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MANCHURIA BRINGS
MANY PASSENGERS
New Cruiser for China Will Be
K Constructed in American
Shipyard
HE Pacific Mall
liner, Captain Dix
on, arrived in port
from Hongkong,
Yokohama and
other oriental ports |
yesterday morning
after an- unusually
smooth passage,
with many pas
sengers and a large
cargo of merchan
dise and : general
freight. There were
112 -cabin passen
gers. 48 second
class and 170 Asi
atics on board.
The character of
.he weather on the
voyage afforded the passengers "an op
portunity to organize novel entertain
ment.'., most successful of which was a
concert and minstrel show. In which the
women as well as the men put on
charred cork and contributed their part
to the show.
c fol-
■!,£,=,V,^-, P* alfant. head of a mis-
SSSL*' s? h°ol " Tsingchowfu. china
•it;;;:, ni,: d bjL,his wlfe and two sons
-Profe«« l? „thl country oft a visit;
' Trdson nfS,-i*, P- Goode and F. W. She:
been tonHnhifK So university, who have
twf o„.V.r,n.X the ori«nt and lecturing in
the Philip, c 'i^nd-v.Captaln H>vfn£
i^ht,L 0f uthß J fan?oUß Philippine con
oJ Th/ of. th, lß country; going to Rome
:\fooser, one
£i_. P«nc'Pal stock holders In the
newly,established Philippine Mutual
J.ue insurance company °* Manila, who
is returning to San Francisco on ac
rten? toe of ,KiUT,he^ th; *"** Glas8 ' presi
i'l'°'' Pacific States Telephone and
Telegraph company of San Francisco,
T„ m aL soww el ur*Jin « from the far eaet
in ill health; Professor Frederick Hut
eon of Princeton university, who now
215*,*? ,u,? on iH ,ast laP of * round the
SS ,?. trip; F,- Lota, the Austrian con
sul at Bangkok, accompanied by his
wife, on his way to Vienna; Percy G.
McDonnell of Manila, an American
newspaper correspondent, who is ac
companied by his wife.
• ~ Among the San Franciscan* on board
,re £* £• Bush and wife. J- F. Eng
lish. G. D. Fish and wife and C. ft
Huse and wife.
. T'le. cargo of the Manchuria amounted
to O.ooS tons, of which 6,555 are con
signed to this port. The chief item in
tne cargo is. a shipment of raw silk
valued at 1500,000 and consigned to
New York. There were also 1,138
bunches of bananas, 385 cases of curios.
2.463 bales of hemp. 11,115 bags of
copra. 28,454 chests of tea. and other
oriental protects.
/Captain Dixon reported finding nine
tins of opium after an exhaustive
search of the hold during this voyage.
They were thrown aboard In the pres
ence of the officers.
America to Build Chinese Cruiser
According to the statement of Com
mander "*. S. Tang of the Chinese
cruiser Har Shin, the first Chinese war
vessel to be constructed to order In this
country Is to he built in the New York
shipyards at Camden. N. J. Commander
Tang arrived yesterday on the Man
churia, in company with Lieutenant I*
W m „ong and Engineer Commander C.
C. Chen, and will go at once to Camden,
■where the three officers will oversee the
construction of the cruiser, and when It
is completed will sail It home through
the Suez canal. The new vessel will
he 20 months in construction, and will
be a cruiser of the third class of 2.400
tons. Two sister ships are being con
structed In England. ,
"Hatsioa Liner Honolulan Arrives
The Matson liner Honolulan. Captain
Bennett, came into port from Honolulu
yesterday morning at 4 o'clock and
docked at 7. Captain Bennett reported
a smooth passage from Honolulu with
fair weather. The Honolulan carried 3d
cabin passengers and a large cargo of
freight. The principal Item in the car
go-was a shipment of 61,800 bags of
sugar. There were 77 crates of pine
apples. 107 barrels of molasses, 680
bunches of bananas, 750 cases of pine
apple juice and miscellaneous Island
products. ..";„;
Chlyo Marts Due Thursday
The Japanese steamer Chlyo Maru
Captain Green, bound for this" port left
Honolulu yesterday at 5 p. m., according
to a cable dispatch, and is expected here
on Thursday. The Chlyo Maru carries
103 cabin passengers. 107 second class
and 117 Asiatic steerage. The freight
cargo amounts to about 2,500 tons of
oriental merchandise and genera!
freight.
Water Front Notes
The steamer Enterprise, Captain
Toungren. engaged in the Hawaiian
trade, arrived yesterday morning with
a large cargo of island products and 12
passengers.
The Oceanic liner Sierra. Captain
Houdlette, steamed for Honolulu yes
terday morning at 11 o'clock.
The Russian ship Dundee, from Co
qulmbo to Puget sound, was spoken by
the Honolulan July. 18. latitude 37 de
grees 17 minutes north, longitude 141
degrees 56 minutes west.
The Paclfta Mall steamer Korea,
which sailed from this port July 5, ar
' rived at Yokohama yesterday.
Manchuria Receives Submarine Signals
The system of submarine bell sig
nals installed upon the lightship proved
effective in the case of the Manchuria
yesterday, for the receiving apparatus
on board the liner picked up the sig
nals seven miles outside the ship.; The
ringing of the lightship's submarine
.bell is received by a special apparatus
in the hold of the vessel, and Is. es
pecially useful in foggy weather, when
•the slits can not be seen, and the
position of the lightship can be indi
cated hy the bell's vibrations under
water.- This is the first time that a
Pacific Mall liner has taken advantage
of the system, and Captain Dixon's re
port to the effect that' he found it
serviceable at seven miles: Is a notable
demonstration of the merit of the sys
tem. .
Changes of Masters
Steamer Grace Dollar—John McClem
ente. old master; John Jacobson, new
master.
Steamer Zinfandel—A. C Parker, old
master; Otto F. Walton, new master.
(losing; of the Malls \
The following closing times for trans
pacific malls are announced by the San
Francisco main' postofllce:
For Australia and New Zealand—
'Steamer Maitai, at 8:30 a. m.. July 26.
- For China, Japan." Korea and Manila.
P. I.—Steamer China, at 10:30 a. m.
July 26. :;,■".,.
.- h or, Hawaii—Steamer China, at 11:20
a.m.,;" July 26; steamer llono'iHan at
10 a. m.. July 29, and'the steamer Wll
helmlna. at 10 a. ra.", August 2.
For Tahiti—Steamer Maitai, at 8:30
a. m.,,Ju)y,26, and the steamer Mariposa,
at 9 a, m.. August 6. : '■--,- ■
River Steamer Sunk
ORIA, Ore.. July,22.—The #iver
steamer M. F. Henderson: was sunk In
the lower Columbia today In a collision
with barges carrying rock, which were
'in tow of the steamer Samson. Those
* onboard the Henderson took refuge on
-'board an oil barge which the^Hender
aon was.towing. No one was hurt. The
cause of the collision has not been as
certained, and responsibility probably
will not be fixed until after an Investi
gation by the authorities. The weather
was clear., The Henderson was valued
at $40,000. , - .
By United Wireless
Saturday. Jaly 22.
STEAMER KLAMATH— July ' 21 r for San
• ■ Pedro: July 21, 8; p. m.. 10 miles north of
. Pigeon point; light westerly wind; smooth sea.
STEAMER SlEßßA—Hence' July 18 :for Hono
: lulu; July, 21. .8 p. m., 780 miles from San
Francisco; all well.
- [Notice'.to*Mariners '•
California. Saa Diego bay—Buoys reported out
of - position June 2*,. as follows:»,-w, ... , ... „,..
Sail Diego bay cut buoy 6, reported 60 yards
Movements of Vessels in All Parts of the World
(EKE. mag.) from position shown on chart.
San Diego bay buoy, IIS. marking the north
erly end of the middle ground, reported 200
yard* (S. by E. mag.), from position shown on
chart '"■"-.
(C. and 0, 8. charts 5160. List of Buoya, etc..
Pacific coast. 100**. p. 14.)"
By order commissioner of lighthouses.
"W. A. MOFFETT. Commander U. S. N..
Inspector Eighteenth Lighthouse District
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
• g.... Washington Pier 17 Union 1
■ 5........ Jackson Pier 19 Union 2
• "7......... PaeiaePier 21.. Filbert
•9..... Broadway l|Pter 23..... Greenwich 1
r 11 Broadway 2IPler 25 Greenwich 2
r 13........ Vallejo Pier 27...V... Lombard
. «■ ,,..■.,,.,.-,: : ft .. .,,--«« -.'"- ' -:. D-t«*l1
SOUTH OF MARKET STREET I
Pier 2...... Mission HPIer 24.......... Spear
Pier 4.......Mission 2 I'ier 28... ... Main
Pier 6 Howard 1 Pier 34. Beale
Pier a Howard 2 5Pier 38....... Fremont
Pier 10 Howard 8!Pier 38.. First
Pier 12 Folsom 1 Pier 40 1
Pier 14..: Folsom 2 Pier 42 \ P. M. B. 8. Co.
Pier 18 Harrison Pier 44 J
Pier 20. ... SteuartjPler 54 Fourth
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE
!■
Steamer
! Date
Portland ft Astoria ... [Washington July 2:
Los Angeles Ports . .Uas. S. Higgins. July 2:
Seattle ft Tai-oma >' as Nelson... July 2'
Humboldt ...(Vanguard July 2.'
Tacoma ;.JK. of St. George July 2'
Hllo itnterprise July 25
Tacoma [Centurion : July 25
Grays Harbor G. C. Llndauer. July 23
New York via Ancon.. City of Panama July 2;
Seattle direct 'Governor 'July 25
Mendocino ft Shal. Covt-i Sea Foam I July 2.'
Sal. Crra ft San Plejo. Nebraskan July 2."
Seattle -llrect Curacao July 2-
Humboldt jSanta Clara July 2*
Singapore ft Japan..... Cowrie July 2.
Portland ft Astoria Rose City . July 24
Los Angeles Bear .......... .July 2(
San Diego * Wav Ports City of Puebta.July 21
San Diego ft Lo* AnglYale July 24
Humboldt City of Top*ka. July 23
Seattle a Tacoma ....!M. F. Plant.[July 2."
Honolulu 'Wiihelmina ....July 23
Willapa Harbor Qnlnault July 2."
Portland A Astoria....!Falcon .July 2-'
Seattle A Tacoma Carlos July V
Loa Angele* 'Centralis July 2<
Lo* Angeles [Harvard •> July 21
New York via Balboa.. Peru July 21
Lo* Angelea Excelsior , July 21
S*n Pedro ft Way Ports Coo» Bay ..... July 2t
Los Angeles Ports '. Hanalei ....... July 21
China ft Japan Chlyo Maru ...July 2:
Honolulu ...; Hllonlan July 21
Seattle ft Tacoma Buckman ...... July 2*
San Diego ft San Pedro. G. W. Elder.. ..July 2*
Point Arena ft Albion. .[Pomo July 2:
Pnget Sound Ports Irmattlla ...... July 2)
San Diego ft Way Ports Governor July 21
Los Angeles Valp July 2)
New York via Balboa..[Mackinaw ... July 2!
Portland ft Astoria....; Beaver iJuly 2S
Los Angeles Rose City ... July 2:
Portland ft Astoria.... |Koan»ke ... July 21
Los Angeles Nome City .. IJuly 21
' " TO SAIL : ' '
July 23 Hanalet Lo* Angelea. 8 pm| 10
Jaly 2S Pomo Point Arena. [ J pm, 8
July SUSesta Barbara.. Lea Angeles.; 1 pm 51
July 24 Fifield (Coqultle Rlv.i 2 pm 19
July 24.Governor ...... San Diego... 2 pm 9
July 24 Yale Los Angeles.j 4 pm T
July 24[Redondo ......[Coos Bay ■ .. 4 pm 19
July 23 Coaster Portland ..'5pm 27
July 25':land Portland ...10 am 19
July 25 K. of St.George Sydney ..... 12 m 5 ....
July 23 Montara ......Nome -. 4 pm....
July 25 Bear Il'ortland .12 in 40
July 23-Norwood iLos Angeles. I 2 pm ....
July 26IVanguard Humboldt . ..' 1 pm! 10
July 26 Central:* Grays Harhr 3 pm : 21
July 261 Wasp Puget Sound 5 pm 38
July 26iWashington ... [Portland ... 5 pm 27
July 2« Santa Clara Humboldt ..'10 am 13
July 26 Harvard ....... San Diego...) 4 pmj 7
July 26 Sea Foam Mendocino ..j 4 pml 8
July 26 China Hongkong .. 1 pm, 42
July 26 Cltv of Pnebla. Puget Sound 2 pin: 9
July 26,'Maltal Wellington .'Ham' 21
July 26 Carlos Lou Ange-- .... ....
July 26 Rose City...... Item Angeles.'11 am 40
July 26JM. F. Plant.... Tuget Sound 3 pm 7
July 26 Excelsior Coos Bay 19
July 27!Clty of Topeka Humboldt ..ill ami 9
July 27|Newburg ...... Cooa Bay... 1 3 pm 21
July 27 G. C. Lladauer. Grays Harbr ....
July 27 State of ..'San Diego... ■ 2 pm 9
July 2« Yale .........Jsan Diego. .1 4 pmj 7
July 28'Qulnault 'Willapa Har . ....
July 2*,«. W. Elder... Portland ... 10 am 13
July 2(«("oo,| Bay......!San Pedro... 5 pm, 11
July 29'Harvard taa Angelea. 4 pm' ' 7
Julv 29 Honolulan ;. 'Honolulu ...12 m 38
July 29 City of Panama Balboa .... 12 m 42
July 29. Governor IPuget Sound 2 pm' 9
July 29 Roanoke San Diego... 7 pm 13
July 29 Buckman ......IPuget Sound 1 pm '
July 29 Nome City .... I Portland ... 5 pm 27
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
Destination
I
Steamer
I Date
Skagway a Way ports.[City of Bottle. July 2.1
V aides ft Cordova..... Alameda ....... July 24
Nome ft St. Michael.. Lockenhach .... July 25
Skasway ft Way Ports. iQueen .... . July 26
Kodlak ft Way Parts..[Ad, Sampson July 27
'kaeway ft Way Porta. jHnmboldt July 28
fksgway ft Way Torts Ramona ....... July 29
U. S. Branch Hydrographlc Offlc*
A branch of the United States hydrographlc
office, located in the Merchants' exchange. la
maintained ln'San Francisco for the bepeflt of
mariners, without regard to nationality and free
of expense. Navigators are cordially invited to
visit the office, where complete sets of charts
and sailing direction* of the world are kept at
hand for comparison and reference and tbe latest
Information can always " be obtained regarding
lights, dangers to navigation and matter* of in
terest to ocean commerce.
J. C. BURNETT.
Lieutenant, U. S. N.. In charge.
Sun, Moon and Tide
United States coast and geodetic survey—Time
and heights of tides st Fort Point. For city
front i Mission i street . wharf adr. 25 minute*.
' SUNDAY. JULY 23
Sun rise* fl:04
Sun sets 7:28
Moon rises ......2:06 a. m.
New mooo .....July 28, at 12:03 p. m.
First quarter m00n..... August 1. at 3:20 p. m.
Full moon August 9, at 6:46 p. tn.
Last quarter moon August 17. at 4:02 a. m.
Ft ■ 1 Ft
fH W|
mm
"-
H W|
Ft
tL-W|
I..I 3:181—1.0110:32 4.4! 2:45! 3.31 8:47 8.4
I.. 4*81—1.4 11:40 4.7 3:47 3.3 0:41 ,6.4
I.: 4:58—1.5112:23 5.0! 4:55 3.3110:35 8.4
I.. 5:44—1.4 1:04 5.0 3:42 2.9 11:31 6.0
r.. 6:29—1.1 1.42 5.2 6:S7 2.T .........
H W : L W H W ' L W
;.. 0:28 5.71 7:12 —e.6 2:lfl 5.3! 7:34 2.5
>..{ 1:26 : 5.2! 7;M! o.l| 2:57| 5.4( BUM 2.3
Time Ball
United States branch hydrographlc office. Mer
chants' exchange, San Francisco, . July
... 22,. 1911.
The time ball on . the root of the Fairmont
hotel waa dropped today exactly at noon. Pacific
standard time (120 th meridian), or at Bb. (Aim.
00a. Greenwich meantime. - ,
J. C. BURNETT.,
Lieutenant. U. S. N., In charge.
ABERDEEN Wash „ July 22.—The schooner
Espanad which sailed from her* for Adelaide.
Australia.' la now o«V150 lays and :It Is ; feared
it ' has . been : lost In a storm. On board the
Espanada is Mr*. Jacobsen, wife of the captain,
who fore her marriage • waa Mis* ■ Helga An
derson: of Ta<-omn. Captain and • Mrs. Jacob
sen were married shortly before the schooner
sailed. " :-.-..-■ ■ ■ '•- • *'. -:-- 5- • '.■-
Th* schooner Wilbert I* Smith arrived from
Callao and will toad far the earn* port.
The achooaer Encore will sail far Chilean
ports.' \aSdHMMW4HBpBi* 5ta^M9M9C(fMMf
The steam*? Newbnrg sailed far Ran -Fran
cisco, . and the schooner William Olsen for San
Diego.
Th* schooner A. B. Johnson arrived from San
Diego. :'''-.;;-.;::*SMMHMH-tB--MMnMMM
_ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL
j FRENCH LINE
CIE. OLE. THANSATLANTIQI K.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS
Sailings Every Thursday and Saturday.
La Savale....Aag. 3 ] I* Provence.Sept. 7
La ProVence".Aug.* 10 ;J* R"^*r r •"£*•■ it
r. t»..i« „„-,«. La ■ Lorraine.Sept. 21
La Lorraine.Aug. 17 . | Jjt Provence. 28
La Touralne.:Aug. 24 ( [La.Savole....Oct. 5'
Espagne ... Aug. 81; I La Lorraine .".Oct," 12 '
FL'GAZI BROS.. Pacific Coast Managers.
630 Montgomery street, San Franelsco." Cabin '„;
office, 68.-, Market street.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY. 'JULY 23. 1911.
| Weather Report t . |
United - atate* department of agriculture, i
weather bureau. San Francisco. July 22, 191:
RAINFALL DATA
STATIONS
I CI 5? I •• a
i» 4 ?i
, is. ' gi ' -a
-: '" ~~ - i ■<•■':
■ »
vl
Cs*§
» * -
> •
:ureka
ted Bluff
aeramento .........
tount Tamalpals....
an Francisco
an Jose............
"resno
I 0.00 0.00 0.15 I
I 0.00 0.00 0.00 ;
0.00 0.00 0.00 !
O.OO 0.O2 0.01 '
: 0.00 0.00 ' 0.01 !
0.00 0.00 I Trace
0.00 ! 0.00 <■ 0.00 i
; 0.00 I 0.00 i 0.00 '
! 0.00 0.00 i 0.01 !
! 0.00 0.00 ! 0.00 |
0.00 ' 0.11 ! 0.00 I
I 0.00
; 0.00
! 0.00
1 0.00
! Traee
i 0.00
I Trace
' 0.27
! 0.00
I o.oo
! 0.01
ndependence
an Luis Obispo...;.
.os Angeles
an Diego...;.;
111
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following table the maximum and mini
mum temperatures and rainfall are given:
\
I
I
m
-s
i STATIONS
I
O
3
s
n
m
Baker ...... ...144 .00 Reno 86.50;
Boise ...... I 82158 .00 Rosebnrg ... HM
Eureka 58 52! .00 Sacramento . 88 54
Flagstaff ...... 46 .00 Salt Lake... 82 62
Fresno :.... 96[62| .00 *»„ Diego... 70 62
Helena:.... 741541 .07. S. Francisco. 60 52
Independ'co j 90*661 .00 San Jose.:.. 78 46
Kalispell ... 76:56 ,00 S. L. Obispo. 72 4«
Los Angeles. 74 fit- .00, SE. Farslloc' 54"
Modena 78!561 .34 Spokane .... 8056
Mt. Tamil,si* 7fl'64! .no Summit ..'.. 72 40
North Head. 58 . .1 .00 Tacoma .... 70 56
Phoenix .... 94l6sl .80 Tatoosh ..54
Pocatello ... 801681 .00 Tonopah .... 80 60
1't. Reyes Lt 56 4* On Walla Walla 84 58
Portland ... 74-56 .oo; Winnemueea. SR'34
Bed Bluff... 961661 .00 Ymna ...... |l00 70|
.00
; .00
" .00
.02
! .00
' .0,1
(00
I .00
' .00
.00
.00
! .00
i '.00
; .00
I .00
' .00
I .00
EASTERN STATIONS
Ibllene, .... UM 72 .1011
•itlantlc Cty 821881 901
Boston- 84|66 .00
Buffalo ; 72160 .00
Charleston .. 92176 .00
Chicago .... 76 82 .00
>nver 84I60 .02
:ies Moines.. 88'SRl .01
"lodge City.. 84 TOt .02
"luluth ..... 7SJ80I .00
lurango .... 76154 .12
'.astport .... 621541 12
Galveston ... 86 821 .00
Ireen Bay... 80 54! .00
latteras ... 881761 .38
Havre . 801621 .11
Huron 80 58 .06,
lacksonvllle 901781 ".10
Kansas City. 92J701 .not
jKnoxvltle ..I
'Louisville ..!
Memphis'...
Montgomery I
Montreal ....
Moorbead ...
New Orleans!
New York
North Platte
Oklahoma ..
iPittsburg ...
Roawell ... I
St. Loui*....
St. Paul I
Tampa !
Toledo ......
Washington .
Winnipeg ...
I 861701 .00
84166 .00
881*4 .44
82 76 .20
74 M .00
84J30 .74
88178 .00
78|62 .OS
86168 .80
88174 .00
76160 .01
[ 96168 .00
|M68 .00
86 54 .00
88 80 .00
1 82 60 ,-*-,
S2 82 1.16
i 74I5OI .00
."'". I
. SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER * CONDITIONS
The weather Is clear on th* Pacific coast and
unsettled in th* Rocky mountain section. I th*
lower Mississippi valley and the Atlantic coast.
Thunderstorms are reported la Wyoming, the
Dakota* and Minnesota. Rain has been general
la the corn belt. Showers ar* reported In th*
south Atlantic state* and also in New York and
New England. At Washington the rain has
amounted to 1.16 iachea in th* last 24 hours.
Temperatures ar* Welosr th* norma] . over a
large portion of the Cnlted Stat**. In the
Missouri valley there ha* been a fall of 12 de
grees or mar* in th* last 24 hours.
Oa the Paclfle coast th* temperature has risen
slowly at all points. except Ban Francisco, where
It la 6 degrees colder.
FORECAST .'■'■:*
Forecast for the 31* hours ending at midnight
Sunday. July 23:
I For San Francisco and vicinity- Fair Sunday,
with fog in the -morning; somewhat warmer;
light south wind, changing to moderate west.
For Santa Clara valley- Fair Sunday, with
high fog la th» morning; moderate temperature;
light north wind.
For Sacramento valley— Sutrfav. mod
erately warm: light east wind.
For San Joaquin valley—Fair Sunday, eon
tinned warm: light north wind
Tor California south of th* Tehachapl—Fair
Sunday, high tog in the morning; light sooth
west wind.
A. G. MeADiE. District Forecaster.
HYTJBOGRAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbor.
PLACE ! Ft I Date |
Har| 18_[Jnly
II
1 77;
I
•'ehalm
IMar.
I Char
J of
; 200 ft. wide.
• I
innel
taqulna
II 11 IMar. 141
--«. u. u.
1. 4. W. 6.
I
"mpqna R, 1 July
?oo» Bay I 18 [July
ii-.' .:
"II
fuly
l to
:i»mth
ne al? 77 ' tt~:
ne 1 [Channel shifted slight-
I ly south.
116 feet In straight i
net: 18 feet la :
channel, narrow
I crooked.
te
11 No change In channel.
T
l tu
nel.
I Channel well to
. and narrow.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
j Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
EUREKA. July 22.— *t*am*r Alliance ar
rived this afternoon from Portland via Astoria
and Coos Bay with freight and passengers.
The steamer Santa Clara arrived from' San
Francisco this afternoon with freight.* mail and
passenger*. It sals tomorrow. «*»■»<»
The steamer City of Topeka. Captain Glelow
of th* Pacific Coast Steamship company, Is due
to arrive her* tomorrow morning.
The British steamer Cenrtfleld. Captain Wise
man, which ha* b**a loading lumber at the Ar
eata wharf for th* laat week, ahlfted to the
Samoa mill thla afternoon where it* cargo will
he finished. From Eureka the Courtfield will
proceed to Puget Sound and then to Australian
ports direct. ■
The st*»mer ♦J!" ,1,18. H. Murphy.' Captain
Corning, sailedl this morning for San Pedro with
a full cargo of lumber. - *- ■
The steamer Ravalli. ' Captain Nelson, of the
Hammond Lumber company, sailed thla afternoon
---.-.:_'._'." _„','„ 77,7r',- *Tt,A._ Tic 'oc^Jli'Jrit^y^-''.--..l ' -;:
=-SPECIAL AN NOUN CEMENT" =
WINTER TOURS v -
OF THE '
Hamburg-American Line
1911- -1912
t IS ADDITION TO ITS REGULAR SERVICES. . . -
TWO GRA\D The s. s. Cleveland, in mo ton*> win start on tbe
IVVU vjj\.-\.\L» flrßt cruise from New, York OCT. 21, 1011, and on the
CRUISES 'A ROT 4 second from San Francleco FEB. 0. ,1812. Duration of
7- „,Pr; V 7 il each enll no '>AYS. From $630 upward, including all
THE WORLDs necessary expense* aboard and ashore. Theae talpa will
* - - ' ■ - - - tb* repeated annually. ■■ . '-■ „
SOUTH AMERICA, r^ S- S. BLOECHEB will leave from New York JAN.
Straits 01 MAbiiLLAtN,-! 20. 1912, on her third cruise to South America, visiting
VALPARAISO ■ :- I principal port*.. An ideal cruise of 74 days, $330 aad up.
cmrtteK* '"" - fTo the island cities of the - CARIBBEAN, to .VENE- f
FIVE CRUISES ZUELA and the wonders of the PANAMA CANAL by the
TO^-. Tr^ '8. S. Moltke,; from N. Y. Jan;-2?,'- 1012, 28 days gl.io Aun
1 HE 4 U.S. Hamburg from N.Y. Feb.- 10. 1912, 21 days, »12.'» A up
IVRCT TVTITrC I 8. 8. Moltke from N. Y. Feb. 24, 1012, 28 days. $150 A un
VVlib 1 iiN JJIEb B.S. Hamburg from N. T. Mar. 7. 1912. 21 days. $125 A ur
■'' -5 * ■■■■-■■■ IS. 8, Moltke from N. Y. Mar. 26. 1012. 16 days. ■:■ $85 Aup
ORIENTAI CuN 'AN- 30. 1912. the superb cruising steamer .VIC-'
i„7 T^„ JTORIA'LCISE. (16.500 tonal will, leave .from New York
CRUISE lon « 78-day eruia* to Madeira. Spain, the - Mediterra
. "'^ Infan. and Orient. $323 and upward. ■-"." ...,:-l-.- ..-r. " '.
SPEC I TRIP TO T~~ — ■„-.-.'.- ' -.- ■.- . ■ •■-'-. -■..,... —— ~r'
vtATictt) A"nn * ' Tbe palatial transatlantic liner KAISERIN AUGUSTS
MADEIRA, GIB- VICTORIA (25.000 tons) leaving .New York FEB '14
RAfTAD lJnnPDi' -(1918, will visit Madeira, Gibraltar. ' Algiers, Ville'.
IVALlAAjiftlVillKA,; j francos,; Geno a: and Egypt, allowing several hours'
ITALY AND EGYPT ' i,tw " "cl>port- " v
NILE^ SERVICE 1' the «uperb • steamers of the Hamburg and Anglo- ■'
-MI.C, OE.IVV Hi!, ( American Nile Co.
Regular sailings to England, France and Germany, to the Mediterranean and to Cuba
Jamaica. Haytl. Colombia, Coats Rica. Pane ma. sad connections for West Coast point*.
For detailed "information apply to DEPARTMENT, .
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE
. .160 POWELL ST. (Phone K»arny 2940) -" ;i San Francisco
for San Francisco with a cargo of lumber and
mall. . ■.- • ■.-.-■;
PORTLAND, July 22.—Among the recent lum
ber charters for this port is the Japanese steam
er Otaro Marti No. 2. 1,708 tons net, which has
been fixed by Comyn, Mackall & Co.. for a
cargo of ■ Oregon - fir. to China on , time ! charter.
It will bring a cargo of hardwood lumber from
tarn to this' port for the Pacific Lumber and
Manufacturing company.
The barkentlne C. K. Crocker 'finished its cargo
of lumber for Valparaiso at Knappton today, and
Captain Albert Crowe left down the river this
morning to survey It It, Is under charter to
Balfour, Guthrie & Co. ,
Tbe : schooner George E. Billings, ►, loading :>. at
Prescott for Australia, and the schooner Ameri
cana, loading at Westpprt for Brisbane, are
expected to j complete their cargoes about Tues
day. They are both under charter to J. J.
Moore A Co, , - » -*
After being cleaned and painted, the steamer
Olson and Mahony was lowered from the Oregon
drydock and went to sea tonight.
When It sailed this morning the steamer Rose
City. Captain Mason, had 300 passengers and
1,700 ton* of freight.
The port - of - Portland tug Oneonta left down
from Stella thl* morning with the bark Amy
Turner, which Is laden with lumber fur San
Francisco.-- -- -
The British steamer Ethel-Wolf, under charter
to the L. P. Lee Lumber . company for a cargo
of lumber to i South Africa, ,is expected .to com
plete its cargo at the Inman Poulsen mills Tues
day with about 3.500.000 feet. 5-• ..'..-.-
It Is expected to work the Bank line steamer
Kumerlc at Kalama Sunday in order to dispatch
it as quickly as poaslble.. It will probably finish
in from three to five days, depending on whether
one or two gangs can be worked. .
SEATTLE. July 22.—Arrived: " Steamer Ad
miral Sampson, from Tacoma: steamer Alameda,
from Tacoma; steamer Hornet, • from j Tacoma;
*t*am*r Buckman, from San Francisco.
Sailed Steamer Senator, for Nome; steamer
Umatilla, for Tacoma; bark Rlcart de Soler. for
Tacoma: steamer Colonel E. L. Drake and barge
93, for Tacoma. >
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED
Saturday. July 22.
7:10 p. m.. stmr Hoqulam, Reinertson. 7", hours
from Grays ' Harbor; .740,000 feet lumber to
Southern Pacific company. .
M 2:05 p. m., atmr H*l*n P. Drew, Gund*r*on,
42 hour* from Redondo Beach; ballast to L. E.
White Lumber company. <
- 5 p. m.. stmr Gee. W. Elder. Thompson.' 32
hours from Portland, via Astoria 43 hours; pas
sengers and merchandise to C. P. Doe ft Co.
4:50 p. m.. bktn Hawaii, Wlkander, 30 day*
from Mahukona; 33,400 bag* eugar to Williams,
Dimond ft Co.
4:50 p. m., Br stmr Centurion, Mayeock. 3
days 2 hours "from Tacoma; put In to finish load
i ing. .
I 8:35 a. m., *tmr Brunswick. Wablgren, 13
i hwirs from Fort Bragg; 443,000 feet lumber to
. Lnlon Lumber company.
7:50 a. m.. stmr Santa Barbara. Zaddart. 61
hours from Willapa harbor; bound south, put in
for fueL '
• 8:10 a. m., atmr Yosemlte, Reiner, 36 hours
from San Pedro; passengers to C. R. McCor
mick ft Co.
5 a. m.. atmr Hooolnlan. Bennett. 6 day* 15
hour* from I Honolulu; passengers and merchan
dise to Matson Navigation company.
■ 7:50 a. m.. atmr Sv»a. Allen, 38 hour* from
San Pedro; ballast to Wilson Brothers company.
0 a.* m.. stmr Harvard. Jensen. 24 hours 5?
minutes from San Diego, via San Pedro 17 hour*
Sfl minutes; passengers and merchandise to Pa
cific Navigation company.
6:30 a. m., atmr laqua. Self. 22 hour* from
Eureka; bound south, put In to land passengers.
3 a. m., atmr Marshfield. Ahlln. 65 hour* from
Redondo Beach; ballast to Cottoneva Lumber
company. =„- .->■■■ ..,..,.,- ,:,,; , .
3:50 a. m.. bktn Fallertoa. Flelden. 2* hours
from Port San Luis; oil to Union Oil company,
la tow tug Defiance; up river direct. *
4:35 a. m.. stmr Nehalem. Tletjen, 68 hours
from Astoria: 750,000 feet lumber to Hammond
Lumber company.
6:80 a. m.. stmr Redondo, Mag**, 38 hours
from Coos Bay: 716.000 feet lumber to C. A.
Smith Lumber company.
--•« a. m., *tmr Tiverton, D*ttm*r»,lßß hour*
from Port Gsmble; 590,000 feet lumber to Pope
ft Talbot.
- « a, m.. stmr Oleum. Curtis. — hour* from
Port San Luis; oil to Union Oil company; up
river direct. - ...
6:10 a. m.. stmr Chehallg, K*ttl**on. 68 hour*
from Grays Harbor; bound south, put tn to land
passengers. ...... * — ..,--—..-* .. .. -----
7:10 a. m.. stmr Pasadena, McGovern. 16 hours
from Albion; 390,000 feet lumber to Albion Lum
ber company.
»" 11:20 a. m.. atmr Manchuria, i Dixon, 26 day*
from Hongkong, via Yokohama 10 day*, I via
Honolulu 6 days; passengers and merchandise to
Pacific Mall Steamship company.
I 12:05 p. m.. stmr Enterprise. Youngren. S days
IT 1-4- hours from HUo: passengers and merchan
dise to Matson Navigation company.
12:20 p. m.. stmr Fair Oaks. Norberg, 41 hours
from Redondo Beach; ballast to Pollard ft Co.
11:45 a. m., stmr Hanalel, Hamma. 4?. hours
from San Pedro; passengers and merchandise to
Independent Steamship company.
CLEARED
- Saturday. July 22.
Stmr Harvard. Jepsen. San Pedro: PaclSe
Navigation company.
Stmr Watson. Bartlett, Seattle; Alaska Pacific
Steamship company.
Nor stmr Tordenskjold. Oelaon, Sydney via
Aberdeen; J. J. Moor* ft Co. * . :
Bark Andrew Welch, Kelly, Honolulu; Matwn
Navigation company. . s
Stmr G. -W. Elder. .Thompson, Saa Diego;
North Pacific Steamship company.
SAILED • -» - ••.-■'-:-■ '
. Saturday. - July 22.
7:20 p. m., stmr Tamalpals. Anderson. Astoria.
8:30 p. m., stmr Albion, Nyman. Point Arena.
• 2:20 p. m.. stmr President. Thomas. Seattle. :
. 2:33 p. m., stmr Santa Barbara, Zaddart, San
Pedro. ...--■ -
2:3.1 p. m.. stmr Daisy. Smith, Willapa. *
2:43 p. m., stmr Chehalls, Kettlesoa, San
Pedro. " i -.'-■■•
2:4.1 p. m.. stmr Yonemlt*. Reiner. Seattle.
- 11:13 p. m.. I atmr Point Arena. Fagerstrum,
Union landing.
3:35 p. m., atmr National City, Bostrom, Fort
Bragg. ■ ■ . :
; 4 p. m., atmr Phoenix. Kokerltx. Eureka. '
4:10 p. m.. atmr Carmel. Hardwlck. Portland.
4:20 p. m., *trar Harvard, Jepsen. San Pedro.
4:23 p. m.. stmr Watson, Bartlett. Seattle.
3:20 p. m.. stmr Arctic. Under, Fort Bragg.
5:15 p. m., stmr . Marsbfleld, ,-, Ahlln. Hardy
creek.
-5:50 p. m., atmr Del Norte, Sanford, Crescent
City, .-,'. "..,■■:.
0:20 p. m.. Nor stmr Tordenskiold, Aleson,
Sydney via Aberdeen.
.6 p. m., stmr Shoshone, Aeplond, Astoria.
■- 0:10 p. m., atmr Coronado, {ftaageland, Gray*
Harbor.
8:10 a. m.. atmr Svea. Allen, Grays Harbor.
10:83 a. m., stmr laqua, Self. San Pedro, 5
10:35 a. m., *chr E. K. Wood, Hellqulst, Ta
coma. '■■ , • .
■ 6 a. m., stmr Grays Harbor, Johnson. Astoria,
with schr Ruby In tow, for Coqnille river.
' 6 a. m., »chr Ruby. Korth, Coqullle river, .In
tow stmr Grays Harbor. > . .
11:20 a. m., atmr City of Topeka. Glelow, Eu
reka. "
- 12 ra.,*chr Albion. Olsen. Coqullle river.
11:40 a. m.. stmr Sierra, Houdlette, Honolulu.
- 11:45- a.:, m., sehr Spokane, S*ms*n, - Port
Gamble..,,' ■■' ■-•:■■ -„;;
11:10 a. m.. stmr San Jacinto, Carlson. Gray*
Harbor.' . ■ '
140 p. m-, atmr Wellesley, Lladqutot, Eureka.
7 SPOKEN - :-,■ „)-.,
Per atmr Honolulsn—lS, latitude 37:17
N. longitude 141:."'; W. Russ ship Dundee, from
Coqulmbo for Puget sound.
___. WEATHER REPORTS
LOBOS. July 22, 9 a. Foggy;.wind
W: velocity 8 miles an hour. ,
'.'''*" REYES. July 22, 9a. m.Foggy; wind
NW; velocity 18 miles an hour. ->.-.. ->
FARALLONES.- July * 22, » a. m.—Cloudy;
wind NW; Telocity S miles an hour.
-POINT LOBOS. July 22. 12 m.—Foggy, wind
W; q reloclty 7 miles an hour.
TELEGRAPHIC .
.POINT LOBOS. July 22. 10 p. Weather
thick; wind W: velocity 10 mile* an hour.-
DOMESTIC PORTS „
- GUALALA—SaiIed July 21—Stmr, Aleatrai.
for Point Arena. ■•.-■■- • .
' - POINT, A RKNA—-Arrived July 21—Stmr Ak-a
traa ,4 from Gualala. - -■-•■:, ■■-•••
Sailed July 22. 12 ia.—Star" Alcatraz. for
Greenwood. • •..--'
■ GREENWOOD—SaiIed July 22—Stmr Aleatrai.
for San Pedra.'-3ft^a»£g9«*tMMAMpsaM^rag£te^
POINT REYES- Passed July 22. 2:20 p. ra.—
Stmr Gea • W. Elder, > from - Portland .« for San
Francisco and San Pedro. "•".''
san DlEGO—Sailed July 22—Stmr Nebraskan.
for San Francisco. ' ■■■.
SEATTLE—SaiIed July 22—Stmr Senator, for
Nome. -..-,.- .„„.■
.Arrived July 22—Stmr. Hornet, from Tacoma.
Sailed July 22 —Chtl bark Rlcart do Soler. for
Tacoma. .
NOME—Arrlxed'July 21—U.S.- Stmr Buffalo,
from Unalaska. .. :~- "*"
- WRANGELL -Arrived Jnly 21—SHnr Queen.
from Skagway for Seattle: stmr Humboldt, from
Seattle. July Stmr Delhi, from Seattle for
Skagway. -
VALDEZ—SaiIed July 22—Stmr Northwestern,
for Seattle.'; ■ < ■ ... i ■ .'• •:■
ASTORlA—Arrived - July 21, - 8 p. tn.—Stmr
Atlas, with barge 93 In tow. hence July 18. Jnly
22—Stmt Beaver, hence July 20, • '
Sailed July 21. 7 p. m. -Stmr Francis H. Leg
gett for San Francisco, with raft in tow. -.'July
22, 7. at—Nor stmr Rygja," for "Yokohama;
Ger hark H. Hack feld, for London; S a. m.,
stmr Maverick, for San Francisco. "
Sailed July 22. 6 p. m.—Stmr Roae City, for
San Francisco. * >„.' :
EUREKA—SaiIed July 22, 10 a. m.—Stmr Wm.
H. Murphy, for San Pedro.
Arrived July 22, 1 p. Stmr Alliance, from
Astoria. ..-•-. .
Arrived July 22, 3 p. m.—Stmr Santa' Clara,
hence July 21.-
Sailed July 22. 5 p. • m. —Stmr Acme.: for San
Francisco; 6 p. m., Itmr Prentiss, for San Fran
cisco. • -■■'„ „.,..:■....;.
Sailed Jnly 22, 6 p. m.—-Stmr Ravalli, for San
Francisco; 8 p. m.. Nor stmr Mathilda, for Puget
sound. . . , ,- .
SOUTH BEND—Sailed Jniy2l, 5:30 p. m.—
Stmr Saginaw/ for San Francisco.
TATOOSH—Passed July 21. 6:20 p. m.—Stmr
Governor, from Seattle for San Francisco; 7:50
p. m., Br stmr Knight of St. (Jeorge, from Ta
coma for San Francisco. i July 22. 4:40 a. m.—
Stmr Buckman. hence July 19 for Seattle; 0:10
a. m.. stmr Washtenaw, from Port San Luis far
Seattle; 9:10 a. m.. stmr Senator, from Seattle
for Nome; 3:30 a. m.. stmr M. F. riant, from
Seattle for San Francisco: 4 a. m.,.stmr Virgin
tan. from -Tacoma for Honolulu.
Outside bound In July 22—Br stmr Empress of
India, from Hongkong for Vancouver.
Passed July 22, 12 m.—U. S. stmr Burnside,
from Ketchikan for Seattle; 12:30 p. m., bKn
Gardiner City, hence July 0 for Ludlow.
COOS BAY—Sailed July 21, 7 p. m.—Stmr Al
liance, for Eureka. ■'•■•- •
Sailed July 22. 3 p. m.—Stmr Breakwater, for
Astoria. '■■• ■ '•„.-,
HCENEME— July 22. 1 p. m.—Stmr
Coos Bay. bene* July, 19.
Sailed . Joly 22, 4 p. m.—Stmr Coca Bay, for
San Pedro.
. SAN PEDRO—Arrived July Stmr Bear,
hence July 21: stmr Argyll, hence July 20: stmr
Excelsior, from Coo* Bay; *tmr Yale, hence
July 21; stmr Wasp, hence July 10.
Sailed July 22—Stmr Argyll, stmr Shasta, for
San Francisco: schr King Cyrus, far Columbia
river; stair City of Puebla, for, San Diego.
TACOMA— July 22—Stmr Alameda,
from Seattle; stmr Umatilla,i from Seattle. - „■
Sailed July 22—Jap stmr Seattle Maru. for
Yokohama; atmr Hornet, stmr Alameda, for
Seattle.
ALBlON—Sailed July 22—Stmr Noyo, for San
Francisco. ,r-
EASTERN PORTS
NEW YORK Arrived July 22—Br stmr Indra
mayo. from Hollo. -'-
BOSTON—Arrived July 21— stmr Munca*
ter Castle, from Yokohama.
PHILADELPHIA—Arrived July 21—Stmr Call
fornlan, from Puerto Mexico. • '
ISLAND PORTS
- HONOLULU—Arrived July Bark R. P.
Rithet, from Mahukona.
. FOREIGN PORTS
ANTWERP—Arrived July 21—Br stmr Robert
Dollar, from Shields.
YOKOHAMA— July 22—Stmr Korea,
hence July 3 via Honolulu.
Sailed July 22—Nor >tmr Hercules, for Port
land. ■■ :,' ,- " ■'.
BAHIA BLANC A Arrived prior July 21—Br
stmr Foxtan Hall, from New York. : - v
HOBART—Arrived prior July 21—FT ship Er
nest Reyer. from Antwerp for San Francisco.
SHIELDS—SaiIed July 7—Br ship Californiaa,
for San Diego. -
PUERTO " MEXlCO—Sat'ed July 20—Stmt
American, for Delaware breakwater.
VICTORIA July 22—Jap stmr Seattle
Maru. from Yokohama. *
- Arrived July 22 Br stmr Empress of India,
fresr Yokohama. .
IQClQUE—Arrived July 20—Br stmr Hawick
nail, from New York.
SINGAPORE—Arrived July 21—Br stmr Ro
serle. from New York.
GREENOCK—Arrived July 21—Br *tmr Crown
of Gallcia. from Eurek*.
HONGKONG—Arrived prior July 22—Stmr
Minnesota, from Seattle via - Yokohama. .<
Sailed July IS— stmr Tamba Maru, for
Seattle. - ■ •■ -■' -
VALPARAISO—To sail July 23—Schr Golden
Shore, for Grays Harbor.
■ Arrived July 22—Schr Luzon, from Seattle.
- OCEAN* STEAMERS
NEW YORK—Arrived July 22—Stmr President
Lincoln, from Hamburg. -
Sailed July 22 —Stmr New York, for Southamp
ton; stmr Kroocland. for Antwerp: stmr Cedrlc.
for Liverpool; stmr President Grant, for Ham
burg: stmt Minnehaha, for London.
ROTTERDAM—Arrived July ■ Stmr Pot*-
Arrived July 22—Stmr St. Paul, from South
ampton and Cherbourg. - * , ■■ • . -.. ?,„<.:!
DOVER—Sailed July 22-Stmr Vaderland, from
Antwerp for New York.
BREMEN—Arrived July 22—Stmr George
Washington, from New York via Plymouth and
Cherbourg. *
LIVERPOOL--Sailed July.,- 22—Stmr Celtic,
stmr Mauretania, for New York via Queenstown;
stmr Megantic. for Montreal.
dam, from New York.
Sailed July Stmr Rotterdam, for New
York.
SOUTHAMPTON—SaiIed July 22-«tmr Phila
delphia, for New York. !
ANTWERP—SaiIed July 22-Stmr Vaderland.
for New York. .<"
Memoranda
VICTORIA, -July 22.—8r *tmr Empress af
India, which arrived here today, has on* case
of smallpox among j crew; passengers , and crew
will be detained. -
Per stmr Honolulan —July 21 passed stmr En
terprise, from Hilo. for San Francisco;l had. fine
weather all the way up.
Per stmr Geo. W. Fenwlck—July 20. 12 ra.', off
Point Argnella, saw tug Hercules, with log raft
ln tow. from Astoria for San Diego.
PORTLAND. July 22.— M. F. Henderson,
towing barge 03,, was rammed by tug Samson at
Bugbys hole; Henderson sunk.
, Army Transports -.
The Crook I* ln port.
The Buford la la Manila.
The Logan la in port. ,
The Sheridan I* in port. "'.-;:
The Sherman sailed for Manila July 5. '
The Thomas is at Mare island. .'
The Warren Is at Manila.. "7. >
- PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
: LOS ANGELES M
•SANTA • BARBARA •JtC^N.
SAN DIEGO /^_^\
1 EUREKA HxESCh
1 SEATTLE \4sAyi7
■ TACOMA VICTORIA V'^a^lW/
: .VANCOUVER
[ ALASKA .MEXICO
( Berth and Meals Included In Fare
LEAVE FROM PIERS 0 AND 11
Los Angelea, 'Santa Barbara, San Diego
President or Governor ..Every Monday 2 d m
•State of . California Every Thursday, il a. m".
•Only stesmer calling at Santa Barbara.
Seattle" (Direct), Tacoma, Townsend.
. Victoria, Vancouver, Alaska ,
President or Governor.. Saturday.",2 m
Um5ti11a....,.........Tue5., August i, 2 p. m/
Puebla, Wed., July 26; Tu**., Aug. 8. 22, 2 pm.
' Eureka (Humboldt Hay)
Topeka.... July 27; Aug. 1. 6. 11, 10, 21, 11 *. m.
Gnaymas, Mazatlan, La Pas, Knsrnad*
Curacao..... ..*.. 7..... Monday, Aug. 7. 12 m.
Alaska Cruises * 1911 Leave Seattle
Queen.....:......;..:.Ju1y 26; Aug. 9, 9 p. :m.
Leave Seattle
Nome-St. Michael—Senator, Aug.: 15. '10 a.m.
Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES— Hotel, 653 Market at.,
;"' 5':7'::.;"16 Market st. and Broadway Wharf. *v
Telephone Kearny 493. *
OAKLAND—II2O Broadway. Tel.: Oakland 3080
C. D. DCNANN. General Passenger Agent.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
Regular Fast Freight Service
NEW YORK • TO- PACIFIC COAST
PORTS and HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Bailing from New York every six daya,
making direct connection* with Pacific
steamers Bailing from Sallna i Crua,
Mex., every six days for San Francisco.
" 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 every IS days.
.'For ratea and further particulars ap
j ply to i DEARBORN & LAPHAM, Gen- !
eral V Agents. ' 8 Bridge Street. ? New
York. WILLIAMS, DIMOND ft CO.,
i General Agents, Pacific Coast 1
}j 310 Sansome St, San Francisco. '
RAILWAY TRAVEL
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM JUNE 11. lilt
■ VIA OAKLAND PIER
Laay» ■- (Foot oi Market Street) ';'■;;'" Arm* j
2.1 S« . Nils*. Tracy, Lathrop, Stockton, Lodi,
„: Gait l.ik Grove, i-arraiaeato. Row
vilie. Auburn, Cottax..*.."> 11.18*
6.40 a Hayward. Nile*. Saa Joe* ;........'. 7.08»
7.00 a Richmond, Fort CM*, Beaicla.Bui-L »
sun, Dixon, Sacramento, Roeeville, } 7.28*
• - Marysville, Redding. Duasmuir.. J 10.38*
7.00 a Elmira, Vacaville, Rum5ey........... 7.28*
7.00 a Davis. Woodland - (Marysville, Oro.
viiie), Williams,' Maxwell, Willow*, *>---'--
-■"' Hamilton, Coming, Red 81ti2...... 7.28*
7.40 a Vallejo. Napa, Calistoga, Saata Rosa,
Martinei. San Ramon, Livermore .. 6.08*
7.40 a Niles, Pleasaoton. Livermore,.Tracy, *---
_ Lathrop, Stockton, Lodi, Sacramento 7.28p
7.40 a Tracy. Patterson, Ne wman, Los Banos,
* Herman. Fresno ....."....;....'.. ■ 4.28*
B.ooa Newark, West Saa Jose, Los Gates,
.Wright Feitoa (Ben Lomond, »
der Creek), Santa Crus ...;.......- 6.48*
8.40g Port Cost*. Martin**, Byron. Tracy.
Stockton, Merced, Berenda (Ray
mood), Fresno, Fowler, Selma,
Tnver. Goshen Junction (Hanford,
Armona), Bakersfield.....-.......' 4.48*
! 8.40 a Visalia, Lindsay, Porterville, Ducor .." ' 7.28*
8.40 a Yosemite Valley via Merced 4.48*
9.00 a Nile* (San Jose), Fleasaatoa, liver
more. Stockton, (*Slilton) Valley
Spring, lone, Sacramento 4.28*
9.00 a Tuolumne, Sonera, Jamestown, Angela 2.48*
9.00 a Atlantic Express—Sacramento; True
kee, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver, '
Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago 8.28*
9.40« Richmond, Fort Coda, Martinei, Bay -
Point... ....;*..... :......... 8.48*
10.20 a San Francisco Overland Limited— Den
ver, Kansas City. St. Louie, Omaha,
.Chicag0..;.....,..-..-......;. B.oB*
10.40 a Vallejo. Mare Island, Napa 11.28*
10.40* Los Angeles Passenger-Port Costa,
Martinei, Byron, Tracy, Stockton.
: Merced, Fresno. (Hanford. Coaling*, :
Visaiia). Bakersfield, Los Angeles.... 7.28|
11.20* Shasta Limited—Portland, Tacoma,
5eatt1e..;;....'...........:....... B.lo*
12.00 a Richmond, Port Costa. Benicia, Soi
-■* sun, Elmira. Dixon, Sacramento II .08*
12.00n Davis, Williams, Colusa June. Willow*.
Ge.-maatoTß. Or!and, Hamilton.... 4.48*
12.00 ft Marysville. Chieo. Red 8in........... 4.48* -
I.oo* Mies, Lmagton. San Jaw.:.......... 2.48*
1.20* Sao Leaadro. Kile*. Centerville, New-/ B.oB*
ark.Ban J0w...............:*... I 7.28*
MO* Newark, San Jose, Loa Gatos. Wright
■ Feltoo (Boulder Cretk), Santa Crus. B.lo*
2.40* San Leandro, Niles. San Jose 9.28*
3.00* Goldfield Pais—Truekee. Hasea, Wa
buska (Yerineton. Hudson.. Miaa.
Tonopah, Goldfield. Laws, Keeler .. 7.28 a
3.00* Benicia, Winters, Sacramento—Wood
had. Tudor, Yuba City. MarvsviU* . 11.08 a
3.00* Davis, Arbuckle. William*, Willows,
Oriand. Hamilton 7.28*
3.20* Valley Flyer—Port CosU (Stockton).
Martinei. Byron, Modesto, Marred,
Fresno, Goshen Junction, Tulare,
Bakersfield, Mojave, Los Annies.. 12.08*
3.45* Via Sauaalito, West Napa, St. Helena,
Ca8at0ga......... :.... 10.36*
4.00* Vallejo, Napa. Calistoga. Santo Row,
Mattin**,Saa Ramon, Livermore.... 8.28 a
4XO* Niles (CeotervUb, Newark), Liver-f | 10.28*
more,Tracy, Stockton, L0di...... I 11.18*
4.40* San Leandro, Hayward, Nile*. Pleas
»? ;■; antoa. livermore, .Tracy, Patterson,
5 Newman. Herman, Fresno '.. 11.18*
6.00* VaDejo. Port Cost*. Benicia, Suisun,
Sacramento Lincoln, Marysville,
Orovflle 11.28*
.. B.OO* Davis, Arhuckie, Williams, Willow*.
Oriand,Tehama ...iv 10-88*
5.00* Rum-11. San Jose. Lot Gatos 9.28*
S5XO* Wright Glenwood, Big Trees, Santa
,-.'-- Crua . .... a9.28a
5.20* San Leandro (Nile*. San Joeej.Siaol,
Pleasanton. Livermore 8.48 a
6.00* Owl Limited Los Aage1e*.......... BXBa
8.40* Eastern Express—Ogden. Pueblo. Den
, ' ver. Kansas City, St. Louie, Chicago.
6.40* Port Casta, Benicia. Sacramento, .
Tnckee (LakeTahoe), Reno,Sparks 8.28*
6.40* Hayward, Niles and Saa Jose. 6.48*
17.00p ' Richmond, Vallejo, Port Costa, Mar- '-■--'• r■■: ■
■ tines. Bay Point and Wav Station* tl 1-28*
7.00p . Chin* and Japan ■ Mail—Ogden,
Cheyenne, Denver, Kansas . City, :.'.'"■
i Omaha, Chicago.... 2.48*
- 7XO* Port Costa. Stockton, Baefarastoto,Col
,'r^-,-:- lax, Truckaa (Lake Tahe*),*R*oo..: 10.08*
8.20* Oregon —Sacrameato, - Rose- -
ville,' Marysville, Redding, Ashland,
Portland, Tacoma. Seattle. Spokane B.oBa
8.40* Bakersfield, McKittrirk, Mo
narch. Moron, Fellow Shale ..,.-..";"-; 8.28 a
9.40* Yowmito Valley Sleeper via Merced to
.-- El fatal.....' 8.28*
8.40* Richmond, Pqrt Costa. Tracy, Modesto, , - > --\
■ Merced, Fresno, Hanford, Tulare.. 8.-8*
- 9.40* Hanford, Armona, Lemoore, Huron,
C0a1mn........ ;...;........ 8.28*
9.40* Visalia, Exeter, Lindwy, Porterville.
Ducor, Famoao . 8.28*
9.40* Portland Express— Willows. Red
* Bluff. Weed, 'Klamath Fails). Ash- .
- .-'.,-, had. Roseburg, Portland, Tacoma.
5eatt1e........... 12.28*
11.40* San Leandro. Hayward, Niles. Fleas
aatoa. Liveimore, Tracy, Stockton. 2.48*
NEThERLAHD'S ROUTE—From Pacific Street Wharf.
This route offer* exceptional opportunity for Auto
mobilista to reach all points on the Sacramento River.
Colliasville, Emma ton, Rio Vista. lalttoo. Ryde, Walnut
Grove, Vordea, Courtland. Clarksburg. Sacramento. ■
Steamer Seminal*, have* San Francisco 8:00 a. m. dairy
except Sunday, stopping at point* shown, arriving Sac
ramento 6.-00 p. m. . Leaves Sacramento 9.-00 p. m. daily
except Sunday (no stop* en route), arriving San Fran
cisco 5:00 a. m.
Steamer Modoc or Apache, leaves San Francisco 1:00
p.m. daily, except Sunday; arrive San Fr»aciseo 11:30
Pi ■■■■*-• ■ .■'
AUTOMOBILES AND VEHICLES.
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY-From San Franehaa,
'South End Ferry Building ter Broadway Wharf. Oak
land— a.m.: +7.00 a. m., then 8.00 a.m. and event
hour, daily, to 9.00 p.m., inclusive. Boats leave Broad
way Wharf at eases hour* v above for San Francisco.
The convenient route for automolili»ta. ' '.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Via Alameda Wee.
Ta Oakland. 14th St and Alameda. South Sid* (Electric
Service)—+6.lo. t&45 a. at., aad then 10 and 45 min
utes part tha hour until 7.45 p. a.; then 8.30, 9.15,
10.00,10.45,11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
Ta Alameda and Fruitvale via Horseshoe same as ahev*.
Union Transfer Co. atithsrtzed la check Baggage direel
from rtiMaoc*.
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WA' ;tl4sa 450*...... 340* km
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PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL _
TOYQ KISEN KAiSHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY -
S. S. Cuiyo Mara..'... .Wednesday, ■ Aug. 9, 1911
S. 6. America Maru... .Wednesday, Aug. SO, 1911
8. S. Tenyo Maru...... Wednesday, Rapt. 6, 1911
S. 8. Shinyo Maru (new Wednes.. Sept. 27. 1911
I Steamers sail from company's pier. No. 34. near
foot of; Hranr.an ; st.,. at - 1 p. m.. for Yokohama |
and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Kobe (Hlogo)
i and Nagasaki and Shanghai, and connecting at '
Hongkong with steamers for Manila, India, etc. I
No cargo received on : board on day. of sailing.
Round trip ticket" at reduced rate*.
For freight andpaaaage apply st office. -4th ■
floor, Western Metropolis National Bank build
ing, G25 Market st. W. H. AVERY, ,- ,
r. , *.■'•:■..- Awistant General Manager. ; 1
UNION S. S. CO. of KlUi.
New Through Passenger and Freight Service -
■■■•>■ ■-" Without 'Chang*. .-.-.■•
SAN FRANCISCO TO WELLINGTON. N. Z.. , ,
VIA TAHITI AND BAROTONGA. •
5. 8. M AIT Al (3,393 tons), sail* 11 a. m. July 28 ■
8. 8. AORANOI (4.208 tons), sails 11 am. Auk 23 I
•■ Ballings every 28 days: connecting at Welling- ,
tan - and Auckland - for s New Zealand porta ' and *
Australia. ,r, . . ;. v, ... ..
* OCEANIC S. S. CO.. Ota. Agte., 100 Davie st '
Ticket Offlce. $73 Market at: tel. Butter 648.
dONOLIjLI] r°o-*^"> »•"• "■»"• Jul*
SIWHVI4VUV 29, for Honolulu and Hlli
.* S. S. WILHELMINA 118.390 ton*) sella noon. ' '
August .s,' for Honolulu and HUo. .
8. 8. LURLINE (13,000 tons) sails noon,
August 18, for Honolulu and Hilo.
Round trip to Honolulu, first class. $110 and op. \
MATSON MAVIOATION COMPANY, 868 Market,
TAHITI AND 5 NEW EEALAMD—S. 8.
* . Mariposa salt* 11' a. ro"., Aug. G. ,
. Special Tahiti round trip 8135, flrst class
HONOUR'! ;ss;isietTa (M.OOB tons die- .
iiuisvkutu 'placement) sails 11 a. m.. Aug.
12. 1911. Special round trip fllO, Brat class.
OCEANIC LINK. 673 Market: tel. Butter «4* I I
51
I l- •■" T-'.- VIA COAST i L.HVE.':
Leave ; (Third aad Towawad Street*) Am**
+5.10* Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma,
• Cemeteries, baden, Saa 8run0...... fBX5* •
6.30 a South San Francisco. San Jose, Gilroy. -
: (Hollister). largest ejero, Watson-
Santa Crua ................ 7.60*
27.00* Sunday Excursion— Jose, Gilroy
(Hollister,.. Del Monte, Monterey.
Pacific Grove.... ...v.v."..;.....; JlOXO* a
t7.00a Souta Saa Francisco, laio Alto, Saa .
Jow, Way Stations..-..; ' 7.30 a
7.00 a llayfield. Lo* Altos. Los Gat0a.'....... 17.20*
B.ooa Shoe* Line Limited— Paso Rob:** Hot _•-
Springs. Santa Barbara. Los Angeles 9.30*
B.ooa El Paso. San Antonio, Houston, New
Orleans. Chicago and East ....... 8.30* ■
8.05 a The Ccaster—Saa Jose. Pajaro (Wat
aoaviils, Santa Crux). • Castrovilie,
(Dei Monte, Monterey, Facifie Grove),
"** Salinas, Sokdad, Paso Roble* Hot
Springs. San Luis Obispo. Surf. (Lorn
poc), Santa Barbara, Ventura, Ox
nard, Los Ange1e*..:........: 11.46*
8.20* ktayfield, Los Altos, Los Gatos, Wright .
Glenwood (Boulder Creek). Santa
Cms. Wateoayille, Castrovilh. Del -
Monte, Monterey. Pacific Grove..... BX5*
9.00 a San Jose (Gilroy £, Salinaa; Faio Roblea
—.- Hot Springs, Saa Luis Obispo—Trea
Pinos—Wat son ville. Santa - Cms.
Del Moat*, Monterey, Pacific Grove 4.00*
10.40* South San Fiancisco, Burlmgam*. Saa
• Mateo, Fafe Alto, Saa Jow ........ 18.30*:
10.40* Lo* Altos, Mont* Tata. Lea Gatoa...{ If,*gJ
11.30 a Valencia Stmt, Ocean View. Oohaa.
Cemeteries. Radea, Ban Bruno 146*
11.40 a South Saa FrawMco, Saa Jow 18.20 a
1.20* Saturday* only—Eaatoa. Sao Mateo,
Palo Alto. Mayfield. -Let Gsto*.
Wright Feitoa (Boulder Creek),
SaßUCrui... 18.68*
2.00* Sal Monte Express—Saa Jew. Gilroy.
, • Sarmt (WaUonviUe). Santa Cms.
• Del -fiikte. Monterey, Facifie Grove. v
(Salinaa) 12X0*
2.05* South Sao Francisco, Palo Alto. Saa .. .
J0m.....:.....:...:.:...:.?..:.: 8.48* :
12.05 * Los Altos. MonU Vista. Lo* Gate* t3X5*
3.00* South Saa Francisco, Saa Mateo, 6*o '■
Jose, Gilroy. TresFsao*. Salinas 10.10*
3.00* Watscavillfl, Santa Cru*. Castrovilie,
Del Moate, Monterey. Pacific Grove 10.10 a
3.18* Saa Mateo, Redwood. Palo Alto, May- S9gHM
field. Lo* Gates. Wright (Boulder
Creek) Saata Cm* 11 JIB*
4.00* Sunset Express — Tuscoa, Dealing,
7 El Paso, Houiton. New Orlaana,, ' *-,
Chicago 10X8*
4.00* Washington Sua*** Washing
ton, DC New York and East 10.66*
4.00* Kansas City, St. Louia.Chicago....... 10.66*
4.00* Paso Robles Hot Springs. San Lai*
Obispo, Santa Barbara aod Lo*
* Ange1e*.....;..............;..... Io.BBi
4.20* South San Francisco. San Jow tB.OOa
t4.55* Redwood, Mavfield, LosGatos, Wright
Glenwood, Feitoa (BouWer Cnek).
SaaUCnn...... tl.ISp
5.05* Burliagamt, San Mateo, Palo Alto, Saa
f Jow aad Way Station* 8.46 a
20* Redwood. Palo" Alto. San J0w........ I.lo*
3.20* Los Altos. MonU Vista, Loe Gatoa.... 13.25*
15.28* Burliagama. Saa Mateo. San J0w..... 3.25p
t5.30p Loop—Valencia Street Ocean View
Cemeteries, South Saa Francisco, 23d
Street, 3d and Te5mwad........... +8.40*
6.40* San Brtmo, Saa Mateo. Redwood,/ 17.28 a
Palo Alto. Santa Clara, San Jow.. I 7.35 a
15.40* Lea Alto*. Los Gatos, Wright Glaa
wood, Big Trees, Santa ftui $9.45*
}6XO* Miilbrse, San Mateo, Fab Alto. May
field. Los Ahos, Los Gato* ....... tB.OO*
6.00* Saturday* only—Wright, Laurel. Fei
toa (Boulder Crock). Santa Crui.. c8.45a
18.05* 23d Street. Visit*cica. South San Fran- ' .
cisco, Valencia Street 17.15*
6.SO* South Fan Fraaeisco, Saa Jaw........ 8.45*
B.oo* The Lark — Faao Robles Hot Spring*,
Saata Barbara, Lo* Angels*. 9.30 a
B.lo* Lo* Angeles Passenger—Gilroy, SaKeaa,
.* Paso Robhs Hot Spring*. Saa Luia
Obispo, Santa Barbara aod Lo* An
geles.. B.3C*
10.00* San Jan and Wav Station* 7.20*
11.45* South Saa Francwco, Fab Alto. Saa
J0w......................; 7.45*
I __ «__ ,
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Vla Oakland Plw.
Te Oakland, 16th St. Berkley tad Berryman—
From 6.00 a. «i„ aad every twenty minutes until
8.50 p. m., inclusive; then 9.00, 9.40, 10.20, 11.00,
11.40 p. m.. 13.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boat*
Saturdays and Suaday* only 8.40 p. ■.. 8.20, 10.00
10.40 aad 11.20 p. m.
To Oakland, rtb end Broadway. ZtA Oakland. Frultval*
and Melrots—From 8.00 a. *«., and evety
- twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m.. iachtaiv*. then 9.00
■ 8.40. 10.20. 11.00, 11.40 p. m.. 13.20 and 1.20 a. a.
Additional boats Saturday and Sunday oaly. 8.40 p. »..
9^0.10.00,10.40 aod JO p. m.
To Oakland First St, Fruttvate. Afimedt via Hemthe*
—Daily—From M.OO, 8.20 a. m., and every twenty
minutes until 8.20 a, m., inclusive; then 9.00. 9.20,'
10.00,10.20.11.00,11.20 a. m.. 12 m., 12.20.1.00.1.20.
2.00, 2.20. 3.00, 3.20, 13.40 p. m and every twenty
minute* until 7 a. a, inclusive: then 7.40, 8.20. 9.00,
* 9.40.10.20,11.00. and 11.40 p. m., 12.20 aad 1.20 a. m.
Additional train to Oakland (First SO, 2.15 a. m.
T* Bteftehun».-DaSly Except Suadar-8.00. 7.00, 8.80.
9.00 a. m., 2.30, 3.00, 4.00. 6.00. 5.40 p. m. Sunday
only 9.00. 10.00 a. m.. 1.00, 2.00. 3.00, 4.00. 00,
.;,' 5.40 p.m. .
Te West BtrkalayFreffl *6.00 a. at, 16.-0. +8.40, +7.00,
•7.20. +7.40. •8.00, +8.20. J8.40. W.OO. 19.20, •10.00.
110.40, +11.00. J11.20, 111.48 a. m.. »IJ.OO N.. J12.20.
113.40, •1.00. t1.20. t1.40. »2.00, t2.20. 12.40, '3.00.
{3.20, J3.40, *4.00 p. m., and every twenty alnu+e*
until 7.00 p. in., inclusive: then *8.00 p.«m, •S.OO.
00.40, JlO.OO, b10.20,*11.00,*11.40 p.m. asd*U2o aja.
T* Certn-Frem •8.00 a. m.. 16.40,17.00,17.20.17.40.
+8.00, +8.20. +9.00. •10.00. 11040." 111.00. JIL2O.
111.40 a. m., •12.00 N, 512.-0. 112.4t »1.00. 11.20.
11.40. 12.20, 1240, »3.00, 1120,1140, »400.
•4.20, •4.40, •5.00. »6JO, *i.W. *6.20. •8.00, |».00
and §10.00 p. m. ;^*MgllßgHilHßnna
Te VhjarH Stefa, Pußingn, Richmond-COO a, el, 8.40
p. m.. 6.20 p. m.
a for Merafaig. *T)afly * far AAtfaooa.
aSunday aad Monday eafar.
♦ Suaday excepted. ) Sunday eery.
k Daily except Sat and Sua. cMonday oaly.
JSaturday Suaday only.
i ii- '.
/^£^ , Schedule Effective
(*SPft June 4, 1911
y&JL&J' UNION ferry; DEPOT ij
y*Q£TJJr' Saw Francisco
l.eavel VIA SAUSALITO |Axrl"
J6:45a Petaloms. Santa Rosa. •Healds
iv burg, •Cloverdale. GuerneTill*. ■ •''
Duncan Mill*. Caaadero af!__9
T:18a Sonoma. Glen Ellen . «=«•*
1:43 a Petaluma. Santa Boea, Healds- ' -
burg, Ooverdale, Uklah. Wll- _*_
lit*, Sherwood. ••Bebaatopol... • J«»
8:18* Pt R:ves. Monte Bio. Caaadero.. t-J*p
5 8:46 a Petaluma. . Saata Rosa, : Guerne- -
I vtlle. Monte Rio. Duncan Mllla.
Caaadero (leave* from Duncan ■' ■
Mill*) T:**"
t»:18a Pt. Reye* !J:S5*
19:18 a Boaema. Glen Ellen .' **:"!»
10:48 a Petaluma. Santa R0aa...... *.»*
Xt-Mp Pt.- Reyes. Camp Meeker, Daacea ... ■
Mills, Caaadero ". I 10:8»»
12:45p Petaluma. Santa Rosa. Guera*
vllle. Duncan Mill* ......
. 8:15p Petaluma, Saata . Reaa. - Healde- ;■ . -
burg, Cloverdale, Uklah. Guerne- •
ville, Monte Rio. Duncan Mills.
» Bebaatopol (to • Caaadero Satur
day and Sunday) - 11:06 a
4:4Sp Sonoma. Glen Ellen • ..;.... t _:0»*
6:l»p Petaluma. Santa Roaa ,".". A- •:»*
B.43p'Pt. Reyea (leave* 7:15 p. m. Sua- --„--
( days) ...,,.;-.......... 8:05*
* ELECTRIC SUBURBAN ViA SAUSALITO
Sausallto, Mill Valley,' Saa Rafael—Dally every
80 minutes from 6:45 a. m. until 9.48 a. m.;
hourly until 2.45 p. m.. then 3:15 p. m. and every
80 minute* until 7:15 p. m,. then 9:15. 10:48
p. m. sad 12:15 a. m. (On Sunday la addltloa—
Every 80 minute* from 9:45 a. m. to 3:18 *. **..
excepting 2:13 p. m)-r
- Fairfax— t«:<s. 7:IS. T:4S. 8:13. 8:43.
9:13. 8:45. 110:18. 10:43. 111:15, 11:45 a. m.;
tlt:ls. 12:45. 11:15. 1:45. 2:43. 8:18. 8:43, 4:15.
4:48. 1:15. 8:45. 6:15, 6:45, 17:15, 7:45, »43,
||10:45 p. m.; 112:15 a. m.
Sao Quaatia via Saa Rafael—Leave • IS a. m..
1:45 p. m. ■ • . ■».-""-",
Tiburon and Bel vedeie—Dally every hear "free*
6:45 a. m. until 1:45 p. m. (except on Sundays,
7:45, 8:45. 9:46, 10:45 a, m. boat* da not (top at
Belvedere, but extra connections made at Ssusa-
Ilto oa Sunday* only for Belvedere with boat*
teavlag; Baa ■ Francisco at 8:15. 0:15 and 10:13
a. m.): then 8:13 p. m. and every hour until 6:13.
1 then 7:45. 9:13. 10.43 p. re and 12:13 a. m.
', •Sunday arrives 7:06 p. m. "Arrives 7:88
p. m. dally. tExeept' Sunday. {Sunday only,
{Saturday only. iMoaday only. ifBaturday and
Bandar enly. - ni'*nii*aw*<ss^|
te* Pacific Transfer Company's ageat* are anther-
Jaad to check baggage direct from residence.
_BAT AND INTEttUnBANJIOPTBS
|_T?eiaa^rWariyalleJo,«uU;3ta3
Boata leave 7:00, 9:45 a. in,,12:30. 8:20.
0:00. K3O p. m. Meal* ata Carte. - >
Dock and off toe. Norm Ind Ferry Baildlai
JMMIIJEoanf 400; «om« c.4?ovlT
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