OCR Interpretation


The San Francisco call. [volume] (San Francisco [Calif.]) 1895-1913, November 10, 1911, Image 17

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

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85066387/1911-11-10/ed-1/seq-17/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 17

COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS
California fresh, per dozen, cases in
cluded: , .-49ESJtRSMHHM-MB9S(WBMBO
GRADES
I a I a i a a 12? 1 .--s-s-
, - O l' O i o o I: o .-, - © ..
? 1*1 t* ' ' ? " 1 '-1*
Pi » I <) A* '- I '?■ •
fextras 52 >c!51%c 52c I
Firsts ." .; 45c 45c 45c ''
Seconds ... .28c 28c 28c?
pel'ted pullets 42c 42,- - |4i^.c:
Storage extras 27.: 27c 27c
|50c
45c
2Sc
41c
27c
150c 49c
-. J45c ■ 45c
"128c ".'28c
41%c41^
I 27.- 27.*
... . -. . .f.-xx x ~, ..-
Egg Market in Nearby Counties X
[Special Dispatch to The Call] , X
. PETALUMA. Nov. 9. — The price of eggs
dropped lc today, after receipt of advices from
the San Francisco Dairy and Egg exchange. In
dependeht dealers and speculators paid 48c for
•first grade. The delivery was light. Then was
no change In the poultry market or In feed con
ditions, with the exception of an advance In the
pr:ce of barley. /
SANTA CRUZ, Nov. P.— egg supply is
slowly increasing, but prices remain unchanged,
dealers still paying from 66c to 52c per dozen for
best grade eggs, with the exception of pullets,
which bring 45<* i a dozen. Shipments continue
f-rrtmary. the bulk of the produce going to San
Franc; . ' .
Portland Butter Market
' PORTLAND, > Nov. 9.—Bntter—City and conn
try creamery extras, solid pack, 35% c.
Potatoes, Onion- and .Vegetables
• Prices for miscellaneous vegetables continued
to strengthen on decreasing ( arrivals - yesterday.
the most noteworthy improvement being *in to
matoes, which were rapidly cleaning up. String
and lima beans, summer squash and cucumbers
■"-ere also held at firm rate.-. Sweet potatoes
were easy on the arrival of four carloads from
the Merced region. Burbomk potatoes and onions
were steady to firm.
• Potatoes (per ctl) —River Burbanks, $1.15*9
1.35: Salinas Burbanks. $1.65431.80; Oregon
Burbanks, 51.45tg1.55; sweet potatoes, $1.65 _:
1.75.
Onions — [email protected] per ctl.
Vegetables—Summer squash, $1*^1.25 per box;
string beans [email protected]<pei lb; lima beans. 3(3 5c
per lb; cabbage. 4or<ssoc per ctl; garlic, 3tg4c
.per lb: tomatoes,. 50f<j750 per box; cucumbers,
[email protected]$l per box; cauliflower, [email protected] per dozen;
carrots. [email protected] per sack: green peppers. 75c51
per box; eggplant. 50c<g$l per box.
Deciduous and Citrus Fruits*
There was no noteworthy change in the quota
tions for fresh fruits yesterday. * the market
being exceedingly dull except for a brief period
' in the morning, when tradesmen were stocking
up for the day. There was a better feeling ?i.
grapes, due to the cloudy, threatening weather,
but no attempt was made to advance prices
for general offerings. In the orchard line figs
were firm ,on continued light arrivals, while
•prices for everything else were inclined to easi
ness. Apples continued to .come forward freely
Jn carload lots ' and the usual large percentage
of the arrivals went directly into cold storage.
: There were no new arrivals of citrus fruits, but
several cars of new crop navels were reported
close at hand. Christmas apples appeared from
* Placer county and sold at $2.25 a box. ' ??
-• —Strawberries, $3.50(35 per chest; rasp
"•. berries, f^a'J per chest: huckleberries, 10_ll2}'iC
per lb: cranberries, [email protected] per bbl.
Apples (per box)— Fancy Newtown pippins. $1
' ,(31.25: do Spitzenberg, [email protected]: other fancy.
', $l-_i1.25 for 4 tier and 75c<3$l for 4'?. tier;
.common to choice fruit. 60'a.75<*.
Pears Winter Nellis. $1.255 i 1 75 per box;
other varieties. 750*5 $1.25 per box.
—60(§:90c per box. ,
; * Plums—Late red. 50(goJOc for crates and CCc_]
$1 for boxes.
. Figs—sl(gl.2s per box. *7;7 7.* »
'• Pomegranates—3s' for small and [email protected]
for large boxes.
Grapes Crates, Isabella, $16? 1.25: seedless.
' 75co!f$l; other varieties. 40a65c; lug boxes,
* $1.25*31.75 for seedless. 90c^J$I for muscat and
60<§90c for other varieties; small boxes. [email protected]
50c. ■ -'.--'.."-■
Citrus Fruits. (per box) —Valencia oranges. $4
** 674.50: navels. $3*33.50: grapefruit. [email protected];
lemons. [email protected] for fancy. $.''.so*gi4 for choice
* and $2tg3 for standard; Mexican limes, [email protected]
. Tropical Fruits—Bananas, $1©1.50 per bunch
for Hawaiian and 4<g4*-jo per lb for Central
American; pineapples, [email protected] per dozen.
Dried Fruits, Raisins, Nuts and Honey
Fruits—Prices to growers are as follows: Evap
. orated apples. S^fgOc; apricots. 13*@15c; fancy
rooorpark. 16<317c; pears, [email protected]: peaches. 9(3
10c; prunes. 03c flat basis to growers, with 2c
premium on 80s. lc premium on 40s and V-c pre
lum on 40-50s; figs, 418.5^0.
Raisins—New are quoted as follows: Fancy
seeded. 6*s4({i6a4c: choice, 6%@6-Hic; loose, 4%e.
5c and S-LjtCior 2, 3 and 4 crown, respectively;
seedless muscatels. 4Viog4?4c: Thompson's, 7^®
7^c; sultans. [email protected]*^c: layers. $1.30 for 2
* crown, $1.35 for 3 crown and $1.55. $2 and $2.50
for 4, 5 and 6 crown, respectively; sweatbox
prices, B"^<B3"4c.
* Nuts—Almonds, nonpareils. lS<3lSi£c; IXL.
17% c; ne plus ultra. LoUie; Drake. 14Hc;
Langnedocs. 14c: hardshell. Sc; shelled almonds.
3&06*40e: walnuts, 14c per lb for No. 1 softshell,
. 13*-2 C for hardshell; No. 2 standards, lie; pecans,
' 14H'*gl5c; peanuts. 3403 pine nuts, 18_20c;
California chestnuts. 9(311c per lb.
HoneyComb, Isi_;r, water white extracted.
SV.ogOc; light amber 7-5405.5 c-, lower grades, 5*5
Pc per lb.
Beeswax—27>*.<g3oc per lb for light and 23*0
2fk* for dark. . - ".
Poultry and Game
Dullness continued to dominate the poultry
market yesterday and the only t descriptions to
show any firmness were plump broilers and large
fryers. There were no further arrivals of
eastern stock. Receipts of dressed turkeys were
Increased to 25 cases. The best offerings
brought 2S(Q29e a pound, while old and thin
birds sold down to 25c and sometimes for less.
Game was in good demand at satisfactory
prices. . y-
Poultry (per dozen* -Hens. $404.50 for small.
$5.5006 for large and : $8010 for extra: young
roosters. $6:5007; do extra, $809; old roosters.
$4*84.50; fryers. .$506; broilers, $4*84.50 for
large and $303.50 for small; ducks, $507;
pigeons, $1.3001.75; squabs, $202.50: geese. $2
052.50: live turkeys, 22024 c per lb; do dressed,
25<82»C.
Game (per dozen) —Mallard ducks. $30S: can
vssbacks, $608; sprigs. $406; teal. $304 i
widgeon. $304; spoonbills. $3: gray geese,
$3.50*84.50; white geese, - $1.75*63; brant,
$2.5003.50; ire. $2.2302.50; cottontail rabbits,
$2.5003. 7 ' .
Bean* and Seeds
No further changes In beans are reported and
th" market, though generally steady, -is quiet..
Beans (per ctl)—Bayos, $3.2503.50; - small
white, $3.7503.90; large white, $3.5003.73;
pink. $2.7503; red, $4.2504.50; blackeye, $3.50
03.75; red kidney. $4.2504.50; cranberry beans,
3.50*83.75; garvanz*s, $2.5003; horse beans,
nominal, about out.
Recleaned beans are selling as follows: Llmas.
$5.2505.35: bayos. $3.6503.75; large white, $40
4.10: small white, $404.20; pink. $303.25;
cranberry, $404.15; hlackeye. $3.8504.10; red,
$4.5004.75; red kidney, $4.7503 per ctl.
* Seeds—Mustard r flaxseed, nominal; ca
nary. 3%c; alfalfa. [email protected]%c; rape, [email protected]»4c:
timothy, nominal; hemp, 203*4 c; millet, 2*4©
2He per lb.
* Dried Peas— $5 per ctl; yellow, $3.50©
£.75.
Flour and' Farinaceous Goods
Flour—California family extras. $5.4005.80
net without discount: bakers' extras, $5.4005.80;
superfine, $4.50*84.70; Oregon and Washington,
per bbl. $4.8005 for family, bakers* and patents
and $4.4004.60 for cutoff; Kansas patents, $5.80
056;. do straights, $5.6005.80;. Dakota * patents,
$6.5007; do -straights, $6; >do ; clear, $3.80 - per
bbl.
. Farinaceous Goodsln 50 lb sacks are quoted
as follows, per 100 lbs: X Buckwheat flour, pure"
$4.50, self-rising $5.30, groats: $8.60; cornmeal.
yellow $2.80, white $2.80. exfi yellow or white
$3.10; cracked wheat. * $3.50; entire ' wheat flour,
$2.70; farina, $3.80; graham . flour. $2.50; hom
iny, large $3.30. small $3.30, granulated $3.30;
oatmeal, pure $4.30, steel cut $4.30: oat groats,
$4.30; pearl barley, No. small $5 10, No 2
medium $5.30; rice flour, $5.80;; rye flour. $3.50;
rye meal, $3.40; split peas, yellow $3, green
$6.80; whole wheat flour, $2.70; rolled oats, $6
». 0<; rolled wheat, $4.3004.80. ' *
Hay and Feedstuff*
„ The statement of the '* hay association. pub-*
lished yesterday, showing .a serious shortage
in hay. caused a sensation in the -. trade, but
has not yet affected prices. It has rendered
the market very strong, however.
Bran—s27f§2B per ton
»-" * Middlings—s32o33s per ton.
Shorts—s2B(329'per ton. 7 "
F?edstuffs—Rolled barley. $39.50*341; rolled
, oats for feed, »38i*|37; ground oati, $28080;
chopped feed. $30(331; evergreen ohopfeed. $20
per ton for car lots and $21 for Jobbing; oilcake
meal. J ,V)JI on * lots $42.30, ton lots $43,' smaller
lots $43.50; co)c-oenut cake or meal at mills * $25
in 20 and 10 and $25.50 in 5 ton lots. Jobbine's26
-corameal. $380^39; cracked corarlSsSn^ alfalfa
, meal, carload lots $15;. Jobbing $16: red'star al
falfa-meal. .116 in car lots and $17.50 Jobblnz
.Stockton mealfalfa, $15 .In car * lots and $16 lob
bing; Modesto alfalfa meal, $15 in car lots and
$18 jobbing; caproca oilcake meal, $16.50 per
ton: • calfalfa,? $16 ,In car lots : and $17 Jobbing*
vigorator. per ton, $23. * . ,-•-*-*
Hay—Ordinary wheat, [email protected]; choice, $180
, 20; wheat. and oat, $12*317;= tame oat. $l2fai7
volunteer wild oat. ? [email protected];: alfalfa, - [email protected]:
stock hay, $05'S9 person. 77*
Straw—eOegSQc per bale.
Hides, Tallow, Wool and Hops
Hides Culls and brands sell about J^faio un
der quotations. Heavy salted steers,- I H*ic; light
medium. Ufgll^c: light, ?lie:, cowhides, lie;
stags. Be;* salted kip, [email protected]:* salted -veal and
salted calf, 17<218c; 'dry hides. 19*g20c;* dry
kip. 20c; dry: calf, 25c: , sheepskin*,- shearlings,
£0(340c each; y short wool. 40o^*30c; medium,
70<390c; long wool. [email protected]; lambs. i25*g1503c;
horsehides, salt. $2.50033 for = large " and $1.50-32
for madium, [email protected]$l ■-* for ; small? and :. »<Bsoc * for
colts; goatskins, prime angora, - 75tfog$l; *, Jong
hair goats, 85c;; medium, 20c; small,*[email protected]';-
Tallow—No. J rendered, < barrels s*[email protected], cans
and drums. 4*<ijgsc. .7*
Grease — Wa,'st per lb. 7*. -1..
-, -„. Wool—Spring clip—Southern, -11 (312 c; San Joa
t,uln, [email protected] 14c;; middle counties. I2<3i4c; nor* li
en^ M'&^lO'^crNevada.: lionise per lb '■■■■•
- Hops—Crop .of 1911. 39Cft43c per* lb? X Many
growers: are asking.43c. yyx.
General' Merchandise
Bags—Groin bags, 6 <_*_>S l'_c; San Quentin,
bags, ; nominal, all closed out; wool bags. 30c;
fleece twine." .He per lb; bean bags, 6%c.
- Pennsylvania anthracite egg,' 816 per ton;
Wellington,,sß;- New Wellington, $8; ■ Australian
house, Richmond, etc., $8: Pelaw Main.' $8; Stan
ford - Richmond, $8: Cumberland,' $15 in bulk and
$16.50 in sacks; coke, $16: per ton In bulk and
*. OHQuotations are* for barrels: * Linseed. 87®
89c per gallon for boiled "and;. 85*_S7c for raw,
cases 5c 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, 78*4<g81c for XXX,
[email protected]%c for No. 1 and 73"[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, 80c; pure neatsfoot oil. 85c; No. 1 neats
foot oil. 65c: herring oil. 50c; salmon: oil, 50c;
boiled fish oil. 50c; paint oil. 45c. -
Coal Oil. Gasoline, e£c.-rWater white, iron
barrels or drums, 7Vic; xl5O degree oil,- Iron bar
rels or drums, 9c; special do, 9V4c; pearl oil in
cases, 14% c: astral. 14V4c; star, 14"£c; extra
star, 17% c; Elaine, 25c; eocene, 17^c; red crown
and motor gasoline, in bulk 14Vjc. In cases 21 He;
engine distillate, In drums 6^c. in cases 7e more;
86 degree gasoline, *In bulk 28c,: in cases 35% c:
varnish makers' and painters' naphtha, -In bulk
12"4 c, in cases 20c. y.xxxi- ,•-,-■ -- * A\"'
Turpentine—72c in casea and -; 65c In bulk,
drams and iron barrels; Aroturps, cases 3Cc, in
iron barrels or. drums, 23c per gallon.
Rosin—*:, $9.75: F. $9.80; G. $9.90: H, $10:
L $10.10; X, $10.20; WG, $11;, WW. $11.50
per, barrel of 280 lbs. '■■-•
Red and White Lead— 8"^-g9c; white, 8%
@S%e per lb.**aoß*_ ■ |ta rlMilu-i|ll|Ws>w)»ow^_M____|
: -v. REFINED SUGAR MARKET
The; Western ; Sugar Refining .- company quotes i
as follows, net cash: Standard fine granulated.
6.40 c; coarse granulated. 6.40 c; fruit granulated,
6.40c;,H. A E.cyrstal domlnoe. 5 lb cartons, in
cases.? 9.60 c;» do 2 lb cartons. In cases. 10.10 c;
monarch bar." 6.75 c; tablets, in half bbls, 6.90 c;
do in 25 lb boxes. 7:15 c; cubes, 6.65 c; monarch
powdered, 6.50 c; XXXX powdered, 6.50 c; candy
granulate**? 6.60 c; confectioners* A, 6.40 c; con
fectioners' crystals, 6.50 c; beet granulated, 6.20 c;
magnolia A, 6c; extra C, 5.»0c; golden C. 5.80 c:
D. 5:70 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 140 lb tins,
$1.70 more. In * 8 and 10 lb ; tins $2.25 more : per
100 lbs than prices for this grade In 100 lb bags.
The California and Hawaiian r Sugar , Refining
company 'quotes as follows: Granulated-basis.
6.40 c; C. • & H. extra fine dry granulated, 6.40 c;
coarse ~. dry granulated,? 6.40e; confectioners'- A,
6.*40 c;; berry, 6.40 c; powdered. 6.50 c; confection
ers* crystal. 6.50 c; cubes. 6.65 c; "Hlgrade" bar,"
6.75 c; bricks (in half * bbls), 6.90 c; bricks (in
25 lb boxes., 7.15 c; H. & E. crystal dominos
(5 lb cartons in eases). 9.60 c; H. & E. crystal
dominos (2 lb cartons in cases), 10.10 c; extra
fine dry granulated (100 lb bags* only),. 6.20 c;
excelsior A, 6c; extra C. 5.90 c; golden C, 5.80 c;
yellow D, 5.70 c.. Additional per 100 lbs: -In
bbls » and 50 lb bags: >, 10c more; half bbls. 25c
more: boxes, 50c more; for ? all grades. Bar in
35 and 40' lb • tin* $1.70 . more. In 10 lb tin»
$2.35 more. V Minimum order, carload weight. -
* Los Angele** Produce Market
[Special t Dispatch to The Call] '
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 9.—Eggs were easier on
the produce exchange, although : the price ' did
not decline.' Butter .and cheese were steady.
Potatoes were reported to be weaker in * car
lots, but no change was made in prices to the
trade. - *; ■ -:j" —•* -
• Receipts of produce today were: ■ Eggs, 60
cases; butter, 44.514 pounds; cheese, 20,745
pounds; potatoes. 1,075 sacks; onions. 2,410
sacks; beans, 2.135 sacks;: sweet potatoes, -31
j sacks; apples. 18.756 boxes.
Butter California creamery extras, * 33c;
creamery firsts, 30c; ladle. 25c; country, 23c.' -
Eggs—Local ran,ch. candled. 46c; case count,
42c;. eastern, [email protected]; pullets, 26c; storage
•astern. 25<g26c.
—Northern fresh. [email protected]: northern
storage, 14c; eastern slnglee, 16c: eastern twins,
16"4 c;. eastern Cheddars. [email protected]%e: eastern
horns, 18<318i-ic: eastern daisies, , [email protected]*4c;
Oregon daisies, [email protected]">{ic; Swiss, imported, 35c;
Swiss, domestic block, 18c; wheel. 19c;-cream
brick. ISc; llmberger, 17c;'roqueforr\ 45c. • *
Beans (per ctl)—No. 1 pinks, [email protected]: No. 1
lima, $5.50; Lady Washington No. 1. [email protected]
4.75; small white No. 1. [email protected]: blackeye.
$4.50<g5; Garvanza, $4.50; lentils, $6f?7: bayous.
[email protected]: Mexican reds, $4.7505: Manchurian
pinks. $5,500(15.60. --•■-'
Potatoes (per ctl)—Highland. $1.90032*.
sweets, new yellow, [email protected]; Salinas, j^-g
2.23. * 7:.'-. .■*■ y .'■". ' "y. ',-:;.■
\> _ York Produce
NEW YORK. Nor. 9.—Hops—Firm. Pacific
coast. 1911. 45(547c. -
Hides Unsettled.
. Leather Firm. - . ■ ...77
Petroleum—Steady.
Wool —Quiet. -;
Sugar—Raw- easy. Muscovado. Vi test. 4.62e:
centrifugal. - ft« test, S.HV; molasses. SB test,
4.37 c. Refined, easy.
Butter—Firm.. .Creamery specials, 32140334 c;
extras, 33c; firsts. SOOgSl^c: seconds. 27%@29c;
state dairy, tubs.' finest. * [email protected]%c; - good -*• to
primp. 2&(g3oc; common to fair, 230<j27c.
Cheese—Firm. State, whole milk. September
and earlier, specials, 15*40; jdo average fancy,
15c: skims. 2f_l2«ic. ?.-""■ ■■■'■■ '-'*-■-■■-■■--•
Eggs— Fresh gathered extras. 370&;39c:
extra firsts, [email protected]: firsts. 31©33 c; seconds, 29
@30c; thirds. 27og2Sc; refrigerator firsts, sea
son's storage charges paid. 21»4<§22c.
DRIED FRUITS
Evaporated Apples Steady.; Spot fancy, 10*9
10*4 c; choice. •S%'g9l4c; prime,[email protected]«4c. .
i Prunes -Inactive. Quotations range from 1%
12c for California, up to 40-50s, and from 11*14 _
13^4c for Oregons. ■•-•■-
Apricots Nominal. Choice. 15_U5'i_c; extra
choice. [email protected]*i4c; fancy, [email protected]
Peacheslnactive." Choice, -11^4 ogil^c; extra
choice, 11%_§1>; fancy,l2^@l2a4c
Raisins—-Steady.. Loose muscatels, 9%Wt%*'.
choice to fancy seeded. 7»[email protected]%c; seedless, [email protected]
7c; London layers, $1.40*011.4?. -:
Chicago Dairy Produce Market
CHICAGO. Nov. 9.—Butter—Steady; cream
eries. 24»4(!?32c; dairies, 22(828c.
Eggs—Steady; receipts, 2.546 cases: at mark,
casea; included. 17*a200; firsts, 22©24 c; prime
firsts, 25027 c. X . ~
Cheese Steady; daisies. 14Vj(814%c: twins,
14014^0; Young Americas, 14%015c; long
horns, 14 % 015 c. * ? - • *
. ... Eastern Livestock Market
CHICAGO •
CHICAGO. Nov. 9.^-Cattlo^—Receipts estimated
at 5.500; market 'steady for best, others weak.
Beeves, $4.6509.10; • Texas Steers. i $4*3* Ms;
western steers, $4.35*87.25; stockers and feeders.
$3(85.80; cows and heifers, $206; calves, $5.50
(38.50. ?-.::,'*.'; • -. ;
Hogs—Receipts estimated * at - 24,000; . market
slow to steady. Light. $*5.60<86.30: mixed, $5.80
(86.40: heavy,yss.sOo6.4O; rough. $5.8006; good
to choice heavy. $606.40; pigs, [email protected]; bulk
of sales, $6.10(g6.35.
. Sheep—Receipts estimated at . 25,000; market
slow and weak. Native $2.50053.85: western,
$2.7503.85: yearlings. $3.70084.40; : lambs, na
tive, $3.75*25.85; western, $8.75(85.80.
KANSAS CITY *:;
KANSAS CITY. Mo., , Nor.7 fl.~Cattle—
ceipts, 5.000, including 800 southerns; • market
steady to strong. Native steers, $5.25(89: native
cows and heifers, $2.75*87; Blockers and feeders.
$3.7506; calves, $4457; * western steers, - $3.85©
7.50; western cows. $2.75(85. ■ ' ' I
Hogs—Receipts, 13,000; market ? steady to
strong. Bulk of sales, $5.75<g6.30: heavy, $8.25
06.35; packers and butchers, $6.15*88.35; lights,
$5.60(36.20; pjgs. $4*85.25. yy«?
Sheep—Receipts,. 7.000: * market steady. , ? Mut
tons, $3*84: lambs, $4o85.80; range wethers and
yearlings, $3(34.50: range ewes, $2*23.75.
SOUTH OMAHA ,
SOUTH OMAHA, Neb.. Nov. 9.—Cattle—Re
ceipts, 3.200; market steady, i Native•" steers.
$4.7507.85; cows and heifers, $3.2505.25uwe5t
\ era steers. $3.85*87.25; range cows and 1 heifers,
'< $305; canncrs, $2.7503.60: stockers and feeders,
$3.2506; calves, $3.5007.75; bulls, stags, etc.,
$3.2004.80;.:. ■ . ■■■*--..- '-v? -. ■".".:.-: -,- ..7,; .">.,■•
Hogsßeceipts, - 5.600; market shade higher.
Heavy, $6.12%©6.20; mixed. $6.1006.15; light.
$5.7506.15; pigs, $4.5006; bulk of Bales. $6.10
©6.IJT ,■* '* .;".-: .- -.-s.-?- y.. :?V."-.': •
Sheepßeceipts. 6,000: market steady. Year
lings,-* $3.5004.23; wethers, $3.1503.60; ewes,
$2.7303.35; lambs,* $5.2005.80.; ,
Portland Livestock Market
PORTLAND, ■■-Ore.,". Not.? 9.—Cattle—
40*1. .Market steady. : Choice steers,* $5.60*35.95;
good to choice, steers,: $5.25(35.50; choice cows,
$4.50*35; fair^ to -good? cows, $4*34.25; 'extra
choice spayed heifers, ; $4.75*35; choice bulls.
[email protected]; x good to - choice, 'bulls, $3.25(33.50;
choice calves, $7.5007.75; good <to choice calves,
$7.25(37.50; choice stags, $4.5004.75. «
Hogsßeceipts, 1.100. Market steady. *• Choice
light, $6.85f37; good to choice hogs, $6.60*36.75.
? Sheep—Receipts, 1.000. Market steady. 7 Choice
yearling * wethers, ? $3.60*34; y choice" ; twos and
threes, $3.20ig3.35: choice mountain lambs,* $4.25
(34.50; good. to choice lambs, [email protected]
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS
Cotton Market ???;-.
; ? NEW YORK, Nov. 9.-— E. F. ; Hntton A ; Co.'s
wire says: .■ 7:iWpWMHßßH>»BP>BM>'gß<g*f
. .''The cotton;market. was very .steady. after the
opening today,. due .to. Liverpool 3 and continental I
buying. ** It was also said that the Texas bull of
two years ago bought freely, I his purchases being
estimated *at •• upward of 75.000 bales, -; This buy- j
ing .-. Is „ based -on 5 the - firmness / ofs southern ? spot 1
markets,'- unfavorable 5 wet a; weather f for picking 1
and predictions that the next ginners' report;to j
be Issued November 21 will show a material fall- i
ing' off from the last period.«% The: supreme court I
decision ' on I the | American I Tobacco | reorganization
plans i and ? the ■ consequent advance in j the - stock ,
market» was.:responsible >-; for free 7 coTering of ]
shorts ; for . account *of Wall (street,7 and .on the ]
whole ' sentiment ' appears to -be »changing/ some
what j from the extreme | beariabness |on I the | pros
pects for some, Improvement In general trade con
ditio: •-;. • 'y. ??--»---- *, y-. A.:::.-' y.. . ■. t ;
c- Spot ? closed dull, 5 5 '>. points -> higher. ; Middling |
uplands, 9.40 c; do gulf, 9.70 c: no sales.
■'"---y X'';'y -'-? COTTON FUTURES ' ~ ; .Year
Option. 7 Open " High Low Close 7 Nov.* 8 ago
NoT.y.Y .". 8.13 c 9.030=' 14.48 c
Dec. ..'.9.13c '-9.28c-,9.13c 9.24 c 9.15 c 14.63 c |
Jan; ; 8.90 c 9.06 c 8.89 c * 9.04 c -** 8.92 c ■ 14.57 c |
Feb. ..7 .;....-:. :». .;.-. ,* ».08c 7 8.9f1c 14.65 c I
March.. 8.99 c : 9.17 c;* 8.99 c \ 9.15 c 9.02 c ; 14.74 c
April ... .... ;..*. .vr. -\ 9.19 c 9.06 c ? 14.77 c
May ...9.09c 9.27 c 9.08 c V9.24c 9.11 c 14.88 c
June ... .;.. ..'.....-;.?9.26c ■* 9.15 c 14.84 c
July* ...9.17c 9.34 c : 9.17 c 9.30 c 9.19 c 14.84 c
Aug.. :-.. ..... Xyy. . .- 9.26 c 79.14 c 14.57 c
Sept. . 4.:.. T. ....'.". ;:..;■.*.".. ■;*. 9.27 c ? 9.17 c &77??Z>
Oct.* ....9.18c 9.20 c 9.18 c 9.27 c 9.17 c .....
New?York?Metal Market' -„ -
■ NEW. YORK, Not. o.—Copper—Standard* firm.
IKE? SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY,. NOVEMBER 10, 1911.
it-pot -:. and November, 12.15 12.35 c; December,
12.20*812.40 c; January, February,
[email protected]**.-' London 7 steady." ; Spot, - £56 1 lis
3d; - futures, £57 : ss.'! '** Arrivals' reportoid7at New
York today. 215 tons, •.-";; Custom-house returns show
exports so far this month of 7.005 tons. Lake cop
per,? [email protected]; electrolytic, : [email protected]%c,
and: casting. [email protected]%c. 7
- Easy.- Spot and November. 41. (i?42.20c;
December, 41.70ftt42c; < January, [email protected]; : Feb
ruary.4l.so(g4l.7sc.i. London steady. -Spot,' £190
10s; i; futures. £183 10s. v; - --: ■'■ "*: .?. "-* "?7y '
7 Lead—Dull ■ at 4.25<E£4.50c, ' New ; York, i and I at
4.10084.16 c, East St. Louis. London, £15 18s 9d7
: Spelter—Dull at » 6.30**56.50 c. .'i New/ York." and
[email protected], East St. Louis.".: London,'£26 15a. ?•'•
; Antimony Dull. ; - Cookson's. [email protected]%c. •
—Cleveland warrants. 46s lO^d In London.
Locally iron - was quiet. ■ No. 1 \ foundry ■ northern.'
15.25; ? No.' 2. [email protected]; •-, No.-*.17 southern
and No. 1 southern soft, $15*315.50. ,*.''. -*- :--»-
7 New York 'Coffee" Market.
? NEW* YORK, Nov. 9.E. F. Hutton -&; Co.'s
wire says::,-. - -*> •;•":; ■ x-x.ry-x"-:
f ..'.** With ;the: coffee ? market. declining *10 j to , 13
points at the* opening * this o morning, in . response
to; weakness - abroad,. there: was • only 'a • moderate
business, with an absence of aggressive operators
either; way. Importing ( bouses ? were i the * princi
pal 7 sellers, and y sentiment« in 7 the market * ap
peared somewhat more * bearish. y Moreover, the
impression Is gaining ' ground ■ that Brazil *is more
anxious to sell - coffee, < although I coat . and freight
brokers said that prices were, about unchanged."
COFFEE FUTURES ;
Option— . Open High Low -Close s
November . V." ' ..'.■... y ,'X.r..' • 14.M0
December ... 13.43 c 14.57 c 14.47 c* 14.46 V
January ..... ...... ...... ...'.;. 14.10 c
February .'...'....... ....... ....'.. 13.85 c
March-.-..... 13.60 c * 13.64 c 13.55 c 13.54 c
April ..;..........-. ...;;. ...... 13.49 c
May .......". 13.50 - 13.55 c* 13.45 c 13.45 c
June 7. 7.. .7 . ...... ...... - 13.42 c
July 7. 13.50 c. 13.50 c 13.50 c 13.40<>
August ...... ...... ...... ...... 13.40 c
September ... 13.45 c 13.50 c? 13.40 c 13.40 c
0ct0ber....... ...... ...... 13.40 c
Sales, 89,000 bags.
??7st.' Lou la -'..Wool Market , • i
- ST. LOUIS, Nov. 9.—Wool—Unchanged.. Me- i
dium grades, < combing - and * clothing. 20H @21c; j
light fine. [email protected]; > heavy ; fine, [email protected]; .--. tub :
washed, 26*330 c. - x'".[
Sugar" Reduced i
NEW YORK. '-■ Not. 9.A11* grades of - refined
sugar were reduced 10 cents a - hundred' pounds
today. '
Cotton Oil Dividend > Declared 7?
*? NEW YORK,: Nov. 9.Directors "of the Ameri
can . Cotton Oil company, today I passed 1 the semi
annual dividend, of 2"*4 per cent on* the common
stock. The regular * semi-annual \ dividend %of ? 4
per cent on the preferred stock was declared.
Crop Estimates for Year
i WASHINGTON, Nov, = 9.The * decreased : pro
duction in crops this year as compared with last
year Is being compensated ,to the farmer lof j the
country by the larger : prices; he is receiving, as
shown by. figures' given ? out ' today by «' the. de
partment of agriculture. The . aggregate: produc
tion of crops In -1911, ?it; is estimated,*!*" ap
proximately.. 7.9 * per cent ; less ' than the ' crops
of 1910 and ' about foar-tentha of 1 per i cent : less
than the average production for the :• preceding
five-years. :?;
*-f Corn 1 was < worth ?; 12.1 'i cents more, per bushel
November 1 ' than :on ; the same date last year,"
wheat 1 cent, oats 8.9 cents, ,barley:29.6 cents,
rye t 11.8 - cents,; buckwheat 7.1 cents > and pota
toes " 20.6 .cents, while the value 'of hay was
$2.66 a ton more. Flaxaeed, the only grain in
which an J Increase i was -j reported this ? year, J; Is
19 cents cheaper than last year.
The 1 production of * other crops •in : 1911, says
the report, expressed: in ; percentage of . the aver
age s production ■- in recent • years (not compared
with full crops) is , estimated ,as follows: 1 ' l
Apples 126.3, pears ' 110.8, watermelons j 105.1,
grapes 102.7. cantaloupes > 101.8, peanuts 1 99.3,
asparagus , 97.7, alfalfa * 96.1, beans * 95.1. kaflr.
corn 95, cranberries 94, tomatoes • 93.9. ; cabbage
95, raspberries £ 91,; onions i~ 89.7, millet v 87.2.*
strawberries 83.6, blackberries 53.5, clover seed
82.6. millet seed 82.1, peaches 80.8,' hops 78.2,
clover hay 65.1. .:
Yield per acre * compared with average ■field:
Sorghum 102. sweet potatoes 101.2, bops - 90.4,
broomcorn ; 85.1. '-•;.. * 7 yy.
Condition compared with, average condition at
or' near time of - gathering: * Sugar cane ' 109.8,
lemons 103.9, sugar; beet 109.6, oranges 101.6,
rye 99. , v I *
Fug-xt Banes Popolare Italians - Bank
The old board of directors of the above named
bank has been re-elected, with :-. J. ■F. Fugazl
president, George M. Perlne rice president, F.N.
Belgrano vice president and cashier and K.T.
Soracco secretary.,. During the fiscal year ; Just
closed tbe bank's' assets Increased $693,400 and
the deposits Increased $675,345. ' - ■•■--;--'';
- Naval Stores* Turpentine and Rosin
sSAVANNAH, Ga?," Nov. Turpentine—Firm
at 45 _r4s*4e. Sales. 371; i receipts, 976; * ship
ments, 53; stocks, 39.149.V , 1 v -xy -.■• y.i -.-. xX
RoselnFirm. - Sales, none; ■ receipts. 7 3,603;
shipments. 4,255; stocks, 98,000. Quote: B,
$6.05(36.12^; D. $6.10(&6.15; E. F and G. $6.15
@6.17H; H. $6.20(^6.25; 1, $6.20; K. $6.30-3
6.45; M, $6.60; N, $6.65; WG, $7.30; WW, $7.60.
Weather Report
' United * States department of agriculture
•Weather bureau, San Francisco, '■ Nov. 9, 1911.*; I:
7 ? RAINFALL DATA '
STATIONS
r+*'
O A
§5?
as ..
_ o
:?S
'it
(9 "
? "2,
cg
et »
* -
A J
a S
\%tm
r.uresa .............
Red Bluff ..;.......
Sacramento ■'. ......7
Mt. Tamalpais ......
San . Francisco .....;
San Jose............
Fresno- .'.'... ..
Independence.........
San Lola Obispo ....
Los Angeles ..... *...
San'TVon ------
0.32
Tr."
0.00
0.12
0.03
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
2.51
1.47
0.18
0.43
0.81
0.80
0.10
0.70.
0.14
1.39
8.08
3.11
1.80
2.21
2.00
1.53
1.12
1.07
2.09
1.80
0.96
0.49
1.20
0.78
0.29
1.46
1.37
0.72
0.98
San Diego....*.;.7.*. |
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS 7 .
I J In the following table the maximum and mini-1 I
mum temperatures: and rainfalls • are given: 71
STATIONS
--r

;*: «4 S*
-5 ■
00 •*
? * a:
. 3. £
■ =r
;nj.
I
;S><
-I
5 ?
: " a?
' ST »
r. "
STATIONS* C m .
■ . . *» M
— r.
j - - 7 ES
? 3. w
-■-.-_ —■
■-'■■..•-' it*
:$l
" <? 'i
■5"
7 » *
5*'
-.. a r
Kalispell ...
Los Angeles.
Modena ....
M. T*malpals
North" Head.
Phoenix;.'.'.-'.
Pocatello *.-;-.
P. R. Light.
Portland ...
xsaser ......
Boise f?..'..-.-.
Del Monte ..
Eureka .....'
Flagstaff;...
Fresno .....
Helena?....;
U nPn l..l..
Honolulu ; ... i
--I
1
! 28! • • Bed Bluff .. 1581
I 321 .04 Reno ...7...J50I
56 .00 Roseburg ".'. 42
48 .32 Sacramento . 62
30 700 Salt Lake .. 44
48 .00 San Diego-*.'. 66
-4 .06 S.". Francisco. 58
72 .00 San Jose ... «ft
•38 .00 S. L. Obispo. 66
fa .16|18.E. Farallon 56
-56 .00 Spokane ....24
'38 .00 •Summit ... 34 ■
42 ?.12 TacomaJ?.777 38 j
36 712 Tatoosh f >. :t; 34 '
62 .00 Tonopah?.".".-; 56 '
-;. .38 Walla .77.'.7 38 •
49 .03 Wlnnemucca. 48
'36 '.12 Ynmar.v.-.-.; [80 i
Tr.
.00
.50
'.00
704
.00
.02
.00
.00
.01
.20
.00
.00
.1.8
.00
.00
.00
.00
•Snow on
77 ■ EASTERN stations r "^Tll
Abilene - .:V 7 180| 561 .00*Knoxvllle "77.154| 46! .10
Atlantic City|52| 441 .18 Louisville ..|56| 42j
Boston r-; 7. ;*. |48|'38] .00 Memphis AXX |64|;$01 .00
Buffalo V.'.?. 50 34 .00 Montgomery; 164186 '.01
Charleston V: 68 ;.. .02 Montreal ... [40! 86 .00
Chicago .-.".. 52 40 .00 Moorhead ; ... 40 86 .10
Denver ...:. 56 -28 .00 New; Orleans 64 86 .00
Des Moines. 54 144 '.23 New York?.*; 50 42 .00
Dodge City.. 68 84 .00 North 4 Platte 60 82 .00
Duluth 38 80 .48 Oklahoma*., 7<? 62 .00
Durango .... 52 82 .02 Pittsburg ... 50 88 .00
Eastport ;.. .: 86 .00 Roawell 76 '44 .00
Galveston:.. 76 62 .00 St."Louis ... 56 42 .00
Green Bay .7 44 36 -710 St.; Paul ... 42 88 .03
Hatteras ... 68 56 .06 Tampa...... 84 *'.-; .00
Havre ?r;.. 77 0 -2 .12 Toledo f....; 48 36 .00
Huron ?;.. .77 40 28 .00) Washington; 42 .08
Jacksonville. 82 .77 .001 Winnipeg ... 38 32 .18
Kansas City. 60 50 .11'
XXX' ■;"■ •ALASKAN I STATIONS 7 ,7?-'?-*7
...|46| 42| J
....:. i.':i;-:-:i:-.(
. 7.777126|;20|,;<
[Sitka [80| 201 .00
Tanana .'777. j OJ-10J .00
1 Valdez .77.7.1301 181 .00
»7 "Afternoon t reports j of; preceding; day 7?*-? \} y 'yx
XXXi SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS "XX<
Winter , conditions prevail ; in; the northern. states
from Washington Tto? Minnesota. y Temperatures
below 1 zero 1 are '-" reported I from the * Kootenai %to
the •! Minnesota 2 line l and * snow is ■-* falling % from
Plymouth sound to Lake Superior.'; The pressure is
falling i steaollly lon f the I Pacific coast I and s south
west l storm warnings - are I displayed | from 1 Point
Reyes'* to »Eureka.* l* Conditions s are * favorable ) for
rain ** Friday 1 over 1 most lof * California. Tempera
tures are 15 .degrees or more below the normal at
Seattle, Tacoma,* Spokane and Portland. In: east
ern I Montana | and | the western | half of I North I and
South ■ Dakota the 1 temperature «has* fallen ,80 de
grees or more. ■*« East ;of .the; Mississippi ] tempera
tures are: nearly normal. : . ; -,. ':~iM^_M|t_
?-?'--7"';.*.-■ :--.?:-*?:FORECAST - * •
■ Forecast i for ,t the ' 30 i hours \ ending 1 at 1 midnight
Friday. November 10. 1911: gs^Sfeffe^^SS
11San Francisco and vicinity—Bain Friday; brisk
southwest wind.'-■ - , ■r^GsSjg&6t.%m&
y Santa' Clara* valley—Rain Friday; cooler; brisk
south wind. ll'lij/'MII Nil 11
M Sacramento valley—Rain Friday; cooler; brisk
to '■ high 5 south I wind. ll'lfftlU'lllliiltl iTh,
.- San Joaquin? valley—lncreasing cloudiness r Fri
day; : rain ■by night;, brisk l south wlnd. Bs^S_|H_i
-.« California *.< south > ... of ■-.iTehachapi—
cloudiness Friday; rain by night; brisk south
wind:'. \-* *•,- •.V'T:al^^ Ba*sfeoH^|^i^iSjJ»^M_paKßa
I A. G. McADIE, -District-F^rec«;tCT.|g
. i ,
«... .-■ ""?' .... ■».-*-. ■ . - . ■ " ■
pSßeady on the 7 classified *•* pages of to
day's Call what the leading- Real Estate
Firms; will dofpn'Sunday, Nov.' 12. ■ • ■
Movements of Vessels From All Ports
Continued From Page 9
paper,? who has come to - the i United
States' on business. ' ??■-.:, ? XX
?•■.-• C.; Robertson, who was I second ' officer
of the Maitai.? remained in New Zealand
this., trip itoibe "j married. >' He l.was '-«■ re
lieved i for the voyage: by F. s. L. Jaunay.
D. M. Gillies, former chief engineer of
the Maitai, has been given l, a shore jpb.
T. Anderson *is the Maitai's * new chief.
t • ■.. The t Maitai's cargo s Included ?2 5 s cases
of kauri gum 287 ingots iof tin and
shipments of hardwood, copra,?,;? cocoa
nuts, vanilla, fruit and -* eucalyptus 5 oil.
The'Maitai also brought f a large quan
tity of New Zealand butter if or British
Columbia' '??'''77*-7- \sxx*y--'xX' A7-''*'•' 7»£v*
The Maitai, leaving November 15, and
Aorangi, leaving;December.*l3,* will sail
via Tahiti, Rarotonga and -Wellington.
The? destination *is y Sydney, 7 instead of i
Wellington as heretofore. „ :?- •.--■-•?;
l Among ; the '-..: passengers . from Tahiti
"were*several , members fof ■ the • once rul- !
ing family. Among the royal travelers !
.were" Tat! > Salmon? and ' his * son, - Tauraa !
Salmon.:* 7??;7? ??:-'??.7?77-:'*i 7:,-77*7r-7*:'- "*> i
The following is.the passenger list:
77 Mrs.; M. * Atwater. J. Brander, Miss Laura *D.
Klrkness, H. » Lamond. Dr. M. Perclval.7 Tatl
Salmon. Tauraa Salmon,:-, V. Schiff. B. ,F. Varney,
F. ; Adams, Miss A. Z. Arland. A. Mackay, 1 C. L.
Parker. Mrs.-: M. Stuttford.*. Mr. and Mrs.. W. E.
Bobbins, A. C. Robbing, W. H. .1. Reynolds.,A:
Sandner,7,W. Sandlandt,: M. " Roberts. E. ' Brady,
E. c Holateln, A. 'G. ' Hempton, L. .; Hempto*. tL.
Jensen,' M.* Mizzl,-D.•? Morgan, -, J. Pomeroy, P.
Ryan, J. Thomas,; S. Nlshimura, Ah • Tong, wife
and three children. Ah iKlan.;7 -.'■-.-; ■•
-r. Kilauea Behave* Well on" Trial 7 |
? The steamer Kilauea. which .was built
at the Union Iron works for the -Inter
island Steamship company of 'Honolulu.
,was given its 1 trial trip*yesterday?.' and
demonstrated Its J ability ?to?do; everyr
thing: ' called v for,* in * the' specifications.
The steamer, was given a few full speed
whirls over the; measured ml le; and was
given a * taste •of * high life outside the
heads. It v proved steady in ? a seaway
and made the speed requirements with
out* undue vibration. The '. Kilauea" will
leave i about the *; middle rof „;. the month
for 1 Honolulu * and« will arrive ■ there > all
ready .* to >go into - service; in i the inter
island trade.?; J. A. Kennedy, president
and general manager of the steamship
company, who arrived vfrom?Honolulu
a few* days ago. was on board ; during
the trial and expressed himself so well
pleased with the latest addition to his
fleet that* he > will probably i make "■ the
trip j to ; Honolulu ; as * a ; passenger.
Captain Hansen to Be Tried
•United 7 States Local 7 Inspectors"
Thomas P. Deering and Carl F. Lehners
.will ? give a - hearing ?at•- 9 ; o'clock?- this
morning to" Captain? Andreas Kansen
of the United States ..quartermaster's
steamer ?El Aguador on charges ii of
negligence while * towing the 7 steamer
General Alexander »to Benicia on June
29. , The trial of Captain William Olsen,?
on *-. the charge ;of i negligently ? allowing
his I vessel, the .Jim Butler, ?to strand ;
near Pescadero point October.724,*thas j
been continued until next Monday!
morning. 7 7 i:?? .j
''AXx :'■ Small Yacht. Documented 7
7 * Mrs. Sarah Louise .< Brainard of- Sac
ramento yesterday ' secured a ; pleasure
boat document for s her 14 ton gasoline
yacht Louise, the first for some time of
such .-small tonnage to --receive such
papers, -which ? forbid , the ?vessel 7 from
engaging - in. trade of x any? kind. :• Mrs.
Brainard's son, O. L. Brainard; is mas
ter of the Louise. : ,-" r ? » -
7; s;J.'l*.; Luekenbach Libeled 7
? The George H. Tay w company J of,.this i
city * yesterday placed " a ';: libel \: on * the
steamer J. L. Luekenbach ' : to recover
$657.14, alleged to be due for r damages
to : boilers and tubes consigned to the
firm, shipped in the steamer from New
York December. ? ; *
?'.■■•*■ Water Front Notes
A The ? Harrison v line 7 freighter Chan
cellor r cleared; yesterday-for ** Liverpool.
? a Receipts* of "lumber yesterday by sea
amounted,, to 2.126,000 -■ feet.* *-■: ,-?I'V ,
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
'. ■-??".' ,/i the Pacific *.:, ;
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SEATTLE, Not.?' J).Arrived — Hum
boldt, j from * Skagway; ? steamer Yucatan, ; from
Tacoma;*- steamer Governor. - 7 from -Tacoma;
steamer, M. F. Plant. from San Francisco; steam
er ; Robert»Dollar.." from Tacoma; * steamer t Ala
meda, • from southwestern vAlaska;-. bark I-. E.
Pllier.7* from Vancouver. -ft + 7:p y*
Sailed Steamer > Robert Dollar, for Vancouver;
steamer Buverlc. for Yokohama; i steamer Vic
toria,* for - southwestern ( Alaska; steamer* Har
lenden, ? for •; Vancouver; ; steamer Georgia, for
Juneau. 7 :;"7..- :■' '''--y'.'-j '■..".
?ABERDEEN, Not.. 9.— steamer Norwood
arrived with' passengers from San ] Francisco for
tbe : sound. >. *„ -**'>*-*.vi-" ' ?' • '7? ■■'■-x.-X'-'XXyxXX,
■ The steamer Yellowstone and the schooner
Resolute sailed .[tor 7 8«b. Francisce.^^^^^^^'
: Cold * weather , and snow prevails, the • temper
ature > being 2 degrees - above • freezing, a? point
to which '. the; mercury never * fell : before so " early
in the season. Three?lnches of snow has fallen.
S PORTLAND, Nov*? 9.The American • schooner:
genome, »: which?; completed * Its ■'■ cargo .of lumber
for k the west l coast \ of Bants ■• America. at s West
port ..Tuesday, 5 has s cleared here and: wllllsali
as soon as It can a fair wind. It is laden !
with i 755.839 ' feet ,of t lumber, valued at . $8,36*,
for,; Antofagaata. ** It is under: charter ,-to W. R. |
Grace .*&> Co.'«■".? ?' ',-■• 'X- ' y????
Laden with lumber tor, San Pedro, the: schoon- i
er » Irene J has i left ; down r» from ' St. Helens." i
The steamer ]F*lrhaven has cleared for Seattle
with • 185 * tons *of .; barley. It <■ will < load " lumber
there for San Francisco.-., --*•.- *-■-■■ "'.-•-.. x~y
When it sailed X tonight for .' San -; Francisco,
San * Pedro * and * San Diego .the : steamer George
W. Elder, Captain Thomeen. had ;a i full * list of
passengers * and * all * the cargo It could * carry.
jl ; Rough '.weather* is reported by* the .' steamer
Washington. - Captain k. Winkle.*; which {arrived ? at
•8:30 i o'clock i this : morning from '■- San \ Francisco.
It " had '21 '• passengers i and 825 1 tons ' of j* general
freight. * The "Washington will load lumber at
the: Multnomah' Box factory for San Francisco. 7"
■ - SAN PEDRO, Nov. 9.—The steamer] Rose City
arrived .this; morning on N regular > schedule > from
Portland via I San | Franclsce, carrying 150 passen
gers and * 400 - tons of,- miscellaneous ' freight, and
merchandise' and will i clear on * the return voyage
tomorrow with ? return f cargo. ;
?* The "ateamefiWilla'pa- finished discharging . 550.
--000 feet -of ' lumber for * tbe < San \ Pedro Lumber
company and other I consignees and "cleared today
for Redondo Beach, with 300.000 ■• additional I feet
for [ wholesalers ?at . that : point, "* thence * for Grays
Harbor 'to; load a return cargo. xx /■:->'■ ':■.''. ''yrx , ;
" ■ Tbe 3 * schooner }> W. J. ? Patterson \ has ? arrived,
on *■ 10 • days « from s Willapa harbor, with - 700,000
feet of lumber at the-Pacific Wharf ' and Storage
and > Consolidated ■ Lumber f company., „77;:*.y i
Xfc- The.' steamer •» Fair Oaks ?-, finished * discharging
875,000 i feet 'of lumber! and! cleared *■ today, In bal
last for Grays , Harbor to load a return : cargo. gy?;
The "-'Pacific' Navigation vcompany's :,-'■'steamer
Harvard I arrived I from I San I Francisco | and after!
landing passengers and freight ; proceeded for j
San Diego. "'*.*■ ■"■ ■ —: . . ' .- - ?
n The i Yale . of i the •■ same -, company j cleared i this
afternoon for San ;Francisco 'with a largo* pas- j
senger and freight list. " v .":? -;?-..•>, :"..-*;;
fe Bates -,v A. * Chesebrough's *' steamer a (Riverside,
which 9 recently | arrived >* from . Balboa, Panama,
finished discharging 1,800 tons of Atlantic freight
and I merchandise and I after" loading 600 1 tons \of
return ■ cargo proceeded I tonight i for : San . Francisco
with i the 5 remainder > of J the s cargo. S^. i'k y^x
" The k steamer *» Daisy * Freeman r. completed % the
discharge of * 800,000 £ feet $of s lumber 5 for "& the
Consolidated Lumber company at Wilmington and
cleared t today. in ballast ' for orders.! v*?' *: „r^rs
M The I schooner Sadie,"* arriving I this morning lout
I nine I days i from I Coos J Bay, will discharge 400,000
] feet of lumber for v the 4 Kerckhoff-Cmtner Mill and
' Lumber " company. »?■=•■'•? :?-;7.-,,"•.•.-•• *~i yx^y-yty..yy
«t The t* Pacific ft Coast * company's * liner President
touched; here * today i bound i from ' San £ Diego» for
Seattle | Tla | Redondo I Beach I and San I Francisco,
and after taking passengers and < additional ' cargo
proceeded. "■ , -*'-'•
•r*After *- discharging 5a c. partial ; cargo of ; lumber
at ! Redondo I Beach the! steamer: J. *8. Stetson | ar
rlTed today: from Grays Harbor Tla San Francisco,*
bringing 1 500,000 feet for the ; Hlcks-Hauptman
Lumber company I and Tarlous [ other j consignees. «*s
w The steamer ,'Alcatraa finished I discharging 325,
--000 feet lof J lumber iat i this | port j and Wilmington
and cleared today for Greenwood to reload. r?^t*
N The I steamer _ Saginaw I arrived this * morning.*
four . days ' from i Willapa! harbor { with 1900,0001 feet
of : lumber consigned to the * Consolidated I Lumber
company?? at Wilmington. - •*' *^»R|p%__S
The I steamer tWellesleyi has * finished I discharg
ing 1600,0001 feet! of \ lumber row ; the Southern I Cali
fornia Lumber company and is scheduled to clear
tomorrow 1 for 1 Reofondo I Beach and Santav Bar
bara': with ; the ' remainder. al^^api^^ipf^^i
;«* Arrivals l at > Redondo Beach \ include i the I steamer
Helen' P. Drew, from \ Greenwood, and »the i Grace
Dollar ,ts from B Needle | rock, carrying 18,000 a and
9.0001 railroad ! ties, respectively, , fee. i tbe l Pacific
Electric company.' - *^^^S
ASTORIA, Nov. 9.—Steam schooner Nome City,
with Ia | cargo lof I lumber and | several I passengers
for ' San 1 Francisco, arrived i down 1 the . river this
morning and will go to sea as soon as tbe
'weather, conditions will; permit.^_^^S^_fslß_g
H steamer j Bear arrived I this | morning (from I San
Francisco, after i a very rough | trip up the coast,*;
with freight and !passengers. . • . -^ mqg&d
|8 Steamer f Golden I Gate » and \ the! schooner Anvil
arrived this morning, but were compelled to turn
back on account of the high seas running outside;
a Schooner.^rene.twtth la I cargo of j lumber from
i 8* Helens, arrived down*, the 'river Wednesday '
evening > and will sail for - San : Pedro as : soon as
the .weather conditions will permit: *77 7? 777 ??
,'y American-Hawaiian line steamer Falcon crossed
out | this * morning .. for. San' Francisco, but had | a
severe ■». time 7* in : going : out * and 7 shipped several
large seas. XXy'-X'Xi -'77,.'*;'-.:; y■■■■:■ :y^XXx.y
?•-". San ' Francisco tug * Dauntless,* with ; the barge
Amy. Turner in tow. is lying in the lower harbor.'
awaiting an opportunity to sail; for ; San ; Fran
cisco. ~ 'ti7*: /-.,; * „.*'*v;.i7 '.*'t£'■'.•'i*r"-'.'.''*.*X;-- <"*'••.•
52 Steamer J Beaver.'; after' remainingj in the • lower
harbor \ tor * several f. hours,': crossed i out 9 for 4 San
Francisco:about high tide: today; with ;freightand
passengers. .' • ■
7-Tank 'steamer W. S. Porter has been outside
since yesterday morning - awaiting : an' opportunity
to cross In. •_-'..v. "7. "7 "-'" "X 777' ?7'7
TACOMA. Nov. 9.—Arrived—Norwegian steamer
Solvelg. : Eureka; Norwegian steamer Mathilda,
west 'coast.*;:,' i':.- Xy-y •■■/>■ - ■ -<-y:X: ~~.X'X'x:
« Sailed—steamer ;■ Yucatan, " Seattle;? steamer
Governor,:* Seattle. - ■?' 7.7;. ?-■-. :'» ? ??7
PIER DIRECTORY 7
/• • *■■:... --..,-... - -- .-.■ ■■■:,.: ■..:..■■■
X.."-. NORTH OF MARKET -STREET* ?7~7
rier j.... wasi
r;..r.T7Si;
Pier 57..":.... Ji
Pier 7......-..-';;
Pier 9.7. Broao
Pier 11 Broao
Pier 137;-.:.:;;:?
Pler;i3;::;7y:Y7»
Pier
Pier
».;. -;':v.V.
i:....-..7V
Pier,
I Pier.
I Pier
I Pier,
'.*:;.. Gree
i..T.7Gree
r£77£r.7T3|]
:
77^ SOUTH OF MARKET STREET v?
. 2. .Mission
? 4...:.".; Mission.
6......: Howard
8..;. Howard
10.7;..;; Howard
12....... Folsom?
14 .7:.: Folsom ;;
16........ Harris*
20 ;-.;... 7^; Steua
24.7........ s-o pear
28.*:::."...*..*' Main
S4r.T....... Beale
86....'.".".;, Fremont
38........:. :> First
401 ' ■?'.•-7"-:? 7:?y
42 }■ P. U. S. S. Co.
44j:~7r 7~*"-7*,»;
54.. *:.'...7..Fourth
,.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE?. vV
From
Steamer
! Date
Los Angeles>....,. u<. IYosemite ......
Portland; & Astoria.. 1.. Nome; City ....
Antwerp via • San . Pedro Director '. •....
Balboa via San Pedro..! Riverside ......
Grays 1 Harbor '..■..'...; i New-burg
Portland -?.'.";.;:.r..v;:'.. Harinattan ....
Los ■ Angeles;r;;;...;.". Yale -:" r. .v.". i,"i
Puget Sound Ports r.V. City of Puebla.
San Diego &' Way Ports President;.".."...
Sal. Cruz & San Diego. Virginian .....
Portland '&' Astoria.... Falcon ........
Seattle & Tacomt Watson .".......
Shanghai ...■..:-.■.'..".*.. Tamarac y..'.,'i".
Balboa > direct.;....... Mackinaw r..r..
Los Angeles-:;...-....; Centralla '......
Coos Bay ....'.•.";.:..... j Redondo '..'..
Seattle direct *....:.;.. Senator .."...;'.■;
Humboldt "..*...;.:...". Santa .Clara ...
Manila ' via Honolulu... Log^p . •'• •. •*. ••
Portland .& Astoria.... BeaTer ."....'.. "..
Los Angeles .;.■;;-. Rose City.....*.
San Diego & Los Ang. Harvard ■-- 7Z?r.:
Portland & Astoria O. W. Elder..*:
Grays 3 Harbor ........ ICbehalls .;. /.v. j
Los Angeles -;:.;.-;.-..;-. Fair Oaks .;..":
Sollna Crua ........... St. Helens ;.v.. J
Humboldt .....;...... City - of Topeka.
New York via Balboa.. San Juan .Vr.'.
Mendoclnn & Shel. CoTe Sea 1 Foam ....
Seattle • direct ;Vi... .*.;. Governor .....'.
Salina Cruz .......... Melville Dollar.
San Diego & Way Ports Queen .......;
San Diego & Los Ang.lYale ...... .V.;
Loa Angeles.....;.....iHanalel,:.....:.
Sal. Cruz via San DlegoiArlzonan ......
Coos Bay .......;r.... Redondo
Tahiti .........;.•..%;.-.; iMariposa ....'..
Honolulu:...........;1.;.|Wlihelmlna ....
Seattle & Tacoma... r. M. *» F. Plant.
Grays v Harbor .....v.. Santa Monica...
Grays Harbor .."V.T.".. Norwood ', ;;':..".
Los Angeles....:;;..*;. Harvard* ..*....;
Point Arena' & Albion. Pomo '■....;;..■. I
Balboa direct ......;.. Kansas'- City....
Portland ; it Astoria ."..'. Bear ,■...r...... !
Los Angeles ...r.v...;. Beaver •"•'• •.....
San Diego & San Pedro G.^W.? Elder...
I HOT. ii
Not. 1
Not. 1
Nov. l:
Not. 1:
j:\ot.
INov.
Not.
| Not, :
; Not. :
I Not. :
',
r.
Not.
Not.
r.
Not. :
Not. :
\ i
■.
r t J
i>OT. i
Nov. :
Not. :
Not. :
(Not-. 1
•>OT.
I Not.
Not.
Not.
TO SAIL
T.
Nov. 10 Carlos *•-,': .*...;,. !
Nov. 10 Northlands..;.7
Nov. 10 Chancellor 7.7".'.
Nov. * 10 G. C.' Llndauer.
Nov. 10 Hanalel ?.".'.:..
Nov. = lOjYosemite ?*: 7.7".
Nov. 10; Yale --". ... ;..V.
Nov. 101 Pennsylvania *".".
Not. 10! Roanoke »-.".'.-..
Nov. * lOjCoos ■ Bay......
Nov. 11 J. • B.. Stetson..
Nov. ll;Coaster *;
Nor. 11 Brooklyn ;.. 7.77
Not. lllQutnault *.' ..v.:
Nov. ll'Tshoe 1...".:...
Nov. 11! North Fork
Nov. ? 11 Phoenix v.. .7.*.
Nov. 11 [Harvard ;..:.".
Nov. ; 11 G. -W.7 Elder...
Nor.'-.. 11'President
Nov. • 12 Chehalis ,:.... r.
Nor. ?' 12 FairiOaks ....
Nov. 12[Pomo .-,::-..■.....
Nov. 12 Rose City-....
Nov. 13! Newburg. 7 '.'. : '.".
Not.? 13' Director :.;....
Nov. 13 Santa Clara : ...
Nov. ,13 Acapulco■».:....
Nov. ; 13 Bearer :<iT.".~.:
Nov. j 13!Governor ,f..;..;
Nor.' 13 Watson .;;.. :.i
Nor. 13 Yale?.;..:...; I
Nor. 14 Redondo *:*.7Y77 !
Nov. 14 City of Topeka!
Nov. 14 Senator ..... 7.1
Nov. 14 Norwood:":.77.:]
Nor.? 15 Hornet '■ 7777 '.'.". . !
Nov. l." Sea Foamy.::.]
Nov. 15'Harvard 7.....
Nor.*15 Nippon? Maru.7]
Nov. 15 Riverside ;..*.%.'.
Nov. . ISiMaital ?....;:..
Nov. 15 1 Enterprise 7.7 7.
Nor.*15 Harmattan ...
Nor.; 15lCentralla .'7J
Nor.; 16 Queen:?'..:*.; tA\
roruana ■. ..
Humboldt ..
Humboldt ..
Los Angeles.
Car, m»n
San Diego.. .
nana - ...
- , ni mi I
%} Diego...
iboa'.;.".;
-.lor,,* „-«•-
rtland ...
) Pedro...
tland ...
•Hariri ■:. '
'nana - ...
u ...
a ...
us .
4 pm
1 pm
5 pm
4 pm
.4 pm
• 6*pm
l'pm
1 pm
4 pm
?7'pm
2 pm
2 pm
1 pm
8 pm
12 m
3 pm
5 pm
1- pm
'5 pm
; 3 pm
8 pmj
10 am
4' „ m t
pmj
: 19,.
P.
10
51 1
■- 7-
42.
137
11
51.;
19
-27 7
87
27
38*
19 f
•>*7.
13
9
21
i 8
40
21.
ictoria ....
tumboldt. .'.
alboa *'....;
os Angeles.
>r> ' r\i„.™ ' ■ I
in Diego...
II am
2 pm
3 pm
4 pm
' 3 pm
III am
2 pm
2 pm
5 pm
?4'pm
74 pm
'1pm
12 mi
13"
42
40
-*9s
10 *■
:--77
19 7
'•11?
9
[Los; Angeles.
Coos i Bay 7T"]
! Humboldt ..
Puget J. Sound
Ix)s* Angeles 7
Tuget: Sound
i Mendocino*.*. |
! San; Diego...
. i
38;
:-4:'
*7.-
34
42
21
38
l
Hongkong;.. |
Balboa?..;..
: Wellington;.'
I Honolulu?'...
It-1.._1.I_1. - *•--..
Dunkirk v.."7
3 pt
Vii*
I 8
San
TO SAIL FROM| SEATTLE
Steamer
IX'
& Way Porta.
& Way Ports.
& Way Ports.
11
TtfrnH
Sun, Moon and Tide
United States coast and geodetic; surrey—Time
x ' - and '< heights "of tides ", at * Fort ' Point. For: city
7 front' (Mission street wharf) /add 25 1 minutes.
FRIDAY. * NOVEMBER? 10
San * rises ".:. ...77'..,'. .7. ;*......... .*..7.'..'. . 6:46
Sun : sets '.7r.'..*.:..*...7;...*...... *.;;*7...77;6:03
Moon*; rises ?;...:.:..;.....'.... 7. .*;.. .8:39 -p.> m.
Last> quarter moon.. .7vr;"" Nov. 12. at 11:10 p. m.*
New moon ...-.T.;V7.7.7 Nov. 20, at 12:40 p. m.
First quarter m00n...;..?. Nov. 28. at .5:33 p.m.'
xCx. (Tlmel (Time ■■■■■'.■* Timet r ITlmel * .
■SOT' -l'Ft.1 Ft : 1 Ft I ];rtv
;r,i |HtWh7 • L? W 7 ; HW| f * L?W >?^7
10.. 3:30i 4.7! 7:35] 3.61 ;i:00|^fl.8 8:38
11.. 4:38 4.8 8:45 3.8 1:55 5.8 9:36
12.. 5:38 4.8 10:05 3.6 8:15 4.9 10:36
13.. 6:28 5.0 11:36 ,;* 3.4 ,4:56 "- 4.5 11:37
14.. -7:10 5.212:55 72.8 6:32| 4.4 ....
[....7
?7-.-. 7777 Time Ball f .;^r;t7 7-*7
United: States branch ; hydrographlc office, Mer
. ..- chants' - Exchange, San Francisco, November
9, 1911. "'-,? -v-w-7' .<-.•:.-= x ■:..■•:.■ X:-^--yyxx.
,7 she time ball on the % root lof * the '-j Fairmont
hotel l was dropped today exactly; at noon.. Pacific
standard \ time * (120 th: meridian)," >or at f Bh. 00m.
00s. Greenwich i mean time. . ■ > .':■?>* '".yUx^.-*y
B. O. BARTHALOW, ; .
. • Lieutenant, U. yS. N., in charge. •
HYDROORAPHIO OFFICE 77. -
Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbor.
i. R.
26
I - westward
'• N. whis
h} Steer NE.
I main cnai
buoy.
E. from
200
(.hannel. i
whlstll
I
I
I
f
• i
i.
iamth
west.
in?l st
sonth.
Hmbldt
18
;l
lei un-
channel
7
i j
r.
3%
■v.
:..
7
>• '
,- ■
hannel well to
and narrow.
|*^»U.lS.lßi<meh?Hynro»raphlciOfllce77?i|
Sr A _ branch lof I the I United f States }• hydrographlc
offlce, located* in the i Merchants' Exchange, la
maintained fin I San i Francisco X for the * benefit of
mariners, , without 1 regard to nationality . and ■ free
of * expense."-?* NaTlgators i are t * cordially invited |to
Tislt j the; of fice&where *a I complete I set \of I charts
and I Bailing | directions |of | the world j are I kept iat
band for comparison and reference and the latest
Information?? can '-§ always p be X obtained « regarding
lights, dangers to navigation and matters of in
terest to ocean commerce. * .'-. :•• ■
-. B. Q. BARTHALOW,
,___?.. Lieutenant. U. S. N. : la charge.
AUCTION SALES
FOR SALE
10 ? large ;; Mares \ and ;'i 10 large 3 Horses: . alow
' Wagons and Harness?; suitable for ranch.
A-A 7, *:'7?'*7?:II?KISSL3NQ?Si^7? : 7 77??;:':*-.-^
H. TAYLOR CURTIS Auctioneer
.>7 7 /(Member. S. F. Association*.of Auctioneers) •-7 * . ~
THE HONORABLY SIDKY BEY
Former Secretary of the Turkish Legation at Washington, It.: p. - x
Has, Brought .to San Francisco
His Wonderful Collection
OF
ORIENTAL RUGS
7 ** And Will Hold an Auction Sale in «
The Sutter Street Salesrooms
V; (532-534 SUTTER STREET, ABOVE POWELL) -_* f
TODAY, NOV. 10, at 2, Afternoon
' The HONORABLE SIDKY BEY will be present at* the Exhi
bition and Sale and will give his personal attention to those inter
ested in i examining the collection of Keshans, Ispahans,- Kirman
■-.• '•";- *. fj?.-'•■X"~y ■■ ■■ ".: '*„''■?-' - *'•'.. . ■*' ■';.-...-•' ....; _
shahs, Saruks and the other rare r antiques that make up his- valuable
■j ~ *■_ ■ • - •'• - ■ ' ?; -
collection. 7 .7?. -■' " " - . '
? . H. TAYLOR CURTIS, Auctioneer
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
-'77 -?? '' " ARRIVED 7?7 7—7? , v
;'. Tuesday. November 7.
--12:40 p. m., stmr Vanguard. Odland, 24 hours
from Eureka; 343,000 feet lumber,. 14 tons butter
to E. J. Dodge A\Co.'^'!^-y-H'^^x2A'Ay
-.-■*., -■:-•-f-.-.'i --".'-Wednesday, November 8. •
11:83 *p. m., powischr;, Newark, -'Wayland, 7
hours * from Pigeon point: * 800 sack*. beans. < 230
sacks oats."' 200 ,boxes,apples; < 15 rolls leather to
South Coast Steamship company.--*: --X J'l\ ' *■?
".-: 12; p. m.. stmr.: Coos Bay, Bowen. «4 ■ hours
from San Pedro and * way ■ ports: * merchandise to
Pacific Coast Steamship company, ;'-:■ „-• -?;> *
;v • .-. -.. ■- :j .-•:-.'..:■. Thursday, November 9.
2:20 p. m.. stmr Oleum. Curtis. 31' boars from
Port* San Luis; ' 32,000 barrels Oil to Union Oil
company. ? i,'"" 7-. ;"-' ■"-?'-7:•••-.?.*'*». *'
--4:15. p. m.. stmr7Hanale.i, Hamma. 4* hours
from San Pedro; passengers and merchandise to
Independent' Steamship company^ -'*?? «i« *:?'-■<• iJ.
'• 4 p. m.. -stmr.Despatch," Reo-s, 28 hours from
Eureka; - 600,000- feet -.lumber „ to. Pacific .Lumber
company.--:*/. ;-,*■•■..'-■•■ -•■V* :•*"■-**'*'.'T^?**•*'?*.
11:23. a. m., Br stmr:Malta!, Stevens. 20 days
from? Auckland, .Tla: Tahiti days: passengers
and merchandise to J. D. Spreckels & Bros, com
pany. fa! m., Jap; stmr; Tenyo * MarnV_: Bent,' 27 |
7:33 a. m., Jap stmr Tenyo Maru. Bent. 27
days 9 hours * f ram Hongkong,- via ' Yokohama IB !
days 9 hours and Honolulu 5 days 19 hours: pas
sengers and merchandise to W.H. Avery, agent.
3:25 a. * m., stmr Porno, - Lilleland. ** 14 nours:
fro*' Albion, via Point Arena 11 hours; 280,000
feet lumber to Swayne A Hoyt. - :<-- .„ v 7
n* 3:45 a. m., stmr Phoenix, * Sharkey.?27 hours
from Eureka; 275,000 feet lumber to B. J. Dodge
:■-■, 6:05 a. m., stmr Northland, •Bodge, 36 boors
from Hueneme; 600 tons -.beans ■ to E. J. 'Dodge*
A Co.
' 1:50 p.' m.. stmr Doris, Olsen,7 50 ' hours: from
San Peefro; ballast to E. T. Kruse. :'-•; •-*-*:.;'-J-:-*?
-7:10 a m.;'sttpr.Noyo,.Swanson,;ls hours from
Fort I Bragg; 328,000 • feet lumber *to Union? Lum
ber company. 7 '._?'. „ •■'■-*'" --*
•-7:20 a. m.. atmr Roanoke. Jesaen, 32 hours
from San ' Pedro; ; passengers . and merchandise; to
i North -5 Pacific ' Steamship company.; ■;:-?'/ .y ? 77 f *
i ■> 11:30 a, m.,'| atmr 1 Charles |Nelson,,Hanson, 42
hours from San Pedro: 80, tons - bone-dost to the
Charles Nelson company. . ?: . . 7 7?*-,-"'" V*7
10:50 a. m., stmr? Brooklyn, Donaldson, 45
hours' from' Bandon; 800,000 • feet i lumber to Bud
'' den * Cbrlstenaon. ... .*. ) '?.7:; XA]xx'XAA ll£, '
9:50 a. m.,'" whaling stmr Herman. Bodflsh, 22
days from Unalaska: 13.000 .pounds'bone;' 1,000.
pounds ivory : and '■ skins to Northwestern Invest
ment .company.77 - * -'.■."- *-'?'.?'"*■ V*"V7*:: - *r? 71?
9:50 'a. m.. s *whaling stmr Karluk, v Foley, 25
days 1 from Unalaska; ■* 16,000 7 pounds; bone c and
skins' to Stabens A Friedman. --" ?'** 7 -
' 9:50 a. ; m., f stmr Klamath. Jahnsen,? 39 hours
from San Pedro; i ballast to Charles R. McCormlck
10:10 a. I m., stmr Corona<Jo, Stangeland, 68
hours ; from * Grays ; Harbor; ) bound • south, put ;In
for fuel and passengers. ? > 7 -f- '.':'■ ,
-..- -~" .-'.- CLEARED ■?■;? :
- Thursday.'.November 9. y
Br stmr Chancellor, Kearne, Liverpool and Lon
don; Balfour. Guthrie A Co. -7;i.:. ?. ".* *;7
?* Stmr * Pennsylvania. . Kidston,; Ancon; -. Pacific
Mail Steamship company.; "* "7
';■ Stmr Buekman. Wilson, Seattle; Alaska Pacific
Steamship company. *„...,-■' 7 - •*? ■x'- i -x'y:
■'■■■' Stmr ' Santa Maria, Curtis. Honolulu via • Port
! San Luis; Union Oil company.' * .. ;; *-'■
Stmr City: of .Topeka. * Gielow, Eureka; s Pacific
Coast Steamship company. ,';."; '
'.'■'? Stmr "Coos Bay. Bowen, .San'Pedro;: Pacific.
Coast Steamship; company. "... - ■--. ,■'-""■-- 7?
Stmr Columbian, Colcord, Sallnar Cruz; Wil
liams. Dimond A Co. , v
; .-;-•'.-: ; "■ ?• -SAILED?'-?';-- . ?-"" :'.'■ :
'<-; Thursday. November 9. -.- ]
; '3:20 p. m., stmr Buekman. -Wilson; Seattle.^ . s -. 1
? :3:30 p. m., stmr National City,. Bostroni, Fort;
Bragg.-..?.? :- - - , '".f.*.. ','■' :.>?■■ ■ x,-x~y.y -: '•) ■-*?'•
3.*30 p. m.. stmr Klamath; Jahnsen, Astoria.;-. * ;
i s'p;.m.,;stmr, Scotia, Justen.'-Bowens* landing. j
' 5 p. m.,' stmr ; Del ; Norte, Sanford, 1 Crescent
City. ?-.?*'"^:7*'*?: ;-7.7- .;'';■'.•??;'7• iXxxy^:y.\
5:45 p. m., stmr Doris. Olsen, Grays i Harbor.
--7 «:§0 p. m.. pow schr, Newark,- Way land, Pigeon J
point,'etc.?-;' 'X'xry : -■-■ xxy: .*---■■.- ■•y-j-yf^ ~-i\
:712:05 p. m., stmr Alaskan, Patterson, -Seattle ;
and'Tacoma. •:-...;,.■:. 1--.•.-.■• ■ y-r ■ >■■-':■ -
12:50 p. m., stmr Columbian,;Colcord, Salina
Cruz.:-: ?7'. ■''': i;-*:-' ?i?- ':7-.7?**-?: i ":' • '•'> [
1:50 p. m., stmr COronado,, Stangeland, San ;
Pedro. ''■-■.. .;.*.'-■•■• *V' 7?'?' r ~: ;'■'. '-' XXX. Xx,.xxrxi±;xx
2 p. m.. Nor stmr.Thor, Egenes.iNanaimo.--,-' 1
::-•-'■■ 10:50. a.* m. ,7 stmr ... J. L. '. Luekenbach,* \ Conner; J
New York. '-■'-.•■ 7 •~\-~'.f.. '.',; ■-.-;■;.' •"■'T'.."-?-..;-:7??.-7
--11:15 a., m., stmr Queen, Alexander, San]
Diego. ■•■.'- x-;x '■ ■:■';";-..-7*"■ '?.*.- *r ;■*•-.'**:...'.,*"■ ;i'".'7'■•■■> --.'.-j
; * * 11:15 a' m., * stmr City of Topeka, .Gielow,; Eu
reka. '■- '-- ..*".-'.-■*:.' -. ?':.■ ;.■•-.7>-;'•.•'■ 7*;---'*;-v";J
;.;->-»'•-•..?*' ."---:: - -TELEGRAPHIC.*''-.---.y;':-"*-:i-'?7
-*' POINT •' LOBOS. Nov. 9, 10 p. m.—Weather
foggy;: wind 8: = velocity 14 miles an; hour. - t-y X
* ?* ■ WEATHER REPORTS*., ?-- *
* POINT REYES, Nov. 9, 8 a. m.— Cloudy; wind
velocity = 6 miles an hour. ■:*.? * 7
*-TATOOSH, Nov. 9,* 9 a. m.—Heavy snow; wind 1
NE; Telocity j3l * miles' an - hour.? *. .■ , ;y - ;
*k FARALLONES. Not.'9,* Ba. m.—Raining; wind
NW; Telocity 4 mile* anihonr;7;v *?-. -.-.'-.■•■-' x"\
v*. POINT LOBOS, Not. 9, 91 tv m.—Cloudy; wind
W; velocity 8 miles an hour. - "
? POINT LOBOS, ■*' Not. 9, rl2 : : m.—Clear; wind
NE;f Telocity 8 * miles; an hour. <: 'Zy '■'-■'
xx' POINT LOBOS. S Not. 9, ■3,' p. Clear; wind
W; Telocity .. 7.. mil es an; hour. *~* -" '„ - ? ' > *
? :'=y: . DOMESTIC PQRTS^r??. '7
-V VALDEZ—SaiIed ' Not. B—Stmr ; Northwestern,-. I
for-SeatUeA*-''i*?7? ■*•■". 7;--*..--;.'-* r.;:-*-;'-yr ;---j
ir t FORT BRAGG—Arrived Nov.\9—Stmr; Bruns-1
wick, hence ~ N0t.78.r--\y--'-..7i*^ *. ? .*"77- yk"- ?7^'.,- ?*'.'4!
? Sailed . Not. 9-~Stmr James S. ' Higgina, for San
Pedro. '
>: REDONDO « BEACH—; Nov-. 9—Schr >G.
W. Watson,"' from f Grays: Harbor; ' Ger,' stmr * Wo- ;
tan. from Otarn. xy/yx:.y :;,." x.-yf'Xiy.-A^yy/x
: •; Sailed* Nov. Stmr 5 Grace - Dollar, for Needle !
rock.* ;•>"?-- •.■*■■:■ ■■-.-.■■': v ■-.■.••'■ ■-". 7?'-;-";; -. -■ "*;'*,;- j.'--7|
* SOUTH' BEND— Not. -9; 11:30 a. m.— i
Stmr i Rainier,", hence * Not. *! 6.-77 1 -7,Vi' "*•'.; 7* |
m SAN » PEDRO—Arrived N0t.79—1 Harvard.!
stmr 1 Rose City, | hence J Nov. 8; f. stmr I President,
from s San »Diego: * atmr JJ.•: B. Stetson,*7 from Re-1
dondo i Beach; -* schr * Sadie, f rom / Coos : Bay; * stmr
Saginaw,; from ; Willapa harbor; f schr W. J. Pat- j
terson, from Willapa harbor. ■ ... -<
*-. Sailed N0t.149—; .President,. - Yale. Fair
Oaks, Alcatraz I * and s? Daisys; Freeman, fori San
Francisco; ■: stmrs > Harvard . and ' WJllapa, for San
Diego. ' '„..-'
■S% ABERDEENArrived ; Not. ; 9-rStmrJ; Norwood,'
bence '•■ Nor. 6. ">"?' X.-?•>:,. -?'" -:?"; 7"«'->'"?*7''7" ,":^*;|
*£ Sailed I* Not. —Stmr ;7 Yellowstone, for * San !
Pedro:: schr Resolute, for Guaymas.7:; Xyxxy »;,,-]
WESTPORT—Anchored Not. 9—' Resolute,
for J Guaymas. .:.- - 7
TACOMA— » Not.* * 9—Stmr Yucatan, I for I
Seattle; -Br Btmr I Robert Dollar, for * Vancouver.
-.^ .'Arrived; Nov. &—Nor : atmr; Mathilda, 7* hence,
Nov. 4. . .. ■- -
m KETCHIKAN— i Not. 9—Stmr Admiral
Sampson, Dolphin, from. Seattle. ■;
COOS BAY—Sailed? Not. 9, 1:30 p.?mi—Stmr
Redondo, for San Francisco. '„?*-.7 : "-..-? ..* ; -21
ArrlTed Nor. 9, ? 7 a, na.— Stmr Breakwater?
from 'Astoria. " -' ', -';- " --•--:
W EUREKA —Arrived '. Not. 9, 7 : a.l m.-^Stmr Ar
eata, hence Nov. 7;'B a.:m., < stmr Santa Clara,
hence Nov. 8.
Sailed Nov. 9, 12 m.—Stmr? Alliance, for ;As 7
toria.
y POINT?REYES—Passed. Not;* 9—Two masted
schooner, bound south. .. d " ".* '^ran^f*
TATOOSH—Passed- Not. 0. 5 a. m.—
masted 9 steamer,; bound i in; " three 3 masted ? steam
schooner,"". bound , out; * 7 a. m.7* Jap * atmr Tamba
Maru, from Hongkong • tor: Seattle. £'<§3§^gg!^£
AUCTION SALES
E. CURTIS
, ..7--'-'—- AUCTIONEER I? - - - . *
Office arid salesroom. > cor. Van Kesa and
Sacramento (former Walter building). i Phones:
Franklin' 2284. Home C 6553; residence.*- 808 Ash
; bary. *,-'-*.? y V-V-..? '>.-';■•. ;?:.; 7 '•■'''•>'''■.*','■"■
__£ A^SI:A:xS&
ONE CARLOAD HORSES
WEIGHT FROM 1.200 TO 1,700 LBS.—
,G. LINDAUER. 122 Clara-st.
Phone Kearny 659.
• ASTORIA—SaiIed Not. 9. 10 a. m.—Nor stmr
Guernsey, for Adelaide; 8 a. m., stmr ■ Falo»n,
tor San Francisco. -.■*'. .. - %.£" •". '.-...- -;- *- 7- -"■* -'■■'*
Arrived Not. 9, 2 p. m.—Stmr Catania, rnmco
Nov. 6. -;'-' *-- '"-xx-'i' „ ...
:■ ' Sailed' Nor. 9, 12 Stmr Beaver, for San
Francisco; U. S. stmr Manning, for cruise; 12 m.,
stmr Falrhaven. for Port Ludlow; 11 a. m., stmr
Maverick, for San Francisco; 2 p. m., atmr Nome
City,- for San Francisco. ** : .: -> .'■■-■"
?r Arrived Not. * 9, <7; a. m.—Stmr . Bear,'. hence
Not. 7. '■•?:--.': *-..":- %'■'■---• — *- _. ' '
7 PORT SAN LUlS—ArrlTosd Now. S— Barge 91,
hi tow tug Defiance, 'from* San -Pedro. .
i> SAN * DlEGO—Arrived -Nor. 9—Stmr Argyll,
from San Pedro/7 -i,,?** - -••*■- -■"■'■'-- •-' _^
- POINT LOBOS—Paaaed Nor. 9. 11 a; m.-r-3tmr
San Pedro, from Eureka for San Pedro.
- SEATTLE—SaiIed "Not. B—Stmr Senator, for
San ' Francisco. ;' •• ' c"? *. --.-* "■"."*'"-?■ .
v ArrlTed Not. B—Stmr Humboldt, from Skag
wav.
CRESCENT—Paased'in Not. 9—Br stmr, prob
ably Kumeric, from Yokohama for Seattle.-.-*'
I ~ ISLAND PORTS v
? HONOLULU— Not. ,8, 8:30 p. m.—Br
stmr Zealandla. for Sydney.
7 EASTERN PORTS 77, '
PHILADELPHIA—ArrITed Nor. Stmr Ken
tuckian. from Puerto Mexico. *.;. .
BOSTON—Sailed Nov. B—Schr Victor A Ethan,
for- Seattle. ;..7'-?-' 7?"?' '■' i/"7*?-?•'*-' '7
-.. „;..-.,: FOREIGN PORTS _
YOKOHAMA—SaiIed Not. 9—Stmr Korea, for
* San Francisco via Honolulu.-y .- - y"
LAS ALMAS— Nor.-ft—Ger atmr Se
.ranis, from Puget* sound.? • ". ~ :
" SHANGHAI—ArriTed prior Not. 9—Br attar
Ashtabula, hence Sept. ' 28.-'*- *'■ '':■-■''.■■
■ * ALGIERS— Not. ,8-r-Br atmr Bosealc,
for Boston and New York. *; ' . ,;
. PUNTA ARENAS—ArrITosd. prior. Nov. 8— Nor
stmr Haas B, from' Oregon -for United Kingdom.
:: PUERTO? r MEXICO—ArrITed - Nov. Stmr
Kflnsan, New York. -.-.•--■ -r .
k Sailed - Not. 7—Stmr. Oregonlan, tor Delaware
breakwater;;.--?.-":'"??- -""*'._:--'
' -: SALINA CRUZ—ArrlTed Not. 6—Stmr Mlssou
rlan.: hence Oct. 30. r..*x.:~, *; ». n . *
.-.-PRAWLE POlNT—Passed -Nor.- 8— ship
Marlborough Hill, from Victoria for United King
dom. ■ ■'. '* "..-•' ..-•--."" - --- ■
ILOlLO—Arrived Nov. 7—Br stmr Harlow,
from New York, -f-a&^^&^i"*-BP^wMft?**''fe
-.VICTORIA—ArriTed Not. 9—Br stmr Kumerlr.
from .Yokohama; Jap stmr . Tamba. Maru, . from
Hongkong. » ;v: ;....■ '-'.7: ".* *-""'
- HAKODATE—ArrITed Nor. 7—Br atmr M. S.
Dollar, from Shanghai. '*?':-:- ■ .;' :7*
CORlNTO—Arrived ; Nor. Ger stmr . Har
monthis,: from- Antofagaata . for San Francisco. •
OCEAN STEAMERS 77? ■
NEW YORK—ArriTed Nor, 9-^-Stmr,New York,
from Southampton: stmr Alice, - from Piereaa;
atmr President- Grant, ■ from Hamburg. ;■.•--'
-*.*. Sailed i Not. 9—Stmr Print : Friedrich Wilhelm.
for Bremen; - stmr La I Lorraine, | for Hayre; j stmr
Cedric, for Liverpool; stmr . Carpatbia. : for Ne
ples; atmr I Helllg.'OlaT, for Copenhagen; * stmr
Uranium, for Rotterdam. ? *1 "• >'i* - '
HAVRE—Arrived Nor. v 9—Stmr La Savoie,
from New -York.-"-??.- .....-;•-.
LIVERPOOL—Arrived *.Not.7o—Stmr iTernla,
•tmr Cymric, from Boston. 7- - * •
= • QUEENSTOWN— Nov. 9—Stmr Adri
atic, from New York.'"UMioWftlii^ifc-^' !_gaawflflgH
I -.Sailed Not. 9—SUnr St Paul, for New York.
?• LONDON—Sailed Nor. 9 —Stmr Mesaba, for '
New York.'"*-■' ■"-. "' 1
' - ROTTERDAM; Nor. B—Stmr Campa
nello," from New -York. ..;,:*
j New -York.-f*--:?. : ,-•"--.■...•■
i .'NAPLES—Arrived Not. 9Stmr.Panonia. from
! ? LIVERPOOL—SaiIed Not. 9-^Stmr; Celtic, tor
New York; atmr Laurent Montreal.
?. . '7*"**; 7' Memoranda ■'A:-
- VICTORIA, Not. * 9.—-The" divers' survey
on Br atmr -Bessie Dollar "reports: vessel unin
jured. It will commence reloading.deckload to
morrow. - - yXXx-'AAXX'- '•.:■-:' "",'* • ' -""
By Wireless , "s
■ - „, Wednesday, ? November 8.
STEAMEH. 3. A. CHANBI£B-7*-From *. Monterey •
for Astoria: - 8 p. -m.7 249 - miles - from * Columbia
. : river bar; light westerly wind; heavy westerly
?.■„ swell.v- -;."?„._.;•'■-'.":".":•'..■ ..; '?7"7?'77? -77 ~xx."'"y
STEAMER W. F. HEREIN—From Honolulu for '."."
-S'GaTtota; 8 p. m., 715 miles from Gaviota; fine
-' weather; fresh north wind and moderate sea.
STEAMER SBOSECBANS5 BOSECBANS—From * Redondo ? Beach
for Astoria; 8 p. m., 150 miles south of Colum
■■- bia river; fresh westerly gale; he*Ty swell and •
. i.Ses.--.-*". y;7 7. „;., ../'. : v- y ..._..?<,-. '".-? -yy
7 ..* ??-.?-? "7 --■' • -A'-r "XXX w" j
A A-x ... Army Transports !-.$A#A
.:*' The Crook is In port. :*7-7."' -'77 7*' - -*7??, 3jjf"*
l The Baford is In port. -- - 7.7.7 ..' **, •£* y
-»*.* The Logan sailed October 18 from Manila." i r*:>
--« 'The Sheridan is in port. ? >-„-.: Tj7
rTbe Sherman sailed October 5 for Manila.- i'-x'.
■ The Thomas sailed November 6 for Manila. *7
The Warren is at Manila. ...... 7-««"«V7---,-v> "*7
• ...
xx. ,'..* ...'•'.-.-- DAILY-RIVES BULLETIN
i*.i SACRAMENTO, "Not. o.—Observations taken
at 7 a. m.. Pacific time. : ;K;^;77.-',y -
. .•... •. .....-.-• ..
STATIONS
• .- . .■ -? * --.
*Jr*»v
. ; ■ r. ,
■,:«.*:
jf.
..?*
i.'-o ■■-
..-►*■:
Ulzti
«^ ..
-,.,(».
-:- *.n.
•-: I-
r».
• : ' 5"
"I *.;
i * ».*
. m
Sacramento watershed— |.' v r '"*
Kennett. Sacramento I river. 23.0
Red . Bluff.'Sacramento river r 23.0":
St.? John, Stony j creek .*; ,*'.->7 ; 12.0.
Jacinto, Sacramento river. . 21.0
Colusa. Sacramento river... 29.0.
Knights j Landing, Sac. river f 18.0 *
Oroville. ; Feather ? river ,": ? 23.0;
Marysville. Yuba hirer n :.. 30.0
Nicolaus, Feather riTer.'.;.. -'.;;;-
Folsom.* American,7river.',7 ?.V;*7'
Sacramento. Sacto. river... 29.0
Rio Vista. Sacramento j rirerf 18.0:
0.3 0.0
1.8 / 0.0
0.0 770.0;
0.9 7 0.0
1.8 i-o.o*
"0.6* »o.i
1.0— *0.2
6.8 '.'.; 0.0
2.9 —0.1
2 2* »0.1
6.7 tO.O
' 8.0* f "0.3
'£5 • * Indicates ' rising.*! ('— Indicates falling.*; 77 <■:
": * ;.-:'--;; N. R. TAYLOR. Local Forecaster.
'■ . , . ■ < ... x:
E. F. HUTTON & CO.
.490 California- St. Tel. Do.fflaa24B7
St. Fraada.Jlotel. Tel. Doa«las 3882 ':
'■XL. "* - .*> *• « «" *■ *..;- - • .i." ' ,' '-" 7
Members of New York Stock Exchange \
„-.-.-■• ■-': :~^y*-'' ---_.'■ ■ " - :;.-"- ■■vgsSmm 1
Pioneer Home
Private Wire to Chicago 7
and New York

R. E. . MTJLCAHY, Manager 1
17

xml | txt