The San Francisco Call from San Francisco, California on March 26, 1911 · Page 51
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HARVARD PROVES METTLE IN GALE Fast Coaster Makes Run From San Pedro in 20 / 2 Hours s Against 50 Mile Wind ' EFORE the Harvard and Yale came to iliis coast It was sajii that the f=st .tjrblne liners could not run in the heavy weather that occasionally develops on tho coast. The Harvard, which i arrived yesterday from San Pedro, proved the critics wrong and established for?itself the right to be con«i<iorr-d an able "seaboat by coming up from San Pedro in 20% hours in the „-.-.-: teeth of a 50-mile- To avoid damage by the head seas the Harvard was slowed down, hut even at reduced speed made the run in time that would have broken all records in the days before the Yale and Harvard came to this coast. . The Harvard brought 195 passengers and 05 tons Of express freight and sailed again for the south about 5 p. m. with more than 200 passengers and a big cargo. I kinh Dnmiigrd nn «be Rocks The trig ferry steamer Ukiah went ashore on the rocks of Angel island Iriday morning and sustained -image to one of Its wheels, its keel and hull to the extent of about $6,000. The LkfHh was drydocked yesterday and will be In service again about tlie middle of the week. The Ukiah is being used by the Northwestern Pacific railroad as a freight boat to. carry cars between Dombard street md Tfburon. The big boat had been working all night and was deadheading its way to Tiburon through the early morning fog when the accident occurred.- The vessel was floated with little ■ difficulty. Its place on the freight run has been taken by the old steamer Lagunitas. lliionian Here From Islands The Matson liner Hilonian arrived yesterday from Kahulul with five passengers and a large cargo, which included 56.000 bags of sugar. The passengers included: Mrs. R. P. Schumacher. Miss C. E Wheelfr and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hot- i gard. Honolulan Sails for Honolulu The Matson liner Honolulan, Captain F. J. Bennett, sailed yesterday for Honolulu with about 3.000 tons of freight and the following passengers: E. W.Adams Julius Eutgen W. C. Aston Mm. Mil a G, Isrsbsll • Charles D. Browser Miss M. Phlnney Mr. and Mrs. C. I). J. ii Parker ' Bunker Madame E. - -bell 3. Broderick E. Schelt Mlaa Hilda foale C. W. Schnath Miss Dollle Groom Mr. ani Mrs. J. .D. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. El- i*!blev ston. three children E. 3. Sidney Mi?s r. Hall Mrs. Anna M. Tucker Mrs. Emma Holdrllge R. Carwltben A. M. Hyde » W. T.-Rolsom Mra. S. N. Langhlln W. !' Hook I. V. Leraaitre Wi'llam Hill Governor Carries Many Passengers The Pacific Coast steamship company's Governor, which sailed yesterday for Seattle, carried about 400 passengers. Among the steerage passengers was the crew of the British sealing schooner Umbria, which was Tun dowa .and sunk by the navy collier Saturn. The British consul at this port arranged for their transportation back to British Columbia. , : . The Governor's passengers included: F. E. Murray and wife - N. B. Dickinson and I!. B. Hanson ' wife \V. B. Moore A. T. Carpenter and ft"' .1. Gray wife C. R. Cray A. K. GUyroen and .wife H. Neuson and family U. K. Marten P. A.' Illbhard C. King. 0. F. Johnson ■ T. G. Earl Mr*.' H. E. fiillen Mrs. I. Miller Mis* C. M. Boots Miss '. Held . R. F.. O'Connor and J. S. Finch -• * wife TV*. Casev Mrs. Sullivan B. Greier Miss A. Patterson Miss E. E. Rn-helder J. Stroll Miss N. West A, F. Booth and wife Mrs. Patterson L. S. Allstreer, wife S. fi. Bachelder and child ",. A. W. Lucas . R. Mehagau Bertha McFarland J. Byrne . Mrs. N. Rieker E. Moller Miss II." Wilson \R. A. Merry Mrs. Miller 11. T. Fenson and wife Mrs. I. Rhine r. Kelly Mlsa C. Jones R. Mcnzlo Mrs. Haaranaon R. S. Bryan J. King and wife Mater Front Notes Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea amounted to 1.550,000 feet. The codfishers City of Papeete and W. •H. Dlmond cleared yesterday for the north. The Alaska Pacific -steamship company's M. F. Plant sailed yesterday for Seattle with a full cargo and about 30 passengers. The schooner Honoipu, Captain Langfeidt. arrived yesterday, IS days from Hana with 16,200 bags of sugar. Change of Masters Steamer Capital "-•—Andrew Carlson, old master; G. I.'. Goodell, new master. Steamer Beporter—Refer Salveaen. old master; O. S. Christensen, new master. Enrolled Barker.tine City of Papeete—X. B. ■Teen, master. Schooner W. H. Dlmond—Herman Dahllof, master. ; */■:■. Registered Steamer Jim Butler— V. Olson, By I'nited Wireless Saturday, March IS. STEAMER ROSE CITY—From Portland for. San Franclaeo: .March, '.25, : 4 a. m.. latitude 42 north. longitude 184 west; temperature 46; barometer .10.40; clear; wind rthwest, velocity 14 mllea an hour. STEAMER J. A. CHANSLOR - From Astoria for San Francisco: March 24. 8 p. m., 41 miles ■ from San Francisco; strong'northwest wind; heavy sea. -*^BMM__MIMH4SHaWS-' r STEAMER W. 8. PORTER—Hence March 24 for Astoria; March 24. 8 p. ra., 65 miles north of lightship; strong- northwest wind: heavy sea. STEAMER ROBECRANS—Hence March 23 for -Astoria: March 24. 8 p. m.. 20 miles south of (.'ape Blanco; clear; northwest breeic; heavy •well. mwlKiJKftWmp'".- ■' STEAMER ROSE CITY—From Astoria for* Ran Francisco: March 24. 4 p. m.. off Yaqulna head: overcast: wind west, with large swell; barometer 30.30; temperature 60. STEAMER BUCKMAN- Hence .March 22 for Seattle; passed in at Tatoosh March 24, 10:40 . l>. to. iii,"t*pniwnH_ffcM|H|^^ STEAMER HARVARD—From San Pedro for San Francisco: March 25, 7:07 a. m., passed Point Sur; strong nortbwest wind: heavy sea; will arrive between 1 and 2 o'clock. 2|gßbgggH3ES BTEAMER GOVERNOR—March 25. 6 p. m.. 20 miles north of Point Reyes; weather clear; northwest wind; sea rough; barometer, 29.00; temperuture 51; 7:30 p. m.. • 40•. mil' nortb ' "f Point Reyes: wind steady, velocity 30 mile* an hour. .JHHHJMBBMNpHBIHIHHH BTEAMER COL. E. L. DRAKE March 23. 8 p. m.. S6 miles north of Point Reyes; fresh northwest wind; rough sea. NEWS OF [Hi; OCE.V.V Tonnage Engagements The », hoonere Aloha. Eldorado and Expansion are. under charter for lumber to Valparaiso. The Aloha load* at Port Townsend 'at 48s,t»d,'and tbe Eldorado, which Is paid the same rate.will load at Willapi harbor. Columbia river, or Puget sound. Tbe Expansion has the option of loading cii the sound or Columbia river or 'at'; Grays • Harbor. '-/-.- >■ .- - .- Tbe German ship P.. C. Rlckmers : will1-sail from here to Newcastle. Australia, in ballast. ,OH Tankers Clear -The Briti tank, steamer Winnebago was cleared for Kuchlnotsii, Japan,> for. orders, yeaterday wltb-1.050.a00 gallons of refined ( petroleum., valued at $«f1.300. , The tank ■ steamer Santa Rita wa* cleared for Honolulu via Port San. Lulu yesterday: The steam' goes to the southern port to load 45.000 barrels of crude oil. valued at 127.000. and 800 drums and 200 rs gasoline valued at $0.000. y K.portsi by the ivport ' Tlie steamer Nesrport sailed 'for'Ancon and way ports on Friday with cargo.valued at $81.- Tu<~, to be distributed as follows: Kor7 Mexico." $17.C25; Central; America, $37,377:' New. York. Movements of Vessels in All Parts of the World *C.ISO; Chile. $375. The principal exports and I their destinations were as follows: To Mexico 357 bbla Hour. 920 gals wine. 27 cs salmon. 1.100 lbs spices. 1.812 lbs and 20 bxs raisins, 4,020 lbs and 4 bxs dried frnlt. 50 pkgs rash fruits, 55 bales hay. 520 lbs lard. 0-10 lbs codfish, 84 pkgs potatoes, 140 cs canned goods, 104,000 ft lumber. 1.1102 bdls shocks, 41 cs oils. ft rolls leather, 20 pkgs machinery. To Central America—s.74B bbla flour., 2,647 ctls corn, 0,830 lbs malt, 53.400 lb* rice. 644 lbs codfish. 247 CS canned goods, 1.108 lbs dried fruit. 1.597 lbs and 30 cs raisins, 63 cs salmon, 1.400 gals and 20 ca wine. ISS cs whisky, 100 pkgs potatoes, 2.068 lbs spices. 2,000 lbs sugar. 72.387 lbs tallow, 8 cs boots and shoes, 139 vms fertiliser. 88 cs and IS bbla oils, 8 ca shoes, 1.100 cs kerosene. ■ '*4@3KMiß^£eJ_WNßS| To New York—2.o2o cs canned goods. To Chile—23 bbls flour, 100 pkgs potatoes, 10 pkgs onions., Notice to Mariners Branch Hydrographlc Office. San Francisco, Cal. Captain 3. E. Guptill of the steamer Delhi reports to the branch hydrographlc offlce at Port Townsend. Wash., that on March 14, 1011, the black buoy on Morris reef, entrance to Peril straits, and the Rose island buoy. Peril straits, were missing. J. C. BURNETT. lieutenant, U. S. It., in charge. PIER DIRECTORY .. NORTH OF MARKET STREET J SOUTH OF MARKET STREET MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERSI TO SAIL TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE I Son, Moon and Tide 1 j united States coast and geodetic aurvey—Time and heights of tides at Fort Point For city 1 front (Mission street wharf) add 25 minutes. SUNDAY. MARCH 26 U. *>. Branch Hydrographlc Office A branch of the United States hydrographlc office. located in the Merchants' Exchange, is maintained in San Francisco for the benefit' of mariners, without regard to nationality and free of expense. Navigators are cordially invited to visit the office, where complete sets of charts and sailing directions of the world are kept at hand for comparison and reference and the latest information can. always be obtained regarding lights, dangers to navigation and matters of interest to ocean commerce.' ■ (Vwariii riwiiairtMtaLg ,T. C. BURNETT, Lieutenant, U. S.N., in charge. HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE OFFICER ON FREIGHTER ENDS HIS OWN LIFE Bullet Fired Through Brain on the Nevadan " SAN DIEGO, March 25!— Bringing news of the suicide at Salina; Cruz of Second Officer Samuel 11. Maloney,;the j American-Hawaiian freighter Nevadan, , Captain Anderson, arrived in |port? yesterday. Maloney entered his stateroom and 7 fireds a 'bullet through , his -brain. The ; body was: not.discovered until- an I hour.;later. * No reason;for his act was THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL?: SUNDAY, MARCH .26, 1911: known by the officers of the Nevadan. His home was at Thomaston, Me., and he Joined the ship at San Francisco. ♦ - ——— I Weather Report 7 1 ♦- ——.—„ . : ♦ I'nited States Department of Agriculture— Weather Bureau. San Francisco. March 25. RAINFALL, DATA * PACIFIC COAST STATIONS * In the following tables the maximum and minimum temperatures and rainfall are given: EASTERN STATIONS SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS The storm central in northern Montana this morning has moved southeastward and is now central over Nebraska. It has caused cloudy weather over the northern portion of the Pacific coast. Rocky mountain region and eastward to the Allegheney mountains, with rain or snow from the Rocky mountains to the Mississippi »nd over the northwest. An area of high pressure overlie* the Pacific coast, causing fair weather over California and Nevada. Another high area covers the Atlantic coast, causing fair weather In that section. The temperature has fallen over the Rocky mountain region and risen east of the Mississippi river. Conditions are favorable for fair weather In this district Sunday. -..-...■'. ' FORECAST* Forecast made at San Francisco for the 30 hours ending at midnight. March 2«: San Francisco and vicinity—Fair Sunday; light north wind. ' rv . Sacramento valley— Sunday; light north wind. • Santa Clara valley Fair Sunday: light north wind. r - < • San Joaquin valley Fair Sunday; light north wind. California, south of, the Tchachapl— Fair Sun day; light west wind. G. 11. WILLSON, Local Forecaster. DAILY RIVER BULLETIN SACRAMENTO. March Observations taken at 7 a. m.. Pacific.time. , SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST Items of Interest to Mariners of the Pacific [Special Dispatch to The Call] EUREKA, March 23.—The steamer Alliance arrived from Portland, via Astoria and Coos bay, "this morning at 8:20 O'clock, with freight .•ml passengers. It departed on the return trip north this afternoon at 5:20 o'clock. The steamer City of Topeka arrived from San Francisco this afternoon at 3:50 o'clock after a rather unpleasant trip up the cost. It will depart on the return trip to San Francisco tomir- j row afternoon at 5 o'clock,r^<jjanQpg£^figfe^agtgfi The steamer. Acme, loaded with redwood lum-: ber and shingles obtained at Areata wharf, de- j parted for San Francisco this afternoon at 5:25: o'clock. •" •-"..■.•-*■-'. y ■ . Engineer Morton 1.. Tower and party arrived from San • Francisco this : afternoon - on - the steamer City of Topeka and will immediately commence surrey work on Humboldt bar preparatory to comrflencement of the reconstruction of jetties. ■ No contract for the delivery of , rock has as yet been let. Actual construction work will ■ commence •. as soon as practicable after May 15. At the new Federal building Monday Engineer Tower will open bids i for a power launch In which surveys about the. bay. v ill be made. Present Indications . would make' It appear. that the principal "work this summer; will be preparations for i actual Jetty: building operations."* With the receipt of word lry W. F. Clyborne, agent for the McCormick * shipping interests in this . city, that all stock 11n the . new ressel to be built here this year has been sold 'It, la'assured that. work on ' the ' vessel will be : commenced Immediately at the Bendlxson shipyards. The steamer will have registered dimensions as follows: y length ': 195 feet, beam *40 ; feet and depth of sold 16 feet. ' v It will have a earning capacity of about .000.000 feet of lumber "and will hare accommodations for 4,' first class and 13 second class passengers.y. ASTORIA. March '25.—The tank steamer Maverick arrived this morning from California with a cargo of crude oil. The American : ship 'St.;, Francis, <.which has finished taking on a part cargo of oil.* is loading about 400.000 feet of lumber from. the Astoria box company." The lumber is for > the erection of the Alaska fishermen's packing company's proposed new cannery at Koggiung river. .The schooner King Cyrus arrived this morning from San Francisco and will load lumber. -The • revenue cutter Manning, which has • been in Portland undergoing repairs for several weeks. Is due to arrive down the. river . this i evening. . The steamer Sue H. Elmore arrived this afternoon from Tillamook : with: freight .and, passenger*. •.." - -.' '.* y •■•■•,. -,':"' .•;:--. - A three masted bark la reported outside: this afternoon and will probably be in this evening or: Sunday morning.: It is believed to he the French hark Marechsl de Content, with 'a cargo of coal. from Newcastle. TACOMA, March ? 25.—Steamer City of Puebla.; from ■ San ■ Francisco;; steamer Buckman, from San.Francisco, - - Sailed-Steamer 'Atlas, for San Francisco; schooner! Nokomls. ■ for •; San Pedro. SANr PEDRO. March ; 25.—The United States torpedo boat, destroyers y Paul •- Jones. • Trtixtus, Preble. Perry.' Lawrence. Goldshorongh. Rowan.' Fox and Davis, arriving last night " from San Diego, will remain at this port for three- weeks to engage in torpedo practice In the outer harbor. The .- steamer Northland completed the discharge of 525.000 feet of lumber for the Consolidated ■ lumber company • at - Wilmington - and cleared today for San Dlego with the remainder. Thence It will sail for Tacoma. via San Francisco, to t*loa&.-*aun*i!jfesßmW**mMm&Bmmw*mm4 > -The Pacific navigation company's steamer Tale arrived, this morning from San Francisco with freight and passengers and proceeded this afternoon for San Dlego. : <-.' . <y- The steamer Centralla finished discharging 500,000 feet of lumber for the San Pedro lumber company and cleared today for San Dlego with the remainder. It will touch here Sunday for passengers ami freight, north bound for Grays Harbor, via San Francisco. - Tie steamer Shasta finished discharging 000.---000 feet of lumber: for the E. K. Wood lumber company and cleared today for the Columbia river to load a return "cargo for the same company, y..,- „«.'- ■ Th" steamer Francis H. Leggett arrived this morning, out 50 hours from Eureka, with 1.400,---000 feet of lumber consigned to the National lumber company. ... " ' > The steamer Nome City finished the discharge of 580,000 feet of lumber at this port and cleared today for'.Redondo Beach with the remainder, thence for the Columbia river to reload,- with passengers and freight for Ran Francisco. The Pacific Coast * company's ■ steamer Santa Rosa proceeded today for j Ran Diego with passengers and freight. 4lt will touch here tomorrow, bound for San Francisco, via Redondo Beach., ■;"■ ■•• :■ -■ ■, ■; The steamer Ran Gabriel, after discharging 500.000 feet of lumber for the Kerekboff-Cuaner mill and lumber company, cleared today for Umpqua river direct to reload. The passenger and 7 freight steamer Bear cleared today for Portland, via San Francisco. Other departures included the, steamer Klamath, for Portland, with ■ passengers and freight for San Francisco; steamer Claremont. for San Dlego. with remainder of lumber cargo, thence for Willapa harbor to reload, and th* steamer Bandon. for Coos bay. via San Francisco. • The steamer Chehslts. arriving out four day* from Aberdeen, via San Francisco,. brought passenger* and TOO. feet of lumber for the Southern California lumber company. ■•■"•"*• The Schooner Salem has arrived." 16 days from Tacoma. with 1.700.000 feet of lumber consigned to the Blinn and Southern California lumber companies. The freight steamer Coos Bay was in and out today, from and to San Francisco and way porta with cargo for the Pacific Coast steamship company. ■„.'- • ' * *■ r .. - . ■ After discharging -a part cargo of lumber at Redondo Beach the steamer St. Helens arrived from Columbia river with RftO.ooo feet of lumber consigned to the Consolidated lumber company at Wilmington. .-.-,., The steamer Bowdotn, arriving thla afternoon 70 hours out from Eureka, will discharge 820.000 feet of lumber for the National lumber company and will clear Monday for Moss landing, carrying SSO.OOO feet additional cargo. PORTLAND, March Usually lumber has been transported from the Pacific coast to Japan and China by tramp steamers and the regular orients! liners, but Balfour. Guthrie & Co. will forward a cargo on a sailing vessel. . The company yesterday chartered the British ship David Evans to take a cargo of fir from Portland to Kobe. Japan. The square rigger Is at Kobe now. and It is announced that It will clear for the Willamette river ln a few days. The ship may bring a small cargo, probably a sufficient quantity to serve for ballast. It is expected to arrive about the middle of May. ■' _y;-- Until three months ago the David Evans was under American registry ami owned by the Pacific shipping company of Ran Francisco. It was sold to a European firm engaged In business at Kobe and put under the British flag. From now on It probably will be kept in the transpacific trade move or less regularly. ■ The David Evan* will return to near the scene of Its birth, for It was built at Marshfleld. Ore.. in IWI. It Is of 74 tons net register and will carry 900.000 f»et of lumber.* The ship is in command of Captain Evans.« Th» steamer Beaver arrived at Portland last evening, bringing a total of 494 passengers. It carried more than 2,000 tons of merchandise. Of the passengers on board 289 were steerage. It la claimed that in bringing 2.000 tons of merchandise the steamer Beaver broke th* record for this class of freight from California for a single voyage. - There are fewer vessels in the Portland yards than there have been since the wheat shipping season began in Dei ember. Th* Rygla shifted this morning from Albtna to the Oceanic dock, where It is leading 500 tons of wheat, which will complete., its cargo of wheat, lumber and Hour. It will leave tomorrow on Its voyage to Japan ports and Hongkong. The Kumerlc was-shifted this morning from the Oceanic dock to the Montgomery dock. Army Transports The Ruford left Seattle March 4 for China. The Crook sailed March 21 for Honolulu. The Logan, outward bound, left Honolulu March ii The Sheridan sailed March 13 from Manila. The Sherman Is in port. . ' — The Thorn** la here under repair*. .'■'-" ■■ The Warren 1* at Manila. » SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED . . Saturday, March 25. ' 1:29 p. m.. *tmr Harvard. Jepsen. — hour* from San Diego, via San Pedro 21 hours: passengers and merchandise to Pacific navigation company. 3:30 p. m., schr Honotpu. T.angfeldt. 18 day* from nana; 1r>,200 bag* sugar to Williams, f>ltnond & C". -■•<-.„, 8:45 p." m.. schr C. A. Thayer. Ineman. 0 days from Gray* Harbor; 500,000 feet lumber to E. K. Wood lumber company. . ■ . - ■.■.•,•■■ 4:4.1 p. _„ atmr Daisy, Smith. GS hours from Willapa; 800,000 feet lumber to S. S..Freeman. 5:50 p. m.. tug Dauntless. Ty-hworth, 81 hours from Mukilteo; ballast to Ship Owners' and Merc-ant-.' tugboat company. ■■'.'■■ 5:45 p. in., stmr N'owbnrg. Norberg. 71 hours from Grays Harbor: 460,000 feet lumber to S. E. Slade lumber company. 3:50 p. a., stmr Yellowstone. Mam. 3 days from Grays Harbor: bound south, put in for fuel: up river direct. . 6:40 p. m.. atmr George Loomis, Smith. 2 days from Redondo Beach; oil to (Standard oil company; up river direct.. i ;■ 11 W'l'lij h>—V'HJi( 5:33 p. in., Br stmr Telena. Stratton. "7 days from Sings pore, via Nagasaki 21 days; 5,500 tons bensine to Standard oil company. , 8:15 a. in., stmr Mandalay. I.ofstrom, "0 hours from Crescent City; bound south, put in for fuel. 6:50 a. m.. atmr Roanoke. Poulsen, 50 hour* from Portland via Astoria: passenger* and merchandise to C. P. Doe & Co. 7 a. m., «tmr Brunswick. Hammer. 11 hours from Fort Bragg; 409,000 feet lumber to Union lumber company, v- - 8:20 *. m.. stmr illlonlan. Peterson. 7 days 13 hours 42 minutes from Port Allen; 55.960 hags raw sugar. 1.304 canned pineapple, »C 9 case* canned pineapple to Matson navigation company. $:;!.*> a. m.. stmr Yosemlte. Relners, 00 hours from Columbia river: bound south, put In to land passengers. ' "■ . 12:2."*. a. m..-atmr J. A. Chanslor, Holme*. 48 hours from Astoria; ballast to Associated transportation company; Port Costa direct. 1:25 p. _„ Italwftr stmr Etruria, Fasella, 2 days from San Pedro. ■ 1:43 p. m.. *tmr Tamalpal", Anderson, 93 hour* from Belllngbam; 560,000 feet lumber to E. K. Wood lumber company. CLEARED « <■■- fiatnrday; March 2.". Stmr Jennie, Salvesen. Cooks inlet; Alaska packers' • association. Stmr Santa Rita. Boyd, Honolulu and Kahulnl via Port San Luis; Union oil company. Stmr M. F. Plant, Griffith, Seattle; Alaska Pacific steamship company y Bktn - City of Papeete, Pettersea, eodfisbtng; Alaska codfish company. 1 Schr W. H. Dlmond, Dahloff, codflahlng; Alaska codfish company. . . ■'„".' . „ Br stmr Mlnerlc, Thompson, Enreka; A. S. Darrow. "••*■.',■"■':-. ■' _' ' >Br * stmr Winnebago, Sowden, Kucblnotzu; Standard oil" company. - - ;> ■ Stiur Hanalel. Hamm*, San Pedro; Independent steamship company. ,„..,_,.„ ■; Stmr Governor. . Cousins. Seattle; Pacific Coast steamship company. ■_ " . „* , , ■ ... -■ Stmr Honolulan. Bennett. Honolulu; Matson navigation company. . ' •'.'.-; ■■..<,'■ ■ Stmr Jim Butler, Olsen, Vancouver; Olson 4: ' Rtm/ Mackinaw. Mills. Ancon;. California and Atlantic steamship £omP»ny. __B_B - - SAIL.ED - Saturday. March 2.".. *•' 3:20 p. m.', Br stmr Mlnerlc, Thompson. Eure3**v» nm . atmr Arctic, Under.? Fort Bragg. 8-40 p. m.. Br stmr St. Ronald, Shine. Mazatlan 'and Ssllna Cm*. ,„ ,7 ' „ • 4:20 p. m.. 0. *. stmr Hopkins, Bowen. San s*p.' m.. stmr James S. Hlgglna. Ellaaen. Fort Bragg. "'"■.■■': ■'■' -'-:'":v '- •■■'■*■■- '"" -" ' "*■'•'■ 5:10 p. m., stmr Harvard, Jar-Men. Pan Pedro. 5:36 p. m., stmr Hanalel, Haaaraa. San Pedro. 5:30 p. m., .stmr;Helen P.. Drew, j Gundcrson, Greenwood. - -.-*> 5:30 p. m.. stmr North Fort, Nelson. Eureka. -* 6- p. ' m., . stmr; Honolnlan. Bennett.' Honolulu.: «• p. m., * atmr ' Gualala, M.irtensen, •. Dclmar landing. - -• - - - ■. -. ■-■ ■ 8:40 p« in., stmr Marshficld, Ahlln,/" Hardy creek.'-: -, ,: ■■", ;., -.- ■• ;-..;. ..-■ *: ■ ■ — P. m.. stmr Yellowstone. Maro. San Pedro. •- . .. 8:45 p. m., stmr Roanoke, Poulsen, San Pedro. 9 a. _„ stmr Cot. E. L. Drake, Badger, Seattle. . -9 a. m.. barge 91. Monroe,' Seattle; in tow stmr Col. E. I* Drake. _ 10:40 a. _„ stm.- Maadalay, • Lofstrom, San Pedro. . .... ...,-; ■:. =„-, ,- ',:-,'-. '.. .11 a. m., stmr Vanguard. Odland, Eureka. i 10:50 a. m.. stmr Santa Barbara, Zaddart. San Pedro. ■„ . -„-,•.. 8:13 a. m.. ship Star of Lapland, Thomsen, Ladystaltb and'Townsend. ■8:30 a. in., ship Star of I Russia, Sparr, Cook* inlet. ■'-.:■-■ 11:30 a. m., stmr Aurelia. Weber. Eureka. 2:20 p. ra,, • stmr Governor. Cousin*. Seattle.---2:25 p.m., atmr J. A. Chanslor, Holmes, Astoria. - - ■■• .....'..- - 2:10 p. m., stmr Yosemlte, Reiner, San Pedro. ' WEATHER REPORTS TATOOSH, March 25, 0 a. m.— Partly cloudy; wind W; velocity 20 miles an hour. t POINT REYES,> March 25, »; a. m.—Cloudy; wind NW; velocity 48 miles an hour. ,5"*W FARALLONES, March 25, »a, —Clear; wind NW; velocity 40 miles. an ■ boat. Ag_ iiafga."Brniw POINT LOBOS. March 25. 9 a.-m.—Haay; wind NW; velocity 10 mllea an hour. POINT U)BOS. March 25, 12 Haay; wind NW; velocity S mile* an hour. y 7 TELEGRAPHIC * POINT LOBOS, March 25. 10 p. m.—Weather hazy; wind NW: velocity 8 miles an hour. '■''■-•■■■'■.•■ DOMESTIC PORTS4«yfc_a_W_f GAVfOTA—Sailed - March 25, 9 a.* m.—Stmr Carmel, for San ■ Francisco. • - • -, WESTPORT—SaiIed March • 25—Stmr • Grays Harbor, „ for San Pedro; atmr Helene, for San Francisco. -•■.-• . : Barbound March 25—Stmr : Norwood, for - San Francisco. .."-■ - . : - .=••:• - --*' , --;" POINT REYES— Passed Marrh 25, 2:25 p. m.— Stmr, probably Yellowstone, from Grays Harbor for Ran Pedro. 'tJ'^iiMtE^iMs^ ■ *MjjßMJF*.< SEATTLE— March 23, 10 a. m.—Jap stmr Sado Mam, for Tacoma: Jap stmr Tacoma -Mam, for China and Japan.- March 24,* 9 p. m.-- Stmr Alameda, for Yaldex: 10 a.' m.. atmr President, for San Francisco; Br stmr M. S. Dollar, for Belllngharo. Arrived March' 25, 9 a. m. —Stmr Buckman, hence March 22; 10:30 a. m.. stmr Delhi, from Ketchikan; stmr Ramona, from Ketchikan; atmr Hornet, hence March 20. EVERETT—SaiIed March 23—Br atmr Purley, for Tacoma.- ' -. <. .*-,. . ■ ■„ . -.-.,.: .. ■ „ ■ CRESCENT ClTY—Sailed March Stmr Navarro, for San Francisco.*. March 25—Stmr Del Norte, for San Francisco. '.- •-.- TATOOSH—Outside bound ln March 25," 12 m. Four masted bark. - , :'-*&BBQpNn_p9_MF" Passed in March 25, 7:20 a..m.—Four masted schooner. i Passed out March? 23. 6'a." (Bj—-Steamer, probably Br stmr Moana, from Victoria for Brisbane; 8 a. _„ stmr Alameda, from Seattle for Valdez: 7 p. m.. »tmr President, '■ from Seattle for Sin Francisco. ... . Passed in March 25, 2 p. m.— ship Marlborough Hill, hence March 10 for Vancouver.* TOWNSRND— * March >. 25—Schr * Annie M. Campbell,' from San Pedro; schr H. D. Benriltsen, hence March 14; schr Albert Meyer, hence March 10; schr Salrator, hence March 8.« - Sailed March- 25—Schr William Bowden. for San Francisco. ■ Passed In March Schr Albert Meyer, hence March 10; schr Salrator,' hence March S for loading port. :■■-■•■ CORDOVA—Arrived March 25. , 1 a. m.—Stmr Northwestern, from Seward. IRONDALB—SaiIed March 25, 3 p. m.—Stmr Eureka, for . TACOMA—Arrived March 25—Br *tmr Purley, from Everett, Sailed March ; -.Tan stmr Tacoma Mam. for Seattle; 8 a. m., schr Nokomi*. for San Pedro. 7 Sailed March 25— Stmr „ Atlas, for -San Francisco. ■ ' ■ „■'■' ■' LUDLOW— March 25-Schr E. W. Bartlett, for San Francisco. :..---7 MAKSHFIBLD— Sailed March 25—Stmr Breakwafer, for Astoria. - v- BANDON— March 24—Stmr Fifleld. hence March 22. , • • Arrived March.Schr I.inie Prion, hence March 12. -.> ■ ■ . .vßarbound March 25—Stmr Phoenix, schr Ruby. schr Ida McKay. t, TRINIDAD HEAD—Passed March 25. 5 p. m.— SOW Wellesley, hence Mareii 23 for Astoria. » BELUNGHAM—SaiIed March 25, 7:30 a. _.— Schr Alert, for San Pedro. ; Arrived March 25.1. a. m.—Stmr Washtenaw, hence March 21. ASTORIA Arrived March 25. 9 a. m.—Schr King Cyrus, hence March 15; 8 a. in., atmr Maverick, hence March -22. . '.-.- .7. - Arrived March 23Russ bark: Ocean, from Salaverry; 5 p. m. ■-■■'-• • ; -■•.-. FARALLON ISLANDS—Passed March 25, 8:30 a. m.— Honoipu, from Hana for San Fran.Cisco. ■ VENTURA—SaiIed March 25, 3 a. m.—Stmr Whlttler," for San Francisco. ' . w Sailed March 25, 3 p. m.—Stmr Wasp, for San Francisco.';- •-■■,,--,.■-•'-' . SAN DlEGO—Sailed March 23—Stmr Nevadan. for San Francisco; schr Azalea, for Eureka. . SAN PEDRO—Arrived March 25—Stair St He] ens. from Redondo Beach; star Chehalis. hence March 23; stmr Coos Bay. bene* March 21: schr Salem, from Tacoma; stmr Yale, hence March 24; stmr Bowdoln, from Eureka; stmr Santa Rosa. hence March : 23. --^ • Sailed* March . 23—Stmr Yale, for San Dlego. stmr Bear, stmr Claremont, atmr Bandon, atmr wt«m«th. stmr " Shasta, ■ stmr Nome City, stmr Northland, ' stmr Coo* • Bay, • for San Francisco■ton saJta Hoaa, for San Diego; *tmr San <;«? briel, for Umpqua river. : EAST SAN PEDRO— March 23, 7am Stmr Francis H. Leggett. from Eureka. >"' EUREKA— • March 25, « a. ? m.—Stmr Alliance, from Portland via Coo* hay. - ~T Arrived March 25, 3 p. m.—Stmr City of Topeka. . hence March 24. Sailed March 25. ,'5 p. m.—Stmr Alliance for Portland: stmr Acme, for San Francisco; 8 p m stmr Santa Clara, for San Francisco.- "* • REDONDO BEACH— March 23—Br stmr Beckenham. from Tasmania. 51 ':' EASTERN PORTS ■ • CHARLESTON, &'. — Arrived March i 24—8 l stmr Knight Templar, from' Caleta Buena. ■ NEW YORK—Sailed March 23—Stmr Alllaoca. for Colon. '"' i i . , i 1.1.11 fi Willi IS Jduj] NEWPORT NEWS—Sailed ? March 24—Stmt Massachusetts, for San Francisco. - '"'''a__s**(S ">A* ,-. t --■.-,■- ISLAND PORTS, HONOLULU—SaiIed March 25. 10 a. m.—*stmi Luriine, ■ for San Francisco, March 24— stmi - Kiyo fain, for -Yokohama.' - ■ Arrived March 23—Bktn .Tames Johnson, front Newcastle. Aos.. for San Francisco. •'- -■« * FOREIGN PORTS GUAYAQUIL—SaiIed March 25—Ger stmi Sisak. for Sa-n Francisco. . .niiffci liSKiij miJbhiih SYDNEY—Arrived isupposedi ' March Ift—Bkti Everett O. Griggs.-from Delagoa bay. '7- YOKOHAMA—Arrtved March 23. 1 p.* m.— stmr Chiyo Mara, hence March 9 via Honolulu. . NEWCASTLE, ACS.—Arrived March 24—Shlj W. F. Babcock, from Cap* Town. Sailed March 23— Resolute, for San Fran- Cisco. -. • *^<mtmmmmmmtmmttsqmmlimmm*a HONGKONG—Arrived prior March 25—Ja« stmr Mexico Mara, from Pnget sound vial Toko ha ma; Br star Oaufa. from Puget sound vis' Y'ckcLama. ::':•. * ..-•■■ ....::-.MEMORANDA."..::. ON. . DW.. r*N. . 12 VICTORIA. . March 25.— Stmr Secheit. sailing' between this port* and Sooke. was reported by Indians to seem to have turned turtle off Beachy head: government steamer and toga have beet searching all night ' and are: returning ; now. reporting having seen nothing: passengers and crew numbered not to exceed 14 people. •ja*my*'viigmmxm . EUREKA. March . 24.—Table bluff . wirei steamer i previously . reported on flre apparently burned cot and people left in boats; very roug s on bar; dark and strong ebb tide; probably nothing will be dene before daylight.-- EUREKA. March 23.—Tng and life saving boa! have returned here, neither rinding any trace ol reported burning steamer; may have submerged fire and proceeded on way; hard to make much out of reports as given. - '- OCEAN ERSSKHHHI NAPLES—Arrived March 22—Stmr Alice, stna Lnislana, from New York. ST. NAZAlßE—Arrived March Stmr Sol. velg. from Portland, Ore. i HAMBURG—Arrived March 23— Stmr Osiris, from Saa Francisco/, y ...■*- „ - -. a. . . . u asuingion rier ii union 1 5 Jackson Pier 19 Union 2 7 Pacific Pier 21 Filbert 9..... Broadway 1'Pier 23 ....Greenwich 1 11 Broadway 2 Pier 25 Greenwich 2 13.. Vallejo Pier 27 Lombard 15. Green| Pier SI..... Powell ler 4 .Mission _ t'ler zb. .vain ler 6 Howard 1 Pier 24 Beale er 8 Howard 2 Pier 36. Fremont ler in. Howard 3 Pier 88 First ler 12 F ilaom 1 Pier 401 ler 14 ..Folsom .' Pier 42 VP. M. S. S. Co. let- i«. Harrlson|Pier 44 J ler 20 SteusrtjPier 54.. Fourth ier 24 Spearl TO ARRIVE I I Date I/* Angeles Ports [J. B. Stetson. .[Mar. 26 Grays Harbor [Santa Monica...|.Mar. 26 Tacoma tarda Mar. 28 Humboldt •'rnta Clara .. . Mar. 26 Portland & Astoria.... 'Rose City Mar. 26 Los Angeles Bear Mar. 26 Seattle direct President Mar. 26 Seattle _ Tacoma Watson Mar. 2« Mendocino & Pt. Arena[Sea Foam Mar. 26 Los Angelea [Klamath Mar. 27 Humboldt (City of Topeka. Mar. 27 San Diego & Wav Ports 'Santa Rosa ... Mar. 27 San Diego & Los Ing. Yale Mar. 27 Sal. Crux via S. Diego.lXevadan ..'.... Mar. 27 Grays Harbor (Norwood -Mar. 27 San Pedro & Way PortsJCoog Bay ..... Mar. 2S Los Angeles ..Harvard ! Mar. 29 I.os Angeles Mamie! Mar. SO Point Arena _ Albion.[Pcmo Mar. 30 Willapa' Harbor Carlos Mar. SO San Dlego & San Pedro. Roanoke [Mar. 30 Seattle & Tn corns,. .... Buckman ......Mar. 30 New York,via Ancon. .{Pern ,Mar. 80 Los Angeles Yale Mar. 31 New York via Ancon.. Pleiades Mar. Si Wellington & Tahiti.. Malta! Mar. 31 China & Japan ,Persia Mar. 31 Portland A Astoria.... Beaver Mar. 31 Los Angeles Rose City ....Mar. 31 Puget mill Ports..... City of Puebla Mar. 31 San Dlego & Way Ports President Msr. 31 San Diego A Los Ang.(Harvard Apr. 1 China & Japan [Hasel Dollar ..Apr. 1 Portland & Astoria G. W. Elder... Apr. 1 Mar. 20!J. B. Stetson. ('rays. HaTbrlll am .11 Mar. 26 Coronado prays Harhri 3 pm 21 Mar. 26lPomo [Point Arena. 6 pm 8 Mar. 27 Klamath Puget Sound' 4 pm 19 Mar. 27,Kedond0 Coos Bay .. 3 pro 19 Mar. 27 Tarda (Hamburg ..113 m 19 Mir. 27 Bear Portland ...12 m 40 Mar. 27'Presldent .....San Dlego...! 2 pm 9 Mar. 27 Norwood ILOS Angeles.) 2 pm,.... Mar. 27' Yale ILna Aneeles.[ 4 pml 7 Msr..2S!laqua 'Humboldt ..Dm 51 Mar. 2STaboe . .'Grays Htrbr 5 pm .... M«r„28*SanU Clara ..'Humboldt ..'10 am, 13 Mar. 2S[Rose City ILos Angeles.! 9 ami 40 Mar. 2SiQtieen iPuget Sound 2 pm 9 Mar. 29[Centralla ..... Grays Harbr .1 pm] 21 Mar. - Some City .. [Portland ... 8 pm 27 Mar. 29Ctt. of HumliOldt ..111 am 11 Mar. 29 This. Nelson ..'Puget Sound: 5 pm 38 Mar. 2fi:Harvard 'San Dlego...I 4 pm 7 Mar. 2fi Sea Foam [Point Arena. I 4 pmi 8 Mar. 29]Amerlca Maru..Hongkong .. 1 pm] 34 Mar. 29'Watson Puget Sound lpm 7 Mar. 29lXewbnrg Grays Harl.r 3 pm 21' Mar. 29!Am. Duperre...|IJverpool ...'12 m: 64 Mar. 29]Dalsy ....Willapa liar .. Mar. 30lCarlos Tys Angeles I 19 Mar. 30:Hllonlan i Honolulu ...IS m 1 38 Mar. 30'Santa Monica. .'('rays Harbr I 51 Mar. SOCoos Bay San Pedro... 4 pml 11 Mar. SOiSanta Hon ...Isan Diego...Ill ami 9 Mar. 81 Northland (Portland ...[ 5 pmj 19 Mar. r.lSanta Barbara. Giays Harbr! " pmj 21 Mar. 31 .Hanalel [Log Angeles.] 3 pm| 10 Mar. 31 Yale Man Diego. ,.| 4 pml 7 Mar. 31 Purley .." [Sydney 1 1 pml 54 Mar. 31 Pennsylvania .Ancon 12 m 42 Mar. 31 [Roanoke ...... [Portland ...10 am! 13 Apr. llHarvard .....;Lo«. Angeles. 1 4 pmf 7 Apr. 1 Xevadan ......ISalina Cruz.[10 am' 27 Apr. 3 St. Helens ...iAncon 12 m 30 Apr. 1 P.ose City .... Portland ... 12 m' 4». Apr. 1 President ! Puget Sound; 2 pm 1 fi Apr. 1'Buckman ..... ' Puget Sound 1 pm 7 Apr. I'li. W. Elder.San Diego...' 7 pm 13 Destination I Steamer . I Date Destination I Steamer : Date Skagway & Way Ports. State of Cal... I Mar. 26 Seldovla & Way Ports. Ad. Sampson .. Mar. 27 Skagway & Way Ports. I Humboldt Apr. 2 Mm rises n:i>4 | Sun : acts 6:281 Moon rises .....;;. 4:13 a. m. New moon ..:.. March 30. at 4:29 a. m. ITimel .Time! . 'Time JTimei Marl Ft 1 Ft Ft J Ft |L W -IH W^ L Wf H W. 20..I 2:301 3.3 8:181 4.8: 2:43 0.21 9:34 5.0 27..' 3:10 2.7 9:03 5.0 3:25 0.2 10:20 5.2 28.. I 8:1! , 2.2l 0:53 5.21 4:10 0.3 10:43 5.3 29.. I 4:30 1.5 10:40 ' 5.31 4:52 O.Clll:]n 5.5 30.. 5:18 0.9 11:30 ? 5.3 5:30 10 11:40 0.4 31.. 5:37 , 0.5 12:25 5.2 3:10 1.4 ......... H WI L W H W L W Apr! I . 1-, 0' 5-51 0:3S ft! 1:24 -.0 6:50 2.0 trance PLACE I Ft _ I Date 1 Remarks Grays Harl 18 j Willapa B| 28 I lOlCouth ch I marked Is now UOV- I noy. i, is^ss Colum. R.| 23 IJan. M == lalemRI "6 j ink B.I ,8 1 . Nov. SOIChannel 400 feet wide. Dec., - S'Cbnunel well , to north 1 following north spit. Jan. 3,Outside buoy C. 1-N. O. I gone. . II 13 ■| IS !_ Slusls_w_R]_ Cmpqna Rl :i 7 _ - ——- , — '■'.' ........*.■ IJan. 14|Channel well north of J I buoys and ranges. Cooa I. i. 301 ... .. fi lit- '1 I • i Kl I I. 1 it' li a n n e 1 1 northwest. To e.Rlvj ,3*_J 17)0 h a n n e I shifting to l ! northward. j •~*--,- E *s -|: fab. jG 1* north. | j 20* jJnn. 3llXo change ln 27* .'Jan. 81 IS Co i I to 'I, 23*! I, Depth I net. in cban- STATIONS • _•» f; "n '■» ! ?* '- c 8 of g°5 »** I"' 1 2 2- — : is _. 5 .- «... . «■ f» - , ■ ■ i'° ureka I ed Bluff : j acramento; ; [ount Tamalpais — an Frandsco....... | an Jose ........... 0.00 ; 0.00 ! 0.00 i 0.00 I 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 j 0.00 I 0.00 i 25.51 37.351 38.34 ! 22.41 20.66! 16.15 i 21.06 18.89 11.90 ; 22.97' 19.29 24 75 i 24.29 19.02 18.37 ' 22.74 10.18 13.69 10.24 7.99 10.54 5.48 7.84 . 4.75 j 83.00 17.38 19.63 16.08 13.48 11.41 : 11,22 ; 8.59 8.99 resno ............. jdependence ....... I an Luis Obispo..... os Angeles an Diego ' I i 5* = 3 STATIONS Z I & '■ I 5" D I; ! - STATIONS .,-'.: ff s _ ! . , ; . i: Boise . 14413010.01 Del Monte...]ft6i48|0.00 Eureka ..:'...|52'46|0.00 Flagstaff ... 56 26'0.00 Fresno 70 50 0.00 Helena .. .34 2*10.18 Honolulu ... 7S68(0.01 Independence 70 40JO.00 Kallspell ... 3210.16 I/is Angeles. 66 3210.OO Marshfield . . 54 ;.|0.00 Modena 58 28,0.00 M Tamalpais 61145 0.00 North Head. 4* 38l0.03 i Phoenix . |78 34 0.00 Pocateilo . , 38 $6 0.22 Pt Reyes Lt 52UslO.OO Portland ... |50|S8l0.01 ! Red Bluff. ..16815010.00 Reno 601*6 0.00 Botobwt .■■'•' 13010.04 Sacramento .16815210.00 Salt Lake... 44 M ft '". San Diego. .. 62 54 0.00 S Francisco. 64 48 0.00 S L Obispo.. 70 5010.00 SB Farallon. 152 5010.00 San Jose.....|68l42i0.00 Spokane ..*.. 48134 0.01 ' •Summit ... 41130 0.00 ; Tacoma 52J38 0.00 Tatoosli .... 48 40 0.00 Tonopah ....50136 0.00 Walla ...... 52 36 0.01 1 WInnemucca. 48134 0.00 'Yuma ■ 84150 0,00 •Snow on ground 167 Inches. .bilen* l.'l__oiTin# . ..|«61S4|O.00 Atlantic Cltj'38J»|0. 00 Louisville ...|70|34|O.O0 Joston |42|18|0.00 Memphis ...]66|50!0.02 tuffalo 146 2010.00 Montgomery..160 50]0.0« 'harleston .. 56 4010.00 Montreal ... 321 8 0.00 'hicago 164 34 0.00! Moorhead . .164124 0.00 ienrer . 164 36 0.02 New Orleans!66;60 1.20 les Moines.. 66 40 0.00 New York 8.1 JO 0.00 >odge City.. 70 40 0.00 North Platte. 70 3210.00 lulutb . .. 56 3*0.00 Oklahoma -.162 4610.02 lurango 54 S4!o.OO Pittsburg ...160128 0.00 :astport 30 810.00 Roswell ....[66144 0.04 ialveston ... 70 fio:o.2S:.St. I/vnU 701860.00 ireen Bay... 60J36 O.On s- Paul.....|«4j46iO i OO latteras ... 48 360.00, Tampa I6S «3iO700 lavre .. 46 38 0.00 Toledo ..'. ...|«2'24|0.00 lurun 70 30:0.00," Washington .48122 0.00 acksonvllle . 68 5(';0.OOttWlnnlpeg ...|52|S4'0.0O Cansss City. 66 44 0.00*1 STATIONS si 8-3. 1 Ji0- **_■ •"*■•» •J? ' • o '. Ml ; *• .i* . _. .1 . „ : • bj *5 IS • =* • 8 Sacramento Watershed I Kennett. Sacramento river..I Red Bluff. Sacramento river Monroevllle, Sacto. river... 1 Colusa. Sacramento river.... Knight* Landing, Sac. river Orovllle, Feather river..... ! Marysville. Yuba river ..... Folsom. American ri»er..... Sacramento, Sacto. river. .. . San Joaquin Watershed—' Pollasky. San Joaquin river. Firebaugh. San Joaquin river Merced Falls, Merced river. i Jacksonville, Tuolumne river Melones. Stanislaus river...J Jenny Lind. Calaveras river Electra, Mokelumne river... Lathrop. San Joaquin river. 25.0 I 23.0 22.1' 29.0 IS. 86.0 SO.O is'.'a j ft.2— —<>.<> 10.0* *0.1 7.2* »0.1 19.1* •or.a 15.ft» »0.3 7.8* *0.1 10.5* *" 1 S.0_ —0.2 22.4* *0.0 2.3 —0.1 0.9* ' *0.1 1.7— —0.0 0.0— —0.4 5.2* *0.2 1.2— —0.0 "2.6* *0.0 15.7 —0.2 ! 12^6 j • .... : 2""1 B ! ' 17 .ft •Indicates rising. — Indicate* falling. RIVER FORECAST There will be little change In the stage of the rivers during the next two or three days. N. R. TAYLOR, Local Forecaster. • ■ : ■ ■ ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL y FRENCH LINE j CIE. GLE. TRASSATLANTIQCE. , • H DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE—PARIS | Sailings Every Thursday? and Saturday. - .: 0 La Touralne..Mar. 23 / La Savoie. .. .Apr. 1 27 '* H Laßavoie....Mar. 30 *-""■ Lorraine. .May 4 M . v___i_> anr -.ii 5 L* Provence. .May 11 B| La Lorraine.. Apr. « f _ To , lr<l , . . M „ *J„ H La Provence..Apr. 13 La Bavote....May 25 H La Touralne..Apr. 20 :• (.a Lorraine. .June* '1. H I FUGAZI ? BROS.. Pacific : Coast? Managers, g MO Montgomery , street," San Francisco. Cabin § ■ office. 685" Market street. W PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL LOS ANGELES^ SAN DIEGO >fsf____ •SANTA BARBARA ? /^T_"^^_ : EUREKA f^9ma*\\ r\ SEATTLE y^VJ^jiJ TACOMA Victoria " >o_)L___V VANCOUVER >®s@>^ ALASKA MEXICO 7 Berth and Meals Included in Fare LEAVE FROM PIERS 9 AND 11 Lo* Angelea (Direct), Saa Dlego •Santa Barbara ..- President or Governor .Every Monday. 2 p.m. ; "Santa R05a........:.. Efery Thursday. 11 a- m. •Only ateamer calling at Santa Barbara. \ Seattle (Direct). Tacoma, Townaead Victoria. Vancouver, Alaska President or Governor. .Every Saturday. 2 p. m. City of Pnebla or Queen, erery Tuesday, 2 p. m. s Eureka (Humboldt Bay) 7. Topeka.. 29; Apr,73. 8, 13. 18, 23. It a. m. , Gnaymas, Mazatlan, La Paz, Eaaeaaia, San Jose del Cabo, Saa Pedro Curacao ............... ,7th of each month, noon Xome-st. Michael (Umatilla), June 1 Alaska Cruise* "1011 [Leave Seattle ' Spokane, June 14. 28; July 12. ' 26; Aug. 9, 9 p. m. Right reserved to change tbia schedule. TICKET OFFICES. Palace Hotel. 633 Market st.. . 16 Market *t. and Broadway Wharf. Telephone Kearny 492. OAKLAND—II2O Broadway. Tel. Oakland 5650. CD. DUNANN. General Passenger . Agent. ©AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY Tehuantepec Route Regular Fast Freight Service NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ' ISLAND* Billing from New York every six days, making direct connection with Paciflo steamers sailing from Sallna Cruz, Mex., every six days for San Francisco. PACIFIC.' COAST PORTS TO NEW TORK. Also to Mexican and all principal European ports under - through rates and through bills of lading. Sailings from San Francisco every 12 days. i Fc- raies 1 and further particular* apply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM,, General Agent*, 8 Bridge 'Street, New Tork. WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO. General Agent*. Pacific Coast 10 Sansome St.. San. Franclaeo EXPRESS SERVICE SEATTLE TACOMA SOUND " PORTS AND ALASKA STEEL STEAMSHIPS Watson Buckman M. F. Plant . Erery 'Wednesday and Saturday Low Bates— Service ALASKA=PACIFICS.S.CO. Ticket Office*» 64 Market St.: «4S Market St. 673 Market Street Howard St. Dock No. 3 R. J. RINGWOOD, General Freight and Passenger Agent , 316 Merchants' Exchange TOYO KISEN KAISHA , ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY S. S. America Maru.. .Wedneaday, March 29,1911 ! 8. S. Tenyo Maru ...Wedneaday, April 5, 1911 i 8. 8. Nippon Marti.;... Wedneaday, April 80, 1911 8. 8. Chiyo Maru ..... Wedneaday, : May 24, 1911 - Steamer* salt > from company* pier. - No ■34 near foot of Brannan at..-at 1 p. m.. for Yokohama : and Hongkong, .•ailing at Honolulu. Kobe (Hiogo) and Nagasaki and -Shanghai, and connecting at Hongkong .with steamer* for Manila India, etc. ■: No cargo received on board on day of ' sailing. Round trip tickets at reduced rates. ■ ■v. For freight and passage apply -at office, 4th ! floor, < Western' Metropolis : National Bank building, 623 Market st. . W. 11. AVEEY, . ■, . •■-. v >-„. Assistant General Manager.' j UNION S. S. CO. of N. Z. Ltd. .7 New Through Passenger and Freight Service ■ Without Change. SAN FRANCISCO TO WELLINGTON, N. Z VIA TAHITI- and UAROTONGA., ■■- --, • S. 8. MAITAI (8,895 tena)sails......... April 6 8. '8. MANUKA (4,504 toaa) sails ...;;.May 6 I Sailing* every 28 days; connection at Wellington aud Auckland , tor ■ New - Zealand porta and Australia, y awl 1 «tJ>WflHp^wgCW^*Mi4aK>' > OCEANIC S. S. CO.. Gen. Agfa., 100 Da»la at. Ticket office. 673 Market at,,- tel. Sutter (548. HftHnilllll ****•• S.T Sierra" (10.000 i tons dla-! nUIIULULU placement) i aalla 11 a.' m.. April S, : 1811 ?* ?'. Special round trip 10, - flrat class. : TAHITI AND" SEW, ZEALAND— 8. • Mariposa sails 11 a.'m.. April 13.' v <- ■, Special"! vahltl " round trip: 8133. first i class.' OCEANIC LINE. 673 Market; tel. Sutter 848.7 Uniinilllll 8- s- Honolulan (13,000 'tons) nllnlßilll Ml 1" 0000 i Msrfll 23, i 'or Hono'■U'l"l"U.LU?luln and Kahulnl.-.y ' .; . | ?•* S. S. ; Luriine (13,000 ton*) tails noon. April 8, ! for Honolulu and Kafaulul. I •S. 3. Wllhelmlna (10,300 tons) \ salts noon. ! April 12. for Honolulu and Hilo. Bound-trip to ! Honolulu, flrat class. $110 and up. ■ -. ,■' . I MATSON NAVIGATION CO., 26S Market it. , : RAILWAY TRAVEL ■■ ■■ '••*-"■ _"■ '-' '■ ■■• '■ ' ■ ■■■■■■■'...:.■■■■ '■' ■: .'■ ■.■■.:•:■: ■: - . y:;» ■■ - - ::;": .1 ..--»•, •--■ „' ■■* I.;'■*•■. ;ity Ey" l\ty**^_¥^f^'''"'_'T-IH^ I fif"*<*l H "B_^¥ Ay H i*l! Em —1 Hi Kg! S_ H a _^_l f_ If «■ _*"*! JI H■ B_ BAm [ , ' i fSM_¥_rt_________l__3lfcUjn__m!alß_if__ln'M '„ 7. ;,, lf . T — i y. TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM FEBRUARY 24, IS 11 7 » VIA OAKLAND PIER -yy Leave : (Foot of Market Street) Arrive 2.15* Niles, Tracy Lathrop, Stockton, Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove, Sacramento, Roseville, Auburn, Colfax.... lI.ISp 8.40* Hayward, Xiles, San Jose. ......:.... 7 JOS* 7.00* Richmond. Port CosU, Benicia, Suisun ] Dixon, Sacramento, Roscville,Marys- i 7.28p vffl*. Redding. Dunsmuir J 16 .38* 7.00* Elmira, Vacaville. Rum5ey.......... 7_*p 7.00* Davis, Woodland (Marysyffle,' Oro.; vllle), Williams, Maxwell, Willows. • Hamilton, Coming. Red Bluff ....;. 7.2»p 7.40* Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga,' Santa Ron, Marline! 6.08p ; /.40» voa, San Ramon, (^Livermore) — 8.48p 7.40* Niles, leasanton,»Livermore, Tracy, *' •■■'•< .' Lathrop, Stockton, Lodi, Sacramento. 7.28p 7.40 a Tracy, Los Banos. Kerman, Fresno— 4.08p B.ooa Newark (Centerville), San Jose, Lo* Qsfos, Wright. • Felton (Boulder Creek), SantoCru*.....: 8.48p v 8.20* Port Costa, Martinei, Byron, Tracy, v Stockton, Merced, Fresno. Goshea - I Junction (Hanford, Armona), Visalia, - Pmtervllle, Bakersfield *.48p B. 2** Yosemlte Valley via Merced....;...... 4.48p 9.00* Niles (San Jose), Livermore,<_tockton (•Milton) Valley Spring, lone, 5acrament0....................:....-.. 4.28p 9.00* Tuolumne, Sonora, Jamestown, Angels 4.08p 9.00* Atlantic Express—Sacramento, Truckee, Ogden, Salt I-atas Qty, Denver, Kansas Qty, Omaha, Chicago....... 8.28p 9.40* Rich—nod, - Fort Cost*, Martines Bay Point 6.08p 10.20* Vallejo, Mare Island, Nap* 11.28* 10.20* Los 1 Angeles Passenger—Port • Costa, i.Si. '.,- :-.* Marttaex/ Byron. Tracy, . Stockton, •Mereed, Fresno, (Hanford, Coaling*. .■ • i a* c * . •:• Visalia), Bakersfidd, Los Angeles.::... 7.48p lO4o* Saa Francisco ; Overland Limited — < '•'-*.- *"'} D-flver, Kansas 'City, '. St. Louis,*, * . -' v -.~ ■-. Omaha, Chicago.:'. :*. 7-.-..'.'".:."..,''- - ? 8.28p 11.20* Shasta Limited—Portland, Tacoma, ,' Seattle ..........:...."...'.... 9.18p 12.00n Richmond, Port Costa,' Benicia. Sui- - , - sun, Dmira,*Dixon,Sacramento..... 0.48* 12.0Cn Davis, Williams, Colusa June, Willows 2.48p 12-OOn Marysville, Caico. Red 81uff.......... 2.48p I.OOp Niles, Irvtnrtoa, San J05e.....:.;.... 2.48p 1.48* San - Leandro, Niles; Centerville, ( 9.08* Newark, San J05e...;.. ........ 7.48p 2.00* Newark. San Jose. Los Gatos, Wright, Fdton '"Boulder Creek), SanU Cnu... 9.58p 2.40* San Leandro, Niles. San Jos' ... 9.28* 3.00* OoldSeld Pas*—Truckee, Haien. Wa- , * bosk* (Yeringtoo, Mason), Mina, '■- ■ ) Tonopah. Goldfield, Laws, Keeler ... 7.48* 3.00p Benicia, lYi^'ers, Sacramento — « land, Knights Landing, Tudor, Yuba City, Mary5vi11e.................... 10.48* 3.20p Port Costa 'Stockton " Martinei; Byron. Modesto, Merced, Fresno 7 12.08p 3.46p Via Sausalito, West Napa, St. Helena, Ca1i5t0ga......;...... .:..... 10.35* 4.00p Vallejo, Napa Calistoga, Santa Rosa, Martinet, San Ramon. Livermore.... 9.28* 4.00* NUea (Centerville, Newark), Liver- f 10.28* more, Tracy, Stockton, Lodi V H.lBp 4.40» Saa Leandro, Hayward, Niles, Pleas-' anton, Livermore, Tracy, Newman, Kerman, Fre5n0.;.........;....... Il.lBp B.OOp v allejo, Port Costa. • Benicia Sacra. mento, Lincoln, Marysville,Oroville....l.2B* 6.00p Davis. Woodland, Yolo, Arbuekle, Williams, Colusa Junction, Willows... 10.3«p 5 OOp Russell, San Jose, Los Gat 05...:..-.:. 9.28 a R.2op San Leindro, Niles, San Jose :....... 7.48* 6.00p Owl Limited—Los Angeles B.oB* 8.40p Eastern Exprss—Ogden, Pueblo, Denver, Kansas Qty, St. Louis, Chicago, - Port Costa, Benicia, Sacramento. - Trockee;Reno, Sparks.; 8.28p 8.40* Havward, N'iles and San Jose 6.48p }7.00p Vallejo. Port Costa, Martinei, Bay . Point and Wav Stations...'.:..... JII.IBp 7.40p Richmond, Post Costa, - Martinez, Cornwall. Byron, Tracy, Stockton.... 12.48p 8.20p Oregon ExpressSacramento^ Roseville. Marvsville, Redding. Ashland,' Portland. Tacoma, battle, Spokane. 9.08* 9.00p China and Japan Put Mail-rOgden, .• ' Cheyenne. Denver,: Kansas " City, Omaha. Chicag0....:...............?,48p 9.00p Port Costa, Benicia, Sacramento, Colfax, Truckee, Reno 10.08* 9.40? Bakersfield. McKittrick, Monarch, Moron. Fe110w.... 8.28* 9.40p Richmond. Port Costa, Tracy, . . Modesto, Merced, Fresno, Hanfoid, ** Coalinga, Visalia, Tu1are........... 8.28* 9.40* Portland Express—Davis, Willows, Red Bluff, Weed, (Klamath Falls), Ashland, Roseburg, Portland, Tacoma '5eatt1e......".;...,,.;.;;.;:.;.;. 12.28P NETHERLANDS ROUTE— Pacific Street Wharf. • Collinsville. Emmaton, Rio Vista, Isleton, Ryde, Walnut Grove,' Vorden, Courtland, Clarksburg, Sacramento, Steamer Navajo, leaves San Francisco 8:00 a. m. daily I except Sunday, stopping at points shown; arriving Sac- I ramento 6:00 p.m. Leaves Sacramento 9:00 p.m. daily except Sunday (no stops en route), striving S*n Francisco 5:00 a.my<*jggp^gßMßsgjgpy . . - Steamer Modoc or Apaehs, leaves San Francisco I.CO , p.m. daily, except Sunday; arrive Saa Francisco 11.£0 p.m. . :. - • ■ -.. ■- :'■■■' ' ■"'■■■ OAKLAND HARBOR. FERRY—From San Frandtce, Miwion - Stmt i Wh«rf— +6.00 *. ra.: - +7.00; m.", then 8.00 a.m. and every hour, daily, to 8.00 p.m., in' clusive^ '■'*; -■r.-"'. \\;T • ______________ LOCAL FERRY TRAIN Vl* Alameda Pier. ; To Oakland and Alameda—+6.lo. +6.45 a.m., and then 10 and 45 minutes past the hour until 7.45 p.m.; then 8.30, 9.15. 10.00. 10.45, 11.30 p.m. »nd 12.15 a.m. , To Alameda and Frultvale via Harsesho* same as above. Union Transfer Co. . authorized to check Baggage direct from residence. y 7 7 - - -.7 * for Morning. ; *Daßy p for Afternoon, v "<* . + Sunday excepted. - i Sunday only. b Daily except. Sat. and Sgn. . § Sat, and Sun, only. Schedule Effective $_£=&} November 1, 1910 VfS^w/ I'.MOX FERRY DEPOT ?:>^JSILX :,, .'■ San Franclaeo . - ' Le«V« Via -aoaailto * ■ I Arrive 7:15 a Petaluina, «*"*-», Hoi*. Bealds-1 bur*. C'."ver.iale. Ufciab, wll-l ■ 1 " llta. • Sherwood. ■ •liucrnevllle, I | 'Monte Rio, 'Duncan Mills, j I fSebastopol .................... Sag P\ 8:13 * ••Sonoma. "Glen Ellen ..i......1(3:35 p | 8:15* Pt. : Reyes,{Camps Meeker, C-ua-f 7*^ .: * dero ...:..:.........*...;.....1(6:33 p ; 18:43 a Petaluma. Santa' Rosa. Healds- * ; *. 1 burp, Cloverdale. Guernevllle,! ■ j Monte Rio. Duncan Mills. <'..'. .1(7:83 p . 10:45 a Petaluma.:Santa R05a......'.:...J 4:35 p 12:45 plPt. ; Reyes, Camp Meeker ■ (leaves! from Caaader0).............. J17 :05 p 3:15 p Petaluma. Santa Roaa, - Healds' I burg,- Cloverdale, Uklah. Guer-I I nevllle, ' Monte - P. 10,. Duncan! . j 7 Mlll«.'»Sel_»topol.:...:.-..".. 111:05 a 4-45 p Sonoma. Glen Ellen ............ 0:35 a . nil* ppetalnma..Panf'Roa*. '..."..y.-.-j.t 8:33 a . _L_(jißiC BUB URBAN VIA SAUSALITO Sausalito, "Mill ?Valley, San Rafael—Daily every 30 minutes from 5 ( 6:45- a. m. until 8-43 a. in.; hourly until 2:43 p. in. (escept the 2:45 p.! undoes not run ito San * Rafael •on Sundays >. then^*:l3 p. m. and every 30 minutes until 6:43 p. m. then 7:43.* 9:45 p. m. »nd 12:0r a. m. r Fairfax—Leaves . (8:45. t":15. - 8:15. 8:45 9:45. 10:43. 11:48 a. m., 12:45, 1:43, 2:45, 8:15. I 8:45, 4:15.-4:45. 5:15.,8:45. 8:15. 8:45; 7:43 9:43 p. m.. (12:01 a. m. -<: , San ftuentin via San Rafael—B:43 a. m., (1:45 p.*. m.. (3:45 p. m. * -■■..:■ ■- - Tiburon - and - Belvedere via Sausalito—Week ! day*: «45. 7:45. 8:45, 19:30 a. m.. 12:43. 3:15 415. 5:15, 6:13 p.*m.. ||12:01 *. m.' Snndavs— 6:45.-7:45. 8:43, »9:30. 10:43.: 11:45 a. m.. 12:45 1:45. 3:15, 4:13, 5:15. 6:15 p. _.. 12:01 *. m. ' •Sundays arrive 7:33 p. ni. ••Sundays arrive 7:03 p. *... in. :(Except > Sundays. •',* (Sundaya only. I .^Saturdays, only. , {Tiburon direct. <|iTbur»day» | .only. --»'- '-'..-■ • ---'...y. '■•r.*„ . - :..-.*■-.-•.- Pacific transfer company's!agents are author- ! ized to check bassase direct from residence. . ■ VIA COAST LINE Leave (Third and Townsend Streets) ; Arm* +5.10 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colmn. **.'"■ ' Cemeteries. Baden, San Bruno ..:.. +6.35*.; 6.30* South San Francisco, San Jose Gilroy, (HoOister), Sargent. Pajaro, Witaon- - ville,Santa Crui.....".............. 7.50* 7.10* South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San ■'■•■.< Jose, Way 5tati0n5.......?..... 7.30* 7.10* Mayfield, Los Altos, Los Gat 05....... +7.20 B.oo* Shore Line Limited—Paso: Robies Hot Springs, .SanU Barbara,: Lo* Angel**...'.; ;......*. 9 .30* B.ooa El Paso, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans, Chicago and East ......... 9.300 8.05* The Coaster—San Jose, Pajaro (Wat. ' sonville,* Santa Cnu), Castroville, « (Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove), ? Salinas, Soledad, Paso Rcbies Hot Springs, San Luis Obispo, Surf, (Lompoc), Santa Barbara, Ventura, Oxnard, Los Angeles 11.45* B.lo* MavfieM. Los Alter. Los Gatos, Wright, Glen wood (Boulder Creek), Santa Crui, :': Watsonville, Caatroville, Del Monte, • 'ty Monterey, Pacific Grove . 9.00* 9.00* San Jose, Gilroy, Salinas, Paso Roblea ■ Hot Springs, San Luis Obispo— Tres Pinos — Watsonville, Santa Cruz. Dei Monte. Monterey. Pacific Grove....: 7.....;.... ;.... .* 4.00* 10.40* South San Francisco. Burlingame, San , ' 7 Mateo, Palo Alto, San Jose ......... +6.30* 10.40* Los .Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gttos.. { 1^; j jjj 1140* Valencia Street. Ocean View, Colma, Cemeteries, Baden. San Bruno 1.36* 11 .40* Bouth San Francisco. San Jose +8.20* 2.00p Del Monte Express—Ban Jose, Gilroy, yy Sargent (Watsonville), Santa Ctti), ..'■ .»... Dd Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove, (5a1ina5)......;......:../......... 12.38* 2.05? South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San • - - J05e.......:....;........... 8.45* -12.05* Los Altos, Monta Vista. Los Gatos. .. . +3.25p 3.00* South Sao Francisco. San Mateo, 6aa-y»*MM ■ < :■■ Jose, Gilroy, Tres Piaos. Salinas . 10.10* 3.00* Watsonville, Santa Crut, Castroville, • Del Monte. Monterey, Pacific Grov* 10.10* ' 3.15p Santa Clara r West San Jose, Los Gatos, Wright (Boulder Creek), Santa Cnu. 10.30* 4.00* Sunset Express — Tucson, - Demir.g, El Paso, Houston, 7 New Orleans, Chicag0................ 10.55* 4.00p Washington Sunset Route—Washing-.'■' --•■• ton, D.C. New York and East ..... 10.55* ! 4.00» Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago 10.55* 4.00p Paso Robies Hot Springs, San Luis, -, Obispo, Santa Barbara cad Lo* "Ange1e5....................;...... 10.55* 4.20* South San Francisco. San Jose ...... 19.00* +5.05p Burlingame, San Mateo, Palo Alto, .-an Jose and Wav Station*. 9.45* 1-5.20* Redwood, Palo Alto, San J05e........ I.lo* +5.20* Los Altos, Mont* Vista. Los Gatos.... +3.25* +5.25* Burlingame, San Mateo, San J05e..... 3.25* +5.30p Loop—Valencia Street, Ocean View, Cemeteries, South - San * Francisco,. 23d Street, 3d and Townsend........ +6.40* 8.40p Ssn "runo.San Mateo,Redwood,Falo J +7.25* Alto.. "ant*, Clara, San J05e......: I 7.38* J5.40p Los Altos, Los Gatos ... ... $9.45* i +6.00p Millbrae. nttt Mateo, Palo Alto, May-*»«8«_«j field, Los Altai. Los Gatos. ......*..; +B.oo* " +8.05p 23d Street. Visitation. South Saa 7 «• Francisco^ '.'.-Tend* Street 7 f7.l B* 6.30p South .an V- Cisco. Saa J05e........ 5.45* B.oo* The Lark—ltao Robies Hot Springs, Santa B-rbrra, Los Angeles ......... 9.30* 8.1 Op Los Angel : Paseenger-Gilroy, Salinas, _a_B_?** Paso Robies Hit Springs, San Luis Obispo, Santr." Barbara and Lo* Angeles .*....:... 8.30* ' 10.00* San Jose and Wry Stations 7.20* 11.45* Sonth San ' ran:isco. Palo Alto San f 7.45* J05e...... .....:.........XtlOM* LOCAL FERR' 'RAINS-Vla Oakland Pi*f. T» Cikl»nd. 18th St, erkelsyand tsrrym**—Daily— From 8.00 a. m.. 'd every twenty minutes until S?0 p. m., inclusive: then 9.00, 9.40, 10.20. 11.00.--11.40 p.m.. 12.20 r.nd 1.20 a, m. Additional boat* Saturdays and Sundays only 8.40 p. m., 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 aad 11.20 :«. m. - ',f . • To Oakland. 7th and Broadway,' Cast Oakland. Fruity*!* end Daily—From 6.00 a. Nt, and every tTeaty minutes until 8.20 p. m., inclusive, then 9.00, 9.40. 10.20. 11.00, 11.40 p. m.. 12.20 and 1.20 a. m. .»dditional boats Saturday and Sunday only, 8.40 p. m* 9 20, 10.00, 1 .40 * a 11.20 _. ■ - To Oakland First St., . : ruitvale, Alameda, via Horteshs* —Dally—From' +6.00, 6.20 a. to., and every twenty ; minutes until 8.20 a. m., indusive; then 9.00. 9.20, 1000,10.20,11.00,11.20 a. m.. 12m., 12.20.1.00.1.20, 2.00, 2.20, 3.00, 3.20, t3.40 p. m. and every twenty minutes until 7p. m., inclusive; then 7.40.8.20,9.00, ■ 9.40.10.20.11.00, and 11.40 p. m.. 12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional train to Oakland (First St). 2.15 a. m. To Stonshurit—Dafly Except Sunday-1f1.06. 7.00. 8.00, " 9.00 a. m.; 2.20. 3.00, 4.00, 5.00, 5.40 $. m.' Sunday only 9.00, 10.00 a. m. 1.00, 2.00, J.OO, 4.00, 5.00. 5.40 p. m. __M________s__£___! T* West B*rk*l«y-From *6 00 *. m.. +6.20.16.40, +7.00, ■- *7.20. +7.40. «8.00. +8.20. $8.40. +9.00. $9.20, *10.0« ,110.40, +11.00, $11.20, $11.40 a. m.. '12.00 N. $12.20. $12.40, »1.00. $1.20, $1.40, "2.00, 1230, 12.40. *3.00. . +3.20, +3.40, *4.00 p. m., and every twenty minutes until 7.00 p. m.' inclusive: then •8.00 p. in., *9.00, b9.40. $10.00,. b10.20, . *11.00, *11.40 p. m. : and •12.20 a. m. 7^BHBflßS_______t''' - Cortln—From ■ ♦fi.OCa. m.. +6.40, • +7.00. +7.20, 1 +7.40. +8.00. « +8.20. +9.00. *10.00. 510.40, Jll.OO, 111.20, 111.40 a. m.. *12.00 N. $12.20. $12.40. *1.00, $1.20. 11.40, »2.00, $250, 12.40. '3.00. $3.20. $8.40. •4.00. »4.20. '4.40, *5.00, "5.20, '5.40. *6.20, •8.00, §9.00 and §10.00 p. ra. * _9_S_____ To Vigorit. Steje. Richmond. Pullman—6.oo a. _„ 5.40 • p. m., 6.20 p. mj;g|i£HN_RMQttfi!BDßtiHH| ■ . ■ I . ..-::• MUIR WOODS /<&&**_ MT. TAMALPAIS^I VIA SAUSALITO FERRY j r UNION DEPOT, SOOT OF MARKET STREET 7 ; ' ::. ftocnri Trip from San Francisco, $1.90 v litis frawlw* ~* I ■■- li. M-f fwa | It. Tasinis _ Weekday sg*day Weekday! Sunday Weekday Saaday y ?:45*' 8:46 a C 7:20*: 11:50* 7:20*. 10:40* f:4sp 8:45* *i:4*J* 12:50* 1:40s 11:40* * 4:45p 10:45* » 2:40p - 1:50* 4:45* 1:40p ...... 11:45s y 4:50f «2'-§op * 9:00p 2:40p ....:. 1:45r ...... * Hop »....;. 3:40? ...... I■' 2:45il ...■'.|-4:4op| .■■:.,| 4:4Qp * Saturdays. (Mondays. ...-.% Mt. Tamalpais only. -, '•tiAM'" n*~. "> Sausalito Ferrf—TeL" Kearny 4SSO - I ■'Ticket Offices} 874 Market-Tel. Douglas 4407 I General Office— Valley. California. Tel. Mill Valley 81 I linn if Tuiiljiii" 164 "Marr in" «t always •»« In putt BAY AND IMKHt'RBAX : SOCTBS? M &Pft wliEf ROOTF 7"^^^r2^At Mare f*TMi^vy^r^ailej^BP«7sf.Belei»f'i y Boats leave 7:00, 0:45 a. m, 12:30. 3:20. 6:00.830 p. m. . Meal* a la Carte, » pock and office. North End Ferry Bnii<gg& f turn*: Kearny 406; Bona C 470%*' I '♦———— —— ;—:—; •< .'■:.:.- ■ . -"■■■'' : . '■ '7'y_r -." >*, I * EYERY;LITTLE BIT7HELPB'AHD i * EVERY LITTLE WANT AD HELPS! > «*■-_.. ' i'"n* —'B—B———B^——^B—«■—»_—_■

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