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AORANGI BRINGS
AUSTRALIAN MEAT
Vessel Makes Port at High
Speed, Bringing Passen
gers and Cargo
For Last Time Liner Docks
Before Being Replaced
in Service
By a final dash of speed, made at the
last, moment, the Royal Mail liner
Aorangi of the Union Steamship ■ line
arrived in port late yesterday .lust In
time to pass quarantine. The final
dash of speed was not lasting, how
ever, as it was almost four hours later
that the vessel drew alongside the Fol
fom street dock.
After leaving quarantine the Aorangi
proceeded up the bay. passing by its
usual docking place to the consterna
tion of a large group of persons who
had hastened down to the dock to wel
come friends and relatives.
After a great deal of maneuvering ,
off several docks further, up the bay
the liner drew Into its berth for what
ilie officers of the vessel say is the last
time, as the Aorangi is to he replaced
by r. larger and more modern vessel,
the "VY'lllochra. This change has been
anticipated for some: time and now is
to be realized.
The Aorantfi brought a large pasgfn-,
Ker list from the antipodes and wav
ports. The cargo amounts to 1.535
tons, including: an unusually large con
signment of Australian meats.
"While at Rarotonga the passengers
of the Aorangi witnessed the narrow
escape from destruction of the schooner
O. M. Kellogg, which was driven on a
reef .Tune 24. The crew and captain
were obliged to leave their ship tem
porarily. The vessel later was saved.
Among the passengers were a large
•number of theatrical performers 1 * who
have secured contracts with American
producers.
Plans Change for California
Contrary to expectation, the cruiser
California, which wan reported as pre
paring to sail for the south, instead
tvill proceed to Seattle to participate In
the potlatch which is to be held at
that port in the near future. The
California will join a fleet of war
vessels which have been ordered to
r>«> present in Seattle harbor during the
rlelt of Secretary of the Navy Daniels.
The South Dakota, will go south in
accordance with the original schedule.
Sherman to Arrive
Accorning to latest advices. the
United states army transport Sher
man may reach port tomorrow night
from Manila In time to pass quaran
tine. Failing in this, the vessel may
tj# expected to dock early Sunday
morning. The vessel brings a list of
casuals.
Sydney to Arrive
Bringing a large list of passengers,
including the usual number of refu
gees, the Pacific Mail liner City of
Sydney is due to arrive from Balboa
end way ports Sunday.
I. on*.- Suspended
The license of Captain Oscar Jacob
son, master of the steamer Casco,
which was stranded on Piedras Blan
as, California, on June 27. was sus
pended for one year yesterday by the
local board of inspectors. Captain
.Tacobson pleaded guilty to negligence
and unskillful!
Chance of Master*
Schooner G. W. McKear —Fred .lessen,
old master; Charles Davidson. new
master.
Enrollment!*
Schooner Plute — R. A. Schnalle, mas
ter.
Schooner Magnolia—R. A. Schnalle.
master.
Steamer Norwood — Christen A. Knud-"
*en, master.
\E\VS OK THE (HEW
Exports by the Xebraakan
The steamer Xebraskan sailed for Salir.a Cm*
Wednesday with cargo laden at this port valued
at $282,553, to be distributed as follows: For
New York. $203,816; Germany $37,224: France
$12,74f>; Holland, J3.755; Belgium. *1..'.27; Hex- i
Ice. $917: Cuba, $259; Central America. JIGS;
Italy. $95; England. $18. The principal exports
and. their destinations were as follows: * ■■
For New York —79.430 pals and 3 wine.
40.000 lbs raisins, 1G0.925 lbs prunes. 10,e25 cc
<-armed good*. 102 gals brandy. 614.520 lbs beans,
20,730 lbs tea, 35,580 lbs casein, 21G.718 lbs
• opper matte. 5 rolls leather, 14.172 lbs ' old
rubber, 2,237 pltgs pencil board. 4.'!.", flasks quick
silver. 227 fks scrap leather, 1,264 lbs tobacco.
227.551 lbs wool.
To Germany—B4l,2o*l lbs prunes. 73,225 lbs
assorted dri<Hj fruits, 2,200 lbs apricot kernels.
To Francelo9,o9s lbs prunes, 185 cs honey.
To Holland — lbs prunes, 21 tierces "and
6 half bbls casings.
To Bflglnm—ll,ooo lbs dried fruits, 200 cs
canned goods.
To Mexico— XA cs salmon, 40 ptgs potatoes,
100 gals wine. W
Oil tor Peru .
The British steamer Mina Brea sailed for Ta
l«ra. Peru. Thursday with 34,400 bUa crude oil.
"in pkgs machinery. HO bbls lime and various pro
visions, valued at $21,923.
*inatl Cargo for Vancouver
The steamer Hornet, out ' for Pnget sound
Thursday, had 1,104 bbl« asphalt and 245 pkgs
potatoes:, valued at $1,721 consigned to Van
couver, B. C.
Two Lumber Charter* \".
The schooner Alexander T. Brown Is under
charter for lumber from Puget sound to Callao
et 50s;
The Norwegian steamer Christian Bors la en
cngfd for lumber from th« north Pacific to New
castle, Aus.. st private terms.

CAMINETTI MUM
ON M'NAB CASE
Anthony Camlnctti, United States
rommissioner of immigration, returned
from the cast j-esterday and refused
to talk about the plight of his son,'
Drew Cauninetti, who was indicted with
Maiiry Digrprs under the Mann white
plave act. He was equally reticent in
discussing , the McXab-Mcßej#!olds con
troversy or the part his influence Is
said to have played in having the < ases
postponed.
It was previously stated in Wash
ington dispatches that* Attorney Gen
eral Mcßeynolds had the cases post
poned that Camlnettl might be pres
ent as counsel for his son at the trial.
"Those who know .me best. will un
derstand why I do not care to say
anything about these cases at this
time," he said. "I am not here on offi
cial business and consequently ( have
nothing to say about my present trip."
HUERTA EXHIBITS HIS
JAPANESE SYMPATHIES
MEXICO. CIXY, July 11.— the bul
letin boards in the public schools of
the capital has been posted a call for
all students to meet the train on which
the new Japanese minister will ar
rive.
Ail are requested to carry Japanese
flaps.
'■The .unequivocal sympathy which is
professed by both peoples is well
known to all good Mexjcans," says the
call, "and we believe that the time has i
arrived to make public and solemn I
testimonial of sympathy in these, mo
ments in which our nationality is tried
by the impcralist" amblton of strong
peoples."
GOES TO WINE CONFERENCE
(Special Dispatch to The Cell)
STOCKTON*, July 11.— Chamber
of Commerce today.* elected its presi
dent, I* 8. Wetmore. to represent the
chamber at the sweet wine conference'
10 Washington, D. C.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Movements \ of • Steamers
TO ARRIVE -■ •' ~__ I
— — ■ 1
Portland - .....». .:.v..... |Arnt .....-.-. .July 1-
Sal. Cruz ft Saa L>lr>£o.;MexWn .. ...-.r, . t .fuly;l-
Grays TUrbor V.:.v..'.IPIeiadee...':..:'. July IS
Santa \ Cru. &' Monterey Eureka v,(»mall). July • 1-
San Diego & J.o% Ang, .'.MiiUnoniab ..... -TuIt «
Kan Diego. & I.oa Ang.. Speedwell ;....:. July 1-
I.oe Angeles ....V..... Aralon .... .7:;'.]Jnlya2
Nome .. .:.-„.'.:;...;... ' ; r:nreka ,-ii.Urge} .]July, "l-
Manila 1 & Honolulu. . . . Sherman .July 12
Portland & Astoria. ...jGeo. W. Klder, . .Taly IS |
UiimbnMt .............ICIt.T of Topeka.-Iul.T J-I
S«n Dlero & Loe Anj. .jllarvarit .....: (July IS
Graja Harbor/ ......".. UVntralia ..'.... IJuly -,13
I>os Ansreles ........... J. . B. Stetson.. J.Tnly '■ io
Balboa & Way * Port*.'.. PU.T of i>ydn*j. July 13 ;
Seattle direct ...:..:.. Governor . r.... I-Tuly ■ l.V
Portland & Astoria. ...}Y«M!Blfe "...... .j-Tnly l-»
Seattle ■. & Taeoma.*.... BaekBMii ...... July '•* !
Portland & Astoria..:: Rose < ily ... . iJw '■
Mendociuo & Shel.;Cove|Sea • Foam .*.'..: Uuly 13 '
1.OH AoBelcs *........ .'.iBear i.. , ...Tulv 13 ]
Seattle ........:.......JTampteo ; ..C....|JuIy 1* ;
Los Angeles & Way PtslSanta Clara .". .!July M '
SaiuDIeso & T*>% An(r..!Qup«n ..... J"'.' J 4 I
San 'Diego & Lo» Ang.. (Vale ........: ..July 14 ]
China & Japan ...... "Nippon " Maru . . . July 1» I
HoD-kons ....:.......JDatotah ....:. Ji-lv U ;
Humboldt ....... . IF. A. Kilburu. ..'.'nlj }*
Portland & Astoria.. .UKlamath .-. -'- •".".jJuly 1|»
Seattle & Tacoma.....|OllTer .1. Olson. July 1;>
Ix>» Anseles rtirect (Harvard ...... 'July I
Fort BragB........... I Arctic ...".. • • • .July Iβ ;
Uumboldt ,. City-of Topeka ..Inly 16 ;
MHki ■ ...............I. Kennebec...... July
Honolulu .............. jl.urline ..... '.Tnly in i
Seattle & Tecoma.... Watson ........jJuly J-J
Port San I.ui!«.. ICON Bay July.1^ I
Point Arenn & Alblon.JPomo J«J. r i'
Syduey & Way-Ports.. Sonoma ........ July. '■
Sal. Cn« & San Diego. Isthmian .... July J?
P>i?-t Sound ....\ (NeTadan July 17
San Diego & Ltw Anjr.. Geo.' W. Elder. .!July V
Fort Bra?K ........... IBniimwi.-W July 18
Los Anceles .......... Yale ..........: July Jh
Piigpt Sound Ports..... City of Puel.la.iJuly IS |
Portland A Astoria .. Bearer , .'"It '«,
Uμ Angeles ...:...... Rose-City . .July IS j
San Diego * bet Ang.. Governor ... • •: |July 1» {
■ TO SAIL
Date I
Steamer
I Destination I SailsJPler
Jnly 12|Flfleld ........iConullle Rlv.! - pm Si !
July 12 Avalon ..... IWillapn Mar. 1 pm 1.
July 12'Mnltnomiih .<... ! Portland ...IW ant .»1
July 12!Speedwell ..... Coqnille Kir. 10 am,. —
July 1? Columbia ...... if.riy* Harbor 4 pm 2i
.Tnl.T 12 President ...... Piiget Sound. 2 pm l>
July 12'A«lm. Farragnt. Pug<"t Sound. 8 pm -10
Inly 12 Northland ..... Portland ... 7 pm 2.
Jnly 12 Vanguard ...... HumboMt .. 1 pm 27
July 12 North Fork ... Iluinholilt ... 12 m .IS
July 12Oeo. W. Elder. '.San Diego... 7 pra IS
July 12;H«rrard ...... Lo* Angola*, i 4 pm, . .
July 12;ilanalel ....... Lo* Angeles. 3 pm! 10
July 12|OOM TUT ... Pt.-; San Luis 4 pnr 11
July ISiYoeemlte .San Diego... 4 pm ! M
July 1" .1. B. Stetnon.-. Portland ... 10 am! 51
.T>ily ISjClty or Top«Va.|T?umboldt ..112 i mi 11
July 13IArrt!c ....... ; Fort Brass.. 3 pm! :...
July 13 Porno Point Arena. « rm R
July MO. M. Clark . . .. Portland ... '< pmf 27
July 14 Euroka (small>.(Santa Crus.. 4 pm 13
July 14'Arna .......... -London ..... ; 5 pm ....
July 14|Bear Portland . ... 12 m , 40
Jnly.l4!CoTSrtjor ..San Diego... 2 pm f>
.TnlT 14 Yale Los Anc<»le». 4 pm '
July 15Klamatli ...... Lou Angeles. 4 pm SI
July ir.lP. A. Kilbnru.. Humljoidt . .112- ml 1.1
Jnly Isomer .1. Olson. I-os Angeles.I S pm , ■"•)
July 15!Itose City ....!l.o« Angples. II ■■] 40
15'Oetralla ... ...jOrays Harbor 10 am 21
July l.ilpieladeo, .......|Balboa ; ...... 5 pm .".«
Jnly 15'Sierra •.."...".'.'.. Honolulu- ... 2 pm 21
July ir»!umatUU . ...r.lPuxet Sound. 2 pm ! - 9
Jnly l."S:F.are.ka (large).(Nome- ...... ' 4 pm ....
July Pern ............iBalbon- ;....il2 .m 4-'
July 1C Harvard .....". San Diego.. .1 4 pni ; 7
July Santa Clara... Los "Angeles. 110 am 13
July ielS»a ;; Foam : :. Mendoelno .. 1 : 4pm -.4
July 16!BrnnKwick .... Fort Bragg.*. a pm . v
JulyMongolia ■ ... ...IHonekong ... l"pa) 4'2
July Iβ Rttckm»D ' iP»is«>tJi<ouDd. "A pmllfl
Jnly If! Falcon iPnget Sound, .'■ p:« -3S |
July l'iQueen ..'..... ...|Sa n. , Diego... 11 am! -0
July,17!Carlos •..'. „ Portland. ... ;5 pin 27
July lSJColusa ......... JRalboa ......I..., i....
July 7"»U«o. , W. Elder. (Portland ... 10 am IS
Jn!r Y«Ip , . 1 .IKjin Dlpiro. . . ! 4 rim .17.
' rTO SAIL FROM SEATTLE ,' ; 1
—• -■■- ■- '- -■ ■—__ '■■••• j
ne & St. M1rti*?4 : H'raibo!cJt TnlT 12
rard & Way Ports. .(Marlposa .T:V.;!Jnlyil2
iff way & Way Porte. City of * Seattle. July 14
igway 4 Way Ports.(Jefferson '".... July 15'
rarrt & Way Porte..'Northwestern . . July 18
ne & St. MtV-ha*!.... 'Senator -.....-.. .i-Tiilr 20
doria' & Way ; Ports. 'Adm. Sampson. , . July 23
I'IER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STREF.T v
Pier 9.... Washington; Pier 17 .;..'..•... TJnlonl
Pier 5........ Jaek««>n![?ier 19.......... Union 2
Pier 7 ... . PaciflrlPier 21 ......-...' Fllb«rt
Pier '».....Rroa(fTray;l!Pier 23:.....Greenwich 1
Pier It.....Broadway £!Pirr 25..;...Greenwich 2
Pier 13 ........ yallejo;Pier'27."..."..'..- Lombard
Pier 15 ....'. .*. .f GreenjPier-51:........ Powell
I " SOUTH OF MARKET STB SET ,
fier « ........Jiission in -ieri:».. opear
Tier 4 ;......Mission 2'Pier 2S.......'..../ Main
Pier* e:.. Howard IIPier 84 ...... B^ale
Pier 8.......Howard 2 Pier 36... Fremont
Pipr 10 ......Howard 2J Pier 38......: ....First
l , ler,12........Folsoni 1 Pier 401
Pier 14........Folsotn.2 PKt-42 V P. M. S. S. Co.
Pfer Iβ.......-Harrison Ple.r 44 J • .-*
Pier -JO .... Steuart Pier 54... ...Fourth
• • Time Ball : . ■
United States Branch . Hydrographlc Office, Mer
chant*' . Exchange,. San v Francisco,i July
11. 1013. v ; • • . - \ 1/-'
The time ball on roof of the Fairmont hotel
was dropped today exactly at noon. Pacific stand
ard time (120 th meridian),- or at Sii. COm. OOs.
Greenwich mean time. . : W. V. TOMB. .
■ " Lieutenant," U. S. X.. In Cerge.
■ Sun. Moon and Title -
United States - coast and geodetic survey—
»nd heights of tides at Fort Point. v For city
front (Mission street wharf), add 25 minutes.>-
SATURDAY, JULY 12
Sun risee •....;.. ..;..*.■.'...'..:..'....' 4:."6
Snn sets .....7:34
M<w>n sets ..........;....•........ 12:0." a. , m.
Full m00n..... :.;... Inly 17. at 9:57 p. m.
Last quarter m00n... July 20. ■at T :'><> a. m.
Timel TlBM * lTlme - Time
juiy —-f Ft I— Ft ' — Ft ; -— Ft
i. wj ii wf . ;i- wi h w[
12.. it;."" (i.» 7:'» 3.7 1!:4"| 2.4! ti:4"| e.O
13.. 1:58 ■ <T,e{ 8:41 ."..^'IL':.!. , !! 2.9 7:30 «.2
14..' 2:5«—O.3! »:C2 ' 4.0 1 :£.- 8.2 8:17 C.3
15.. 3:4* -0.7110:52 4.2 2:85 V:3.4 f:O.'. . P. 4
Iβ.. 4:341—O.ft 11:40 . 4.4 ;; : -0 n.5*,9:r.O fi.4
'.7.. r.:',<V-1.O 12:2.°. 4.'".' 4:2.'' ,3... 10:8+ r.0.2
18.. I r,:rc|—0.91 1:04 4.7 5:17 - 3.4 ll:17|. «.O
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
Pepth at mean low. water entrance to harbor*;
PLACE [ It. )
Date j
ITR ,J
ST. it
7% July
■ v ■ :
ajFor best water over, bar
.. pass Inner bar.buoy on
, port side 200 feet'- and
. head for. whistle. Jear-
, Ins outer bar bOOJ on
port rU\c. ■ . ■ : ■ - : ...'
. -
Best, water, over . bar,
v with - inner - bar- P. » 8.
I can buoy bearing NIC.
". Vi VX.. (mag.). ,. ■. .
Apr
hannel
same.
remaining about
isnnel to the Bout
and. changing a
to the north. ■
bannel poiith of,,range,
150 to 200 feet. In
Rood shape. = . -•--. •--_
l|....-..-...:-. ;..;..
."mpqua ..I
I
.CUannel shifted. 1*
I 100 feet south of ; :
I 'way- buoy. - : -.f~~ . ■
lack ' buoy I at end - of
Jetty gonr. , : Red buoy
No. ,' 2, off submerged
Jetty,: out I of position.
lamiel straight. . -
atn channel - runs
straight out. '•-:■• ''.'■
lannel •hifttDg^to'nortn"-
west.
o hounding -taken
north channel.; y..".
San Pedro) «0 June -SjChounel 400 feet wide,
:.;. ; -.. I ."{;'., I 30 feet deep, nearly to
haunel * 400 • feet . wli
30 ; feet deep ■ nearly
turning basin, v> ■;■■; .'■
*'-'-. ■-.-■■.:' I I ■ I turning basin. v ■•:■•;.-■-.-./;
Long H...I 15.7,'Jun<» d .............-. r...-..;...
Ban Diego: ;;o.O.June 10 I'cptb on middle ground
{■ V - ■-(-•-■■--■ j; -"» feet. •■■■,;• ■ '■ • ' ■. -. ;; ■ •• ■•
pel.
I
width.
V. S. Branch Hydrocraphlc Office
A branch of ■': the United * Slates r hydrosraphlc
of nee, located In the Merchants' Exchange, Is
maintained .in San .' Francisco > for the ? benefit of
mariners,! without regard: to nationality, ! and free
of .expense..- NaTlgators are t cordially invtffi to
visit the '< office, \ where a < cocnplett* set \ of: 'harts
»nd sailing directions of ? the world - ere E kept* at
band Tor comparison and reference."and the latest
information *, can '-' always 'A be J obtained ?:. regarding
lights, dang?) b to navigation: and . matters i of.' lu
terest to obtain commerce. - J W. V. TOMB, * c? 5
Lieutenant, U.S.* X., La Charge.
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL. SATURDAY, JULY -12; 1913.
WIRELESS REPORTS
FROM SHIPS AT SEA
By ■MARCOVr .WIRELESS. ; ■ .|
These" report* ju-e<reeelT*d» directly, j
from * lie. I'lwlflV r(>a*t etatiooe of / the ,
MarconlAYlrtieM company:( j
- --*'■ '■'■ iWkiatay, Joiyio.j^
STEAMER W. F. HERRlN—From'nonolnln; for !
'.Monterey;; 8 p. .'m. - ;■.850 miles from Monterey; |
'.' all well. .-'". -■:.. ". : \-.-\: ..■ \ '■'/: ■; ":" .:/ ;■ :'j
! STEAMEK J. i-CHAKBLOH—From Partisan ,
l.vis for R»errtt; S p. .in.. .226 mlles;frotn !
: Everest;, all well. ~',\; -.yv., v' .'„■ "-','■ -":,.; •'; (
BRITISH STEAMER. AORANOI—From Sydney.|
'.>:■ Sin Framlsco: Bp. ; m.. 144 miles from San
• Francisco; nil mit -- '.}. > ■ ,_.. s •'■■■]
■ STEAMER* LURLINE— From Honolulu for San
■ •■ Franclxco: 8 p.' ,m.; l 46;"* mile* from Ran-bran;. I
■' .-!?.-o: nil «fll. ,;.;„.•;. ' '•■" -
STEAMER HONOLTJLAN~Hetice Jnlr. S for
.Honolulu: 8 p. T M., CO"; miles i from San ; Fran- t |
■". cieco;.- all well. ." " ' j
STEAMER SAKTA RITA— Kahiilni for Ran j
Fr«nci»co; -»• p. m. 1 .C9<> miles from San
Francisco;;ell well. : ";':.'■;
STEAMER 1 ENTERPRISE-Hem July 5 . for
IIllo; i p.m., l.'-'TO miles from Sa:i ktancUco;
■1] well.'- - ■ .-.•"■-■■■■■'• .
Friday. July It- ■.
STEAMER UMATILLA—From Seattle ■ for San
Krancfeco;du« 10 p. ra. "':■'■ ,;' ;
BRITISH STEAMER ■ AORANOI- From Sydney
for San Francisco; &4 mII from lightship at
noon. ■ ■~.'. ..-■'* .■-"■<. , ■. ;"; ■
STEAMER HILONIAN— From Hilo for San Fran
cisco; will arrlT>? .Sau Francisco If. p. ta.-.;
:'/.: . x SAN; FRANCISCO. , July 11. ■'"■'
STEAMER . OLEUM—IS 7* miles north Of San
. Franci»co.at X p. m. '■ v .; ~ ', .
STEAMER i, "WABKTENAW— 114 miles north ♦of
;. Sau Francisco at 8 p..m.';* , •.
STEAMER >! EL BEGUNDO—I4S miles north of
Sau ; Francisco at 7 V- in.
STEAMER i MERCED^-25 miles north of Point
Arena a! ■ p. m. : . ,
STEAMER^ROANOXE—29 miles' north of Point
Ari'iia at Bp. m. \* '%■'. >;'"i" "■ . : ''.
STEAMER PORTLAND- 55 miles north of Point
An- at- H p. m.
BARGE 93— 1C.miles south of San Francisco at '
- 8 p. B. r I
STEAMER PLEIADES— 34 dUM north of Point :
■ : : Heyps;at s p. m.
BTEAMER CORONADO— miles west of Out- '
':.;.-.i reef at "p. ,m.; , ' ; t • ,
STEAMER Wli. CHATHAM— Point Bonlta at
v X p. ni. . , -' \, .: ',-_"■ . ■;'..■'•■■■..
STEAMER YALE—Passed Pigr>on point at 6:23
p. ni. ■ . -■.•■■' . ' ■'■-■ ?\*-- .■■. -■ •
J ASTORIA. July 11.
STEAMER ROSE CITY— Portland .' to ' San Fran
! - clsco; off Tlllamook rock at. 8 p.m. :';.;,;
STEAMER EDGAR H. VANCE—With log; raft In
tow. Astor!n to San Francisco; M miles soutn
• of Columbia rlTer at 8 p. m.
STEAMER GOVERNOR— Ho to Sμ Fran
i two; 8 miles south of I mat His ligl.tship at 8
p. m.
;; EUREKA.; July 11.
STEAMER CITY OF TOPEKA— miles south of
• : Blunts reef,at Bp.m.;. , v ;; ,* . A "' •
STEAMER ■ CHEHALIS— miles south. of Cap*
. .Mendocinp at 8 p. •m. :
i STEAMER STANLEY DOLLAR 210 miles north
;■, of San Francisco at B.p. m. . . . .
//.' If." ':■ .{/-■ -J;-:"; " SEATTI.K. July It.
I STEAMER COLUSA— Portland; 5 p. in., off
.' \l arrows (one point."-.,. r ,*.'",.. .
STEAMER 7. A. CHANSLOR—6, p. St., arrived
-at Everett from Port San Luis. ...
i
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
the Pacific
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
■ SAN PEDRO. July -Pacific Coast com
pany's Ptoatner Queen.arrived from San Francisco
yia Santa Barbara; and Redoado Beach with pas
sengers .and? frrlgb*. ..".;,, ; : , ;*,-./ - ;:- : ,'./- .', j".'- ,
-!r?rißleim{ii^Giritjv^od r completed* I lie dim-targe >oL
a partial - cargo at lumber for the : E. K. Wood
Lumber company and 'cleared for Long Beach; to
discharge", the ■remalnder,vth*nee. for Everett rto
reload. - : - r ■ .:' '•_• ''■■'■'" ''*■■•'■" ■* -- -\ ••
: . Pacific Navigation' company's steamer \ Harvard
arrived ibis afternoon from San T>le;»o, took;pas-"
sengers ■ and ' additional •, carjo . and, proceeded * for
San Francisco.' '-. •'•• V. -r '.';'■'. ■~ '.V-.: " >.\T.
After discharging the remainder of ; a lumber
cargo at Redondo -Beach;; steamer J.". 8. Stetson
returned:here," took;'.paKsengers:,and':' freight for
the Went Coast Steamship company and cleared
for Portland via. San Francisco to reload.; ,•?<
■ Steamer" Carlo- completed the , discharge of
j fiOfI.OOO feet |of I lumber- for the :Southern - Cali
fornia Lumber company and cleared for Redondo
Beach to discharge 250.000 additional feet, thence
I 'for, Columbia river. In ballast to reload. , ■" • <*t
North Pacific^company's steamer' Santa Clara
I was in and out -today from'and to San ■ft JIM li n
! and way: ports with passenger*. •';.:>»/ ■-_: r ■■". Sj;
After discharging cargo at Redondo Beach,'-the
steamer <). M. Clark /arrived here, discharged
the ; remainder; and left ' for "Portland. via -. San
Francisco to reload; ■ .. , L . . ; ■'■"
SaD; Francisco-Portland steamer Bear, on sched
ule.; from. Portland I via . Sun Francisco (with "pan-'
i sengers .and. I,2oo'tons -miscellaneous, cargo of
i freight and merchandise. . ' ". --•■ • . - ::;
.. Steamer Xecanieurai'* due.to.arrive from Be
reka; carrying 750.000 feet of lumber i consigned
to the Hammond Lumber company at Terminal, p
*. ASTORIA. July«ll.—British 'steamer 'Falls '■ of
Orehr sailed ■ today for London; via Yokohama
with a cargo for various coast points. ■-'• ■..:'■; '/ ;
;. Steamer, Camlno .sailed today for San Fran
cisco with *a: cargo en route for the. Atlantic
coast. via the isthmus. • . <-;'' : •■■ ': ..■,;,
... Steamer Yosrniite sailed today for San Diego
with a cargo of.lumber for St. Helens. "•.■'..*•»■■
Steamer Coaster, Bailed today I for San - Fran
c-i"co with n .cargo of. lumber. ■:. • ,-■ ■■ . " r
. Steamer Xehalem nailed today for San Pedro
via ' Grays' Harbor. : It will complete Its lumber,
cargo nt the latter port.. . . • -'■■;.: o-.--_■
• "Stenmer Beaver arrived this morning from
San : Francisco mid San Pedro after a pleasant
run up the coast. ■■ •■■- -■'-.. ... .'. -
Steamer Rose- City will Ball this »venln< for
San -i Francisco and - San ' Pedro * with ' freight and
i pHSseng«-r«. . ' • .>'=.
Stenmer Stanley Dollar; should arrive this
evening from San Francisco.: -.'■'■ ''■'-,' \ - \- f .
'" Schooner: Kona will nan about Saturday- for
Callao with a cargo of lumber. - ■ ■ • ■ •
• Tat I George R. Vosburg arrived | today from
Nehalcm - towing the barge Xehalem. with a
cargo "of 6.700. cases *of salmon and a small
an rmnt of lumber. ■ ■■ "t~ k „ ■ ?
Steamer Olympic sailed today for San Pedro
with-lumber. •. • ■ ■ . • ' - : .
British steamer Harpalyce ' should arrive this
evening from San Francisco. i , . ; .
-The vfirst of ; the fife Hammond ; Lumber com
pany* ? rafts of ■ piling that will be ; gent to San
i Francisco this season sailed, today, in tow of the
I steamer'E.-H.-Vance. •■
EUREKA, ; July. 11.—American - schooner . Hal-
ejtm. Captain 01« en. departed f,-. r the -Hawaiian
Islands this * morning .with 290.175 feet -of rough:
clear redwoods, valued at $8,020. ." ." », .
Steamer Phiv>nix nrrived from San Francisco
thlsrmorninc'.with. freight, mail and passengers.'
• Steamer Vanci.'anl. 'which has. been indrrdock
at San Francisco for several days past, will ar
rive, here early .tomorrow. .r_- ; " ■ •
* Steamer. Alliance arrived from Portland ' this
morning..' :.. "... . . . . . ,> ,
>.« Coming. for lumber cargo, the ' steamer - Prentlss
nrrived from SaD: Francisco at daybreak today.
Steamer ' City :of . Topeka sailed this afternoon
; with freight,. mail and passengers for San FTan
cisCO.'.'; C-•" .": '-..: ■:. -.;-'- : \..' I■ • }."■ ■-,-" .-.; •■■',
''■■ PORTLAND, July 11.—Port of Portland tow
boat [Ocklahama left ■up from Astoria'this morn
ing with r schooner ' Nokomie, for * Oregon" drydock
and schooner Beulah for St. Helena tie boom. ;
," When she • sailed i this morning; for San \ Fran- ,
Cisco. nnd Los Angeles, Big -Three steamer Rose'
City. - Captain . Rankin. had ; 230 ■ passengers . and '
I.fWK) tons of general freight. -.' - ■. - ~ ,'
- Steamer: Beaver. Captain Mason, .of. the name,
line, arrived from: Los Angeles? and ■ San > Fran- •
Cisco I atl 3:20 1 o'clock i this afternoon ; with COO
passengers and 1,500 tons of freight.- . ', " •
> British ; steamer =Harpalyce,'j recently - chartered
by i Royal Mall, arrived at -i Eastern and Western
mills from San > Francisco. "■-.;■ i:~, t ■• :;
' SEATTLE, July : : ll.— Arrived—-Steam»r Hum
boldt. from Skagway; isteamerg City of.Puebli!
Nevadan, Watson and Maverick.'. from San Fran
cisco.'"'-"■'.,-■'"* ".'--:--."• .:-•■■■•'.>.-'•.■-- : -■ _; ■.■■-. %>,. .- ■-~■.-••.■■
Sailed —Steamers Governor and Maverick ''I for
San Francisco. .... , ; . ,'. i
VAWCOUVER. :- B. C. .Inly n.-- Arrived—
Steamer Trlneulo. from :Port San Luis.
-' EVERETT. July 11.—Arrived—Steamer "J- A ,
Chanelor. i from Port : San Luis.v. . - .",..■
('ABERDEEN, July 11.—Schooner Lottie f Ben
nett,! from : Tocoplllu. Chile, arrived.'- ';
', 'Steamer Arollne , went to Hoqulam to finish
cargo and is expected to sail tomorrow . . '. .
-*-; Steamer John A. Hooper- went to Wllltpa har
bor >to finish loading./ .; ;..,■•■ -.^.-■':.-■ ■".- ,
C. Contie, *a '• sailor. on , the , steamer • Paraiso •
who fell ■", Into s the steamer's • hold, will recover'
He is in the Uoquiam hospital. > rpto " er -.
:,. . . " -. . ' . : - '.'■ : v • .'■...
.;'-;: JloTein*nt or TrnmnportM
I -Bnford—AtMare Island nary yardiundereolnt
repair*.'-y » - J -; --■: ■--»:■'■■.-. ;.' *:.■;.■.. ■ >> ?
• vCrook—At Union Iron works • undereolnx ; re
pair*. *-- ■'■•-.■■■•■• ;.■-.,.*- :.-',!.■•<-: ■•;"? .■■■:-»">;i* , i--v J - ,
-•" Logan—At■ San , Francisco; ■ scheduled to sail for
Manila July .V _ ---...--
Sheridan—At Mare Island nary yard underio
lnjtr«palr«.:.*;.:; -vv .77. ,yU:.. .-• ■>~-. ■■.*. ■.•■•,= "■-.
?; Sbermaa— Manila 'June 15 for this port
lioßii-Utt : Sao FiancUco Jua« *18 {or ■ Mt-
j i ■ : /-c Weather Report
f " 'United T States department ... of : -.agriculture—
Weather bureau,, San Francisco, July ; 11. > 191:'.. : : -;
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
,■'.ln the following table : th* maximum and mlnl
mom -temperatureii : and > rainfall, are glren:; ■>-"••''
-, ■ :.
STATIONS •
2 r *s !
;S n ■;c ; s ■■■•-. : I . ■
t» J] STATIONS
8 ■ S ' I
a. ?l::v t}t : -■■■;:■;:;•
= ? 3
s ? 1
3 : sr [I!
i - 8
i - :
2-: n .•:•
. '--.
:,;.-■ -■■■■■
Baker'-...: I 74144 .OOtlRod, Bluff... [102180] .<V>
Bol§e>r;..Y. ' Tβ 54 ;.00 Reno., r.;".'.. ' '60|52 ; .00
Del Mont? .. : ; 84 fli. , .00 Rote burg ...' 82 r>0 1 -CO
Eureka ..... 62 SO! .00 ;4acr«m«nt0 • 104 "8 {<
Klairataff ... 00."2 .'hi. Salt'Lake'.; , . .74 «4 .00
Fresno"..'... 10M72 .00 |San<Dieco:. J 04 64 .00
Helena ;."*... OS 54 .1 1 ■ «•. 'Fiaacisco: 90 (M .00
Honolulu:... ; 82 74 .00 San Jcse ... 104 GO UK)
Ind-penclencp 102 72 .00 S.' I- Oh!«po. 02 02 ;.00
KalispHi ... 70'48; .1O';5.E. -Farallon [56 52 .00
Los Angeles. 861841 .00 Spokane*\V/. 74-48 .00
Moflfna .... SCC4 .00 Summit ..:. ,78 48 .(>«»
Mt.Tmalpals 06 76 .O0l ( Tacoma . ... 1 «8 .. .00
North Head 62 Hβ '.00 Talooi-h .... 1 62 52 .00
Phoenix .... 110 82 .OOiiTonopah .... 86 60 .00
Pocatello ... 72.10 :00 Walla £::... *O 54 .00
Pt. R Light r.T'.VJ .00 Wlnnemucca. 82100 ; .00
Portland?.... i,76 52 JO Ynmay:V:V.. !m ! 78, .00
~" . '.; ■■''S^ EASTERN STATIONS ?:;
Abilene . ".1102178! .0()!j\noxTille ..j 82:721 .44
Mlanti<> -City 72 02 r .00 l«ITllIe .. *8 lOj .01
Boston ...... 80 CO .00 ;i Memphis-'. . . »R. 72 i l^S
Buffalo'' " I ! . 54 .*: Montgomery. 86 74 Tr.
rharlostoa''. Kite ■.»'* Montreal -..:. .72 50,.00
'h'raeo ! 7*i6O - .00 1 Moorhead..:. ■ i2 &i -.Zl
Denver ... S2i58 .00 New Orleaw SO 74 .98
De» Molnes.: TR «l -.SO New--York.. 78 60 .00
Dexter CltT' ..|70! *T. XorthPlatte 78'f.O ...4
Puluth.. :.':': -eoW-.ee Okl.homa .. Oβ 76 .00
Dnranro .... » 50 .00 Plttaburg ... 82 54 .00
EestDort 64 52 i*.O2 RosweU .... 1O2W?:.OO
Ann Bay..' 72 52Tr. St. Paul » ... sons ;.oo
Oroen Bay.. 72|52 Tr. St. ; Paul ... 64 60 .82
liattpras , . . .' M .V .00 Tampa ..-... , 90 74 Tr
Havre . r.... ' 76 r>2 .0] Toledo,. re M .0>»
iT*roi :::.: 76 62 m Washington. 1*6 64 .00
.TacksouTllle. 00 74 Tr. i Winnipeg .. 6014G .00
Kansas iCty. 92'7<>j -5S ! '■>«:; ■.»--.-- .,■.•■--' - ■ "<
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS. '
l-ilrand warm tventher prevail* OTer- the Pa
riflo coast' with temperatures In 'the" Interior or.
fallfornta from 102 to 108 degrees. The
st- in Is moTlne slowly .'eastward through Manl
toba. cn.ising cloudy weather V with i rain % «n.i
thunder storms from the ■Rocky.mountain* to The
lakes and In the central Mississippi Talley. On
the; Atlantic .roast the weather Is-generally, fair
and». seasonable. ■ Condition* »are;, favorahle for
continued fair and warm weather In this dis
trict Saturday with !tj?ht north wind.
• . :. FORECAST- - . .
Forecast for the 80 hours ending nt midnight.
Van a Franei«eo*'and ;°Ticinity— Fair • Saturday;
continued warm: light-north wind. . \ •_
Sacramento valley— Fair v Saturday; continued
warm; light north wind. 1, . . 'i,'''~~. : ' ; *
Srv/ita" Clara valley—Fair: Saturday; continued
warm: north wind. .. • V
San . Joaquln « valley—Fair• Saturday; continued
warm: .light north wind. ~ ' t wJ ,
For California > south iof the Tehacbapi —Pair
Saturday: light nortbwewt'wlnd.. • .-:-'
■- ■ -... -.-'. O. H. WILLSON. Local Forecaster.-
Shipping Intelligence
'ARRIVED , >
V\.> :-.-.•:,£." .Friday." July If.
- 4-15 » n . stinr Coos Bar, Bowen.:C4; hours
from Ventura" and w»y porter::merchandise , to
Pacific Coast Steamship company.. a ■-: -■
5:30 a m.. Br Tamatac. ArchboUl, rIS
days ,; from Shanghai ;|baliast to Standard Oil
' company. ai,. stmr-r.a'ndoa. Lindberif. 60 hours
from San Diego; :< 6allast-to A. F. Estabrook
0:45 a. m.. stnir Col. E. L. Drake. Badger,,3<V
da.ye from Seattle; to Standard Oil com
pany, with bnr»e 05 in «o\v; up river direct.
6:45 a. m.. baFge 95. Dantels. 3% dare from
Seattle: ballast to Standard: Oil company;'in;tow \
etmr Col.;E.sL.*Pralie::up river direct.*.? >>' -
10:0.". •a. m.. strnr Bartlett. 18 hours
from San Pedro: hikl merchandise !to |
Pacific Navigation J4«f*W>»ey*£ijA;>"Z^ii^*^ "
11 a. m., WiNwnette. Reiner. 40 hour* i
from San Pedro; ballast to C. R. McCormlck. r i
t - 11-3.". a: m.. etmr President. PaulKcn. from '
San Diego via San Pedro 2 f- t hours; passengers
and merchandise to Pacific Coast Steaaieblpjcoin
pany. '■:■ %''■'■.< " l'".l'i' r^f r '■•..'■ ■■?'''*,*.';•• '-' -'■' '■■'"':.,
12:45 - p." -"■' m., .-. stmr * Coronado. Stan*?]end. 42
hours ?.f rom ■■= Redondo Beach; ballast :to •'■ Pollard
Steamship: company.?V-". ■-." > ■' "'' .; ■> ?-'_
12:45 p. m.. Bγ etmr.;El Tamlin, 17 dare
from Lobitos; • 6.200 £ tons ;of petroleum to ; Bal
four, Gutbrie & Co.- -">'<' , : - '.'V : ' : l
1 p.. in., etmr "AVhlttler. 1 . ZolUnjf, — boars., from
Port San : Luis; oil j to. Union Oil company; up
river direct. .." J., :^'. ; :';M' '-■'• '.''. '■ : • -.*>::• ■'- ; , r
?: 3:30 p. m.. sebr C. T. Hill. Nielsen, 27; days
from Kanil:; ballast to master. , . >-■• Vrv ; - ! V ,
-*' 5:10 p. m., barge Santa ; Paula," Pelle, 44 = 'hour«
from ; Port i San-Luis;: S. 000; barrels' oil to Union
Oil company; I'earlM*. v - ~';*"(•' l ,K. -
7:1.0 p. m.'',iFtmr'rAlcatrez t Kranse, 6<> hours
from- Sftu Pedro; ballast -to L> E. While Lumber
company.i<. ..' '*~"., y ',v>' > '.-i.■■:■:.'■..'■-; "-:«"-■_,;*.:*;■.■ » ;
.■-.7:50 i>. m., Br : stmt;Aoransl, J Stevens. 21> days
from Sydney.- via Papeete 12 days; passengers
and merchandise to Hind, Rolph & Co. '■ >:
-S:2O p. m.'.Vetror?Unaatllla. Rellly. 60 'hours
from - f»enttle; ' passengers'*• and J merchandise ;to
Pacific-Coast v Steamship y company. ' ■.': •-* ;.*■ -
••■- 8:40 p." ni.. ■ strnr^ HUonian. • Maitaen." 7 days •■ 23
hours ;. 4S / minutes from v Ililo;,; uier'bandlse to
Matson, Navigation company. ■■-■• r> -,i v• - , •/.>, ~
'0:40 p. m.. etmr Paramo, Jacobscn. GT. honre
from, Portland, via Astoria 57 hours: merchandise
to Swayne &■ Hoyt. »*■;•■■,:--■ .-,"<■ ■>-■ : "■■■•-•;. .
■<:::-:- >.\fl CLEAKKI) ".'"■':;.■<.■ i :;.■■-.--.,
- ■.■ - ; - -■..- ;-^,':i"••■?-.-"--"'/, . Friday, July 11. -;■
' Stmr F. - 11. Leggett. Rellesen. Portland;
Hicks-Hauplmanri.Lumber company.- . ;-•;•; ■.■ \
',* .Stmr DHTcnporr, l>ettniers, Victoria .tU' Port
"Angeles;. J. O. IfHvoniiort. ...',,.>; ... -V -" ■
Stmr Vale, Bartk-tt, San Diego;. Pacific' Navi
gation company.r. : - ' '■■ t'r w .;'."-.' ,• ~ ".
• ? Slmr Coos Bay. Bowen,%,V»ntura;tPacific;Coast
Steamship company. ■'■■*- =-■-■
>;,.-- ---;--•■, ~ SAILED /:i- ■:■•:■■.■ ■'-• '
, -..?„:--Thursday. , . July 10.
' 11:20 '-p.- '- m.. ,«trar Mayfalr, Paulsen," Grays
Harbor. ', :■-."*"■* •"■. ■■>•-:••'■■.•■■-.■ r ":
, \ .:. ;.,, "' ;a..*« .-Friday, July 11. ■
• : 12:10 : a. t in.f'Rtinr Merced,;Applund. Astoria.-'
10:4." a. m..'stmr ttoanoke," Dickson, Portland.
12:20 p. n>., stmr F. A. Kilburn. McLellati.
Eureka. .".'■-:;. " -<■- .■"-■''.■: ■■;...•,...... -....-■...-.
. .12:45 p.' m.. V. S. utmr Saturn. Smith,. Bremer
ton. .... ■.• ';. '■; '~'■ ■■ .'.".',. ■ :., •■--■ ;:■ :'- i..it-:.
; 3:so} p. m.. etmr (..Norwood.. Knudsen, : Grays
Harbor. • '.; ■;"- : *" !i ' : '■''■/ ■; ■ r-~-","-:■' '>':>■■ - : ■
4:10 p. in., stmr Yale.; Bartlett. San Pedro. ,j
=,; 0:2."> .p. v m., . stmr ; Coronado,: Stangeland. - Grays
Harbor. ■.:■ v'» ■ ■'•. '' T ' '■?.' ' ' '■'■:' '■' ■'
6:29 p. m.. etm Roma. I.awoon. Port San T,uls.
~ 12:25,<p:: m.. *tmr ;K. A. Kilburn, Mcl.ellun,
Eureka; ■>■:':.' ■■*•--■■' '.-v-. : - "•• ■..;;! . ■■■.---. ■ ,
7:10 p. ra., ftmr TVm. Chatham, Lancaster,
Pug»t sound. ~ */ •■>.-: '• '. ■■■■■:■ ■ » .-. ..•- -.
- i :-">0 ■p. ' m., Ftmr-DaTenport, } Dettmers.": Vie-"
toria. '■' ~ '-■.''-■.,,-'■•'''."■•'" :'.•'.'-' -' '» ■• '
'!8:20-n.. m.. stmr .Tohan ; Poulsen. Ulreeted,
Portland.' - ■■• '■ ■■■--'--'"■■*'•■ '•" ; "*- '•• r
WEATHER REPORTS; i i
POINT REYES. July. 11.8 a. m. —Clear: wind
NIC; velocity, 18 mll*s an hour. -"■• -•;■ ■
FARALLONES."JuIy 11. 8 a. m.— Clear;' wind
NWj Telocity il4« miles an hour. .-'.-■■ ■r- ■ -.
- POINT I.OBOS. July; 11. 9 a.- m. — Hazy; wind
W-; Telocity 1 miles an , 'hour.. ■>' •
■ TAJTOOBH. ; .liny 11. 8 a. m.— Partly'sloudy:
wlnd.SE;. Telocity,6 : .mtleSi»»n\ hour. . . -
S POINT LOBOS. Julys It, 3 p. m.— Hazy; wind
MV: Telocity 7 miles on hour. ; • ! . . .
: DOMESTIC PORTS
EAST SAN' PEDRO— July 9. 5 p. m.—
Stmr G. .WV-Fenwlrk,"- for Astoria.; ,_ ' •, ,|
: "Passed *in,' July 11. 5? P- m.— Stmr Necanieum. i
from-Kureka. , - ->-'".• ■■' - : t;, - :■• .', •' ■ -..■ :j
POUT LUDLOW -Arrlred July 10—Stmr Hen
ry-'T. Scott, from Tacoma. .■~ ■■ •■■ •
' SOOTH BEND—Arrived July 11, 7:30 a. m.—
Stmr Helen*, from Aberdeen. , ;
RAYMOND— Arrived July 11—Stmr Santa Bar
bara, hence July 8; etmr John A. Hooper, from
Grays x Harbor. ■■•.-:■•>-■ :: -», "' ;■ ■ ■--:.. ■-'-•-.■;: ; '--".;- ■
- • sax i DIEGO— Sailed July 1 Ir-Stmr James' S.
HlSßins.Ktmr'Newburjr.. for San Francisco "
-EL SEGDNDO—SaiIed July 11—Stmr George
Loom!*, Tor Sun , .■■ v-.-.■■•■ - ...
(SREENWOOD—Arrived July 11— Stmr Whites
boro.Mienc* , ! July 9. • ;'" -■* .-.-'■ -■- ■« •■■
- VENTURA—SaiIed July 11. 4:40 p. f m.—Strar
San Jaclnto. for San "-Francisco. :/• - - .; i
COOS * BAY—Sailed July 11. 3. p. m.-Stmr
Breakwater, for Astoria and Portland.; _ ; c
-;Arrir*»df Julys 11, 8 p. m.—Stmr > Nann ;' Smith,
hence July 0.... ,* ~'• ■.„ >-
r - EVERETT—Arrived ' July It—Stmr '' J. A.
Cbanslor. from Pert fan.Luis., " . ; . ;
"• ABERDEEN—Arrived July 11. 9- a. m.--Stmr
Nehnlem, from i Astoria. - . -,~ •-**. - ,•;
I'ORT BRAGG— Sailed July ll—Stmr Bruns
wick, for San Francisco. ~ ...... ..
--c.-.: SAN PEDRO—Arrived July 11—Stmr Harvara
from • San; Diego;; stmr : Necanicum,; from Eureka;
Queen, , hence July 10. ■•.',•:,-" , " - -
Sailed July 11— Harvard, Falcon and
Grays ; Harbor, for San < Francisco. , .
i-; BEACH—Arrived ' July 11. 10:30 a. m.—
Kchr , Mary^Dodife.:from; San Pedro; 6:30 a. m ,
etmr: Graytvood; from San: Pedro. 7i -rf ; ; % : :; -
iTo sail July. 12—Stmr Gray wood, for San Fran
cisco i via s San Pedro. V- ?' / •-■■'.-:' ■.--.■ ■ v>.- ;
.-.ASTORIA—SaiIed? July 11. ,6 a. m.—Stmr Yo
semite.s for San t Francisco;: Br : etmr i Falls ,of : Or
cby ;t for 5 I-ondon, etc.; 4 7 a. v m.. tmr« Edgar \H.
Vance, % ! with * log raft lin » tow. for Sun Pedro; 4
a. , m.. Ktmr i Olympic, 't for San i Pedro;: C a. m.V
attnr Coaster, for San Francisco. *" 7 v .
T~'- Arrived July S 11- -Stmr Beaver., hence ? July 9.
; Sailed July 11, 6: p. m. —Stmr Rose City, for
San Francisco. -- ' r ' - ,j
sC TATOOSH—Passed July 11. 4 a. m.—Stmr Ne
, TSflan. heDce July * J tor | Seattle; |Br «tmr Trin- !
'culo,"*froni Port San Luis for Vancouver; 7 a. m f,\
•tmr J. A. Chanelor, from ; Port <• San Luis for
Everett; 4 a. m., etmr Tivertoa, too Port Lua» >
low for Sin Francisco; etmr Tampico from *+
attle I for I San | Francisco; x 9:10 c. m.. Nor >V m
Heraklee." from i Sydney i for :• British * Columbia
9-40 a. m., U. J?, stmr Heather, for July
10, 8* p. m.— ■• stmr ; Colllngbam,;! '"«».""■ .
mainus for Adelaide: 1 during I night, etrar • Mlnne-
Bota. from ' Seattlef for Yokohama. .: _ P-_.
<■■> Passed j July 11. i 5 p. m.— Blakeley. from
WinHlow for Lrttleton. ;:. '"_ : . n .on ; . 'Vi. -
PORT CRESCENT—Passed July v ll. ''-" a - nl,
Stmr ? Watson, V hence July 8 for Seattle. tT ' ,*.
y« SEATTLE— Arrived July :-n-Btmr ? - C.ty^of
Puebla. hence.l July ;,8:*;. etmr U Humboldt. from
SUapway;; stmr.aiaTerlck, < hence» July >T.?; .Tniy,
10—Br > stmr ' Ikala. from ' Raytnonfl. July 11—
Stmr Wateon. hence July H. ~r. ;■•.■-•: i. _' r "
- Sailed July 11— GoTernor, for Saa >ran-
Cl ArrlTed July ■ 11— Stmr Maverick, ; hence July. T: 5
3 p. m.. «tmr Nevadan. hence July 8.
- TACOMA—Arrived July 10.;— p. m.—Ger stmr
Saxonia .->■ from: Astoria. ; July ~ 11—Stmr Cricket.
b *ArrtTe<i y 11— Selir A. F. Coats, from IIUo.
. Sailed July 11— i Ftmr Colvisa.'t for Portland.
v S POINT RE YES—Passed' July 11. 10:20 a. m. —
Stmr Pasadena,' from S?an Pedro for A1bi0n. *.'..„.,.
SIt'SLAW— Sailed July 8— Hugh Hogan,
for * San ! : Francinco/* -'■'<'-.' • •' --'* - ; . 'r ;- :"; ■- ■' "■
* SANTA BARBARA—AnIred ' July,:. 11—Stmr
Santa Clara, hence July 9; stair Queen, hence
July 10. vr :■■.-;•.-•* :- ■' '■■k'A '''l* 7 £■"*■
:;: Sailed -July 11— Sfmr v Santa Clara, for Sail
Pedro: v »«tmr Quet-n. for San Diego. ~' * , . -:- "-'
--■-■• EIRKKA-ATIT.-d July 11. -* 4■ a. ro.—Strnr
Phoenix, etmr Prentiss,,: hence July 9: 1 »tmr Alli
ance from .Coos* Bay.-.-i , * 't-H s '' , '""" ■'-""■■ "'■•'. ' •*■£,'i-*''
Kaled 1 July 11, 11 .».'■> m.— Defer Halcyon, for
Kuliiilul. .•'".';,;.,;*'-■ ' '' ": '■■"
-. Sailed July 11. 5 r p.",m.TrStmr City ■of Topeka.
for San Francisco.«.._»-. .-•>.- '-. ... - .' "'•.;"
.\.:- : V ; - .:-;- ,X< ISLAND ■, ports :Z:",:: :■: .' -' vS--C.
'MANlLA—Arrired prior July 10- Br In-'
drxmayo. Br etmr Indraw«rli. from ; >>» York.
~-X HONOI.i; l.V— Arrived July 11. c :?>0 -j a: \J»-~-;
Stmr : SorinniH. from Sydney:.'■,:"■.■" , '.:;?»-"?v ; V.-*, '?%£•.■'■
-»V Sailed? July 11. C:3O, p."; m. -Stmr Sonoma, for
San Fran<;si"o: s'lir Oraegu. for Columbia riTer.'U,:;
,; ArrlTfd July 11—Ship Falls of ' Clyde,. from;
GaTlota.: -'/' .'. ■'.■;..-.,; ■"•■■■.". .-„:.. ■..-,..-; ~
: s -EASTERN-PORTS.
NEW , YORK—Arrived July 10—Stmr ■ Oreffo-.
clan, from Puerto Mexico.- ■...";.■■
-. ' - FOREIGN PORTS :
. NEWCASTLE "(Au».)- Arrived July 11—Br
stuir Crown , of Galicla,.'from "Puget sound Tia
Honolulu. • ;•.•-- , % -'.\ ' • - ■"' : ,-■:—.:'
■ PORT i NATAL— Sailed. July .o—Br etmr Em
preeiof:Asta for VancoiiTi*r....'.' \"
MKJILLOXES— Arrived July 10—Scbr Tur
ner, from Grays 'Harbor; : v • •
; , 5 HONGKONG—Arrived July '<■ R—Br - stmr Em
press of Russia. ifromVaneoaTur.''*-;''
i ; HAMBURG— July 8— Fγ bark A* Pelier,"
for* Sun .Francisco. ■ >"'. "-'. ..." , ■ '
) -;•■ HllLTj—Sailed July 9-Ft bark Amlral CecJUe,
for New York. ■'*'. \-.-':- ■•---:- ■ ■■-.■.,-•.• -; -.
T- AUCKLAND— SaiIed July 10— Bktn'Amaranth.•;
for Newcastle. Au«. .• , :,.-v- '■'■■•..:■;«•. --.•/..
-SHANGHAI— July 11—Br etmr Robert
Dollar,'- for Naga*akl. •" ■ ; ' ' -*
r- Arrived prior July 10 -Br stmr. Inverklp. from
0reg0n. ■.'..■.;■"....";-....:.■■■■'" '.. : ■■..-.■ ■■■ -■• ■•■.*.-;
v RlATEA—Arrived- .Inn* 10-Schr ,O. M. Kel
lo^jf. from : Puget sound. -'
; VICTORIA— Arrived- July. 1 I—Br etmr/rrln
culo. from Port San'Luis. . - ; \
Arrived July It—Nor '■ Heraklen. from
Sydney, C. B. .:
OCEAN' STEAMERS -:
QCEENSTOWN— July 11— Stmr Cedrlc.
from New < York. ' • - ■ .
GIBRALTAR—Arrived July ■ Stmr 7 Stara
pall«. from Philadelphia. >_ ■ *•
• HONGKONG— Arrived .prior Jnly 11-Stmr
Chine, from San Francisco. v "'• •
HAMBURG— Arrived July 11— Stinr Patricia,
from; ; New ; York. . , , >..' . ■
, GENOA—Sailed July B—S'tmr Principe di Ple-
UH.iitc " for 'N>w York.
YOKOHAMA Sailed ' Jalv S—Stmr C. Ferd
Laelez. 'or Portland. Ore. •- .
NEW. YORK— Sailed July' 11—Stmr Philadel
phia. for Southampton.'
,-i Arrived July. 11— Calabria, from Naples:
stmr ;Argentina., from Trieste ' .
■-> PHILADELPHIA-- Arrived -July 11—STmr
Koln. from Bremen. ' ■ ,
TfMF.STK- July U-Stmr Pannonla,
I"om New York. . : *
X ;« a l i l P i!^lZ' lStmr Rnthenla. for Montreal.' 1
•PALERMO—SaiIed July 10— Stmr, Principe .11
PI ,T n .l'-^X rom Xa P lps anf ' Genoa for New York.
« ITANKOtt -Arrived prior July 11—Stmr Bessie
Dollar. _from Seattle. , -
1 :.*■">-.'•'•_■•: ■.'.■;.? -? Memoranda :-■■:, ■',•»';.■■.'; : '"-, '
Csptaln M. OrtoM of Br Rtmr Taraarac ii*4
Of heart failure ;on July 2 while playlßjr curds
with his eon, : who is an officer on the steamer
«as - btrM ;at *' a: vessel -: brought :to port by
Chief Officer Archbold. : v " • p J
SISTER STANDS ALL DAY
IN SUN GUARDING MAN
Brother FalU Over Cliff and Woman
Fearing; : He'd Roll to Bottom,
Screams Hour* for, Aid J
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
CHICO. July 11-—When her brother,
Charles Ilollingquist.vfell over a cliff
and -was seriously -injured ;yesterday
in the bier; springs. Mrs. Judson Han- ,
kins, his sister, stayed by him in the
blistering- aun all day, fearing if she
left him :he would roll farther down
the embankment/ : '* '
Her , continued v screams finally
brought la.': forest ranger to ; the rescue.
/ Hollingqulst was seriously injured,
and his sister Is iin a state of collapse
from ■ exhaustion • and fright. < • v,
BALL TONIGHT TO MARK
FALL OF THE BASTILE
; .French: Colony to Celebrate; ; Dancing
and "lukliimt of Patriotic Songs
..-' . By Opera' Star*. . ''~
: An all . night ball at the auditorium
tonight and literary exercises, Monday
night in Scottish Rite auditorium have
been arranged by a committee from
the French colony in celebration of the
fall of the Bastile. "•■. --■./ \ - • ""
: Consul •; Raphael Monn«t. is V honorary
president of the icommittee. and .VP-v A.
Bergernot will officiate at the exercises
as' chairman of the day. ;'*■ • -\
Features of the literary 'exercises will
be the f singing of "Marseillaise" by G.
Mascal of the Metropolitan' Oper a, com
pany; "La Vlvandiere" by Mme. Andrei
Tarny of the ;- Paris Grand Opera 'com
pany, and "The Star Spangled Banner"
by Mme. R. Rees. ■•.■■*■. '-' r ■'•;■ ~" : ■■' '!*'■" ' "
MOOSE LODGE HOLDS v
MEMORIAL TOMORROW
Edgar C. Levey Will TBe Orator at Ex-
erclaeaj" Honor Departed
.;.._-. Brother*
. Members of the Loyal Order of Moose
will gather tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock in their auditorium in memo
rial exercises. •_; * -
: .ri The program Will be ' opened by F. J.
Monalian, 5 " dictator,: and j Edgar C. Levey
will be orator of the day. Among others
to take part will be Rev. Eugene Ben
son,' C. T. Smythe, M. S. Morrison, /W. K.
Whlgham, 'L/'iG.' Stang. Miss Cecil
Treanbr,;and Arthur Sullivan., ■%*
The committee in charge. consist's t of.
Charles E. A. Creighton,'; X. F. ; Mefret,
James; G. , Conlan. Joseph ..1.."- Bury, Rob
ert W. Dennis, .Frank" J. Monahan and
L. A. Eaton. ■• ; ,. ; -* V". '"'•'' '.■'":■ ''tiS? , "
GIRL t KILLED IN CRASH
■ALLIANCE," 0., July 11.—An uniden
tified girl, about 13 years old, was in
stantly ' killed;'; two <• persons were : seri
ously Injured and half a dozen others
received>f minor Injuries H : when two'
empty ,steel care on the ; Lake Erie, Al
liance and 'Wheeling railroad crashed
into a Cleveland and Pittsburgh passen
ger train here tonight. v ; ; ■::,";
■ The one perpetual, thing about per
petual motion is its failure.;;;
$1 C.09 Including U A.QO
■v) Berth and Meats lU
First' Class Second Class
Seattle, Tacoma, Etc.
Alaska-Pacific S. S. ■ Co.
;.; ; • - STEEI. STEAMSHIPSi- •■::: -~■-.
S. S. Admiral Farragnat.Jiilj 1*
S. S. Bockman. Jnlj 16
8. S. Watson :;:./..:;.; July 20
galllnr 3 P. M.—Howard-St. Wharf '
ALASKA EXCURSIONS
■ BENU ?■ FOR 1 DESCRIPTIVE;.TFOLDER 1
'■■•• • ; - ■ '• " - - • - ■ ■ ■ : ■■ ■■ -■ .
"-~~? "-TICKET; OFFICES» - ,:■ : '
. PO" Market ? Street... .Phone Ivearoy; 5210
eS4 6.16 MAUKET ST., Phone Douglas. 114
■ ego ? Market Street: T.. Pbone s gutter is 310 5
Howard ■ St. Wharf..Pbnne s Kearny . ou«i> .
'." \B. 3. RINGWOOD, '..,«' "i . :
"« Traffic Manager. . ,
Howard St. Wharf. :Phon*s Kearuy 8040
PRESIDENT EXPLORES
HILLS IN AUTOMOBILE
Big Car Travels Unfre
quented Road on Moun
~: tain Slopes .'
COKNISir. S. IT.. July 11.— President
Wilson went exploring in his automo
! bile today. He took an unfrequented
I road and his; big r car ; picked its . way
slowly- and cautiously over a mountain
side. ,"-/.•■: •' * "■■ ; . ■•• : -■■ '
'■•■T he machine negotiated the hills with
little; difficulty, but 7 frequently in the
c'cscents brakes were thrown on tight.
The trip was ' made without mishap and
the view of the h surrounding , : hills
amply % repaid the i president for the
bumping he got, -' as both he * ami Mrs.
WileOn saw the iGreen"' mountains from
unusual vantage , points. ■ •" " • .
On one occasion the president's ma
chine came to a;, natural stop and moved
off the road entirely into * a front yard.
The road had just been covered with
oil arid half of It ' was blocked by a big
team. 7ln order to avoid getting out of
the machine X the president suggested
that" his car driven oven a little
knoll Into a front yard near a farm
house until the team had passed. ".
♦ "j No other incident: marked the trip.
FISH INTOXICATED IN >
RIVER OF FOAMY BEER
Brewery Output ..Kmpdeil Into Stream
Causes CbanM Among the Pisca
, . torial Tribe
MENDOTA. lit, July M.—There will
be no more fishing In the Mendota creek
for ' months to j come. ' It. is improbable
that the fish will be able to see the bait
for several weeks. - Tonight I the banks
are/lined : with hundreds of dead fish
and ■ the creek is full of others dead
drunk. ; ■,'■■ * "•' . • ,-..'■■ ■,■ ■'•■ •■" ■• -
Because of failure to pay government
tax the Mendota brewery was closed
today and .1,081 barrels of beer were
emptied into ■< the creek. .
An hour ,- later a • conglomeration .of
queer,:; nounds arose from the creek,
from; the mewing of catfish to the deep
bass, of J the | bass. Several \ turtles were
seen disporting themselves absurdly on
a. log and three bullfrogs staggered arm
in arm down Main street tonight, until
taken Into ..custody, by a policeman.
They couldn't hop, despite the fact that
they v.-ere full of them. - ..''''
/y| Many of ? the fish imbibed too freely
and climbed out; on shore, where they
were fatally prostrated by the heat.
Those who survive are following the
beer clown stream in large schools. ;
COSTA RICA MAY YET
WIN CANAL PROTEST
■■■'-,WASHINGTON", July 11.—Costa Rica
has ; protested ' against the proposed
.treaty.-*:'with'"- Nicaragua ■ for an exclu
sive**, and perpetual franchise for the
construction of a new interoceanlc
canal/'-;-■ • ■ -:-*■ ' ■ ■■'» • ;•/'■"-- i
\ The protest is based on the claim of
Costa Rica to jurisdiction over part
of the San Juan river, which would be
necessary to such a canal. . .
Secretary Bryan |le| Impressed with
the .justice a of the Costa Rican claim
and \', the J result may ;be a ; modification
of the pending treaty or • a supplemen
tary .arrangement with ' Costa Rica. ". ?
I 1 , 1; ' . V; OCEAN TRATEL '£ Vf : \-
GERMAN ■
LLOYD ■
Kaiser ? Wllhelm '■ II ......".. July I". , v H
Kronprinjs'Wilheltn ..*..:.'; July SB 'Km
• Kronpr[nze*sln Ceeelie '.. ...'. Aug. 5 E H
~- Fast Mail Sailings. ■ - --. ■Mμ
.-■■ P.'wn Vdlreot).... J...:..... ..July 19 MHof
% Barbarosea.'.-..:.....'*.'..... .July '_". • B
•: Priuz Friedrieh Wtllielrn.... July M HNS
London —Paris— Bremen ra|
Ca!tinic'V"-Rn'n>f-D direct; one cabin BSJEan
(II): \V><ln»sflaTs. 9f£iSl
■-'-,•' Sailing!* .on SATURDAY for fBgS
-THE >-MEDITERRANEAN &Sm& ''
Koenijr Albert... July 19 BEjjj
I'rinrres Irene Aug. 1C Hμ
Through rMes-frcm- New- York to » I
Bint. India. Far Fust and SOUTH QBgBH
AMERICA, via EUROPE.' Largest. aBgM
Newest, Finest Ships In this Service I
A HOT Ml THE WORLD C_| i bKb
- Independent Trip* -;■'■■•"''■'■'Bμ
PANAMA' and WEST INDIES . Bflßß
CRUISES Jan., Feb. and March, EgiSS
1914, •.".•> ,'''; BBSS
■ In 1912 the North German Lloyd jLfej-1
•< carried more passengers in all gQS
classes to «nd from the Port of ESHh
New York then tin-" other lire. j E&gnl
■ OELRICIIS & CO.; Oeneral Agents. ls?Hfl
5 Broadway. N. Y. BIR^S
ROBERT CAPEIXE, General Pacific mhos
Coa«t Agent. 250 Powell St. near BfcjjfiS
J ' St. Francis ; Hotel and Geary St.. MU
San Francisco. , HS9I
International \
Jt S*^W M Tr\ Iff W"
AMERICAN
XW.-FijnmOMth-Cherboure-Southamptoß \
' Phlladelphla-Qtieenstovrn- 1.1 pool *: *
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT -
•'• »tv York—London Direct ■'!■'.,*.•'■['■'
RED STAR ■-'.;;'■:
• London, J'arl*, via Dover—Antvrerp :,
-; % ; WHITE STAR v; r
>*.Y.-PljTiion<h-Cl«erbourjf-Southampton :
\.~vr Ynrk^—Q,ueenMo*irn—Liverpool:
—Queeniitoivn —Liverpool .'
X. .V. A * Boeton— Mediterranean—r.s.'nl
CANADIAN SERVICE
-~-Sailing* Every; Katunln.v from Montreal '■'.->
- ,:• -■ ■■■:■-.;■-.■■■"''- and Quebec -■-:.■'-■> --r> : . ...-.•■■•.••
?i B LARGEST; CANADIAN LINERS !
-'.: , -■ Inclurtinß the '''':.■■: ;"'_' ; -'.
i Laurentie, Aug. 2l>fcfrantl«. July * 1f» '■
Canada, ■; Vug. o!Tentoelc. July ;2«■
i •• Send for folders. of the Short , Latfd Locked;
'5 St. * Lawrence Route <to Europe. «■>. > ■ i-, -»■;•!-« yi.
Pacific ■ Coaet Agency, 310 ' Geary Street
• • ••- ■•,"'-' Phone Keamy 3265 ;;-•. ■'•**■
: Opposite St. Francis Hotel, S.F."-. , :
FRENCH LINEk
i OIE. GLE. TKANSATXANTIQUE PER
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE—PAKISBU
- PROM SEW YORK TO HAVRE H
• '■'■'■ ■ \ E»ery Thui'S'lay at 10 a. m. ', ' jH
I Sailings ererr Thursday and S»tnrda»., H
I«La '. ■ Lorraine.'. IT| La *- Prorence:. Aujf. 14 Bj
liFrance July 24, France^.".T.. Aug. 21 MB
ILa vole July 31)Lβ S«tol.-. ..;. Audi's HE
I.a Lorraine. .Aug. 7|l>a Prorence. .Sept. i t fl|
FROM AKW YORK TO UAVili; X
• - ■ Every Saturday at Bp. tu. " '%'•*'■■ HB
IKlagara .'.;-. July 19j Chicago c....'. 1 Aug. 20H
Chicago ... Aug. "La Touralne. .Sept. <;■
Bochambeau -Aug. Iβ Rochatubeau .Sept. 20 M
Vlrglnle Aug. 30 > ? .:-■ Tr:-;--->>:'H
' FXTGAZI PROS., Pacifto Co«t Managers, 630 Bi
■ ~ ; Montgomery ' Street, S«.n ' Francisco. ; - CH
CABIN U OFFIC-F. a 678 y MARKET STREET; H
'j^^^PABIS^-LOKDON— BOTTERD
Pl •liyndanr.. ,,;i ;:2»| ABMtrrdim ■ i
?.iß r 'Potsdam. ..Aug. l'J|-> ".'....;.'.■-.. July 1." I
ft! •Nooi-damfr.JulyS22|tßotterdanirAuK . 11; I
-■• ■ »Via Boulogne.vrtpiynaeuth and Boulogne. ■ "-.■ 1
;"•■ I 'rAOUIO COAST rOFFICE.; 319 , Qtisj it. ( '
: -' ■' ■'■■■■■'* ■■■•"-■■ : . ■■•-,"■■ ' : ■> " ■-■■ ' ■■■■•
ROOSEVELT SEES A WELL
Say*. 'lt*« ,'. Interesting , , hut Merely
Looks .at 1«; Leaves for
Mbii<|iicrqiio '■"_
, DEMING, X. M.. July 11.— Colonel
Roosevelt and party arrived here at
5:15 oVlock from Silver City in an au
tomobile. After dinner the. former pres
ident inspected the v flowing ; well near
the .' railroad station, -- in - which ■he ■• ex
pressed. much ; interest. Roosevelt
and companions left , on the Santa Fβ
train ? ; for Albuquerque this, evening.
10 days $49
Including Berth and Sleah
V a n c o v v c r
and return
All-expense, sult-case-crulses from
San Francisco to Vancouver, .B. C.,
: \ and 'round-the-sound, ten days*
■ pleasure j 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 andßellingham.
ASK FOR FREE FOLDER
PACIPK COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY;
653 MARKET ST. (PALACE HOTEL)
.' Phone Kenrny ■ 402 ■ •
-OAKLAND! 1226 BROADWAY
Phone, Oakland 0680 '♦ 1
l' —
Hi Portland
**§ S. S. BEAR
12 NOON, MONDAY, JULY 14th
BEAR f — .
beaver Los Angeles
ROSECin S. S.ROSE CITY
; : TUESDAA', JULY 15th
TICKET OFFICES
■' « • l Ja 722 Market; tel. Batter 2344
Ja 12 East St.: tel. Butter 2483
JQjr ' £*4 Oakland, 1228 Broadway ;
PACIFIC MAIL
HOXOLIJLU-—JAPAN—CHINA
PHILIPPINES
MONGOLIA (27.000 tons) oalle at Manila
.......'......... Wednesday. July Iβ
PKRSIA (calls at Manila); first saloon ac
-. commodation* at reduced rate.Tnea.. Aug. 5
KOREA (18,000 tone) calli at Manila
...;..:.................. .Tuesday, Aug. 12
PANAMA; LINE
;' " Mexico —Central'America—Panama , .„--,
'.. » New York-South America— Europe'
PERU :;:..............-.. Tuesday. July 15
EXPRRSS <■ SERVICE, . PANAMA
NEW- YORK— Days to Panama,"
•"2O Day* <o New York. ■ ■
AZTEC ( freight only).... Saturday. July 19
- PENNSYLVANIA (freight and pass.)
■ j.'. r.."::..;.%.'.:...:... Saturday, * Aug. ' 9
PACIFIC KAIL STEAMSHIP CO.
~t Flood lliilltJinc. San! Francisco .
: : '"-., - ( v Phone" Kearny 3620. . .;-„',;!
TOYO RISEN KAISHA
: ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S. S. Chlyo Maru.'..i...*.*.Thursday, Sept. ll..JOi:j
S.S. Nippon Mara , (Intermediate serrlce saloon
' accommodations •at -': reduced rates)..'...'...
.......:.'......;.. Saturday. July .19, 191.1
S. S. Tenyo M.iru, via c Manila direct ..........
/ ........ r... Saturday. July 26, 1913
S. S. Hongkong kfartJ (Intermediate service sa
loon . accommodations at reduced rates).:..;.
. ................Thursday. August 12, -Win
S. B. Shin.ro Maru..;.. Saturday. August Iβ, 1913
Steamers "fail from company's ...pier. No. , 3-1,
near foot of Brannan street, at I p. m.. for Yoko
ma and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu."' Kobe •
(>Ilof;o) anil :Nagasaki - and Shanghai.* and con
necting, at Hongkong, with steamen for Manila.
India, etc. No cargo received on board on day of
sailing.- Hound trip tickets at reduced rates. •
; For freight and paseajre apply at of flee, fourth'
floor. Merchants' National, Bank -bulldinp.• 823
Market st. - - '.« , w. n. AVERY;
; " ' . Assistant General Manager.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
e American . Hawaiian
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tchuantepec Route
Regular Fast Freight Ser-rlc*
NEW . YORK TO PACIFIC - COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
sailing.- from New York every six days,
making direct connection with Pacific
steamers sailing from Salina Cruz,
■Mox.V' every six days for San Francisco.".
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. ;; AJso- to "Mexican and all prin
cipal European ports under through
rates and through bilks of lading. . Sail
ings from San-Francisco every 12 days.
For r rates and further particulars ap
ply to DEARBORN* &- LAPHAM, Gen -
eral Agents,; 8 Bridge street. New York.
WILLIAMS. DIMOND & CO., General
Agents, Pacific Coast.
- :310;Sansome' St., Pan Francisco. *
I For Folders, Tickets, etc., apply I I ;,'
; I Pacific Navigation Co.. 380 Market St. S. F. | \
I Splendid 10,000 Tod Steamer* . ■
SIERRA. SONOMA awl VEMIRA .
$110 Honolulu' / 0 Sydney $300
SYDNEY SHORT LINE
AUSTRALIA r ■ «; UMTO
VTA HO>OT,in.lT AND BAMO\
$325 «nad Toer.South Round ths World.; 5*25 -
EB ieas."l MIS. ; Kooo'ula. Ist cUjm 2nd d**» $S9i
So r -in>)». Ays*ill*. Ifiw visitinc fat csntfotati
DM I'liivi.-iihlS. tk. . i! aadwo.-U'» fwit-cttltj.'
■ Honolulu Sailings h< 15. 29. Aaj.l2, Etc 2 p.m.
B9 SydctT sailings jlt 9 . Aug. 26, Etc. 2p. m.
I Write or Wire Row for Berths. ■ Send for Folder.
■ OCEA.MC STEAHIHIP CO,
I 673 Market St. Phnnr Gutter ,R4S ,
AUSTRALIA
AND NEW ZEALAND
*- v Sydaey.-vla Tahiti and Wellington
S. S. AORANGI (0.000, tons) sails 11 a.m., July 23
SV S.Vi'AHITI <12.000 'Mil-' tail* 11 a.m., Aug. 88
S.~:S.iMOAX.V-'» 10.000 tons) ssils II a.m.. Sep. 17 ;
■;->•«uxiov S. S. Cβ. OK \. Z.. l>td.
'. KIND. ROLPH & CO.. General Agents.
Tel. i Deny. 3100.' ;• • Ticket office." 679 Market st.
HONOLULU jg
SOW ,i':ll;ilTS. 13,000 - .tons. - ; l.raTe pio r > Oi [\S.
Round tii[', j<llo and up. -Direct scrrica»to■ th«*
vol<-ano. ",- "■ .-:■-' :-- ; '"-" '■'•■'-' '■'-■ ■<- '.-'•-: '<. ■■•■ : - ':■'- "
N.WIGATIOX COMPAQ IT
SOS Market Street ' 4
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