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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS
Eggs—California ? fresh, per dozen, : cases 1 In
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Egg Market in Xearfoy Conn ties .
[Special lDispatch to The Call] -A.' [' ',
PETALUMA.. Sept. There was no change
in the prices paid for eggs today." and after re
ceipt of transactions of < the San Francisco Dairy
and Egg exchange independent dealers and spec
ulators paid 42c for first grade eggs.-. The de
livery was light. The delivery of poultry was
- nominal. ; -7X- ~ .".-?-'
SANTA ROSA. Sept. There was no change
In the local egg market today upon receipt
.of advice* showing the morning .transactions on
the San Francisco Dairy Produce exchange. The
local dealers are all quoting 41c per dozen for
--■ choice and 32c for seconds, with 3Sc beijrg paid
tor seconds under contract, etsfe on delivery.
There is no. change in -the limited supply and
■.strong demand. Receipts were extremely light
for the day, but will -be better tomorrow owing
ti the cleanup for the week-end.
The Sonoma County Co-operative Poultry asso
ciation will j hold ,an important "meeting In the
morning for. the purpose of • considering action
In connection with its contract with the Sonoma
»County Fruit and Produce company. The c"m
--i paay. is paying .'-V- j under quotations for choice
(seconds, while the other dealers are paying 9c
less and are now able to sell at a good profit
, fit a price less .than; the company -Is paying.
: j The company desires the association to release
that part of the contract, while the association
desires the company to accept-the product of
■Wil new. members at any time, which it has
; refused to do in the-past. * " 7>
f - : SANTA CRUZ, Sept. 29.—Egg quotations con
| tinue to improve in price, due to a sudden falling
I off In the supply. 'Without regard to grade, local
?• dealers pa d 40c to 42c per dozen for today.
; The closing down of the egg exchange for an
j indefinite period has greatly benefited shipments.
"y '•*--"•■ ——— . .
Jf Potatoes^ - Onions and Vegetables ~.
x*' Prices for miscellaneous vegetables showed
liardly any change yesterday from* Thursday's ;
• closing quotations, stocks of all descriptions
' being we]i up to requirements, which were not -
large. Green corn and : tomatoes continued more
plentiful than anything - else and several^ large
'lots of both had to be held over. .In the "potato
T market Salinas Burbanks were easier as* the re
. suit of » period of excessive receipts here anil
"in the Oakland market. River goods were easy
* at the old quotations." Onions were steady .and
unchanged.
Potatoes (per ctl) — River whiter, [email protected]*.
* bay, In boxes, [email protected]; Salinas Burbanks. $1.60
@1.65; sweet potatoes, [email protected]»0.
Onions—New yellow, [email protected] per ctl.
Vegetables Green corn. «5.-'S$l.5O per sack:
summer squash. 40$5Qe per box; green peas, [email protected]
4c per lb: string beans, [email protected]^c per lb; lima
beans, [email protected] per lb; cabbage. 75c per ctl; garlic,
"fa. per lb: tomatoes, [email protected] per box; cucum
bers. 504g65c per box: cauliflower. [email protected] per
dozen: carrots. 75c per sack; okra. 4Q's.i">o<- per
box: green peppers, [email protected] per box; eggplant,
' 50fe65c per" box.
Deciduous and Citrus Fruits
The first Cape Cod cranberries for the • season
-reached the market yesterday. Two cars of the
early black variety came in and the receivers
reported sales at $9 a . barrel. The situation in
domestic fruits remained about the same as on
the preceding day, the market being in fair shape
for most orchard descriptions, while grapes and
berries were in overstipply. and decidedly ■ weak.
Prices for peaches, plums and prunes continued
to move upward slowly - and there was more
Stability to. prices for figs, quinces and pome
granates. There was nothing new in apples or
pears, both being steady at the old quotations.
Shippers in the river districts are cleaning out
their melon patches, and as a result much poor
stock Is coming to hand that is hard, to sell at
any- price. . Prices- for marketable stock range
-from 40c to 75c a box. while poor stuff Is of
fered to peddlers at 25c and sometimes less.
—Strawberries. [email protected] per chest; rasp
berries. $4.50®" per chest; blackberries, $S®6
per chest; huckleberries. [email protected] per lb.
Apples (per box) —Fancy red and Newtown pip
pins. $1.10®1.25; do Belleflowers, [email protected]$1.15; do
Gravenstein. $1.19®1.15; common to choice fruit.
60®S5c. - - "'■ '
Pears—Bartletts. $1.50® 1.75 per box: winter
Nellis. $1.2561.50; other varieties, [email protected] per
box. '-,. ■ ■ -.
I Quinces—[email protected] per box. ?
Peaches— boxes. 50©65 c; do mountain
fruit, [email protected]: lugs, 75c®51.35.
Plums and Prunes—6o®Ssc for crates and 35®
50c for boxes; lugs, 7<V'®sl.
. Figsßiver boxes., 75c®$1: free packages, ;50
®85c for black and [email protected] for white. .
Pomegranates—[email protected] for small and $1.25®
1.75 for larse boxes'. . .-..
'.rapes — Muscat c. 60fe|gBc; Isabella. '7*
®9Qr; other varieties. 40®65r; lug boxes. 75c®
$1 for Muscat and 50®85c for other varieties;
small boxes. 35®50c; wine grapes. $20®22 per
"ton for fancy and $I.V!rIS for lower grades.
Melons— Nutmeg melons. 40tfi75c per box for
choice; cantaloupes. 9101.50 per crate; water
melons. $I®2 per dozen. ..
Citrus Fruits (per Valencia j oranges.
$3.50®4.,50: grapefruit, [email protected] for seedless;
lemons. $4.50®5.50 for fancy, $2.50®3 for choice
and $1.50®2 for standard; Mexican limes. $5
©5.50. ---. -"■-■- 17.-:-* "' - rjyX^-y.i-H
- Tropical Fruitsßananas. $11.50 per bunch
for Hawaiian and $2®3 for Central American;
pineapples; $2*5 3 per dozen.' " '■'■
• EASTERN GREEN FRUIT SALES
Stewart Fruit company reports the following
sales of California:deciduous fruits at auction in
principal eastern markets September 29. 1911:
New York—Forty-five cars sold. Market is
strong on grapes. The weather continues wet.
Malaga grapes, [email protected]; tokey grapes,'7oc®
$1.15: d'Cemlce pears, halves. $1.95; Nellis, $2;
Clairgeaus, $2.50: Bartletts, $3.15.'
Chicago-Thirty-five cars sold. Market is firm
with a fair demand. * The weather is cool and
pleasant. Malaga grapes. ;[email protected]; Bartlett
pears. [email protected]; tokay grapes, [email protected]; Italian
prunes, SOc; muscat grapes, SOc; Elberta peaches,,
75c. :...-:.; ■"..•..■ — *
Philadelphia Tokay grapes. [email protected] '-'
Boston Seventeen oars sold. Tokay grapes.
£■"<*: muscats. $1.30; cornichons, $1.60: Malagas.
$1.15; Bartlett pears. $8.30; Hardys;;sl.7s; Ital
ian prunes, »Oc: gros. 90c: yellow peaches,.Boc;
strawberry peaches, Ssc. Market Is doing better.
Raining. .7 ... ' .:■'.
--'. Pittsburg—Seven cars sold. Tokay grapes", 70
g9sc: .Malaga grapes, SOc.
„ Shipments leaving California, since last re
port—Peaches. 2% cars; pears, 3% cars; grapes,
571^ cars: total'to date,; 8,393ty; cars. -
Dried Fruits, Raisinn, ' Nut* and Honey,
; Fruits Evaporated apples, 1911 crop, B*4 fa 10c;
I apricots.* [email protected];- fancy naoorpark, : 15® 16c:
': pears. 1l(S13c; peaches. B% faille; prunes, 5%@
j6o basis growers, .with. IfcQlC premium un 30
--' 4'n and ty @ Vie premium on 40-50s; ; figs, [email protected]
.. .'".Prices for the new raisin crop are quoted as
j follows: Fancy seeded, [email protected]: choice, [email protected]
. 9%c; loose. stye, 6c and 6%c for.2. 3 and 4
j: crown, respectively;-? seedless : muscatels, ? styfa
* sVjr: Thompson's. [email protected]%c; sultanas, [email protected]
- 6%c;- layers. . $1.85 -• for 2 crown. $1.45 for 3
crown and $1.65, $2.25 and $2.75 for 4, 5 and 6
crown, respectively; sweatbox prices, [email protected]%c.
..?,. Nuts—Almonds/ :nonpareils, ;[email protected]; IXL,
;-'l7tyc; ne plus ultra.-'l6%c;-Drake,:i4%c;'; Lan
-7 tii^^o^s. 14% c: hardshell, shelled-,almonds,
§►-?". fa walnuts. 15c per lb for No. 1' softsbell,
\-'*l4%e for No. 1 .standards; No.* 2 standards, lie;
.. pecans, 14% @15c; peanuts, *3 % @sc; '■ pine nuts,
.felß@2oc. »-.v,:..--;;.- .-:.-.„' '■f.?.:',-t*-.
"f- HoneyComb, [email protected]ßc; water white extracted,
; [email protected]; light amber, [email protected];»lower grades. 5®
.:76c per lb. • .■--?.-,' .-,-..*.--■•-
--■' Beeswax—[email protected] - per -lb for light and 23®
26c for dark. ... *'-»- ■ .-.
':.'--■> Poultry and Game •<•-
There was 1 not much doing in poultry yesterday
and a majority of the'trade reported a dull and
easy market. Fat'heavy hens and-large young
roosters continued { to sell j fairly.* while, everything
else dragged. Quite an accumulation *of ■ unde
sirable stock. had to be held over.- -V* .7 ?
Poultry tper dozen)— Hens. [email protected] for.small,
$5.50(g6 . for large I and [email protected] for extra; I young
roosters. $6.50<37.50;<d0 extra, [email protected]; old roost- |
ers. "[email protected]; fryers. $5©5.50; broilers.; $4(^4.50 !
for; large and $3c<t3.50 for small; ducks. $6(<57; |
pigeons. $1.755i2; - squabs. [email protected]; geese, $2 I
©3; turkeys. [email protected] per lb.- - -.■"-•-.** iv--.,-* H
Game (per —Cottontail rabbits, $2.25®
2.50; hare. $1.25<k1.73. -.--'.. ». ,
Beans and Seed*
;"; Beans (per ctl)—Bayos, ;! $3.50^3.60:'-'-' small
white. $3 [email protected]; large white. $3.50^3.70: pink.
[email protected]; red, nominal; bla'kejr. new. %Z.fto%
3.75: -lima, $5: - red kidney. $5(§5.50; ? cranberry
begins, [email protected]; - garvanzas. [email protected];.. horse
beans, new - crop. : [email protected]:, Mancburlan .. beans,
$3.25 for [email protected] for red and [email protected]
3.25 for speckled kidneys. 7
Seeds —Mustard. - -1-— ; flaxseed, ? nominal; -.' ca
nary, B%c; alfalfa,;[email protected]%c:* rape, [email protected]%c;
timothy, nominal; hemp. [email protected]; millet, 2ty®
2He per la- ■- -.-.?:.-■;'.-..' .--'; ?-.•.-.
Dried Peas^—Green, »[email protected] per .ctl; yellow,
[email protected]'. : _.\y ■'■:..<:l ,:.';"? ",:?. : '??,,.
Flour and Farinaceous.Goods
. Flour California family extras, [email protected] net
without ? discount: V bakers' extras. $5.40<35.50;
superfine, $4 4.70; • Oregon rand Washington,
per ' bbl. $4.80*55 * for * family, * bakers' and - pat
ent^ and ' $4.40(5,4.601 for cutoff; ' Kansas | patents,
$5.50®6;.:d0 straights,*' $5.60(0.5.80; Dakota pat
ents. $6.5007; do straights, $6; ;do clear, . $5.80
per bbl. c ■;.'■-".-", -■■"'■-' -.-y.-'- 7»yy, ..■■.■ ...?;:..:.-•-■ ■■-•'?
Farinaceous Goodsln 50: lb sacks; are; quoted
as oliowr.; per 100 lbs: ::--. Buckwheat flour, ; pure
* $4.50. i self-rising 7 $5,30, ; groats , $«: : cornmeal,
I yellow $2.50. 1 white | $2.50, extra I yellow for I white
$2.80; cracked ■ wheat, $3.50; entire ; wheat:flour.'.
' $2.70; * farina, $3.80: - graham flour,"* $2.50; hor
n my, large $3,: small .$3, i granulated $3; I oatmeal,
pure 4.30, ■ steel cut" $4.30: oat \ groats,^ $4.50;
pearl.4»rley,. No. ri. small ; $5.10, No. 2 medium
15.30. No.. 3 large $5.30; rice flour. j $5.80; rye
' flour, $3.50; * rye; meal. $3.40;; split \ peas,": yellow
$5, green* $6.80: whole; wheat -flour,' $2.70; rolled
oats, $4.30; rolled iwheat,'; $3.20. * c y - i
';•-■ ,-y-7.'y--y. . ry -.:..- '=r ■";■■•";-:?*»" - -■„., '"'?
».-- / , *-_ ,X Hay;and?Feedstufls .7. - .?
- The' hay * market is■-■ steady, with $20 j still < the.
top figure for, the finest; wheat. The ; market ■is
" without feature. ;;?'• •?'*'•".-■ -iv,»3X •-',":.:.. J-.y-iyy*
'[email protected] per ton.-
Middlings—[email protected] per ton.
Shorts— $29(330 per ton.
Feedstuffs- Rolled barley, [email protected];. rolled
oats for feed,, $.-51(3;32: mixeds feed. . $26^27 ' for
average lots; evergreen chopfeed. $21 per. ton for
car lots and $22 for jobbing; oilcake meal. 10 ton
lots $42.50. 5 ton * lots; $43, smaller lots $43.50;
cocoanut cake or meal at mills. $24 in 20 and 10
and $24.50 In 5 ton ' lots, ? Jobbing $25; cornmeal.
$35<&39; cracked corn. [email protected]; alfalfa meal, car
load-lots $15. jobbing $16; red star alfalfa meal,
$15 In car lots and $16.50 jobbing; Stockton meal-.
falfa. $15 In car lots and $16 jobbing: Modesto
alfalfa meal, $15 In car /lots and $17 jobbing;
caproca oilcake - meal.* $16.50 . per ton; calfalfa.
>i«*in' car lots and $17 Jobbing; vlgorator. per
ton. $23. '■?-. i.-..'- -'"-*;t 7-------- '■■- . .v"*-'"-"••"-'-•■
Hay—Ordinary 'wheat. $13017; choice. $18®
20; wheat and oat. [email protected]; tame oat, [email protected];
volunteer wild oat.? [email protected]; alfalfa. [email protected];
stock hay, [email protected] per ton.
Straw—[email protected] per bale. ':
, Hides, 1 Tallow, ; Wool and Hops "■ \ v
Wool handlers continue "to report an ? Inactive
market, with. prices unchanged. . :,,>■
M Hides—Culls and : brands sell about \i @lc uiv
der quotations.- Heavy salted steers, ll^c; light
medium, 11©11 He;. Might.*- lie; cowhides,- lie;
stags,'Bc: salted kip; 12c; salted veal and salted
calf7l6^c: dry hides, [email protected]%c;* dry kip, [email protected]
20c; dry calf, 24% c: sheepskins, shearlings. 20%
30c each: short wool. 1 40fe60c: medium. [email protected];
long wool. $1 @1.25; | lambs,S 40<a60c«, horsebides,
salt. $2.2.">@3 for large and [email protected] for medium.
75cfffi$l or small and i [email protected] for. colts: * horse
hides, dry. $2(^2.25 > for large and [email protected] for
medium. [email protected]$l for small and [email protected] for colts;
goatskins prime * angora, J [email protected]$l: - long hair
goats. 35c; medium. 20c; small. :10<a20c.
Tallow*—No. 1 rendered, - barrels 5% @Cc. cans
and drums 4U>@V. * • • : . * -
Grease — 2(S3c per lb. ,
Wool —Spring clip Southern. 11 <% 12c; San Joa
quin, [email protected]%c: middle counties. 12® 14c; north
ern, 14^@16»4c; Nevada, 11 @ 15c per lb. 1910
fall clip—Mountain * free. ; B<Bfie: j northern ' and
valley. [email protected]; San Joaquin fall lambs, [email protected]; do
defective and heavy, [email protected] per. lb. s - ■ * -
Hops—Crop of 1911,, nominal at • 32®35c per
lb, with some holders asking 40c.
General Merchandise X 7
—Owing to recent "large, importations and
the close* of the season : there are now. more grain
bags lon hand .than . needed - and the * market. lias
made a sharp decline,'being now? quoted at [email protected]
7%e. San Quentin bags nominal. all closed out;
wool - bags, 36c; fleece twine.. 8c per - lb'; bean
bags; t%e. "'?*--■',•.:.;. ": -iA-
Coal —Pennsylvania anthracite egg, $16 per
ton: Wellington. $8; New Wellington. $8; Aus
tralian house, Richmond, etc. $8: Pelaw Main.
$8: Stanford Richmond. $8; Cumberland. $15 in
bulk and $16.50 in sacks: Welsh anthracite, $15;
coke. $16 per ton in bulk and $17 in sacks. . -
Coal Oil. Gasoline," etc.—Water white, iron bar
rels or drums, 7%c; 150 degree oil. iron barrels
or drums. 9c: special do. 9%c; pearl oil in cases,
1414 c; astral. 14% c- star, 14^c; extra star.
17% c; Elaine. 25c: eocene. 17% c: red crown and
motor gasoline, in bulk 14^4c In cases 21 Vie;
engine distillate, In drums 6Vic, cases 7c more;
86 degree gasoline; in bulk 28c. In cases 35% c;
varnish makers' and painters', naphtha. in bulk
12: 2 c. in cases 20c. . "„■•
Oil—Quotations are for barrels: ; Linseed. 99e
@$1.01 per gallon for boiled and [email protected] for raw,
cases sc< more; Baker's AA castor, cases, 5 gal
lons $1.19. *10 gallons $1.17; commercial castor,
In cases, .71c; China nut. cases. [email protected] per gal
lon; cocoanut oil. in barrels. [email protected]%c for XXX,
73M>@76c for No. I and [email protected] for No.: 2. ac
cording to quantity; extra bleached winter sperm
oil, 80c; natural. winter sperm oil, 80c; natural
whale oil. 53c; pure lard oil, $1: winter strained
lard oil. 90c; pure neatsfoot oil. 85c; No. 1 nearts
foot oil. 65c: herring oil, 50c; salmon oil, 50c;
boiled fish oil. 50c; paint oil, 45c. :. - 7~~
Turpentine— in' cases and. 69c in bulk;
drums and iron barrels; Arotnrps. cases 30c, In
Iron barrels or drums 23c per gallon.
Rosin—E. $9.75; 'V. $9.80; G, $9.90: H. $10:
I, $10.10; K. $10.20; WG.,sll; WW, $11.50 per
barrel of 280 lbs. ' v .
Red and White Lead— Red, 8^ @9c; white. 8%
@B\c per lb. * 7
- REFINED SUGAR MARKET
The Western Sugar Refinery company, quotes
as- follows, net casn: Standard fine granulated.
6.95 c: coarse granulated. 6.95 c; fruit granulated,
6.H.V: H. A E. crystal domlnos,. 5 lb cartons. In
cases, ,10.15 c; do 2 lb cartons, in cases. 10.65 c;
monarch bar, 7.30 c; tablets and half bbls, 7.45 c;
do in 25 lb boxes. 7.70 c;: cubes, 7.20 c; monarch
powdered, 7.05 c; XXXX powdered. 7.05 c; candy
granulated, 7.05 c;. confectioners' A. 6.95 c; con
fectioners' crystals, 7.05 c; beet granulated. 6.75 c;
magnolia A. 6.55 c; extra C. 6.45 c; golden C,
6.35 c; D. 6.25 c. Barrels and 50 lb' bags 10c,
half barrels 25c, boxes 50c more per 100 lbs than
for bags of 100; lbs net. Bar In 35 and 40 lb
tins, $1.70 more, in 8 and 10 lb tins $2.35 more
per 100 lbs than prices for this grade In 100 lb
bags. ::--. ' ;■-.;.-.■.--. . „., -. -„ „,..,
: The California and i Hawaii Sugar - Refining
company quotes as follows: Granulated basis,
6.95 c; "Higrade" bar, 7.30 c: powdered, 7.*05 c;
berry. 6.95 c; C. & H. extra fine granulated.
6.95 c; coarse dry granulated. 6.95 c: confection,
ers' A, 6.95 c; confectioners' crystal, 7.05 c; cubes.
7.20 c; bricks, half - barrels. 7.45 c; ' bricks, in
25 lb "boxes. 7.70 c: extra fine granulated (100
lb bags only), 8.75 c; excelsior; A. 6.55 c: extra
C, 6.45 c; golden C, 6.35 c; yellow D.7 6.25c; H.
& E. crystal domlnos, in ft lb , cartons, . cases,
10.15 c; do 2 lb cartons, in cases, 10.65 c; addi
tional per 100 lbs: " In barrels and 50 lb bags,
10c more; half - barrels, 25c more; boxes, - SOc
more for all; grades. Bar in 35 and *40 lb
tins, $1.70 more: in 10 lb tins, $2.35 more. Min
imum order, carload weight.
'. ",. New York Produce ?.. .
NEW YORK, Sept. 29.—Petroleum—Steady. ~ ;
Hides -Dull.
Hops—Easy.
Wool —Quiet.
Sugar-Raw quiet: muscovado. 89 test ."."no:
centrifugal, 96 test. 5.86 c; molasses sugar, 89
test, 5.11 c. 'Refined steady. 7...
DRIED FRUITS . >*.-■.
. Evaporated Apples—'Steady. Spot • fancy. 11 _
m 2 <-.' rhmrp. : [email protected]%c;;prime. 9^»4<*. . j
Prunes—lnst' Quotations range from 9c
to 16% c for Californias up to 30-40s, and nom
inal for Oregons. *_ ?
Apricots—Steady. Choice. [email protected]; extra
choice. - [email protected];. fancy. [email protected]
. Peaches—lnoctlve. Choice,; [email protected]; - extra
choice. [email protected]; fancy." 12Mjc. '■—. .
Raisins— Steady. Loose muscatel, 6ty<g7tyc;
choice to fancy seeded. B<?J9tyc; seedless, C,'a~o;
London layers, |1.40ig1.45. .
Chicago Dairy Produce Market v
CHICAGO. Sept. 29.—Butter—Firm. Cream
eries, [email protected]; dairies. [email protected] .-: :
Eggs—Steady. Receipts. 6.080 cases: at mark,
cases included, [email protected]; firsts, 19c; prime firsts,
20c. r..;?!,-,;.;7 . - .ryy-yy.
•7~ Cheese—Steady. Daisies. 14c: X twins, 13%@
l"%c; Young Americas. 14c: longhorns, 14c.:►• y.
Lost Anseles Produce Market ;
[Special Dispatch to The Call] 17 AX ,
::- LOS ANGELES, Sept.? 29.— Local eggs advanced
to 44c. a dozen today, on - the Produce exchange.
Case conn t: are quoted at 40c. 7 Potatoes were
firm."'.Butter and cheese were steady. .
-;--■ Receipts >of produce 4 today : were: * Eggs. *72
cases: butter; 17.050 poqnds; cheese,*97. pounds;
potatoes,l3l2 sacks;: beans, 4 sacks; sweet pota
toes. 35 sacks; apples. 5.292 boxes. ;
Butter, (per lb) —California creamery. extra
27% c: creamery, firsts, 25c; ladle. 23c; coun
try, ,20c. •*:."'--"*--?-X ■■.:-.■■'■ . • ..-::..-.
7 Eggs (per doz) —Local ranch, candled, 44c- case
count.: 40c; eastern, *[email protected]; pullets, 20c; stor
age, eastern.* 35988 c. ;r i
- Cheese (per lb —Northern fresh. 10c;, northern
storage, 14c; eastern singles. l«e; ■ eastern | twins *
16c; eastern Cheddars, 16%®17c; eastern horn!
[email protected]; Oregon daisy. I6e; Oregon twins, ?16tyc;
eastern daisy, < 17c:; swiss, imported.: 32c:; swiss *
domestic, • block 18c, wheel -,19c; Roquefort. -1 36
®40c.V - '-."■ -'."-". •--.'■,■■--'-' 7-<~->77y..->- ■:.- •■-,:-■'■■ - A\y- t
Beans (per ctl)—No.* 1 pinks. $5; No. 1 lima J
$6; Lady Washington, No? l. $4.25: small white.
No. 1, ? 4":l?,' 34i» blackeve. $4.sofa.*>- garvansa
84.50; •• lentils. $6fa7; *bayos ti [email protected];, Mexican
reds,»s4.7s®s;: Manchurian .. pinks, = $.1.50(35 60
* Potatoes (per ctl)— Highland,^ $1.8061.66; Sa
linas. $1.75fa1.85, - ■ , •',.,-'z r y
>-S^?' ket "Potatoes (per ctl)—New Yellow, $1 75
@2.20. ..;.;'• : 'y-'v.-yy.- :,-■-'■
j Eastern Livestock Market
-. 'A-- CHICAGO rX** '"--■ 7 y
* CHICAGO, . Sept. 29.—Cattle—Receipts ; esti-
I mated; at : 2.000 head; market slow and 3 weak '
! Beeves. [email protected]; Texas steers. $4.30<ft6- west
ern steers. [email protected]; stockers and feeders. $3.25®
1 5.83; j cows and heifers,*j $2®6.20;:? calves. $6®
9.50. .ww
-a Hogs—Receipts, estimated at 15,000 head: mar- 5
ket strong and 5c up. 'Light. $5.10fa6.75; mixed
[email protected];?, heavy. •< $5.80fa. 6.70: s rough * $5.80®;
6.05;* good to choice heavy*.s6.osfa6.7o; nigs
84(56.15; bulk of sales. [email protected] -?. ;*-':;- "-'
- Sheepßeceipts, estimated at 6.000 head: mar
ket slow and weak. Native.' $2.25(34: western
$2.75®4.10; ,■ yearlings. * [email protected]; lambs,^ na
tive $4« 6. western $4.50**5. ■.:"■'-'7-■■-.-'- ■'.-■ -.7
- 1 * KANSAS 'CITY - v
. KANSAS '< CITY. Sept.', 29.- Cattle -Receipts.
1.660 head. '. including * 600 s> southerns; y market
steady.';:^ ■ Native '5teer5.*.:,55.25*87.85;,-;■-■ southern
steers. <?$3.80® 5.50; *. southern | cows »and ? heifers.
$3fa4.50; »i native -• cows ©and», heifers. •'« $2.60® 7;
stockers and feeders,* $3.50®6:-bulls. [email protected];
calves. $4fa7.75; ii western ■* steers, ? $4.50 fa 7.20;
western cows. $2.75®4.73.'. t - '::-.?. -^ ■;..* 'y-'y--.
Ty Hogs— Receipts."4.ooo* head: market. sc: higher.
Bulk of sales, t6.2Sjgft.4S; heavy. $6.25fa6.4<>;
packers. and butchers,. $6.30fi6.50; . light,"- $6.20«
6.507^77:7 77^^., ryryy yyr:^-. .\ - 7 '-xii7Ay7
-. '-7 Sheep—Receipts. -. 4.000 * bead; -' market: steady^"
sluttons.is3.2s®4.lo; i lambs. $4.75fa«.10; range
wethers and yearlings, $3,255? 4.75; range ewes,
$2.50®4. --. .;• - .--; -- -y—~777?i-y-.- -„-'.-:: - -y::
--■ -7 ■y-T.-y. south: OMAHA •*■;.?., •"-?...,;.:>-<!?:
7"-r SOUTH OMAHA; Sept. ; 29.—Catties-Receipts,
900 head: market, steady. Native steers;-s4^Bs®
5.75; y< cows *<■ and & heifers.; $3.25®5.75 *. western
steers.*;-; 53.75fa6.50; Texas v steers. $3.50(55.45;
cows.and. heifers. |[email protected]:Scanners;- $2.6003.60;
strikers l and r> feeders, [email protected];:ca1ve5, -. [email protected];
bulls,, stags, etc., $3.25(fj0. v "«7 - > ..*.,-
Hogs—Receipts. 3..'K>o head; Insrket'Sc higher.
Heavy. $6.10©6.20; a mixed.*; $6.15<e6.20:*: light,*
$6.20646.30; 1 pigs, $3.50(36.20;• •.bulk:; of sales,
'..20. ::, ,'.' •.---,-.■.-• y: >7 ; :?, X-;-:l",7ryyi-7
- Sheep—Receipts. j? 7,300 head: marked-steady.
Yearllngs, S [email protected];. wethers, $3.60#4; ewes,
|3(g8.75; ; lambs. [email protected]
, Portland Livestock Market
7,PORTLAND,"-: Sept. 28.—Receipts. 400
bead; i market, steady. Choice I steers,": $5.25 $£5.45;
good •* to *• choice } steer*,-? [email protected]; «■* fair ato * choice
steers, $4.75(55;' choice cows.*? $4.30<g4.50; 'fair;to
good; cows: $4<54.15; I extra choice spayed * heifers,
[email protected]: ,* cboice s. heifers. $4.2504.40: % choice
bulls,[email protected];>goodUo choice ' bulls. $2.75*53;
choice '.calves,-? $7.15©7.25; I good Ito choice calves,
$ 7.15:1 choice i stags. $4.50^4.75/^sSdgjS_s_^3s
m Hogs- Receipts,": none; i market i steady. Choice,'
[email protected]: good to choice, $7.50 co 7.60; fair to
good. $-.2ft(a 7.50. '. - - - - '■-.•
Sg Sheep— Receipts,*, 200: head; i market ? firm. Choice,
yearling I wethers,l^ coa*#e § wool.*! $3.65(54:1 choice
yearling wethers, cast mountains. . $3.35<§i3.65;
„ ..,..'■:. -,-:■„-•*■ ■>, ... "■,'-'-.. .. ' - ■■"■■■ ,-■ ..... :-.'■■■•■■.- ■-; -:-?- ■r'.,: : ,^.-y.y,,>,-7i: J ' - ■'■ ■ ■■y-y y,- y■ - ' ■-:-" -..- <: ■---:?---/ : _'__ ..?■'- -.j7'7'- r ■„■-■? ? . „ - '-,-■* ... , , . ■■■..'.. ■.'■.■, ..... ■'■■,■:: ..., ; . ?7* „-■ 77yr'%7-:
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. ~ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1911.
choice twos and threes,' $3<93.25: choice lambs.'
$4.«0^>4.R0: choice ? yearlings, [email protected];, good
to choice lambs,*. [email protected] , .
• MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS
Cotton Market ~- ;,;.?-.-*X*
' NEW YORK.? Sept. 29.— E. F. Hutton A Co.'s
wire -says:'. ■ :. - 7:7 r -*'"'■' '-/' ■ .-?.*" --'-j
- --. •"The t market was, very f dull today, but '-. sent!-,-.
ment * was $a .' little .-' more - bearish, due «to " con
tinued ; hedging and " reports *» of $ easier southern
spot .markets.*KTbe! declaration war »" by Italy
against Turkey '4, and * also f the ? announcement Jof
a < general - strike = of 'the j machinists ■ on s the • Har
riman! lines were considered ' bearish.*?.-: All 5 things
considered,: the. action of* the market. in holding
steady *a t - only ,a. slight decline i. was i good % and
Is:-indicative of a very large outstanding i short
Interest." ■, - ' -*•'-■■•-..: - x *.'
: ? Spot * closed ' quiet. '. 5 ?'points lower. --' Middling
upland, 10.40 c bid; middling gulf.' 10.65 c. Sales,'
4,300. :. •'■■7^7- --y-i --:■-■ -■, 7\y y :-.y; : y,:
V r; ' COTTON FUTURES 7?-; Year
Option. 'Open 7 High Low"? Close Sept. Ago |
Sept. '.:. .... :...: -.::.. 10.15 10.19 v....
0ct..:.. 10.10 10.18 10.07 10.15 10.21 13.55 =
Nov .v. '.Y7. ■::':.i.:'-7.:.\ 10.15 .;.;. ,? 18.58
Dec. ?.i..10.30 10.8*5 : 10.28 - 10.30 : 10.37 : 13.7.11
Jan '?...'. 10.24 10.35 - 10.23 -. 10.25 ? 10.32 - 13.74.
Feb.a:.*.. ...-; . .... 7Vr->..777i .10.29 t :.;.v,,?13.50;
March ..10.36 10.43 10.36 -10.38 10.44 7 13.87.
April r... ..;...:.:. ..... -10.42 :::.'. \ 13.91
May „...10.52 10.56 10.51 10.52 10.58113.06
June .... .*:.. ..... .......... ..... 13.94
July '.;...... '.'..;.. ?..... 10.45 7 10.60 13.95
St.? Louts "Wool Market
7. ST." LOUIS. Sept. %: 29.—Market' weaker. Me
dium grades, combing.and, clothing. [email protected];!llght
fine. [email protected]; heavy fine, [email protected]; tub washed,
21'<7 2fi-.
Boston Wool Market
-: BOSTON. pt. 29.—The ? Commercial Bulletin
"will-say of the wool .market today:"-'-:
'Activity in the ; Boston -.wool • market • this
week • has • been more pronounced, and: of "clothing
wool in the grease it Is conservatively esti
mated . that at least 2.000.000 pounds »of j fine and
fine mediums have \ changed : hands. .-: In territory
wools there '; has % been ' a : demand for fine staple
and half blood .combed staple. Trices have shown
no advance ton -these % wools. 7' . -7*
'-, "In . fleeces ' there f has ■ been •a i good 7 demand
for wool below quarter?: blood at>■• firm* prices.
Odds , and ends of - bright wools ? have , also been
In fair demand, while a . fair amount of = scoured
wools suitable for : woolen .purposes • has ' changed
hands. Pulled wools are fairly 7active In B and
0 grades, the former." around 42. 7
: London Wool Sales ?
LONDON. Sept. 29.A miscellaneous selection?
amounting ;to > 14.005'? bales."** was ; offered * at X the
wool auction sales today.*';.- The demand Improved;
and =flne greasy merinos were iln selling favor.
New,- South Wales and ..Victorian greasy sold at
Is 2^jd. -'l Crosshreds were; well ? absorbed '? by % the
home trade; : 7;7'\7'7 ■■'".';' • ''- ', - 'XX
New York Coffee ' Market
Note—The usual ' coffee letter did {not come
through yesterday. '?t^TOnHJlllW^lAW____BSia^^§
; * ' COFFEE FUTURES *
Option— ! -Open High , Low * Close
October ;..'......." ..."..-;...•.. *„'..";.: 12.75 c
November :'... 77". . .'.... ...... : ...... ? 12.70 c
December ...... 12.45 c "12.65 c 12.45 c . 12.64 c
January ......... ...r. .....". ...;.. 12.49 c
February.........11.93c" 12.13 c 11.93 c 12.33 c
March ...... ." .:... ....... ...... 12.15 c
April ..." ...;....... . 12.15 c
May ..:.;.......11.94c 12.13 c 11.94 c 12.15 c
June ....."...;'.....'...r. v....-.-' ......*".'12.13c
July ............11.95c 12.11e M1.95c;• 12.1 ie
August ......... ..... ... .v; : ..... 12.05 c
: Sales— l72.soo bags. ? j; /
New York Metal Market
NEW > YORK. 7 Sept. 29.— Standard copper,
quiet; spot. September, - October. ■ November * and
December. 11.80fttl 1.90 c. London, firm; spot. £55
Is 3d; futures. £55 17s 6d. -* Arrivals reported; at
New '. York . today. 300 - tons. ■- Custom -. house : re
turns show exports 'of 24.000 ' tons 'so far :. this
month. •■ Lake copper. [email protected]; electroly
tic. 12:[email protected]^c: casting,. [email protected]
Tin—Quiet: spot and September, 39.15®39.75c;
October. ••- 39<239.60c: November;, 38.75 39.
December, [email protected] London,* easy;- spot,
£179 15s; futures, £173 10s.v : .r >
Lead— Quiet; 1 [email protected] New York; 4.30®
4.35 c East St. Louis. - London. £15. " .;,.' ■
Spelter—lrregular; "<■ [email protected] New York; [email protected]
6.25 c East . St." Louis. V London," £27 15s. ".
Antimony—Dull;; Cooksoo's. [email protected] 1 --:.*
Iron—Cleveland : warrants,* 46s ■ In - London. s? Lo
cally iron was . quiet. ■* No. .1 - foundry. northern.'
[email protected] 15.50: N0.2. [email protected]: No. 1 southern
and No. 1 southern soft, [email protected]
Naval - Stores—Turpentine and Rosin .
A SAVANNAH, Ga., Sept.' 29.—Turpentine—Firm
:at Ro®soi.ic Sales.? 548: receipts. -475;; ship
ments. 420; stocks. 37,293..*,*- -v « :
v - Rosin— Firm. -*• Sales,- 2,003: receipts.* ? 2.071;
shipments,? 2.402: _ stocks. 78.970. i Quote: B,
$6.15.* D. $6.20®6.25;' E. $fi.25*7?6.27 U, ; F. G, H.
I and K. $6.35; M, -. $6.40; N. $6.70; *WG,; $7;
WW. $7.25. ?,-...". - •-. • . X v s „--.
Weather Report |
? United; 7- States Department £of Agriculture,
weather bureau. San Francis**". September 29: -.
-."■Xy RAINFALL DATA 1-?^:?.?:
erg
o ..'
3 _
'oi
C.1
t
n '
c
5°i
Cg-i
tm S.1
STATIONS
«* ■»
Bluff i
imento ......... j
it Tamalpais ...
IT ,.«„.. !„,..,
Francisco.:.*.:...
Jose........;.''.-.'. j
1 0.00- ! 0.34 1.26 0.01
0.00 I 0.64 0.78 0.41
1.0.00 | .Trace 0.37 0.20
0.00 0.02 0.44 0.14*
I 0.00 Trace 0.28 0.05?
; 0.00 ,0.00 0.36? 0.0©
I 0.01 0.01 0.25 1.00
0.60 0.70 0.21 0.99 !
0.00 0.02 0.46 0.41
[ 1.20 1.22 0.05 0.041
0.01 0.13 0.05 0.06
no ';..*..';..:.....
pendenee :.'.....
Luis - Obispo.. :*r.
Angeles.;....:..
Diego ..vr ;'.".";.".;
7::7 7 "- PACIFIC ? COAST - STATIONS : ? - ?? 77
: In the I following table j the | maximum and. mini
mum temperatures and rainfall are riven-
51
rATIONS
;: 5 g" .'I? ,": "*
:- B. *. 2
, _• n -. a
it -,_, - ,-?,:•
2 B ■' c STATIONS
3 * S-
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if :
b E *'/' . ;?• '"-'■•::: ■'■■';
•• ? r.:# ■-- :. ....
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I
3 P a
" % It
„ 5- ?.
vi ST _
_ i _ MS
»i E ?A
_ € :-■
5 ri:
Baker ..|..l34|r;00
Boise 2.:...."". 168J46i' .00|
Del Monte.... 74 54 .001
Eureka •;.;.:. 60 50 -.00
Flagstaff ..*.. 66 50 1.20
Fresno r...r. 80 58 .01
Helena*...... 66 34 .00
Honolulu ;...; 80 72 .00
Independence; 66 46 ? .60
Kallspell:-'.-.".'. 56 32 '.00
Los Angeles.. 78 60 1.20
Modena ■ ■■.-."*."'.**. 56 48 '.92
Mt.VTamlpals 74 60 .00:?
North 1Head.*. 68 52 -.12
Phoenix yr.7.: 84 74 .18
Pocatello .... 72 38 .00
PC Reyes Lt. 60 52 .00
Portland /.;.-. 64 44 .00'
Redw Bluff.... .00
(Reno .-. .//:.. |72|42( .00
'Rosehurg l.rl 68 46 400
Sacramento*.. 76 54 .00
Salt Lake 60 52 -.48
San? Diego 76 62 -.01
'San Francisco 72 54 .00
;San Jose..;r: 82 44 .00
IS. L. Obispo.. 80 66 .00
iSE. Farallon. 58 54 .00
(Spokane rr. 64 38 .00
Summit:;.*.;;*. 59 38 -.00
Tacoma;-..rr; 66 52 .02
Tatoosh fr..:'. 56 60 .24
Tonopah: r.rr; 66 48 £2
Walla Walla. 68 48 .00
W*lnnemucca ft 74 34 .00
Yomafi'V.-Try. 94 74 .00
"i
7r A 7'?? X : EASTERN? STATIONS "X -".- X
'Hen* ."."-. 182172! .001 KnoxrlUa?.^ 90|72 56
Untie 1 Clty.|72|56!1.00] Louisville .82 70 .56
•ton /.'.'::*.•. i 56 44 .40 Memphis ..vt 90 74 .00
iffalo;.";."..*; 62 44 1.02 Montgomery .94 74 *.00
arleston ... 92 74 .oo||Montreal »...-. 42 40 .26
icago :;;::. 64 66 .06| Moortead 56*38 .00
aver .";.:.-.'. 72 54 -.01 New .Orleans. 90 76 : .09
* * Moines..". 68 54 .00 New York : 62 54 1 50
City... 16868 .04 North 3 Platte. 62 56 -^00
ilnth 777.777 46 38 .02! Oklahoma 'V.*. 94 70 '.00
irango j..^. 66 54 ,0ft! Pittsburg/..;: 76 60 .28
istport *..:;. 46 34 .04: Roswell •:..:; 88 66 .00
il vest on .... 88178 .06| St. Louis 72 72 f 00
een ?Bay.-.n 154 50 j .18; St.7Panl.rrr. 58 46 00
itteras ..;.;.~. 84 70 .03 Tampafrrrr.".' 90 72 -.00
ivrei...Trr. 168 84 .001 Toledo ?7777?r. 68 58 24
iron:»;..?';.; 72 42 .001 Washington ..82 58 .16
cksonvllle . 90 70 .00| Winnipeg jr.ir. 58 36 .00
insas City. .172 66 .00. ;
II
•ALASKAN AlfP: ASIATIC:' STATIONS
5itka 77^77X777777V777777T7777. :".-.y. :.. 156J401 .12
A •Afternoon report^of i,preceding day. ?. ' *
: ||* SYNOPSIS^ OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
Showers have >. occurred? In 5 southern California
in ; the | San ? Joaquin valley, in i the | Owens * valley
; and I also in j Utah. Arizona and ' southern I Nevada I
la • the I San | Gabriel valley the {'rainfall * has been*
heavy, mores than s one:; inch:; being s reported Sat
,' Pasadena *?-' and j Los r Angeles. The , rain § area is
I moving^very/--: slowly northward -.;>and>«cloudy
weather!with l light : showers i may be Vexpectedr on
i Saturday over most of California.
* The % weather Is J fair «in the I plains ''state**, ',. but
• showery ,v and * unsettled 4* east *of "♦ the J Mississippi"
• A well marked depression overlies \ New York and'
bas caused• high | southerly winds |on I the Atlantic
coast." 77 High * northwest winds are reported ?at
Pittsburg and Toledo. .*I?X -
« jAt Buffalo the • rainfall ? amounts to .1*621 inches
In the last' 24 hours.,
; :.:.- It »• is -? 24 •; degrees r colder ;in Kansas • and Mis
> souri. f •...■-:-»■-? ...--,':.■>- '-.*•?< ; - =
.- ..- ?. FORECAST v . * ",
:?'Forecast "for: the SO hours ending at *-. midnight
\ Saturday, 5? September * 30: .^I"X dh«%uSiW_iiaS-^^
-: Santa "Clara JI valley—Cloudy .Saturday; f light
showers; light-south wind.
I Sacramento valley—lncreasing cloudiness *on
Saturday, % with f light showers; | light | north| wind.
San Joaquin valley— " showers ? Saturday -
light south wind. Raisin trays should remain
stacked. • ?-?. -: - ' • v.. -..? SS &|S
California south - of '-, tbe .; Tehachapi—Cloudy
Saturday: - light showers in the, morning; ? light
; south wind. 7. __ I _ 2 - -7' - ■••
Army Transports
The Crook is! fa i port. *y
The:BUford Is -in port. "
Tbe Logan sailed September 5 for Manila.
-; The Sheridan left Manila September 15 for this
port. Sherman is la port. .
Tbe Sherman Is In port.
The Thomas Is at Mare Island. ;
7 The ;- Warren It at j Manila.; 1
CHINA ARRIVES
FROM FAR EAST?
Liner Brings Many Passengers
and Cargo, Which Includes
a Treasure and Raw Silk
HE Pacific Mail
liner .-];. China, - Cap
tain "; Emory * > Rice,
arrived .7? yesterday
from the 1 far '.' east
'with a large"num-"
■ ber of passengers
:; and 2,700 tons of
cargo. •? The?? cargo,"
part of it forilocal
consumption -7? and
the 7 remainder?? for
distribution to east
ern \ states,'. Mexico
and > Central Amer
, ica, includes ? ? cu
l rios, bananas, sake,
jute, v matting, .oil,.
rice and raw silk.
Of the rlatter! there
were 629 bales. There was also a large
shipment 'of treasure.' and shipments;of
pineapples, spices, sugar, tapioca and
teair.-.-.-.r'-'-f •■ '-'. • •-t7r7.y.fy.y : :,, -,r.y:. "•■'C'r7,
:;* Among the • passengers was : J. Handy,
a? Cl.icago newspaperman-, ? who Xis well
known* 7r in the * world 7of >~ sport *i as fs, a
champion; swimmer. ** He;! recently mar
ried-* the i? daughters of - Judge Tremaine
of j Cape I Breton, s N. -i S., • and "is*- returning
from r his 7 honeymoon. X" At > every s port
where the China stopped v Handy'- and
some ; \ fancy diving sa from *.-.- the r.J liner's
bridge. .: His wife did no diving, but
ioined him in -all; his; swims. -tf-Handy
ield the ten mile championship :i? for
three years. $He I won i his - first * big \ race
at the Portland " exposition 1905.
where he f gained 1 championship * honors
in' the quarter, half 2 and one* mil cX 7
, "Another*? passenger was Rene Theo
pile de s Quelin, an artist, who has been
in Japan { studying h the ; masters vof ■, the
island "kingdom > and ? their methods. '->
XH." Frankel, who runs % a vaudeville
house -in 1 ' Manila, was a passenger on
the"".China; He -is here in- search: of
talent.?'-' .-,-"" X-X7-7 .;.v...,-.- -yry- c.7- .'. y
The China was favored ' with - fine
weather all the way across;the. Pacific.
When the liner reached ; the wharf j the
tide was not favorable ( for docking, but
a little thing like that didn't bother
Captain who ran his ship along
side : as ? if *- it : -\ had_ been ;;' on -;■ rails, and
thereby won from a company official the
remark. "That's the k way Captain * Sea
bury used to handle the old ship.""? 'X":
X The China's passengers included:
From' the orient—J, Blcknell, Miss ; B.; Brooks,
Dr.: S. Blakely. Mrs. S. Brlggs, . Miss C. Brlggs.
William ' Clarke.* Miss A. Clarke, A. : Cox,- Mrs. A.
Cox. Charlie Chu. Mrs. M. 'de Voe. G. ; Duncan,
Mrs. • G." Duncan, R. Fry, H." Frankel, Fong - Hun.
Chang Hun, 3. Handy, y Mrs. J.|- Handy. > Leong
Kwong, . Mrs. *F. Leprieto, Mrs. L. Lyman, J.
Mattern, K.'Mlnato. Miss J. Murray.' G. i Marsh,
Miss M. Mlyaxawa. T. Nishikawa. Mrs. T. Nishl
kawa, Harry Orrell, f Mrs. ;M. O'Connell and In
fant. H. Ostrander, ?Rene;; de Quellp,* Miss M.
Ruiz. Mrs. 'C. Sanborn, Miss ;L. : B. Scott. ,E.
Shaw, T. Harrison,' Mrs.* B." Henderson. F. Ham-
Itsch. F. Hanltanl.. 17* Hlrao. Mrs. I.' Hlrao," • Mrs.
F. Hotta,* Chin Hung ; lp. Chuck : Jaw. ? Chu '■■ Un,
Mrs. .D. Johnston,-T.i Jordan, Mrs. T. Jordan,
Master Thomas Jordan,* Miss Bessie Jordan,. N.
Kellogg. Mrs. E. R. Kennedy * and j infant, rA.
Speakman, V. Stephens.- Miss -R. ; Sato,"- E. Tand
berg. Miss M.,Tytler,*'Mtss J. Turner, Jung Sing,
Mrs. t Jang Bhee, - Mrs. Low Shee, William . War
rener. S. Wesehler. J. West. Woo Chuen,
Wong Chong Yet, Sen Yin, Chung Quong Young,
FongfYuen.-.'-? ; - , '-=' „■,.... - :., 7 - ;:■; -■* .»-7.:-
--■-; Honolulu—M. H. " Benton, Mrs. . .T." ( K. Brown,
George Brown. A. Guild. 'A.-; J. Hllbert, Miss :E.
Hughes, L. Honlgsberger, Dr. J. E. ; Richards; 7
♦'The Kins*' Casts his Maiden Vote.
x Captain ."»Adrian".¥ Zeeder, ' commander
of . the liner Siberia and' known over the
seven " ; seas: as : "the 7 king." cast ? his
maiden vote the other day ? when he
deposited -a* ballot with a? cross opposite
the name "Jim" Zeeder was
born ; a subject<of; the late Queen Vic
toria, ; but many years/ago (became Ssa
citizen of ' the United i States.; He; there
by won . his right to vote, but. never
exercised the right until the other.' day.
"-He was not the only ; sallormanithat
voted for the elimination, of-McCarthy."
Captain -T. H.I Barber.7 who was 7 port
captain' of the state pilots until he -re
tired " about,? a : year * ago 5 and who has
been .confined ito his: bed Mori, the j last
nine months, insisted on getting- up and
walking to the?polls to oast a vote for
Rolph. Captain-Barber, is more than 80
years«old;- and*- he knows *a *- good man
for ; mayor when he sees; him. *
?7 ?: 'i\ Haa MlUton ? Dollar cargo.
?:The?^ Norwegian^ steamer "August;
Captain : Bjurck,*? which arrived here
yesterday 1 from Java, * brought a cargo
of sugar "valued :atvsl,oo,o,ooo. ; There
were 21,051 baskets.and-20,723 bags of
the". sweet V stuff, of >■ whichf.there was
9,000 7. tons Jin 7- all.-7 The 3.duty,"on-'this
cargo Will amount I; to about $300,000.
The sugar is consigned to the Amer
ican Trading ?■ company,", r and will be
discharged'?' at .: J the >';-,■- California 7? and
Hawaiian refinery at Crockett. *
?'.??■ Mnnehnrta^Has! Many Passengers. ,
«v The Pacific mall _ llnef:^ Manchuria,
Captain Andrew Dixon, left Honolulu
yesterday; for - this * port and-will t arrive
here next Thursday. The Manchuria's
cargo of * 6,600 tons Includes. 80 tons of
raw * silk. On board : the liner are ?99
cabin* passengers s from the- orient and
Honolulu and 200 Asiatics. »
Water Front X Notes*
i • Receipts:of *• lumber^ yesterday by sea !
amounted :to i 578,000 feet.
?" The" schooners'^Rosamond,' -. .-.*■ Captain
Thomas Peabody, arrived yesterday, 75
days a from Newcastle. Australia, with
1,493 tons?'of*coal. 4 i-It>' is "three years
since . Captain Peabody, who is one of.
the best known of the old: time Amer
ican masters, was here.r > ?5; "."7■ /yX
The Harrison line 7 freighter Cen
turion arrived at Queenstown yester
day, from this port.X. „
I Change, of Masters.
7 C. J. Holland has replaced Charles
F. Austin as i master^.: of the :,steamer
Axtec. .-. "-?::' 7-*?? - -'-A'-'X'^ -AA-'-/- A:'-X
Unrolled. .-.■.•.,'".•.■■ .■;'
" 7 The following vessels were"? enrolled
yesterday* at the custom house: ; ; ..-i;>
-> y Steamer' Samoa, M. J. Madsen master.
Steamer Brooklyn, Adam Donaldson,"
master. ; ■
By Wireless
Friday. September 29.:
STEAMER W. T. TCKHRTK—From: Monterey for \
-■ I Portland: ? Sept. 28. 8:p. t m.. 238 1 miles j off. Co
:: lumbia river; • strong northwest wind; moderate
sea. ■•.. . ■"' ■- '.. \ -. . . v'• I
STEAMER? EOSECRANB-^From's Redondo Beach j
m for San : Francisco; Sept. 28, 1 8! p. m.. off ,* Point
11 Arguello; | light northwest breeze; | smooth sea.
STEAMER OLETrM-f-HenceSept.^ 28 for Portland;
Sept. 29. 8 a. m., 34 miles south of Cape Men
;docino; northwest! wind; sea calm. j
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items ■of Interest; to 7 Mariners
of the Pacific -^§?
•"-'••'* '.' r -.-.---. ■-■'■'- ■-'—„•■ •_?,,,?'.- - -■'-:-■■■ -.: :■
* [Special Dispatch to The Call]
i EUREKA, Sept. 29. —Steamer Ravalli sailed
this ". afternoon at. i 5:15 J o'clock j for } San J Francisco
with 'a J cargo of; lumber and a consignment of
mall.' * ' .
The Norwegian tramp I steamer! Cusco.: Captain
Miller," 3,042 1 tons, has * been \ chartered Iby W. R.
Grace ft Co. to load redwood railroad ties at this
port 1 for the west f coast fof 1 America. The
Cuzco lls J now "j bound from Taltal to - San Pedro,
via Mansanillo. and Sis reported ito I have sailed
from S the * last 1 named r port. The r Norwegian lls
expected; here I shortly. . - ? .^SS«
The % steamers 3 Santa-* Clari ,-i and ■£ All lance k are
both I due \ at» this | port * tomorrow, the J Santa \ Clara
from* Ban* FYancisco ? and the Alliance from Port
land,: via fAstoria; and Coos \ Bay. The \ twoi steam
ers l' will % leave 5 port 1 Sunday ft afternoon,^ the Al
-1 lance abound* north? at 1 o'clock 1 and j the Santa
Clara bound south at 2 o'clock, sailing I from! the
' foot of I E '■ atreeXTWi^&^^mS^^^^^^^m
fs7 Mail arrived last evening on the steamer Pren
tiss 5 from % San "S Francisco s at i 9:30 1 o'clock.
Prentiss 1 put t Into }■ Fields *: Landing ± for; a S lumber
cargo, and I the S mail was received |at I thai post
office lin i this city at; 9 o'clock this 1 morning.
The 1 steamer h Bowdoln,^ Captain %,Tlbbetts, 4* ar
rived I this 1 morning i at % 6:15 $ o'clock g from *' San
Francisco, and la now loading at the Little River
wharves. '■ X/SBBtmWSImWm
SAN PEDRO, Sept. 29.—The Pacific Coast
company's I steamer Queen, Captain Alexander,
which 1 has 1 replaced the I steamer i State of I Cali
fornia on the i run I between | San | Francisco, Santa"
Barbara, Redondo • Beach I and; San ; Pedro, arrived
tonight 1 with „ passengers 1? and £ freight a and 1 will
proceed I tomorrow! for San Diego, ? touching f here
northbound -; on I lit ""T"—"* -_ rlnflTTrf HIIiMMM
The | British^ steamer Chancellor, arriving I yes
terday from Antwerp, completed 1 the I discharge
of J cargo; for J the i Crescent \Wbarf.' and -Warehouse
company and cleared today ; for ; San | Francisco,
carrying 1.000 tons of coal rand general cargo
for Balfour, Guthrie** i Co.i
The 1 steamer Vanguard l arrived 6 this morning,
out f three days I from ? Eureka via? San*. Francisco,
vwth i passengers \ and i freight \ t on the | West i Coast
'$*■&?-■■
'i^k ■ ■ '.■■■.■*." 7 .'.:■.'.. :■■ '„.,;'?■ ;.',.,
'. 5 I
Movements of Vessels From All Ports
Steamship company and. 370.000. feet, of lumber
for the Southern? California Lumber company. It
cleared for Beach tonight.'' ■ '-.
The steamer?,Yosemite completed the discharge
of fi?000 railroad ties t for";the ', Southern : Pacific
company and * cleared J today with - passengers, and
freight for the Merchants' Steamship* company
at* San Francisco and 700? tons of ; cement J and
125 tons of asphalt for dealers at Portland. ,
p The; steamer Carlos arrived this? morning, , out
five days from the Columbia river via San "Fran
cisco,** bringing passengers and 850.000 feet of
, lumber for various i consignees. \.:. • * * -
?ai The : steamer Doris completed. the I discharge of
1 a partial cargo of lumber for the Southern e Call-
I fornia Lumber i company k and f. cleared .-today i for
: Redondo • Beach with balance >of s eargo.V*.XX <X
'-. i After dropping»a «log * craft; containing; 6,000.
--000 j feet *of lumber at . San { Diego. 0; the J tug I Her
cules _: arrived tt today, *! took i the ' schooner * Hugh
Hogan in : tow;? and"cleared sfor »" San Francisco.
The. Hugh Hogan will go In drydock. ; ' •
The I steamers Yellowstone /finished; discharging
800,000 feet of lumber and ties, and clesred to
day .7 carryings 300 ■;. tons; of .- cement > for I Portland.
It -* will '. call t at -5 San - Francisco 4 for J inspection. *?**
. „The i steamer ': James - S.'C Hlggins v has arrived.
out ; three days ': from * Mendocino : via * San c Fran
cisco, ".' carrying passengers i and ft freight } for i the
West Coast Steamship company and 400.000 feet
of - lumber J for J various | consignees. l.' •. •-. *" v7i"y -'-..
I ft. The steamer Shoshone I completed ■> the, discharge
of '720,000 f. feet? of railroad *. ties - for the Salt
Lake, and Southern Pacific companies and cleared
today ;; for > the Columbia i river, in * ballast Jto re
load.? It will stop at Santa Barbara to discharge
4,000 railroad*ties.>-7 >-. .:?'"7--"/' ""■'•■ "A* '-'■:i-"-r 'X;,-;
<. The * steamer » Norwood \ will * return -t. tomorrow
from San Diego, and after taking passengers and
freight will - clear,*- for ;' Grays, Harbor ; via San
Francisco to * reload. .-.'.*' '■ •' •* &**--> *-i
'.: After having been cleaned and repaired at the
drydock '-■ at Long ? Beach, the - steamer Sehome
sailed |in ballast \ for 'the; Columbia * river,-* where
she i: Is Z under *, charter; to ; load*» 850,000 * feet: of
lumber for Callao, j Peru. : .'•;■-"->"- > x 7
'. y The steamer; Pan s Jacinto,, completed « the -. dis
charge of . 350,000; feet >of lumber' for 5 the F.. ' K.
Wood * Lumber company .* and cleared * for Ventura
to - discharge ; s 150,000 - feet at that port, i.thence
for Columbia river to reload. -.X/?'"---* :':-.- 7. ;!v? ...-■'?
*..« Launched July 13 at t the shipyards: of; Rogers
& Greenock ."at? Glasgow. Scotland, .; the new
steamer Robert* Dollar,*; largest ■*- and I*latest sof
the ; Dollar " Steamship ' company's ?■ fleet, J arrived
this: morning.:»56 j days <: from i' Antwerp via * Ten
don, .• under command < of* Captain iR. • L. 7 Morton.
It : carried. 6,000 tons "of i miscellaneous cargo> for
San , t Pedro, ■-- San " Francisco," Seattle < and ;.* Van
couver. B. '« C. The cargo consists -of; steel, coke,
general merchandise, iron, >i bone meal, whisky,
etc; After ; the i steamer-. completes : discharge 'at
this port it ? will proceed toi San i Francisco, where
4,000 tons* will>be discharged, Including; 1.000
tons of coke. "The* Robert .Dollar iis a'vessel at
3,420: tons, with 3a * gross i cargo I capacity of; 8.800
tons. V Its length *Is - 425 '■ feet, ? breadth 354 rfeet
and depth.of hold 29^4 feet and Its engines have
an Indicated horsepower 7of ; 2,500. 7. It Is the
largest by ; 2,000 [ tons of I the vessels of the Dol
lar ■» fleet, i and was ;.* named for v Robert Dollar,
president of the owning company. Melville Dol
lar, representing. the , company, will, arrive here
tomorrow on > the; steamship Yale to look over
the new? steamer. , "-.*'■
fe PORTLAND, i Sept. Laden with ? cargo for
Portland, the steamer Northland.! Captain Bodge,
sailed •; last night from k San % Francisco.: 1; It has
cement and general cargo for Oak street dock. : N
To complete Its cargo of wheat for.: the United
Kingdom, ? the German ship . Alexander Irenberg
shifted -from Montgomery dock No. 2 to the
Oceanic dock at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon.
; In ballast and carrying passengers; the steamer
Washington,. Captain > Wlnkel. arrived * from 5 San
Francisco at 10 o'clock last night and.proceeded
to the Multnomah box factory, wbere.it will load
lumber for San Francisco. .;-:" ■\\yy.yy.-y-ry,-
Wheat will be | started in the• British steamer
Strathness at 4 Montgomery dock No. 2 tomorrow
morning. It Is under charter to t Kerr, Glfford
& Co.'*..-"-: ?-- -■-"■■"-;-"w-" 77 '7' "'-"-.'' ..- 'XX;- :7"
'■&* The f British i ship Torrtsdale. Captain Fraser.
finished its cargo ef* wheat today and probably
will leave ?tomorrow,morning.: It is under char
ter to G. W. McNear. 7X. - ; -'-"':.:-:- ■'.:;,-'~.-, ■=?
While on Its way up from Astoria this morning
the Port of Portland 1 towboat Ocklahama had tits
house damaged on the starboard; side -In, collision
with the : towboat; C. M. : Insinger. belonging %to
the; Star . Sand ' company. Tbe , accident occurred
about a : quarter s of, a < mile 1 below the(Portland
flouring mills. The Ocklahama was able |to . con
tinue Its work. 7;- ; * ";?^-"? ■ . ,""'' X.."7AX 747
A TACOMA. Sept." 29. Arrived—British steamer
Bellerophon,*;.Ll : t steamer , St. Helens. San
Francisco; steamer Virginian, »• San r; Francisco;
steamer -Watson.'. San •Francisco..;:;'.; ~ i*- i' 77-*
:S- Sailed—British'- steamer t Belle *, of/ Spain, west
coast : : schooner Winslow, San 'Pedro. .'"''.
SEATTLE. Sept. 29. Arrived—Steamer 1 Wat
sou, San Francisco; uteamer I'matilla. San Fran
cisco; ': •*' steamer ?:* Northwestern, .-": southwestern
Alaska.-' •%. t- „ „■;?;-,.-. .. . -.-<■• ._•-:
■' Salled^-fSteamer J? Governor. ■«; San ?; Francisco;
barge; Big Bonanza,: Prince R_pert.,* ? "",,;;.*,.??
yX ASTORIA.7 Sept. 29.- Steamer - George* -' W.
Elder/sailed;* today*? for / San ' FYancisco'. and; San
Pedro, with freight .'and? passengers.;?. 5." ? X:
>y Steamer: Golden I Gate i sailed f. this > morning: for
Tillamook with freight 'and passengers. 7?. iX
77 American-Hawaiian " line '7 steamer - Falcon 3 ar
rived this morning* from fiSan;. Francisco: with
freight from "Atlantic!coast ->oint.«. -7 v??^ *
7*i Puget sound tug Goliah, which 'returned yester
day : from i Prince > Rupert.'; has been: ordered ?to • re
port at ■ Astoria for service:at 'the;mouth. of tre
Columbia- rlYer:7X>?;;.;;- 7 ' :.Hy: : y ..;.*-:.'7.-77x77
~y British -; steamer; Anerley is due to arrive -from
Tacoma on: Monday and ' will load ' lumber' at 1 the
Hammond ) mill. \ ':y::77r\-ry >;7 ' X--;..;7.-7
--■,'SSteamer Sue JH. ' Elmore arrived * this ! morning
from Tillamook , with freight 'and ".passengers.* 3 *'
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
iTO ARRIVE
'-
From'
ii;
I Date
Hongkong' via ; 8. Pedro Bessie i Dollar."; Sept.1 30
Glasgow ft ; Honolulu.. .iCrwn of Castile Sept:* 30
Los Angeles....::..;;. Hanalel ?:....:; Sept. 30
San Diego< ft Los v Ang. Harvard ;...:;; Sept. 30
San Pedro'ft Way Porta Coos * Bay ;;7.* r; Sept.; 80
Portland ft Astoria..r. G. W. Elder.'n Sept.-; 30
New York via Balboa.. G. W. Fen wick Sept.1 30
I Grays Harbor'-;;...'.:.; G. C.' LlndauerjOct. 1
Jam ': Angeles »:*.;.*.; l.*.t; Yosemlte *..".:r;lOct.W 1
Mendocino ft Shel. Cove Sea5\Foam :-~. ..:|Oct. 1
Seattle; direct v.:^"..:; Governor;■ ;.fr;*; Oct.;; ■ l
Seattle"* Tacoma ;..'; Buckman' ..**.;. (Oct. .vl
Coos * Bay. . V." .*.*.'.;.;:'. Redondo;/.'.'.".;" Oct. 2
Humboldt *".'r..";.:r:.:. Santa Clara f.;*. Oct. 2
San Diego 'ft Los; Ang. Yaler.rr.-.'.'r.".". Oct. 2
Mexican Ports 5.T.*":;"..'. Curacao I■'".'. ''.11 Oct. 2
Portland^ ft Astoria ;.*;. Bear ,.;.....:.; Oct. 2
Los 5Angeles;.'.■*.:.*:.•.;.': Beaver;--rr.'..;. Oct. 2
San Diego ft Way Ports Queen -;;:..... Oct. 12
Sal. Cruz ft San Diego. Mexican ". TT.*.'*. Oct. 2
Willapa Harbor r;t rr..': Qulnault »"''.*: :*rr; Oct. -; -; 2
New York via Balboa.. Newport-*ir:?r. Oct,'-^8
Humboldt;,"...:........ City of Topeka. Oct. v 3
Los Angeles t:v*;.;:.;; Coronado "...*.';: Oct. 4
Honolulu ;.::.;-.".■:.:-:. Lurllne^;r;.*:..(Oct. 4
Puget^ Sound j Virginian 5;•.*.*.: Oct. 4
Los Angeles .**fT.':T. r. :*. Harvard '. Oct.; 4
Los Angeles .......... Carlos *.;..;... Oct. 5
China * ft I Japan (Manchuria *..*.. Oct. .;.-. 5
San Diego ft San Pedro G. W. Elder... Oct. 5
Portland ft' Astoria:*.*.'. (Falcon -.......; Oct. - A 5
8eattle ■> ft iTacoma..";:. (Watson ;.'.:.;.; Oct.* c 5
Point Arena ft 'Albion..\Pomov;-...•.";;:; Oct.' 5
Honolulu;*......:.,.;.. tHyades ';.;•:;.:: [Oct. 6
Los!; Angeles .*.*.;::.:.*; Yale ..;.;f.T;~. Oct. 6
Sal.* Cruz via San Diego, I Nebraskan f.".TT1 lOct. 6
Puget' Sound Ports |Umatllla Oct. 6
San Diego ft ! Way Ports'Governor fr.rrr.*; Oct. 6
Willapa 5 Harbor ...^.t; Santa Barbara. Oct. 6
Hamburg fti Way |Ports'Aclllaf..;..~:. Oct. 7
i Antwerp ; ft London. ...IRobert > Dollar.""; Oct. 7
Newi.York * via' Balboa. .(City of >% Para i Oct. 7
TO
-"~;'
Date j
Steamer
5 I j Destination jj Sails
Sept. 291 Rainlerfe a.T?;T-.(Coquillc^Rlv;112am fl««;
Sept:! 29ICty of Panama)Willapa Har 12 Mm i21*l
Sept.129 Roanoke |;;r.-.*. Balboa F.Vrr; 12 m 42
Sept. 29|Beaver Portland ... 10 am SlSg
Sept. 29 Queen Amelia.(Los Angeles. 11 lam 40 B
Sept.-30 Elisabeth ...V. Sydneyj.'.vr. 1 pra Jr.'?
Sept. 30!Brooklyn (Coquille Riv. 4 spm «'4»
Sept. 30 Claremont WTZT. Portland ... :5pm 27
Sept. 30Cltyiof; Topeka Humboldt ..(11 am hll
Sept.'30 Aztecjr?T?..*."v: Balboa **T".t:: J12 m 42
Sept. 30 North Fork.T4 Humboldt ..( slipm 38
Sept.130 Phoenix frr**?"; Humboldt .. 1 pm sl9?
Sept. 30 Harvard*t:rrr. Los Angeles. I 4 pm faXl
Sept. 30 Br'str* Senator London %TX1T. ! rrtrri fhv
Sept." 30 G. W. Elder... San Diego... 7 pm 513"-
Sept. 3<" Presidentf.™r.™* PogetJ Sound 2 pm bS|
Sept, a 30 M. F. Plant... Puget|Sound 3 pm U7.&
Oct. llYosemlte Portlandfr.**: 10 am 51
Oct.Wl Hanalel | r.TT™ Los Angeles. 3 pm 10
Oct. 1 Pomosrf.T^T.T.IPotntTArena: 6 pm mSi
Oct. 2 Governor San Diego.-?. ;3'pm t!8|
Oct. 2 Coos i Bay .•:..:.lSan";Pedro."T: 14" pm {11*
Oct. 2 Y*\»ynrTT77r. Los Angeles. I 4'pm txTl
Oct. '3 Salatls .;....'. Hamburg ..: 12 ro( J*!t$
Oct. '3 Beaver ..(Portland ..; 12am 40
Oct. 3 City Puebla. Puget £ Sound 2 pm ■£•!
Oct. 3 Centralis Los Angeles. ( tlfpm }2if
Oct. f i| 3 Norwood . (Grays § HarbrllO ' am' f 55H
Oct.; 3 Cheballs 1 :t."TT. Los r Angeles, i 2 pm rt^T!
Oct.-#3 Fifleld»fr?rfr. Coquille Riv.l tnjpm IS
Oct.'i';4 Hornet $V?7t7T. IPnget Sound! 5 38
Oct.' *!4 Santa? Clara :r. Humboldt . .110 ami 1131
Oct.-i¥4 Siberia f.Ti*rn*. Hongkong IT. 1 pmj 421
Oct. 4'Buckman Pugetfi Sound SJpm Kfi
0ct.'IS4 BeaciRT^TTrr.' Los?Angeles; 11; am. 40 f
Oct. 4(Sea Foam Mendocino fr; "4tpm fc8S
0ct.'ft?'4 Harvard ......San I Diego,.. 4pm pLlg
Oct. 4;Coronado ■';::;'.; Grays* Harbr 3 pm #21$
Oct. ,-,5 Chancellorfirr; Victoria |?rr? crtTTi rrfS
Oct,'S5 QueeairrfrSTTT. sDiego;*?: 2pm p»|
Oct. ; 5'Quinault Willapa v Bar 5 pm( |27i
Oct. 5 0. C. Llndauer Grays £ Harbr ?l*pm rffj.
Oct. 5 Redondo-rrTiTr; ICoos Bay p; f ! "fivfl j ."f:^,
Oct. ft CarlosW?V^f?t Portland ... <5jpm|27|
Oct. 6G. W. Elder.. Portland B3?S 10 am |13|
084."«6 Santa! Barbara. Angeles. 1 pm) ;5l|
Oct. 8 Yale San Diego... [4jpm(l,7|
K^.TO I SAIL FROM j SEATTLE g
■Prf
ggWBS, Destination SUM I i^ Steamer 11 Data if
Nome"* St. ..(Northwestern ..jOcL 1
iNorasi direct.... 8*uator#;Tr:TH Oct. 4
Southeastern Alaska.. .City of i Seattle. Oct. 4
* Skagway ft Way Ports. I Humboldt t™rr;JOet.lP 5
Nome i direct r.; .r.".'rrr. (Victoria rr.-lrOct,! 15
j .-«»'»< -.?„,;. .._■...............,_.................
L,
Sun, i Moon and Tide
United« States coast « and \ geodetic survey—Time 1
v and ' heights- of i tides at t Fort * Point. For city j
.i. front " (Mission * street i wharf > f add $ 25; minutes. -, ;
SATU
V.
:r so
a rises 7'y.\7'.'."7777T. 7: f.:..:.:.'-.:."."...; . "•■ 6:0"»
I ;-. sets '7,777.7, ;;'..-.'-....-'. i ;:::..•:..;..":..; -5:36
on"• sets'»;..;.'..*. .v.t 7T?Z7T?7ir?: ".'':.. 11:01 p. BK
lot I quarter J moon. '.'.September 30,' at 2:59 a.: m.
II moon... October 7. at 8:02 p. m.
st quarter ;; moon .':;*'.*. October 14. at 3:37 p. m.-,
30.., 7:33: 4.2 10:58' 3.SI 4:12 "i4.'4»■;;.':
Oct L * WI vi *v| H W *--:-•-" L "Vtr\ '•'Al'. H 5W.
1.. 0:00; A 0.7 8:1S| 4.4111:30! f 3.9? 5:45
2.. I 0:54? 0.7:8:521 -J 4.6 il:43 X .7:01
3..| 1:40 -0.71:9:15!;?4.8 2:27 73.208:05
4.. 2:24 0.7 9:351'"5.0 3:04- % 2.6-: 8:57
5..I 3:10 0.71,9:581 '5.2 ,3:42 .2.0 9:45!
«..| 3:531 .0.8 10:22175.4 4:27' 1.4 10:27
(Timel |Time
fp i ' ] -Ft r !
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United States : branch 'hydrographies of flee. Mer
;'?-'-" chants' : Exchange, - San ; Francisco;: September
v?: * 29. 1911. ■«?■■'?:'-"i<JS-'*, >.V-y /7--7 yi -*:?-,. -,-V 1' ■; ".';*'
'"? The s time < ball -on '• the ?? roof of " the 'i Fairmont
hotel- was dropped * today exactly at noon.: Pacific
standard " time (120 th r meridian), *or at '. Bh. 00m.
008.;,Greenwich^meani time..- o-. ■•-.vv - >
>«•?- i -7 -*" - ' --<i:B. ?G. -. BARTHALO ■7 *
. - Lieutenant, ;U. S. N., -in charge.
AX."- HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE X ?_ ' J
"at mean low.water.';entrance"; to harbor.
tug.
I:::::::::::::::::::::::
R.
26
westward' ■' from •- Just
N. whistle a buoy.
Steer t NE. % E. from
main channel. ■; ■■-•:
1
str;
Buoys N. (
2%. S. 4,
of :
%;'mlle" south
'; 200 ft. wide.
straight'E%N'
, 0.:C.«3;;N:
4, W. 6, gone.
tw.
1-1'
.1
Hmbldt
! 18
i
:ralght :, channel ;-■• now
leads with buoy No.
in range with fog sig-
nal r dwellings. <: South
channel - shoaling. f-";- j
o change in channel. |
o' change in i channel. I
epth In idredged chan-
II.
Uannel 'well;;
and narrow.
to
? ? IT. S. Branch Hydrographic Office yy-;
7'A -.branch* of rthe United States :hydrographic
office, * located *In the * Merchants' Exchange, *is
maintained iln | San : Francisco for i the - benefit' of
mariners; -without regard to nationality and free
of 'expense; 2 Navigators are cordially invited to
visit I the :of flee;- where ja I complete set lof i charts
and 'sailing.- directions' of ', the,. world are - kept lat
hand for comparison and, reference and the latest
Information I can B always be obtained I regarding
lights, dangers to navigation' and : matters .of ; In
terest .to ocean:commerce. ■ ■-'-■ • y.---,.y-r-r jr
rr ; **"' B. G. BARTHALOW. ,-".
- ;> Lieutenant. U. -S.N.", in cbarga,
PIER?DIRECTORY ;
X NORTH fOF MARKET STREET
Pier 3.'.:.7 Washington Pier 17.........Uni0ni 1
Pier '-. tt.'.. .".-.: Jackson Pier -, 19.-..;.*..*. Union • 2
Pier, 7..;.*.....: Pacific Pier 21 .....;.". ; Filbert
Pier; 9.». Broadway l!Pier 23.'.;. .Greenwich;i
Pier 11..?. .Broadway 2 Pier 25..:. .Greenwich 2
Pier 13.';.;../; Vallejo Pier 27.;.;:.. Lombard
Pier; 15 ...'. V:.'.. 7 Green I Pier ,51 77.7.... .* ■ Powell
'.. ;y 7 south ;of; MARKET street 7:-* ■
Pier 2.".'. .*.:". Mission 1 Pier 124.:r.'.,*.W; 3 Spear
Pier? 4."..... .Mission 2 Pier:28."..... ...: . Main.
Pier 6.:,;... Howard 1 Pier 34 ..*..;..". Beale
Pier. 8. .Howard 2 Pier 36."....V.*\ Fremont
Pier 10..'.. Howard 3 Pier 38 ......... First
Pier? 12.:.....F0150m-?,*l Pier 40 1 .-- -**-* - .*\ ;
Pier 14.7.... Folsom , 2 Pier 42 VP. M. S. S. Co.
Pier! 16.......; Harrison Pier 44 J ;?.•-"■.
Pier 20..'.r.".V Steuart Pier 54 777777.: Fourth
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
-':■ *'" .'A •■■";..'• ARRIVED .\ : - .tX'.; Axx 7
•%? ,':?■:. ;- :;;-v?«??r;Thursday. September' 28.
10:30 p. m.. Nor stmr Christian Bors. Hills, ,65
days: from Norfolk, via -jj Punta * Arenas; 28 days;
6,000 ions coal to U. S. government! s;r '•::<. '• i '-'
c;.»lo:so'p.'-m.;?Ger?/<tmr-Salatls: Yon Appen. 3
days from Tacoma-f put Into finish loading. -. ?.--V
t - ■■-.;-":-.. - Friday, September? 29. v
*'.-. 3:10 p. m.. schr Albion, ' Olsen. .10 1 days" from
Coquille river,; 106,000 feet lumber,to,Robert Dol
lar company. • .'■.;-• ■* .?.-., ■'.- .:•.-"'??'
-& 1:5" .' p. , m.. stmr' George W. Fen wick,» Miller,
13 days 4 hours from; Balboa, ballast to Califor
nia and : Atlantic. Steamship s company.';". - i.A ;■:■'■ '
H| 125 p.* m.. stmr China. Rice,: 28 days 115 hours
from? Hongkong, via-Yokohama 17 days 4"' hours
and Honolulu 6 days: passengers ?and merchan
dise to' Pacific ? Mail ; Steamship company?" *i* "/•».
pi 2:15 p. m.. '; stmr President, Thomas, . 23? hours
from:. San Pedro: % passengers, and .• merchandise ,to
Pacific Coast Steamship company. '. "- - .
*f; 3 p. ro.. bktn S. G. Wilder. Bennett, •10 days
from Ballard; 750.000 feet lumber to J. H. Bax
ter;* up driven direct; I*--:; -:-y -.; -, ->: •-'- -. *?*:.:-:- 7 .-■
Y 7, 3:20 -p. m., schr', Honoipu. '.. I>angfeldt. 27 * days
from Hana; . 16,262 ; bags sugar :to j Williams, . Dl
mond A Co. y,7< ' ■■'.. '-.. - :.',:• y'~?-'** >"-?)• tt".*.! '7
3:50 p. m.. stmr Claremont. Christenson. *22
hours from Port San Luis; ballast to Hart- Wood
Lumber company. 'V »-7. "■.'■■• 7% -7- ::''f:*-7"'-■•*„'
■ *'-: 11 ;a. ;; m.. stmr.' Catania. > Canty,. 48" hours from
Astoria; ballast to Standard Oil company; 'up
river: direct. :7'CX:-" ''■'>'-,7 -' ■■-" ■'•'.-*;"^7.-•-<""'■■
*74 ■p. m.. - stmr City : of Puebla. J Hannah. 56
hours 5. from I Victoria: i etc.' : < passengers J and; mer
chandise to 5 Pacific Coast; Steamship '.company."^}? |
-'-'c. 6:30 p. m., stmr Bandon,* Rosenblad;t47i hours
from : San \ Pedro;', ballast ito A. F. Estabrook. -,
--?i?B;a.*^m.if stmr Rosecrans, Johnson,*; 34* hours
from -.'Redondo i Beach; ballast :to Associated* Oil
company. ■?;,. ri^Ty.X.'-9"...-': '77777': V7..*XXX*« Xy^Xtj.
: !il:13 p.' m.. stmr?Fort Bragg, Hlggins. 42 hours
from i San .Pedro;;ballast- to C. • H. • Hlggins: 5™,1.; %
'■:A 1:20 1 p. m., stmr,; laqua?; 1"; Self, ,23, hours i from
Eureka;; 612,000. feet • lumber, to ; Eastern, Redwood
company.'".?:-;: 7? ?X?'X?'.7' %V'- rX'.-";V/~'; yy.y-r. 77
*"* 9:30 a.'.:m.,!stmr Yale. -McFarland. l"Vi hours
from San * Pedro; * passengers j and merchandise to
Pacific-Navigation s company.; 7X ■' *:*£.*::.
HS7' a. m.. schr: Rosamond?Peabody ,* 4 75 days from
Newcastle, Aus., 1,493 tons - coal.' to J. & A.
Brown. ' "* .
-+"7:10 a. m.. stmr Pleiades,'* Armstrong.^ 15 s days
23 > hours , 241 minutes j from j Balboa.'i via | San * Pedro
34: hours ;45 *? minutes; ', merchandise to j Bates... A
Chesebrough; »i- T%-»...?,;-.- X-y.c ■■ -7-777 -y.7-7,-y%- .- ;-y.'s .-.-, 7.
:j i 9:05 ja. m., X stmr, Fifield,": Jensen,' 41 hours : from
Bandon; passengers and merchandise to A. 7F.
Est a brook. * * . t
VK 6:2O .' a. m.. Nor .stmr August ; Bjurch. ..56 days
from Sourabaya, vvlaMoJL.24 days; 21.051 baskets
and 20,723 bags sugar to American Trading com
pany. :r-77-7:if y-yy^y. 7 .s-^f-wF;:
it 8:80 J a.i m.. : stmriWblttler. ? Seaman. 20 if hours
from » Port : San » Luis; * 10,000 ■ barrels oil > to Union
Oil company. ■' ' -'■"-*•'-■ ■'•"•' .'.7:--7. ':-.'> r'7-'.:.'-■■'■
8:45 *a. t m., stmr? National J City. Bostrom, 16
hours from' Fort Bragg; lumber to, Union 1 Lumber
company; jup river .direct.'- 'y '-.:■.. ,v-...tv*. 7 >"-.-* ?.*..
--■ 4 a. m., bktn 'Mark iWlnkalman; [ Chris toff erson,'
10 days from Everett; 578,000 feet lumber,to' the
Charles Nelson company. ' „ , ? 7 -
I* ft » a. m., stmr Albion. ±Ny man, ilO j hours l from
Timber cove; 8,000 j ties to the Richardson com
pany. 7" '• .._._ I__ <■_.. '■''.' 7.' .w, _. \
«-; 5:20 a.' m.. stmr * Nana > Smith. Olsen,*"33 hours ?
from i Coos J Bay; '* 1,615,000 ; feet : lumber ,* to; C. A. '.
Smith Lumber company. *": 7 7?'--'■•* 7%*-'.'. y '■'-'-->.
-7--7V7--.'-:77.y.-\.'y7 7clearedX'X- -■; x *',X? ;7
, Friday, ? September-29.X?
'"■7 Stmr Yale. f McFarland? ... San Diego; Pacific
Navigation? company. . ' ** ■ • ..
mStmr President. Tliomas, Seattle: Pacific Coast
Steamship; company: .... ..: N
mt StmrrAstec," Holland,?Ancon; via Corlnto; iPacific
Mail Steamship company. - . „ = ■ .*.;
Nor stmr Guernsey, Soreasen. • Nanalmo.'/B.IC;
Pod well & Co.
Br stmr Queen. Amelie. McKay, Sydney 'and
way ports; Australian Mail line. -7 - ■ „;-
y'yy7- <A- y- . SAILED 1 / •' -' . ■ .
"*: "•,--. > '- Friday, 'September 29.'.
>'- 3 p. m., stmr, San Pedro, Bendixson. Coos Bay?,*
9 5:30 p. m., sttor fAlcatras^.Johanlssen,^ Green
wood. > • :•■'*■
lfF4.-10lp.fm.*','stmr.,Yale; McFarland. San Diego.
etc.w§r„ -- — ; - t"ja»*m
5:30 p. m., stm^Newburg, Hagen. Grays Har
•bor.iafe-/ "^"-A< "■"- -' » ."' •"%»%&£&
■■6:20. p. m..'^tmr ■: Gualala. > Martinson. Delmar
landing. , ' ....-.<:
'fed «:30 p.* m., stmr Grays Harbor, Johnson, Grays
Harbor. . • - •• * "'" -•-' - .
7***3 p. m., stmr Point Arena, Fngerstrom,*
Shelter cove^77XX ?: ?;■■ ''~y^7mwgos&mßi^^i
SP.7:so3p3m.t?stmr* J. J. Loggie, Johnson, Eu
reka. . -' -*:-, <.' '--*.' ,:*
Wi 9:10 Ip. m., | stmr 1 Noyo, Swanson,a Fort I Bragg.
1:43 'p. m.. stmr (CityJ of Panama. f Allman, An
con and way ports. - > - *
11:30 ;a.** m.. Btmrjßeaver.l Nelson. San; Pedro. -
ky 10:45 ;a. m., stmr i Roanoke. Jessen. Portland.
11:10 ;a. m.,7 stmr Santa Clara. McLellan.lfiu-'
retmpmsmstt '-•* ; . '.#^*@3'
|Kft:4«Mp2«tt.^fstm>i ß 2Nevßdan,s.Wrlgbt,,r>Sallna
Cruz. ' . - t •".
|Mp&. ; a.::, t passed ,' AT sea o^m^^m
By bktn j Mary,»Winkelman^-Sept.*; 29. s bktn i S. G.
Wilder, from I Ballard 1 for ." San f Francisco; Sal three
masted schooner.'outside. .: --. , - -- '*%s!3&£**'
j^i^-MtSMiTELEGRAPHIC | *'--^^j
Hi POINT LOBOS.f Bept;l 29, 10 p. m.—Weather
tiazv; wind i NW: velocity 10 ?m lies an hour.^^W
M**s&>*v. WEATHER REPORTS " 7*«iis^B
; POINT : LOBOS, Sept. 29, 9 a. m.—Thick:
calm. RKYES, Sep«^Ba7f^^^ear;lwind
POINT REYES, Sept. 29. S a. m.—Clear; wind
KW; velocity 16 • tuiles*dn ?-"^S^^^^^
AUCTION SALES
-_ _. : ;■■;'■"■ "• ■-•.--- -.: i 7 :';.''._i^^_^^w>lx^x
:E. CURTIS
AUCTIONEER '^'
;.-■.; Office 4 and ■=-' salesrooms, -"."cor.:; Van Ness '. ■■ and
i Sacramento - (former ;,• Walter : building).. ? Phones: >"
! Franklin: 2264, Home i CCOS3; residence. 806: Ash
bury, i {.-7'y A"7'A' ]-A A- ""<". A- "•' r■ ■"
FOR SALE
t 10 large C Mares -: and XlO "J large ! Horses; also
7 Wagons and .Harness. suitable : for I ranch.:
11 KISSLINO ST. .. . !
if — = IflUffl . CLASS HORSES
JfflL AT AUCTION
€/% ft*. MONDAY EVENING
/fcSF^llK___i OCTOBER 2D, 1911
W^^iP^E^ At Chase's Pavilion
478 Valencia St.
■■■|Fx a"* Prof. Heald, 2:09^, a high
; I" '" ■'•'"''" '-y* *'* '•■-. -1 .'class - racehorse, and* three ■
other Vconsigned by Mr.". A. Ottlnger.- who Is
retiring from the .sport: r Scott MeKlnney.*. a
i registered stallion by the great > MeKlnney: eight
broodmares, standard and : registered, . from :, the
Molera' Ranch. Monterey;s.Dlctatua>. winner of
the $1,500 purse at Sacramento this year: Siesta.
Borena • D.. and other - f ast : ones;; splendid "road
horses, good saddle • horses, > work teams s and sin
gle drafters. : The best sale of the year. s Cata
logs : now; ready. ; FRED H. CHASE A CO.. Live
stock .-Auctioneers,; 4781 Valencia St., San Fr«_-
Cisco.'.:",;'.. \-777y ';''..-7: __^_____________
."-">' FARALLONES. Sept.: 29, 8 a. m.—Clear; Wind
X; "velocity> 12 1 miles aa hour. 7- ■■■•■', ■'*.
-.-.TATOOSH.* Sept. ,29. 8 a. m.— Cloudy: wind
S; velocity 11 miles an hour. '-„, -.', •
POINT LOBOS. * Sep*. 29. 112 r m.—Thick;; wind ;
velocity 6 miles an hour. - ..
■ POINT- LOBOS, Sept. 29. I p.m.—Hazy; wind
NW; velocity 6 miles an hour.■■•■'.."■,■ -
\*s&a&£*J.> rtA DOMESTIC PORTS \ *".
> REDONDO k BEACH— Arrived - Sept. , 29—Stmr
Coronado.- hence Sept. 27.' ?'
• POINT ' LOBOS—Passed Sept. 29. 112 m.Stmr
Santa Monica, : from Eureka for San Pedro; stmr
W.H. Murphy,- from Eureka for San Pedro;
stmr; Marshfleld, ? from Union landing for Redondo
Beach. - :-:- *.-■*.• -X '. •'■< .-" ■■■ 7. . _ '■■*
SANTA -i BARBARA— Arrived Sept. 29—
Queen.™ hence Sept. 28. and sailed for San Diego.
•■■ LUDLOW—Arrived* Sept. Stmr ; Fairhaven,'
from Astoria.? vtf -?-» 77%.... 7"--X:;"-'7
CRESCENT ClTY—Sailed Sept. 28, — p. m.— -,
Stmr i Del i Norte* for s San . Francisco.
PORT? SAN LUlSSailed Sept; 29—Stmr, Ar
gyll, for San Francisco; 5:30 p. m.,' stmr Rainier,
for Sun Francisco. ;■."?' „-. •■-.- .-;■■•■ '■: ''-',-■ -
?*Arrived' Sept.; 29, 11:30 a. , m.—Stmr Coos Bay,
from San?Pedro.*7». ■'-?■:-•-■ *■■■' '■• *- - " -A ■-■"• 7 <
fe) BANDON—Arrived Sept.. 29, 2:30 ,p. "> m.— Pow
schr .Tillamook, j from Coos Bay: 5 p. m., schr
Lizzie Prlen. hence Sept. 7..7* ?*,---. .;"•';":
* y LONG" BEACH—Silled Sept. 29^-Schr Sehome.
for Astoria. -'X -; .? "y-r'-'7 ■--'-' •'■- "''
7y. FORT * BRAGG—Arrived ... Sept. Stmr Na-
Tarro.}ttenceSept.<27.?. -7 .7 -„.. '.: ••-'»'' ' - ' '-'•
1 Sailed r j Sept. Stmr Brunswick, for San
Francisco. v.-X - - ..''% * ;' •-< ■•• '■'
v I SAN PEDRO—Arrived Sept. 29—Br stmr Rob
ert Dollar, from "Antwerp for San Francisco. .-■
--•:■ i Arrived 4 Sept." Stmr Harvard, : from / San
Diego: stmrs 'Carlos .and , James ;. S. ; Hlggins, '
hence: Sept."27.'? "■ ■??*' '•77-.'r7":;7r- ?*--?"..- y~ .''■■-
Sailed Sept.' 29—Stmrs Yellowstone. Yosemlte.
Doris, «Vanguard, Br stmr Chancellor, for San'
Francisco: r stmrs Shoshone and San ■ Jacinto, for
Redondo Beach. '--'7 ]..-'• ■ „ - •:*' -'- -'■-.:
■:~TATOOSH—Passed Sept. 29, 7:40 a. m.—Stmr
Washtenaw, from Port; San* Luis, for Seattle:, 4
a. m.. stmr ? Wasp, front Mnkilteq: for San Pedro
4:30 ;a;:; in., steam ..schooner;.. bound In 5 a. in.,
steam schooner, bound out; 7 ,?'<■>-'.>: - • '■*
EUREKA—Arrived * Sept. 1 28—Stmr Prentiss,
hence Sept.:27. /-Sept.; 29, 6 a. m.— Stmr. Bow- -
doln,"? hence Sept. 27. . .■'-;;*'
Sailed Sept, 29,-5 p. m.—Stmr Ravalli, for, San
Fraix'isc©. -77■■-.-:.-■•.:-:''■■ 7.-- --;;.'......-' ■ 7
:* COOS BAY—Sailed Sept. 29. 12 Stmr Alli
ance, for?', Eureka. \ ' -1
- Arrived Sept;:; 29,* 8-* a. m. —Stmr Redondo.
hence Sept. 27. •*•..-"' "-.? ■-'.:.
I TACOMA— Arrived ■ Sept. 29—Barge Selkirk. •■
from —» — .r and sailed for I^advsmlth.
'- Arrived," Sept.. 29— St. Helens. Virginian
and Watson, »from- Seattle.*- --. ,"-• 71:': :
Sailed Sept."; 29—Schr Winslow. for . San Pedro;
barge; Washington, for San Francisco.; . : . - ;,-»
ALBlON—Arrived Sept. Stmr Casco, hence
Sept. 28. ■ .'• .-:. r-7 ■■ ":■-■ r.~77-y
7 ABERDEEN—Arrived Sept. 29—Scbr Wa
weema, hence, Sept."; ' *.'--.?•' ?A'??7
Sailed Sept.i:29—Schr 7 Expansion., for Valpa
raiso: bktn -Newsboy, for Honolulu. .; t
WESTPORT—SaiIed Sept. 28—Schr Manila. for
Callao; ! schr C? A. Thayer," for San Francisco, r
i -Outside bound In "Sept. 29Three schooners.
. NOME— Sailed Sept. 27—Stmr Senator, for Se
i attle. X-."*-.;-' ■-, ;-,' ..*■,*.?■•?---; '■;*; !•'•'
POINT REYES— Sept. 29. 11:10 a. m. —3
Stmr Marshfleld, 1- from Union landing for Redondo
Beach;'. stmr I Wm. H. Murphy, from Eureka for
San Pedro; 9:45 a. m., stmr Santa Monica, from
Eureka' for San :• Pedro. .- *..! -77X7" •-;?,..>?■:.
Passed '5ept.?29.74:301 p. Stmr Despatch,
from ■■ San Pedro for Eureka.
• ASTORIA— " Sept. 29, 9 a. m.—Stmr
Falcon.* hence Sept.'2B. v*f. f. -.*./' ■' . ■-
7- Sailed- Sept.v 29, 3 p. m.—Br ) stmr Wakefield,
for, Australia; via Nanaimo;" Nor stmr , Hans B,
for United Kingdom: 5 p. m. ti ßtmr General Hub
bard, for San Pedro."- •:"* '-'.■■.'■-'--;--'
!-7 Arrived 'Sept.'^29, 7p. Stmr W. F. Herrln.
I from Monterey." *'■?',. "?<-""- '..•■'- .«r :-7"-'
i , Sailed- Sept. 29. 8 a. m.— Stmr Geo. W. Elder,
for San-Francisco. VReportedi sailing of Br stmr
! Wakefield Sept.r:2S was{ an = error. * -y'-:■■-.
i '■ SEATTLESaiIed - Sept.,- 29. •10 .;« a. m.—Stmr j
! Governor, . for San ; Francisco. .' Sept. f 28—Barge
James Drummond.in tow tug. Daring, for —— : — ;
1 stmr Jefferson,"* for Skagway. .'■;--".
!£ S Sailed i Sept. i: 29. 7 ft ';■ p. I m.—Stmr '■- Col. - E. : L. •
Drake, with barge 95 In : tow. for San Francisco. ;
y- Arrived Sept. 29, 7 a. —Stmr Watson, ; hence;:
sept. 26. ■.;;:'-'"^g^SK^sp^Hognacirißnßß
• ' WRANGELL—Arrived ,-. Sept. : 28. — p. m.—
Stmr I Humboldt, from Seattle '• for Skagway; stmr .
Dolphin, from Skagway.-for Seattle.,;=•., - '7- •*.:
1 s KETCHIKAN—Arrived * Sept. 28,*—?.? p. m.—
' Stmr Santa Ana, from Seattle for. Skagway. ;,
! " CRESCENT—Passed Sept. 29, 8:30 a. m.^-Stmr
! Fairhaven. hence Sept. 23 via Astoria. .
NEEDLE ROCK—Arrived Sept. 28— Stmr Grace
I Dollar, hence Sept. 27. ' « '.*."-': "■ ~'7-7*'*.
;?;iw ''-',7-7, ISLAND PORTS •■; ;•..' ."Xyy F;i
y HONOLULU— Arrived Sept. 29/ « a. m.—Stmr
Sierra,** hence I Sept.: 23. f .'•'...'-.
> Sailed Sept. 11 a.m.^rStmr Manchuria, for:
I San Francisco. *:-'- ." -r'".'-- ":'■.■-* ?'■'''.:-
It"--'- ■-:-v-'-,'r: EASTERN PORTS
\i NORFOLK— Sept. 29—Br stmr ; Fltzpat
rick, for San Francisco.-..'.":»•'*..•'.
---:•;: - .v«,^*- FOREIGN :' PORTS *,> t;
AUCKLANDArrived prior Sept. 298r Btmr
Marama. -from Vancouver via Honolulu, r '
r;. NANAIMO—SaiIed- Septi ;' 29—Nor stmr • Thor.
for San Francisco. *>•" „- -;-* • -"***:- 'r27'r- y~>
V? * ACAPULCO—SaiIed - Sept.". 28—Stmr San Juan
for Ancon. i :''■-'■;: »*-.■■.'- ■■? -? ■ ,t'~\:': -■-'':: -" ■ ■•'."
:;\ QUEENSTOWN—Arrived -Sept. 29—Br *. stmr
Centurion, hence* July 28. .?' • .*- '-" '. .
ii SUEZ—Arilved s Sept. 29—Br star Titan, ; from ;
Puget; sound 'forfLiverpool. X"* ■"-'- .-.•:'<•■
GLASGOW—SaiIed Sept. 28—Br stmr: Crown .-,
ofGallcla.tfor San Francisco.* ; -.- ;;
'.- VICTORIA—Arrived Sept. 27 —Jap stmr Kama-"
kura Maru, from Yokohama, etc.':" Sept. 29—Stmr;
Umatilla,*)hence Sept. 2G.?fr,'"-;"?: 77
--:; Sailed Sept. 29—Nor stmr Thor, for San Fran
cisco.-- -• ■■■ ■ ? i - ■'.-'- ■ . ■' '
M% PORT, SPAlN—Sailed Aug. 30—Br stmr Silver
birch, from < Norfolk ' for Paget : sound. .f
• ;.. . -.':-'. OCEAN STEAMERS -*
':'.. LONDON— Sept. 29—Stmr Minnehaha,
for New York. i:': v -i -; « * '*•:'.' "--?
y- HAMBURGSaiIed - Sept. 28—Ger? stmr ; Sals, I
or - Tacoma .*.* 7'7y% •. -^'-".;—?, ■-. .•:•.*■■.-.■■..
v QUEENSTOWN— Sept. 29—Stmr Cedrlc, ?
for-New York. --:."•■?-- .--- v..: ..;..,■.,-.'?' .:y:7 .
r SOUTHAMPTON—SaiIed Sept. 29~Stmr Amer-
for New York. ;^«;<..' -s'j'zjfv-.Jfi'.i-:-
i'?' HAVRE—Arrived . Sept. 28—Stmr; La Lorraine,
from New York. '• *' » rr-.7-, >'y'7' :•■ 7
■*': LIVERPOOL—Arrived - Sept. s 29-^Stmr 1 Baltic;
rom" New i York. -j ,- <*:■'.-. ■? . ".':.*-;"•*-*.
--'7 ROTTERDAM—Arrived 7 Sept.' 29— Stmr Ryn
dam, ; from 'New, York..': •-«..--. ?.-.-:_ .
NEW YORK—Arrived « Sept.*. Stmr 'Adri-'
a tic, from Liverpool. .-;-..-. . . ■--7-
"'■■•'?'';?'X;'?y..l.7Memorandai? 7'- ■:' '
.7 The pilot boat California reports having seen a
four masted « schooner on - the .' bar. -probably J the
schr , Muriel . or' Honolpu,™ the bktn * S." G. Wilder
and a small schooner. -;-.;*'.. ' -.*
yyt - Supplies for the North'
The steamer Umatilla, now on the way to vie
torla,"; has ' cargo 1 from * this; port ' for various ; Brit
ish American cities > valued.'at' $80,524 and ? lnclud- 1
Ing the following: 77 r -f, *%. ,7* '- ' * ..*.
;.*.'581.029 lbs \ dried; fruit.' 15.138 lbs |raisins,*: Ml
pkgs fr»>sh fruits. 334 pkgs vegetables, 1,041
onions. 2,977 > gals ! wine, id tons salt. 20.000: lb:*
beans,,: 14,000«lbs alfalfa 5* meal,' 4,Of*; s lbs : choco
late. 2,909 ? csf canned I goods. % 203 1 lbs s cheese;. 25
pkgs t machinery. 53 i tons . f I laser, 1* 230 rolls ; roof*
ing,2 6.2001 sks t cement. 29,066,1bs grease, * 201* cs
and (iS bbls oils. 1,7, tons steel andiron.
* iln ii addition Ito t the | foregoing j- the' steamer •: has ,
101 pkgs gas : engines ' and I parts and; 25 • pkgs vege
tables, J. valued at c $960.5 en 2 route Xto Suva. FIJI
islands: I also '•■ merchandise for 7A us rand New
Zealand ? valued^ at i $6,205 and ' $210," respectively.
■'-'■'-X-X Notice,. to Mariners ; 777
i 7 New Custom '• House, San ? Francisco. ; September
29^19117X":5>.*.v«-^>7"7*"i r \77yy-_ -■'
i*. California —Point <.• light - station:;• y Inten
sity of light Increased September 2T by changing
the illuminant from foil* to Incandescent ; oil vapor
without other change. . ■'■ ■•...-:
?* C. A* G. S.fchatters! 5106. 5100. 5002.
-List of Lights, etc.. Pacific Coast; 190), p. 14.
No. 1. / V * * - *
m List of I Buoys,Setc.;* Pacific ' coast. 19"8, p. 13.
«3 United s State* i Coast * Pilot. < Pacific Coast. 1909.
California;-:; Oregon? and 'Washington,>pp.*' 337 34
and 40.* -
By direction of the commissioner of lighthouses.
.*■**- "- ' r- -'• V : - 7yW77A. ? MOFFETT. -
Commander, U.S.; N.. , inspector eighteenth' light
er: house district. :...■, 7>.y,';- : . :7-yXAAI'A.77-7
* .. .
E.F. HUTTON & CO.
«S^miaß#w.* .■ - - - - '_ .-r.'-tamwfi
California St. Tel. Douglas 2487
St. Francis Hotel. Tel. Douglas 3983
Members of New York Stock Exchange}
Pioneer House -
Private Wire to Chicago
and New York
JR^^E.-J -. M U.l. CA' V, ■;,-.' Manager, i
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