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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER n, 15.
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FBI PORT TO PORT
Roanoke Has a Busy Day in Bay
65c per Box
MANZANITA'S SERVICE ENDS
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The steamer Roanoke came down from
Portland early yesterday morning,
bound for San Francweo and San redro.
She touched at the Callemler pier where
ISO tons of shoots, shingles and shop
goods went awaiting her, and would have
loaded them, but her passengers put up
a roar about the delay, and her offi
cers, being good steamship men and
thoroughly on to their job, declined the
freight and proceeded down the bay,
but lo! upon approaching the bar, it
was found to be breaking badly, quite
too badly for a steamer like the Roa
noke, so there was nothing to do but
run back to the dock and wait Back
she came and tied up for the afternoon,
and incidentally, while she was lying
there, just to keep the hands busy, as
it were, she took on 120 tons of shooks,
723,000 shingles and 15 tons of miscel
laneous stuff, and then went away on
the last of the ebb at 6 o'clock. Nothing
like accommodating your passengers, you
The following from last evening Tele
gram, at Portland, has an authoritative
ound and is plausible, as well:
"E-en though the sunken lighthouse
tender Manzanita, is raised, she will
never again ply the waters of the rest
lees Pacific in the service fo Uncle Sara,
for it has been practically determined
the repairs needed on the craft to re
place her in condition for operation, to
gether with the expenditures for bring
ing her to the usrface again will ap
proximate $40,000 and as a new vessel
suitable for the needs of this district
eaa be constructed for about $65,000, a
strong recommendation will go to Wash
ington that the latter plan be adopted.
"IL F. Gregg, superintendent of con
struction for the lighthouse department,
with headquarters at Washington, who
was aboard the Manzanita when she
went down, is in Portland gathering in
formation with regard to new vessels.
The idea being worked on now is to
build a steam schooner with her ma
chinery amidships and to have one of
about 160 fet long; 30 feet beam and
12 feet depth of hold. The machinery
of the Manzanita will be used, provid
ing it is recovered before badly dam
aged, and there is other equipment that
would be of value in the new tender,
although such furniMiings as bedding
and light gear will be destroyed in the
water. Mr. Gregg thinks that the rais
ing of the Manzanita would be a com
paratively easy task, as hhe lies in good
fater where the bottom is hard, and
with the aid of barges, he opines the
craft could be shifted on tides so that
in the course of two or three' days she
doul.d be. beached. , . 1 ,
i "There is a hole four feet by seven
led in her slnrlioard sire, on a line per-
ndicular with the mainmast, and a
art of the glaring apcture is above the
aU r line. It is thought that tliis could
Ije patched so she plight be towed to
a. handy point for dismantling. The
Manzanita was built in 1879 at Balti
more,' Mr., at a coht of over $50,000,
and in 1 Hit" an additional $.'10,000 was
spent in repairs. Smaller sums were ex
landed in other years, and at the time
of being wrecked, she had been the
cause of disbursements aggregating
The steamship Inmum, whose master,
Captain Pemberthy, started the recent
controversy over the available water on
the Columbia river bar, is in another
mess, as the following from last night's
Portland Telegram indicates in the fol
lowing statement, ancnt her attempted
departure from Portland yesterday:
"Ill-luck attended the efforts of the
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Th best In the
as a tun r
543 Bond Street Opp. Rosa, Hlgglni & Co.
master of the British steamer linaum to
;et lier started on the present voyage
drawing, 25.7 feet of water, for soon
jlter 'departing from the harbor this
.nornig she went - aground, below the
Ubina ferry, the vessel wa cleared
it the custom 1hum with a cargo valued
it $152,972, of which 13,!Ki7 barrels of
.lour were appraised at $4o,3tf2 and 143,
440 bushels of wheat at $107,580. Tile
iiiiaum is the vessel whR-h the bar pil
ots referred to in the ntuti.ni not to
toad her below the 24 foot mark, but as
it was shown other steamers had pass
ed out to mm with a greater draft, no
ear was felt for the liiuuiu. It is ex
isted she can make her own way down
the river on the tides without further
trouble when once released from her
About sundown yesterday evening a
three matted schooner was sighted off
the bar, but her flag and numbers could
not be made out She aeented to be in
good condition, but weather-beaten, and
the hope i abroad, she hay prove to
be the schooner Guide, that sailed from
San Francisco for Tillamook Bay in com
pany with the Oakland, and from whom
she separated during the recent gale and
whose captain expressed the fear, while
in this port a few days ago, that the
Guide has been lost with all hands.
Daylight today may verify the conclu
sion that it is the Guide.
The sea raft from Stella is, In all
probability, a fixture on the 'Young's
Bay spit for the winter. Manager J. M.
Ayera, of the company owning it, says
the concern may send down aiU own
dredge and try to dislodge and float it,
and, pending the success of such an of
fort, he is aranging to drive two heavy
dolphins near by to which it may he
made fat when floated. That It will
be towed to San Francisco before spring
opens is not probable. '
From steamer men who have kept a
sharp eye on the stranded light ship
on Peacock spit, the past few day it
is evident the labor of kedging her over
the sands into Baker's Buy is slow and
severe, and shows but little progress so
far. Yesterday the blocks through which
the wire cable is served aboard the
stranded vessel, colhipscd under the
strain of the haul and new ones will be
supplied today. The work will be kept
up so long as the weather remains pro
pitious. The steamship Columbia doeked at the
O. 11. & N. piers yesterday morning at
9:30 o'clock and got away at two hours
later for Portland. She posited the
spot of the St. Paul's wreck lefore dawn
and no observations of the unlucky
steamer could be made.
The steamer Eureka was an early ar
rival from San Franriseo yesterday and
proceeded to Portland without stopping
The Lurline wa a little late in get
ting away from Portland last night, on
aicount of the heavy line of freight,
but she had a big list of passengers,
among whom were: Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
McGregor and children; Mrs. E. Y.
Moore, C. Burton, L. Wie, J. W. Whal-!
ley, R W. Anderson, L. A. Loomin,
Miss Florence Fowler, R. D. Rhodes and
A. Anderson. ,
The Pilot schooner Joseph Pulitzer
came down the river under tow of the
Oklahama, yesterday morning. Her new
fore and main masts were in the steps,
but unrigged as yet. Her topmast will
be fitted at once, the gear set up and
her sails bent, and she will go into
commission on the Columbia river bar
at the earliest possible moment.
The steamer Oklahama came down
yesterday morning with tv.o ' , the
Pulitzer and the schooner Xoki , the
latter sea bound with C50.000 feet of
lumber for San. Pedro. The Oklahama
will leave back for Portland early this
li.orning with the British ship Cumulate
on the towline.
The following 'affects the list of
light, buoys and day 111 arks Pacific
coast, 1905, Thirteenth District, Oregon.
I Yaquaina Bay, page 48. Beacons 8, 10,
and 12 were carried away October 6.
They w ill be replaced as soon as practicable.
The steamship Aragonla, well known
here, left Honolulu, II. I., on last Fri
day, for San Fram-lsco, ami after dis
charging a heavy consignment of freight
at that port, will clear for Portland,
ami is due to arrive here about the 20th
The steamer Wasp the new lumber lin
er came down from Rainier with 0,
000 feet of lumlier and picked up 430t
(HX feet more at Wetiort. She i
bound for lluencnte, California.
The steamer Rcdomto Is due down
from Portland at ? o'clock this morning.
She will dk at the O. R. 1 X. pier
for a big shipment of oyster, for San
The steamer Telegraph will make a
special trip tomorrow in order to ac
commodate people who wish to take in
the last day of the fair at Portland.
The steam schooner Daisy Mitchell
came down froiu Westport, lumber laden,
for San Francisco, at 4 p. m. yesterday.
The lighthouse tender Columbine re
turned to this port from I'ntatilla reef,
The Harvest Queen is due here this
morning from Portland with a square-rigger.
RAIN STOPS GAaTE.
Philadelphia and New York Retted Yes
terdayOther Sporting Events.
Philadelphia, Oct 11. The third game
of the world championship baseball ser
ies was prevented today on account of
rain. The teams will play here tomor
row. Pacific Coast League.
Portland, IVt. 11. Portland, 0; Oak
land 0. Came called in the fifth inning
ou account of rain.
San Francisco, Oct. 11. Sun Francis.
co, 2; Seattle, 1.
Los Angeles, tVt. 11. Ixm Angeles, 6;
Football Results Yesterday.
Princeton, Oct. 11. Princeton, 2;
Annapolis, Oct. 11. Xavy, 17; Johns,
Philadelphia, Oct. 11. Pennsylvania,
38; Franklin and Marshall, 0.
Cambridge, Oct. 11. Yale, 29; Spring
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Prospective travelers desiring In for.
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routes are Invited to correspond with
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lit Third St, Portland. Ore.
J. C. LINDSEY, Trav. Passenger Agent,
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PAUL- B. THOMPSON, Paes'gr. Agent,
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Don't let the children suffer. If they
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The steamer Telegraph will make a
special run between Portland and As
toria tomorrow (Friday) to accommo
date those, who desire to visit the fair
before it closes.
The Astorian, 75c per month.
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Out of Date Plumbing is Unhealthy '
If your plumbing is out
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Let us examine the condition of your
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