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SONOMA TO CARRY
MANY PASSENGERS
Oceanic Steamship Com
panys' Fast Liner Sails To
day for the Antipodes
Among Those on Board Will
Be a Large Number of
Tourists for Honolulu
The Oceanic Steamship company's
liner Sonoma, Captain Trask. will sail
tnis afternoon for Sydney via Honolulu
*.nd Pago Pago with a full cargo and
• bout 200 passengers. A majority of
the passengers are booked through to
Sydney, but many of those In the
are going to Honolulu for the
•Airpose of witnessing the island port's
annual festival or floral pnrade
Among the local people going to
Honolulu will be Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
Loop and Miss Loop. Tn the same
party will be A. E. Havens, Miss Kath
csr^,,¥ avens and Mrs - J - X - Hamilton.
\\ illiam Pfortenhauer, vice presi
dent of Hackfeld & Co. and consul at
Honolulu for Germany and Norway, is
returning to the island port on the
Sonoma. He will be accompanied by
his wife and daughter.
Other Honolulu passengers will be
Altred W. Fames of the Hawaiian
Island Packing oompanv, Miss Helen
Karnes. F. G. C. Lyon, a well known
New York yachtsman, and his wife,
and J. M. Hind of Hind, Rolph & Co.
Lieutenant Gordon. United States
navy, and Mrs. Gordon will be passen
gers to Pago Pago.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Whitnev. who
will be passengers on the Sonoma, are
making a tour ot" the world.
Among the passengers for Sydney
will be Howard English, Mr. and Mrs.
A. O. Moorehouse, Mr. and Mrs. Bran
don and Fred B. Jones. Jones will
make the round trip on the liner.
The Wirth circus troupe and a com
pany of Russian jugglers have taken
passage to Sydney on the liner. In the
circus troupe are many fair equestri
ennes whose given names make up the
following musical collection: Carmen
cita, Estrelllna, Tina. Rosina, Oneida,
Hilda. Victoria and last but not least
Ruethe.
Harbor Board Meets Thla Morning
The harbor commissioners will meet
at 11 o'clock this morning and
the bids submitted last Thursday
for the construction of pier 39
may be opened. The opening of
the bids depends upon whether or
not Daniel Ryan, the board's attorney,
has found time to prepare an opinion
regarding the request of the Thomson
Bridge company to be. released from
its contract to construct pier 37. As
the Thomson Bridge company is also
a bidder on 39, the commissioners pre
fer to have the matter of 37 settled
before any new contracts are made.
The board's action in regard to the
Thomson company's request is being
awaited with considerable interest by
all interested in construction work for
the state. The Thomson bid was the
lowest by a wid*=> margin. The contract
was awarded. Two days later the com
pany notified the board that their bid
was too low as the result of mistakes
ln Its figuring. With this notification
was a request for release from the con
tract and the return of the certified
check that had accompanied the bid.
Ryan has been asked to advise the
board as to its rights under the law to
release the contractor and for an opin
ion as to the force the precedent might
have in the future dealings of the state
with contractors.
Damara Brings Record Cargo
The steamer Damara. which arrived
yesterday from Tacoma, brought the
largest cargo ever carried between
Washington and California in one bot
tom. The Damara is a whale, even
among: offshore freighters, and as a
coaeter is in n class all by itself. The
cargo included 4,400 tons of coal, 1,500
tons of wheat, 565 tons of ore. 540 tons
of paper, 100 tons of bran and 50 tons
of flour, and In addition to this load of
more than 7,000 tons the steamer car
ried 550.000 feet of lumber. The cargo
is consigned to W. R. Grace & Co. and
will all be discharged at this port.
Tenyo Mam Ia Due Thursday
The Japanese liner Tenyo Maru. Cap
tain Ernest Bent, Is due Thursday from
the far east and probably will arrive
early in the morning. The liner is
bringing 59 cabin passengers, 32 in the
second cabin and 65 in the steeraee.
The cargo of 4,900 tons includes 100
tons of raw silk.
Water Front Notes
Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 3,9*0.000 feet.
The Pacific Mail liner Siberia ar
rived at Manila prior to February 8.
The liner Peru, homeward bound
from Panama, left Mazatlan February
7 for this port.
The Matson liner Wilhelmina. Cap
tain Peter Johnson, will sail at noon
tomorrow for Honolulu.
The Honolulan is due tomorrow from
Honolulu with passengers and a large
cargo.
The Pacific Navigation company s
fast turbiner Yale, Captain Bartlett.
arrived yesterday from San Pedro with
340 passengers and sailed for the south
again at 4 o'clock p. m. with a big
crowd on board.
The Pacific Coast Steamship eom
panv's Queen, Captain C. J. Hannah,
sailed at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon
for San Pedro with a full complement
of passengers.
Regulation Works Well
The wisdom of the federal regulation
requiring steam vessels to proceed
slowly in foggy weather was demon
strated yesterday, when the Southern
Pacific ferry steamer Piedmont and the
steam schooner Pasadena came to
gether off Yerba Buena island about
8 o'clock a. m. If either vessel had
been traveling at. any but the most
moderate speed, and they had come to
gether, the result would have been dis
astrous for one of them. As It was,
the Piedmont struck the Pasadena a
light and glancing blow that dam
asred neither vessel and which only
slightly disarranged the Pasadena's
deckload.
Change of Master*
Steamer Tom Thomson, R. B. Hem
ming Jr., old master; J. J. Barros, new
master. Steamer Rover, O. L. Thomsen,
old master, James McAvoy. new mas
ter. Schooner Harry, A. C. Schlash, old
master: Louis Dreyarsdorff, new mas
ter. Steamer Temple K. Dorr. A. W.
Nygran, oid master; Ole Nilsen, new
master.
Enrollment
Hteamer Asuncion, George E. Brid
gett, master.
Army Transport*
The Buf«rd 1s at Sau Francisco.
The '"rook is at San Francisco.
The Logan left San Francisco January 6 for
Manila.
The Sheridan is In port.
The Sherman Mi led February 5 for Manila.
The Thomas left Manila February 2 for thi*
port.
Tonnajrr Encajrenieiita
The liarkeutine Koko Head la under charter
for lumber from Colombia ifm to Sydney a|
82a Sd, with option <>f Melbourne or Adelaide at
73a, 'iirt<t nitrate port at Nt M, or Callao at
§2* 6d. , ■
The German ship Keinhek is chartered for
lumber from Columbia river to a direct port in
the Doited Kingdom at Sis M, with option of
iuo porta ar Bsa 9d.
The British steamer Harpagus is chartered
for merchandise from Portland or Puget sound
to China aud Japan.
Shipment* of Oil
The tank steamers Santa Rita and Santa
Maria called from Port San hills for Baltics and
Honolulu. respectively, last week with cargoes of
crude oil. Kach vessel took 44,' KM) barrels,
ralued at #:O.BOU.
Notice to Mariner*
Branch Hydrographie Office
Ban Frsncl*<->. Feb. to. WIS.
Captain G. B. Mac Donald of the steamer W. F.
rtforta that on the morning of January
27 from *p:3O to 11 o'clock, between the Faral
h.iies and Point Reyes, latitude north 37 degrees
4.'; minutes, longitude west 12*2 degrees .**»*_' min
utes and latitude north MS degrees, longitude west
T.'.'i degrees 10 minutes, the -water had an un
usually muddy appearance, suggesting a sub
marine disturbance.
February 4. lIIIS, In latitude north 40 degrees
53 minutes, longitude west 124 degrees 85 min
utes, passed a large log measuring about 30 feet
la length and 5 feet in diameter.
c B. <;. BARTHAI.OW.
Lieutenant, U. S. N., in Charge.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Movements of Steamers |
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TO ARRIVE
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| Date
Humboldt iPboenix ,.]Feb. 11
l.os Angeles Hanalei 'Feb. 11
Karatsn Rooert Dollar...!Feh. 11
Nanalmo (Thor [Feb- 11
Portland 'Santa Rosalia.. |Feb. 11
Monterey & Santa Cruz.'Eureka' ;Feb. 11
Portland & Astoria Willamette Feb. 12
San Diego & Los Ang. . [Multnomah Feb. 12
Fort Bragg (Arctic Feb. 12
Honolulu [Honohilan jFeb. 12
(Vntofagasta 'Cordelia t |Feb. 12
r.o„ Anceles direct (Harvard IFeb. 12
Humboldt jVangnard JFeb. 12
Point Arena \- Albion.. Porno 'Feb. 13
Port San Luis ICoos Bay 'Feb. 13
Sal. Cms & San Diego.. !Nebraskan Feb. IS
Palhoa via Acapulco iPeru Feb. 13
Pnget Sound 'Craftsman Feh. 13
Portland & Astoria Rose City Feb. 13
Los Angeles (Bear Feb. 13
•tun Diego A Los Ang. .'Roanoke Feb. 13
Humboldt IF. A. Kllburn... Feb. 13
China & Japan 'Tenyo Mam Feb. 13
Humboldt (North Fork ... Feb. 13
l>os Angeles direct .Yale .*. Feb. 14
Honolulu 'Sierra Feb. 14
Puget Sound Ports [Senator Feb. 14
San Diego A Loe Ang..!Queen Feb. 14
Fort Bragg iBrunswick Feb. 15
San Diego & Lob Ang.. [Harvard Feb. 15
Norfolk via Taltal 'J. A. Hooper.... Feb. 15
Seattle & Tacoma 'Ad. Sampson Feb. 15
Portland & Astoria 'Geo. W. Elder.. Feb. 15
Los Angeles [Centralla Feb. 15
Humboldt City of Topeka. Feb. 15
Seattle direct President Feb. 16
Mendocino & Shel. Cove Sea Foam . Feb. 16
Los Angd?s IParalso Feb. 16
■San Diego & Los Ang. .State of Cal... Feb. 17
Los Angeles & Way Pta Santa Clara ... Feb. 17
San Diego A Loa Ang. .Yale 'Feb. 17
Yale
TO SAIL
Feb. lllRochelle jOana Bay j
Feb. 11 (Washington ...'Coos Bay 1
Feb. JllSonoma Sydney I
Feb. 11 (Umatilla Pnget Sound.
Feb. II'.T. B. Stetson. . IIxhi Angeles..
Feb. llSvea (Grays Harbor
Feb. ll'Bandon iCoqullle Rlv.
Feb. 11'Eureka rSanta Cruz..
Feb. 12,Multnomah Portland ...I
Feb. 12iWillamette .... I>os Angeles..
Feb. 12!Clty of Topeka. Humboldt ...
Feb. 12'Hanalel tf,os Angeles..
Feb. 12 Harvard !San piego...
Feb. 12'Sea Foam 'Point Arena..I
Feb. 12!Brunswlck IFort Bragg.. I
Feb. 12 Santa Clara |Los Angelea..!
Feb. 12:Wilhelmlna IHonolulu ...
Feh. lSIDalsy Gadsby. .jWillapa Har.l
Feb. 13ISanta Rosalia. . Dunkirk ....
Feh. l.HjNavaJo (Portland ...
Feb. 13 State of Cal !San Diego... i
Feb. 14'Clty of Para.. IBalboa I
Feb. 14|Bear [Portland ...
Feb. 14|Roanoke iPortland ...
Feb. 14 Yale «an Diego...!
Feb. 14 F. A. Kilborn.. IHumboldt ...
Feb. IBICms Bay >Pt. San Luis.'
Feb. 15'Ilarvard !Los Angeles..'
Feb. 15iMongolia SHongkong ...
Feb. 15'Aztec Balboa
Feb. 15 Enterprise iHilo
Feb. l-VQuoon 'Puget Sound.
Feb. 15 ! Rose Citv |TjOb Angeles..
Feb. IBjGett. W. Elder. ISan Diego...
Feb. 15 Nome City . ..'Puiret Sound.
Feb. 15Tentralia (Grays Harbor
Feb. 15 Vanguard 'Humboldt ..
Feb. 15 North Fork ...rHnmboldt ..
Feb. 16'Arctle Fort Bragg..
Feb. 16 Porno Point Arena.
Feb. 17 Carlos Portland ...
Feb. 17 President (San Diego...
Feb. 17 Piralso [Portland ...
Feb. IT Yale Lob Angeles..
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Destination
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PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
Pier 3.... Washington Pier 17 Pnloo
Pier 5 Jackson Pier 19 Union
Pier 7 Psclfle Pier 21 Filbe
Pier 9 Broadway l'Pier23 Greenwich
Pier 11 Broadwav 2il"l**r 25 Greenwich
Pier 13 -ValleJo'Pler 27 Lomba
Sol TH OF MARKET STREET
Pier 2..... ...Mission ] Pier 24 Spear
Pier 4 Mission 2 Pier 28 Main
Pier 6 Howard 1!Pier 34 Beale
Pier 8 Howard 2!Pler 36 Fremont
Pier 10 Howard 3P!er 38 Flrat
Pier 12 Folsom 1 Pier 40")
Pier 14 Folsom 2Fler 42 f P. M. S. S. Co.
Pier 16 Harrison'Pier 44 J
Pier 20 Steuart'Pler 54 Fourth
Sun, Moon and Tide
Sun rises 7:05
Sun sets 5:44
Moon sets 11:01 p. m.
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Time Ball
United States Branch Hydrographic Office. Mer
chants' Exchange, -San Francisco, February
10. 1913.
The time ball on the roof of the Fairmont hotel
wss dropped today exactly at noon, Pacific stand
ard time (120tb meridian), or at Bb. 00m. 00s,
Greenwich mean time
D. C. BARTHALOW.
Lieutenant, U. S. N.. ln Charge.
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbors.
Harj
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est water over bar,
with inner bar P. 8.
can buoy bearing NE.
Vi N. (mag.).
f Channel to the soul
I ward and changing
I little to the 'north.
150 to 200 feet.
out for
mpqua ..
keep range en
to northward.
>*t water 500 feet ft
black buoy at end
Jetty. -
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order.
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ward.
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channel difficult to
na vitralkm.
channel
navigatl
navigation.
h annel~400 feet wide,
30 feet deep nearly to
turning basin.
good width.
U. S. Branch Hydrographlc Office
A branch of the United States hydrographlc
office, located in the Merchants' Exchange, is
maintained in San Krancisco 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 sailing directions of the world are kept at
hand for comparison and reference, and the latest
Information can always be obtained regarding
lights, dangers to navigation and matters of in
tireat to ocean commerce.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant, U. S. N., ln Charge.
ASTORIA. Feb. 10.—Steam schooner Willam-.
ette sailed this morning for San Pedro with a
cargo of Imwlarr
British steamer Twickenham arrived thi* morn
ing from British Columbia and will load lumber
for the orient.
Steam schooner Hoquiam arrived this morning
from San Francisco with a cargo.
Steamer Alliance arrived today from Eureka
awrt Coos Bay with freight and passenger?.
Steamer Fort Bragg arrived this morning from
San Francisco, and will load lumber for a return
trip.
Schooner Irene arrived Sunday evening from
San Francisco and will load lumber at St. Helens,
VANCOUVER, Feb. 10.—Sailed—Steamer Waab
tenaw, for Sau Fraucisvo. i
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1913.
WIRELESS REPORTS
FROM SHIPS AT SEA
By MARCONI WIRELESS
These reports are reeetved directly
from the Pacific const stations of the
Marconi "Wireless companyt
Sunday, February 8.
STEAMER LANSING— From Panama for Port
San Luis; 8 p. m., 450 miles south of Port
San Luis.
STEAMER HONOLUIAM—From Honolulu for
Sau Francisco: 8 p. m., 641 milea from San
Francisco; all welL
STEAMER ADELINE SMITH—From Newport
News for Coos Bay: 8 p. m., SSO miles south
of San Francisco; all well.
STEAMER SANTA MARIA—From Port San Lula
for Honolulu; fha. m., 970 miles from Port San
Luis; all well.
STEAMER SANTA RITA—From Port San Luis
for Panama; 8 p. m., 723 miles south of Port
San Luis; all well.
STEAMER HELONIAN—From Seattle for Hono
lulu; 8 p. m., 240 miles from Tatoosh; weather
fine; nil well.
STEAMER HONOLULAN—From Honolulu for
San Francisco: 8 p. m., 641 miles from San
Francisco; moderate wind and sea; overcast;
rain; all well.
STEAMER W. S. PORTER—From Monterey for
Portland: 8 p. m., 63 miles north of San Fran
cisco; moderate northwest breeze; smooth sea.
STEAMER W. F. HERRIN—From Astoria for
Monterey; 8 p. m.. 258 miles from Monterey;
dense fog; light northwest wind and sea.
Monday. February 10.
STEADIER ROMA—From Vancouver for Port San
Luis: 10 a. m., 40 milea south of San Fran
cisco; all well.
STEAMER PARAISO—From Portland for San
Pedro; 10:43 a. m., passed Point Reyes; all
well.
STEAMER W. F. HERRIN—From Portland for
Monterey; 11 a. ni.. passed Point Lobos; all
well.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 10.
STEAMER HILONIAN—B p. m., 845 miles from
Tatoosh.
STEAMER HANALEI—B p. m., 20 milea north
of Poiut Arguello.
STEAMER ARGYLL—B p. m., 15 miles north of
San Francisco.
STEAMER BUCKMAN—B p. m.. 12 miles north
of Point Reyes.
STEAMER QUEEN-S p. m., 28 miles south of
Pigeon point.
STEAMER ROMA—B p. m., 145 miles south of
San Franiesco.
STEAMER YALE— Passed Pigeon point at 6:26
p. m.
STEAMER YOSEMITE—6:3O p. m., 10 miles
south of Pigeon point.
STEAMER BEAR—B p. m., 20 miles south of
Point Sur.
SEATTLE, Feb. 10.
STEAMER WASHTENAW—Port Moody-Port
Harford; galls from Port Angeles at 8 p. m.
EUREKA. Feb. 10.
STEAMER SANTA ROSALIA—Off Mendocino.
STEAMER COL. E. L. DRAKE—Off Coqullle
river.
STEAMER W. S, PORTER—32O miles north of
San Francisco.
STEAMER ATLAS—With barge 93 in tow; 202
miles north of San Francisco at 6 p. m.
STEAMER MAVERICK—37 milea north of Blunta
reef.
ASTORIA, Feb. 10.
STEAMER NORTHWESTERN—Northbound; ln
Broughton straits at 8 p. m.
STEAMER WILLAMETTE—Southbound; 18 milea
north of Cape Blanco at 8 p. m.
BTEAMER FALCON—Off Columbia river at 6:30
p. m.
STEAMER CHATHAM—Northbound: 67 miles
south of Columbia river at 8 p. m.
STEAMER CHEHAUS—Southbound; 4 miles
touth of Columbia river at 8 p. m.
EAST SAN PEDRO, Feb. 10.
STEAMER MULTMOMAH—San Piego to San Pe
dro; 8 p. m., 20 miles north of Point Lama.
BARGE 91—In tow tug Dauntless; Bp. m., 60
miles south of San Pedro, southbound.
STEAMER ROMA—B p. m., 145 miles south of
San Francisco, southbound.
STEAMER LANSING-Northbound; 8 p. m., 175
miles south of Port Ban Luis.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
the Pacific
SAN PEDRO, Feb. 10.—The North Pacific com
pany's steamer Roanoke arrived this morning
from Portland via Astoria and San Francisco with
passengers and freight and 1,100 tons of miscel
laneous cargo. The Roanoke proceeded tonight
for San Diego, and will touch here north bound
tomorrow.
Steamer General Hubbard will discharge 1.400.
--000 feet # of lumber for the Hammond Lumber
company at Terminal, and Is scheduled to clear
tomorrow for the Colombia river to load return
cargo for tbe same company.
Steamer Francis H. Leggett arrived from Ta
coma via San Francisco carrying passengers and
freight for the West Coast Steamship company
and 1.400.000 feet ot lumber for various local
wholesale yards.
Steamer Multnomah, now discharging 900.000
feet of lumber for the Charles McCormick Lum
ber company at San Diego, will returu here to
morrow, and after taking passengers and freight
for the Merchants' Steamship company at San
Francisco will proceed for Portland to reload.
Arrivals during the night will Include the
steamer Norwood, from Grays Harbor via San
Francisco. bringing passengers and freight for the
West Coast Steamship company and 875.000 feet
of lumber for the San Pedro Lumber company and
others.
Sfenmer San Pedro has arrived from Eureka di
rect, currying 475,000 feet of lumber consigned
to the Hammond Lumber company at Terminal.
Steamer arrived this morning from
Raymond with 850,000 feet of Inmber for the San
Pidro Lumber company and others.
Carrying 000,000 feet of lumber for the E. K.
Wood Lumber company, the steamer Shasta is
due tonight from the Columbia river.
EUREKA. Feb. 10.—Mall and freight arrived
early this morning on the steamer North Fork
from San Francisco. She was followed ln by
tbe Ravalli, also from San Francisco, with pas
seneerw.
Steamer Phoenix departed at noon today for
San Francisco with freight, mall and passengers.
Upon arrival In San Francisco, the Phoenix
will go on the drydock for overhauling.
Lumber carrier Katherlne was among the
steamers to leave port today.
Steamers Wellealey and Bowdoln departed this
afternoon with cargoes of lumber for San Fran
cisco.
ABERDEEN", Feb. 10.—Captain R. E. Peasley
of the schooner Mary E. Foster reached here to
day from Seattle, where his schooner will load a
return cargo for Honolulu. Captain Peasley re
cently entered the serrlee again after a long time
on land. He made the round trip to Honolulu
without incident.
Schooners Forest Home for Callao and Robert
Searlft for Honolulu, and steamers Shoshone,
Lindauer. Fair Oaks and Cbehalts salted.
Steamers Stanley Dollar, Tamalpais and Grays
Harbor arrived.
PORTLAND. Feb. 10. —Carrying passengers and
general freight, the steamer George W. Elder,
Captain Paulsen, arrived at 8 o'clock this morn
ing from San Diego. San Pedro aod San Fran
cisco.
Steamer Rose City, Captain Rankin, sailed this
afternoon for San Francisco and Los Angeles with
about 230 passengers and 2.000 tons of freight.
To load lumber for San Francisco, the steamer
.Tnhan Poulsen arrived at St. Helens last night.
She will load there a day and then come up here.
The cargo will be completed at Oakport and
Westport.
Steamer Neeanieum shifted from Llnnton to St.
Helens at noon today to complete her cargo of
700.000 feet of lumber for San Francisco.
Authority has been received by Henry L. Beck,
lighthouse Inspector for the seventeenth district,
to establish a small gas buoy off Astoria, to take
the place of No. 11 buoy. It will mark the edge
of the sands and show the limit of the anchorage
grounds, at night as well a« ln tbe day time.
Schooner Irene la at St. Helens to load lumber
for California.
SEATTLE. Feb. 10.—Arrived—Steamer Presi
dent, from San Francisco.
Sailed—British steamer Maknra, for Vancouver;
revenue cutter Snohomish, foe Neah bay.
TACOMA, Feb. 10. —Arrived —Japanese steamer
Panama Maru, from Yokohama.
Sailed—Steamer Senator, for Vancouver.
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Shipping Intelligence |
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ARRIVED
Monday, February 10.
15:55 a. m.. stmr Ciaremont. Benson. 6fi hours
from Wlllapa harbor; 700,000 feet lumber to
Hart-Wood Lumber company.
7:10 ». m., etmr Pasadena. McGovern. 16 honrs
from Albion: 365,000 feet lumber to Albion
Lumber company.
7:10 a. m-. stmr Daisy Gadsby, Smith, 66
hours from Wlllapa; 965,000 feet lumber to S.
S. Freeman.
8:30 -a. m.. stmr City of Topeka. Zeh. 20
hours from Eureka; passengers aud merchandise
to Pacific Coast Steamship company.
9:45 a. m.. stmr Yale, Bartlett, 18 honrs 40
minutes from Sun Pedro; passengers and mer
chandise to Pacific Navigation company.
0:45 a. m., stmr Asuncion. Bridgett. 4 days
from Vancouver; ballast to Standard Oil com
pany.
10 a. m., stmr Bandon, Rosenblad, 43 hours
from Bandon; 400,000 feet lumber to A. F. tfsta
brook. j
♦J *
Weather Report
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United States Department of Agriculture,
Weather Bureau, San Francisco, February 10.
RAINFALL DATA
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8.90
3.96
2.79
1.81
4.79
4.35
3.44
27.
15.:
11.1
8.96
5.72
5.60
11.98
9.19
5.97
20.44
7.13
4.29
9.37
6.OS
4.57
2.05
O.S7
7.14
2.83
2.57
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following tables the maximum and mini
mum temperatures and rainfall are given:
STATIONS
3 a
m 1
a i
a ai
& r,
M _
t X
% 5!
H 3
Qf T.
* n
"3
j.
t;
3'
3
STATIONS
£ * *
m £" S
g S- 5"
5 2 :
£■ AT •
* c :
waaer
Boise
Pel Monte....
Eureka
Flagstaff
Fresno
Helena
Honolulu ....
12 .00
22 .00
42 .00
44 .00
22.00
42.00
12 .10
68.00
32 .00
-4 .00
52.00!
... .00!
20 .00i
44|.00i
40!.O0i
52!.16
181.00
471.001
Red Bluff....
Reno ».
Roseburg ....
Sacramento' ..
Salt Lake
San Diego
L.
E. I
.00
eles..
ispiKaup
.00
Id ...
,*Sumralt I
Tacoma I
Tatoosh

eau. .
jTonopah
j Walla Walla.
«*Lt'.
Yuma
•Snow on ground 62 Inches.
EASTERN STATIONS
Abilene
Atlantic City.
Boston
Buffalo
Charleston ...
Chicago
Denver
Des Moines...
Dodge City...
Dulnth
Durango
Eastport
Galveston ...
Green Bay...
Hatteras
Havre
Huron
Jacksonville .
Kansas City..
401.00
221.00
2'.00
61.00
461.00
221.00
28 .02
24 .00
20.00
4 .02
IP .00
-1O.00,
I 56 .48!
4 .001
44 .00;
12 .001
161. oo!
481.001
321.00;
IKnoxvllle ...1441 2<
Louisville ... J42 2i
| Memphis 146 3!
j Montgomery . J66J 41
Montreal I.. 1-1!
i Moorbead .. ..|24 l:
I New Orleans. [72 4;
iSew York 24 1
!North Platte. 441 l:
iOklahoma .. .'46! 3
Pittsburg ....|36 1
IRoswell M 3:
»t 40 _
!St. Paul m V
! Tampa 76 4
jToledo 32 1
(Washington .36 2
'Winnipeg 12
!,00
i.S"*
.04
1.00
.00
i.nr.
.06
•ALASKA STATIONS
Eagle
Nome
Sitka
-281.00 Tanana I Ij -4
-21.00 Valdes !32 ...
32|.04 { I
•Reports of yesterday.
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The pressure continues high on the Pacific
coast north of the Tehachapl. There has been
no rain in California, Nevada. Oregon or Wash
ington. A moderate depression overlies Arizona
and light rain has fallen in that state. Light
snow has fallen in Colorado, but otherwise the
weather ln the western states Is clear and pleas
ant. A small disturbance overlies the lake
region, but the precipitation has been light.
Fair weather prevails on the Atlantic coast.
There have been no Important changes ln
temperature, except ln Michigan and Wiscon
sin, where it is much warmer. At New York
there has been a fall of 13 degrees. Tempera
tures are below freezing point in all the north
Atlantic states.
In California temperatures continue high.
FORECAST
Forecaat made at San Francisco for 30 hours
ending midnight Tuesday, February 11, 1913:
For San FraneUco aod vicinity—Cloudy Tues
day, with fog in the morning; moderate east
wind
For Santa Clara valley—Fair Tuesday, with
fog in the morning; light north wind.
For Sacramento valley—Fair Tuesday; mod
erate north wind.
For San Joaquin valley—Cloudy Tuesday, with
fog: light north wind.
For California south of the Tehachapl—Cloudy
Tuesday; showers ln the mountains; moderate
south winds.
A. G. McADIE. District Forecaster.
DAILY RIVER BULLETIN
SACRAMENTO, Feb. 10.—Observations taken
at 7 a. m. today:
** •;- ' " !
-'....
.... .
• * .-;,- ■
STATIONS
2 SB
2 _, _- w
rw I*
: I I £
ll I
f!
■•'. ■
• •
Hacramento Watershed —
Kennett, Sacramento river..'
Red Bluff, Sacramento river
Saint John. Stony creek
Jacinto, Sncramento river...
Colusa, Sacramento river...
Knights Landing. Sacto riv.
Oroville. Feather river
Marysville, Yuba river
Nlrolaus, Feather river
Folsom, American river
Sacramento, Sacto. river
Rio Vieta. Sacramento river
San Joaquin Watershed —
Jacksonville, Tuolumne river
Me lone*, Stanislaus river...
Lathrop. San Joaqnln river.
Jenny Und, Calaveras river.
Electra, Mokelumne river...
25.0
23.0
12.0
21.0
20.0
18.0
25.0
30.0
25.0
1.0*
3.8-
7.8-
7.0-
2.2-
7.0-
3.0-
3..*>»
11.3-
6.2-
•0.1
—0.0
—0.0
O.O
—0.1
—0.1
—0.2
—O.O
—0.1
•o.i
—0.1
•0.3
20.6
13.0
20.0
17.0
10.0
12.0
12.0
0.6-
0.1-
0.7-
0.0
0.3-
—0.0
—0.0
—0.0
Bensons Ferry Mokelumne..
•Indicates a rise. —Indicates a fall.
RIVER FORECAST
The rivers of both watersheds will continue to
fall during the next two days.
N. R. TAYLOR, Local Forecaster.
10:10 a. m.. stmr St. Helens. Jamteson, 37
hours from Pan Pedro; ballast to E. J. Dodge
A Co.
10:10 a. m.. stmr Norwood. Knudsen, B8
hours from Grays Harbor; bound south, put ln
for fuel and passengers.
10:20 a. m., stmr Carmel, Hardwiek. 41
hours from San Pedro; ballast to Sudden &
Chrlstensen.
10:40 a. m., stmr Mayfair. Pantsen, 69 hours
from Willap* harbor; 700.000 Teet lumber to
Pacific Box factory.
11 a. m.. stmr Leelanaw. Sears. 02 hours from
Seattle; 2,200 tons coal to Western Fuel com
pany.
11:10 a. m.. stmr Santa Clara. Jessen. —
hours from San Diego, via San Pedro — hours.
via Port San Luis 21 hours: passengers and mer
chandise to North Pacific Steamship company.
11:50 a. m., stmr Mlssourlan, Lyons, 10 days
from Sallna Cruz, via San Diego; merchandise
to Williams, Dimood A Co.
12:20 p. m.. stmr Mandalay. Johnson, 42 hours
from San Pedro; ballast to Hobbs, Wall A Co.
12:25 p. m.. Stmr Nome City, Hansen. 88
hours from Everett; 860.000 feet lumber to
Charles Nelson company.
2 p. m., stmr Paralso, Jacobson, 60 hours from
Columbia river; bound south, put In for fuel
and passengers.
2:lo p. m.. stmr Santa Monica. Olsen, 26
The New "OLYMPIC"
FITTED WITH
DOUBLE SIDES
AND ADDITIONAL
WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS
EXTENDING FROM THE
BOTTOM to the TOP
OF THE VESSEL
Will Sail from A *1 1 9 M Q And Regularly
NEW YORK April i_>-lfiay O Thereafter
AMERICAN LINE RED STAR LINE
_ _. - __, . London. Pari", via Dover—Antwerp
N.Y.-Plymooth-Cherbonrs-Sootfcampton UfUITr _TID I IIIF
Philadelphia—Qneenatown—Liverpool WHI 11 O I All LINt
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE m
■* ' wl ™ ■ ■•* • waaaaae waa ■ hiiih Bontoa—ftneenato—a—Liverpool
New York—-London Direct N. V. & Boaton—Mediterranean—Egrypt
Paelflc Coaat Agency, 319 Geary St.—Ph. Kearny 3265, op. St. Francis Hotel, S. F.
hours from Eureka; bound south, put in for fuel
and passengers.
2:40 p. m., stmr Damara. Watson, 88 hours
from Tacoma: merchandise to W. R. Grace &
Co. (550.000 feet lumber, 4,400 tons coal. 1.800
tons wheat. 100 ton bran, 560 tons ore. 50 tons
flour, 540 tons paper).
3:10 p. in., stmr State of California, Alexan
der. 38 hours from San Diego, via Santa Barbara
10 hours; passeugers and merchandise to Pacific
Coast Steamship company.
5:25 p. ni.. stmr Northland. Bodge. 10 bourn
from Port San Luis: ballast to E. J. Dodge & Co.
CLEARED
Monday. February 10.
Stmr Queen. Hannah, San Diego; Pacific Coast
Steamship eompanv.
Stmr Vale. Bartlett. San Pedro; Pacific Navi
gation company.
Stmr Buekman. Griffith. Seattle; Alaska Pa
cific Steamship company.
SAILED
Sunday, February 9.
7:lopp.mr. r atmr Maverick. Spencer, Seattle.
Monday. February 10.
12:20 p. m., stmr Bear, Nopander. San Pedro.
12:20 p. m., stmr F. A. Kllburn. McLellao,
Eureka.
2:15 p. m.. stmr Queen, Hannah. San Diego.
4 p. m., stmr Buekman, Griffith, Seattle and
Tacoma.
4:10 p. m., atmr Santa Monica, Olsen, San Pe
dro.
4:15 p. m.. stmr Yale. Bartlett. San Pedro.
5:35 p. m., stmr Paralso. Jaeohsen. San Pedro.
5:45 p. m., bktn Fullerton, Fielden, Port San
Luis. In tow tug Defiance.
5:55 p. m., stmr Argyll, Lucas. Seattle.
7 p. m., stmr Nehalem. Tietjen. Portland.
7:20 p. m., stmr Redondo, Erlckson. Coos Bay.
7:25 p. m., stmr Norwood. Knudsen, San Pedro.
TELEGRAPHIC
POINT LOBOS. Feb. 10, 10 p. m.— Weather
thick; wind NW; veloaMy 12 miles an hour.
WEATHER REPORTS
POINT LOBOS, Feb. 10. 9 a. m.—Thick; wind
NE; veloeltv 6 miles an hour.
POINT REYES, Feb. 10, 0 a. m.— Foggy; wind
NW: veloelty 14 miles an hour.
FARALLONKS-*. Feb. 10. 9 a. m.—Cloudy; wind
N; velocity 16 miles an hour.
POINT LOBOS. Feb. 10. 12 na.—Thick; wind
NE; velocity 0 miles an hour.
POINT REYES, Feb. 10. 12 m.—Foggy; wind
NW: velocity 10 miles an hour.
TATOOSH. Feb. 10, 12 m.—Clear; wind E;
velocity 24 miles an hour.
NORTH HEAD, Feb. 10. 12 m.—Clear; wind
S; veloeltv 2 miles an hour; bar smooth.
POINT LOBOS, Feb. 10, 3 p. m.— Foggy; wind j
W; velocity 7 miles an hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
RAYMOND—Arrived Feb. 9—Stmr Raymond,
hence Feb. 6. Feb. 10—Stmr Qulnanlt, heace
Feb. 7: bktn Echo, hence Feb. 1.
FORT BRAGG—Arrived Feb. 10—Stmr Arctic,
hence Feb. 9.
ASTORIA—SaiIed Feb. 10. 3 a. m.—Stmr
Willamette, for San Francisco.
Arrived Feb. 10, 7 a. m.—Br stmr Twicken
ham, from Victoria: stmr Fort Bragg, hence Feb.
7; 9 a. m., stmr Alliance, from Eureka via Coos
Bay: stmr Hoqnlnm, hence Feb. 7.
GAVlOTA—Arrived Feb. o—Scbr Monterey, ln
tow tug Navigator, from Monterey.
UMPQUA—SaiIed Feb. 9—S"chr Lily, for San
Francisco.
TATOOSH—Passed Feb. 10. 6:20 a. m.—Stmr
President, hence Feb. 8 for Seattle. Feb. 9. 4:30
p. m.—Stmr Col. E. L- Drake, from Seattle for
San Francisco.
WILLAPA HARBOR—Arrived Feb. 9—Stmr
Raymond, hence Feb. 6: bktn Echo, hence Feb. J.
EFREKA—Arrived Feb. 10, * a. m.—Stmr
North Fork, stmr Ravalli, hence Feb. 8.
Sailed Feb. 10, 12 m.—Stmr Phoenix, for San
Francisco; stmr Katherlne, for San Pedro; 2
p. m.. stmr Wellesley, for San Pedro; 2 p. m.,
stmr Bowdoin, for San Pedro.
BANDON—Arrived Feb. 10. 2 a. m.—Stmr
Klyn, stmr Speedwell, hence Feb. 8; 12:30
. stmr Elisabeth, hence Feb. 8.
RSHFIELD—SaiIed Feb. 9, 1:30 p. m.—
Alliance, for Astoria,
lved Feb. 0, 3 p. m.—Stmr Nann Smith,
ed Feb. 10, 3 p. m.—Stmr Nann Smith,
stmr Hardy, stmr (new) San Ramon, for San
Francisco.
VENTURA—Arrived Feb. 10, 7:30 a. m.—Stmr
Novo, from San Pedro.
Sailed Feb. 10, 11 a. m.—Stmr Noyo, for
Hneneme.
SEATTLE—Arrived Feb. 9—-S*tmr Thomas L.
Wand, hence Feb. 4. Feb. 10 —Stmr President,
hence Feb. 8.
Kled Feb. 9 —Stmr Northwestern, for Skag-
Feb. 10—Br stmr Makura. for Vancouver.
COMA —Arrived Feb. 9—Jap stmr Panama
. from Victoria. »
Sailed Feb. o—Stmr0 —Stmr Falcon, for San Francisco.
Arrived Feb. 10—Br stmr Craftsman, from
Victoria; stmrs Thomas L. Wand, Wasp, Eureka.
Senator, U. S. stmr Fox, fishing stmr Zapora
and Jap. stmr Panama Maru. from Seattle.
Sailed Feb. 10—STmri Thomas L. Wand and
Wasp, for Everett; U. S. stmr Fox, for Bremer-
MONTEREY—SaiIed Feb. 9. «:15 a. m.—Stmr
W. 8. Porter, for Portland.
Arrived Feb. 10. 6:30 a. m.—Stmr W. F. Her
rln, from Portland.
EL SEGFNDO—SaiIed Feb. 10. 2:30 a. m.—
Tug Dauntless, with barge 91 ln tow, for San
Diego.
POINT REYES—Passed Feb. 10. 10:45 a. m.—
Stmr Paralso. from Portland for San Pedro.
FARALLONES—Passed Feb. 10, 12 m.—Stmr
Ibrlel, from San Pedro for Umpqua: urnu
ily) W. F. Herrin, from Astoria for San
co. bound in.
ttDEEN—Arrived Feb. 9. 3 p. m.—Stmr
Dollar, from San Pedro. Feb. 10, 10
-Stmr Tamalpals, stmr Grays Harbor,
"*eb. 7.
1 Feb. 10. 3 p. m.—Stmr Cbehalls. for
inrlsco; sehr Robert Searlea, for Honolulu.
DlEGO—Arrived Feb. 10—Schr Transit,
■attle; stmr Nebraskan. from Sallna Cruz;
ultnomah, from San Pedro.
NEME— Arrived Feb. 10, 12 m.—Stmr
'rom Ventura.
ENWOOD—Arrived Feb. 9—Stmr Whltes
ence Feb. 8.
led Feb. 10—Stmr Whltesboro, for San
co.
r SAN LT*!S—Arrived Feb. 10—Stmr
from Portland: stmr Whlttier, from Ven
p*. m.. stmr Catania, from Seattle.
1 Feb. 10, 5 p. m.—Stmr Oleum, for San
co.
Ed Feb. 10. 6 a. m.—Btmr Coos Bay.
j Feb. 10, 2 p. m.—Stmr Coos Bay, for
dro.
r MOODY—Sailed Feb. 10—Stmr W/shte
>r Port Pan Lai a.
YORK—Arrived Feb. B—Stmr Alllanea. '<
»lon. Feb. 9 —Br stmr Chlmu, from Anto
-1 Feb. 2—Stmr El Segundo, for San Fran-
I HENRY—Passed Feb. 9—Ship Wm. P. |
Rom Baltimore for San Francisco.
ILA—Arrived Feb. B—Stmr Siberia, hence
via Honolulu and Yokohama.
r ALLEN—Sailed Feb. 7—Stmr Hyades, |
Francisco.
DLULU—Sailed Feb. 10—Br ship Wm. T.
for Sydney heads.
.ADELPHIA—Arrived Feb. 10—Stmr Me
>. from Antwerp. ,
VYORK—- Arrived Feb. 10—Stmr Laconla. j
spies.
,ES—Arrived Feb. 7—Stmr Venezla, from
irk for Marseille.
IVEUP—Arrived Feb. B—Stmr Vaderland.
ew York.
L—Arrived Feb. B—Stmr Detmold, from
incisco.
iGOW—Arrived Feb. 9—Stmr Cartblgin- j
*>m Philadelphia.
STIANSAND—SaiIed Feb. B—Stmr United
from Copenhagen for New York.
■)A—Sailed Feb. 9—Stmr R« d'ltalla, for
ilOl'TH—Arrived Feb. 10—Stmr Kronprin
"■ecilie. from New York for Bremen.
RE—Sailed Feb. B—Stmr Niagara, for
dEN—Arrived Feb. B—Stmr Prlnx Fried
ilhelm. from New York.
TEVlDEO—Arrived prior Feb. 10—Stmr
from Tacoma.
oHAMA—Arrived prior Feb. 10 —Stmr
Maru. from Tacoma.
TTTA—Arrived prior Feb. 10—Stmr
ene. from Portland, Ore.
sNSTOWN—Arrived Feb. 10—Stmr Cym
n New York for Liverpool, and proceeded.
SOUTHAMPTON—SaiIed Feb. 10—Stmr Presi
dent Grant, for New York.
CHERBOURG—SaiIed Feb. 9—Stmr George
Washington, for New York.
PALERMO —Sailed Feb. B—Stmr Princess
Irene, for New York.
S:illert Feb. 9—Stmr Canada, for New York.
ALEXANDRIA—SaiIed Feb. 10—Stmr Cedrie.
for New York.
FOREIGN PORTS
SWANSEA—SaiIed Jan. 21—Stmr Korrigan,
111. for Santa Rosalia.
IQLlQUE—Arrived Jan. 30— Br stmr Leeds,
City, from Buenos Aires. j
CHILIAN PORT—Sailed Jan. 26—Br stmr
Cairnhlll, for Baltimore. i
MANEANILLO—Arrived Feb. 9—Nor stmr j
Cnzco. from Iqnlqne.
HOBART—Arrived Feb. 7—Scbr Watson A.
West, from Grays Harbor. |
MOUNTAIN ROAD
PLAN IS FAVORED
San Joaquin Auto Club Seeks
Support for Bills Asking
State Aid
Scenic Route Into Alpine
County Indorsed — Good
win Returns From East
LEON J. PINKSON
Realizing the almost Inestlmahle
value that has resulted from its good
roads by attracting scores of motor
car tourists, San Joaquin county Is
getting behind the bills now pending
before the legislature calling for an
appropriation of $100,000 to complete
the Alpine state highway. This boule
vard starts from the famous Calaveras
big trees, traverses Calaveras, Amador,
Alpine and El Dorado counties, con
necting with the Lake Tahoe state
highway. Another branch Joins with
the Sonora and Mono state highway.
All these mountain counties practically
border on San Joaquin, and should
the highway bills pass*. Stockton will
find Itself as the starting poft»t of one
of the most scenic roads in the country.
In addition to the Stockton Chamber
of Commerce, the realty board and
several other civic bodies, the bills
have been indorsed by the San Joaquin
Automobile club and members of the
latter organization have sent out an
appeal to the motorists of the state
urging them to work for the passage
of the bills-, for It will mean the
opening of a highway into one of the
most scenic sections of the Sierra
mountains.
It is reported that Amador county
stands ready to run an improved high
way down to San Joaquin if the latter
county will extend out to meet It, and
there appears to be little doubt that the
energetic residents of San Joaquin will
avail themselves of the opportunity
should the bills carry.
Dillon Back From Shown- —Harvey
Goodwin of the Dillon-Goodwin com
pany, distributer of the Moon line, re
turned yesterday from a visit to the
Chicago show, the Moon factory in St.
Louis and a visit to the New Orleans
Mardi Gras. Goodwin reports the Chi
cago show a huge success, and he says
the features of the exhibit was the
almost universal adoption of electric
starters and lighting systems. Wire
wheels also figured prominently ln the
display. At the Moon factory he
found things in splendid condition and
saw several carloads of new types of
Moon cars headed for the coast. Some
of these models are equipped with wire
wheels.
Penlnanla Road In Bad Shape—Wil
liam Larzalere, the prominent local
commission merchant, clubman and
Winton owner, made a short run into
the Los Gatos country on Sunday, mak
ing the trip down via Oakland. He
returned to the city by way of the
peninsula and reports' the roads on this
side, as a result of the highway con
struction, in deplorable condition. He
suggests that for the time being mo
torists who are anxious to make time
and save their tempers had better con
line their touring to the Oakland
route.
• # # *
Auto Firms In Temporary Quartern —
The Winton Motor Car company and
S. G. Chapman, Hudson and Hupmo
bHe distributers, are now located tem
porarily in the Heald building at Mc-
Allister and Polk streets. The firms
were forced out of their old quarters
to make way for the civic center
buildings, and the home which they
are to occupy jointly at Van Ness ave
nue and Sutter street will not be ready
for them until about April.
Death Clalma Llna' Father —Tele-
graphic advices received from Lock
port, N. V., yesterday by L. W. San
born of the United Motors San Fran
cisco company told of the death of
Fred C. Linz, father of Fred Linz, head
of the United Motors San Francisco
company. Mr. Linz was well advanced
in years and had been ill for some
time. Fred Linz Is now en route home
from a visit in the east, and Sanborn
was unable to notify him yesterday
of the sad tidings.
PUNTA ARENAS'—Sailed Feb. . Per etmr
Setos. for Hamburg.
VANCOTTVE It—Arrived Feb. 9—Br stmr Cen
turion, from Victoria; Br stmr James Carrutbers,
from Victoria.
Sailed Feb. 10—Stmr Washtenaw, for Port San
Luis.
TOCOPILLA—SaiIed Jan. 31—Ger stmr Adorna,
for San Francisco.
MAZATLAN—SaiIed Feb. 7—Stmr Peru, for
San Francisco. Feb. s—Stmr5 —Stmr Seward, for San
Pedro, in tow tng Sea Rover; expects to arrive
at San Pedro Feb. 15.
SANTA ROSALlA—Arrived Feb. s—Br ship
Port Caledonia, from Hamburg. ,
ST. HELENS—Passed prior Feb. 9— Br stmr
Harpeak. from Baltimore for Manila..
SYDNEY—SaiIed Feb. B—Stmr Ventura, for
San Francisco.
HONGKONG—SaiIed f b. s—Jap stmr Mexico
Mani. for Puget sound.
BALBOA—Sailed Feb. M— Stmr City of Sydney,
for San Fruncisco.
YOKOHAMA—Arrived Feb. B—Br stmr Belle
rophon, from Puget sound.
Memoranda
The stmr Pasadena, bound to Oakland this
morning. Feb. 10, was In collision with the ferr.v
stmr Piedmont off Goat island: the Pasadena had
some of deckload of lumber damaged; Piedmont
uninjured.
SEATTLE. Feb. 10.—The stmr Wasp, at this
port, broke low pressure crankpln.
The sound stmr Sioux collided with and cracked
stern of steamer Admiral Sampson at Tacoma
this morning during a dense fog; the Sioux was
undamaged.
NORTH fe
GERMAN ■
LLOYD ■
Express Sailings Tuesdays fflH
Fast Mail Sailings Thursdays Smß
For SOI
LONDON-PARIS-BREMEN I
Sailings on BATTRPAYS for
THE MEDITERRANEAN I
WINTER CRUISES to the ■
PANAMA CANAL IMB
and n&Bn
WEST INDIES H|
FEB. CO, MARCH 27 H
By the 8, S. "Grosser Kurfuerst" JB
OELRICKS Sc CO., General Agents H
5 Broadway, N. Y. _■■
ROBERT CAPELLE, G. A. P. C, BE
250 Powell st., opp. St. Francis I
Hotel, San Francisco. ■___
TeK Kearny_4794. Home C 3725. JW
FRENCH LINE
CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQTTE
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE—PARIS
Sailing Every Thursday and Saturday.
FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE
Every Thursday at 10 a. m.
La Provence.. Feb. 20 | La Provence.Mar. 20
France Feb. 27 j France Mar. 27
La Tourainc.Mar. 8 I La Toura!ne..Apr. 3
La I,orralne. .Mar. 13 ' La Lorraine. .Apr. 10
FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE
Every Saturday at 3 p. m.
Rochambeau..Mar. 8 CMcago . .-**".. Apr. 12
Chicago Mar. IS Caroline Apr. 28
Niagara ....Mar. 22. Niagara Apr. 28
Rochainbean..Apr. ." Rochambeau..May 3
FtJGAZI BROS.. Pacific Coast Managers, 630
Moatgomery Street, San Francisco
CABIN OFFICE, 878 MARKET STREET.
PARIS—LONDON—ROTTERDAM. ▼
• Twin-Screw Sailings Tuesday, 10 a. m. «
f 'Ryndam-Mar, lilt New Amsterdam. Feb. 25 *
s tßotfrdam.Mar.lBl*Noordam March «
} *Via Boulogne, tplymouth A Boulogne
• Pacific Coast Office. 319 Geary atreet.
MORE LABOR MEN FREED
Federal Court Approves Ball for Three
Leavenworth Prisoners
(Special Dlapatcb to The Call**
CHICAGO, Feb. 10.—Bail for three
more of the labor men found guilty ln
Indianapolis of conspiracy to transport
explosives illegally were approved to
day by Judge Francis E. Baker, pre
siding in the United States circuit
court of appeals Tho men affected
were James E Ray of Peoria, 111!, bond
$10,000; Edwin Smythe of Peoria. Ill
bond $30,000, and J. E. Barry of St.
Louis, bond $40,000.
RAILWAY MAGNATE ILL
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla.. Feb. 10 —
Henry M. Flagler, virtual owner of the
Florida East Coast railway, is said to
be critically 111 here. His friends de
cline to affirm or deny the reports.
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
i i _j r^i
Berth and Meals Included ln Fare
LEAVE FROM PIERS 9 AND 11
Loa Ansa lea, San Clego, * Santa Barbara
President Feb. 17; Mar. 3. 2 p. to.
Queen Feb. 34. 2 p. m.
•State of Cal..Feb. 13, 20, 27; Mar. 6. 11 a. m.
•Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
Seattle < Direct i, Tacoma, Townseid,
Victoria, Vancouver, Alaska
President or Governor. .Feb. 22, Mar. 1, lit. m.
Queen Feb. 15, 11 a. m.
Umatilla Feb. 11. 25, 2 p. m.
Senator or City of Puebla Feb. 18, 2 p. m.
Eureka (Humboldt Bay) ,
Topeka...Feb. 12, 16, 21, 23; Mar. 2, 6, IS noon
Alaska Crimes, 1913. Leave Seattle
Spokane..June IS; July 2, 16. 30; Aug. 13, 10 p.m.
Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES—PaIace Hotel, 653 Markat
street, 18 Market street and Broadway wharf.
Telephone Kearny 492.
OAKLAND—I22O Broadway; tel. Oakland 5680.
BERKELEY—2I2S Bhattuck ay.; tel. Berk. 44.
C. D. DUN ANN, Passenger Traffic Manager.
'THE."MiI Hi II IHIII|
**& j Portland Los Angeles |
*5» I BEAR Rose City I
Sails 12 noon Sails 11 a. m. I
Ah# Friday. Saturday ii
7^ February 14. February 15. I
RPAR First class. First class, I
■*,7"" $10, $12. $15. $7.35. $8.85. I
BEAVER Second class, Second class. U
ROSE CITY Bertb - 8 "- 1 Mm! * deluded, fl
TICKET OFFICES »|
m£ sANFpns¥«
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r*_ ACIFIC MAIL, __»__. g
%f HONOLULU, JHQJ
* Round Trip $110 -m- *
THE 810 FOUR— "Moagolli,"
"Manchuria," "Korea," "Siberia,"
Also "China." "Persia" and "Nlla" far
Honolulu. Japan Manila. China.
Next Sailing:
"MONGOLIA" Ftbmaiy 15
PANAMA LINE
For Mexico, Central America, Panama.
Connecting for Europe and South America.
Next sailing (passengers and freight):
"CITY OF PARA" Fetwnary 14
NEW EXPRESS, PASSENGER
and FREIGHT SERVICE DIRECT
FOR PANAMA AND NEW YORK
Next Sailing:
"AZTEC" (freight only) Ta*. II
Full Information at
General Office* 884 Flood Bid*.
Ticket Oflleea 723 Market St.
Phone Kearny 3620. j
®~~ AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
Regular Fast Frelflrht Servica
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
■ailing from New York every six days,
making* direct connections with Paciflo
steamers sailing from Salina *Cru«,
Mex., every s'x 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 12 days.
For rates and further particulars ap
ply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM. Gen
eral Agents. 8 Bridge street. Naw
York. WILLIAMS. DIMOND & CO.,
General Agents, Pacific Coast.
310 Sansome St.. San Francisco.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
8. S. Nippon Mara-Ulntermediate service saloon
accommodations al reduced rates)
„..Friday, February 21, 1813
S. 8. Tenyo Maru Saturday. March 1. 1913
S. S. Shinyo Maru (new), via Manila direct
Saturday, March 22, 1913
8.8. Chlyo Maru Saturday, April 19. 1913
Steamers sail from company's pier. No. 34.
near foot of Brannan St.. at 1 p. m., for Yoko
hama and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Kobe
(Hiogo) and Nagasaki and Shanghai, and con
necting at Hongkong with steamers for Manila,
India, etc. No cargo received on board on day
of sailing. Ronnd trip tickets at reduced rates.
For freight and passage apply at office, fourth
floor "Western Metropolis National Bank build
ing. 825 Market »t. W. H. AVERY.
Asslstsnt General Manager.
SYDNEY sho"t line
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPLENDID TWIM SCREW 10.000-ton aleameni
"SIERRA." "SONOMA" and "VENTURA."
$110 HONOLULU .SSStfrSSI SYDNEY $300
ROUND THE WORLD—S6OO first cabin; $3«0
second cabin, via Ceylon, Egypt, Italy, etc. Lib
eral stopovers.
Honolulu Sailings—Feth, 11. 25, etc., 2 p. m.
Sydney Sailings—Feb. 11, Mar. 11, etc.. 2 p. m.
Write or wire NOW for berths. Send for
folder. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., 673 Market
street; pkone Sutter 648.
AUSTRALIA
AND NEW ZEALAND
Sydney via Tnhltl and Wellington
S. 8. TAHITI (12.000 tons) sails 11 a. m.. Mar. I
8. 8. MOANA Il0.(i*») tons) sails 11 a. in., April 2
8. 8. AORANGI (9.000 tons) sails 11 a.m.. Apl 30
UNION 8. ». CO. OF N. _.. Lt4.
HIND, ROLPH A CO., General Agents.
Tel. Doug. 3100. Ticket Office. 679 Market Bt.
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I TICKET OFFlCl^i7n^T_TN*ill^l
yWO M*t*»t SL, t.F. H^^j^mjJ
■iniini 111 II ss - WILHELMINA sails Feb.
nUnULIJLU l-'th. SS. HONOLILAN s«i!s
Feb. 18th. SS. LURLINE sails
March 4th. New steamers, 13.000 tons displace
ment. Leave Pier No. 38. Round trip, $110 and
up. Direct service to the Yolcaao.
MATSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
2<jS Market Street* San Fraaciaca j
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