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SOLDIERS TO HAIL
ZEALAND GENERAL
[Captain Quinlan With Com
■ mand Will Meet Visitor
on Pier Today
Head of Forces in Antipodes,
Touring World. Due
on Aorangi
" When the liner Aorangri of the Union
Steamship line, arrives this afternoon
from Sydney, Wellington and Tahiti a
detail of soldiers in command of Cap
tain Dennis Quinlan, U. S. A., will be
I>resent to receive Major General Al
exander Godley of New Zealand, who is
making- a tour of the world. , ■
General Godley sis head * of the; New
Zealand forces. During his stay In San
Francisco Captain Quinlan will act as
his aid. . --:-,-• ,a>. -. ■■ •--•■■ Viii
In addition to a fair passenger list,
the Aorangrl will bring an unusually
large consignment of Australian meats
for the local markets.
Xew Steamer Is Tested
Advices received in San Francisco
yesterday state that the new steamship
Congress, which is t obe added to the
fleet of the Pacific Coast Steamship
company, is about to enter upon a se
ries of speed trials in New York har
bor... The Congress ie a notable addi
tion to the company's vessels. Under
the building contract the Congress
must attain a speed of 16 knots an
hour. The vessel is expected, to arrive
In San Francisco in September.
Change Plans for California
Supplies were taken aboard the
cruiser Oaliofrnia yesterday by the
r«tersrin Launch company in anticipa
tion of th" vesel's departure for the
roast of Mexico. It hal been under-
Btood that the California was to have
departed for Seattle soon to partici
pate in the Seattle Potlach celebration,
Joining several vessels which will be
stationed at that port during the cele
bration and during the visit of Secre
tary of the Navy Daniels. According ,
to present plans the South Dakota will
Fail In a few days to be in San Diego
harbor during the visit of the secre
tary.
'Nippon Marti, to Arrive
The Toyo Kaisha liner Nippon Maru
from Hongkong. Yokohama and way
ports will arrive in port Monday,
bringing St cabin passengers. II sec
ond class passengers and 67 in the
steerage, and 2.600 tons of freight.
The bulk of the cargo is consigned to
local concern*, with 310 tons to be
taken overland. |
Transport To Arrive
Th* United ' States army transport
Sherman, from Manila and way ports,*
is dv/» to arrive in port Saturday, al-'
thougji there is a probability that the
troop ;ship may arrive: too late to be
passed until early Sunday morning. -'
Change of Masters
Steamer Mr. Eden. George F. Hoff
ner, old master; Hans Christenson. new,
master. Steamer Colon. F. M. Smith,
old master. G. C. Junqua. new master.
Steamer Constantino, C. F. Christensen,
old master:* Charles N. King, new
master. Steamer Sybil, M. C. Matthias,
old master; Torwald Iversen, new
master.
Movement of Tra mi porta
Pnford —At Mar* Island navy yard undergoing
repair*.
Crook —At Colon Iron works undergoing re
pairs.
I.osran— San Francisco; scheduled to sail for
Manila July B.
Fneridan —At Mare Island navy yard undergo-
Ins repairs. -», -
Plktbuh- Left Manila June 15 for this port.
Thomas—Left San Francisco June 19 for lit-
XEWS OF THE OCEAN
Small Carco for HaTralt !
The schooner Honotpu sailed for Ha&a Wednes- I
day with cargo valued at $26,970 and Including
the following:
21,000 lbs bran. 170 hales ■hay, 87 ct I .* corn,
fin bbl» flour, 675 ctls barter. SS ctls wheat. B
bbls salmon, 1.100 lbs lard, 350 re kerosene, 200
*ks cement. 88,520 ft lumber. 3.500 railroad:ties.
852 pee and Cβ pke» railroad material, 50 kegs
and bO C» powder.
Merchandlae for the Orient
Th» steamer Nile satlert for Hongkong and
way ports via Honolulu Wednesday with cargo
•rained at* 5189,254. exclusive of treasure, and
tn be distributed as follows: For Japan. $61.
--f«5: Philippine Ulands. $ST,D9O: China. $35,269;
Kast Indies, $8,587: Korea. $455; Vladivostok,
|2CS. The principal exports and their destina
tions, were as follows: •
To Japan—lSl.o2O lbs acetate of ltme, 50
drums asphalt, 104 bales cotton. 22 rolls and
12 en leather, 3 pkps machinery. 27 pfcH ink.
£7 pkge car material. 76 Cβ canned {roods. 300
Ib< hop*. 475 lbs dried fruit, 2.010 gals wine.
To Philippine Islands—2s,ooo lbs and SO on
lard, 1.460 lbs bams. 150.000 lbs enzar, 35 cs
«rfae, 4,500 lbs coffee, 2.647 ci canned goods,
2.260 'be dried fruit, 17 bxs type. IS pkg» ma
rhinerv. 33 rolls leather, 6 ci boots and shoe*,
&7 pkirs dru«rs.
To China—l.7so bbls flour, 142,500 lbs «alt fish,
4.860 lbs dried fruits, 740 lbs raisins, 5,950 lbs
beans. 470 lbs peas, 1.024 cs canned » goods. 290
lbe vanilla beans, 1.074 lbs coffee, 768 lbs cheese.
1.17 lbs codfish, SCO gals wine. 1,100 lbs sugar.
r.OR pkgs fresh fruits. 810 lbs nuts. 1,618 lbs
ginseng. 10 pkjrs machinery, 87 pkgß . tank ma
terial, 15 rolls leather, 100 rolls roofing. ' -
To East Indies— lbs dried fruit. 344 lbs
rnlsl&B. 540 <*» canned good*. 41 cc salmon, 100
gale wine, 10 plies machinery, 13 pkgs assay
material.
To Korea—72o lbs lard, 350 lbs raisins, 11 cs
canned goods, c cs arms and ammunition-
To Vladivostok—2,6oo lbs dried fruit, 50 cs
canned fruit.
"Will Load Lnnbfr
The Japanese steamer KenkonMaru is under
'me charter for limber from Puget sound to
tbe orient at ss.
DANIELS GETS GAVEL
FROM PERRY'S SHIPS
>htj- Secretary Make* Homily on the
Example of American \avnl
Ileroea
ERIE. Pa.. July 10.—Holding in his
hand a gavel fashioned of wood and
iron taken from v the Lawrence and
Niagara, flagships of Commodore Oliver
Hazard Perry's little fleet at the battle
of Put In Bay. Josephus Daniels, secre
tary of the navy, this afternoon pledged
himself to the great crowd gathered
about him on the harbor front here to
give', It to hie son In order that he
might better emulate the example of
the great naval hero ;of the lakes. Mr.
Daniels spoke of the Importance of In
itiative and the value of the example
set by Lawrence, Perry and John Paul
Jones, telling , the story of Perry's
achievement In creating hie fleet and
winning his victory. —
FLY BITE MENACES ARM
WiIIOTTM Man '■ Likely to I,ose Limb
From Polnoninar
(Specie! Dispatch to The Cell)
WILLOWS, July IC— The bite of an
ordinary house fly has caused Hugh
Lancutte's arm to swell!twice its natu
ral size. The arm may have to be am
putated to halt the poison. r =
LARGE HOTEL FOR LONDON
Mr Million » Dollar Caravansary to Be
Erected \enr Hyde Park
LONDON, July 10.—A colossal hotel,
the, coat of which, 'together with the
value of the. site," will approximate
J6.250.000, Is to he erected on ; the
ground now occupied by St. George's
hospital on Constitution s hill, opposite
the entrance to Hyde park.
■WASHINGTON; July 10— Investiga
tion by the Interstate commerce /com
mission into the" plan ,of the; New, York
Central railroad to exchange! Its ;4 : ! per
.'• :t mortgage- bonds for the $ 170,000,
--000 or more 3' per cent gold -bonds
liouv outstanding as Lake Shore col-;
lateral, Is provided iin a,: resolution 5
prepared today by Senator Morris and
passed.by, the senate., ,:"•*-, '~'■:.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Movements of Steamers |
TO A RIVE
i
I Date
Los -. Angeles ..;....... Howdotn ■;{ . !July 1]
Los"Angeles ■.....'"..'.".. |Corouado '■;.. rv;. July 1
Shanghai :•-■■; v':.: ..::.... (I'imiric ;......': July L
Sydney & Way Port*. ..Aoraugi .:.:. .v. July Jl
San Dle*o A. Los Aug.. Willamette, ...'.'July 1
Sal.Cruz & Sun Diego.'Mexican .....;: July :1
Hilo .... ... ..v...;....;. iHlioalau :....: JJuly l:
Puget Sound :Port»...*.. Utuatllla ...-..'. July 1-
Fort Bragg :...'..:.::. Brunswick .... <»; ! . v 1'
Los Angeles; .:.;:./.•.. Yale ....•■.*.'..:.; July, l:
San Diego i. Los - ADg. . President -'...... July 1
Grays:. Harbor: ....... .jPleladee -.1......{Julyi X
Santa Crux & Muuterey Eureka i«malli. jJuly, l:
San Diego &.Loe Anf. .iMultnomah .....: July : 1-
San Diego i<fc Los: Aug.. Speedwell -;..'.. .'July* l;
Los Angeles ..'........ Avaloa- ;*...<. .'.*. jJuly V.
Nome ..;... :.......... [Eureka < large). July l:
Grays Harbor ..::...-. Ceatralla .... .•. I July l:
Manila & Honolulu:..-. Sherman :..... July I!
Portland: & - Antoria. .. .jUeo. W. Elder.. July 1.
Humboldt c.\ ........... City of Top*ka.'July., l:
San Diego & Loe Aug.. Harvard .......IJuly 1.
Los Angele* .......... J. B. SUteon. .. July 1)
Balboa & Way Porte... j of :< Sydney. July .1!
Seattle direct ......... Governor ...... July 11
Portlfjid & Astoria...: Yoeemlt* .....t July 1.
Seattle & Tacoma |Buckman :...... July 1-
Portland & Astoria.... Rose City :..% . July'l!
Mendoclno & Shel. Core Sea Foam ...:. July 1.
Los Angele* ...:.-. (Bear ...........July. *'■
Los Angeles ft Way Pte Santa - Clara ... July 1-
San Diego & Losing.. Queen ......... July 1'
,San Diego A Los Aug.. Tale ......... July "
China ■&■ Japan........ Nippon -Maiu;.. July 1-
Hongkong ...........: Dakotah ....... July. }'
Humholdt .....:.. . V.. A. KUbiirn. .. July 1-
Seattle & Tacoma..... Oliver J. \ Olson. July, 1.
Los Angeles direct .. Harvard .......July : "
Fort Bragg............ Arctic ..." ..-V. JtJly. 1'
Humboldt City : of .- Top«ka. July, 1
Mllkl . 4 :.............. Kennebec ...... July.l<
Honolulu ..; ....... Lurllne .... 7... July : V
Port San Luis.......... Coos Bay ......July 1
Point Arena & Albion.. Porno .:..'..: J" 1 * J,
Sydney 4 Way Ports., Sonoma ." . Jnlr 1
Sal. Croz & San Diego. Isthmian ... (July 1
Puget Sound ...;...... '»Ta.lan ....... jJuly i_
San Diego & Los Ang.. Geo. W. :■ KMer..,' July 3
TO SAIL
Date '
I Destination 1 Sails |Pl«r j
July ll|Coronado (Gray* Harbor 10 am 21 .
July 11 Willamette .... Portland ... 4 pm -*;
July 11 F. A. Kiiburn. . Ilutnboldt .. 12 m 13
July 11 Rosnoke ...... Portland ... 10 am; 13 I
July 11 Yale San Diego...! 4 pni J ;
July 12 Flfield ........ |r<XTillle BIt.; 2 pm 2. I
July 13 AtbIoq ....:... Wlflapa Har. 1 pm *<
July 12 Multnomah .... Portland ... 10 am 51 £
July 12 Speedwell ..... Coqutlle niv.MOanv . .„
July 12 Columbia ...... Grays Harbor A i>m 2*
Jnly 12 President ...... Paget Bound. 2 pm r»
July 12 Adm. Farragut. Puget Souad. 3 pm i 10
July, 12 Northland ..... Portland ... 7 pm 2i
July 12 Vanguard ...... Humboldt . .j'l pm 2 " -
Jnly 12 North" Fork ... HumboWt .. 12 m 8*
Jnly 12 Geo. W. Elder. San Diego... 7 pm 13
July 12 Harvard ...... il.<>» Angeles. 4 J.m "
July I2,HanaIet ....... Los Angelet. 8 pel 10
July.12 Coos, Bay ...:. t'r. Luis, 4 pm 11 ,
July 18 Yoeemlte ...... Sen Diego... 4 pnij 51
July 13 J. B. tetson.. Portland ... 10 am 51
July 13 City of Topeka. Humboldt ..JH tni 11
July 13 Arctic ".... Fort Bra*?., 8 pro ....
July 13 Porno ......:... Point Arena. 6 pm S
Julr 14 Arna .......... London * ."T. T.' ; 5 pin ....
July 14 Bear .:..... /.. Portland .12 m 40
July 14 Governor ...... San Diego... 2 pm 0
July ,14 Yale .:.... T.os Angeles. 4 pm ■ 7 :
July 15 OliTer J. Olson, l.os Angeles. : « pm 51
July 15 Rose Cltj ....Ojo* i Angeles. 11 am 40
July 15lOntralla .. ....(Grays Harbor 10 am 21
July lSlPlelade* ..... Balboa .... 5 pm 30
July 1." Sierra ...... IHoooloin .:. - pm 21:
July 13 Umatllla . .iPnpet Sound. 2 pm 0
July 15 Eureka (large).: Nome ......! 4 pm,....
July 15 Peru ..... .Balboa ...... 12 BO 42
July 16 Harvard '.....'. San Diego... 4 pnij 7
•Inly 16 Santa Clara ...Los Annies. 10 am 13
July Iβ Sea Koam ..... Memioclno . .i 4 pm 4
July Iβ Brunswick ... Fort Bragg.. : 3 pel ...
July 16 Mongolia (Hongkong ... 1 pa 42
July lejRurkman ...... Puget Sound. 3 pm 10
Jnly 16iFaleon ........ Paget Sound, 5 pa M
July 17 Queen ..... (San Di»go... 11 am » i
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
& St. Mlcb«et... r .lUumboldt ......(July 12
d'& Way, Ports.. >Iarlpo»a r : ■;.... .{July 12
ray &. Way Ports. Ciry, of S«»attlf. .Tnir 14
fir &' Way Porte J Jefferson 1 -..'.-.•. .'. 'July 15
& St. Michael...'. Senator . iJuIy 20
"
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF ; MARKET, STREET
Pier 3... Washington Pier 17 '.": Colon 1
Pier 5......:. Jackson Pier 19 ...... Union 2
Pier 7 Pacific Pier 21.:...V. , :.':)Filbert
Pier 9 Broe<fway I 1 Pier 23.. ....Greenwich 1
Pier Jl.....Broadway 2 Pier 25. Greenwich 2
Pier 13......... ValleJo'Pier 27......;. Lombard
Pier 15 ......... GreenlPier 51 ........ Powell
SOUTH OF MARKET STREET '
i.er z... Mission i rier &* op^ar
Pier 4..: Mission Pier 28..........: Main
Pier 6.......Howard 1 Pier 84.... .. Beale
Pier 8...... .Howard 2 Pier 36.... Fremont
Pier 10.......Howard .1 Pier 38 .....".... First
Pier 12........Folsoinl Pier 40 1 : ;
Pier 14 ...... .Folsom 2 Pier 42 V P. M. S. S. Co.
Pier 16....... Harrison Pier 44 J
Pier 20 ..V Steuart Pier 54.......... Fourth
Time Ball <
United States Branch Hydrography Office, ' Mer
chants , Exchange, San - Francisco, July
10, 1913. .
i The time ball on the roof of the Fairmont hotel
was dropped today exactly at noon, Pacific stand
ard time (120 th meridian), or'atßh. > OOtn; 00s.
Greenwich mean time. ■ " W. V. TOMB.
Lieutenant. I - . S. N., in Carge.
Sun, Moon and Tide .
United States coast and geodetic survey—Time
and heights of tides at ; Fort | Point.': For | city
front (Mission street wharf i. add 23 minutes..
FRIDAY, JULY-11
Sun irises ........: ....; 4:. r >e
Sun sets 7::;.%
Moon sets "........................... ■». in.
Full m00n...".....; July 17. 'at 0:57 p. m.
Last quarter moon July 26; at 1:50 a. tn.
: ITime
July! Ft
!H W •
Tim«| ■ Time
Ft Ft Ft
H TV L Wi ; .
11..I 5:56) 3.910:57' 1.8! 5:57 5.8 ... .' .....
X WI - IH W] ml W lH Wi
12..I 0:63; 0.9, 7:19; 8.7 11:45 2.41 6:4.". 6.0
13.. 1:58-0.6 8:41 3.»!l2:3* 2.01 7:S0l 6.2
14..I 2:56—0.8 9:52 4.0! 1:S3 a. , 8:17 - e.3
15.. 3:48—0.7 10:52 4.2 2:2.1 3.4 8:03 * ■ i
Iβ..! 4:34 —O.t> 11:40 4.4' 3:30 :3.i> ! 8:f.O * «.4
HVDnOGRAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at mean low water entrance to harbors.
PLACE I Ft. I
Date !
Remarks
..I
C
Channel a filled
- lumpy. Dangi
Teasels drawl
than 18 feet.
m for
more
r. 10 Bwt water over "bar,
, with Inner ,"'. bar . P. S.
can buoy ; bearing NE.
14 N. (mag.). H- *
Apr.
*. 281 Channel regaining about
. I irimf. ,
I BIIOJC.
ie 1 Channel to the southward
and changing a little
|»» to the north.
1. tJIChannel south of rang*,
j ■ 150 to 200 feet.- In
I good shape.J Aα
ie 41 Channel fair. Straight
I out for buoy. •- >, ~
100 feet
way bnoi
Is sow
of fair-
lack >buoy at - end < of
Jetty * gon#-. -.. ; Red buoy
No. 2, off submerged
Jetty, out ! of ; position.
..!
•/.;■
am
str;
channel
ght out.
run*
• I
•ir
feet In north channel.
feet in
Channel 400 1 feet wide,
; : SO feet ! deep nearly ] to
I -' turning basin. >~H3s
B. ..i
on
feet.
I
! Del.
out;
width.
V. S. Branca llj-drocraphlc Office .
y> A'i branch »of ' the United. Ststes hydrographlc
office., located :in - the i Merchants' Exchange.? Is
maintained In i San Francisco-for the ; benefit of
mariners, without regard ?to nationality. ■■. and; free
of : expense. Navigators are ' cordially ■ invited to
visit ;. the "of flee, - where. a. complete ; set ,of ' charts
and: sailing directions, of the 1 world are kept at
hand for comparison and reference, and the latest
information t can •* always be , obtained regarding
lights, dangers ■to \ navigation and 'matter* -. of In
terest to ocean commerce. , ■■ "■ W. V. TOMB, ■-* ■■•
- Lieutenant, nj. N.V In Charge.
nOMR. July 10.—A Herniation
caused here today by the suicide of ? the
enfcineer.vGiannlnJ, who-, was 5 a wit
ness? in ." the mereurious graft ■ dis
closures In connection];.with : the* con
struction of the palace of justice, which
cost ;millions 1 more than the /estimate.'
THE SAN FTMXCISCO CALL. FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1913.
WIRELESS REPORTS
FROM SHIPS AT SEA
Bj- MARCONI WIRELESS
Thee* report* - lire; received direct} 7
from ; the v Pacific \ ooait J Muttons ; of •• the
Marconi Wireless companyt V
Wednesday, July 9. ;
iBIIITIBH'BXXAMEIt^AOaANGI—From i Sydney
• for San Francisco;; 8 p. - m., 530 miles off baa
*; s Francisco. v>: : , :\\ '--r.-V-Vv.■■■!-'"•:■.-■'•• :
STEAMER W." F. ■ HEREIN— Honolulu for
Monterey; Bp. m.. 1,185 miles off Monterey. <
STEAMER \ LtXRLINE— From? Honolulu "•; for - San
FrancUco; S p. m., 1.761 miles off San Fraii-
V !'SCO. -■.,-..■-■:-';:;/'. ; -.V'- .„■• '■?■'?*o- :■:.' , ' '..-•..:'
STEAMER It ENTERPRISE — He»~e July 5 x for
. Hllo; 8 p. r: tu.. 1.024 miles ofTSau Fr&ncUco.
STEAMER J. A. : CKANBLOB—From Port; San
'r Luis for Everett; ; 8 p. in.. i:O4 miles south of
Columbia s>river: light northwest br*«e; ' pass
' ing fog: i long westerly swell. _ " : ": .'-• : :
i STEAMER - HYADE3—From Stat tie V for i Hono
; lulu; 8 p. in., 786 miles from Cape Flattery. y.-;
'.'■-..: ■■ .-,.-■': ■'■■' :.- : o '.'-<,';■ ■".■■'■',': Thursday,*; July 10. ;•;
STEAMER* HILONIAK—From ■ Hilo for San
'. Francisco; 12. m.. 178 miles off San Francisco;
fresh northwest' wind;, clear;" choppy, sea;..'
; SAN .FRANCISCO. 4 -July; 10.
STEAMER >' STANLEY '< DOLLAR— ; p.m.. 140
miles north of Francisco. , .-;. ;~\
STEAMER PORTLAND —8 p. m., 30 miles north
of Pigeon -< point. • S * *
STEAMER i "WASHTENAW—B p. m. , .86 * miles
> south- of .'San Franeleco. . ■'.. . . , I
STEAMER COL. E. L. DRAKE-β ■p. m.. ; 122
miles' north "of; ban Francisco. :
SHIP ERSKINE M. PHELPS—B p. m., Iβ tn!l«s
south of San*. Francisco. ■ V-"}'::-;;, :\.,~~ '-:3'■'";:■''\
STEAMER OLEUM— p. m.. 20 miles south:. of i
San Francisco. , „.',, •«',r'-V:,.",'■•%.. ; >"? J
STEAMER ADELINE SMITH—S p. m.. 2n milts j
r north of Point.Keyes. , "
STEAMER ; BEAR—B ,p. m., 32 miles south of
■ Point: Mur. •->;- ■ .- ■ . ■'■ "I ]
EUREKA. July 10.y j
STEAMER NANN SMITH—-0 miles north of j
Cape. Mendooino at 8 p. ;m.
STEAMER . ASUNCION—234 miles north of San j
: Francisco,at,B; p. B. ; j
STEAMER 'CITY OF ToPEKA—Passed In at |
1:30 p. L).
STEAMER ALLIANCE— Arrived, in Huuibolrtt
bar at daylight. - »
'=.;> : ■" '■-.■■-' ASTORIA. July .10.;!
STEAMER W. S. PORTER Portland to Mon
■- terey: miles south of Columbia river.
STEAMER WATSON- Son Francisco" to Seattle;
■ off Point Grenvllle ; at 8 p. m. :'
STEAMER \ EL* SEOTJNDO— to San Fran-"
c!*co; r eft . Heceta head , at 8 p. in.
STEAMER •J. A. OHANSLOR—Port San LnU .to
..; Kvfreit; 230 miles fromEverett at S p. m.
STEAMER CENTRALIA— na'rbor to Kan
■ ; Francisco: '20 miles north ■of • Columbia river
Uit'B p. m. . ; ■. - ; .' ' „. '
! STEAMER I UMATILLA—ShuttIe .to , San Fran
/cl.-wo: 27.miles south of Cape Blanco at 8 p. m.
I BARGE -Anchored; off Astoria at S p. m.,
..waiting for,steamer Captain A. F. Lucas.
SEATTLE.'JuIy* 10. .' .
i STEAMER . BTTCKMAN—Southbound; 5 miles
. north of ;Raee_ rock ; at Bp. ; m." *. ■
I STEAMER : MAVERICK— nich'niond ■to Seattle;
b i. in.. passing Clsllam bay.
K.ASI* .S'AX.PEDUO, .Inly 10.
> STEAMER SPEEDWELL-S p. tn.. off Point \
•Vincent;'northbound. .• i
STEAMER HARVARD -ToO p. m.,. c. miles I
north, of Point Lome; southbound.
! STEAMER 5 YALE " p. m.. 3 miles west of j
Santa Barbara; northbound.' ?.: * : -l
[ STEAMER PRESIDENT—B p. m., off Point Ar- |
. guello; injrthboun'l. :
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
the Pacific
(Special' Dispatch"to The Call) V
SAN PEDRO. .July 10. -Paclßc Coast com
pany's-liner* President *; returned * from Sad' Diego,
and after taking passenger* and additional cargo
proceeded. for Fuget sound ports via San Fran
cisco. , -
• Steamer Speedwell completed the discharge of
900.000 feet of lumber for various wholesale
yards j and ' cleared today for . Bandon .to reload,
, taking passengers and freight for the. Merchant!. ,
Steamship company'at San Francisco. ,;
Pacific Navigation company's steamer Harvard
arrived: this morning from San Francisco, and
after landing, passengers and freight proceeded
for San Diego. . * ■ ". ■
- Steamer Vale cleared for San Francisco with a
'large passenger list. . ' .'.• ■'■'■'■'■:"■.
Afler having discharged 1,100.000 feet of lum
her for, The : Charles McCornilck Lumber company
at tuts'port and San Diego, i steamer Multnoniah
cleared tonight for Columbia V river,; to < reload;
taking pass(-ugers| and freight ; for 1 San Francisco.,{
Steamer Graywoodi arriving from* Everett will
discharge 973.000 feet of lumber r consigned 'i to
the K. K. -Wood Lumber company and others. ;;.s|j
British steamer Cordelia, which arrived yester
day from Chilean port«, •,finished loading 630,000
; barrels ' 0f.,-, erode , oil.-. on;.. the f> Rieakwater and
cleared, for iTaltal: ami Iqulquiiwlth ; cargo .con-'.
! signed to.the (Union Oil company. -•■ •: ■:.. •;> i
"Steamer:? - Doris completed the ', discharge of,
i 800,000 feet of'lumber; for the' Southern. Califor
nla Lumber company and cleared for Grays Har
bor Id ballast to reload.
British steamer Candidate of ; the Harrison line
Is due Ho arrive tonight from Antwerp via I , noma
Arenas, carrying a: general- cargo of freight and
merchandise; consigned to Balfoar, (tiithrie & ■ Co."
at this port and - San Francisco. '■■ - v." ■ ...
-Steamer Grave Harbor, finished-- discharging
700,000, feet of lumber for the : Southern Califor
nia Lumber company and cleared for Aberdeen in
ballast to reload.,, : ~. ,'i
PORTLAND, July 10.— cigar' shaped i raft
I containing between 6.000.000: and 7,000.000 ' feet
iof lumber left Stella ; this .morning In tow of the
Shaver towboals Henderson, Cascade and Shaver.;
Thin lls the first one to be: sent out .by .1 the Ham
mond I jura company hi* season, \ although the
Benson ; company v has , already ; sent'" out two I for,
San ; Oiego. ■■ It will be towed ' to San Francisco
from Astoria sby : one 'of ." the ' Hammond " Lumber
company"* steamers. . : _ :
--. Carrying" lumber for; California port*, steamer
Coaster sailed from: IJnnton. . \ , ■. ;,
■; Carrying 878,000 feet of lumber, steamer Sag
lnaw, < Captain l Weber/ sailed' for - Kedondo this
afternoon. ,":.:,". •■;.!. ■■'":' .- . ';. .•/ ■ *,-M~
. The American schooner, Rooa, Captain Mclnnio,
I rleparteil down to* thf- sea this: afternoon. She
has K>B,3Sl feet of lumber .'valued at $11.CCS for
Oalla*. -
The i steamer Yosemite Balled from St. Helens
tonight with a lumber cargo for San Francisco.
Carrying ta-full general cargo, of - freight for
the; orient; and - K»irop*. t the .Royal - Mall . steamer
Falls of Oreuy kalled tonight.
.": ASTORIA. July —Barkentlne Amazon sailed
; Wednesday evening J with "a * cargo *of • lumber, s*'-
Vt Gasoline " schooner Ahwenrta >* arrived Wednes
day night with a cargo of 'lumber. ; ' * v .-T--?*i;
■, Steamer * Shasta ;-; sailed ..this,, morning . for.i San
Pedro with a 5 cargo of lumber.r; " .'■ ' . . ;;
.'Steamer.George W. Elder sailed today for Pan
Francisco and ' San '_ Pedro with freight and.p»»- :
eengers. :;■-■. :j''-.'. .'-.:'■'.' ~": .'. ,^.-■■....-. - ■• .
i Schooner Beulali arrived-.'Wednesday evening
from Pedro will load lumber. 1 .
*. Norwegian -..- steamer Arna sailed today ; for
Swansea via San-Francisco. , ; -. ,* . ,
. i British steamer Ooloaa i In"i due -to arrive to
morrow morning from »,Ta coma.,; ; ,-i .
-The first of •> the Hammond Lumber;company's
rafts of i pilings I finished I this;, eeaaoti , arrived >: at
noon i today;' from * Stella * and j will i be ?. towed » to
San Franeinco by the steamer Edward 11. VRnee..
which' lei loading lumber at ~ the Hammond Lum
ber company's mills. ; " ";' -: ••■ . j "'"*-' -
; ABERDEEN, July ao*.—Steamer Columbia will
reach f Aberdeen next ' Monday and 5 leave for 1 Cali
fornia ' ports i Friday,'/ July 18. Recording .to Infor
mation ' received? from :; the j agents "> at | San Fran
eiiro t today. This will sbe \ a week x earlier - than \
was ' expected §on .; account of * repainting -of 5 the. '
hull f end I general (cleaning.' that has been done
since the Columbia left July 4. '' • / • ; ,
■-_: Schooner £ Maweema -' arrived ■ last , night ; from
the ?,west , const. ,':-.;,.;1.-"'.-.-:l : ~ -~: . ..,.-.',■\,;- r ..* :
--;■•-"■ Departures—Steamers ; Tahoe.? John ' A. 4 Hooper,
Hetiuiam. Ccntralia, Shoehone and Helen*. -<-' "..
Work ;on'• th« upper works of -the new steamer
Rosalia I Mnhony ■ has been completed and she will
be - towed ■to San * Francieeo for machinery.' • •
h 1 Steamer S Pleiades ? took s * out 5 600,000 * feet .a of
lumber ,'and; 2,000,000 shingles ! and '■ will \ complete
cargo at : Han ' Francisco. TheiPleiadesi win »take
lumber . to . Panama, twhere It; ■will '• be ' transferred
by rail to ,be reloaded for New York.
ti EUREKA, : July * 10—Colonel Thoma* Rees. %In
charge *of government ; engineering i work *on \ this
coast, arrived i this : afternoon i from ; Ban ; Francisco
and , : proceeded i immediately 5 to » the s couth ,t Jetty*
It :1* understood - that during ; his visit ■ here final
arrangements ': will be : made : f or; beginning 'work
on , the north ' Jetty." . < f < "' .. -;. -,'_-,
J Steamer.?: Washington t arrived «from S Ban :■ Fran
Cisco early: today with I mall sand freight. - ;'.-.-
After j slow passage |np I the coast. 1 ; steamer City
of Topeka I arrived I from San Franclnco this after
noon wit freight, mail and passengers. ■■- .
£U Steamer Thomas IL. Rand! is 1 loading < shingles
at :the } Baysldn'wharf;-, having arriveds this • morn--
Ing, from San Francisco. ; , Vt ; r \; ~*
12 SEATTLE; Jnly 10.—British 5 steamer
Ikals.;from Wlllapa harbor. ; ■>
£>i Sailed-— Steamers Minnesota, ; r for :• Yokohama {'
Taroplco and Buckman. for San rranclsco. '
i CHEMAIKTJS,- July 10.— Sailed— steam
*eriColllngham.*?,for/Ad»li!id(». ,
;> PORT GAMBLE. July 10.— Sailed— Steamer
.Falrhaven.': for San Francisco. - /
XACOKA, July 10.—Arrived— steamer
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Weather Report
' United States Department of Agrioultur*.
Weather, Bureau. San Francisco. VMarch 10, 1913.
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS ; : V
K< In -the; following t table ) the ! maximum f and ; mini
mum temperatures * and; rainfall ; are : giren:
STATIONS
III:
't IM\
'S- -i s> fill
Sj a.; , ; I ;
'c. ■ •■■■ I!
E £13
:, , : I • t .€
STATIONS Z; £ £
'" •' I 5 I
? :
I " r! :
Baker ■.;..'. I 72|50i.00[ I ted Bluff.T. ;98j72 .00
Boise*?.!.*.:";: ' W3fi'.(>n ! Reno :.:.".. j J»2 52 .00
DelU : Monte:. 1 Te:enf.'.:j Roselmrjj ..7*1601.00
■Eureka''"'V. 621521. DO Sacramento" 10066 .00
? Flagstaff ;7. "84 54 .00 Salt): Lake ;7; ; . 841681.00
Fresno r.. 7.. 104168 1 .00 San*Diego ,:'.|.76|64 .00
Helena :.... i 70 60 .02 |3an Francisco' 74,64 .00
Honolulu V". 78 72 .00 San Jose ... 90 50 .00
Independence . ..1541... S.I L- Oblspo 00 62 .00
Kaltspel ...". 70 68 .OWgt. E.Farallon B652 .00
Ix>s Angeles «4'.<>0 jSpoliane I . ...| ,74 60.08
Modena >.":. j B8|:00' 'Summit :•-. . :: i -70 43.OO
Mt.Tama'.pat«i 8e'62! .00 Tacoma ,.::. ! 64|..|.oe
North Head..! 64 K. .00 JTatooih .... ■ 02 ! .24
Phoenix ;..:: llOS'ffc' .00 iTonopah ....88 62 .00
Pocatello : v . i 80 86 .Ot Walla" Walla I 80i62 .00
Vt. Reye«Lt.| 59|5l' .00 Winnemucca' 8ft.M .00
Portland*:.T. | ; 68158 .OOllYuma ...... 116 78 .00
EASTERN STATIONS
Abilene .";'.:.. 1021721.0' vnoxTllle ..J 90731.00
Atlantic Cityi 86166 . 0 .oul»Till<» .. 70.00
Boston v ..... I so;O4 .Cf emi>hle .... R4J74 .00
Buffalo ' 64 oS T. fontgomery" ;n2 74 T.
Charleston ..) 7C:0' lontreali-... 70-62 .00
OUIcafro. :... ' 66160 .iv MoorheadS.. 78 50.10
Denver .... 92'64!'.0f ", /Cew; Orleans j W)j7SM0
De»?Molnes.. 821(10 .Oi VewiYorlc-.. 82 66 .00
Dodge: City : C2i6fi .Of Vorth Platte j 8616O .10
Dwliith ..... 62152 .Of , Oklahoma: .. -92 70 .00
DnraiiKo "•;..;. ! 88 r.S .': Plttsbnrg ... 74 62.04
Eastport..;. BK)P2 , .00 Roswell:*.:: 06:60 .00
GalTeeton - ;. ! 00 TS .00 -(t. Ix)Ul» '.. 84 68 .00
Green Bay .. .70 521.00 Paul ;".:. 78-56 .00
Harre ...... 76I60K36 Tampa f..*::*. 90j72 .00
Huron :....':. 84 78 .M Toledo--.r.:. i 7454.00
.TaotsonTille , 88174 T. Washington , .1 ; R4j70ul2
Kansas City; ] ,84 64.00 Winnipeg ... 7Oi50;.48
STXOrSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The pressure has risen rapidlyorer-the, north
ern portion of the Pacific elope, causing " fair
end warm , weather awtt the western portion of
the ;country eicept: In Washington.? where ft i»
cloudy and; light showers have ! ; fallen. I-lßbt
rain and thunder storms are ..also reported: from
the - northern ■ Koclty mountain ■ region r> and - east
ward over the Missouri and rf upper i Mlssis*ippl
Talleye. . T.ijrbt rain ' and, thunder i *toiine hare
occurred from .the lakes to the Atlantic coast,
and ".* cloudy -" weather '-'■ 1* * reported %in th« •*; gulf
states. ;- Conditions ; are ; favorable *• for - fair 'and
continued ; warm weather iin * the "' district J: with
fog ( along the - coast, at = night.*; -
Konr.OAsr •
'::For"'the 3f> hours ending at midnight Friday,
July 11. 1.>!.".:
Sen Fr«nei«oo-end Tlclnify—Fair Frid«T, with
fojr in ■ the • norning: : lijtbt * northwest wind. ',
i Sacramento', Tj»ll«*y—Kalr Friday; continued
wermt'ligbt norTh wind. " -' ; .
/Santa ■- Clara * valley—Fair. Friday; continued
warm;" light northwest" wind.
San-Joaquln valley—Fflir> Friday: continued
warm: llsrht northwest 1 wind. ••
California south of J Teheohlpl— Fnlr Friday:
light wfst--wind. G. H. WtTXSON. ~
• l.wil '■ forecaster.
Turnma Maru. from Yokohama; British «team»r
Coluea.:from Depont. ,;,- ■;.** "- - . .'_ v'-J '
failed—Steamer Olirrr J. Olson, tor San Fran-;
cif«r.> -tU ports; steamer; Elihu - Thomson, for
Nome. /-/,; . ... '_',-' '■'.--...' _' ...■ '■, -': .'. -'^
I Shipping Intelligence J
AftaiVKD
Thursday. July 10.
« TO D. m.. »tmr Roanokf. , ' Otokson. 38 i hours
from San- redro;;p«*« M i? M ' s an<s merchandise to
North -"Pacific Steamship-company.:. '-■■'■ .■'.--.
". 6 - 10 a. m.. »tmr Pon>.->. I.lllplnnd. 14 shmira
from Albion. rla' Point Arena 11 hours:: pawen-.
cers*anrttnprph(inafse,and:23l.oCO feet lumber to
Swam«? A Hoyt.'_:■■* s..'j"j J?• - : - .„'
*■ 8:25 i«. m., Mtmi- J". A. Kllburn. Nfel.»llan. ]!>
bourn from EnrefcaYiPsawigern and merchant!!"?
to* North Pacific" Steamship?company.'.-•
12-30 p.*tn. ; .* *tmr • (?ra<><»• Hollar. Mcfli»tn«»nt«.
40 hour* • from i Bandon;: 620.000 feet lumber -to
Robert Dollar company. ■■: _ -_.
• 1:45 p. m.. stmr: Fitleld. Schllllnnky.'- 43 , hours
! from Banrton; passengers and lumber to A. I*.
Kstahrook.
8:30 p. m.. stmr North Fork. Nelson, 2.1 hours
from Enreka; "50,000.feet lumber to the. Charles
Neinon company. -,t " ■■•;''■■' '. : .',.-" ■■■[■'■ ':'■■
■ '3:20 p. m., utmr Ravalll.-Nelson. 24 hours from
Eureka:' 6T4.000 , feet lumber, to -Hammond Lum
ber coiupar.j-. -••."■' :".
Cr.KAUED? ;
'..,... . \ , > Thursday. Jnl.r 10.
StmriCheballs, Koffold."*Aberdeen; Sudden &
Christenßen.:- . -.:•:-»- , ■J. ■■':■
■. Br stmr HIM Brea. Crawford, Talara Bay.'
Peru;. Otis ".: McAllister A Co.;
SAILED . : . . j
'■'-;. ■>* : . -Thursdsy. July -10. .
•'■ - !>: Or.''p- m.-.'-stnar Raymond. Krttl«sen, -Willapa
Harbor. "-•*** .••■.■.'"./'i*-■-■-'- '-■.■■ -■""■ ■'■ ■'■•-■-■-. ; .
10 a. - m.. stmr Archil. Yon Heygendorff. "?*n
Pedro.£■/,.-;? ••'.'•- „.'"■ '• - .'." . : * '.. ■ ■•■■
. ."12:."0; a. ni.'. ftmr '■> Hornet.;. Marxsen,. Puget
sound. '' '. ■■"■.■■'" ..- ■*""' v- "*'
; C 7:ia a", in".'," mmr Jim. Butler, Hutton. Puget
80und. ..... ' ■--i ■■' ■-.''- : -*- '' ■" ■■ '■ ■-.-•■ --•" ■
7:50 a. - m.. schr'Wm.: Nottingham, IHHM,
I Paget sound. '■ ', ,' '. . „
11:15 a. m., ; *tmr Qufen. Alexander," San
■ Diego. *"-'.".tV' '■'.'■'<■•'■ '"■'" - '■'•■-■ '. ;-■' ■■'-<"■ -''-' ;■
■ 11:29 a. m., : itmr ,; Bear. iNopapiler. San Pedro.
4-15 p. m.. i ship» Kvskin«* tM. v Phelps, _ 4 Curtis,
Port San Luis.- In low tuff Sea Rover.
" 5 p. m. stmr Buret*. Paulsen.- Monterey.'
7:20 p. m., ftmr National City, Bostrom.
7:4,". p. m., stmr CbebaTis. KoffoM. Grays
Tlarbor. •
. —--, ( > p. in., etmr G. C. I.lndauer. Sun dm an.
Grays' Harbor. .. „ Z ■'■-. ■
'8:25 p. M.,-.Br .etinr,. Mlua Brea. Crawford.
Tflturs * Be* * -'«-•■-' "~^SJBBHVvH^P^VßHHl^e^^V'"^9P**'^v
• 8:40 ip.- *'m.,' flmr Aurelia. Carey, Columbia'
riVer , TELEGRAPHIC '~ * ~
.' POINT I.onOS, July 10. 10 p. m.— Weather
hazy; wind W; velocity 6 miles an hour. :■.
:.- I'WEATHER EXPORTS
. - POINT-REYES." July 10. 8 a. m. — Foggy; wind
N:"velocity:29"miles' an bonr. . '"
' rARAIXONES. July 10. 8 a.'.m.—Foggy; wind
N\V: velocity <28 \ miles •an , bnur. • ...-.-. ■„ C.■ .
•■- POINT• I.OBOS. July 10. : 9 a. in.—-Thick; wind
W: velocity"e'mlle*<an; hour. ;•:■";."; ' 1,;.' :.
POINT LOIJOS. July. 10. 12 m.—Foggy;, wind
W:iveloclty;e'mllei»''an t hour. . - , ~
-<■•■ POINT. KEYES.I'JuIy > 10. «12 : in. Clear;; wind
N; velocity' - miles an hour. -. ■ V v '
• TATOOSII, .Inly 10. 12 n>.- -Cloudy: wind SW;
velocity 12 « miles •an hour.*-/■'■•■■ ' ;"■-**
• NORTH HEAP. July 10. 12 CJ«ar; wind
W: velocity 10 miles an hour; bar smooth.'" ','
DOMESTIC PORTS
PORT ; TOWNSEND—SaiIod v - July. : 10—Scbr
Blakeley. for Lyttleton. X. Z. •. ■ ■ " TTM ;
r . Arrived Julys 10—3clir A. F. ; Conts:- from H110. , .
;■'-," FORT BRAQG— Arrived July,: 10—Stmr Bruns
wick, hence i'July. 5 1>.t"'"--- "■,-'' x; "\ : ' '■■•'.%-■„ ' •'• ■-
KK\TTLE-Sailed JolT 10. 12:40 p. ,m.— Stmr
Mlnn<ißota.iforvyokohania:'2 p. m.. Mtmra Tam
pico and Buokman. f«t San Francisco; D. S. simr '
Heather, for :- " 'r , -'■'■•;•' ' • vi,
;K PORT s LUDLOW--Sa lied 'July' 10— Stmr TiT«.
ton. for San Krancisco. v ;.-:■.,:.> •';
*•« PORT SAN T.UIS —Arrived July 10. 10 a. m. —
Stmr ' Santa Clara, hence July 0; 10 a. m., ettrr
;Whittler; hence Inly Q.'t- ''-■■:■''■ _'•"- ■''~'-"l n .~ , - '>■
Sailed July 10. 7:30 a. Btmr WaeUtenew,
for s Vancouver; -" I:JW 2p. *;';m.; t stmr ■' Santa ■• Clam .
for' San * Pedro; i 2 p. * m.. *ttnr Whittler, for San ;
Francisco; to iall 8 p. m.. itmr Lansing," for
Panama.'. *-' - '■ : -'.. : '';>.*-- >^-'*X" : '-"._ «;■ *i-■■■''•■. i
*;VKNTUBA—Arrived;' July -10,. 10 a. m.—Stmr
Sen r Jacinto. from 'Huenem*.:; ?*■ :;•:*>'. : ' - ■'.:, . ■:.i
«■•', SAN DlEGO—Sailed jJuly 10— Stmr Mexican,]
for ; Snn i Francis«:».
ABFKPKEN Arrived July 9—Bflhr;Mawfema:
from Sail; Die^o;' ecbr I tie, Eennett,' , from '.Toco-*
pillar : ■-:*. •- :■• ''- '<;:;':■. ";-,V'-■'-':■■•-:"■■'■ ■>-•;: ::
j C Sailed July v 10. £ 8 p. * m.—Stmrs Tahoe. n»
quiam. Centralla and . ffrea,,; or San r Francisco:
4 p. m.. etmra John A. Hooper and Sboeiioae. to. :
Raymond.'= • - '.'■■■■-■'■""■'■ r - "-- ~-.~c- ■■'.' ■ ~*'~\ ■'*~- ■' r'*« ; '\»*-i
s ItEDONDO BEACH— July 10, 7 a. m —
Btmr J. B. Stetson, from San Pedro; itmr Marsh™
field.■;hence July 7; tar,\V*sp,"s from San \ Pedro.
. Sailed i July > 10, 6J p. m. —Btmr » Wasp, for En-'
reka; - «tmrs -0. M. Clark and Avalon, 4 for j San
Pedro.
>:--■. POINT LOBOS —Passed Jnly 10. 4 p. m.—
Caspar, from Caspar for San Pedro. ■
'- MONTEREY— SaiIed' July 10. 7 J a. . m.—Rchr
Monterey, In ;, tow ;:tug Navigator, for , Redondo
■Beach.?-; .-::s--: ; o.v.r;>-> -;-';■<; -■'•; ' '>^V.- '■*■?-**'*■■;
WS COOS. BAY—Arrived ' July - 10. .5. a. « m.—Power
•chr Tlllamook. from ■ Aatorla; ; 8:30; a. m.. ;• etmr
' Breakwater, from rAstoria.; ■.- a ■', n--,;- ; ■;- :•>>:',';,:(
r. Sailed July 10. 5:30 a. m.—Stmr Alliance, ; for
;Eureka.-*'t"-'.;-'-',^-*" >^;,:;;r, .-.^ C/ "■'£:''■'"■■■. :" ■'<,%'.?'-/• '
' PORTLAND —Sailed July 9, 6 p. in.— Nor etini
Araa. for Saa Francisco.'^' „"' '•" V -v ■';:
;-'iUMPQUA— July »— Bchr | Lncy,s from
San Pedro. : :". : ■.'.'-■ '.', ;: -.--" ; -'';. i; "'-'^' :;,:: '
~ TATooßH—Pawed -July v,■- 8 p. - m^—Stair; El
B*giindo,i from | Puget sound t for • San I Francisco.
July • 10. S»•."« —Bγ itmr Marana. from Van
couver ; for I Honolulu | and * Sydney; c, 7| a. m., Br
stmr s Ikala. from 3 South Bend ? for s Puget s Bound; ;
8i a. m., Ger atsnr * SaxoDU, from ! Astoria ■; for
Puget i sound; s 10 a."*. m.. achr i Helene. from i Port
Blakelsy - for Honolulu; f ! 10:80 a. s m.. Br 1 itmr
Keeinun, from Seattle, etc., for Liverpool,
iPassed' July 10. 3:30 p. Stmr/. City of
Puebla. i hence July 5.8" for victoria, etc.; t Chu
bark (urron, from .Port Gamble 1 for vValparaiso:!
4:40 p. re., etmr Maverick, hence July 7 for
MAST'6^^4HsaUellJft?po^ya^m^^^l^^
ASTORIA—SaiIed July 10. 5 a. m.—Nor atmr
Asm, tor San FrancUco; ttau (i. w. Elder, for
Ran' Francl»co; 4 a. m., itan RtuU, for Ban
Pedro. - •. * vj" •■■* : .
» 8«llea. July 10. ;S> p. m.~Stmr« W. B. Pert**,
for Monterey. _• - .•■v--.;; -' " -
swHUENEMfi— Ratted July 10, 9 a. m.—Btmr B«o
Jacinto, for San Francisco. " ■>',■■ • - ". -
;'! POET i CRESCENT—Pawed ? July .!• 10. 12 * m.—
Sfchr A. =F. Coeta, from Hllo ; for i Pniret I auußd.
»POINT REYES—rawed ; July 10. 12:20 p.i m.—
Stmr « Caspar, from? Caiper jfor. San ; Peldio. ;s
* •' EUBEKA—Arrlred P July , 10. 1 6 * a. ?■ m.—Stmr
Thomaa }I* Wend, beuce « July j8; c 8 a. m.. etmr
Washing-ton, hence "July, ft. ■;■>■-;H> ; - -v- V/■■ -•■ *-; ;; .'■
Arrived July 10, 1 p. in.—Stmr City of Topeka,
bcuce i July 0. ■■•••=.•" '-: ■:■'■' ;•• -'- : ''-:'*^"'---' : ,"■' ■"•■■ - ; ~,
i- Sailed July : 10, 8 p. m.—Stmr Scotia, for San
Francieco; :5! p. m.. i atmr ; WeUealey, ; for . Sau
Pedro. '■ -! ; - :./";:?-.--■ ~-^'- "_.-'■■ z '■'•-'-^ ■"''•'
i"* TACOMA—Arrived July , 10—Jap etmr Taeom*
Maru, from Yokohama. • ■;-- ■ :
f<- Sailed July - 10 —Stmr . Eliha Thomson, ; for
Nome. -; ; "'--':v;'-' : '- ;, '" \. ; 'v-' r * ; --.„/■ : -*-'-i->~"^ s -i>- : C.' - ■■-■'■
ArrJred = July 10 —Br itmr * AJax. ,Jap etmre
Tacorna Mem and Tamba Mam. from : Seattle;
Ger i etmr '■ Saxonla, ' from J Portland." - r ci , , .«'.,
--i-;z Sailed i July 3 10—Jap « «tmr Tamba s Mara i and
■trnra '■■ Governor, Henry s.T.'j Scott t and -■ Marlposa,
for Seattle: etmr Ellhu Thomson, for Alaska. ' '
NOME—Arrived * July 3—Sttnr Victoria, from
Seattle: : stmr Karluk. from ' Victoria. ~ 1
■" Arrived July > B—Sehr .. P. J. Abler, from Se
attle. --.:'/.'-■ v::v. --•■ ■-:-'- '■■'■■"^■■"""--■■i-' J --:' : ':
Sailed July ■. 9. 11 ;a. m. -Stinr Senator, for
Seattle. ■'■"-.*- .■■■-.:•' : ■'..- " '■■-. •■ : V;--' '■ : - '-'" >:
*' SAN * PEDRO —Arrived " July ; 10— Stmr - Kathe
rlne. from Eureka: ,«tmr :Carlos,,. hence i July :8;
utmriMandalay, from San:Diego;retmr,' Harvard,
tence .luly ». / i >"-'* ' "■•■".-; ■ V - :; ;V
,-'•..' SalW July- 10— Stmr Vale, > for San Francisco;
ttmr Harvard, for•Sβn>Diego.. - -"e.¥; " • '-* :
a.. , , Arrived i - July 10— Stmrs O. M. Clark 1 and Are-"
lon. from Reriondo'Bpach. , ' ;'■ '' '';
,' ~ Sailed ' July « TO —Stmri :: Multnnmau. .?Mandalay,"
Aralon; and Speedwell. ! for. San Francisco. - '
* V PORT CAMBT.K— SoiIed July 10—Strur F«ir
haren. for , Ban ! 'Fra"nrisno. ■ ■ ' ■' . . '■* > ■
- r " ISLAND ; PORTS -
KAHUT.ri—Sailed July 7— ?tn.r Santa Rita,
for ' BHn*Franclsro.' . *•-' - '•.'-:.- -.-"■-": : ; ■- re
;iHONOLULU— July -10— U. I•: etmr Dix
for Manila. '. * :-:~'."-'* •-'*-'.•;/--. .-. -.■- '- . .-- ■
- FOREIGN PORTS '
„..FASTNET —l'»J!*p.l ;:.In!} —or berk"' InTerf
Clyde, = from : Oregon. ;- - •••■'.' .■■/:".'-1 '■[.
- MONTEVIDEO —Arrived '■' prior ,<:; July ;-9Ger
•tmrSiank,Whence April 29. .: :.-: V
:Si PL'XT A . ARENAS —Arrived .prior July —Br
etmr Epeom. from Newport Noes. '.-■:. ' %'■
,• J VALPARAISO—ArrITod July 9— Nor stmr Mcl
derekln. from New^l'ork.:'-.■ ■ - !
- BALBOA—Arrived < July ■ 10--Stmr Lyra, hence
June < 2r,. .■'.'■.•■.;■. •/■-,.,;;■:,..::->"-■; -.••/• --X- '■■ ■:
'GUATMA?—SaiIed June 2$ —Nor «trar : Jason,
for = Santa' Rosalia. , ~~j ; " ■ ... :■„ ' \
VICTORIA— July: 9—Br : etmr \ Merama.:
for Sydney via Honolulu. ~ July. 10 —Br stmr Kee
mitn.'for' Liverpool, >> etc.. •..: ; . ..r •".;;:.
\rrlved ; July 10—Stmr City of Puebla,'. hence
Jnly 8. ;.' ■-. ~- :, '•'■ &-i - ■ -— --, • -.
-.. Sailed July ; 10—Br stmr'Colllneham. for Ade
laide. ■-:. ■ r: : ■■ .■:.:',', ;\ ' ■■;: - -'■■■■'■ : , .„■:■■■
HONGKONO— • prior July W—Stmr Si
beria, ' hence June 12 via Honolulu and Yoko
hama.-i V:."•.:■ ,: ■■■:,'■■ >"-■';' ■ . ■; / .--- ' " : •\ / --'
s SUEZ—Arrived , July ** 10 -Br etmr City of
Baroda.s from Manila for New Tork. •
■"-;: YOKOHAMA—SeiIod :; July '■ 10— Br stmr 4 Mon
mouthshire, • for Victoria.
;. Arrived July — Stmr . China, hence June 21
Tla ' Honolulu. t . ■ , ', "--■■-"■- ■. -
> Sailed July 9 —Ger etmr ,C. Ferd Laelsz, for
Seattle. -. .:.':- :O,
; CHEMAI.NUS—SaiIed July 10— Br .stmr Col
llugham, for .Adelaide. ■„■.:■ v
':; - OCEAN STEAMERS *
* SOUTHAMPTON—Arrived July 10—Stmr Kais
erin Auguste: Victoria, ~ from New York. .: -."
GIBRALTAR— arrival July 9 of (fair
Germanla, from Marseille for : Providence and
New York • was an • error. > .
X-K NEW ;YORK—Sailed Jnlr ; 10—Simr Frledrloh
dT/Groese,. for Bremen; Rtrnr La , Provence, for
Havre: Baltic,: for Liverpool; stmr'ivernia,
for iNaplen. ' '."■. -:••.,. --.•': ; :". ''? '-- ■ *'-; :
•; NAPLES—Arrived July 7— Stmr Venezia, from
New York. ■'■>> ' :
tTRIESTE—Arrived July 7—Stmr. Kaiser Frans
Joseph:: I. from New York" via I'aval,' Algiers,
etc.---:.--: :-. •>/ . .•'.-. ■■■'' ■ ■. ■ --.■ . ..,.; ■ ...:. ':--:
'■?■: HA Arrived .' July 10—Stmr ;La ; Savole.
from New York: stmr Corinthian,' from Montreal.
ROTTERDAM—Arrived July 10— Stmr Rotter
dam, ; from; N»"w> York. ?: . -
LITEBPOOL- Sailed July 10—Stmr Celtic,,for
New ■• York via Queens town; iitmr : Devonian, for
Boston. '--■■-■■ ■ ■'. '
' LONDON—Sfailpd : July 10—Stmr Scotian. for
Montreal. •'■:" - » " ■'"■■•''■■
MONTREAL—Arrived July. 10—Stmr I lonian,
from London; and ,He vre.*- :
■BOSTON—Arrived JulyJO—Stmr Cymric, from
Liverpool via Queenstown; - etrur : Anglian, from
London. : ■; 1' : .. ~.
WIFE WHO DOESN'T EAT
LIMBURGER NOT WANTED
Her Diet of Cream Puffs Is
Cause of Divorce
Suit
That the diet of Mr?. Matilda Reich
.was not of a sort that ; tended toward
harmony;-In the home?, was; the testi
mony of her husband. Frederick W.
Reich, -a- postman, before Judge Rich
ards yesterday in the, wife's suit for
separate maintenance.
.'1 "Mrs. Reich would* eat cream puffs
and mocha tort and pie and; pastry,"
declared Mr. Reich emphatically,
"whereas If she would eat limburger
she would be all rigrht." -
■- Judge Richards pave no sign that he
favored either regrimen as a staff -'of
life. ,. . > .. -.: -.::. ' ■.
Mrs. testified that her., husband,
.was; niggardly and - abusive." Mr.' Ueich
denipd the charge, declaring , ' that "he
considered ; ;niarriage;a. failure. ■ •,
■* "Why ,do I ,think" it a -failure?" ,he
queried In response to a question. "Be
cause my wife, never : does: the wash-
;ing , : and when 'I" come , home: she never
hangs out my clothes nor has supper
ready." ; ■ :"■;-."?'■*"- '' '.I 1 '*-'.* i*iT !•
: ; :;Judge, Richards continued the case to
next - Wednesday.'.'l;, 4
>•' These were granted interlocutory.'de
crees of divorce:;. >\,'
. By Judge Barber , —Bert from Jessie
O. Wood, desertion.
By ;■ Judge Richards —Irene from ■ Jo
seph J. Ma honey, desertion, v "-* • !
: By ; Judge? : Mogan—-Gertrude from
Charles M. Skeehan, desertion.
? -Complaints tiled: ; :
j- Max C. against" Annlβ V. Fox. annul
ment: Ann l>. against r William McCartyi
desertion;; Marguerite* C. against George
M. Travors. cruelty; ; Anna B. against
Joseph; F. :R. Kelly,",;desertion;s Frank
OnsloTv against Bessie Onslov.-. cruelty;
William a.cainst , Matilda.; Scott Jr.
cruelty; Minnie A. against John P. 'Hill?
annulment; "•rPrudence-aarainst r Joseph
Grace, cruelty. ".'■'..' „.' \ , ■; • .
"BLUE SKY ,, LAW HELD
UP FOR REFERENDUM VOTE
.■; .•. ' ;'V- : , ... -_1» ■- . •-■V:
Investment Compiinlrs Report Siifllclent
Signature* , to 'Pass; "Measure
.-.-; to.Vote of People— -
LOS . A ANGELES, July 10. — Sufficient I
! signatures have been obtained to hold i
lup the operation; of the recently enact-'
ed'VMue sky"/ law until it can be passed ;
i on' by ; the. people at a referendum, ■ ac- \
I cording , ,? to an announcement today b> -,
officials of the California Association ' .
of Investment companies. . '.-''. -- •/? '
More than 20,000 signatures to the
• referendum petition yhave.-"■■ been' ob- I
tamed in ; Los Angeles and San' Fran
cisco alone, it J was said. V S
; The Association of Investment cor- ]
' poratlons twill submit 'another measure
to regulate stock t selling?:■ at } the time j '
the act rof i; the = legislature Is submitted
popular vote. v ,t : 'V"":': v .,, i ,,''.,. ' "•■
$1 C.OO Includins $1 A.OO
IJ Berth and Meals 1U
First Cla«* ■ " . Second Class
Seattle, Tacoma, Etc.
Alaska-Pacific S. S. Co.
■: .;;.;v; STBEI/.STEAMSHIPS;?;;:"'};S
S. S. Admiral Farrajrnt. . July 12
S. S. Bnckman .;..^^July- Iβ
8. S. Watson Jely 30
gaillaar 8 P. M.—Howard-St. Wkarl
ALASKA EXCURSIONS
6END n FOB! DESCRIPTIVE ? FOLDER Q
TICKET OFFICES i ■
:fo Market Street . Phene Kearny 8210
*54 656 MARKET: ST.. Phone Douglas 114
1680 '■ Market ! Street r..i Phone '■= Batter « 810 '
; Howard ■ St. ; Wharf..Phone , Kearoy 5040 )
- v : B. 3. RI^OWOOD,
Traffic Manager.
J Howard . Bt. Wbarf..Pboa« ;• Kearmy | S040 ;
~ .■ >.- ■ r v ~h : : •• ' ■*" ■'~,.■. ..■-"..-•'■■■•. ."i ■. -..-■■.■■ . ."■■■ ■■■■ - .
W. P. OFFICIALS
TO OPEN SHOPS
Special Trains Will Be Oper-
Kated to Sacramento .
'. Tomorrow
- For the opening , of . the hew shops; of
the Western Pacific", railway in Sacra
mento tomorrow special trains will be
run ? from Oakland and other points to
accommodate those :. desiring to witness
the opening: ceremonies.
\ Among :officials;' of • the road who will
make tlie trip from San Francisco are
C. M. Levey, vice president , and Ken
eral manager; 11. M. , < Adams, freight
traffici manager: E.-; L. : ' Lomax, pas
senger traffic-manager; T. J. Wyche,
chief engineer; ,T. K. O'Brien, superin
tendent of motive power; J. P.
superintendent' of 'transportation; E.
W. Mason, superintendent- eastern di
vision: J. F.rEvan?.' auditor; J. G. Uwe,
district.passenger! agent: YV. G. Bruen,
secretary, ndtChsries\Elsey,-treasurer.
"'"■■ The ceremonies Vat tending;? the open- J
ing are in charge ; of; a Committee of
the Sacramento, Chamber, of Commerce,
of which D. YV. Cavmichael is chair
man. There will be -addresses by i *tate
and pity : officials and by officers of the
"railway. -./V.^;-; 1 -' ' -";_" .'."
' ':'*'. # -. * ■ ".; -,
The accident records, of all the sillies
of the Southern Pacific -company, ag
gregating 11,000 miles, ; show that* dur- i
ing the month of May there ;was not a |
single fatality due to the operation of i
trains,*" either ito passengers or ? em- I
ployees. and not a single ; fatality among '
the men employed in shop and track I
service. „; This record -• Includes * the j
3,000.000 passengers which are carried .
by *:,the ; Southern Pacific ; every month j
and the 4i>,000 employes on its payroll. ,
The .Southern Pacific company has
discovered that, : from * one item alone —
of materia! that was formerly con
signed \to the scrap heap—it can eav<
$1,000; a j month. , - ; Old locomotive -boilei
tubes are no longer to be sold as junk
They > will be pieced together- at th<
machine : shops •;■»; and used, for piping
water and air about ■; the yards of th«
company.
H. C. Pearce. general storekeeper
has:.returned from an • inspection trii
to Los Angeles, where the lexperimem
in salvage was.; tried out, and he Bays
that $12,000 has been saved in the las :
year by this new economy. ". ,
Heretofore the tubes when taken 0111
to be ireplaced* by new ones were , ;con
sidered waste * and sold as : such. No-n
.they will be gathered -together;- at al
roundhouses and shops, shipped to th<
general '■',', store*, cleaned, * turned foi
screw; connections; r and then, redistri
buted for pipe purposes instead of new
material. _ ' ■'-"
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY I
VALUATIONS INCREASED !
'MARTINEZ." July 10.— Increase of
from $37,230,000 to more than $41,500,-.
000 Is noted in the 1913-14 assessment
rolls, c which have been completed by
Assessor George O. Meese. ]
The increase is more than 12 per cent
and is the largrest in the history of the !
county. Including the operative roll '
and railroad assessment, ; ; , the \ grand
total of Contra Coeta property Iβ more
than $47,000,000. ** In the jlncorporated
towns a big: advance in value is noted,
Martinez being*;sll,lsl,4lo; ißichmond,
$l4,B43,79s;;?Pittsburgr,; $757,455; An
tloch, $317.16;'; 1 Concord. $298,075: I Pi
nole, $158,075. and Hercules. $652,716.
FOUR PITTSBURG HOMES
; BURNED YESTERDAY
(Special, Pl«patoh to The, Call) # rj_*V' \\ ' ?'
. MARTINEZ,v July• 10.—Four cottagres
In the heart , ; of the residence district
or Httsburg: were burned this morning,
causing , a loss of more than $25,000. ; ;
The fire started In the home of City
Marshal .Tames '•. Fa hey and spread ."*' to
the " homes of ?Arthur McLean, Edward
Smith and Frank -Hurley. '
: The cottatres 1 were built recently by
C. A. Hooper.,, V: •--"- = '
? "OCEAN TItATEL
HAMBURG^AMERICAM
Largest 400 Ship*
in the Jar (S> 1.306.819:
\ WORLD If TONS
/"IMPERATOR"\
m EWorld's largest ship, will »
M « 411.C FROM \EU' YORK ■
S3 «atur<lny Vf. . JnlT ; 19. 10 A. V ■
;'■; D "nfnrilar Aoc 9, 11 A. >t. ■
B■* a < iir Any . ;. . A u g. -, 30. - » A. * M ■
• c *fl:;' and every three weeks thereafter. .. «
■ I KnnMi'iK pa«<senj(>re rto arrive !n ■;■
I LONDON > and PARIS on alxth ;snrt > ■
, "' HAMBURG, oil f'eeTenth day. R
.• H-Rook* now on»"n. for-season.-',- H
I 1 o\DO\. PAnw." ; nambtip^β
J'M r-es-tGrant. ':.-.':';. ... Jnlr- Iβ, 0 A. M. ■
m ■ 'Imperator 7.........Tn1y 19. 10 A. M. : ■
i> H ; «m/riV*,-;.......... July 28. 0 A.M. I
-H Pr.«. Xlncoln ..'...-...TnIT 24, 12 noon „ B
H •*PennsT!Tanl* ... .July 31, 3 P. M. I
'" B V«ii*n f Auk. Vic.-Aue. 2,, r> A. M. I
H "•Tnperator ......... Ana. 9. 11 A. M. I
X- HtsP*Mcia....'...:..An;. 9, 12 noon. H .
•■ f *Tnerika..........A«e. SI. 11 A. M. B*
'.-.. ■% I Pretoria....... • Aug. e B. 12 -no- M
■■--"'■ - IS<*ronil -c"Wns only. * Wilt' pal! Nt M
•-' H Boulogne.- fNew.- -tHumburfr-'flirect. |
■'• ITT , - 8."--. S. Pennsylvania r and- 8. 8. ■
; ■.■Pretoria"sail 1 -from New:rPier. foot of H
■ ?M ■-■ St.. South : Brooklyn. V v All i" otW : B
- ■ S(>iHn(r« in J this service from' our! Ho- S
boken Piers..-;;; ';.' .' '■-,'-" .'.■■- ' H
I MEDITERRANEAN
i" 9 Oibmlfsr. and Genes ;B
1 ■-■-■ *■ ;r— •' All steamers In this serrice leave: H •
3 1 from NEW PIER. 33d «t.; South
*Rf Brook'.vTi. Take PMh. B*. Ferry. H
" t; IB B. E. Moltke'(l2,uOO «on!«> B
>f r|'v,. .. r ~ Jnlf 13. ,3P. M. I
»] aS. S. Hamburg ((11.000, Tim*) ■: H
/..011*,;.,.:'.- ;,• ".-■■: Aujrust P. 10 A. M. ||:
f HSR. Moltk* .1 Anrust 28, It a. m. : gj
: 4;; I ;8. 8. Hamburg.. . .S<M>t. 17. 10 A. U. ■ H:.
|"~ CRUISES I
' ■ TO THE I-AMI OP THE H
' B 3UDMGHT StTX a
B JIJLY and AtrCWST g
*.Da .? ■'. g^ , Our Tourist Department B
■ ■"■ trrarres Tours by Ball or i■/ Jf
m Steamer \to all parti ■• of th» M
flk werid. JW
* . Writ* , ■ for Information.". B .
V HAMBURG-AMERICAN #
Li\i3 m
■ . • . 190 Powell street- -sJm----. ■--■
' «*v Phone Kearny 8946 J?
"V S«n Franoiaco. X
% Cal. *
frlnch line
Oil:. OLE. v TEANSATLAKTiaXIE
DIRECT?LINK TO HAVRE—PARIS
"■FROM I NEW YORK TO j HAVRE
Every Thursday at 10 a. m. .
- fiailinfii every Thursday and Saturday.,
L* Lorr«lB«.. July IT La s ProTenc*. .Aug. 14
fiance r.\ July M Franc* ...r;. Aug. 31
2 Savol* .July 31 La *avole.~.;. .*.Aug. 28
La ' La' Provence .Sept. 4
■-S FROM 5 NEW YORK TO ] HAVRE ij
Every Saturday at 5 p. n>.
Niagara .....July 1 9 1 Chicago tT.~77r: Aur/30
Chicago f:T.t: Aug. r 2 La Touralne. .Sept. c
Bochambeau .Ang. Iβ Rochambeau ..Sept. 20
Vlrglnie'-.-.---Aug.-ao! :» ' '
j rUG 8801-, Paciflo Coast Minif»n, ; 6SO
Montgomery Street, Baa Fraaeisce,
CABIK OmOt 871 MABJCET ; tTBPCT.
SOLVE BOND DIFFICULTY
Coinmli>«lonrr« Decide to InTPiitV.ciiar
; ity Fund In S*ct»rltlee
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
■■I SACRAMENTO. July 10.—A ; solution
offered for the sale of 4H per cent city
levee bonds was grasped today by the
city commissioners : who , asked th*s su
perior court ;to ; permit ">. the . iriveetlnK ,
of $200,000, left by William Land to
the city, in I levee bonds. This fund
was.to'beheia'i In trust for aid to des
titute persons. ...:;
10 days $49
Including Berth and Meals
Vancouver
and return
All-expense, suit-case-cruises from
' San Francisco to Vancouver, B. C.,
and . 'round-the-sound, ; ten days'
pleasure voyaging; the same
steamer for entire trip: leaves San
Francisco every Tuesday at 2 p. m.,
back 'again a week from following
Friday; see Victoria, Seattle, Ta
coma. ;:; Port Townsend, Everett,
Anacortes and Belllngham.
ASK FOR FREE FOLDER
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY
653MARKKTST, (PALACE HOTEL)
- Phone Kearmy 403 -
OAKLAND: 1226 BROADWAY
Phone Oakland 6680
Hi Portland
iJS S. S. BEAR 1
12 NOON, MONDAY, JULY 14* g
BEAR . —7 . 1
beaver Los Angeles 1
RnSEOTV S.S. ROSE CITY I
■* - "M 728 Market; tel. Butter"»B44
!■ 12 East St.; tel. Sutter 848J
J0 'Tμ Oakland. 1228 Broadway \
f_Jp»H fMHraCO&PODTIAHtt
PACIFIC MAIL
HONOLULU—JAPAN—CHINA
■"■■•... PHILIPPINES ■•
MONGOLIA (27,000 tons) calls at Manila
.....................Wednefdaj, July 19
PERSIA (calls at Manila); first laloon ac
■ commodations at rpdac«d rate.Tue*., Aug. 3
KOREA . (18,000 tons), call! at Manila....
....".....".;......*."."..'..... tJ Aug. 12,
PANAMA LINE
. M>xlco—Central- —Panama
-• New York —South America Europe
PERU.. :'.: .... :;.-..:. Te«a«lar. July 15
EXPRESS SERVICE, -PANAMA-"
: ; NEW*YORK— Dart to Panama.
, 20 Day* to Nctt York.
AZTEC '(freight only) I.';. Saturday. July 10
PENNSYLVANIA (freight and rase.) :
'-. r Saturday, Aug. 9
PACIFIC MAIL; STEAMSHIP CO.
Flood Rnlldliiß. San Francisco
• " ■"; r> Phone ■ Kearny 3620.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S. S. Chivo Maru ~.C. .Thursday. S«-pt; 11. 1913
is. S. Nippon Maru (Intermediate service saloon
accommodations 3 at reduced■ rates» .;."...'.".
v.':::...'. ... rrr.'..;..... Saturday. July 19. 191.1
S. S. Tenyo Maru. via Manila "direct.........
.....:................. Saturday. July 26/ 191?
S. 8. Hongkong Mara ; (Intermediate service sa
-.loon , accommodations ► at «reduced rates)....
......'.:......;..;..Thur5day, Anjrust 12. WJ.3
S. S. Shlnyo Mara .Saturday. August l«. : 19l3~
Steamers sail from company , pier,- No. .14.
near foot of Brannan street, at 1 p. m.. for Yoko-"
ha ma and ; . Hongkong:.', calling at Honolulu. Kobe
(Hiogo). and Nagasaki and Shansrlial. and con-
Dcctiug at: Hongkong with : steamers > for Manila.
India, etc. iNo cargo received on board on day of
sailing- Round trip tickets at reduced rate*.
For freight and passage apply at office, fourth
I floor, Merchants'.. National Bank -bnildlnc. 625
Market it. ' - TV. H. AVERY.
-' ' ; ' -.Assistant; General; Manager. ■.
ml
I For -■ Folders, Tickets, etc., apply I
V Pacific Navigation Co, 680 Market St., i. F. ]
AMERICAN- HAWAIIAN i
©"AMERICAN- HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route .
Rearolar Feat Freisht ferric*
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC V' COAST
PORTS - AND "HAWAIIAN"ISLANDS,
sailing. from New York every- cix : days,,
making'; direct connection ; with Paclfla
steamers sailing:, from Pallna Cruz.
Mex., every six days for San Francisco.,
' PACIFIC • COAST PORTS \TO I NEW.,
YORK. v . Also to Mexican and all prin
cipal European ports under through
rates and through bills of lading. Sail
ings from San ■ Francisco I every 12 j days.
For rates and further particulars ap
! ply to >, DEARBORN '& >■ LAPHAM, , Gen -
era) Agents, 8 Bridge street. New York.
WILLIAMS, i DIMOND ' & CO.. 'General
Agents. Pacific Coast.
: 310 Sansome St., San Francisco.
I Splendid > 10,000 Ton < Steamer* v; '.
m SIERRA. SONOMA and VE.VTTIU
a $110 Honolulu! t Sydney $300 :
■ C I? V.-" SHORT LINE
m AUSTRAUA 152 DAYS
pa via "^ HoyohVhV and ? SAMOA
iWI $125 i.nad Tour. South I Rosad tin World. 5*25
■B4MU. 5125. Hoaoitik, lit el*ui 2ad disjs3>4
■ >»jbm. }v%"tl:i. ■ Niw I vbiitnff fin costfaaaU
3 zTalul lMil, etc. I »ad worlds r**«? d'itt.
■ Hoaolclu Safitof* July IS. 29. Aap.l2, Etc. 2 MB.
VB ;* SyiotT uiltao Je!r V. s Ac«. 7t.1U.. li. m.
91 Write or Wire How for Berth*. . Send for Folatr. :
CSS - OfEAXIC gTFAMSHIP CO., -
H ATB Market St. Plobc Sntter 14* I
AUSTRALIA
AND NEW ZEALAND
i: Sydney i via * Tahiti ; and Welllnarton
S. 8 AORANUI!(8.000. tone; sails 11 a.m., Julj 13
ft. S. TAHITI (li.ooo tool) Kali* 11 a.m., Aug.
S S MOANA (30,000 tons) 11 *.to.. S»p. IT
ixio\ S. Co. of if. - z.. Ltd. ,
.-.* ** HIND, ROLPK '& CO., General"Aa-enti.
Tel. Doui. 3100. . - Ticket of f1ee,"679 Market , *t.
Ufliini 111 li S - S - LURLINE.....TuI7 22
! •■•*«•'■■*'*•*' S.: S: HONOLULAN. Aug.' • 3
j ;N*w i steamer*. * 13.000 ; tons. pier; >"0., .*S.
I Bound I trip, $110 and i up. v > Direct = aerTice to the
',Tolcano."Vt.v..:"S: ■.-•-•;•■% -' .a.-- ; i'--r ,;,•-.■:-.-"■::.:.. ; . :■- •
i T °MATSON NAVIGATION COMPACT
I ,;* ;::., ,; r 268 Market; Street y•,,--■;-,*;.>*\*
■' ■ ■ v' ; ,/-:... ' • ■■■'. : ■'■ ■ .: :■' .. '• " ; X.
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