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TAHITI ARRIVES
FROM ANTIPODES
Union Steamship Company's
Liner Brings Large Num
ber of Passengers
Cargo Includes New Zealand
Meat and Butter for
British Columbia
The Union Steamship company's liner
'Tahiti, Captain Evans, arrived yester
day from Sydney with 160 passengers
and a large cargo. The Tahiti did not
reach quarantine quite as early as ex
pected as the result of encountering
heavy northerly gales. It was about
i o clock p. m. before the liner came
to an anchor and 4 o'clock before the
passengers landed. As the delay gave
tne passengers an opportunity to have
luncheon before disembarking, the
wind that held back the ship was gen
"ally regarded as a good Yrlend.
The Tahiti's cargo included 87 boxes
or butter, 432 boxes of alligator pears,
*"a shipments ot copra, cocoanuts, tin,
vanilla and hardwood lumber.
For shipment to Victoria and Van
couver the Tahiti brought Tβ© pieces
or New Zealand mutton and 5,800 boxes
of butter. Neither of these products is
admitted into the United States, but
they find a ready market in British
Columbia.
Among the passengers on the Tahiti
JT er « » number of tourists from Tahiti.
The Tahiti passengers included Mies A.
fcalmon, a princess of the once royal
family of the tropical island which is
now a French colony. Mr. and Mrs.
w. Dwmoud, both well known on the
•tage, returned on the Tahiti after
more than two year*" touring in the
antipodes. Noah Rogers ef l<os Gatos,
who haa been traveling for his health,
returned on the lrner.
There were 68 passengers in the
steerage.
The cabin passengers included:
W. Adams. C. Adams, 3. Bacon, J. Brander.
W. Brander, H. Colee, Mr*. H. Olw, Sire. R. de
O*ro, R. Deoney, Mrs. U. Denney, W. Deemoad,
Mrs. W. Desmond, P. Diamond, W. Trollett,
*t>«. V. Duncaa, B. Duncan, A. Dunnabeck.
Colonel J Harrison, Mrs. J. Harrison Dr. U.
Hersch, Miss J. Marshall. Mrs. C. McMillan,
Max Montesole, Mrs. M. Monresole and Infant
3. Murtaph. Mrs. J. Mwrphy, G. Nicnol, Mrs. C,
Naton. Miss A. Peterson. l>. Le Pioain, Dr. W.
Lieutenant E. Rhodes. Noah Rogers, Miss
A. Salmon, J, Stark. Mm. J Stark. G. Stevens,
M. Thompson. Miss C. Turner, K. Warren Mrs.
!. Warren, R. Winning:. Mrs. B. Winning, Mrs.
W. Williams, L. Woronick and F. Zelt.
Pern Will Sail Today For Panama
The Pacific Mail liner Peru will sail
today for Panama and way ports with
About 40 passengers and a full cargo.
Among the passengers will be M. Cas
tro, who arrived here on the City of
Para to be secretary of the Salvadoran
oonsulate. He didn't like his job and
is going back to the re% r olution belt.
Nippon Mam Will Sail Today
The Japanese liner Nippon Maru.
Captain Alfred Stevens, will sail at 1
O'clock this afternoon for China and
Japan. The liner will carry a full
cargo, 45 passengers in the cabin and
about 100 Asiatics in the steerage. Dr.
Reynold Mapee goes out as surgeon of
the liner.
Chnnge of Master*
Steamer Bandon, Karl Rosenblad, old
master, John Lindberg, new master.
Water Front Notes
Receipts of lumber yesterday by cca v
amounted to 1,903,000 feet.
The navy collier Saturn arrived yes
terday from Corinto and proceeded di
rect to Mare island after passing quar.
antine.
The liner Acapulco left Panama Feb
ruary 19 for this port.
The liner Persia, which is due Mon
day from the orient, was 1,625 miles
from bere at 8 o'clock p. m. February
19.
NEWS OF THE OCEAN
Shipment of Petroleum
The British tank steamer Tamarac was cleared
for Borneo yesterday with 2.037,000 gallons of
refined petroleum, valued at $91,6*65.
Barley Carrier Clears
The French bark Dine d'Aumale was cleared
for Queens town, for orders, yesterday with Cβ,
--917 centals of barley, valued at $100,500.
Experts by the Para
The steamer City of Para sailed for Balboa
FYiday with cargo valued st $128,704, to be dis
tributed a> follows: For Central America. $75,
--283; Mexico, $28,466: Germany, $22,331; Bel
gium, $800; Holland, $634; Peru, $100. The fol
lowing were the principal exports:
To Central Ameriea-~4.254 bbla Cour. 5,015
fall and 13 cs wise, 102 cs and 1 bbl whisky,
34,580 lbs rice, 654 cs canned goods, 3,440 lbs
tea, 8 tons malt, 5.692 lbs aod 155 bx* raisins.
6,218 lbs dried fruit, 18,330 lbe lard, 2,304 lbs
bams and bacon. 1,204 lbs cheese, 100 bales hay,
TO pk*» freeb fruits, 242 pkg« potatoes, 217 cc
Sainton, 16,320 lbe codfish. 2.336 lbs beans.
67.730 lbs tallow, 108 tons fertiliser, 789,100 ft
lamber, 5,213 cc and 12 drama kerosene, 40 bbls
and 34 cs oils, 120 pkgs machinery, 21 rolls and
4 cf leather, 4.&40 sks cement, 45 kegs powder,
17.156 lb§ rosin. 4.002 lbs wax.
To Mexico—s.39o lbs eodfleb, 662 lbs cheese,
181 e« canned goeds, 220 pkgs fresh fruits, 4.024
3bs and 2 cc dried fruit. 554 lb* hams and bacon,
283 pkf« potatoes. 1,000 lbe rice. 5,157 lbs and
50 bx» raisins, 42 os salmon, 2,000 lbs sugar,
l.we gale wine, 79 cc and 11 bbls oils, 5 pkfrs
machinery, 53,785 ft lamber, 660 fks cement, 20
colls rope.
To Germany—s33,43o Id* pnjOM, 4,769 lbe tb
liila beana.
To Belgium—ll.ooo lbs dried apricots.
To Holland—B,2so lbs prunes, 2,063 lbs dried
aprleota. ,
Nolle* to Mariner*
San Franctaco, February 10, 1913.
Ran Francisco harbor approaches:
Inside bar gas and whistling buoy, 2A, reported
•xtingulabed. February 18, will be relighted as
soon as practicable.
Presidio shoal pas buoy, HS, reported ex
tinialebed. February 18, will be relighted aa
soon as practicable.
C. and C. S. chart* 5532, 5530, 5500, 5600,
5503.
Lifbt Uit, Paciflc coast, 1912. pp. 14, 16, Nee,
38a, 33.
Buoy List. Paeifle coast, 1911, pp. 14. 15.
Coaat Pilot. Paciflc coast, 1909, pp. 76. 77.
Hamboldt bay entrance—North Jetty outer and
buoy 1, Brut class epar. reported adrift, Febru
ary* Iβ. will be replaced as coco as practicable.
C. and O. S. charts 5832, 5800.
Buoy List. Paciflc coast, 1911. p. 23.
By direction of tbe commissioner of light*
bounce. n. W. RHODE?, Inspector.
Branch h?dro*raphlc office, San Francisco, Feb
ruary 20. 1913.
Captain Johnson of the steamer Reward reports
to this office that February 16. in latitude N.
29 deg. 46 mln.. longitude w. 116 dep. 3 roln., he
lost a larire timber, which hi had been using- as
a drag (bis redder being lost). The timber
measured 2x2x60 feet and was weighted down
with chain and two coal tabs. It is dantreroue
te navigation. B. G. BARTHALOW,
lieutenant. TJ. 6. N., in charge.
Tonnasre Engweremente
The French bark General de Nejrrier is under
charter for lumber from Columbia river to a
direct nitrate port at 61* 3d. The schooner B. R.
West Is engaged fur the same business from
Orays Harbor to Valpiraino, for orders, at 655.
The schooner Andy Mahoney loads lumber on
Puiret sound for Santa Rosalia.
Tbe Norwegian steamer Mathilda Is under time
charter for 10 to tS months at t>s 3d, delivery
end redellvery Australia.
Array Traaaport*
The Buford Is at San Francisco.
The Crook is at San Francisco.
The Logan left Manila February 15 for this
port.
The Sheridan is in port.
The Sherman sailed February 5 for Manila.
Tbe Thomas left Manila February 2 for this
poft.
ADMINISTRATRIX RESIGNS
Court Will Not Accept Until Money Is
Paid Into Treenury
Representing that forgetfulness
rather than criminal Intent actuated
Mrs. Sarah J. Price to become adminis
tratrix of the $10,000 estate of the late
Frederick Kerr and to declare there
were no other heirs than herself, At
torney John It. Tyrrell yesterday pre
sented to Judgrc Mogan the woman's
resignation. The court refused to ac
cept it until Mrs. Price shall return
$300 which ehe has taken as fees for
la cervices. When this Is complied with
J* she will be relieved. Mrs. Price as
serted that she was the only heir to
the estate, but depositions recently re
ceived by Tyrrell showed the existence
of two sisters and a brother of deced
_ ent living in Canada.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Movements of Steamers )
TO ARRIVE
Ban IMego & Los Ang..|Geo. W. Elder.. (Feb. 21
Los Angeles direct lYale Feb. 21
Balboa A San Pedro... [Kansas City Feb. 21
San Diego & Los Ang.. I President Feb. 21
Los Angeles Hanelei Feb. 21
Los Anseles Falco* I Feb. 21
Puget Sound Porte ruiatilla -Feb. 22
Humboldi IF. A. KHburn... Fpb. 22
Fort BraBft iBninswlek Ke **- HH
Ran Dlesro & Loe Ang.. Harvard Feb. 22
Sal. Chm A San Diego. [Columbian Feb. 22
Portland A Astoria (Bear Feb. 22
Portland & Aetorla.... .IRoanoke Feb. 22
Humboldt iPhnenli Feb. 2.*
Portland & Astoria !Northland |Feb. *.*
Hamburg A War Ports.iSalfltls Feb. £
Seattle direct [Qneen Feb.
Tacorna lUarda ifeh. 2..
Seattle & Tacoma \dmlrl FarragutfFeh. ?J
Mendtvlno fk Sbel. Cows S*a Foam IFeh. 23
I/oa Aneeles (Vanguard Feb. -4
Grays Harbor (Centralia F '' b i,
Guaymas iJason ;Feh. 24
Grays Harbor iNprwood Feb. 24
Grays Harbor ]G. C. Llndauer. .JFeb. 24
China & Japan Persia £*■■ ~*
ffnmboldt City of Topeka. . iFeb. -4
San Diepo A Ixw Ang..1State of Cal...;Feb. 24
I/» Angeles & Way PtslSeota Ciara ...Feb. 24
Pan Diego ft Loe Ang-iVflle *>'>• 2 *
Balboa via Aeapalee .City of Sydney.. (Feb. »
Sal. Cruz & San Diego. Isthmian :Feb. 25
P»iff«t Sound Nebrasken jFeb. 21
Tocopllla jOberon ■ •;£«>• %■*
Antwerp ria San Pedro Crown .of Seril'.e Feb. Sβ
Loe Anpeles (Coronado ,Feb. Jβ
Honolulu !LurlIne jFeb. Zβ
lx)R Angeles direct Hsrrard IFeb. #>
Fort Bragg Arctic Jj>J>-
Balboa & Way Ports.. San Jose !F>h- *J
Point Arena & Albion.. Pomo jr*** *'
Port San Luis Com Bay Feb. 27
Sydney & Way Torts..!Ventura *>J>. 27
Seattle & Tacoma Ad. Sampeon %l
San Diego & Loe Ang. .|Koanoke IF>b. -T
TO SAIL
Date I
Steamer
i Destination ! Sells |]
Frh. 21!W«j=hiusrton . .JCoos Bay .. 5 pn>; JJJ
Feb. 21 Grays Harbor. .!Crays Harnor'U am. 19
Feb. 21Qulnault iWilUpa Bar.! 9 am, 27
Feb. 21 (City of Topeka.Huraboirtt ..12 m 11
Feb. 2llFelcon tPuget Sound. 5 pra 3»
Feb. 21!Yale ISan Diego... 4 pna "
Feb. 211 Nippon Maru... 'Hongkong ... 1 pro 3*
Feb. 21 ! rera !Balboa 12 mj 42
Feb. 2l!Oeo W. Elder. (Portland ,..110 am 13
Veb. 22Tanialpals Portland ...112 m 5}
Fob. 22Toos Bay Pt. San Luis. 4 pm 11
Feb. 22!Harvard fr><* Aneel«s.. 4 pm 7
Feb. 22'North Fork !HumboIdt ...113 tn 38
Feb. 22 Craftsmen 'MTerpool 1 «*> P™
Feb. 22 Bnckman IPuget SeuDrt. 3 pm 10
Fel> 22'PreRident 'Puget Sound.Ill am w
Feb. 22'Boanoke 'San Diego.. .1 7 pm If
Feh. 22 ! 'HanaW !Lo* Anpeles.. 3 pm! 10
Feb. 33'F. A. Kilburn. .|H«mbo!dt ...12 m 13
Feb. 23'Camioo jPortland ...10am 8
Feh. 23'Arctic Fort Bragg.. 3 pra ....
Feb. 23 Pome (Point Arena. 6 pm ; 8
Feb. 24 ! Vanguard Humboldt .. 11 am, 27
Feb. 24Centralla !U>« Aneele».|10 am! 51
Feb. 24!RocheIle ICooe Bay ,.J J pm] 2T
Feb. 24'Norwood fl.os Anjreles.l 2 pm!....
Feb. 24U'arda SHamburg ... 3 pm 19
Feh. 24'Queen !*an Piego... 2 ptn B
Feb. 24'Yale Los Angeles.. 4 pmf
Feb. 2.TSierra Honolulu ... 2 pm 21
Feb. 2.vrniatilla jPuget Sound.) 2 pm 9
Feb. 2."[Bear !Los Angeles.Ill am 40
Feb. 26 Coronado IGraye Harbor , 3 pro* 21
Fob. WPhoenix !Humboldt ..'10 UM 27
Feb. 2e Kansas City Portland ...|12 ml 40
FpIi. MjO. C Lindauer.|Graye Harbor! 2 pm; Iβ
Yfh. .r.'Sea Foam Point Arena. I 4 pm 4
Feb. 26'Brunswick 'Fort Bragg.. 3 pm
Fob. •.!<; Harvard Diego... 4 ptn 7
Feb. 2« i?anta Clara |Lo« Angelee.. 2 pm 13
Feh. 27 State of Cal...San Diepo... 11 am 9
Feb. 27 Nebraskan ....Saline Cru*.!l0am
Feb. 27 Northland Portland ...j 4 pm! 27
TO SAIL FBOM SEATTLE
Destination
I Pete
n & June«u ...!Bertha IMfc 24
& Way Porte. Curacao IFeb. 28
: Seward tNorthwest*rn .. |Feb. 28
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF XfARKET STREET
Pl«>r 8 Washington.Pier IT Union 1
Pier 5 JacbxonPJer 19 Union 2
Pier 7 PactflclPier 81 Filbert
Pier 9 Broadway l'Pier 23 Greenwich 1
Pier 11 Broadway 2!Pier 25 Greenwich 2
Pier IS ValleJn;Pier 27 Lombard
Pier 15 Green Tier SI Powell
SOUTH OF MARKET STREET
P!er 2 Mission liPier24 Spear
Pier 4 Mission 2iPier 28 Main
Pier « Howard l!P!er R4 Beale
Pier 8 Howard 2lPler 36 Fremont
Pier 10 Howard SlPier 38 First
Pier 12 Felsom l!Pler 401
Pier 14 Folsora 2!Pier 42 VP. M. S. S. Co.
Pier Iβ HarrinontPler 44 J .
Pier 20 . BtPuart'Pier 54 Fourth
Sun, Moon and Tide
United States coast and geodetic survey—Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission street wharf), add 25 minutes.
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21
Sun rises 6:33
Sun sets 5:56
Moon rises 6:52 p. m.
Last quarter moon February 27, at 1:06 p. m.
iTime Timel
Feb. I Ft J Ft
!H W| !L Wf
Tinsel
Ft Ft
21.. 0:06 Mlftlti 1.8111:87 6.216:01—0.5
22.. 0:41| 5.4 6:12 1.4 12:22 5.R 6:41 0.1
23.. 1:18! 5.6! 7:05 1.1 1:19 5.4 7:20 0.7
24.. 1:55| 5.6! 8:01 O.» 2:21 4.8 ! 7:58 1.8
25.. 2:34 6.7! 9:01 0.7 3:32 4.3 1 8:38 2.0
26.. 8:16! 5.7'10:10 0.71 4:«6 3.0! 9:19 2.5
2"..I 4:07! 5.011:27 0.5| 6:29 3.8'lO:ll 3.1
Time Ball
United States Branch H.vdrojrraphte Offlc*, Mer
chants' Exchange, Saa Francisco, February
20, 1913.
The time ball on the roof of tbe Fairmont hotel
was dropped today exactly at noon. Pacific stand
ard time (120 th meridian), or at Bh. 00m. 00s.
Greenwich mean time.
B. G. BARTHALOW.
Lieutenant. U. S. N.. in Charge.
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbors.
rrl;
art water over bar,
w!tb Inner bar P. 8.
can buoy bearing NB.
% N. (mag.).
bannel remaining about
same, i
iannel to the southward
and chancing a little
in the north.
j.
hnnnel mouth of rang«,
150 to 200 feet. In
(food shape.
mit for
rangers entering should
keep range well open
to northward.
est water 300 feet fi
black buoy at end
Jetty.
in
iod order.
1 almost straight
silghtly to north-
80 fe*t
U< S. Branch Hydrogrraphlc Office
A branch of the United States hydrograpble
office, located in the Merchants' Exchange, It
maintained In San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regar-J to nationality, and free
of expense. Navigators are cordially invited to
visit thf 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
terest to ocean commerce.
B. G. BARTHALOW.
Lieutenant, U. S. N., in Charge.
MRS. ALLISON PLEADS 3VOT GUII/TY
Mrs. Valeric Allison, recently h»ld to
answer on a grand larceny charge, ap
peared before Superior Judge Dunne
yesterday and pleaded not guilty. Her
counsel asked for a dismissal of the
case on the ground of lack of evidence.
The motion was joined in by Prosecutor
McNutt and Judge Dunne will rule on
the motion to dismiss today. Mrs.
Allison is charged with the theft of two
silk nightgowns from Mrs. Tillie Ham
berger, a dress maker.
N iJj\LL, jiuuAi, j?Kbj.iUAK¥ 21, l^l3.
WIRELESS REPORTS
FROM SHIPS AT SEA
MARCONI WIRELESS
These report* ere received dlreetlr
from the Pacific coast stations of the
Marconi Wireless company i
Wednesday, February 19.
STEAMER WM. F. HERBUT—From Portland for
Monterey; S p. uj., 15S miles from Monterey;
flue weatber; strong northwest wind; cboppy
sea.
STEAMEE W. S. POETEB—From Port San Luis
for Portland; H p. in., 20S miles from San
Francisco; northwest gale and rougU sea; Dar-
Oineter 30.04; ttuiperature 40.
STEAMER VENTURA—From Sidney for Hono
lulu and San Francisco; 8 l>. m., 477 miles
bouth of Honolulu; all well.
BRITISH STEAMER PERSIA—From Yokohama
for San Francisco via Honolulu; 8 p. ru., 1,625
miles from San Francisco; all well.
STEAMER HONOLTJLAN —Hence Feb. 18 for
Honolulu; S p. in., 332 miles from San Fran
cisco; all well.
i STEAMER MONGOLIA—From San Francisco for
Honolulu and Yokohama; 8 p. m., 1,012 miles
from San Francisco; all well.
STEAMER KANSAS CITY—From Ancnn for San
Francisco; 8 p. m., 319 miles south of San
Frtucisco; kll well.
STEAMER CITY OF PARA —From Ran Francisee
for Ancon; S p. m., 1,-47 miles south of Sao
Francisco; all well.
STEAMER ENTERPRISE—Hence Feb. 15 for
Ililo; 8 p. m., I.OhG miles from San Francisco;
all well.
STEAMER KLAMATH—From San Pedro for San
Francisco; 8 i>. m., 1 mile north of Port Har
tord; all well.
Thursday, February 20.
STEAMER KLAMATH—From San Pedro for Han
Francisco; will arrive at 3:30 p. m-
STEAMER YOSEMITE—From Astoria fee San
Francisco; will arrive 4 p. m.
STEAMER CATANIA—From Tacoma for Port
San Luis; 8 p. m., 20 miles north of Point Sur.
STEAMER OLEUM—From Astoria for Port Ban
Luis; 8 a. m., 15 miles geuth of S*n Fran
cisco.
ASTORIA. Feb. 20,
STEAMER ADMIRAL SAMPSON—San Francisco-
Seattle; off Tillaoiook head at 8 p. m.
STEAMER BEAR—Portland-San Francisee; 40
miles east of Astoria at 8 p. m.
STEAMER CHATHAM—Southbound: 57 mllee
south of Columbia river at 8 p. m.
STEAMER LEELANAW —Seattle-San Francisco;
193 miles from Seattle at 8 p. m.
STEAMER WILLAMETTE—Northbound; 8 miles
north of Cape Arago at 8 p. m.
STEAMER J. B, STETSON—Oβ Cape Arago at 8
p. ro.
STEAMER J. A. CHANSLoß— Soutbbouadr »n
--chored inside Colombia river at 8:80 p. m.
STEAMER TJMATILLA—SeattIe-San Francisco;
60 miles north of Cape Blanco at 8 p. m.
STEAMER NORTHWESTERN—Southbound; in
Icy pass F«b. 10, 8 p. m.
STEAMER MARlPoßA—Northbound; In Queen
Charlotte sound, Feb. 19, 11 p. m,
SEATTLE, Feb. 20.
STEAMER CITY OF PTJEBLA-—Will arrive Vic
toria Feb. 21, 1 h. m.
EAST SAN PEDRO, Feb. 20.
STEAMER SPEEDWELL—6:3O p. m., off Point
Hueueuje.
STEAMER PORTLAND—Expecte to arrive Saa
Pedro Feb. 21, 5 a. tn.
STEAMER PRESlDENT—Northbound; 8 p. m., 4
miles north oi Point Conc«pclon.
STEAMER- HARVARD—7:4O p. m., 15 miles
north of Point Lome.
BARGE 91—'In tow tug Dauntless; Bp. m., off
Port Harford, northbound.
STEAMER YALE—6:3O p. m., passed Point Hue
nerue, northbound.
STEAMER SANTA ROSALIA--8 p. ra.. 115 miles
south of Santa Rosalia, Me*.; bound north in
gulf of California.
STEAMER CITY OF SYDNEY—B p. m., 1,140
miles south of San Francisco, northbound.
STEAMER CITY OF PARA—B p. m.. 1,247 miles
south of Sen Franetsco. southbound.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 20.
STEAMER YOSEMITE—Passed Cliff houee at 8
p. in.
STEAMER KANSAS CITY—B p. m.. 90 miles
from S"an Francisco.
STEAMER WHITTIER—B p. m., 12 miles south
of Pigeon point.
STEAMER ASUNCION—B p. m.. 70 miles north
of San Francisco.
STEAMER ROMA—S p. m., 85 miles south of
San Francisco.
STEAMER OLEUM—B p. m., 37 miles from Port
Harford.
STEAMER HYADES—B p. m., 22 miles north of
Point Reyes.
STEAMER FALCON—S p. m., 4 nolle* north of
Piedras Blaucus.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
the Pacific
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
SAN PEDRO, Feb. 20.—Pacific Coast com
pany's steamer I're.sident returned from Han
Diego and after takiug passengers and additional
cargo proceeded for Puget touml ports via San
Francisco.
Steamer Hoquiam completed the discharge of
750,000 feet of lumber for various consignees
and cleared for Willapa liarbor to load return
cargo.
Pacific Navigation company's steamer Harvard
arrireil this morning from Sao Francisco aod
after discharging passengers and freight pro
ceeded for Han Diego.
Steamer Yale cleared for San Franciaco with
a good passenger and freight lift.
After having discharged a partial cargo of
lumber for wholesalers at Sao Diego, steamer
Speedwell returned here, discharged the remain- 1
der and cleared for Coos Bay via San Francisco,
having in tow schooner Hugh Bogan.
Chinese Jnnk Ning Po, which arrived yesterday
from Shanghai, after being fumigated and in
spected wae towed this afternoon for Venice,
where It will be used for exhibition purposes.
Steamer Charles Nelson completed the dis
charge of 750,000 feet of lumber for the Consoli
dated Lumber company at Wilmington and
cleared tonight for Puget sound ports in ballast
to reload.
Herman steamer Rnlatis of the Kosmos line,
which arrived yesterday from Hamburg via South
and Central American ports, will complete ttre
discbarge of 1,500 tone of miscellaneous cargo
for Los Angeles Importers and Is scheduled to
proceed tomorrow for San Francisco with the
remainder.
Steamer Olympic arrived this morning from
Portland direct carrying 850,000 feet of lumber
consigned to the B. K. Wood Lum'jer company.
Departures Friday will include the steamer
Avalon for Willapa harbor* Tin San Francisco
with passenger* and freight for West Coast
Steamship company.
Stfamtr Columbia has arrived from Grays
Harbor rla San Francisco with 1,400,000 feet of
lumber and passengers and freight tor the West
Coast Steamship company.
Steamer Rocbflle, arriving from Cooe Bay,
will discharge 850,000 feet of lumber for the
Southern California Lumber company.
Lumber carriers arriving included the steamers
Hornet from Mukilteo and Stanley Dollar from
Aberdeen.
PORTLAND. Feb. 20.—The schooner W. H.
Marston, Captain Warm, cleared this afternoon
for Antofagasta with a cargo of lumber loaded at
the St. Johns mill*.
Lumber laden with 2,075.000 feet of Oregon
flr rained at $24,000, the British steamer Harles
den. Captain Soaree, bas sailed for Sydney, Ans.
The Norwegian steamship Bangor, loading at
the Inman Ponlsen mill, will be ready to leave
for China with about 4.000,000 feet of lumber
next week. At about the same time the British
ship Neotefield is expected to complete • cargo
of flr for Sydney at the Eastern and Western
L'itnber nfliH.
Lumber sbip Crown of India Is loading for the
United Kingdom at Westport.
Bringing genera! cargo, the steamer Carlos,
Captain Hansen, arrived from San Francisco this
evening.
The steamer J. B. Stetson, Captain Jahnsen,
arrived from San Francisco tonight with a cargo
of cement.
When the steamship Bear, Captain Kopander,
sailed for San Francisco and Los Angeles at 4
o'clock this afternoon she had aboard 230 pas
sengers and 2,100 tons ef general cargo.
ASTORIA, Feb. 20.—British steamer Harlee
den sailed today for Australia with a cargo
of lumber. "
Norwegian steamer Arteraii. with * cargo for
the orient, will be ready to go to «ea Friday.
Steamer San Pedro aalled today for San Fran
cisco with cargo of lamber loaded at Rainier.
Gasoline schooner Abwadena arrived Wednes
day evening from Newport with cargo.
I Steamer Roanoke sailed to day for Sao Fran
cisco and San Pedro with freight and passengers.
British bark Inverclyde sailed today for the
United Kingdom with a grain cargo.
The remalnH of the late John Milton Elletson,
electrician on the ill fated steamer Rosecraae,
were shipped to San Francisco for interment.
ABERDEEN, Feb. 30. — Gasoline fishing
echooner S. C. R. No. 1 left today for Seattle in
charge of Captain Jed Pordy, where the craft
will be used In deep sea fishing. The schooner
wae formerly the Zellab May and was brought
bere from British Colombia and overhauled at a
cost of $5,000. She is valued at $18,000. Her
improvements include a 100 horsepower Gordon
engine and wireless service, new cabins and
general outfitting conveniences. She is one of
three vessels that will be used by an Aberdeen-
I Weather Report
United States Department of Agricnlture,
Weather Bureau, San Francisco, February 20.
RAINFALL DATA
■ : -mm y^
STATIONS
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iento
Tamalpais..
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0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
r>. 28
15.80
a.38
a.otj
2.79
1.R1
4.79
4.37
20.5$
Jβ.57
13.19
15,55
13.19
11.08
6.13
6.02
12.98
10.34
24.60
7.24
4.39
10.19
4..ir»
ldenoe
lis Obispo...
ijrples I
2.03
0.S7
7.14
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following tables the maximum and miol
nittui temperatures and rainfall are given:
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•Snow on ground 53 Inches.
EASTERN STATIONS
Abilene 54 42 Tγ. I Knoxville ...
Atlantic City. 50 40 .00 Lou 1stIIIβ ...
Boston ...... 54 32 Tr. Memphis ....
Buffalo ..eOiJO .00 Montgomery .
Charleston ... 60156 2.20 ialoqtreal
Chicago . 42 38 .00 Moorhead
Denver 24 14 .12 iKew Orleans.
D«8 Moines... 32 22 .00 P#w York
Dodge City... 22 8 .04 Worth Flatte.
Duluth 20 14 .02 Wfclahoma ...
Durango 2S 20j .14 SJlttsburg ....
Easjtport ....38 14 .OOJORoewell
Galvestoo ...0054 .OOi!0». Louie
Green Bay... 32 28 .04j fj Paul
Hatteras ....6240 .00 n"* m P a
Havre 32 14 Tr. [Toledo
Huron 22 4 Tr. Washington ..
Jacksonville , 72 60 .00 Winnipeg '
Kaueae City.. 38 28 .36
.00
.00
.01
Tγ.
Tγ.
.00
.00
.14
.52
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.00
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•ALASKA STATIONS
Eagle ..281... .00 fTanana .....
Nome -41-20 .00 Valde*
Sitka |«4| 381 .lSiiUutcbHarbr
.Iβ
.52
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•Reports of yesterday.
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The pressure has fallen steadily along tbe
coast and conditions are more favorable for
cloudy weather and light rain than they have
been for some time. Light rain hae fallen In
Ori-pon and light tsnow in Nevada, The weather
is uusettled in the Rocky mountain section and
snow is falling In Colorado, Wyoming and west
ern Nebraska. A thunder storm is reported at
Oklahoma. In the Mississippi valley and all the
eastern states cloudiness is increasing and con
ditions are favorablo for rain. Heavy rain is
reported on the south Atlantic coast. At Char
leston 2.20 Inches have fallen In the last 24
hours, with a maximum wind velocity of 56
miles from the east. Temperatures are unusu
ally high along tbe Atlantic coast. There has
been a sharp fall in the Mississippi ralley. At
St. Louis it is 24 degrees cooler and at Chicago
22. Tlifre have been ny eha»jpe* «t Importance
Iα California.
Forecast made at San Francisco for SO hours
ending midnight Friday, February 21. 1918:
San Francisco and vicinity—Cloudy Friday,
probably showers by night; light aorta wind,
changing to south.
Santa Clara valley—Cloudy Friday; light north.
Sacramento valley—Cloudy Friday; showers by
niglit; light south winds.
San Joaquin valley—Cloudy Friday; liffht enow
in the mountains; light north wind, changing to
California south of the Teuachapi—Cloudy Fri
day; brisk south winds.
A. G. McADIE, District Forecaster.
DAILY BIVBR BULLETIN
SACRAMENTO. Feb. 20.—Observations taken
at 7 h. m. today:
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Sacramento Watershed—
Kennett. Sacramento river.
K*d Bluff. Sac. Titer
Saint John. Stony creek...
Jaeinto, Sacramento river..
Caluna, Sacramento river...
Knlghte Landing, Sac. river
Ororllle. Feather river
Miryxville. Yub* river
Nicolaus, Feather river
Folsom. American river..,.
Sacramento Sao. river
Bio Vista, Sacramento river
San Joequin Watershed —
Jacksonville, Tuolumne river
Melones, Stanielaus river..
Luthrop. 8a.D Joaquln river
Jenny Lind, C»laverae river
Electra, Mokelumne river..
25.0
2.5.0
12.0
21.0
29.0
1S.0
25.0
30.0
25.0
29.0
13.0
1.8— —0.0
4.1— —0.1
1.5— —o.O
2.7 0.0
7.9— —0.0
7.0— —0.2
2.5— —0.1
7.S— —0.1
4.2— —0.2
3.8— —0.1
11.1— —0.1
4.5* »0.6
1.0— —O.O
0.0— —0.0
1.3_ —0.0
0.0— —0.0
0.5— —0.1
2.0—
20.0
17.0
10.0
12.0
12.0
•Indicates a rise; —Indicates a fall.
N, B. TAYLOR, Local Forecaster.
Seattle syndicate in deep sea fishing. Two
etbfrs are to be built here Immediately at the
Kudresen shipyards.
IXTEEKA, Feb. 20.—Three of the four steam
ers arriving this morning brought mail from San
Francieco, the incoming fleet having been led by
the steamer Pretitiss, wbicb arrived before dawn.
The other arrivals from San Francesco were
steamers Santa Monica and F. A. Kilburn.
Steamer Welleaiey arrived from San Pedro.
Two steamers, Katherine and Wra. H. Mutphy,
departed for San Pedro this morning, both with
capacity cargoes of lumber.
SEATTLE, Feb. 20.—Arrived —Steamer Nebras
kan, from San Francisco.
Sailed—eteamer Bertha, for Nanaimo; steamer
Queen for San Francleco; steamer AUKI, for
southeastern Alaska; steamer Colonel G. L.
Drake, for San Francleco.
BELLINGHAM, Feb. 20. -— Sailed — Schooner
Lyman D. Foster, for Levuka.
PORT GAMBLE, Feb. 20.— Sailed—Steinser
Davlnport, for San Francieco.
EAGLE HARBOR, Feb. 20.—Sailed—Steamer
Tallac, for Loe Angeles.
Shipping Intelligence
ARRIVED
Wednesday, February Iβ.
11:1* p. m., ftxnr Caspar, Madsen, 84 houre
from Redondo Beach; ballast to Caspar Lumber
company.
Thursday, February 20.
1 p. m-, U. S. etmr Sequoia, Anderson, from
crnine.
2:20 p. m., stmr Noyo, Mateen, 44 hoars from
Redondo Beach; ballast to Union Lumber com
pany.
1:03 p. n>., Bγ Mmr Tahiti, Evan*. Zβ daye
from Sydney, ria Papeete 13 days; passengers
and merchandise to Hind. Rolph & Co.
3:4 cp. m., tug Sea Rorer, Tonnisen, 15 days
9 hours from Maeatlan, via San Pedro 46 hours;
I ballast to Ship Owners' and Merchants' Tugboat
company.
: 4 t>. m., etmr Totemlte, Asplund, 68 hours from
Astoria; bound eoutb, put in for fuel.
8:55 a. m., stmr Despatch, Bees, 26 hours free
Eureka; 600,000 feet lumber to Pacific Lumber
company.
9:25 a. m.. stmr laqua, Self, 23 hours from
Eureka; bound south, pat in for fuel.
9:30 a. ra., fltmr North Fork, Nelson, 23 hours
from Eureka; 350,000 feet lumber to Charles Nel
son company. '
12:55 a. m., etnar Porno, LiUeland, 14 hours
from Mendoclno, via Point Arena 11 hours; 293,
--00© feet lumber to Swayne & Hoyt.
5:40 a. m., U. 8. etmr Saturn. Smith, 11 days
from Corinto; ballast to U. S. goTerament.
8:30 a. m., etnar Daisy Mitchell, Smith, 68
hours from GrayH Harbor; 660,000 feet lumber to
S. E. glade Lumber company.
7 a. m., stmr Eureka, Paulsen, 11 hours from
WatsooTille Landing; merchandise to Monterey
Bay steamship company.
c p. m., etmr Klamath. Maro, 42 bmire from
San Pedro; ballast to Charles B. MeCormlclt.
10:10 p. in., etmr Coos Bay, Bowen, Bβ hours
from Ventura; merchandise to Pacific Coast
Steamship company.
CLEARED
Thursday, February 20.
Jap stmr Nippon Maru, Sterens, Hongkong,
et<«! W. H, ATery.
Br berk Csleatta, Bavles, Yokohama i Standard
Oil company.
Stnir Peru, Macktnnon, Ancon, etc.; Pacific
Mall Steamship company. ~
Stmr Eureka. Faria, Vancouver and Seattle;
Pacific Coast Steamship company.
Stmr Bandon, Lludberg, Baudon; Estabroo*
A Co. __ .
Stmr guinault, Walvig, Willapa; Hart-Wood
Lumber company.
Stmr Coaster, Nason, Portland; E. J. Dodge
A Co.
Stmr Paralso, Jacobsoa, Portland; Swayne *
Hoyt.
Stmr Del Norte, Sanford, Crescent City; Cres
cent City Transportation company.
Fr bark Due d'Auniale, Saunier, Queeostown;
Strauss & Co.
Br stmr Tamarac, Macdonald, Balea Papon,
Borneo; SUttiJard Oil company.
SAILED
Thursday, February 20.
1:45 p. nj., stmr laqua, Self, San Pedro.
I'M p. m. stmr Paraiso, Jacobson, Astoria.
1:89 p. to-, stmr Scotia, Wlnkel. Caspar.
2:33 p. m., Fr bark Due d'Aumale, Saunier,
Queenstown.
3:10 p. m., stmr Whlttler, Zolllng, Port gan
Luis.
11 a. m., etmr Hyades, Youngren. Honolulu vi»
Puget sound.
11:15 a. m,, stmr Taboe, Donaldson, Grays
Harbor,
11:20 a. m., etmr State of California, Alexan
der, i?«n Diego.
12:30 a. m., staar Fairheven, Wlrschnleit, Port
Gamble.
7:50 a. ni.. stmr Claremont, Bensen, Willapa
harbor.
9 a. m., stmr Asuncion, Bridgett, Vancouver
via Port Angeles.
4:4f> p. nj., stinr Daisy, Smith, Willapa.
7:40 p. m.. stmr Missourian. Lyonn, Honolulu.
6 p. m., stair Coaster, Nason. Portland.
*i:55 p. m., etmr Del Norte, Sanford, Crescent
City.
Op. m., U. S. etmr Justin, Merriweather. San
Diego.
7:10 p. m., stmr Yosemlte, Asnlund, San Pedro.
7:10 p. ni., sttnr Bandon, Lindberg, Bandon.
5 p. m., stmr Neeauleum. Mattson, Eureka.
5 n, m., stmr guinault, Walvig, Willapa.
8:13 p. a»., stmr Eureka, Paulsen, Monterey.
SPOKEN
Per Br atmr Tahiti—Feb. 12, passed Br stm*
Aoraugi, hence Feb. 5 for Sydney.
TELEGRAPHIC
POINT LOBOS, Feb. 20, 10 p. m.—Weather
clear; wind SW; velocity 10 miles an hour.
WEATHER REPORTS
POINT LOBotf. Feb. 20, 9 a, m.—Haey; wind
NW: velocity G miles an hour.
POINT REYES, Feb. 20, 9»a. m.—Clear; wind
NW; velocity 18 miles an hour.
TATOOSH, Feb. 20, 0 a. in.—Clear; wind NE;
velocity 10 miles an hour.
POINT LOBOS. Feb. 20. 12 m.— Haey; wind
NW; velocity 10 miles an hour.
TATOOSH. Feb. 20, 12 m.—Cloudy; wind NE;
velocity 8 mflee an hour.
POINT REYES, Feb. 20, 12 m.—Cloudy; wind
NW; velocity 48 miles an hour. •
NORTH HEAP, Feb. 20, 12 m.—Clear; wind
E; velocity 6 miles an hour; bar smooth.
POINT LOBOS, Feb. 20, S p. m.—Haiy; wind
NW; velocity IS miles an hour.
POINT REYES, Feb. 20, 5 p. m.—Clear; wind
NW; velocity «8 miles an hour-
FARALLONES, Feb. 20, 5 p. m.—Clear; wjnd
NW; velocity 42 mllee an hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
LUDLOW—Arrived Feb. 20—Stmr Davenport,
from Gamble,
Sailed Feb. 20— Stmr Davenport, for Sas Fran
cisco.
SOUTH BEND—Arrived Feb. 20, «:30 a. tn.—
Stinr Saginaw. hence Feb. 16.
SANTA BARBARA—Arrived Feb. 20— Stmr
Vanguard, hence Feb. 19.
SAN PEDRO—Arrived Feb. 20—Stmr Presi
dent, etmr Speedwell, from San Diego; stmr Har
vard, hence Feb. 19; stmr Rocbelle, from Cooa
Bay; etmr Hornet, from Astoria; stmr Stanley
Dollar, from Aberdeen.
Sailed Fee. 20—Stmrs President, Yale. Speed
well with schr Hugh Hogan in tow and Hoquiam,
for San Francisco; etmr Harvard, for San IMego.
FORT BRAGG—Arrived Feb. 20—Stmrs Bruns
wick and Fort Bracg, hence Feb. 10.
PORT SAN LUlS—Sailed Feb. 20, 9:30 a. m.—
Br stmr Cordelia for Taltal; 4:30 p. m., Btmr
Santa Clara, for San Pedro.
Arrived Feb. 20, 12:30 p. m.—Stmr Santa
Clara, hence Feb. 19.
EAGLE HARBOR—Sailed Feb. 20—Stmr Tal
lac, for San Pedro.
RAYMOND—Arrived Feb. 20—Stmr Rainier,
hence Feb. 17.
Sailed Feb. 20—Stmr Willapa, for San Pedro*,
echr W. J. Patterson, for Honolulu.
REDONDO BEACH—Arrived Feb. 20—Stmr
Raymond, from San Pedro; Btmr San Pedro, from
Astoria.
Sailed Feb. 20, 6 p. m.—Stmr Raymond, for
San Franelswo,
COOS BAY—Arrived Feb. 20, 1:30 p. m.—Stmr
Alliance, from Eureka. Feb. 19, 10 p. m.—Stmr
Aurelia hence Feb. 17 for supplies. Feb. 20, 7
a. m.—Stmr Broakwater, from Astoria.
Sailed Feb. 20, 11 a. m —Stmr Westerner, for
San Pedro; 10 a. m., etmr Aurelia, for Astoria.
Arrived Feb. 20, 3 p. in. —Stmr Itedondo, hence
Feb. 18.
SAN DlEGO—Sailed Feb. 20, 11 a. m.—Stmr
Columbian, for San Francisco, and not Feb. 19 as
before reported.
ASTORIA—SaiIed Feb. 20. 11 a. m.— Bx bark
Inverclyde. for United Kingdom.
EUREKA—Arrived Feb. 19, 12 p. n>—Stmr
Prentiss, hence Feb. 18. Feb. 20, li a. m. —
Stmr F. A. Kilburn, hence Feb. 19; 8 a. m., etmr
Santa Monica, hence Feb. 18; 7 a. m., stmr Wel
lesley, from San Pedro.
Sailed Feb. 20. 11 a. m.—Stmr Wm. H. Mnr
phy, for San Pedro; 10 a. m., etmr Katherlne,
for San Pedro.
GAMBLE—Sailed Feb. 20—Stmr Davenport, for
gan Francisco via Port Ludlow.
SEATTLE—Arrived Feb. 19—Schr Vega, b*nce
Feb. 6. Feb. 2u, 5 a. m.—Stmr Nome City,
hence Feb. 15 via Everett.
Sailed Feb. 20, 10 a. m.—Stmr Bertha, for
Nanaimo. 'Feb. 19—Stmr Leelanaw, for San
Francisco.
Arrived Feb. 20—Stmr Nebraskan, hence
17.
Sailed Feb. 20—S"tmr Queen. «tmr Col. B. I*
Drak«>, for San Francisco; stmr AI-KI. for 81tka.
POINT LOBOS—Passed Feb. 20, 7:30 a. m.—
Stmr Oleum, from Oregon for Port San Luis.
BELLINGHAM—SaiIed Feb. 20— Scur Lyman
D. Foster, for Levuka.
GREENWOOD—Arrived Feb. 20—Stmr Alca
tr»«, hence Feb. 19.
Sailed Feb. 20—Stmr Whitesboro, for San
Francisco. ,
l.'MPQUA—Sailed Feb. 20—Schr Sadie, for Ban
Podro.
BANDON—Arrived Feb. 20, 11 a. m.—»trar
Fifleld, hence Feb. 17; 8 a. m., power ecbr Tilla
mook, from Astoria.
Arrived Feb. 20, 2 p. m.—Power sebr Anvtl,
from Astoria.
TATOOSH—Paused Feb. 20, 11:45 a. m.—Stmr
Nebraskan, hence Feb. 17 for Seattle; 8:30 a. m.,
bktn Mary Winkelman, from Mukllteo for Tahiti.
Feb. 19. 4:30 n. m.— Br fstmr Cyclops, from Pupet
sound ports for Liverpool, etc.: 7 p. m.. Br etmr
Wellington, from Naeetmo for San Francisco;
9:30 p. m., stmr Umatilla, from Victoria, etc.,
for San Francisco.
Passed Feb. 20. 12:10 p. m.—Stmr Leelanaw,
from Seattle for Ban Franelsco.
GAVIOTA— SaiIed Feb. 20, 7 a. m.—Schr Mon
terey, for Monterey, in tow tug Navigator.
PORT TO WNSEXD—SaiIed Feb. 20—Bktn
Mary Winkelman. lor Tahiti.
TACOMA—Arrived Feb. 20—Jap etmr Sade
Mam from Yokohama via Seattle.
Railed Feb. 20 —Stmr Queen, for San Francisco
and San Dieoa.
Arrived Feb. 20—Stmr Nome City, from Se
attle.
EL SEGUNDO—SaiIed Feb. 19, 1 p. m.—Barge
91, for San Francisco, in tow tnir Dauntless.
EASTERN PORTS
CAPE HENRY—Passed Feb. 19— Br stmr
Strathtay, for Port Mann. B. C.
ISLAND PORTS
MANlLA—Arrived prior Feb. 20— Stmr China,
hence Jan. 17.
HAN A—Arrived Feb. 14—Schr Defender, hence
Jan. 23.
Sailed Feb. 18—Sehr Defender, for San Fran
cisco.
HONOLULU—Arrived Feb. 20—Ship Marlon
Chileott, from Gaviota.
Arrived Feb. 20—Schr> H. K. Hall, from New
castle. Aus.
FOREIGN PORTS
SABANG—Arrived prior Fob. IS— Br stmr In
drssamha, from New York for Manila.
VALPARAISO—Arrived prior Feb. 19— Br itmr
Strathlorne, from Oregon.
PERlM—Passed Feb. 19— Br etmr Titan, from
Liverpool for Puget sound.
HloGo— Sailed Jan. 24— Br Stmr Strathdene,
for Calcutta.
CALCUTTA—Arrived prior Feb. 10— Br etmr
Strathdene. from Victoria via Hlogo.
PANAMA—SaiIed Feb. Iβ—Stmr Aeapulco, for
San Francisco.
Arrived prior Feb. 18—Stmr Pennsylvania,
hence Jan. 31.
HONGKONG—Arrived Feb. 14—Jap etmr Chi
cago Maru, from Puget sound. Feb. 16—Jap
etmr Snidzuoke Maru, from Puret sound.
OCEAN STEAMERS
NEW YORK—Arrived Feb. 20—Stmr United
States, from Copenhagen; stair Majestic, from
Southampton.
Sailed Feb. 20—Stmr Argentina, for Patras;
etmr Kaiserln Anguste Victoria, for Bremen;
stmr La Provence, for Havre; stmr Baltic, for
Liverpool.
ANGRA —Sailed Feb. 20—Stmr Germania, from
Marseille and Lisbon for Providence and New
York.
LIVERPOOL—SaiIed Feb. 20—Stmr Celtic, for
New York via Queenstown.
Arrived Feb. 20—Stmr Arabic, from Boston.
PHILADELPHIA —Arrived Feb. 20—Stmr Bres
lau, from Bremen; stmr Graf Waldersee, from
Hambnrg.
YOKOHAMA—Arrived prior Feb. 20—Stmr
Kinkanan Mam, from Portland, Ore., via Astoria
for Hiogo.
GLASGOW—Arrived Feb. 20—Stmr Sardinian,
from Philadelphia.
ANTOFAGASTA—SaiIed Feb. 17—Stmr Tri
color, for San Francisco.
ANTWERP—SaiIed Feb. 20—Stmr Marquette,
for Boston and Philadelphia.
QUEENSTOWN—SaiIed Feb. 20— Stmr New
Tork, from Southampton for New Yorfc.
MADEIRA—SaiIed Feb. Iβ—6tmr Cedric, free
Naples for New York.
GIBRALTAR—SaiIed Feb. 20—Stmr Franconta,
from Naples for New York. . •
Memoranda
HONOLULU, Feb. 20.—«ebr H. K. Hall, from
Newcastle A««., for San Francisco, pat Iα here
today with two sfck sailor*; will proceed.
MARSHFIELD. Feb. 20.—Stmr Aur<?Ua. which
sailed from San Francisco Feb. Iβ for Astoria,
put In here last night at 10 *>'clock for supplies
and nailed Feb. 20, 10 a. m., for destination.
Barge Simla has been sold by the Western Foe!
company to the Union Oil company; terms pri-1
rate, '
George Lekae Wanted —A warrant
for the arrest of George Lekas was
Issued by Police Judge Deasy yester
day on a charge of embezzling $100
from James Prongas, 1205 Ffllmore
street
Double Header Billed for
St. Ignatius
The St. Ignatius grounds will be the
scene of a double header on Washing
ton's birthday. At 12:30 the St. Ignatius
high school team will meet the com
mercial high nine. Wlblow will twirl
for commercial, while Teddy Pohlmann
will deliver the slants for St. Ignatius.
At 2:30 the St. Ignatius varsity will
take on the Telegraphs. This game will
mark the farewell appearance of Char
ley Sullivan, the sterling St. Ignatius
box artist. "Sully" leaves behind him
an unbroken string of victories. He
leaves shortly to join the Washington
Americans.
Germany Is Anxious for
Olympiad Honors
BERLIN", Feb. 20.—The German gov-
errjment officially announces its inten
tion to grant a subsidy neceesary to
insure a creditable German display at
the Berlin Olympic games In 1916. A
statement to that effect was made yes
terday at a meeting of the imperial
German committee for Olympic sports
by Baron yon Stein, who spoke for the
imperial chancellor. He informed the
committee that the government looks
upon the forthcoming- Olympic games
as a "national deed of first magnitude
and must be prepared to support them
by all means at its command."
Rivers Is Favorite Over
Brown in South
X.OS ANGELES, Feb. 20.—Joe Rivers.
the Mexican lightweight, and "Knock
out" Brown of New York, who ar»
scheduled to meet in a 20 round bout
at Vernon Saturday, concluded their
training today. Both fighters expected
to resort to the "drying out" process
in making* the weight of 133 pounds
ringside. It was freely predicted that
Rivers would be a JO to 6 favorite at
ringside.
Diamond Sparklets
Matty Mclntyre caij buy his release
at the price which he offered Ewing a
week ago. The local magnate made
this announcement yesterday and wired
Matty to that effect. Ewing does not
want Matty now. He realizes that the
former Detroit star is sore on the town
and would not deliver if brought out
here against h!s will. The chances are
that Matty will buy hie release imme
diately and endeavor to find a job as
manager of some bruah club in the
east.
* # •
Pitcher Cadreau, the Indiana epltball
wonder, will not report on time. His
mother is 111 and therefore he will be
several days late. However, he wires
that his contract Is satisfactory and
that they can depend upon him.
Brick Devereaux, the old time Coast
league player, wants the job of man
aging one of the State league clubs.
He wrote an application to Ewing yes
terday, and Cal Iβ considering it. Bill
la in Bakersfleld, where they Bay he is
a great favorite. He ought to make a
good bush magnate.
• # ♦
Happy Smith, the hard hitting San
Jose outfielder who later played with
Pittsburg and Brooklyn, wants to warm
up with the Seals. He will report on
Tyesday, and If he shows any of hie
former speed he will be given a steady
Job In the outfield. When he was right,
Smith could always hit over 300.
While in Panama, Frank Ish bumped
into Joe Curtis, who will be remem
bered as the Seal third baseman of sev
eral seasons ago. Joe Jumped to the
outlaw State league and then disap
peared. Now he holds a good govern
ment Job and plays ball on the eide.
He has annexed a fat bank account and
looks happy.
# * #
First Baseman Peterson of the Chi
cago City league, writes that he will
be willing to take a chance on one of
the State league clubs if there is an
opening for him. He was originally
drafted as a Seal, but turned back.
Now Ewing cays he will bring the
youngster out and give him a chance in
the league.
Bert Coy, the Oakland outfielder and
champion home run hitter, Is the latest
addition to the Oaks assembled here on
the eve of departure (or
Coy drifted in from the south end will
have a meeting with Mitze soon to
arrange about terma. Seven of the
Oaks have failed to sign. They are
Coy, Howard Gregory, Tyler Christian,
Jack Killllay, Bill Malarkey, John
Tiedemann and Gus Hetling.
WESTERN LEAGUE UMFS
CHICAGO, Feb. 20.—President "Tip" O'Neil
today announced the following staff of nmplrea
who are to officiate in the Western league for
the session: G. W. Segriet, N. B. Slgler, D. J.
Fitasimmona (formerly in Southern league),
Ollie Anderson (formerly of the American asso
ciation) end J, U, ColHfiower (formerly of the
American league).
The unlimited basket ball cracks of tbe Oak
land Men's Christian association will
Journey *b Palo Alto tomorrow evening, when
they will meet the Enclnals of Stanford nnirer
eity. Oα the following night the Eneinals will
return the compliment and meet the locals on
their own court. As a preliminary to the first
game tbe 120 pound fives of the Y. Sff. C. A. and
tbe Ilayward high school will meet.
ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL .
LONDON-PARIS-HAMBURG
PRES. GRANT '.....*.;.'.V. .....Feb. 27, 12 noon
i PRETORIA.., .........*...... March 6, 9 a. m.
tPEHNSYLVAOTA........... March 12. 11 a. m.
AMERIKA....%-...........;.. March 15, U a. m.
tHamburg direct, second cabin only, \ s*
MEDITERRANEAN
Madeira, Gibrai ar, Algiers, Naples and Genoa.
8.S. CINCINWATI (17.000 tone). Mar. 11. 10 a.m.
S.S. HAMBURG I (11.000 Tons).. April 5. 9 a. m.
S.S. M0LTKE (12.500 tons), April 19, 8:30 a. m.
•S.S. KAMBUEe......"....i....MaT 20, 9 a. m.
•Omits call at Algiers and Madeira.
, III C IT C TO THE LAHD 0*
i> KU tlid & THE MIDNIGHT * StTN.
Scotland. Orkney and ' Faroe "i Islands, ? Iceland ■
Spitsbergen, , North ' Cape, Norway •
From Hamburg - durinf "■ June, July and August
by S. S. VICTORIA LUISE, S. 1 8. BISMAiCX
and 3. 8. METEOR.
BOOK MOW.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE
160 POWELL STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. '
; -' Phone Xearay 8946. '. , ' ,"•
FRENCH LINE I
OXE. GLE. TRANSATLANTiaUE
DIRECT LINE s TO i HAVRE—PARIS ! ■
g*» Salting I Erery Thursday and j Saturday. M
» FROM I NEW YORK TO HAVRE ■' I
Every Thursday at 10 a. m. . ■
France Feb. 27 s France t.'r;r. Mar. 27
La Lorraine.Mar. 6 I La Tmiralne.Apr,; 3 ■
La Touralpe.Mar. 131 La Lorraine. .Apr. 10 \ ■
La Provence..Mar. 20 France Apr. 17 ■
FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE ■
j \ Erexy Saturday at 3 p. m. H
Rochambeau..Mar. - 8 Chicago 9 .....Apr. 12 H
Chicago Mar. 15 ' Caroline ....Apr. 26 ■
Niagara Mar. 22 Niagara ..... Apr. 76 ■!
Rochambean..Apr.. 5 ' Roehambeaq..May 3jM
FT7GAZI BROS., Pacific Coast Managers, 630 B
Montgomery Street, San Francisco. efa» ■
CABIN OFFiqy., m » MARKET STREET. g
•■. -■- "
.-.» •. . • . ..--■■■
tAWSON'S DOGS 1.081
NEW YORK, Feb. 20.—Four of the fix prize
bulldogs which Thomas Lawson of Boston re
cently brought from Bncland at a cost ot ?L"0,0<»O
wttat down to defeat in tbe bench chow of the
Westminster Kennel club yesterday. Alexander
H. Stewart of Chicago captured the honors in
the bulldog classes with Strathtay Prince Albert,
also of English breed.
KIRK Vβ. HORNER
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
VALLEJO, Feb. 20.—Frankie Kirk, the Msr«
island yard craft lightweight boxer, was signed
last night to box 20 rounds with Jim Homer, the
San Francisco boy, at Floeden on the night ol
March 5 under the auspices of the Palm Athletio
club. The lads haye agreed to weigh In at 133
pounds.
PACIFIC OCEAJV TRAVEL
Berth and Meals Included in Fare
LEAVE FROM PIEES 9 AND 11
Lob Ansel en, San Diego, •Santa Barbara
President or Governor. .Mar. 8, 10, IT, 24, 2p. tn.
Queen Feb. 24, 2 p. ra.
•State of Cal....Feb. 27; Mar. 6, 13, 20, U »• m.
'Only steamer calling at Kant* Barbara.
Seattle (Direct)) Taeoma, Townsfn*!,
Victoria, Vancouver, Alaska
President Feb. 22. 11 a. ra.
President or GoTernor Mar. 8, 15, 22, 2 p. ra.
Umatllla Feb. 25; Mar. 11, 25. 2 p. m.
Cltj of Pnebla Feb. 18; Mar. 4, 18, 2 p. m.
Enreka (Hnmboldt Bay)
Topeka...Feb. 21, 25; Mar. 2, c. 11, IJ. 12 neon
Alaska Cruises, 1913. Leare Seattle
Spokane.. June 18; July 3, Iβ, SO; Ana;. 13. 10 P-n>-
Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES—PaIace Hotel, 653 Market
street, 1C Market street and Broadway wharf.
Telephone Kearny 402.
OAKLAND—I 226 Broadway; tel. Oakland 3650.
BERKELEY—2I23 Sbattucfc a*.; tel. Berk. U.
C. l>. DDNANS. Passenger Traffic Manager.
810 IpORTLA Npi
311 noon, Tuesday, February Q
■ 25th. First class, $10, |12. 1
II $15. Second clase. $6. II
1 Bert ** "Pd mea, * Included. H
Betadl ILOS ANGELES I
*-»*-«" I BEAR sail* 11 a. m. Tues- H
RFAVFQ fl d*?- February i>s. Fimt B
"t!- .71.. 11 clas » $ 7 - a 5. $S.S3. Second O
ROacCITYH elas » $3.35. Berth and H
IWaifcviiie tneala Included.
J& TICKET OFFICE* :3
722 Market; tel. Butter 2344. II
8 East st.; tel. Butter 2482. II
Oakland office. 1228 Broad- H
gr |{ way, tej. Oakland 1314.
(L_ II Berkeley office. 2ins Sbat- H
Jβ I Sacramento, Jae. Warrack, 11
©AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepcc Route
Retrnlar Fait Fr«lch« Service
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
sailing from New York every six days,
making direct connection* with Paeiflo
steamers sailing from Salina Cruz.
Mex., every six daye for Ban 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 daye.
For rates and further particulars ap
ply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM, Oen
eral Agents, 8 Bridge street. New
York. WTTXIAMS. DIMOND * CO,
General Agents, Pacific Coast
810 Sansome St.. San Francisco.
fn *CIFIC MAIL,, * C I
$* HONOrUIiU. 3103
" Round Trip $110 yp-^*r
THE 810 FOUR—"MoBKoIIi,"
"Manchuria," "Korea," "Siberia,"
Also "Chlnm." "Persia" an« "Nile" for
Honolulu, Japan. Manila, Cniaa.
Next Sailing:
"PERSIA" (no local passengew or freight
for Honolulu) .....March 8
PANAMA WTO
For Mexico, Ontrtl America, Panama.
Connecting for Europe and Bonth America.
N>rt sailing (patsanger* and freight):
"PERU" Febrnary 21
New Express Paeseager and Freight Service
Direct for Panama and Nrw York.
Next Silling:
•XBELANAW" (freight only). .February 2S
"PENNSYLVANIA" March 22
Fall information at
General Office*
Ticket Office* 783 Market St
Phone Kearny 8820. ,
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
OR IK XT At, STKAMSHtn COMPAJVY
8. S. Nippon Mara (Intermediate serrlce salooe
accommodations at reduced rates)
Friday, February 21. 1013
8. 8. Tenyo Mara Saturday. March 1, 1913
8. 8. Shinyo Mara (new), rta Manil* direct
Saturday. Marc* 22, 1913
S. S. Cniyo Mara Saturday, April 19, 1913
Steamers sail from company , * pier, No. 34.
Bear foot of Brannao at., at 1 p. m., for Yoko
hama and Honpkong, calling at Honolulu. Kob«
(Hiofto) and Nagtsaki and Shanghai, and con
necting at Hongkong witb steamers for Manila,
India, etc. No cargo received on board oa day
of sailing. Round trip tickets at reduced rates.
For freight and passage apply at office, fourth
floor Western Metropolis National Bank build
ing, 026 Market st. W. B. A VERY.
Assistant General Manager.
For Folders, Tickets, etc, apply I
Pacific Navigation Co, 880 Market St., S. F. |
SYDNEY. 8 ""™
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPLENDID TWIN SCREW 10.000-toa iteaaen
"SIERRA." "SONOMA" and "VENTURA."
$110 HONOLULU SYDNEY $380
EOTTND THE WOKLD—ffIOO arst cabin; S3SO
second cabin, via Ceylon, Egypt. Italy, etc
Liberal stopoTerm.
Honolulu Sailings--Feb. 25, Mar. 11, etc., a
p. m.
Sydney Sailings—Mar. 11. April 8. etc., 2 p.m.
Write or wife NOW for berths. Send for
folder. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP 00., 978 Market
street. Phone gutter 643.
AUSTRALIA
AND NEW ZEALAND
Sydney v!a Tabttl and Welllne«*n
g. S. TAHITI (12,000 tons) sails 11 a. ra.. Mar. S
8. S. MOANA (10.000 tons) sails 11 a. m.. April a
8. S. AOKANGI (9,000 toss) sails 11 a.m., Anl 30
UNION S. S. CO. OF W. 7j.. Ltd.
HIND, ROLPH & CO., General Agents.
Tel. Sous. 3100. Ticket Office, 679 Market Bt.
UflUni 111 II c - *• UJBLINB sails March
IIUnULULU 4. 8. S. WILHELMINA Rails
March 12. S. S. HONOLULAM
sails March 18. New steamers, 13,000 tone dis
placement. Ltare Pier No. 38. Round trip, $110
and up. Direct serTice to the Volcano.
MATSO.V NAVIGATION COMPAWY
acr f Marlcct Street, San FrancUe*
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