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STERN WHEELER
OF STEEL BEGUN
Standard Oil Lays Keel for
First Bay Boat of
Its Kind
New Tanker to Precede
Fleet Planned for Pan
ama Canal Trade
The keel of the first steel stern
wheeler for San Francisco bay services
•was laid at the Union Iron works last
week and work will progress rapidly on
the craft. It is a small 100 footer with
a 28 foot beam and is being constructed
for the Standard Oil company. The
boat will be a tanker and take the place
of the oil barges now used by the com
pany for supplying vessels in the
stream and at the docks.
This is one of the first moves of'the
Standard Oil company in preparation
for the Panama canal trade. Before the
canal opens several other similar tank
ers for bay service will be built by the
company.
Under the present system of the com
pany, oil burning vessels are supplied
either at the oil docks or by barge
tankers, conveyed about by launches.
The barge tankers are moved slowly,
owing to the fact that there Is but one
launch to three or more barges. The
new tanker will be finished early next
year and will be a great ttme saving
< ement for passenger carrying, oil
but. ing steamers operating out of the
bay.
MORE LIGHTS NEEDED
The bulkhead just south of the ferry
building to Mission street Is extremely
dangerous at night owing to the lack
of lights and of stringers. Late Satur
day night a pedestrian walking near
the edge clipped off the wharf in the
darkness. Henry C Peterson, the
launchinan, was in his office near by and
was attracted by the man's cries, lie
threw a life line out and rescued the
drowning man.
Several times petitions have been
•ent to the harbor commission asking
for the installation of lights along this
•trip, just the same as along the rest
of the wharves. Commissioner Wil
liams has promised the lights, but
darkness still prevails.
CRAZED SEAMAN A SUICIDE
Axe! Jacobson, seaman on the coaster
Sea Foam, plunged to death in the
waters of the bay yesterday morning
from the deck of the vessel just as it
moored at Mission street wharf from
Mendocino. Jacobson was suffering
from a mental derangement and had
been held in a stateroom under guard
of two members of the crew for four
days. The guards stepped up to the
deck when the vessel docked, and while
they were away Jacobson escaped from
the room and leaped over the starboard
rail. He was A" years old and lived in
this city. The bay was dragged all the
afternoon for his body.
BBOKKV I'JLKS ADRIFT
Off the new docks being erected be
tween piers 28 and 36 several piles
adrift yesterday, endangering
vessels. A large quantity of waste
wood had heen cast overboard from the
construction work and launches are
having a hard time threading through
the section at nfght.
MSW ERA IX COAST TRADE
The opening of general merchandise
shipments from Aberdeen to this port
will be marked by the departure of the
new « oaster Columbia from the Wash
ington port today. The Columbia will
bring, in addition to 1,700,000 feet of
lumber. 800 cases of clams, 300 cases of
salmon, 150 barrels whale oil, 4 crates
machinery, 1 gasoline engine, eggs, tal
;ui j0 tons of general merchan
ui
MIM KM-VNEOI S NOTES
The Union oil tanker Oberon arrived
In ballast from Panama yesterday
morning and proceeded to the Union
lion works for an overhauling. The
tanker Argyll of the same line is also
at the iron works.
The steamer F. A. Kilburn is dry
docked at the Union Iron ■works for re
pairs to the keei which was split a few
days ago in pounding the Humboldt
bar. The Kilburn will probably be de
layed a day from its scheduled de
parture at noon today. Crews were
working yesterday on the craft.
The BritiMh sloops of war Algerine
and Shearwater have left the Esqui
ma alt station for annual cruise and are
eriected here shortly. Both vessels
hwe been in San Francisco bay several
times and their officers are known and
popular here.
Mike Fitzgerald, skipper of the
Chamber of Commerce lookout station
a: Meigps wharf, is still under the
weather and will not be able to return
to *uty until after the holidays. Ac
cording to latest reports the doctor is
having a hard time convincing Mike
that he must stay at home and conva
lesce. Jimmy Black is still holding
; the bridge at Meigga.
Advance in Freight Ralrx
BRATTLE, Wash., Dec. B.—Advances
in freight rates ranging from $1 to
11.50 a ton to Ket'Mitkan and Juneau,
Alaska, were announced yesterday by
the Pacific ('oast Steamship company.
The new rates will become effective at
the sailing from Seattle Wednesday
night of the steamship Curacao for
southeastern Alaska ports. The new
tariff restores the. rates in effect last
July before the rate war between the
Pncifn* ("oast Steamship company and
the Alaska Steamship company began.
No ch.-iTiffo was announced in the rate
tf» Skagway. It is expected that the
Alaska Steamship company will an
nounce the , restoration of tb« old rates
tomorrow. The Alaska Coast com
pany and the <Humboldt Steamship
company took no part In the rale v.ur
and bandied freight at the old rates
durinp the lime the other companies
were offering lower tariffs. The rate
restored by the announcement made
yesterday is $3 a ton on general freight
to Ketchika.ii and $4 a ton to Juneau.
Army Trnneporte
The IMx caUed from Seattle for Manila No-
Tember 25.
Hie Sbfridan In in port.
The CiK>fc if in port.
Tbe YVutrea is on duty Iβ the Philippine
tsUniis.
The Buford fs fn port.
The 'S la port.
Tl.e I-ogtin esiicd from Manila for San Fran
cl*ro November 18.
Tbe Sherman, rrorn Sin Fr«n<"l«co for Manila,
•tiled from Honolulu November 14.
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niaiiHruu.il In Snn tranctaoo for the benefit of
m«rli!fr>. witlimrf rr-gerd t<> nationality, and frw
Bf *sp*>r»«\ Narjsni'irsi jirr cordially Invited to
Tl«lt th» oflW. where a complete net of rliarts
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MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
WIRELESS REPORTS FROM SHIPS AT SEA
MARCONI WIRELESS
Tbeae report* are received directly from the Pacific coaet station* of the
Marconi Wirelcs* company:
STEAMER MONGOLIA—Hence Pec. 30 for Yoko
hama, etc., Dec. 7, 8 p. vi., 195 miles west of
Honolulu.
STEAMER KOREA—From China and Japan for
San Francieco. Pee. 7. 8 p. m.. 2,600 miles
west of San Francisco.
STEAMER HILONIAN—From Hllo for San Fran
rlsoo. Dec. 7. 8 p. m., 1.07G miles off San
Francisco.
STEAMER WILHELMTNA— From Honolulu for
Ran Francisco, Dec. 7, 8 p. in.. 85." miles off
San Fraoeisro.
BRITISH STEAMER PERSIA—From (bine rtl
Japan for San Francisco, I>«c. 7. 8 p. b>., t.<!o7
off San Frauciseo.
STEAMER PERSIA—B p. ra.. 7TG milrs froe San
Francisco.
STEAMER W. T. PORTER—9 p. m.. 173 miles
north of Pan Francisco.
STEAMER HYADES—B p. m.. 112 miles fwan
San Francisco.
STEAMER CHEHAUS—9 p. ra., 47 miles north
of Cape Mendocino.
STEAMER LANSING—Passed mit at 9:.".0 p. m.
STEAMER STANLEY DOLLAR—B p. m.. 270
miles north of San Francisco.
STEAMER WASHTEMAW—B:3S p. m.. anchored
off San Quentin.
STEAMER 3. A. CHANSLOR—B p. m., 40 miles
north of Point Reye«.
STEAMER YOSEMITE—B p. m., 10 miles wrath
of Point Arena.
STEAMER YALE—6:26 p. m., pawed Hueneme.
STEAMER PECTAN—4:2S p. m., five miles south
of Port Harford. *
STEAMER CITY OF PARA— Seventeen miles
west of Clemente Island.
STEAMER KLAMATH—4:3O p. m., 28 miles
south of Northwest Seal rocfea.
hand for comparison and reference, and the latest
information can always be obtained regarding
lights, dangers to navigation and matters of In
terest to ocean commerce.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant, U. S. N., in Charge.
I Movements of Steamers |
TO ARRIVE
Steamer
I Date
Los Anjelea jCororado Dec. £
Portland & Astoria NortaUod Dec. i
PorthtDd * Astoria B*ar Dec. i
Ix>e Atifc'Plee & Way Pt8 Suntn Clara D*c. 5
San Diego &, Los Ang.JState of Ca! Doc. t
San Diego & Loa ABg.-jYale *>«■ l<
Grays Harbor a. B. Stetson... Dec. 1C
Oraj-s Harbor [Chehalls Dec. l<
San Diego & Lo* Aug.. (Willamette !Dec. l<
Hnmboldt (City ot Topok*. Dec. l<
China & Japan Persia Dec. l<
Sal. Crnz & Saja IMego. . ilethrulen Dec. 1(
Hoanluiu iWilhelmla* Dee. U
Lμ Angeles jBOarer ft>ec. 1(
Seattle Sakkarah Dec. 1!
Bslboa (Peru IVe. 11
Seattle & Tacoma Buckman Dec. 11
Wlllapa Harbor Santa Barbara... Dpc. V
Fort Bragg Arctio Uuee. 13
IjOS Anceles jHarvarrt Dec. 1]
HuQiboidt IF. A. Kilburn... Dec. li
Huinboldt |Nortb Fork Dee. ii
Honolulu 'Hilonlan |Dec. 1!
Manila & Honolulu |Logan iDec. l:
San D1pi?o ic Ix>s Oeo. W. Elder.. jDec. IS
Point Arena & Albion. .'Pomo l>e<-- V-
Port Sau Luis iCooe Bar I Dec. V.
San Diego & Ang.. Governor Dee. 1'
Puget Soiin<J Porte it-mat ilia Dec. f!
Angelre Yale Dee. ii
Kort Bragg IBrunewlck Dee. "
San Diego & Loe Ang. .|Harrar<l pee. 1'
Portland & Astoria [Roanoke [Dee. 1'
Hongkong 'Dakctah Dec. l<
Grays Harbor .Norwood |Dec. U
TO SAIL
Date !
Steamer
i Destination ! Sells !Pier
Deo. 9 Coronado jfJrays HarborjlO am 21
Pet-. n'Hanalel ;Loe Angeles. | 3 ptn 10
r»ec. fiiF. A. Kilburn.. Humboldt -.112 n> 13
Dpo. jLoe Angles. ■ 2 pm 01
Dec. e-GoTernor |San Diego... 2 pmi 0
Dec. 9 Yale !Los Angeles. 4 pml 7 j
Dec. lOJSvea jUrayn Ilarbor!12 m Iβ
Pec. lOIEliiabeth Coqullle RSt.I 4 pta Iβ
I*>c. 10!Brooklyn Coquille niv.i 4 pm 1
Dm. 10jJ. B. Stetson...'[»s Angeles. !lO am! SI
Per. 10 Redoctlo Bay... 3 pm 19
Dpc. lo'WMlamette IMieet Sound., 10 am! 51
Dec. lOU'lty of Puebla.'Puget Sonnfi. 2 pm 9
Dpc. 10:Watson iPugot Sound.! 3 pm 10
Dec. lOICamlno IPortland ...(I pm | 8
D*c. ll|P. H. Liggett..ifJraye Harbt*! 5 pm! 51
Dec. Jl|C!tv of Topeka.!Unmboldt ... 12 m 11
Dec. 11 "Phoenix Htiinboldt ... 11 am 19
Dec. ll'Tahifl Sydney jll am! 12
Dec. lliLurline Honolulu ...|12 ml S8
Dec. ll|Beaver Portland ...12 m 40
Dec. lljganta Barbara. .ILoe Angeles. 1 pm!
Dec. ll!Santn Clara !l<oe Angeles. 2 pru 13
Dec. lliSea Foam Mendoolno ..' 4 pm 4
Df'o. lliBruniiwIck ....!Fort 3 pm
Dec. 11 Harvard 'San Diego...! 4 pm 7
Dec. 12|rh*liali* jwillapa Her. 10 am ....
Dec. 12IChas, Nelson... JPuget Soand.l 5 pm 38
Dec. 12 State of Cal !San Diego..-Ml am; •
Dec. 12Sakkarah [Hamburg ...112 ml 19
Dee. 12 Bear |Los Angeles. 11 am 40
Dec. ISiYale IHao Diego... 4 pm; 7
De«\ isiTenyo Mam Hongltong .. 1 pm: ?•*
Dec. 13]Peru Balboa '12 ml 42
Dec. lSjIsthmlan iSalina Cni2..jlO amt 27
Dec. l.TG.'o. W. Elder. .'Portland ...'10 am! 13
Poo. l4;North Fork jHumboldt ... 5 pmi 38
Dec. 14Harvard 'Log Angeles, j 4 pm 1
Dec. 14K'or>8 Bay Pt. San Luis.' 4 pin! 11
IV>c. MiEnterprise IHilo !12 m! Sβ
Dec. 14Rnanoke :San Diego... | 7 pull 13
P*v. HtjfTornor Pnget 8ound.j 2 pmj ft
Dec. 14 Buckman jPuget Sound.! ?. pm 10
Dec. 14;PpiinsylTania .,'Balboa {12 m| 42
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
Destination | Steamer I Date
Skagway & Way Ports.|ruracao (6*e. It
Kkasway & Way Ports. jHumboldt Dee. 14
Valdez & Seward JYuknn iPec. 17
Sun, Moon and Tide
United Staffs eoa»t end geodetic, survey—Time
ao>l heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission street wharfi. add 23 minutes.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 9
Sun rises 7:15
Sun srtu 4:51
Moon sets ."SrS.". p. m.
Kirot qnarter moon.. December Jβ, at 11:57 a. m.
Full moon December 23. at 8:21 a. m.
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10.. 1:661 4.0 , 5:27 9.5) 11:28 «.8 «:B5 —0.9
11.. 2:4.%' 4.1! 6:02 f 8.S[12:«W <>.(> 7:33—0.6
12.. 3:Sa] 4.1 7:10] 3.5!l2:r:o: 3.2 8:10—0.3
13.. 4:13 4.3 ; .<i:08! 3.5' 1:18 4.n f 8:47 0.1
14..- 4:45) 4.5' «»:lfl] ?,.' 2:03' 4.5 9:25 0.5
18.. -8:18) 4.R|10:23i n.3 3:00! 4.1110:10 1.0
PIKR DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STP.EKT
Pirr A WashingtonlFier 17 Union 1
Pinr .1 JnrksoniPier 18 Union 2
I'ler T rarifl«"iPler 21 Filbert
Pis* 9 Broadway lil'ier 2:! Oreenwleh 1
Pier 11 BroadWßj- lliPSer 2o GreenwicU 2
I , !*r 1" ValleJojPler 27 Lombnrri
Pier 15 <ireeniPier 81.... Powell
BOUTH OP MAUKKT STP.EKT
Pior '2 Bfaafam liPier Si Spe*r
r\pr 4 Mission 2 Pier 28. Main
Pier 6 Howard 1 Pfrr 34 Beale
Pier 8 Sβ Fremont
Pt«r 10 HowardPPier ;W First
P!cr 12 Folsora liPier 40 i
Pier 14 Folsom 2|Pier 42 \ P. M. 8. 8. Co.
Pier Iβ Harrison 'Pier 44 J
Pier 20 SteuartiPler 04 Fourth
Shipping Intelligence
ARRIVED
Saturday. December T.
11:25 p. m.. Btmr Francis H. Liggett. Anflnd
sen. Go hours from Astoria; 10,000 ties and wh*tt
to Hicks, Haoptman & Co.
Sunday, December 8.
6:35 a. m.. Br rtnir Clan Mtclver. Wright. 20
dftys frora Knshlro. via Ban Diego 48 hours; bal
last to Santa Fe railroad.
6:40 a. m., stmr Tiyerton. Green. 86 hours from
Port Ludlow; 550.000 feet lumber to Pope * Tal
bot.
6:4." a. tn., istror Mandalay. Johnson. 42 hours
from Sail I'edro; ballast to Hobbs. Wall & Co.
Vr.oO a. m., stair Coaeter, Nelson, 68 hours from
Columbia rirer; 630,000 feet lumber to C. H.
HlpftlDS.
7 -.')5 a. m., etmr Yosemlte, Asplnnd, 35 houre
from San Pedro; ballast to Charles R. McCor
mick.
7:40 a. re., etnir Brooklyn. Svenß«»n, 45 hours
from Bandoo; 240,000 feet lumber to Sudden ft
Christen hod.
0 a. tn., stmr Ranalel, Harem*. 38 hours from
San Pedro: tiaxocngers and merchandise to Inde
pendent grterasblp company.
11:10 a. m.. intinr Prpntis*. Iverspn. 24 hours
from Kur»>ka; 400,000 feet lumber to Pacific Lum
ber company. %
11:18 n. »., utmr Charles Net#on, Oleen, 24
hour- from Kurrkn; 6'_'().o<Jo feet lumber to the
Cliitrlt-K KeJaoa company.
12:.">(> i<. m.. stmr Fairharpn. Paulsfu. 99 ho»irs
•it (iambic; 700,000 fet lumber to Pope tc
'I allot. .
2:Jβ p. in., sebr Spokane, McDonald, 8 days '
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1912.
I STEAMER VANGUARD—WiII arrive 3:30 p. m.
i STEAMER CITY OF TOPEXA—WiII arrive at
1:30 a. m.
I STEAMER SPEEDWELL— 5 p. m., 10 miles
north of Table bluff.
I STEAMER NORTHLAND— 8 p. m., off Eureka.
: STEAMER LEELANAW--S p. m.. .40 miles north
of Cape >!<".idoeino.
i STEAMER RIVERSIDE--8 p. m.. 5 miles south
of Trinidad h*n<ls
; STEAMER UMATU.LA—Anchored off Vancouver
r, p. n.
'< STEAMEH BTXCKKAN •-Off Here rock 8 p. m.
STEAMER MAVERICK—Off Flattery 7 p. m.
STEAMFTt ATLAS---Fifteen miles west of Cadiz
hook 7:' to p. in.
STEAMER DOLPHIN--Off Garibaldi beacon S
p. in.
STEAHEX HYADES--Fmm Tacoma for Hono
lulu. 1.2 miles from Flattery 8 p. m.
! STEAMER FENWICK—S-.-uth bound. 63 miles
south of Colnmbla river 8 p. m.
STEAMER COLUMBIA—Soutii bound, passed
Cape Mears 8 p. m.
STEAMER PRESIDENT—From San Francisco for
Seattle, 103 miles north of Cape Blanco 8 p. m.
I STEAMER CARLOS—South bound, 12 miles south
of Yaquina heatl 8 p. m.
STEAMER OLEUM—For Portland, 419 miles
north of San Francisco 8 p. in.
STEAMER CATAHIA—3BO mile* north of San
FrimctHco 8 p. B.
STEAMER NORTHWESTERN—South bound, in
Svvitnson bey 7 p. m.
STEAMER NOME CITY-North bound. 25 miles
lMrth of Columbia riv»r 8 p. m.
STEAMER ADMIRAL SAMPSON—Off Nohalem
river nopa; <hif in Seattle 10:80 a. m. Dec. 0.
from Port Gamlile; SOO.CK'O feet lumber to Pope
& Talbot.
4:15 p. ttl., *tmr <;overnor, Cousins, 54 hours
from Seattle: paeaenfpr* and merchandise to Pa
citic Coat-t Steumehip compaoj.
I a. m., stinr G. ('. Limiauer, Sundman, 61
hours from (Jrerj Harbor; bound south, put in
for fuel.
1:30 a. ni., stmr Point Arena. Svensen. 10
bours from Knriall point; 3,000 ties and 1,000 posts
to F. Limierman.
2:30 a. m.. ctrnr Sea Foam. Honrlckeoa. 14
hours from Mendociao, via Point Arena 11 hoars;
210,000 feet lumber to C. H Higcin*.
3:08 a. m.. Rtmr Elizabeth, Olsen. 42 houra
from Bandoti; passengers and mejrchandlse to E.
T. Kruee.
5:40 a. n>., Br etmr Oberoo, Cooper x l2 days 17
hour* from Balboa; ballast to Union Oil company.
6:20 a. in., etmr San Pedro. Bondlxsen. 44
hours from San Pedro; ballast to Metropolitan
Lumber company.
7:30 p. m., etmr Colonel B. L. Drake, Badger.
wMth barge »3 In tow, from Port Wells; ballait to
Standard Oil company.
7:50 p. m., barge 93. Daniels. In tow of etmr
Colonel E. L. Drake, 3 day* from Port Well";
ballast to Standard Oil company.
8:30 p. m.. etmr Del Norte, Sanford. 38 hour*
from Crescent City; passengers, merchandise and
325,000 feet lumber to Hobb*. Wall & Co.
SAILED
Sunday, December 8.
fl:4f» a. m., etmr San Pedro. Bendirsen, Aetoria.
9:55 a ni"., etmr G. C. Lindauer, SjunJmau, San
Pedro.
II a. nj.. etmr Whlteeboro. Frederlckson, Green
triwi.
11:10 a. m., etmr YoseniHe, Asplund. Astoria.
11:88 a. m., stmr George W. Elder, Paulsen,
San Pedro and San Diejro.
0:20 p. m.. ptror Ponio. Lilleland, Albion.
2:15 p. m., stmr Knreka, Paulsen. Rauta Cruz.
S:4O p. vi., Ktmr Arctic. Linder, Furt Bragg.
3 p. m., stmr Scotia. Wiukel, Alliinn.
6:25 p. m., stmr Centralis, Carlson, Grays Har
bor.
8:45 p m.. «tmr Artzonan, Patterson. Salina
Cruz.
8:43 p, m.. ktrar Laneinp. Alberts.
OUTSIDr. BOUNI) IN. 10 P. If.
Schr Fred K. Bander; echr William Renton.
WKATHER REPORTS
POINT LOBOS, Dec. 8. 9 a. m.—Weather hasy;
wind northwest, velocity 4 miles an hour.
POINT RKYKS. Dec. 8. 9 a. m.—Weather
rloiKiy; wind northwest, velocity 13 miles an
bonr.
FARALLONES. Dec. 8. 0 a. m.—Weather
cloudy: wind nr-rtbwest. Telocity 4 miles an hour.
TATOOSH. Dec. R, 0 a. m.—Weather cloudy;
wind east, velocity 44 miles an hour.
POINT POBOS, Dec. 8. io p. m.—Weather
thick; wind south, velocity 8 miles an hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
POINT REYES—Passed Dec. 8, 7:45 a. m..
itmr Kathrrlne. from Eureka for San Pedro; 8
a. m.. etmr Charles F. Nelson, from Eureka for
flan Franci«co: 8:20 a. m.. stmr Falrharen, from
Port fiaml'le for San Francisco.
SAN DlEGO—Arrived Dec. 8. «tmr Willamette,
from San Pedro. Sailed Dec. 8, etmr Helen P. i
Drew, for Ban Francisco.
COOS BAY—Arrived Dec. 7. 9 r>. m.. etmr
ATI.AXTIC OCEAN TRAVJEIi
hamburg-aamerxan
l.ttrtcrnt S. S. < "Jf '" the World
OVEH4OO Mf 1,210.000
SHIPS W TONS
• /fitlantieX
i Service \
PARIS%
M * HAMBURG %
m IPeensylTania ...Dec. 81. 3 P.M.m
M Fres. Lincoln....Dec. 88, 1 P. M. «
V Atnerka Jan. 4, R A. M. m
m IPatricia Jan. 9, 10 A. ML V
■ {Hamburg direct. 2d cabin only. M
I MEDITERRANEAN I
Mm, Cibraiiar, Algiers, Naples, Genoa I
t S.S. HAMBURG Jen. 11, 11 A. M. I
■ : (11.000 tons.t ■
f S.S. HAMBURG.. l>b. S3. 10 A. M. I
AH IDEAL CRUISE
ADAIINh I INLAND
AnUuiiU : excursions
THE side'trips
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Tf UIILI/ I 18 Deyß |n Indla
! FnO3f SAN FnANCISCO
I FEBRUARY 6, 1913
£ S.S.CLEVELAND S^
110DAYS—$650r
iDclodlng «11 tifressary npenim
« aboard and ashore, railway, hotel, B
: »bore excursions, carriages, guides, I
feem also railway fares to and front I
ycnir hooie. M
Also cruises to the West Indict, 1
Fawni Canal, Italy and EffTPt, etc. I
Write for booklet, stating cruise, Wk
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Kfirny 2946, San Fran- J^
Cisco. Cal.
Copyright, 1912. J&
FRENCH LINE
THANSITLAJfTiaXTE.
DIBK( T LINK TO HAVRE—PARIS
Sailing oTery Thuraday and Saturday.
FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE!
Every Thursday at 10 a. m.
La Lorraine...Dw. 12 La Lorraine Jan. 9
France (new). Dec. 11 La Savoie.... .Jan. Iβ
La presence..D«c. 28 La Provence. .Jan. 23
La Tonralß*.. Jan. it
FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE!
Krery Saturday at 3 p. id.
Chicago Dec 14 Rocbambeau
"««• »* % chSS.v.v::fe II
Virsinia Dec. 28 Niager* Jan. 23
Niagara Dec 28 ' Florlde._ IJLII ...Feb. S
FVGAZI BBOS., Pacific Coast Managers, 630
Montgomery street. Ban Francisco.
Cabot grricE. 6ts market btmtzt.
Nann Smith, hence Dec. 5. Arrived Dec. 8. 11
a. m., stmr Alliadce. from Eureka, and Bailed
for Portland and Astoria. Sailed Dec. 8. noou,
stmr Homer, for San Francisco.
ECKEKA —Arrived Dec. 8, 7 a. m., stmr Wel
lesley, from San Pedro; 8 a. m., stmr City of
Tnpeka, hence Dec. 7. Sailed Dec. 8. S a. m..
stmr George LoomK for San Francisco; 0 a. k.,
Ktmr Phoenix, for San Francisco: 10 a. m., etmr
Despatch, for Kan Francisco; stmr Noyo, for Saa
Francisco; stmr Aberdeen, for San Francisco.
Arrived Dec. 8, 0 i>. m., stair North Fork,
hence Dec. 7.
ASTORlA—Arrived Dec. 8, 4 a. m.. stmr
Breakwater, from Cocs Bay; noon, stmr Rose
City hence Dec. 6. Sailed Dec. 8, 8 a. m., stmr
Catania, for Port San Luis; etmr Graywood, for
San Francisco; stmr George W. Fenwick, for Sau
Pedro.
Arrived Dec 8, 5 p. ni.. etmr Roanoke, h*nce
Dec. C.
TATOOSII —Passed in Dec. 8, 8 a m., stmr
Roma, from Port San Luis for Port Mdody; 11:40
h. in.. *trar Allrs, with barge $>:$ in tow, hence
Dec, :< for Seattle. Paused out Dec. 8, 0:40 a. m.,
ntnwr Hjades, from Seattle and Tacoma for Hono
lulu.
17.AT.LAM—Pawd In Dec. 8. »a. m ., H. M.
8. Swiftsure, from cruise; lightship 93, from
tßoorliittH
. T.M'iiMA-Arrived Dee. 8, stmr Winnipeg;
harjre Washington, from BeHinpham. Sailed Dec.
8, Ktmr Buckman, for Seattle; stmr Umatilla, for
Seattle.
ABERDEEN —Sailed Dec. 8, 8 a. m.. stmr Co
lumbia, for S:m Francisco. Arrived Dec. 8, noon,
stmr Talioe, hence Dec. 3.
FOREIGN" PORTS
VICTORIA—Arrived Dec. 8, stmr Roma, from
Port San Luis; Br stmr Ledaner, from Honolulu.
ISLAND PORTS
HONOLULU—SaiIed Dec. i>, U. S. S. Dix, for
Manila.
OCEAN STEAMERS
NEW YORK—Arrived Dec. 8. stmr St. Paul,
from Southampton; etmr Mlnnetonka, from Lon
don; stmr La Lorraine, from Havre; stmr Caro
nia, from Liverpool. Sailed Dec. 8, Kttur Koenig
Albert, for Naples.
GIBRALTAR—SaiIed Dec. 8. etmr Laeonla. for
New York. Arrived Dec. 8, etmr Francoala, from
New York
SOUTHAMPTON —Arrived Dec. 8. etmr Bt.
Louis, from New York.
SUEZ—Arrived Dec. 8. stmr Titan, from Ta
coms for Liverpool.
HONGKONG —Arrived previoua to Dec. 8, atmr
Manchuria, from San Frauci«eo.
QT'LEXSTOWN—SaiIed Dec. 8. etmr Maure
tanin. for New York. •
LONDON—Sailed Dec. 8, stmr Aecoula, for
Portland.
LIVERPOOL—SaiIed Dee. 8, etmr Antilochue,
for Tacoma.
Memoranda
The Fort Point life earing station report* pick
ing up a disabled fiehing boat with two men
aboard off Fort Point, and towed same to Saus-a
lito.
V4CIFTO OCEAR TRAVEI,
LOS ANGELES as
•SANTA BARB AHA /€vC^\
SAN DIEGO
EUREKA [Y^B^M
SEATTLE \kTy<?j
TACOMA VICTORIA N^Af^uXV^
VAXCOIVER —=— "^
ALASKA
Berth and Meals Included in Fare
LEAVE FROM PIERS 0 and 11
liOe Angeiei, San Diego, • Sun tit Barbara
President or Governor Dec. 0. 16, 2", 2 p. m.
Queen Dec. 30, 11 a. m.
•State of Cal De*. 12. 19. 20; Jan. 2. 11 a. m.
•Only ateamer calling at Santa Barbara.
Seattle (Direct), Tacoma, Towneend,
Victoria, Vancouver. Alaska
GoTernor Dec. 14. 2 p. m.
Puebla or Umatilla Dec. 20. 17. 31, 2 p. m.
Queen ....Dec. 21, 11 a. m.
! Senator Dec. 24. 2 p. m.
Eureka (Humboldt Bay)
Topeki; Dm. 11. Iβ, 24, 29; Jan. 2, 13 m.
Alaska Cruises, 1013, Leare Seattle
Spokane...Time 18; July 2. 16, 30; Aug. 13. 10p.m.
Sailings, Seaaon 1913, wilt be announced later.
Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICE—Palace Hotel, 601 Market
street; 1C Market street and Broadway wharf.
Telephone Kearay 492.
OAKLAND—I22C Broadway; tcl. Oakland MSO.
BERKELEY—2I2S Shattuot «v.; tel. Berkeley 44
C. I). DUNANN. Passenger Traffic Manager.
FOR COMFORT
TAKE THE MODERN
STEAMERS
PORTLAND A LOS ANGELES
BEAVER Ak. BEAR
Palls 12 noon Salls U "' m
Pec. 11th. DeC " 12tb "
F!r«t rlass First class
$10. $12, $T.RS.
2fl Hr'S "'1 class
$6.00. 35 -
BEBTH AND MEALS Included.
The San Kranelaeo A Portland s.s.t'o.
A OTTINGEB. (Jeneral Agent.
Tkt ofSce, 722 Mkt. op. Call; tel. gutter 2344
8 East st. op. Ferry bldg.; tel. Sutter 2433
Oakland office 1228 Broadway; phones—Oak
land 1314 Home A 4331.
Berkeley office, 2105 Shattnck; tel. Berk. 331
gncrarru-nto. Jan. Wjngck ; _go4_K_Bt^_
fOYO KISEN KAISHA
ORIEXTAf. STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S. 8. Nippon Mam. .Friday, December 13, 1912
8. 8. Shfnyo Ma.ru (new)
Saturday, January 4, 1918
8. 8. Chiyo Maru (via Manila direct)
Saturday, February 1, 1918
S. 8. Nippon Maru (Intermediate Service Sa
loon accommodations at reduced rates)
Friday, February 21, 1913
Steamers sail from company's pier. No 34.
near foot of Brannan et.. at 1 p. m. for Yoko
hama and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Kobe
(Hingo) sort Nagasaki and Shanghai, and con
necting at Hongkong with steamers for Manila.
India, etc. No cargo rrcelred on board on day
of ealllnp. Bonn.? trip tickets at redneed rate*.
For freight and pasßgg* apply at office, fourth
floor, Weffern Metropolis National Bank build
ing, 625 Market St. W. H. AVEBY.
Assistant General Manager.
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPLENDID TWIH SCREW 10,000-tpn steamers
"SIERRA." "SONOMA" aad "VLNTL RA.
$110 HONOLULU JSSSkfttEf SYDNEY $300
ROUND THE WORLD—SBOO Ist cabin; $375 24 etbin,
Tia Ceylon, Italy, etc. U'u«al rtopovcre.
Honolulu Ballings, Deo. 17. 81. etc., 2 p. m.
Sydney eaillngs, Dec. 17, Jan. 14, etc., 2 p. m.
Write or wire NOW lorbertts, Send for
folder. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., 673 Market
street; phone Sutter 648. _____»____
(For folders, tickets, etc.. apply Pacific Nay- I
lgaUoa Co., 680 Market street, San Francleco. J
AUSTRALIA
and New Zealand
SYDNEY VIA TAHITI AND WELLINGTON—
8. 8. TAHITI (12,000 tons) sails 11 a. Dec.
11. 8. 8. MOAN A (10,000 tons) sails Jan. 8.
And every 28 days thereafter.
UNION 8. S. CO. OF XEW ZEALAND, LTD.
HIND, HOLPH & CO., O»n. Agta., 310 Cal. St.
Hcket Offloa. 6TO Market st.; tel. Donglaa-4100.
IIUniULULU (.aim Dec. 18: S. S. HONO
LI7LAN ealle Dec. 24. New steamers, 13,000
tons displacement. Le * Te *,,?? er J*°- B |t 12
o'clock noon. Round trip, $110 and up. Direct
""SXiftSr irWffiAmeif company
acS" Market Street. 9«« Fraaelece
Weather Report
United States Department of Agriculture—
Wtalncr Bureau, San Francisco. Dec. 8, 1912.
RAINFALL DATA
■I'--.* .-•«, -.+■■-••■■■•»' . -•-.,.
. * ':-':"*•
: i« ■*>■■■ :■-,!■ ■--
STATIONS
.--..■
}'\i
p<
B
r]
!!
3
■A
ga
1 SB
• " - . .- "
:- ':
... _ . ...
: ''' ' :-->- ; .■•'-• '■■.'■
Eureka
Red Bluff
Sacramento
Nft. Tanialpals
San Francisco
San Jose
Fresno
Independence
San Luis Obisj>o
Los A-igeles
San Diogo
0.00
0.00
0.00
O.OO
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
11.27
7.44
2.63
8.17
3.68
1.22
0.96
0.70
0.S3
0.91
1.69
11.51
tf.64
4.44
5.05
4.97
3.81
2.Sβ
2.28
3.96
2.77
I 1.61
4.73
2.02
0.07
2.7.-»
1.79
1.83
0.6G
o.so
;i.4.s
2.27
0.85
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following table* the maximum and mini
mum temperatures and rainfall are given:
■ f ■■■■■•
;^mm
STATIONS
;;-: <?:■ •-"!:■ ■;■-

'• ■■•■ i .:■'■ ...■-•
•K
STATION'S
n>
5'
a
'- .--
:
Baker 40|
Boise Ik
Pol Monte 64 ;
Eureka H2
Flagstaff 30
Frosno [Set.
Helena Um
Honolulu iSl'l
Independence.. 52|:
Kalispell lii]
Los Angeles... 6«!
Modena 42!
j.OO''Red Bluff
j.OO R#no
j.OO'.Roeebur?
;.00,'Sacramento ...
.18 Suit Luke
.OOi San Diego
.OOi San Francisco.
Tr. Sau Jose
.00 IS. L. Obispo...
i.0(»i;SE Fnrauou..
I.OOl'Spokane
i.OO; 1 'Summit
'.CO iTacwna
.00 hTatooeh
.eg HTonopah I
.001jWalla Walla..!
i.oo Winnemucca..(
1.00 Yuma ]
i •
.fw>
.00
.(HI
.00
.00
.68
.00
'.bo
•u
rNonn ueau...
Pboenix
.
. i HI
.00
Poeatello
Pt. Reyee Lt..
Portland
•Snow en ground, trace.
EASTERN STATIONS
Abilene 42! 401.50 Knoxville ... 46 ...!Tr.
Atlantic City 50 SS'.OO Louisville ... 44 84 .00
Boston 48 321.00 Memphis *R 3S .00
Buffalo *. 40 Sβ .12j!Montgomery.. 62 44 .CO
Charleston .. 72 84 .00 ! Montreal 34 22 .00
Chicago |32| 'J'Z Tγ. 1 Moorhf-art ... 10 -« .00
Denver v- lej.OOi New Orleans. 82 50.00
Dee Moinee.. Iβ 12 .00mNew York... 44 32.00
Dodge City.. 3S 24 .00' North Platte. Sβ 181.00
Duluth 2 -6 .00 Oklahoma ...42 30.00
Dnrango 44 101.00| Pittsborg ...3d 30 .00
Eastport 38 SSOi .00! Roswell 42 26.02
Galveston ...52 4€iTr. St. Louie 3* 36.00
Green UI.OXtNM. Paul 6 2 .»H)
Hatteras 66 Si.l.OOtjTampa 80 64.00
Havre 5S 221 .OOi'Toledo 38 .'*(> Tr.
Huron 14 -c .COijWasbington.. 50J 32 .00
Jacksonville.. 76 64 .On j I Winnipeg ... 1-11-16. .00
Kansas City. 28 28 .00 I r*mQHMKR
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The are* of high pressure over the north Pa
cifl<- -tates and Itook" mountain region has mored
rapidly (southeastward an<l now overlies the south
ern plains states. It has caused fair weather
over the central and northern portions of the
country west of the Mississippi river and cloady
RAUAVAY TRAVEL
Throuprh the
GRAXI) CAVYOM
1 OF THE FEATHER RIVR»
and THE ROYAL GORGE
The "Penmmi-I'ai'ific" Ktpreue and
The «IJ>l5" Mall
" Leave and are due to arrive Union
Ferry Depot from June 9. 1912.
' Leave Through Trains Arrive
6:10 a B%lt Lake. Denver, Omaha. Chicago,
Kansas City. St. Louie 8:45 p
■ 7:80p Salt Lake. Denver. Omaha. Chicago.
Kansas City, St. Louis. 8:30 a
9:10 a Sacramento 8:30e
• 7:30p do 8:45e
9:10 a Stockton 8:30*
4.10p do 10:20*
7:30 p do 8:45 v
5 Through Standard and Tonrlst Sleeping Care vie
Denver & Rio Orandc and Burlington tUrate. via
Denver & Rio Grande and Rock Inland Line*, rls
• Denver & Itlo Grande and Missouri Pacific
Through Trains, Observation Cars, Dining Can,
t Electric Lights and Electric Fans.
jd§j£§\ Schedule Effective
j Nov - 6, 1912
\ J Sen Frnnclaco
rVION FERRY DEPOT
Leave] VIA SA US AUTO [ Arrive
"i Aoa Petalama. Santa Ro<<a, -Bealde
burg. Cloverdale. L'kiah. Wll
liis Loosvale. ••Sebastopol.. 7:0»p
8:15 a Sonoma, Glen Ellen Jfe:OSpi
!»:%;
8:15 a Pt. Reyes. Camp Meeker. Monte J te:3"ip I
Rio, Duncan Mills. Caiadero. ( J7:3si>)
8:45 a Petalnnia. Santa Rosa. Grierne
ville, Monte Rio, Duncan ( t6:35p)
Mills. Cazadero (leave* from ($7:35p)
Duncan Mills»
10:45 a Petslnma. Santa Rosa, Healds-
I burg B:05p
l:4sp|Petalnma, Santa Rosa, Gnenie-
I Tille,* Monte Rio, Duncan
MUle 10:88 a
Reyes, Camp Meeker
3'lsp,Petaluma, Runt a Bosa. Healds-
I biirg, Cloverdale, Uklsb,
WUllts. *Sebastopol ll:Ma
4:45p Sonoma, Glen Ellen 8:35 a
6:15p Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Bealds-
I burs 9:05 a
ELECTRIC SUBURBAN VIA BAUSALITO
eaiisalito. Mill Valley, San Rafael — Daily
every 80 minutes from rf:4s a. m. until 9:45
a. ni.; hourly until 2:45 p. m., then 3:15 p. m.
and every 30 minutes until 6:45 p. m>, then 7:43,
0:15. 11:15 p. m. and 12:30 a. m.
Fairfax—Leaves t6:45, 7:15. 7:45, 8:15, 8:45,
9:15, 0:45, 10:45, 11:45 a. m.; 12:48, 1:45, 2:48.
8:15, 3:45, 4>15. 4:45, 6:15. 8:48, 6:16, 6:45,
7:45. 9:15. 11:15 p. in.: 112:20 a. m.
San Quentin via San Rafael—Leave daily at
0:15 a. m. and 1:45 p. m.
Tiburon and Belvedere—Daily every hour from
8:45 a. in. until 1:45 p. m.; then 8:15 p. n>. and
every hour until 6:15; then 7:45, 9:15 and 11:15
p. m. and 12:30 a. m.
•Arrives daily 10:35 a. m. ••Arrives Sundays
7:05 p. ra., week days 7:35 p. m. tExcept Sun
days. {Sundays only. 'Saturdays only.
Pacific Transfer company's agents are author
ized to check baggage direct from residence.
MUIR WOODS jdSHHllk
MT. TAMALPAIsS
VIA SAUSALITO FERRY VS'
UNION OEPOT, FOOT OF MARKET iTREIT
Wwa<Trli.slJo;C«»Wm<Trii.stJt T
l>. Xμ rrplw I Li.ll* Urn* | U.ll r«Wi
W««kaay t«4«7 W«ek j.y Smaay WseMay Swiay
9:45» 8:45* t 7:20* 11:50* 7:20* 10:40 a
1:45 i 1:45* 1:40p1i2:507 1:40* 11:40»
*4:45p 10:45* 2:40p 1:50> 4:46s 1:40?
: 11:45* 4:50* 2:50» • t:36» 2:4>
i:46> m* Hi?
2;45« 4:40» ...... 4:40»
•Satordayeonly. flfertdsysonty.
( Sausalito Ferry—TeL Kearny 4980
Ticket Offices «687 Market-TeL Ke»ray2fsl
/ 874 Market—Tel. Dooda* 4407
General Offiee-ffliU Valley, Cal. TeLMilTValley Sob.Bl
"Tmri iJlMßiijaii-'ad "Meirltn" *n ilwns ipct fir ants
BAY AND INTKR^^BJUVJROrraS^
"Vid. ViDejo. MtfL Si'mUu. CslistaCi
BeaU have 700 048 a. m. 1230. 330. &00. e3O p. b.
Dock, aad oßoe. Nwtk End fterr BniMb*.
Phone* K«aruy 400 Heme C 470 ft. Mais a la carte
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
©AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
Regular Feet Freight Service
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
sailing from New York every six days,
making direct connection* with Pacific
steamers sailing from Salina Crua,
Mex., every six daye 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 12 days,
i For rates and further particulars ap
! ply to DEARBORN & I.APHAM, Gen
eral Agents, 8 Bridge street. New
York. WILLIAMS, DIMOND ft CO..
General Agent*, Pacific Coast.
310 Sansome St. San Franciaco.
! A
weather, vlth scattered rain, over the southern
tier of states from Texas to Arizona. The »torm
over the lakes last sight is now passing off the
New England coast, causing light snow over the
lajffe region and St. Lawrence valley. The tem
perature has fallen from tbe Rocky to the Alle
gheny mountains, btit in other dfstricta tbe
changes have beeu slight. Conditions arc becom
ing threatening in this district and rain is prob
able In southern California Monday.
FORECAST
Forecast made at San Francisco for the 30 hours
ending at midnight December 0, 1912:
San Francisco and vicinity—Cloudy Monday;
light southwest wind.
Sacramento valley—Cloudy Monday; light south
wind. •
Santa Clara valley—Cloudy Monday; light south
wind.
San Joaquin valley—Cloudy Monday; light east
wind.
California south of the Tehachapi—Cloudy,
probably with rain, Monday: light south wind.
Q. H. WILLSON. Local Forecaster.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Special Dispatch to Tbe Call
ETTREKA. Dec. B.—Pour arrivals and six de
partures constituted the extent of tlie shipping
movements today.
Mall arrived on the City of Topeka and North
Fork, while the lumber carriers Vanguard and
Wellesley brought small qnantltes of freight
Departing today were the oil tanker George
Loomis and the lumber steamers Phoenix, De
spatch. Noyo, Aberdeen and Acme. The Acme
took the mall.
SAN PEDRO, Dec. B.—Steamer Yale ar
rived tbie afternoon from Sen Diego, and, after
taking passengers and additional cargo, pro
ceeded for Saa Francisco.
After haring; discharged 573.000 feet of lnm
ber for consignees at S.m Diego, steamer
Coronado returned here, took passenger* and
freight for tno West Coast Steamship com
pany at San Fran<isco and cleared tonight for
Grays harbor to reload.
Pacific Coast company's steaaner State of Cali
fornia returned this morning from San Diego,
took passengers and freight and. proceeded for
San Frauelseo via Suata Barbara.
Steamer Lakme i-ompltted dWcherge of 730.000
feet of lumber for the (Consolidated Lumber
company at Wilmington and cleared for Eureka
via Ssn Francisoo to reload.
SteHmer Harvard arrived this morning from
San Francisco with passengers and freight.
Steamer Willamette, now discharging 9R0.000
feet of lumber for the Charles McCormick
Lumber corapauy at Sen Diego, will retnrn to
morrow a;ui. after taking passengers and freight
for the Merchants' Steamship company. will
clear for Portland via San Franeieco to re
load.
Steamer Bearer arrived on • s^hedul» from
Portland via Astoria and San Fram-isco with
a pood passenger list and I.TOO roaa miscel
Jg anyway ~.
TRAINS LEAVe AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM DECEMBER I. 1912
VIA OAKLAND RII3R
Leave (Foot of Market Street) Arrive
("Subject to change without notice)
2.15 a Nstat I.nenoore, Tracy, Lathrop.
Stockton, Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove,
Sacramento, Rose vilk.Atiburn.Colfax 1D.40p
2.15* Sacramsntj, Marysriik, Bijgs, Chieo. 10.40p
8.40* Richmond, Port Coeta. Martinet.
Antiocn, Byron Hot Springs, Tracy,
Patterson, Newman, I-os Banos,
Ingle, Herman, Fresno I 1.59p
MO* Saa Leandro, Hayward, Niks, Saa
Jose.... 8.50p
7.00 a The Statesman — Richmond. Valkjo
Junction, Port Coeta, benicia, Sui-
Rim, Eimira, IU vi». Sacramento 6.50s
7.00* Ebnira, W- riDe, Rumsey 7.50p
7.20 a Goldse!d Pa.<*.~-Truckee, Haien, Wa
buska (Yerrington, Rudeon), Mina,
Troopah, GoldSeid, Laws, Keekr.. B.loa
7.20 a Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui
»un, Dixon, Sacramento 7.50p
7.20 a Roseviile. Marj-sviiie (OroviDe), Red
din?, Dunsmuir 10.40p
7.20 a Davis, Woodland. Williams, Maxwell,
Wiliows, Hamilton, Corning, Red
Bluff 7.50p
7.20 a Nilfie, Pieasaaton, Livermore, Tracy,
Lathrop, Stockton (Oakdafe), Lodi,
Sacramento 7.30p
7.20 a Tracy, Patterson, Newman, Los Banos,
Ingle. Rerman, Fresno 4.30b
7.40 a Richmond, YaUejo, Napa, Calistoja,
SanU Rose, Crockett, Port Costo... 6.1 Op
|7.40 a Avon. Yvaladt Creek, San Ramon,
Livermore fe.oOp
B.ooa Newark, West San Jose, Los Gatoe,
Wright, Felton (Ben Lomond, Boul
der Creek), Santa Crui 6.50b
BAOt Fort CosU. Martinez. Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy (Stockton), Merced,
Berenda, Madera, Fresno, Fowler,
Seiina, Trarer, Goshen Junction
(Hanford, Anaoaa), Tulare, Bakeis
field 1309
8.40 a Visalia. Lindsay, Portervilk, Ducor.. 7.1 Op
8.40 a Yosroute Valley via Merced 4.30?
9.00 a Irjington, San Jose 7.30p
B.ooa Xiies, Pleaeanton. LivenObre, Stock
ton (*Milton), Valky ripriof, loot,
Sacramento 4.30p
B.ooa Tuolurane, Sorora»Jameetf>wn,Anjels. 2.50p
9.00 a Atlantic Express—-Sacramento, Truc
kee, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver,
Kansas Citr, Omaha, Chicago 8.30p
B.ooa Touopah-Ooldfield Standard Sleeper.. 8. tOa
9.00 a Vallejc Junction, Vaßejo { 7isop
9.40 a Richmond, San Pablo, Pinole, Vallejo
Junction, Crockett, Port Coeta, Mar
tinez, Avon, Concord, San Ramon.. β-lOp
10.20 a San Francisco Overland limited—
Denver, Kensas City, 8u Louij,
Omaha, Chieaeo 2.10b
10.40 a Vaileio, Mare lelaad, .Napa .. 1 2.50p
10.40 a Btockton. { 'JJjJ
10.40* Los Angeles Pa*«en«r—Port Costa,
Martinu, Byroa Hot Springs, Tracy,
Stockton, Merced, Madera. Fresno,
(Haaford, Coalinga, Yieaiia), Bakers
field, Los Angeles 7.10§
11.20 a Shasta Limited—Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle B.Bop
IZOOn Richmond, Port Coeta, Benicia, Sui-1 10.30 a
nun, Eimira, Dixon, Satramento.. / 11.1 Oa
12.00 a Davis,Williams,Colusa June. Willows,
Germantown, Oriand, Hamilton.... BJwp ;
12.00n Marysvilk. Cfaico, Red Bluff 4.30p
I.OOp Niks, Irvington, San Jo» 2Jiop
1.20b S»n Leandro, Nile*, Centerville, New
ark. (Redwood), San Jose 7.50b
1.40p Newark. Aivi*>, A«new, SanU Clara,
WestSanJoee 10.00b
11 AOp Wright, Boulder Creek, Santa Crui.. 10.00?
2.40p San Leandro, Niks, San Jose 7.30p
ZJQQp Beoiria. Winters Sacramento—Wood
land, Tudor, Yuba City, Marysvilk,
Oroville I I.IOa
3b2of Richmond. Fort Costa. Martinez,
BjTon Hot Springs, Modesto, Merced,
Madera, Fresno 10.40p
4.00p Port Coeta, Marti nei. Concord, Walnut
Creek, San Ramon, Livermore 9.30 a
4.00p Richmond, Vallejo, Napa, Caßstoga,
Glen EDen. Santa Rosa. 9.30 a
4.00p Niles (Centerville, NewarkX SunoL
Pleasanton, Livermore, Tracy,
Stockton, Lodi, £acsan»nto 12.50p
4.40 a San Leaadro, Haywaid, Nilee, Pleaa
anion, Livermore 8.30 a
4.40t Irvington, San Jose 9^oa
4.40p Tracy, Patterson, Newman, Los Banof,
Kerman, Fresno 10.40f
4.40 a Valley Flyer—Port CosU, Byron Hot
Springe, Tracy, Modesto, Merced,
Madera, Fresno, Goshen Junction,
Tulare, Bakersiield. Mojave, Loa
Angrie 12^0?
6.00p Vaileio, Port Costa, Benicia, Suisun,
Sacramento, Roeeville, Ijncoln,
Wheatiand, Marysville (Oroville),
Gndky, Biggs, Chico 11 J0«
B.OOp Da\-is. Arbuckle, Williams, Willows,
Orland. Tehama 10.40p
BMp Newark, West 3an Jose, Los Gatos .. 9.30 a
5,20p San Leandro, Lorenzo, Hayward,
Niles, Pleasanton, Livermore, Tracy,
Stockton 3.t0»
8.20p Owl Limited—Port Coita, Tracy,
Fresno, Los Angetee B.loa
8.20» Hayward, Nik* and San Jose 6.80p
6.40b Eastern Express—Ogden, Pueblo, De
nver, Kansas City, SkLoiiis, Chicago. BJ3Op
•.40b Port Costa, Benicia, Snisun, Eimira,
Sacramento, Coliax, Truckee, Reno,
Sparks &30p
7.00p China and Japan Mail—Ogden,
Cheyenne, Denver. Kansas City,
Omaha, Chicago 3.10p
7.00 a Port Costa, Byron Hot Springs, Stock
ton, Sacramento, Cclfax, Truckee,
Reno 3.!0p
J7.00p Richmond (Vaileio), Port Costa, Mar
tinei. Concord, Walnut Creek, Pleas
antoß, NUes, Oakland 12.45 a
8.20 a Oregon Expreas— Sacrameato, Rose
vifle, Marysville, Redding (Klamath
Falls), Ashland, Portland, Tacoma.
Seattle, Spokane I.IOp
9.00p Mt. Eden, Alvarado, Newark, SanU
Clara, San Joe* 7.50p
9.40b BakersSeld. MeKittrick, Hazkton,
Monarch, Moron, Fellow, Shak. 7.50 a
9.40p Richmond, Port Costa, Tracy, Mo
desto, Merced, Madera, Fresno,
Hanford, Tulare 7.50 a
0.40b Hanford, Armona, Lemoore, Huron,
Coalinga. 7.50 a
9.40p Visalia, Exeter. Lindsay, Porterrilk,
Ducor, Famoeo 7.90 a
I&20B Portland Express—Davit, Willow*,
Red Bluff, Weed, (Klamath Falls),
Ashland, Roseburg, Portland, Ta-
coma, Seattle 7.30 a
NETHERLANDS ROUTE-From Pacific Strttt Wharf
TMs route offers exceptional opportunity for Auto
mobilists to reach afl points on the Sacramento River;
Collinsvi Ik, Emmaten, Rio Vista, Iskton, Ryde, Walnut
Grove, Vorden, Courtland, Clarkeburg, Sacramento.
Sttamtr Seminolt or Navajo. leaves San Francisco 8.30
a. m. daily except Sunday and Wednesday, arriving |
Sacramesto 7.00 p. m. Leave .Sacramento 8.30 a. m. :
daily except Sunday and Wednesday, arriving San
Francisco 5.30 p. m. Stopping in either direction at all
points shown above.
Stmmw Modoc or Ajach* leaves San Francisco 1.00
p. m. daily except Sunday; arrive Saa Francisco
p. m. daily except Monday.
Steamtr Navajo or Stminole, ieavei San Francisco
9.00 p. m. daih , except Sundays, arriving .Sacramento
7.00 a. m. daily except Monday. Leave Sacramento
9.00 p. m. daily except Sundaj-s, arriving San Francisco
7.00 a. m. dairy except Monday. No stops ea route in
either direction. >
lanwns freight and merchandise. The Beaver
clears on the return trip tomorrow.
Schooner t'amano completed discharge of
000.000 feet of lumber for the Southern Call- -
fornla Lumber company and sailed iv ballast
for Port Gamble for <>rder*.
Steamer Jaui«>s S. Wggius arrived fr»m Fort
BTagg via San Francisco. landed pa.-weugers
for the West Co«st Steamship company and
proceeded for Redoudo Beach, carrying 400,00<>
feet of lumber.
Steamer Hoaqulam completed discharge '■>(
700,000 feet of lumber an<l cleared tonight in
ballast for Greys harbor to reload.
Dredger Pacific, owned by Standard Amerl
can Dredging company of San Francisco, sprang
a leak this afternoon and sank 1" about "'•*
feet of water In inner Imrlxir. The divijr«
can b* raised without neavy expense
POKTLAXD. Der. S—The BrltUti sf
Lonsdale finished taking ou banker coa! at
Pacltic Coast bnnkors tmlny and will start to
the morning taking on flour at the Crown mill
for Japan.
The German bark Isebok shifted to the Irvlns
dock today and will l*gln taking on grain for
Europe.
TUe Danish steamer Arabien has completed the
discharge of lta cargo and will t>o prepared to
morrow to load wheat for Europe.
The Japanese steamer Kankai Maru. which
was formerly the-British steamer lndravelll anil
well kaom at thi* port, is due to antra here
Tuesday with a cargo of hardwood for the PR
cine Lumber and Manufacturing company. It
will load wheat on Puget sound for Japan.
The British ship llavenhill and the German
bark Jerehok have finished loading wheat for
Europe and will leave as soon as tugs are avail
able.
Tbe steamer Rose City arrived tonight with
freight and passengers from San Fran.M-
The steamer Breakwater arrived fr>>m Ovw
Bay todey with 300 tons of freight and a g"«<l
passenger list. •
The stesmer Roanoke arrived tonight from
California port*.
ASTORIA, Dec. 8. —Steamer Breakwater ar
rived this morning with freight and passenger
from Coos JUav and proceeded.
Siaridard OH barge. No. »1. after discharg
ing i art of cargo here, left for Portland dur
ing tbe night iv tow of a river steamer to
finish.
flli >■»!■ Rose City and Rnanoke with freigM
and passenger* from San Pedro arrived In port
today and proceeded.
Steam schooner Graywood left tnday with h
part eargro of lnmber. It will finish loading ou
Puget sound.
Steamer George W. Fenwlck. with a large
cargo of lumber for San Pedro, went to b«h
tod a 7.
SEATTLE, Wash., I>«r. B—Arrived- Steamer
Dolphin. Skainvav: British steamer Prince Ru
pert, Prioce Rupert.
Sailed: Steamer B'i<*kman, Santa Maria. Sun
Francisco; ISritish steamer Prince Rupprt.
Prlicp Rupert.
VIA COAST LLNB
Leare (Third and Towneeod StreeU) Arrive
(Subject to change without notice)
t 5.05 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, Cohna,
Cemeteries, Baden. Sen Bruno t 8.35 a
6.30 a South San Francisco, San Joae, Gilroy.
(Holhjter, Tie* Finos), Sarernt,
Pajaro, Wataonvil!*, Santa Cnij.... B.oop
t 8.30 a Loe Altos, Mona Vista, Loe Gato«... X 9-45 a
f 7.00 a South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San
Jose, Way Stations 7.50p
f 7.00 a Los Alto*. Mont a Vista, Los Gat M... 12.30p
B.ooa Shore line limited—Paso RoWee Hot
Springs, Saot»Barbara,Los Angeles. 8.50p
8.05 a MaySeH, Loe Altoe, LoeGatc»,Wnsht,
Ciienirood (Boukler Creek), Santa
Crui, Watsonville, Castro-ille, Del
Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove— 9J)5p
9.00 a San Jo«e, Gilroy. Sargent. Salinas.
SWedad, San Mignei Faro RoMes
Hot Spring, San Luis Obispo 4.00p
9.00 a Holl'uter, Tree Knos—Watsonvillc,
BanU Crui—Del Monte, Monterey,
Pacific Grove 4.00p
10.40 a South San Francisco, Buriingame, Saa
Mateo, Palo Alto, Mayfield, Los Al
toe, Los Gatos. 7.35p
I Val-ncia Street, Ocean View. Coh-i,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno 1.55p
11.40 a South Saa Francisco, San Jose t 8.20 a
1.20 a Saturdays onl:/—San Matpo, Red
wood. Mayficld. Mountain \iew,
San Joee J IO.SOp
Seturdays only—Loe AJtos. Mona
Vista, Loe Gatos. » J3.25p
ZJOOp Del Monte Ei-.ress— inn Jose. Gilroy.
Sargent, Watsonviße, Sant* Crui,
Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove,
(Salinas) 12-30p
2.05p Easton, San Mateo, Palo Alto, Sao
Jose 8.40t
t 2.1 Op South San Francisco, Redwood, Santa
Clara, West Saa Joee, Log Gatos,
Wright Felton, (Boulder Creek),
SanU Crui til .30a
3.00p South San Francisco, Saa Mat™, San
Jose, Gthoy, Tres Pino*, Salinas IO.IOa
3.00? Wa'sonvilk, PanU Crui, Caetmville,
M Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove lO.iOa
3.26p Btirlingarae, San Mateo, Redwood,
Palo Alto, Mayneld, Loe Altos, Loa
Gatoe 5.30p
t 3.25p Wright, Boulder Creek. Sant* Cruz. 111.30 a
4.00b Sunset Express—Tucson, Deming, El
Paso, Houston, New Orleans, Chi
cago 9.15 a
4.00p Washington Sunset Route —Washing-
ton, D.C., New York and East 9.15 a
4.00p Salinas, Paso Robles Hot Spring*.
San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara,
Ventura and Loe Angeles 9.15 a
4.00p Kansas City. St. Louis, Chicago 9.15 a
4.20p South San Francisco, San Jose. t 7.25 a
f 4.55p SanU Cms Limited—Mayfield, Loa
Altos, Loe Gatoe, Felton, (Bonlder
Creek), Santa Crui t 8.45 a
6.05p Biirlingame, San Mateo, Redwood.
Palo Alto, Mayfield and Way Sta
tions '..... f 25p
t 5.05p Mayfield. Loe Altoe, Los Gatoe X 9.45 a
t 8.20p Redwood. Atberton. Menlo Park,
Palo Alto, Mayfield, Mountain View,
Sunnyvak, San Jose , t 900 a
t 5.20b Loa Altos, Mpnta Vista, Los Gatoe... t 8.40 a
I t 5.25p Eaeton, Redwood, Mountain View,
San Jose. 9.44*
t 8.30 a Loop—Valencia Street, Ocean Vi»w,
Cemeteries, South San Frasrisco,
23d Street. 3d and Townsend. t *4b>
9.40f San Bnno, San Mateo, RHwood.
Palo Alto, SanU Clara, San Josp ... 3.25 i
t B.oob Mi librae, Saa Mateo, Redwood, May
field. Lot Altos, Loe Gatos t B.ooa
t e.osp 23d Street, Visitacion. South San
Francisco, Vakncia Street % 7.15p
8.30b South San Francisco, San Jose 5.45p
7.40b The Lark—Paso Robks Hot Spring*.
SanU Barbara, Los Angeks 0.30 a
B.lob Ban Jose and Way Sutiona 7.30 a
IO.OOt Loe Angeles Passenger— Saiina*. Paeo
Robins Hot Springs, Sao Lois Obis
po, SanU Barbara and Loe Angeks. 8.25 a
10.05b South San Francisco, San Jose II .55p
I 1.45b South San Francisco, Palo Alto. San
Jose it «.30a
\ 745 a
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS—Via Alameda Pier.
To Oakland. 14th and Franklin Stt.
-6.15. 0.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minute* Mr th«
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30, 9.15, 10.00, 10.45,
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m,
To Alameda. North and South |Me—
e.i.5, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutet past tin
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30. 9.15, 10.15,
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS—Via Oakland Pier.
To Oakland. 16th St. and Berkeley via Shattwk Ay*.
and Ellsworth St Lines.—Daily—From «.00 a. m.. and
erery twenty minutes until BJ2O p. m., inclusive; then
9.00.9.40,10^0.1100,11.40 p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a.m.
Additional boats Saturdays and Sundays only, 8.40
p. m., 10.00,10.40 and 11-20 p. m.
To Berfcetey via California St. u>4 Wett Berkeley. Alkany
via Ninth St Lines.—Daily—From **.00 a. m., tfi.2o,
♦6.40, t7.00 a. m. and every twenty sninutes uetil 8.20
p. m. inclusive; then 9XO. 9.40,10.20,11.00.11.40 p.m..
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturdays and
Sundaya only, 8.40 p. 9.20, iaOO, 10.40 and 11.20
p.m.
Ta Vljorit, Staaa. Pulhnafi, Richmond—l6.4o and 7.40
a. aw 3.20 p. 4^o, 6.20 p. m.
Tβ Oakland, Washington-Broadway, East Oakland,
FruitvaJo and MekoM via Seventh St.—Daily—Fmm
6.00 a. m., then every twenty minute* until 8.20 p. m.,
inclusive; then 9.00, 9.40. 10.20, 11.00. 11.40 p. m..
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturdays and
Sundaysonly, 8.40 p. m., 9.20, ldlOO, ltt4o and 11^0
Hortethoe to Oakland. Washinfton-Broadway, Fruitvalt,
Alameda, North Side—Daih—From 6.00 a. m., te.2o,
6.40, 7.00, 7.20, 7.40, 8.00. 8.40 and forty minutee pest
the hour ontil 3.40 p. m.; then 4.00. 4.40, 5.00, 5.C0.
5.40. 6.00, 6.20, 6.40. 7.00. 7.40. 8.20, 9.00, 9.40,10.20,
11.00, 11.40 p. m.. and a. m.
To Stenohunt-te.oo. te.4o. f7JM, X9M, JlO.OO a. m.
t1.20 p. m, X2JOO, J3J», *4.00, *s>4oand
m.
AUTOMOBILES. MOTORCYCLES AND VEHICLES.
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY—From San Francisee,
South End of Ferry BuiWinj, for Broadway Wharf,
Oakland —Week days 6.00 a. m. and every half hout
until 9.00 p. m., inclusive. Sundays and holidays
6.00 a. m. and every half hour until 11.00 p. m,
inclueire. Boat* leave Broadway Wharf—Week days
6.15 a. m. and every haU-hour until 8.45 p. m. in
clusive. Sundays and holidays, 6.15 a. ml. and every
half hour until 10.45 p. Qu, iaciusive.
aforMornint. *Dairy. p for Afternoon.
tSunday excepted. JSonday onry. §Saturday onr/.
• Monday.
Union Trantftr Cβ. authorized to chtck Banaf« fine!
from roiMene*.
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