Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 01, 1914, Page 14, Image 14

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    THE MORXING OREGOyiAN. WEDNESDAY. JULY 1. 1914.
14
HEW RECORD HADE
IN YEAR'S EXPORTS
Gains Reported in Flour, Bar
ley, and Lumber and in
, Wheat Sent to California.
TOTAL VALUE $12,983,361
Greater Home Consumption and
Smaller Crop Account for De
crease In Wheat Sales Lumber
Movement Increase Big.
Of 13,360.366 bushels of wheat floated
from Portland for the cereal year end
ed yesterday. California purchased
6 666.873 bushels. This figure breaks
all records for the amount of grain
Portland has diverted to the sister
state. The year previous the move
ment aggregated 6.602,434 bushels, also
a record at that time.
Greater home consumption and a
smaller crop than in the 1912-13 sea
son are" held accountable for a de
crease in total shipments of 1,391.85a
bushels. ,
Portland floated 6,263.716 bushels
more wheat during the year than
moved from Puget Sound, that dis
trict having transported 7,096,650
bushels. The combined shipments from
both districts, flour Included that was
reduced to wheat measure, reached
38,073.715 bushels, as compared with
39,369,060 bushels the preceding year
Flour Export Show Increase.
In shipping 1.154,561 barrels of flour,
Portland exceeded the total exporta
tion for the 1912.-13 season by 193,300
barrels. Puget Sound reports a de
crease in flour shipments of 11.822 bar
rels the manufactured product dis
patched amounting to 2.760,261 barrels.
Summing up all exports financially
Portland is credited with shipping com
modities valued at $12,983,361. a gain
over the corresponding period of 398,
077. Some of the advance may be
credited to a large barley movement.
The total for the year was 2,948,401
bushels valued at Sl.872,829. In the
Merchants Exchange summary for the
1912,13 season barley exports were
1.764,591 bushels. mat was me iirst
material showing in barley.
Lumber Gain Immense.
In the lumber column the story of
Immense gains, told successively during
the past few years, is repeated with an
Increase for last year of 87,557,748 feet.
The aggregate shipped was 397,716,143
feet against 310,158,395 feet during the
1912.13 period.
Offshore shipments this time climbed
to 177,846.313 feet valued at $2,169,824
against 145,609,871 feet valued at $1,
712,047 for the corresponding period.
In the coastwise movement the 1913-14
eeason ended with a total of 219,869,830
feet as against 164,648,524 feet for the
previous year.
EGG IMPORTS TO INCREASE
No Shanghai Hen Fruit Comes In
June Following Heavy Shipments.
Predictions that the importation of
Chinese eggs during the 1914-15 period
will be far In excess of that for the
fiscal year ending yesterday are borne
out through the movement of a heavy
shipment of egg containers to Shang
hai from Portland, which was valued at
$7225, and It is naturally supposed that
more containers have gone from Puget
Kound and British Columbia territory.
When the new tariff schedule be
came effective October 3 the duty of
b cents a doien on Chinese eggs was
eliminated. Up to that time there had
been from 205 to 1200 dozen eggs re
ceived here each month, consigned, for
the most part, to Chinese merchants.
Immediately after the erasure of the toll,
arrangements were made to ship eggs
here for general commercial purposes,
so in December 1137 dozen arrived,
valued at $121, and in January 1125 doz
en, worth $110. came in, February im
ports growing to 6200 dozen at $816, and
those in March being the heaviest when
184.925 dozen came in valued at $26,388,
they being brought direct on the Royal
Mall steamer araiganauirts. u
60.625 cases arrived appraised at $4998,
and in May 1727 cases were entered at
$133, there having been no June entries.
FISHERMEN' NOT ACCUSED
Iteports of Disobedience Not Made
Basis of Complaints.
Though a few masters of vessels say
a recent Federal order against gill
netters using the channel at the en
trance to the Columbia is not being
obeyed by all small boat operators, a
specific complaint has not been made
at the office of Colonel McKinstry,
Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.
Unless violators are apprehended in
the act by a Government vessel, it
- will be necessary for complainants to
establish the identity of the oc-
- . .. . - l,nr,t atthor indlvUluallv
or through the license number painted
thereon. . No. official patrol has been
established to enforce the regulation
as complaints have not been general.
FERNXEY LOADS GRAIN HERE
Fleet Augmented by Handy-Sized
Carrier at low Charter.
Kerr, Gifford & Company yesterday
fixed the British steamer Fernley, of
S471 tons, net register, at 30 shillings
new .mn Inadine. which is the bot
tom figure paid for steam tonnage this
season. The vessel arrived at moji
iTsi-nirirnTKr Jura 7 and will make
her way across the Pacific so as to be
here for August-September loading.
The Fernley will carry approximately
nr. nnn hnshels and probably will load
all ' wheat, though a barley option is
Included. Kerr, liinora wmpsm
in have the Dutch steamer Maria,
which is on the way from Osaka. She
will take on mostly old crop grain,
DIAMOND O IS NOW WORKING
Following General Overhauling
Steamer Is In Commission.
Coming off the ways at the Portland
Shipbuilding Company's yard yesteri
.day the, steamer Diamond O, flagship
of the O'Reilly fleet, looks like a new
towboat, having been overhauled gen
erally and repainted' from fantall to
forefoot.
aii .ttA fTnotln? nlnntN flvlnff thA
vannAv it thfl Dlftmnnd O fleet boast
green coats, but the flagship is white
with dark red trimmings. While the
Tiiamnnrf Ci waa on the wavs. steamers
of the Shaver fleet were called on to
assist in her wort
No Canalx Schedules Are Out.
Ollipfvia w -4 - " r -
Panama Canal work after having had
their expectations pitcnea to a 1115a ue-
.ith fhn rlv RiinoiiiicemeDt that
CEREAL EXPORTS FROM PORTLAND FOR 1913-14 SEASON.
Cleared, veasel. flag, rig, destination
juW
1 Arracan, Br. bit, Q., or F. ...
7 Lord Derby, Br. sa., Teneriff tB).
8 Saxonia, Ger., mm.. Hongkong ...
9 Ana, Nor.. s., London C). .. ....
10 Falls of Orchy, Br. ss., Manilla....
24 Harpague. Br. mm.. Hongkong......
SB Marco Polo, Nor. bit Dublin
Wheat
Bushels. Value.
80,891
92.540
40,667
86,696
86,548
1 27.802
. 86,063
46.201
-Flour
Bushels. Value.
ji,225 S4,900
78,000
83.9U2
20,525
27.550
82.003
110,200
7avai 128. 72T "bushels of barley, value $85,161.
JrS Also 122.556 bushel of barlery, value $.9,416.
C) 83,466 bushels of barley, value 60.566.
858.337 322,058 88.800 $277,102
A it ni mt.
7 lnveresk, Br. ok-, 3. or K
9 C. Ferd, Laelss, Ger. as.. Orient. ... .
13 Celtio King. Br. mm.. Avonmuth (D) .
at M ilver ton. Br. eh.. Q. or F. (B...
87.149
9,000
81,872
X 77.077
7,740
" 25.097
41,227 8164,908
Total for AMU 127.521 108,814 41,227 l4.v.
D) 98,510 bushels of barley, value 4S,000. -
oru 1 for August. 11)12. .8.-50 bushels of waeat and 53.000 barrels of flour.
23,332
202,800
184.505
18,687
45,253
858,113
238,289
I 19,600
168,324
110,285
15.188
86,655
298,234
201,000
'223,498 ' 185,604
Exports for August.
September
Vestalla, Br. as., Manilla..
13 Claverley, Br. as.. Limerick
15 wandsbek. Ger. bk.. Q- or F.
15 Jean, Fr. bk. Q. or F. F
20 Brlsgavla, Qer. as.. Manilla
22 Harlow, Br. as.. St. Vincent........
24 Earl of Elgin, Br. sa., Cork......
25 Den of Ruthven, Br. as., Taku Bar
28 Bellucla. Br. as., St. Vincent
Total for lvvZ1i,M(l,4,',,
F AiSO lZd,4V4 Duaaeia 91 u- "V' , L
- Exporta for September, 1912. 840 417 bushels of
flour and 119.SS4 buahels of barley.
October
1 Colls, Br. as.. Bt. Vincent (G...
7 Epsom, Br. as.. St. Vincent......
8 Bellorado, Br. aa.. St. Vincent...
9 Den of Crombie. Br. aa. Manila,.
JcKermam. uer. sa., ami."
7.877 (81.153
81.149 1124,479
"65.000 "260,000
wheat.
104,028 8418.681
86.175 barrels of
125.000
238,514
246,400
44.533
103,750
197.9-86
197.120
17 Border Knight. Br. aa. Dalny...
!g Thlelbek. Ger. bk.. Q. or F. ....
18 Harvestehude. Ger. ah., Q. or F..
21 Hudson Maru. Jap. aa., Kobe....
22 Monadnock. Br. as.. Hongkong..
70,021
166.S72
136,360
166,672
100.000
. 56.707
135,250
110.450
134.171
84.000
1,250
40,762
31.500
3.422
4,250
X 5.000
163.040
113.400
12.832
17.000
. nn, ... fuaa fil 1S1 X311.272
Tota; for October ' '
kT'?o?SclVT l&S&'ZSXJ Meat. 57.0SO barrel, of flour
-and 2e4,0OO bushels ot barley.
IV.
s Kr.hurhk- Oer. bk.. Q.
7 Blrkdale. Br. bk., Q. or F
7 Senju Maru. Jap. ss.. Japan..
12 Westgate. Br. ah. Ipswich H. . . .
13 C. Ferd Laeisz, Ger. sa.. Orient....
15 Den of Glamls. Br. aa.. Orient.....
20 Erneat Legouve, Fr. bk.. . .or F..
23 Galgate. Br. bk., Q. or F. I
20 Messina, Br. ss.. Japan
28 Harpallon. Br. as.. St. Vincent J.
148.543
87.667
128.422
28,204
16,666
23.332
111.824
80.590
130.333
113.011
8117,700
72.826
102,660
19,025
15.180
19,860
93.932
25,070
108.180
96.060
23.750 8 85,500
29,023
21.783
116.094
87.158
Tntnl for November
,it ai.i 1(12 SSI bushels of barley, value. $68,800.
HI Also H'7.210 buahela of barley.value. 8J.41U.
808,605 $669,493 75,561 $288,747
. . 1 1 wniau va na K I rill NaU.
(j) Also "' i -rii" i, r.'-H-iVoV .h-at. o.75 barrels ot floor
ana oa,uw ua ...i.
December
4 Orotava, Ger. bk. Q. or F
0 Segura, Br. sh.. Q. or F. (K)...-.-
11 Azumusan Maru. Jap. ss., Kone...
12 Werner Vinnen, Ger. bk.. Q. or F. .
IS Thistlebauk, Br. bk., Q. or F.. . ...
18 Hlnemoa, Br. bk.. Q. or T
19 Andalusia, Ger. as., Manila..
22 Philadelphia. Br. sh., Q. or F. ... .
23 Buenaventura, Br. sa., Dunkirk (LJ
27 Kassai. Belg. ah.. Limerick
29 Cralghall, Br. as., Hongkong
80 Inverurie, Br. bk.. Q. or 1
SO Clyde, Nor. sh., O, or F
1S3.443
. 19,450
V 00,002
187,388
137,332
130,176
7!S9 '
63.260
133.065
! "'sKntis
91.719
154.092
15.948
74.701
159,280
113.106
108,050
"84',27i
53.130
113.105
7l"877
77.961
33.753 $120,809
26,503 107.318
63.929 230.144
124.190 $.;8.271
.,i n.mlr 1,219.:!92 $1,030,521
(K) Also 103.82S bushels of barley, value f'.O
(Li Also 112.30O bushela of barley, value i 2,770.
Exporta for December. 1912. 1.572.068 buaheU of wheat. 9000 barrel, of flour
and 248.766 buahela of barley.
January
5 Crocodile. Br. bk., Q. or F...
7 Aagerd, Nor. ah. Ipawich M)
9 Langdale. Br. sh. Q. or W... .......
18 Tenpaison Maru, Jap. as., Kobe...
16 Bretagne. Fr. bk. Ipawich (N)
17 Slthonia. Ger. sa. Manila
20 Den of Airlle. Br. sa.. Hong Kong.
20 Bankoku Maru. Jap. as.. Moji
24 Ellbek. Ger. bk.. Q. or F......
24 Karnak, Ger. as., London (O).....
29 Chile. Ger. ah. Q. or F.
141,561
29.954
116,314
166.690
18,715
284,401
142,010
$120,325
26,660
102.356
131.220
16,850
247.633
126,400
20,200 ( 72,220
46,678
29.385
186.705
117,580
Trttat for January -
M) Also 76.043 bushels or barley at ?;
Ist-Ai" 114.515 bushels of barley Jt $74 200.
(O) 223.580 bushels of barley at $144,877.
Exports for January. 1913, 1.525,768 bushels of wheat;
and 276,433 bushela of barley.
127.943 115.149 .Hill
1,024.588 S886.593 96.271 $376,505
31.294 barrel, of flour
4 La Rochejaqueleln. Fr. bk. Ipswich (P) .
6 Le Pilier, Fr. bk. Q. or F..
12 Terpsichore. Ger. shp. Q. or
14 Tiverton, Am. as. Victoria, B. O.....
18 Noemt. Fr. bk. Grimsby (Q)..
20 Merionethshire. Br. ss. Orient...
26 Champlgny, Fr. bk. Ipswich tK)...- .
18,695
117,538
119.794
"iff. 718"
18.333
29.4U2
$ 16,825
105,785
107,814
iV.fUe"
15.750
26,540
510
$ 2,830
'si.lM
322,570 $289,560 8298 $38,482
Tntnl for February -
(P Also 115.725 bushels of barley at $72,212.
(Q)Also 114,810 bushels of barley at $".642.
r)A1so 146.913 bushels of barley at $01,190.
Exports for February. 1913. 615,077 bushels of wheat; 52,375 barrel, of flour
and 104.706 bushels of barley.
7 Belgravia, Ger. ss., Hongkong........
H Tiverton, Am. as., Vancouver. B C .
26 Tiverton, Am. ss., Victoria, a.
25 Tricolor, Nor. ss., Balboa
40.106
73
65
$160,424
3,466
1.350
300
Total for March
Exnorts for March, 1913, 550.230 bushels
and 102,541 bushels of barley.
lCardiganshire, Br. ss.. Hongkong (S).
Crown of Toledo, Br. ss., Glasgow 11).
4 Tiverton, Am. ss., Vancouver, B. C
11 Santa Cruz. Am. ss.. Valparaiso
11 Crown of Galicla. Br. ss.. Dublin
18 Barmbek, uer. on, ipswicn .w
22 Qulnault. Am. S. S., Vancouver,
of wheat, 50,253
41,209
barrels
112,000 $105,450
B.C.
72.S90
28,196
8.333
69,245
26, 224
7,700
15,533
1,143
215
6.750
$165,540
of flour
62,132
4,088
985
24,800
Totals for April . .
221,419 $208,619 23,641 $ 91.505
c) Also 67.200 bushels of barley at
(T) Also 11.600 bushels of barley at
tt) Also 120.252 bushels of barle
for April. 1913. 2000
Exports
May
4 Brbrin.' Nor. bk.. Ipswich (V)
Colusa. Br. S. S., Valparaiso
8 Glenroy. Br. S. S.. London
10 na. Ger. sh.. Ipswich (A.)
10 r-uw.-n. Nor. 8. a..
21 Radnorshire, Br. S. S.,
$36,000.
$6,250.
barley at $72,151.
barrels of flour.
27.072 $ 24,865
(W)....
Valparaiso
orient tu-.
1,532 $ 5,900
18,721
"26,606
24.000 -
7,375
6,514
"27V825
22.057
! Totals for May
tV) Also 118.025 bushels of barley at $70,815.
w)46.666 bushels of barley at $29,070
. J'-Also 114,551 bushel,, ot bar taj at 68.73
72.459 $ 65,214 14,421 $ 65,782
S.731.
Exports for May, 1913277.831 bushels of wheat; 127,472 barrels of flour
and 30,333 bushels of barley.
6 vSfTt Ruthven. Br. S. S.. Hongkong(Z)
Hoerde, Ger. S. S.. Hongkong (1)
5.250
8,500
21,000
14.000
at $12,000.
ushels of wheat and 27,963 barrels of
at :
valued at
873.745.
$1,872,829.
Totals for June
t7.l Also 90.833 bushels of barley at $54,500.
(I) Also 23.3S5 bushels of barley
. for June. 1913 137.952 b'
flour.
1913-14.
n.,.i wh.nt exoorted 6.694,840 bushels, valued at $5,673,098.
flour exDorted 594,478 barrels, valued
Total barley exported 2.848,401 bushels,
1812-18.
wheat exported 8.137.177 bushels, valued at $6,920,370.
Hour expVrted 657.207 barrels, valued at $2 209 184
barley exported 1.6S6.667 bushels, valued at $1,243,540.
1911-12.
wheat exported 6.830,031 bushela. valued at $5,875 539.
flo" exerted 771.360 barrel,, valued at $3,074,083.
1910-11.
.,, .xnorted 7.352.341 bushels, valued at $6,289,610.
llour ex?orted-56S,827 barrels, valued at $2,256,028.
13UU-10.
8.750 $ 35.000
Total
Total
Total
Total
Total
Total
Total
n- ..1 .ht exported 5.746.125 bushels, valued at $5,570,396.
?o!alv7lou1 e?pPorted-265.S60 barrels, valued at $878,199
FOREIGN
LUMBER SHIPMENTS FROM PORTLAND
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUJNJS au,
rig. and destination.
Feet.
8.255.680
80,076
858.381
497.790
8,500,000
3.776,683
1,847,181
756.720
1,143,863
784,408
641.201
8,817,897
2,400.000
80.000
2,989.279
1,073,630
3,600,000
687.944
1,213,542
2,519.543
4.251,005
3,204.119
1,415,355
425,000
1,294.776
418.257
4.038.154
1,031.898
905.591
1.819.350
3,638.263
120,000
177.874
4.067,991
1,331.009
175,559
956.308
815,332
44,400
8.400.000
806.000
95,000
667,524
195,000
946,248
815.595
1,103,473
3,610,121
70,000
, 1.B04.00O
40,000
. 2,640.749
350,000
205.000
' 601.099
1.0SS.863
3,650,000
10 Lord Sefton. Br. ss., Shanghai ..t ?06 657
Manzamnu 7 ,oicci
. Cleared, vessel, flag,
, July
2 Senju Maru, Jap. as., Tslngtau
8 Saxonia. Ger. as.. Orient
9 Kona, BCh., Callao
10 Falls of Orchy. Br. as., Manila
17 Colusa. Br. ss., Balboa
18 Arablen, Dan. as., Shanghai
24 Harpalyce, Br. ss., Hongkong
28 Sehome, sch.. Tambo de Mora
30 Hawkhead, Br. sa, Sydney
August
8 Robert Searles, sch., Valparaiso
6 Nokomia, sch. Levuka ..........
7 Manchester Citizen, Br. sa. Calcutta
8 Oceano, Br. ss.. Port Plrle
9 C. Ferd Laeisx, Ger. as.. Orient
21 Thode Fagelund, Nor. as., Balboa . .
21 Rosamond, sch.. Antofogaata
23 Thor. Nor. as.. Taku Bar
September
2 Omega, ach.. Coquimbo . . . .
2 Wm. Nottingham, sch., Antofogaata .
4 Rothley, Br. ss., Adelaide
r, Baron Napier, Br. ss., Tientsin
6 Algoa. Br. sa, Sydney ..
6 Kenkon Maru. Jap. ss., Shanghai .
6 Vestalla, Br. ss.. Orient
13 John Palmer, bktn., Antofogaata ....
20 Brlsgavla, Ger. aa. Orient
20 Arablen, Dan. ss., Shanghai
22 Colusa, Br. ss., Balboa
22 Samar, ach., Callao
October r
8 Damara, ss., Balboa
6 Strathdene. Br. ss., Calcutta
9 Den of Crombie, Br. ss.. Manila....
14 uckermark, Ger. as., Manila
15 Bangor. Nor. ss.. Hankow
15 w H. Marston, sch., Valparaiso ....
17 Border Knight, Br. sa. Dalny
17 Salem, sch., Lyttleton
22 Commerce, sch., Caleta Buena
November
7 Senju Maru, Jap. sa, Darien
8 Hawkhead, Br. sa.. Port Plrle
15 Santa Clara, Am. ss.. Valparaiso ....
15 Den of Glamls, Br. ss.. Orient
18 wm. H. Smith, sch.. Pacasmayo. . . .
29 Messina, Br. ss., Yokohama
29 w. H. Talbot, sch., Callao
December '
A Irmgard. bktn., Dunedln
9 Georglna, bktn.. Antofogaata
11 Memphis, Ger. sa, Sydney
11 Azumusan Maru, Jap. as., Kobe
13 Harlesden, Br. ss.. Valparaiso
23 Buenaventura, Br. ss., Dunkirk
24 Koju Maru. Jap. ss., Sydney ........
24 Santa Catallna, Am. aa. Antofogaata
24 Kenkon Maru, Jap. as., Shanghai . ..
January
5 Nokomls, Am. sch., Payta. Peru....
6 Colusa, Br. bs., Callao
9 Oceano, Br. ss.. Shanghai..
FOR
Value.
.h. .......
13 Jane L. Stanford. Am. bktn., Antofogasta.
17 Sithonia, Ger. ss., Hongkong
19 Rothley, Br. ss.. Melbourne
20 Den of Alrlle, Br. ss., Hongkong
20 Mabel Gale, Am. sch., Auckland
221 Bangor, Nor. ss., Shanghai
27 Wlnslow, Am. ach.. Eten, Peru
29 Forester, Am. sch., Antofogasta
29 John A. Campbell. Am. sch., Talara
31 Bessie Dollar, Br. ss.. Taku Bar
February
16 Amazon. Am. bktn., Antogofasta
19 Bllbster. Br. ss., Melbourne...
20 Merionethshire. Br. ss., Hongkong
24 Santa Cecilia, Am. as., Mollendo
March '
6 Virginia, Am. sch, Palta
7 Belgravia. Ger. as.. Hongkong
11 Messina. Br. ss., Hankow
u Tiverton. Am. as., Vancouver, B. C
13-Columbia, Am. ach., Salaverry... '
16 Marioorougnniii, in -j 02a 78
19 St.. Theodore, Br. sa.. Shanghai iZtS'tl,
25 Tricolor, Nor. ss.. Balboa.
27 Glenroy. Br, ss., Shanghai
1 Cardiganshire, Br. as., Hongkong 2'??? ??
2 Encore, Am. ss.. Valparaiso 46000O
Kinross. Br. ss.. Manila 3-4?i, 0C
..iiAta Ti.hlfn u,uu.
11 Wm. Nottingham, Am. sch., Antofogasta
11 Santa Cruz. Am. ss., Valparaiso
0 Hazel Dollar, Br. as.. Kankow.....
21 Thode Fagelund. Nor. ss., Buenos Ayres .
28 Strathdee, Br. ss... Melbourne
SIay otl7SK
1 Shlnkai Maru, Jap. ss., China oSlo'i!
2 Frankmount. Br. as., Sydney 5'mi 5-li
O UOIUS&, or. ., it.ia,. 1 7R0 l!'17
. ., -c. Unn.knne l.lBU.U.'
9 Taroenb'ek. Ger'.' sp., Antofogasta.
13 Christian Bors, Nor. ss., Shanghai
14 OsterbeK, Ger. dk., aiiiuius"'-'
1,018.806
lSS.7a
1. 500.0OO
240,000
810.543
3,953,438
ect.or.i
800.205
590.950
3,026.000
1 222 2r,2
l'.2l0'.00O
250.700
1,630,271
85S.74S
1.136.360
3.295.7X5
30.502
815.012
2.0S2.4H7'
8,503.547
1,263.772
1.213.830
200,000
1,240.982
3,300.000
1.673.340
. .. 1.543.036
... 3.6O5.800
... 1,374.576
15 Sudmark, Ger. ss., riongKous. ,:.r,",:5
15 Strathalbyn, Br. as.. Shanghai .gos.l-
16 M. Turner, Am. ach.. Callao..... i?7?--
19 Queen Eugenia, Br as. Karachi 1' 241 400
19 Cuzco. Nor. as.. Valparaiso 1 272 too
51 Radnorshire. Br. ss.. Hongkong J-fiS'TrT
10 ll'I'r',i''i
I4,WU
3.150,403
ot. D.fa,l Tr bk.. Call
5s Mlndoro, Am. ach., Valparaiso....
29 Azumusan Maru, Jap. ss., bhanghal. . ..
June
5 Strathavon, Br. as., Sydney....
6 Den of Ruthven, Br. ss., Hongkong....,
, 9 Hoerde. Ger. sa, Hongkong -
' if- w H. Marston, Am. sch.. Cape Town. .
16 St. Theodore. Br. as., Hankow
1CMBEB EXPOBTS
-1913-14-
1.060.000
1,082,000
979,000
1,325.214
3.953.12S
$41,905
2,880
11.668
4.870
41.794
43.601
26,070
10.244
14.871
$ 8,275
14,380
88,156
28.000
8.000
82.963
14,364
48,800
$ 8,898
16.933
80,824
62.7S9
42,500
14.154
7.025
12.902
7,852
46.9T3
13,090
11,167
$23,444
54.400
1.800
1.977
43,156
14.S18
3.250
18.390
10.517
$ 820
37,400
9,028
1,150
6.700
8,500
10.348
$ 6.156
15,071
47.235
910
26,840
400
84,911
3.500
1.S45
8,1 SS
13.918
40,150
37.5S5
6.887
12.226 .
2.893
18.000
3.B90
9.675
39.352
8.157
7,046
7.92S
28,090
13,902
15,480
2.U10
13,712
6.531
12.215
3l.S:S9
1.8S1
8.067
84.520
43.447
38.178
15.520
39.269
8.187
72.212
675
12.048
2.379
12.820
37.820
20.174
29.074
22.900
20.123
17.900
24,"
35.307
15.495
7.271
38.736
13,116
42,435
8.370
11.745
14.744
9,105 '
S7.805
12.000
12.065
10.575
24.832
45.767
BY MONTH.
1912-13-
July
August . . .
September
October ..
November
December
January ..
February
March
April
May
June
Totals .
July
August ' . .
September
October .
November
December
January .
February
March ...
April
May
June . . . .
Totals
Feet.
. . 15,135.378
.. 14.786,475
. . 21.465.1S4
.. 13.101. 1S4
.. 6,154,172
.. 10,533.9,3
.. 21,750.053
. . 4.393.203
.. 16.714. S99
. . 14.325J767
. . 31,070,813
.. 8.409,342
Value.
198.003
188.038
264.607
106,932
69,046
136,808
243.285
51,094
192,293
205.384
348.815
105.238
Feet.
8.756,033
17.386,010
10.2il,4O4
1.002.172
12.837.S27
13.247.1,115
8,355.431
8.470,5T
10,707,303
7,021,071
24.8S4.090
16.290,417
alue.
91.813
199,324
102.871
13.2S9
152,908
152,371
98.946
10U.0U7
195,802
92.177
K 12,038
194.316
-1911.
Feet.
6.730.253
3,957,347
4,175,641
14,002,822
7,004. 7S3
3.600,046
12,795,005
0.S20.527
7.3S4.4:'.S
6.547,786
6.523.858
12,530,032
Value.
$ SO.376
41.122
40,364
143,261
81,956
43,1 41
127,784
71,492
24.233
77,732
37.471
136,240
..177.846,313 $2,169.S24 145,609,871 $1,712,047 88.244.430 $960,233
COASTWISE LUMBER SHIPMENTS,
1913-14
18,876,000
13,870,000
15,751,000
17,027,000
20,760,230
17,110000
17,056,520
" 17.977.113
1 19.622.196
16.417,860
20,787,581
16.542,000
1912-13
15,514,573
17.658,133
11.933,000
16.039,000
15,225.000
9,827,000
16,965,000
13.148,496
17,085.550
23,141,000
22,040.030
19,106.000
1911-12
11,283.000
12.836,423
11.530,252
12.330,000
12,045,000
12,895,000
9.635,000
10.907.000
14,680,000
15,659,016
15,273,000
13.200,000
1910-11
10,751,000
7.603.000
7,603.000
7,760,000
13,334,000
7,400.000
7,450,000
8,425.000
10,666,842
8,280.113
8.736.000
12.249.527
.216,687,500 196,780,604 164,923.690 108,087,482
' out a
Ana rnnii.uiu iinu ' es--
schedule by way of the new waterway.
The American-Hawaiian Company
steamers are beginning to make up for
lost time again tnrouKn p-"-through
the Straits of Magellan after
the Tehuantepec route was closed. Two
hundred and fifty tons 01
freight arrived here atonuay uu
steamer Roanoke, which was delivered
at San Francisco by xne renuwivaui.u.
le Montanan also nas reacneu u
virion Oate with more cargo, the exact
for Portland not oeins mui
here. The Yucatan, due Sunday, will
have S27 tons that was discharged from
the Pennsylvanian.
News From Oregon Ports.
COOS BAY. Or., June 30. (Special.)
Sailing from Coos Bay today at 3
o'clock the steam schooner Nann Smith
carried 1,500,000 feet of lumber ana 4u
miiinri for San francisco.
A heavv wind and fog is troubling
shipping oft the Oregon coast between
Rogue River and Coos Bay.
The steam schooner Redondo arrived
off the bar last night at 10:30, but
could" not enter, owing to fog. The
Redondo came from San Diego and had
25 passengers for Coos Bay, crossing
in this morning at 6 o'clock.
The gasoline schooners Rustler and
Roamer. loaded for Rogue River and
FinrmcB. are delayed owing to the
heavy wind.
The tug Gleaner, in port two days,
will sail Wednesday for Gardiner carrying-freight
for the TJmpqua River
towns.
BANDON, Or June 30. (Special.)
The steam schooner Grace Dollar sailed
last nisrht for San Francisco with
lumber for San Francisco.
tiia fitonm schooner Elizabeth, with
lumber products and passengers.
cleared last night for San Francisco.
A fishing company has been organ
ized here and will engage in purse
seining in the ocean off this port com
mencing in July.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. June 30. Arrived Steamera
Breakwater, from Coo. By; Asuncion from
San Francisco. Arrived at 8, ana ieix
So at 8 P M. steamer San Ramon from
San Francisco.' Balled-Steamer. Qulnault,
for Skagway and way porta
Astoria, June 30. Arrived down at mid
night, British steamer Strathgarry. Left up
at midnight, steamer Asuncion from Ban
Francisco Arrived at 8 Mi u?roi
10:50 A. II.. steamer Breakwater, from
COOS B:vy. cu. t mM-
San Francisco, June -- -----i
night, steamer Klamatn, lor
Sailed at noon, steamer Beaver. Jorb"
Pedro. June 29. Sailed at 8 P, M-, steamer
Daisy, for Portland. Geo.
Eureka, June
W. Elder, front Portland. .,.,,
San Pedro. June -' '," , "
Geo. w. Fenwlck. from Columbia Rlyer
Shanghai. June 29. Arrived Japanese
steamer Azumasan Maru. from Portland.
Astoria, June 30. Arrived at M P. M.
and left up at 5 P. M., "earner Willamette,
from San Francisco. Left up at 4.-0 P.
.learner Multnomah, from San franctaco.
San Francisco. June SO. Arrived Steam
er Manoa from Honolulu. Sailed Steamer.
A M Simpson? for Coo. Bay; Klamath, for
Astoria; Benefactor, for Glasgow.
G n. , 26.a.ledteam.r siaak
"rN?ewcastVer June 26.Saifed-Steam.r New
MaMUi1ke.rjune SKSd-BU-ner Volnay.
'0G.Sa.?owIajun5eC30.-Salled-Steamer Crown
of Seville, for Victoria. B. C:
Tides at Astoria Wednesday.
. T.nw.
,llgn. ,
Tt. 1I.1W A. IV! ..... '
1p. Mil... 87 ft.l2:48 P. M.
6:55
7:20
.1.9 ft.
Marconi Wireless
Reports.
June 30,
five
an nMlOnna renorted at 8 P. M.
unless otherwise shown.)
Queen. Seattle for San Francisco,
miles souin ui Ha Seattle 20
r-h-tham San Francisco for Seattle, m
miles south ot Columbia River.
Drake, Richmond for Vancouver, 22 miles
north of Columbia River.
Scott. Redondo for Sund ports, 10 miles
north of Columbia River.
Minnesota, Seattle for Orient, 521 miles
from Seattle at 8 P. M June 29.
Transport Buford, Seattle for St. Michaels,
latitude 63.01 north, longitude 148.50 west,
June 29.
Arollne. San Pedro for San Francisco, 24
miles west of Point Vincent.
Speedwell, San Francisco for San Pedro,
300 miles aouth of San Franclaco.
City of Para, San Francisco for Balboa,
292 miles south of San Francisco.
Harvard. San Pedro for ban Francisco,
passed Point Hueneme at 6:22 P.M.
Admiral Farragut, Seattle for San Fran
cisco, off Marrowstone Point.
Enterprise, aan r rancisco ror nonoium.
522 mllea from lightship. 8 P. M. June 29.
Siberia. San f'rancisco ior .uonoiuiu, lojo
miles out, 8 P. M. Juno 20.
Manchuria orient tor ban r rancisco, ioto
miles from San Francisco June 29.
Hyades, Honolulu for San Francisco, 948
mile fmm Ran Francisco June 29.
Georgian. Hllo for Philadelphia. 325 miles
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Falcon, San Pedro for San Francisco,
miles north of Pledras Blancaa.
Topeka, San Francisco for bureaa,
mllea aouth of Point Arena. ,
Beaver. San Franclaco for San Pedro,
mllfs south of Point bur.
W S. Porter. Monterey for Nome,
miles northwest of San Francisco.
Admiral Watson. San Francisco for Beat
tie, four mllea aouth of Point Keyea.
Adeline Smith. San Francisco for Cooa
Bay. 3a miles north of San Francisco.
Grace Dollar, Bandon for ban t ranclaco.
100 mile, north of San Francisco. ,..
Santa Catallna, San Francisco for Balboa.
12 mile, south of lightship.
Argyll, San Francisco for Seattle and Ta
coma, 140 mllea north of San Francisco.
Klamath. San Francisco for Portland, 130
miles north of San Francisco.
Nann Smith. Cooa Bay for San Franclaco.
two mllea north of Cape Blanco. .
John Hooper, Raymond for ban Pedro, 26
mile, aouth of Northwest Seal Hock.
Bear. San Franclaco for Portland, off Cap.
Bianco.
Marine Notes.
Word was received at the office ol
Frank Waterhouse & Co. yesterday
that the new Royal Mail liner Carnar
vonshire would be in Portland Satur
day night from Europe by way of the
Far East and northern ports, fehe la
a sister ship of the Cardiganshire,
which was here early in the season.
The Glenlochy. ot the Royal Mail fleet.
i. H,r todav for the
F.nrorje and sails at daylight
row.
Captain Rankin, master of the steam
er Rose City, conducted a boat drill
with sails yesterday, each crew being
ordered to sail from the ship, lying
at Ainsworth dock, to the O.-W. R. &
N. bridge and return. It is a plan
...i. Wore and Captain Rankin says
i. i. tha men in trim so
..o-onov thev could take full
vantage of a breese. The vessel sails
this morning for California ports and
will probably have a full passenger
list.
Laden with all she could carry
having a number of passengers
steamer Quinault left for Alaska
.whi Salmon shipments from
. hv started and 2000 cases
coming on the steamer Thomas U
Wand. A larger number arrives on the
steamer J. B. Stetson, which follows
the Wand.
Orient and
tomor-
ln an
ad-
and
the
last
the
are
DREDGE ABOUT FLOODED
NEW TUMI'S OX nilMHIK Ol TIM
mrKtTATioMi i ntitu.
Sand and Water Hroaaht l Almost
Deluges Craft aad Additional Over,
flow Will Re Itrqulrrd.
ASTORIA, Or.. June 30. (Special.)
The trial of the dredge Chinook In the
lower harbor yesterday demonstrated
the fact that the new 30-inch pumps
are successful. All four pumps wera
opeiated for a time and they brought
up so much sand and water that they
nearly flooded the craft. This was on
account of the overflow pipes being too
small. It was necessary to close the
engine-room tight to keep It from be
ing flooded and the sand and water
poured over the decks In a delusa.
The difficulty can ba remedied read
ily, as all that Is necessary Is to pro
vide for an additional overflow. An
engineer from the department arrived
this afternoon to prepare plans for
the required alterations, and while the
equipment It being assembled th
dredge probably will operate with the
30-Inch pumps alone and later lay up
for a day or two, so that the changes
can be made. In this way practically
no time will be lost.
In IMS Russia Imported T1S.700 bale
' raw cotton, valued at t51.550.ltn).
ol
News From Oregon Torts.
ASTORIA. Or, June 30. (Special.)
The new launch Sulsun. built by Wil
son brothers for the United States en
gineer's department at San Francisco,
was given a trial spin about the har
bor today under the direction of W. II.
Curtis who Is inspecting her for the
Government. She will be taken to San
Francisco soon with Captain Staples In
charge.
The steamer Breakwater arrived this
morning from Cooa Bay with freight
and passengers.
The steamer Multnomah arrived to
day from San Francisco and went to St.
Helens to load liimhw.
ave a look at 'em today;
they're used, of course, but good
H
WTTVAT AND FLOUR SHIPMENTS BY WATER FROM PORTLAND AND PUGET
WHEAT AND swjujs wur TABXTTjATED jjy MERCHANTS; EXCHANGE.
Portland's proportion.)
-Bushel-
SOUND TO ALL
(Percentage.
-Bushels-
shown are
-Barrels
Wheat from Wheat from Flour from t lour trom
PruLd PuVet Sound Percent. Portland, Puget Sound. Percent.
Tear -1913-14
.
1912-13 ...
1911-1? ...
1910-11 ..
1909-10 ..
1908-09 ..
1907-0S ...
19C0-07 ..
1905-0 ..
June shipment, estimated, remaining 11 monuu accural
- t Light .hipmenu by ea due to an unprecedented movement East by rail.
In grand totala flour i. figured by wheat measure at four and one-half bushels per barrel.
.13,500.000
.14,752,221
... 9.793,351
...11,033,222
... 9,723.361
...10.280,898
...15.844,790
. .. 8,204.988
... 9,892,656
... 3.437.760
7.100,000
7.816, YS2
5,029,566
5,820.94
7.693,158
6,705,836
16.190.686
5,841,019
11,898.621
2,158,877
6S.5
65
66
t5
56.6
60.O
49.0
53.4
45.4
61.4
11
1,140,000
961,261
1,128.920
876,274
456,459
852,909
1,086,584
1,382,305
1,205.685
991.710
1.725.000
2.772,083
3.09 6,714
2,174,691
1,557.654
1,330.097
2.203,976
3,235,961
2,303,637
1,885,973
29.6
25.7
26.7
28.5
22.1
89.0
33.0
29.9
84!
34.5
Total
Portland.
J 8,630. 000
9,077,895
14.873,491
14.976,455
20,734,418
14,425,585
15,318,238
7,900,455
Total
Puget Sound
19,362,500
20.291.166
18,964,779
15.607,054
14,702,601
12,691.272
26,108,578
---20,402,843
22,264,987
10.645,251
Pet.
49
48.4
44.0
49.0
44.4
52.6
44.2
41.4
40.7
43.2
Bushels.
Grand total
Both ports
37,992,500
39.369.061
33,838.270
30,583,509
, 26.480.027
26,811.268
46,767,45
84.829,429
37,672,477
18,546,711
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