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JAPANESE LINER HERE
WITH MANY PASSENGERS
Tenyo Maru's Cargo In
cludes Raw Silk Valued at
More Than $1,000,000
HE Japanese lin
er Tenyo Maru,
Captain W. C. T. S.
Filmer, arrived her
yesterday from th
orient with 212 pas
sengers and 4,82
if cargo. Th
included a
ent of raw
alued at mor
.1,000,000. Th
igers included
ts. busines
among th
were many
■ vye r s—and
naries.
liner landed
400 Asiatic
._.. passengers, most o
them Japanese, at Honolulu, from
where they will be distributed among
t'-f sugar plantations.
The Tenyo was favored with un
usually line weather all the way acros
the Pacific. Chief Steward Wylie
treated his passengers well all the
way from Hongkong, but he made the
hit of his life with the Thanksgiving
dinner. The turkeys—there was a row
of them on each table—were set before
the passengers on big platters, brown
.luicy and uncarved. The passenger
'Hi their own carving. Among them
■ carvers good, bad and indifferent
but the turkeys were all good, the poo
carvers furnished rare entertainmen
and everybody got a full share of bot
dark meat and light. It was the near
est approach to a home dinner that wa
ever served on a crack liner, and th
passengers were still talking about i
when the ship docked yesterday after
noon.
The liner could have arrived at day
light, but as the tide did not serve un
1 after noon Captain Filmer slowed
I own and avoided a tedious wait In
v a ran tine.
Frederick TV. Gotch, one of the liner'
assengers, is an Kngllshman who ha
een in the orient for a number o
ears and Is hurrying home for Christ
mas. Another passenger on the line
was T. R. Brown, a prominent pub
. who lias been In the orient on
business, accompanied by his wife ant
their son Buster.
Itev. H. A. Musser. another passen
pi~r, is an American missionary wli
has been for four years in India. H
Tuska, a well known New "York im
porter, and his bride, and I.ewls A
Jeffs, a mining engineer from Salt I_ak
Cfty. also accompanied hy his bride,
were passengers on the liner.
The passengers included:
Dr. F. C, Attell, Rev. J. P. Ambler, Mrs. J.
C Ambler. John Ambler. Kirn Eliza Ambler,
Mrs I*. A. Beardalee, Mrs. C. Brown. T. J.
Barktey. Mrs. T. 3. Bnrkley. William S. Bark
ley. T. B. Brown. Mrs. T. B. Brown, Buster
Brown. A. C. Prver. Oeorgo S. Beebe. H. S. Bnr
(Hek, Mrs. 11. S. B _d*c_, '*. P Barton. S. Baba,
John Becker. A. A. Breed. Rev. George Camp
bell. Mrs Gaorfr Campbell, Kenneth Campbell,
David rampbeli. Mtaa Dorothy Campbell, Mrs. F.
T. Fridingfield. Andres Garehltoresa. Frederic
W. Gotcb, K. Hori. W. 11. Hoyt, William B.
Hart-rood, W. K. Hill, Mrs. S. lki. M. Iwamoto.
Lewis A. Sett*. Mrs. Lewis A. .Toffs. T. W.
Kendrick. T. Kujirai. M. Katsenstern, Y. Klsbl,
T. Kak.iw'i. D. K. Love. Mr. Miyokawa. Mrs.
okawa infant and servant. T. Mivakawa,
- M. Mivakawa. Miss N. Mivakawa, Fred
erick D. ttott. Miss L. H. Mahoney. Rev. H. A.
Musser. Mrs, 11. A. John Mus-rr. Mi-s
Kathryn Musser, H. Mainland, Mrs. J. J. Mc
keel. George McNnlty. T. S. McEaeherti, Thomas
P. McAran, Mrs-. J. E. Norton, (i. F. Richmond,
Mrs. <;. F. Richmond. O. A. Steven, C. Q. Stan
ton. Edwin J. Stanton. Mrs. M. G. Steadman. H.
Tuska. Mrs. H. Tuska, E. Tukuhashi. Theodore
Wferlnea. Wong Kee Quen. Mrs. Wong Chow
*hl. Woug Yuen. Y. Y'amaruki, Miss K. Yoshi

y Mrrra Will Sail This Afternoon
In spite of the fact that the liner
Mongolia, which left here "Saturday,
< irrled an unusually large number of
Honolulu passengers, the Oceanic
Steamship company's liner Sierra,
Captain IT. C. Houdletto, which sails
this afternoon for the island port, will
ho crowded. Among the passengers
who will leave on the Sierra will be H.
11 Van Holt of Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs.
■' R. Smead of Eos Angeles also will
b« passengers. W. B. Collins, another
BSenger, is bound for Sydney He
*•. ill wait at Honolulu for the Sonoma,
which is due here this week from the
antipodes.
Polo Ponies on the Ltirllnc
The Matson liner T.urline, homeward
bound from Honolulu, was 739 miles
from here at 8 o'clock Sunday night
and is due Wednesday. The liner is
bringing 30 cabin passengers. 14 In
the steerage and a large cargo. On
hoard the liner are 24 polo ponies, the
mounts for the Hawaiian polo team,
the members of which are passengers
on the same ship. The Eurline's cargo
Includes 51S tons of molasses in balk,
r*ft.oon rases of canned pineapples and
4.500 bunches of bananas.
Destroyer Flotilla Arrives
The torpedo boat destroyers Whipple.'
Truxton, Preble, Stewart and Paul
Jones arrived here yesterday from San
Pedro. The small blacks, which are
due ;;t the navy yard for repairs of
one kind and another, did not stop in
the lower bay. but proceeded up to
Mare Island.
"Water Front "Votes
Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 1,500,000 feet.
The liner Sonoma, due Thursday
from Honolulu, was 1.352 miles from
here at 8 o'clock Sunday night.
The steamer Jason of the Jebsen line,
will get away about noon today for
Mexican ports. The power schooner
T.eanor. which "will be used on the
Mexican coast to gather freight for
the .lason. also will sail today.
A tug left here yesterday for Eureka
to tow to this port the steamer F. A.
Kllburn which returned to Eureka
Bterday with a broken rudder.
Change of Master*
Schooner Hercules. Isak Isakson. old
master, Peter Turner, new master;
steamer Napa City, M. 3, Brown, old
••>, W. _, Cooley, new master;
uner Christopher Columbus, R. E.
<*arey, old master. Charles Eorentzen,
new master; steamer Ancon, Charles
11. Ehlert, old master. F. M. Smith,
new master; steamer Curacao, J. O.
Paris, old master, Fred Nystrom, new
master.
Enrollments
Schooner Rival, Charles Sorensen.
master.
Army Transports
The Dlx Balled from Seattle for Manila No
vember 2-*">.
Sheridan is in port.
T),,. Cook is in port.
The Warren is on duty in the Philippine
•ids.
if.>rd is in port.
is in port.
The Logan nailed from Manila for San Fran
•mber I"!.
The Sherman, from San Francisco for Manila,
1 from Honolulu November It.
NEWS OP"* THE OfEAJf
A forgo for Australia
The British Menmer Utrathdon sailed for Mel
hourne Sunday with 11.200 centals barley. 4.050
almon. 350 barrels oils. 468.687 feet lum
ber end 134.757 feet door stock, valued at $80,
--f*:j4. as cargo from this port.
Th.- steamer also had 1.007,800 feet lumber and
47.T91 feet door stock, valued at |rf",909. laden
at Eureka for tbe part of destination.
i:\porls for Hawaii
The steamer Wilhelmina on its last trip to
Honolulu had cargo valued at f''o-5.044 and in
cluding the following: , _^
in 968 gals and IT." es wine. 252 gals and 26 cs
whisky. 101 cs gin. 144 cc mineral water. 25 cs
grapejulee. 120 casks beer, 27 cs brandy. 125 bbls
flour 28.293 lbs sugar. 40,000 Rm rice. 1,366 ctls
harlcv. 15 tons mill feeds. 4.."515 lbs tea. 250 cs
and 38 bids salmon. 138 ca eggs, 5.393 lbs butter.
952 lbs and 22 cs cheese 0,438 cs canned goods,
1 680 bales bay. 8.038 lbs dried fruit. 1,835 lbs
rnisins r,6.670 H>s Ivans. 2.150 lbs peas, 1.145
Pkgs potatoes, 170 pkgs onions. 3,633 bxa fresh
fnnts lbs dried fish. 16.970 lbs nuts.
21 °+7 lbs lard 8,877 lbs hams and bacon, 14.9*7
»h_ bread 6,0n0 IN codfish. 160 cs drugs. 208
rkgs- machinery, 804 tons fertilizer. 307 cs and
.8 bbls oils. 837 pkes paints, 129 pkgs wagon ma
terial IS automobiles and 04 pkgs parts. 8.800
bbls crude oil. 10.710 lbs and 4 ca tobacco, 32 es
cigars and cigarettes, 12 rolls leatner. liil cs
boots and shoes, 4,000 sks cement.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
WIRELESS REPORTS FROM SHIPS AT SEA
MARCONI WIRELESS
These- reports are received directly from the Paciflc coast stations ot tbe
Marconi Wireless company!
STEAMER ADMIRAL SAMPSON-From Seattle,
for San Francisco: Dec. 2, 12 m., off north
west Seal reck. Moderate SE wind: expects
to arrive at San Francisco about noon Dec. 3.
Monday, Dec. 2.
STEAMER SANTA MARIA — From Port San
Lais, for Seattle; Dec. 2, noon, 30 miles south
, of San Francisco. »
STEAMER YOSEMITE—From Portland, for San
Pedro; Dec 2. 1:80 a. m., off Blunts reef.
STEAMER STATE OF CALIFORNIA—From San
Diego, fitr San Fr-iieit-eo; Dec. 2. 12:30 p. m..
off Point Sur. Will arrive at San Francisco
at 8 p. m. Dec. 2.
STEAMER "W. F. HERRIN—From Port San
Luis, for Honolulu: Dec. I, 8 p. m., 838 miles
from Port San Luis. Clear; fresh NE wind;
sea smooth.
STEAMER LURLINE—From Honolulu, for San
Francisco; Dec. 1. 8 p. m., 7.'*9 miles from San
Francisco. Weather cloudy; NE winds; moder
ate sea.
BTEAMER HYADES—Hence Nov. 28 for Seattle
and Tacoma; Pee. 1, 8 p. m., nine miles off
Cap* Mears. Cloudy weather, with rain; all
well.
Monday, Dec. 2.
STESAMER SANTA MARIA—Dec. 1, 8 p. m..
170 miles south of San Francisco; from Port
San Luis, for Seattle.
STEAMER MONGOLIA—Dec. 1, 8 p. m., 450
miles off San Francisco; hence Nov. 30 for
China.
BRITISH STEAMER PERSIA—Dee. 1. 8 p. m.,
2.868 miles off San Francisco; from Yokohama,
for Honolulu.
STEAMER SOHOMA—Dec. 1. 8 p. m.. 1,352
miles off San Francisco; from Honolulu, for
San Francisco. ,
STEAMER HONOLULAN—Dee. 1. 8 p. m.. 1,282
miles off San Francisco; hence Nov. 27 for
Honolulu.
STEAMER W. 8. PORTER—Dec. 1. 8 p. m., 19
miles north of San Francisco; from Port San
Luis, for Everett.
STEAMER MONGOLIA—B p. m., 818 mllea from
Shu Francisco.
STEAMER CITY OF TOPEKA—B p. m., 40
miles north of Point Reyes.
STEAMER LURLINE—B p. m., 404 mllea from
lightship.
STEAMER MAVERICK—7 p. m., 10 mileg south
of Point Arena. „
| Movements of Steamers
TO ARRIVE
Conuille River Flfleld iDec. 3
Baste Cruz & MoBter-ey.iBBreka [Dae, 3
Portland & Astoria jYosemlte IDec. 3
I.OS Angeles Santa Barbara.. [Pee. 3
Seattle & Tacoma Ad. Sampson... Pee. :s
Los Angeles Hanalel IPec. 3
Humboldt F. A. Kilburn. . .|Der. 3
Honolulu pU-tiiae Pec. 4
Balti.ia A; San Pedro....'Pennsylvania . ..[Dee. 4
Portland & Astoria Beaver IPec. 4
Fort Bragg Arctic pee. 4
fxis Angeles 'Harvard Pec. 4
Humb<>Idt jNorth Fork IDec. 6
Part San Lata 'coos Bay iDec. 5
Portland |('8mino !Pec. 5
Bamboidt 'City of Topeka.. Dee. r.
Svdnev A Way "Ports. ..Sonoma Dec. 6
Los Angeles iRose City Pee. 6
San Piego & I/js Aug..'Roanoke Dec. 5
Point Arena & Albion.. Porno Pec. 5
Puget Sound Ports jCity of Puebla.. Pee. 6
Hamburg & Way Ports.'N'auplia Dec. 6
Sau Piego & Los Ang.. iPresident Per. 6
Loa Angeles jYale IDec. 6
Fort Bragg (Brunswick (Dec. 7
""an Diego & Los Ang. .{Harvard wae, 7
Portland & Astoria I'Jeo. W. Elder..[Dec. 7
Seattle & Jacoma ;Watson Pec. i
Sal Cruz „ San Diego. Virginian !Dec. •
Mllkl [.Seminole Dec. 8
Balboa Oberon [Dec. 8
Seattle direct Governor Dec. 8
Mendocino & Pt. Arena.'Sea Foam Pec. 8
Balboa (Peru ..Dec. 9
Portland ft Astoria jBear Dec. 9
Los Angeles & Way Pre Santa Clara Dec. 9
San Diego & Los Ang.. State of Cal Dee. 9
San Diego & Los Ang. .Yale Dec. 9
TO SATL
Date I
Steamer
Destination I Sails IPier
Dec. SBandon ICoqullle Rlv.l 5 pm 19
Deo. 3 Eareka ...jSanta Cruz... 5 pm 13
Deo. S Yosemlte Lob Angeles. 11 am 51
Dec. n'Satita Barbara.. Willapa Har.j 1 pm
Pen. g Navajo .... Portland ... 1 prm 8
Dec. .".Sierra 'Honolulu ... 2 pm 21
Pec. .", city of Para. ..Balboa 112 m 42
Ppc. 3'L T _atma MPngat Sound.! 2 pm; 0
Per. 4 Phoenix IHumboldt ...111 am! 19
Per. 4 St. Helens (Portland ...15 pmj 10
■IiM-. 4ir. A. Kllburn..'.Humboldt ...]12 m! 13
De,-. 4'Hsnalel Loa Angeles. 3 pm 10
Pep. 4lSanta Clara ILos Angeles. 2 pm! 13
Dec. 4'Soa Foam Mendocino .. 4 pmj 4
Pee. 4 ; Brunswick Fort Bragg.. 3 pm'
Dee. 4fHarvard |San Diego... 4 pm! 7
Per. ri'Nome t.'lty 'Pupret Sound. 6 pml 38
per. rWMagirlan Liverpool ...15pm
Dec. 5 State of t'al.-JSan Piego.. .|11 ara| 0
Per. BiTaa-pieo j Vancouver . .|4pm| 9
Dec li Ad. Sampson. ..Puget Sound. I 3 pm 10
Pec. t; Rose Pity Portland ...112 m M
De,-, 6|Roanoke {Portland ...|10am! 13
P..-. « Yal» .!San Diego...! 4 pm] 7
Dec. 7 North Fork 'Humboldt •••' 5 P**\ 3*
Her. TfHar-aitl 'Los Angeles.] 4 pm| 7
Per. 7iCoos Bay !Pt. San Luis.! 4 pm. 11
Pec. TIAatec Balboa (12 ml 42
Dec. TINippon Maru... !Hongkotitr ... 1 pm 34
Per. 7 Arizotian ISsIina Cruz..! 10 am;
Dec. TiMacklnsw Balboa 112 m' 36
7 President Puget Sound.! 2 pml 0
Per. 7 Geo. W. Elder. . San Piepo...! 7 pml 13
Dei-. 7 Beaver 'Los Angeles.111 am! 40
Per. 7'Cttv of Tokepa. IHumboldt ...12 m 11
Per. _ Porno I Point Arena. 6 pm S
Per. 8 Arctic Fort Bragg..! > pm
Per. ft (Jo-ernor San Diego... i 2 pm 0
Dee. 0 Yale sLob Angeles. I 4 pm 7
_!
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
Dost i list Ion
| Date
Skajrway & Way Ports. IHumtioldt I Dec. 4
Skupwav & Way Ports. (Dolphin Per. 5
Valdea & Seward lYukon !I'<-< • 17
Sun, Moon and Tide
United States coast and geodetic survey—Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission street wharf), add 25 minutes.
'IT "I-*?? DAY, DKCEMBKR 3
Sun rises 7:09
Sun sets 4:31
Moon rises 1:43 a. m-
New moon December 8, at B:.">S a. m.
First quarter moon. ..December 10, at 11:87 a. m.
iTime| JTlme| ITlmel
Ft | 1 Ft | ( Ft f Ft
H W! I. Wi H Wj
3.; 0:J-V 1.3; 7:10; 5.5! \ : :t«; 1.4: 7:32; 4.2
4..! 1:07' 1.8 7:47! 5.7! 2:26 0.7! ***:03 4.8
5.. 1:53] 2.3 8:22| l.»J 8:1T 0.0!10:08 4.1
6.. 2:40 2.S[ 8:5tV fl.l 4:061—0.5'11:08 4.1
7..I 3:25! 3.2 9:35| 6.2' 4:9«—♦.«
H W 'L W*! H W [L W
R..I 0:07! 4.0 4:0« 3.2 lo-12' 8.2 5:88'—1.1
Time Ball m
United Slates Branch Hydroj-rapble Office. Mer-,
chants' Exchange, San Frauclsco, December
2. I'll*-.
The time ball on the roof of the Fairmont hotel
was dropped today exactly at noon. Pacific stand
ard time (130 th meridian), or at Sh. 00m. 00s.
(ireenwlch mean time.
B. O. BARTTIA!/)W.
Lieutenant, l". S. XL, in Charge.
U. S. Branch Hydrojjraphlc Office
A branch of the United States hydrograpble
office, located in the Merchants' Exchange, is
maintained In San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality, and free
of expense. Navigators are cordially invited to
visit the office, where a complete set of charts
and Kail ins directions of the world are kept at
hand for comparison and reference, and the latest
information tan always be obtained regarding
lights, dangers to navigation and matters of in
terest to ocean commerce.
B. G. BARTHAIif)W.
Lieutenant, L". S. N., in Charge.
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
Pier 3 Washington Pier 17 Cnlon 1
r> Jackson Pier IS Union 2
P | or j. Pacific Pier 21 Filbert
Pier f, Broadway t I'icr 23 .Greenwich 1
p*ter 11 Broad war 2 Pier 2."i Greenwich 2
Pl,. r 13 Vallejo Pier 27 I^imbard
p-»r 15 GreewPier 81 Powell
SOUTH OF MARKET STREET
Pi— - Mission 1 Pier 24 Spear
pj pr 4 Mission 2 Pier 28 Main
Pier 0 Howard 1 Pier 'S4 Beale
Pio,. s Howard 2 Pier :•*.« Fremont
Pi„ r io. Howard StPter 8* First
PI,.- 12 Folsom 1 Pier 40 1
p jPr 14 Folsom 2 Pier 42 \P.M.S. S. Co.
pj— 16 Harrison Pier 44 J
Pi,.- _v Bteaartpter 54 Fourth
TACOMA. Dec. 2.—Arrived—Steamer Wash
tenaw, from San Francisco; steamer City of
Puebla, traa Vancouver.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1012.
STEAMER CATANIA—B p. m.. eight miles north
of Pledras Blanca.
STEAMER BUCKMAN—B p. m., off Point
Reyes.
STEAMER SANTA MARIA—B p. m., 34 miles
north of San Francisco.
STEAMER LANSING—B p. m., 150 miles from
Port San Lnls.
STEAMER FENWICK—B p. m., 40 miles south
of Cape Mendocino.
STEAMER ROMA—B p. m., 35 miles south of
San Francisco.
EAST SAN PEDRO. Dec. 2. <
STEAMER SPEEDWELL—Off Breakwater at
6:30 p. m., bouud for San Diego.
KIREKA, Dec. 2.
STEAMER ADMIRAL SAMPSON—Noon, off Seal
rock. i
STEAMER F. A. KILBURN— Inside at 8 p. m.
SEATTLE, Dec. 2.
STEAMER HYADES—Passed in at 12:50 p. m.
STEAMER MARIPOSA—Off Cape Laao i$ 10
a. m.
STEAMER GOVERNOR—Off Point Wilson at
6:30 p. m.
STEAMER ASUNCION—Off Race rock at 8:15
p. m.
STEAMER COLONEL E. L. DRAKE (with barge
05)— Off Point No Point at 8 p. m.
STEAMER CITY OF PUEBLA—Left Everett at
C p. m. for Tacoma.
ASTORIA, Dec. 2.
STEAMER EMPRESS OF JAPAN—For Van
couver; 1,674 miles from Victoria at 8 p. m.
Dec. 1.
STEAMER NORTKWEBTERN—Left Seward at
midnight Dec. 1.
STEAMER WILLAMETTE — South bound. 464
miles north of San Francisco at 5:30 p. m.
Dec. 2.
STEAMER FALCON—South bound, 14 mllea
north of Yaqulna head at 6:30 p. m.
STEAMER BEAR—North bound, eight mllea
south of Heceta head at 8 p. m.
STEAMER COLUMBIA — North bound, passed
Cascade bead at 8 p. m.
STEAMER CARLOS—Five miles north of Heceta
head at 8 p. m.
STEAMER ARGYLL—South bound, 470 mllea
north of San Francisco at 8 p. m.
Shipping Intelligence
ARRIVED
Monday, Dec. 2.
1:45 p. m., tug Dauntless, Titchworth, 3 days
from Anacortes; ballast to Ship Owners' and
Merchants' Tug company.
1:55 p. m.. stmr Thomas L. Wand. Peterson,
41 hours from Redondo; ballast to Olson A Ma
bony.
1 p. m., bktn Fullerton, Flelden, 27 hours
from Port San Luis; 15,000 barrels oil to Union
Oil company. In tow tug Sea Rover.
12:20 p. m., stmr Newburg. Norberg, 45 hoars
from San I'edro; ballast to S. E. Slade Lumber
company.
10:05 a. m., Jap stmr Tenyo Maru, Filmer, 27
days 13 hours 5 minutes from Hongkong, via
Yokohama 16 days 9 hours 48 minutes, via Hono
lulu 5 days 20 hours 49 minutes; passengers and
merchandise to Toyo Klsen Kalsha Steamship
company.
9:40 a. m., stmr Despatch, Rees, 28 hours
from Eureka; 600,000 feet lumber to Pacific Lum
ber company.
9:45 a. m., stmr Santa Clara, Jessen. — hours
from San Pedro, via Port San Luis 22 hours;
passengers and merchandise to North Paciflc
Steamship company.
9:25 a. m., stmr Yale. McFarland. 18 hours 2
minutes from San Pedro; passengers and mer
chandise to Pacific Navigation company.
6:30 a. m., stmr Captain A. F. Lucas, Pfell. 4
days from Seattle, via Astoria 3 days; ballast to
Standard Oil company, with barge 91 in tow.
6:30 a. m., barge 91, Monroe, 3 days from As
toria; ballast to Standard Oil company, in tow
stmr Captain A. K. I^ucas.
7:35 a. m., stmr J. B. Stetson, Hall. 87 hours
from San Pedro; ballast to Hicks, Hauptman
& Co.
3:40 a. m., stmr Marshfleld, Ahlin, 00 hoora
from San Pedro: ballast to Swayne A Hoyt, Inc.
5:30 a. m., stmr Nome City. Hansen. 90 hours
from Everett; 900,000 feet lumber to Charles
Nelson & Co.
9 a. m., U S stmr Whipple, Metcalf, 2 days
from San Pedro.
9 a. m., D S stmr Truxton, Symington, 2 daya
from San Pedro.
9 a. m.. 0 S stmr Preble, Pousland, 2 days
from San Pedro.
9 a. m. m.. I* S stmr Paul Jones, Gearing Jr.,
2 days from San Pedro.
9 a. m., U S stmr Stewart, Shonerd, 2 days
from San Pedro.
10:50 p. m., stmr South Coast. Hammer, 28
hours from Eureka; 250,000 feet lumber to Pa
cific Lumber company.
'•:20 p. m., stmr James S. Higgins, Justen. 48
ho'irs from Redondo; ballast to ('. H. Higgins.
C>:. r >.'s p. m., stmr Aberdeen. Maloney, 27 hours
from Eureka; 450,000 feet lumber to Pacific Lum
ber company.
7:50 p. m.. stmr State of California, Alexan
der, 44 hours from San Diego; passengers and
merchandise to Pacific Coast Steamship com
pany, i
8:33 p. m.. stmr Fort Bragg. Eliasorl. 47 "hours
from San Pedro, via Port San Luis 47 hours;
2,_W tons grain to C. 11. Higgins.
9:15 p. m.. stmr Alcatra-, Krante. 53 hours
from San Diego; ballast to L. E. White Lumber
company.
5 a. m., stmr Whlttler. Zolllng. 20 hours from
Port San I.uls: barrels oil to Union Oil
company, up river direct.
4:15 p. m., barge 93. Kirkwood, — hours from
El Segundo; barrels oil to Standard Oil
ompany, up river direct, in tow of tug De
fiance. •
5:40 p. m.. Fr bark Bonohamp. Llbean, 174
days from Antwerp; merchandise to Meyer, Wil
son & Co.
4:15 p. m., schr C. T. Hill. Lunqnlit. 6 days
from Nehalem; 210.000 feet lumber to Beadle
& Co.
CLEARED
Monday, Dec. 2.
Stmr Sierra. Houdlette, Honolulu; J. D.
Sprer-kels &. Bros, company.
Stmr City of Topeka. Zeh. Eureka; Pacific
Coast Steamship company.
Stmr President, Thomas, San Diego; Pacific
Coast Steamship company.
Stmr Homer, Wall. Coos Bay; Coos Bay and
Eureka Steamship company.
Nor stmr Jason, Rustad, Mazatlan, etc.; F.
Jebsen & Co.
Br stmr Winnebago, Sowden, Mororan, F. O.;
Standard Oil company.
Stmr City of Para, Russell, Ancon, etc.; Pa
cific Mail Steamship company.
Stmr Yale. Mcbrland, San Pedro; Paciflc Nav
igation company.*,
Stmr Curacao, Nystrom, Seattle; Pacific Coast
Steamship company.
SAILED
. Monday. Dec. 2.
, r >:so p. m.. stmr Buckman. Wilson, Seattle.
12:15 p. m., stmr City of Topeka, Zeh, Eu
reka. *
9 a. m., stmr Maverick, Spencer, Seattle and
Tacoma.
12 noon, stmr Marshfleld, Ahlin, Point Arena.
12 m., stmr J. B. Stetson, Hall, Grays Harbor.
11:30 a. m., stmr Rose City, Rankin, San
Pedro.
8 a. m., Fr bark Vlncennes, Menguy, Ipswich.
6:35 p. m., Br stmr Winnebago. Sowden, Mo
roran (for orders i.
4:15 p. m.. stmr Vale. McFarland, San Pedro.
8:15 p. m., stmr Nehalem, Tietjeu, Grays
Harbor.
8 :*'.*" p. m., stmr James S. Higgins, Justen,
Mendocino.
2:20 p. ro.. stmr President, Thomas. San Pedro
and San Diego.
4:4-"" p. m., tug Hercules. Thompson, Eureka.
10:25 p. m., stmr Cnracao, Nystrom, Seattle.
5:50 p. m., stmr Whltesboro, Frederlckson,
Greenwood.
•VoO p. m.. stmr Homer. Wall. Coos Bay.
WBATHKR REPORTS
TATOOSH. Dec. 2. 9 a. m.—Weather ekfbdy;
wind west, Telocity 2 miles per hour.
POINT LOBOS. Dec 2. noon — Weather
foggy; wind northwest, velocity eJght miles per
hour.
FARALLON ISLAND. Dec. Z.-sg «. m._
Weather partly cloudy; wind north, velocity 10
miles per hour.
POINT REYES. Dec. 2, 8 a. m.—Weather
partly clondy; wind northwest, velocity eight
miles per hour.
DOMESTIC POETS
TATOOSn —Passed in Dec. 2, 12:40 p. m.—
Stmr Governor, hence Nov. 30 for Seattle: 12:50
p. ra.. stmr IJyades, hence Nov. 29 for Seattle
and Tacoma: 11 a. m., stmr Colonel -E. I>.
Drake, with barge 95 In tow, hence Nov. 28 for
Seattle.
Passed out Dec. 2 —TJ S stmr Bear, from Seat
tle, for Ran Francisco. Dec. 1. 8 p. m.—Stmr
Argyll, from Seattle, for San Francisco.
Fussed Dee. 2, :*:2O p. m.—Stmr Asuncion,
hence Nov. 2ft for Seattle.
Passed in Dec. 2, 4:10 p. m.—Stmr Shasta,
from San Pedro, for Bell Ingham.
SAN DIE< 10—Arrived Dec. l—Schr Irene, from
Astoria.
Sailed Dee. 2—Schr Wawona, for Grays Har
bor; Br stmr Jndra, for San Francisco; stmr
Santa Barbara, for San Francisco. _-—
SEATTLE—SaiIed Dec. I—Stmr Mariposa, for
Valdea; stmr Edith, for .
Arrived Dec. 2, 5 p. m.—Stmr Hnmboldt. from
Skagwsy; stmr Governor, hence Nov. 30; stmr
Colonel E. L. Drake, with barge 35 in tow, hence
Nov. 28.
EVERETT—SaiIed Nov. 30—Schr Fred E. San
der, for San Francisco.
REDONDO— Sailed Dee. 1, 3:15 p. m.__Schr
Monterey, 1n tow tng Navigator, for Monterey.
POINT LOBOS—Passed Dec. 2, 15 m.—Stmr
Temple E. Dorr, from San Pedro, for Grays
Harbor; 11:30 a. m., stmr Charles Nelson, from
San Pedro, for Puget sound.
Passed Dec 2 —Stmrs Lakme and San Pedro,
from Eureka, for San Pedro; 3 p. m.. stmr Santa
Maria, from Port San Luis, for Seattle; 4 p. m.,
stmr Helen P. Drew, from San Pedro, for Green-
F.AGLE HARBOR—Sailed Dec. 2. 12 m.—
Stmr Tallac, for San Pedro.
ASTORlA—Arrived Dec. 2, 10 a. m.—Stmt
Northland, hence Nov. 29; 6 a. m., Br stmr
Cape Breton from Eureka; 7 a. m., stmr J. A.
Chanslor, hence Nov. 29; 8 a. m., U S stmr
Burnside, from Seattle.
Sailed Dec. 2, 8 a. m.—Stmr Willamette, for
San Diego, via San Francisco.
Sailed Dec. 2, 8 a. _.—Stmr Falcon, for Ban
Pedro.
Arrived Dec. 2, 1 P. m.—Schr Alvena, hence
Nov. 22.
U.MPQUA—SaiIed Dec. I—Stmr San Gabriel,
for San Pedro.
VENTURA—SaiIed Dec. 1, 3:30 p. m.—Stmr
San Jacinto, for San Francisco.
POINT REYES—Passed Dec. 2, 10 a. m.—
Tug Dauntless, from Puget sound, for San Fran
cisco.
Passed Dec. 2, 3 p. m.—Stmr Lakme, from
Eureka, for San Pedro; 3 p. m., stmr Aberdeen,
from Eureka, for San Francisco; 4:45 p. m.,
three masted steam schr, south bound; square
rigger, 15 miles northwest of Point Reyes, south
bound.
CRESCENT CITY —Arrived Dec. I—Stmr Del
Norte, hence Nov. 30.
EUREKA—SaiIed Dec. 2. 9 a. m.—Stmr F. A.
Kllburn, for San Francisco.
Arrived Dec. 2, 7 a. m.—Stmr North Fork,
hence Nov. 30.
Arrived Dec. 2, 2 p. m.—Stmr F. A. Kllburn,
from sea. In distress; stmr William H. Murphy,
from San Pedro.
SAN PEDRO —Sailed Dec. 2—Stmr SpeedwelL
for San Diego; atmrs Pennsylvania, Mayfalr and
Pasadena, for San Francisco.
Arrived Dec. 2—Stmrs Acme and General Hub
bard, from Eureka: stmrs Santa Monica and
Mandalay, hence Nov. 30.
RAYMOND — Arrived Dec. 1 — Stmr Carmel,
hence Nov. 28..
ABERDEEN—Arrived Dee. 2. 10 a. m.—Stmr
Chehalls, hence Nov. 29.
Sailed Dec. 2, 7 a. m.—Stmr Rainier, for
_— ; 4 p. m., stmr Helene, for San Pedro.
MENDOCINO —Sailed Dec. 2, 5 p. m.—Stmr
Noyo, for San Francisco.
COOS BAY—Arrived Dec. 2, 4:30 p. m.—Stmr
Alliance, from Astoria.
BANDON—Arrived Dec. 2, 4:30 p. m.—Stmrs
Brooklrn and Elizabeth, hence Nov. 30.
TACOMA —Arrived Dec. 2—Stmr Watson, from
Seattle; stmr La Touche, from Alaska.
EAST SAN PEDRO—Arrived Dec. 2, 7 a. m.—
Stmr General Hubbard, from Eureka.
MARSHFIELD—SaiIed Dec. 2. 7 a. m.—Stmr
A M. Simpson, for San Pedro.
LONG BEACH—Arrived Dec. 2. 5 p. m.—
Stmr Pasadena, from San Pedro, and sails Dec.
3. 2 p. m. for San Francisco.
EASTERN PORTS "
NEW YORK—Sailed Nor. 30—Stmr Dakotan,
for Puerto Mexico.
PHILADELPHIA—Arrived Dec. I—Br stmr
Cbaroas, from Iqulqne.
DELAWARE BREAKWATER—Passed Dec. 1
—Ship William P. Frye, from Kahului, for
Philadelphia; stmr John A. Hooper, from Wil
mington, Del., for San Francisco, via Nor-
FOREIGN PORTS
CORONET,—Arrived Nov. 26—Br stmr Frank
mount, hence Oct. 24, via Santa Rosalia, for
Swansea.
VALPARAISO—SaiIed Nor. 29—Br stmr Glf
ford. for Puget sound.
SANTOS—Sailed Nov. 30 —Br stmr Crafts
man, for San Francisco.
ST. LUClA—Sailed Nov. 29 —Br stmr Falls of
Orchv, for Pensacola.
VANCOUVER—Arrived Dec. 2—Br stmr Bessie
Dollar, from Victoria.
Sailed Dec. 2—Br stmr Trinefclo, for San Fran
claco. ,
YOKOHAMA—Arrived Dec. 2—Jap stmr Chiyo
Maru. hence Nov. 15,
BALBOA—Sailed Dec. 1, 10 a. m.—Stmr L.
Luckenbach. for San Francisco.
MOJl—Sailed Dec. I—Nor stmr Ttor, for Aca
pulco. __
Arrived Nov. 23—Nor stmr Thor, from Hong
kong, to load for Acapuleo.
SUEZ—Arrived Nov. 30—Br stmr St. Egbert,
from Manila, for New York.
AVONMOCTH — Arrived Nov. 80 —Br atmr
Kentra. hencp July 12.
PORT SAlD—Arrived Nov. 29 —Br atmr In
draghlrl. from New York, for Manila.
LIVERPOOL—SaiIed Nov. 30—Br stmr Cen
turlan, for San Francisco.
SALINA CRUZ—Se.fled -?Nov. 30—Stmr Isth
mian, for San Francisco, via San Diego.
GLASGOW— Sailed Nor. 30—Br stmr Antilo
chus. for Tacoma. * __
LAS PALMAS—Arrtred Dec. I—Ger stmr Sals,
hence Aug. 29. . _____*_.
VICTORIA—SaiIed Dec. 2—fcr stmr Lonadala,
for Portland. ;
OCEAN STEAMERS
LIVERPOOL— Arrived Dec. 2—Stmr Maure
tanla. from New York.
BREMEN—Arrived Pec. 2—*tmr Barbarossa,
from New York; atmr Prtn* Frlederich Wllhelm,
from New York. _
Sailed Nov. 30—Stmr Friederlch der Grosse,
for New York. _. : ■_■-_-___
ANTWERP—Arrived Dec. I—Stmr1 —Stmr Vaderland,
from New York. _, __ L „
SOUTHAMPTON—Arrived Dec. I—Stmr Phila
delphia, from New York.
PLYMOUTH—Arrived Dec. 2 —Stmr Kaiser
Wllhelm der Grosse, from New York, for Bre
men.
FISHGUARD—Arrived Nov. 22— Stmr Maure
tanla. from New York, for Liverpool.
MARSEILLK—Arrived Nov. 30—Stmr Canada,
from New York.
NEW YORK—Sailed Dec. 2—Stmr Niagara,
for Havre.
Memoranda
ET'REKA Dec. 2.—Stmr F. A. Kllburn, previ
ously reported, has rudder carried away. A tug
will be sent from San Francisco to tow the ves
sel down. _»___•__»-__
WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 30.—The stmr John
A Hooper, built at the yards of Harlan A Hol
llnsworth for Sudden A Christenson of San Fran
cisco, had a trial trip today. The vessel made
13 0-10 knots on same. The vessel passed Deri
ware Breakwater this morning (Dec. 1) for
Lambert point to load coal for San Francisco,
under charter to the United States government.
VICTORIA, Dec. 2.—Chll ship County of Lin
lithgow went ashore at half tide on Otter point.
The ship is resting easily. Tug Lome & Sal
vage and stmr Santa Cruz are expected to pull
the vessel off this afternoon.
VICTORIA. Dec. 2. —A report received here
states that the Chil ship County of Linlithgow,
from Antofagasta, for Royal roads. It ashore on
Otter point. Its position is believed to be seri
ous. Particulars to follow. Tugs Lome and
British Columbia marine salvage vessels are pro
ceeding to the scene.
VICTORIA, Dec. 2.—Chil ship Coonry of Lln
llthgrow was still aground tbta evening.
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
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SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
the Pacific
Special Dispatch to The Call
EUREKA, Dec. 2.—With its rudder gone as
tbe result of having struck with terrific force
upon the bar this morning while crossing out,
steamer F. A. Kiiburn was towed back Into port
this afternoon by the tug Relief.
Having succeeded in reaching tbe open sea,
the steamer, aided by a Jury rig, cruised about
until bar conditions enabled the tug to tow it
In The passengers, numbering nearly 100, were
at no time In danger. The life saving crew
stood by until the Kllburn entered the harbor.
Word was received here tonight that a tug had
left San Francisco to tow tbe Kiiburn down the
coast, and It is expected that It will arrive here
tomorrow In time to depart with the tow early
In the afternoon. The f Kllburn Is leaking, but
not with any great rapidity. An examination of
the stern of the hull was made this afternoon
and no damage found, aside from that done to
the steering gear. ____'_
Steamer North Fork arrived from San Fran
cisco this morning. ____.
Steamer W. H. Murphy departed this after
noon for San Pedro with a lumber cargo.
BAH PEDRO. Dec. 2.—Paciflc Mall steamer
Pennsylvania, arriving from Balboa. Panama,
proceeded for San Francisco with a balance cargo
from Atlantic ports. Juan Cave-, recently ap
pointed con-nil from Ecuador to San Francisco,
and his family were passengers.
Steamer Pasadena completed the discbarge of
a partial cargo of lumber and proceeded for
Long Beach with the remainder, thence for
Allison via San Francisco to reload.
After having discharged 650.000 feet of lum
ber for wholesalers In San Diego, the steamer
Santa Barbara returned here, took passengers
and freight for the West Coast Steamship com
pany and cleared for Willapa harbor to re
load.
Steamer Riverside completed the discharge
of 1,600,000 feet of lumber for the Consolidated
Lumber company at Wilmington and cleared to
! night for Tacoma in ballast to reload.
New steamer Speedwell, arriving yesterday
from Coos Bay. completed the discharge of
lumber cargo for the Southern California Lum
ber company and proceeded for San Diego with
19.000 white cedar ties loaded at Bandon.
Steamer Roanoke arrived from Portland via
San Francisco and after landing passengera and
freight proceeded for San Diego.
Steamer laqua finished discharging 72.1.000
feet of lumber for consignees here and Redondo
Beach and cleared tonight for Eureka to re
load, taking passengers and freight for San
Francisco.
Steamer General Hubbard has arrived from
Eureka, carrying 1,500,000 feet of lumber con
signed to Hammond Lumber company at Ter
minal.
Steamer Santa Monica arrived from Eureka via
San Francisco carrying passengers and freight
for Weat Coast Steamship company and 650,000
feet of lumber for San Pedro Lumber com
pany. '
Steamer Mandalay has arrived from Crescent
City via San Francisco carrying 400.000 feet
of lumber for Southern California Lumber com
pany.
Steamer Acme has arrived from Eureka with
560,000 feet of lumber.
By Federal Wireless
ABERDEEN, Wash.. Dec. 2.—The new ateel
steamer Columbia, built for Wilson Brothers
company, ia due to reach dock at foot of H
street at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning, accord
ing to information received today by Thomas
Darragh, local agent for the Columbia* and
other steam going crafts. After unloading
freight at the Aberdeen warehouse dock the
Columbia will proceed to Hoqniam to load
800,000 feet of lumber. From Hoquiam it will
go to Wilson brothers' mill for another 800,000
feet of lumber. In addition to the cargo of
lumber it will carry to San Francisco the
Columbia will take 700 cases of clams and 100
barrels of whale oil and other miscellaneous
freight. It Is expected that the ship's pas
senger accommodations, which provide for 60
first class passeugers, will be taken. The Co
lumbia will sail next Friday.
Schooner W. F. Jewett, destined for Colum
bia river to load, was ordered to Gray* Harbor
and reached here yesterday.
Steamer Rainier left this morning for Saa
Francisco wlih lumber and a number of pas
sengers. The Rainler's chief engineer, who was
scalded, had considerably Improved before the
departure of the steamer.
The bar still is rough aad likely will con
tinue so for several days, as the storm haa
stirred up a big sea outside.
PORTLAND, Dec. 2.—The British steamer
Cape Breton came up tonight to the Eastern
and Western mill, where she will load a cargo
of lumber for Newcastle. Caps
Breton Is under charter to J. ,T. Moore tt Co.
Carrying passengers and freight, the steamer
George W. Elder, Captain Paulson, arrived this
morning at 1 o'clock from San Diego, San Pedro
and San Franalseo.
The steamer Wasp la at Prescott loading
lumber for San Fra*netaco.
The steamer F. "H. Leggett began loading
wheat this morning for San Francisco at Mont
gomery dock No. 2.
Laden with 600 tons of general freight, the
steamer Rochelle, Captain Nelson, arrived at
3 o'clock this morning from San Franclaco.
ASTORIA, Dee. 2. —Schooner Alvena arrived
this afternoon from San Francisco to load lum
ber.
Schoonen Annie M. Campbell arrived Sunday
and will load lumber at Westport.
Gasoline schooner Ahwanda baa cleared for
Newport with a cargo.
Steamer Falcon sailed today for California
with a cargo.
British sterfmer Cape Breton arrived this morn
ing from Eureka and will finish Its cargo of lum
ber for Melbourne.
Steam schooner Northland with a general cargo
arrived this morning.
United States steamer Burnside arrived this
morning from the sound to do some repair work
to the government cables In the lower harbor.
Tank steamer J. A. Chanslor arrived this morn
ing from California with a cargo of oil.
Steamer Willamette sailed this morning for
San Francisco with a lumber cargo,
SEATTLE, Dec. 2. —Arrived: Steamers Col
onel E. L. Drake, Governor, San Francisco;
Humboldt, Skagway.
Weather Report
United States Department of Agriculture—
Weather Bureau, San Francisco. Dec. 2, 1912.
RAINFALL DATA

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STATIONS
t- 1
I*
a
m
o_
£ S
■ _,
IB "*"
-*- 8?
gS KOf»
a 1 *» a
B3 B -2
~ *» T ■ B
SB _- . JB
5 :j*
■ . ... ■
Eureka
Red Bluff
Sacramento
Mt. Tamalpals
San Francisco
San Jose
Fresno
Independence
San Luis Obispo
Los Angeles
San Diego
0.01
0.01
0.00
0.08
0.02
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
11.80
7.43
2.60
8.19
3.70
1.21
0.05
0.70
0.82
0.88
1.67
ii.Ml
4.;i
4.29
3.34
2.10
2.04
3.62
2.44
1.41
4.14
1.00
0.35
1.80
0.88
0.98
0.27
0.80
0.60
1.49
0.52
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following tables the maximum and mlnl
mm temperatures and rainfall are given:
STATIONS
5 ?
•2 "
8 S-
? _*
2 —
5-
I fit
_ 8 * "EL
•» _. r »
£ STATIONS | i _>
a "5
r a _» •
• "i 3
g, ■_;
? ? :
Baker |34|
Boise 38
Pel Monte 60
Eureka 54
Flagstaff 34
Fresno 52
Helena N 40|
Honolulu
Independence.. 52
Kalispell 38
I.os Angeles... 62
Marshfield .... 52
Modena 40l
Mt. Tamalpais 471
North Head... 48
Phoenix 62
Pocatello BH
Pt. Reyea Lt.. 54!
Portland 521
l.OCl
I.O.
...
.01
1.2.
Lot
I.OP
I.3F
i.Of!
Red Bluff I
Reno 1
Roseburg
Sacramento .. ]
*alt Lake
San Diego.....
San Francisco. I
San Jose
S. L. Obispo..]
SB. Farallon..
Spokane
•Summit
Tacoma
.01
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.02
.00
.00
.iii
24
.00
.02
.20
.oi
,04
.10
Tatoosh
Tonopah
IWalla Walla..
jWtnnemncca..
Yuma
l<
M
•Snow on ground, trace.
EASTERN STATIONS
Abilene |58(32|0.0<> IKnoxvllle .. .|58|46(0.28
Atlantic City156(4810.16 Louisville .. .|56i54|0.78
Boston 60|320.24 Memphis |50i46!0.16
Buffalo 52(46 0.42 Montgomery.. 1f16'56 0.00
Charleston . .100158 0.26 Montreal [44|..0.56
Chicago 46 48 0.28 I Moorhead ...22! 210.00
Denver 50200.00 JNew Orleans.|72 62(0.28
Dcs Moines. .(28120 0.02 jNew York.... 6p!42!0.08
Do/lge City...148 1810.00 (North Platte. *W1410.00
Duluth (16 B|o.oo iOklahoma ... 50!3oiO.OO
Durango 13Si 14(0.00 Pittsburg .... 60(48 0.30
Eastport r,0lls!0.38 Roswell 5013010.00
fialvesto-n ... 04(64 0.08 ;St Louis 44(360.14
Green Bay... 34(34 0.50 (St. Paul 22U2 0.00
Hatteras .... 701600.40 iTampa 80(660.10
Havre 44 6 0.00 !Toledo 54500.50
Huron .. 30 0 0.00 (Washington. .|60140 0.10
Jacksonville.. 76(64 1.04 Winnipeg .. .|l4|-2|0.00
Kansas City.. 40|26|0.00 !
•ALASKA STATIONS
Nome |24U8i0.00[IValdea |28!18!0.00
Tanana |-4|-Bio.OollDutch Harborl4ol34|o.oo
•Afternoon reports of preceding day.
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The pressure has risen rapidly over the north
ern half of tbe Pacific slope and Is falling rapidly
over the valley of the Colorado, and also over tha
Missouri valley. The weather is fair over the
country west of the Mississippi except Washing
ton, Oregon and Idaho. East of the Mississippi
rainy weather bas been followed by clearing,
colder -»cather, except on the north Atlantic
coast, where a well marked disturbance exists.
The following high winds are reported: Buffalo.
72 miles, from the southwest; Toledo, 60 miles,
southwest; New York. 56 miles, west: Pittsburg.
44 miles, west; Eastport. 38 miles, south. It Is
unusually warm from North Carolina to Maine.
There has been a rise of 30 degrees at Eastport
and Montreal. 24 degrees at Boston and 16 de
grees at New York. West of tbe Ohio valley, ex
tending to the Missouri, there has been a fall of
20 degrees or more in temperature. On "the Pa
cific slope there have been no changes of Im
portance. Conditions are favorable for heavy
frosts Tuesday morning Is the citrus belt, and
orchardlsts have been warned to fire.
FORECAST
Forecast made at San Francisco for tbe 30 hours
ending at midnight December 3. 1912:
San Francisco and vicinity—Fair Tuesday; right
north wind, changing to west.
Santa Clara valley—Fair Tuesday, heavy frost
in the morning; light north wind.
Sacramento valley—Fair Tuesday, heavy frost
in the morning; light north wind.
San Joaquin valley—Fair Tuesday, heavy frost
in the morning, orange growers and nurserymen
should protect: light north wind.
California south of the Tehachapl—Fair Tues
day, heavy frost In tha morning back from the
coast, orange growers should fire If the wind
lulls; light north wind.
A. G. MeADIE. District Forecaster.
KEEN A Ig ASSESSOR—Auburn, Dec. 2.—George
Mitchell, assessor and tax collector of Placer
county, tendered his resignation to the board
of supervisors late this afternoon, and the
board Immediately appointed Charles Keena of
this city to the vacancy. Keena will assume the
duties ot the office as soon as bis bonds are
filed and accepted.
COURT SITS ON LAWYER
FIRST, THEN ON CASE
"Why in can't I get the judge?
queried a man supposed to be Attorney
Ferno J. Schuhl, In hot peevish tones,
over a telephone yesterday morning.
Now-It happened that the exclamation
fell on the waiting ears of Judge G. A.
Sturtevant instead of on the tingling
appendages of Court Clerk Jack
Mooney, who had first answered tha
phone.
Judge Sturtevant hung up the re
ceiver with savage intensity and was
awaiting Schuhl in court when the
young attorney appeared before him
with a divorce client.
Josephine agaiaist James McQinnls!"
called out Mooney. Schuhl stepped for
ward.
"Before we begin." interrupted Judge
Sturtevant, "I wish to say to you that
there is no excuse for the "way a' great
many young attorneys treat judges of
the superior court. You were trying to
get me over a telephone, as If the judge
were an errand boy to run your errands.
You have no right to telephone to the
judge about your cases. The court is
the proper place to transact business."
Schuhl later asserted that It was not
he who called the judge, but some one
else in the offices of Crist and Johnson.
Schwhl Jlad hoped to get an inter
locutory decree of divorce for his client
from her husband, a baker, on the
ground of cruelty, but the court In
structed him to bring the principals
Into his chambers for an attempt at
reconciliation.
MISSION ASSOCIATION
BACKS ROAD MOVEMENT
Aid From San Francisco Body Pleases
the Boosters for a Peninsula
Highway
Special Dispatch to The Call
SAN MATEO, Dec. 2.—The action of
the Mission Promotion association of
San Francisco in adopting plans for
improving a system of highways to
connect with the new roads to be
built by San Mateo county has Insured
the success of the bond issue in this
county, according to E. E. Skinner,
member from Burlingame of the good
roads executive committee.
The action of the Mission associa
tion," said Skinner today, "removes all
doubt as to the passage of the bond
issue. The Improvements voted in San
Francisco are practically improvements
for San Mateo county, and merely
leave us to continue a scheme of noad
work of which we shall be the prin
cipal beneficiaries. With good high
ways approaching us from both direc
tions, the people of this county are no
longer willing to defer response to the
demand of automobillsts all over the
state.
"We have the hearty support of all
classes of citizens, who see In this
bond issue an opportunity to make
San Mateo county an Ideal residence
section. The good roads will not only
bring us Into Immediate touch with
San Francisco, but a number of other
development measures will be started
by the wave of public enthusiasm. The
Interest of the county in the Panama-
Pacific exposition is intense, and pub
lic spirited citizens are determined that
the opening of the exposition will find
this section prepared to take full ad
vantage of the opportunities that will
come with the visit of the world to
San Francisco."
WOMAN GIVES LECTURE
ON JAPANESE DRAMA
Subject In Illustrated by Characteristic
Dance* of the Nipponese In
Costumes
Mrs. Ellse J. Blattner lectured before
the Japan Society of America in the
ballroom of the St. Francis last even
ing; on the classic drama of the Nip
ponese. She was assisted by her daugh
ter, Miss Blattner, who gavjp a num
ber of characteristic dances in cos
tume. Henry P. Bowie presided and
introduced the speaker. Consul Gen
eral Nagai also addressed the meeting.
A reception was held after the lecture
and refreshments were served. Mrs.
California Newton was in charge of
the reception committee.
AN TIC OCEAN.
NORTH
GERMAN |
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Faat Kail Sailings Thursdays H
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Sailings on SATURDAYS for !£§*
THE MEDITF.RRANEAN |gS|
Three WINTER CRUISES to the I
PANAMA CANAL Rag
and ■&___!
WEST INDIES _HB
JAN. 16, FEB. 80, MARCH 27. ■
By the S. S. "Grosser Kurfuerst" ■ ■
OELRICHS & CO., General Agents ■
5 Broadway, N. Y. temm
ROBERT CAPELLE, O. A. P. C, ■
260 Powell st., opp. St. Francis I
Hotel, San Francisco. _____8
I Tel. Kearny 4794. Home C 3725. RJjs£
TRANS-ATLANTIC LINES
AMERICAN LINE
N.V.-P!ymoiith-< herbourß-Southampton
Philadelphia—Qiiecnutonn—Liverpool
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
New York—London Direct
RED STAR LINE
London—Paris, via Dos er— Antwerp
WHITE STAR LINE
N.Y.-Plyniouth-therbourK-Southampton
Now York-—QueeMtowa—•Liverpool
Ronton—-Clueeiiatown—Liverpool
If. Y. * Ronton—Mediterranean—Kjrypt
WHITE STAR-DOMINION
Montreal—Quebec—Liverpool
Portland, Me., to Liverpool (winter)
Paclfle Connt Agency, 319 Geary Street
Phone Kearny 3266 opp. St. Francis Hotel. *. T.
FRENCH LINE
CIE. OLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE,
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE—PARIS
Sailing every Thursday and Saturday.
FROM XKWrYORK TO HAVRE
Every "fburaday at 10 a. m.
La Lorraine...Dec. 12 >La Lorraine Jan. 9
France <new). Dec. 19 i La Savoie Jan. 16
La Provence..Dec. 26 | La Provence. .Jan. 23
La Touralne.. .Jan. 2 I
FROM "YEW YORK TO HAVRE
Every Saturday at 3 p. m.
Chicago Dec. 14 Rochambeau
"<*••* *-«•» o,ic_2;.v:;:fS: S
Virginia Dee. 28 Niagara Jan. 25
Niagara Dec 28 Florid. Feb. 8
FTXGAZI BROS., Pacific Coast Managers, 630
Montgomery street. San Francisco.
CABIN OFFICE. 673 MARKET STREET.
■■MMMPIW Paris—London— Rotterdam
ll_l!L!_______] Twin Screw Sailings Tues. 10 a.m.
UM_ipiHiW *Potsdam Dee. 3
lil_ I -Mi I IF'l * New Amsterdam Dec. 10
bUlaJfllSy 'Ncordam Dec. 17
•Kyndam Dec. 24
_____■ t Rotterdam Jan. 4
■-M-U-M-B -Via BOULOGNE sjM.
tPLYMOUTH and BOULOGNE.
1 Pnclflc Coast Office. 319 Geary St.
RUNAWAY CAR THREATENS
LIVES OF PASSENGERS
Five passengers, two of whom were
women, narrowly escaped serious in
jury at 12:30 o'clock yesterday morning
when car No. 167 of the Hayes-Masonic
line ran away at breakneck speed
down the Masonic avenue hill from
Frederick street,
The wild ride of the electric vehi
cle was only brought to a stop at Page
street when the car jumped the curve
at the crossing, ran into a telegraph
pole and broke off a fire hydrant. The
curbstone at the corner of Page and
Masonic avenue was demolished.
The terrified passengers, who ex
pected to be hurled to their death at
any moment, were /thrown to the floor
of the vehicle when the car Jumped
the track and crashed Into the tele
graph pole.
Motorman S. Frallck and Conductor
C. Berkheart proved themselves equal
to the task and remained at their posts
during the wild career of the runaway
car. The car was badly damaged. Sev
eral persons In the neighborhood tele
phoned to the police and the ambulance
from the park hospital was sent to
the scene, but none of the pasengers
or the crew needed hospital treat
ment.
J. W. McGinn, a mining man of Mar
iposa county, was one of the passen
gers. He said that wet tracks caused
the motorman to lose control of the
vehicle.
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
LOS ANGELES "a*
•SANTA BARBARA
SAN DIEGO /@L___?&\
EUREKA (nEB-H
SEATTLE VkT^7
TACOMA VICTORIA N§£*'**ea-&/
VANCOUVER t**W
Alaska
Berth and Meals Included In Fare
LEAVE FROM PIERS 0 and 11
Loa Angeles, San Diego, "Santa Barbara
President or Gorernor Dec. 9, 16, 23, 2 p. m.
Queen Dee. 80, 11 a. m.
•State of Cal..Dec. 8, 12, 19, 26; Jan. 2, 11 a. m.
•Only steamer calling' at SanU Barbara.
Seattle (Direct), Tacoma, Towaaend,
Victoria, Vancouver, Alaska
President or Co-ernor
Dec. 7, 14. 2p. m.; Dec. 28. 11 a. m.
Puebla or Umatilla Dec. 8. 10, IT. 31, 2 p. m.
Queen Dec. 21. 11 a.m.
Senator Dec. 24, 2 p. m.
Eureka (Humboldt Bay)
Topeka..Dec. 7, 11, 16, 20, 24, 29; Jan. 2, 12 noon
Alaska Croises. 1913. LeaTe Seattle
Spokane..June 18; July 2, 16, 30; Aug. 18, 10 p.m.
Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICE—Palace Hotel, Ml Market
street; 16 Market street and Broadway wharf.
Telephone Kearny 492.
OAKLAND —1220 Broadway; tel. Oakland 5680.
BERKELEY—2I2S Shattuck aT.; tel. Berkeley M
C. D. DUNANN, Passenger Traffic Manager.
FOR COMFORT
TAKE THE MODERN
STEAMERS
PORTLAND A LOS ANGELES
ROSE CITY ifIkBEAVER
Saila 12 noon _A-"*-A Sa"* 11 a ' m
Dec. Gttu J_K_p- <E$ Dec. 7th.
ti' 1 _fii M _«_________. *™ <••*--
-* H*. 51-, JB jnMO $7 35,
58.35.
2<1 _« orT" -fn /*V_ 3p ___=* <"•«•
__Pl^ii^_*_^__r**W__ $5 " 35 *
BERTH AND MEALS Included.
The San Francisco St Portland S.S.Co.
A. OTTINGER. General Agent.
Tkt. office, 722 Mkt. op. Call; tel. Sutter 2344
8 East st. op. Ferrx bldjr.; tel. Sntter 2482
Oakland office 1228 Broadway: phonea—Oak
land" 1314, Home A 43.11.
Berkeley office, 2105 Shattuck; tel. Berk. 331
gacramento. Jas. Warrack. 804 X at.
©AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route t
Regular Fast Freight Service
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
sailing from New York every six days,
making direct connections with Paclflo
steamers sailing from Salina Cruz.
Mcx„ every six days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prin
cipal European ports under through
rates and through bills of lading. Sail
ings from San Francisco every 13 days.
For rates and further particulars ap
ply to DEARBORN & I_APHAM, Gen
eral Agents, 8 Bridge street, New-
York. WII.DIAMS. DIMOND _ CO.,
General Agents, Pacific Coast.
310 Sansome St,, San Francisco.
TOYQ KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
8. S. Nippon Maru (Intermediate Service Saloon
accommodations at reduced rates)
Saturday, December 7, 1913
S. 8. Tenyo Mara Friday, December IS, 1912
S. S. Shinyo Mara (new)
.Sat urdav, January 4. 1911
S. S. Chlyo Maru (via Manila direct)
Saturday. Febrnary 1. 1913
Bteamer« sail from company's pier. No. 84.
near foot of Brannan st., at 1 p. m.. for Yoko
hama and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Kobe
(Hlogo) and Nagasaki and Shanghai, and con
necting at Hongkong with steamers
India, etc. No cargo received on board on day
of sailing. Round trip tickets at reduced rates.
For freight and passage apply at office, fourth
floor Western Metropolis National Bank build
ing, 625 Market st. W. H. AVERY.
Assistant General Manager.
SYDNEYShortune
australia 19 days
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPLENDID TWIN SCREW 10,000-ton steamers
"SIERRA.*" "SONOMA" and "VENTURA."
$110 HONOLULU |K23£d c V£§l SYDNEY $300
ROUND THE WORLD—WOO Ist cabin; $375 2d cabin,
via Ceylon, Egypt, Italy, etc Liberal stop-overs.
Honolulu sailings, Dec. S. 17. 31, etc.. 2 pm.
Sydney sailings, Dec. 17, Jan. 14, etc., 2 p. m.
Write or wire NOW for bertha. Send for
folder. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.. 673 Market
street; phone Sutter 648.
R_s_sBilli_
l_r*-__l _9r_£ i
I TICKET o FF,c^^_lfJp^7_M, J*7B\^J
I wo itorktt st., s. f. y^^^y^-Ur
AUSTRALIA
and JNew Zealand
SYPNKY VIA TAHITI AND WELLINGTON—
S S. TAHITI (12.000 tons) sails 11 a. m., Dec
It. (". S. MOANA (10,000 tons) sails Jan. 8.
And every 28 days thereafter.
UNION S. a CO. OF NEW ZEAIAXD, LTD.
HIND, ROLPH fc CO., Gen, Agts., 310 Cal. St.
Ticket Office, 679 Market st.; tel, Douglas 3100.
_.-...-.. .ia at •■ s LURLINE sails Dec.
Hft\o. II 11: S. S. WILHELMINA
lIVIIVL.UI-U -,tig pec. is ; s. g, BONO.
L.ULAN sails Dec. 24. New steamers, 13,000
tons displacement. Leave pier No. 38, 12
o'clock noon. Round trip, $110 and up. Direct
service to the Volcano.
MATSOSf NAVIGATIOTf COMPAIfY
»«?* *H»cJcet Strwa<_ San FranclAo*
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