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TENYO MARU IN
FROM FAR EAST
Japanese Liner Brings Rich
Cargo and Big Crowd
of Passengers
Freight Includes Shipment
of Raw Silk Worth
$1,000,000 ',-
The Japanese liner Tenyo Marti, Cap
tain Ernest. Bent, arrived yesterday*?
morning: from the. far east "with-* 205'
cabin passengers, 33 in the 'second
cabin and 142 in the Asiatic steerage.
The cargo ,of 4,153 tons included a
shipment of raw silk valued at more
than $1,000,000. The liner also.brought
treasure from Japan to the amount of
5250,000. ■ •" '■? y
The majority of the passengers on
the Tenyo were tourists and most of
the tourists were Britishers. 7 So. much
in fact was John, Bull in evidence that
a special "limejuice" party was given
during the. latter part of? the voyage
in their honor. .""..'"
Among the passengers was: Mrs. S.
Oyama, wife of the acting Japanese
consul general at this, port. She
brought her two children with her.
They were met, in quarantine, by the
consul. . ' ' -7' "-' - 7 "
The liner was favored with fine
Weather all the way across the Pacific
Ifsrid Captain Bent kept his -;■ promise
made by wireless to have his ship in
port by 9 o'clock a. m. . *
The Tenyo's passengers-included: ;
A. G. Anthony, Hon. A. R. Adams. G. A.
Archer. Mrs. G. A. Archer, Miss L. E. Archer.
'. T. Bonnar, F, A. Brewer. Mrs. F." A. Brewer.'
Miss C. M. Kissinger. A. vonrßohuszewlez. Mrs.
L. P. Backus, A. L. Ragg.it. Mrs.-A. L. Raggot.
Mrs. It. F. Ballagb, B. 11. Billman, Mrs. B. 11.
Blllman, Dr. J. W. Bower*, Mrs. 3. W. Bowers.
". F. S. Br.K-knian. Dr. N. Bnrwash. Mrs. N.
Burwash, G.-'-H. de Bus. L. Carrlgan. 11. (*.
Christensen, Mrs. 11. ('. (lirlsti and Infant,"
George L. Cot, Harry Catlln. L. W. Cherry.
.Mrs. L. W. cherry. 1,. W. Cherry Jr.. G. A.
"berry. Miss ('. Y. Cherry. Miss Louisa Clark,
Colonel F. A. Copeland. Mrs. -F. J. Copeland,
William P. Clyde and valet, Miss Anna M. Don
aldson, Miss K. Pozier. S. H. Edwards. G. S.
Eddy, W. f_, Ellis; Major General Granville Firer
ton. C. R.: B. E. J. Ells, Mrs. B. E. 3. Ells.
C. H. Fahs, Mrs. B. G. I arrar, Miss A. Farrar.
Miss R. Falrman.
A. 1.. Farwell, C. M. Fisher. Mrs. G. M.
Fisher and infant. Master Fisher.-Master Fisher.
Roy. D. J. Fleming. Mrs. D. .T. Fleming, and
three children. H. Fowler. E. E.'-Gerrard.. Rev.
C. Ghormley. Mrs. «'. G norm ley and two ] chil
dren. Hon. Herbert D. Gale. Hon. Jesse George, 7
A. K. Gambits. H. Greer. Mrs", H. Greer. Mrs.
M. Grelst, F. W. Garajoist, R. N. Hatrlek, W.
T. Hilles. Mrs. W. T. Wiles, Mis. H. W.
Hunter, George 8. Holmes, F. E. llnarer. L. B.
Hasaford. Mrs. E. Harms, 1 K. Hara. A. G. E.
Baske, Mrs. A. <;. E. Hanke.
L. A. Harrington. J. M. Hamilton." C. G. Han-
Tian, Miss A. F. Haseall. J. F. Hibbs. II M.
Bind, Mrs. J. C. Heitrne. H. Holte. Y. Hori
kawa. Colonel J. M. Irwin. A. Trrarazavel. Mrs.
A. Irrarazavel, Miss Irraraaavel, Master : Irrara
zavel. Muster Irrarazavel. Master Irrarazavel.
Master Irrarazavel, P. C.Jaehne.-D. .laffe. Mrs.
D. Jaffe and two children. K. M. Jeme.C.-M.
.!• in", Kwan Tsii Kuang. King Lan Yen. Sigmund
Katz. H. Koganef. Homer Laughlln. Jr., . Mrs.
Homer Langhlin, Master Homer Laughlln.
Mrs. a. Lupton, N. A. Lowell, Mrs. X. A.
Lowell. W. B. Lunt. Mrs. W. H. Lunt. Liang
Ting Ng. Liang Ting Kai. Miss Liang Hao Ying.
W. p. Mather. Miss P. Mather. Charles Manger.
Dr. 3. R. Mott. Mrs. .7. R. Mott. J. L. Mott.
M. A. Moore, Mrs. M. A. Moore. Miss C. Moore.
Miss <*. Moore, Mrs. N. W. Melvor. Miss Helen
Melror, Miss Henrietta Melvor,, Miss McKce,
Miss Ida MeCreary. J.W. Maekay. Mrs. C. M.
Malcolm. Hubert Neiberg. T. Nakahara. -
F. J. D. Nleuwenhins, Mrs. F. J. D. Nieuwen
hlus. Miss Nleuwenhius, Nils -. Niisen. H. J.
Nairn, J. E. Norton, A. N-.mes. W. L. Osborne.
Mrs. McKinley - Osborn, Miss Oshorn.' M. A
Oudln, B. Otaki, Mrs. S. Oyacaa and two infants j
and two servants. M. Oyams. 1 ; Miss K. Oyaina, j
W. Hutton Potts. Mrs. (W. Hntton Potts. Rev. j
51. A. Petersen. Mrs. M. A. Pedersen.\Miss Pe
tersen. Mrs. W. G. Pratt. H. V. Porter. W. J.
| Pulling. Mrs. W. J. Pulling. W. A. . Ray. G.
ir.onaud, H. Roelli, Marshall R-.nk. A. M. Slack,
\Mrs. A. M. Slack.
V W. S. Schramm. J. K. ;W. Schinmilpennlnck. i
Sirs. J. K. W. Schmmllpenninck. K. H. Scott; I
Charles Shanafelt, N. Shirashl, R. Singleburst.
Mrs. 1* L. Stiles. F. ]». Strong, W. B. Strong,:
Mrs. A. W. Stein. E. Snyama, W. Saunders. !
Master Stedman, R. E. Stewardson,- T. T:ik:»
hashl. S. Tamura. S. E. Towns. Mrs. S. W. W.
Valpv. Miss M. Whipple, Dr. W. W. Van Val
zah. G. F. Wolter*. H. Watanabe, E.J. Web
ster, H. Wolskel. Mrs. H. Wolskel.
I.lner Ventura ."Will Sail .This Afternoon
The Oceanic Steamship company's liner
Ventura, Captain Cowell, will sail at
'A o'clock this afternoon for Sydney, via
Honolulu and Pago Pago with a. large
number of passengers and a full cargo.
Among the passengers will be E. G.
Likens of Oakland, who is * going to '
Sydney, accompanied? by his wife. It j
was Mr. Lukens, who. years ago, in-j
duced the Pacific Mail company to i
establish a line between this port and I
the antipodes*. , |
Mr. and airs. R. J." McPhee of Den
ver will make the round trip-on; the
liner.. Among the "passengers to Syd
ney will be a theatrical party from
Xew York, which will include Miss
Schmolz, the Russian dancer, /and M.
A. Volinin of the Genee company. H.
M. "Wilson, who was chief electrician
on the little old liner Alameda when
that vessel was launched at Philadel
phia, will he a passenger to Sydney.
The Alameda was the first vessel on
the Pacific equipped with electric
lights so that Wilson was the first
seagoing: chief electrician this cor
ner of the Seven seas. Professor R. W,
Doane. wife and son. will he passen
gers to Pago Pago. David Bispham.
who is groin* to Sydney, will join the
Ventura at Honolulu. »-
Lower Rates an Flour Shipments?
In the hope of stimulating shipments
during the slack months, the .freight
rates on flour and wheat from Paget j
pound to the far east will be reduced |
between June 1 and August 15. ,: On ,
shipments to Japanese ports arid Hong
kong the reduction will be $1..",0 a ton.
and $1 a ton on shipments to Manila. I
The rates that will prevail between j
these dates will be: To Japan, $3: to j
Shanghai. $4; to Hongkong, $4, and;
$3 to Manila.
Submarine to Be. Launched Today , y
The submarine torpedo boat H-l will ]
be launched at the Union Iron works at I
1 o'clock p. in. today. The vessel will I
be christened by Miss •-Leslie .Mekins i
and the launching will be witnessed
by a large party of invited guests.' •
. Lyman D. Foster Abandoned at Sea. 7? j
According to a cablegram * received j
yesterday from London, the schooner'
layman D. Foster, which left Belling- j
bam for Levuka with a cargo of lum-|
her, was abandoned April 23, 23 miles I
south of Kambara island. The crew
reached land safely and a steamer is
now out looking for .the derelict.
Change of Masters 7. ? 7 : : »
Kteamer Dauntless. C. C.Titcbworth,
old master; K. A. Sandstrom, new ' mas
ter. Steamer Harvard, <?*,. H. Harvey*
old master: Rasmus .lepsen. new".mas
ter. Steamer Montara. FredNystrom,*
old master; G. M. Johnstone, new mas
ter. Steamer Juliette,*Peter Hansen,
old master; X. J. Richardson, new mas
ter. ..;-.:- ,y y' y t -y - •.
- 7 J" n roll men m" ■ yllpisß
Schooner Robbie' Hunter, August F.
Omen, master; steamer Vanguard,: John
O.Odland, master.. -.•-.- ,"
Water Front Votes
Receipts of lumber yesterday- by sea
amounted to 2,316,000 feet.
The "-Kosmos liner jSerapis leftCham
perico May 3 for this port. ,'/*,. ry-y <
The steamer Jason of: the. v Jebsen
company fleet, left Manzanillo May 4
for.Salina Cruz; -X-'i"
The snip Edward • Sewall, reported
ashore at Honolulu, baa been: flouted,
undamaged. ..'■ 7
The Matson liner Wilhelmina will
sail tomorrow for-Honolulu*with X- a
large number of passengers and a cargo
of general merchandise. ■'.* . -.
-fattee to Mariners ?■?".* y?*;.?
y ,*. Branch Hydrographic Of flee,' *%
* - -'''■- ";'-•■" San Francisco, May 5, t'.»i::.
Captain Salter of the Japanese steamer .Mansliu
Mara reports to the branch - hydrography office
at Portland that ,on April >*l4,;'at;'2* a: in., lie
sighted an iceberg 200 feet long and 40 feet wide,?
*- [ showing - 2 feel above water, •in latitude 1 4.". ■ dc
■ -grees -'4 minutes north, longitude 152 degrees' 2
■ ndnules east.
A ./Captain Fartpjbarson of the British steamer
reports passing wreckage on 'April-21
. ik 10 a. in.. in latitude S3 decrees* 10 ninut'.*
. north, » longitude 'j 120 i degrees >.■■ 5* si testes west,"
. which bad the appearance of being i■■ lower,* must
| attached 'to I a , schooner's _ topmast and "floating
? free. - ■'": KB. fi.vBAHTHAI.OW.
Lieutenant, L. is. X., in Charge.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Movements of Steamers
'.!-.-- 7 ■ TO ARRIVE -G ■- :'XXa ..'■■■ ?
I
Steamer
Los Angeles ■•'/."...... '.'. Speedwell : '...... (May/- <>
Sal."Crui'& Ran, Diego. Mexican ...... 'May 6
Monterev & Santa Cruz. Eureka •;."..:..'- May, •'.
Grays Harbor.*..;"..".*.".■".' [Norwood ."*-::'... May 0
Seattle & Tacoma .".:.. WatsonV.;:....". May, 8
Willapa 4Harbor.".:...:i Santa \ Barbara. . May. i
Portland v.: ...*;?..*.*..'.. [Camlno '.......". May, i.
Humboldt ..-.;..".:...:. 'City of Topeka. May;* 7
Los r Angeles direct .*.... [Harvard * .*.....: May J ; 7
Fort: Bragg...........'. Arctic -..:... -. • • [May 7
Honolulu..;: .-.". ........jllonolnlan -..":... May. 7
Humboldt *. •.'"."-....... - 'Vanguard ..". :".'*". May " 7 (
Los Angeles.':.......... illaualet >::..*:.. May.-., 8
Point Arena & Albion. . Porno "...iA'XA.'. May " 8
Port San Luis..:.. .....Coos'Bay....... Mar 8
Seattle «V Tacoma ...;*. Oliver " .1. oiseii. : May *
Humboldt .........:... North Fork;..-..- May;; 8
Los Angeles. .."....*...:. Centralla*.:....". May'/ *
San Diego & fxis Ang. . Yosemite*.*.."..:. May 8
San Diego * Los Aug..'Ceo. W. Elder.. May 9
Humboldt .v;:..;;-...; E. -V KMmrn. ..}M»y r 9
Ralboa* & Way Porta.. of Sydney: May. 9
Puget gonad Ports....; City ofiPucbla.. May 9
Portland * & Astoria .*..'.: Bear .........'.". May 9
Los Angeles............ Beaver ........ May 9
San : Diego & Los Ang.. [Governor *;.*..".. May 9
Los» Angeles direct. ....[Yale ::...*.;::.: May 9
Hamburg* Wav Ports.'KerapIs *......... May: 9
Honolulu ....;....;.... ISIerrn ..... • •.'. (May; 9
xi'Lteies ,..:......[Northland ..... May, 9
Fort ; Rragg.........'.. Brunswick v..". '.". May, 10
San Diego & ; Los * Aug. - Harvard ;....'.'.'. May 10
Karatsu ......:...,. ! Artemis ....'."... May 10
Seattle & Tacoma..;..'.IAdm. Farragut. .Mav
Portland & Astoria .. ..'Roanoke;}.:...:. May 10
Sal. ? Cruz & San Diego.i Nebraska!! .'.. May 11
Hllo ;:;.......;...:;. Tlyades ";;... ?.; May -11
Seattle direct ........ President ;...... [May 11
Mendocino & Slid. Cove Sea Foam ;....; May 11
China A Japan..:.. ...{Persia r : ...... .. May -12
San.Diego & Lot -Ang.;(State of Cal... May. 12
San Diego & Los Aug..! Yale..... ;.7.*.. May
boa Angeles & Wav PtslSanta Clara . .'.'.May,12
TO SAIL : yk-
Mar 6 Del Norte ... ..(Crescent City 4 pml 10.
May 0 Norwood ......!Los Angeles. 10 am
May? 6 F. A. KUtmrn.. (Humboldt •'. 12 in 13
May 6 Ventura ;....*.. 'Sydney ..... ' 2 pm 21
Mar 6[Qneen ........ 'Pucct Bemad.] 2 pea 9
May 0 Beaver *.-..-... t.os Angeles, '11 am' 40
May OiSpcedwell ... ..iCoqnlllo Riv. 2 pm ....
May ' 6Tamalpais .... Portland ... 5 pm 51
May 6 Westerner- .... J Portia ... .5 pm 27
May : <; Eureka ...;.... 'Santa Cruz.. 4 pm. 13
Mar 7 -"heliali* ......: Urays Harbor j 4 pm 19-
Mar 7 Phoenix ....... 'Humboldt ...111 1 am' 27
May 7! Santa Barbara.. Los Angeles. 1 pm! 51
May "[Navajo ....;. Portland ...[10 ami 8
May • 7 Wilhelmina . . . .: Hoiiolnln ... : 12 m' 38
May "7|Sea Foam....:. 'Mendocino .. 4 pm' 4
May 71Rrunswick ....IFort Rragg..! 3 pm ....
May 7'Harvanl ....... San Diego... I 4 pm 7
Mar i 7 Santa Clara .ILos Angeles. 10 am' 13
May ;i*. H. Leggett, [Portland ...| 5 pm 51 ,
May 7!Redondo ...... (Coos Bay....; 3 pm 27
May 7 Vanguard ...... !!/x< Angcle-.; 3 pm 27
May 78]Fifleld ........ jroquille Riv.i 5 pm 27
May S,Cit.v of Topekft. Humboldt }■'•".". 12- m 11
May7 SiCentralla ....'.: teraya Harbor 10 an 21
May 8! Daisy ......... Wlllapa Har.l ........
May? Si Yosemite:...... Portland;... 10 am- 31
May; SIState of Cal...; San Diego.:: 11' ami 9.
Mm- SSO. J. Olson:;.;. Los Angeles.! 2 pm 27 :
May 7*8] Saginaw ;.;.:.. Portland ■■;..". 1 pm 27
May- 9 Yale .......... !San Diego...! 4 pm' 7
Mar 91 Watson *....'... Pogct; Sound' 3 pm 10.'
May 9!Geo. W. Elder. . 'Portland ...'10 am' 13
May 9!Hanalel :....... Los Angeles.: 3 pm 10
May lOlNippon Maru. .. [Hongkong ... 1 pmi 347;
May 101 Pennsylvania .. Ralboa ..... i 12 m 42
May. lOtPeru ,.';'........ Balboa ...'.. 12 A. m 1 42 (
Mar 10'Oovernor ...... Puget Sound. 2 pm! 9
May 10 Coos Ray...... !Pt. San Luis.! 4 pm ! 11
May H'lHarvard " ..;.... lis* Angeles. 4 pm' 7;
May 10 Falcon ;...:.... IPuget Sound. 5 pm' 38
May 1<> Reaver ........ Portland ... 12 m 40
May. .Northland ..... Portland ... 5 pm] 27
May 10 Stanley Dollar.. Portland ... 5 pm : 8
May 10 North Fork- ... [Humboldt v.. 12-m 38-
Mav 10 Roanoke ;,...... 'San Diego... 7:pmt 13
May 11 Arctic ;......: Port Bragg.. 3 pml..:.
May 11 Porno -":..:..... Point Arena.; 6 pm! 8
May 12'President ...... San Diego... | 2 pin- »
San
-; y*- TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE -- ? yy:
• Destination [ -?: Steamer I "Date
Ska»*vay & Way ports. Humboldt V ".':'■'. .'.; -May »<8
Seward & ; Way Ports. . Alameda v..... Mar 0
Nome - direct.......... i'orwin ..A. ..... [May, TO
Bethel-Good News Bay. j Yukon V...",'. May 2."
PIER DIRECTORY ? y'yryy
'NORTH OF MARKET STREET ■
Pier .... WashlngtonlPier -17.......... Union 1
Pier 5...:.'.".*; JacksoiilPier ; 11)..;;.' Union 2
Pier ; 7 ;..'.'..: .'. PacificlPier 21.. ..'. A.. .*. Filbert
Pier 9..... Broadway 1 Pier 2" .. ...Greenwich 1
Pier 11..... Broad way 2 Pier 2-"i Greenwich 2
Pier 13....:.... Vallejo'Pier 27........' Lombard
Pier: 15..";;:*'..... GreenjPier .'IT. ';..*.;. ..'Powell
SOUTH OF MARK ET STREET '
Pier .2 ..Mission 1 Pier 24....*. ....".."Spear
Pier 4..... Mission ; 2 Pier 25........'. .'.'- Main
Pier 6 ..... Howard TPier 34..........;. Beale
Pier -8.". Howard 2!P!er 30...:.... Fremont
Pier 10.......H0ward 3'Pier 35....:.:.... First
Pier 12.....:.. Folsom ljPier 40 1
Pier 14........F0150m 2 Pier 42 IP. M. S. S. Co.
Pier 10....... Harrison'Pler 44 j
Pier 20..:...... Steuart'Pler 54....... Fourth :
Sun, Moon * and V Title ; * t .?•:? y.
Unlted '■• States coast and 1 geodetic survey -Time
and heichts of tides at Fort' Point. 'For .city
| front (Mission street wharf), add 25 minutes.
TUESDAY, MAY 0
Sun rises ....................;...;.....,.. 5:07
Sun seta ........J ..*...............;;.% 7:00 1
Moon* sets .'. '. .;....:.;..'...;....''. '..*'.. —— p..m.
New moon ...........;...May fi. a' 12:15 S. m.
First quarter m00n........May 13. at. 3:.10 ix. m.
■V- [Timet |Time| ITiroel Time
May! — 1 Ft ; "-— [ ; Ft i J —-j. Ft ! A f Ft
•h Wj |H W| yfL W| !'H W|
«.., 5:341—0.2112:401 4.5 4:59' ■;.- 3.010:52! 5.9
7.. 6:1.*") 0.5' 1 :3fi! 4.4 5:87(■-.' ."...•till "5.9
8.. 0:58 —0.7 2-33 : 4.4' 6:18] 3.6 11:54] 5.9
9..' 7:17 -0.7 3:331 7 4.4 f 7:08 ; 3.8! ......
.-._ H W * J. W' y ii W l W -x ,
10.. 9:36 5.8! 8:38—0.6 4:35 7 4 -■ 8:101 3.8
11.. 1:27) 5.5] 9:32'—0.4' 5:27 ! .?4.6| 9:2« 3 8
Time Ball :,.yy.*,-7i'--
United .States - Branch * Ilydrographie, Office, Mer
chants' Exchange, San . FrancNco. ; May
'* --'-~ :.. ion. *. -X-.- : - a- : '' -"■ '-■ - ; *.' ■:'■ ; *■
.'The time ball on the roof of the F*irni<vit hotel
was dropped today exactly at, noon. Pacific stand
ard time (120 th meridian!, at at Sli.* 00m. Otis.
Greenwich mean time, y . ■'-
';. . B. <;. BARTIIAIXIW. "y
-X' .-;■>■ IJfMitenant. I*. S. N\, in Charge,
IiVI)KO<'H\f'III- OFFICE
: Depth ; at: mean low water entrance to harbors.
Apr.
I- *
north-
lapa ..
M*
south.
1 "
•o
Apr.
est :; water .; over. bar,
will, "-Inner;-bar;:P." S.
can buoy, bearing NE.
Vt N. (mag.), •y.-'. •
hannel remaining about
same. - • ;; - -■-. ..-*„-« '■.,...,
bannel to the southward
and changing a '■- little
to the north. ■
l.
©[Channels sooth r of range,
! -150 to 220 feet."*."• In
I - good; shape.■:;*-
••
-•
i.
■A
X
.
"i
Channel fairly a straight
[ y ont for bnoy.: ■.;■;-:/. ■
The channel 1st about 150
7;feet north of fairway
/ buoy. :, '",■ .7 * *; -
Beit water 390 feet from
17- black j buoy at ' end j of
1/ 1<tiy. .;-':'■ > -.*.. y«-y Xy
1
Apr.
«>
| Apr.
close;., to
.
'Jetty.
northwest.
ithi.
[Apr.
norr
I Mar.
, 81 North' channel no longer
I ■* navigable. ; ■ ■-7:■->■•-■ y-,
131 Channel i 400§ feet % wide,'
I So feet; deep nearly to
.'I "A. turn Ing! basin.* .'y*' " ,':,
_(>i .-.■-.... .-.-.;-.;•.-;
lar.
'!"'•
i * on:
feet.
■■
I
.
an. Pablo
lseya It..
I 23Ms[Sep.3ujDepth: in
>_ '■' 1 : - 1 Ml. ,
* 7. July 26| Channel
m-
out/
-,' Ir. V. ltr:ii>)-h 11v.1|.|.i.r«n1.1,. <><¥!..„ y- -
y.\7 branch of the -Lnlteds States hydrographlc I
office, ,-located.: in H the Merchant's }' Exchange.** is I
maintained ? 111 7 Kan -*, : Francisco ■? for j the *, benefit rf of I
mariner*, without regard to nationality,';and free I
if ~ expense. \;> Navigators * are \ cordially ihvlfed i to
visit the office, where a complete set of charts
and .sailing; directions' of J the j world are kept at
hand for comparison and reference, and the latest
Informations can always '5 be '/obtained? regarding
light*,*, dangers ".to* navigation and matters'- of in
terest'to ocean,eommerc ey *~--—:';
R. a. HAIITHALOW. -
Lieutenant. C.S.N.. in Charge.
"i - *'
:.) ■Movement* of Transports '7?
-.- -- Tn» . Crook ■' Is 3ln - port. 'TAX' ,:.'?.*. sy:- AX: - * '.'. .-.:; *?-"'.. ,-
X The Logan, V. from;, San?' Francisco " for 7 Manila,:
tailed: from > Honolulu April * 13.
?; The 7 Bedford "is in f port.
-. The \ Shermani Is 'In port. , 'Af.-/
X Tbe Thomas \ sailed i from Manila • for San • fraa- -
Cisco April 15. , - > -
. The Dix la on Puget sound
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY; MAY 6, 1013.
WIRELESS REPORTS
FROM SHIPS AT SEA
MARCONI WIRELESS
|' These reports are received 7 directly
I from - the i Pacific f coast 7 stationsV of the
Marconi .Wireless company:
I. .* *y. • - Saturday, j May ■3.•
STEAMER? ENTERPRISE— From? San Francisco
¥ * for 'Hllo: 8 |>. m.. 1,714 miles from San Fran
'7* cisco; all well. -"-?: ■' - -'*"■-?; *;:?'"'-* A-'AfAXX.'
':yyy:~"-Xy '■Xyyty; ' ' '-?.. Sunday. May 4.
STEAMER J. A. CHANSLORi-Frotfl' Everett far
'f;Monterey;-8 p. in.. "7 miles north of San Fran
' :'■ cisco; 'calm;? smooth : dense tog., ,
STEAMER MONGOLIA—Hence May .1 for.China;
5; j 8 p."; in.. 420 miles , off • San } Francisco. "*" " " - '-£.;:.
STEAMER W. S. PORTER—From Port? San Lois'
■};' for Everett;' 8j p. m."7 3.'52 * miles J north >of ; San s
Francisco,
STEAMER HONOLULAN—From \ f Honolulu v. for.
: San Francis* 8f p. m... 3 "24- miles-?off,* San?
■a: Francisco; 'light northeast * Wind; sea : smooth;
7- all well.
"'-"-" ..* : -:-.- - ■'' ;-:.. '.'-( y* X - Monday, Mar % oyXH
STEAMER ' STATE OF CALIFORNIA- From. San
iy Diego for,San;Franclsco;i will arrive ?8:lo p. in.
STEAMER SANTA 5 CLARA -From San Pedro for
San Francisco;; due p. m. 7y... y . ",.,
STEAMER NORWOOD—From Grays \ Harbor"; for
7. San Francisco; ;expects* to arrive .at midnight. y
' . SAN FRANCISCO. May S.
STEAMER MONGOLIA— p. m., 794 1 miles 'from
lightship. * - v . .' "'-.,.' X
STEAMER WATSON—B p. ' m., 140 miles north
: . -of; San ': Francisco." ■-y - <..■;*?" i-V>'.' A-'-'-'yX.A'-X
STEAMER " BTJCKMAN—B p. m., .1 -miles' north
-: of .Duxbury *; point. : ;;.***->?:,■
STEAMER ROSE : CITY— p. St., 10 miles sontb
':yof;Polnt.'Arena;y^-;;."'■.?,, ■;';.- :*% ;..'7'- ?.'.. ; .'.?*".7
STEAMER SPEEDWELL—S \p. m.. off Point Sur.
STEAMER COL. E. L. DRAKE—With barge Mo
?;-ln tow; Bp. m., ? off .Point' Reyes, 'yyy ■■-. •
STEAMER GOVERNOR -8 p.m., off Monterey. .
STEAMER MAVERICK—B p. m., 37 miles from
y lightship. " " ■ ■ ■■ y '.- 'v -- . . . j
STEAMER ARGYLL— p. m., 85 miles south' of
'' San Francisco. ■•;?.. .* - '''""*. "'",""
STEAMER YALE— 6:2O p.y m., passed Pigeon
point. 1 : " • *, "/'-•'
.7 : : X-' : SEATTLE. May 7,.
STEAMER PRESIDENT— Off Tatobshat 6 p.m.,
.=- northbound. .-y ; ..: yy"-'"'?.'"" ?^.-."- ! - •"■":
STEAMER OLIVER 3. OLSON Tacoma 8
-p.* in., southbound. - ... r ■- - „ t "". .
; :;.? - EUREKA; May 5. *-.
STEAMER WATSON- 12 m.. off Trinidad. '? ?
." . . FAST SAN? PEDRO,V May 5.7?
STEAMER ST. - HELENS- -7 p. m.. 20 : miles
y north of Point* Loma, tKiund for San Pedro.
STEAMER CITY OF PARA miles * south' of
San Francisco at 8 p. m.- - '
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
the Pacific
(Special Dispatch.to The Call)..
EUREKA, May s.—Steamer North Fork arrived
from Han Francisco early;.today; with mall and a
cargo of gasoline and ..oils. ;. ■-. y--■ '"'■■'-.; A-
Steamer Despatch departed this morning with a
lumber cargo for San Pedro. - -'.---':' .-.-.■--;.::
i;. Carrying,, passengers, mall i and '-'lumber,'*' the
steamer Santa Monica departed for San Francisco
shortly, before noon today. ..: • y. '-■..-■% 7? 7 .
SAN PEDRO, May 5.— Steamer William. Chat
ham i arrived today from Everett • and is • discharg
ing her lumber cargo at.the Salt 1 Lake, wharf.
.7 ■ Steamer ,J Tallac arrived y today from ?; Everett.
with, a cargo of .poles and is discharging at the
Southern Pacific-wharf.--?i" ? -- A . -
'-'" ■•':• Steamer Alcatraz : arrived from I Greenwood! to
day ;: with ra ; cargo, of l redwood . for *, the" Southern \
California Lumber company. : iy. ■.. y ! ,' j X■■-''X
m Steamer Thomas,L.- Wand", sailed ' for -Redondo
Bench today l with. a balance of cargo of lumber;
loaded at Portland. . ■--";'"-■.*'.-. . ; - : ';. 'yAAX
"* Steamer? Hanalei arrived today from San Fran
cisco |with '■ passengers' and i freight 1 for the Inde- :
pendent Steamship company, and -sailed* tonight
for return. y v -yy-yy .■-?•.-.; : -,;y *->*--^
-.After-discharging a"ipartial";cargo? ; of7 redwood :
npoa arrival here today from Casper.'the steamer
Casperl proceeded to; San Diego : with balance of
cargo.s -„* -. - - • ..-"""**
PORTLAND. ' May 5. — Because .Norwegian
steamer Terrier," Captaln'Thoraen,. had "not. filed
her entry* Into S this -. customs'- district i this f morn
ing.' although l she has * been here since j last f Fri
day, she is liable to a fine of if 1,000.* " Customs
officials are Investigating. > '
i Terrier,*., which ;is under - charter ?to Balfour.
Guthrie' & ' Co.. - arrived * in; Columbia * river from
Acapuleo. -.'April' 30. i and| proceeded I from Astoria
to I Rainier. She .took ,on . a few | hundred | feet! of
lumber there' for .Melbourne.**, and ' then * came ion
up the - river |to Inman-Poulsen mills "to take : the
remainder, of her cargo. * ", •
y* Steamer General Hubbard and 'steamer* Daisy
Freeman are at Clark & Wilson* mills, Llnnton.
tonight, • from San Francisco. Both are ;loading
lumber for California ports. 7-7 ~,■ - -
.-In; matter of compliance with wireless act? on
the part of, Japanese steamer Mansbu : Mam. Cap."
tain Slater : has: Informed ? customs - officials I that
he has no license.to carry passengers and' so». ac
cording to section 2of the act..he is not required,
to have wireless installed i until on'or. after
July 1. ■;':'■■ ' ■ y -
,y States Inspectors of Steam Vessels Ed
wards and -; Fuller ' this : morning ,' began Investlga-
tion *■? Into cause -of - collision '•- betweon -' Columbia
contract tug -; Hercules > and steamer Yellowstone,
at T Harlow ;• pointy near Walkers Island. April : 28,
ABERDEEN. May 5. —For 48 hours the , only ;
arrivals,-. ha vej been' the; at earner Columbia, Neha
lem,- Coronado ami Lindatier.y" ■>-. '.-yyy Ay--~'yy
X The ;. Columbia ' reached j port -last I Friday, 1 wlili a
Rood list * ofpasKCnuers. She is i loading - lumber
at the Wilson Brothers' mill, Within 24J hours
three : sailing vessels 'bare >■ been I towed. down | the
harbor, bound -for Honolulu. y The ;. list includes
tichooners* Fred: J. Wood," loaded' at t Iloquiiun; , the
Alrena. for ('uaymas. and h.-irk>-ii!:R>- Newsboy. :-
M Departure* .for San Francisco; and?other Call-'
fornian ports • are steamers .Norwood -and -' Fair
Oaks. y'y-y ;: -7-"--,-.'- - 'yy r??'-,, y yrAAyy- y?y-7y-
"ASTORIA," May 5— Steamer? .lohnn Poulsen ar
rived, today if rom San | Francisco -to-load > lumber.
i Steamer-"Shasta arrived *.* this X morning from
San Francisco.to load lumber. , s.y : A'yXA.,
■'•Steamer * Roanoke _• arrived Sunday - afternoon
, from J San ■ Francisco and San' Pedro with ! freight
and passengers.'.:...;:; -.';.': ..';.:; '.y-.
_- 4 Steamer ('ammo sailed ' today for San* Fran
cisco. with a general cargo. ■":*.!
'■"■:'- British, steamer Kentra :is < due to 'arrive 7 from
Vancouver-to load for the orient.', : ■*
SEWS OF THE OCEAV
7 Rxpord by tbe Aorangi \- 7?y?y
, The British ;stearner Aorangl sailed * for Sydney
and ' way* ports 'Wednesday?, with 'cargo?valued*At
$114,440.-! to be distributed as follows:^For Ta
hiti. $W.l>2R: New; Zealand;*: $34,995;** Australia?
$27.. 73: Friendly islands. $93*1; tSouths* Africa.
$120. >;, The 'principal' exports.' and?, their destina
tions were as follows:- *'-*.* >- , -y -■-•■■:, yyy
-.To" Tahiti— l.7oß * Mil* 7 flour;-: .1.12 r pals wine.
140 7ctls i barley."*-; 01 « etls '• wheat. .'l3 > carts beer
.11.460 ~ lbs ~ rice; * 10.332 ■"» lbs > : beans, 0.500 € lbs
sugar. j 427 £ c* v canned . goods. f 46.076 a lbs i bread;'
492 •cs and 4 2'! *ha If; bbls ?* salmon, 62T. •; lbs .*, dried
fruit. 220 lbs rnislns, 7.076 lbs lard. 10 tons.salt.**
WO lbs ten, 4.1 os i eggs, 1 700 1 lb* codfish.% 687 lbs
cheese,* 68. j pkgs - potatoes. • 2.300 Ift I lumber,] 164 r es
and 5 bbls oils, 8 pkgs ' saddlery.*! 881 pkgs.wagon
material. 20.- en '• stationery;? 10 * pkgs 1 sewing 3 ma
chines, t4B " coils , rope; -38« cs drugs, 74 ; " os ; : boots
and > alines. 2: antos and ,2 7 pkgs parts, 76 j bales
bars. 13 cs : arms and ammunition.:' .'*, i- ■•-''; "*,:?*
•"•*' To ► New Zealand—o2,B7s ; lbs dried -'fruit,! 17.125.
lbs raisins, 531es' canned goods. <•* egg 5.'2.255
lbs coffee, 1 42.492 ift slumber,*? 1195 bbls »and ! 9:cs
oils. .'l7."i rolls sand 74 jikg* roofing. 1." pkgs.agrl
cnltnrnlAimplements.-, 3.1 A bales;* broom? corn;-**. 1.1
pkgs machinery. 8 pkgs auto parts. '-";y«..yy:y*t'
y£ To \ Australia— 7.476 v lbs s coffee,'' 4.170 •' lb* dried
fruit. WW c* canned goods,"* 2,100 lbs hops;' 12 lons
sal t;- 10 • pkgs i machinery, * 30' bbls 1 ink. »60 i pkgs
electrical goods. 47 i pkgs paints. 1.706 j rolls | and
148 roofing material. 6.1. bbls oils. . " r - - »=*
: * To iFriendly | island*-- 1 ft 1 lumber. 8 pkgs
vehicles.' 1 * 12'pkgs furniture. 1,840 lbs rice. * 4 y
(' Shipping Intelligence
7 ?. -ARRIVED
» Sunday. Mar i.
-* ; 12 p.* m.. stmr j Wasp. 'Sundberg,? '10 hours* tract
Eureka; ;. 700.000, feet .lumber .to ,' Charles f Xelso:
company. ;.-,-,.
--;l2j p. : m.;* stmr Charles Nelson. Hansen, ?*'.ll
hours from Eureka;, In-'tow* simr Wat****..
• *" **;--' -Monday. Mat 5.
* t ' ; tll:or;:a.' m., atmr Hornet. .\larxen.?4o;i toon
fromf San ;Pedro;? ballast .to' K. Lindernia Ayr. -; *
10:13 h. m.. stmr Whlteaboro, Prcderiekson, H
boon * from I Greenwood: i 22.1,000 feet -.'lumber' am
*■.*> tons ground bark to L. E. White : Lumber com
pany. : • * - ,
10:40 a. yin.;^; stmr Pasadena.: McGnvern,: it
hours: Ira Albion; 363.000 feet * lumber to'Albiot
Lumber company.
;i" B'a."m.*,*i'Jap"stmr .Tenyo Muru, Bent. 27 day;
14 \ hours if 13 > mimites r. from Hongkong, via ; ; Yok'n
bamal-l.*!) days $ boors .'■."> minutes innd'iHo'oolul'r
.'. days 10 hours;': passengers ' and \ merchandise %t<
, Willi"; Avery, agent.
t:80 a. m.. stmr Helen P.?Drew*"Johanisse&*iS
hours * from Caspar; lumber to L. i:. * White 'Lim
ber company.* :■ ■- ■ :,.- s. .■ >. ■ •.
3&9:'Mi&7'?m:.■-, simr Yale. :Bartle(t,* 17 hours!*?
minutes 7 from s San Pedro, ,i passengers i ami - mer
chandise to Pacific Nn\igalinu company
7:20 ia. hi. .Istmr; J. 'K. Stetson.** Hall. 3d * hours
from ig Sun liPedro;; ballast to Hteksjlnuptmas
Lumber company.
0 a. m.. srmr cricket. Welnnan. 83 hours from
Tfleoma: ( I.2'o.wni ' feel lumber to V. Lindevnian.
7:10 a. in., stmr F. A. Kilburn. MeLellan. 19'~i
hours * from Eureka; = passengers and '■merchandise
io North Pacific Steamship ! company. •.- , <tc :r
1 a. in., stmr Roma, Law son, — hours from
Weather Report
Cnited States Department. of Agriculture—
,Weather Bureau. San Francisco, May 5. 1913.
- RAINFALL DATA . "\
yy- " ' :•■■ ■....'- -. y
■ ....■■.: -:■■
'■;■
-■ '--■•:-.' ...
STATIONS I
SHC*1 I IS^SfllllStef'
«* „_! ..s
..r*r- t - : o » ; • ,o g .
telfe-fl-l
3 *•. -1 * **• ■ —
/' 1 ? '' \tS?Mi
; I : '
v.
K*~3
III
: Si©
'"■'■'■■} '- ■'.'-.'■ '.: '".Xyy'r,. I
■-.
::'-■■■:.; ■■-■■ - -.-.,y -■■ - !'.:
'Enrcta-i: 'XX'.".y.iX.\
Red!Biuff:;T**:v:;:;i
: Sacramento ITTTTfV? j
Jilt." Tamalpai- ". ;
i San Francisco I
San Jose j
; Fresno YfyfiAAVATA^y !
Independence f fP;;': j
: San Luis Obispo: . .1
Ix»s Angeles I
I San iDiego.^:? VT7T7"7i\
9.00 I ::•'!.7i> ! 42.or. |
,0.00; I 17.40 ! 23..V)
10.00: 7.3S 19.24
0.00 20.24 21.97 i *
0.00 11.32 '21*497
0.00 5.57 16.18
0.00 5.88 9.M
= 0.00 4.10 I S8.94I
0.00 I X 7.08 I 19.70
0.00 I 12.79 I 15.24
;O.OOJlfl'5:80|ff|D.68H
[133:691
I 14.77
'■ 8.08
; 18.88
! *11 .70
! ratal
9.99
1 2.27
15.06 !
j 11.48
fj 10:42 •
PACIFIC? COAST STATIONS '
In the following tables the maximum mini
mum?; temperaturesi: and * rainfall '. are iyyAAXy
■■■;■■ .-.' -'- '■■•'•
mmxm
STATIONS
■AX
-.;-'--
• o -i 1
t 'A
'i. 's.
1 1 m
" §
- - :b,-
'•«*! : t
a ■ .*'/ ■ ■
r:/l:
- - ■>. - ■ '
.
STATIONS
7- ■■ ?•'"■-/
HI
O:
w
<*;
m.
I ri t
■.© t**l
« I a
I - 2.
i S
f fl
■- ."3,
;__|*|
■n ■
in ■'
XX-XXy
'■■>
■• :
yXyxy.yy
-'; y?y ■'■■-:■ Ai
-
. -• ■
?. ;.-.?
>yyyy
'- .- yy ■ -
Baker-* ."...".".170 36 .Of.(J Red*B1 off." itA: Hi
Boise ; *r.;*r.*;*. 74 40.00 Reno « 7.'"".T7TX; It
Del Monte .'..T* 64 32 .00 Rosehip-* SI
Eureka .*. '.*. 77. 32 48 .00 Sacramento 7tZ S(
Flagstaff?;*:.*.. 70 28.00 Salt Lake 7<
Fresno*..*;.'.-.. 821 Ml. San 'Diego.T:V. 6-
HelenaY....... 48 34 .00 .San; Francisco, jr.;
Honolulu ! 80 7(i'.O0 San Jose: 7?~"H 71
Independence.': 80140/00 S.-L.-Oblspor: 71
Kallspell 30 34 .02 SE.-KFaralloo."-; '.V
Los Angeles... 72 48 .00 Spokane r."; -**'"'**'■ Jet
Msnbfield .... 70 :*. :00 'Summit 'f7.'7:": «<
Modenar.*.t;T. 74 34.00' Tacoma 01
Mt. Tama I pais 07 59 .00 ITatoosh";.*;.t:|3:
North i Head...134 441.00' Tonnpah 7-
Flioenix .y.y. 90 82.00 Walla /Walla;*"- 7!
1'ocatello '.'..;'. 70 42 .00 . Winnemucca... 171
Ft. Reyes I.t. *"417 .01 Yuma *."r..'-.'".. 9(
Portland ;...*:: 72 46 .00 I yLv; ** --: :.yy

!•
*,
.110
1.00
.00
.00
.08
j.00
.00
.so
.08
.00
.00
.00
1.00
-y •Snow on ground, 11 inches. ?;7 7*, ?y y.-.y
' EASTERN*? STATIONS ■
Abilene ...... !7*v.">2: .OfP KiiOrville'"h . '881. .1.00
Atlantic City; 88341. Louisville;.*.;. 84 884.00
805t0n;....... 78 48 .00 Memphis I.". .**.. 78 08.00
Buffalo ;". 77:7: 70 70 .00 I Montgomery.;. «4 .00
Charleston ;... 82 80 .00 { Montreal ;.;.*; 84160 .60
Chicago r...... 73 06 .26 MoorheadJT.. * 60 34 .00
Denver ;.... [681 M* .00 New; Orleans:. 84JOS .00
Dcs Moines. ... 60 58 .08 New 1 York .-.77. <iR\54 .00
Dodge City r...* 66 52 .60 North? Platte.. 62 42 .00
Pnlnth ?.*..;;.*. 62 40 .00 Oklahoma fi.T; 68)84.16
. Durango ;;.;.. 70 36 .00 Pittsburg f.'..*". 86 58 .00
: Kastport '...;. 56140 .00 Roswelly. "*.-.;: 84 .'.oft
Galveston '..:. 76170 .00 St.- Louis r.r.*r. Wfß.Tr
Green Bay;;.*. 00 841.7418.. Paul ... 62|46 .00
Hatteras j;*.;.; 78:08! .00' Tampa /"..".:*.'."; 90 64 .00
Havre ........ 54 24 .00 Toledo;*...'..*. 84164.00
Huron ...;,.. 62 38 .00] Washington .. 86 54 .00
Jacksonville...lßßl6© 1.00 Winnipeg '.7.: 50|32 .00
Kansas- City.. 7>5} .54•! ' - - - -
"ALASKA AND ASIATIC • STATION
Dutch Harbor.[44l3o!.oo 7 -yj y; y' ■ -;-■-.".
7 \ I Bar. Ij. . ? I Bar. '
'■y<: .---•" ".- '-. j Inches -yy,yy •'.."yj'rnj Inches
Manila | 29.08 HHongkong ;;.;.| 29.92 I
Shanghai 30.00 ) | ;yXy7 yy.y ~ y:
: •Report of preceding day." -yy .■ :.i-. - >•■.■ ' r : -
X.y SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS yy
The pressure . is, failing > slowly ;on ' the j northern
coast rising rapidly iin tthe Rocky mountain
section and; the Missouri: valley. There • has i been
no rain j over 7 the . western harf .of the country. An
ill defined ; depression J over p the I Mississippi I valley
and lake region j has caused light rains •In ; Illinois.
Missouri. Arkansas and 'Louisiana."| At report
1.16 Inches hare |fallen.fi; Thunder storms |are|re-
ported ;in the Mississippi valley. % The weather Is
fair and warm in the Atlantic states,';with pros
pects of Increasing, cloudiness. Temperatures con
tinue above I the uormal in | all .the I eastern states.
Warm weather also ttoatlawes jin tbe great valley
of | California. Nevada. Oregon and Idaho.-* After-"
noon readings _in 'J the San Joaqnin * valley V have
reached .92 degrees and in the Sacramento valley,
86. Along ; thee i oast, owing. to tog, temperatures
are comparatively low. 7 , ; .
* -. » FORECAST
' ;Forecast made-at San Francisco for the 30 hoars
ending at:midnight May 6. 1913: y; •"*-?": .-■
'':A. San sFrancisco and < vicinity Foggy Tuesday;
moderate south wind, changing? to brisk! west. Sq
-y- Santa Clara valley—Fair Tuesday, fog 'in the
morning; moderate north 'wind.'- -.'. * •»••.#;?/ ■'■-. ■.-;..,■•
;*-;, Sacramento valley—Fair - ; Tuesday, ' continued
warm; light north wind. ■' '-'yy ■ -y.
yy San -• Joaquin valley—Fair ' Tuesday,,- continued
warm;'light north wind. ;.V - ;<;-:>•..>:»';
f .'-: California ; south; of the .Tchachapi—Fair?,Toe's-'
day,* somewhat warmer, overcast in the -morningy
light north wind, 1 changing, to southwest ; •',
-.A." G. McADIE, District Forecaster.""-*
; DAILY; 111 Kit BULLETIN ,']'
SACRAMENTO, May 3.—Observations taken at
7;a., m. today.--"..:. ;-..-- ; y^7-y*7^" : : ; * f .^,' : .-■ :".;■■'."'.:-..*.
**,
"y-
y-
'■■■■■
I 9 b I -;
\ 9f a 2. r*
-'-'".-...-'--. •-. 'yyy ■■"■ - Ii ■.--«-■ :»3-;
" * 9 ■' Is --3.7
.STATIONS _ ; J _ I = "■/
. 33 •_- t -5 3*
\ t t # i 5 s
i ■ \ •% n
** ' " ' ' ''■•■'■ '• - '• * '■'-"' * ' - '"'""-'
-Sacramento Watershed - A : y
Kennett.'Saeramenfo'rlver.; 2.".0
Red Bluff, : Recto, Friver....* 23. 0
Saint Jobs, Stony!crock.'**".;* : J2.0
Jacinto, Sacramento river..". ,21.0! j
Colusa., Sacramento* river... 729.0
Knights,.Landing.'"- Sac. river 1S.0 [
Oroville.'*;; Feather river .... 23.6 j
Mar.vBville. Yuba | Titer'."TX'.'X ;:30.0 < :
Nicolau*. Feather river .*.* *:. ;23.0,
American river.... 1 .... i
Sacramento,* Saeto. river* ... i 29.0j
Klo Ylxla, > Sacra meuto river ; 13.0 |
y San* Joaquin Watershed j X>A'X
Jacksonville.;Tuolumne river 20.0 I
Melnnesc, Stanlslaua -, river.;""' 1 .... I
I.athrop.1 San Joaquin river. j 17.0 j
Jenny hind Calaveras river, 10.0 ;
Klectra.tMokelumne, river... 12.0
Beatooi . Ferry. Mokelumne T'. \ \ 12.0 , j
2.4— —0.0
3.4— —0.9
0.3-2- —0.0
2. ft— —0.1
7.R— —0.4
I 8.7— —0.2
ti.S* »0.4
' 8.3*7 «0.2
| t ?:*:*. 'X'.TAX
I 7.5» *1.0
14.3-1 -0.1
| 3.2* ] 7*0.9
i fi.r>» i 7 *l'.S
I 4.0* ( *0.3
I : 4.1 —! —0.3
j 0.2— 7—0
'2.9** *0.:,
i ft.9—J *0.C
: y. 'Indicates a "rise .'.f—-Indicates* a fall. ytGauje
down. i -■::-.._.■,- fc y.y'Ay':a-'A.-'y-- :■ ■-- •*,.... y : -y.: : i
RIVER FORECAST : 7 7 : :
There Will be ilittle change in the rivers of the
Sacramento watershed. Those * of' the 7 San "■ Joa
quin watershed ; will rl>e during the , next two?or
three -days...; - > .>*.-"**'■■* - ; . -"; i ''-'--:*l . '
■ yy,-: N. R. TAYLOR. Local Forecaster.:; \
Port San? Luis; oil to ? t'nion Oil - company; up
river direct.
4:.'!.*", a.' m.. ; stmr Sen I Foam. Ilcudrickson. 14 I
boors from? Mendocino, via Point /Arena 11. hours;
310,000 feet lumber to C. ll.'llls-gin*.
•;r 6:' a. m.*;' ? stmr .*; Mundalay, Johnson. '■'-; 31 hours
from' Crescent! City ;«boniidi south, put in for fuel. i
y Stir, p.■'■■• m., • stmr ,Santa*Clara,*/ Jesgen,**;24 ■ hours
from Port San * Luis; [ passengers >a nd ■ merchandise <
to North Pacific Steamship company, y,. ,
7:.V) p. in., stmr State of California. Thomas, ;
39 boat* from San Diego, via Simla Barbara 18%" :
hours; * passengers and merchandise to Pacific [
Coast Steamship-company.' '
CLEARED
-■■■■• ' Monde \. May ■«>.''
.Stmr Ro?e?City. ■Rankin.* Portland"; .San Fran-'
cisco Mini Portland ■ steamship company.
:* Matt a Yale, .Hartlett.? Sen Pedro;, Pacific Navi
gation company. ." . *.' ,
Stmr 7Maverick, Spencer. Honolulu;' Standard
Oil company. ••.'■ : - "-. , » , - * .
.'Htinr Duekinan.-Sinitii,*?Seattle;.;. Alaska i Pa- !
cific Steamship company.
i." Stmri? Governor, Cousins, San Diego; Pacific !
i Const Steamship company., .
|?" Stmr. Grays"Harbor; Johnson, Hoo.nlam;'. Sudden
& Christensen.
. . ' - SAILED
-■■;■"■■ .-....' Monday. ' May ,'.. ■..,■
11:45 a. in..? atmr Wanda lay, John.-ion.ySau '
Pedro.
7 .': ft a. - ; m.. stmr George LoomK=PhliHps.-i Ventura.
: ; ' 9:49 -a." m.. stmr: Wasp. Suttdberg. 'Pedro. ,
7:10 is? m.. stmr ;.(!.--W. Elder, i Paulsen, San?
Diego, etc. v
c.:20 p. m.. stmr Iluckman, Smith, Seattle and j
Tacoma.
;-. fi:4o p. ex., barge Santa Paula, Pelle. ' port Sab j
Liili,«ifu.tow|tilst*llerenl?s. * ' -
7:15 p. in., simr Scotia. Justen;* Eureka. .*'.
7*Bo p.* Ui.. stmr J- '* Stetson. Hall, Grays
Harbor.
4:15 p. in., simr Vale, Rrtlilett. San Pedro.
y. •.':-0 pr i ii!.. stmr. Governor, Cousins. San Diego,*
etc. - * * ■ - y 'i'*id.
1:3. p.-in... stmr Maverick; Spencer, Honolulu.*
1:."() p. ln.ystmr llelPin . Anders, Astoria.
1:3.* p. in., stmr Col. X.'L.-. Drake, Radger,
Seattle. , . ,
■'■', I:afi p. in.. barge ■.«.».*- Daun-l*. Seattle, In tow
"stmriCol. K. 1.. Drake. .
•Al-.U) p. in., mill- ll..«" City, Rankin. Portland.
TELEGRAPHIC
POINT EUROS. May 7,. in p. ,„. Weather
cloudy; wind velocity 10 miles an hour. ■■
WEATHER. REPORTS .
:■,):POINT 1.0P.05. May 7,. jft ' tt . m. -Faggy* wind',
VV: tel ■,!*.. >, miles an hour.
, TATOOHH..May*."..2 8) s. mii—Clear;'! wind NE;
velocity 11 miles an hour.
. POINT REYES. May 3, 8 a. in. - Dense fog;
wind velocity 12 miles an boar.
- FARALLOXES.Mjj -"' " tt. ill. Cloudy: wind
S: velocity 10 miles an hour.
POINT LOBOS. May *». 12 m. -Foggy; wind
TV: velocity miles an hour. i
POINT REYES, May 5, 12 m.—Foggy; wind |
...y. . _ '
j S: velocity 12 hour.
NORTH HEAD, Ma? « 5.% 12 ?; m.—Clear: i wind
i 'NW: velocity 15 miles an hour: bar smooth. -.
TATOOSH. May 5. 12 m.— Clear: wind NE;
< velocity 22 miles an hour. •
POINT LOBOS. May 5. 3 p. m.— Cloudy; wind
: velocity 8 miles an hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
■ ABERDEEN—Arrived May 5. 7 a, m.— Stmr G.
1 C.*.Llndaner.*"henceJMayil;»stmr;Nehalem,* hence;
I ; April 30; 12 iv.. stmr Daisy,?': Gadsby. hence i
May 2.
Sailed *] ( .- 4, 2:30 p. m.—Bktn Newsboy, sclir
| Fred J. Wood, for Honolulu. 1 May ,*■, 12 va.—
{ Stmr Sari:Jacinto.? for Ventura. X
REDONDO BEACH—Arrived May 3. 0 ; a. i m.—.
s Stmr O. M. Clark, from Columbia"river;? stmr
■■ Marshfleld.l hence t May '_. X~..,
Sailed May 5, 8 p. m.—Stmr O. M. Clark, for
c San Pedro.
- TACOMA—Arrived $ May; s—Stmr Columbian,"
i Br Leoua. stmr City of Pnebla, stmr Ad
* miroLFarragut; *from | Seattle.
Sailed Mar--;s—StmrsSrAdmirallFarragnt, La
> Toi:< he, Bertha?and! Eureka, for Seattle: Br stmr;
< ; Leoua. for Victoria; 'sttnr City of Pnebla. for San
,• * Francisco via '-. Seattle ;S Jap l stmr J Panama iMarn,'*
tor -Yokohama. - ■ .
SAN PEDRO—Arrived [May-JSPStmr, Centralla;
* ihence May 2; stmr-Caspar, from Caspar; | stmr. !
* Wra:- Chatham, from Everett; stair'Mayf air;* from
Wlllapa: harbor.
,'"- Sailed ! May] 5~- Stmr* I Tallac; and 'Siskiyou, » for
t San t Francisco; stmr - Caspar,; for -.'-■ \
Arrived May 5— Aleatraz. hence May 3.7
PORT SAN" I.llS—Arrived May 5, fi a. in.—
i Whittier. hence May 4; 10 a.lmr.istmr Coos
I Bay, " heme ' May *3: j 10' a.*: mi", J stmr £ Washtenaw,
s : hence «f. May |■'4."** May 14. 6" p. m Stair JiW." A K.
; Herri n,*f from Astoria; midnight, bktn-Fullerton,
In; tow tug Dauntless.? hence May 3. -
I y Sailed ;May ( 5, 6 p.* ni.-f-StmriWhlttler.l for Yen
, ' tura; i 9 - '»'.- m.. stun- 'Argyll,**; for s San *i Francisco; 7 ;
; p. in., bktn■ Fullerton.! In - tow tug; Dauntless, for,
l San Francisco: Br stmr Trlnenlo. for Vancouver;
; 3. p. in., stmr * Coos *s Bay. for .".Ventura; |to "-sail
midnight.-' stmr W. F. llerriu. for Portland.
■'•■'•: SAN DlEGO—Sailed = May Stmr St. t Helens.
, for fSan Pedro.
SEATTLE—Arrived May.3.12 m.— Stmr Cura
* cao, from 1 Juneau, r • . .
; -X- PORT* LUDLOW—Sailed '-■■■ May ? Schr Mahu
; kona. for Callao.
r COOSi BAY— May 4, 11:30 p. in.—Stmr
1 Alliance, for.'Astoria. .
Sailed May 3, 13 m.—Stmr Adeline Smith,; for
San Francisco. ' ' !
, ;-■"■ Arrived May 4, 4 p.m.—Stmr Alliance, from
Eureka:
A ASTORlA—Arrived May: 3. 2 a. m.— St mr; G.
.W. '-. Fenwlck. from San Pedro. May 4, —p. m.—
, Stun* Johan Poulsen;; hence May 1.
* Sailed May 5. 6 p. m.—Stmr Breakwater, for
: Coos Bay.
"Arrived May *5, 12 Stmr Olympic, * hence
I May 2. *
Sailed May 3. —.p. m.— Stmr -Hoqulanuftfor,
San Francisco.' May 5,19; a. r iv.—Stmr ('ammo.
for San -Francisco.
y EUREKA -Arrived May ?5, -C a. m.—Stmr
North 'Fork.", heme May 3.
Sailed May .*>. 11 .a. m.—Stmr J Despatch, for
San ; Francisco; stun- Santa Monica, for/ San
Pedro. " * - , '
TATOOSH— Passed - May V .**>. 9:307 a.".' tn.—Stmr
Bee, I hence ; April 30 ; for . Mukilteo, \ etc; ?.Ti a.** _■..
Mini* "'Graygood,-. from :-*- Eagle Harbor - for •.- San
Pedro. "'-yy '-.A *
■i I'.ANDON —Arrived ' May 4, <12 m.—Stmr . Brook
lyn, hence f May I.; * '•-", * ""•'-■ --..
Arrived May 8, 1:30; p. m.—Stmr Elizabeth,
hence May 2. yy y; X,'". ' AA- '■' ' -'7 "'"•;'•'?,:'-'-,- : AJX-X
Sailed May 4. 7 ll p. m.—Stmrs * Bandon ? and
Flfleld.'; for Kan * Francisco.
i SANTAv.". BARBARA—Arrived X May 4—Stmr
State of California, from.San Diego. *'X.y ■•
'■•": Sailed I :May; —Stmr ' State :of .California,: for I
San' Francisco. ;-.7<'-;.i >>i ■' 'A." •""•" '. ■-" ;~. --*?«-...1
; . UMPQUA—SaiIed May 7 3—Stmr , San H Gabriel, ;
; for San •. Pedro. ".'** AA-. ■ •■■-. '■:''.'■ AXf'-y -;,-'--•*->"-*-'-■ --■■■ •■
•- '.'-- "■--'.':.: '; ISLAND SPORTS Aax;Xa.- Ay'y
'■■:■■ KAHULUI— SaiIed May ". 3— Stmr ; Lansing, for |
- San Francisco, v "-; - :----' '*•,-" ."-. AAyj-yAX y.-y,....<
*-;HlLO— Sailed May J—-Stmr Alaskan, for Salina ;
CfUs!."''-*-*:-i--i-"".*u:.' ..:*■-'--•- ; ■■■'■ -yyy'-.- vy.y-.-y yy :-.•■■■ i
; MAHCKONA—SaiIed May 4— Schr Muriel, for !
Sta Francisco. '.'-■ '■■ *-y".. '■. !
--- FOREIGN PORTS . ; v y*7 y.. !
'-■■*■ PANAMA—SaiIed May 5, 3:30 a.m.—Nor stmr
Cutco, 7 for 2 Pay ta.* -'' -'. Ay «- ..-':■ -■■'- - '-.?*■! : ' yy. Ayy
:': YOKOHAMA—Arrived i May 5. X 1 -p. m.— Jap
stmr i Chlyo I Mara; hence April :19 via! Honolulu. -- X
; PORT MANN—Arrived May.4—Br stmr Strath
tay. from Victoria.
--7 NEWCASTLE (Aus.)—Arrived May74—Nor
stmr Titania. from Victoria. - : s*";y . ; i
' Sailed May s—Nor stmr .-' Titania, for *■; Mcl- !
bourne."-. • ' *-* - ; ■■-- '■■
* TAI.TAL—In port May s—-Stmr Damara, hence !
March 86 for New York.
=-"■ To sail May ;5,i — p. m.—Stmr Damara, for !
Coronel and New York. .:';•"..-; , ■'•■-'■*■ ■'.*'" ~■■■"-> y• |
*-; VANCOUVER— May 5-i-Stmr, Olson & i
Mahony. 'hence April 30. -7 -•--- y* •*;:..- |
a To sail May 5. — m.—Stmr 1 Olson & Ma
* hony. ' for Tacoma. -' .•• '-' >y-i '- v 3 '■' *- 3 ?" t '■-.. j
'-•-; PAA— Arrived April ; Bktn S. G. Wilder, : I
from Aberdeen. - .
. ANTOFAGASTA—ArriTed, May 4—Bktn.Echo,
from South Bend. :
.'■" CHAMPERICO—,? May? S—Ger stmr Se
rapis. for San Francisco. >, ■ ";',■-. ;. 7 "•
. MORORAN—SaiIed May 4—Br stmr M. S.
Dollar, for '-San • Pedro. ' :*.' "■ , ' ■: - *
MANZANILLO—Arrived May ; Nor stmr, Ja
, son,: from Eureka. ;-. AA l -' : ' XX,.:-:A- . ;
.*;. Sailed May 4, -— p. m.Nor stmr, Jason,'? for
. Salina Cruz.." », -'. ..7. -A.-- ■X: .. "-■ 'XX: :
VICTORIA—Arrived May s—Ger stmr ?vSith
onla. from Hamburg via Yokohama.*; ■
,i-v PUERTO MEXlCO—Sailed ; May 3—Stmr Amer
ican, for Delaware breakwater. yi- 'y : -;.--.'
X CRISTOBAL^-Arrived, May I—Stmr - Panama,
from New York. -■"-:.;->*/-■ ■ - ; aa --yy *::-y-..
OCEAN STEAMERS . ;
NEW YORK—Arrived ; May s—Stmr California,
from Glasgow; 7 stmr Prlns ■' Friedrieh ";. Wilhelm,
from Bremen. --'y* ;• "-.-."-' ■-' 'y.----'- ; -.. ■yyy •
DO Arrived -' May ■** S^Stmr ; Finland;; from
New York.
YOKOHAMA—Arrived prior May 5— Stmr Can
ada I Maru, from I Tacoma; j stmr Minnesota, r from
Seattle. - ; V -...";.- ■• --..XA-:.-■ ■ y-Ay y
■*, A RlCA—Arrived , previous ; May sStmr Da
mara. from. Tacoma. .~" A ~■, :*, -.'
" KAArrived : prior May s—Stmr s Semi
nole, from '* B*n '■■ Francisco. *~ '•. ;„-■•.". ? ;
>*• CHERBOURG—SaiIed May 4—Stmr George
Washington, for = New York.
t'l NAPLES—SaiIed May 4-r-Stmr Princess: Irene,
for New York. y-'-yX. ;"-.-..'. - ; -,'.y;: .:-;**- 'Xrsyyyx
- Arrived ; May —Stmr Ainerika. from 'New
York;,',* y.XX-„y -*.-. .y. ... .;;..-.*.;: •.*■. y.y'-.y ■':■■;<:■;'■■•-■•'",
HiiSailedSMay I— Stmr?'Kan Giorgio, for New
York. May - Stmr Ixmisiana, from Genoa; for
New j York. ■■-',■ ~,. y, ~ -. -'.;•
PALERMO—SaiIed . May 4—Stmr Canada,: for
New York. v";'.-y,. '" '..- yyy y -■■>..■-Ay.
* BOSTON^- Arrived ' May s—Stmr Arabic, from
Liverpool. .--y-y..:-, - • 'yyy:; *-' r :/7;:','*'. , -yi;.
; ,GLASGOW—Arrived ? May:. s— Stmr Columbia,
from : New - York. "- .. :■ ■-„>.: :■'-'- : '--A. .- - -
y MADEIRA —Arrived : May - s—Stmr Saxoula,
from New York for Genoa.*-:- "• *: ;
fe'.* GENOA — Arrived April 'SO -- Stmr , Tormina,
from| Philadelphia and■* New York. May s—Stmr
Perugia;*! from New York fori Leghorn. •/.::. .
i PLYMOUTH—Arrived y May St s—Stmr X Kaiser
Wilhelm ] 11, from'-New, York ;for Bremen.; yyy : y}
Memoranda
.7 KAHCLlir/ May 4.— = Edward Sewall7 pre
viously reported on' reef, was -floated undamaged. 1 ;
DISASTER
*■'■rX)XDON.>May 5.Sebr D. Poster, from
Bell Ingham«for Levukn. wa* abandoned -on IApril;
30: '_'.'! -• miles '* south "• of Kambara * Island, latitude
19:22 noutb," longitude j 178:50 west: no lives lost:
steamer searching for derelict. •, '7;
SPRING VALLEY SAYS
PEOPLE ARE WASTEFUL
Urge* 7* Supervisor* to Clothe * Poller
?":•' With Authority -; to Prevent Al-7' v
: leged Common Practice \-.y\y-x',- : ;
; .?Spring7 Valley ??Water, company,?: re
quested the supervisors 7in a letter
read at the meeting yesterday to co
operate in preventing the wasteful use
of;, water with a view to preventing a
famine ' .which. City Engineer,
O'Shaughnessy? l stated recently was im
pending, especially 7if another: dry year
should occur. ,•
A suggestion to prevent waste was
made as follows:
"One excessive, use could be
checked if you would allow the police
force to co-operate with j the f company.
! Many householders allow the hosing
'•-. of steps and sidewalks, and the water
ing of y lawns %by standing f sprinklers.
The use of ft water.;* in "' this form ? leads i
to waste. ! S?If; the police force 7 could; be;
clothed* by you with authority to visit
any house | where they find water thus
being s wasted it would ,? help in%« the
present situation."
The woman's enminittre of juntice.
which", has been organized among the
|membershlpiof|f.ho»Oceanside|iWbmah!»
club, the original board of directors of
the Weller Recall league and persons f
prominent in that movement whs
formed yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Alice !
Best was named . chairman. , ,
TlJ': ; Berthiand;Meals. \v y;
*Flrat.ClaM Second Class
Seattle, Tacoma, Etc.
Alaska-Pacific S.S. Co.
STEEI. STEAMSHIPS
S.S. Watson May 9
S. 8. Admiral Farragut.... Hay 13
IS.* Si BHCkman May 17
Sailfns 3P. M Howard-St. Whnrf
ALASKA EXCURSIONS
SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE FOLDER
TICKET OFFICES!
;; Market street .. Phone Kearny ."210
| (534-650 J MARKET 1 ST.. Plume Kearny 531 Ol
1 080 Market street 77-X .*-.**:": Phone Sutter 310!
I Howard street wharf. .. .Phone Kearny 3040
R. 3. RIN'GWOOD, .
i^oward Traffic Manager.KwrtyJ 6o4oJ
Howard street wharf.. .Phone Kearny 5040
THREE FOR MAYOR
IN LOS ANGELES
John W. Shenk, Judge H. H.
Rose and Job Harriman
. Named in Primaries
< iXuy : .;■.;'■ aj, ■*■■-7-;•'•, j .*'■'•.■:-,-",'•;■ , "y-'y'v.!
'" —'
Fight, According to News
\ papers, Is Between "The
People and Socialism"
(Special Dispatch to The Call) •
! • LOS j ANGELES, May" But' three
[ ;..-- y.y:- ■-- - y.,yy.- y-- . -■-y-.y:.. -y-,: -■ .yy,-r7- :■■ ■ y ... ' ■--.---■*.
candidates will: go before : the people
for the mayoralty in tomorrow's pri
mary, that i»,7-but? three v that are con
.ceded to have any chance at all John
Wyj.Shenk, city attorney, who is in
dorsed by the municipal conference and
has the hacking of nearly all civic
bodies, and- all except one of'the news
papers; Police Judge H. 11. Rose, who
is making; a strong Independent cam
paign, and Job Harriman, socialist. The
fight, according to the newspapers, is
between "the people and j socialism. - ' -| I
>??Of the three candidates, Mr. 'Shenk j
appears to have the best chance of -sue- I
cess at the? primary, *~ and by a great
many it J? has been predicted I that his
vote tomorrow;; will be? sufficient 7to
elect him. -
.1 -Judge Rose, however, has . many
friends, who claim his nomination, or
at least a vote sufficient to place him
on the ballot with that of the winning
candidate at- the election June,3. .■
Tbe socialists are making probably
the' strongest' campaign -of their career
in local politics. Through the failure
to carry the amendment to the city
charter providing for municipal ! owner
ship of power plants at a recent elec
; tion they are charging collusion on
part -of all public utilities and the
managers have? made municipal
ownership the principal plank in,their
platform. '.'*■'*■ y * *
The present;?administration, was re
cently voted out of office July 1,7 and
an entire new city government:, from
mayor down 7 will be 7 nominated tomor
row. The incoming administration will
face? the? problem Xoty harbor?; develop
ment and the distribution of the ; sur
plus water from tlie Owens river aque
duct.; two questions of ..v ital importance
to Los Angeles. ?y 7 _, ' , -•
The office of city attorney is being
bittcriy contested for by 'Albert Lee
Stephens,*;indorsed by 7 Mr. Shenk, and
George E. ; t Cryer, who lias the ; support
of a faction of the progressive party
and two newspapers, this being the
only office on which the press as; a
whole is divided. ; ■ '
VALLEJO GIRL IS WINNER
Miss Kuthryn de Celle Achieves Dis
tinction fas i Debater 7
(Special i Dispatch «to The Call) '■'■"' ■-.:. ';
IIVALLEJO. May "..—Miss * Kathryn de
Celle,*; one of .Vallejo's most .popular
young.women, j has just achieved dis
tinction as ! a debater. Miss de Celle,
who for 'some .time past 7 had been em
ployed in Attorney P. B. Lynch's office,
recently entered the Oakland polytech
nic school and was chosen a member
of tlie debating, team. She was on the
affirmative side of ;* the" subject:? "Re-" 1
solved, that capital punishment should
bel abolished." In the debate, which
.took y place last J f Friday 1 ? evening-, the
affirmative won and Miss de Celle was
allowed two points by the J judges. 7v?
'■yx *:;.-■ OCEAN TRAVEL "■ -C ;
NORTH h>
GERMAN 1
LLOYD 1
George Waahington..".. '...:. Kay 17 1 —
Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse. .May 20 I
Kaiser, Wilhelm II 7.:r:;r. May 27 Bsra
Fast Mali Sailings. aJN-fl
,Grosser Kurfuerst..........May 29 I
Friedrich der Groase.......June 6 9 __l
Barbarossa '.... .,".: .';... June 12 I _a
LondonParis—Bremen *§&&
'Sailings on-SATURDAY, for ■*•>*'_fB_i
THE MEDITERRANEAN ||§
Prinzess 1rene..;.':.."..'-.*.*.**. May 84 Baffin
Koenig Albert.. ....*....... June 7 _K_Sfl|
' y. NORWAY—POLAR REGIONS Xy __§&&
f June: in. July .->. from, Bremen. I h|
; la Wll the North Gtrmia I 1
: Uoyd carried mare pa**- IEgS
' Mnflcrai ta all clasac*, ?K9
. . First, Second aad Steerage Sjgsl
— caatboand and west- WW
bound-North Atlantic SHB
■crvlce.tta.ua a-nyodier line SHI
»——™— ii ■ J I
OELttICHS A- CO.-.?GEN.' A'.KNTS, WW
V,yyy' 5 Kioadwav, N."...-Y.*-' EBB
* ROBERT; CAPELLE, ? V General • Pacific * ■
' Coast Agent, 1 250 Powell : St.. y near - St"? BH
Francis Hotel aad Geary St., ■: Saa Francisco • 11 ,
TRANS-ATLANTICLINES
AMERICAN LINE
N-Y.-Plynsonth-Clierliourgr-Rontlianipton
.»'/ Ha del la-Queen -Liverpool ?*-
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
New York—-London Direct
RED STAR LINE
London. Pari*,' via Dover Antwerp
WHITE STAR LINE
N.Y.-Plyn»on<h-ClierliourK-Sontlinnipton
Nesr York—Queenntovru—Liverpool
Boston—QuemntniTD—'"
N. \ Y. < & i Boston—Mediterranean— crypt
*■ ' X-. , ' -' * * ■'-■"'■ -■*,'-." ... ... ■
CANADIAN SERVICE I
Bailings ETery * Tuesday from Montreal.
' ' and Quebeo '
?£ E LAfiGEST CANADIAN LINERS)
'.' ,;;' . Including the ■' :' / '
?.*TTR|I3NTIO TEUTONIC
..MEGANTIO CANADA
? Send for * folder* 7ot 7 the - Short 7 Land-Loekei! ?
i ■t. Lawrence \ Route [to j Enron*.■; -Ay;. ■: .'■' yA'- >
Pacific toast Ae-eney. 310 Geary street.
. '' Phone Kearny 3265. ;*-; ''-''Xa
Opposite St. * Francis Hotel. S. F.
(FRENCH LINE
fp»cn..*7GLEy TaAKBAT_.ANTiaiTE ? 'V-'-^-'H
DIRKCT LINK TO HAVKII-I'ARIS
. - Sailing? Every Thursday and 4S«t*irdfly.*i«'.J B|
'' FROM \K\V VOIIK TO lUVHK '*- ?B
Kvery Thursday at 10 a.m. - Ba
La Lorraine. .Ma; ;,n 'France..: ...June SHI
fFranee:.' May 17, ?, La Sarnie 7". ■ ■ June 12 fl
ll.a 1 Proven.•,».. May 22 'La Provence.*.June 19 tfl
La Lorraine. . May 2!)s :'- France tune 26 ■
FROM \EW?YORK TO HAVRE
Every .Saturday, at .1 p. m. ■
Chicago May to. Chicago :... June 14
' Niagara;»'.".-.; May 24 jf f Niagara XI '..-.June 21 ■
Rovliamlw-aii. .May 'll |Floride * 7 *h '77. July* S'i fl
Caroline lime it »Rocbamheau^Juiy|6J■
ffuOAZlf BROS., Pacific j Coast Managers. 680 ■
; |«»«« i 'Montgomery| Street, San* Francisco. fl
CABIN OFFICE, 673 MARKET STREET H
__?s^_^z_^^—_—^_^___!?z_!__??_
tlUlgM-d-dtlaM-L-^
HOTTEHDAM T
■ *R.vndam.. . .May -<>! .•Potsdam.".. ..InneJaAfe
■ M tßotterdani.May 27] t.\.Amstrdin..lnne lti \
if I 'Via Boolognos**t Plymouth and Boulogne. I*'
!I fi PACIFIC ; COAST ■; OFFICE. 310 1 Geary -C§S§
■-.-.■'■ ' ' ' : ' ,->;y-7.y
I COMING EVENTS
Catholic J Indies' Aid ? society, *** picnic,'
East Shore park?? Stege, May 81. 7? :
Electric Development and .InTtaa
league, Tait's cafe. 12:15 today. George
H.feKelley] of Cleveland, speaker. ' "
\orth Xof A. 'Panhandle 7; Improvement
clubS 8:15 tonight, 554 Baker street." ■ • '"
;y TOO LATE ; FOR \ CLASSIFICATION
PORTER—Young * fellow; must ?be good shiner.
7 38] .Eddy st.
yy'-y^X -yyXy
10 days $49
J Including Berth and Meals
Vancouver
and return
| All-expense suit-case-cruises from
? San 5 Francisco to. Vancouver, B. *C.
and ?• 'round-the-sound, ten "y day
pleasure voyaging; 7* the same;
f steamer for entire *trip; \ leave San .
Francisco every Tuesday;^ at 2 p.:
m., back again a week from follow
* ing j Friday; 7"see Victoria, Seattle,
Tacoma, Port Townsend. Everett,
lAnacortes and Bellingham.
ASK FOR FREE FOLDER
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY
* 653 MARKET ST. (PALACE HOTEL)
777.';.."7 Phone Kearny 492 y
y OAKLAND! '; 12281 BROADWAY M 7
7 Fkone Oakland 6680
BIG fPORTL ANDJf'
y ':A__Sß__a '■■•■ BEAVER sails .3 p. m. M
I Saturday. >lny io. First ffij
A . Brians. 5«. Berth ami 'meals B .
eSSJoIILOS ANGELES 1
DE.HK P BEAVER fiails .'' p. in. to-B?-
RPAUPD I '>« v - Tuesday, M«v «. First B
DEMY KM ■ ~].-iss, 57.35, 18.83; second- ■ *
pnVP PITY II ''*■•"• ! $5.35: * ■'- Berth and*
i»"«*"» Villi meals included. •
'■' "■'■ 1 : * ?JS *-*■ - TICKET OFFICES ' ■
Market; tel. Sutter 2344.;
• - 12 East st.: teL Sutter 3482.
J£__m+.M Oakland Office, 1228 Broad
'■:■''kVyy^yW tel. Oakland 1314.
''- B^^yH'll Berkeley Office. 2108 Sh*t-'
yyj&'y II ' Sacramento, Jas. Warrack. J
£JK reAHnSCO^PORTIAHDR
_B—» _'- _w
PACIFIC MAIL
~. -' .--y THE "BIG FOrR
'"Mongolia,'.'.' "Manchuria," '" "Korea," r "Sibe
ria": also "China." "Persia" and "Nile" for ,
Honolulu,? Japan. China. Manila. _.?„•;'
7: Next soiling 7 (.no local Honolulu passengers
orfroljrht: ; -. " . '
"PERSIA" ..................... May 24
PANAMA LI.XE
for I Mexico,? Central America, Panama. Con
. necting for Europe. and South America. . •* „
y" Next sailing (passengers and freight!: 7 ■ ,
"PEIlt" ."..'.-.....**.V.".*..:.............May. 10
NEW EXPRESS.? PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT SERVICE* DIRECT FOR'
? PANAMA AND ■ NEW YORK
: X'A- Next Sailing: .-."'- -,''
"PENNSYLVANIA" (fr. and pass.). May 10
; Full % Information at' 3&4 ; FLOOD ; BUILD-"'
• I NO;-. phone Kearny ; 3620. -. ?'■ .
I«» Splendid*a 10,000 Ton , Steamer*
l SIERRA? SONOMA and VENTURA i
$110 Honolulu | yS&fffo f Sydney $300 l
SYDNEY SHORT LINE
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU ? AND ? SAMOA
$325 Grand Tour, Sooth Round the World, $400
Seas, $325. Honolulu, Ist class: 2nd class $380
Samoa, Australia, New ' visiting five continents !
Zealand Tahiti, etc. : and world's great cities. *
Honolulu Sailings May 6. 20, June 3, Etc. 2 p. m. ;
■ Sydney Saillrgs May 6, June 3, Etc., 2p.a. ? i
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7 7 OCEANIC *■; STEAMSHIP ' CO.,
C 73 Market Ht. Phone Sutter 648.
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PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
sailing: from New York .' every i six I days, i
making direct sconnections "- with ; Paclflo
steamer? sailing ?>-from ; Salina?* Cruz,*-?
Max., every.: six days for' Ran Francisco.
PACIFIC 9 COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and ; all prin
cipal European porta under through,
rates and through bills of lading*. : Sail
ings ! from San<Francisco every 12 days. v .
- For rates and further particulars ap- 7-
to DEARBORN & y LAPHAM, Gen
eral Agents, 8 Bridge street. New York.
WILLIAMS, f7DIMOND 3 & CO., General ?
! Agents, Pacific iCoast, yyy : X.. . ;
i:'.'-■-■'.-310 Sansome St.. San Francisco. >
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: iloon accommodations ;at reduced rates).".'
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S S. Tenyo Maru. Tla Manila ; direct . ..'.**-.* ■ ■
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S.t-S.fSblnyo Maru (new), tlr Manila direct..
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•* Steamers i* sail -:■ from ."company's" pier, No.. 84,
near foot of Brannan street, at 1 p. m. for : Yoko
hama I and '.* Hongkong.*: calling . ati Honolulu. Kobe 7
(Hiogo)*and * Nagasaki and Shanghai, . and,con
• net ting at Hongkong with sateamtra v for > Manila.
-i India. > ate. ; No cargo . received 'on board "* on day -
of sailing, r? Round trip tickets at reduced rates.
For freight and passage : apply at offl<**». fourth
I floor. Merchants',?! National -t Bank *. building. •. 625
i Market at. W. FI. AVERT.'.
,;-; * . Assistant General Manager. 7
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AUSTRALIA
iAND NEW . ZEALAND
Sydney via Tntiltl end Wellington
iS. S. TAHITI (12,000 tons) sails 11 a. m.. May 2*»
S. S. MOAN A (10,000 ton*) sails 11 a. m..June _'.
IS. AORANOI i'.i.OOO tons) «alls 11 a. in.. July 23
•■ I MO.\ S. S. CO. OF X. 7... Ltd. "
HIND, ROLPH * C 0.7 General Agents, -
| Tel. Doug. 3100. Ticket Office. 679 Market St.
iinilfll 111 || *- - WILHELMINA. May 7.
IfUNULULU »• S. HONOLL'LAN. May 13.
** S.S.LnB-UNE.r' May 1 27. New
uteamers, 13,000 ton*. f Leare, pier No. ■ 38. Round
trip, $110 up. Direct , service to .tbe Volcano.
xm MATSON * NAVIGATION CO*
208 Market Street
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