OCR Interpretation


The San Francisco call. [volume] (San Francisco [Calif.]) 1895-1913, August 28, 1911, Image 11

Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside; Riverside, CA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85066387/1911-08-28/ed-1/seq-11/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 11

UNION S.S. CO. TO
BUILD NEW SHIP
Contract for 10,000 Ton Steamer
for Canadian Ports' Trade
Is Let to Browns
HE Union Steam
ship company, oper
ating between this
coast and New Zea
land ports, has just
let a contract for a
10.000 ton steamer,
which will trade
with Canadian
ports. The Browns
on the Clyde have
the contract and
will build a thor
oughly modern ship
with a large
freighting capacity
and accommoda
tions for 700 pas
sengers.
The Union Steam-
anip company's traffic out of this port
has been increasing so rapidly in the
2ut few years that the Maitai and
Aorangi are now inadequate to handle
the freight and passengers.
The New Zealand firm is therefore
planning to build two more large trans-
Pacific liners to take the place of the
little vessels which have become so
familiar in this port.
Lumber S<hoonen Race
Two of the best known and fastest
schooners on the coast sailed from Ta
coma Saturday for San Pedro with
*^ "ge shipments of lumber, and local
shipping men are looking forward to
the finish of a keenly contested race.
The E. K. Wood, Captain Han/en, and
the C. L. Smith. Captain Carlson, are
familiar to every mariner on account
of the coastwise records they have
made. Both were built in Port Blakely,
the birthplace of the fastest wind
jammers on the Pacific, and they fre
quently have the same run. They
carry about 700,000 feet of lumber on
this voyage, and since a race is on they
are expected to make steamer time
down t*c ooast. All the skippers out
or this port yesterday were looking for
ward expectantly to sighting the speedy
schooners on tneir coastwise runs.
Spokane Out of Drjdock
The Pacific coast steamer Spokane,
which v. as beached in Plumper bay a
few months ago, is just out of the
Seattle drydocKS and is undergoing
interior repairs. The salvage work on
this steamer was done in record time
Thirty days after the accident, which
resulted in a large hole in the ship's
side, the Spokane had been floated,
patched and brought to Seattle under
its own steam. fifteen new plates
were put in and the major part of the
repairs to the machinery and furnish
ings damaged by salt water will be
completed long before the steamer is
scheduled to resume the Alaska ex
cursion run. The total cost of salvage
and overhauling wm not greatly ex
ceed $2'J,000.
Bannockbarn> Cargo Damaged
Since, the work of unloading the
cargo of the British steamer Bannock
burn, Captain Dent, began a few days
ago it has been discovered that a large
part of the cargo, consisting chiefly of
steel rod*, was damaged, by unloading
and reloading in London and many
shipping men are dubious about the
value of the shipment in its present
condition. ,
; ■ The; Bannockburn, from Antwerp for
this port, was beached at Dover, March
3, after a 'collision with the British
steamer James Westoll. A few :: day«
later it was floated and towed to Lon
don, where the entire cargo was taken
fiom the hold and the damage repaired.
v this process the steel rods were
*oent and twisted and thrown back into
the hold .in a tangled mass.- The
steamer arrived here August 19 and
recently began unloading the 4.000 tons
of rods consigned, to Parrott & Co. ■';*
It is- said that It will cost more to
straighten the rods . for the purpose
for which they are intended than the
entire shipment is worth.
Tug Pedro Breaks Down ?
While on a fishing cruise yesterday
morning-, th« fishing tug- Pedro broke
down off Point Reyes and the engineers
were unable to repair the broken ta'l
shaft. The tug: Farragut, belonging to
the same company, the Western Fish-
Ing' company, discovered " th# Pedro's
plight and went to its assistance at
. a. m. -The Pedro came into port* in
tow of the Farragut at 10:30 a. m. yes
terday.' ; •>->::;■.- is.': -,.-//-;,■ - - .--:
. \ Water Front >*ote«
The Pacific Mail liner Persia Captain
Lockett, reported 2,648 miles from this
port at 8 o'clock Saturday night. .•>
v The Pacific coast steamer Queen,
•which arrived here yesterday morning
sighted the bark S. C. Allen, bound
from Honolulu for Fort Bragg. -, off
Point Reyes in the early morning. ?
The Standard Oil company's tanker
Niagara sailed yesterday with a full
cargo of oil for Mogi.
The steamer President. Captain
Thomas, of - the Pacific Coast company,
came, -yesterday afternoon from Seat
tle with v a large cargo of freight and
a full passenger list. .•' . . ',
The tug Relief, ■ formerly a red stack,
now owned in Eureka, arrived here
yesterday in ballast. -
r NEW DRYDOOX I» USE
{Special Dispatch to The Call]
'-. SAX PEDRO, Aug. 27.— The, Craig Shipbuild
ingl'l company's new floating" drydock. the : only !
one' In this vicinity, was. placed in nae * this I
morning when -the - United States-dredger San
Pedro was taken aboard the. pontoons to be re
•> paired. • " ■:• / ■ - -. ■/ .-;■-> .
Th» floating dock measures 304 feet in length
oTer all, 100 feet la: width : over all and, 11 feet
in height. th« wings rialng 28 feet higher. ■
-. *► Th* - drrdork's construction : required i the* ose
of 2,250.000 feet of lumber. The. pontoons will
lift a dead -weight of 3.300 ton*. The pontoon
rt »which • there- «re- fire- nowi completed, while
-fe» more will be added later, contain two
-ajlraps each. ; . .■. . ' . s .
'* By United Wfreieaiaj
'.*",,: -.V,'i.-i->.>',V~: Sunday. August 27.
BR STEAMER PERSIA, from Yokohama.for San
FranciscoAos, 26, S. p. m., , 2,461 . miles- off
' San •Francisco. -, . ■ » ". -i
STEAMER MONGOLIA; hence Aug 22 for China
* and - Japan, Tia ; Honolulu—Ang ■ 26, 8 p. i m.,
' '; 1,543 'mile* off San Francisco; all well.•
% BR STEAMER AORANOI, hence Aug f23 for
, Wellintrton. ■ K. . Z.—Aug, 26, 8 p. m., 1,050
miles off San;Francisco;;all we 11.;.,
STEAMER BAHTA MARIA, from Port San Lais
- for Honolulu— Ann 20. 8 p. m..-1,023 miles off
• Port San - Lais; strong northwest i wind;: rough
;:-v**-:*~s :}';:\':i~. '■'"'-.■' '■ "-.■■■''■''■' ''"•"
STEAMER i PRESIDENT, ' from Seattle for San
Francisco—Expect to arrive tat • 2:45 ,p. m..
■weather-permitting. Ang 27. 2:30 a. bj.. met
«tmr ' Gorernor. from San Francisco Ang 26
for Seattle. ; . v- -.. ■._ ;
STEAMER " LEELAKAW, ": from San Francisco
Ang 26 for Balboa—Ang 27. 8 a. , m.. latitude
34 deg .83 imm l north. - longitude '",. 122 • n>g IM
« mis west: no wind; calm; overcast; barometer;
30.19: temperature. 58. ■ -
STEAMER YOSEMITE, from San Francisco Aog
26 i for Portland—Ang * 27. 12:30, p.> m., '«Cape
• Mendocino abeam; calm; light northwest swell;
clear.
Army Transport* '
■ j'be Cre«U is In port. ,; -. .-•.. : :■.'■,•." ■■ : -..
The Boford in In port. —
The Logan ia In port.-• ? . .
■ The Sheridan "sailed Angost 5 for Manila. -
Toe Sherman sailed August: 15 1 from . Manila. X
The Thomas: is at * Mare island. '» r ■
Tbe Warren is at Manila. -
—— ■ ■ .-.
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
Pier 3...- •Washiairto»lPl*r 1 !17..*.....:.Union?r
,.i #r ;».....--' Jaek*on fPl<»r IB..'.'.;.: Union 2
Pipr "7.......i.,Paciac)n*r 2l:..r.-.;.., Fi!h<»rt
Pi»r 9 ...Broadway P1^r«25;*..V.Greenw5ch*l
P<«r 11 , ...Broedw«r 2lP)er -25.*: Greenwich 2
• Pier 13. •..-.. Vallejo Pier 27........ Lombard
Pi.r 15... :. .....Green PJw 51 ......... PoweH
-" fSOI'TH OF MARKET STREET
•*. >r » 2 « .... .Mission llPier 24 :.:.;.;...*. Spear
{>'/- 4 ■..•'...Mi»sion 2'rier 2S.-t:r.......;.
Pi-« o" .. '. • Howard 1] Der;' 34 .:.T.V;; * Beale
Pier 8.:..:., Howard :2iPIer 38.:...;.. Fremont
Pier 10..;. ..I Howard «PI« 38........;.. | First
PiPr'l2..V.:r:Foli«on).*l 40]
P « 14 .... Fol«»m > 2 Pier 42 } P. M. S. S. Co.
pU.lft.. i ....iH*rri*>n Pier 44 J ; ..,.,- - . .
Wer 20 ....... Steuart Pier: 54 .;.. ....,: Fourth
Movements of Vessels in All Parts of the World
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE
From
i
Steamer
| Pate
Seattle & TacomH .... ; Buckman J■: '.'• .. Aug. H
Portland & Astoria .... i Klamath .... • 'Auk. »8
Los-Angeles........... Kainier ...... Auk. 28
3rars Harbor.;.... ...*. torouado ..... Aug. 28
Coqutlle • Kiver ...:... Kifield -:... .. V. . Aug. -S
Los Anceles........... Chehalls . -. T.> Aug. 2S
Grays Harbor ........ ISanta Monic*.. Aug. 28
Los Angeles'......:... iK««e City. .Ml Aug. ; 28
Portla-id v & Astoria .:.. I Bearer :.'. .T.. (Ante. <j .8
Mexican Ports........ iCuracao -••••■ Aug. -S
i\'lll(ip« Harbor ........ Daisy r ........ Au)?. ,-S
San Diego & Way rorts;S!«te of Cal:.. Anjr. *«
ten DieKo -* Los Ang. Vale .,::....-:• Auk. -*
Humboldt: ::...... Santa Clara :..: Aug. 2S
Humboldt -..........'.. City of Topeka. Ang. 20
Hoaoluln Sierra _..%..... |A*jr. 29
Hniaboldt . ... Vangtiard M..:. AuR.-3n
Los^Aiifeles. - • - «• Harvard ., .... Aur. M
StTCnB via S. TtieRO. iN'ebrasksn ...; Aujr. ,TO
New York Tia Balboa.. Aeapulco /..*.. Auc. •>"
PorUand & A?Toris...."-aloon ....... Aug. 30
New York via .Balboa. . Navajo ..'..... Aug. - SO
LoaAnpeles....,.'...:. Hanalei _'...: Aug. 31
Point Arena & Albion.. Porno ...... i Aug. . 31
Seattle & Tacoma .... WaUon :. Aug. . 31
San Plego & San,Pedro Roanoke ..:... ;Au«r. 31
San Diepro'& rx>« A ii*. Harvard -.... .*. 'Sept. 1
Puget Sound PortB.:,.. ICity of PnebU.l?ept. y 1
San Dletro ft War Ports' President :..:. Sept. 1
San-Pedro * Way Ports C«»a Bay .... Sept. • 1
r^* An;eles....". ... Yale "... ,..•-. :Sept. 1
Portland Astoria.... Bear .V.... r... Sept.; 2
Portland & Astoria.... 0. W. Elder. . .Sept.;- 2
Hongkong nakotan ... :^- |ept v 2
Los Aageles.*.......... Bearer ....... [Sept., 2
[-OS
TO SAIL
Date |
Steamer
! Destination Sails IPier
Aug. 2S!Coronado ..... H^s Angeles. 1pm
Aug. Klamath ..... Los Angeles: 1 2 pm
Ang. 28 Redondo ...... Coos : Bay..". 4 ptn
Aug. 2S!Ctaehalis : ;.... Grays Harbr 2
Aug. 2RiSanta Monica;. Grays'Harbr .l*pn>
Ang. 28 Santa Barbara: Willapa £ Har 11 am
Aug. 2S President- .... San Diego... 2 pm
Ang. 28 Yale ...:■....: I/* Angeles. _ 4 pin
Aug. 20 City of Sydney Balboa ..... 12 v ; m
Aug. 29 Rose City... V. Portland . ... 12 -? m
Aug. 29 Queen '......'. SPuRet T Sound 2 rpm
Auc 29 BoTerie .:.... Sydney,....- 12 m
Aug.-vso Vangmafd .:.. Los,Anreles. ....
ttag. 30 Santa-Clara:.. Hnmboldt-T. 10 am
Aug. 30 ! Sea Team..... Mendoelno ..4 pm
An«r- 3f» Harrard .. .<... San Diego... 4 pm
Auj:. 30}America Maru. Honjtkong .. 1 pmj
Aujt. 30|WUta<>lniina ... Honolulu ... 12/-n
Auk. 30 Buckman ..:.; Puyet Sound 3 pm
An?. 3ft Hyades . . Honolula .. 12 m
Aag. "OiBeaver ;...... ! Los; Angeles. 11 am
Aug. 30 Bee ......... Pnsret Sound 1 5 ptni
Aug. 31 Fifleld ::..:... Coqullle RIt.j 5 pm
Aug. 31 City of Topek* Hnmboldt-..111 am
Aug. • 31 City of; Para.. Balboa . 12 in
Aug. 'Washington ..'Portland ...5pm
Aug. 31 'Daisy ........ Willapa Har .....
Ans."31 Rtate'of Cal.. San I>l«go...;il «m;
Sept. ; 1 'Raialel ...... Los Angeles. 3 pm ;
Sept. : 1 1 Yale , San Diego... 4 pm
Sept. 'URoanoke ...... Portland ... in am
Sept. 1 Tampico ...... Balboa ..... 12,-m
Sept. 2 Sierra ... :r.. Honolulu V.. 11 am
Sept. 2 Q. w. Elder,.lSan Diego... .7 pm
Sept. 2 President -...Puget . Sound 2 p»
Sept. ? 2 ! Watson ...... Ptiget Sound 3 pm
Sept 2 North Fork.. ..iHumboldt ..I 1 pm
Sept. ■ 2 Phoenix .. IHumboldt ..] 1 pm
Sept. ; 21 Harvard... 'X .. ILoa'AEgelea. 4 pm
21
ffitl
19
. << •
51
51
* 9 .;
.- 7:
14
40
9 :
to"
13
~8
7
! 31
3S
I s? -•
38
I 40
38
:19
1 11
42
27'
*:*9;
10
■ 7 -
\i
13
3«-
21
1 13
9
3.4
I 19
I ' 7:
TO PA IT, FROM SEATTLE
D«>st1natlon
I
Steamer
Sfcaeway & Wav Ports. City of Seattle. An*. 28
Nome ft. Michael... Victoria ....:. Auz. 23
Nome* St.' Michael;:. Eureka ..;..•'• Sept. .1
Skajrway & Way Ports. Humboldt ..... Sept. 2
Skairway * Way Ports. ! Ramona :.....- bept. 8
V*M« & Seward...*:.. Ad. Sampson... Sept. 5
Nome & St.- Mkhael...jLnckenbach..... Sept.- 8
.Nome & St. Michael. . . 'Senator .:...:. Sept:'10
Son, Moon and Tide
United Suites coast - and geodetic survey—Tim«
and beifrhtu of, tides at Fort; Point. 1* For city
front t Mission street ' wharf) add 25 minutes.
' MONDAY. AUGUST 28,
Sun rises.-. i. .-.•-• • ;5.3«
Son, 1 sets. ■••• 6-45
Moon i<ets..:..........V....:...:.... O-OSp.'m.
First quarter: moon.... Auirnst 31. at 8:12 a. m.
Foil moon.... ... -Septwnber 8. »t 7:41 a. m.
I>ast quarter, moon. ...September 15.'at 9:42 a. m.
'Time; Time! - JTime! 'Time!
I __] Ft - i Ft ! ! Ft;) -— 1
IH W (L W| in W L - Wi
Ft
28... 2:2" Cftl f»OT' 1.7 2:32
29..! 3:2S: 4.2' 8:4.1 2.2 3:07"
30.. 4:55 3.R( 9:27j 2.7! 3:471
31..! 5:34' 3.7110:151 3.21 4:28;
Sep'L W iH W| 'L XT'
1..' 0:02 0.9 7:57: l«U1»
2..' 1:<M 0.7 9:00! 4.l!l2:36'
3. ! X:»! 0.5! 9:43! 4.4; l:8l|
5.2 8:51 1.4
5.2 9:30 : 1.3
5.1 10:55 1.1
4.9 \... .....
H W1
3.6 ! 5:22 4«!
3.8 6:23 4.8
,: 3.7^7:23 4.9
V. S. Branch Hydroirrapblo Office
A branch of the United States bydrographic
office.: located In the Merchants' Exchange. is
maintained In Ran Francisco' for the benefit <of
mariner*, without regard to nationality and .free
of expanse. Navigators are cordially invited to
Tislt the office, where a complete »et; of: charts
and sailing 4 direct of the world are . kept ■at
hand for comparison.and reference and the latest
information can always; be 'obtained-iregarding
lights; danger* to navigation and matters of In
terest to -ocean commerce. „'■'•* iV'ii
B. G. : BARTHALOW.
Lieutenant. V. iS. X.. ;In charge.
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
Peptb at mean low water, entrance to harbor.
PLACE i Ft. ! Dai
!
Remark*
Grays Har 18". 1 July H:■. ... .:.v..;.....;....
Wlllapa Br2»~|July_ 1 l..........v;.w........
Colam. • R. |"23 ■ [May 271..................... •.
Nehalm R| 6 !Mar. 28!Channel Vi mile, Booth
;j . { ( of bcoy: 200 ft.Vide.'
Tlllmk B7i 10 [June ■ liChannei ttralght EHN-
1!
1,
so. ulna
[ar. 14
I
,. S. 4. W.
Siuslaw R >7^|July 11 ■ ■... ■...... ■ -
rmpqua R! 11 VjiJuly , 31.............. ;....
Coo« B«.y. l_l*_ jJuly-ll..^. ..:. .;.....vr.
Coqolll* R! * S^IJnly - 1 Channel well to south.
Kl«mth~R' ~5 " Uone _ 2j...: ■.:....... .v..:..;..
Rojfue : Ri'l ■ •* Juno 1 iChannel s ghifted : Mlght-
{ | . | ly-nonth. »v>; :- -
11
...
.-...-■ I -- I- 16 feet In straight chan-
Hmbldt'Blie-1* May 1 npl;,lR feet in north
I I •, '„ channel, narrow 'and
:: „ ■■'■■. *• j > ■ |^_ I crooked. -"■**•»'
S Pedro Bl 2~f_J May 311No change in channel.
8 DlegoBl 27^?|Mar. 1 IXo change In - cbanneir
S Pablo B|"23V4!N°^- 3OjDepth it) , dredged rhan-
:.!■';• ■'{.]: \ ->nel. v
Alseya: R.! !July ■; 2iChanneI .trell; to south
■ :' ;- .■■■*■ !-.;'-.;':-l'' .-' . I and j narrow. '.;; \<:
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
[Special Dispatch to The Cell]
EUREKA, Aug. 27.—Tbe steamer City of To
peka arrived this morning from San Francisco
with freight, nail and passengers.
The steamer Vanguard arrived this morning
from San Francisco with freight and passengers.
The Vanguard will load lumber at Fields Land
in«r wharf for the return trip to San FVancJsco.
The steamer North Fork arrived this afternoon
from San Francisco with a miscellaneous freight
cargo. It will load lumber at the Arcata
wharf.
Thr steamer Santa Clara'sailed today for San
Francisco with freight, mall and passenger*.
The steamer J. J. I.oggjp sailed thia afternoon
with a cargo of redwood lumber for San Fran
cisco.
PORTLAKD. Aug. 27.—The steamer Bear ar
rived from San Francisco late Saturday niphf
with a full list of passengers and a. general
cargo of freight. It reoorts a smooth voyage
«p. with th* 1 exception of a stiff blow encoun
tered, off Cape Blanco. It also encountered
\ ATLANTIC OCEAX .TRAVEL _ ... ,
*» CRUISES DE LUXE REGULAR SERVICES
Around the lohdon-paris-hamburg
' ; *'---i: ; v • - -.•'• iv- ■: jj »PHB!i. GRAXT .sept,^rip:^
' lAf I*l Cf (I,EVELA\D .....Sept. 9,11 A.M.
■ - - - If VI tAMERIKA -. Sept. 12, 11 A.M.
■•■ ■_^__6i«-. an Ocean 1,I«—-—" ; BIA'ECHER Sept. 18, 2 A.M.
V TWO GRAND CRUISES—' tUneseelled Ritz-Carlton a la Carte Re*
- 1V- V '■-- —-?. ' — \7L^', -tf tturant..; Gymoarfum. Electric | Batha. Ele
*- b? "JSZt L'iK? : n*7 *r*ns*tUatl StBD? IS > ' vltor< Palnl ? Garden. 5 Second' Cabin« only. . ■ 4
/|g'JjT- rro m San Fr.nci.co oa T.^rj V'^iH^^gi^^gaggag
.ercniand Jlncludlng 1 all * necessary! 110 Day* > s '«*HAMBIIHG <?f>T»t *«L 1' P-M*
fOW up expanse* aboard A ashore, jihmtin *2* «" MorrKp P rw ti
ANNUAL EVE»T -Around the World ?• s^lN^^^i^^^^^d
rrnißW." wtil be repeated in Octolw. Wl*. *»• s- CINCINNATI Oct. 26
ami February, 1»1«, by the large Cruising - NOT call at Airier*
Steamship Victoria .;. :„ ;jy, :^ v «i<wrl»t|D^pt%forj,Tr)pßVKT»rywh»re. " •»
I; .'i'ouri to Wml Indies, .Spanish St«lu. Panama Canal, li to 35 DAYS, I
»70 to »125 . , < .vtag|j
*~\\,. !--:. ' *■ .' Write for Booklets of All Crolite* ',*,*; > ■ "■ -;. .
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 2946
THE SAN FRANCISCO, CALL, MONDAY. AUGUST 28, 1911.
a heavy - fog j coming up from • the ; mouth-of the
Columbia river; . ,: ~ i'♦
The s steamer i Nottingham < was towed i from', As
toria *to Westport ": today to begin loading , lumber
for :the west coast, after having",discharged» Its
cargo of Australian coal. -•:; •', ' _i". *?-?
: Having finished 3 loading : lumber ; at St. • Helens
Saturday," the - Norwegian steamer Henrik Ibsen
t was;. towed <to l*ng f point • this morning to com
plete its cargo of, lumber. ' . •-.-.' "•„.'■*
* Carrying ' freight and passengers r the steamer
Alliance ■ left ■ this: morning for Coos i Bay. . .
:■'- The French : bark| Ernest '■ Legouve. which * ar
rived c Friday and is discharging coal at; the Pa
cific Coast "company's « hunkers, will go ion - the
drydockl for < cleaning and : painting before.taking
on its outward cargo of. wheat from th« Portland
flouring-mills. • ': .-.:-;vi;'-V ;"> l:'V-'>.:,"/'--'•"'-.- i '[ '■'•'• ''--.
'-: The American-Hawaiian - steamer VFalcon■? left
for' San r Francisco: late % ton! \ with 'a; cargo of
wool, salmon and canned fruit.-i*: . ,
i SAN: PEDRO. Auj. 27.— A • telegram ; received
today* by.; the -. S.-n >Pedro •; Lumber.?company «'re-;
ports f the ; schooner Ludlow ": sailing ?, from . South
Bend, 1 carry Ing >fIOO, 000-feet'of plumber. .. ;.;
'&■ The ? steamer * General ? Hubbard completed - the
discharge of 1.400.000 feet of .lumber, for the Na
tional s Lumber company ; and 5 cleared. for. the ■■ Co- j
lumbla '-. river to I load a.: return ?, cargo *■. for :' the
; same; company. ' -:...---. >>..-"V . ". ' :, -• T%
-?.-■ The stesmeri- Tahoe I will complete the : dis
cbarge ' of: 775.000 feet'- of « lumber for .the South
ern i California " Lumber - company =■ and * will 1, clear
Monday,; for Port San Luis to load cargo ." of
asphalt; for Portland.: ■. / _ —-I;
>- - The s steamers ■• Grays •:■ Harbor and ■ Marshneld
will - complete the ; discharge of „ partial cargoes
of lumber ;at ■ this ' port - and :•" are V scheduled to
clear tomorrow - for ; Redondo ; Beach with the, re
mainder. The i former will i reload <' at •• Aberdeen
and the latter at : Hardy Creek. -; •» . „-• .
s After i discharging i 250.000 fe«t -of j lumber, for
wholesalers at Redondo Beach. .: the . j steamer
Helene ; arrived r today * from i Aberdeen i and * will
discharge 500.000 feet for the ; San Pedro Lum
ber company:, .. ; _*
*-: The' steamer Caspar ■ returned' today . from , San
Diego, carrying .1 partial: cargo" of * 480,000 feet
of . lumber for the Consolidated Lumber company
atr: Wilmington: /*-> " - O, ,
'- ASTORIA. i Aug. 27.—The motor « schooner
Anvil :.; arrived ; today i from coast' points i with • a
! general cargo and left up the river for; Portland.
The oil tanker: Herrin, t with;oil" barge ' No. e9l
in tow. arrived - today . from San i Francisco with
a cargo of fuel"oil and left up* the river' for
Portland to discharge.; . . "« .. „ , ;
The .steamer * Melville Dollar.; sailed i today with
a. cargo of lumber: for I the Orient/ =- " ■ » _
The i steamer ■ Johan ",; Poulsen j sailed ■ today with
a cargo •' of lumber ' for San. Francisco. '. ' ,'• ;- *-i
,- The ' steamer Alliance i, sailed today i for ' Coos
Bay.with freight and passengers. ,:? v.f
- The steamer Claremont sailed today .for San
Francisco I with fa ■ cargo of ; lumber.
SEATTLE. ' Aug.' 27.—Arrived—Steamer = Prince
Rupert,' ■ Prinze' Rupert;: steamer i Delhi, Tacoma;
United State*, cruisers West Virginia and. Colo
rado. Bremerton. - ; ; -
Sailed — Steamer • Santa Rita.' San : Francisco;
steamer Northland. ;Ketchikan; steamer Prince.
Rupert, Prince Rupert.
TACOXA. Aufc. 27.—Arrived—Steamer Wat
son. fr<Hn ;■ San Francisco; 'steamer City of ' Pu
ebla. '-. from San; Francisco. -:•'. ;,
i Departed—Steamer- Delhi, from - Seattle; Nor
wegian 1 steamer HorDellen. for Australia.
Weather Report
United States department of agriculture—
Weather bureau. San Francisco. August 2". 1911.
RAINFALL DATA
STATIONS
S'S- » «3 i S«»
: **
Eureka .:........... I 0.00 I 0.07 I 0.17 I 0.00
Red % Bluff...'. ! 0.00 I 0.00 I 0.00 1 0.00 ;
Sacramento :........ j 0.00 1 0.00 0.00 I 0.00:
Mt. Tamalpals ;.'..: I 0.00 10.02 j 0.01 ! 0.00
San Francisco i 0.001 Traeej 0.01; j Trace
Ran Joee........,;.. I 0,00 ) 0.00 ; 0:03 ! O.OO .^
Fresno \.'::'.. ...;/...( 0.00 i Trace 0.00 | Trace
Independence ...:. ..I 0.00 ! 0.10 :0.00 I 0.27;
fan OM«ro....( 0.00 ! Trace 0.03 0.00
Los "Angeles........I 0.00 ! Trace -.0.00 ! 0.04
San" Diego.'.....'.;...}' 0.00 1 0.12 ! 0.00 | 0.01
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the folio-wing table the maximum ard mini
mum temperature* and rainfall are glv#n:
STATIONS
HI?
5 8 S
I" I
■ : : ? s; .?.■
. I" i
? r :
f
I STATIONS
. III .1-
» is 1
' 1 i 8-
■ s. -' * ■-
[?1: :
Bakeri ..... ... 421 '.00 Red Bluff...! »0i58l .00
Boise ...... 84 50 .00 : Reno r.. 8$|54 .00
I>ruMoot^.. 70 60 .00|Bo(iPh«rg .. 88 52 .00
Eureka ....' 56 50 ; .00! Sacramento . 80 521 .00
Flagstaff ..! '70 44 .24 Palt I.nkP... SO 5RU.00
Frerao ;>;."..: ! 02158! .00 San Diego.". ' 70 621 * .00
Helen* .... '• 68 40 .00 S.« Francisco 62 54 i.00
Honolulu - .'. 82174 .00 San Jose.... .76 521 .00
Indepcnd'ce ; I 0054! .00 S./ I.. ObUpo , 68 52 .00
Kalispell 5:.. ,70 40 v.00 SE. Faralloo 56 Ml .00
LostAngeiRS 7«|S»I .00 Spokane ... 821481 .00
Modena *.:. 84621 .16 Summit .... 78143 .00
MtLTa'alpaii. 72 4fil .00 Tacoma,:V-.j 82154 .00
North* Heart. 56J52 !.00 Tatoo»h ...i *56l5O .00
Phoenix::.... S>2!66 .6« Tonopah 1 ... 841621 *.00
Pocatello- .'. 80 42 .00 W. Walla..1 " 88! 561 .no
Pt-.Beyes;Lt 54 52 .00 Win'mncca |J)0 50 koo
iPortland ..] 8S|60 .00 Vnnn; 1O4l76| .00
EASTERN STATIONS
AbileneV*V. ;BSl74|f:oo Knoxvllle ..! 02|R8| .00
Atlantic r Cy.t 82(72! .031 I»ulsville ''* 8«!7O .00
Boston ..;.. ' 82'e2!.R2 Memphis ... M 174 M
Buffalo*-".'.".. I 841*54! .38 | Montgomery ! 94174 1 .00
Charleston. R01T2i2.161! Montreal ... .80!:. j .00
Chicago .'.". 84 Bfil .00 Moorhead .. 64 44 .03
Denver .... ! 64152| .00 N. Orleans.. ©0 72 .96
He* Molnes.l 721«4i .02 New York.. 72 68 1.00
Ports* City.l ?4!fi2L'.OO N. Platte... '.70 48 f.OO
DoluuT- "....I 60j50|r.rV4 Oklahoma,:. 82 74 .00
Durango". '65'52r.24 Pittsbnrg ~' .. B*»'7oi .01
Eastnort ..I 60IMI .00 Roswell >■*??. 581621 .00
Galveston ..I !80i .oo; St. Louis...! 82|«6 .00
Green Bay.*. 80l«2 .00 St. Pau1....! <64|50 .Ofi
Hatteras ... Rfi so; .00 Tampa ;..;. ! 00176! .00
Havre ..... I 62132 «.04 i Toledo.*..:; j 84l«4! .66
Huron ivT;.. I 66140 .00 ' Washington I 00|72j-.02
Jacksonvlle ! : »074 .00 Winnipeg' ;:|-54|48|ni2
Kansas Cy..| 881RSI .00 i . ■ - -/,:. : - : '■■.■-"-
ALASKA AND ASIATIC STATIONS
Kagle ;';.T..|jfi«|2Rt;.OO Tananal ....I 60140! .00
Nome "" .' s*!4O| .o^jValdez . ...| eo!4«rTr.'
sitka^.';.:..! ; 60|5«! .Sfiii •■■'■ ?v?j : --:<:::.;: \-^^^^
SYNOPSIS OF'WKATHER CONDITIONS >.*
Fair -weather! prerails over the r Pacific ? coast,*
except in Arlw>na and southern Utah .'where thun
der storms Shave 'occurred.- Generally, cloudy and
unsettled weather, with 1 thunder s storms i% and
showers are • reported :from; the plains states " and
lower f. Mississippi 1 valley. A marked i> storm %is
central off. the Carolina coast, causing high winds
and heavy rains in ; that : section. JJ Cloudy weather
with < scatteringi showers , are jreporteds fromSth«
north Atlantic ■ states.':: An , area of I high pressure
is I moving 1 southeastward '• over the < plains; states,
causing ■ decidedly * cooler weather between ? c the
Rocky mountains ' and • Mississippi % river. V€ Condi
tion* are ' favorablei for ' fair;, weather in this J d!«
--trict Monday, except! fog along the! coast lin ; th«
morning. ': "-':■[ V- - forecast" &'" ■ ?V.'' ';. ■ m
FORECAST
■ i For the 30 hours ending, at ; midnight Monday.
For San \ 'Francisco and vicinity—Fair Monday,
except fog In the | morning: llrht northwest wind.
> For * the'?? Santa:: Clara valley -Fair Monday;
light northwest?wind. . .
V: : For the Sacramento valley—Fair Monday; light
so'ith wind. 3; ■!"-■■■",■.■ ■'.■■ ■■■ '■»'•>•■ t-~ ".'..' -■ f .■■ :'-''-
For the San Joaquin valley— Fair Monday; light
northwest wind. v- .; . _-. '■'■■ '. '■"• *>f;
- For California south of the Tehachnp!—
Monday; 1 light-i west: wind. *
■ '-■':-■;.;. .' ' G. H. '.WII^IySON.; Local: Forecaster. Z-
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED
Saturday. Augiift 26.
10 a. m.. C S torpedo boat destroyer Perry,
Symington, ''2' days from 1, Astoria. ;, ' : -i'
■?■ Hi > a.' ■ m.■; aI" S s torpedo j boat | destroyer j Golds
borough. • Cassidy. ;2 f days I from Astoria. . - .
'i*lo a. m., 0 torpedo boat?destroyer Farragut,
Kellar, 3 days from Astoria. ; - -
', - ,' *•.'»*•" ■': .•' ;*i Sunday, August 27.
; 6:so'p.:m.V stmr Bowdoin. Tibbltts, 26 (hours
from; Eureka; < 700 ;M5 ft ; lumber," 10 ' tons i butter
to W. G. ■ Tibbitfs. , ;■ " \*i ;""-',' -
-t.- p. m., yacht Nixie, Thorston, 8 days from
San Pedro.
'" 0:10 p. m.. stmr Prentlss, Iverson, 25 hours
from < Eureka ; >; 200 M , ft : lumber, 200 cords bark
to 5 Pacific ; Lumber company. ;■•;■>,-■•; ;: , . ;'-£
--• ', 12:20 p. m.. stmr Northland;',Bodge.'.sS hours
from -; Columbia ': river, " bound J south; put . in 3to
land passengers.: :«.-.■, ' .■/-•.. .■j'-'V .-.-;:,^-. • .
">'■■, 12:30 p. -i m.r stmr ; Brooklyn. Matson. 46 hours
from. Uedondo; Beach; 6 ballast lto < H.*\Templeman>
•-. 1:40 "p. i m., gtmr Alcatraz. Johannsen. 42
hours i from j Wilmington; • ballast' to .L..' E. White
lumber company. *->■■-* < - ,-- ■ V'"" »;\,
v 1:40 p. m.. tstmr •. Whitticr, Seaman." '■' ; hours
from ■ Port I San ■* La la; 'i oil ? to ; Union i Oil j company."
■- 4:40 a:- m.",'< stmr'Shoshone,»'Asplnnd;.'42 hours
from * San'; Pedro; ballast <to r Charles; R. . McCor
rulck & Co. : - .-'"--.'■■>.#".-■.■:'■. - : -:-',',
2:30 p. m.. stmr.President,". Thomas. 52VS hours
from Seattle;, pass' and mdse to Pacific : Coast
Steamship; company.' ." . *„*.' ,;;
:--"4 *p. i. m., stmr i, Santa., Barbara, Zaddart, '28
hours - from ".Santa* Barbara; ballast to ;J. R.
Hanify &:Co.^^,*-: "^'v ''■"'' ::'- •'■ ''""■-'■
'■'i 4:83 ''■ a. in.. stmr." Queen. Beh.*.' 69 hours \ from
Victoria; \ pass and ■ mdse ;to = Pacific; Coast Steam
ship company. ■. *,;" /-.'■-■*'. ;:.'i\.Y",-.'\ '■''':■:'/' .■•:;.:'";,> '
t * 7:05 ;a. r m., / stmr •" Sea'" Foam, Henrickson.'. 18
hours from Shelter Cove, via Mendocino 14 hours
and' Point Arena 11 hours; 1 pass and - mdse to
C. H. Biggins. ,-■ . ;- •-«/> ;- ■■i:^ ■■■:--■': '
«' 7:50 a. m.. sfmr'Centralia, 1 Ericsson. 35 hours
from San * Pedro; % ballast"; to Pollard ; Steamship
company. 1 i -'::.,-.-'7.-y »KVf- .■'■'?■■'.' - ..-<■'•■:■>'..::
:V- 9:30 sa. m..« tug . Relief. Caughell, , 17 " hours
from a Eureka I ballast < to: master. . ." .
».; 9:50 J a.• m.. stmr Newburg. Hagen. PS ' hours
from i; Grays Harbor; •- 500 M;ft •■ lumber '. to 18. E.
Slade': Lumber company. ->;..*- . : :
T-: 10:40 a.- m.. FtmriSvea.f Allen.; 40 hours from
San - Pedro; ballast *to * Wilson Bro»."' Co. ' ;;: r
•••:: 8:55"m." m.. .Br , »tmr. Boveric, Harper, .73; hours
from Tacoma; - put 1: in to i finish "■• loading. "'
.. .-, ■ SAILED .-/■' .-.' '-■"' •
"'.■•• ■ . ■■■'-'. Saturday,; August 26. .
-^— -p. m., Br stmr Stratbaven, Smith, Van
couver. ■■■:'■' - ■" ~-^.:- :,"'--''--'•.'■:■ ■ - .* :"-K*
;:::;;■ \ .; .Sunday, August 27. .-
R:10 p. m.. -utmr Carlos, r Peterson. t Astoria.
12 m.. Ger stmr Niagara. ;Schau. Moj^ '
1:40 p. m.. stmr M. F. Plant, Griffith, Settle
and Tacoma. - - ■ ■«
i 8:20 p.;ni., stmr Hanalel. Hamma, San Pedro.
3:20 p. m., stmr Centralia, „ Ericsson, .7 Grays
Harbor.%KKMoWv|iM9BWttPl|Vß(BSHfr^^!^^
, 2:20 p. m., schr " Glendale, Jansen, • Sluslaw
river. ■'..■• , ■ .." :■"■■'-'■; {--':- -•.:>*'■■'-* '•■-.•;-'
. 5:25 ■p. m.V, stmr Ravalli, Nelson, . Enrek*. '-■
(5:30 p. m stmr "Northland, Bodge,'; San
Pedro. '■-■■'■-'-,'::'■■ .-■■■"• :': '■•'■ '■•"_-■ *" ■•."■■■"" '■■;-!lV i/'-"
6:20 • p.: m.. stmr i Pomo.t Lilleland. Albion. r ,
- TELEGRAPHIC .r ,
; POINT LOBOS. - Aug 27. 10 p. m.—Weather,
thick; wind, southwest; velocity, 11 miles per
hour. : ■ ' ■ ■ -■■ •■- '- -"-.•- ■ ,'/;
" r s DOMESTIC 1 PORTS —•". ,
'-' MUKILTEO—Arrived ' Aug » —Stmr Charles
Nelson, from ■ Tacoma; Ger stmr Abesslnia,, from
Belllngham. ' ■ ■'■■ ",~ :'^:A"-"':.'"-' ■ -■"< '-'■■ '■■
' COOS , BAY—Sailed - Aug i 27 — ,a. - m., »tmr
Breakwater, for. Portland; ; 11:80 :a. . m.. *tmra
Nann Smith • and ■; Redondo. for ! San"" Francisco;
power(schr.p«tsy. for Astoria. -■:> ■' ■'",:- ■•'
"■ .Fogbound Aug 27— Stmr Nann \ Smith, for , San
Francisco; stmr Redondo,. for : San Francisco. >■,■:•*
ASTORIA—SaiIed;: Aug s 27—5 s'. a. '• m.. ;: stmr
Claremont. for South Bend: 5 a. m., stmr Mel
ville Dollar, for/Tapoma^'lO.a.fm.', «tmr Johan
Poulson,:«for 1 San :■ Francisco; * stmr Alliance, for
Coos; Bay. and Eureka. •^■ I .;,; . ;;; . . ' -';- •' < •
" i Arrived Aug 27—1 p. m.. stmr 1 William F.
Herrin." from Port San Luis; £ power" schr Anvil.
from Bandon; barge . 91,: In tow tug i Hercules,
hence Aug 22. , ■. «i -»-".%- '■•.-/.- - ■•' :\ ■'■
? EUREKA- Ang 27— a. m., stmr City
of Topeka. hence Aug'26."••"'-■ -:- ' >
, Sailed: Aug ' 27—12. m.. strar Santa Clara, for
San:., Francisco; 3» p. m.. stmr J. IJ. Loggie, for
San FrancUco. . ■ K\''. t " • ■ -'•"-'-Jv^
SOUTH s. BEND—Arrived Aug : 27—2:15 a. m.,
stmr'Claremont.'from' Astoria. •■: f-~: * -X
EVERETT— »Ang 27—Stmr Thomas r I*
Wand, for San Francisco. • - ,"■".■ ■. ;,;, ;-;,
•■: TATOOSH— out Aug 26— 7 p. m.. schr
Salvator. - from;; Mufcllteor. for Hilo. ; Aug .27—
8:15 • a."- m.. Nor' stmr : Hornelen. from ■ Tacoma,
for Sydney:-. 8 a. m.'.a schr Alice * Cooke. from
Port ■"Gamble, r for /■ nonolnln; Jll 'i a. m.. a * ship
(In fog) r 11:20 a. m.. ; stmr; Atlas, ; with barge
93 In i tow. ( from I Seattle, for San • Francisco. v>- •■■".
• ■ Passed In Aug:27-^-8 a.• m.. «tmr.»Wasp, hence
An* 22. for Seattle. f - -. •■:.--■• ■>•;+ '"■..:■" ■ /':>,,..: '- = :
SAN —Arrived Ang 27— Harvard,
hence : Aug j 26: - stmr Yale. - from? San . Diego. v.V
H Sailed Aug j 27~Stmr Yale, „for | San; Francisco:
i«tmr i Rose > City, f for j San '• Francisco. ,' Aug 8 26—
Stmr Shasta;."for "San Francisco. / * ■'" -•
I PACIFIC: OCEAN TRAVEL ; }
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
steamship company
; \tS^w Tehuantepec Route
> Regular F«»t FreiKkt Servle*
» V NEW I YORK TO • PACIFIC a COAST
i PORTS and - HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
• nailing . from New York i every - six day*,
• .making- direct connection with Pacific
1 steamers Bailing from Sallns. Cms.
* Mex.. every i six days ? for J San Francisco.
1 V PACIFIC COAST SPORTS £TO NHW
' YORK. tAlso rto iMexicanfand 3 all prtn
' cipal European ports under throufh j
' rates and through bills of lading. Sail
ings from San Francisco: every jl2 days.
, r- For' rates - and further particulars i ap- :
ply to DEARBORN &! LAPHAM. Gen- i
eral -: Agents, 8- •' Bridge 2 Street, k New;
. York. WILLIAMS, DIMOND ■ * CO.
General Agents. s Pacific ! Coast. ' ". '
..-:■•;: 810 San some St.; San Francisco.
i TOYO KISEN KAISHA
1 ORIENTAL steamship; COMPANY
1 8. 6. America. Kara ... Wednesday, Aug. 30, 1911
1 8. «8. Tenyo Mara. r.:;Wednesday, I *•»!. ft, j 1811
1 8. 8. Shisyo Kara i (new) .Wadaea., Bept. 27, 1911
1 S. 8. Caiyo Karu Weannsday, Oct. U, 1911 j
- Steamers «ail from company's pier. No. 34, near
1 foot of Bra Mian' at., at 1 I p. I ■.. i for Yokohama |
1 and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu. Kobe (Hiogo) <
1 and v Nagasaki and . Shanghai, * and - connecting ■at
1 Hongkoug with steamer* , for 1 Manila. India, ate.
' No cargo received on board !<m day of^salUaf,
I Boaad s trip tickets lat reduced rates. t - I
■ ' for - freight t and « passage 1 apply at • ef&ee. 1 4th
Boor, ■ Western - Metropolis I National 1 Bank i baud* |
lac, 625 Market at. ■- .. W. H. AVBRY.
■; ..:■ -■":■-/«, .'■ : v; : Assistant General Manager.l
' UNION S. S. CO. of N. I Ltd.
- ■ New Through i Passenger ■ and ■ Freight Set-rice:; ; j
■" •■-- :.:■:*-'. ;.; Without Change. ■. :>-';,;, r M
; SAX FRANCISCO ;TO WELLINGTON. K.Z.,
,i VIA TAHITI AND RAROTONGA. *.l■%■--■ ■--■
1 8. 8. KAITAZ (3.393 tons), sails 11 a. m. Sept. 20
1 S. 8. AORANGI (4,268 ton), sails 11 a.m. Oct. 18
1 ; Sailings every •28 days; ' connecting ■at Welling-1
1 ton : and 1 Auckland ■ for New % Zealand \ ports and ,
' Australia. - - . ....
• •*■• OCEANIC S. S. CO.. Gen., Axta., 100 Daria st. !
' Ticket I Office. 6TS ; Market St.: ; teL '& Setter, «48.;
; i \ For folders, ticket*, etc., apply I Pacific Nari-11
i ' I gat ion Co.. 680 1 Market j St.; | San g Francisco J |
! fIAkIAI flf IT s- s- HOXOLULAN (13,000
nil Nil I II J tons) I>Ut noon. Anguat 28.
• ilWllvL.lJjUUlp «nger»aonly|for Hono
lain. Freight and passengers tor Hilo ana
' Kahnlat ■■ : • ■'•■ ■■ ' ""' ■' ■ ■ ' •"' ■
KB?°» U! WILHELMTNA (13.25* tons) aalU noon.
I August 30, for Honolulu and HUt. *&*&
8. S. '" LURLIXE t (l."|000 tons)«sails September
13 for i Honololn ' and j KahulnLfss^«**J*ss^W»'
- K«rind * trip Ito • Honolulu, first class, 1110 and up.!
» KATSON NAVIGATION CO.. 288 Market Strait
I HONULUIU^pu rero enti sails* 11 ra.^m^Sep-j
nUnULULU placement! sails 11 a. m., Sep
tember 2 Special round trip $110, first class.
- TAHITI AND * NEW ZEALAND—& SL
■ Mariposa sails lit a. m. Sept. 11. Oct. 17. etc
bp*cl«»T*iitJ round trip $135. first elaaa.
OCEANIC j LINt. «73 Market: tel. .Butter 64*.;
'
ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL
FRIi^CiRnLINE^
v CIE. GVB. TRANSATI>ANTIQUK.
DIRECT TO HAVRE—PARIS
Sailing* Every Thursday and Saturday.
La". Lorraine Ang. 17 c La 1 Lorraine., Sept. 21 v*
La Touralne.Auir. 24 La ProTence.Sept. 23
_-'.„_- ss»iis»*?i „, *hi fe *La »Savoler;T;Oct.^ 5M
Espajtn«f,. ; .Aoc. s 3li Lorraine. .Oct. 12
La ProTence.Sept. f§?a La Touralne. .Oct. 18
La Sarole Sept. 14 •La J Prof ence.'. Oct.* 26
FDOAZI BROS., Pacific Coast Managers.
-; 630 Montgomery street, Ban Francisco. Cabin
office, i 683, Market street. '-X ;. ■■ ; r :,.";••;' • •.;:.-..,
Arrived Aug 27—Stmr Heleue. from Grays
Harbor;« Rtmr ■ Casper.! from i San t Di**o««^teg|
• t Sailed 8 Aug : 27—.Stmr General ; Hubbard, for San
Francisco; strar State of California, for San
Francisco. . -- "• ■ . . V- ' • .-•'
Si TACOMA— Aug 27™ Jap i stmr Canada
Maru. from !Seattle;J stmr Watson, hence; Aug 23,
s TlalSeattle^^-;;^Kfe*S^ A - .-:,.■■ ' ■'„-■' -iSW
Sailed :■ Aug.*27— Fr bark Max, for Valparaiso.
ABANDON—Arrived Aug 27—12 m., stnir Eliza-,
beth, hence Aug 24: • . ~ - " ,"J .':"- j
' • SEATTLE—SaiIed Aug 26—P. m., I,stnjr^North- j
land, for Sitka. 27— m., stmr Santa
Blta, for Port San Lola. „ _•*«»«■
: ~ Arrived Aug 8 27—Stmr * Delhi,> from Tacowa;
U■? S i *tmre West ?", Virginia ; aDd; Colorado, rom
Bremerton. *-, -..'X ■':■:-.:■>■* -T-" -•**.• *-,--■■- "--;r v^Ti.'"*';';
Sailed Aug 27-^Stmr Northland, for Ketcbikan;
Br stmr Prince* Rupert * for Prince - Rupert. .
:,\ XOYO— Aug / 26—Xor stmr Tricolor,
hence' Auk 25. .rr---r- -■'".' ■ -•_-?'?-_ vV.«J-:-":■"*?, : »," -i
M FORT * BRAGG—Arrived Aunt - —Stmr Arctic,
hence '.Aug. 26.' . '*■ 'f- r:' V. '«.>:■-.'-■ :"■/■•" ■■/•'■:" „
- :; : - «: ISLAND*. PORTS ,
IIONOLTLU— Arrived ? Aug <-• 27— Stmr '• J. >,' A.
Cnanslor,'? from i Monterey. •- "."■ V .-'., *■• >
- , • '. FOREIGN' PORTS ,' -\.
8 5 VlCTOßlA—Arrived;Ang 27—Bktn Alta, from
Chemainus, for crew; 3 stmr* Santa Rita, ' from
Seattle, s for"-Esqnlmanlf; drydock. ':■*-■£ "'- ■>
Sailed Ane 27— Br ship ,Bay ;of Biscay, for
United Kingdom. fc> -■ '
.."- ■•■ .- >;■:* OCEAN STEAMERS ■.-;. -> :>•>.;
i: MONTREAL—Arrived Aug 27—Stmr Grampian,
from ? Glasgow ."s.>4,i' v;:, :■- ■;:?'■ ■':. ■ ' --■■ '_■■■•' -■••'■■
:;; Sailed Aug —Stmr Ansonia. .for London;
gtmr Teutonic, for Liverpool. ," '" ■'! ! '■'."■>
* LIVFUrOOL-Sailed - Aug - 27—Stmr Lusltania.
for New York. r ■:."- l /^ ■-„,">.'■>' ;.."'"->' '^r*'; M %'r^
"I NEW-YORK—Arrived 7 Aug * 27—Stmr^ Calif :
nia, * from j Glasgow: | stmr ..'. Lituania. • from t Libau;
stmr <: Kspaign. from Havre. ', : '■„"" :'",; -*v j
?* Sailed AtJg 27-^-Btmr Furnes«ia. for Moville and
Glasgow; stmr Minnewa*ka, for London. _- .-;
• QUEENSTOWN— SaiIed i? - Aug ; : Stmr '^ St.
Louis, for New - York; i stmr Adriatic, for New
J ■", SOUTHAMPTON— SaiIed: Ang . 27—Stmr Berlin,
for New York. - —-] '
; 'AZORES— Aug - 26—Stmr Canoplc, from
Boston.'* for rGenoa. V; ... •. ;-'--.; •■;'•-, . -■'
: MOVILLE—SaiIed Aug 27—Stmr Caledonia, for
•- -I)OVRR^-Salled ' Aug • 26—Stmr" Lapland, for
New York. '-iV . -..-■ ;" ,\.i-'/-' ■':-.' -'- .■; "," ■,'■ v.
i? HAVRE—Sailed- Ang» Stmr Mexico, for
New Torf: stmr .Pomeranian.' for .' Montreal.
» NAPLES—SaiIed Aug 26—Stmr Romanic, for
Boston. ' , ' -
Memoranon •■■ ;
The fishing tug Pedro. Captain Johnson, picked
up fishing tug Farragnt. Ang 27, 7 a. m., off
Point Rpvos. with broken tail, and towed her
to port for repairs. Both vessels belong to the
Western Fish company.
Per Rtmr Queen —Ang 26. 3:30 p. m., 10 miles
south of Mendocino lightship, saw Br stmr Bo
veri.- from Tacoma. for San Francisco. Als«
saw bark S. C. Allen, from Honolulu, for Fort
Bragg, in same position. Weather calm.
Per Br stmr Boveric, from Tacoma, at Ban
Francisco Aug 27—Aug 26. 4 p. m.. 10 milw
south of Blunts reef ligfftship. saw the baw
S C. Allen, from Honolulu, for Fort Bragg.
WRECK VICTIMS INCREASED
BY TWO DEATHS T0 29
MANCHESTER, N. V.. Aug. 27.—Two
more passengers on the Lehlgh Valley
train that was wrecked near here last
Friday night died today, making the
total dead 29. It seemed probable to
night that several of the 74 injured
might die.
LOS ANGELES n
•SANTA BARBARA JtftS^v
SAN DIEGO /^fe^i^
eureka /«niß%n
Seattle II W%l
TACOMA VICTORIA } vSss!»_--^V »
VANCOUVER >^gJs^iy
ALASKA V;;.;.; MEXICO ;" 'f' ;7**?*f^. _r "/, ■
: Berth and Meals Included in Fare
- LEAVE FROM c PIERS >^ AND LU^j;' . ;
Lob A««elea, San Diego, * Santa Barbara
President or Gorernor .. Every Monday. 2p. m.
•State' of California.. .Erery Thursday. 11; «. ra.
•Only steamer calling at Santa * Barbara. # 1V - •-'
Seattle •■ (Direct),'.; Taeoma, , Towaaemd,
, ; s Victoria, Vancouver, Alaska :.
President or Governor. .Erery Saturday,^2 p. m.
City of Pnebla or Qneen. .Every 'Tuesday,^2 p. m.
• Eureka (Hnmboldt Bay)
Topeka. Aug. 31: '£*pt. s; 10. 15; 20, fc 25. 11 a. in.
Gnayuu, Masatlan, L.a Pai, - K«i»«ada
Curacao ....V. .\.. .....'.."..'. J. ■•.•!•••«•••,•• V',i
•,. •. Leave.Seattle • "-.
XomMt. Michael^.Senator, Sept. 10. 10 a. m.
Alaska Cruises 11913 l*«tve Seattle - _
Spokane;.. ..Tnne B. IB: Jnry 3. 17, 81: Ang. 14
Right;reserredto^chan)r«>;thls schedule.,! = ;
TICKET: OFFICES—>alac« Hotel. 653 Market «t.,
%'-;:} 16 : Market and Broadway Wharf.;' '~---J
Telephone Kea.rny 492 }yD\^.' t V" '-i
OAKLAND—II2O Broadway. Tel. Oakland 5880
; ■C. D/'lHjyAyy.tGeneTal'PaweaiJir Agent.»:
T.;:, r":.j RAILWAYTRAVBX ; ti , -C _
<$£&*, Schedule Effective
fffel^: August 1, 1911
\<aV VLf/tmf' j ' San": Francisco .7
fe>^gj|y(:; UNION FERRY DEPOT ;> . >| ;
,- Leave! . V. " VIA SAUSALITO JArrire
t6:4salPPt«lnma. : Santa ; Ross.' •Healds-j: ;
; • burg, **ClOTerdale. j' GuerneTille, .».
j:. ■:;.•■?;-? i « Duncan- Mill*. ICaBadett>.;;...'r: :J9:OHp
:.7:15a Sonoma. Glen v Ellen ;.:..:.". • f- 6:05p
7:45 a Petaluma. Santa Boa*. Healds- ;»i'. -;
'.'.'* ; burg.' ClOTerdale, Ukiah. WII- _
; .■•■•■, lit«, • Sherwood, Longrale. ••Se-| •'
>■;;■■■< bastopol i.-..v;-:.vr:T:r:f^."; : 7:85p
8:15 a Pt Reyes, r.Monte':Rio.'Caiadero.. r7:Bsp
i 8:45 a Petal urn a. s * Santa?/Rosa..;'Guerne-
Ttlle. v Monte :i Rio,.: Duncan ~ Mills .
. ?Ca«adero (leaves from Duncan
! I Milte) ..:.;;..:-;..;...:..... 7:05p
*9:15 a Pt. Reyes ..*.:;...•...:.......... ;**:<»«
:15a Sonoma,:.'Glen ..........;.'. >?8:33p
10:45 a Petalutua. .Santa R05a.......':... 4:35p
f2:4Sp Pt." Reyes.T Camp' Meeker,»Duncan r ; ' ' >,
" I Mills, Caxadero.:;..'..*:..*•'-%.. |10:35 a
H2:45p Petaluma.':Santa Roea. Gwrne- > . - k ;
Tille. Duncan•' Mills :.■......... f."..';*.'♦:;
3:lsp!Petaluma, Santa Rona. Healds- .
; • I bur»,*Cloverdale,,Ukiab,\Guernp- \\;"-
J i Tille, Monte Rio. Duncan^ Mills. ;/
.•■'--■.-.■; 1 Sebestopol "(to" Caaadero Satur- -
' day - and Sunday)... ll:<Vsa
4:45p Sonoma- Glen , Ellen :.:.........'.". ' 9:05 a
5:15p Petalama, Santa' Rosa ...V.V.", 8:36 a
: 5:43p Pt. Reyes (leaves 7:15 p. m. Sun- .
. « days) ..........:........:.... *:OBa
r' ELECTRIC ] STJBTIBBAN VIA SAT7SALITO .'•'; -
SautsJito. Kill Valley, Baa: —Dally every!)
30 i minute* I from \ 6:45 la. m. until 1 9:45,- a. m.: 1
hourly until 2:45 p. m.. then 3:15 p. m. and every;
30 } minutes s until 7:45 p. m: %S then \ 9:15. 10:45
d. m. and i 12:15 -a.> m. (On Sundays 1 la) addition—
Every 30 minutes from 9:46 a. m. to 3:16 p. m..
excepting 2:15 p. m.) *'• > • %!^'*-j
Fairfax—Leaves t6:45. 7:15. 7:45. 8:15..8:45.
9-15 9:45, > $10:15. 10:45. 2 tll:16. 11:48 ia, m.;
t12:i5.*12:45,1U:15.a:45.)2:4fi, 3:15, 3:45, 4:15,
4:*>. 5:16, 5:45, 8:15. 6:45, t7:15, 7:45. 9:15,
||10:45 p. m.; 112:15 a. m. . *
San Quentln via San Rafael— 9:15 a. m.,
1:45 p. m. - \ ■ ; * } .
Tiburon and I Belvedere ' Dally.l every] boor from
8:45 a. m. until 1 1:45 p. m. (except on ] Sundays.
7:45 8:45, 9:46, 10:45 a. m. Boat* do not stop at
Belvedere.-, but 1 extra 1 connections made $at ' Sausa
lito on Sundays only for Belvedere with boats
leaving J San j Francisco *at 8:15. 9:15 J and : 10:15
a. m.>; then 8:15 p. m. and every hour until 6:15,
then 7:45. 9:15. 10:45 p. m. and «12:15 sa. ?ss*s
•Sunday is arrives 1 7:05 3p. m. ••ArrlTes 7:05
p. >• m ':■* dally.: tßxcept ' Sunday, v - ISunday only.*
Saturday only. " | Monday j only. f Saturday. \ and
Sunday only. . -
/■j Pacific Transfer Company's; agents I are s author
iced !to i check 1 baggage j direct from residence. > ?
M^m VIA AUTO nmm • ' _
Buuilumm i~u wt»vtm l v«. tu>ys^^'
■I ••4li I IS* t7»t 11 46* ' -T2M nOllt t^B >
■ «445f t4Btf|l4«p 240» 449p 124f1p
■ &!*! IO4St >SJ »80j MOlOp |t«p§■'
nonr omeoi .. j^F
UXDJL VALLET ROUTF
■ * '' JBOftCS ICftVft ■ SOCm* vSvcf Ay lift •*■' 1 SK^Sfl^" 9S2OW
Pock and office, Nortfe ; Bom C 470%
AUCTION SALES
E. CURTIS
■r^ ■ - ' .
AUCTIONEER
■£10ffice and salesrooms.: cor. Van Ness and Sacra- ]
mento i (termer Walter building). Phones: i Frank
lin 2264. Home C 6553: ) residence.. 806 Asbbary. \
!to AUCTION SALE J£^
45 HORSES AND MARES
TUESDAY ..' AUGUST • 2ft, 1911
.We ;wtH; sell s4O ; fine ■ horse* and -, mares from •
000 to 1.700 pound* and from 3 to 10 year* old;
•orrel t matched I team*: I also; 15 i h«ad |of footsore
city| horses-' and i mares { and a". few 5 wagon*, : bug
gies , and sets of harness ; * stock' mast be ac rep
resented |or I money,? refunded; I stock I may be seen
day before i sale tat 'Mission ; Sales % Stables. 430
Valencia st. near IMb. \ \- >':'P--: '~?~'-s~~~,". ':.' i" ■>-*
'. ■-■> Outside' horses >• sold ■- on : commission.*': ' ;•»:
. H. COHEN. *; Auctioneer.
FAREWELL PLANNED
FOR ADMIRAL TOGO
Cruisers to Escort Japanese
Visitor to Sea After Ban
quet in Seattle
SEATTLE. Aug. 27.—Admiral Togo
will arrive in Seattle tomorrow for a
farewell visit to the United States be
fore silling: for Japan. From the time
he arrives early in the morning until
his departure Tuesday he will be kept
busy receiving visitors and attending
receptions ani banquets.
Upon his arrival Admiral Togro will
be taken to the Hotel Washington for
breakfast and ■will then receive a
formal call from Rear Admiral W. H.
H. Southerland, U. S. N., 'commander
of the second division of the. Pacific
fleet. Admiral To^o will then pay his
respects to Mayor George W. Dllling.
He will b« entertained at luncheon
MAIXWAT TRAVBIi
'" 'r TRAINS LEAVE MO ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM AUGUST M, lIH ' ■
1 VIA OAKLAND PIBR 4^.'
Lea-re : (Foot of Market Street) Anna
2.15 a Nibs, liveratore. Tracy, Latarop, - y" ■■■■
: -„;: K. Stockton. Lodi. i Gait, Elk Qiwre,
,: :- - Sacrajnento.Roseville,A«buni.Cottai 11 -20»
x! Havwatd, Nibs. San Jose..*r...:.':'.*.r? 7J«t
f00» GoWfiekJ Pass-Truckae. Hasen, Wa
" "buska, (Yerington, Miaa," ■• •
•:' Tonopah GoldaeW. Laws. Keeler... 7.30 a
X 7JDO* Richmond. Port : Costa, ■:Btaida,, Bui- 7, —
f : t--'-t* %. sun, Dixoß, Sacramento ........... r 7.30 ft
7JOQ* RoseviUe, Marytvilb, Reddiag, Duns- t- -^'
C-i :.,-.■■■:■* B»uir.:.-:.v:-..-. t.;Vr.' rx;-..vv:-.v.;; 10.40 ft
7.00 a jElmira, Vacarak. Runisey...... '.■-."■ 7.30f
iv 7jooaDaTis, Woodland (Maryswlk Oro- H- -
,' * , vilk). WiUiams, Maxwefl. Wiflows.-^ :
y . ~ ..: Hamilton; Coning. Red Bhjf ..'..': %7.30p
- 5 7.40*. ;VaUejo, Nape,' Cafistoga," Santa Rosa, . -
! , Martinet, San Ramon. liv«mpre.. p B.lop
7.40* Nibs, Pteasanton. Tracy. ; „- ,
; .' '-,*■ Lathrop, Stockton, Lodi. Bacran»ento ; 7,30 ft
'-i 7.40* Tracy, Pattenon, Newman, Los Banos. ■ 4 v -
'Keiauo^resno.v.Vr;^.;/::^.-, 4JOp
*| B.ooa Newark, West ; San Joee, Los Gates, " _
> Wright. Feltoa (Ben Lomond. Boul- " _ ;
- der Creek). Santa Crus .r:;..: - .*:. • ;5-6°»
8.40 a iPort Costa. Martinez. Byron, Tracy, : ]
■• v- rs-sji Stockton, Merced,' Bereoda ■ (Ray-;
'""** mond). Fresno. Fowler. Seima, yv '1
-. i :--Traver; Gosheo Junction (Haaford. •
• ■■'■? ': i' r— ' Armona), Bakanfield /. T..: :V..V- V. i, : 4.50p
fl 8.40 a; Visaha. Lindsay. Portemlle, Duoor. :.-s 7.30»;
18.40 a Yosemite Valley via Merced :^V. v 4.50 ft
??8.40a Avon, Concord, Walnot Creek, Saal'tri-^f :
» - :v--i ■y^Kuaoa:rXJ. ;*.:..*.v.:.t:y. :.r.;^. : \.. 43o».
-;.9.00* Irviniton. San Jose .."...'.."..V...... > 7.30 ft
; 9.00 a f Niies. Pleasantoo, * Lsrermore. Stock- ■- "-; *=* ;
• ton (•MSltoa).^VaUey Bprmg. lone. <&
-; "Braaieato.^::.^;v.r.:.;..vr.-;;4 3Op<
'• 9.00* Tuolumne, Soaora, Jamestown," Angels , 2£o»
H 9.00 a - Atlantic - Express—Sacramento, True- ■ V- 1
V: ' kee. Ogdeo. Sa^ Lake Gty. Denver, ■■
if. Kansas Qty. Omaha, Cbicagp 8.30 ft
- 9^oa Tonopah-GoWWd Standard Sleeper. : 7.30* ;
rv 9.00 a * Napa, Calistoga,Gien Ellen, Santa Rosa 11.30*
10.20* San Frsaciaeo Overland limited—Djn
> vw, Kansas City, St.''Louie, Omaha,' _-^
' ,?' Oiicago:..^^.-...'./.-'.V...:....."i\2.1 Of
': 10.40* VallejoTMare Island, Napa.. 1...:.'..: 11.30*
10.40* Los Angeles Passenger—Port - Costa.
Martinet, Byron. Tracy. Stockton,
: Merced. Fresno. (Hanford. CoaKaga, _
? ■ Visalia), BakersiaU, Los Annies . ' 7.30 ft:
11.20* Shasta limited-Portland, tacoma. _;.
r Seattb ..V.: . ... .^r.-^;^.. 9.10p
: 12.00b Richmond, Port Costa, Beaieia,SSu- t , r ~
- ,' s V sun, Ehaira, Sacramento 11.10*
■'- 124011 DaTis,Wilnams,CohisaJune.,Wilbws,: V
•. %- • Oennaatown. Orland. Hamilton. ... *.30p
12.00 ft Marysville, Chko. Red 8tefi....:....: *-30p
I.ooft Nils*. Irviogton. Saa J05e.;:..:.:.... 2.50p
5V |.2Of San Leandro. Nibs, Ceatenrilb. New- f 9.10*;
:>t-;./^V^a*Ba«Jbiai:^;»v.-r.-:vjv.r:ys47JO»
--1,40f * Newark. San Joes. Los Gatos, Wright. r
~C^i-*rSEk (Bo ilder Creek). SanU Crus 9.1 Oft
y-j 2.40p"i San Leaadro. Nibs, San J0ee... ...... * 9.30* i
3.00» >B«aiela,'WmVers. Saerameato—Wood- § ;^' >
-. land,Tudor,Yubaaty.Marysvilb.. 11.10*
3.20 D Valley Flyer-Port Costa (Stockton). ;
• Martinet, Byron, Modesto. Merced,
''.* Fresno, Goshen Junction, Tnlare, ,-,^
.-i ' - Bakersfisld.Moiay«.LoeAngelee.v.. ; 12.10 ft
> 3.20p : Avon. Concord, Walnut Creek. San ;^ --■-,
- ■■■ -- :'-Ramoa^iVv.C::.:.^:vr:v.vr;^J,: 12,10f
3.40 ft Richmond. Vallejo, Cafistoga. ; ' fi ,
-■■-...; Glen s Ellea. Santa j Rosa, Crockett. <
Port CosU r '•""' " ' " '•■•■•"•.' 940*
4.00 ft I Nibs i (Oentenrilb. Newark). Liw- f 10.30*
-;■ .smore, Tracy, Stockton, Lods .r.. I 11.20p
4.40 ft San Leaadro. Nibs. Fkat
* -t;'^ < anton, limraore, Traey. PaUerson. ;
. - : -"' Newman, Kermaa, < Fresno r.tr..*.r, I 1.20p
B4of' Port ! Costa. Benieia,« Suisun. ;Sam- /> J- -v.-,
. mento. Lincoln.* Marysvilk, Orovuie. 11.30*
" \ 5.00 ft Vallejo, NapaT Caltstoga," Glen Ellen, _> ;
fpsm*is £ Santa Rosa"ftTn:.. ■■ 7.30 ft '■
.• 5.00 ft l Dans. Arbuekb. Williams, Wilbws, >« fy ■]
■~t■■■m - Orland. Tebama... 'Y.::. .:.. r:-.r:.. 10.40p
5M 5.00 ft ! Russell San Jose. Los Gatos :v^ ::^ , ? 9.30s
1f549f Wright, .Gbnwood, Big Trees. Saata :
.-. Ctn.:-:-r..-':*r.'?:.:.'".::-.\.-.:::.'. ■• JO*
5.20 ft San Leandro. Hajrward. Niks, 8tm«l, ;
Pbasanton. livsrmore.. .'.•, 8.30s
m 5.20» Irriagtoa. Saa Joee.T^tr^TTVTrr;^.^ B^oa
fi••oo*;OwnGsSed-Los Angebs .i:;:r.Vl 8-10*
iV; 8.40 ft j Eastern Express— Ppebb,,De»- v ! •
m.KaasMC^.OniaTcUeati. • 840»
* 9.40 ft i Port \ Costa, Benicia. v Sacramento. :
■;-■-•■-• Truekse (Lake Tahoe), Reno, Sparks" 8.30s
6.40 ft Hayward. Nib* and San Joeß-^/:.: 6.80 ft
7.00 ft China and ? Japan Mail—Ogden,
Cheyenae. Dearer, Kansas Qty, v
Omaha, Chicago ....... .', r. r. - 2.50p
7.00 ft 1 Fort Costa. Steektoß. Saerameato, Col-.
fax. Troekee (Lake Tahoe). Reno... 10.1 o*,
7.00 ft Richmond (tVaflejo), Port f Costa, ; P
. - Martines. Concord, Walnut I Crfck,.
* '. Danville. San 1 Ramon, livenaore:. , 9.30 a
' 8.20» Orefon Express—Sacramento. Rose- .
Marysrilb. Redding, Ashlaad,
Portland, Taeoms, Seattb. Spokane t : 9.10*
9.40 ft BakersfieW. MeKittrick. Hatekoa. Mo- -
; .narch. Moron. Fellow; Shak ;:;^.:V 7^oa
9.40p Yossmile Valfcy Sleeper via Mereed to >;,„*-' v
■". -.•:.''•'El PortaLfrrf :Vr.::.--:;.:::.......JTJ5jH
9.40» Richmond. Port Costa. Traey, Modesto, ■
»Spn»« Merced, Fresno,' Hanford, Tuiare.... 7.50* |
9.40* Hanford, Armona, Lemoore, Huron,«^M
Kj^®^^CoaW.r.7.:rrr.vr...-r.v::/:r.v- 7.50*
9.40» Visalia, Exeter. r Lißds»y.,,Portervjlk,... . v ,
■ * » -=• -Ducor. Famoso.*...:-.;:-.*:"::^.^... 7.50*
A 9.40» Portland Express—Davis, Wißows, Red
Bluff. Weed, (Kkmath Falls\ Ash- -. s
;-,:,- land, Roseburg, Portland, Tacoma. ;
'- .- ■ ■ '" Sesttk:^.rf^M«???^?r?S?*i3Bf]
|| 1.40 ft Saa i Leaadro. Hayward. Nibs. ' Pfcas-)|»*m^
; anton. Lirermore, Traey. Stockton. 2.50 ft
NEATHERLAND'S ROUTE-Pram Pacffle Btrt« Wharf.
Tbie route offer* exceptional opportunity for ? Auto
axobilwU to rack all points oa the Sacramento River;
$ Colljnsviile, Beomaton. Rio Vurta, Isleton. Ryde. Walnut
Grove, Vorden, Cqurtland. Clarksburg, Sacramento,
Steamer Seminele or Naxajo, k«v«i Sea ; Fnaeueo 8:30
>a. m. daily except , Sunday and Wednesday, arriving
' Sacramento 7.00 p. m. ■■■ Leave Sacramento ■ 8.9) a. m-
; daily .« except X Sundiy and .• Wedneaday, "arriving I Sin l
; FraoeiKo 5.30 p. m. Stopping in either direction at ail ■
• point* shown above. - . , ...
Iteamer Mo4oe or Aaaetio, leaves San • Frannceo' 1 -00'
p. m. daily, except Bunchy; arrive Saa Frtsdato 11:30
p. m. daily except Monday. ■ - - ■
Stumor Navajo k SembMte, leavei S»n Francitm
9.00 p. m. daily except ; Sundavg/ arriving f Sacr»»ento
7.00 ; a.m. ' daily t except J Monday. 1 Jueave ' Sacramento
, 9jOO p. ra.dailv except Sundays, arriving; San ; Francisco,
1 7.00 a. ■>. daily except I Monday. No atopf esroute !. la '
either direction.
r , AUTOMOIILES AND VEHICLES.
OAKLAND i HARBOR FERRY—From 3a* Francfeeo,
; South EH Ferry 8-iildißjfor Broadway Whtff. Oak
«M--te.OO a. a.: t7.00 a. a., then 8.00 a. m. and every;
,hoar, daily, to 9.00 p. m., inclusive.* Boat* leave Broad
way Wharf at sama sour* as abort for San Faaciaeo.
The convenient route for aatoaobilwti. - - - '
AUCTION SALES
10 Targe Mare* and 10 large Horses: also Wagon!
■? *■"■ -■■ ;■•- and: Harness;: table fnr ranch. '• -■
11 KISSLIXG ST. : : ;^:
.t •- ~,j ' ■ . - "" . .
;AT AUCTION
125—H0RSES--125
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 80. 1911
'A By order of Abel $&% Twiner of "i Winnempcca.
Ner.. :we i will'] sell i one ! hundred .;and' twenty-fire •
unbroken horse*—all young.;; heavy? boned ana
smooth. This :stock-was raised 'in Idaho and is
«a! exceptionally,; good' lot i »l' all purpose -horses.
■y Sale takes place WEDNESDAY. August 30, at
11 :a. m.. at f. B. HOBAX'S SALES YARD, cor
ner 10th £ and Bryant it*., S. .F. '.V-.No * oatside
. horses wanted at thisf sale. '„" ; vr>: -'■; ..
;•"'*-•■ : "^ W. H. HORD. Anctioneer. X
■ • " v 70+ Market 5t.,.5.,F.:-Nv:- '" ;
at the Rainier club. In the afternoon
a reception will be given in his honor
by the Japanese consul. The clotin*
feature of the day and the ifto*t Im
portant function of his stay in Seattle
will fre a banquet given by the com
mercial organizations of the city.
The armored cruisers Weait Virginia
and Colorado arrived from the Puget
Sound navy yard today. They will es
cort Admiral T«so to sea Tuesday and
will then proceed to San FrancUeo,
where they will join the other ships
of the Pacific fleet preparatory to a
cruise to Hawaii.
A delegation of Seattle Japanese,
headed by Consul Leuchi Takahashi,
went to Vancouver, B. C. to escort
Admiral Togo to Seattle. Jfe' will
travel in the private car of M. J. Cos
tello. assistant general traffic man
ager of the Great Northern railroad,
over which line the trip from Van
couver will be made."
00TT0K MTLLS TO CLOSE—Boston. Ang\ 2T.—
More than 60,000 cotton mill operatives In the
New England states will be idle until Sep
tember 5, emphastiing the most drastic enr
tatlment policy which has been in force in
nearly 20 years. ,
VIA COAST LINE
Lean (Third ud Townaend Street*) v Aim*
.
t5.10» " Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma, ,_■
•' ' * * • Cemeteries. Baden, San Bruno :.... t«.35»
6.30* i South Sea Francisco, San Joee, Gilrcy. py i.;
» s, -' (HoWster), Sargent, Pajaro, Watson- ->^
u\r j ;VyJlle/SantaCnu.^.;::::^.....;;• -7.50?;
57.00* Sunday -Ejuanuon—Ban Jose. ; Giboy ;t'
I ' ; (Hotnstar). Del. Monte. > Monterey. , b >
; . : ..jEaeincGr0ve...:.;".:;.....;...:.: tIUJS?f
I t7.00* South San Francisco, Palo Alto, Sea' •' ■■■-
\\w-, % Jose. Way Stations.;'.:..i;:"■.'.•.-:•::♦. J^O"
7.00« Mayfisld. Los Altos, Lo« Gat«.*:....:V t7.20» -,
i B.oo* » Shore Line Limited—Paso Robles Hot j :>^'£
jr^ Springs, Bute Barbara, Lo» Angelas , 930?
840 a El Paso, San Antonio, Houston, New ■■/^'■Jl':-
-: ' Orleans. Chicago and East:*'.^. •• < - 9.30s
8.05* The Coacter—San Joee, P*»ro (Wat
:-■* •onville. Santa Crui\ Castroviße. 7'; -■ „
; Jgki Monte. Monterey. Pacific Grove),
, SaUnas, Paso Robbs Hot
•■■■;:-'•; Spring*; Sea I«» ObJspo,Bun(Lom- -.
1^- ?' v poc); Santa ■ Barbara, Ventura, Ox- _
1 '■ ■'„ .*; --'■-nard. Los Angeles ..'. :::::. . :.. • .'•: 11.45p
8.20« May field Los Altos. Los Gates. right. ;.;•?"
■Gleawood (Boulder * Creek), Santa
■ '<- \ :Orus. Wateonvilb, Castrovilk. Del - -■
. .;, v. Monte, Monterey.PacifeGrove. 5.05»
I■■ 9.00* San Jose (Gilroy). Salinas, Paso Robks -r
"s~s'f.?z " Hot Springs, Sao Lais Obsspo—Tres *' *
-./ --- '■> Pmoe— Wateoavjlle, Santa Cms.■*/ '
■ " Dal Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove • 4.00p ,
10.40* South San Frswasco, Burfinpme, Saa^^^ 1
•;■'[ Mateo. Pab Alto, San Joee.v:*.:^ t8.30*
i0.40a Loa Altos. Mont* Vista. Los Gatos { !f;7sj
i 1.30 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, 1 Colma,
;sr " , Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno-v-,V- 1.35a '-i
11.40 a? South San Francisco, San Jose r.. -■..'. -; t8.20a '
.1 .20* ' Saturdays Easton, . San : Mateo. * ;.,;.
•-/. Pab Alto, . MayfieJd. Los Gates.
. ?*■> Wright. Felton (Boulder iCreeks;-
I ' • Santa Cm5.;..;;::^7.-.V:;:... .V.- J9.sBft :
, &00» Del Monte Exprest-San Jose. Giboy. i .
"..i'» 'It ■ Sargent (WateonviDe), Santa *i Crux, :"
■;,- V« v ■" Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove, -■•- -: •
! '•. ..-a. ; > (Safinas) ..".-.;/::.:-:.•'..■... • 2.30»
1 2.05 ft South ( San Francisco, Aho, San » ;; -
i - Jo« :f;:'.*. v.* :fr.v. :.r. .*. r. v. .-..*■ 8.46*
i t2.05> Los Altos, Monto Vista, LosGetos „ t3.25»
! 3.00 ft ' South San Francisco, San Mateo. ban , -J'S -.-
I i' -V ::::■■ Joee, GUroy. Tres Knos, Salinas . : 10.10 a
1 3.00 i ■ Watsonville. Santa Cru*. Castrovilb. : > ;
- Del Monte. Monterey. Pacific Grove I O.IOa
3.IB» San Mateo, Redwood, Fab AHo. May- . J
::■ • field. Los Gates,^Wright (Boulder ;-; ; b
: - Creek) Santa Out. v.V:.:^....;;; 11.05*
;.' 4.O0» , Sunset Express — Tucson. Deming. ■ .
El Paso, 1, Houston, New Orieana, » •
" '■■ !'.C>CUes*».v:.'..r.v:.-..r.-:v-'::-..-.;::T^I0JI5a»
/ 4.00» > Washington Sunset Route—Trashing- -'r - „' t
«' ' V tea;D. C, New York and East.... I 0.55 a
4.00 ft ,K»Baasattr, Bt.Louk.Chica«o....'.:.' 10*8*
'4.00» Paso -Robles Hot Springs, San Lois ■■•■" ■'•
-■;: Obispo. Santa Barbara «and Los .
Angeles.'. •••• 10.54 a
4.20 a' South San Francisco, San J05e....... .; t9.00a
t4.55ft I Redwood. Mayfield. Los Gates. Wright : ; £
I : ... Gbnwood.Telt.on (Boulder Creek).-•"-*:
;.■ ■■■■':■. Santa Crui.^:v^;v:;.v.r.:..;:;;:? fl-IBft
! t5.05» - Burlingame, Saa Mateo, Palo Alto, San... ■ i
- - Jose and Way Stations ..........-1f?.45a.
ts 2o* ■ Redwood, Palo AHo. San Jose .....'.. V 1.10?
t5.20» Los Altos,' Moot* Vat*^Lo« Gatoe.:.: r t3.26p
titSft I Burfiagame. San Mateo, San Jose V.v: - z 3.25s
; +5.308 Loop—Valencia i Street, Ocean ■:,X Jew. c
: ;; •-:-■, Cemeteries, South San Francisco, 23d;>•-••
Street, 8d and Townsend ..:....; v I*-*?* •
5.40 ft ySaBI Bruno. San Mateo, Redweod,f t7.25a
' Palo Alto, Santa Clara. San Jose V 7.35 a
$5.40* Los Altos. Los Gates, Wright. Glen- •
! wood. Big Trees. Santo Crui t»4sa
! tS.OO» iEllbrae. t San Mateo. Palo Alto, May
i - * field, Los AKos, LosGatos.. v. f.T. .7. tB.ooa.
! 16.00 ft Saturdays only—Wright, Laurel." Fel-1* * -
1 ■"■■ ■ •'. ; - ton (Boulder Creek), Santa Cruz .*; c8.45a
I t8.05f 23d Street, Visitation, South can Fr»n-'
! - - ciaco. Valencia Btreet ::..;...v t7.lßp^
i ' 8.36*' South San Frantiseo, San Jose. :*..;. :^r* 5.46*"
, B.oop : ThelLark — Paso Robles Hot Springs, '
,;: :• ■ • X SltU Barbara, 1 Los Angeles.:. -Tr. V- 9.30 a
k 811 Of Los Angeles Passenger— Salinas, .:
H":«••»• •'•^,Paso.Robles Hot Springs, Saa Luis i.-..,
*, Obispo, Santa Barbara and Los An- • -
■■ •: '-■■ " geles.?/;:.".::. w.v.*.';-.v.-r:"*. :\i...'a MOi
10.00» 1 Saa Jo» and Way Stotiwsv: :/^. . U / 7.20s '
I (.45# Socth San Fraadseo," Palo Alto, San ,•"-■-.
-■.-■*■: •■-'.*-. J05e....'.:.%.:;:v;*;fi..v...-.;r..-^7^s» ■•
LOCAL FERRY TRAIM9-Vl* Atoms** Pier.
Te Oaklane. 14th "and Franklin «»„ (Bsctiie Servtee)—
■ 6.15, 45 a. a. sad then 15 and 45 mintjtes past the
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30, 9.16. 10.00.10.45.
: 11.30 p. m. sad 12.15 a. m. : ■
To A)*iM«*. North ane" r South BMe (Eleetrie S«fyJee>—
6.15; 0.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutes past the
$ hour until 7.45 p. v».; ■ then 8.30, 9.15. 10.00. 10.45,
' 11.30 p. m. and 1115 a. m. '..■•'■".
LOCAL FERRY TRAINt-Vk Oakland Pier. j:
To oaMan4 Itth St.. Berkatoy tnd BerryMit—
: From; 6 00 a. m.,% and every twenty minute* until
?3 8.30 p. i m.. taehMiTe;: then 9.00. , 9.40, 1020.' 11.00,
11.40 p. m. 12.30 and 120 a. m. Additional boat*
.* Saturdays and Sundays only P. 40 p. m., 9.20, ; 10.03;
10.40 and 11.20 p.m. .■ ,- „
To Oakland, 7th amj Braadway, East Oakland, Froitvtlt
m and Motrow— —From 1 6.00 »a. m., aad | every ;
twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m., inrluKve, then 9.00
; 0.40, 10.20. 11.00. 11.40 p. m.. 12.20 and 1 20 a. a.
i Additional boat* Saturday and Sunday only. 8.40 p. m.,.
!N9.20,' 10.00. 10.40 aad 11.20 p?&&&mte:g»-m£m&
To Oakland, ; First St., Fruitvale, Alameda North lid*,
-v Daily— 6.00. 6.20 a. m.. then on the hour and I
m 20 minutes past until 4.20 p.' m.: then 4.40 p. m. 5.00, 1
5.20. 5.40. 8.00. 6.20. 6.40, 7.00, 7.40, 8.20. 9.00, a.40. 1
■ 10.30. 11.00,11.40 p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a. -m.^;:--C: ";•
& Additional train to Oakland (First St.l. 2.15 a. bl'A*.^
To I ItanetMirrt-te.OO a. m., t« 40, t7.09, tB.OO. ««.00.
JlO.OO a. {1.20 p. m.. *2.00. *2.40. •3.00.«4.00. '?:
•5.00 and *5.40 p. m. - ••-■ "- ■
To West Borkoley-From *6.00 a. m., t«.20. t6.40, t7.00,
•7.30, t7.40, •8.00/itl2o; t8.40, "WOO. J9.2(^«10,00.'S
f tlO.4&L?ll.OO. JU 30. J11.40 a. m.. *12.00 X.. JUJJO, ?
§!13.40>1.00, tl.», $1.40. »2.00, J2.20, :2.40. *100.-i
§ J3.20, J3.40. *4.00 p. m., and every twenty miantee s
l until 7.00 p. m.. inrlusive; then •B.OD Ip. m.. •9.00,1
B b9.40. §10.00. bl0.20,»I1.00, *11.40 p. m. and •1120 am |
To Corl«i»-Fom »6.00 a. m.. t6.40. f7.00. t7.20, t7.40.
tB.OO, tS.2O, t9OO, *10.00, 110.40, t11.00.1 JO, t
J11.40 a. m.. ♦12.00 N.. $12.20,' J 12.40,! •1.00. Jl s 2o,
g *2.00. J2.20, ; J2.40, *3.00. U2O, $3.40*4X0. I
•4 20. •4.40. •5.00, »5.20, «5.40, «6JO, *8.00, §9.00'
ft and 10.00 p. m. •-. - „, > , —
To Vifortt Stege. Pullman, Richmond—3.oo a. m., 5.40
.gp. f m., 6.20 p. m. *«/- * . -*ig®BS
• for Morning. 'Daily. p for Afternoon. •• ■
aSunday tad Monday only. J<
:'. I Sunday exempted. 5, *Sun9»y only. , , ,
I Daily except Sat. and Sun. * ; cMonday only. - o
•*- -"' .{Saturday and Sunday only.' - •- -
Treiwfer Co. authorizsd h> cheek Bagfafo <<«•»
11

xml | txt