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VENTURA WILLTAKE
MANY PASSENGERS
Oceanic Steamship Company's
Fast Liner Sails This After
noon for Sydney
HE Oceanic Steam
ship company's fast
liner Ventura, Cap
tain Cowell, will
sail at 2 o'clock
this afternoon for
Sydney, via Hono
lulu and Pago Pago,
with a capacity
cargo and more
than 200 passen
gers. The major
ity of the passen
gers are booked
through to Sydney.
In addition to the
Sydney passengers
taken from here
the Ventura will pick up at Honolulu
a number who left here on the Sierra
and spent two weeks between steamers
seeing the island territory.
Among the passengers on the Ven
tura will be C. C. Spink of St. Louis,
who is going to the antipodes as a
missionary. His mission is the propa
f™i| On ,f' Z baseba,l and if Aul
ln?*HHe« c h n ii S? nvert Its cricket fields
aseball diamonds it will not be
t X s fault.
For th« further awakening of Aus
tralasia the Ventura is taking to Syd
ney a real untamed wild west show
with a complete assortment of gun
fighting cowboys, bucking broncos and
lady steer ropers.
Among the passengers from Europe
wll Iβ Harwood A. Banner and wife
of London. They are making their
way around the world. Paymaster G
\enter, the handsomest officer in the
Lnited States navy pay corps, will be
a passenger on the liner to Pago Pago,
where he has heen assigned for three
years' duty. He will be accompanied
by his wife.
Dr. Kurt Sperling, a German Judge
bound for German Samoa, will be a
passenger as far as Pago Pago. Judge
Sperling was the guest yesterday of
Franz Bopp. German consul general at
this port.
Sir Hassen Ben All of Morocco will be
a passenger on the Ventura, He Is con
nected with the Turkish diplomatic
service and has been in New York
studying aviation.
Among the passengers for Honolulu
w-ill be J. P. Cooke.
The Ventura will arrive at Sydney
December 9.
Mongolia Is Doe Today
The Pacific Mail liner Mongolia, Cap
tain Rice, is due today from the far
east via Honolulu. At 8 o'clock Satur
day night the Mongolia was 565 miles
from here and is expected to arrive in
quarantine about 11 o'clock a. m. The
Mongolia is bringing 114 cabin pas
sengers and 200 Asiatics in the steer
age. The cargo includes 130 tons of
raw silk.
Ship's Tonnage Increased
The admeasurement of the net ton
nage of the Danish steamer Arablen
was Increased at this port yesterday
from 5.004 tons to 4,598 tons. The in
crease was added on account of the
shelter deck of* the vessel being in
rlosed. making it available for carry-
Ing dry cargo.
f Water Front Xotn
The freighter Bessie Dollar, -which
arrived yesterday, 20 days from Moro
ran, was ordered over to quarantine to
be fumigated.
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Arizonan arrived yesterday from Salina
Cruz.
The Standard Oil tanker Tamarao Is
due today from Hongkong.
The Matson liner Wilhelmina sails
tomorrow for Honolulu with a large
number of passenger* and a full cargo.
The Honolulan is due tomorrow from
Honolulu.
Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 200,000 feet.
i hnoKee of Master*
Steamer Fearless (Astoria), E. D.
Parsons old master, C. E. AndeVsen
new master.
Steamer Fearless (Astoria), C. E. An
derson old master, E. D. Parsons new
master.
Schooner Mabel Gale, John Mattson
old master, Joseph Peterson new mas
ter.
Steamer Daisy Gadsby, Henry Devitt
old master, 11. B. Smith new master.
Henewals
Steamer Oakland, Donald McKechnie
master.
Schooner War Eagle, Andrew Ander
son master.
(imer Valletta, A. P. Shipp master.
Enrollment
ooner Alumna, O. T. Olsen master.
Army Transport*
Tboma*. from Menlls tot San Francleco,
from Honolulu November 6.
(?b<»rldan Iβ In port.
Crook la in port.
The Warren is oa duty in the Philippine I*l
-•n<s«.
Th* Bβ ford Iβ in port.
The Dix Iβ on Paget sound.
The Logan !• «t Manila.
The gbennan sailed txom Sao Francisco for
Manila November 5.
There Is only one Independent
nruip«p«r In San FrancUco—The
GalL
XEWS OF THE OCEAV
Export* by the Panama Liner
The steamer San Juan sailed for BaU>«e and
rir ports Wednesday wlra cargo valued at
th« dietrltmtimi b#!njr «s follows: For
>ffiico $7.2T3; Central America. $44,862: Pan
smit $1,592: Colombia. $2,003: Ecuador. $I.»« 0;
New Yortc, $24/>4rt: «;<»rmany. fSOO; Spain. $400.
The rrin'-ipa! ehlpmentß and tbflr destinations
were 8 8 follows:
< ( . s iro—172 bbl« flour, 8W pkgr» frosh
pkee potatoes. 49 pkgs onions, I,MO
lr* and 10 bx« »Wne. 403 nil wiae. 2.01S lh.s
IS c» canned good?. 14 cb salmon, 1,3T«
lbs Dots, 42 pkge machinery, 10 cc powder, 10
colli rop«. 2 boats.
To Central America-3.708 bhle Boer.
lh« rice 819 ctln cnrti, lbs bestry. 03 M
canned BfW lbs dried fruit, *«30 lb« and
40 bxs a c« «rlmt>n. 100.702 1!
a.934 !bs lard, 1.«0.°, wto wine, 220 pkjrs
pkz» onions, 14 pkgs marblnerr. Jo.ci.l
U-''tallow. IJOO cs end 2 ariiois kerosene S2
<•« and 7 bhli oil*, l>oo *ks cement, 2,0-jC lbe
wax. 20 eoiix reee. .'-■".-« ,
To Panama—3oo bW« floijr 60 c« saJmoo, IS
«• s whisky. 10 c» liquorn, 1.600 lb« l»eanj>.
To Colombia—c,2.V) lbs rice, 1.214 pals wine,
CI rs salmon, 9«0 lbs beans, BS Cβ powder.
To Kruador—-».R">O fr«l« winp, 20 cs canned
goode, 44 bzt nWn, 1° cs salmon.
To New York— ViS 500 lbe dried frnlt, 590 eg
caniiPd poods, c.BOO lbe nuts, 40.000 lbs prunes,
204.500 ibR raiiins, 1.000 lbe rice,
.•rtnany—l6.ooo !ba prunes.
X«rtl<-e to Bferlnerw
UraiKh HydrofrrephJe Offlr*.
Hen Frarcieco, Nov. 18, int2.
Mr. P. C llweß. b»«ju<l officer of the eteamer
Admlr:il Panipson. rtrorts to the branch bylro
cranhlc « f fi'-(\ Port Townsend, Weeh., that fm
Nerember 13, J«U2. Haddington gas nwy,
n sirf,H. P. f. , .. was out of poeiffon.
bfing * mile ESB. (mag) of the north point
of H»dJln«toa B G. BARTHALOW.
lieatwaiit. U. S. X., Id Cbergc.
GREAT NORTHERN PLANS
NEW CASCADES ROUTE
SPOKANE, Nov. IS.—A report re
ceived here today from St Paul an
:ea that the Northern mil
w'.li build a direct road a-ros?
trades from Pateros to the coast.
affordiJiS a direct route through the
I-Hkp C'helan country. The (Jrpat
--m is buikliiiii from "VVenatchee
to Pateros BOY
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS
WIRELESS REPORTS FROM SHIPS AT SEA
These reports are received directly from the Pacific coaet stations of the
Marconi Wireless company:
By MARCONI WIRELESS
Monday, Not. 18.
STEAMER. WILLIAM F, HERRltf—From Mon
terey, for Portland; Nov. 17. 8 p. m., 30
miles north of Cape Blanco. Light SW wind;
long westerly swell.
STEAMER CTTZCO —From San Francisco, for
South America; Nov. 17, 4 x>. m., near Cape
San Lucas abeam; spoke Uer ship Werner
Vlnnen. from Hamburg, for Santa. Rusalla.
All well.
BY MARCONI' WIRELESS
Monday, Not. IS.
STEAMER BUCKMA2T—From Seattle, for San
Francisco: passed Point Arena at 7:10 a. m.;
due at San Francisco at 4 p. m.
STEAMER ftXTEEU—From San Diego, for San
Francisco; off Point Sur at 11:05 a. m. Nov.
18; due at San Francisco at 7 p. m.
BRITISH STEAMER RUPERT CITT — From
Vancouver; due at San Francisco at midnight
Not. 18.
STEAMER LXTRLINE—Not. 17, 8 r>. m., 1,138
miles off-San Francisco; hence Not. 13 for
Honolulu.
JAPANESE STEAMER CHIYO MARTX — Not.
17, 8 p. m., 820 miles off San Francisco;
hence Nov. 15 for China, via Honolulu.
STEAMER ENTERPRISE—Not. 17, 8 p. m..
tiT.l miles off San Francisco; from Hilo, for
San Francisco.
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET ■ STREET
Pier 3 Washington, Pier 17 ....Union 1
Plfr 5 Jackson Pier 19 Union 2
Pier 7 Pacific Pier 21 Filbert
Pier 9 Broadway 1 Pier 23 Greenwich 1
Pier 11 Broadway 2lPier 25 Greenwich 2
Pier 18 Vallejo Pier 27 Lombard
}Pler IS GreeniPler 51 • Vovr^l
SOUTH OF MARKET STRKET
Pftr * Mission HPier 24 Spear
Pier 4 Mission 2jPier 28 Main
Pier 6 Howard } Pier 84 Beale
Pier 8 Howard ||Pler 3fr Fremont
jPier 10 Howard 3!Pler 38 First
Pier 12 Foleom l'Pier 4«J 1
Pier 14 Foleom 2 ! Pier 42 \P. M. 8. S. Co.
Pier 16 HarrisonrPier 44 J
Pier 20 StenartjPler 54 Fourth
MOVEMENTS OP STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE
Steamer
] Date
Sau Diego &. Los Ang.. [Queen {
Seattle Edith ,
Sal. Crua & San Diego. JArizonan
Humboldt [V. A. Kilbnrn...
Chtua & Japan Mongolia
Hongkong Tamarac
Portland &. Astoria Northland
Los Angeiee Norwood
Hllo Enterprise
Fort Bragg Arctic
Los Angeles Harvard
Honolulu Honolulan
Portland & Astoria Bearer
Los Angeles |Eose City
Los Angeles jCuracao
Point Arena & Albion.. Pomo
San Diego & Los Ang. ,|Roaaoke
Seattle ic Tacoma I Ad. Sampson...
Hilo IMexlcan
Humboldt iClty of TopeUa.
Los Augeles Yale
Honolulu jSierra
Puget Sound Ports jCJty of Puebla..
San Diego & Los Ang.. President
Talara Bay Mina Brea
Balboa & San Pedro Aztec
Los Angeles H&aalei
Fort Bragg Brunswick
San Diego * Los Aag.. Harvard
Shanghai Niagara
Portland & Astoria : tOo. W. Elder..
WiUapa Harbor Santa Berbarm..
Seattle direct IGoTernoc
Mendocino & Shel. CoTeiSea Foam .....
CTilna & Japan (Nippon Maru...
Los Angeles & Way PUiSanta Clara ...[
Portland & Astoria Bear 1
Loe Angeles JBearer
San Diego & Loe Ang..iState ot Cal...
Seattle & Taeoma. ....1 Watson
San m*go & Loe Ang MYal*
ji'tOT. XV
Nov. 19
Not. 19
Not. 19
Not. 19
Nov. 19
Nov. 20
Nov. 20
Not. 20
Not. 20
Nov. 20
Not. 20
Not. 20
Not. 21
Not. 21
Not. 81
Not. 21
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. 22
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Not. 23
Nov. 25
Not. 23
Not. 25
Not. 22
TO SAIL
Date I
I Destination
Sails !Pter
Nov '19! Elizabeth Coquille RiY.
Not. 19 Ceutralia Grays Harbor
Nov. 19'Clty of Topeka.l Humboldt ..
Nov. ISHaualel jLos Angeles..
Not. 19;Ventura ;Sydn*y
Nov. 19JUmatilla "Puget Sound.
Not. l9<Nortbland Los Acgele*.
Nov. 20iSaffinaw Portland ...
Not. 2O,PhoeDlx Humboldt ..]
Nov. 20-Norwood Grays Harbor]
Not. 20iNaTajo Portland ...
Not. 20iSanta Clara |Los Angeles..
Nov. 20iWUhelmlna ... Honolulu ...
Nov. 20 Buckmaa Puget Sound.
Not. 20 Lyra Sallna Cruz..
Not. 20JSea Foam Mendoclno ..
Not. 20,Brunswick .... Fort Bragg..
Nov. 20'Harvard San Diego...
N..v. 21iF. H. Leggett.lLo* Angeles.
Nov. 2i;Speedwell .... Coquille EIt.
Nov. 21 { uuin»ult jWillapa Har.
Not. 21 Daisy Willaj»a Uar.
Not. 21'Klamath Portland ...
Not. 211 Vanguard San Diego...
Not. 21tF. A. Kilburn.. Humboldt ...
Nov. 21jRose City .. Portland ...
Not. 2l]state of Cal... San Diego...
Not. 21jOlson & Mahony Portland ...
Not U2iB«-aTer Lo* Angeles..
Nov. 22i\alc San Diego...
Nov. 22iCamino lEcrtlaud ...
Nov. 22 Roanoko |Portland ...I
Not. 23 SaatD Barbara. Loe Angeles.
Not. 23lNortb Fork Humboldt ...
Nov. 23 HarTard Lo» Angeles..
Nov. 23 Nile Hoogkong ..
Nov. 23[Kansaa City. -. Balboa
Not. 23)Clty of Panama Balboa
Not. 23!President Pucet Sound.
Not. 23jKochelle jPcertland ...
Not. 23rGeo. W. Elder.JKan Diego...
N'ot. 23iCooe Bay |Pt. San Luis.
Nov. 23|HorBet |Puget Sound.|
Nov. 24|Ad. Sampson...;Puget Sound.)
Nov. 24 Pomo jPohit Arena.
Not. 24iArctic JFort Bragg..
Nov. 25 ! Yale !Los Angeles..
Nov. 25|GoTernor |San Diego...
Not. 25|Graywood iPortland ...
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Skajrway & Way Porte. Humboldt !Not. 23
Sub, Moon and Tide
United State* eoaet and geodetic furTey—Time
ami heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission street wharf >, add -5 minutes.
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 19
Sun rlMs • e:VS
Sun feet* 4:57
Moon sets 1:35 ft. m.
Ful! moon November 24, «t 8:03 a. n>.
Last quarter moon December 1, at 2:56 «. m.
ITimel
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26..I ::.9{ 5:24' B.2ill:20I 6.2 6:0©!—1-2
I . >. Branch HydroßTophlc Olßee
A branch of the United Statei hydrograpblc
offi'-e. located in the Merchants' KxcUange, Iβ
maintained In San Francisco for tbe benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality, and free
of expense. Navigators are cordially lnrited to
Tislt the offlce, where n complete eet of charts
and sailing directions mf the world are kept at
Uaud for comparison and reference, and the latest
information can always be obtained regarding
lights, dangers to navigation and matters of In
tereet to ocean commerce.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant. U. S. N., in Charge.
Tiaw Ball
United State* Branch Hydrojprrapble Office, Mer
chants' Exchange, San i'rancisco, Noremb*r
18, J032.
r Fbe time ball on the roof of the F» α-tnout hotel
waa dropped today exactly at noon. Pacific etind
ard time (120 th meridian), or at Sα. 00m. 00a
Greenwich mean time.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant, U. S. N., In Charge.
DEATH SUMMONS MRS.
MINNIE LARABEY BURTON
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18.—Mrg. Min
elts Larabey Burton, daughter of the
late Judge William Larabey of Los
Angeles and wife of General George
H. Burton, U. S. A., retired, died today
at the Burton family home, Mrs. Bur
ton was well known throughout the
past.
. ■■' •
SONOMA COinmr RESIDEirT DEAD—Peta
iuiua. K«». 18.—Manuel V. Fucha. for 4T> years
a resident of Sonoma county, died here today.
Kucha was a natiTe of the Azores islands and
WM 75 years old. Ho Iβ eurviTed by two
children. J'w'ph end Frank, and two brothers,
h FucUa of Saa Leasdro and C. J. luclia
of I't-taluiua.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY/NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
STEAMER HONOLTJXAN —Nor. 17, 8 p. m.,
088 miles off San Francisco; from Honolulu,
for San Francisco.
STEAMER LANSING —Nov. 17, 8 p. m., 819
miles off San Francisco; from Port San Luis,
for Honolulu.
BTXAMER MONGOLIA—Nov. 17, 8 p. tn., 565
miles off San Francisco; from Honolulu, for
San Francisco; will arrive at 11 a. m. Nov. Iβ.
SEATTLE, Nov. IS.
STEAMER GOVERNOR—Off Port Towneend at
STEAMER LUCAS (with barge 01)— Off Silt
ASTORIA. Nov. 18.
STEAMER CHANSLOR—South bound; 72 milee
south of Columbia river at 8 p. m.
STEAMER WABHTENAW—North bound; 533
milea north of San Francisco at 8 p. no.
STEAMER WATBON —North bound; off Tilla
m ook rock at Bp. m. EUREKA NoT 18w
STEAMER OLETJM—I9I miles north of San
Francisco at 8 p. m.
STEAMER DRAKE—IS mllce north of Blnnti
reef at 8 p. m.
STEAMER XILBTTRN —Paesed out at 3:40 p. m.
STEAMER MAVERICK — 37 ■ uU«« north of
HYDROORAPEIO OFFICE
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SHIPPING INTELUGENCB
ARRIVED
Monday, Not. 18.
8:80 p. m.. itmr Daisy, Smith, 72 hours from
Columbia river; 800,000 feet lumber to S. S.
Freman company.
12:25 p. m., stmr Hanalei, Hamma, 46 hour*
from San Pedro; passengers and merchandise to
Independent Steamship company.
12 in., stmr James S. Hlggina, Justen, 39
hours from San Pedro; ballast to C. H. Hig
gins.
11 a. m., etmr Arlzonan, Patterson, 11 days
from Sallna Cruz, via San Diego 35 hours; mer
chandise to Williams, Dimond & Co.
8:50 a. m.. stmr Yale, McFarland; 17 hours
23 minutes from San Pedro; passengers and
merchandise to Pacific Navigation company.
0:35 a. m., etmr Santa Clara, Jeesen, 20
hoere from Port San Lola; passengers and mer
chandise to North Pacific Steamship company.
7:30.«. m., stmr Mamlalay, Johnson, 38 hours
from Crescent City; bound south, put in to land
passengers.
8:20 a. m.. stmr Fair Oaks, Ablin, 30 hoars
from Sun Pedro; ballast to S. E. Slade Lumber
company.
4:20 a. m , stmr Bessie Dollar. Graham, 20
daya from Mororan; merchandise to Robert Dol
lar company.
3:&0 a. tn,, stmr Willamette. Reiner, 00 hours
from Seattle; bound south, put in for fuel.
5 a. ra., stmr Chehalls, Koffald, 33 hours from
San Pedro: ballast to Sudden & Ceristenson.
7:20 p. m.. stmr YoaemHr. Aaplnnd. 63 hours
from Columbia river; bound south, put Iα for
fuel.
4 p. m., stttir Buckman, Wilson, 73 hour*
from Seattle; passengers and merchandise to
Alaska-Pacific Steamship company.
5:55 p. b>., stmr Queen, Alexander, 40H hoars
from San Diego and way ports; passengers and
merchandise to Pacific Coast Steamship com
pany.
CLEARED
Monday, Not. 18.
Strar Yale. McFarland; San Pedro; Pacific
Navigation company.
Bttnr Nebraekan, Knight, Seattle; Williams,
Dimond & Co.
Stmr Flfield, Schillineky, Bandon; Ettabrooke
ft Co.
Pan stmr Arabian, Hansen-Baun, Victoria;
Parrott & Co.
Stmr President, Zeh, San Diego; Pacific Coast
Steamship company.
' ATI/ANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL
NORTH t
GERMAN ■
LLOYD I
Express Sailings Tuesday* B
rut Mail Sailings Thursday* SSfiS
for mam
LO.vnoX-PAUIS-BRKWEX B
Sailings on SATURDAYS for SsH
THE I
Three WINTER CRUISES to the fj
PANAMA CANAL «|
and BMH
WEST f-VniRS H&M
JAN Iβ, FEB. SO. MARCH 87 H
By the 8. 8. "Grosser Kurfusrst" ■
OELRICKB & CO., General Agents H
6 Broadway, K. Y. &flMf
ROBERT CAPELT.E, G. A. P. C, X
ISO Powell st., J?p. St. Francis flj
Hotel, Ban FrancUco. fei^Se
Tel. Kesxpy 4794. Home C 3785. HBB
TRANS-ATLANTIC LINES
AMERICAN LINE
JV.V.-Plymoutb-Cherbonrgr.Sontkainpton
Philadelphia—-Queenetown—-Liverpool ;
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
\fi* York'—London Direct
RED STAR LINE
London—Paris, via Dove*—Antwerp
WHITE STAR LINE
>\Y.-Plyinouih-« berboui-K-SoutliAmpfou
Jim >ork—tiurtamown— Liverpool
Ttoston —^iirMislowß--Liverpool
V. V. A Boston—Mediterranean—Egypt i
WHITE STAR-DOMINION
Montreal—Quebec-—Liverpool
Portland, Jffle., to Liverpool (winter)
Pacific Coast Agency, 319 Geary Street
Phone Kearpy 8268 opp. St. Francis Hotel, a, F.
FRENCH LINE
CIS. OLE. TUANSATLANTiaUE.
DIRKCT LINE TO HAVRK-PARIS
Sailing every Thursday and Batorday.
FROM HEW YORK TO HAVRE
Every Thursday at 10 a. m.
France(new)..Nor. 21 France (pew).. Dec. 19
La Touraine..Nov. 29 La ProT»ne*..D#c. Zβ
La Bavole Dec. r> La TouralDe.Jan. 2
L* Lorraine...Dec. 12
FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE
Every Saturday at 3 p. m.
Mexico Not So Virginia Dee. 28
Niagara Not. 30 Niagara Dec. 28
Eocbarabeau Bochatabeau
(new) Dec. 7 (new) Jan. 4
Chicago Dec. 14 Chicago Jap. 11
FOOAZI BROS.. Paetto Coaat Managers, tttf
Montgomery Street, San Franciaco.
OABIK OrriCg, 878 MAJUCET ITBBSI.
■MHHMMM Pnrl*— London—Rotterdam
ilWwlTilvf'J Twin Screw Sailings Tuea. 10 a.m.
WflWyWfl t Rottf-rdann N OT , 26
Fiwli!ilUM* 1 ' <>tsd " ra »•«• 3
■MMlfPflll tNcw Amsterdam Dec. 10
■ , ....Dec. 17
■JUmImB 'Via BOULOGNE e|M.
tPLYMOUTH and BOULO6XB.
Pnclflc Coast Office 319 deary St.
Stmr Nome City, Hansen, Seattle; the Charles
Nelson company.
SAILED
Sunday, Not. 17.
6:40 p. m. f stmr Colonel E. L, Drake, Badger,
6:40 p. m., barge 95. Daniels, Seattle, Iα tow
stmr Colonel E. l>. Drake. • •
Monday, Not. 18.
3 p. hi., stnir James S. Hlggins, Justen, Men
docino.
2:45 p. m., stmr San Pedro, Beadixsen,
Eureka.
2:25 p. m., stmr President. Zeh, San Pedro
aad San Diego. , _
12:30 p. m., D S tog Iroquois, San Pedro,
with target in tow. .... _ .
1:50 p. ni., etmr Mandalay, Johnson, San
Pedro.
1:30 p. m., stmr San Jacinto, Carlson, Ho-
QUiam
12:33 p. m., etrnr Whittler, Zolllng, Port San
Luis.
12:10 p. tn., stmr Cbehalis, KoSold, Grays
Harbor.
10 a. m., V S stmr Manning, Searlen, ..
11 a. m., stmr Willamette, Reiner, San Pedro.
f>:sO p. m., stmr Fifleld, Scbillinsky, Bandon.
7:45 p. m., ttnir Albion, Jaeobseu, Stewarts
point.
8:15 p. m., etmr Daisy Gadsby, Smith, Colum
bia river.
5 p. m., Btmr Vanguard, Odland, Eureka.
B:10 p. ta., etmr Saglnaw, Lunstedt, San
Pedro.
5:20 p. m., etmr Fair Oaks, Ahlin, Grays
Harbor.
4:10 p. m., etmr Yale, McFarland, San Pedro.
WEATHER REPORTS
POINT LOBOS. Nov. 18. 3 p. m.—Weather
haay; wind northeast, velocity aU miles per
hour.
POINT LOBOS, Not. 18, 12 m. — Weather
thick; wind northeast, velocity eight miles per
hour.
POINT LOBOS, Not. 18, 0 a. m.—Weather
thick; wind northeast, velocity eight miles per
hour.
POINT REYES, Nov. 18, 12 m.—Weather
clear; wind south, velocity 24 miles per hour.
POINT REYES, Nov. 18. 8 a. m.—Weather
clear; wind south, velocity 24 miles per hour.
FARALLON ISLAND, Not. 18, 8 «. m.-f
Weather cloudy; wind east, Telocity 12 mile*
per hour.
NORTH HEAD, Wash., Not. 18, 13 m.—Rain
and fog; wind southeast, velocity 33 miles per
hour.
TATOOSH ISLAND. Not. 18, 12 m.—Rain
ing; wind south, velocity 20 miles per hoar.
SPOKEN
Per Bγ ship Bessie Dollar, at San Francisco—
Nov. Iβ, 2 p. m., in lat 40 deg N, long 128 deg
W. Br ship Colony, from Buenos Aires, for
Oregon.
TELEGRAPHIC
POINT LOBOS, Nov. 18, 10 p. m.—Weather
hazy and calm.
DOMESTIC PORTS
FORT*" BRAGG—Arrived Nov. 18—Stmr Arc
tic, hence Nov. 17.
ABERDEEN—Arrived Nor. 18—Stmr Daisy
Mitchell, hence Nov. 15; etmr Willapa, hence
Nov. 15; stmr Tamalpals, hence Not. 15 (all at
8 a. m.).
SOUTH BEND—Sailed Nov. 18—Stmr May
fair, for San Pedro.
PORT SAN LUlS—Sailed Not. IS. r.:30 a. ra.
—Stmr Curacao, for San Pedro; 7:30 a. tn.,
bktn FullertOD, In tow tug Dauntless, for .
SAN PEDRO—Arrived Nov. 18—Stmr Melville
Dollar. Uenre Nov. 15: stmr Helene, from Grays
Harbor; etmr Rose City, hence Not. 17; etmr
General Hubbard, from Astoria; etmr Roanoke,
hence Nov. 17; stmr Roma, from Vancouver,
B. C.; etmr WeHesley, from Eureka.
Sailed Not. 18—Stmr Norwood, for San Fran
cisco.
EVERETT — Arrived Not. 18 — Stmr "Waap,
hence Nov. 12.
Bailed Nov. 18—Stmr Graywood, for San Fran
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
LOS ANGELES ass
•SANTA BARBARA
SAN DIEGO /#ff%
EUREKA nvEJIVI
SEATTLE \sJFs&
TACOHA VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
ALASKA
Berth and Meals Included in Fare
LEAVE FROII PIERS 9 and U
l,on Angeles. San Diego, • Santa Barbara
President or Governor
Nov. 18. 25; Dec. 2, 2 p. m.
•State of California..Not. 21, 28; Dec. 5. 11 a. m.
•Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
Seattle (Direct). Tacona, Towaswi
Victoria, Vancouver, Alaska
President or Governor ,
Not. 23, SO; Dee. 7, 2 p. n>.
Umatllla or PueWs
Not. 19. 26; Dec. 3, 10. 2 p. m.
Eureka (Ilautboldt Bay)
Topeka...Nor, Iβ, 23, 37; Dec. 2. 7, 11. 12 nooo
Alaska Cruises. 1913. Leare Seattle
Spokane. June 18; July 2, 16, SO: Aug. 13. 10 p.m.
Horn*, St. Vtehaet CDfrect)
Bantogs. Season 1813 will be announced later.
Right rwerred to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICE—Palace Hotel. 653 Market
St.; Iβ Market st and Broadway wnsrf.
Telephone Kearny 491.
OABXAND. 1226 Broadway; tel. Oakland 5(580.
BERKFLET, 2125 Snattuck aT.; tel. Berkeley 44.
C. D. DUNANN. Passenger Traffic Manager.
FOR COMFORT
TAKE THE MODERN
STEAMERS
PORTLAND A LOS ANfiELES
BEAVER
Seii* 12 noon Sails 11 a. m
Nor. 21st. »w. 22d.
Fir«t class mm First class
BERTH AND MEALS Included.
The San Fraiicl«co A Portland S.S.Co.
A. OTTINGKB, General Agent
Tkt. office 722 Mkt. op. Call; tel. Butter 2344
8 East st. op. Ferry bldg.; tel. Sutter 2482
Oakland office, 1228 Broadway; ph'on«s, Oak
land 1314; Home A43SI.
Berkeley office, 2105 Bnattack: tel. Berk. 331
■Sacramento. Ja*. Warrack. 804 X yt.
TQYO KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S. S. Nippon Kara (Intermediate Service Salooa
accommodations at reduced rates)
Saturday, December 7, 19U
8. S. Tenyo Mara Friday, December 13, 1912
B. 8. Bhinyo Maru (new)
Saturday. January 4, 1918
S. 8. Ohiyo Mara (via Manila direct)
Saturday, February 1, 1813
Steamers sail from company's pier, No. 84.
near foot of Brsnnsn St., at 1 p. m.. for Yoko
hama and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Kobe
(Hiflgo) and Nagasaki and Shanghai, and con
necting at Hongkong with steamers for Manila,
India etc. No cargo received on board on day
of sailing. Bound trip tickets at reduced rates.
For freight and passage spply at office, fourth
floor Western Metropolis National Bank build
ing. 625 Msfrket »t. W. H. AVERY,
Assistant General Manager.
SYDNEX^^
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPIENDID TWIN SCREW 10.000-ton steamers
"SIERRA." "SONOMA" and "VENTURA."
$110 HONOLULU ra5D SYDNEY $300
ROUND THE WORLD—WOO Ist cabin; $575 2d cabin,
ri» Oeylon, E?ypt, Italy, etc. Liberal stop-overs.
Honolulu sailings Not. 19, Dec. 3, 17, etc.. 2p. m.
Sydney sailings. Not. 39, Dec. 17. etc.. 2 p. n>.
fo£e r r ite SSh&!%
street; phone Butter 648.
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AUSTRALIA
and New Zealand
SYDNEY VIA TAHITI AND WELLINGTON—
g. 8. TAHITI (12.000 tens) sails 11 a, m.. »«c.
ii. g. 8. MOAN A (10.000 tons) sails Jan. 8.
And eTerT 28 days thereafter.
tnaSSTLu. 00. or new ziaxaxd. m».
HIND, BOtFH* CO.. Oen. Oal. St.
Ticket Offtee. OT» Majfcet st.: tel. Douglas 3100.
U/llTSil Iff II 8 - 8 - WILHELMINA sells
IlVllUl*Ul*U LAN uils Not. 27. g. ft.
LUKLINE sails D«c. 11. New stesmers, 13,000
tone displacement, L«*ve Pier No. 38. 13
o'clock noon. Bound trip, $110 and up. Direct
service to the Volcano.
JMATBON WAVIGATIOKT COMPAITt
268 Market Street. Sum Francueo
cleco.
SAN DIEGO— Arrived Nor. 18.—Stmr Argyll,
from Port San Luis; stmr Alcatras, from Green
wood,
BOWENB LANDING—SaiIed Not. IS—Stmr
Helen p. Drew, for San Dtego.
TATOOSH—Passed in Nov. 18, 1:20 p. up
stair Governor, hence Not. Iβ for Seattle.
ASTORlA—Arrived Nor. 18, 2 p. m.—Stmr
Carlos, hence Not. 10; stmr Nehalem, hence
Not. lo; 7 a. m.. stinr Bear, heucn Nov. Iβ;
ettnr George «W. Elder, hence Not. Iβ.
Sailed Not. IS, 6 a. m.—Stmr J. A. Cbanslor,
for San Francisco; stmr Olympic, for San Pedro;
atmr Francis H. Leggett, for San Pfdro; etmr
Northland for San Pedro; etmr Alliance, for
Eureka, Tie Coos Bey; 7 a. m., etmr BeaTer, for
San Francisco.
EAST SAN PEDRO—Arrived Not. 18, 2 p. m.
—Stnir General Hubbard, from Columbia river.
TACOMA— Arrived Nov. 17 —Stmr Thomas L.
Waud, bence Nov. 13. Nor. 18—Stmr City, of
Puebla, from Seattle.
Sailed Nov. 18— Br etmr Vennacher, for Mα
kilteo; stmr Captain A. F.. Lucas, for Sao
Francisco.
BELLINGHAM—SaiIed Not. 18—Stmr Shasta,
for San Pedro.
SEATTLE—Arrived Not. 18, 10:30 a. m.—
Tug Hercules, hence Not. 13, with barge 91 In
tow; etmr RlTerslde, bence Not. 14; stmr Mon
tara, from Tacoma.
Arrived Nov. 18, 3 p. m.—Stmr Bertha, from
Juneau.
Sailed Not. 18, 10:30 a. m.— Stmr Captain A.
F. Lucas, with barge 91 In tow. for San Fran
cisco (not a« preTiously reported).
NEAH BAY—Anchored Not. IS—Ger ship
Schlffbek, from Britten Columbia, for United
Kingdom.
POINT REYES—Passed Nov. 17. 11:20 a. m.—
Stmr Daisy, from Astoria, for San Francisco.
Passed Nov. 18. 5 p. m., etmr San Gabriel.
Bye miles west, bound from Umpqua, for San
Pedro; 4:05 p. m., etmr Yoeemite, from Port
land, for San Francisco.
UMPQUA RlVEß—Sailed Not. Iβ—Stmr San
Gabriel, for San Pedro.
EUREKA , —ArriTed Not. 18, 7 a. m.—Stmr
North Fork, hence Not. Iβ; stmr William H.
Murphy, from San Pedro.
Sailed Not. 18, 8 a. m.—Strm Santa Monica,
for San Pedro; etmr RaTalli, for Sea Francisco.
ISLAND PORTS
HONOLULU—Arrived Not. 18—Jap stmr Tin
k*i Maru No. 2 from Mojl; Br etmr Ikala, from
Oregon, for Melbourne; ship Marion Chilcott,
from Gavlota.
Arrived Not. 18, 1:50 p. m.—Jap etrar Nippon
Maru, from Yokohama.
MAHUKONA—Arrived Not. 18—Schr Muriel,
hence Oct. 27.
FOREIGN PORTS
PANAMA—SaiIed Nov. 17—Stmr Santa Mar**,
for Port Ran Luis.
VANCOUVER—SaiIed Not. 18— Br stmr Trtn.
culo, for Port San Luis. Nor. 17—Get Bhlp
Schiffbek, for United Kingdom.
Arrived Nov. 17— Br etmr Empress of India,
from Yokohama..
VICTORIA—Arrived Not. 18—Nor stmr Chris
tian Bore, from Guaymas.
Sailed Nov. 18— Br stmr Trinculo, for Port
San Lαis.
Ans.—Sailed Nor, Iβ—Bfctn
Makawell, for San Francisco.
MOJl—Arrived Nov. Iβ— Br stmr Algoe, from
Pugft sound, Tie Muroran.
IQUIQUE—SaiIed Not. 18—Schr William Bow
den, for San Frnnciseo.
FERNANDO RE NORONHA—Passed Not. 17
—Ger etmr Sisak, hence Aug. 31 for Hetabnrg.
GIBRALTAR—Passed Not. 17— Br etmr Teu
cer, from Puget sound, for Liverpool.
BAHIA BLANCA—SaiIed Nor. 15— Br etmr
Newton Hall, for Valparaiso.
S A LIN A CRUZ—Sailed Not. Iβ—Stmr Mil
eourian. for San Francisco, Tia San Diego.
COLON — ArriTed Not. 15 — Stmr (ietobal,
from New York; etmr Alliance, from New York.
RAILWAY TRAVEL.
Through the
GRAND CANYON
OF THE FEATHER RIVER
and THE! ROYAL GORGE
The "Panama-Pacific" Express and
The "1915" Nail
Leave and are due to arrive Union
Ferry Depot from June 9, 1912.
Leare Through Train* Arrive
9:10 a Salt Lake, Denrer, Omaha, Chicago,
Kansas City, St. Louis 8:45p
7:80p Salt Lake. Denrer, Omana, Chicago,
Kansas City. St. Louis. 1:80 a
9:10 a Sacrameato 8:S0a
7:30p do »t«p
9:10 a Stockton 8:30*
4:10 p. do 10:80 a
7:30p do 8:46p
Through Standard end Tourist Sleeping Cars via
Penror & Rio Grande and Burlington Route, via
Denver & Rio Grand* and Rock Island Lines, via
Denver and Rio Grande and Missouri Pacific.
Through Trains, Observation Cars, Dining Cars,
Electric Lights and Electric ran*.
# Schedule Effective
Nov. 6, 1912
San Franetaco
UNION FERRY DEPOT
Lea re 1 VIASAUSALITO [ Arrive
7:45 a Petaluma. Sonta Rosa, Healds
biirg, Cloverdale. L'kla'a. WU
llts. Longvale, ••Sebastopol.. 7:05p
8:15 a Sonoma, Glen EJlen ( t*:osp
1 tB:3sp J
8:15 a Pt. Reyes. Camp Meeker. Monte ! te:3sp )
Rio. Duncan Mills. Cazadero. 1 17:38p J
6:45 a Petalmaa, Santa Rosa. Cucrne
i ville, Monte Rio, Duncan (te:Ssp)
Mills, Cazadero (leaves from ($7:B5pJ
Duncan Mills) I
10:45 a J'ctMuma, Santa Rona, Heada-
I burg 8:05p
l:4sp:P«tn!uina, Santa Jfcosa, Gnerne
) vilie, Monte Tlio, Duncan
Mills 10:33 a
«,2:45pUPt. Reyes. Camp Metker
3:lsp:Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healds-
I burg, Cloverdale. Ukian,
Wimta, 'Sebastopol 11:35 a
4:45pj Sonoma, Glen Ellen 9:35 a
s:lspj Petaluma, Santa Rosa. Healds-
j burg . ■ ■. 9:Qga
ELECTRIC SUBURBAN VIA SAUBALITO
Sausalito, Mill Valley. San Rafael — Daily
every 30 minutes from 6:45 a. m. until 9:45
a. m.; hourly until 2:45 p. m., then 3:15 p. m.
and every 30 minutes until 6:45 p. m., than 7:45,
9:15, 11:15 p. m. and 12:30 a. m.
Fairfax—Leaves t6:45, 7:15, 7:45. 8:15. 8:45:
9:15, 9:45. 10:45, 11:45 a. m.; 12:45, 1:45, 2:45,
8:15, 3:45. 4:15, 4:45. 5:15 t 6:45, 6:15, 6:45,
7:45, 9:15, 11:15 p. m.: 112:30 a. m.
San Quentin via San Rafael—Leave dally at
9:15 a. m. and 1:45 p. m.
Tlbun i and Belvedere—Daily erery hour from
6:45 a. in. until 1:45 p. in.; then 3:15 p. m. and
every hour until 6:16, then 7.45, 9:15 and 11:15
p. m. and 12:30 a. m.
•Arrives daily 10:35 a. m. **Arrlves Snndays
7:05 p. tn., week days 6:35 p. m. tEieept Sun
aays. only. TSaturdays only.
Pacific Transfer company's agents are author
f/pfl to cheek baggage direct from residence.
MUIR WOODS
MT. TAMALPAIsS
VIA BAUSAUTO FMRY WS'
UNION DEPOT, TOOT OF MARKET STREET Wf
)Uund Trip, *I.»o;C««*Mb* Thy, »-M T
U.Saftuctm I U.Mtif fwti l>. Ml TwjOjli
WJAjsr Ssajfo'Wtekday 3«aiay Weekday S—day
9:45iT:45«f 7:20 a 11-60* 7:20 a 10:40*
1:45P 9:45 a 1:40f112:SM ]:«• IW9»
* 4:45P 10:45 a ?:40i 1:50» 4:4§» t:40»
11:45 a 4:50f |:50» * g:3sp 2:40p
1:45» 3:60t 3:40j !
2:45? 4:40» ...... 4:40»
•Saturdays only, t Mondays only. %Ht. Tsmalpais only.
C Sauealito Ferry—Tel. Kearny 4880
Ticket Offices < 687 Market—Tel. Kearny 3751
(874 Market—Tel. Doorfat 4407
General Offlee— Mill Valley. Cal. Tel. Mil r> alky Sub. St
"Trnn i f lanafrit" vi "Mitel w" « rtwn •** » pwH
BAY AND IJTTBRURBAN ROUTER
BJfiBJKSSSSJI:
ta j j &m\ ■■!■ ..■
Kin bland Navy Y.nL V«iie]e. N«pT" St Hel«e«. CalUto«i
BmU km 700 9:46 a. a*. 1130, &20. 6-00. «3O ». a.
Dock and office. Nortk tat Terry Bni)dli»
Phones K«ansy 40£ Han* C 4705. Metis •(a carte
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
RtKolar Fsat Frelartit Senrlrc
NEW TORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
gailing from New York every six days,
making direct connections with Pacific
steamers sailing from Salina Cruz,
Mex., every six days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Aleo to Mexican and all prin
cipal European ports under through
rates and through bills of lading:. Sal!'
ings from San Francieco «v*ry 12 days.
For rates and further particulars ap
ply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM. Gen
eral Aeente, 8 Bridge street, New
York. T¥ILLJAMS. DIMOND 4b CO.,
General Agents, Pacific Coast.
310 Sanaome St.. San Fxanclaco.
YOKOHAMA—Arrived prior tf> Nov. 14—>Jrp
etmr Shlduoko Mara, from Pug*>t sound. Nov.
16— Br etmr Proteeilaus, from Pupet smind.
Sailed Nov. 16—Stmr Minnesota, for Seat
tle, etc.
NANIAMO—SaiIed Not. IC— Br etmr Qaeen
Elisabeth, for Ban Franpiico.
GUAYMAS—SaiIed Nov. 16—Schr Kinjt Cyrus,
for Columbia rivor.
NEW YORK—Sailed NoV." Pretoria,
for Hamburg.
Arrived Not. 18—Stmr Prlns Friedrlcb. Wil
helm. from Bremen.
NEWCASTLE, N. S. W.—Arrived Nov. IS— i
Stmr St. Kilda, from Portland. Ore.
GENOA—Arrived Not. 16—Stmr Koenig Al
bert, from New York.
CHERBOURG—SaiIed Nov. 17—Stmr George
Washington, from Bremen, for New York
PLYMOUTH—ArrITed Nov. IS—Stmr Kron
prtnz Wilhelm. from New York, for Bremen.
ANGRA—Silled Not. 17 —Stmr Germanla, for
New York
LONDON—ArriTed Not. IS—Stmr Miooetonka.
from New York.
PATRAB—Arrived Not. 17—Stmr Koma, from
New York.
BHIMONOSEKI—Arrived prior to Nov. IS—
Stmr Lord Derby, from S.-attle.
YOKOHAMA—Arrived prior to Nor. 18—Stmr
Verona, from Portland. Ore.
Memoranda
HONOLULU. Nov. 18.— Br etmr Ikala. from
Eureka for Australia, via Asrtorta. arrived here
today for fnel; will take on same and proceed.
Additional Marine on Commercial Page
EQUALIZATION BOARD
TO MEET NOVEMBER 25
BACRAMENTO, Nov. IS—State Con
troller Nye issued a call for a special
meeting of the state board of equaliza
tion November 25. Applications from
various corporations for an adjustment
of taxes and a discussion of the recent
work of the board in securing data and
Information on corporation business
throughout tho state will be among the
principal items to come before the
board.
SHERIFF EGGERS CHANGES
COURT BAILIFFS ABOUT
Sheriff Fred Eggers yesterday caused
a mild shakeup among court bailiffs
J. J. Doyle, William Heffeman and
James McQueeny are detailed to the
extra session courts, while Fred Luhr
lng. J. Malpiede and D. Tattenham will
take the positions at the courts of
Judges Dunne, Lawlor and Cabaniss.
vu-.n - RAffft , * , *' THATGL
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM SEPTEMBER l& l>l2
VIA OAKLAND PIER
faaat (Foot of Market Street) Anfo'
(Subject to change without notice)
2.15* Nilea, Livermore, Tracy, Lathrop,
Stockton. Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove.
Sacramento,Roeeville,Auburn,Coiiax 10.40s
a 15* Sacramento, MarysTilie, Biggs, Chico. 10.40s
6.40* Richmond, Port Costa, Martines, An
tioch, Byron Hot Springs, Tracy.
Patterson, Newman. Los Baaos,
Inxle. Kerman,Fresno 11.59*
t.4o* San Leandro, Uayward. NUes. Saa
Jose *Mp
fJOI The Statesman—Richmond, Vallejo
Junction, Port Costa, Benida, Sui- ■
sun, Elmira, Davis, Sacramento— e.so>
•00* Elmira, Vacarttle. Rumsey 7 .*Jp
Qoldfield Paee.—Truckee.'Hasen, Wv ,
buska CYerrington, Hudson), Mini,
Tonopah, Qoldneld, Laws. Keeler.. B.loa
920* Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Suisun. '
Dizon, Sacrxmf.nto 7*op
7J»* Roeeville, Maryeville (Oiwrille). Red- »
ding, Dunsmui r • 0.40p
f J»» Dane, Woodland. Wlliiams. MaxweO,
Willows, Hamilton, Corning. Red
Bluff 7.60e
720* Nilee. Pleaaanton. Livermore, Tγ* n\
Lathrop, Stoektoa (Oakdalej, Lodi, }
Sacramento 7^of
9.20* Tracy, Patterson, Newman, Loe Banna, t
Ingle, Kerman. Fresno 4.oCp
9.40* Richmaod, Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga,
SacU Rosa. Crockett, Port CoeU.. 6.10*
1740* Avon, Walnut Creek, San Ramon. j
Livermore jBJiQp
fcOO* Newark. West Saa Jose, Los Gatos.
Wright, Fehon (Ben Lomond, Bout :
der Creek), Santa Crui *£0f
MO* Port Costa, Marti ne*. Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy, (Stockton), Merced,
Berenda, Madera, Fresno, Fowler.
Sefana, Traver, Osaen Juectica
(Hanford, Armona), luUre, Bak
ersfteld 4.30p
MO* ViaeJia, Lindsay, Portervilte, Dueor.. 7.IO»
S.4o* YoeemTte Valley via Merced 4.30?
9.00 a Irvington, San Joes 730»
B.oo* Nilee, Pleasanton, livermow. Stock- j
ton (*Mitton), Valley Spring, lone, I
Sacrameiito *- 3 "'
tUOe* Tuolumne.Sonora, Jamestown, Angels 2.50?
9XOO* Atlantic Express—Sacramento. Truc
kee, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver. I
Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago..... B.aOe
MO* ToDopah-Goldfield Standard Sleeper . B.loa
B.oOa Valfejo Junction, Vallejo { 7.50J
Mo* Richmond, San P»blo, Pinole. Vallejo |
Junction, Crockett, Port Coeta, Mar- \
tinex, Avon. Concord. San Ramon. 6.10 a.
IBJEOa SanFrancieeo Overland Limited—Den- I
ver, Kansas City, St. Lome, Omaha,
Chicago .5-12 ,
10.40* Vallejo, Mare Uaad. Napa 2.80 a
Stockton ~..{ 'JSJ
M4oa Loe Angeles Passenger— Port Costa,
Martinet, Byron Hot Springs, Tracy.
Stockton, Merced, Madera, Fresno.
(Hanford, Coalinga, Vualia), Bak
ersfield, Los Angeles 7.10 a
1129 a Shasta Limited—Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle 8.50b
lt.oon Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui- \ 10.30 a
ran, Elmira, Dixon, Sacramento . f I I.IOa !
ItXKMI Davis,Williams, CoiusaJunc.W lllows,
Germaatown. Orland, Hamilton.... 6.50p
MLOOfi Marysviile, Chico. Red Biufl 4.30?
I J)Op NUes, Irvington, San Jose 2.60*
1.20 a San Leandro, Nilee, Centerville. New
ark, (Redwood). San Jose 7.60e
|w4Op Newark, Alviso, Agnew, Santo Clara,
West San Jose 10.00*
2.40* San Leandro. Niks. San Jose 7.30 i
VwOOe Benicia, Winters, Sacramento —Wood-
land, Tudor. Yuba City, Marysviite.
Oroville H.IOa
a\2op Ricfanaond, Port Costa. Martinet, Byron
Hot Springs, Modes 10, Merced, Ma
den, Fresno 10.40p
eXPO# Port Costa, Martinei. Concord, Wal
nut Creak, San Ramon. Livermore. 9.30*
4.00 a Richmond, Vallejo. Napa, Cahstoga,
Glen Ellen, Saata Rosa ■• 9.30*
4J3Op Nile* (CeaterviUe. Newark). Sunol
Pleaaaakon, Livermore, Tracy,
Stockton, uvii. Sacramento 12.50*
440 a Ban Leandro. Hayward, Nilee. Pleae
anton, Livermore 8.30 a
4.40 a Irviogton, S»n Joee 9.30t
440# Tracy,Patterson, Newman. Los Banos.
Kermao, Presao 10.40b
440* Valley Flyer—l'ort Costa. Byron Hot
Sprints, Tracy. Modesto, Merged.
Madera, Fresno, Gosheo J.inchon,
Tulare. Bakersfieid. tfojave. Loe
Angeles 12.50»
•JOa VaHeio. Port Costa, Benicia. Suisun.
Sacramento. RoseviUe. Lincoln,
WheatUad. Marysviile (Oroville).
Oridiey. Btgra, Chioo 11.30 c
400* Davie, Arbackk WillianM. Willow*.
Orlaßd,Teaama 10.40p
400 a Newark. Santa Clara. West San Jose. 9.30 a
420* San Leandro, Loreaaa, Hayward,
Nile*. Pleasaaion, Livermore.
Tracy, Stockton 3.10 a
420* Owl Limited—Port Costa. Tracy.
Fraeno, Lot Anselea 8.!0e
420 a Hayward, N'iles and ?*n Jose 6.50b
440 a Eastern Express —O=jdan, Puebte.Dea
ver. Kaasis CSty. at. Louis, Chicago 8.30p
440* Fort Costa, Beairia, S'lisua, Elmira,
dacraaieato, Colfat. Truckea, Reno,
BparK3 B.3Cp
ROOp China and Japan Mail —Ogden,
Cheyenae. Dea/er, Kansas City.
Oman*. Chicago 3.10b
VMa Port Costa, Bvr-m Hat Springs, Stock
ton, Sacraawato, Colfai, Trucree,
Reno 3.10p
Xf-OOf Richmond, (Valleja). Port OeU, Mar
tine*. Concord, Walnut Creek,
Pksaemnton. Niles. Oakland a 12.45*
430 a Oregon Exprua—Sacnmsnto, Roee
vflle, Marysville, Reddias;.(Kliunath
Falls). Ashland. Portland. Tacoma,
Seattle, Spokane I.IOp
400 a Mt. Eden. .\tv»r*i-i. Newark, Santa
Clara, San Jo» 7.50p
9.40p Bakerjgrlj. Hailefon,
Monarch. Moron, Felb w. Shale.... 750*
440* Richmond, Port Costa, tracv, Mo
desto. Merced, Madera> Fresno,
Hanford, Tulare,.. 7JOa
440f Hanford, Armona. Lemooie, Huron.
CoaHagi 7.50 a
440 a Vualia, Exeter. Lindsay, Porterviik.
Dueor, Ftaaon 9vsO*
1420 a Portland Ezpres* —Djvis, Willow*.
Red Blutf. Wβ; i. (Klamath Fall*).
Asnland, Rossburj. Portland, Ta
comy Seattle j
KTHERLANOS ROUTE—Fron Pwlfie Street Wharf
ThM rente offer* exceptional opportunity for *uto-
BMBate to reach aD p-nnU on the Sacramento River;
OoffiosvUle, hmmaton. Rio Vista. Isleton. Ryde. M r alnut
Clove, Vorden, Courtlatii ClarkiS urg. Sarraaieoto.
Steamer Ssninele er Nmje San Francieeo 8-30
a. m. deity except Sunday and Wednesday, arriving
aammento 7.T0 p. m. Lear-> Sacramento 8.30 a. m.
daily .except Sunday aad WedneHay, arriving San
•naieffleco W0 p. nv Stopping in either direction at all
paste shown above.
9leamer Medoe er Apache, leaves San Francisco 1,00
p. m. daily, except Sunday: arrive San Francisco 11.30
p. ra. daily exoept Monday,
N a >«jo *■ Semlnefe, leavee San Franesco
I* P- «• daily escept Sundays, arriving Sacramento
7.00 ». m, daily except Monday Leave Sacramroto
W P« a»» daftr except Sundays, arriving San fraueiseo
JSj-jSL&b W(* «oad«y. Nβ atepe ea reute io
9H*r arMGoa N
GREAT OIL STOCK
SALE CONFIRMED
San Francisco Men Conspicuous
in $35,000,000 Finan
cial Deal
IX)S ANGELES, Nov. 18.—Robert
Watchorn, treasurer of the Union Oil
company, confirmed today the tentative
sale of the stock of the Union Provi
dent company and the United Petrol
eum company, which control the Union
Oil company, to the General Petroleum
company, for $35,000,000, subject to rat
ification by President Lyman Stewart
of Los Angeles, and other members of
the Stewart family, and subject also to
certain rights of Hallearten and com
pany, New York bankers, December 1.
"The sale," said Watchorn. "was
tentatively made to the General Pe
troleum company of California, a con
cern capitalized at $50,000,000, with
headquarters in San Francisco arfßV
composed of some of the leading cap
italists of that city.
"The purchaser has the right to make
final payment on or before January 1,
1915, during which time the manage
ment of the properties will remain un
disturbed."
The sale wa3 made. Watchorn stated,
on the basis of |100 a share, which
after expenses were deducted, would
mean, he thought, a net return of
$122.50 for all share holders.
COLUMBIA LADIES' CAEJ) PABTT—>A. etnj
party wIH b* held tonight in OelUe
Union hall, 1254 Market street, by the Ladle*
of Columbia, division No. 2. Tb* commit
tee on arrangements include* Mrs. Jttoea
Wnsun, Mm. J. Devaney, Mrs. ES. Robert*.
' Mrs. MeUoldrick, Mrs. E. Taber. Mr*. W.
Coen, Mlbj Breehnan and Miss M. MeOormaek.
via coast i_ir*ts
Leave (Third and Town*nd Streets) Aniv*
(Subject to change without notice)
t S.os* Valencia Street. Ocean Mew, Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruoo r 6.35*
6.30s South San Franciaeo. Sen Jose. Gilroy,
(HolUster, Tree Pinos), Sargent, Pa
jaro, Watsonville, Saata Cruz 7.50 a
t 6.30 a Los Ahoe, Mona Viata, Los Gato*.... $9.45*
t 7.00 a South San Franciaeo, Pak> Alto, San
Joee, Way Station* 7.20*
t 7.00* Los Altos, Mont* Vista, Los Gate*.. 7.20 a
B.ooa Shore line Limited—Peso P.oblei Hot
Spring!, Santa Barbara, Los Angelas 8.50*
6.05 a Mayfield, Los Altos.Loe Gatoa, Wright,
Glenwood (Boulder Creek). Santa
Cruz, Wateooviile. Caetroville, Dm
Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove.... 9.05 J
9.00* San Joe*. Gilroy. Sargect, Safins*,
Soledad, San Miguel. Paso Roblee
Hot Springs, San Luis Qbispo 4.90*
9.00 a Eollifter. Tret Rα*—WaieonviUe,
Santa Oat— Del Mont*. Montetej.
Pacific Grove «« MM
10.40* South San FrancUco, Burlingame, Bs*
Mateo, Palo Alto, Sen Jose t e.3oa
10.40* Los Alto*. MontaViate, Lβ* Gatoe.... 12.30*
11.30* VaJeneia Street. Ocean View. Cohna.
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruao I -S*»
11.40* South San Francisco, San Joee t 8-20*
1.20* Saturdays only—Sen Mateo. Rrd wood, M __
Mavfield, Mountain View, Sao Joae IC.oO*
; 1.20p Saturdayf only—Los Altoi.MonaVuta,
Los Gatos • |3.25|
i 2JOOS Del Monte Express—San Jose, Gilroy.
Sanest (Watsonviile), Baott Cna,
Del Monte, Monterey, Paei&e Grove,
(Saliau) 12-30*
\ 2.08 a Eartcn. Sas Mateo, Palo Atto, San
Joae •• 8.40*
t 2.1 Op South San Francisco, Redwood, Sea
Jose t 11.30*
I 3.00s South Sao Francisco, San Mateo, 6aa
Jose, G;lroy, Tree Piaos. Salinas... 10.10*
j 3.00p Wetsonville, Santa Oui. CestrovUle.
Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove 10.10*)
3.25 a Burlingame, San Mateo, Redwood,
Palo Alto, Mayneld, Los Altos, Lot
Gatoa BJOp
4.00* Sunset Express—Tueeon, Demtag, El
Paso, Houston. New Orleans, Chi
cago 1>199
4.00 i Washington Sunset Root*—Washing
ton, D. C, New York and East 4158
4.00 a Salinas, Paso Roblea Hot Springs.
San Luis. Obispo. S«nU Barbara, ,
Ventura and Los Angelei 9,15*
4.00 a KansaeCity, St. Louis, Chicago 9.IS*
4.20p South San Francisco, San Jose t 7.25*
t 4.68* Santa Cri* Limited—Mayfieid. Los
Alto*. Los Gatoe, Felton, (Bookter
Creek,)SanUGnu t 8.43*,
f 5.05 a Burlinsrama, San Mateo. Palo Alto,
San Joee and Way Stations 9.45*
t 5.20 a Redwood, Atherton. Ueolo Park,
|j , PataAito. Mayfleld, Mountain Vie*.
Sunnyvale, San Jose T v>ool
t 5.20 a Los.Altos.MonU Vista. Los Gatoe.... t 8.40*
t 6.25p Easton, Redwood. Mountain View.
SanJoee I.IOp
t 6 JOp Loop—Valencia Street, Ocean View.
Cemeteries, South San Francisco,
23d Street, 3d and Towjuead t 6.40p
6.40p San Bmno, Ban Mateo, Redwood.
Palo Alto, Sante Clara, San Joes... 3.25*
t 5.40p Los Altos, Honta Vista. Los Gatoe.... 7.20 a
t 6.OQb Millbrte. San Mateo, Redwood, Kay
field. Los Altos. Los Gatos f B.oo*
t 8.05p 23d Street, Visitation, South Baa
Francuco, Valencia Street t 7.15 a
6.30p South San Francisco, Baa Jose 5.45p
7.40p The Lark—Peso Robles Hot Springs,
Santa Barbara, Los Angeles 9.30*
8.!0p San Jose and W»y Stations 7.30*
IO.OOp Los Angela Passenger—Selinae, Pass
Robles Hot Springs. San Lois Obis
po. Santa Barbara and Los Angelea B.2S*
IO.OSp South San Francisco. San Joee II .55a
11.45p South San Francisco, Palo Alto, Saa
Jose 7.45 a
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Vli Ala**** Pier.
T* Oakland, Uth and Frankl'n Stt.—
0.16, 6.45 a. m. and (hen 15 and 48 minates pest f>/
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30, 9.15, 10.00. 10.44
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a, m.
Tβ Alameda, North and South SMe—
6.15. 6.45 a. m. and then 1,5 and 45 minutes oast the
hour until 7.45 p. m.; tbea 8.30. 0.16, 10.00, 10.44
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS—VI* Oakland Pier.
Tβ Oakltnd. llth St., an* Perkeley via Shattuek Ay*
end tiliwerth St. Line*.—Daily—From 6.00 a. ru.. and
•very twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m., inclusive; thea
O.CO. 9.40.10.20,11.C0.11.40. p. m.. 12.20 and 1.20 a.m.
Additional boats Saturdays and Sunday* only, 5.49
p. sjl, 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 aad 11.20 p. m.
To terkeJey via Caflfemla St. and Wtit Berkeley. Albany
via Ninth It. Lines—Daily—From "COO a. m.. t6.2&
•6.40, t7.00 a. m. and every twenty minutes until 8.20
p. nuiorlueivp; then 9XO. MO. 10.30,11.00,11.40 p.m_
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boate Saturdays and
Sundays only, 8.40 p m., 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20
p.m.
Te Vieerii Iteae. Pullman. Rlehmontf—ft 40 and 7-48
a. a.. 3.20 p. m., 43, 5.20, 6.20 p. a.
T* Oakland, Wuhlnflton-Brcatfway. Ewt Oakland.
Fruitvale and Melrose via Seventh St. —Dairy—From
6.00 a. m., md every twenty minutes until BJO p. m,
inclusive; tbea 9.00. 9.40, 10.20. 11.00. 11.40 p. m.,
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additions! bc*rn Saturday an«i
Sunday only. HAQ p. m., 9JO, 10X0, 10.40 and 11.20
p.m.
Honethee te Okktand. Wathlneten-Broedwcy, Frcltvale,
Aiameda, North Side—Daily—From 6.00 a. m., t6.20,
6.40. 7.00, 7.20, 7.40. 8.00, 8.40 and forty minutes pfut
the how until 3.40 p. m.; then 4.00, 4.40, S.OO, 5.2 a
5.40. 6.00, 6.20. 6.40. 7.00, 7.40, 8.20. 9.00. 0.4*. 1024
11.00, 11.40 p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a. m.
Tβ Itenehurrt— te.oo, +6.40. ».00. 510.00 a. a-
JIJ2O. p. m., t2.OQ, IZJOO, t3JO, *4.00, "WO. *5.40 aad
+A2op. m.
AUTOMOBILES, MOTORCYCLES AND VEHICLES.
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY—From S«a
South End of Fsrrv Buildin*. for Broadway Wharf.
Oakland —Week days 6.00 a. m. aad every hah* feow
9.00 p. m., inclueive. Sundays and holidaye
6.00 a. m. and every half hour until 11.00 p. m»
inclusive. Bo*t» leave 3roadway Wnar*—Week daye
6.1T) a. m. and every half hour until 8.45 p. m. in
clusive. Sundays »cd holidays. 6.15 a, m. and even
half hour until 10.45 p. m., inclusive.
• tor Mornine. *Dairy. c fer Aften»oa>
fSuaday excepted. {Sunday only. § Saturday aarjk
a Monday.
Union Transfer Cβ, wrthoriitd to ehwfc Bafjae* «caaV
from reudeoGo,

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