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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX. THURSDAY. JULY 8, 1!13.
BEAVERS WILL GET
BIG LEAGUE SHORT
Boston Asks Waivers on Bill
Rodgers and. He May
CLEVELAND CAN AID SOON
McCredie to Struggle Along With
Stumpf and Speas at Short and
Second for Few Days North
wester ners Will Not Help.
As a result of frenzied telcpraphlns
fcy Walter McCredie during the past
- two days, oPrtland likely will have a
bl.3- league Innelder by the beginning
of the San Krancisoc series next week.
In the intrim Portland wll hav to
struggle along with a patchwork In
field. Mack says he intends to keep
Stumpf at short and Speas at 'second
for a few. more games, anyway.
"Clevelanu telegraphed me today that
It could do nothing for a few days,"
said McCredie. "Boston has 'asked for
waivers on Kodgers and I may be able
to induce him to come West' at once.
But I have several other lines out and
hope to land a good shortstop soon.
Mae Fears to Vnn Boitart
"I don't like to use Eddie Bogart. a
Bemi-profeMsionai player, at short, and
yet. switching outfielders into the in
field hasn't proved a success. Stumpf
has played shortstop, however, and
ought to strike his- usual gait today
with the added practice. Second is the
easiest po; Ition on the infield and that
Is why I have located Speas there. It's
pretty tough on Bill, but he is a game,
willing worker and will get accus
tomed to the new environment soon."
Mack is as sore as a grizzly bear at
Bobby Davis for not sliding into the
plate at the time he was injured. He
Intimated strongly that if he is able
to land a first-class man Bobby will
do penance on the bench the remain
der o the season. Davis admits his
failure to start his slide early enough,
and to this attributes his wrenched
knee, which will keep him out for two
McCredie Blames Davis.
"We would have won that ball
game," said McCredie. "I think he was
safe, anyway, but he deserved to be
called out. I'm sorry he got hurt, but
there wasn't any excuse for hot slid
ing home to make sure of It. If I can
land o good shortstop I'll station him
permanently at short. The accident
coming at this time is the worst possi
ble thing that could happen to me.
Another week of smooth running at
top strength would have put us In
the lead, and once there the other clubs
would never have headed us."
Evidently .Mack met with a rather
cool reception on his trip to Seattle,
because his temper was none the best
when he returned yesterday forenoon.
"I've sprinkled dozens of players all
through that league for nothing," he
- exclaimed. "Now. when I need a ball
player they want a fortune for him.
I tried to get Bob Brown, of Vancou
ver, to sell me Shortstop Gislason, now
under suspension, I believe. Nothing
doing. Brown said he was too vexed
with Gislason to give him a chance to
moke good here. President Blewett, of
the Northwestern League, did his best
to influence Brown and some of the
others, but to no avail."
Boost Given llaworth.
Homer Haworth. ex-Portland catcher,
came in for a nice boost from the big
"Best catcher in that league," he ex
claimed. "I intend to pull him back
from Victoria in the Fall for next year's
Coast Club. He is leading the league
at bat, throwing well and showing all
sorts of pepper. Kelly, first baseman
for Victoria, is another sweet looking
"Why don't you bring Rodney Mur
phy back from Aberdeen now that he
Is in bad there?" he was asked.
"I don't want that kind of a man on
my ball club," replied Mack. "Mur
phy is altogether too pugnacious. He
tried to pick fights on my ball club
and that is the inside reason I sent him
home when we were down South that
LIVESTOCK IS WEAKER
LOWER PRICES PREVAIL AT .ORTll
Top Values lor Steers Reaches e.o
Mark and 7.SO Is Highest Price
Obtained for Hogs.
An easy tendency still prevails In the live,
stock market. Receipts are not heavy, but
appear to be more than equal to the demand
The best price obtainable on steers yes
terday were il.S.-. and a.o. In the hoB
market the top was 7.5o, with the bulk
cr sales a dime lower tnan this price. Very
little was done In the sheep division, where
tile undertone was also weak
Receipts were 246 cattle, U34 hogs and 811
sheep. Shippers were:
With cattle Robert McCrow, Mary Hill,
wash.. 1 car; Nate Rains, pilot Rock. 1 car
Heeney & Kelts. Pilot Rock. 1 car; C R.
Belhee, Grass Valley, 1 car; J T West
Maupln. I car; T. B. Kelly. Maupln.' 1 car;
JJ. Foreman. Maupln. 1 car.
With hoes Redmond Livestock & Produce
Co Redmond. 1 car; W. R. Liugger, u.ass
A alley, 1 car.
With sheet R. Y. Darrow, Goldendale. a
With mixed cars Robert McCrow, Ool
dendalc. 1 car cattle and hops; R. Wood.
Silverton. 1 car cattle and sheep; J. E.
IToffltt. Dayton, 1 car cattle and hoes
The day's sates were as follows -
k v. w?-.p.rJc.e'-i Wt Price,
s hoRs ii,ji...ci; steers . . hil'i) r.o
1 hoc 37 6.;. 7 steers ..lu:.3 ;s
i.llioss ... ISO 7.40 1 steer ti70 5 '-'J
Shoes '.MO 7.0i t steer 11. in .lo
2 boss 3- 6.4i It steers ...1170 6 .".0
hons 132 fi.l"); 11 steers 114il i (0
7.1 boss 17t 7.4'l, 1 stair 117i 5 no
- hom ... .!! 6.J0, Scows ...1133 3. 3.1
74 hoes ... 17.1 7.4ili I cow .lor.li 5 31
7 Iioks ... 342 6.4ii 1 staR . ...lusil g o.i
- hos ... J.1.1 (1..H.I. 2 cowa ,...1-'(s 5.ro
34 boss ... 17S 7-.V.-I 4 cows . ...liM.1 4 tin
shoes ... ',",o 7.:;"i! 6 steers ...11.-..-, t; 75
1 Imil '....1:130 4.00; 11 steers ...10!o Htm
1 bull 1-j.sii n.r.o. 7 cows ...IIH13 s.tto
Swl ...lo-J .-,.(ii n steers ..1040 0 SO
4 cows ... "7 3.7-V 1 bull 1S2( 3 7."
1 calf ... 1-3H 7.oo 1 bos 41' 3 00
1.". steers .. f.3n .4.75 .-.Iioks ... 214 7 511
2 steers ..10"0 4.2".. 1hoB 140
1 cow ...1020 .-I..-.IM 2 hogs ... 1i. 7..-.H
cows ... S61 4,lo 2 hofts .... 333 7 ( I
2 cows ...in'..", 3. So; .1 Iambs .. !ll 6..".o
75 sters ..1214 .'."; 7 wethers . 131 0.00
11 steers . .10i7 B OO;
The weekly market report of the Portland
Union Stockyards Company says:
"The receipts for the week ending July 3
were 1707 cattle. 6313 hogs and 3404 sheep.
Tattle The Fourth of July let pleasure
interfere with the receipts in all lines. Mon
day and Tuesday's gathering; being much
l.elow normal. Quality continues mediocre.
frMx seventy-five was the high spot for ateers
of fir quality. Cowa and heifers in pro
portion. "Hoes Ho trade started this week's ses
sion at not far from steady compared with
last week's close. Tops sold at $7. 00 and
bulk at close to that figure. Trade appears
to be on a steady basis at around prevailing-
"Sheep Sheep receipts appear to be on
an unsteady footing. Not enough coming
Xjrward to really test the market. Lambs,
naturally, ur.leu they ahow oualltv- have a
Representative males are aa folloss:
. Wt. Price.' Wt Price.
9 steers . . n :;7 .7 j 1 cow . . . . ! 1 o ki
3 steers . .14nJ ..-,!. 5 cowa . ..I'JKl .'..fx)
3 steers ..l'7:t 6.4"i 1 cow . ...l"-i r..2i
a steers ;.11J2 o.a.v 2 row s 7. .', m
J bulls it;r,s 4.0o io:i hom ... a 7'i
J he rera . .'.4.-. 6.0) 171) hoes ... 7.
1 calf ... m i.uu km hom ... 1-i 7..'.
11:: hog ... 173 7.U
The official report of receipts and ship
ments In the past month and for the year to
date and the source of the receipts follows:
Oregon Electric. . .
Hob is .......
I 'riven In' ' !
'- R-, i p.";;;;
Total receipts j 6.U50
Increase for month' f
I)ecreae. month.. s.:::tif.
J 'ar. to data ;34.S7 1
Increase for year.. I i.
Decrease for year.l 4iiii '
Ay. weight hoz.i.j . .j.
uo.oiw loe.i; i
O.-W R. at N. N. 1.431 13! 0.-4..: 4 o:t3
Southern Pacific I. . 147: 1 41;
s. P. ct .-,! I
Northern Pacific .21.-.' 1 7; ' " " i :";7 4
Boats 1-7I.. '"'.J
Iriven out I 3.1..7, 17.". i::o.:.; l.lt
Tgtal shipments.! r..H; 4;;.-,: l-n.7lr- 20.037
Oregon . I'.IMt 4os 13.II2H- 13 :
Idaho 24l 4 3 -'T't
Washington 7-c.i ".1! t'Ti:i " ' 7okt
California 1.1 U ... T.f. . .;...) . .
Tot a Is I 5,0.-,Q 4S.-, 2o.3i"i 2I.07J
Prices current at the local stockyards
the various classes of stock:
y.'V. 'r Ir.n-i
i? 'l''er" K2.-.U6.
..1 . j . uaii ,rriB . . , . .
.'. . . .
4 7 .".i 6
3 .'.ot, 5
6 i:.a 7.
B no 5.
,ood cows ...
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA. Neb.. July 7 Hogs Receipts.
!'. strong; heavy. 7.10e 7.3-.: light. 1.X'
47.4.-.; pigs, $S.502 7.00; bulk of sales. 7.20
Cattle Receipts. 2100. higher: native
steers. 8 cnlfe 10.0O; rows and heifers, 6.00
i(!.30; Western steers. 6.-.0 8 W); Texas
steers. .0Off7.O: cows and heifers, 15.70
V -; cbivm, ..i-a n.ijy
Pheep Receipts. 12.500: "steadv: vrnrllRviL
rt.oifi 7.60; wethers, 5.70ti6.75; lambs, I9.UU
v. 1 o.
Chicago Livestock Market.
Chicago. July 7. Hogs Itecelnta 31 OOfl
strong. ,c above yesterday's average: bulk.
strong. ,c above yesterday's average: bulk
7.45tz 7.50; light. 7.f.0tl 7.n5; mixed. 7.3o
7!5; heavy. $7. 101 7. bo ; rough, S7.1U07.2O
pigs. 6.50r, 7.70.
Cattle Receipts. 1 4.000. steady; natlv
steers. JO.tiOW 10.20: Western steers, t'.Sitt.
s.45; cows and heifers. $3.30&.5O; calvei
Kh..n U ... I n I . 14 AOn .air - . V. ' H
&6.70; Iambs, CS.0O4aB.75.
SAX FRANCI SCO PRODITB MARKETS
ITices Current in the Bay City on Fruits,
SAX FRANCISCO. July 7. Butter Fresh
extras. 2tHc: fine firsts, 2f.c.
KgBS Krosh extras.- 2Cc ; fresh firsts,
21 He; selected pullets. 2oc.
Cheese New, e.i.llc; young American,
12,4c; Oregons, 13c.
Vegetables Teat. $lff?...ft; asparagus. $1
tfrl.26; string beans. lfetHc; wax benns,
lto-hc; lining. 54i 10c; cucumbers, 75 fci UOc.
Onions 101 C5c.
Kruit Lemons, $1.75Ci 3.50; grapefruit. 2 -p
3c; oranges. 3i3.50; bananas, Hawaiian.
$1.25rl.5o; pineapples. $1.5U; apples. Ked
-8trachan, l$j,1.25; Uravensteitt, (I.OOf
1'otatoes Delta. 7090c.
Receipts Flour. 1076 sacks; barley. 6223
ctls.; beans. 125 sacks: potatoes, 5220 sacks,
hay. 521 tons; hides. No. S, 60; wine, 31MMI
NEW YORK, July 7. Steadiness In Bra
zil and the bullish view of the statistical
position were reflected In a slight advance
in the coffee market .today, and after open
ing 1 to 2 points higher, active months sold
3 or 4 points above last night's closing fig
ures. There was no important demaud. how
ever, and pricea later' reacted under a little
realizing, closing net two points lower to one
point higher, salt-s, s75o. Ju.y. (l.iinc; Au
gust, ii.ssc; Ht-r-tember, 6..3c; October. .67c:
November. C.suc; lecember. 6.1c; January.
.V3c; February. S.W:; March. 7.01c; April,
7.t."c; May, 7.12e; June, 7.16c.
spot, quiet; Rio No. 7, 7V,c; Santos No. 4.
Cost and freight offers were a shade
firmer with Santos 4s quoted at 9.03 to l).50c ;
Rio 7s, 6-l5c.
HOT WINDS Hl'RT t'MATlLLA WHEAT
All Sections Are Affes-tetl Lcaa l)uu;g to
PENDLETON. Or.. July 7. (Special.)
Damage to wheat has been general through
out the county, although some sections,
particularly north and west of this city,
suffered more than others, even the heavy
lands on the reservation being affected. Al
though the loss will be large, it Is likeiy
that more than two-thirds of the normal
crop will be harvested, as the early pros
pects were favorable.
J ne barley ou w ill not be as great In
proportion as the wheat loss, lesa barley
than usual was sown this year and much of
It was advanced beyond the stage where
the winds worked serious Injury. One result
of the damase will be the necessity of test
ing the grain. Since lixin, t matllla County
wheit has been so uniformly heavy that
buyers did not feel calle-d on to lest for
weight, but this year lhre will be consider
able light wheat. -
The wind storms of last Saturday. Bunrtav
and Monday added to the damage already
done by the cold and hot Kinds, threshing
out much of the grain and breaking off the
heads of tho plants In some sections. The
carnage from this cause appears almost
negligible. however. In comparison with
that which had been done previously.
Eltopia Wheat Not Badly Hurt.
ELTOP1A. Wash.. July 7. (Sneclall
The damage Saturday night from a wind
of hurrli ane proportions, did not shatter
the standing wheat as much as ss at first
feared. The early grain probably win be
dsmaged from three to five bushels an
ncre. Turkey red and bluestem ami the late
sown fife were not hurt materially. The
wind blew down several windmill towers
throughout the dLstrics; and but for prompt
action one of the large grain warehouses
here would have been leveled. Some hundred
people were enjoying a Fourth of 'July dance
in the warehouse when the danger threat
ened. Hay Uamatrd at Sheridan.
SHETtlDAN, Or.. July 7. (Special )
Heavy rains Legan to fall here Monday
night and It Is feared damage will result to
the crops. The hay is so heavy that It was
lying flet on the ( round yesterday aa the
result of the prcclpltetlon. Spring grain
will be benefited, but Fall grain is already
ripening. Fortunately but little hay I. as
been mowed. Hopgrowers are complaining
of the lack of hot weather, saying that It
cool weather continues lc-e will destroy the
Riins Do Little Damage to Hay.
GRANTS PASS. Or., July 7. (Special.)
After bleaklng up the recent hot spell with
a heavy thunder shower yesterday, the
weather settled down for a good steady ran
last night, which continued during the night
and f-r a greater part of today. The rain
was general throughout the county and will
be of great benefit to the fruit and hopa.
Little damage was done to hay and grain.
SAVANNAH. July 7. -.Turpentine, firm:
3!isi40c; sales, 556: receipts, 6t2; ship
ments. 33: stock, 24.131.
Rosin, firm; sales. 14A0: receipts. 37,70 ;
shipments. 2; stocks. 61,s;m. Quote AH
.t: CD, J3.13: E. 3.25; F. :! 30; OH. S3 30
3 35; I. :t.r.5r:l.4; K. S3.74; M. S3.42; WG
SC. 30; WW. SO 50.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. July 7. Raw sugar, stcadv
centrlfugal. 4.0ti 4.95c : molasses. 4 03t4.1Sc
Duluth Linseed Market.
nULLTH. Minn.. July 7. Cash Unseed
S1.6;; July. S1.7KS; September, 1.7S4.'
Chlraco I airy Produce.
CHIfAfiO, July 7. Butter lower; cream
Egss Receipts. 25.O10 cases: unchanged.
NEW YORK. July 7. Spot cotton quiet:
middling uplands. 0.35c; sales. 2oO.
Orled F-ruit at New York.
NEW YORK. July 7. Evaporated apples
quiec Prunea firm. Peaches quiet.
Rods at New York.
NEW YORK, July 7. Hop firm.
BARLEY FROM SOUTH
Over One Thousand Tons
Come From California.
HOLDERS HF.RE WON'T SELL
Supply Kcmalns In Nortlincst but
Cannot Be Ilouglit at Current
Prlceii Wheat Weak Willi
Subsidence of Drmiind.
Barley la being brought to P-irtlund
from California for the first tima in teten
or eight years. Ths arrivals are not due
to any shortage In the Northwest, but be
cause holders In the Interior will not sell
at prevailing prices.
The steamer Saginaw has lust brought
3IO tons of California barley and the steam-
or Daisy Putman a few data ago d.scharged
70 tons at a local dock. Figures are not
available as to the quantity of barley un
sold In the North Pacific atates. but deal
era here assert 'that a moderate stock la
being carried Into the new crop season.
At the Merchants Exchange yesterday 122
waa offered for prompt delivery, but 123.541
was asked. For August barley S20 was
bid, with no sellers.
Tho wheat market was weak. What
little demand there was last week haa
largely subsided, and holders who would
uot sell a few days ago are now mors dla
posed to find buyers. This was ahow n by
tha appearance again of asked pricea on
the board where for some time there haa
been only a column of blanks. Ths prices
demanded, however, were out of lins with
buyers views, the spread ranging from 3
to 15 cents, and. of course, no sales re
sulted. Bid prices were reduced 1 to 3
cents on white wheat and thers was a
sharper cut on the red varieties.
According to a trade bulletin from Chi
cago, the wheat crop of Italy Is estimated
at IT) 2.000. 000 bushels. The crop laat year
was Iftft, iino.ooo bushels.
Terminal receipts In cars were reported
ny tne Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay
Partiair! Wed... .'.4
. ear aico 1 2
FBon to dato.HH
Yar ngo r.n
Prattle Tuesday li
Yfar aro 2
Sraon to date..
Year ago (
0t a 2
T C 12 vr,
3 4 4 nr. 21
2 r. J2 tV4
12 1 1
4 1 Trt
4 M H 43
RF.n kpiikr rorn in hop yard.
Pet Appear. ToK ether With ApliU, Cana
The red rplder haa appeared In hop yard
In Tollc County and probably !n other part
of tha Valley, and 1 cauninc some nn
raine. on the part of the jerowera. who are
alao contend )nr with tha presence of Ilea.
Spraylntr for aphla is more ireneral.
Xo buaineaa Is paasiQir In the market for
new or old rrop hops.
In the English hop market a steady de
mand prevails and prices are fiirly firm.
Enjt;:ifih dealers' circular- aay;
Wild. Xeame A Co. There has been a
fair Inquiry during the week and values are
firm. There Is a severe and persistent at
tack of aphis In tha plantations In all dis
tricts, and washing has been pretty gen
Thornton Mana-er Inquiries for hops con
tinue, but actual business is restricted, ow
ing to holders being unwilling to deal at
present market values.
W. H. and H. Ke May The firm tone
noted in our laat weeks report continues
and several parcela have changed hands
U full rates. AH reports from tha planta
tlona speak of Che continuance of tha se
vere attack of aphis blight.
Manger Henley a steady demand con
tlnuea at full late rates. Tha few hops
left are being steadily absorbed and values
hare an upward tendency. There hi a
severe attack of aphis blight In all districts
and washing Is general.
Worcester The fine weather during the
past meek haa caused the vine to grow
satisfactorily. There Is. however, an at
tack of vermin, which sticks, and many
growers are washing. Businesa la very
limited on the local market, as few hopa
from growers are offered.
Imports of hops Into Great Britain, leas
exports, from the months of September to
May last. both Inclusive. were 14.774
hundredweight, aa agalnat 11-4.067 hundred
weight for the corresponding period one
year ago, and :2tI.to3 hundredweight two
D.VMAt.K KEl-ORTK AflK KXAGMTKI)
Injury to Spring Wheat May Not Be as
Bad aa ItetportedL
Following Is a summary of the crop con.
Cittons In Oreron frr the week, as reported
to the 'local office of the Weather Bureau
I y special correspondents throughout th
Warm and d.-y weather prevailed during
the week, except at Ha close, when it be
came cooler and In many localities showers
occurred. On a few days strong dry minds
prevailed and the wheat crop In the eastern
countfee suffered considerably. Most of the
Fall-s wn grain was too far advanced to b
greatly Injured, but the h'pring-sow n wheat,
wnlch Is rank and tenher. was badly t urned
and aome of tha Fall-sown not yet well de
veloped waa damaged. The shrinkage will
be considerable, as compared with the yields
that were expected a few weeks ago. but It
Is thought the estimates of lose have been
exaggerated In soma If not In all of the
In :he dry fanning fraction the deficiency
In the Winter's supply of moisture is now
being severely felt and crops are burning
and pasturage la getting poor. etrami are
the lowest they have been for yrurs and
Irrigation water Is getting scarce. In this
section same wncat d eve. oped so poorly that
It has been cut for hay. The wheat harvest
In Eastern Oregon will begin thla week, but
it will not become general before the mid
dle of the month.
Ideal weather prevailed for corn, po
tatoes, gardens and hops, all of which made
excellent progress Vermin are numerous In
some hop ards and considerable spraying
has been done. Haying Is well under way
and so far little haa been spoiled while
The harvest of early varieties of peaches
will begin this week. The crop throughout
the state Is good, both as to quality and
quantity. More CDmpIalnts than usual are
male of apples being affected by fungus,
but otherwise this crop Is doing well.
LONDON SETS WOOL MA RK KT PACK
Price Also Rle la Australia and America a
Value Are irm.
The verdict at London has been rendered
In accordance with general predictions and
If there were those who prior to the sale,
were In any wise skeptical as to the main
tenance of prices, the ge no rami support ac
corded to wool values in Iondon should be
ample demonstration to them of the world's
belief in the strong posit Ion of wool, says
the Boston Commercial Bulletin. The sale
In Sydney, Australia this week followed the
lead of Iondon. In Boston, too. pricea are
firmer and In some Instances higher.
A larger vol ume of business is reported
among the wool houses this week, total miles
probably being not lesj than five million
pounds, although not alt the wool sold went
to the mills, some trading between dealers
t elng reported. An Increcslng proportion of
dome -it Ic wool Is changing hands but the
greater part of the buslneya was again In
rOLLTRY SI PPL Y I NOT SO LARtiK
Egg Recelpta Ne More Than Iocat Requirement!-
Poultry receipts have been lighter this
week, and thie haa caused some Improve
ment In the market. Hens sold yesterday
at 11 and 11 H cent. Broiler still br.ng
18 to 20 ce,nts. There la no demand f-r
ducks or geese and not much Inquiry for
lurkcs. Dressed meats aro holding steady.
Egg receipts, which bavs been decreas
ing steadily, are now about equal to cur
rent .oca I requirements, and In a short
time reserve stocks from the coolers will
have to be drawn up.
There were no new developments In the
Lambert Cherries Are Higher.
There was a better demand for cherries
yesterday and good Lamberts brought 12',
:o 10 cents. A few Oregon peach plums
have appeared and srs selling at C0v0
cents a box. Early local apples see quoted
st 1 1 T 0 cents in half boxes and llul.-ji
In full boxes. California fruit waa la good
supply and prices were unchanged.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as folios s:
Porfand Sl.57l.jJS ;.,. Tl
Sea Mis, J.-3.a J4.7t
Tacoma 1 2 43 --n
Spokans 1J,I l!oj
1'ORTI.A.M) MARKET QUOTATIONS
t.rsln. Ktnur. feed. Etc.
Merchants' Kichange. noon session.
Rlu-sl'it f Iti f K
rorl.o,d .......... ...... . I 01 1 f
''ll .... i.sj 1 .
Hl f fs 1 kn
He. 1 Kus:an a vj
No I white feed zi so 14 W
I f-ed ................... ;; ;i5o
Rrsn z 4 o :s 4
Si-"ri . It 00 :t.ta
Kut 11 r s
A ng.ist b'tteetem ............. ft 1 Nt
August forty, fold .i
August ri'ib 11
August fire .................. '-..o .M
Aug'ist Russian j .a f)l
Ausust oats It so i4.i
August barley fo 00 ... 4
August bran ................. "4Hft r4.0
Augti't ai-.ort 21 00 ;4 4J
KLOrn Paten ta $ a barral-
t 4ti ."; hul wheat. .0
MllLKKKD Fpot prices: Bran, :7Q
p-r ton : shrrta, 0 -VJo. rolled
b a r I v ."rii 0..
.CORN Whole, j per ton; cracked. 3I
HAY Eastern Oregon timothy, 9 16 ft 17;
alfalfa. $ l '2 Vj fj 1 X T. i.
f ruits and Vegetable.
Ivcal Jobbing quotation:
TROPICAL FItUlTo Oranee. alenclaa.
f 3 . r0 t 3 . per box; Mertterranean sweet.
J. to fx ;.T3; lemon. per box; ba
nanas, ic per pound; grapefruit, t4.&0r
--" : pineapples, ft 7c per pound.
VEOETA BLE-S Cucumber. Oregon, 40f
""o per dosen; artichokes, 7o per doxea; to
matoes, 11. sO per box; cabbage, lCMUe
per pound ; head lettuce. SI per crate;
spinach, ic per pound; rhubarb, 3 9 30
per pound; peas. 24c per pound; baans,
WSc per pound; green corn. 40 U 7Cc per
U BEEN KRl'ITS Cherriea. 4 fa Km; pound;
cantaloupes. ; 75 per crate; losanbeme.
7oc; raspberries. 11 U 1.10: currants. 7!e
$1 per crate; .apricot, fltf l.a. per box;
peaches. T'.rtxll per box; watermelons.
.1 2 e per ivnund: plums. $1.5 per box;
new apps. $ 1.7.". 3.50 pes box,
POTATOES New. 1 U 7 1 Vac per pound
ONiu.Nij Ychow-, flvl.Ou. teu, per
Ia try and Country Preduce.
Local Jobbing quotations:
K(iJS Oreaon ranch, buying prices: N. 1.
54c; No. J. r "c . No. 1. lie per dosen. Job
bing prlees no. 1, ziV?c per dosen.
POi l.TKY Hens. IHiU'ic; bmil-ri, It
:r; turkeys. ?ujjic: duck old, 10c; young,
1 3 r ; geese, nominal.
BUTTE H Creamery, prints, plain wrap
pers, 29c; carton. 30c per pound; cube, or
dinary. 72 ij 2 4c; fancy. He
CH KKc K Oregon triplet. Jobber buying
price. Uc per pound f. o. b. dock. Port
.and;Young Americas. 14o jacr pound.
VH.A1- Fancy, la-ttfllo per pound.
PORK-r-Block. toc per pound.
Local Jobbing ejuotattons:
SALMON Columbia River one-pound tails.
SZ.3o per dosen; half-pound flats, S1.0; one
pound f'.ata, 12.60; Alaska pink, one-pound
talla. $1 OS.
HONEY Choice, $J.S per case.
NUTS Wa:nuts. Ij4j:4c per pound; Bra
xll nuts. l.,c; filberts. 14fr:4c; almond. Is
ft lie; peanut. 6c; cocoanuta. $1 per do.;
pecan. ljt:oc; chestnuts, loc,
BEANS small white. 5.70c; large white.
He; Lima, 6-c; bayou, G.ftOc; pink. 4.tuc;
OFFEE Kosated. In drum. 11 Still Sc.
H I GAR Fruit and berry, S&.su; bt,
.70; extra c, $.40: powdered in , barrels,
$7.15; cube, tiarrels. $7 :tO.
SALT tiranulated. per ton; half-
grounds. lvOs. $10. i5 per ton; 0s, $11.30 per
ton; dairy. 914 per ton.
RICE -Southern head. HffSc; broken,
4 c per pound ; Japan sty It. t fr S e,
DRIED KlU'lTd Apple. c per pound;
apricot. 13 4i l.'rc; peaches. Sc; prune. U-.1-lans,
lt 9c; raisins, looae Muscatel. Ic; un
bleaehed Sultanas, 7c; aeeded. 9c; dates.
Persian. 10c per pound; fard. $1.4 per box;
Hope Wool. II Idea, Ete.-
ItOPS itia contract, nominal; 1914 crop,
13 'f l!Se per pound.
H1IF..H Sailed hide. , 14 He; salted ktp.
I.'e; salted calf. H; erren tildes. ; green
kip. 13; green calf, lc; dry bide. 24c; Ur
WOOL Eastern Oregon, medium, 2 j tjy
2Sc; Eastern Oregon, fine, UuM-se; Val
ley. 2 it 30c.
MOHAIR New ri:p. XO&Sle per pound.
CASi,ARA BARK Old and new, 44tiC
PELTS Dry long-woo.ei pelts. 15Hc: dry.
short-wooled pelts. 11 He: dry shearlings,
each. 10 y lie; salted ehearllnaa, each. lts
25c; dry coat, long hair, each. He; dry
goat, shearlings, earh. 10; 30c; salted long
wool pelt. May, $lt2 each.
GRAIN BAOS In car lots. lOIe; in
leaa than car lots, about He more.
H AM All sites. 17 HUH He; sklansd,
17Hilc; picnira, 12c; cottage roll, 16c;
bol e.!. 1 7 : 7c
BACON Fancy. 34y2tc; tndard, 33 9
23c; choice. 17; 21c; trip. 1 7o.
DRY SALT Short, clear barks. ISHOl&c;
exports. UStHOSc; plate. 1 1 u 1 2 He
LARD Tlerc basts, kettle rendered. 14c;
standard. l;c; compound. 14c.
BARREL HOODS Mesa beaf. t?4; plate
beef, ;: brisket pork. t?V.V; pickled pork
feet, $12.50; tripe. $9 SO-fr 1 1 50; tongues. $10,
KEROSENE Water white, druma. barreU
or tank wagon. ltc; special drum or bar
rels, ll'jr; cases. 17Hlr20Hc.
GASOLINE Hulk. 12c; cases. 19c; engine
dlaiillate. drums. 7Hc; casvs, Hv; naptna.
drums. 1 cases, lac.
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels. 77c: raw.
cases, ;c. boiicd, barr;a, c; boiled, caaea,
TURPENTINE In tank. lc; In cases.
ic; 10-caa lots, lo leaa.
WALLA WALLA YIKL19 19 REDl ( III)
lamage lora Heat 1 Not ienera la
WALLA VAI.!a., Witih , July 7. (Sp
clal.) Hot weatnrr ha cut Wall Wal s
estimated w heal told, but the amount w ill
rot 1,0 know n till after harvt?t. Around
Walla Willi the crop was It damaged
than elaewhere in the county. The dimiM
la mostly to the S;.rlng-isow n grain, as the
Fall-sown I juacttrally unhurt. Soma fieUla
will riot be cut. the grain he in a. to poor.
Into tliem the horse and cattle have been
Then corxlt lions, however, are not gen
ernl. The hoat that was lamed but very
little If at M Is very much In the majority,
so that etiniMtea of damaae. compared
with normal years, runs variously from lu
per cent up.
Miii h of the land which raised grain laat
year was put into iroi this year, which in -creates
the acreage, and will tend to hold
up the total yield.
Depp it- the damage, however, there Is less
gloom than there might otherwise be. te-i-a
use of the at Iff price now being quoted.
While not to be compared with tha hlxh
prices of the Spring, yet they are way above
the normal opening price in the valley, ani
above w hat It frequently la the year
through, so In dollars and cents, com pan d
to a norm-1 year, th farmer may break
cen or e?n c-me out ahead.
Cottage 4. rove Barley Cat In une.
COTTAOE ;ROVn, Or.. Juty 7. (Special.)
VI:h barley that was cut June 15 and will
go u to lushels to the acre. Flniey
Whlpps thinks ho is rush in the grain sea
son julte a little. This is the earliest that
he has ever heard of barley being cut In this
country. Many farmer are of the opinion
I ha t harlrv can not le grow n successful ly
here, and it was number of year before
Mr. Whlpps ventured to try the crop. H i
more than pleased and will hare an acreac
t ery i ear.
Iorane C he-ewe Bring Top Price.
coTTA.E finOVK, fr., July 7. "Special
Jer-e During mas in I'ortiend laat week
ttie disposition of at! produce of (be Lorane
r iiee- at the top market price. could
hae sot-! mnr If he hsd bd It to sell, ha
nid. Mr. Iar'ing ma! arrangement for
the dtspofittlon or all produc of the Lorane
C-Upraue Cuevit Company.
FRANCE IS SELLER
Liquidation of S'tocks Unset
tles Wall Street Market.
NEW LOW RECORDS MADE
Souchcrn Croup of ICnlluaja Mobt
AtJtcrocljr Arfccitrtl by For. 511
VnlottUliiff StrrI .More Mcadj
. TIiau Other leader.
EV YORK. July 7. Increased liquid
tlon. mainly for foreign Inter!, waa the
outstaading and dcpraslcg feature of to
dy actit tock market, with nw low
rrords in a number of h.sh-gtade tall w ay
!-ea Thi a-fiur.. accorumg t current r.
port, cam rhtef.y (rum London, but was
aid to b of 1 NBcli origin. It im unorstood
that lattf amount of Amnican t-eurtti
ha iKrfo he.d In London lor month past
.!. irrral for ll.a mad to I'ar.a btoktil
I In mniurv, ln duwaward tendency w a
arce,rratM ,y t nea a.taa aitaing from IM
iUaliun between tint country and (Germany.
As a w hole, share of ri. roads roitipr i
In th bout hern group must detal
affected. Umi..a r NtihUi.n u H
Points to lO-l. Atlantic i'oaat Una a points
to . Hanoi .'entral 7, to . anj iyuilirB
Ita4Wy preferred 4 S to 4 l. With the ex
cepn.n of Atlantic 't Ijh and Southern
lt4Bi.way IhrM price rprMOt lb- tow rat
quotations in man r ear a.
In audition t anadian Pacific and ft. Pau.
fe.i to new low .nr. of 141 aod re
spectively, w hit Mtaveourl pacific made
new minimum at 4-. Msri Pacifies In
creased weaknva w a the direct outcome of
tha company prupoiod capital readjust
ment, whictt i m i'4rs jU armtt wo
the common shares.
A!l parte of th list were affected In
greater or leaser dtrm, but I'niia-d Hi tee
Merl held more itrmiiy ihn any of the
lier, recovering hair of It 3-polnt loss.
Total sale were 1H0 larseat of any ecnt
day. agcreg attng H 7 . iKKi sharea.
Italiroad returns for Mav included Bur
lington net Increase of I ll.H. St. luia
a 1 ron Mountain s decrees of I JAi and
l.ttnois t'entral'a decreaao of $l5,vtk.
Europ' sale of our bond com intsed In
Iar olume. Total sales, par value, were
$J..eo. United tfteica bonda w cr un
changed on cait
CLOSINO STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Sales. Open. High. Us. b.4
A!.ka flold . 3.4-M r.s 37
A ma) Copper . 7.r.,i 74 H " - H " - H
Am . Heet' Sugar 3 00 48 47 4 T W
Am t a n ..... 44 H 45 H
Am Sm Rfg 7wk A
do pfd 1-H
Am Suear Ref . in? ih
Am Tr J & Tel 5. 1 1 H 1 ' 1 -
Am Tobacco . . 4 . vU J5
Anaconda Mln 54 H
At.-hiaon 4."0 1'xis, vw hih
llaito 4t Ohio... 3 7 7.H
Brook Rap Tr." tio S7li 7
Hr Rap Transit 3'- 7 l -7 f7
Can Pacific 14. Mm 14J H'K 14S
Central Ler . . . . -'.."O 41 H 4m 41
fheaa Ohio.. a.l.V'V 56 37H
"hl t-ir Win 11
h Mil Ae St P l?.-- JtoHj ;S "
hi A N W. . :.oo 1'.' 3 l.'I'i 121H
Chipo Copper.. r0 4 i 44' 44 H
Col Kuet a- Iron U.5 31 :i1 H
olo A- So 7
Denver A It 0 5
do pfd H
Diatil Sec .... 7. I no ?m -- ""- S
Erie 5 . 7 o o a V " H - " V
i:-n-r Electric 1 .-"1 1i7 14 ItCt
rent Nor pfd. 2 117H 11-t IUi
Or Nor c re fs S.Whi ;c. a, 34 H .t4 V
t.ugaenheim Ex 1.7n j ! ni
1 11 Central 1 .!"0 1 U 1 IKt 1 to
lnter-Mt pfd 7H
Inapira Cop.... 2.4AO HI :u- T
lot Harvester. . b ih ph
K C Southern. l.-wto 14 H 4' -44
l.ehlch Valley. 141 H 11 S 141 H
Louis A Nah.. 1 1 1 1 H 1""H J"
Mexican Pet .. d, 4 0.1 ?::s1 71 71 -V
liami Copp-r . 4.7i l1 .7 1'7 -4,
M K T 1.1mi s-, K
Miourl Pacific 15, Km 4 Si 4
Nat HiMult 317
Nat Lead vrvo rt'.'H H
Nev.id. fopper. 5oi US 1 4 H 1H
N V Central... 3.4m hh H 7 H
N Y. NU At II l.!O.I HIV, V-'V Jl?4a
Nor A Western . "" 1 V S H
Nor Pacific... .3m lo jot Jo.ih
Pacific Mill . . . y.5--o :ij H 51 H 31
Pac Te e Tel l'lH
Pf nmy lvjr.i .. 5-"0 1.". 1 loi
Pullman Pal Car :' 155 3-H l"
Rav ion Cop.. S.4m l'(H 21 H
K-adtnx S.;..no 147' 14-H 14H
((p Iron a Steel 1.1 o-J -J .
lto it Uland H
lo Pfd H
P'Usk d pfd . . . 7
So 1'i.r Ific 3T"fl ftd H i H fr-1
SoU Railwey.... 7.cm 1 .-, ft
Tennne Cop l.OoQ 1$ 55 2&
Tessa Com 1"
Union Pacific. . 1'1.1'mi 1 l.'4
do pfd s
U S Steel 73."oo A.I r.s 1 T
do pfd ro oiH 1H 3-a
T'lh Copper.. . 15.0shj e7 ti5 1 GO S
War. ash pfd H
w-t Union .... i.io etH en aa
Weetint Elec. 2 -J IX ' J H tH lH
No-,i power. .. . ! 4s 4 44
Total sales for the day. 557. 000 sharea.
V s Ref ?s. reg. M;Nor Pac s fH
do coupon.... f7 do 3 '-V
IT K 3s. re 100. pac T at T :...
do roupn....l''flW Penn con 4 S - . I2
V H 4m irft.....fl So Pac ref -la... 4
do coupon .... 1 loH do con v 3.... H
Am Smelters i.l',SS Union !' 4... 14
Atch gen dl eonr 4s....
D At It O r 5a. b 'IV L" 8 Steel 5....1"1S
N Y C gn 1"5-. J
Money, Kxebange. Kt.
NEW TOEK. July T. Mercantile paper.
3 IT -IS ter rent.
tterlltig. w-day iIH. 4 7t per cent; de
mand. 4.TW.; e Abies. 4.7750.
Bar stiver. 47Ac; Mexican dollar. 37e.
Ciovernment bond eteady; railroad bonds
lire u lor.
Time loan steady: W day. Z H per cent:
tV dn vs. -, per cent; aix month. 3 tf 3 H
Call money tdy; lilvh. 2 per rent;
low, 1H Pr rent; rultnsT rate. 1H per cent;
last loan. J per rent : cloning bid. 1 S per
cent ; offered at per cent.
HAX FRANCIPCO. July T Mexican dol
lar. 47 4 c : draft. tht, 3 per rent : do.
telegraph. 4H Pr cent. Hterlinr. CO day.
4.7J; demand. 4.77 H : cable. 4.7H.
TON'DON, July 7. Bar silver. 22 1 l-.d
pr ounrt. Money, '-j per rent ; discount
ratea, short bllla and 3 months. 4 0 H
Indoa IHtorke More Active.
UNlxN. July 7. In the American de
partment of the stock mar ket t her waa
s.iahtiy better buatn , wtth pci'-cs a abade
under the New ork closing of yeeteruwy.
Canadian Pacific eh aren, hower. were
steady. A f urt her batch of cold bond
was eo Id and will Increaa the aitipment on
WHEAT BUYERS IN RUSH
MIICM.O MAHKKT HAS MVCLY
I PWARI) S .G.
Kb. tire Inter Crop) Belt Stiffen Krosn
Iely In Moveaaent of New Crop
CHICAC.O, July 7. ln!rtip rain over
the harvent fields of the West gave the
wheat market tndav a lively upward swing.
The close was steady. 1H to 2 S above laat
night. Corn wound up with a gain of S W
He to c. snd oats of He to He pro
v islons finished at 2 H to $ He net de
cline. Rushes to buy wheat were of such violence
at the start that in some cases the Jul
opt ion ahowed a Jump of 4 cent a. Ac
eordin to h.gh authority, the entire Vln
ter crop tie it was uf ferine from t he delay
In the movement of new wheet, and also be.
cause of the Impaired quality of a large pro
portion of the grain
The world avai-abl supply total showed
substantial Increase against a big fall
ing off at th correspond in g time a ) ear
t orn was firm r.e rlv the w hole session,
owing; to th undesirable cold weather.
Oat, like w hrat. roa on account of fear
that the July delivery would become per
haps altogether an old crop problem. The
seaboard sent word f 15o.ooo bushel of
new oats fatten for export.
I nuul!y persistent liquidating a a lee by
holders brought about a notable break In
quotations of pork. In rd and rl -s. At one
time pork waa down $1.17 b barrel, com-
Portland Union Stock
Dated July 1, 1915 Due July 1, 1918
Th Trust Indenture provide that the Stockyards
Company shall not iwue. guarantee or endorse any
bonds, debentures, long-time notes or aimiiar serurities
or mortgage any f its property hile thcae notes are
.outstanding; and that, in rasa ihe company does so
mortgage it property or subjects it to any lien which
might otherwise have precedence over these notes, this
Indenture shall be deemed a prior mortgage upon all
its real property and these notes shall immediately be
. come due and payable.
Price: Par and accrued interest to yield 6r,'o
Lumbermens Trust Company
Fifth and Stark
Bar.4 srllh last sight. In this conx-tlid
th.rs sr.r. rigurva at hand M. h she 1
ho. slaashi.nng of tar. t. b.v. bn much
hr.vi.r thaa a year ago.
Lsadlng futurra raniM mm foiioaa:
Opn. II th
l IS !
. l.u: 1 ; "
. .tj .t:.s
. -0, .4a
1 o: el 1,
.i iz i tj mi
.! ao i a- ii ;
BH. . ,
10.30 14 JO SO
I". ml. 10. H lll.v.
asri prl-ea mr.:
Vh-ai No. ; r4. old. tl.OJ; No. J hard.
oii. si. 11 ni. j:.
-orn .So. ifllii, TC9"c; No. 4 et
Timothy J... Ti tr .
riov.r M Ti 12 :i.
Primary rH-lpts VSat. 3t4.vOA va
1.3?.imo bushels; com. 7J.i'Wi a. 4t?.0o0
bush.ls; oala, t'.Z.fto it. Itl.lvt bush. a!
Hrtipm.nta WIk-ii. JuR.mm s. att.sow bush
.Ts: corn. 44.ohi v.. Ai.otKl buali.ia; call,
JtVOOS u lit ! bush. la.
1'iMraatn h.at. :;;..u0 bush. Is; corn.
ao bu.h.ls; oats. ((4.U00 buliis. flour,
Forrlgsi Crala Markns.
LONDON. July 7. Cargo, on paaaag.
Wrw-at. unchanged to 4-1 higher; com, 3d
1.IVKHPOOU July J. Wheat. Hd to Id
higher; c-orn. unrtisocej lo Ss higher; oata.
BfKXO-l AIRE?. July
changsd; com. . higher.
Vlanes polls Crala Marties.
MIXNEAIHI.IS, July 7. Wheat July
I.-'T'; r-entemoer. f 1 f3", : No. 1 hard.
I.4IS.: No. I northern. l.30 . 1.40H ; No
rth.rn. a 1 .7
:s i. .us.
Kastersi irala Markets.
HT I.OL'I. Julr . Wheat closed: July.
II S 1"1: beptember. c ssked; Uscem
KANHAR CITT. July 1 Wheat closed:
July. S103S; trplember. lc; laecember,
IHXITH, July 7. Wheat cloe.d: Julr.
II 3: tieptcmbsr. II. oj V asked; Isecetnbcr.
11 Oil. bid.
WlVXimn. Jily I Wbral rloMd : Jul.
I1.:S a.kej; October, II :,; ln-cember.'
t.rals at Naa raaM-lae.
SAN VII Xi'l"0. July 7 Spot ouota-
tior. Wa.;a. 1147 a l.il; red Ttu.sian.
II TI I.I t : Toisv-v red. Il.loul 11:
blueatem. li;iM(rt: feed barer. Illw
l.nTH ; whtio oats. 11.43 . e l.4"; bran. 1:7
aH: middanga. Ilinli; shorts. :i,:l 10.
Paget Moaad Orals llarket.
PKATT1.I--. July 7 Wheat Itlueat.m.
II o.'.: Turkey red. II; fortyfold. Psc; ciuh.
IM..-; C.fe, lr; Itrd Ituaslan, 4r; bar:ey. t-1
per ton. "Iesterv!aya car receipts: Wheat,
12; oats, 1J; barley. 9: hay. 44 ; flour, a.
TACOMA, July 7. Wheat R!aeatem.
II !; fort?fold, to;: c'.ub. 1: red fife, ti
ajftl-c; ml. ling red Ku.alaa, sec
Iadosl T4'4a4 Nales.
IjiXpOX, July T. At Ihs wool snctlon
antes ttMl.y su4ki bales wer. offered. mo.t;y
New "-lnde. There was a strong demand
for good rta, but Inferior stock sat hea-y.
Slips rule! Irrearulir. wlta t-n-es littla
chenged from the Inst sale. bVoured me.
rinoa realiKoa i-l snd greasy crosabrcda
Ton K. July T. Copper steady;
el-rlrolytlc. SO. IS O i-O.iOc
l-tl .xchaog o notes tla at
Metal eschsng, quotes load S.
Soelree not qtsoteeL
a-r AMCxan it ojajon ten B g v. H T
COOS BAY LINE
alla Kress Alaasvwrth Dec la. fertlsas.
very tssra4sy al A. H. s-'relsbt a ad
TtcLet ftlcw. Ats.eeerth bsw-lu frssMtaa
Mala aslOU. A tl City Ticket oaiee.
B-O tb c rb.se. tlsrmhsll OAoo. A I3U
I'UMILAMJ sk COOS BAY ft. fs. U.Ma
tWIIkwat Ckaaas ta llasato
S. S. ROSE CITY
alla r'rosa Alaayi.rtla Dsrk
A. M. Ji LV 11.
lOOUslaes M lies
All Hatea Isc-lual.
Kcrtbs mm lira Is.
T able sad cr lc
?" ".""aelae e fortlssd S. S,
--r 1 b I r a mmm Mashls(t.. bta.
imtth t.-V. R. S. t., Mr..
saajr 40O0. A IU
Cenpasnle Gear rale TraSMtasatloJe.
Salnjs roni KEW YORK to EORDEAUX
ROCHAM0E.VU ....July 17. 3 I M.
NIAGARA July 21. 3 I'. M.
CII1CVGO July 31. 3 l M.
VOR INFORMATION arrtt
. C. M . mlsgvr. at b sCi A. It. t uiim.
JM atrt.. aw aa. laikc, I. a, A ai,
bbietooa. AM u .t. : As. IlkkM, Sis U wM -augtoa
4.j ortb llaaa sliasu. tta sad .
sa. . ai, atca-sxlsaie), rd sad lta.kuaiea
Aa.t I U. liuilj. Lit id sA, i-sTtlss4.
Throuh tho Panamn Canal
TO M.H VIIHK 1 I AM.l.l.Iji
AMI MAN 111 !...
jivvA tons dlspla-.mem
srwss S. r rantlK. Irons lo. Angeles
JULY 10 JULY 11
AHi. S At 4
Aful eerv third week Ihrr.ali.r
Vlrsi. labia 0 1 '3 up. lnl.rm.aiat. mm up.
Panama Pacific Line
CI srrass Ae reattle.
Local Hail or frtraaiiii(i JWiirtita.
I.IRtKl AM) hAN llt.(l(0
SS. SANTA CLARA
"sila Natarday. July IS. S I. M.
fAXTA FAIlPARA, !. A Nl.KI.KS
AND t-A.N l-u.;.
Sails Wednesday, July It. I. M.
NORTH rAtlUC STKAMII1P CO.
Ticket Orfics j Freight Office
133A Id St i Foot Northrun ft.
atala 1114. A 1314 I lid.yt.ii. A 14.1
Nortrh Bank Rail
26 Hours Ocean Sail
S-Ueca. lrii..-rH-r.. sa.tva.t
oS. "liRCtT NOKTIII HX
ba. .ollllllK .AtlllL"
EeT Taeeday. Tburaday and Saturdaj.
Fteamer train learss NonS UanK si. net
m-i A. M.; lunrh auoard ship, bi, arrives
baa A- aac.se J.JJ f. 14. aaat day.
tH-MlMI btHVlrC AT KREIOIIT KATE.
NOBTH BANK TICK1TT OlllCK.
rbeaea: tsdwy. Ms. A sell Urn and Clark.
a& sssa Honolulu and South Seas
lllWllI UM ( IS 4.r Slkl TlBO
"VEinTRA" "'SONOMA" "SIERRA'
lT.tuV-los aaa-Kiral 8le.aaei.-i Rated Llo.l. lis) All
513) Eonolula fSmcS!m 5j-y. 5337iJ
For Honolulu Ju'v 20. Aug " 1 7 - 3
For rldn.y Aur. . A uc. II
OCKANir CTU tM-iHIP CO.
7s Market M ) 1 ram-lr-o.
Harkins Transportation Co.
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