially InTited to
visit the office, where complete pets of charts
and Failing directions of the world are kept at
hand for comparison and reference and the
Lateft inforrnstion can alwa.r* be obtained re
p.-iriiiiii- llshtii. danper* to .'navigation and mat
ters of interest to ocean commerce.
\u25a0 J. C. HCnNETT.
Lieutenant. l*.-S. N.. in eharce.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
PORTLAND, Not. fi. — With passenpers and
freight the steamer Breakwater arrlTOd from
Coos bay tonight.
Towed hr the tug Mrl'rarken the st-hooner
Mabel Gale arrived up tonight from Astoria.
Fr«nT San FrauMsi-o th»> uteam schooner Kla
msib arrived tonielit with freight.
Bound for San Francisco th«» strnm »rhf*nnerß
Northland. Mftveriek « n «l Thomas L* Waitd »r
rired down the riw at Astoria early th's
innrninjt. The steam srhrion««r Virjrihia al*o ar
rived down at an early hour.
Th£ Bfitlsb steamer Ma*nud* arriTed down
at Astoria tliis nioniin?. but It was not re
p«rt«»<l n* bSTlnff sailed frorti there todny.
U'ith freight ts>e fteam schooner N"in«> Citr
I* due to arriTe at aij early hwir in tM mftrn-
Inar.
The steaoi srhooners J. 3. ChAnnlor i »nd
Washtenaw are due Ur srriTe at « late hour
tonight from San Vtanc\*eo. .
«'«rr.Tine an unusually large cargo, the steam
er George W. Elder arrived about midnight from
S?h Pedro by way of .San Francisco and Eureka.
From I'ureka the steamer Eureka was . due
today. !>nt it was not ret>or!ed.
Tbe Norwegian steanjer Blr was shifted to
day front* the Portland lumber company's mill
to the North I'aolne mill.
T.'nder tow 'the British ship Oleuholm and the
German bark . Selene are due to arrive up the
river tomorrow, Tbe Selene is in ballast and
will be taken to the Linntbti. dook. while the
Glenhoim will sro to one-of the local docks to
dlsrhflrjte the remainder of Its carsro, which is
from Antwerp.
The steamer, George 11. Vo«berg }.<= due to
trrWe at Astoria from Wheeler with tiiej>ar?e
Nehelem In tow. Included in the cargo are
5..'i00 oases of salmon. Besides the canned fish
and <*ftfed cheese the Jiftrco Nehalera brings
u*).cs-t) f«»et ftf Inmlier from Hip mills of the
Whreler lumber company at. that place.
PORTLAND. Not, 0. — Arrived: Steamers
Breakwater, from Cow bs.t: Klamath. from -San
Francisco; G«»orge W. Klder, from Kan Pedro and
way ports: J. f».« Charislcr. froni San Francisco;
Washtenaw. fwn San Francisco; French ship
Canaebierre, from \u25a0 Antwerp; " schooner Mabel
Gale, from San Franeisro. -
Salled~Steame.r Jtsverlck. for Ssn Francisco. •
ETJBEKA, \u25a0 Not. d.— The steamer Aurelia ar
rlTed In port this morning and docked,, ct the
Harside lumber company's wharf, where a cargo
of lumber is being taken on board f»r the re
turn trip to San Francisco.
ArriTfnjr this, afternoon from San Francisco
wes the steamer North Fork, with freight and
mail. Tb*. North Fork will discharge the freight
at tbe I) street wharf, after which tbe steamer
will shift to tbe Arcata -wbarf . where a redwood
lumber cargo will be taken. '. v
Tbe steamer Chief departed this afternoon for
Crescent City with miscellaneous freight. -
The steamer Eureka of, the NortH Pacific
ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL
FRENCH LINE d
CIE. GLE. TRA^SATLAXTIQUB. fi
DIRECT * LINE 'TO HAVRE— PARIS } |
SailinpV- Erery Thursday, and. Sat&rJay. *J
La Lorraine.'.HoT. 17 i; La Bretarne. .Dtc. 1 Q
La Touraine.Nor. 24 [* La, Saroie. ... .Deo. 5.'. H
EXTRA- SAILINGS - P|
Tliese steamers, carry oae class (IU cabin g
pasrenserS: only^ .*•• > * 3
Florid* . . . . .Not. IS I Caroline : . . .Nor. 26 . 5
La Gascof neJNot.l l2 | Chicaso . . . ..Not. 26 ' 1
FL'tiAZI^BROS., Pacific Coast Manager*,
6^o Moctßomery street," San Trancirco. Cabti
Office. 6Ss. Market street: v \'. r
J^IE" SAN FRANCISCO^ CALL, MONDAY, NOVEMBER! 7; ; lf>10:
'steamship company's line waV an outgoinV paif
senger sts«tner today, haTing departed forvl'ort
land via Astoria. - ,- ;-"\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 . . ;
.The Pacific Coast steamship; company's steam
er City of Topeka departed- »t: noon today, for
San Francicco wlMi freight," mail and passen
per«. - ' .. » . *. • ..-, , . . : -
IXIS AKGEIEB, Nov. o.— Arrived, steamers
Santa Rm*, *; a n Di»go; William H. Mnrphy.
burrl-a; I^kme. Eureka: Samoa. Caspar..
Sailed — Steamers Santa Rosa, San Francisco;
Hauile!. San Francisco. I " .
TACX)MA, Wash;,' Nov. o.— Arrlred — .Japanese
stonier Seattle Mara; Seattle. . : , . .
Departed— Steamer F. S. Loop. S«n Franci«co.
\u25a0ASTORIA, : Nov. 6.— The steam schooner
Thomas L. Wand, with : lumber- for California,
'bas arrived down the river and will' probably
croi»s out Monday. \u25a0 .- ' .; •\u25a0 • - ;\u25a0 ;*
The oil tank uteanT Maveric, in ballast,
«ailed today for point Richmond, i '
The steamer George W. i Elder, with freight
and passengers from f»an Pedro and way ports,
arrived today and proceeded. - .: :
The. steamer Breakwater, vcith passenjrers and
freight from Coos bay, arrived hi port today
and left for Portland. ;
: The schooaerg Lyman J. Foster, and Mabel Glle
were towed up the riyer today, where they will
take on lunyber cargoes. \u25a0 -~ ;
The steam schooner Northland, with a lumber
cargo for San Francisco, arrlred down the .Tlrer
during the night, but on account of a rougKbar
did n^t cross out. . : , - . ; .
Toe : steamer Vosburg* end barge havV arrived
from Nehalem with fi.ooo cases of salmon and
250.000 feet Of lumber.
The oil tank steamers WashtPnaw and J.;A.
Chnnslor arriTed in port today and proceeded to
Portland to discharge. • \u25a0 _\u25a0„ .
The steam schooner Klamath. with passengers
and freight from San Francisco, arrived In port
j todry nnd proceeded.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED "
- -•. *- Sundsr, NoTember 6. •
.":30 p. m.. stmr Hornet. Marxen, 30 ' hours
from GsTita: S4O drums distillate to Associated
transportation company.' \u25a0 \u0084-•\u25a0 <- ; :
- 6:45 p. m.', fsttnr Grays Harbor. AnHndsen.
30 hourn from Santa Barbara; ballast to Sudden
& Christenson."
6:45 p. m.. Htmr Acme, Olsen. 21 hours from
Eureka; 42.V M ft lumber to Charles Nelson.
12:45 a. m., stmr Fullrrton.. IJoyd, 27 hours
from Port San Luis, in tow tns Dauntless;
17.(K)0 bbls oil to Union oil company. . .
5:15 a. m., stmr Saglnaw." W*lt]|c. 62 bonrs
from Willapa: SH M ft lumber to Hart-Wood
lumi>er company.
5:30 a. m.. stmr Sea *, Foam." Henrickson, 14
hours from llendocino. tl* Point Arena ll'hours;
pans and mdse to C.»H. -Hljcitins.
0:10 a. m.. stmr National City. "Ilijrjtins. 14
honrs from Fort 'Bragg, bound south; put, in for
fuel. • •
6:00, a. m.. Mnir Yosemite. Reiner. 39 hours
from San Pedro;, ballast to Charles It. McCor
mlek. , • . : . .
7:30 n. in., stmr Yellowstone. Ludlow, 38
hours from San Pedro; ballast to Charles K. Mc-
Cormick. \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0' / \u25a0 • \u25a0• - :
7:50 a. m.. stmr Carlos, Donaldson.-.^ hours
from San Pedro: ballast to J. Homer Fritcb.
!<:3O a. m. r . stmr Shasta, ll^nsen. 42 hours
from San Pedro; ballast to E. K. Wood lumßer
company. .- • . . . . .
5:30 p. in., flmr Tallac, Hansen. ;: KH hours
from ETerett: 412 poles to J. A. Baxter.
S:SO a. m.. Mrar South Coast. Olsen. 15 hours
from Caspar: 181 cords liark.SK> M ft lumber,
POO b*s appleA to Caspar lumber compafty.
9:10 a. m.. stmr Arctic. Mn«ler. 10 hours from
Fort Brapg; 2S«! M ft lumber to L'nion lumber
company.
0:40 a. m.. stmr Elizabeth Olsen, 42 hours
from linndnn; p.iss and radse to E. T. Kruse.
S:2O a. m.. stmr Stanley Dollar, Thwlng, 1314
days from ABcon: mdse la California and Atlan
tic steamship company. ' '.
10:40 a. m.. stmr Santa Clara. McLollan. 2i
hours from Eureka; pass and mdse to C. P."
I>oe &• Co.
11 a. m.. .stmr Bearer. Kidston. 24 liours
from San Pedro: psss and mdse to San Francisco
ami Portland steamship company.
11:15" a. m.. stmr Brooklyn. Matson. 12 hours
from Point Arena; 150 cords'bark, 1,200 post* to
H. Templeman. • „
12:50 p. m., stmr Carmel. Hardwlck. 70 lunirs
from Wlllnpa; (S7O M ft lumber to J. 11. Fritch.
1:10 p. m., «!hr lArzlo Prlen, Anderson, 9 days
from f?iu*law riter; 190 M ft lumber to F. W.
Carey. -.\u25a0... \u25a0 • . . ..;.•\u25a0\u25a0
2:5» p. m.. stmr President. Cousins. 52^ hours
from Seattle: pass and .mdse to.Pacinc Coast
steamship company. ,' .' - . -----.-.:
2:30 p. m.. stmr Daisy .Mitchell. Paritt. ''44
b"urs from Kedondo beach; ballast to S. S. Free
man. . \u25a0 .
-:50 p. m.. bktn IrmganJ. Page. 13 days from
Redondo beach; ballast to Matson natlgatfon
company. ! "^
3:43 p. m.. schr Oakland. .lohsnnisen. 7 days
from Sluslaw; 350 14, ft lumber to F. W. Carey
1:10 p. m.. schr Albion. ()I«en. (5 days from
nandon; 11(1 M ft lumber to Hobert Dollar com
pany. • , » .. . r •
1:10 p. m.. sohr A. F. Coats. Morrison, 12 days
from Muklliro; 750 M ft lumber to Charles Nel
son. \u25a0 '— :- ' ' " - '• '
lilO p. m.*. schr Minnie a. Came. Zanda.iHl;
days from ETerett; -1.010 M-ft lumber to Chnrles
Nelsoii.. . - ! \u25a0 ' ' •\u25a0 .. . ....
12:3<> p. in., schr .Monterey, Kelly. 12 hours
from Monterey, In (tut tug NaTipator: 10.1)00
bbls oil to Associated transportation company.
1 p. m.. tug l)*flan«e, Trnpp. 2 days fromAs
toria; ballast to Pftipowncrs'.and Merchants' tue
boat company.
SAILED
Saturday. Notember 5.
11 p. m., stmr Falcon. Schajre, -Portland;
11:05 p. m., stmr Roanoke, Dunham. San
Pedro. . . .
11:33 p. m.. stmr Fair Oaks, Johnoon, Grays
Harbor. \u25a0 . "
11:50 p. m.. stmr RtTcrslde, Dalquiftt. Seattle.
Sunday, November 0.
«:20 p. m.. i«tmr Porno. Lllleland. Albion - :^
8:30 a. m., stinf National CitT, Higßins, San
Pedro. . .\u25a0..-, . \u25a0• . .
0:30 p. m.. stmr Lrplnnaw. Meyer. Xnnnimo.
10:25 a. m., stmr Whltesboro, Frederickson,
Greenwood. .
10:40 a. m., stmr Buckman,- Wilson. San
Pedro. . 1 \ • . .
11:30 a. m.. 'stmr AntyM, Dickson.' Portland.
Ji:ls «. in., stmr Noyo, Kwansod.-Fort Bragß.
12:15 p. m.. stmr \u25a0 Aberdeen. Iteed, Eureka.
1:15 p. m.,- stmr Watson. -O'Brien,' Seattle. •
1115 p. in., stmr H*len P. Drefl', Gunderson,
Point Arena and Greenwood. -" . ..
2 p. m.. stmr Marshfleld. Ahlin. Monroe I>«nd
11:15 a. m., schr 'Transit.' Petterson, ,Fort
Brajrg, in tow stmr Noy». \u2666
inc.
2:20 p. m., *tmr Chehalle, Kcttlcson, GraT«
HHrlwir. ..-">\u25a0
•J:3it p. m., «chr Ida McKsy, Erickson.PuKet
•ound. \u25a0 . '
3:50 p. m.. bar?e j>3, Kirkwood, Port San I,nis,'-
In tow nig Dauntless. — -. . . -.
4:20 p. ni.. stmr Coos Bay. Fsrla. San Pedro.
4:30 p. m.. stmr Carlo*. Donaldson. Willapa.
4:40 p. ni.. stmr I^nsinK. Alberts, Seaftle. "-."
TEr.EGRAPHIC
POINT I/OBOS. Not 6. 10 p. ( m.— Weather
fojrjry; wind, northwest f. Telocity. -8 miles per
hour. \u25a0 .-..\u25a0- . .
DOMESTIC PORTS v .
PORT SAN UllS— Sailed |Not 6— 3 p. m.,
stmr Whittier." for San Francisco.- •'-
ABERDEEN— ArfIyed. Not. . Gr-Stmr. Svea,
hence Not 3: Ftmr Capastrnno, hence Not 3.
Sailed' Not 6-^Scbr lAztic Vanto, for Sad
Francisco. :" , . : • " \u25a0. ...
SOUTH; BEND— Arrived 'Not "s— Schr J. H
I.unsmahn. from Santa' Rosalia. Not fi— ld a. m
stmr Daisy.' hence Not 0. ' ...:......''
Sailed Not; s— Noon, stmr Tahoe. for. San
Pedro. Not 6 — Noon, stmr Raymond, for San
Pedro. .....;.. ,-.
EUREKA— Arrived Not C— 7 a. m., gtmr Au
rella, from . Redondo beach.
"Arrived -Not ft— 2 p. m., stmr .North Fork,
hence Not 5; stmr J. J. Lopjjie, hence; Not 5.
Sailed Not fl-rl p. m..- stmr Eureka, for Port
land:' Ktmr City of Topeka, for San Francisco
SEATTLE— SaiMI Nor 5-^S p. m.. stnir Port
| land., for Skagway; 10 p. m., stmr Tampico, for
Arrived Not* f?— '-" 'a. •' m.. Br'stmr Prince .Ru
pert.- from British Columbia;- 8:30 a: in.,* schr
Altwna, hence Oct IS: noon, stmr Mexican," from
HilO. • ' ' " . ''' . '•' .. .', \u25a0 ;:>\u25a0•
Sailed Not s— Schr Alex T, Brown, for Callao*
ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEIj
Fastidious Plaim 1 1 ' l liBmm 1 f »fe^iMral the
iidvdieib «ie fB 1 lyTiTiiW b\, Wm'M 111 \u25a0 'OF '
LONDON-PAR 1 3|HI| jp R G f^i Gibraltar; Algiers, Naples, Genoa
\Biuecher; . . P. :.;•>. . . . Nor. , W. n A: ~Jf. JJ 'Q*& 6, 10 h. m^
tAmetika ..... . . ...... . . .Nov. 24.-12/ neon v R •§. s . <; ixci XX ATI . . Jan. ,5, Feb. v 14
'tKais'n Aujr. Vie..... .^. Dec 10. 12 noon ; Ps" - s"s "' >CLIE 'X "\u25a0>"\u25a0' ' '-.' n ' 2S
tUoexcelled Ritz-Carlton a la'Carteße*- p L »Ncvr ," 17 000 \u25a0\u25a0 tou«. ' Elevator, - Electric
tanrant. <}j-mna»lum,' Electric. Baths,", Ete-: ' n«»^ ~' n " '' \u25a0 „- , „, „.„ - -
:ra(or. Palm Garden #; ..*i3econd.Ctt_bla ohiy.' E $ Baths,. Gymtiasluni, etc \u0084 ... . ,;
fBOOKIXOS-FOR XILB .SERVICE* ". ~\ '\ : '\ I— J ; ': 'Tourfst" Dept.: for Tr^P 9 Eyerywhero/.
THE I ORIENT, .WEST j IXDIEy. .SOUTH. A.M ERI CA^tAROIJUD .THEWORLD
I CRANDiCRUISEVTOvTHE: .*.';- VStcarriishiptvCLEyELANp^
Aftll" '' " for ' Madeira, 'iSpaini Italy, Greece*
%JVCBELIH'I' : Turkey;^ Egyr^t,>':Holy Land, etc.
;• • -T^:r ";^ " : - r ' Duration^Bo.days. ; - ; Rate :from?s32s:
; • i^^ivl^ B^^"^'*^' upr including landing:-' and embark-v
:, \u25a0 JANUARYS 28, 1911 " r an^expensc^^.^;Apr ; . IZ: iVti,-?- ;<$
:. A .y v •' -\u25a0' v-AWritei-for'netnilert / Itinerßfies'tir fAII' Cruises." Vk*, - :! r./i. r; •r " *-.
HatHBURG-AMEttWaN UN£,l GO Powell St.; Phone Kearny 29G
Br stmr T'flucpnupTt.* for: Prin<-p-nup»rt. •
TATOoSH— Passed in "Not «—lO« — 10 a. ra.. stmr
Melville Dollar, hence Oct 31. for Seattle; 11:20
a.\jn..' stmrllyades, hence ; Not 3, for Seattle:
Canadian cruiser Italnbow: 1 p. m... bktn J.M.
Griffith, lienee Oet 10.' for Townsend.
Passed out Not 6—lo6 — 10 a. m.. .»tinr-F.-S.'Loop,
for^San Pedro;i2:2o p./m.. stmr.Tampictv from
Seattle, for. £an Francisco; 3:20 p. m.. Br stmr
Petriana. from' Yane*UVT, '\u25a0 for ; Prince Rupert. .
ORESCENT—- Passed in i Not tt— R a. vi.. -schr
J. yt. 'fl*patberwax;.frOTn Flcdondo beach; 9a. m.'.
Nor dtnir Hornelen, . hence- Not .2, for Pugct
sound.". :.-., ••. . , '- • ' . ;-:,
: ASTQUlA— Arrived Not . 6— 9 a. "m.. -stmr
Breakwater, from Coos 'bay; stmr Klamath,
hence Nov 3; 11 a.'.m.. stmr Norne r Clty. hence
Nor. 4. '-. / .. • >;: .-. -. \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0— .•\u25a0 .-
Arrirefl'-Nor C— l p. \u25a0 m.. stmr J. A.-Chans
lor.- hence Not' 4; 2 p. m.. . stmr . Washtfrnavr.
fronr Port. San Ijils; 2 p. m., stmr;Georgc- TV.:
Elder, from Eureka.
SailPd Not 6— Noon, stmr Northland and stmr
Maverick, for San Francisco.
M.'DJjDW— Arrived Xot!«5 — Schr Mary E. Fos
ter, from Honolulu. -" ' * . -- \u25a0-'. . \u25a0
NEAH—^Anchored Not 6— Schr Alex T. Brown,
from Seattle, for Callao.- . : .
TOVTNSE^S'D— Arrived Not 6— Nor stmr Horh
elen, lienee Not 2. \u25a0 . .. V ; •
• Passeil in Nor o— Schr SalTator, hence Oct 19,
for Taeoma. \u25a0 . \u25a0
COOS BAY — Arrived Not G — Stmr : Redondo,
hence Nov 4. . ~ \u25a0 ,-
ISTiAND,- PORTS /
'' nONOLULU— Arrired' Not' B— Ship Falls of
C'lrd". from GaTiota; stnir "Missourtan. from Ta
eoma. : • •• . . :• . ; :
Sailed Not fi— 9 a. m.. Jap stmr Nippon Mara,
for San Francisco.. , ... > : v » .
FOREIGN -PORTS
VICTORIA— Arrived Nov G— Nor. sfmr Chris
tinn Bors. from* Taeoma. - » " .-' _,
I Sailed Not tl — Br stmr Castle, for
San Francisco.'
; .. . OCEAN STEAMERS
" LIVERPOOL— Arrived j Not 6— Stmr Baltic,
from New York. • ---
ST. MlCHAßl,— Arrived Nov fi— Stmr Canopic,
from- Boston. " . \u25a0 s* \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
SOUTHAMPTON— Arrived Nor 6— Stmr St.
I/Oiiip. from New York. \u25a0 • .
SailPd Not (r^-Stmr Amerlka. for New York. :
DOVER— Sailed Not C— Stmr Finland, for New
York. \u25a0 .S - \u25a0.- ' -
QIJKBXRTOWX— SaiIed Nov G— Stmr Lustta
nta. for New York; stmr Af-abic. for New York.
NAPLES— SaiIed Nov o— Stmr Saxonifl, f.or
New York. - . . • '. \u25a0 : \ : . .
\NEW YORK— Arrived Not fi— Stmr Columbia,
frhni Olasffow; sfmr Neckar. from Brempn. \u25a0
Sailed Not 6 — Stmr It«» d'ltalia, for • Naples,
etc.: fitmr Kugcnia. for Trieste..
Arrited Not 6— Stmr Prinz Wilhelm Frieder
leh, from — — . ..
Memoranda
Stmr Acme, from Kurekn >'ot B, reports stnir
No.to, heiip^ Not <i for Eureka, anchored 10 mllns
south of Point Beyes nnd looked to be l)roke
down. \u25a0 . •
.. Per stmr Yellowstone — Not. 0. 4 a. m.. two
\u2666ailnrs got in a tight and one stabbed <he other
in the back. The captain bound np the wound
and upon arrival sent the injured man to the hos
pital.
Weather Report
United States Department of Agriculture—
Weather Bureau, Sail Frnncioprt, Sox. G. 'lolo.
RAI — FAII /UATV ~
IjSRt , ' Spneonal Normal
Stations — . 24 hour*. to date, to date.
Eurrka 0.00"*" .7fi 4.67
KM BlufT .'. ....»;..'.. 0.00 ' ..'.2 2. 50
Sarrnineiitn 0.00 '.4S 1.67
Mount Tamnljml* ; 0.00 , I.OS L'.Oi]
San Kramisoo «».<><) , .70 , I.RH
San Jose 0.00 .2f> J.3!>
Ftpsmo .-0.00- 1.42 1.00 1
Indetwndenr-e .. ... O.<Xl I.XI 1.03
San Luis OWsik> O.W» .72 2.00
I/>s Angeles 0.00 . .JWV .94
San Diego ...;,.: 0.00 I.^i4 .6.1
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS, ' |
{;*".'" *\u25a0; , '., 3 ? f ' \u0084"'.}* f
STATIONS ; i I % STATIONS \% ?j
\u25a0:\u25a0} ft :\[ " . \u25a0 Q/i If :|
Bolko ... r.6;?,6 .00 Reno ....... .!7ti',4<5!. 00
F^irekM . . . .'. . 58 4il .00 Koseburg . ...!o2 40 .04
FlapKtalt ... "•\u25a0«• 22 .00 SarraUiento .|72 4fi! .00
Frpsno\-. ... .17444 .«0 Salt" Lake. . -. 5S 361 .00
HeJpna ...'.. !58 :« .00 San Dletto.. .: «.S|M .00
Honoluln .... S2 72! .00 San FrnnolnoolSßiriO 1 * .00
IndeiK>nil In<'e1 n<'e |Kfi ,'iß| .00 San Jnse iW'l44. .00
Kullsipen .... |-"i6 36 .00 K. U Obispo. ',7o 4U • .00
I»b Angelcft.,,7^'s« .00 S. K. Far'loti .'.2 r>o - .00
Mod«na ..".';.. C0J22 .00 Spokane ...... .".2 4fi .01
Mt. Tarn-pals 0* 4R .0(1 Summit dss-28 ".00
North Head.. SOWS ' .12 Taeoma . . ... .vs{3fl .1H
Phoenix . . . .. SO:no .00 Tatoi»sh . .. .. 521. ., .32
PoMteiln ...;60!35! .00 Toaiipali . . . ;'«2 4« .fio
P. It. Mg1i1..!.-»3|45!.00 Walla ...... j--.«!r.2 .S8
Portland :.,:.|-'Wj4S|: \u0084:.|-'Wj4S| .24 Winnemncca C4'24 .00
Hed Bluff i"O;4St;.OO Yuma- .|84|50 .00
. KASTEn.V STATIONS .
Abilene , ....|«2134 - .00 Knoxville ...|4S|3o| .01
Atlantic City. 52 40 .00 Louisville ...(.*.0;28 .00
Boston ...... 52 40 -.00 Memphis ...:!32;32 .00
Buffalo ....,38.'54 .02 MontKotnery . r>oj44 .10
Charleston .. 54 50 .30 -Montreal .... 12 10 .00
Chlf-ae0..... .-30122 .«M) Moorhead ... 42 S .00
Denver '. WB4 .00 Nen- Orlfaas. WAS .OS
Ties s^'ne*.. ."0!26 '.00 NVvr Vork...MS|4o .00
Dodge City... 72,28 .00 North lMutte.jr.Sl22 .00
Duluth' 2S'l4 .00 Oklahoma ...162J32 .00
Duraneo .... 00|2S ,00 Pittslmrc ...1.10.12 .01".
Kastport .'. . . T.0J40 .3S Ftoswell .....100 38 .00
Oalveston ... 62150 SQI St. I/iuis. .. ..|r.o!:iO .00
! Green Bay.'.. 28;2r» *00: St.: Paul. J3O lfi .00
Hatteras . ... r>2 40 .06' Tampa . . . . ..!«4 ."SI .111
Harre ....... (*.O 44 . 00 1 Toledo . ./. . 'APA ?,2 ; .01
Huron ...34 20 .00 Washitigton .j,>o 40[ .00
Jaekaonriiio . Tig'sfl .041 Winnipeg .. .|24|.2| .00
Kansas Oltr- !>H\3B .00 \u25a0'.- ' .. :': '
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS ,
The depression \u25a0 OTCr Alberta' this morning ha?*
jnoTed southeastward ;snd is now rentral ; oTer
North Dakota and. another depression ha« ap
peared: Off ' Vancouver island. - Those conditions
have caused c.loudy - weather over the north
western portlou.'o(. the .country, .with rain over
Washinitton " and ."; Oregon. . '•' A ridge '; of / high
pressure covers th>. country from ' Nevada-north
eastward "•' itor Tcxns. '.ransins - - generally •\u25a0-.:' fair
weather from the- Rocky mountains to the.Mis
sisslppl rlTer and rain nlonp .the gulf coast.
Tlie, storm on lh<» .Atlantic - coast ' now covers
X«ir .-England- nnd- . the ; St. Lawrenco '.. valley.'
cauplnc- light rain or snow -Rencrally . east of
the .Mississippi. An area .or* high pressure has
appeared -over Saskatchewan.- causing cloudy
end cold weather, in that section. ~~ The: tem
peraturfl ha* risen, from the Rocky mountains
to the Mississippi, but in^ other sections the
changes have I been slight. B Conditions? are | fa
vorable for cloudy .weather in California i north
of-Snti Francisco and fair weather In the'south
Monday. .
FORECAST -
San' Fr«n(*lpco''and ! Ticihity— -"Generally cloudy
Monday; light southwest wind. :\u25a0'.? \u25a0 \u2666
Santa Ciara vnlley— Ooudy Monday; light
west wiiiii. '\u25a0'. : ~~~-,,"
.Sacramento valley— Cloudy- -Monday; light
southwest wind. '. < ' . ' •
Son Joaquln valley— Fair, Monday; light west
wind. •• • \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0-* f - , \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0•\u25a0-\u25a0. . '
California south of the TeDacbapi— Fair Mon
day;" light west wind.'' \u25a0 '
G..H.WILLSON.' LocaI Forecaster.
Among tlie. passengers arriving on
the Coast st?amshlp;cotnpany's
steamer President, which ?ame in'from
Seattle yesterday, -.was T.. Cantelovt 1 .
general freight' agent of the company,
who returns after -an .extended-vaca
tion In the northwest.
AUCTION SALES
H. roth,
Office: and • Salesrooms, 234 Fourth' St.. Cor. .Teliama St. Phone- Douglas 4S9S
ol;e> horse #aiwe:
?By Order of WELLS, FARGO^&GOJ-: EXPRESS -I Will Sell- at
'Public Auction, at Above Premises, on
Monday and Tuesday,
Noy; 7th and Btfi| 1910
pieces of l LJriclatirriecl HrelgHt
IVOTT CAL.UED RORJPRIOR. TOjXrS. Ist 1910
\l - \'~:\ ' :\u25a0' : V" . ..- Con»istlnar^of VC: :.:Z-' -*•*'-;\u25a0 \u25a0
Trunks, Suit Cases, Valises, Hand Bags, iCases, Crates. Packages.
Bundles; Bicycles, Cots and Bedding,^ Etc, Etc.
-M. ROTH, .'Auctioneer
NOTE.— Each and every, lot must toe paid for at fall of hammer. _
INITIAL I INNOVATION
W«lnMday3 November 9. 1910. at 11 o'ctock
a. m.'. we will sell- at public auction at sales-
rooms; 132 Pine street, San Francisco, 5M BAR-
RELS 'DAY- WINES, the vintage of 1307." the
products of tbe. celebrated Cedar Knoll. vineyards
of Napa county. California. These wines are guar-
anteed pure and vt high quality, consisting of Red
Wines, • Zlnfande}. Cabernet, Burgundy {blended).
White Wines, ,' consisting of Chasselas. Burger
and Sanoigan (blended). It Is our Inteotlon 4 to
sell tile outpnt-of 3 year old wines regularly at
auction every year, aa -it Is don* ' ta th* hfgh
grade wine producing sections of Germany sand
France. As the wines will be sold without price
limit at these auctions the right Is reserved to
'limit' the ' purchase of any one bidder to five bar-
rels each of white and red. 10 barrels io all. \u2666 It
being the Intention of the seller to distribute the
wines among as many different, purchasers as
possible, and. to prevent their being bought up by
any ' large dealer or association; ., to the small
buyer we give the advantage of purchasing single
barrels: to Intending purchasers full opportunity
to test! the fiuality. We will allow Inspection.
Samples furnished on br after the -sth of Novem-
ber by applicationito J. Gollober. 132 Pine street,
who will I*su<»; orders for samples and inspection.
Goods to be inspected at 4 Fillmore street, San
Francisco,, on! or after:- November 5," np'.to day
of sole. Also 750 ca?es imported Scotch whMty.
125 cases imported gin. J. Gollobfr. Auctioneer.
2 CARS OF BROKE A\D UXBROKE
HORSES AND MARES
J^ AT AUCTION j^
MONDAY AND THURSDAY, at 11 a. m.,
20r>-209 Valencia st. r- \u25a0
Monday tve trill' sell one car of small, unbroken
Mook also 45 cheap horses and mares.- We win
sell a carloads of contracting stock on Tlnirsda.r.
Outside stock -sold on commission. " Phone Park
2723. . CI.OUOH & BRODIK. Auctioneers. \u25a0•
jfeAUCTION : £s
Will be fold at the Eighth st. Boarrtinß StftWe.
227 Sth st. corner Allrp.' Oakland. Tuesday. No-
vember 8. 11 o. m..: 10 country, horges. 25 city
marcs, 5 sets heavy double harness. 5 -wapons. ,
OpEIX *; FLESHEIt. AuetioneeM.
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
">^^ Steamers leave 'rom Broad*
yO\jt-sw\. way Wnarvea (Piers 9 and
/q/\^BBs*l \-A Urn rates. InctoAinr b^rta
I ( XmSMa 1 I Bnd «>eals.
\ \ \Bri&/ I Special Round Trip Rates.
V) V Jo' LOS aa'GeijKs -•'
SAS DIECO -
> • S AXTA BARBARA
President or Governor Alternate Mondays. 4 p. m.
•Santa Rosa.. ..Every Thursday. 11 a. m.
•Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE (DIRECT)," TOWNSEND
TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
Connecting at Seattle for Southeastern Alaska.
Skagway. Dawson, Fairbanks and all points oa
. tb? Yukon. *\u25a0:* '
President or Governor alternate Satnr*avs.-2 p. m.
; Quern, T'mntilla or City, of Ttiebla
-. Alternate Tuesdays, 2 p.' m.
EUREKA (HIJ.MBOLDT BAY)
City of Toprka, .Nov. 0; U, W, 24, 20, Dec. 4, 3,
14,. 19, 24, .29— 11 a, in,
GUAY.MAS, MAZATLAN, LA PAZ
EXSEXADA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO
SAN PEDRO, ETC. >
Cnracao....... 7th of each montn. 13 ra.
LEAVE SEATTLE
ALASKA CRUISES 1911
Spokane. June 14. 28; July 12. 26: Anf. 9: ftp. tn.
.- Rtgbt -Reserved to change tbls'schedni*. \u25a0
TICKBT OFFICES— PaIace Hotel. CSS Martft
: St., 16 Market st. and Broadway Wharf.
Telephone Kearny 492. . ;
OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. Tel. Oakland 588 a
' C. D. DUXANN. General Passenger. Agent.
-^33^ AMERICAN'HAWAIIAN
gfW| STEAMSHIP COMPANY
%s?*J^ Tehuantepec Route
?HiB&' llfsxtXar Fairt Freight Serrlots
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC^ COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
nailing from New York every at* days,
making: direct connection with Pacific
steamers sailing from Sallna Crux,
Mex.\ every six days for Stin Franclsoo.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican, and all prin-
cipal European . ports under through
rates and through bills of. lading:- Sail-
ings from San Francisco everr 12 daya.
For rates and further particulars ap-
ply tcTDEARBQRN <£ L.APHAM, Gen-
eral Aa;ents, 8 Bridge street, Now
York. WILL.IAMS, DUfOND * CO.,
General Agents, Pacific Coast. .'
310 Sansoma St., San FrancUco .
SEATTLE-TACOMA
. Belllnjjham**Anaeortes. Everett, Port Town-
send, Victoria, Vancouver and all Alaska
ports. . \u25a0 ; " -
S. S. • WATSON . . Not.",- f,
S. S. BUCKMAN ;....... .....Nor. 12
3. 8. ADMIRAL 8AMP50M..;.;...7.N0v. 18
LOS ANGELES DIRECT
S. 8. 8UCKMAN. ,:......... .......K0T. 6
S. S. ADMIRAL SAMPSON Nov. 12
S. S. . WATSON-. ..'...„.:. .Nov. 18
Alaska-Pacific Steamship Co.
:* TICKET OFFICES:".' ;v'
i General ' Agent'a \u25a0' office," Howard r street
wharf No. 3, Ticket office, 54 Market street
and 648 Market street.- _' -
Sailings from Howard street wharf N'oJ 3.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL - STEAMSHII*- COMPANY
S. 8. Nippon Maru.. ...... .Tuesday, Not. 22, 1910
S. S. Chiyo Mam (Till Mani1a).......:..: ...
;....... .r.;.. ... .:.T... .Tuesday, Dec. *0, 1910
S. S. Tenyo Mam ..about Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1911
Steamers sail from - company 'i plen, Nosj 42.-
44. v near foot of. Second st., at ; 1 p. a;, /for
Yokohama, and . Hongkong.' calling st Honolulu.
Kobe (Hlogo) and Nagasaki and . Shanghai and
connecting ••- at ', Hongkong v with" steamers \u25a0- for
Manila; India." et(*. ; No cargo received on board
on day of sailing. Round. trip" tickets at - re-
duced rates. :•; .'-j V---U - ..
\u25a0 For- : freight 'and passage apply at office. 240
James Flood .building. ." ; "W. H. AVERY. V V
- -7. -•> •-•" ,-,-\u25a0-•' ...Assistant General Manager.-
UNION Si ColrN^ttd;
New ; Throngh " Passenger and *; Fr«ght ;' gerrlce
- \u25a0 - \u0084 -.-\u25a0 • Without ChaaK* *•,.\u25a0—\u25a0..--:
SAX FRANCISCO TO WELLINGTON. N. Z..
v VIA TAHITI AND fBARATONGA.'
8. S. AOBAKGI (4.283 toss) **ils.:\..lUrr. 1«
S. 8. MAITAI I (3.398 tons) sails: T.T. . . .D«c.' 14
:•- Sailings etery 28 d«rs:' connection at Welling-
ton and Auckland for New Zealand ports \u25a0 and
Australia. -%r V^-' : '-' 'S - -\u25a0 >:~" ' - ' : -->-".';
OCEAXHJ S. S; C 0.." General A2«nts. 90. Clay «t;
Ticket. Office.vSTS Market ; st? Tel. Keatny 1281:
* ununilll I! - - s - 8 - Sierra' (10,000 ton* dis-
nUIMULtLU - placement) sail* 11 a.m.. Nor.-
12.", 191 d.i Special round : triprSllO. : nr«f class.
T.IHITrAKDSEWZBALAJfD^-S;S.<
;- ' , . MarigOsaX sails i lf-.*-* *••* * to T*l 2 *i a'V^.o
SpeVinl tf Tahiti s rbnhd '« trip. h $13.1. ifiwt \ elasn.'
, OCEAN IC j LINE. C 73 Market : tel Kearny 1231^?
liniini I! 1 11 S. ! 8. I.nriiDe (13.000 - ton? > sails
HIINI II 111 uc.n. Dec. 7. for Uonololu and
i- S.'vS.'- WilhelmlnaV' (l3.soo 'tons) '-.sails; noon,
Not.' : 23; '\u25a0 for 'Honolulu t and * Hllo. -H Round £ » trip
to Honolulu, r-Brft cUsg, JllO-and up. .' ;\u25a0\u25a0-;\u25a0' \u25a0''-' .
viiAisoxi navigation tea.; - •'
:'>-'.'.VV--. ; "": •.-\u25a0'• . >268 V Market^«t, ;:;-___T^^ \
2^ BIG AUCTION SALE :j^
" 64 headjof cheap faorses and mares for all jrar-
poses. Also wagons and faaroe«s. AH must go.
Wednesday. Not.- 9,-11 a, \u25a0 m., 585 4th at..
Oak laud.
EAVE AMD "ARE DUE >D ARRIVE FROM OCTOBER I. 1)19
TRAINS L!
-^ VIA OAKLAND PIER
Leave (Foot ot Market Street) Arrive
2.15 a NUea. Tracy, Latarop, Stockton.
'\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove. Sairamento.. Il.lBf
6.4Qa Hiyward. Kites. S»a M 5. ........... 7.C3i
7.03 a Richmond. Fort COIU, Benich. Eoinn, 1
Dizoa. 3acr«a eato. RoseviUt, ihry* } 7.28|
ville. Esdding. Duasmair. ../|0.38p
7.03* Kluir*. Vssariile. Raauey. 7.28?
7.00* Davis. Woodland (MsjysriUe. Oro-
vflle),' Waiiaaw. B£sxw««. Wfflo»a,
Haniltofc Goraiac Red BJuff 7.23j
I 7.43 a VaUejo,' Napa, Calls tcga. Ssato Roa. '
Martina* ;...... ..\ ....".. •.<»\u25a0
7.43 a Ayoa, 9a* Raaoa, livtnaore 6.48y
/.4J» Niles, Pleinntoa. livrrmore. Tracy.
Lathrop. Stoekctaa , Lodi, Sseraaento. 7.28s
7.411 Tney, Lot Hiam. Kertnsn. Fresno. 4.28p
8.03 a Newaric (Ceaterrle), Saa Jcse. Loa
Qatoi, Wnfht. Felton (Booldo "
- Ureck). Saata Crai.. 6Mf
8.20 a Port GuU, Martia ci, Byroa. Trary.
Stoektsa. Msree.i, ' Fresao. Goiben •
Juaetioii ( Hsnford, Anaoaa), Viatlia.
' Portervflle.,Bikerssefaf...... :.....-.• *A*9
8.20* Yoseaits Vaney *v U5rced.... ...... 4.48 i
9.00 a iVilBs.(3aa^ose). Li vermore, Stocktoa
(*Mi!t3a), Valley Sam- lone, Siera-
rasato . . .';---;\u25a0. .................... 4.281
d.ODi Soaarx. Tuoiu-naa sad Ansels 4.28 i
0.03 a AtUatia Express — Sier aajento. Xrae> . -
: kee. Ojiea. Salt u«ks Cjty. Denver.
Kansas City, Oath*. Chieato ' 8.28p
9.40 a RisHaond. Port Gorta. Mirtinea.
Bay P0m*.;;..... ..:.........;... «.48»
I 0.20» VaUejo Mare Wind. Napa. 11.28*
10.20 a LOl Aajslei Passeagw— Port Costa.
\u25a0 Utrtinas. Byroa Traev.' Stockton.
Merctd. Fresao, (Har-.for i. Cosilaga,
VieaJ!a.) A B»kenasl(t Los Anises.... 7.48p
10.40 a S»a % Frneisso Overlsad Limited—
Dearer, Ksaas City. . St. Lou??.
'- - Oasos, Chieif.-} >.; %Ztf
UZOaShssts limited— Portl* ad, Taeoaia,
Seattle t.!Bi
1 100(1 GoldSetd Pm*— Port Cost*. Beaieia.
SaerameaV), Trucks c, Ha»n, W«-
,.>,* bujk* (Yeriaitoa, M«aoa), Klna, 1
Toaoaao. Golds eld. Lavs. Keeler.... 7.48 a
llOOn Mirysville, Caico. Red Bluff 4^B»
1J209 Kites, Irviactaa. Saa J05e........... 2.49 i
1.40 a Saa Le«a>&9. • Nilu. CeoterrOk, I 9 08*
JTetrark. Se>a J05e..... f 7^B»
2.00 p. Newark, Sin Jose. Los Gatoa. Wright.
Fettoa (Builder Creek). Ssoto Crui. . f .BBa
2.40p Sao Lnadro, Niles, San Jom. 928 a
. 3.00s Berticn. Winters. St<!nra«nto — Wood-
-- land, KaLcats Laadtaic. Tudor, Yuba
City, Harysvaie 10.43 a
3.20p Port Cost* (Stoektoa), Uartinei.
Byron, Modesto. Merced,. Fresno.. - 12.08;
3.45 i Via Seunlito. Wilt Naps. St. Heless, \u25a0 •
Caliswg*.-. . ... ................... IO3S«
4.00 i Vallejo. i Naps. Cftlistofi. Saata Ron,
- --.--. Martinet. Sin FUmnn. LJverajore..". - 0.29 i
. 4.00» N'Ues (Cf ater vill«. Newark). Liver- / . 1028 a
mare. Tracy, Stockton. Lodi \ 11.181
4.40 i Saa Leaadro, Hay ward. Niles. Pleas-
- \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0- : antoa, Uverniore, Tracy, Kewaisa, .
- Keraun. Fre5n0. .. 1 ..-. 11.18;
B.ooa Vallejo, Port Co its. Benida. Eaera*
meato. Ltncoia. Marrsviile. Oroviilr. 11.25 a
8.001 Davis. Woodland. Yolo. Artraekle.)v 2.48»
Willi-aj', Colusi Junetioa. Wiilowsl 8 28p
6.03 a RttssMl, San Jow. Los G*to« 928 a
. SJ2H Saa Le-udro. Niles. San J0ea,. ....... 7.45 a
6.03* Owl UaiiUd-Loi Aacel ci. .... ... • . 8.0S»
6.40 a Eistexa Exprew— Osdea, PoeHo.Den- '"
'; rerSKaasM City. St. Loais. Cbkap.
Port Cbsti, > Bcaicia. Sacrtmeato. '
' - v Traskes, (Like Tahoe). Beso, Sp*i*s 8.28 i
8.40s Harward. Niles and Saa Jose 8.48 i
t7.03i Vsllejo, Port . Coata. Uartiaei. Bay " -
Point and Way Statwnj..... JII.IBs
7.40 i Richmond. Port Coeta. Ifartlaes, -
Corniratl. Tracy, Latarop. Stockton. ~ 12.43s
8.20 i Oregon Cxpreis — Davis, (Sb eraiarato),
Willows. Rod din j. Ashland. Portl&ad,
. T»com». Seattle. Spokane.- 9.03 i
9.00 i China aad Japan Fejt Mail— Ogdfa,
Cheyeans. Peater, Eaaau City,
, Onjihn, ChicMO Z4fi
9.00f Port Cosu, Bentcis. Sacramento, Col-
faz.TruckN. Reno 10.01 a
9.401 fiakersSeld. McKittrick. iloausa.
M0r0n. 'Fe110e. ....:.;.. 8.28 a
9.40p Richmond. Port Costs. Tracy. Mo-
desto, Merced," Fresao. Haaford,
Ooalin**, Visslla. T0kre.......... 8.28 a
8.401 Hanttr's Traia— Saturday oaly. Saa
Jose aad Way Stations $7.48?
11.401 Portland Express — Sacramento, Marys- .\u25a0-..-•/.•
- . vill* Red Bl nff. Weed,( Klamsth Frts),
Ashland, -Rosefaurg, Portland, Taco*
ma, Seattle... ...:.. IZ2Sp
NETHERLANO'SROUTE-Frem Pacific Slrtst Wharf.
Golliasviile; Emmaton. Rio Vista, I'frton. Ryd*. Wal-
nut Grove,, Vorden, CaurtUnd. Clsrksbarz. S*crax*cto.
SJ»*msr Navsjv. leaves Bsa FraaeiscoS.-flO a. ta. dally
•xcspt Sunday, stopping at oointt- shows, aravtaj Ssc-
ram«at» 6:00 pja.. Leaves eacrameoto 9:00 p.s*. d»By
except Sunday <ao stops ea rout*), arrivlag Saa IVsa-
ejjco 5:00 «.tn. .-.- — • i*
.. Stssmer Medoe or Apteh*. leaves Saa Francisco 1.00
p.m. Daily, except Sunday; arrive Eaa Fraaciioo 11.30
p.tS."'/" \u25a0' • \u25a0 "• -.. \u25a0 ,
OAKLAND HARBOD FERRY— From San Francbco.
liarket Str Mt Whi/f— Wetk Days— Hourly fma B.CO
ajn. to 900 p.m. Saadiyi— 145. i.15, fl.iS. 12.13
s.m., 1145. 2.13. 1.43. 5.15. 145, S. 15 and O.U p.m.
' LOCAL /EHBY TRAINS-Vla Atatneda Fwr.V- 1
To Oakland and AUimeCi— f6.lo, f145 a.m., aad fhea
: 1 10 aad 45 atintrte* past tbe hoar until 7.45 p.m.; then
B.SO. 9.15. 10.00. 10.45. 11 JO p.m. and 12.15 aja.
To AiaMoat and Fmitvtli via HersMhoo ami at aHvs.
t for Morning, p far Afternoon, t Sacdsy eztepted,
\ { Sunday only. . { Saturday and Sunday only.
, ; aSuaday asd Uoaday only. r
/@Ej§^ Schedule Effective
(?2pj*j November I, 1910
Yk4k«*/ UNIOX FEaiRY DEPOT
\u25a0^xSSPr^ \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0'?\u25a0;> gan Francfaico
L«*t* \ - Via. SaniaJtto \ ArriTa
7:15 a Petaluma. Santa Rona. -3eald«-J
• \u25a0 - - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;*. -burg,* Cloterdale, -UViib. «WII '
• • ' 'Ilts, - ShWtrood. •Onerne»Ul«, \."
- - -;- •Monte -Bio, \u25a0•Duncaß. Milla,
Sebastopol ....*. • CJS p
8:15 a ••Sonoma. ••Glen Ellen {5:35 p
8:15 a Pt. Reyea. Camp • Meektr, Caia- j..
ih;*i-Ut, 1 » d*ro .............;..... f6:35 p
J8:45 a Petaluma, S»nta Rom. Bealdi- .
;-.'•" s bnrs,-,Cjonrer<lale,._ GuwnetiJle,
Mtfntc Rio, -.'Dnncta-Mina..'.. JTrJS p
10:45 a Petaluma, Saat* R0t*..;........ 4:35 p
f 2:45 p Pt." Reyes. "= Camp Meeker <lea»es
-- -,«..-, from Catader0)... .;........... t?:osp
3:15 p Petalnma. Santa Be«a. Heatda- -
: . - - < bury. ClOTertale. Dilaft. Ga#r-
r tiPTli!*, •-\u25a0-. Mont* Rio, Dnncaa
I ' \u25a0 Mills. Ssbastopol .......... 11 :0S a
4 i 45 p SonpnM .Glen - Ellen ." . .... . . . 9 :33 a
p{Pfcta;unaa. Saßta ' Rom. .'. ...;.. :. 9:33 a
ELECraiOl BTTBTTBBAW VIA BAXTSAUIO ~*
Bauia.lito, - Mill . Ban " Kaiael — Dallr
•Ter* '30- minute* i from -..6:45 ;i.m. trail! :5:45
a;'m.;'l»<mriy OHtil 2:45 p. 'in.' (except tne 2:43!
p m. do^s not run t» San Rafael oa Sundays).
then 3:15 p.* m.' tnd erery 30 minute* until 6:43
tw n».V then 7:45, 9:45 p. tar and 12:01 a. m.->. - !
*2fairfaa—Le«Te«. 18:43, t7:15.' '8:15. > 8:43.
9:45; 10:43, U:« a. m.; 12:43, 1:45. 2:43. 3j15,
3:45, 4:15. 4:45. 5:15, 5:43. 6:13, «:43. 7:43,
9:45 p.'m.V±l2:ol a. m.' = > '-, .\u25a0 . - -
San Quentti Tia. Saa :Kafa*l— B:43 a. m.^' l:43
p.-m..":J3:45.p.'ni. . '" " \u25a0
Xibnron and Belreder» Ti* b*oialito— Week
<jay«: 6:45. 7:45.; 8:45, |9:40 a. m..: 12:45. S;l5,
4:15,;3:i5. 6:15 p." m., H12:01 «.Bi.- Sundayi—
«:43, 1:43,' 8:43.il?:30, 10:43, It :45 a. m..12:45.
1:45. 3:15. 4:15, 6:15. 6:15 p. bj.. 12:01 a. m.
' "Sundays • arrlT» . 7^s p. in. > ••Sunday* arrive
7:65 p. ta. t Except Sundays. JSuniiajs oaiy.
; IBatardaya only. ITibnron direct. ||Tliar*days
only/- •*•. \u25a0•-•'\u25a0? -•-..'>•• <-'--\u25a0'. —\u25a0;-\u25a0 :
- Pacific I transfer | company's -agent* are aothot-
, lied to cbeck-b«fgag« direct fioia - reildeace. \u25a0
AUCTION SALES
• \. - - '•\u25a0,-:
120 - - HORSES^- - 120
WEDSESDAT. KOTEMSJ3 9, 1«V
Br <irder ot Abet £ t-oinez et VHa.a*mw?e%f-sir.~.
*c will sell one hundred heart of bor*«s as ; M»>
lows: Twenty- bead at hearT, honed, toomz '
)f?ldines from 1.200 to I.4<*> pounds, &alt»r
broken: tea head «f sood. joraz jaalen; serwaty
fcead of broio-j and qnhrokea mare* and getitogs
from I,W» to 1.200 pountl*, mouataia raised, rac
and ready fcr work. . . - -
Ap the mba time <it<» wilt set! CO h»nd ef ««tra
3np. j-cmcff. broken draft horsa*. w^lj[hin« from
1.30Q: t» 1.900 p<Min*>. c«aslgae<l by John T.
Long from hi* Stt-">aftTU!«» ranrb^
Sal^ tak^a plac« W><lne*ftaT. Nor^mber 9. Nt
11 a. m.. at-J. B. HOU-VXr^'Sal** Tard. corner
10th and Bryaat **s.» San Francisco. Stock at
yards Tvwsday. • . •. . „
W. H. HORT». Anettaneer.
TO* Market *t.A s^n Francisco.
Nooßtstde tertes wanted at tU* »ale.",' v '-
JBa AUCTION £c
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER S. t9lf». AT 11 A. M.
By order of . Bay sou Lumber Company ot M»n-
doctno comjty. I will sell 2J> Hotses and Mar««.
ttftm (Xto to t.sro ptvMnTs ami from S tn 9 years
old. TSI» steek is rljrtii out of hart w«rfc. t
will *Iso soil 25 h»a«! of Ciry Broke Hones ami
Mar?*, Waswns.- Batiie* aa4 Harw**. Ontsid's
«tock -"ill. on ccumtMsicn. >Ii««ion Sale Stable,
43* T*lenrfa nr. Mth. 'TL COHEX. Aactioneer.
CALL. VTAXV AJSS BKI.XG RKSITLT*
RAILWA Y TRAVEL
; N VIA COAST UNE *
Leave (Thini aad Townsend Streets) Airrni
t5.33* Leop — Valearla S tits'-. Ocna Yfew,
CVnutcxies. Saota S»a Fnndsco.
23d Street, Ird aad Tomjaead t&43a
6.30» Smith &m Francisco. Saa Jot?, Gfror.
(Hol&ter). Sargent. Pajatt. Watson-
viU*. BtatK Crua... ................ 7.50 i
4 7.10 t South 3as Fmtciaco. Psio Alto. Eaa
Joar. Way Sutions • 7.30 ft
7.10 a Miyasl.i. Lot ,*!*s. LesGato* T?J»>
8:00* Sbor« Lv« limited— Paso Eebiea
• - HotSprinca, Eaata. Barbara. Lob
Aaj«J« .........^ 9JSO9
8.05* The Coaster— Saa Jose. Paiaro (Wst-
aoß-vflle. Santa Crot). C»stro*illr.
(Del Monte, lion t erey. Parifie Gran*).
Sains*. JWedad Tmo Rabies Hot
, Spriags. AUKad9 rO , Saa Lois Ohispo.
Surf. (Loapof), Santa Barban,
Ventura. Ozn*rd. Los Anw!e» 11,43j
B.loa tfayScid. Los Altcs. les Gates. WrijJrt."
Glenwood(BonUfer CrrfV), SsnUCrns.
VVatssnvol*. Castr crrile, Det Hoate.
Montersy. Pseiao Grave... S.COf
S.OOa Saa Jose. Giiroy. f »iiua», fam Boblra
Hot Sprincs. A tascadntji San Luis
* • _ Obispo — Trw Pines — WatsoaTiHe,
' Ssatu Cms. Del Monte, llonterrr.
Pa«i3« Grovs... 4JJC»
10.40 a South Saa F:a ccisto. BrsJirjjse, Eaa
Uatta, Paio Alto. Saa J«s» t33a»
10.40* Lfli.Altoi.MoDU VUt«.lfltGston.{
11.30 a Vt?<aeia Street. Oetaa Vie». Cola*.
. JC«meten m. Ha rf » u , Saa Bmaa US »
11.4f1a South 533 Francisco. Ssn Joss.: 1&20>
2.00b D«l Uoato Errirrn— S«a Jose. G3ror,
Sarssat CWstsanville. Santa Crui),
Dei Monte. Motttcrry. Pacifis Grov».
(Salinas) 12.3Ct
iC3» Sauta Saa Frsaeisco. Fab Alto. Eaa
Jose. ; 8.48 a
f2.05» los Altos. Jlonfs Vtst*. LesGatM... |3.25»
3 O<J» South ?»n Fraads co, Ssa J!»:«o, Sxa
Joss. GBroy. Trcs Pino*. Ssliass.. .. 10.10*
3.00f WataoariOc. Saau Cms. Csstrovilbv
Dei Moots, Maaterrjr. Pacifio Gmr». 10.101
3.15» SanUCUrs. West Saa Jose, Los Gates,
WrUht. madder- t're*k). £snts Cms. 10.30k
4.00* Sunset Express — Tucmb, E«nia{,
Fi Paso. Houston. . New Orlea&a.
Paso Rable* Hot Springs. Atsscadare.
San Lais Obispo. S»nt* Barbara aad
LosAnirfM 10.85*
• 4.00t KaasMGtr. St. Lonn. Chicago 10.3J«
4^o» Sou tti Ssa Francisco. &sa Jose t9-°Ga
tSilSa Bariinctiiae. Matt?. Pilo Alto.
San Jon aad Way 5tati0n5. ........ 9.48 a
t5.2D> Red.TooJ. Palo Alto. Saa Jot*. ~ 1.109
T5.20S Los Ahos, ifoata VisU. LesGstot... t3-25s
t5.25# Biirlinjame. Saa Matfo. Saa Jore. 3.25*
tS.3Oi Lnop— Valencia Street. Oteta View.
Cemeteries. South Saa Francisco.
23d Street. 3d and To«nm<i *B.4C*
5.40t Ssa Br'ino, San Slateo. Redvoed. Fiio / f7.29a
Alto. SiaM Qir*. faa Joie \ 7.38*)
;3.40» Ut Alton. Les G5t0*....... t9AU
tS.OO? Uilibra*. Saa Uateo. Piio Alto. Uty-
£«Jil. Los Alioi, Los G*to* fS.CC*
t8.05> 231 ' Street. .VUitacint. £oath Ska
Fraaerseo. Valencia. Rtr*rt. ......... f7.IS»
6.30» South Ssa Fraa ci.TO. Saa Jow : .. 8.48s
B.oos Th» Lark— Paso BoUea Hot Epruijt.
Ssata Barbars. Los Anft1c*.. ....... 9.30*
8.051 LosAsitlesPsMeßjcfT^-Garor.Ealiaas.
, x Paso FUibtes Eol fprino.At«eadero,
- ' San Lots Obispo. SaaU Barbara tad
Los *30a
10.001 Saa Jose, aad Way SUtJoaa 7.20 a
11.45 a South SaaFYxaeiaco. PsJoAlto^Saa/ 7.45»
J05e......r...... ....;. ..UlftSOi
LOCAL FERRY TRAIHS-Vl* oaUut4 Pltr.
T» OMtni. B«rkslev. Berrymaa. Eart Oakland an 4
Froitvai*— Daily— from 100 ajn^ aad every twenty
minutes natii 7.00 p.m. iactaaive: then 7.40. 8.20.
9.C0, 9.40. 10i0. 11.00. .11.40 pjn.. 12.20 aad
L2oajn. - - -
T« Sathar tn4 Mtirsu via levanth St.— Da3v— Jroai
S.OO aja., aad every twenty miautta nntiJ 7.00 p.m.
iadasive. thfa 7.40. 8.20, 9m 9.40. 10.20. 11.0.
and 11.40 pjn. ,
Te Sloashurrt— Ds3t Eitcpt Soaday— 4.oo. 7.00, 9.00.
SCO ajn.. ?.29. 9.00, 4.00. 3.C0. 6.40 pja. Sunday
oaly t.OO W.OO aja. IJDO. 2.00, 3LCO. 4.00. S.CO.
5.40 pja. '
To Oakland Flrtt St, Frattva!*. AJamat*. via HarsethM i
—Daily— Froca ttf.CO, «.2O a.m. »ad every twenty
ra bates until £.20 s.aa. indtsjire; then 9XO. 9.10.
10.00, 10.20. n.OOt 11.20 a.0.. 12 at.. 12.20.1.00. 1.20.
2.00. 2.20, 3.00, 3.20, J3.40 p.ax aad every twenty
lsia-itMuatil 7 p.ni, indnsivf; 7.40. 8.20, 9.00, 9.40,
10.20. 11.00 and 17.40 p.m.. 12.20 sad 1.20 ajn.
Additiocil Cain to Oakland First St. 2.15 sja.
T» Wst! terksfsy— Dsily Except Soadar-From S.OO
• B.m. aad every twenty minutes untU3L2Oa.». inc!u-
i sire; then 9.00 a.a. aad every knur until 4.oOpji>.
inclssrre; then 4.20 p.m. a&d ever* twenty mmnt»e '
uata 7XO p.m. mriusrrf; thea 7.40" pja.. 120. 9.00.
9.40. 10.20. 11.00. 11.40 pjn. aad 12.20 s.i.
Ti Wtrt Bsrkdey — Saadav* only— From (00 ajn./
- thea 7.00. 7:40. jfcSO. SjOO aua. inrHsiv?; thea 9.20
. a.m. aad every twenty raiaatet 7.00 pjn. raeinsive:
taea #.«? p.m., 120. 9.00. ».«X 10.»Tll.(»^ IL4O
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