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LOG BOOK – JUNE 15th 1903 TO JANUARY 19th 1904


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commissioned alongside dock navy yard mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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15 June 1903


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mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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15 June 1903


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16 June 1903

alongside dock mare island californmia

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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16 June 1903


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alongside dock navy yard mare island calalifornia

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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17 June 1903

coal: 303 tons. -


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navy yard mare island cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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18 June 1903

coal: 397 tons 1120 lbs -


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navy yard mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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19 June 1903


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20 June 1903

mare island

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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20 June 1903


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21 June 1903

navy yard mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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21 June 1903


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22 June 1903

navy yard mare is california

Lat -4.6, Long 55.5


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22 June 1903


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23 June 1903

in dry dock mare island cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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23 June 1903


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24 June 1903

in dry dock mare island cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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24 June 1903


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25 June 1903

alongside coal llocks mare island cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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25 June 1903


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26 June 1903

navy yard mare is cal

Lat -4.6, Long 55.5


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26 June 1903

coal: 12 tons - Engaged in coaling ship. Took on board 12 tons.

At 8:45 Started dock trial with starboard engine. Stopped at 11.25.

At 1.40 Started dock trial with port engine. Stopped at 4.25.

At 6.50 unmoored ship and moved to new position alongside of the dock.


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27 June 1903

navy yard saturday june 27th mare island calif

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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27 June 1903

P. Rush (PM) - Absentee at 9.30 P. Rush (Pvt)

C. B. Atwood (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

L. D. Voss (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

P. J. Gorman (Cox) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

T. Gyles (Oiler) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

W. I. Leabo (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

J. Hayes (Cox) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

T. C. Mortimer (GunM 3c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

C. Peterson (GunM 2c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

B. C. Richtors (Cox) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

C. Smidder (QM 3c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

G. Stevens (QM 3c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

C. H. Mosher (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

J. Weiss (BoxM 2c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

C. W. Condelatte (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

C. D. Cass (GunM 3c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

J. Gubel (BosM 2c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

R. B. Hamilton (Elec 3c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

C. H. Ingles (Ch Mach) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

J. J. Lynch (Ch Yeo) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

J. N. Murphy (Elec 3c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

P. C. Peters (Ch Yeo) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.

C. Roberts (Cox) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, the following men with their bags, hammocks, and necessary papers:- C. B. Atwood, C.P.; L. D. Voss, C.P.; P. J. Gorman, Cox; T. Gyles, Oiler; J. Hayes, Cox; W. I. Leabo, C. P.; T. C. Mortimer, G. M. 3cl., C. Peterson, G. M. 2nd cl; B. C. Richtors, Cox; C. Smidder, Q. M. 3rd cl; G. Stevens, Q. M. 3cl; J. Weis, B. M. 2nd Cl; C. H. Mosher, C. P.; C. W. Condelatte, C. P.; C. D. Cass, G. M. 3rd cl; J. Gubel, B. M. 2nd cl; R. B. Hamilton; Elec, 3rd cl; C. H. Ingles, Ch. Mac; J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo; J. N. Murphy, Elec 3rd cl; P. C. Peters. Ch. Yeo; C. Roberts, Cox.


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28 June 1903

navy yard sunday june 28th mare island cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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28 June 1903


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29 June 1903

navy yard mare island cal monday june 29 1903

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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29 June 1903


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30 June 1903


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30 June 1903

navy yard mare island cal tuesday june 30 1903

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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30 June 1903



LOGS FOR JULY 1903


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1 July 1903

navy yard mare island cal wednesday july 1 1903 and underway

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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1 July 1903

san pablo bay and underway

Lat 44.9, Long 37.3


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underway and at anchor off san francisco

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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1 July 1903


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2 July 1903

at anchor off san francisco and underway for trial

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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2 July 1903


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3 July 1903


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3 July 1903


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at anchor san francisco cal

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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4 July 1903

J. W. Wilson (CP) - By order of the Captain, placed J. W. Wilson, (C.P.) under sentry's charge for safe keeping and to await further action for returning drunk from liberty.

At 8:00 full dressed ship.

R. C. Julian (App 2c) - Absentees at 9.30 as follows:- Julian, R. C. (A 2 C) 6 days. Hayes, J. (Cox'n) 5 daysl Arthur J. M. (Prv't) 6 days. Bailey, R. (Prv't) 6 days. Kaine, R. (Prvt) 6 days. Monti, E. C. (S. C 4C) 3 days, Williams, E. S. (C. P.) 1 day. Schearer, P. M. (A 2 C), Weers, C. P. (A 2 C0, Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Hilschen J. (Fire 2c.).

J. Hayes (Cox) - Absentees at 9.30 as follows:- Julian, R. C. (A 2 C) 6 days. Hayes, J. (Cox'n) 5 daysl Arthur J. M. (Prv't) 6 days. Bailey, R. (Prv't) 6 days. Kaine, R. (Prvt) 6 days. Monti, E. C. (S. C 4C) 3 days, Williams, E. S. (C. P.) 1 day. Schearer, P. M. (A 2 C), Weers, C. P. (A 2 C0, Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Hilschen J. (Fire 2c.).

J. M. Arthur (PM) - Absentees at 9.30 as follows:- Julian, R. C. (A 2 C) 6 days. Hayes, J. (Cox'n) 5 daysl Arthur J. M. (Prv't) 6 days. Bailey, R. (Prv't) 6 days. Kaine, R. (Prvt) 6 days. Monti, E. C. (S. C 4C) 3 days, Williams, E. S. (C. P.) 1 day. Schearer, P. M. (A 2 C), Weers, C. P. (A 2 C0, Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Hilschen J. (Fire 2c.).

R. Bailey (PM) - Absentees at 9.30 as follows:- Julian, R. C. (A 2 C) 6 days. Hayes, J. (Cox'n) 5 daysl Arthur J. M. (Prv't) 6 days. Bailey, R. (Prv't) 6 days. Kaine, R. (Prvt) 6 days. Monti, E. C. (S. C 4C) 3 days, Williams, E. S. (C. P.) 1 day. Schearer, P. M. (A 2 C), Weers, C. P. (A 2 C0, Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Hilschen J. (Fire 2c.).

R. Kaine (PM) - Absentees at 9.30 as follows:- Julian, R. C. (A 2 C) 6 days. Hayes, J. (Cox'n) 5 daysl Arthur J. M. (Prv't) 6 days. Bailey, R. (Prv't) 6 days. Kaine, R. (Prvt) 6 days. Monti, E. C. (S. C 4C) 3 days, Williams, E. S. (C. P.) 1 day. Schearer, P. M. (A 2 C), Weers, C. P. (A 2 C0, Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Hilschen J. (Fire 2c.).

E. C. Monti (Steerage Cook 4c) - Absentees at 9.30 as follows:- Julian, R. C. (A 2 C) 6 days. Hayes, J. (Cox'n) 5 daysl Arthur J. M. (Prv't) 6 days. Bailey, R. (Prv't) 6 days. Kaine, R. (Prvt) 6 days. Monti, E. C. (S. C 4C) 3 days, Williams, E. S. (C. P.) 1 day. Schearer, P. M. (A 2 C), Weers, C. P. (A 2 C0, Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Hilschen J. (Fire 2c.).

P. M. Schearer (App 2c) - Absentees at 9.30 as follows:- Julian, R. C. (A 2 C) 6 days. Hayes, J. (Cox'n) 5 daysl Arthur J. M. (Prv't) 6 days. Bailey, R. (Prv't) 6 days. Kaine, R. (Prvt) 6 days. Monti, E. C. (S. C 4C) 3 days, Williams, E. S. (C. P.) 1 day. Schearer, P. M. (A 2 C), Weers, C. P. (A 2 C0, Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Hilschen J. (Fire 2c.).

C. P. Weers (App 2c) - Absentees at 9.30 as follows:- Julian, R. C. (A 2 C) 6 days. Hayes, J. (Cox'n) 5 daysl Arthur J. M. (Prv't) 6 days. Bailey, R. (Prv't) 6 days. Kaine, R. (Prvt) 6 days. Monti, E. C. (S. C 4C) 3 days, Williams, E. S. (C. P.) 1 day. Schearer, P. M. (A 2 C), Weers, C. P. (A 2 C0, Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Hilschen J. (Fire 2c.).

E. S. Williams (CP) - Absentees at 9.30 as follows:- Julian, R. C. (A 2 C) 6 days. Hayes, J. (Cox'n) 5 daysl Arthur J. M. (Prv't) 6 days. Bailey, R. (Prv't) 6 days. Kaine, R. (Prvt) 6 days. Monti, E. C. (S. C 4C) 3 days, Williams, E. S. (C. P.) 1 day. Schearer, P. M. (A 2 C), Weers, C. P. (A 2 C0, Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Hilschen J. (Fire 2c.).

J. I. Kinder (CP) - Absentees at 9.30 as follows:- Julian, R. C. (A 2 C) 6 days. Hayes, J. (Cox'n) 5 daysl Arthur J. M. (Prv't) 6 days. Bailey, R. (Prv't) 6 days. Kaine, R. (Prvt) 6 days. Monti, E. C. (S. C 4C) 3 days, Williams, E. S. (C. P.) 1 day. Schearer, P. M. (A 2 C), Weers, C. P. (A 2 C0, Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Hilschen J. (Fire 2c.).

J. Hilscher (Fire 2c) - Absentees at 9.30 as follows:- Julian, R. C. (A 2 C) 6 days. Hayes, J. (Cox'n) 5 daysl Arthur J. M. (Prv't) 6 days. Bailey, R. (Prv't) 6 days. Kaine, R. (Prvt) 6 days. Monti, E. C. (S. C 4C) 3 days, Williams, E. S. (C. P.) 1 day. Schearer, P. M. (A 2 C), Weers, C. P. (A 2 C0, Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Hilschen J. (Fire 2c.).

At 12:00 fired a national salute of 21 guns. The U.S.S. Wyoming, also fired a salute of 21 guns.

J. W. Wilson (CP) - By order of Com'd'g. Officer J. W. Wilson (C.P.) was released from under sentry's charge. Kinder, J. R. (C.P.) returned from liberty 4 1/2 hrs. overtime and drunk.

J. I. Kinder (CP) - By order of Com'd'g. Officer J. W. Wilson (C.P.) was released from under sentry's charge. Kinder, J. R. (C.P.) returned from liberty 4 1/2 hrs. overtime and drunk.


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at anchor off san francisco cal

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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5 July 1903


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at anchor off san francisco cal

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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6 July 1903


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at anchor off san francisco mare island calif

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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7 July 1903


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alongside dock mare island cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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8 July 1903


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alongside dock mare island cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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9 July 1903

Rigged ship for coaling.

coal: 35 1/2 tons - All hands coaling ship form 8:10 to 11:45 when had received 35 1/2 tons.

USS Perry - At 9:00 the U.S.T.B. Perry went alongside the sea wall near the "Lawton" and at 9:30 the U.S.T.B. Paul Jones went alongside the "Perry."

USS Paul Jones - At 9:00 the U.S.T.B. Perry went alongside the sea wall near the "Lawton" and at 9:30 the U.S.T.B. Paul Jones went alongside the "Perry."

coal: 15 tons 894 lbs - Coaling ship from 1:00 to 3:00 when had received for the watch 15 tons 894 lbs., total 50 tons 2014 lbs.

coal: 50 tons 2014 lbs -


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navy yard mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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10 July 1903

M. Becker (BosM 2c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

D. Sullivan (fire 1c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

J. O'Leary (GunM 1c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

G. B. Melvin (Lds) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

E. B. Frederisckson (Blksmth) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

E. D. Myrick (Ch GunM 1c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

J. F. Kinder (Fire 2c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

P. H. Shearer (App 2c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

C. P. Weers (App 2c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

J. Hilscher (Fire 2c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

M. M. Lawrence (MAA 3c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

J. Dunn (Blksmth) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

E. Miller (Fire 1c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

C. C. Supplee (CP) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

C. Gass (GunM 3c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

C. Dauskardt (Bugler) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

J. Gubel (BosM 2c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

C. B. Richtors (Cox) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

C. L. Roberts (Cox) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

F. G. Anderson (Oiler) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

B. F. Ferris (Fire 2c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

T. C. Mortimer (GunM 3c) - At 9:00, had mast, and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments, Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) 5 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. Sullivan, D. (Fir. 1 cl.) 5 hrs. overtime 1 2d class & 5 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C.) - 59 hrs. overtime - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Melvin, G. B. (Lds.) 33 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Frederickson, E. B. (B. Smith) 1 hr. overtime - 2d cl, & 1 hr. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) 7 hrs. overtime, 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty, Kinder J. F. (F. 2c) 4 1/2 hrs. overtime & drunk. - 3d class & 4 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. H. (A. 2 C.) 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Weers, C. P. (A. 2 C.) - 24 hrs. overtime - 3d class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hilscher, J. (F. 2 C.) 6 1/2 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty, Lawrence, M. M. (M. A. 3 C.) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & e hrs. extra duty. Dunn J. (B. Smith.) - 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, E. (F. 1 cl.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Supplee, C. C. (C.P.) 31 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty, Gass, C. (G. M. 3 C.) 6 hrs. overtime - 2d cl. & 6 hrs. extra duty; Dauskardt, C. (Bugler) 14 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 12 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B. M. 2c) 6 hrs overtime - 2d class & 6 hrs. extra duty; Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Richtors, C. B. (Cox'n) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty; Anderson, F. G. (Oiler) 3 hrs. overtime - 2d class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Ferris, B. F. (F 2C.) 56 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs extra duty; Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C.) 29 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

E. C. Monti (Steerage Cook 4c) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, Absentees:- Monti, (S.C. 4C.); Robinson, T. H. R. (C.P.), Williams, M. H. (C. P.); Harper, C. (C. P.); Takahashi, S. (M. Att.) Arnold, T. (Prv't).

M. H. Williams (CP) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, Absentees:- Monti, (S.C. 4C.); Robinson, T. H. R. (C.P.), Williams, M. H. (C. P.); Harper, C. (C. P.); Takahashi, S. (M. Att.) Arnold, T. (Prv't).

T. H. R. Robinson (CP) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, Absentees:- Monti, (S.C. 4C.); Robinson, T. H. R. (C.P.), Williams, M. H. (C. P.); Harper, C. (C. P.); Takahashi, S. (M. Att.) Arnold, T. (Prv't).

C. Harper (CP) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, Absentees:- Monti, (S.C. 4C.); Robinson, T. H. R. (C.P.), Williams, M. H. (C. P.); Harper, C. (C. P.); Takahashi, S. (M. Att.) Arnold, T. (Prv't).

S. Takahashi (M. Att.) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, Absentees:- Monti, (S.C. 4C.); Robinson, T. H. R. (C.P.), Williams, M. H. (C. P.); Harper, C. (C. P.); Takahashi, S. (M. Att.) Arnold, T. (Prv't).

T. Arnold (PM) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, Absentees:- Monti, (S.C. 4C.); Robinson, T. H. R. (C.P.), Williams, M. H. (C. P.); Harper, C. (C. P.); Takahashi, S. (M. Att.) Arnold, T. (Prv't).


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Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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11 July 1903

E. C. Monti (Steerage Cook 4c) - By order of C. O. declared Monti, E. C. (S. C. 4C) & Robinson, F. H. (C.P.) deserters from July 1st.

F. H. R. Robinson (CP) - By order of C. O. declared Monti, E. C. (S. C. 4C) & Robinson, F. H. (C.P.) deserters from July 1st.


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mare island cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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12 July 1903

E. S. Williams (CP) - By order of the Commanding Officer, E. S. Williams (C.P.) was declared a deserter from July 2nd, 1903.


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mare island cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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13 July 1903

J. W. Wilson (CP) - Wilson, J. W. (C.P.) returned from liberty 5 hrs. overtime. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) returned 3 1/2 hrs. overtime and tight.

J. S. Smith (PM) - Wilson, J. W. (C.P.) returned from liberty 5 hrs. overtime. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) returned 3 1/2 hrs. overtime and tight.


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mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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14 July 1903

Sent firing parties to rifle range at intervals.

Sent firing parties to rifle range and gallery. Instructed Engineer's Div. on board at aiming and sighting drill.


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navy yard mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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15 July 1903

5:30 sent firing party to rifle range. 7:00 sent firing party to range and marines to barracks for target practice.

Firing party at range through watch and at gallery practice till 11:30.

Ensign C. W. Forman - In obedience to orders from Captain B. H. McCalls, Commandant, Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif., Ens. C. W. Forman and Ens. C. P. Huff, left the Ship to report to the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Boston for temporary duty as members of a Summary court martial.

Ensign C. P. Huff - In obedience to orders from Captain B. H. McCalls, Commandant, Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif., Ens. C. W. Forman and Ens. C. P. Huff, left the Ship to report to the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Boston for temporary duty as members of a Summary court martial.

USS Wyoming - At 1:05 the U.S.S. Wyoming came up stream and secured to buoy No. 3.

B. F. Ferris (Fire 2c) - B. F. Ferris (F. 2 C) was transferred to the Naval Hospital with his bag, hammock and necessary papers. Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with bag, hammock, and necessary papers , C. Anderson, (B. M. 1st Class), and M. J. Helman, (Q. M. 2 Cl.)

C. Anderson (BosM 1c) - B. F. Ferris (F. 2 C) was transferred to the Naval Hospital with his bag, hammock and necessary papers. Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with bag, hammock, and necessary papers , C. Anderson, (B. M. 1st Class), and M. J. Helman, (Q. M. 2 Cl.)

M. J. Helman (QM 2c) - B. F. Ferris (F. 2 C) was transferred to the Naval Hospital with his bag, hammock and necessary papers. Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with bag, hammock, and necessary papers , C. Anderson, (B. M. 1st Class), and M. J. Helman, (Q. M. 2 Cl.)

Expended in Ordinance Dep't. the following ammunition:- Gallery practice, 30 cal. 1500 rounds; Ball cartridges, 30 cal. 1350 rounds; Revolver, 38 cal. 1,450 rounds.


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navy yard mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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16 July 1903

At 9:30 mustered crew at quarters, trained battery and exercised at setting up. Instruction in first aid to the Injured was given the 2d Division. Did not exercise at general quarters on account of the Officers and men who were out of the ship on duty.

Ensign C. W. Forman - Ensign C. W. Forman and Ensign C. P. Huff left the ship to serve on a Summary Court Martial on the Boston.

Ensign C. P. Huff - Ensign C. W. Forman and Ensign C. P. Huff left the ship to serve on a Summary Court Martial on the Boston.

T. Arnold (PM) - Arnold, T. (Prv't.), and Harper, C. (C. P.) were this day declared deserters from the 6th instant.

C. Harper (CP) - Arnold, T. (Prv't.), and Harper, C. (C. P.) were this day declared deserters from the 6th instant.

J. D. Alder (PM) - Recieved from Marine Barracks, Mare Island, Cal., Alder, J. D. (Prv't.), Hartford, T. (Prv't.), Smith, J. J. (Prv't.)

T. Hartford (PM) - Recieved from Marine Barracks, Mare Island, Cal., Alder, J. D. (Prv't.), Hartford, T. (Prv't.), Smith, J. J. (Prv't.)

J. J. Smith (PM) - Recieved from Marine Barracks, Mare Island, Cal., Alder, J. D. (Prv't.), Hartford, T. (Prv't.), Smith, J. J. (Prv't.)

E. J. Stauffer (App 2c) - Stauffer, E. J. (A 2C.), left steamer without permission, while making a trip to Vallejo at 11:30.


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navy yard mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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17 July 1903

E. T. Myrick (Ch GunM 1c) - Searched the Ship for Myrick, E. T. (G. C. 1 Cl.) without success at 5:30. Found him on board at 6:45.

J. S. White (OS) - At 7:00 searched ship without success for White, J. S. (O.S.) and Keep, C. P. stragglers from Marblehead.

H. Keep (CP) - At 7:00 searched ship without success for White, J. S. (O.S.) and Keep, C. P. stragglers from Marblehead.

Equipped batallion in heavy marching order. Sent firing party to rifle range.

M. F. McGreevy (Mach 1c) - McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1st cl.) returned 2 hors. overleave and Hamilton, R. B. (El. 3 cl.) returned 4 hrs. overleave.

R. B. Hamilton (Elec 3c) - McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1st cl.) returned 2 hors. overleave and Hamilton, R. B. (El. 3 cl.) returned 4 hrs. overleave.

1.20 battalion left the ship in heavy marching order for practice march.

S. W. Rhodes (Lds) - Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.); Inman, D. C. (Lds.) & Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) returned on board 5 hrs. overleave.

D. C. Inman (Lds) - Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.); Inman, D. C. (Lds.) & Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) returned on board 5 hrs. overleave.

A. H. Ballard (Plumb) - Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.); Inman, D. C. (Lds.) & Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) returned on board 5 hrs. overleave.

W. Ludgate (Corpl.) - Rec'd from Marine Barracks, Corporal Ludgate, W. U.S.M.C. for further transportation to the U.S.S. Marblehead.

J. Ambercrombie (Fire 2c) - Abercrombie, J. (F. 2 C.), was injured in the right wrist by flying fragments while scoring at the rifle range.


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navy yard mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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18 July 1903

coal: 20 tons -

Rigged ship for coaling.

C. O. Warner (App 2c) - Warner, C. O. (A. 2C.), Anderson, C. (B. M. 2Cl.), Herriman, E. (Shpw't) and Brinley, G. W. (F. 2 C.) returned from liberty, 24 hrs. overtime. Myrick, E. T. (G. C. 1Cl.) returned on board at 4:30 having left the ship sometime during the night without permission. At 800 o'clock discovered that Becker, M. (B. M. 2C.) was absent from ship without permission.

E. Herriman (Shipwright) - Warner, C. O. (A. 2C.), Anderson, C. (B. M. 2Cl.), Herriman, E. (Shpw't) and Brinley, G. W. (F. 2 C.) returned from liberty, 24 hrs. overtime. Myrick, E. T. (G. C. 1Cl.) returned on board at 4:30 having left the ship sometime during the night without permission. At 800 o'clock discovered that Becker, M. (B. M. 2C.) was absent from ship without permission.

C. Anderson (BosM 1c) - Warner, C. O. (A. 2C.), Anderson, C. (B. M. 2Cl.), Herriman, E. (Shpw't) and Brinley, G. W. (F. 2 C.) returned from liberty, 24 hrs. overtime. Myrick, E. T. (G. C. 1Cl.) returned on board at 4:30 having left the ship sometime during the night without permission. At 800 o'clock discovered that Becker, M. (B. M. 2C.) was absent from ship without permission.

E. T. Myrick (Ch GunM 1c) - Warner, C. O. (A. 2C.), Anderson, C. (B. M. 2Cl.), Herriman, E. (Shpw't) and Brinley, G. W. (F. 2 C.) returned from liberty, 24 hrs. overtime. Myrick, E. T. (G. C. 1Cl.) returned on board at 4:30 having left the ship sometime during the night without permission. At 800 o'clock discovered that Becker, M. (B. M. 2C.) was absent from ship without permission.

G. W. Brinley (fire 2c) - Warner, C. O. (A. 2C.), Anderson, C. (B. M. 2Cl.), Herriman, E. (Shpw't) and Brinley, G. W. (F. 2 C.) returned from liberty, 24 hrs. overtime. Myrick, E. T. (G. C. 1Cl.) returned on board at 4:30 having left the ship sometime during the night without permission. At 800 o'clock discovered that Becker, M. (B. M. 2C.) was absent from ship without permission.

M. Becker (BosM 2c) - Warner, C. O. (A. 2C.), Anderson, C. (B. M. 2Cl.), Herriman, E. (Shpw't) and Brinley, G. W. (F. 2 C.) returned from liberty, 24 hrs. overtime. Myrick, E. T. (G. C. 1Cl.) returned on board at 4:30 having left the ship sometime during the night without permission. At 800 o'clock discovered that Becker, M. (B. M. 2C.) was absent from ship without permission.

coal: 18 1/2 tons - At 9:10 received coal lighter alongside: Coaling ship from 9:45 to 11.50, when had received 18 1/2 tons.

A. Young (Fire 2c) - The following men returned on board overleave:- A. Young, (F. 2C), 30 hours; H. Peters, (F. 1 cl.) 30 hours; C. E. Lawson, (Mch 2 cl.) 27 hours; J. Schwarting, (F. 2 C) 24 hours.

H. Peters (Fire 1c) - The following men returned on board overleave:- A. Young, (F. 2C), 30 hours; H. Peters, (F. 1 cl.) 30 hours; C. E. Lawson, (Mch 2 cl.) 27 hours; J. Schwarting, (F. 2 C) 24 hours.

J. Schwarting (Fire 2c) - The following men returned on board overleave:- A. Young, (F. 2C), 30 hours; H. Peters, (F. 1 cl.) 30 hours; C. E. Lawson, (Mch 2 cl.) 27 hours; J. Schwarting, (F. 2 C) 24 hours.

C. E. Lawson (Mach. 2c) - The following men returned on board overleave:- A. Young, (F. 2C), 30 hours; H. Peters, (F. 1 cl.) 30 hours; C. E. Lawson, (Mch 2 cl.) 27 hours; J. Schwarting, (F. 2 C) 24 hours.

coal: 1 1/2 tons - Coaling ship from 1.00 till 1:15 when had received for the watch 1 1/2 tons, total 20. tons.

H. P. Allen (Lds) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence for transportation to the U.S.S. Marblehead the following stragglers from that ship; H. P. Allen, (Lds.); T. D. Ramsey, (Lds.); and F. A. Gondy, (Yeo. 3 cl.).

C. Stephenson (Ch Elec) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence with his bag, hammock and necessary papers. C. Stephenson, (Ch. El.).

T. C. Ramsey (Lds) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence for transportation to the U.S.S. Marblehead the following stragglers from that ship; H. P. Allen, (Lds.); T. D. Ramsey, (Lds.); and F. A. Gondy, (Yeo. 3 cl.).

F. A. Gondy (Yeo 3c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence for transportation to the U.S.S. Marblehead the following stragglers from that ship; H. P. Allen, (Lds.); T. D. Ramsey, (Lds.); and F. A. Gondy, (Yeo. 3 cl.).

J. Franklin (OS) - J. Franklin, (O.S.) returned on board 7 1/2 hours overleave.


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at sea enroute to dutch harbor

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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18 July 1903


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at sea enroute to dutch harbor

Lat 39.07, Long -125.22


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19 July 1903


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8am

Lat 41.37, Long -128.63


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20 July 1903


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at sea en route to dutch harbor

Lat 43.30, Long -131.67


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21 July 1903


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enroute to dutch harbor

Lat 44.68, Long -134.70


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22 July 1903


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enroute to dutch harbor

Lat 46.22, Long -137.92


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23 July 1903


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enroute to dutch harbor

Lat 47.87, Long -141.55


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24 July 1903

On course N 85o W. (p.s.c.).

J. S. Smith (PM) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

J. W. Wilson (CP) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

T. P. O'Brine (Fire 2c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

C. O. Warner (App 2c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

C. Anderson (BosM 1c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

F. M. Widgeon (App 2c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

R. B. Hamilton (Elec 3c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

E. Herriman (Shipwright) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

S. W. Rhodes (Lds) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

A. Young (Fire 2c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

G. W. Brinley (Fire 2c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

H. Peters (Fire 1c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

M. F. McGreevy (Mach 1c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

J. Schwarting (Fire 2c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

A. H. Ballard (Plumb) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

C. H. Lawson (Mach. 2c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

D. C. Inman (Lds) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

J. Franklin (OS) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

R. E. Strathearn (App 2c) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

D. McNeil (PM) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

M. Becker (BosM 2c) - The following men were held to await trial by S.C.M. for leaving ship without permsission, and by order of Com'dg Officer were made prisoners at large: Becker, M. (B. M. 2C.); Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) Owens, G. M. (Prv't.) was placed in double irons for 24 hrs. by order of Com'd'g Officer for being in unfit condition for watch.

G. W. Owens (PM) - At 9:00, had mast and the Com'dg. Officer awarded the following punishments. Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) 3 hrs overleave and tight - 3 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. Wilson, J. W. (C. P.) 5 hrs. overleave - 5 hrs. extra duty and 2d class. O'Brine, T. P. (F. 2 C.), 94 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) 24 hrs overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (Ap. 2C), 24 hrs, overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2 C) 34 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 34 hrs. extra duty. Hamilton, R. B. (Cl. 3C) 4 hrs. overleave - 2d class, and 4 hrs. extra duty. Rhodes, S. W. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Herriman, E. (Shpt.) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Young, A (F 2C) 30 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. Brinley, G. W. (F 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Peters, H. (F. 1 C) 30 hrs overleave - 4th class and 30 hrs. extra duty. McGreevy, M. (Mch. 1 cl.) 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 2 C) 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 24 hrs. extra duty. Threatening 1st Serg't. while in discharge of his duty - 24 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C. H. (Mch. 2C) 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Inman, D. D. (Lds.) 5 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 5 hrs. extra duty. Murphyk, J. M. (Cl. 2C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.) 7 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 7 hrs. extra duty. Stratheran, R. E. (A 2 C) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Gorman, P. J. (Cox'n) 10 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty. McNeil, D. (Prv't) Leaving post without relief, 4 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. W. (Prv't) unfit condition for watch.- 24 hrs. double irons.

E. D. Myrick (Ch GunM 1c) - The following men were held to await trial by S.C.M. for leaving ship without permsission, and by order of Com'dg Officer were made prisoners at large: Becker, M. (B. M. 2C.); Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1cl.) Owens, G. M. (Prv't.) was placed in double irons for 24 hrs. by order of Com'd'g Officer for being in unfit condition for watch.

Set clocks back 15 minutes.

4.00 delivered specifications of offenses to E. Myrick, (G. C. 1cl.) & M. Becker, (G. M. 2cl.) and by order of the C. O. they were placed under sentry's -


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24 July 1903

Mer. to 4 P.M. cont- charge to await trial by S.C.M.


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25 July 1903

Steaming on course West (p.s.c) carrying fore and main staysails and main try sail.

G. W. Owens (PM) - Released Owen, G. M. (Prv't) from confinement his term having expired.

9.35 to 1025 stopped both engines while overhauling lead to steering engine and repacking high pressure piston rod.

E. D. Myrick (Ch GunM 1c) - At 4.05 S.C.M. met for the trial of E. D. Myrick, (G. C. 1Cl.) and adjourned at 435 to await action of convening authority. At 4.45 a second S.C.M. met for the trial of E. D. Myrick (G. C. 1cl.) and adjourned at 5.50 until July 27.


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Lat 49.12, Long -145.03


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25 July 1903


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Lat 50.88, Long -149.73


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26 July 1903

On course West. (p.s.c.)

Engines stopped from 8:50 to 9:05 to allow repairs to steering engine.

Set clocks back 18 min.

Exercised night signals (Ardois).


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Lat 51.87, Long -155.27


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27 July 1903

On course S 79o W (psc).

H. Scott (App 2c) - The following men were declared today, to date from July 15th inst. Scott, H. (A 2C); Mosher, C. H. (C. P.); Marcharnd, A. E. (C. P.); Hughes, J. (Ch. Mch); Schultz, F. H. (Ch. Mch); Reed, W. E. (C.P.); Otaka, (M. Att.); White, J.S.(O.S.); Stauffer, E.J. (A. 2 C.); Keep H. (C. P.)

Set clocks back 22 minutes.

C. H. Mosher (CP) - The following men were declared today, to date from July 15th inst. Scott, H. (A 2C); Mosher, C. H. (C. P.); Marcharnd, A. E. (C. P.); Hughes, J. (Ch. Mch); Schultz, F. H. (Ch. Mch); Reed, W. E. (C.P.); Otaka, (M. Att.); White, J.S.(O.S.); Stauffer, E.J. (A. 2 C.); Keep H. (C. P.)

J. Hughes (Ch. Mach) - The following men were declared today, to date from July 15th inst. Scott, H. (A 2C); Mosher, C. H. (C. P.); Marcharnd, A. E. (C. P.); Hughes, J. (Ch. Mch); Schultz, F. H. (Ch. Mch); Reed, W. E. (C.P.); Otaka, (M. Att.); White, J.S.(O.S.); Stauffer, E.J. (A. 2 C.); Keep H. (C. P.)

A. E. Marchand (CP) - The following men were declared today, to date from July 15th inst. Scott, H. (A 2C); Mosher, C. H. (C. P.); Marcharnd, A. E. (C. P.); Hughes, J. (Ch. Mch); Schultz, F. H. (Ch. Mch); Reed, W. E. (C.P.); Otaka, (M. Att.); White, J.S.(O.S.); Stauffer, E.J. (A. 2 C.); Keep H. (C. P.)

E. J. Stauffer (App 2c) - The following men were declared today, to date from July 15th inst. Scott, H. (A 2C); Mosher, C. H. (C. P.); Marcharnd, A. E. (C. P.); Hughes, J. (Ch. Mch); Schultz, F. H. (Ch. Mch); Reed, W. E. (C.P.); Otaka, (M. Att.); White, J.S.(O.S.); Stauffer, E.J. (A. 2 C.); Keep H. (C. P.)

F. H. Schultz (Ch. Mech) - The following men were declared today, to date from July 15th inst. Scott, H. (A 2C); Mosher, C. H. (C. P.); Marcharnd, A. E. (C. P.); Hughes, J. (Ch. Mch); Schultz, F. H. (Ch. Mch); Reed, W. E. (C.P.); Otaka, (M. Att.); White, J.S.(O.S.); Stauffer, E.J. (A. 2 C.); Keep H. (C. P.)

T. Otaka (Mess Att) - The following men were declared today, to date from July 15th inst. Scott, H. (A 2C); Mosher, C. H. (C. P.); Marcharnd, A. E. (C. P.); Hughes, J. (Ch. Mch); Schultz, F. H. (Ch. Mch); Reed, W. E. (C.P.); Otaka, (M. Att.); White, J.S.(O.S.); Stauffer, E.J. (A. 2 C.); Keep H. (C. P.)

J. S. White (OS) - The following men were declared today, to date from July 15th inst. Scott, H. (A 2C); Mosher, C. H. (C. P.); Marcharnd, A. E. (C. P.); Hughes, J. (Ch. Mch); Schultz, F. H. (Ch. Mch); Reed, W. E. (C.P.); Otaka, (M. Att.); White, J.S.(O.S.); Stauffer, E.J. (A. 2 C.); Keep H. (C. P.)

H. Keep (CP) - The following men were declared today, to date from July 15th inst. Scott, H. (A 2C); Mosher, C. H. (C. P.); Marcharnd, A. E. (C. P.); Hughes, J. (Ch. Mch); Schultz, F. H. (Ch. Mch); Reed, W. E. (C.P.); Otaka, (M. Att.); White, J.S.(O.S.); Stauffer, E.J. (A. 2 C.); Keep H. (C. P.)

W. E. Reed (CP) - The following men were declared today, to date from July 15th inst. Scott, H. (A 2C); Mosher, C. H. (C. P.); Marcharnd, A. E. (C. P.); Hughes, J. (Ch. Mch); Schultz, F. H. (Ch. Mch); Reed, W. E. (C.P.); Otaka, (M. Att.); White, J.S.(O.S.); Stauffer, E.J. (A. 2 C.); Keep H. (C. P.)

M. Becker (BosM 2c) - 1.20 S.C.M. met on board for the trial of M. Becker, (B. M. 2C) and adjourned at 1.45.


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enroute to dutch harbor

Lat 52.60, Long -160.42


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28 July 1903

Steaming on course S.79oW. (p.s.c.), carrying fore and main staysails and main try sail.

C. Wade (OS) - By order of the Com'd'g Officer the following named men have this day been declared deserters dating from the 18th inst: Wade, C. (O.S.); Steppuhn, G. (A. 2C); Bowen, C. J. (Lds.); Bauer, C. (Cox'n), Barlow, G. C. B (Lds.).

G. Steppuhn (App 2c) - By order of the Com'd'g Officer the following named men have this day been declared deserters dating from the 18th inst: Wade, C. (O.S.); Steppuhn, G. (A. 2C); Bowen, C. J. (Lds.); Bauer, C. (Cox'n), Barlow, G. C. B (Lds.).

C. Bauer (Cox) - By order of the Com'd'g Officer the following named men have this day been declared deserters dating from the 18th inst: Wade, C. (O.S.); Steppuhn, G. (A. 2C); Bowen, C. J. (Lds.); Bauer, C. (Cox'n), Barlow, G. C. B (Lds.).

C. J. Bowen (Lds) - By order of the Com'd'g Officer the following named men have this day been declared deserters dating from the 18th inst: Wade, C. (O.S.); Steppuhn, G. (A. 2C); Bowen, C. J. (Lds.); Bauer, C. (Cox'n), Barlow, G. C. B (Lds.).

G. C. B. Barlow (Lds) - By order of the Com'd'g Officer the following named men have this day been declared deserters dating from the 18th inst: Wade, C. (O.S.); Steppuhn, G. (A. 2C); Bowen, C. J. (Lds.); Bauer, C. (Cox'n), Barlow, G. C. B (Lds.).

D. L. Crittenden (Fire 1c) - The following named men were rated from Fir. 2d class to Fire 1st class, dating from July 18th inst: Crittenden, D. L. Syversten, E., McKay, D., Stark, J.

D. McKay (Fre 2c) - The following named men were rated from Fir. 2d class to Fire 1st class, dating from July 18th inst: Crittenden, D. L. Syversten, E., McKay, D., Stark, J.

J. Stark (Fire 2c) - The following named men were rated from Fir. 2d class to Fire 1st class, dating from July 18th inst: Crittenden, D. L. Syversten, E., McKay, D., Stark, J.

E. Syvertsen (Fire 2c) - The following named men were rated from Fir. 2d class to Fire 1st class, dating from July 18th inst: Crittenden, D. L. Syversten, E., McKay, D., Stark, J.

Held sale of deserters effects and realized the following amounts: Scott, H. (A. 2C)- .10; Reed, W. E. (C. P.)- .20; Mosher, C. H. (C. P.) .35; Otaka, T. (M. Att.) - .20; Marchand, A.E. )C.P.( .15; White, J. S. (O.S.) .40; Stauffer, E.J. (A 2C.) 30; Wade, C. (O.S.) .15; Steppuhn, G. (A 2C) .25; Bowen, C. J. (Lds.) .15; Bauer, C. (Cox'n.) .15; Barlow, G. C. B. (Lds.) .10; Takahashi, S. (M. Att.) .35; Melvin, G. B. (S. C 4 cl) 1.15

6.40 sighted two masted Schooner on starboard beam.


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enroute to dutch harbor and at anchor

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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29 July 1903

from 250 steered various courses comdg officer at the conn standing into dutch harbor until 315 when anchored with stbd anchor in 18 fathoms of water with 45 fathoms of chain

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

On course S. 88o W. (p.s.c.).

Land in sight on starboard hand throughout watch and ahead from 8.50.

Making preparations for entering port from 10:30. At 11:59 sighted sailng vessel one point on port bow.

At 4:20, hove up anchor and at 5.40 moored to coal wharf.

HMS Shearwater - At 6.20 H.M.S. Shearwater anchored in harbor. Sent Boarding Officer on board. Boarding call was returned.


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alongside nac co wharf dutch harbor

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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30 July 1903

coal: 27 tons - Commenced coaling at 7.00. Rec'd during watch 27 tons.

coal: 43 tons - Engaged in coaling ship, took on board 43 tons.

HMS Shearwater - 10.30 Com'dg Officer of H.M.S. Shearwater visited the ship officially.

coal: 58 tons - Engaged in coaling ship. Took on board 58 tons.

1.20 the Commanding Officer visited the H.M.S. Shearwater officially.

coal: 165 tons - Engaged in coaling ship. Stopped coaling at 6.50, having taken on board 165 tons.

USS Bennington - 10:40 exchanged numbers with U.S.S. Bennington. 10:45 B. to C. W. W. Will be over in the morning. Sig. Thomas. 10.40 the U.S.S. Bennington came in the harbor.


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alongside nacc wharf and at anchor dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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31 July 1903

coal: 235 tons -



LOGS FOR AUGUST 1903


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at anchor dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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1 August 1903

Revenue Cutter Bear - Cmd'g officer paid an official visit to this ship.


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at anchor dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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2 August 1903


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at anchor dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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3 August 1903


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at anchor dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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4 August 1903


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at anchor dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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5 August 1903

9.30 armed and equipped boats for distant service, and afterwards exercised boats crews under oars.

F. B. Johansson (Sea) - C. O. awarded the following punishments: Johansson, F. B. (Sea) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hrs. extra duty, Smidder, C. (Q. M. 3c) Clothes in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) late at quarters - 4 hrs extra duty; Rogers, R. B. (O.S.)- insolence to petty officer, and Officers-of-the-deck, - 24 hrs, double irons; Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) absent from ship without permission - 28 hrs. - to be tried by S.C.M. &+ 4th class; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) using improper language to 1st Sergeant, - 24 hrs. double irons; McKay D. (F. 2 Cl.), Hilscher, J. (F. 2C.) - Smoking out of hours - 2 hrs. extra duty; Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.). - 8 hrs. overleave - 8 hrs. extra duty and 2d class; Atwood, E.C. (C.P.) 14 hrs. overleave, - 14 hrs extra duty & 3d class; Franklin, J. (O.S.) & Quann, J. T. (O.S.) not obeying orders promptly - 2 hrs extra duty. By Order of C.O. Page, E.C. (Prv't.) & Rogers, R. B.(O.S.) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

C. Smidder (QM 3c) - C. O. awarded the following punishments: Johansson, F. B. (Sea) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hrs. extra duty, Smidder, C. (Q. M. 3c) Clothes in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) late at quarters - 4 hrs extra duty; Rogers, R. B. (O.S.)- insolence to petty officer, and Officers-of-the-deck, - 24 hrs, double irons; Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) absent from ship without permission - 28 hrs. - to be tried by S.C.M. &+ 4th class; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) using improper language to 1st Sergeant, - 24 hrs. double irons; McKay D. (F. 2 Cl.), Hilscher, J. (F. 2C.) - Smoking out of hours - 2 hrs. extra duty; Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.). - 8 hrs. overleave - 8 hrs. extra duty and 2d class; Atwood, E.C. (C.P.) 14 hrs. overleave, - 14 hrs extra duty & 3d class; Franklin, J. (O.S.) & Quann, J. T. (O.S.) not obeying orders promptly - 2 hrs extra duty. By Order of C.O. Page, E.C. (Prv't.) & Rogers, R. B.(O.S.) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

E. C. Page (PM) - C. O. awarded the following punishments: Johansson, F. B. (Sea) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hrs. extra duty, Smidder, C. (Q. M. 3c) Clothes in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) late at quarters - 4 hrs extra duty; Rogers, R. B. (O.S.)- insolence to petty officer, and Officers-of-the-deck, - 24 hrs, double irons; Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) absent from ship without permission - 28 hrs. - to be tried by S.C.M. &+ 4th class; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) using improper language to 1st Sergeant, - 24 hrs. double irons; McKay D. (F. 2 Cl.), Hilscher, J. (F. 2C.) - Smoking out of hours - 2 hrs. extra duty; Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.). - 8 hrs. overleave - 8 hrs. extra duty and 2d class; Atwood, E.C. (C.P.) 14 hrs. overleave, - 14 hrs extra duty & 3d class; Franklin, J. (O.S.) & Quann, J. T. (O.S.) not obeying orders promptly - 2 hrs extra duty. By Order of C.O. Page, E.C. (Prv't.) & Rogers, R. B.(O.S.) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

J. S. Smith (PM) - C. O. awarded the following punishments: Johansson, F. B. (Sea) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hrs. extra duty, Smidder, C. (Q. M. 3c) Clothes in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) late at quarters - 4 hrs extra duty; Rogers, R. B. (O.S.)- insolence to petty officer, and Officers-of-the-deck, - 24 hrs, double irons; Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) absent from ship without permission - 28 hrs. - to be tried by S.C.M. &+ 4th class; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) using improper language to 1st Sergeant, - 24 hrs. double irons; McKay D. (F. 2 Cl.), Hilscher, J. (F. 2C.) - Smoking out of hours - 2 hrs. extra duty; Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.). - 8 hrs. overleave - 8 hrs. extra duty and 2d class; Atwood, E.C. (C.P.) 14 hrs. overleave, - 14 hrs extra duty & 3d class; Franklin, J. (O.S.) & Quann, J. T. (O.S.) not obeying orders promptly - 2 hrs extra duty. By Order of C.O. Page, E.C. (Prv't.) & Rogers, R. B.(O.S.) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

R. B. Roger (OS) - C. O. awarded the following punishments: Johansson, F. B. (Sea) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hrs. extra duty, Smidder, C. (Q. M. 3c) Clothes in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) late at quarters - 4 hrs extra duty; Rogers, R. B. (O.S.)- insolence to petty officer, and Officers-of-the-deck, - 24 hrs, double irons; Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) absent from ship without permission - 28 hrs. - to be tried by S.C.M. &+ 4th class; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) using improper language to 1st Sergeant, - 24 hrs. double irons; McKay D. (F. 2 Cl.), Hilscher, J. (F. 2C.) - Smoking out of hours - 2 hrs. extra duty; Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.). - 8 hrs. overleave - 8 hrs. extra duty and 2d class; Atwood, E.C. (C.P.) 14 hrs. overleave, - 14 hrs extra duty & 3d class; Franklin, J. (O.S.) & Quann, J. T. (O.S.) not obeying orders promptly - 2 hrs extra duty. By Order of C.O. Page, E.C. (Prv't.) & Rogers, R. B.(O.S.) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

D. McKay (Fre 2c) - C. O. awarded the following punishments: Johansson, F. B. (Sea) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hrs. extra duty, Smidder, C. (Q. M. 3c) Clothes in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) late at quarters - 4 hrs extra duty; Rogers, R. B. (O.S.)- insolence to petty officer, and Officers-of-the-deck, - 24 hrs, double irons; Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) absent from ship without permission - 28 hrs. - to be tried by S.C.M. &+ 4th class; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) using improper language to 1st Sergeant, - 24 hrs. double irons; McKay D. (F. 2 Cl.), Hilscher, J. (F. 2C.) - Smoking out of hours - 2 hrs. extra duty; Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.). - 8 hrs. overleave - 8 hrs. extra duty and 2d class; Atwood, E.C. (C.P.) 14 hrs. overleave, - 14 hrs extra duty & 3d class; Franklin, J. (O.S.) & Quann, J. T. (O.S.) not obeying orders promptly - 2 hrs extra duty. By Order of C.O. Page, E.C. (Prv't.) & Rogers, R. B.(O.S.) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

Karl Kitschke (SailM M) - C. O. awarded the following punishments: Johansson, F. B. (Sea) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hrs. extra duty, Smidder, C. (Q. M. 3c) Clothes in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) late at quarters - 4 hrs extra duty; Rogers, R. B. (O.S.)- insolence to petty officer, and Officers-of-the-deck, - 24 hrs, double irons; Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) absent from ship without permission - 28 hrs. - to be tried by S.C.M. &+ 4th class; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) using improper language to 1st Sergeant, - 24 hrs. double irons; McKay D. (F. 2 Cl.), Hilscher, J. (F. 2C.) - Smoking out of hours - 2 hrs. extra duty; Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.). - 8 hrs. overleave - 8 hrs. extra duty and 2d class; Atwood, E.C. (C.P.) 14 hrs. overleave, - 14 hrs extra duty & 3d class; Franklin, J. (O.S.) & Quann, J. T. (O.S.) not obeying orders promptly - 2 hrs extra duty. By Order of C.O. Page, E.C. (Prv't.) & Rogers, R. B.(O.S.) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

E. C. Atwood (CP) - C. O. awarded the following punishments: Johansson, F. B. (Sea) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hrs. extra duty, Smidder, C. (Q. M. 3c) Clothes in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) late at quarters - 4 hrs extra duty; Rogers, R. B. (O.S.)- insolence to petty officer, and Officers-of-the-deck, - 24 hrs, double irons; Smith, J. S. (Prv't.) absent from ship without permission - 28 hrs. - to be tried by S.C.M. &+ 4th class; Page, E. C. (Prv't.) using improper language to 1st Sergeant, - 24 hrs. double irons; McKay D. (F. 2 Cl.), Hilscher, J. (F. 2C.) - Smoking out of hours - 2 hrs. extra duty; Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.). - 8 hrs. overleave - 8 hrs. extra duty and 2d class; Atwood, E.C. (C.P.) 14 hrs. overleave, - 14 hrs extra duty & 3d class; Franklin, J. (O.S.) & Quann, J. T. (O.S.) not obeying orders promptly - 2 hrs extra duty. By Order of C.O. Page, E.C. (Prv't.) & Rogers, R. B.(O.S.) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

Exchanged the following signals: 6:20 F. to Sq'd. (W.W.) "Be prepared to get underway at six o'clock tomorrow morning. Speed nine knots."


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at anchor dutch harbor and enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 53.93, Long -166.40


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6 August 1903

took departure at 855 cape morgan bearing north psc distant 1 34 miles pl reading 171

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

5.50 called all hands and hove in starboard anchor. Anchor away at 6:05. Formed column in natural order and headed out of the harbor following the motions of Flagship.

Steaming in squadron in column, natural order, at distance on various courses following motions of flag-ship.

E. C. Page (PM) - By order of the Captain, E. C. Page, (Prv't.) and R. B. Rogers, (O.S.), were released from confinement, their times of confinement having expired.

R. B. Roger (OS) - By order of the Captain, E. C. Page, (Prv't.) and R. B. Rogers, (O.S.), were released from confinement, their times of confinement having expired.


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enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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6 August 1903


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enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 53.55, Long -159.55


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7 August 1903

Course N. 77o E. (p.s.c.)

Exercised at Morris tube target practice and loading drill. Aired bedding. Set clocks back 20 minutes.

J. S. Smith (PM) - S.C.M. for trial of J. S. Smith (Prv't.) met at 1.35 adjourned to await the action of the convening authority at 2.00.


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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7 August 1903

Steaming in squadron column, distance 400 yards, on course N. 79oE. (p.s.c.).


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8pm

Lat 53.47, Long -155.42


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8 August 1903


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8 August 1903


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 53.10, Long -149.42


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9 August 1903


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8am

Lat 52.40, Long -143.43


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10 August 1903


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10 August 1903


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 51.50, Long -137.50


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11 August 1903


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 50.57, Long -131.87


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12 August 1903


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12 August 1903


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 48.97, Long -126.47


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13 August 1903


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13 August 1903


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entering juan defuca strait and at buoy bremerton wash

Lat 48.2, Long -123.6


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14 August 1903

at 420 dungeness light bore abeam distant 40 miles

Lat 48.18, Long -123.18

Steaming in squadron, in column, natural order, at distance, following motions of flagship. On course N 85 E. (p.s.c.).

Set clocks ahead 30 minutes.

US tug Fortune - At 1.20 the U.S. tug Fortune came in and secured alongside the U.S.S. Philadelphia.

The Captain made an official call on the Commander-in-chief.

USS Philadelphia - At 1.20 the U.S. tug Fortune came in and secured alongside the U.S.S. Philadelphia.

3:35 F. to Sqd. W.W. "Ordinary leave may be granted to the officers and Chief petty officers. Special liberty, special first class and first class may be given. The Ship will go to Seattle next Tuesday morning for a stay of four or five days, and general liberty will be given there."

The commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Nipsic, made an official call on the Captain.


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at buoy puget sound bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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15 August 1903

coal: 100 tons -

At 10.00, in obedience to signal, prepared for coaling. Rec'd lighter on port side at 11.45.

coal: 43 tons - Commenced coaling at 1.20. Rec'd on board during watch 43 tons. Rec'd lighter on stb'd side at 2:00.

coal: 57 tons - Finished coaling at 5.50. Rec'd on board during watch 57 tons. Total rec'd. on board 100 tons.

M. Becker (BosM 2c) - Becker, M. (B. M. 2C.), by order of Comd'g. Officer, was released from confinement, his term of punishment having expired.

J. C. Cochran (OS) - The following men were received from the U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Cochran, J. C. (O. S.), McCann, C. W. (O. S.), Telitto, V. B. (O. S.), Dunn, M. (O. S.), Brush, C. (O. S.), Lally, E. (O. S.), McGraw, B. (O. S.).

V. B. Telitto (OS) - The following men were received from the U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Cochran, J. C. (O. S.), McCann, C. W. (O. S.), Telitto, V. B. (O. S.), Dunn, M. (O. S.), Brush, C. (O. S.), Lally, E. (O. S.), McGraw, B. (O. S.).

C. W. McCann (OS) - The following men were received from the U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Cochran, J. C. (O. S.), McCann, C. W. (O. S.), Telitto, V. B. (O. S.), Dunn, M. (O. S.), Brush, C. (O. S.), Lally, E. (O. S.), McGraw, B. (O. S.).

M. Dunn (OS) - The following men were received from the U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Cochran, J. C. (O. S.), McCann, C. W. (O. S.), Telitto, V. B. (O. S.), Dunn, M. (O. S.), Brush, C. (O. S.), Lally, E. (O. S.), McGraw, B. (O. S.).

H. Ahr (OS) - Transferred to U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, Ahr, H. (O.S.), Elliot, W. (O. S.), Bailey, J. L. (O.S.), Grant, C. G. (O.S.), Padgett, E. A. (O. S.), Riley, E. R. (O.S.), Keitzman, E. S. (O.S.).

C. Brush (OS) - The following men were received from the U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Cochran, J. C. (O. S.), McCann, C. W. (O. S.), Telitto, V. B. (O. S.), Dunn, M. (O. S.), Brush, C. (O. S.), Lally, E. (O. S.), McGraw, B. (O. S.).

B. McGraw (OS) - The following men were received from the U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Cochran, J. C. (O. S.), McCann, C. W. (O. S.), Telitto, V. B. (O. S.), Dunn, M. (O. S.), Brush, C. (O. S.), Lally, E. (O. S.), McGraw, B. (O. S.).

E. Lally (OS) - The following men were received from the U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Cochran, J. C. (O. S.), McCann, C. W. (O. S.), Telitto, V. B. (O. S.), Dunn, M. (O. S.), Brush, C. (O. S.), Lally, E. (O. S.), McGraw, B. (O. S.).

W. Elliot (OS) - Transferred to U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, Ahr, H. (O.S.), Elliot, W. (O. S.), Bailey, J. L. (O.S.), Grant, C. G. (O.S.), Padgett, E. A. (O. S.), Riley, E. R. (O.S.), Keitzman, E. S. (O.S.).

C. G. Grant (OS) - Transferred to U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, Ahr, H. (O.S.), Elliot, W. (O. S.), Bailey, J. L. (O.S.), Grant, C. G. (O.S.), Padgett, E. A. (O. S.), Riley, E. R. (O.S.), Keitzman, E. S. (O.S.).

J. L. Bailey (OS) - Transferred to U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, Ahr, H. (O.S.), Elliot, W. (O. S.), Bailey, J. L. (O.S.), Grant, C. G. (O.S.), Padgett, E. A. (O. S.), Riley, E. R. (O.S.), Keitzman, E. S. (O.S.).

E. A. Padgett (OS) - Transferred to U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, Ahr, H. (O.S.), Elliot, W. (O. S.), Bailey, J. L. (O.S.), Grant, C. G. (O.S.), Padgett, E. A. (O. S.), Riley, E. R. (O.S.), Keitzman, E. S. (O.S.).

E. S. Keitzman (OS) - Transferred to U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, Ahr, H. (O.S.), Elliot, W. (O. S.), Bailey, J. L. (O.S.), Grant, C. G. (O.S.), Padgett, E. A. (O. S.), Riley, E. R. (O.S.), Keitzman, E. S. (O.S.).

E. R. Riley (OS) - Transferred to U.S.F.S. New York, with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, Ahr, H. (O.S.), Elliot, W. (O. S.), Bailey, J. L. (O.S.), Grant, C. G. (O.S.), Padgett, E. A. (O. S.), Riley, E. R. (O.S.), Keitzman, E. S. (O.S.).


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at buoy navy yard bremerton wash enroute to astoria

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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16 August 1903

at 635 new dungeness light bore abeam distant 19 miles

Lat 48.50, Long -122.88

USS Marblehead - At 1.10 p.m. unmoored ship and stood out of the harbor, in company with the U.S.S. Marblehead in column.


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enroute to astoria at anchor astoria oregon

Lat 46.2, Long -123.8


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17 August 1903

at 227 came to anchor in 6 34 fathoms water with starboard anchor and veered chain to 30 fathoms

Lat 46.32, Long -124.55

USS Marblehead - Steaming in column, open order at distance with U.S.S. Marblehead. On course S. 83o E. W. (p.s.c.) till 12:13, when changed course to S. 21o W. (p.s.c.), p.l. reading 12.9.

At 12:30 sighted steamer two points forward of port beam, and passed her on port hand.

At 2.20 sighted North bound steamer three points on starboard bow and later passed her on starboard hand.

Steaming in column, open order, at distance with U.S.S. Marblehead, till 2:05, when the U.S.S. Marblehead anchored near buoy No. 7. On various courses entering Columbia River and standing up same to anchorage at Astoria. At 12:20 stopped and took pilot aboard and thereafter under conn. of pilot.

1.45 M. to C. W.W. "We have one well developed case of diphtheria and request permission to hoist quarantine flag entering port?" "Article sixteen forty-four, Navy Regulations". 1:50 C. to M. W.W. "Hoist quarantine flag on coming to anchor;"

Joseph S. Smith (PM) - Published sentence and finding in the case of Joseph Smith, Private, U.S.M.C., tried by an


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at anchor off astoria

Lat 46.2, Long -123.8


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17 August 1903

Joseph S. Smith (PM) - S.C.M. for leaving ship without authority. Sentence as follows:- "Solitary confinement in double irons, on bread and water for fifteen (15) days, with full ration every third (3d) day, and to lose two (2) months pay amounting to thirty dollars ($30.00)". By order of the Captain and in accordance with sentence of S.C.M., J. Smith Private, U.S.M.C., was placed in soltary confinement on bread and water for fifteen days, with full ration every third day.


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at anchor off astoria oregon

Lat 46.2, Long -123.8


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18 August 1903

Rec'd official call from the Mayor of Astoria and the Regatta Committee. Exercised at Morris-tube target practice.

LIberty party left ship at 1:45. Rec'd visit from British vice-consul.

Col. Huston, US Army - Rec'd visit from Col. Huston, U.S.A., and staff.

At evening colors, hauled down dressing lines. At 5.20 the U.S.S. Marblehead got under way and again anchored at 5.40.

At 5.35 M. to C. W.W. "Request permission to be excused from dressing ship this evening and hoisting jack on account of fresh paint." At 5.37, C. to M. G. S. Affirmative. The Comd'g. Officer of the U.S.S. Marblehead paid an official visit to the Comd'g. Officer.

Exercised search lights from 8.00 to 9.00. Sent following signals. At 8.00, C. to M. Ard. "Excercise search lights." At 8.05, C. to M. Ard. "Full dress ship at colors tomorrow." At 8.10 C. to M. Ard. "Land battalion at 10.15, A.M. tomorrow; light marching order; uniform blue with white caps." At 8.20, C. to M. Ard. "Commanding Officer and as many officers as can be spared report alongside Concord, at 8.45 A.M. uniform dress." At 8.30, C. to M. Ard. "Visitors allowed aboard ship 1 to 5 P.M. daily, during stay."


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at anchor off astoria oregon

Lat 46.2, Long -123.8


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19 August 1903

Full dressed ship at 8.00.

10.15, the Governor of Oregon visited the ship officially and a salute of 17 guns was fired with the American ensign at the fore. 10.30 the battalion landed to participate in parade on shore.

Exchanged the following signals: 8.10, M. to C. W.W. "Do officers going with you wear dress or full dress uniform. Sg'd. Phelps? 8.15 M to C. W.W. Do marines wear webb belts or white belts on shore?" 8.40 C. to M. Marines will wear webb belts and no haversacks. 9.20 M. to C. W. W. "What time does battalion land, Sgd. Almy. 9.45 C. to M. W.W. Battalion lands at 10.30.

Admiral Smith and Staff of the Astoria Regatta visited the ship. Visitors on board. Sent liberty party ashore.

Lost overboard two boat hooks from whaleboat. Exchanged the following signals: 6.00 C. to M. "Dress ship tomorrow at 8 o'clock."


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at anchor off astoria oregon

Lat 46.2, Long -123.8


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20 August 1903

Ship full dressed from 8.00.

The Swedish vice-consul made an official call on the Commanding Officer, was received with customary honors and on his departure a salute of five guns was fired with the Swedish flag at the fore.

C. W. Condaletta (CP) - By order of the captain, C. Condaletta, (C.P.) was placed under sentry's charge for safe keeping and to await further action for being intoxicated on board ship.

Carried out routine drill. Sent liberty party ashore. Visitors aboard.

C. W. Condaletta (CP) - By order of the Captain, C. Condaletta, (C.P.), was placed in double irons under sentry's charge for safe keeping.

J. McCarthy (oiler) - J. McCarthy, Oiler, returned on board 29 hrs. overleave.

Ship full dressed till sunset.

Signals during watch as follows: 6.00 c. to M. W.W. "Full dress ship at eight A.M. tomorrow;' 6.45 C. to M. W.W. "Uniform for officers attending the reception tonight is evening dress, B". 7.10 C. to M. W.W. "Exercise searchlights eight to nine tonight;" 8.00 C. to M. Ard. "It is reported that the Reliance won out today the first race of the International contest for the America's Cup".

D. McKay (Fre 2c) - D. McKay, F. 2 C., returned on board 15 hours overleave.


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at anchor off astoria oregon

Lat 46.2, Long -123.8


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21 August 1903

C. R. Dennis (OS) - The following men returned on board overleave:- C. R. Dennis, (O.S.), 48 hours; E. D. Myrick, (G. C. 1 cl.), 24 hours.

E. D. Myrick (Ch GunM 1c) - The following men returned on board overleave:- C. R. Dennis, (O.S.), 48 hours; E. D. Myrick, (G. C. 1 cl.), 24 hours.

M. Dunn (OS) - The following men returned on board overleave. Dunn, M (O.S.) 1/2 hr; Stiebig, (S. C. 4C) 1/2 C; Pelletier, W. F. (O. S.) 2 hrs; Sullivan, Dl. (F. 1 cl.) 1/2 hr. Moder, R. W. (Blksmith) 1/2 hr.

W. T. Pelletier (OS) - The following men returned on board overleave. Dunn, M (O.S.) 1/2 hr; Stiebig, (S. C. 4C) 1/2 C; Pelletier, W. F. (O. S.) 2 hrs; Sullivan, Dl. (F. 1 cl.) 1/2 hr. Moder, R. W. (Blksmith) 1/2 hr.

D. Sullivan (Fire 1c) - The following men returned on board overleave. Dunn, M (O.S.) 1/2 hr; Stiebig, (S. C. 4C) 1/2 C; Pelletier, W. F. (O. S.) 2 hrs; Sullivan, Dl. (F. 1 cl.) 1/2 hr. Moder, R. W. (Blksmith) 1/2 hr.

R. W. Moder (Blksmth) - The following men returned on board overleave. Dunn, M (O.S.) 1/2 hr; Stiebig, (S. C. 4C) 1/2 C; Pelletier, W. F. (O. S.) 2 hrs; Sullivan, Dl. (F. 1 cl.) 1/2 hr. Moder, R. W. (Blksmith) 1/2 hr.

F. Striebig (Cook Sh 4c) - The following men returned on board overleave. Dunn, M (O.S.) 1/2 hr; Stiebig, (S. C. 4C) 1/2 C; Pelletier, W. F. (O. S.) 2 hrs; Sullivan, Dl. (F. 1 cl.) 1/2 hr. Moder, R. W. (Blksmith) 1/2 hr.

W. T. Pelletier (OS) - Absentees same as forenoon except Pelletier, W. T. (O. S.).

Exchanged following signals. At 8.00, C. to M. Torch. "Sailing orders at 8 A.M. tomorrow; steam for eleven knots at 8 A.M. Uniform for getting underway will be officers undress "B," white caps, the formation will be natural order at distance. Exercise searchlights 8 to 9" At 9.15, C. to M. Torch, "Signal regarding fires amended until further orders." At 9.25, C. M. Torch "Last signal annulled." At 9.30, C. to M. Torch, "Concord, Marblehead proceed to Portland and if practicable for a stay of not longer than five days, then return to Bremerton, Glass."


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at anchor off astoria oregon

Lat 46.2, Long -123.8


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22 August 1903

General field day.

E. J. Tucker (Corpl) - 1.00, Roberts, C. L. (Cox.) left the ship in steamer without permission. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), returned from leave 8 hrs. overtime.

C. L. Roberts (Cox) - 1.00, Roberts, C. L. (Cox.) left the ship in steamer without permission. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), returned from leave 8 hrs. overtime.

Exchanged the following signals: 12.05, M to C. W.W. Are you going to Portland today. If not, request permission to bank fires; 12:15 C. to M. W.W. "Bank fires. 1.35 M to C. W.W. "Can officers be allowed to visit shore until tomorrow morning?" 1.40, C. to M. W.W. Put ship under sailing orders at 5 A.M. tomorrow. Commanding Officer called officially on the British and Swedish Consuls.

C. L. Roberts (Cox) - Roberts, C. L. (Cox.) returned on board having been absent 5 1/2 hrs. without leave. J. OLeary, (G. M 1C), returned from leave 82 hrs. overtime. Inspected life buoys. By order of the C.O. Roberts, C. L. (Cox.), was placed in double irons to await action.

J. O'Leary (GunM 1c) - Roberts, C. L. (Cox.) returned on board having been absent 5 1/2 hrs. without leave. J. OLeary, (G. M 1C), returned from leave 82 hrs. overtime. Inspected life buoys. By order of the C.O. Roberts, C. L. (Cox.), was placed in double irons to await action.


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at anchor astoria oregon going up columbia river at anchor portland oregon

Lat 50.5, Long -2.4


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23 August 1903

standing up columbia river under conn of pilot until 530 when anchored in 9 fathoms of water and veered to 30 fathoms on starboard chain

Lat 45.95, Long -123.20

Made preparations for getting underway.

USS Marblehead - At 8:34 got underway and with U.S.S. Marblehead in column at distance stood up Columbia River, steering various courses under conn of pilot.

Steaming in Squadron, with U.S.S. Marblehead, column, distance 400 yds, standing up Columbia River, steering various courses, pilot at the conn.

6.00 Commanding Officer to the Marblehead visited the ship. Exchanged the following signals 7.20, M to C. W.W. "Is there any objection to our men going in swimming?" 7.25 C. to M. Ard. W.W. "No objections."


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at anchor portland oregon

Lat 50.5, Long -2.4


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24 August 1903

Visitors on board from 1.00. Signals during watch as follows:- 1.45 M to C. W.W. "To Mr. Hughes. Would be glad to have ash lighter after you are finished with it. Sgd. Hnry"; 2.25, C to M. WW. "To Comd'r Phelps. Have accepted invitation for yourself and officers of the fleet to go to Vancouver Barracks, Wednesday evening to a hop and reception. Leave First and Washington Streets at seven forty. P. M. Uniform service dress; blue caps. Sgt. Perkins." Sent Officer ashore to make an official call on the Mayor of Portland.

Sent liberty party ashore. Visitor aboard till 5.00.

C. B. Atwood (CP) - At 5.58, discovered C. B. Atwood, C. P., to be absent from ship without authority.


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at anchor portland oregon

Lat 50.5, Long -2.4


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25 August 1903

J. J. Smith (PM) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

C. Schanel (App 2c) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

W. W. Smith (Lds) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

P. A. Shearer (App 2c) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

J. J. Wavrin (App 2c) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

G. R. Dennis (OS) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

F. B. Johanssen (Sea) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

J. McCarthy (Oiler) -

D. McKay (Fre 2c) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

E. D. Myrick (Ch GunM 1c) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

J. D. Flemming (OS) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

J. O'Leary (GunM 1c) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

W. T. Pelletier (OS) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

E. J. Tucker (Corpl) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

A. Young (Fire 2c) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

M. Dunn (OS) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

D. Sullivan (Fire 1c) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

B. C. Richtors (Cox) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

J. W. Weir (BosM 2c) - At 10:30, had mast, and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Smith, J.J. (Pvrt) - Refusing duty - 10 days double irons. Smith W.W. (Lds.), Schanel, C. (A. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), - Late hammocks - each two hours extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), late hammock, and refusing to tell his name to the 1st Serg't, - 2 hrs extra duty and 8 hrs. masthead. Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) - 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty, Johannsen, F. B. (Sea). - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McCarthy, J. (oiler), 29 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 12 hrs. extra duty. McKay, D. F 2C), - 15 hrs. overleave, - 3rd class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1.C.), 24 hrs. overleave - 4th Class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (O.S.) Sitting down at drill - 2 hrs. extra duty. Hrdlicka, F. (O.S.) - 71 hrs. overleave - 4th class, 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. O'Leary, J. (G. M. 1C) - 82 hrs. overleave - 4th Class. 3 mos., & 24 hrs extra duty. Pelletier, W. T. (O.S.) - 2 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 2 hrs. extra duty. Tucker, E. A. (Corp'l) - 8 hrs. overleave 1st class & 2 hrs. extra duty, Young, A. (F. 2C), 72 hrs. overleave and brought on board by the police - 4th class 3 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Dunn, M. (O. S.). - 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d Class & 1 hr extra duty. Sullivan, D. (F. 1C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 2d class & 1 hr. extra duty. Streibig (S. C. 4C), 1/2 hr. overleave - 1st Class & 1 hr. extra duty. Moder, R. W. (B. Mk'r) 1/2 hr. overleave 1st Class and 1 hr. extra duty. Richtors, B. C. (Cox'n), Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Weir, J. (B. M. 2C) Tight from liberty - 4 hrs. extra duty.

C. W. Condaletta (CP) - Condaletta, C. W. (C. P.) for striking sentry, and Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n), for leaving ship without permission, were placed in double irons by Order of Comd'g. Officer, to await action by the Commander-in-Chief. Smith, J. J. (Prvt.), was placed in double irons for 10 days, by order of Comd'g. Officer for refusing duty. At 11.30, Roberts, C L. (Coxn), while a prisoner in double irons, escaped from the ship and reached the shore in a shore boat before he could be apprehended. A reward of $20 was offered for his apprehension and delivery on board this vessel within ten days.

C. L. Roberts (Cox) - Condaletta, C. W. (C. P.) for striking sentry, and Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n), for leaving ship without permission, were placed in double irons by Order of Comd'g. Officer, to await action by the Commander-in-Chief. Smith, J. J. (Prvt.), was placed in double irons for 10 days, by order of Comd'g. Officer for refusing duty. At 11.30, Roberts, C L. (Coxn), while a prisoner in double irons, escaped from the ship and reached the shore in a shore boat before he could be apprehended. A reward of $20 was offered for his apprehension and delivery on board this vessel within ten days.

J. J. Smith (PM) - Condaletta, C. W. (C. P.) for striking sentry, and Roberts, C. L. (Cox'n), for leaving ship without permission, were placed in double irons by Order of Comd'g. Officer, to await action by the Commander-in-Chief. Smith, J. J. (Prvt.), was placed in double irons for 10 days, by order of Comd'g. Officer for refusing duty. At 11.30, Roberts, C L. (Coxn), while a prisoner in double irons, escaped from the ship and reached the shore in a shore boat before he could be apprehended. A reward of $20 was offered for his apprehension and delivery on board this vessel within ten days.

D. F. Marion (OS) - Marion, D. F. (O. S.) returned from liberty 7 hrs. overtime.

Liberty party left ship at 2.00.

G. W. Cooper (PM) - Cooper G. W. (Prvt. returned from liberty 11 hrs. overtime.


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26 August 1903

D. McKay (Fre 2c) - At 8.30, searched the ship for McKay, D. (F. 2C), and found him absent.

Sent liberty party ashore. Visitors on board.


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27 August 1903

Visitors aboard from 1:00. Sent liberty party ashore.

G. W. Owen (PM) - G. E. Owen, (Prv't.) was brought on board by the police 53 hours overleave and by order of the Commanding Officer a reward of $10.00 was paid for his apprehension and delivery. J. Shipperd, (B. M. 1Cl.) returned on board 52 hours overleave.

John Shipperd (BosM 1c) - G. E. Owen, (Prv't.) was brought on board by the police 53 hours overleave and by order of the Commanding Officer a reward of $10.00 was paid for his apprehension and delivery. J. Shipperd, (B. M. 1Cl.) returned on board 52 hours overleave.\


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28 August 1903

J. B. Straight (App 1c) - J. B. Straight, (A. 1C.), returned on board 48 hrs. overleave.

J. F. Quann (OS) - Quann, J. F. (O. S.), and Grogan, J. (O.S.) returned from liberty 3 hrs. overtime.

J. Grogan (OS) - Quann, J. F. (O. S.), and Grogan, J. (O.S.) returned from liberty 3 hrs. overtime.

Visitors on board till 5.00. Exchanged following signals. At 7.25, C. to M. Ardois "Signal message regarding preparations to get underway is annnulled. The following is a copy of telegrams received this afternoon. 'Concord and Marblehead remain Portland until September fifth, then proceed Bremerton. (Sig.) Glass." Comd'g Officer report on board at earliest convenience.


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29 August 1903

D. C. Inman (Lds) - The following men were declared deserters by order of Comd'g Officer:- D. C. Inman (Lds), C. H. Bauer, Bkr 2C, N. M. Lawrence (MaA 3C), E. W. Mohler (S. C. 4c), H. A. Collins, (C.P.), J. W. Wilson, (C.P.), J. H. Abercrombie, (F. 2C.), J. I. Kinder, (C. P.), J. P. Church, (Prv't.), D. McNeil, & T. W. Bray, (Prv'ts).

N. M. Lawrence (MAA 3c) - The following men were declared deserters by order of Comd'g Officer:- D. C. Inman (Lds), C. H. Bauer, Bkr 2C, N. M. Lawrence (MaA 3C), E. W. Mohler (S. C. 4c), H. A. Collins, (C.P.), J. W. Wilson, (C.P.), J. H. Abercrombie, (F. 2C.), J. I. Kinder, (C. P.), J. P. Church, (Prv't.), D. McNeil, & T. W. Bray, (Prv'ts).

C. H. Bauer (Baker) - The following men were declared deserters by order of Comd'g Officer:- D. C. Inman (Lds), C. H. Bauer, Bkr 2C, N. M. Lawrence (MaA 3C), E. W. Mohler (S. C. 4c), H. A. Collins, (C.P.), J. W. Wilson, (C.P.), J. H. Abercrombie, (F. 2C.), J. I. Kinder, (C. P.), J. P. Church, (Prv't.), D. McNeil, & T. W. Bray, (Prv'ts).

E. W. Mohler (Sh Cook 4c) - The following men were declared deserters by order of Comd'g Officer:- D. C. Inman (Lds), C. H. Bauer, Bkr 2C, N. M. Lawrence (MaA 3C), E. W. Mohler (S. C. 4c), H. A. Collins, (C.P.), J. W. Wilson, (C.P.), J. H. Abercrombie, (F. 2C.), J. I. Kinder, (C. P.), J. P. Church, (Prv't.), D. McNeil, & T. W. Bray, (Prv'ts).

H. A. Collins (CP) - The following men were declared deserters by order of Comd'g Officer:- D. C. Inman (Lds), C. H. Bauer, Bkr 2C, N. M. Lawrence (MaA 3C), E. W. Mohler (S. C. 4c), H. A. Collins, (C.P.), J. W. Wilson, (C.P.), J. H. Abercrombie, (F. 2C.), J. I. Kinder, (C. P.), J. P. Church, (Prv't.), D. McNeil, & T. W. Bray, (Prv'ts).

J. H. Abercrombie (Fire 2c) - The following men were declared deserters by order of Comd'g Officer:- D. C. Inman (Lds), C. H. Bauer, Bkr 2C, N. M. Lawrence (MaA 3C), E. W. Mohler (S. C. 4c), H. A. Collins, (C.P.), J. W. Wilson, (C.P.), J. H. Abercrombie, (F. 2C.), J. I. Kinder, (C. P.), J. P. Church, (Prv't.), D. McNeil, & T. W. Bray, (Prv'ts).

J. I. Kinder (CP) - The following men were declared deserters by order of Comd'g Officer:- D. C. Inman (Lds), C. H. Bauer, Bkr 2C, N. M. Lawrence (MaA 3C), E. W. Mohler (S. C. 4c), H. A. Collins, (C.P.), J. W. Wilson, (C.P.), J. H. Abercrombie, (F. 2C.), J. I. Kinder, (C. P.), J. P. Church, (Prv't.), D. McNeil, & T. W. Bray, (Prv'ts).

J. P. Church (PM) - The following men were declared deserters by order of Comd'g Officer:- D. C. Inman (Lds), C. H. Bauer, Bkr 2C, N. M. Lawrence (MaA 3C), E. W. Mohler (S. C. 4c), H. A. Collins, (C.P.), J. W. Wilson, (C.P.), J. H. Abercrombie, (F. 2C.), J. I. Kinder, (C. P.), J. P. Church, (Prv't.), D. McNeil, & T. W. Bray, (Prv'ts).

J. W. Wilson (CP) - The following men were declared deserters by order of Comd'g Officer:- D. C. Inman (Lds), C. H. Bauer, Bkr 2C, N. M. Lawrence (MaA 3C), E. W. Mohler (S. C. 4c), H. A. Collins, (C.P.), J. W. Wilson, (C.P.), J. H. Abercrombie, (F. 2C.), J. I. Kinder, (C. P.), J. P. Church, (Prv't.), D. McNeil, & T. W. Bray, (Prv'ts).

D. McNeil (PM) - The following men were declared deserters by order of Comd'g Officer:- D. C. Inman (Lds), C. H. Bauer, Bkr 2C, N. M. Lawrence (MaA 3C), E. W. Mohler (S. C. 4c), H. A. Collins, (C.P.), J. W. Wilson, (C.P.), J. H. Abercrombie, (F. 2C.), J. I. Kinder, (C. P.), J. P. Church, (Prv't.), D. McNeil, & T. W. Bray, (Prv'ts).

T. W. Bray (PM) - The following men were declared deserters by order of Comd'g Officer:- D. C. Inman (Lds), C. H. Bauer, Bkr 2C, N. M. Lawrence (MaA 3C), E. W. Mohler (S. C. 4c), H. A. Collins, (C.P.), J. W. Wilson, (C.P.), J. H. Abercrombie, (F. 2C.), J. I. Kinder, (C. P.), J. P. Church, (Prv't.), D. McNeil, & T. W. Bray, (Prv'ts).

E. A. Strosser (CarpM 3c) - Absentees same as forenoon except Strosser, E. A. (C. M. 3cl), who returned from leave 35 hours overtime.


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at anchor portland oregon

Lat 50.5, Long -2.4


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30 August 1903

C. C. Supplee (CP) - The following men were this day declared deserters from Aug. 20, 1903:- C. C. Supplee (C. P.); W. L. Leabo; J. D. Alder, (Prv't); T. C. Page, (Prv't); and E. Herriman (Shipwright).

T. C. Page (PM) - The following men were this day declared deserters from Aug. 20, 1903:- C. C. Supplee (C. P.); W. L. Leabo; J. D. Alder, (Prv't); T. C. Page, (Prv't); and E. Herriman (Shipwright).

J. D. Alder (PM) - The following men were this day declared deserters from Aug. 20, 1903:- C. C. Supplee (C. P.); W. L. Leabo; J. D. Alder, (Prv't); T. C. Page, (Prv't); and E. Herriman (Shipwright).

E. Herriman (Shipwright) - The following men were this day declared deserters from Aug. 20, 1903:- C. C. Supplee (C. P.); W. L. Leabo; J. D. Alder, (Prv't); T. C. Page, (Prv't); and E. Herriman (Shipwright).

W. L. Leabo (CP) - The following men were this day declared deserters from Aug. 20, 1903:- C. C. Supplee (C. P.); W. L. Leabo; J. D. Alder, (Prv't); T. C. Page, (Prv't); and E. Herriman (Shipwright).

Sent liberty party ashore. Visitors aboard from 1.00.

Visitors aboard till 5.30.


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31 August 1903

at anchor portland oregon

Lat 50.5, Long -2.4


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31 August 1903

D. F. Marion (OS) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishment:- Marion, D. T. (O. S.), - 7 hrs. overleave -2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Cooper, G. W. (Prv't) - 11 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Owen, G. E. (Prv't), 48 hrs. overleave & brought on board by the police - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shipperd J. (B. M. 1C) - 52 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A. 2C), 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Quan, J. R. (O. S.), - 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Grogan, J. (O. S.) - 3 hrs. overleave - 1st class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, P. H. (Lds.) - Usng indecent language to B. M. - 24 hrs. double irons. Dennis, G. R. (O. S.) - disobeying orders - 24 hrs. double irons. Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) - 35 hrs. overleave - 3d class & 24 hrs. double irons. By order of Comd'g Officer, Smith, J. J. (Prv't.) was released from confinement, and Miller, P. H. (Lds) and Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) were confined in double irons in accordance with above punishment.

G. W. Cooper (PM) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishment:- Marion, D. T. (O. S.), - 7 hrs. overleave -2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Cooper, G. W. (Prv't) - 11 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Owen, G. E. (Prv't), 48 hrs. overleave & brought on board by the police - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shipperd J. (B. M. 1C) - 52 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A. 2C), 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Quan, J. R. (O. S.), - 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Grogan, J. (O. S.) - 3 hrs. overleave - 1st class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, P. H. (Lds.) - Usng indecent language to B. M. - 24 hrs. double irons. Dennis, G. R. (O. S.) - disobeying orders - 24 hrs. double irons. Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) - 35 hrs. overleave - 3d class & 24 hrs. double irons. By order of Comd'g Officer, Smith, J. J. (Prv't.) was released from confinement, and Miller, P. H. (Lds) and Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) were confined in double irons in accordance with above punishment.

G. E. Owen (PM) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishment:- Marion, D. T. (O. S.), - 7 hrs. overleave -2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Cooper, G. W. (Prv't) - 11 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Owen, G. E. (Prv't), 48 hrs. overleave & brought on board by the police - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shipperd J. (B. M. 1C) - 52 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A. 2C), 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Quan, J. R. (O. S.), - 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Grogan, J. (O. S.) - 3 hrs. overleave - 1st class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, P. H. (Lds.) - Usng indecent language to B. M. - 24 hrs. double irons. Dennis, G. R. (O. S.) - disobeying orders - 24 hrs. double irons. Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) - 35 hrs. overleave - 3d class & 24 hrs. double irons. By order of Comd'g Officer, Smith, J. J. (Prv't.) was released from confinement, and Miller, P. H. (Lds) and Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) were confined in double irons in accordance with above punishment.

J. B. Straight (App 2c) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishment:- Marion, D. T. (O. S.), - 7 hrs. overleave -2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Cooper, G. W. (Prv't) - 11 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Owen, G. E. (Prv't), 48 hrs. overleave & brought on board by the police - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shipperd J. (B. M. 1C) - 52 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A. 2C), 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Quan, J. R. (O. S.), - 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Grogan, J. (O. S.) - 3 hrs. overleave - 1st class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, P. H. (Lds.) - Usng indecent language to B. M. - 24 hrs. double irons. Dennis, G. R. (O. S.) - disobeying orders - 24 hrs. double irons. Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) - 35 hrs. overleave - 3d class & 24 hrs. double irons. By order of Comd'g Officer, Smith, J. J. (Prv't.) was released from confinement, and Miller, P. H. (Lds) and Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) were confined in double irons in accordance with above punishment.

J. F. Quann (OS) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishment:- Marion, D. T. (O. S.), - 7 hrs. overleave -2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Cooper, G. W. (Prv't) - 11 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Owen, G. E. (Prv't), 48 hrs. overleave & brought on board by the police - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shipperd J. (B. M. 1C) - 52 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A. 2C), 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Quan, J. R. (O. S.), - 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Grogan, J. (O. S.) - 3 hrs. overleave - 1st class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, P. H. (Lds.) - Usng indecent language to B. M. - 24 hrs. double irons. Dennis, G. R. (O. S.) - disobeying orders - 24 hrs. double irons. Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) - 35 hrs. overleave - 3d class & 24 hrs. double irons. By order of Comd'g Officer, Smith, J. J. (Prv't.) was released from confinement, and Miller, P. H. (Lds) and Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) were confined in double irons in accordance with above punishment.

J. Grogan (OS) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishment:- Marion, D. T. (O. S.), - 7 hrs. overleave -2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Cooper, G. W. (Prv't) - 11 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Owen, G. E. (Prv't), 48 hrs. overleave & brought on board by the police - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shipperd J. (B. M. 1C) - 52 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A. 2C), 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Quan, J. R. (O. S.), - 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Grogan, J. (O. S.) - 3 hrs. overleave - 1st class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, P. H. (Lds.) - Usng indecent language to B. M. - 24 hrs. double irons. Dennis, G. R. (O. S.) - disobeying orders - 24 hrs. double irons. Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) - 35 hrs. overleave - 3d class & 24 hrs. double irons. By order of Comd'g Officer, Smith, J. J. (Prv't.) was released from confinement, and Miller, P. H. (Lds) and Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) were confined in double irons in accordance with above punishment.

P. H. Miller (Lds) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishment:- Marion, D. T. (O. S.), - 7 hrs. overleave -2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Cooper, G. W. (Prv't) - 11 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Owen, G. E. (Prv't), 48 hrs. overleave & brought on board by the police - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shipperd J. (B. M. 1C) - 52 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A. 2C), 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Quan, J. R. (O. S.), - 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Grogan, J. (O. S.) - 3 hrs. overleave - 1st class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, P. H. (Lds.) - Usng indecent language to B. M. - 24 hrs. double irons. Dennis, G. R. (O. S.) - disobeying orders - 24 hrs. double irons. Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) - 35 hrs. overleave - 3d class & 24 hrs. double irons. By order of Comd'g Officer, Smith, J. J. (Prv't.) was released from confinement, and Miller, P. H. (Lds) and Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) were confined in double irons in accordance with above punishment.

F. A. Strosser (CarpM 3c) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishment:- Marion, D. T. (O. S.), - 7 hrs. overleave -2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Cooper, G. W. (Prv't) - 11 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Owen, G. E. (Prv't), 48 hrs. overleave & brought on board by the police - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shipperd J. (B. M. 1C) - 52 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A. 2C), 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Quan, J. R. (O. S.), - 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Grogan, J. (O. S.) - 3 hrs. overleave - 1st class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, P. H. (Lds.) - Usng indecent language to B. M. - 24 hrs. double irons. Dennis, G. R. (O. S.) - disobeying orders - 24 hrs. double irons. Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) - 35 hrs. overleave - 3d class & 24 hrs. double irons. By order of Comd'g Officer, Smith, J. J. (Prv't.) was released from confinement, and Miller, P. H. (Lds) and Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) were confined in double irons in accordance with above punishment.

G. R. Dennis (OS) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishment:- Marion, D. T. (O. S.), - 7 hrs. overleave -2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Cooper, G. W. (Prv't) - 11 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Owen, G. E. (Prv't), 48 hrs. overleave & brought on board by the police - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shipperd J. (B. M. 1C) - 52 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A. 2C), 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Quan, J. R. (O. S.), - 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Grogan, J. (O. S.) - 3 hrs. overleave - 1st class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, P. H. (Lds.) - Usng indecent language to B. M. - 24 hrs. double irons. Dennis, G. R. (O. S.) - disobeying orders - 24 hrs. double irons. Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) - 35 hrs. overleave - 3d class & 24 hrs. double irons. By order of Comd'g Officer, Smith, J. J. (Prv't.) was released from confinement, and Miller, P. H. (Lds) and Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) were confined in double irons in accordance with above punishment.

J. J. Smith (PM) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishment:- Marion, D. T. (O. S.), - 7 hrs. overleave -2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Cooper, G. W. (Prv't) - 11 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Owen, G. E. (Prv't), 48 hrs. overleave & brought on board by the police - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shipperd J. (B. M. 1C) - 52 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A. 2C), 48 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Quan, J. R. (O. S.), - 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Grogan, J. (O. S.) - 3 hrs. overleave - 1st class & 3 hrs. extra duty. Miller, P. H. (Lds.) - Usng indecent language to B. M. - 24 hrs. double irons. Dennis, G. R. (O. S.) - disobeying orders - 24 hrs. double irons. Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) - 35 hrs. overleave - 3d class & 24 hrs. double irons. By order of Comd'g Officer, Smith, J. J. (Prv't.) was released from confinement, and Miller, P. H. (Lds) and Dennis, G. R. (O.S.) were confined in double irons in accordance with above punishment.

The effects of the following named deserters were this day sold at auction for an amount of $6.55. Bray, M. R. (Prv't) Alder, J. (Prv't.), McNeil, D. (Prv't), Page, T. C. (Prv't), Inman, D. C. (Lds.), Bauer, C. H. (Bak. 2c), Lawrence, N. M. (M.A.A. 3C) Mohler, E. W. (S. C. 4C), Collins, H. A. (C. P.), Wilson, J. W. (C.P.), Abercrombie, J. H. (F. 2C), Kinder, J. J. (C. P.), Supplee, C. C. (C.P.), Herriman, E. (Shipwright.), Leabo, W. L. (C. P.).

Rec'd. official visit from Mayor of Portland. Visitors on board after 1.00. Liberty party left at 2.30.



LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1903


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at anchor portland oregon

Lat 50.5, Long -2.4


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1 September 1903

Drilled at company drill. Exercised gun pointers at Morris tube practice and guns' crews at loading drill. The Commanding Officer called officially on the Comd'g. General of the Dep't. of Comunbia and the Commanding Officer of Vancouver Barracks.

G. R. Dennis (OS) - Released from confinement Dennis, G. R. (O.S.), Miller, P. H. (Lds.), and Joseph Smith, Prv't), their terms of confinement having expired.

P. H. Miller (Lds) - Released from confinement Dennis, G. R. (O.S.), Miller, P. H. (Lds.), and Joseph Smith, Prv't), their terms of confinement having expired.

J. J. Smith (PM) - Released from confinement Dennis, G. R. (O.S.), Miller, P. H. (Lds.), and Joseph Smith, Prv't), their terms of confinement having expired.

Visitors on board.


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at anchor portland oregon

Lat 50.5, Long -2.4


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2 September 1903

M. F. McGreevy (Mach 1c) - By order of the Captain the following changes in rating were made from Aug 20th, 1903: M. F. McGreevy, Mch. 1Cl. to Chief Machinist; T. Burke, W. T. to machinist 1st class; R. J. Cantwell, Oiler, to machinist 2d class; F. H. Hart, mch. 2 cl. to machinist 1st class.

T. Burke (WT) - By order of the Captain the following changes in rating were made from Aug 20th, 1903: M. F. McGreevy, Mch. 1Cl. to Chief Machinist; T. Burke, W. T. to machinist 1st class; R. J. Cantwell, Oiler, to machinist 2d class; F. H. Hart, mch. 2 cl. to machinist 1st class.

R. J. Cantwell (Oiler) - By order of the Captain the following changes in rating were made from Aug 20th, 1903: M. F. McGreevy, Mch. 1Cl. to Chief Machinist; T. Burke, W. T. to machinist 1st class; R. J. Cantwell, Oiler, to machinist 2d class; F. H. Hart, mch. 2 cl. to machinist 1st class.

T. H. Hart (Mach 2c) - By order of the Captain the following changes in rating were made from Aug 20th, 1903: M. F. McGreevy, Mch. 1Cl. to Chief Machinist; T. Burke, W. T. to machinist 1st class; R. J. Cantwell, Oiler, to machinist 2d class; F. H. Hart, mch. 2 cl. to machinist 1st class.

Sent liberty party ashore.


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at anchor portland oregon

Lat 50.5, Long -2.4


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3 September 1903

USS Marblehead - Executed morning orders. Hove in to 25 fathoms chain and secured this ship and the U.S.S. Marblehead stern to stern.

Decorated ship preparatory to a reception to be given in the afternoon.

Brigadier General Frederick Funston US Army - Gave a reception on board this ship and U.S.S. Marblehead, to the Officers at Vancouver Barracks & citizens of Portland. Fired a salute of 11 guns to Brigadier General Frederick Funston, U.S.A.

Sent liberty party ashore.


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at anchor portland oregon

Lat 50.5, Long -2.4


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4 September 1903

Taku Sanui (Mess Att) - By order of the Commanding Officer T. Sanui, M. Att. and T. Nakami, M. Att. were declared deserters from this ship and from the U.S. Naval Service from August 25 - 1903.

T. Nakami (Mess Att) - By order of the Commanding Officer T. Sanui, M. Att. and T. Nakami, M. Att. were declared deserters from this ship and from the U.S. Naval Service from August 25 - 1903.

M. F. McGreevy (Mach 1c) - The following men received permanent appointments in their respective ratings dating from July 28th 1903:- M. F. McGreevy, as Mch. 1 cl.; R. J. Cantwell as Oiler; F. H. Hart, as Mch 2cl.

R. J. Cantwell (Oiler) - The following men received permanent appointments in their respective ratings dating from July 28th 1903:- M. F. McGreevy, as Mch. 1 cl.; R. J. Cantwell as Oiler; F. H. Hart, as Mch 2cl.

F. H. Hart (Mach 2c) - The following men received permanent appointments in their respective ratings dating from July 28th 1903:- M. F. McGreevy, as Mch. 1 cl.; R. J. Cantwell as Oiler; F. H. Hart, as Mch 2cl.

Making preparations for getting underway. Visitors aboard from 1.00. Signal at 12.10 C to M. W.W. " Be prepared to get underway at eight A.M. tomorrow morning to steam at eleven knots, pilot has been ordered on board."

Making preparations for getting underway.

Jack Quigley (Lds) - Enlisted Jack Quigley, as Landsman for training.

C. C. Staley (App 2c) - At 11:45, discovered C. C. Staley A 2C., and A. B. Creel, A 2C., to be absent without authority from station and duty as quartermaster and signal boy respectively.

A. B. Creel (App 2c) - At 11:45, discovered C. C. Staley A 2C., and A. B. Creel, A 2C., to be absent without authority from station and duty as quartermaster and signal boy respectively.


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at anchor portland oregon enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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5 September 1903

900 grays harbor light house bore on stbd beam distant 119 miles

Lat 46.43, Long -124.03

C. C. Staley (App 2c) - Searched ship for C. C. Staley, A 2C., and A. B. Creel, A 2C., and found them to be absent without authority. Discovered punt to be missing.

A. B. Creel (App 2c) - Searched ship for C. C. Staley, A 2C., and A. B. Creel, A 2C., and found them to be absent without authority. Discovered punt to be missing.

Recovered punt. Making preparations for getting underway.

USS Marblehead - At 8.18, called all hands to unmoor ship. At 8.37, got underway, and formed column with U.S.S. Marblehead distance 400 yds. Steering various courses, pilot at the conn, standing down Williamette and Columbia Rivers.

J. Stark (Fire 1c) - The following men were this day declared deserters to date form Aug 26, 1903. Stark, J. (F. 1 C), Roberts, C. L. (Cox), McKay, D. (F. 1C), Atwood, E. B. (C. P.).

C. L. Roberts (Cox) - The following men were this day declared deserters to date form Aug 26, 1903. Stark, J. (F. 1 C), Roberts, C. L. (Cox), McKay, D. (F. 1C), Atwood, E. B. (C. P.).

D. McKay (Fre 1c) - The following men were this day declared deserters to date form Aug 26, 1903. Stark, J. (F. 1 C), Roberts, C. L. (Cox), McKay, D. (F. 1C), Atwood, E. B. (C. P.).

E. B. Atwood (CP) - The following men were this day declared deserters to date form Aug 26, 1903. Stark, J. (F. 1 C), Roberts, C. L. (Cox), McKay, D. (F. 1C), Atwood, E. B. (C. P.).

Steaming in column with U.S.S. Marblehead at distance. Steering various courses standing down Columbia river and crossing bar, under conn of pilot, till 5.40 when set course N.43oW. (p.s.c.).

Stopped from 4.05 to 4.15 to land river pilot and take on bar pilot, and stopped from 5.30 to 5.35 to land bar pilot.

At 5.55, sighted north bound steamer on port beam.


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash and at buoy

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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6 September 1903


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at bouy off bremerton washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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7 September 1903


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at bouy off bremerton washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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8 September 1903

J. M. Staples (PM) - Mustered at quarters at 9.30. Absentees as follows:- Staples, J. M. (Prv't.), Mortimer, G. F. (H. App.), Staley, C. C. (A 2C), Creel, A. B. (A. 2C), Roger, R. B. (O.S.).

G. F. Mortimer (Hos App) - Mustered at quarters at 9.30. Absentees as follows:- Staples, J. M. (Prv't.), Mortimer, G. F. (H. App.), Staley, C. C. (A 2C), Creel, A. B. (A. 2C), Roger, R. B. (O.S.).

C. C. Staley (App 2c) - Mustered at quarters at 9.30. Absentees as follows:- Staples, J. M. (Prv't.), Mortimer, G. F. (H. App.), Staley, C. C. (A 2C), Creel, A. B. (A. 2C), Roger, R. B. (O.S.).

R. B. Rogers (OS) - Mustered at quarters at 9.30. Absentees as follows:- Staples, J. M. (Prv't.), Mortimer, G. F. (H. App.), Staley, C. C. (A 2C), Creel, A. B. (A. 2C), Roger, R. B. (O.S.).

A. B. Creel (App 2c) - Mustered at quarters at 9.30. Absentees as follows:- Staples, J. M. (Prv't.), Mortimer, G. F. (H. App.), Staley, C. C. (A 2C), Creel, A. B. (A. 2C), Roger, R. B. (O.S.).

C. W. Condaletta (CP) - Punishment assigned to C. W. Condaletta, C. P., by Captain after referral C in C:- Drunk on duty - 10 days double irons; Striking sentry - ten days double irons.

Exercised 6", 6 pdr, and 3 pdr. gun pointers at Morris tube practice from 1:30 to 3:00, and 6 " guns crews at loading drill form 1:30 to 2:15.

By order of Captain C. W. Condaletta, C. P., was released from confinement his term having expired. The Commandant of the Navy Yard made an official call on the Commanding Officer.

Sent liberty party ashore.


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at buoy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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9 September 1903

Staples JM - Muster at quarters

Mortimer ? - Muster at quarters

Staley CC - Muster at quarters

Creel AB - Muster at quarters

Rogers RB - Muster at quarters

5 absentees, 4 sick for target practice


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at buoy off bremerton washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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10 September 1903

The commander in chief visited the ship

Staples JM - Absent at muster

Staley CC - Absent at muster

Mortimer ? - Absent at muster

Creel AB - Absent at muster

Rogers RB - Absent at muster


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at buoy off bremerton washinhton

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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11 September 1903

executed fire and collission drill

Rogers RB - absent at muster

Staples JM - absent at muster

Staley CC - absent at muster

Creel AB - absent at muster

A. Sullivan was given acting appointment as oiler from Sept 10th.

? Mortimer was brought on board by police authorities from Portland, Oregon, a reward of 10.00 was paid for his delivery.

GR Cole - pLate in manning boat, extra duty

Pelletier WS - Late in manning boat, extra duty

DG Drapeau - punishment

JM Shearer - Late in manning boat, extra duty

Smith WW - punishment: extra duty

Desvon L - punishment: extra duty

Dumm M - punishment: extra duty

Wilshif G - punishment: extra duty

York EF - punishment: extra duty

Mortimer ? - Demoted and extra duty

Made weekly test of flood cocks and found all in good order


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at buoy off bremerton washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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12 September 1903


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at buoy of bremerton washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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13 September 1903

Inspected life buoys

The commanding officer left the ship on 48h leave

Staley CC - absent at muster

Creel AB - absent at muster

M. Staples - declared a deserter


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at buoy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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14 September 1903

Signals during watch as follows:- 1:00, F. to Sq'd. Gen 513; 1:20 C. to N. W.W. "To Ensign Wade, A board of survey of which you are a member will meet on board the Bennington at ten thirty tomorrow morning. (Sig.) A. H. Seales."

Sent liberty party ashore.


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at buoy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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15 September 1903

C. W. Kuhn (App 2c) -

H. Foote (Sgt) -

G. E. Cooper (PM) -

M. Duggan (Fire 1c) -

G. W. Brinley (Fire 1c) -

J. J. Smith (PM) -

A. Ninai (Mess Att) -

A. B. Creel (App 2c) - The following men were this day declared deserters to date from Sept. 5th inst:- Creel, A. B. (A 2C), Staley, C. C. (A 2C).

C. C. Staley (App 2c) - The following men were this day declared deserters to date from Sept. 5th inst:- Creel, A. B. (A 2C), Staley, C. C. (A 2C).

The Captain returned form 48 hrs. leave.

Rec'd following signals, At 2.45, F. to C. W.W. "Send in a memorandum showing vacancies tomorrow night by Thursday a.m. guard boat, showing needed rates so that Celtic's available men may be asked for."

W. W. Smith (Lds) - Smith, W. W. (Lds.) & Bruce, F. Z. (Lds.) were transferred to Navy Yard hospital with bags and hammocks.

F. Z. Bruce (Lds) - Smith, W. W. (Lds.) & Bruce, F. Z. (Lds.) were transferred to Navy Yard hospital with bags and hammocks.

A three mile race between a cutter from this ship and one from the U.S.S. Marblehead, was won by this ship. Exchanged following signals. At 4:20, C to F W.W. "Permission requested to cheer racing crew." At 4:25 F. to C. W.W. "Permission granted." At 5:00 C. to F. W.W. "Permission requested to blow siren and whistle." At 5:05, F. to C. W.W. "Permission granted." Liberty party left ship.


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at buoy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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16 September 1903

Landed infantry and artillery section on shore for drill.

Sent liberty party on shore. 1:30 the Comd'g Officer visited the flagship. Exchanged the following signals:- F. to C. WW. " The Admiral would like to see Capt Perkins on board Flagship";

The effects of the following named deserters were sold at auction as follows:- C. C. Staley, (A. 2C), - 35 cts. C. B. Atwood, (C.P.) - 25 cts.. A. B. Creel, (A. 2C.) $.70, J. Stark, (F. 1C) $.10. T. Sanui, (M. Att. $.30. J. M. Staples, (Prv'e. M.C.) - .05. Total $1.75.

Reward of $10.00 each offered for M. Duggan, F. 1C., G. W. Brinley, F. 1 C., A. Ninai, M. Att., J. J. Smith, Prv't. M., and G. E. Cooper, Prv'g M. A reward of $20.00 offered for A. Ninai, Mess Att.


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at bouy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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17 September 1903

Offered reward of $10.00 for the apprehension and delivery on board of G. A. Shores, (Prv't).

G. A. Shores (PM) - G. A. Shore, (Prv't)., returned on board 31 hours overleave.

F. B. Mcmillen (1st Sgt) - Received from the Marine Barracks, Bremerton, Wash., F. B. McMillen, (1st. Sg't. U.S.M.C.), with his effects.

Lieut. Comdr. W. W. Buchanan USN - At 1:30 a board, Lieut. Comd'r. W. W. Buchanan, U.S.N., senior member, met for the examination of Chief Petty Officers, and adjourned at 3.30.

H. Foote (Sgt) - Transferred H. Foote, 1st Sgt. U.S.M.C., to the Marine Barracks, Bremerton, Wash., with his effects. F. Hartford, Prv't., returned on board 11 hrs. overleave.

F. Hartford (PM) - Transferred H. Foote, 1st Sgt. U.S.M.C., to the Marine Barracks, Bremerton, Wash., with his effects. F. Hartford, Prv't., returned on board 11 hrs. overleave.


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at bouy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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18 September 1903

C. O. Warner (App 2c) - The following men returned from liberty 24 hrs. overtime: Warner, C. O. (A 2C), Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.).

R. B. Rogers (OS) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments:- Rogers, R. B. (O. S.) - 96 hrs. overleave - 4th Cl. 2 months & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C), and Schanel, C. (A 2C) - Talking at quarters - Each 24 hrs. double irons. Schanel, C. (A 2C), and Dunn, M. (O. S.) - Cleaning deck-lights with broom - Each 8 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.), - Smoking out of hours - 4 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F. (Prvt)- 11 hrs. overleave - 2d Class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Shores, G. A. (Prvt) 31 hrs. overleave 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (A 2C), 24 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs extra duty. Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.) - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

Karl Kitschke (SailM M) - The following men returned from liberty 24 hrs. overtime: Warner, C. O. (A 2C), Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.).

C. Schanel (App 2c) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments:- Rogers, R. B. (O. S.) - 96 hrs. overleave - 4th Cl. 2 months & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C), and Schanel, C. (A 2C) - Talking at quarters - Each 24 hrs. double irons. Schanel, C. (A 2C), and Dunn, M. (O. S.) - Cleaning deck-lights with broom - Each 8 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.), - Smoking out of hours - 4 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F. (Prvt)- 11 hrs. overleave - 2d Class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Shores, G. A. (Prvt) 31 hrs. overleave 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (A 2C), 24 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs extra duty. Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.) - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

P. A. Shearer (App 2c) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments:- Rogers, R. B. (O. S.) - 96 hrs. overleave - 4th Cl. 2 months & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C), and Schanel, C. (A 2C) - Talking at quarters - Each 24 hrs. double irons. Schanel, C. (A 2C), and Dunn, M. (O. S.) - Cleaning deck-lights with broom - Each 8 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.), - Smoking out of hours - 4 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F. (Prvt)- 11 hrs. overleave - 2d Class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Shores, G. A. (Prvt) 31 hrs. overleave 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (A 2C), 24 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs extra duty. Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.) - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

M. Dunn (OS) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments:- Rogers, R. B. (O. S.) - 96 hrs. overleave - 4th Cl. 2 months & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C), and Schanel, C. (A 2C) - Talking at quarters - Each 24 hrs. double irons. Schanel, C. (A 2C), and Dunn, M. (O. S.) - Cleaning deck-lights with broom - Each 8 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.), - Smoking out of hours - 4 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F. (Prvt)- 11 hrs. overleave - 2d Class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Shores, G. A. (Prvt) 31 hrs. overleave 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (A 2C), 24 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs extra duty. Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.) - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

F. Hartford (PM) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments:- Rogers, R. B. (O. S.) - 96 hrs. overleave - 4th Cl. 2 months & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C), and Schanel, C. (A 2C) - Talking at quarters - Each 24 hrs. double irons. Schanel, C. (A 2C), and Dunn, M. (O. S.) - Cleaning deck-lights with broom - Each 8 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.), - Smoking out of hours - 4 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F. (Prvt)- 11 hrs. overleave - 2d Class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Shores, G. A. (Prvt) 31 hrs. overleave 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (A 2C), 24 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs extra duty. Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.) - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

J. Franklin (OS) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments:- Rogers, R. B. (O. S.) - 96 hrs. overleave - 4th Cl. 2 months & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C), and Schanel, C. (A 2C) - Talking at quarters - Each 24 hrs. double irons. Schanel, C. (A 2C), and Dunn, M. (O. S.) - Cleaning deck-lights with broom - Each 8 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.), - Smoking out of hours - 4 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F. (Prvt)- 11 hrs. overleave - 2d Class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Shores, G. A. (Prvt) 31 hrs. overleave 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (A 2C), 24 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs extra duty. Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.) - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

G. A. Shores (PM) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments:- Rogers, R. B. (O. S.) - 96 hrs. overleave - 4th Cl. 2 months & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C), and Schanel, C. (A 2C) - Talking at quarters - Each 24 hrs. double irons. Schanel, C. (A 2C), and Dunn, M. (O. S.) - Cleaning deck-lights with broom - Each 8 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.), - Smoking out of hours - 4 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F. (Prvt)- 11 hrs. overleave - 2d Class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Shores, G. A. (Prvt) 31 hrs. overleave 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (A 2C), 24 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs extra duty. Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.) - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

Karl Kitschke (SailM M) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments:- Rogers, R. B. (O. S.) - 96 hrs. overleave - 4th Cl. 2 months & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C), and Schanel, C. (A 2C) - Talking at quarters - Each 24 hrs. double irons. Schanel, C. (A 2C), and Dunn, M. (O. S.) - Cleaning deck-lights with broom - Each 8 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.), - Smoking out of hours - 4 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F. (Prvt)- 11 hrs. overleave - 2d Class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Shores, G. A. (Prvt) 31 hrs. overleave 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (A 2C), 24 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs extra duty. Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.) - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

C. O. Warner (App 2c) - At 9.00 had mast and the Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments:- Rogers, R. B. (O. S.) - 96 hrs. overleave - 4th Cl. 2 months & 24 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C), and Schanel, C. (A 2C) - Talking at quarters - Each 24 hrs. double irons. Schanel, C. (A 2C), and Dunn, M. (O. S.) - Cleaning deck-lights with broom - Each 8 hrs. extra duty. Franklin, J. (O.S.), - Smoking out of hours - 4 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F. (Prvt)- 11 hrs. overleave - 2d Class & 11 hrs. extra duty. Shores, G. A. (Prvt) 31 hrs. overleave 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Warner, C. O. (A 2C), 24 hrs. overtime - 4th class & 24 hrs extra duty. Nitschke, K. (S.M.M.) - 24 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty.

At 12.00 F. to Sqd. WW. "Officers attending ball-game and smoker of University Club tomorrow are requested to be guests of the Club for luncheon and dinner."

E. D. Myrick (GunM C 1c) - Rewards of $10 each were offered for the apprehension and delivery on board this vessel within 10 days of the following men:- Myrick, E. D. (G. C 1C), Richtois, B. C. (Coxn), Crittenden, D. L. (F. 1C).

B. C. Richtois (Cox) - Rewards of $10 each were offered for the apprehension and delivery on board this vessel within 10 days of the following men:- Myrick, E. D. (G. C 1C), Richtois, B. C. (Coxn), Crittenden, D. L. (F. 1C).

D. L. Crittenden (Fire 1c) - Rewards of $10 each were offered for the apprehension and delivery on board this vessel within 10 days of the following men:- Myrick, E. D. (G. C 1C), Richtois, B. C. (Coxn), Crittenden, D. L. (F. 1C).

USS Celtic - The U.S.S. Celtic went out of Commission.

Lieut. Comdr. R. M. Hughes USN - Exchanged following signals. At 5.35 F. to Sqd. W.W. "Report by signal, names of officers who have been turret officers." At 5.45, C. to F. W.W. "R. M. Hughes, turret on Olympia."


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at buoy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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19 September 1903

General field day.

P. R. Youngs (Fire 2c) - The following men returned overtime from leave. Youngs P. R. (F. 2C), 3 hrs, Bush, C. (O.S.), 3 hrs.

C. Schanel (App 2c) - By order of the C. O. released from confinement in double irons Schanel, (A 2C) & Shearer, P. (A 2C), their term of confinement having expired.

C. Bush (OS) - The following men returned overtime from leave. Youngs P. R. (F. 2C), 3 hrs, Bush, C. (O.S.), 3 hrs.

P. A. Shearer (App 2c) - By order of the C. O. released from confinement in double irons Schanel, (A 2C) & Shearer, P. (A 2C), their term of confinement having expired.

C. P. Weirs (App 2c) - Rewards of $10.00 each were offered for the delivery on board this vessel within 10 days, of the following named men: Weirs, C. (A 2C), Dunn, J. T. (Black Smith)

J. T. Dunn (Blksmth) - Rewards of $10.00 each were offered for the delivery on board this vessel within 10 days, of the following named men: Weirs, C. (A 2C), Dunn, J. T. (Black Smith)

J. Barnes (OS) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).

W. B. Crowe (Lds for Tr.) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).

D. M. Shafroth (OS) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).

R. Hess (OS) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).

A. W. Hone (Lds for Tr.) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).

H. Halcott (CP) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).

J. Costello (CP) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).

J. Morrissey (CP) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).

B. Bohlman (Fire 2c) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).

H. Race (CP) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).

G. Kashima (Mess Att 3c) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).

R. Lyons (Fire 2c) - Rec'd from U.S.R.S. Nipsic to fill vacancies: Barnes, J. (O.S.), Hess, R. (O.S.); Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.), Crowe, W. B. (Lds. for Tr.) Hone, A. W. (Lds. for tr.), Race, H. (C.P.), Halcott, H. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Costello, J. (C.P.) Bohlman, B. (F. 2C), Lyons, R. (F. 2C), Kashima, G. (M. Att. 3C).


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at bouy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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20 September 1903

Did not read Articles of war on account of rain.

Sent liberty party ashore.

J. T. Dunn (Blksmth) - J. T. Dunn, Blacksmith returned on board 55 hours overleave.

B. C. Richtois (Cox) - The following men returned on board overleave: B. C. Richtois, (Cox.) - 85 hours; E. D. Myrick, (G. C. 1cl.), 84 hours.

E. D. Myrick (GunM C 1c) - The following men returned on board overleave: B. C. Richtois, (Cox.) - 85 hours; E. D. Myrick, (G. C. 1cl.), 84 hours.


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at bouy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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21 September 1903

W. B. Crowe (Lds for Tr.) - Crowe, W. B. (Lds), returned from liberty 1 1/2 hrs. overtime.

J. M. Murphy (Elec 3c) - Murphy, J. M. (El. 3C), rec'd certificate of graduation from Electrical School.

Exchanged following signals. At 9.40, F. to Sqd. W.W. "Can any officer under your command furnish any information about anchorage at Midway Islands and facilities for landing cargo?"

At 11:00, C. to F. W. W. "No Concord officer has any information regarding Midway Islands."

E. J. Tucker (Corpl) - A reward of $10 was offered for the apprehension and delivery on board this vessel within 10 days of Tucker, E. (Corp'l).

R. Hess (OS) - Hess, R. (O.S) returned from liberty 7 hrs. overtime.

Moored boats near seawall. Navy tug came alongside at 4:45, and at 5:10 unmoored ship, and assisted by tug, moored alongside Coal-barge XI, at 5.50. Made preparations for coaling ship.

E. J. Tucker (Corpl) - The following men returned overtime. Tucker, E. J. (Corp'l) - 15 hrs. Crittenden, D. L. (F. 1C) 111 hrs.

D. L. Crittenden (Fire 1c) - The following men returned overtime. Tucker, E. J. (Corp'l) - 15 hrs. Crittenden, D. L. (F. 1C) 111 hrs.


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alongside navy coal barge xi bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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22 September 1903

coal: 24 tons - Commenced coaling at 6:00. Rec'd on board during watch 24 tons.

C. Haggbloom (Fire 2c) - Rewards of ten dollars each were offered for the following named men: Smith, J. S. (Prv't), Haggbloom, C. (F 2C), Gubel, J. (B. M. 2C), Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C).

Joseph S. Smith (PM) - Rewards of ten dollars each were offered for the following named men: Smith, J. S. (Prv't), Haggbloom, C. (F 2C), Gubel, J. (B. M. 2C), Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C).

coal: 61 tons - Engaged in coaling ship. Took on board 61 tons. At 11:30 Received coal lighter on starboard side.

C. D. Gass (GunM 3c) - Rewards of ten dollars each were offered for the following named men: Smith, J. S. (Prv't), Haggbloom, C. (F 2C), Gubel, J. (B. M. 2C), Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C).

J. Gubel (BosM 2c) - Rewards of ten dollars each were offered for the following named men: Smith, J. S. (Prv't), Haggbloom, C. (F 2C), Gubel, J. (B. M. 2C), Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C).

Exchanged the following signals:- 1:00 F. to Sqd. Gen 513. Sem. "For the Bennington reception this afternoon service dress will be worn;"

coal: 184 tons - Coaling ship until 5:50, at which time stopped for the day, having taken on board 184 tons during the day.


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alongside navy coal barge xi bermerton wash at buoy

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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23 September 1903

coal: 286 tons -

coal: 37 tons - Commenced coaling at 5:30. Stopped at 7:20, for breakfast. Took on board 37 tons.

coal: 286 tons - Coaling ship from 8:15 to 10:15 when had taken on a total of 286 tons.

T. A. Behan (WT) - Transferred to the Naval Hospital at Bremerton, Wash., with their effects and necessary papers, the following men:- T. A. Behan, (W.T.) and H. A. Henning, Mch. 2 cl.

H. A. Henning (Mach 2c) - Transferred to the Naval Hospital at Bremerton, Wash., with their effects and necessary papers, the following men:- T. A. Behan, (W.T.) and H. A. Henning, Mch. 2 cl.

Navy Yard Tug Pawkucket - At 12:45, the Navy Yard tug, Pawtucket came alongside. At 1:00 cast off from coal hulk and at 2:00, secured to buoy with port chain.

F. to C. W.W. " Jack should not be hoisted when scrub and wash clothes are on the lines."

Cleaning ship and making preparations for getting underway till 6:00, and from 6:30 to 7:30.

C. D. Gass (GunM 3c) - The following men returned on board overleave:- C. D. Gass, G M 3C, 71 hours; J. Gubel, B. M. 2C), 58 hrs.

C. L. Kero (App 3c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Nipsic, with their effects and necessary papers the following men:- Kero, C. L. (A 3C), Monhouse, C. W. (A 3C), King, C. E. (A 3C), Lovell, H. (Lds), Smith, D. C. (Lds for Tr.).

J. Gubel (BosM 2c) - The following men returned on board overleave:- C. D. Gass, G M 3C, 71 hours; J. Gubel, B. M. 2C), 58 hrs.

C. E. King (App 3c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Nipsic, with their effects and necessary papers the following men:- Kero, C. L. (A 3C), Monhouse, C. W. (A 3C), King, C. E. (A 3C), Lovell, H. (Lds), Smith, D. C. (Lds for Tr.).

C. W. Monhouse (App 3c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Nipsic, with their effects and necessary papers the following men:- Kero, C. L. (A 3C), Monhouse, C. W. (A 3C), King, C. E. (A 3C), Lovell, H. (Lds), Smith, D. C. (Lds for Tr.).

H. Lowell (Lds) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Nipsic, with their effects and necessary papers the following men:- Kero, C. L. (A 3C), Monhouse, C. W. (A 3C), King, C. E. (A 3C), Lovell, H. (Lds), Smith, D. C. (Lds for Tr.).

D. C. Smith (Lds for tr.) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Nipsic, with their effects and necessary papers the following men:- Kero, C. L. (A 3C), Monhouse, C. W. (A 3C), King, C. E. (A 3C), Lovell, H. (Lds), Smith, D. C. (Lds for Tr.).


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at bouy off bremerton wash underway and at esquimalt bc

Lat 48.4, Long -123.4


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24 September 1903

steered s 84o w untill 200 when steered various courses heading into esquimalt harbour at 325 moored to buoy no 3 with port chain in 7 fathoms of water

Lat , Long

Making preparations to get underway.

At 8:30, slipped moorings and got underway, steering various courses, standing through Puget Sound, Comd'g Officer at the conn.

At 8:00, F. to C. W.W. "M. will join you about Race Rock about 5 p.m. on Saturday. In case of missing rendezvous proceed separately to San Francisco, without delay. Do not delay beyond Saturday afternoon at Esquimalt unless detained by heavy weather.

At 3:03, fired a national salute of 21 guns with the British ensign at the main. 3.35, fired a salute of 13 guns to British Rear Admiral - Commandant of the Naval Station, with the British ensign at the fore. 3:37, fired salute of 11 guns to Fench Commodore Commander-in-Chief of Pacific Station, with the French ensign at the fore. All salutes were returned. Boarding officers came on board form the Naval Station and from the Protet and the visits were returned. Sent officer on shore to call on U.S. Consul.

At 6:30 the U.S. Consul visited the ship.


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at buoy esquimalt harbor

Lat 54.2, Long -165.6


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25 September 1903

C. P. Weers (App 2c) - Mustered at quarters at 9:30, absentees as follows:- Weers, C. P. (A 2C), Smith, J. S. (Prv't), Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C).

Joseph S. Smith (PM) - Mustered at quarters at 9:30, absentees as follows:- Weers, C. P. (A 2C), Smith, J. S. (Prv't), Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C).

C. Haggbloom (Fire 2c) - Mustered at quarters at 9:30, absentees as follows:- Weers, C. P. (A 2C), Smith, J. S. (Prv't), Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C).

C. W. Kuhn (App 2c) - The Captain awarded the following punishments:- C. W. Kuhn, (A 2C) 5 hrs. overleave - reduced one class & 5 hrs. extra duty; Dunn, J. T. (B. S.), 55 hrs. overleave - 4th cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Myrick, E. D. (G C 1C), 84 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 3 mo. restriction; Bush, C. (O'S.), 3 hrs. overleave:- 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty; Hess, R. (O'S.), 7 hrs. overleave - 2 cl. & 7 hrs. extra duty; Tucker, E. J. (Corp'l). 15 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 15 hrs. extra duty; Crowe, W. B. (Lds.), 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 2 hrs. extra duty; Gass, C. D. (G M 3C), 71 hrs overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B M 2C), 58 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty.

E. D. Myrick (GunM C 1c) - The Captain awarded the following punishments:- C. W. Kuhn, (A 2C) 5 hrs. overleave - reduced one class & 5 hrs. extra duty; Dunn, J. T. (B. S.), 55 hrs. overleave - 4th cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Myrick, E. D. (G C 1C), 84 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 3 mo. restriction; Bush, C. (O'S.), 3 hrs. overleave:- 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty; Hess, R. (O'S.), 7 hrs. overleave - 2 cl. & 7 hrs. extra duty; Tucker, E. J. (Corp'l). 15 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 15 hrs. extra duty; Crowe, W. B. (Lds.), 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 2 hrs. extra duty; Gass, C. D. (G M 3C), 71 hrs overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B M 2C), 58 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty.

J. T. Dunn (Blksmth) - The Captain awarded the following punishments:- C. W. Kuhn, (A 2C) 5 hrs. overleave - reduced one class & 5 hrs. extra duty; Dunn, J. T. (B. S.), 55 hrs. overleave - 4th cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Myrick, E. D. (G C 1C), 84 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 3 mo. restriction; Bush, C. (O'S.), 3 hrs. overleave:- 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty; Hess, R. (O'S.), 7 hrs. overleave - 2 cl. & 7 hrs. extra duty; Tucker, E. J. (Corp'l). 15 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 15 hrs. extra duty; Crowe, W. B. (Lds.), 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 2 hrs. extra duty; Gass, C. D. (G M 3C), 71 hrs overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B M 2C), 58 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty.

R. Hess (OS) - The Captain awarded the following punishments:- C. W. Kuhn, (A 2C) 5 hrs. overleave - reduced one class & 5 hrs. extra duty; Dunn, J. T. (B. S.), 55 hrs. overleave - 4th cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Myrick, E. D. (G C 1C), 84 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 3 mo. restriction; Bush, C. (O'S.), 3 hrs. overleave:- 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty; Hess, R. (O'S.), 7 hrs. overleave - 2 cl. & 7 hrs. extra duty; Tucker, E. J. (Corp'l). 15 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 15 hrs. extra duty; Crowe, W. B. (Lds.), 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 2 hrs. extra duty; Gass, C. D. (G M 3C), 71 hrs overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B M 2C), 58 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty.

C. Bush (OS) - The Captain awarded the following punishments:- C. W. Kuhn, (A 2C) 5 hrs. overleave - reduced one class & 5 hrs. extra duty; Dunn, J. T. (B. S.), 55 hrs. overleave - 4th cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Myrick, E. D. (G C 1C), 84 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 3 mo. restriction; Bush, C. (O'S.), 3 hrs. overleave:- 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty; Hess, R. (O'S.), 7 hrs. overleave - 2 cl. & 7 hrs. extra duty; Tucker, E. J. (Corp'l). 15 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 15 hrs. extra duty; Crowe, W. B. (Lds.), 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 2 hrs. extra duty; Gass, C. D. (G M 3C), 71 hrs overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B M 2C), 58 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty.

E. J. Tucker (Corpl) - The Captain awarded the following punishments:- C. W. Kuhn, (A 2C) 5 hrs. overleave - reduced one class & 5 hrs. extra duty; Dunn, J. T. (B. S.), 55 hrs. overleave - 4th cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Myrick, E. D. (G C 1C), 84 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 3 mo. restriction; Bush, C. (O'S.), 3 hrs. overleave:- 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty; Hess, R. (O'S.), 7 hrs. overleave - 2 cl. & 7 hrs. extra duty; Tucker, E. J. (Corp'l). 15 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 15 hrs. extra duty; Crowe, W. B. (Lds.), 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 2 hrs. extra duty; Gass, C. D. (G M 3C), 71 hrs overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B M 2C), 58 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty.

C. D. Gass (GunM 3c) - The Captain awarded the following punishments:- C. W. Kuhn, (A 2C) 5 hrs. overleave - reduced one class & 5 hrs. extra duty; Dunn, J. T. (B. S.), 55 hrs. overleave - 4th cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Myrick, E. D. (G C 1C), 84 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 3 mo. restriction; Bush, C. (O'S.), 3 hrs. overleave:- 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty; Hess, R. (O'S.), 7 hrs. overleave - 2 cl. & 7 hrs. extra duty; Tucker, E. J. (Corp'l). 15 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 15 hrs. extra duty; Crowe, W. B. (Lds.), 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 2 hrs. extra duty; Gass, C. D. (G M 3C), 71 hrs overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B M 2C), 58 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty.

W. B. Crowe (Lds) - The Captain awarded the following punishments:- C. W. Kuhn, (A 2C) 5 hrs. overleave - reduced one class & 5 hrs. extra duty; Dunn, J. T. (B. S.), 55 hrs. overleave - 4th cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Myrick, E. D. (G C 1C), 84 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 3 mo. restriction; Bush, C. (O'S.), 3 hrs. overleave:- 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty; Hess, R. (O'S.), 7 hrs. overleave - 2 cl. & 7 hrs. extra duty; Tucker, E. J. (Corp'l). 15 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 15 hrs. extra duty; Crowe, W. B. (Lds.), 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 2 hrs. extra duty; Gass, C. D. (G M 3C), 71 hrs overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B M 2C), 58 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty.

J. Gubel (BosM 2c) - The Captain awarded the following punishments:- C. W. Kuhn, (A 2C) 5 hrs. overleave - reduced one class & 5 hrs. extra duty; Dunn, J. T. (B. S.), 55 hrs. overleave - 4th cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Myrick, E. D. (G C 1C), 84 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 3 mo. restriction; Bush, C. (O'S.), 3 hrs. overleave:- 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty; Hess, R. (O'S.), 7 hrs. overleave - 2 cl. & 7 hrs. extra duty; Tucker, E. J. (Corp'l). 15 hrs. overleave - 3d cl. & 15 hrs. extra duty; Crowe, W. B. (Lds.), 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 2 hrs. extra duty; Gass, C. D. (G M 3C), 71 hrs overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty; Gubel, J. (B M 2C), 58 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty.

French Cruiser Protet - The Commodore of the French Cruiser "Protet," made an official call on the Commanding Officer. The Admiral of the Esquimalt Naval Station made an official call on the Commanding Officer and on his departure a salute of 13 guns was fired with the English flag at the fore.

M. Duggan (Fire 1c) - By order of the Commanding Officer the following men were declared deserters from this ship and from the U.S. Naval service from September 15, 1903:- Duggan, M. (F 1C), G. W. Brinley, (F. 1C), J. J. Smith, (Prvt), G. E. Cooper, (Prv't), A. Ninai, (M. Att. 3C).

The Commanding Officer made official vists on the British Rear Admiral Commandant and the French Commodore.

J. J. Smith (PM) - By order of the Commanding Officer the following men were declared deserters from this ship and from the U.S. Naval service from September 15, 1903:- Duggan, M. (F 1C), G. W. Brinley, (F. 1C), J. J. Smith, (Prvt), G. E. Cooper, (Prv't), A. Ninai, (M. Att. 3C).

G. W. Brinley (Fire 1c) - By order of the Commanding Officer the following men were declared deserters from this ship and from the U.S. Naval service from September 15, 1903:- Duggan, M. (F 1C), G. W. Brinley, (F. 1C), J. J. Smith, (Prvt), G. E. Cooper, (Prv't), A. Ninai, (M. Att. 3C).

G. E. Cooper (PM) - By order of the Commanding Officer the following men were declared deserters from this ship and from the U.S. Naval service from September 15, 1903:- Duggan, M. (F 1C), G. W. Brinley, (F. 1C), J. J. Smith, (Prvt), G. E. Cooper, (Prv't), A. Ninai, (M. Att. 3C).

The Commanding Officer, with his staff, made official vists on the Ammerican consul and the Governor of the Province.

A. Ninai (Mess Att 3c) - By order of the Commanding Officer the following men were declared deserters from this ship and from the U.S. Naval service from September 15, 1903:- Duggan, M. (F 1C), G. W. Brinley, (F. 1C), J. J. Smith, (Prvt), G. E. Cooper, (Prv't), A. Ninai, (M. Att. 3C).


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at bouy esquimalt bc and enroute san francisco cal

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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26 September 1903

at 1100 took departure by reckoning from cape flattery light bearing e by s mag distant 7 miles

Lat 48.3, Long 132.6

French Cruiser Protet - Rec'd official visits from American and French consuls & Mayor of Victoria at 10:30. At 11:05, fired a salute of 7 guns, French flag at fore, and consul left ship. At 11:10, "Protet" fired a salute of 7 guns, American flag at the fore. At 11:15, fired a salute of 7 guns, American flag at the fore and the consul left ship. Visitors on board.

At 12:30, rec'd official visit from the Lt. Gov. of British Columbia. At 1:05 rec'd calling committee from "Protet". Made preparations for getting underway. At 2:40 fired a salute of 17 guns, English flag at fore, and the Lt. Gov. left this ship and went on board the "Protet". An officer of this ship reported our intended departure to the French Commodore and the English Admiral. At 3:30 called "all hands" to unmoor ship & at 3:34 slipped moorings and got underway, steering various courses, Comd'g. Officer at the conn, standing out of Esquimalt.

At 4:00, the "Protet" fired a sallute of 17 guns in honour of the Lt. Gov.

5:05, exercised at "Man Overboard." Lowered both life boats. First life boat lowered & picked up life buoy in 1 min. 30 sec. 2d life buoy lowered in 1 min. 40 sec. Hoisted both boats in 4 min. Lost from life buoy, 3 cans and one receptacle.

Mitsutaro Suyenaga (Mess Att 3c) - Enlisted the following named men as Mess Attendants 3d class:- Mitsutaro Suyenaga; Hiyoshito Nishimura; Yasuhei Yasuda.

USS Marblehead - At 4:50 sighted the U.S.S. Marblehead.

Yasuhei Yasuda (Mess Att 3c) - Enlisted the following named men as Mess Attendants 3d class:- Mitsutaro Suyenaga; Hiyoshito Nishimura; Yasuhei Yasuda.

Hiyoshito Nishimura (Mess Att 3c) - Enlisted the following named men as Mess Attendants 3d class:- Mitsutaro Suyenaga; Hiyoshito Nishimura; Yasuhei Yasuda.

Hoisted senior officer's pennant, & broke guard flag.

Steaming with U.S.S. Marblehead in column natural order, at distance, on course S. 73o W. (p.s.c.).


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at sea enroute to san francisco cal

Lat 46.17, Long -124.98


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27 September 1903

USS Marblehead - In column open order in company with U.S.S. Marblehead.

Set clocks back 11 minutes.

At 4:05 sighted South bound steamer three points on starboard quarter.

At 6:55, heard fog horn of sailing vessel, stb'd tack on Stbd quarter. At 7.20 heard steamer's fog whistle on stb'd beam.

11:30 sighted steamers light 2 pts. on Stb'd. bow.


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at sea enroute to san francisco cal

Lat 42.02, Long -124.87


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28 September 1903

740 sighted humboldt light on the port beam

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

USS Marblehead -

Sighted steamer on Stb'd bow at 6.00.

C. P. Weers (App 2c) - By order of C. O. declared Weers, C. P. (A 2C), a deserter from Sept. 18, 1903.

SS Chehalis - At 12:55, sighted north bound steamer dead ahead which proved to be the "Chehalis", of San Francisco, passed her on starboard hand.

At 4:45, sighted tug and 2 schooners on port beam.

At 11:25 sighted north bound steamer one point on port bow and later passed her on port hand.


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at sea enroute to san francisco california

Lat 38.58, Long -123.57


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29 September 1903

san francisco harbor

Lat 37.8, Long 1.4

USS Marblehead - Steaming in column, open order with U.S.S. Marblehead, distant 400 yds, on course S.36oE. (p.s.c.).

At 1:45, sighted passing steamer 2 pts. on port bow.

Set clocks ahead 12 minutes.

At 11:25, sighted sailing vessel dead ahead.

From 2:00, steered various courses, Comd'g Officer at the conn, standing into San Francisco harbor, until 3:34, when, in obedience to orders from the Comd'r-in-Chief, moored with open hawse in12 1/2 fathoms of water, with mooring swivel shackled to the 45 fathom shackles of both port at St'bd shains.

USS Boston - The Comd'g Officer paid an official visit to the Comd'r-in-Chief on the flagship. On entering port, found U.S.S. Boston & U.S.S. Wyoming at anchor, and exchanged dist'g pennants with the U.S.S. Boston, the flagship.

USS Wyoming - The Comd'g Officer paid an official visit to the Comd'r-in-Chief on the flagship. On entering port, found U.S.S. Boston & U.S.S. Wyoming at anchor, and exchanged dist'g pennants with the U.S.S. Boston, the flagship.

Liberty party left ship at 7:30.


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at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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30 September 1903

Liberty party returned at 7.00.

USS Boston - 11:30 the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Boston visited the ship.

USS Marblehead - 11:30, Rear Admiral Glass hoisted his flag on the U.S.S. Marblehead.

USS Wyoming - The Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Wyoming visited the ship.

C. W. Morehouse (App 3c) - Transferred to the U.S.R.S. Pensacola:- Morehouse, C. W. (A 3C), Lovell, H. (Lds. for Tr.), Kero, C. L. (A 3C), King, C. E. (A 3C), Smith, D. C. (Lds for Tr).

Sent liberty party ashore.

D. C. Smith (Lds for tr.) - Transferred to the U.S.R.S. Pensacola:- Morehouse, C. W. (A 3C), Lovell, H. (Lds. for Tr.), Kero, C. L. (A 3C), King, C. E. (A 3C), Smith, D. C. (Lds for Tr).

C. E. King (App 3c) - Transferred to the U.S.R.S. Pensacola:- Morehouse, C. W. (A 3C), Lovell, H. (Lds. for Tr.), Kero, C. L. (A 3C), King, C. E. (A 3C), Smith, D. C. (Lds for Tr).

C. Haggbloom (Fire 2c) - Received on board the following stragglers from the U.S.S. Marblehead, who had overstayed leave at Bremerton, Wash; Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), Duggan, M. (F. 2C) & Smith, J. S. (Prv't).

C. L. Kero (App 3c) - Transferred to the U.S.R.S. Pensacola:- Morehouse, C. W. (A 3C), Lovell, H. (Lds. for Tr.), Kero, C. L. (A 3C), King, C. E. (A 3C), Smith, D. C. (Lds for Tr).

H. Lovell (Lds for tr.) - Transferred to the U.S.R.S. Pensacola:- Morehouse, C. W. (A 3C), Lovell, H. (Lds. for Tr.), Kero, C. L. (A 3C), King, C. E. (A 3C), Smith, D. C. (Lds for Tr).

Joseph S. Smith (PM) - Received on board the following stragglers from the U.S.S. Marblehead, who had overstayed leave at Bremerton, Wash; Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), Duggan, M. (F. 2C) & Smith, J. S. (Prv't).

M. Duggan (Fire 2c) - Received on board the following stragglers from the U.S.S. Marblehead, who had overstayed leave at Bremerton, Wash; Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), Duggan, M. (F. 2C) & Smith, J. S. (Prv't).



LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1903


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at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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1 October 1903

D. F. Marion (OS) - Mustered at quarters at 9:30, absentees as follows:- Marion, D. F. (O'S.), Hayden, J. (Cox.) Stephenson, C. (Ch. El).

C. Stephenson (Ch Elec) - Mustered at quarters at 9:30, absentees as follows:- Marion, D. F. (O'S.), Hayden, J. (Cox.) Stephenson, C. (Ch. El).

J. Hayden (Cox) - Mustered at quarters at 9:30, absentees as follows:- Marion, D. F. (O'S.), Hayden, J. (Cox.) Stephenson, C. (Ch. El).

USS Boston - C. Stephenson, (Ch. Elec), returned on board 3 hrs. overleave. The Captain made an official call on the Commanding Officers of the U.S.S. Boston and U.S.S. Wyoming.

USS Wyoming - C. Stephenson, (Ch. Elec), returned on board 3 hrs. overleave. The Captain made an official call on the Commanding Officers of the U.S.S. Boston and U.S.S. Wyoming.

Sent liberty party ashore.


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2 October 1903

san franciso california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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2 October 1903

Lt. Comdr R. M. Hughes USN - Lt. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes and Lt. Comdr. M. A. Anderson left ship as members of board to investigate number of desertions on board the U.S.S. Wyoming.

Lt. Comdr. M. A. Anderson USN - Lt. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes and Lt. Comdr. M. A. Anderson left ship as members of board to investigate number of desertions on board the U.S.S. Wyoming.

Lt. Palme - A board of Survey in Equip. Dep't. of which Lt. Palme was Senior Member met on board this Ship.

Following motions of flag ship, colors were half masted from 10:30 to 10:45.

F. B. McMillen (1st Sgt) - 1st Serg't F. B. McMillen, U.S.M. rec'd permanent appointment as 1st Serg't, U.S.M.C. to date from Sept 17, 1903.

The Comd'g Officer paid an official visit to the Commandant of the Naval Training Station.

The Commandant of the Naval Training Station paid an official visit to this ship. Liberty party left at 3:30.

R. J. Cantwell (Mach 2c) - Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2C), returned from liberty 16 hrs. overtime.


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at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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3 October 1903

F. A. Hawkins (Baker 2c) - Received from U.S.R.S. Independence, Hawkins, F. A. (Bk'r. 2cl).

R. H. Dirk (Lds) - Transferred to Hospital at Mare Island, Cal., R. H. Dirk, (Lds.) and W. C. Kuhn, (A 2C.)

W. C. Kuhn (App 2c) - Transferred to Hospital at Mare Island, Cal., R. H. Dirk, (Lds.) and W. C. Kuhn, (A 2C.)

Sent liberty party ashore.


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at buoy san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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4 October 1903

J. Hayden (Cox) - J. Hayden, Cox., returned on board 75 hours overleave.

Sent liberty party ashore.

J Schwarting - Absent at muster

DF Marion - Absent at muster

J Hayden - Absent at muster


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at anchor san francisco cal

Lat 38.30, Long -122.68


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5 October 1903

Ammen Farenholt (Surg. PA) - P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, attended Board of Medical Survey on flagship. The following officers left ship to serve as members of G.C.M. on U.S.S. Boston, which met at 10:05:- The Comd'g Officer, LT. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson, P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, and Lt. A. H. Scales.

Lt. Comdr R. M. Hughes USN - P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, attended Board of Medical Survey on flagship. The following officers left ship to serve as members of G.C.M. on U.S.S. Boston, which met at 10:05:- The Comd'g Officer, LT. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson, P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, and Lt. A. H. Scales.

Lt. Comdr. M. A. Anderson USN - P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, attended Board of Medical Survey on flagship. The following officers left ship to serve as members of G.C.M. on U.S.S. Boston, which met at 10:05:- The Comd'g Officer, LT. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson, P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, and Lt. A. H. Scales.

USRC McCullough - The U.S.R.C. McCullough came into the harbor.

Lt. A. H. Scales USN - P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, attended Board of Medical Survey on flagship. The following officers left ship to serve as members of G.C.M. on U.S.S. Boston, which met at 10:05:- The Comd'g Officer, LT. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson, P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, and Lt. A. H. Scales.

At 10:30, F. to C. W.W. "Have those two men been sent to the Navy Yard hospital?" At 10:35, C. to F. W.W. "Yes, they were sent up Saturday".

Liberty party left ship at 3:30.

D. F. Marion (OS) - Marion D. F. (O'S.) returned from liberty 103 hrs. overtime.

J. B. Straight (App 2c) - Straight, J. B. (A 2C), returned from liberty 16 hrs. overtime.

Marim DJ - Absent at muster

Schwarting J - Absent at muster

Olsson E - Absent at muster

Straight JB - Absent at muster

PG Surgeon - Attended board of medical survey on flagship

A Farenholt - Attended board of medical survey on flagship

USS Boston -

A Farenholt - Left for the USS Boston

M Anderson - Left for the USS Boston

PA Surgeon - Left for the USS Boston

RM Stughes - Left for the USS Boston

Lt At Sea Seales - Left for the USS Boston

Marim DJ - absent during forenoon muster, not absent t 5.45 muster


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at buoy san francisco california

Lat 38.30, Long -122.68


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6 October 1903

Lt. Comdr R. M. Hughes USN - 9:40 The Comd'g. Officer & Lt. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson & Surgeon A. Farenholt & Lieutenant A. H. Seales left the ship as members of G.C.M. on Boston and returned at 12:00.

Lt. A. H. Seales USN - 9:40 The Comd'g. Officer & Lt. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson & Surgeon A. Farenholt & Lieutenant A. H. Seales left the ship as members of G.C.M. on Boston and returned at 12:00.

Ammen Farenholt (Surg. PA) - 9:40 The Comd'g. Officer & Lt. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson & Surgeon A. Farenholt & Lieutenant A. H. Seales left the ship as members of G.C.M. on Boston and returned at 12:00.

Lt. Comdr. M. A. Anderson USN - 9:40 The Comd'g. Officer & Lt. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson & Surgeon A. Farenholt & Lieutenant A. H. Seales left the ship as members of G.C.M. on Boston and returned at 12:00.

USS Boston - Members of G.C.M. left the ship at 1.45 to attend court on the Boston.

SS Heathdene - At about 3 p.m. observed the British Steamer Heathdene, which as anchored to the Eastward, backing and dragging her anchor. Later she was found to much nearer us and her Captain reported that he thought he would foul us when he got underway.

Pay Clerk Morris O'Brien - Pay Clerk, Morris O'Brien left ship on 48 hrs. leave.

Sent following signal @ 9:00 C. to F. Ard. W.W. "Steamer Heathdene, anchored near us is going to get underway about 9:00 a.m. tomorrow. Her master thinks he will foul the Concord. Request permission to take all necessary precautions to prevent fouling."

E. Olsson (WT) - Olsson, E. (Water tender), returned 40 hrs. overleave.

Mist


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at anchor san francisco cal

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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7 October 1903

Unmoored starboard chain.

J. Schwrting (fire 1c) - Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl.) returned 96 hrs. overleave.

At 9:00 hove in to 30 fathoms on starboard chain to clear British steamer Heathdene, and at 10:30 moored with 45 fathoms on each chain and put on mooring swivel.

Signals during watch as follows:- 9:50, C. to B. WW. "To the Executive Officer, U.S.S. Boston. If Boatswain Hazard appears on the Boston as witness before the court please tell him his presence will be required at two o'clock this afternoon. (Sig.) Seales" 10:00 C. to F. Num 0, num 6; C. to B. WW. "Ensign Freeman, Have Lieut. Stone before Court at two P.M. today. (Sig.) Perkins";

Sent liberty party ashore.


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at anchor san francisco cal

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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8 October 1903

Lt. Comdr R. M. Hughes USN - A G.C.M. met on board the U.S.S. Boston at 10:15. The following officers of this ship were members: The Comd'g. Officer, Lt. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson, P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, and Lt. A. H. Seales.

Lt. Comdr. M. A. Anderson USN - A G.C.M. met on board the U.S.S. Boston at 10:15. The following officers of this ship were members: The Comd'g. Officer, Lt. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson, P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, and Lt. A. H. Seales.

Lt. A. H. Seales USN - A G.C.M. met on board the U.S.S. Boston at 10:15. The following officers of this ship were members: The Comd'g. Officer, Lt. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson, P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, and Lt. A. H. Seales.

Ammen Farenholt (Surg. PA) - A G.C.M. met on board the U.S.S. Boston at 10:15. The following officers of this ship were members: The Comd'g. Officer, Lt. Comd'r. R. M. Hughes, Lt. Comd'r. M. A. Anderson, P. A. Surgeon, A. Farenholt, and Lt. A. H. Seales.

Liberty party left ship at 3:30.


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at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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9 October 1903

F. C. Peters (Ch. Yeo) - 9:30 mustered at quarters, absent Peters, F. C. (Ch. Yeo).

B. C. Richtois (Cox) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

D. L. Crittenden (Fire 1c) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

J. Franklin (OS) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

J. Hayden (Cox) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

D. F. Marion (OS) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

J. B. Straight (App 2c) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

C. Stephenson (Ch Elec) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

J. Schwrting (Fire 1c) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

M. Becker (BosM 2c) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

E. Olsson (WT) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

C. Haggbloom (Fire 2c) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

F. M. Widgeon (App 2c) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

Joseph S. Smith (PM) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.

R. J. Cantwell (Mach 2c) - Following punishments awarded by the C. O. Richtois, B. C. (Cox) 85 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. X duty. Crittenden, D. L., F. 1cl., 111 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra dtuy. Franklin, J. (O'S.) shirking duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 75 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F. (O'S.) 103 hrs. overleave 4 cl. 24 hrs. extra duty. Stevenson, G. (C. El.) 3 hrs. overleave - 2d cl. & 3 hrs. extra duty. Straight, J. B. (A 2C), 16 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. Becker, M. (B. M. 2cl) tight from liberty - 5 hrs. extra duty. Schwarting, J. (F. 1cl) 96 hrs. overleave - 4cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Olsson, E. (W. T.) 40 hrs. overleave - 4 cl. & 24 hrs. extra duty . Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), shirking - 24 hrs. double inrons. Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C), 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos, & 24 hrs. extra duty. Smith, J. S. (Prv't) 9 days overleave - 4 cl. 2 mos. & 24 hrs. extra duty. Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2cl) 16 hrs. overleave - 3 cl. & 16 hrs. extra duty. By order of the Co.O. confined Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) in double irons for 24 hrs. for shirking.


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10 October 1903

F. Oswald (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

H. Raymond (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

J. E. Milan (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

E. Myers (Shipwright) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

G. F. Miller (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

C. E. Blakeney (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

W. D. Nordeck (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

R. T. Harron (MAA 3c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

F. Willson (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

K. Lee (Mach 2c) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

W. S. Cherry (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

C. A. McCracken (CP) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

J. H. Kirby (WT) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

J. J. Ross (Cop Smith) - Received from the U.S.R.S. Independence, with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men:- Oswald, F. (C.P.) Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.), Miller, G. F. (C.P.), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Raymond, H. (C.P.), Myers, E. Shwpt), McCracken, C. A. (C.P.), Lee, K. (Mch. 3cl), Willson, F. (C.P.), Cherry, W. S. (C.P.), Harron, R. T. (M.AA. 3C), Kirby, J. H. W.T.), Ross, J. J. (C. Smith).

J. S. Room (Fire 1c) - Transferred to the U.S. Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif., the following men with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers: J. S. Room, F. 1 Cl; W. D. Richardson, F. 2 Cl; R. B. Hamilton, El. 3cl.

R. B. Hamilton (Elec 3c) - Transferred to the U.S. Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif., the following men with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers: J. S. Room, F. 1 Cl; W. D. Richardson, F. 2 Cl; R. B. Hamilton, El. 3cl.

W. D. Richardson (Fire 2c) - Transferred to the U.S. Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif., the following men with their bags, hammocks and necessary papers: J. S. Room, F. 1 Cl; W. D. Richardson, F. 2 Cl; R. B. Hamilton, El. 3cl.

Oswald F - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Milax CP - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Meyers - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Raymond H - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Blakemey - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Mordick WD - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Miller GF - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Harron RP - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Cherry WS - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

McCracken - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Lee - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Willeon - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Kirby JH - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Ross JJ - Transfer from another ship (name not readable)

Roon JS - Transferred to naval hospital

Richardson WD - Transferred to naval hospital

Hamilton RB - Transferred to naval hospital


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at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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11 October 1903


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at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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12 October 1903

Liberty party returned at 7:15.

The Commander-in-Chief came aboard to inspect the ship.

1:30, the Commander-in-Chief came aboard to continue the inspection.

4:30, The Commander-in-Chief left the ship.

Hoisted all boats and made preparations for getting underway.

Liberty party returned at 7:15

Inspection by Commander in Chief

Sounded Fire quarters, Abandoned ship as part of inspection


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san fransciso california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

5:45 Tide swinging to ebb


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13 October 1903

Clifford White - British bark Clifford White trying to make San Francisco

At 9:30 the Commander-in-Chief and staff came aboard to inspect ship underway. At 9:39, called "all hands up anchor" and got underway at 10:05. Thereafter steering various courses in San Francisco Bay under conn of the Captain. Tested various means of steering ship. Ship going ahead full speed (100 revolutions) time from stopping engines till ship lost headway 7m 00s. Ship going ahead full speed (100 revolutions) time from "full speed astern" till ship lost headway 1m-1s. Had man overboard drill, life buoy picked up in 3m 00s. The Commander-in-Chief inspected bags and hammocks of 2d, 3d and Eng. Divisions. At 11:40 came to anchor in 7 fathoms of water and veered to 15 fathoms starboard chain.

At 1:30, called "all hands up anchor" and got underway at 1:40. Thereafter standing on various courses in San Francisco Bay, under conn of the Captain making turning circle trials, with following results:- Full speed (100 revolutions) helm hard a-port, time 7m 00S, tactical diameter 860 yds. Full speed helm hard a-starboard, time 7m 32s tactical diameter 800 yds; half speed (75 revolutions) helm hard a-port, time 7m 35s; tactical diameter 575 yds; half speed helm hard a-starboard, time 8m 10s, tactical diamter 660 yds. Lost overboard in use one 14 lb. lead and 10 fathoms lead line. At end of watch standing in to anchorage off Folsom Street.

At 4:08 came to anchor off Folsom Street in 15 fathoms of water and veered to 45 fathoms starboard chain.

Having completed inspection the Commander-in-Chief and staff left the ship.

M. J. Helman (QM 2c) - Discharged with honorable discharge from the U.S. Naval Service, M. J. Helman, Q. M. 2cl his term of enlistment having expired this day.

Following motions of flagship exercised search lights from 8:00 to 8:30. Signals during watch as follows:- F. to C. Search Light "British bark Gifford White trying to make San Francisco, harbor ran ashore nine miles South of entrance to bay. The weather was foggy and the loss appears to be directly due to the fact that no soundings were taken. She will probably be a total loss"; 8:25, F. to C. Lantern, "I'm sending in report of signals sent tonight, please give signals as read and also the meaning as made out."


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at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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14 October 1903

Anderson C, BM10 - Change to CBM

Phillips HH yeo2C - Change in rating to yeo2c

As Skurgeon WB - Change in rating to Sea

Pelletier WS AS - Change in rating to Sea

Cole WE as - Change in rating to Sea

AS Drapeeau FM - Change in rating to Sea

AS Plummen OE - Change in rating to Sea

AS Klessmis YR - Change in rating to Sea

AS More AG - Change in rating to Sea

AS Holly EJ - Change in rating to Sea

SE 4c Hall, EM - Change in rating to SE 3c

AS Fleming JH - Change in rating to Sea

USMC Distel St. - Arrived on board from naval yard

USMC Woyle, JM - Arrived on board from naval yard

USMC Benedict MJ - Arrived on board from navy barracks

USMC Bryant JR - Arrived on board from naval yard

USMC Canty, FJ - Arrived on board from naval yard

USMSC Eddy W - Arrived on board from naval yard

USMC Burrough, JB - Arrived on board from naval yard

USMSC Hogan, WR - Arrived on board from naval yard

USMC Stoke SJ - Arrived on board from naval yard

USMS Hoffmaster RH - Arrived on board from naval yard

At 6:10 called all hands up anchor and got underway to change anchorage. At 6:25 came to anchor in 15 fathoms of water and veered to 30 fathoms of starboard chain.

C. Anderson (BosM 1c) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

H. H. Phillips (Yeo 2c) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

W. B. Spurgeon (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

F. M. Drapeau (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

W. T. Pelletier (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

D. E. Cole (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

T. Hrdlicka (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

J. Grogan (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

M. Dunn (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

C. Brown (Lds) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

H. Quandt (Lds) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

E. J. Dolley (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

O. E. Plummer (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

G. R. Dennis (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

A. F. Moore (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

E. M. Hall (Ships Cook 4c) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

J. D. Flemming (OS) - The following changes in rating by order of the Comd'g Officer were made this day to date from Oct. 1, 1903. Anderson, C. (B. M. 1C) to C. B. M. Phillips, H. H. (Yeo 3C) to Yeo 2C. Cole, D.E. (O'S.) to Sea. Pelletier, W. T. (O'S.) to Sea. Drapeau, F. M. (O'S) to Sea. Spurgeon, W. B. (O'S) to Sea. Grogan, J. (O'S) to Sea. Dunn, M. (O'S) to Sea. Quandt, H. (Lds) to O'S. Brown, C. (Lds.) to O'S. Hrdlicka T. (O'S) to Sea. Dennis, G. R. (O'S) to Sea. Moore, A. F. (O'S) to Sea. Dolly, E. J. (O'S) to Sea. Plummer, O. E. (O'S) to Sea. Fleming, J. D. (O'S.) to Sea. Hall, E. M. (S C 4C) to S. C. 3C.

J. J. Benedict (PM) - Rec'd on board with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, from Marine Barracks, Mare Island Navy Yard, the following privates, U.S.M.C. Benedict, J. J., Bryant, J. R., Burroughs, J. B., Canty, F. J., Distel, H. Doyle, J. M., Eddy, W., Hagan, W. R., Hoffmaster, R. D., Hoki, S. J.

H. Distel (PM) - Rec'd on board with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, from Marine Barracks, Mare Island Navy Yard, the following privates, U.S.M.C. Benedict, J. J., Bryant, J. R., Burroughs, J. B., Canty, F. J., Distel, H. Doyle, J. M., Eddy, W., Hagan, W. R., Hoffmaster, R. D., Hoki, S. J.

W. Eddy (PM) - Rec'd on board with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, from Marine Barracks, Mare Island Navy Yard, the following privates, U.S.M.C. Benedict, J. J., Bryant, J. R., Burroughs, J. B., Canty, F. J., Distel, H. Doyle, J. M., Eddy, W., Hagan, W. R., Hoffmaster, R. D., Hoki, S. J.

J. R. Bryant (PM) - Rec'd on board with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, from Marine Barracks, Mare Island Navy Yard, the following privates, U.S.M.C. Benedict, J. J., Bryant, J. R., Burroughs, J. B., Canty, F. J., Distel, H. Doyle, J. M., Eddy, W., Hagan, W. R., Hoffmaster, R. D., Hoki, S. J.

F. J. Canty (PM) - Rec'd on board with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, from Marine Barracks, Mare Island Navy Yard, the following privates, U.S.M.C. Benedict, J. J., Bryant, J. R., Burroughs, J. B., Canty, F. J., Distel, H. Doyle, J. M., Eddy, W., Hagan, W. R., Hoffmaster, R. D., Hoki, S. J.

J. M. Doyle (PM) - Rec'd on board with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, from Marine Barracks, Mare Island Navy Yard, the following privates, U.S.M.C. Benedict, J. J., Bryant, J. R., Burroughs, J. B., Canty, F. J., Distel, H. Doyle, J. M., Eddy, W., Hagan, W. R., Hoffmaster, R. D., Hoki, S. J.

W. R. Hagan (PM) - Rec'd on board with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, from Marine Barracks, Mare Island Navy Yard, the following privates, U.S.M.C. Benedict, J. J., Bryant, J. R., Burroughs, J. B., Canty, F. J., Distel, H. Doyle, J. M., Eddy, W., Hagan, W. R., Hoffmaster, R. D., Hoki, S. J.

J. B. Burroughs (PM) - Rec'd on board with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, from Marine Barracks, Mare Island Navy Yard, the following privates, U.S.M.C. Benedict, J. J., Bryant, J. R., Burroughs, J. B., Canty, F. J., Distel, H. Doyle, J. M., Eddy, W., Hagan, W. R., Hoffmaster, R. D., Hoki, S. J.

S. J. Hoki (PM) - Rec'd on board with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, from Marine Barracks, Mare Island Navy Yard, the following privates, U.S.M.C. Benedict, J. J., Bryant, J. R., Burroughs, J. B., Canty, F. J., Distel, H. Doyle, J. M., Eddy, W., Hagan, W. R., Hoffmaster, R. D., Hoki, S. J.

R. D. Hoffmaster (PM) - Rec'd on board with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers, from Marine Barracks, Mare Island Navy Yard, the following privates, U.S.M.C. Benedict, J. J., Bryant, J. R., Burroughs, J. B., Canty, F. J., Distel, H. Doyle, J. M., Eddy, W., Hagan, W. R., Hoffmaster, R. D., Hoki, S. J.


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at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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15 October 1903

USS Marblehead - flagship, got underway and left the harbour

At 4.00 Flaghsip came in and anchored

USS Marblehead - U.S.S. Marblehead (flagship) got underway and left the harbor.

Sent liberty party ashore.

At 4:00 Flagship came in and anchored.


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at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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16 October 1903

T. T. Towns (Fire 2c) - Mustered at quarters at 9:30, absentees as follows:- Towns, T. T. (F 2C), Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.) Willson, F. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Race, H. (C.P.).

C. E. Blakeney (CP) - Mustered at quarters at 9:30, absentees as follows:- Towns, T. T. (F 2C), Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.) Willson, F. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Race, H. (C.P.).

F. Willson (CP) - Mustered at quarters at 9:30, absentees as follows:- Towns, T. T. (F 2C), Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.) Willson, F. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Race, H. (C.P.).

J. Morrissey (CP) - Mustered at quarters at 9:30, absentees as follows:- Towns, T. T. (F 2C), Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.) Willson, F. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Race, H. (C.P.).

H. Race (CP) - Mustered at quarters at 9:30, absentees as follows:- Towns, T. T. (F 2C), Blakeney, C. E. (C.P.) Willson, F. (C.P.), Morrissey, J. (C.P.), Race, H. (C.P.).

T. T. Towns (Fire 2c) - T. T. Towns, F. 2 Cl. returned on board 3 hrs., overleave.

12:00 F. to C. W.W. "Make requistion for siren condemned by survey and submit duplicate requisition repair to bake oven."

Lieut. J. E. Palmer USN - Two boards of survey of which Lieut. J. E. Palmer, U.S.N., was Senior member, met for the Survey of certain articles in Dep't. of S. E. and in the Dep't. of C. & R.

Sent liberty party ashore.

Lieut. W. J. Manion USN - Two Boards of Survey of which Lieut. W. J. Manion, U.S.N., was Senior member met for the survey of certain articles in Dep't. of C. & R. and in Equipment Dep't. A Board of Survey, Ensign, T. L. Stitt, U.S.N., Senior member, met for the Survey of articles in Dep't. of C. & R.

Ensign T. L. Stitt USN - Two Boards of Survey of which Lieut. W. J. Manion, U.S.N., was Senior member met for the survey of certain articles in Dep't. of C. & R. and in Equipment Dep't. A Board of Survey, Ensign, T. L. Stitt, U.S.N., Senior member, met for the Survey of articles in Dep't. of C. & R.

J. Morrissey (CP) - J. Morrissey, C.P., returned on board 16 hours overleave.


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18 October 1903

at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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17 October 1903

C. C. Staley (App 2c) - Staley, C.C. (App. 2. c.) was brought on board by a police officer of Portland, Ore., having been absent without leave from this ship since September 5th, 1903, and by order of the Commanding officer he was made a prisoner at large awaiting action, and the amount of $74.40 (reward and other expenses) was paid to the police officer.

C. E. Owens (PM) - The following Privates, U.S.M.C. returned 7 hours overtime. Hartford F, Owens, C. E.

F. Hartford (PM) - The following Privates, U.S.M.C. returned 7 hours overtime. Hartford F, Owens, C. E.

G. Stevens (QM 3c) - The following men were transferred to the Hospital, Navy Yard, Mare Island, Cal., with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers: Stevens, G. Q.M.3.C. Schwarting J. F. 1.C.

J. Schwarting (Fire 1c) - The following men were transferred to the Hospital, Navy Yard, Mare Island, Cal., with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers: Stevens, G. Q.M.3.C. Schwarting J. F. 1.C.


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at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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17 October 1903


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at anchor san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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18 October 1903

11:30, F to C. W.W. " Send in tomorrow A.M. results of turning trials on inspection, also time of abandoning ship.

H. Raymond (CP) - Raymond, H. (C.P.) returned 27 hrs. overleave.

C. W. Lowry (Bos Mate 1c) - Rec'd from U.S.S. Boston for transportation to Mare Is. Cal. Lowry, C. W. (B M. 1Cl.), J. O. Toole, (B. M. 2C), Gilmore, J. B. (Prv't).

J. B. Gilmore (PM) - Rec'd from U.S.S. Boston for transportation to Mare Is. Cal. Lowry, C. W. (B M. 1Cl.), J. O. Toole, (B. M. 2C), Gilmore, J. B. (Prv't).

J. O. Toole (Bos Mate 2c) - Rec'd from U.S.S. Boston for transportation to Mare Is. Cal. Lowry, C. W. (B M. 1Cl.), J. O. Toole, (B. M. 2C), Gilmore, J. B. (Prv't).


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at anchor san francisco cal underway and at dry dock mare is cal

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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19 October 1903

mare island

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3

USS Mohican - At 8:00 the U.S.S. Mohican fired a salute of 13 guns which was returned by the U.S.F.S. Marblehead, with a salute of 7 guns.

At 8:15 called "all hands up anchor" and at 8:30 got underway for Mare Island and thereafter steering various courses with Captain. at conn.

USFS Marblehead - At 8:00 the U.S.S. Mohican fired a salute of 13 guns which was returned by the U.S.F.S. Marblehead, with a salute of 7 guns.

At 10:20 finished swinging ship and went ahead full speed. At 11:40, stopped both engines and at end of watch ship lay to off Mare Island Light awaiting high water.

At 12:10 went ahead full speed and stood up Mare Island Straight. At 12:50 secured to Dock abreast coal bins.

coal: 58 tons - Coaling ship from 1:50 and at end of watch had received 58 tons.

J. J. Wavrin (App 2c) - At 2:30 searched ship and found J.J. Wavrin, A2 cl., absent without leave. Transferred to the U.S. Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Cal., with his effects and necessary papers, C. W. Lowry, B. M. 1 Cl. Transferred to the Naval Prison, Mare Island, Cal., with thier effects, the folowing men:- J. O'Toole, B. M. 2Cl., and J. B. Gilmore. Prv't.

C. W. Lowry (B. M. 1c) - At 2:30 searched ship and found J.J. Wavrin, A2 cl., absent without leave. Transferred to the U.S. Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Cal., with his effects and necessary papers, C. W. Lowry, B. M. 1 Cl. Transferred to the Naval Prison, Mare Island, Cal., with thier effects, the folowing men:- J. O'Toole, B. M. 2Cl., and J. B. Gilmore. Prv't.

J. B. Gilmore (PM) - At 2:30 searched ship and found J.J. Wavrin, A2 cl., absent without leave. Transferred to the U.S. Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Cal., with his effects and necessary papers, C. W. Lowry, B. M. 1 Cl. Transferred to the Naval Prison, Mare Island, Cal., with thier effects, the folowing men:- J. O'Toole, B. M. 2Cl., and J. B. Gilmore. Prv't.

J. O'Toole (B. M. 2c) - At 2:30 searched ship and found J.J. Wavrin, A2 cl., absent without leave. Transferred to the U.S. Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Cal., with his effects and necessary papers, C. W. Lowry, B. M. 1 Cl. Transferred to the Naval Prison, Mare Island, Cal., with thier effects, the folowing men:- J. O'Toole, B. M. 2Cl., and J. B. Gilmore. Prv't.

coal: 93 tons 233 lb - Coaling ship till 6:00 when had received for the watch 35 tons, total 93 tons 233 lbs.

P. A. Shearer (App 2c) - At 5:30, searched ship and found P. A. Shearer, A 2 Cl., absent without leave.

C. C. Staley (App 2c) - At 6:45, J. J. Wavrin, A 2 Cl. and Schearer, A 2 Cl, returned on board having been absent without leave. By order of the Commanding Officer, C. C. Staley, A 2 Cl. was placed under sentry's charge for safe keeping and to await further action.

Signals during watch as follows:- 5:00 Y. to C. W.W. to Capt Perkins "There is but one great gun target in store willyou take it and I will get remnants of mine at yard: Sgd. Cottman". 5:30 C. to Y. "W.W. "We will take the great gun target with great satisfaction." 6:45, Y. to C. W.W. Capt. Perkins, "Did you get any men from Mohican? Sg'd Cottman." 6:50 C. to Y. Ardois Capt. Cottman. "No." Sgd. Perkins.


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alongside dock mare island cal underway and at anchor san francisco cal

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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20 October 1903

san francisco

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

177 51/2240 tons - Coaling ship from 8:20 to 11:05, when finished having rec'd. on board during watch 40 tons, making a total of 177 51/2240 tons recd.

G. Burton (Chief QM) - Rec'd the following men from the U.S.R.S. Independence with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Burton, G. (Ch. Q. M.), Schieldhauer, J. F. (W. T.), Gunther, J. H. (Yeo 3C), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P.), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.). Transferred to Navy Yard Hospital, Mare Island, with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, Goldberg, H. (Cbn. Stw'd), and Smith, J. (Prv't). Delivered specifications of S.C.M. to Duggan (F. 1 C).

J. F. Shieldhauer (WT) - Rec'd the following men from the U.S.R.S. Independence with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Burton, G. (Ch. Q. M.), Schieldhauer, J. F. (W. T.), Gunther, J. H. (Yeo 3C), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P.), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.). Transferred to Navy Yard Hospital, Mare Island, with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, Goldberg, H. (Cbn. Stw'd), and Smith, J. (Prv't). Delivered specifications of S.C.M. to Duggan (F. 1 C).

J. H. Gunther (Yeo 3c) - Rec'd the following men from the U.S.R.S. Independence with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Burton, G. (Ch. Q. M.), Schieldhauer, J. F. (W. T.), Gunther, J. H. (Yeo 3C), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P.), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.). Transferred to Navy Yard Hospital, Mare Island, with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, Goldberg, H. (Cbn. Stw'd), and Smith, J. (Prv't). Delivered specifications of S.C.M. to Duggan (F. 1 C).

F. W. Chinnery (CP) - Rec'd the following men from the U.S.R.S. Independence with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Burton, G. (Ch. Q. M.), Schieldhauer, J. F. (W. T.), Gunther, J. H. (Yeo 3C), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P.), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.). Transferred to Navy Yard Hospital, Mare Island, with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, Goldberg, H. (Cbn. Stw'd), and Smith, J. (Prv't). Delivered specifications of S.C.M. to Duggan (F. 1 C).

J. D. Taylor (CP) - Rec'd the following men from the U.S.R.S. Independence with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Burton, G. (Ch. Q. M.), Schieldhauer, J. F. (W. T.), Gunther, J. H. (Yeo 3C), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P.), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.). Transferred to Navy Yard Hospital, Mare Island, with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, Goldberg, H. (Cbn. Stw'd), and Smith, J. (Prv't). Delivered specifications of S.C.M. to Duggan (F. 1 C).

M. Duggan (Fire 1c) - Rec'd the following men from the U.S.R.S. Independence with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Burton, G. (Ch. Q. M.), Schieldhauer, J. F. (W. T.), Gunther, J. H. (Yeo 3C), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P.), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.). Transferred to Navy Yard Hospital, Mare Island, with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, Goldberg, H. (Cbn. Stw'd), and Smith, J. (Prv't). Delivered specifications of S.C.M. to Duggan (F. 1 C).

Joseph S. Smith (PM) - Rec'd the following men from the U.S.R.S. Independence with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Burton, G. (Ch. Q. M.), Schieldhauer, J. F. (W. T.), Gunther, J. H. (Yeo 3C), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P.), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.). Transferred to Navy Yard Hospital, Mare Island, with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, Goldberg, H. (Cbn. Stw'd), and Smith, J. (Prv't). Delivered specifications of S.C.M. to Duggan (F. 1 C).

H. Goldberg (Cabin Stw'd) - Rec'd the following men from the U.S.R.S. Independence with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers. Burton, G. (Ch. Q. M.), Schieldhauer, J. F. (W. T.), Gunther, J. H. (Yeo 3C), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P.), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.). Transferred to Navy Yard Hospital, Mare Island, with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, Goldberg, H. (Cbn. Stw'd), and Smith, J. (Prv't). Delivered specifications of S.C.M. to Duggan (F. 1 C).

R. J. Cantwell (Mach 2c) - Cantwell, R. J. (Mch. 2C), was hit by piece of lumber falling from boom, and sightly injured.

At 2:00 unmoored ship, and got underway steering various courses Comd'g Officer at the conn, enroute to San Francisco, Cal.

Steering various courses, Comd'g Officer at the conn, enroute for San Francisco, until 4.40, when, in obedience to signal, anchored with Stbd anchor, and 45 fathoms of chain, in 13 fathoms of water.

The Comd'g Officer paid an official visit to the Comd'r-in-Chief.


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at anchor san francisco cal

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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21 October 1903

F. Willson (CP) - 9:30, mustered at quarters, absentees as follows:- Willson, F. (C.P.) and Suyenaga, M. (M. Att.).

H. T. Baumgardner (Lds) - Received from U.S.R.S. Independence the following landsmen for training:- Baumgardner, H. T., Kendrick, M. W., Alter, R. W., Linder, J., Kuntz, C. J., Peters, B. A., Gayes, M.

Mitsutaro Suyenaga (Mess Att 3c) - 9:30, mustered at quarters, absentees as follows:- Willson, F. (C.P.) and Suyenaga, M. (M. Att.).

M. Gayes (Lds) - Received from U.S.R.S. Independence the following landsmen for training:- Baumgardner, H. T., Kendrick, M. W., Alter, R. W., Linder, J., Kuntz, C. J., Peters, B. A., Gayes, M.

J. Linder (Lds) - Received from U.S.R.S. Independence the following landsmen for training:- Baumgardner, H. T., Kendrick, M. W., Alter, R. W., Linder, J., Kuntz, C. J., Peters, B. A., Gayes, M.

M. W. Kendrick (Lds) - Received from U.S.R.S. Independence the following landsmen for training:- Baumgardner, H. T., Kendrick, M. W., Alter, R. W., Linder, J., Kuntz, C. J., Peters, B. A., Gayes, M.

C. J. Kuntz (Lds) - Received from U.S.R.S. Independence the following landsmen for training:- Baumgardner, H. T., Kendrick, M. W., Alter, R. W., Linder, J., Kuntz, C. J., Peters, B. A., Gayes, M.

B. A. Peters (Lds) - Received from U.S.R.S. Independence the following landsmen for training:- Baumgardner, H. T., Kendrick, M. W., Alter, R. W., Linder, J., Kuntz, C. J., Peters, B. A., Gayes, M.

R. W. Alter (Lds) - Received from U.S.R.S. Independence the following landsmen for training:- Baumgardner, H. T., Kendrick, M. W., Alter, R. W., Linder, J., Kuntz, C. J., Peters, B. A., Gayes, M.

F. to C. W.W. "Get bill of health before leaving".

F. H. Hart (Mach 2c) - Hart, F. H. Mch. 2 Cl. returned 98 hrs. overleave.

Echanged following signals, 1:20 F. to C. W.W. "Be prepared to be underway at one oclock tomorrow." 3:45 F. to Sqd. W.W. "Mohican has joined squadron. Her call letter and distinguishing pennant will be 'O."

Paul Vandoit (SMM) - Rec'd from U.S.S. Wyoming, Paul Vandoit, S.M.M.

Exchanged the following signals:- 4:10, Y. to C. W.W. "Did you get great gun target?" 4:15 C. to Y. W.W. " We got one and transferred it to Boston."

J. J. Lynch (Ch Yeo) - J. J. Lynch, Ch. Yeo. was intoxicated & unruly & by order of C. O. he was placed under sentry's charge to await action of the Captain.


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at anchor san francisco cal and underway

Lat 37.27, Long -122.55


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22 October 1903

640 sighted pidgeon pt light 2 pts on port bow

Lat 38.25, Long -123.15

Karl Kitschke (SailM M) - Transferred to the U.S.R.S. Independence with his effects and necessary papers, K. Nitschke, S.M.M.

M. Duggan (Fire 1c) - At 1:55 a Summary Court Martial, Lieut. A. H. Scales, senior member, met for the trial of M. Duggan, F. 1 cl., and at 2:30, adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

Making preparations for getting underway.

Lt. A. H. Scales USN - At 1:55 a Summary Court Martial, Lieut. A. H. Scales, senior member, met for the trial of M. Duggan, F. 1 cl., and at 2:30, adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

At 2:30, called "all hands up anchor" and at 2:55 got underway. Thereafter steering various courses following motions of flagship standing out of San Francisco Harbor, with the Captain at the conn.

C. C. Staley (App 2c) - By order of the Captain made C. C. Staley, A 2 Cl., a prisoner-at-large. Served specifications on C. C. Staley, A 2Cl. for trial by Summary Court Martial.

Signals during watch as follows:- 1:50 C. to F. W.W. "Valve on main steam pipe leaking, require one hour to repair, very necessary;" 2:00 F. to C. W.W. "Report as soon as possible when you will be ready to get underway";

3:45, F. to C. W.W. "You must observe speed more careully". Steaming in squadron, in column, natural order, at distance, from 3:20.

Steaming in squadron, column, natural order, distance 400 yds., following motions of F. standing out of San Francisco Bay.


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at sea enroute to acapulco mexico

Lat 12.8, Long 45.0


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22 October 1903

At 8:25 Pigeon Point Light bore abeam distant 7 miles p.l. reading 29.5. At 8:55 sighted lights of steamer two points forward of port beam and later passed her on port hand. At 9:05, sighted Ano Nuevo Light one and a half points forward of port beam. At 9:25, sighted lights of steamer three points on port bow and at 11:30, sighted lights of steamer on port beam both of which passed on port hand.


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at sea enroute to acapulco mexico

Lat 31.18, Long -121.28


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23 October 1903

Steaming in squadron, column, open order, distance 400 yds., following motions of F. on course S. 31oE. (p.s.c.)

Set clocks ahead 7 1/2 minutes.

Steaming in squadron in column, open order, at distance until 10:05, when formed exact column. At 10:15 formed line and thereafter in that formation.

W. Kerr (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

C. W. McCann (OS) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

C. Schanel (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

D. F. Marion (OS) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

T. T. Towns Fire 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

H. Race (CP) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

J. Morrissey (CP) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

G. E. Owens (PM) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

H. Raymond (CP) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

F. Hartford (PM) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

J. J. Wavrin (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

J. J. Ross (Cop Smith) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

P. A. Shearer (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

F. H. Hart (Mach 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

J. Hayden (Cox) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

M. Becker (BosM 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

J. Weir (Bos M 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Kerr, W., A2C, Abusive language and improper conduct in ranks - 24 hrs. double irons. McCann, C. W., O.S. Boisterous at mess and using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty for each offense. Schanel, C. A2C; Neglecting duty - 12 hrs. extra duty. Marion, D. F., O.S. Using bad language - 12 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. F. 1C. 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. Morrissey, J., C.P. 16 hrs. overleave, 3d class & 10 hrs. extra duty. Race, H., C.P. 12 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 12 hrs. extra duty. Owens, G. E., (Prv't). - 7 hrs. overleave - 4th class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Hartford, F., Prvt. 7 hrs. overleave - 2d class & 7 hrs. extra duty. Raymond, H. C.P. 27 hrs. overleave - 4th class and 10 hrs. extra duty. Ross, J. J., C. Smith, 26 hrs. overleave, 4th class & 10 hrs extra duty. Wavrin, J. J. A 2C. Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling, - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Shearer, P. A., A 2C, Leaving ship without permission and shirking coaling - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Hart, F. H., Mch 1 cl. 98 hours overleave - 4 class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Hayden, J., Cos. Shirking - 4 class additional one month and 10 hours extra duty. Weir, J., B.M. 2C. Tight from liberty - 2d class & 5 hours extra duty. Becker, M., B. M. 2C., Tight from liberty - 3d class and 10 hrs. extra duty.

At 1:30, F. to C. W.W. " We are increasing out speed graually with Y. up to ten knots if she can make that."

C. C. Staley (App 2c) - S.C.M. for the trial of C. C. Staley A 2C., met at 3:20.


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at sea

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23 October 1903

at 620 pt conception light bore abeam distant 11 miles pl reading 285

Lat 12.8, Long 45.0

USS Mohican - At 6:25 sighted steamer broad off starboard bow which later proved to be the U.S.S. Mohican, passed her on starboard hand.

At 11:55, sighted a number of fixed white lights about 3 pts. forward of the port bow.


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at sea enroute to acapulco mexico

Lat 33.03, Long -117.97


50874e0b09d409075500e0e3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_155_1.jpg)


24 October 1903

at 515 los coronados islands bore abeam distant 67 miles pl reading 271

Lat 29.9, Long 120.4

Made course S. 64oE. (p.s.c.) in column, open order.

Set clocks ahead 15 minutes third hour.

W. Kerr (App 2c) - At 9:30 by order of Comd'g Officer, released Kerr, W. (A 2C) from confinement, his term of punishment having expired.

Land in sight on port hand till dark.


50874e0b09d409075500e0e5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_156_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to acapulco mexico

Lat 29.85, Long -116.25


50874e0b09d409075500e0e7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_156_1.jpg)


25 October 1903

Steaming in squadron, in column, open order, at distance, on course, S. 33o E. (p.S.C.).

USS Wyoming - Slowed down several times to allow Wyoming to catch up.

Set clocks ahead 6 minutes third hour.

3:00 F. to Sqd. W.W. "Standard speed is eight and a half knots, half speed will be six and a quarter knots, slow speed will be four and a quarter knots".


50874e0b09d409075500e0e9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_157_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to acapulco mexico

Lat 26.80, Long -114.52


50874e0b09d409075500e0eb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_157_1.jpg)


26 October 1903

Steaming in squadron, column, open order, distance 400 ydsl, following motions of F. on course S. 22o E. (p..c.) until 12:10, when, in obedience to signal, changed to S. 49o E. (p.s.c.). P.L. reading 81.8.

7:45 F. to Sqd. W.W. " Officers and marines white caps, crew white hats."

F. Willson (CP) - By order of the Commanding Officer F. Willson, C.P., was this day declared a deserter from this ship and from the U.S. Naval Service.

Signals during watch as follows:- At 8:10, F. to C. W.W. "Having lost your position you should have hoisted your position pennant."


50874e0b09d409075500e0ed: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_158_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to acapulco mexico

Lat 24.42, Long -112.08


50874e0b09d409075500e0ef: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_158_1.jpg)


27 October 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e0f1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_159_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to acapulco mexico

Lat 22.02, Long -109.27


50874e0b09d409075500e0f3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_159_1.jpg)


28 October 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e0f5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_160_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to acapulco mexico

Lat 20.30, Long -106.28


50874e0b09d409075500e0f7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_160_1.jpg)


29 October 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e0f9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_161_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to acapulco mexico

Lat 18.32, Long -103.28


50874e0b09d409075500e0fb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_161_1.jpg)


30 October 1903

30/10/1903

At 8:15 observed violent discharge of smoke and steam from the Volcano Colina.


50874e0b09d409075500e0fd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_162_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to acapulco mexico and at anchor off acapulco mexico

Lat 16.88, Long -100.43


50874e0b09d409075500e0ff: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_162_1.jpg)


31 October 1903



LOGS FOR NOVEMBER 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e101: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_163_0.jpg)


at anchor acapulco mexico

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5


50874e0b09d409075500e103: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_163_1.jpg)


1 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e105: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_164_0.jpg)


at anchor acapulco mexico

Lat 55.0, Long -28.6


50874e0b09d409075500e107: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_164_1.jpg)


2 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e109: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_165_0.jpg)


at anchor acapulco mexico

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5


50874e0b09d409075500e10b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_165_1.jpg)


3 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e10d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_166_0.jpg)


at anchor acapulco mexico and underway

Lat 16.60, Long -99.82


50874e0b09d409075500e10f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_166_1.jpg)


4 November 1903

coal: 04/11/1903 -

coal: 157 1/4 tons -


50874e0b09d409075500e111: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_167_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to panama

Lat 15.52, Long -96.85


50874e0b09d409075500e113: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_167_1.jpg)


5 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e115: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_168_0.jpg)


50874e0b09d409075500e117: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_168_1.jpg)


5 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e119: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_169_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to panama

Lat 15.00, Long -92.78


50874e0b09d409075500e11b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_169_1.jpg)


6 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e11d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_170_0.jpg)


50874e0b09d409075500e11f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_170_1.jpg)


6 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e121: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_171_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to panama

Lat 11.97, Long -88.88


50874e0b09d409075500e123: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_171_1.jpg)


7 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e125: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_172_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to panama

Lat 9.58, Long -85.40


50874e0b09d409075500e127: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_172_1.jpg)


8 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e129: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_173_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to panama

Lat 7.08, Long -81.42


50874e0b09d409075500e12b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_173_1.jpg)


9 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e12d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_174_0.jpg)


50874e0b09d409075500e12f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_174_1.jpg)


9 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e131: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_175_0.jpg)


at sea and at anchor off panama underway and at anchor in parita bay

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e133: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_175_1.jpg)


10 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e135: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_176_0.jpg)


50874e0b09d409075500e137: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_176_1.jpg)


10 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e139: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_177_0.jpg)


at anchor underway and at anchor in parita bay

Lat 41.1, Long 37.3


50874e0b09d409075500e13b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_177_1.jpg)


11 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e13d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_178_0.jpg)


at sea and at anchor off panama underway and at anchor in parita underway and enroute to panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e13f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_178_1.jpg)


12 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e141: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_179_0.jpg)


at sea and anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e143: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_179_1.jpg)


13 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e145: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_180_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e147: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_180_1.jpg)


14 November 1903

coal: 202 tons - Coaling from 6.10 to 8.00. Rec'd on board during watch 62 tons, making a total of 202 tons.

coal: 104 tons - Engaged in coaling ship. Took on board 104 tons.

A. H. Ballard (P & F) - Absentees as follows:- Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.), Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) and Miller, E. (Oiler).

F. A. Strosser (CarpM 3c) - Absentees as follows:- Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.), Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) and Miller, E. (Oiler).

E. Miller (Oiler) - Absentees as follows:- Ballard, A. H. (P. & F.), Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3C) and Miller, E. (Oiler).

HMS Amphion - At 10:30 the C.O. visited H.M.S. Amphion officially.

coal: 311 tons - Coaling ship till 1:30 at which time finished, having taken on board 311 tons (total).

At 5:00 the Comd'g. Officer of the H.M.S. Amphion, called officially on this ship.


50874e0b09d409075500e149: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_181_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e14b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_181_1.jpg)


15 November 1903

USS Boston - At 9:15 the U.S.S. Boston entered port and anchored about 500 yards to E.S.E. of this ship.

7:55 F to Sqd. Ard "United States mail will close on board F at ten oclock tomorrow evening. American postage" 8:00, F. to C. Ard " The Admiral would like to see Cap't Perkins this evening if entirely convenient."

Signal at 8:10, F. to Sqd. Ard. " Submit report of vacancies by morning guard boat tomorrow."


50874e0b09d409075500e14d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_182_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e14f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_182_1.jpg)


16 November 1903

At 8:40, F. to Sqd. W.W. " Submit before noon requisitions to complete two monthly supplies of provisions from December 1st and stores in other departments that are absolutely necessary. Requisitions should be made on Bureau of StoreKeeper, New York."

Rec'd following signal. At 3:30, F. to C. Semo. " Be prepared to sail tomorrow on a cruise of four or five days. Written instructions later."


50874e0b09d409075500e151: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_183_0.jpg)


at anchor panama underway and at sea

Lat 8.27, Long -79.72


50874e0b09d409075500e153: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_183_1.jpg)


17 November 1903

at 535 s fraile island bore on stbd beam distant 42 miles

Lat 51.0, Long 32.6

Made preparations for getting underway. At 7:50 called "All Hands" up anchor, and got underway. At 8:00 the U.S.F.S. Marblehead fired a salute of 21 guns, Panamanian flag at the main and the Panamanian gun-boat Padilla repled with 21 guns, American flag at the fore and Fort Bovedas also replied with 21 guns.

Clyde Haggbloom (F 2C) - Called all hands aft to muster and published proceedings, findings, and sentence of S.C.M. in case of Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C). He was senteneced to be disrated to Coal-Passer, U.S. Navy. Accordingly, Haggbloom, C. (F. 2C) was disrated to C.P. to date from Oct. 16, 1903, and was released from being prisoner-at-large and restored to duty.

US Collier Nero - At 7:05 spoke U.S. Collier "Nero" from San Diego, Nov. 5th bound for Panama.


50874e0b09d409075500e155: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_184_0.jpg)


at sea at anchor david bay underway and anchored off

Lat 7.55, Long -82.42


50874e0b09d409075500e157: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_184_1.jpg)


18 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e159: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_185_0.jpg)


at anchor san lorenzo and underway

Lat 7.85, Long -82.15


50874e0b09d409075500e15b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_185_1.jpg)


19 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e15d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_186_0.jpg)


at sea

Lat 7.15, Long -80.75


50874e0b09d409075500e15f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_186_1.jpg)


20 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e161: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_187_0.jpg)


at sea

Lat 8.22, Long -78.72


50874e0b09d409075500e163: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_187_1.jpg)


21 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e165: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_188_0.jpg)


at sea and at anchor off panama

Lat 8.23, Long -80.10


50874e0b09d409075500e167: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_188_1.jpg)


22 November 1903

bearings from anchorage san jose rock s 23oe psc left tang perico island south psc right tang naor island s 45ow psc

Lat 9.57, Long -79.87

Went half speed from 5:20 to 5:55, and slow speed from 5.55 to 6:30, standing in towards Dulce River. At 7:00, sighted schooner 2 pts. on port bow.

At 2:25 came to anchor in 5 fathoms of water and veered to 30 fathoms of starboard chain.

The Captain made an official call on the Commander-in-Chief.

2:10 F. to C. Sem. "Officers of C. are allowed four telegrams today."

SS Loa - At 5:30 the Chilean steamer Loa came out of La Boca, and anchored off Perico Island, and at 5:50 left harbor.


50874e0b09d409075500e169: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_189_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama underway moored alongside usn collier nero underway and anchored off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e16b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_189_1.jpg)


23 November 1903

coal: 123 tons -


50874e0b09d409075500e16d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_190_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e16f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_190_1.jpg)


24 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e171: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_191_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e173: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_191_1.jpg)


25 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e175: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_192_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e177: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_192_1.jpg)


26 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e179: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_193_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e17b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_193_1.jpg)


27 November 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e17d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_194_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e17f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_194_1.jpg)


28 November 1903

SS Guatemala - The British Steamer Guatemala entered port and at 4:15 came to anchor off San Jose Rock.

Steamer Guatamala got underway at 9:15 and at 9:25, anchored off Naos Island.

Surgeon Dunbar - Medical Board of Survey, of which Surgeon Dunbar, was Senior Member, met on board at 2:05.

Exchanged the following signals. At 12:15 F to C. Semaphore. " Is Cox. C. Bauer in your crew?" At 12:25, C. to F. Semaphore, "N." At 1:20, F. to Sq'd. W.W. "White cape and black shoes will be worn with uniform to tonight's dance". Swimming party left ship at 3:00.

Swimming party returned at 5:30. Exchanged following signals, At 6:40 F. to Sqd. Ard. "Please signal number of officers going to alligator shoot Monday." At 6:43, F. to . Ard. " Your stay light was not turned on until five minutes after sun down." At 6:53, C. to F. Ard. " Three officers would like to go on alligator shoot Monday."


50874e0b09d409075500e181: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_195_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e183: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_195_1.jpg)


29 November 1903

SS Peru - Steamer "Peru" came in, anchored at 9:15.

E. Miller (Oiler) - Miller, E. (Oiler) returned from leave.


50874e0b09d409075500e185: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_196_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e187: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_196_1.jpg)


30 November 1903

At 8:00 hoisted guard flag.

12:00 F to Sqd. Sem. " Mail will close on F. at ten this evening;

H. H. Phillips (Yeo 2c) - H. H. Phillips, Yeo. 2 Cl., received a permanent appointment as Yeo. 3 Cl., dated Oct. 14, 1903.

Broke in use two oars of dinghy.



LOGS FOR DECEMBER 1903


50874e0b09d409075500e189: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_197_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e18b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_197_1.jpg)


1 December 1903

P.M. SS Acapulco - The Pacific Mail Steamer Acapulco left La Boca and anchored off Dead Man's Island, at 10:20. At 10:15 the "Peru" got underway and went alongside wharf at La Boca. At 11:30, Panamanian gun-boat, "Chucuito," left the harbor.

SS Peru - The Pacific Mail Steamer Acapulco left La Boca and anchored off Dead Man's Island, at 10:20. At 10:15 the "Peru" got underway and went alongside wharf at La Boca. At 11:30, Panamanian gun-boat, "Chucuito," left the harbor.

Panamanian gunboat Chucuito - The Pacific Mail Steamer Acapulco left La Boca and anchored off Dead Man's Island, at 10:20. At 10:15 the "Peru" got underway and went alongside wharf at La Boca. At 11:30, Panamanian gun-boat, "Chucuito," left the harbor.

Swimming party left ship.

The "Acapulco" left the harbor at 1.45. The Panamanian gun-boat "Chucuito" came into the harbor at 2:45.

Rec'd following signal: At 5:45, F. to C. W.W. " The Admiral would like to see Captain Perkins now." Swimming party returned at 4:15.


50874e0b09d409075500e18d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_198_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0b09d409075500e18f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol032of040/vol032of040_198_1.jpg)


2 December 1903

SS Tucapel - At 6:30, sighted Chilean Steamer Tucapel standing into the harbor. British steamer "Manavi" left the harbor at 6.50. Steamer Tucapel anchored off Dead Man's Island at 7:25.

SS Manavi - At 6:30, sighted Chilean Steamer Tucapel standing into the harbor. British steamer "Manavi" left the harbor at 6.50. Steamer Tucapel anchored off Dead Man's Island at 7:25.

Chatfield Christiancy Staley - Released from confinement Christiancy Staley (A 2C) his term of confinement in pursuance of sentence of S.C.M., having expired. Confined J. Duggan, F. 1 Cl. in pursuance of sentence of S.C.M., Solitary confinement in double irons on b. & w. for 30 days with full ration every third day.

Michael Duggan (Fire 1c) - Released from confinement Christiancy Staley (A 2C) his term of confinement in pursuance of sentence of S.C.M., having expired. Confined J. Duggan, F. 1 Cl. in pursuance of sentence of S.C.M., Solitary confinement in double irons on b. & w. for 30 days with full ration every third day.

E. J. Tucker (Corpl) - Delivered to Corp'l. E. J. Tucker a West Indian Campaign medal for services in the war with Spain.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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3 December 1903

HMS Amphion - H.B.M.S. Amphion engaged in Sub-calibre target practice from 10:00 to 11:30.

11:35, F to Sqd. Sem. " For afternoon drill this afternoon send out boats under sails in charge of petty officers. Have them practice making and taking in sail and making gangway landings";

Exercised boats under sail from 1:00 to 3:30.

U.S.F.S. Marblehead coaling ship from 4:00 to 5:30.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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4 December 1903

At sunrise hoisted colors and half-masted them as a mark of respect to the late Rear Admiral Beardslee, U.S.M.

USS Marblehead - U.S.F.S. Marblehead coaling ship from 5:30 to 7:00.

At 3:25, U.S.F.S. Marblehead fired a salute of 7 guns, British flag at fore, in honor of British consul.

Swimming party returned at 5:15. Exchanged following signals. At 6:40, F. to C. Ard. " to Nero. - Make out written report of result of attempt to put out fire and present condition of coal holds." At 6.50, Nero to C. Torch. " Message read. Tell F. that Mr. Worley will report in preson immediately." At 6:35, repeated message to F. from Nero; ardois.

HMS Amphion - At 4:20, H.M.S. Amphion fired a salute of 7 guns, British Naval Reserve flag at fore, in honor of British consul.

During drill, broke one of the 3d. Cutter's swivel row-locks, while in use.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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5 December 1903

At 6:50, sighted English steamer standing into the harbor. Field day.

J. T. Dunn (Blksmth) - About 11:30, J. T. Dunn, Blacksmith was found to be under the influence of liquor and by order of the C.O. was placed under sentry's charge to await action. C. W. Stoll. Ch. Mach. reported the expiration of his enlistment.

C. W. Stoll (Ch. Mach) - About 11:30, J. T. Dunn, Blacksmith was found to be under the influence of liquor and by order of the C.O. was placed under sentry's charge to await action. C. W. Stoll. Ch. Mach. reported the expiration of his enlistment.

Swimming and sailing parties allowed.

J. Hayden (Cox) - About 5:00, J. Hayden, (Cox.) & E. Pelletier (Sea), returned on board from swimming under the influence of liquor and by order of the C.O. they were placed in double irons to await action.

W. T. Pelletier (Sea) - About 5:00, J. Hayden, (Cox.) & E. Pelletier (Sea), returned on board from swimming under the influence of liquor and by order of the C.O. they were placed in double irons to await action.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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6 December 1903

At 7:30 F to Sqd. Sem. " The Admiral is going to Colon this morning by extra train. Will return the afternoon and would be glad to have Captain Perkins, Capt. Cottman, & Capt Diehl to go if they care. The train leaves Panama at 9:30. All white uniform." 7:40 C. to F. Sem. " Many thanks for the invitation. Capt. Perkins begs to be excused."

Signals during watch as follows: 8:05, F. to Sqd. Sem. " The Admiral would be glad to have Captains go in the barge with him leaving F. soon after eight-thirty."

Signals durng watch as follows:- 12:30, F. to C. W.W. " Cablegrams for Mr. Scales, Huff, Dodd, and Farenholt have just come on board."

G. R. Dennis (Sea) - At 5:35 C. R. Dennis, Sea., returned on board drunk from a sailing party and by order of the Commanding Officer was placed in double irons under sentry's charge for safe keeping and to await further action.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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7 December 1903


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at anchor off panama underway and at sea

Lat 8.45, Long -79.57


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8 December 1903


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at sea

Lat 7.17, Long -80.48


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9 December 1903

at 545 sighted jicaron island 2 pts on stbd bow

Lat 51.0, Long -127.7

Panamanian gunboat 3d November - Steaming in company with Panamanian gun-boat, 3d of November on course S. 13oW. (psc).

A. H. Petersen (App 2c) - Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) was released from confinement his term havng expired.


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at sea and at anchor davids bay

Lat , Long


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10 December 1903


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davids bay

Lat , Long


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11 December 1903


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at anchor in davids bay and underway

Lat 7.55, Long -81.48


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12 December 1903


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at sea and at anchor off panama

Lat 7.73, Long -79.78


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13 December 1903


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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14 December 1903


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panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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14 December 1903


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14 December 1903


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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15 December 1903


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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16 December 1903


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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17 December 1903


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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18 December 1903


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at anchor off panama and underway enroute to san miguel gulf

Lat 8.70, Long -79.43


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19 December 1903


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in gulf san miguel at anchor underway and enroute panama

Lat 8.25, Long -78.55


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20 December 1903


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20 December 1903


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at sea enroute to panama and at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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21 December 1903


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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22 December 1903


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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23 December 1903


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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24 December 1903


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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25 December 1903

At 8:00 hoisted guard flag.

Rec'd following signal, At 1.35, F. to C. Semaphone. " Never mind guard boat trip this afternoon."

US Collier Nero - The U.S. Collier Nero was sighted at 7.10, standing into the harbor, and at 7.50, she anchored.

Fishing party returned at 4.15, and swimming and 2nd cutter's sailing party returned at 5.30. 3d cutter's sailing party returned at 6.24, their boat having grounded near La Boca about 2.30.

R. J. Harron (MAA 3c) - Harron, R. J. (M. A. 3Cl.), left the boat without authority, waded ashore, and failed to return.

Received following signal. At 6.25, F. to C. Ard. " C. has four Saturday and Sunday messages this week."


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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26 December 1903

Field day.

W. T. Pelletier (Sea) - About 11:00, Pelletier, W. T. (Sea.) was found to be tight on board shp and by order of the C.O. was placed under sentry's charge to await action.

Swimming party allowed.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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27 December 1903

SS Newport - At 6:40 Pacific Mail Steamer "Newport" came in and anchored off Flamenco Is.

Hoisted guard flag at 8:00.

Signals during watch as follows:- 9:00, F. to C. Sem. "There will be an informal dance at the Commercial Club which officers may attend. Permission is given to remain ashore until sundown tonight"; 9:23 C. to F. Sem. " Do not understand last signal;" 9:30, F. to C. Sem. " There will be an informal dance at the Commercial Club which officers may attend. Permission is given to remain ashore after sundown tonight;"

E. D. Myrick (Ch. GunM 1c) - E. D. Myrick, G. C. 1 Cl., and F. J. Canty, Pv't., returned from sailing party under the influence of intoxicants and by order of the Captain were placed under sentry's chage in double irons to await further action.

F. J. Canty (PM) - E. D. Myrick, G. C. 1 Cl., and F. J. Canty, Pv't., returned from sailing party under the influence of intoxicants and by order of the Captain were placed under sentry's chage in double irons to await further action.

Signals during watch as follows:- 5:20 F. to C. Sem. "Prepare to get underway Tuesday evening. Orders follow;" At 7:50 F. to C. Torch W. W. " Send fire party to Nero quick."

Lt. A. H. Scales USN - At 7:58 Lt Scales with fire party of 15 men left the ship for the Nero.

US Collier Nero - Fire party returned from Nero at 8:25.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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28 December 1903

Hauled down guard flag at 8:00.

P. H. Miller (Lds) - At 9:00 had mast and the Comdg Officer awaded the following punishments:- Miller, P. H. (Lds.) Neglect of duty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C) Interferring with Master.at.arms in the performance of his duty - 5 days double irons. Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.) dirty undershirt at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) returning from sailing party drunk - 5 days double irons & 3 months 4 class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) returning from sailing party drunk - 5 days double irons & 3 months 4th class. By order of the Comd'g Officer in accordance with above punishments, Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1Cl.) and Canty, F. J. (Pv't) were placed in confinement for 5 days, in double irons; Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C) was made prisoner-at-large awaiting punishment, and Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) wa made prisoner-at-large to await trial by S. C. M. for being under influence of intoxicating liquor on board ship, Dec. 26, inst.

J. H. Gunther (Yeo 3c) - At 9:00 had mast and the Comdg Officer awaded the following punishments:- Miller, P. H. (Lds.) Neglect of duty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C) Interferring with Master.at.arms in the performance of his duty - 5 days double irons. Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.) dirty undershirt at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) returning from sailing party drunk - 5 days double irons & 3 months 4 class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) returning from sailing party drunk - 5 days double irons & 3 months 4th class. By order of the Comd'g Officer in accordance with above punishments, Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1Cl.) and Canty, F. J. (Pv't) were placed in confinement for 5 days, in double irons; Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C) was made prisoner-at-large awaiting punishment, and Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) wa made prisoner-at-large to await trial by S. C. M. for being under influence of intoxicating liquor on board ship, Dec. 26, inst.

D. M. Shafroth (OS) - At 9:00 had mast and the Comdg Officer awaded the following punishments:- Miller, P. H. (Lds.) Neglect of duty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C) Interferring with Master.at.arms in the performance of his duty - 5 days double irons. Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.) dirty undershirt at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) returning from sailing party drunk - 5 days double irons & 3 months 4 class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) returning from sailing party drunk - 5 days double irons & 3 months 4th class. By order of the Comd'g Officer in accordance with above punishments, Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1Cl.) and Canty, F. J. (Pv't) were placed in confinement for 5 days, in double irons; Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C) was made prisoner-at-large awaiting punishment, and Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) wa made prisoner-at-large to await trial by S. C. M. for being under influence of intoxicating liquor on board ship, Dec. 26, inst.

F. J. Canty (PM) - At 9:00 had mast and the Comdg Officer awaded the following punishments:- Miller, P. H. (Lds.) Neglect of duty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C) Interferring with Master.at.arms in the performance of his duty - 5 days double irons. Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.) dirty undershirt at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) returning from sailing party drunk - 5 days double irons & 3 months 4 class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) returning from sailing party drunk - 5 days double irons & 3 months 4th class. By order of the Comd'g Officer in accordance with above punishments, Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1Cl.) and Canty, F. J. (Pv't) were placed in confinement for 5 days, in double irons; Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C) was made prisoner-at-large awaiting punishment, and Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) wa made prisoner-at-large to await trial by S. C. M. for being under influence of intoxicating liquor on board ship, Dec. 26, inst.

W. T. Pelletier (Sea) - At 9:00 had mast and the Comdg Officer awaded the following punishments:- Miller, P. H. (Lds.) Neglect of duty - 4 hrs. extra duty. Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C) Interferring with Master.at.arms in the performance of his duty - 5 days double irons. Shafroth, D. M. (O.S.) dirty undershirt at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) returning from sailing party drunk - 5 days double irons & 3 months 4 class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) returning from sailing party drunk - 5 days double irons & 3 months 4th class. By order of the Comd'g Officer in accordance with above punishments, Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1Cl.) and Canty, F. J. (Pv't) were placed in confinement for 5 days, in double irons; Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C) was made prisoner-at-large awaiting punishment, and Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) wa made prisoner-at-large to await trial by S. C. M. for being under influence of intoxicating liquor on board ship, Dec. 26, inst.

J. Brooks (Paymaster) - A Board composed of Paymaster J. Brooks, Ensign C. W. Forman, and Ensign E. H. Dodd, commenced inventory of Paymaster's stores on U.S. Collier "Nero".

Ensign C. W. Forman - A Board composed of Paymaster J. Brooks, Ensign C. W. Forman, and Ensign E. H. Dodd, commenced inventory of Paymaster's stores on U.S. Collier "Nero".

Ensign Edwin H. Dodd USN - A Board composed of Paymaster J. Brooks, Ensign C. W. Forman, and Ensign E. H. Dodd, commenced inventory of Paymaster's stores on U.S. Collier "Nero".

Exchanged following signals: At 9:45, F. to C. W.W." When Paymaster Brooks is ready to begin inventory, men will be sent to Nero to handle stores." At 10:20, C. to F. W.W. " Shall send Brooks on board Nero at 10:30 this morning". At 10:45, Y. to C. W.W. " We have two one-pound guns Nos. 480-482: four boat stands for one-pounders two accessory boxes for one pounders, one field carriage cover and two Colt's guns on this ship. Do they belong to you? At 11:00, C. to Y. W.W. " The two Colts and accessories belong to the Concord. The two one-pounders belong to Marblehead and were transported only by Concord.

J. Hayden (Cox) - Hayden, J. (Cox'n) in charge of 3d cutter, drilling with Engineer's forces, returned to ship at 2:30, under influence of intoxicating liquor.

Board completed inventory on Nero at 4:20.

Exchanged following signals: 5:35 Y. to C. W.W. "When do you leave for Darien? Sgd. Cottman." At 5:40, C. to Y. W.W. " Sometime tomorrow evening. Sgd. Hughes".

Sighted rays of searchlight over Perico Island from 8:30 to 9:00.


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at anchor off panama and at sea

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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29 December 1903

at 925 chame island bore abeam distant 28 miles

Lat 51.1, Long 45.0

J. Hayden (Cox) - By order of C.O. J. Hayden, (Cox.) was made prisoner-at-large awaiting trial by S.C.M. for returning on board ship under influence of liquor having been in charge of drill party.

Hoisted all boats and made preparations for getting underway.

At 7:30, called all hands & hove up stb'd anchor. Anchor away at 7.35. Anchor secured at 7.48. At 7:47, started ahead at full speed and stood out of the harbor, Capt., conning.

USS Wyoming - Steering various courses from 10:00, under conn of Captain, standing towards U.S.S. Wyoming, till 10:22 when stopped both engines and lay to near U.S.S. Wyoming.

At 8:05 sighted small schooner dead ahead and later passed her on port hand.

At 9:30 sighted lights of a vessel broad off starboard bow which later proved to be the U.S.S.Wyoming. Hauled in p.l. reading 19.0 at 10.10. Signals during watch as follows:- 9:45 C. to Y. Ard. "Send boat for mail;" At 9:52 C. to Y. Ard. " Commanding Officer invited on board."


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at sea and at anchor in darien harbor

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7


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30 December 1903

steaming on course n 68o e psc till 837 when galena island bore abeam distant 17 miles and changed course to e 12 n psc pll rading 886

Lat 56.5, Long -132.6

USS Wyoming - Comd'g Officer of U.S.S. Wyoming left ship at 12:10.

Panamanian gunboat Chucuito - At 11:10 sighted small steamer, coming out of San Miquel Bay, which later proved to be the Panamanian gunboat at "Chucuito," passed her on port hand.

Steering by steam from after wheel from 12:30 to 12.57, fw'd steering gear having broken down.

USS Boston - At 1.21, sighted U.S.S. Boston at anchor off Darien. At 1.35 hauled in P.L. reading 33.8. The Comd'g. Officer of the U.S.S. Boston paid an official visit to the Comd'g Officer of this ship.

W. T. Pelletier (Sea) - At 2:08 S.C.M. met for the trial of Pelletier, W. T. (Sea), and afterwards for trial of Hayden, J. (Cox) and adjourned at 2:46, to await the action of the convening authority.

J. Hayden (Cox) - At 2:08 S.C.M. met for the trial of Pelletier, W. T. (Sea), and afterwards for trial of Hayden, J. (Cox) and adjourned at 2:46, to await the action of the convening authority.

Sent following signal. At 8:30, C. to C. Ard. "Flagship New York expected in Panama the 7th of Jan., Petrel due this week. Bennington, Paul Jones, and Preble by the fifteenth. Congress meets Monday and action on Panama question is expected to be prompt. At all events it is probable that the fleet in the Isthmian waters will be reduced in the near future. What is the news from Yovisa?".


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at anchor in darien harbor and at at sea

Lat 35.7, Long -0.6


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31 December 1903



LOGS FOR JANUARY 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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1 January 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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2 January 1904

Panamanian gunboat Chucuito - At 6:30, the Panamanian gunboat "Chucuito" left the harbor, after communicating with U.S.F.S. Mablehead, standing in S.E. direction.

E. D. Myrick (Ch. GunM 1c) - Comd'g Officer released Myrick, E. D. (G C 1Cl), Canty, T. J. (Pv't) from confinement in double irons their term of confinement having expired, & by his order placed Gunther, J. H. (Yeo. 3 Cl) in confinement in double irons for 5 days - for interferring with the Master-at-arms in the performance of duty.

F. J. Canty (PM) - Comd'g Officer released Myrick, E. D. (G C 1Cl), Canty, T. J. (Pv't) from confinement in double irons their term of confinement having expired, & by his order placed Gunther, J. H. (Yeo. 3 Cl) in confinement in double irons for 5 days - for interferring with the Master-at-arms in the performance of duty.

J. H. Gunther (Yeo 3c) - Comd'g Officer released Myrick, E. D. (G C 1Cl), Canty, T. J. (Pv't) from confinement in double irons their term of confinement having expired, & by his order placed Gunther, J. H. (Yeo. 3 Cl) in confinement in double irons for 5 days - for interferring with the Master-at-arms in the performance of duty.

Swimming and sailing parties allowed.

W. T. Pelletier (Sea) - Divisions were marched aft and the proceedings & sentences of S.C.M. in the cases of W T. Pelletier (Sea) & J. Hayden (Cox.) were published. Pelletier, W. T. (Sea). " Under the influence of intoxicating liquor on board ship and unfit for duty " Specification proved. Sentence Solitary confinement in double irons on bread & water for fifteen (15) days full ration every third day & to lose one (1) month's pay amounting to twenty four ($24.00). Hayden, J. (Cox.). "Returning on board ship under the influence of intoxicating liquor - having been in charge of engineer's force for boat drill & unfit for duty." Spec. proved. Sentence - Solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for fifteen (15) days, with full ration every third (3d) day, and to lose one (1) month's pay amounting to thirty two dollars & seventy two cents ($32.72.

J. Hayden (Cox) - Divisions were marched aft and the proceedings & sentences of S.C.M. in the cases of W T. Pelletier (Sea) & J. Hayden (Cox.) were published. Pelletier, W. T. (Sea). " Under the influence of intoxicating liquor on board ship and unfit for duty " Specification proved. Sentence Solitary confinement in double irons on bread & water for fifteen (15) days full ration every third day & to lose one (1) month's pay amounting to twenty four ($24.00). Hayden, J. (Cox.). "Returning on board ship under the influence of intoxicating liquor - having been in charge of engineer's force for boat drill & unfit for duty." Spec. proved. Sentence - Solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for fifteen (15) days, with full ration every third (3d) day, and to lose one (1) month's pay amounting to thirty two dollars & seventy two cents ($32.72.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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3 January 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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4 January 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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5 January 1904


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underway and at anchor in darien harbor and underway enroute to panama

Lat 43.1, Long 37.3


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6 January 1904


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underway and at anchor off panama and underway

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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7 January 1904

at 1240 sighted taboga island on port bow

Lat 51.8, Long -177.9

At 1:53, hauled in p.l. reading 14.3, and steered various courses, Com'dg Officer at the conn, until 2:18, when anchored with stbd anchor in 4 1/2 fathoms of water with 15 fathoms of chain.

At 1:45, F. to C. Ard. " What news have you?" At 1:50, C. to F. Ard. " Nothing very important." At 2:00, F. to C. Ard. "Commanding Officer report on board after breakfast."

HMS Amphion - At 9:00 the Commanding Officer left the ship and visited the flagship returning at 10:25. At 11:20, H.M.S. Amphion came in and anchored. At 10:35, C.O. left the ship and visited the flagship returning at 11:25.

USS Wyoming - At 1:40, U.S.S. Wyoming got underway and left the harbor.

At 2:20 called all hands and hove up stbd anchor. Anchor away at 2:25. At 2:35 started ahead at full speed and stood out of the harbor, Cap't conning.

Steering various courses from 4:20, to 4:34, the Captain at the conn, inspecting targets of U.S.S. Wyoming, found targets, two range buoys and two auxiliary buoys.


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underway and at anchor off river rio dulce

Lat 41.1, Long 37.3


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8 January 1904


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at anchor off rio dulce river

Lat , Long


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9 January 1904

At 6:00 sighted two masted steamer standing towards Panama.

Sent party to sound out channel to Rio Dulce.

Sounding party returned.


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at anchor off rio dulce river

Lat , Long


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10 January 1904

At 7:25, sighted steamer with 3rd cutter in tow coming down the river.

C. A. Rodman (App 2c) - The Captain assigned the following punishments:- Rodman, C. A. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Roger, R. B. (O'S.) not obeying a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. By order of the Captain, Roger, R. B. (O'S) was placed in double irons for 24 hours. By order of the Captain the following men were placed in double irons under sentry's charge to await investigation for "improper conduct": J. J. Wavrin (A 2C); W. T. Pelletier, (O'S); R. J. Canty, (Pvt.). At 8:10 the scouting party under Lieut. Scales returned to the ship and left at 8:55.

R. B. Rogers (OS) - The Captain assigned the following punishments:- Rodman, C. A. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Roger, R. B. (O'S.) not obeying a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. By order of the Captain, Roger, R. B. (O'S) was placed in double irons for 24 hours. By order of the Captain the following men were placed in double irons under sentry's charge to await investigation for "improper conduct": J. J. Wavrin (A 2C); W. T. Pelletier, (O'S); R. J. Canty, (Pvt.). At 8:10 the scouting party under Lieut. Scales returned to the ship and left at 8:55.

J. J. Wavrin (App 2c) - The Captain assigned the following punishments:- Rodman, C. A. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Roger, R. B. (O'S.) not obeying a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. By order of the Captain, Roger, R. B. (O'S) was placed in double irons for 24 hours. By order of the Captain the following men were placed in double irons under sentry's charge to await investigation for "improper conduct": J. J. Wavrin (A 2C); W. T. Pelletier, (O'S); R. J. Canty, (Pvt.). At 8:10 the scouting party under Lieut. Scales returned to the ship and left at 8:55.

W. T. Pelletier (OS) - The Captain assigned the following punishments:- Rodman, C. A. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Roger, R. B. (O'S.) not obeying a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. By order of the Captain, Roger, R. B. (O'S) was placed in double irons for 24 hours. By order of the Captain the following men were placed in double irons under sentry's charge to await investigation for "improper conduct": J. J. Wavrin (A 2C); W. T. Pelletier, (O'S); R. J. Canty, (Pvt.). At 8:10 the scouting party under Lieut. Scales returned to the ship and left at 8:55.

F. J. Canty (PM) - The Captain assigned the following punishments:- Rodman, C. A. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Roger, R. B. (O'S.) not obeying a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. By order of the Captain, Roger, R. B. (O'S) was placed in double irons for 24 hours. By order of the Captain the following men were placed in double irons under sentry's charge to await investigation for "improper conduct": J. J. Wavrin (A 2C); W. T. Pelletier, (O'S); R. J. Canty, (Pvt.). At 8:10 the scouting party under Lieut. Scales returned to the ship and left at 8:55.

Lt. A. H. Scales USN -

J. J. Wavrin (App 2c) - By order of the Captain, J. J. Wavrin, (A 2C.) was released from double irons under sentry's charge and made a prisoner-at-large.


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at anchor off rio dulce

Lat , Long


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11 January 1904

At 6:45, sent steamer with 3d cutter and dinghy in tow, and scouting party away.

Sent out scouting party.

Scouting party returned.


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at anchor off rio dulce and underway

Lat 41.1, Long 37.3


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12 January 1904

Panamanian gunboat 3d Novembre - Sounding party left ship at 9:00, and returned at 11:40. Sighted Panamanian gun-boat 3rd of Novembre at 9:55, and at 11:25 she disappeared up river bearing W.S.W.

Lt. A. H. Scales USN - Scouting party under Lieut. A. G. Scales, returned to ship at 7:30. Making preparations for getting underway.

Making preparations for getting underway till 8:45, when called "all hands up anchor" and at 8:52 got underway.

Lieut. A. H. Scales, reported the loss in use by member of scouting party o the bowl of boat compass.


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underway and at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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13 January 1904

steered n by w 14w until 725 when changed course san jose rock abeam distant 1 mile

Lat 38.5, Long 104.0

At 2:10, sighted steamer's light 2 pts. on port bow standing to the southward.

USS New York - Exchanged the following signals: At 7:10 exchanged distinguishing pennants with the U.S.F.S. New York. 7:28 F. to C. W.W. "Take your old berth". 7:34 F. to C. W.W. "Take guard duty today". 7:50 F. to C. "Captain come on board after nine o'clock".

USS Petrel - U.S.F.S. New York and U.S.S. Petrel coaling ship. The Captain made an official call on the Comander-in-Chief.

Pacific Mail SS San Jose - At 9:10 the P.M.S.S. San Jose got up anchor and went in to La Boca.

Hoisted guard flag at 8:00.

A. H. Ballard (P & F) - At 9:00 A. H. Ballard, P.&F., and Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3 Cl.), returned on board from the U.S.F.S. New York having been absent from the ship from Oct. 22, 1903.

F. A. Strosser (CarpM 3c) - At 9:00 A. H. Ballard, P.&F., and Strosser, F. A. (C. M. 3 Cl.), returned on board from the U.S.F.S. New York having been absent from the ship from Oct. 22, 1903.

Making preparations for coaling ship and for getting underway. U.S.F.S. New York and U.S.S. Petrel coaling ship.

1:10 C. to F. W.W. " Doctor and paymaster request permission to go to Colon tomorrow to return same day. Have Commanding Officer's authority to grant such permission"; 1:20 C. to F. W.W. " Permission to send men aloft to prepare for coaling"; 1:40 F. to C. W.W. " Request of Paymaster and doctor granted and permission to send men aloft granted."

At 5:00, the U.S.S. Petrel cast off from the Nero and at 5:50, came to anchor bearing E.S.E.

Signals during watch as follows: 5:20, C. to F. Sem. "Request authority to go alongside Nero at daylight tomorrow"; 5:20, Nero to C. W.W. " What side will you coal on?" 5:23 F. to C. Affirmative; 5:25, C. to Nero, W.W. "Concord will come on your port side at daylight tomorrow, our bow aft".

Panamanian gunboat 3d of Novembre - At 8:50, sighted Panamanian gun boat 3rd of Novembre which came to anchor at 9:10 off entrance to inner harbor.


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at anchor underway moored to navy collier nero

Lat -17.5, Long -149.8


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14 January 1904

At 6:10 called " all hands up anchor." At 6:15 got underway, the Commanding Officer at the conn, and went alongside the U.S. Collier Nero on the port side, bow aft. In going alongside collier, struck her slightly at 6:58, with port bow and secured alongside. Shortly afterwards her Captain reported his ship leaking and in danger of sinking. Got out our collision mat over on her port quarter. At 7:08 the Nero got up anchor. At 7:23, went ahead, and towed her into shallow water near Perico Island. At 7.50, stopped, and the Nero came to anchor. Signals during watch as follows:- 7:00 F. to Sqd. Gen 735; 7:10 C. to F. W.W. " Nero is leaiking very badly. We are going to tow her on the beach." Hauled down guard flag at 8:00. At end of watch ship secured alongside "Nero."

coal: 16 tons - At 10.45 commenced coaling. Stopped coaling at 11.50, having received on board during watch 16 tons.

Exchanged following signals:- At 9.10, P. to C. W.W. "We have ten lengths of two and one half inch fire hose." At 10.00, C. to F. Num. 0 (Absentees) Num. 7 (Sick). At 10.50 C. to F. Sema. " The water inside and out has been level since eight o'clock. Am pumping out Nero's stern tanks which will raise her thirty inches. Quite safe to take coal out of No. 3 hold. Bulkhead amply strong. Damage to plates quite extensive".

USS New York - At 9:00, U.S.F.S. New York sent diving party to "Nero" and diver made examination of damage done to Nero's hull.

coal: 51 tons - Commenced coalig at 1:00. Rec'd on board during watch 51 tons.

Coaling from 4.00 to 4.15, when had to stop owing to coal in Nero being on fire. At request of Comd'g. Officer of Nero played one fire hose from this ship into hold No. 3 on Nero, for about 45 minutes.

71 tons - Rec'd on board during watch 4 tons, making a total of 71 tons recd.

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USFS Olympia - From 7.00 to 8:00, U.S.F.S. New York and U.S.F.S. Olympia at Colon exchanged signals by searchlight.


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alongside navy collier nero underway and at anchor off

Lat 41.1, Long 37.3


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15 January 1904

coal: 103 tons - Engaged in coaling shp alongside U.S. Collier Nero. Finished at 10:35, having taken on 32 tons during the watch and a total of 103 tons.

At 11:00, C. O. left ship and visited the F. Returned at 11:35.

At 1:15, called "all hands" and unmoored ship from the Nero, got underway, and anchored, at 1"45 in 6 3/4 fathoms of water and veered to 15 fathoms on stb'd chain.

Exchanged the following signals:- At 1:00, F. to C. W.W. " Leave Nero at discretion". 2:30 F. to C. W.W. " The Concord is allowed two free cable messages this week."

USS Boston - At 7:20 U.S.S. Boston came in and anchored.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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16 January 1904

USS Bennington - U.S.F.S. New York coaling shp. At 8:35 sighted incoming steamer which later proved to be the U.S.S. Bennington, the U.S.T.B. Paul Jones and U.S.T.B. Preble.

J. P. Dunn (Blksmth) - By order of the Captain J. P. Dunn, Blacksmith was released from confinement and restored to duty his term of confinement having expired. By order of the Captain, J. J. Wavrin, App. 2 Cl., was placed in solitary confinement on bread and water for 24 hours for "improper conduct" .

USS Preble - U.S.F.S. New York coaling shp. At 8:35 sighted incoming steamer which later proved to be the U.S.S. Bennington, the U.S.T.B. Paul Jones and U.S.T.B. Preble.

USS Paul Jones - U.S.F.S. New York coaling shp. At 8:35 sighted incoming steamer which later proved to be the U.S.S. Bennington, the U.S.T.B. Paul Jones and U.S.T.B. Preble.

J. J. Wavrin (App 2c) - By order of the Captain J. P. Dunn, Blacksmith was released from confinement and restored to duty his term of confinement having expired. By order of the Captain, J. J. Wavrin, App. 2 Cl., was placed in solitary confinement on bread and water for 24 hours for "improper conduct" .

P.M. SS City of Panama - At 9:40 the Pacific Mail Steamer City of Panama got underway and went into La Boca.

At 9:55 the "Paul Jones" anchored bearing East by North, and at 10:00 the "Preble" anchored bearing East by South. At 10:15 the "Bennington" anchored bearing E.S.E., and fired a salute of 21 guns with the Panamanian flag at the main. At 11:20 Fort Bovedas fired a salute of 21 guns with the United States flag at the flagstaff. At 10:45 the U.S. Coller "Nero" got underway and stood in to gridiron on Perico Island.

Signals during watch as follows:- 9:30 C. to F. W.W. " Request authority to get 300 lbs. of waste from Nero. Urgently needed in engineers department. A requisition for this amount has been granted;"

Hoisted guard flag at 8:00.

Signals durng watch as follows:- 1.30 C. to F. W.W. " Our boats are going to Nero for stores;" 1:50 F. to Sq'd. W.W. " The call letter and distinguishing pennant of Preble is E, of Paul Jones is J;" 2:10, F. to C. W.W. " You are not to go to sea today. Stop all preparations;"

USS Petrel - At 4:30, the U.S.S. Petrel got underway and left the harbor. The Captain of the U.S.S. Bennington made an official call on the Commanding Officer.

Signal at 9:00 F. to Sq'd. Ard. " E. and J. acknowledge at night by wigwag. N. will let her steamer call at E. on her trips to and from shore. Market boats leave ship at five thirty and store about seven-thirty - F. will let her steamer call at B. and J. for stewards leaving on market trip at five thirty."


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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17 January 1904

Ensign Charles P. Huff USN - In obedience to signal sent working party of 30 men, in charge of Ensign C. P. Huff, to Nero, at 9:00. working party returned at 12.00.

J. J. Wavrin (App 2c) - By order of Comd'g Officer Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C) was released from solitary confinement on bread and water, his punishment having expired. The Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Canty, F. J. (Prv't), Dennis, G. R. (Sea), and Pelletier, W. T,. (Sea) - Improper conduct, stealing ships alcohol, each, 10 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1 Cl.), and Distil, H. (Pv't) - disorderly conduct - each 3 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) - Disorderly conduct - 24 hrs. double & 4th class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) - Disorderly conduct - 3 dys. double irons & 4th class. McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't) - Neglect of duty & diobedience of orders - 3 dys. solitary confinement on bread and water and 4th Class 3 months. Hoke, S. J. (Pv't) - Neglect of duty - 24 hrs. extra duty & 4th class. In accordance with above punishments, and by orders of Comd'g Officer, Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pvt) were placed in double irons, and McMillen, F. B. (1st. Serg't) in solitary confinement for 3 dys. on bread and water; and Dennis, G. R. (Sea), Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1C), Distil, H., (Pv't), Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) and Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) were made prisoners-at-large to await punishment.

F. J. Canty (PM) - By order of Comd'g Officer Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C) was released from solitary confinement on bread and water, his punishment having expired. The Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Canty, F. J. (Prv't), Dennis, G. R. (Sea), and Pelletier, W. T,. (Sea) - Improper conduct, stealing ships alcohol, each, 10 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1 Cl.), and Distil, H. (Pv't) - disorderly conduct - each 3 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) - Disorderly conduct - 24 hrs. double & 4th class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) - Disorderly conduct - 3 dys. double irons & 4th class. McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't) - Neglect of duty & diobedience of orders - 3 dys. solitary confinement on bread and water and 4th Class 3 months. Hoke, S. J. (Pv't) - Neglect of duty - 24 hrs. extra duty & 4th class. In accordance with above punishments, and by orders of Comd'g Officer, Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pvt) were placed in double irons, and McMillen, F. B. (1st. Serg't) in solitary confinement for 3 dys. on bread and water; and Dennis, G. R. (Sea), Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1C), Distil, H., (Pv't), Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) and Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) were made prisoners-at-large to await punishment.

W. T. Pelletier (Sea) - By order of Comd'g Officer Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C) was released from solitary confinement on bread and water, his punishment having expired. The Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Canty, F. J. (Prv't), Dennis, G. R. (Sea), and Pelletier, W. T,. (Sea) - Improper conduct, stealing ships alcohol, each, 10 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1 Cl.), and Distil, H. (Pv't) - disorderly conduct - each 3 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) - Disorderly conduct - 24 hrs. double & 4th class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) - Disorderly conduct - 3 dys. double irons & 4th class. McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't) - Neglect of duty & diobedience of orders - 3 dys. solitary confinement on bread and water and 4th Class 3 months. Hoke, S. J. (Pv't) - Neglect of duty - 24 hrs. extra duty & 4th class. In accordance with above punishments, and by orders of Comd'g Officer, Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pvt) were placed in double irons, and McMillen, F. B. (1st. Serg't) in solitary confinement for 3 dys. on bread and water; and Dennis, G. R. (Sea), Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1C), Distil, H., (Pv't), Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) and Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) were made prisoners-at-large to await punishment.

G. R. Dennis (Sea) - By order of Comd'g Officer Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C) was released from solitary confinement on bread and water, his punishment having expired. The Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Canty, F. J. (Prv't), Dennis, G. R. (Sea), and Pelletier, W. T,. (Sea) - Improper conduct, stealing ships alcohol, each, 10 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1 Cl.), and Distil, H. (Pv't) - disorderly conduct - each 3 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) - Disorderly conduct - 24 hrs. double & 4th class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) - Disorderly conduct - 3 dys. double irons & 4th class. McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't) - Neglect of duty & diobedience of orders - 3 dys. solitary confinement on bread and water and 4th Class 3 months. Hoke, S. J. (Pv't) - Neglect of duty - 24 hrs. extra duty & 4th class. In accordance with above punishments, and by orders of Comd'g Officer, Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pvt) were placed in double irons, and McMillen, F. B. (1st. Serg't) in solitary confinement for 3 dys. on bread and water; and Dennis, G. R. (Sea), Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1C), Distil, H., (Pv't), Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) and Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) were made prisoners-at-large to await punishment.

H. Distil (PM) - By order of Comd'g Officer Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C) was released from solitary confinement on bread and water, his punishment having expired. The Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Canty, F. J. (Prv't), Dennis, G. R. (Sea), and Pelletier, W. T,. (Sea) - Improper conduct, stealing ships alcohol, each, 10 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1 Cl.), and Distil, H. (Pv't) - disorderly conduct - each 3 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) - Disorderly conduct - 24 hrs. double & 4th class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) - Disorderly conduct - 3 dys. double irons & 4th class. McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't) - Neglect of duty & diobedience of orders - 3 dys. solitary confinement on bread and water and 4th Class 3 months. Hoke, S. J. (Pv't) - Neglect of duty - 24 hrs. extra duty & 4th class. In accordance with above punishments, and by orders of Comd'g Officer, Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pvt) were placed in double irons, and McMillen, F. B. (1st. Serg't) in solitary confinement for 3 dys. on bread and water; and Dennis, G. R. (Sea), Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1C), Distil, H., (Pv't), Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) and Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) were made prisoners-at-large to await punishment.

John Shipperd (BosM 1c) - By order of Comd'g Officer Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C) was released from solitary confinement on bread and water, his punishment having expired. The Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Canty, F. J. (Prv't), Dennis, G. R. (Sea), and Pelletier, W. T,. (Sea) - Improper conduct, stealing ships alcohol, each, 10 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1 Cl.), and Distil, H. (Pv't) - disorderly conduct - each 3 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) - Disorderly conduct - 24 hrs. double & 4th class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) - Disorderly conduct - 3 dys. double irons & 4th class. McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't) - Neglect of duty & diobedience of orders - 3 dys. solitary confinement on bread and water and 4th Class 3 months. Hoke, S. J. (Pv't) - Neglect of duty - 24 hrs. extra duty & 4th class. In accordance with above punishments, and by orders of Comd'g Officer, Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pvt) were placed in double irons, and McMillen, F. B. (1st. Serg't) in solitary confinement for 3 dys. on bread and water; and Dennis, G. R. (Sea), Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1C), Distil, H., (Pv't), Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) and Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) were made prisoners-at-large to await punishment.

E. D. Myrick (Ch. GunM 1c) - By order of Comd'g Officer Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C) was released from solitary confinement on bread and water, his punishment having expired. The Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Canty, F. J. (Prv't), Dennis, G. R. (Sea), and Pelletier, W. T,. (Sea) - Improper conduct, stealing ships alcohol, each, 10 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1 Cl.), and Distil, H. (Pv't) - disorderly conduct - each 3 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) - Disorderly conduct - 24 hrs. double & 4th class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) - Disorderly conduct - 3 dys. double irons & 4th class. McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't) - Neglect of duty & diobedience of orders - 3 dys. solitary confinement on bread and water and 4th Class 3 months. Hoke, S. J. (Pv't) - Neglect of duty - 24 hrs. extra duty & 4th class. In accordance with above punishments, and by orders of Comd'g Officer, Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pvt) were placed in double irons, and McMillen, F. B. (1st. Serg't) in solitary confinement for 3 dys. on bread and water; and Dennis, G. R. (Sea), Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1C), Distil, H., (Pv't), Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) and Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) were made prisoners-at-large to await punishment.

R. B. Rogers (OS) - By order of Comd'g Officer Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C) was released from solitary confinement on bread and water, his punishment having expired. The Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Canty, F. J. (Prv't), Dennis, G. R. (Sea), and Pelletier, W. T,. (Sea) - Improper conduct, stealing ships alcohol, each, 10 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1 Cl.), and Distil, H. (Pv't) - disorderly conduct - each 3 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) - Disorderly conduct - 24 hrs. double & 4th class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) - Disorderly conduct - 3 dys. double irons & 4th class. McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't) - Neglect of duty & diobedience of orders - 3 dys. solitary confinement on bread and water and 4th Class 3 months. Hoke, S. J. (Pv't) - Neglect of duty - 24 hrs. extra duty & 4th class. In accordance with above punishments, and by orders of Comd'g Officer, Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pvt) were placed in double irons, and McMillen, F. B. (1st. Serg't) in solitary confinement for 3 dys. on bread and water; and Dennis, G. R. (Sea), Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1C), Distil, H., (Pv't), Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) and Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) were made prisoners-at-large to await punishment.

F. B. McMillan (1st Sgt) - By order of Comd'g Officer Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C) was released from solitary confinement on bread and water, his punishment having expired. The Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Canty, F. J. (Prv't), Dennis, G. R. (Sea), and Pelletier, W. T,. (Sea) - Improper conduct, stealing ships alcohol, each, 10 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1 Cl.), and Distil, H. (Pv't) - disorderly conduct - each 3 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) - Disorderly conduct - 24 hrs. double & 4th class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) - Disorderly conduct - 3 dys. double irons & 4th class. McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't) - Neglect of duty & diobedience of orders - 3 dys. solitary confinement on bread and water and 4th Class 3 months. Hoke, S. J. (Pv't) - Neglect of duty - 24 hrs. extra duty & 4th class. In accordance with above punishments, and by orders of Comd'g Officer, Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pvt) were placed in double irons, and McMillen, F. B. (1st. Serg't) in solitary confinement for 3 dys. on bread and water; and Dennis, G. R. (Sea), Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1C), Distil, H., (Pv't), Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) and Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) were made prisoners-at-large to await punishment.

S. J. Hoke (PM) - By order of Comd'g Officer Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C) was released from solitary confinement on bread and water, his punishment having expired. The Comd'g Officer awarded the following punishments: Canty, F. J. (Prv't), Dennis, G. R. (Sea), and Pelletier, W. T,. (Sea) - Improper conduct, stealing ships alcohol, each, 10 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1 Cl.), and Distil, H. (Pv't) - disorderly conduct - each 3 dys. double irons & 4th class 3 months. Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) - Disorderly conduct - 24 hrs. double & 4th class. Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) - Disorderly conduct - 3 dys. double irons & 4th class. McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't) - Neglect of duty & diobedience of orders - 3 dys. solitary confinement on bread and water and 4th Class 3 months. Hoke, S. J. (Pv't) - Neglect of duty - 24 hrs. extra duty & 4th class. In accordance with above punishments, and by orders of Comd'g Officer, Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pvt) were placed in double irons, and McMillen, F. B. (1st. Serg't) in solitary confinement for 3 dys. on bread and water; and Dennis, G. R. (Sea), Shipperd, J. (B. M. 1C), Distil, H., (Pv't), Rogers, R. B. (O'Sea) and Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1 Cl) were made prisoners-at-large to await punishment.

Exchanged following signals:- At 8.25, F. to C. W.W. " Send working party of 30 min to Nero to shift coal with an officer after breakfast. Take shackles."

USS New York - Visiting parties on board from U.S.F.S. New York, U.S.S. Bennington and U.S.S. Boston. At 1:30, swimming party and visiting party to U.S.F.S. New York left ship.

USS Bennington - Visiting parties on board from U.S.F.S. New York, U.S.S. Bennington and U.S.S. Boston. At 1:30, swimming party and visiting party to U.S.F.S. New York left ship.

USS Boston - Visiting parties on board from U.S.F.S. New York, U.S.S. Bennington and U.S.S. Boston. At 1:30, swimming party and visiting party to U.S.F.S. New York left ship.

The Comd'g Officer paid an official visit to the Comd'g. Officer of the U.S.S. Bennington. Visiting and swimming parties returned at 5:00. Sent visiting parties to U.S.S. Boston and U.S.S. Bennington.

Rec'd following signal: At 8:45 F. to C. Ard. "Send same number of men to Nero to ~ coal, to be on board at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow."


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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18 January 1904

USS Wyoming - At 7:30, sighted U.S.S. Wyoming standing into harbor from Eastward.

Ensign C. W. Forman - At 8:15 sent working party in charge of Ensign C. W. Forman to U.S. Collier "Nero." At 8:50, U.S.S. Wyoming anchored in harbor.

11:30, F. to Sq'd. W. W. "When boats under oars are used when the sun is up awnings must always be used to protect the crew."

Robert Terrence Harron (MAA 3c) - Divisions were mached aft and the proceedings and sentence of S.C.M. in case of Robert Terrence Harron, M. A. A. 3cl., were published. Specification: " Absenting himself from ship without authority " Spec. "Proved". Sentence as mitigated by the Commander-in-chief " Solitary confinement in d. i. on b. & w. for 10 days, full ration every third day & to lose 2 months pay amounting to $60.00. By order of the C.O. he was made a prisoner-at-large to await execution of sentence.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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19 January 1904

G. R. Dennis (Sea) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

C. J. Stewart (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

F. Hrdlicka (Sea) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

W. Eddy (PM) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

B. A. Peters (Lds) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

A. W. Hone (Lds) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

W. S. Cherry (CP) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

J. Franklin (CP) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

F. M. Widgeon (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

C. Schanel (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

R. W. Alter (Lds) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

A. J. Porter (Sea) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

C. D. Gass (GunM 3c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

A. H. Petersen (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

J. D. Flemming (Sea) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Dennis, G. R. (Sea). - Profanity; 24 hours double irons. Dennis, G. R. (Sea.), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea) and Stewart, C. J. (A 2C) - Not mustering with coaling party when word was passed - each 24 hours double irons. Eddy, W. (Pv't) Unsoldierly conduct on post - 4 hours extra duty. Eddy, W. (Pv't), Not manning boat falls - 2 hours extra duty. Peters, B. A. (Lds) leaving ship without a relief - 3 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds), Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Hone, A.W. (Lds.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Cherry, W. S. (CP) out of uniform on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (C. P.) Smoking on berth deck - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M.(A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A. 3C) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preserving order in boat - 6 hours extra duty aan 2d conduct class. Widgeon F. M. (A 2C) Smoking out of hours - 2 hours extra duty. Schanel, C. (A 2C) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hrs. extra duty. Schanel, C. (A. 2. C.) Disrespect to Chief Bo's Mate and not preservicng orderin boat - 6 hrs. extra duty and 2nd conduct class. Lally, E. (O'S.) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Alter, R. W. (Lds) Soldiering on oar in boat - 4 hours extra duty. Porter, A. J. (Sea.) and Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3C) - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Petersen, A. H. (A 2C) loafing under forecastle while on watch - 2 hours extra duty. Flemming, J. D. (Sea.) clothes in lucky bag, 2 hours extra duty. By order of the Captain, F. Hrdlicka, (Sea) and C. J. Stewart, (A 2C) were placed in double irons for 24 hours.

Lieut. C. J. Snow - A board of survey, Lieut. C. F. Snow, senior member, met for the survey of certain articles in Dept. of S. E. A board of survey Lieut. R. G. Slocum met for the Survey of certain articles in Dept. of Equipment. The Captain of the U.S.F.S. New York made an official visit on the Commanding Officer. The Captain made an official call on the Commander-in-Chief.

Lieut. G. R. Slocum - A board of survey, Lieut. C. F. Snow, senior member, met for the survey of certain articles in Dept. of S. E. A board of survey Lieut. R. G. Slocum met for the Survey of certain articles in Dept. of Equipment. The Captain of the U.S.F.S. New York made an official visit on the Commanding Officer. The Captain made an official call on the Commander-in-Chief.

USS Petrel - At 9:45, the U.S.S. Petrel shifted anchorage, one hundred yards closer this ship as previous bearing.

Signals during watch as follows:- 10:00 F. to Sq'd. W.W. "Report in writing actual vacancies in complement at noon today. No. of men aboard who have expired time of enlistment, and No of men whose will expire before February first with places of enlistment."

Lieut. W. G. Miller - A board of suvery Lieut W. G. Miller, met for the survey of certain articles in Dept. of Equipment. Lost overboard in use by E. Myers, Shw'gt., an 8" screw-driver belonging to Dept. of C. & R. The Captain of the U.S.T.B. Preble made an official call on the Commanding officer.

E. Myers (Shipwright) - A board of suvery Lieut W. G. Miller, met for the survey of certain articles in Dept. of Equipment. Lost overboard in use by E. Myers, Shw'gt., an 8" screw-driver belonging to Dept. of C. & R. The Captain of the U.S.T.B. Preble made an official call on the Commanding officer.

Making preparations for getting underway.

Pacific Mail SS San Jose - At 4:05 the Pacific Mail Steamer San Jose came out of La Boca and left port.

Pacific Mail SS Barracouta - The Pacific Mail Steamer Barracouta entered harbor and at 10.20, anchored near San Jose Rock.



LOG BOOK – JANUARY 20th 1904 TO AUGUST 25th 1904


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at anchor off panama underway and at anchor in chame bay panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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20 January 1904

at 820 hauled in pl reading 142 and steered various courses comdg officer at the conn until 835 when anchored with stbd anchor in 10 12 fathoms of water with 15 fathoms of chain bearings of anchorage valladotis rock n 72oe psc estiva id s 39o e psc nulones id n 27 o e psc

Lat 57.1, Long -170.3

USS Wyoming - At 5:45 called "all hands up anchor" and at 5:51 got underway, steering various courses, accompanied by the U.S.S. Wyoming, the Captain at the conn.

At 6:30, hoisted guide flag, at 7:15, senior officer's pennant.

At 8:50 Wyoming anchored alongside target raft.

F. B. McMillan (1st Sgt) - By order of the Comd'g Officer the following men were released from confinement, their punishment having expired: McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea), Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pv't)

G. R. Dennis (Sea) - By order of Comd'g Officer, in accordace with punishments awarded by him, Dennis, G. R. (Sea), was confined for 24 hrs., double irons for profanity - Rogers, R. B. (O'S), 24 hrs. double irons for disorderly conduct. Distil, H. (Pv't), 3 dys. double irons for disorderly conduct. In accordance with mitigated sentence of S.C.M. Harron R. T. (M. A. 3C) was placed in solitary confinement, double irons, for 10 dys. on bread and water, with full ration every 3rd day.

F. J. Canty (PM) - By order of the Comd'g Officer the following men were released from confinement, their punishment having expired: McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea), Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pv't)

C. J. Stewart (App 2c) - By order of the Comd'g Officer the following men were released from confinement, their punishment having expired: McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea), Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pv't)

W. T. Pelletier (Sea) - By order of the Comd'g Officer the following men were released from confinement, their punishment having expired: McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea), Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pv't)

F. Hrdlicka (Sea) - By order of the Comd'g Officer the following men were released from confinement, their punishment having expired: McMillan, F. B. (1st Serg't), Hrdlicka, F. (Sea), Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Pelletier, W. T. (Sea) and Canty, F. J. (Pv't)

R. B. Rogers (OS) - By order of Comd'g Officer, in accordace with punishments awarded by him, Dennis, G. R. (Sea), was confined for 24 hrs., double irons for profanity - Rogers, R. B. (O'S), 24 hrs. double irons for disorderly conduct. Distil, H. (Pv't), 3 dys. double irons for disorderly conduct. In accordance with mitigated sentence of S.C.M. Harron R. T. (M. A. 3C) was placed in solitary confinement, double irons, for 10 dys. on bread and water, with full ration every 3rd day.

H. Distil (PM) - By order of Comd'g Officer, in accordace with punishments awarded by him, Dennis, G. R. (Sea), was confined for 24 hrs., double irons for profanity - Rogers, R. B. (O'S), 24 hrs. double irons for disorderly conduct. Distil, H. (Pv't), 3 dys. double irons for disorderly conduct. In accordance with mitigated sentence of S.C.M. Harron R. T. (M. A. 3C) was placed in solitary confinement, double irons, for 10 dys. on bread and water, with full ration every 3rd day.

Robert Terrence Harron (MAA 3c) - By order of Comd'g Officer, in accordace with punishments awarded by him, Dennis, G. R. (Sea), was confined for 24 hrs., double irons for profanity - Rogers, R. B. (O'S), 24 hrs. double irons for disorderly conduct. Distil, H. (Pv't), 3 dys. double irons for disorderly conduct. In accordance with mitigated sentence of S.C.M. Harron R. T. (M. A. 3C) was placed in solitary confinement, double irons, for 10 dys. on bread and water, with full ration every 3rd day.

At 2:30, "Cleared ship for action". Time 58 min. At 1.55, C. to Y. W.W. "Will target and buoys be ready to begin practice at 6 a.m. tomorrow. If not, report time you estimate we can begin practice." At 2.05, Y. to C. W.W. "Expect to have target and buoys in place before dark tonight.

At 4.40, called "all hands up anchor" and got underway, steering various courses, Comd'g Officer at the conn. Stood over target course, 1600 yds range in 4 m-46s. At 5.50, anchored with port anchor, off stbd quarter of "Wyoming", in 10 1/2 fathoms of water, with 30 fathoms of chain. The Com'dg Officer of the "Wyoming" paid an official visit to the Comd'g Officer. Sent 750 lbs. & 450 lbs kedges to "Wyoming".


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at anchor in chami bay panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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21 January 1904

At 10:00 called all hands and hove up stb'd anchor. At 10.16, anchor away. At 11.52 anchored with stb'd anchor in 7 fathoms of water and veered to 15 fathoms on stb'd chain.

At 3:10 got underway and steered to one of the 1600 yd range buoys. At 3.19 anchored in 9 fathoms of water and veered to 30 fathom on stbd chain at1600 yd. buoy from great gun target, bearings as follows:- Valladolid R N 66o E. Estiva Id. S 38 1/2E.

Exchanged the following signals 2.15 C to Y WW. "When you are ready move at discretion and anchor 300 yds west of C." 2:25 Y to C. W.W. "We will not be ready to fire at target until tomorrow morning" 2:30 C to Y. W.W. "What is the matter" 2:35 C to Y. W.W. "What is the correct height of your truck from the water". 2:40 Y to C. W.W. "Getting target located accurately. 2:45 Y to C. W.W. "Seventy one ft. 4 inches".

E. D. Myrick (Ch. GunM 1c) - Fired three range shots from No-3-6" scoring two hits. For good marksmanship the punishment of Myrick ~ G. C. 1C) three days confinement in double irons was remtted by the C.O.

Wyoming got underway from target and anchored to the westward at 5:00. Exchanged the following signals: 4:07 Y to C. WW "The target is all right." 5.05 Y to C "Have to move sixteen hundred yd. middle buoy in a little." 5:10 B to Y. W.W. "all right" 6.05 Y to C. W.W. "Are we going inside tongight*" 6.20 W to C. S. L "When will you probably finish coaling"? 6:30 C to Y. S. L. "Probably Sat. Night." * 6.15, C. to Y. W. W. "No. Ships will not move tonight."

Exchanged the following signals 8:30 Y to C. Ard. "Requested from F. The Petrel will arrive at Chame tomorrow A.M. with orders to transfer men whose time has expired or which will expire before Feb 1st. Those who live east of Ogden will be transferred tomorrow to Mayflower via Petrel. Arrange transfers so as not to interfere with practice."


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underway in shame bay

Lat 43.7, Long 112.2


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22 January 1904

6:20 got underway and steamed to great-gun target and anchored while the position of range buoys was verified.

USS Wyoming - At 7.19 got underway preparatory to target practice. 8.00 Upired from Wyoming came on board. 8:00 The C. O. of Petrel visited the ship. Exchanged the following signals. At 5:50 Exchanged the call letters with Petrel.

USS Petrel - At 7.19 got underway preparatory to target practice. 8.00 Upired from Wyoming came on board. 8:00 The C. O. of Petrel visited the ship. Exchanged the following signals. At 5:50 Exchanged the call letters with Petrel.

C. Anderson (BosM 1c) - 1.20 P to C "By order of the C in C transfer all men whose time has expired or will expire by Feb. 1st - and live East of Ogden, Utah to Mayflower via Petrel." 7.00 C. to Petrel W.W. "Anchor to westward of Y".P to C. W.W. "Will do" 7.00 C to Y & P. Gen 7.35. 7.50 Y to C. "Orders are that only men living east of Ogden to be transferred . Others go by Nero next week, and further instructions will be given regarding them. Shall I send both of your men or only one. Sig. Cottman". At 7.50 C to P. W.W. "Send gig for Commanding officer". 7.55 C to Y. "Send both of our men." Transferred to the U.S.S. Petrel Anderson C. (C. B. M.) and Stoll (Ch Mach.) the former for transfer to USS Independence and the latter to U.S.S. Mayflower, both of their enlistments having expired.

C. W. Stoll (Ch. Mach) - 1.20 P to C "By order of the C in C transfer all men whose time has expired or will expire by Feb. 1st - and live East of Ogden, Utah to Mayflower via Petrel." 7.00 C. to Petrel W.W. "Anchor to westward of Y".P to C. W.W. "Will do" 7.00 C to Y & P. Gen 7.35. 7.50 Y to C. "Orders are that only men living east of Ogden to be transferred . Others go by Nero next week, and further instructions will be given regarding them. Shall I send both of your men or only one. Sig. Cottman". At 7.50 C to P. W.W. "Send gig for Commanding officer". 7.55 C to Y. "Send both of our men." Transferred to the U.S.S. Petrel Anderson C. (C. B. M.) and Stoll (Ch Mach.) the former for transfer to USS Independence and the latter to U.S.S. Mayflower, both of their enlistments having expired.

At 8:10 called all hands up anchor and at 8:15 got underway. Steering various courses, the Captain at the conn. At 8:25 went to general quarters. At 8.43 began primary target practice with main battery guns. At 9.40 the U.S.S. Petrel got underway and left for Panama.

Steering various courses, the Captain at the conn, engaged in target practice with main battery till 3.27, when finished, thereafter laying to making preparations for target practice with secondary battery. Signals during watch as follows: 2:20, Y. to C. W. W. "Gasoline launch is ready to go back to Panama, shall I make her wait for your mail?" 2. 25 C. to Y. W.W. "No;" 4:00 C. to Y. W. W. " Move down off Chame Pt. at your convenience".

Steering various courses, the Captain at the conn till 6.25 when came to anchor in 10 1/4 fathoms of water, with starboard anchor, and veered chain to 30 fathoms.

Engaged in target practice with secondary battery from 4.29 to 5.58.

Expended in Dept of Ordnance the following ammunition:- 60 rounds 6' common shell, loaded and fused, 60 charges 6" smokeless powder, 68 combination primers, 900 rounds ball cartridges 30 cal.


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at anchor underway for target practice in chame bay and enroute and at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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23 January 1904

panama roads

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5

At 7.48, called all hands up anchor and at 7.55 got underway, thereafter steering various courses the Captain at the conn, standing to target range. At 7:55, target practice umpires and fleet gunnery officer reported on board. At 7:55 sent steamer and repair boat to target.

Steering various courses until 8.45, when anchored on secondary battery target ranges and fired 3 trial shots for each calibre of the secondary battery. At 9.32, called " all hands up anchor", and got underway steering various courses, Comd'g Officer at the conn, and engaged in target practice, secondary battery, until 12.00.

Omitted filed day acct of target practice.

During watch, steering various courses Comd'g Officer at the conn. Continued target practice, secondary battery, at 1.00, and finished at 3.35. Then stood in to anchorage. At 4.00, anchored in 4 3/4 fathoms of water, with stb'd anchor & 20 fathoms of chain.

Midshipman Robinson USN - At 5.10, called "all hands up anchor," and got underway, standing various courses, Comd'g Officer at the conn, until 5.25, when set course N.E. 1/2E. (psc), and put over p.l. reading 14.2, At 5.36, changed to N.N.E.3/4E. (psc) p.l. reading 17.3. Board of umpires for target practice left ship at 4.30, with exception of Midshipman Robinson, U.S.N. & Fleet Gunnery Officer Symington, U.S.N. who took passage on this ship for Panama.

Fleet Gunnery Officer Symington USN - At 5.10, called "all hands up anchor," and got underway, standing various courses, Comd'g Officer at the conn, until 5.25, when set course N.E. 1/2E. (psc), and put over p.l. reading 14.2, At 5.36, changed to N.N.E.3/4E. (psc) p.l. reading 17.3. Board of umpires for target practice left ship at 4.30, with exception of Midshipman Robinson, U.S.N. & Fleet Gunnery Officer Symington, U.S.N. who took passage on this ship for Panama.

At 7.46 anchored in 9 fathoms of water with stbd anchor and veered to 22 fathoms on stbd chain.

8.00 C. O. left the ship to visit flagship. Expended at target practice 100 rds. ball cartridges .30 cal., 35 rds. 3 pdr. A.P. shell, 43 rounds 6 pdr. A. P. Shell. 75 rds. 1 pds. A. P. Shell.

8:25, F. to C. Ard. "C has two free cable messages this week," At 8.45, C.O. returned on board.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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24 January 1904

John Shipperd (BosM 1c) - By order of the Captain, the term of confinement of J. Shipperd, B.M. 1Cl., was remitted for good target practice.

em. " Coal lighter anchored near Paul Jones contains about 45 tons of Pocahontas coal. Tomorrow morning tow it alongside C. and empty it. Report when finished amount you find. Another steam launch will be sent you if necessary"; 6.02 F. to C. Sem. "Can you take two hundred gallons marine oil." 7:10. C. to F. torch W.W. "Can take two hundred gallons marine oil."

USS Bennington - At 5:15, the U.S.S. Bennington got underway and left port.


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at anchor underway alongside collier nero off panama

Lat 41.1, Long 37.3


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25 January 1904

Made preparations for coaling.

At 7:45 called " all hands up anchor" and at 7.54 got underway, the Captain at the conn, and stood towards Collier "Nero".

8.00 C. to F. W.W. "Please send additional steamer alongside coal lighter at 9.00."

Standing towards "Nero" Comd'g Officer at the conn, until 8:38, when made fast to Nero, port side, bow to stern, in 6 fathoms of water, and secured engines and banked fires.

coal: 39 tons - At 9:30, rec'd. 46 ton lighter on stbd side. Coaling ship from 10.10 to 11.50. Rec'd on board during watch 39 tons.

Exchanged following signals:- 9.35 F. to C. W.W. "Send Paymaster aboard F. in guard-boat and tell Master of Nero to come at same time. Let guard boat come direct to F." 9.40 F. to C. W.W. " Send to Nero for oil." At 10.00 C. to F. Num 0 (absentees), Num 3 (Sick). At 10.10 F. to C. W.W. " Lieut. Scales and Ensign Dodd will report on board F. Tuesday afternoon before she leaves for duty as umpires. Will be absent till Saturday night or Sunday."

coal: 61 tons - Coaling ship from 1.00 to 4.00. Rec'd during watch 61 tons.

USS Paul Jones - At 1.30, "Paul Jones" got underway. At 3.45, "Paul Jones" anchored again in previous berth.

C. Anderson (BosM 1c) - Rec'd on board from U.S.S. Petrel, Anderson, C. (C. B. M.), with bag, hammock, and necessary transfer papers, except pay accounts.

Exchanged following signals:- At 12.45, C. to F. W.W. " Is Boatswain's Mate Anderson to be sent back to C. from Petrel?"

Lighter broke on of the steps of the stbd sea ladder, due to rolling. Two wooden fenders smashed & destroyed between port lighters and ship.

36 tons - Coaling until 5.50. Rec'd on board during watch 36 tons.

Lighter was towed away by steamer at 5.30 and anchored. Exercised search lights 7.45 to 8.00. At 7.50 tug Bolivar brought alongside lighter with stores.

Steamer took lighter in tow and anchored it off stbd beam.


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alongsize collier nero underway and at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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26 January 1904

Hoisted and hauled down man-of-war lights following motions of F.

P.M. SS Acapulco -

P.M. SS City of Panama - P.M. steamer "Panama," came out from La Boca, and anchored off Naos I'd. at 6.45. At 7.00, sighted P.M. steamer "Acapulco", to the southward. "Acapulco," came in and went alongside wharf at La Boca.

coal: 153 tons - Coaling ship from 6.20 to 7.20. Rec'd on board during watch 17 tons, making a total of 153 tons on board.

J. J. Ross (Cop Smith) - J. J. Ross (Coppen Smith) was given an acting appointment as Ch. Machinist from Jan. 25-1904.

coal: 77 tons - Engaged in coaling ship. Took on board 77 tons.

8:50 the C.O. left the ship and visited the flagship returning at 10.00. Exchanged the following signals: 8:25 F. to M. B. & C. Captains of M. B. & C. repair on board at 9 a.m.

Engaged in coaling shp until 3.00, when unmoored from Nero on account of heavy swell and anchored near her in 4 fathoms of water and veered to 15 fathoms on stb'd chain. At 2.40 F. & E. got underway.

Lt. A. H. Scales USN - Exchanged the following signals: At 2.20 F. to C. " When will Mr. Scales & Dodd come on board: F. leaves at 2.30?" At 2.25, Lieut Scales & Ensign Dodd left the ship and reported on board F. to act as umpires during target practice.

Ensign Edwin H. Dodd USN - Exchanged the following signals: At 2.20 F. to C. " When will Mr. Scales & Dodd come on board: F. leaves at 2.30?" At 2.25, Lieut Scales & Ensign Dodd left the ship and reported on board F. to act as umpires during target practice.

At 2:10 F. to Sq'd. W.W. " The mail is late and will probably not be ready ashore before 4.30, or 5.00. F. will leave at 2.30 accompanied by E. P. will send her launch to F. at 1.30, will take mail orderlies ashore and wait for them and mail, transferring mail as directed, and taking mail belonging to M. B. & C. to them. J. will leave with mail for F. Y & N. as soon as possible for Chame Bay. E. will leave Chame Bay tomorrow a.m. for Darien Harbor". 3.30 C. to M. W.W. " Have not finished coaling. Will go alongside Nero again tomorrow a.m."

259 tons - Took on board 29 tons of coal making a total of 259 tons.

Two floats belonging to the Panama Rail Road Co. in use between the Collier Nero and Concord were seriously injured during the coaling, by being crushed between the ships. Injury due to the heavy swell.

4.10, C. to J. " Concord had to leave Nero on account of heavy swell." 4.20, B. to C. W.W. " We can not get stores from Nero without presence of N.Y. What shall we do?" 4.25 C. to B. W.W. " Pay Officer of Concord has temporary custody of stores on Nero."

USS Paul Jones - At 5:50 Paul Jones left the harbor. At 6.55 Steamer "City of Panama", left the harbor.

Lost overboard one bullet catcher from No. 2-6" gun.

coal: 259 tons -


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at anchor underway and at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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27 January 1904

USS Paul Jones - At 8:00 sighted the "Paul Jones" coming in from Chame. At 8.25 she anchored at entrance to inner hrbor, at 9.55 she got underway and left port.

At 4:45 sighted "Paul Jones" coming fro Chame. At 5.10, she anchored near entrance to inner harbor, at 6.15 she got underway and left port. Making preparations for getting underway.

Made preparations for getting underway. At 8.50 call "all hands" up anchor and at 8.57 got underway, steering various courses the Captain at the conn, till 9.18 when came to anchor with starboard anchor in 7 1/2 fathoms of water and veered chain to 30 fathoms. Bearings from anchorage as follows: San Jose Rock S 6oW. ( psc), Right tangent Perico I'd S. 80oW.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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28 January 1904

USS Paul Jones - At 7:40 sighted the "Paul Jones" coming in from Chame Bay. At 7.50 the "Marblehead" got underway.

USS Marblehead - At 7:40 sighted the "Paul Jones" coming in from Chame Bay. At 7.50 the "Marblehead" got underway.

S. H. Peters (Yeo 2cl) - S. H. Peters, (Yeo 2 cl) & D. Carrol (M. AA 2cl) received permanent appointments from Oct. 10, 1903, and Dec. 18, 1903.

D. Carroll (MAA 2c) - S. H. Peters, (Yeo 2 cl) & D. Carrol (M. AA 2cl) received permanent appointments from Oct. 10, 1903, and Dec. 18, 1903.

At 8.15 Paul Jones came in and anchored.

2.45 P. to C. " Shall send boat to vessel of squadron at 3.30 P.M. and then conect with destroyer at Panama instead of making 2 p.m. trip."

6.30 M. to C. Ard. " To Capt. Perkins. Please send yeoman with keys to storeroom on Nero to issue stores to M." 6.40 P.to C. Ard. " No mail rec'd by guard boat from destroyer."

8.20 F. to C. S. L. " Boston will come down to Chame tomorrow forenoon. Send Mr. Sweet on destroyer or Boston tomorrow forenoon with his plans." 8:50 repeated above signal to B. 9.05 F. to C. S. L. " M. will come down as soon as coaled." Repeated above signal to M.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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29 January 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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30 January 1904

USS Paul Jones - At 7:40 sighted the "Paul Jones coming in from direction of Chame Bay. Hauled down guard flag at 8:00.

Sent working party to Nero to shift coal. Paul Jones came in and anchored at 8:20, left at 10:25.

Robert Terrence Harron (MAA 3c) - Released from confinement W. T. Harron (M. A. A. 3cl) his term of confinement having expired, and confined W. T. Pelletier (Sea) - (15 days solitary confinement in d.i. on b. & w. with full ration every third day) Sentence of S.C.M.

W. T. Pelletier (Sea) - Released from confinement W. T. Harron (M. A. A. 3cl) his term of confinement having expired, and confined W. T. Pelletier (Sea) - (15 days solitary confinement in d.i. on b. & w. with full ration every third day) Sentence of S.C.M.

At 3:55, Exchanged call letters with F. At 3.50 Paul Jones came in and anchored.

C. A. McCracken (CP) - C. A. McCracken (C.P.) left the steam launch without permission while in at Panama and failed to return with it. About two hours later at 6 p.m. he returned on board having come off in the Petrel's launch.

USS Wyoming - At 4.40 F. anchored bearing E.S.E. At 5.20 Y. anchored bearing W. by S. At 4.45 C. O. left the ship and visited the flagship. 5.20 F. to C. Sem. " Send boat for umpires." 6.55 F. to C. Ard. W.W " Submit in writing the names of men whose enlistment expires during Feb. with places of enlistment. Those living West of Ogden will be transferred to the Independence and will be sent North in Nero next Tuesday.


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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31 January 1904



LOGS FOR FEBRUARY 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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1 February 1904


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at anchor off panama underway anchored off charme

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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2 February 1904

chame point

Lat 57.1, Long -170.3

SS Tucapel - The Chilean steamer Tucapel came into port and anchored off Dead Man's Island at 4.45.

K. R. Lee (Mach 2c) - Lee, D. D. (Mach. 2 Cl), left steam launch while in at Panama without permission.

Exchanged the following signals. 9.45. F. to C. W.W. Admiral wishes to see Comdr Perkins & Lieut. Comd'r Hughes at 10:00 o'clock". 9.50, F. to C. W.W. " Send your steam launch to F. at 10.45, for duty."

Lieut. Comdr. R. M. Hughes USN - At 9.20 C. O. & Lieut. Comd'r Hughes left the ship and visited flagship. Released from confinement Dennis, G. R. (Sea), his term of confinement having expired.

G. R. Dennis (Sea) - At 9.20 C. O. & Lieut. Comd'r Hughes left the ship and visited flagship. Released from confinement Dennis, G. R. (Sea), his term of confinement having expired.

Made preparations for sea. At 3.05 called "all hands" and hove up st'bd anchor. Underway at 3.31. Stood out of harbor steering various courses, C.O. conning.

C. A. Anderson (Ch BosM) - Transferred to U.S.R.S. Independence, C. A. Anderson, Ch. B. M. & B. C. Richtois, Cox. Delivered to Lawrence, E. (Stw'd), West Indian Campaign Medal for services in wars with Spain.

E. Lawrence (StewCb) - Transferred to U.S.R.S. Independence, C. A. Anderson, Ch. B. M. & B. C. Richtois, Cox. Delivered to Lawrence, E. (Stw'd), West Indian Campaign Medal for services in wars with Spain.

B. C. Richtois (Cox) - Transferred to U.S.R.S. Independence, C. A. Anderson, Ch. B. M. & B. C. Richtois, Cox. Delivered to Lawrence, E. (Stw'd), West Indian Campaign Medal for services in wars with Spain.

Lieut. Symington USN - Exchanged the following signals: 12.50 F. to C. " Send men going North as soon after one as practical." 12.55 F. to Sq'd. Gen 513.-816. 2.30 F. to C. W.W. " Lieutenants Symington & Sweet are to go down with you to the Boston."

Lieut. Sweet USN - Exchanged the following signals: 12.50 F. to C. " Send men going North as soon after one as practical." 12.55 F. to Sq'd. Gen 513.-816. 2.30 F. to C. W.W. " Lieutenants Symington & Sweet are to go down with you to the Boston."

Steering various courses the Captain at the conn till 4.05 when took departure from San Jose Rock, bearing W. by S. distant 1/2 mile, Set course S. 35oW (psc) and put over p.l. reading 35.2. At 5.25, changed course to S.W. p.l. reading 46.7. At 5.45 changed course to West (psc) p.l. reading 48.8. From 5.53 steering various courses, the Captain at the conn, standing in to anchorage off Chame Point.

US Collier Nero - At 4:10 the U.S. Collier "Nero" got underway and left Panama. At 4.45, sighted the U.S.S. Marblehead and the U.S.S. Boston off Chame Point, the former at anchor and the latter underway, engaged in target practice. At 5.58 the U.S.S. Boston anchored off Chame Point .

USS Marblehead - At 4:10 the U.S. Collier "Nero" got underway and left Panama. At 4.45, sighted the U.S.S. Marblehead and the U.S.S. Boston off Chame Point, the former at anchor and the latter underway, engaged in target practice. At 5.58 the U.S.S. Boston anchored off Chame Point .

USS Boston - At 4:10 the U.S. Collier "Nero" got underway and left Panama. At 4.45, sighted the U.S.S. Marblehead and the U.S.S. Boston off Chame Point, the former at anchor and the latter underway, engaged in target practice. At 5.58 the U.S.S. Boston anchored off Chame Point .

Transferred wireless telegraphy outfit to U.S. S. Boston. Lieut Syminton and Lieut. Sweet left this ship for the U.S.S. Boston.


Sent following signal. At 8.45 C. to M. Ard. "Please send steamer at once". At 9.00 C. to M. & B. Ard. "Goodby". At 8.40 called "all hands" aup anchor" and got underway, Comd'g Officer at the conn.


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at sea enroute to darien harbor and at anchor therein

Lat 12.8, Long 45.0


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3 February 1904


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at anchor in darien harbor

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7


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4 February 1904

At 2:45 found that the ship was dragging her anchor. Let go port anchor and veered to 30 fathoms on port chain.

SS Cana - At 8:50 the British steamer "Cana" came up the river and anchored abreast of Las Palmas.

Lieut. Comdr. R. M. Hughes USN - At 12:15 Lt. Comd'r. R. J. Hughes, left the ship on duty with dinghy and Marblehead's steamer. At 2.21 the British steamer "Cana" got underway and stood up stream.

A. S. Moore (OS) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

F. M. Drapeau (Sea) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

J. D. Flemming (Sea) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

E. L. Jones (OS) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

A. J. Porter (Sea) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

B. McGraw (OS) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

C. Brown (OS) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

E. Lally (OS) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

C. J. Smith (OS) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

S. W. Rhodes (Lds) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

C. H. Miller (Lds) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

Jack Quigley (Lds) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

P. J. Stewart (App 2c) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

J. Grogan (Sea) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

A. H. Petersen (App 2c) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

D. E. Cole (Sea) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

J. F. Quann (OS) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

C. O. Rundle (App 2c) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.

E. E. York (App 2c) - The following named men were this day given acting appointments dating from Jan. 1st 1904, as follows: Moore,A. S. Sea. to Cosxwain, Flemming, J. D. (Sea) to Coxswain. Drapeau, F. M. (Sea) to Coxswain. Porter, A. J. (Sea) to G. M. 3Cl. The following men were given ratings as follows to date from Jan. 1st 1904: Jones, E. L. O'S. to Sea., Brown, C. O'S. to Sea., Smith, C. O'S. to Sea., Lally, E. (O'S.) to Sea., Smith, C. J. (O'S). to Sea., McGraw, B. O'S. to Sea., Quigley, J. Lds. to O'S., Rhodes S. W. (Lds) to O'S.) Miller, P. H. Lds. to O'S. The following were detailed as Gun Captains to date from Jan 1st 1904: Stewart, C. J. (A 2C), Grogan, J. (Sea), Petersen, A. H. (A 2C), Smith, C. (Sea), Cole, D. E. (Sea) and Quann, J. F. (O'S). Rundle, C. O. (A 2C) was appointed Signalman 3rd class, and York, E. E. (A 2C) was appointed SIgnalman 2nd Class to date from Jan. 6, 1904.


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in darien harbor panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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5 February 1904

Schooner Galileo - At 11:00 schooner Galileo came down the river into port and anchored.

Lieut. Comdr. R. M. Hughes USN - At 3:45, Lt. Comd'r Hughes returned with dinghy and "Marblehead's" steamer. Sent boarding officer to schooner "Galileo."

Schooner La Libertad - At 7:20 schooner La Libertad came up the river into port and anchored. Sent boarding officer to board her.


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in darien harbor panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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6 February 1904

C. D. Gass (GunM 3c) - Gass, C. D. (G. M. 3cl., lost overboard one sheep-skin from 6" B.L.R. gun.

USS Preble - At 3.45 Destroyer "Preble" came in and anchored. At 3.55 C. O. of 'Preble" visited this ship.

Ensign Edwin H. Dodd USN - At 1.30 Ensign G. H. Dodd left in steam launch for Real.

M. Murphy (CP) - Rec'd from the U.S.F.S. New York, via destroyer "Preble" the following named men: Murphy, M (C.P.),Ybarro, S. (Mch 2 cl), Nichols K. (C.P.), McGrath, T. (C.P.), Oakley T. T. (C.P.), Larson, H. (C.P.).

S. Ybarro (Mach 2c) - Rec'd from the U.S.F.S. New York, via destroyer "Preble" the following named men: Murphy, M (C.P.),Ybarro, S. (Mch 2 cl), Nichols K. (C.P.), McGrath, T. (C.P.), Oakley T. T. (C.P.), Larson, H. (C.P.).

K. Nichols (CP) -

T. T. Oakley (CP) - Rec'd from the U.S.F.S. New York, via destroyer "Preble" the following named men: Murphy, M (C.P.),Ybarro, S. (Mch 2 cl), Nichols K. (C.P.), McGrath, T. (C.P.), Oakley T. T. (C.P.), Larson, H. (C.P.).

T. McGrath (CP) - Rec'd from the U.S.F.S. New York, via destroyer "Preble" the following named men: Murphy, M (C.P.),Ybarro, S. (Mch 2 cl), Nichols K. (C.P.), McGrath, T. (C.P.), Oakley T. T. (C.P.), Larson, H. (C.P.).

H. Larson (CP) - Rec'd from the U.S.F.S. New York, via destroyer "Preble" the following named men: Murphy, M (C.P.),Ybarro, S. (Mch 2 cl), Nichols K. (C.P.), McGrath, T. (C.P.), Oakley T. T. (C.P.), Larson, H. (C.P.).


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darien harbor panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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7 February 1904

Schooner La Libertad - At 12:25 a two masted schooner came down the river and anchored off the village. At 2.45 the schooner La Lbertad got underway and went down the river.

Schooner Viento - Sent boarding officer to the schooner "Viento". At 9:05 the "Preble" got underway and left port.

USS Preble - Sent boarding officer to the schooner "Viento". At 9:05 the "Preble" got underway and left port.

Ensign C. W. Forman - At 1:30 Ensign C. W. Forman left in Marblehead's steam launch for Real.

At 8:45 schooner "Viento" got underway and stood down the river.


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darien harbor panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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8 February 1904

Ensign Edwin H. Dodd USN - The steamer and dinghy in charge of Ensign Dodd, returned from Real.

Ensign C. W. Forman USN - Marblehead's steamer, in charge of Ens. C. W. Forman, returned from Real at 5.00.


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at anchor in darien harbor panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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9 February 1904

Ensign C. W. Forman USN - Steamer in charge of Ens. C. W. Forman left for Real at ~~.

H. Larson (CP) - H. Larson, (C.P.) rate changed to Lds.

At 4.45 Ensign C. W. Forman, returned from El Real.


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darien harbor panama and at sea

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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10 February 1904

at 440 sighted galera id 14 pt on port bow and at 445 pearl islands on stbd

Lat 69.4, Long 45.0

7.52 C. to M. W.W. "We have 65 fathoms of chain out. Half masted colors at 8:00 oclock.

Made preparations for getting underway.

USS Marblehead - The Commanding Officer of the Marblehead, made an official call on the Captain which he returned.

USS Marblehead - Transferred to the U.S.S. Marblehead her steam launch and its crew of five men.

Panamanian gunboat 3d of Novembre - At 12.20, sighted the 3rd of Novembre coming down the Tuyra River and at 11.15 she passed out of harbor. At 12.40, the Panamanian gun-boat "Chucuito" came in and stood up the Tuyra River.

At 1.00 called "all hands up anchor", and at 1.15 got underway. Steering various courses the Captain at the conn standing out of Darien Harbor and San Miguel Bay.

Panamanian gunboat Chucuito - At 12.20, sighted the 3rd of Novembre coming down the Tuyra River and at 11.15 she passed out of harbor. At 12.40, the Panamanian gun-boat "Chucuito" came in and stood up the Tuyra River.


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at sea and at anchor off panama r of p

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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11 February 1904


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at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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12 February 1904

P.M. SS City of Pekin - The Pacific Mail steamer "Cityof Pekin," entered port and at 7.30 anchored off Naos Island. At 7.~~ sighted the "Petrel" standing in from the direction of Chame Bay.

USS Petrel - The Pacific Mail steamer "Cityof Pekin," entered port and at 7.30 anchored off Naos Island. At 7.~~ sighted the "Petrel" standing in from the direction of Chame Bay.

P.M. SS Peru - At 8.40, the U.S.S. Petrel came into the harbor and anchored bearing S.S.E. At 9.15 the P.M. steamer "Peru" left port to the southward.

At 9:30, the Com'dr-in-Chief, accompanied by his flag lieutenant, paid an official vist to this ship, and left at 10.20. At 9.50, the U.S.S. Petrel got underway and at 10.00 anchored off stbd beam.

Exchanged following signals:- At 9.10, F. to C. W.W. " Request permission to fire eight inch sub-calibre at your target. Sg'd Humber". At 9.15 C. to F. W.W. " Yes." At 9.20 F. to C. W.W. " Pay attention to dips from steamers."

G.C.M. met on F. at 12.02 and adjourned at 2.00.

E. D. Myrick (Ch. GunM 1c) - Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C) was diving from 2.30 to 4.00 for barrel of paint lost overboard.

Exchanged following signals. At 5.00 C. to F. W.W. " Please send Howard and Stokes to C. at ten thirty tomorrow for examination, with copies of form Forty-Six, C.S.C. certificate and commendatory letters". At 7.00 F. to Sq'd. Ard. " P. made fifty-six per cent hits with 6 inch guns. The C. in C. congratulates the Petrel on the results, which, for first practise, were excellent."

Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C) continued diving until 5.15.

Recd. following signal. At 9.30, F. to Sqd Ard. " The cable messages this week as follows: Boston three; Petrel two; Wyoming, two; Concord, two."


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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13 February 1904


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at anchor off panama underway and at anchor chame bay panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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14 February 1904


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at anchor underway for target practice and at anchor in chame bay panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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15 February 1904


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at anchor underway for target practicein chame bay and at anchor chame bay panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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16 February 1904

chame point

Lat 57.1, Long -170.3

At 7.30 began firing with secondary battery.

Engaged in record target practice with secondary battery and port main battery.

P.M. SS City of Peking - At 10.10 sighted Pacific Mail steamer City of Peking, standing out of Gulf.

Engaged in record target practice with port main battery and secondary battery till 2.56 when finished practice. Thereafter standing in to anchorage off Chame Point till 3.28 when came to anchor with starboard anchor in 9 3/4 fathoms of water and veered chain to 30 fathoms.

Expended in Ordnance Dept. the following ammunition:- 16-6" common shell, 16 charges 6" S.P. 169; 43 rounds 6 pdr. A.P. Complete; 32 rounds 3 pdr. A. P. Complete; 32 rounds 1 pdr. A. P. light, complete.

USS New York - The Captain made an official call on the Commander-in-Chief. U.S.F.S. New York underway from 4.27 to 5.02, when she came to anchor near target range. At 5.40 the U.S.S. Bennington got underway and stood toward Panama. At 7.10 sighted the "Paul Jones", standing in and at 7.55 she anchored near the "New York".

USS Paul Jones - The Captain made an official call on the Commander-in-Chief. U.S.F.S. New York underway from 4.27 to 5.02, when she came to anchor near target range. At 5.40 the U.S.S. Bennington got underway and stood toward Panama. At 7.10 sighted the "Paul Jones", standing in and at 7.55 she anchored near the "New York".

USS Bennington - The Captain made an official call on the Commander-in-Chief. U.S.F.S. New York underway from 4.27 to 5.02, when she came to anchor near target range. At 5.40 the U.S.S. Bennington got underway and stood toward Panama. At 7.10 sighted the "Paul Jones", standing in and at 7.55 she anchored near the "New York".

Signals during watch as follows:- At 4.00 C. to F. W.W. " Hits per gun per minute: Six inch, fifty eight hundredths, six pdr. five and seventy five hundredths; three pdr. three and thirty three hundredths; one pdr. rev. cannon, one and five tenths; Colt automatic, six and seventy five hundredths".

7.45 F. to C. Ard. " Take hold of old target float and hold on to it astern;" 7.50 F. to C. Ard. " Send umpires aboard at eight-thirty in the morning."


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chame bay panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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17 February 1904

USS Paul Jones - At 5.26, the "Paul Jones" got underway and stood toward Panama.

USS New York - The Flagship New York engaged in verifying ranges and firing trial shots. The "Paul Jones" arrived and anchored to Sd & Ed of this ship at 11.00.

At 11.02, F. to C. W.W. " Please subsist F.'s men for dinner each day. Paymaster will settle later;"

The "Paul Jones" got underway at 3.15, and stood toward Panama.

At 7.40 U.S. torpedo boat came in and anchored bearing S.E.xE.

Turned on searchlights in order to pick up New York boats. Exchanged following signals. At 9.20 C. to F. Ard. " Your boats seem to be drifting badly. Have sent steamer to pick them up." At 9.25, F. to C. Ard. " Send over two large-size target screens with umpires tomorrow".


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chame bay panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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18 February 1904

USS Paul Jones - Torpedo boat Destroyers, Paul Jones and Preble, came in and anchored during watch. Flagship anchored near target at 9.15 A.M. and remained there rest of watch.

USS Preble - Torpedo boat Destroyers, Paul Jones and Preble, came in and anchored during watch. Flagship anchored near target at 9.15 A.M. and remained there rest of watch.

USS New York - Torpedo boat Destroyers, Paul Jones and Preble, came in and anchored during watch. Flagship anchored near target at 9.15 A.M. and remained there rest of watch.

At 6:30 sent steam launch to pick up 2d cutter containing swimming party & tow it back to ship. Steam launch failed to return on account of heavy sea & tide. Exchanged following signals: "6.20 F. to C. W.W. "Send steamer" to pick up boat below point."


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chame bay panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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19 February 1904

At 5.30, steamer and 2d cutter with swimming party returned to ship.

USS New York - At 7.42 F. got underway.

USS Paul Jones - U.S.F.S. New York underway till 8.40, when she anchored on target range. At 10.35 sighted the "Paul Jones," coming from Panama and at 11.30 she anchored off starboard quarter.

9.40 F. to C. W.W. " You must pay more attention to signals";

The "Paul Jones" got underway at 2.54 and stood towards Panama. At 2.30 Flagship got underway and began target practice with 4" battery.

U.S.F.S. New York engaged in great gun target practice till 5.50 and at 6.10, came to anchor. Mustered at quarters at 5.45 At 7.15 sighted the "Paul Jones," coming from Panama and at 7.38 she anchored off starboard beam.

Signals during watch as follows: 8:30 F. to C. Ard. " Do any of your officers want to go to inauguration tomorrow"; 9.10, C. to F. Ard. " Commanding Officer, surgeon and Paymaster wish to go to inauguration tomorrow."


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chame bay panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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20 February 1904


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at anchor chame bay panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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21 February 1904


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chame bay panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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22 February 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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23 February 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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24 February 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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25 February 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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26 February 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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27 February 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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28 February 1904

C. Schanel (App 2c) - The C.O. awaded the following punishments: Schanel, C. (A. 2C) not obeying the orders of the Officer of the deck - 24 hours. double irons. Cole, D. E. (Sea), losing coal bag overboard - 4 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds) losing coal bag overboard - 4 hrs. extra duty. C. Schanel, (A. 2C) was confined in double irons, to be confined 24 hrs. by order of C. O.

D. E. Cole (Sea) - The C.O. awaded the following punishments: Schanel, C. (A. 2C) not obeying the orders of the Officer of the deck - 24 hours. double irons. Cole, D. E. (Sea), losing coal bag overboard - 4 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds) losing coal bag overboard - 4 hrs. extra duty. C. Schanel, (A. 2C) was confined in double irons, to be confined 24 hrs. by order of C. O.

A. W. Hone (Lds) - The C.O. awaded the following punishments: Schanel, C. (A. 2C) not obeying the orders of the Officer of the deck - 24 hours. double irons. Cole, D. E. (Sea), losing coal bag overboard - 4 hours extra duty. Hone, A. W. (Lds) losing coal bag overboard - 4 hrs. extra duty. C. Schanel, (A. 2C) was confined in double irons, to be confined 24 hrs. by order of C. O.

USS Boston - At 6.04 U.S.S. Boston came in and anchored.

At 8.15 C. to E. W.W. " Will C.O. of Preble please send Thomas Evans and T. F. Sullivan, boilermaker, with copies of enlistment records, form 46 and letters of recommendations to Concord tomorrow at 9.30 P.M." 8.20 E. to C. Ard. "Yes."


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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29 February 1904



LOGS FOR MARCH 1904


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at anchor off panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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1 March 1904


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at anchor off panama underway and enroute to callao peru

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


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2 March 1904


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at sea enroute to callao peru

Lat 5.62, Long -79.78


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3 March 1904

Steaming in column, natural order, ship gradually losing distance, making all possible under three boilers.

7:33 F. to C. W.W. " What is the matter"; 7:42 F. to Sq'd. Gen 83; 7:55 C. to F. W.W. " We are steaming with three boilers and could not keep up. Logging over nine knots. Our fourth boiler is full of ~ water and it is desirable to have it in reserve".

Exchanged the following signals: 9:45 C. to F. W.W. " We are steaming at our best speed, 95 revs. Logging 9 1/2 knots & cannot keep up. Have ordered steam on 4th boiler." 9:55 F. to Sq'd. W.W. " F. and B. will form 1st div & N. & C. second div. in evolutions."

Set clocks back 23 minutes.

Started two additional fires in boiler C at 1:00.

Steering gear disabled at 2:34 the ropes coming off wheel. Broke dispatch flag. Hauled down dispatch flag as soon as could connect up hand gear at 2:37. Connected up boiler C at 2:15. Steam steering gear repaired and put in use at 3.20.

12:40 F. to Sq'd. (W.W.) "Officers whose promotion is due will be examined at Callao".

2:50 F. to Sq'd. (W.W.) "See page 47 tactical signal book. When signal is steam slow, half, etc., it becomes prescribed speed and cone always up".

C. W. Condaletta (CP) - By order of the Comd'g Officer the following changes in ratings were made to take effect March 1st, 1904: Condaletta, C. W. (F. 2C) to (F. 1C), Blakeney, C. E (C.P.) to (F. 2C), Miller, G. H. (C.P.) to (F. 2C), Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) (C.P.) to (F 2C); M. Duggan (F. 1C) was issued an acting appointment as Oiler from March 1st, 1904.

C. E. Blakeney (CP) - By order of the Comd'g Officer the following changes in ratings were made to take effect March 1st, 1904: Condaletta, C. W. (F. 2C) to (F. 1C), Blakeney, C. E (C.P.) to (F. 2C), Miller, G. H. (C.P.) to (F. 2C), Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) (C.P.) to (F 2C); M. Duggan (F. 1C) was issued an acting appointment as Oiler from March 1st, 1904.

G. H. Miller (CP) - By order of the Comd'g Officer the following changes in ratings were made to take effect March 1st, 1904: Condaletta, C. W. (F. 2C) to (F. 1C), Blakeney, C. E (C.P.) to (F. 2C), Miller, G. H. (C.P.) to (F. 2C), Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) (C.P.) to (F 2C); M. Duggan (F. 1C) was issued an acting appointment as Oiler from March 1st, 1904.

William Dennis Nordeck (CP) - By order of the Comd'g Officer the following changes in ratings were made to take effect March 1st, 1904: Condaletta, C. W. (F. 2C) to (F. 1C), Blakeney, C. E (C.P.) to (F. 2C), Miller, G. H. (C.P.) to (F. 2C), Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) (C.P.) to (F 2C); M. Duggan (F. 1C) was issued an acting appointment as Oiler from March 1st, 1904.

Michael Duggan (Fire 1c) - By order of the Comd'g Officer the following changes in ratings were made to take effect March 1st, 1904: Condaletta, C. W. (F. 2C) to (F. 1C), Blakeney, C. E (C.P.) to (F. 2C), Miller, G. H. (C.P.) to (F. 2C), Nordeck, W. D. (C.P.) (C.P.) to (F 2C); M. Duggan (F. 1C) was issued an acting appointment as Oiler from March 1st, 1904.


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8am

Lat 2.22, Long -80.45


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4 March 1904


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8pm

Lat -1.17, Long -80.98


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5 March 1904


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8pm

Lat -4.15, Long -81.38


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6 March 1904


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8am

Lat -7.28, Long -80.60


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7 March 1904


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8pm

Lat -9.62, Long -78.97


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8 March 1904

Mer. to 4 PM Drilled apprentices and landsmen at practical penmanship.


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at sea enroute to and at anchor off callao peru

Lat -11.72, Long -77.52


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9 March 1904


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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10 March 1904

Ammen Farenholt (Surg. PA) - Surgeon Farenholt left ship on duty at 9:45 in connection with medical examiners board. Ensign Forman left ship at 9:45 for examinationfor promotion held on board U.S.F.S. New York.

Signals as follows:- 8:55 F. to C. (W.W.) "Repairs to air pump authorized. Order through fleet engineer new cam and labor and material to finish it."

Ensign C. W. Forman USN - Surgeon Farenholt left ship on duty at 9:45 in connection with medical examiners board. Ensign Forman left ship at 9:45 for examinationfor promotion held on board U.S.F.S. New York.

Signals: 1:50 F to C (Sem) "Is Mr. Scales now on duty." 11:55 C. to F. (Sem.) "Mr. Scales has been restored to duty but now is ashore".


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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11 March 1904

Max Becker (BosM 2c) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

E. D. Myrick (Ch. GunM 1c) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

P. R. Youngs (Fire 2c) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

W. Eddy (PM) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. A. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

R. D. Hoffmaster (PM) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

Clyde Haggbloom (CP) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

J. E. Milen (CP) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

W. D. Nordeck (Fire 2c) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

J. D. Taylor (CP) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

F. W. Chinnery (CP) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

P. H. Miller (Fire 2c) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

C. A. McCracken (CP) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

T. P. O'Brine (Fire 1c) - At 9:30 mustered at quarters, absentees as follows: Myrick, E. D. (G. C. 1C), Becker, M. (B. M. 2C), Hoffmaster, R. D. (Pv't), Eddy, W. (Pv't), Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C), Haggbloom, C. (C.P.), Milen, J. E. (CP), Chinnery, F. W. (C.P), Nordeck, W. D., (F. 2C), Miller, P. H. (F. 2C), Taylor, J. D. (C.P.) McCracken, C. A. (C.P.) and O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C).

10:00, F. to C. Sem. " Square bow port. Gig should be hoisted to davits or lowered altogether. Boats from forward look badly". 10:45 F. to C. "Medical Officer report on board." 11:05 F. to C. W.W. " The Admiral would like to see Captain Perkins". 11:10 F. to Sq'd. W.W. " Mail for home will close on board F. at eight oclock tomorrow morning. American postage. Mail closes at post office at eleven o'clock."

11:15 The C.O. visited the Flagship. * 9:15 F. to C. W.W. " Submit report of fitness of Ensign Forman to this date for information of examinor board."

At 1:15 sent liberty party ashore.

At 4:45 F. fired a salute of 13 guns with Peruvian ensign at fore. At 4:32 15 guns with the U.S. Ensign at the fore.

Max Becker (BosM 2c) - M. Becker (B. M. 2C) returned from liberty 11 hrs. overtime.


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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12 March 1904

W. Eddy (PM) - The following named men returned from liberty 24 hours overtime. Eddy, (Pv't), O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C), McCracken, (C.P.), Miller, T. S. (F 2C), Chinnery, (C.P.) and Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C).

C. A. McCracken (CP) - The following named men returned from liberty 24 hours overtime. Eddy, (Pv't), O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C), McCracken, (C.P.), Miller, T. S. (F 2C), Chinnery, (C.P.) and Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C).

F. W. Chinnery (CP) - The following named men returned from liberty 24 hours overtime. Eddy, (Pv't), O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C), McCracken, (C.P.), Miller, T. S. (F 2C), Chinnery, (C.P.) and Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C).

P. H. Miller (Fire 2c) - The following named men returned from liberty 24 hours overtime. Eddy, (Pv't), O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C), McCracken, (C.P.), Miller, T. S. (F 2C), Chinnery, (C.P.) and Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C).

T. P. O'Brine (Fire 1c) - The following named men returned from liberty 24 hours overtime. Eddy, (Pv't), O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C), McCracken, (C.P.), Miller, T. S. (F 2C), Chinnery, (C.P.) and Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C).

T. P. O'Brine (Fire 1c) - O'Brine, T. P. (F 1C) returned on board drunk and was placed under sentry's charge for safe keeping by order of Comd'g Officer.

P. R. Youngs (Fire 2c) - The following named men returned from liberty 24 hours overtime. Eddy, (Pv't), O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C), McCracken, (C.P.), Miller, T. S. (F 2C), Chinnery, (C.P.) and Youngs, P. R. (F. 2C).

Signals: 9:20, C. to F. (W. W.) "Nine men have expressed a wish to go to church in Lima tomorrow morning."

E. Miller (Oiler) - Miller, E. (Oiler) returned aboard from liberty eleven hours overtime.

O'Brine, T. P. (F. 1C) released from sentry's charge and restored to duty. Signals: 700 F. to C. (Ard) "Leave for 48 hours granted Paymaster Brooks to commence at discretion of Comd'g Officer."

Signal: 8:45 F. to Sq'd. (Ard) " The church party for Lima will be sent ashore to take the 10:20 train at the Central Station, called also the American Station. Half fares will be charged. Father Russell will meet church party at mainstation in Lima and take them to San Pedro church. After services church party invited to visit College. From which they will return to ships, except men on liberty who remain. Service dress, for officers going."


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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13 March 1904

10:10 F. to C. W.W. " The Admiral would like to see Lt. Scales after quarters".

R. D. Hoffmaster (PM) - R. D. Hoffmaster (Pv't), returned from leave 52 hours overtime. At 1:15 sent liberty party ashore. Visitors on board.


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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14 March 1904

O. E. Plummer (OS) - Plummer, O. E. (O'S), Shores, G. H. (Pvt), Quigley, J. (O'S), Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C), returned form liberty 24 hours overtime. Nichols, K. (CP), returned 1 1/2 hours overtime.

K. Nichols (CP) - Plummer, O. E. (O'S), Shores, G. H. (Pvt), Quigley, J. (O'S), Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C), returned form liberty 24 hours overtime. Nichols, K. (CP), returned 1 1/2 hours overtime.

Jack Quigley (OS) - Plummer, O. E. (O'S), Shores, G. H. (Pvt), Quigley, J. (O'S), Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C), returned form liberty 24 hours overtime. Nichols, K. (CP), returned 1 1/2 hours overtime.

T. C. Mortimer (GunM 3c) - Plummer, O. E. (O'S), Shores, G. H. (Pvt), Quigley, J. (O'S), Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C), returned form liberty 24 hours overtime. Nichols, K. (CP), returned 1 1/2 hours overtime.

G. A. Shores (PM) - Plummer, O. E. (O'S), Shores, G. H. (Pvt), Quigley, J. (O'S), Mortimer, T. C. (G. M. 3C), returned form liberty 24 hours overtime. Nichols, K. (CP), returned 1 1/2 hours overtime.

All hands mustered aft and Admirals' order of March 14 was read. Sent Master-at-Arms ashore on duty at 10:00 in compliance with Admirals order.

Ensign C. W. Forman USN - Ensign C. W. Forman, U.S.N., was this day discharged from examination by Naval and Medical Examing board which convened on board U.S.S. New York.

E. D. Myrick (Ch. GunM 1c) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

J. D. Taylor (CP) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

J. E. Milan (CP) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

C. E. Blakeney (Fire 2c) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

S. W. Rhodes (OS) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

T. T. Oakley (CP) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

H. Raymond (CP) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

A. W. Hone (Lds) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

R. J. Cantwell (Mach 2c) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

Robert Terrence Harron (MAA 3c) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

P. J. Gorman (Cox) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

J. Gubel (BosM 2c) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

C. E. Lawson (Mach. 1c) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

J. J. Wavrin (App 2c) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

Clyde Haggbloom (CP) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

W. B. Crowe (Lds) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

J. M. Murphy (Elec 3c) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

P. A. Shearer (App 2c) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

J. H. Gunther (Yeo 3c) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

Michael Duggan (Oiler) - Reward of ten dollars offered for apprehension and delivery aboard of following named men: Myrick E. D. (G. C. 1C), Milan, J. E. (C.P.), Taylor, J.D. (CP), Blakeney, C.E. (F 2C), Raymond, H. (CP), Oakley, T. F. (CP), Rhodes, S. W. (O'S), Lawson, C. E. (Mch 1c), Cantwell, R.J. (Mch 2C), Wavrin, J. J. (A 2C), Harron, R. T. (MaA. 3C), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Gorman, P. J. (Cox), Gubel J. (B.M. 2C), Shearer, P.A. (A 2C), Crowe, W.B. (Lds), Murphy, J. M. (E. 2C), Gunther, J. H. (Y 3C), Duggan, M. (Oiler).

J. Morrissey (Baker 2c) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

E. Olsson (WT) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

H. Distil (PM) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

F. J. Canty (PM) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

W. S. Cherry (CP) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

William Dennis Nordeck (Fire 2c) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

J. D. Taylor (CP) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

R. J. Cantwell (Mach 2c) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

C. E. Lawson (Mach. 1c) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

C. W. McCann (OS) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

Robert Terrence Harron (MAA 3c) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.

A. Young (Fire 2c) - The following named men returned to ship, overtime as follows:- Haggbloom C (CP), 79 hours, Morrissey, J. (B. 2C) 53 hours. Olsson E. (W.T.) 5 hours. Distil, H. (Pvt), 53 hours. Canty, F. J. (Pvt) 53 hours. Cherry, W. J. (C.P.) 53 hours. Nordeck, W.D. (C.P.) 79 hours. McCann, C. (O'S), 5 hours. Taylor, J.D (CP.) 80 hours. Cantwell, J. (M 2C), 31 hours. Lawson, C.E. (M. 1C.) 31 hours. Harron, R. T. (MAA 2C) 31 hours. Young A (F. 1C) 31 hours.


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at anchor off callao peru

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15 March 1904

J. E. Milan (CP) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

A. W. Hone (Lds) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

C. E. Blakeney (Fire 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

S. W. Rhodes (OS) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

H. Larson (Lds) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (B. M. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

J. F. Quann (OS) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

J. H. Gunther (Yeo 3c) - The following men returned on board overleave. J. E. Milan, CP., 96 hours; C. E. Blakeney, CP., 72 hours; S. W. Rhodes, Lds., 48 hours; A W. Hone, (Lds)., 48 hours; J. H. Gunther, Yeo. 3cl., 24 hours.

W. A. Stadarth (Mess Att) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

H. T. Slicer (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

H. M. Pease (OS) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

H. E. Schmidt (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

A. W. Hone (Lds) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

N. Jiro (Mess Att) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

O. R. Downham (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (B. M. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

J. Franklin (CP) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

C. W. McCann (OS) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

F. M. Widgeon (App 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

C. Bush (OS) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

J. C. Cochran (OS) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

R. D. Hoffmaster (PM) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

Max Becker (BosM 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

P. R. Youngs (Fire 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

T. C. Mortimer (GunM 3c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

F. W. Chinnery (CP) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

C. A. McCracken (CP) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

G. A. Shores (PM) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

O. E. Plummer (Sea) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

Jack Quigley (OS) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

T. P. O'Brine (Fire 1c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (B. M. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

Clyde Haggbloom (F 2C) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

J. D. Taylor (CP) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

William Dennis Nordeck (Fire 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

J. Morrissey (Baker 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

W. S. Cherry (CP) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

E. Miller (Oiler) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

F. J. Canty (PM) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

H. Distil (PM) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

C. E. Lawson (Mach. 1c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

R. J. Cantwell (Mach 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

A. Young (Fire 2c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

Robert Terrence Harron (MAA 3c) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

E. Olsson (WT) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

J. Hilscher (Fire 1C) - The Captain assigned punishments as follows:- Larson, H. (Lds), Quann, J.F. (O.S), Hone, A.W. (Lds), Slicer, H.T. (A 2C), Jiro, N. (M.Att.), Stadarth, W.A. (M. Att.), Pease, H. M. (O.S.), Schmidt, K.E. (A 2C), Flemming J. D. (Cox) and Downham, O. R. (A 2c), - Clothing in lucky bag - eadh, 2 hours extra duty. Franklin, J. (CP.) absent from quarters - 6 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), carelessness in striking bell - 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C.W. (O'S), 5 hours overleave - 2d conduct class and 5 hours extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S0, - ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) - insolence to a petty officer - 24 hours double irons. Cochran, J.C. (OS), hailing ship's boat from deck without authority - 8 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), disorderly conduct on shore - 24 hours extra duty. Hoffmaster, R.D (Pvt), 52 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty. Becker, M. (B M. 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2d class and 11 hours extra duty. Youngs, P.R. (F. 2C), 24 hours overleave 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. Chinnery, F. W. (CP), Miller, G. H. (F. 2C), McCracken, C. A. (CP), Mortimer T.C. (G. M. 3C), Shores, G. A. (Pv't), Plummer, O'E. (Sea), and Quigley, J. (OS), - each, 24 hours overleave - each, 3rd class and 24 hours extra duty. O'Brine, T.P. (F. 1C), Drunk from and 24 hours overleave - 4th class one month and 24 hours extra duty. Hagbloom, C. (C.P.) and Nordek, W D. (F. 2C), each, 79 hours overleave, - each 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Taylor, J. D. (CP) - 80 hours overleave 4th class and 60 hours extra duty. Morrissey, J. (Bkr. 2C), and Cherry, W. I (CP.), each, 53 hours overleave 4th class and 52 hours extra duty each. Miller, E. (Oiler) 6 hours overleave - 2d class and 6 hours extra duty. Distil, H. (Pvt) and Canty, F.J. (Pv't), each, 53 hours overleave -4th class 2 months and 52 hours extra duty, each. Lawson, C. E. (M. 1C), Cantwell, R.J. (M. 2C), Young, A. (F 1C) and Harron, R. T. (MaA 3C) each 31 hours overleave - 3rd class and 30 hours extra duty, each. Olsson, E. (W.T.) and Hilscher, J. (F 1C) each, 5 hours overleave 2d class and 5 hours extra duty, each. By order of the Captain F. M. Widgeon, (A 2C), was placed in double iron's under sentry's charge for 24 hours.

USS Bennington - The American Consul paid an official visit to the Commanding Officer and left at 5:58 when fired a salute of seven guns, American flag at fore. At 6:15 the U.S.S. Bennington fired salute of seven guns with the American flag at the fore.

P. A. Shearer (App 2c) - The following men returned overleave: P.A. Shearer, A. 2c., 57 hours; W. B. Crowe, (Lds), 57 hours; and H. Raymond, CP., 81 hours, the latter two being brought by the police of Callao and a reward of $10.00 each was paid for their delivery.

W. B. Crowe (Lds) - The following men returned overleave: P.A. Shearer, A. 2c., 57 hours; W. B. Crowe, (Lds), 57 hours; and H. Raymond, CP., 81 hours, the latter two being brought by the police of Callao and a reward of $10.00 each was paid for their delivery.

H. Raymond (CP) - The following men returned overleave: P.A. Shearer, A. 2c., 57 hours; W. B. Crowe, (Lds), 57 hours; and H. Raymond, CP., 81 hours, the latter two being brought by the police of Callao and a reward of $10.00 each was paid for their delivery.

J. M. Murphy (Elec 2c) - J. M. Murphy, El. 2 Cl, returned on board 62 hours overleave.


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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16 March 1904


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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17 March 1904


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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18 March 1904


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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19 March 1904


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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20 March 1904


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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21 March 1904


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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22 March 1904

coal: 163 tobns -


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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23 March 1904


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5


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24 March 1904


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at anchor off callao peru

Lat -10.93, Long -78.05


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25 March 1904


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at sea enroute to panama r of p

Lat -9.12, Long -79.38


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26 March 1904


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at sea enroute to panama r of p

Lat -6.10, Long -81.30


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27 March 1904


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27 March 1904


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at sea enroute to panama r of p

Lat -2.78, Long -81.08


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28 March 1904


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at sea enroute to panama r of p

Lat 0.25, Long -80.32


50874e0d09d409075500e38b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_076_1.jpg)


29 March 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e38d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_077_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to panama r of p

Lat 3.48, Long -79.67


50874e0d09d409075500e38f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_077_1.jpg)


30 March 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e391: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_078_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to panama r of p

Lat 5.98, Long -79.68


50874e0d09d409075500e393: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_078_1.jpg)


31 March 1904



LOGS FOR APRIL 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e395: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_079_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to and at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 8.50, Long -79.57


50874e0d09d409075500e397: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_079_1.jpg)


1 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e399: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_080_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e39b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_080_1.jpg)


2 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e39d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_081_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e39f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_081_1.jpg)


3 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3a1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_082_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e3a3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_082_1.jpg)


4 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3a5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_083_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e3a7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_083_1.jpg)


5 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3a9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_084_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e3ab: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_084_1.jpg)


6 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3ad: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_085_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e3af: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_085_1.jpg)


7 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3b1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_086_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e3b3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_086_1.jpg)


8 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3b5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_087_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e3b7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_087_1.jpg)


9 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3b9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_088_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e3bb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_088_1.jpg)


10 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3bd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_089_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e3bf: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_089_1.jpg)


11 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3c1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_090_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e3c3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_090_1.jpg)


12 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3c5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_091_0.jpg)


at anchor off panama r of panama and at sea

Lat 9.0, Long -79.5


50874e0d09d409075500e3c7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_091_1.jpg)


13 April 1904

coal: 203 tons 819 lbs -


50874e0d09d409075500e3c9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_092_0.jpg)


8pm

Lat 7.07, Long -81.35


50874e0d09d409075500e3cb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_092_1.jpg)


14 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3cd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_093_0.jpg)


8am

Lat 9.10, Long -85.00


50874e0d09d409075500e3cf: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_093_1.jpg)


15 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3d1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_094_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to acajulta salvador

Lat 12.02, Long -88.37


50874e0d09d409075500e3d3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_094_1.jpg)


16 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3d5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_095_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to acajutla

Lat 13.60, Long -90.03


50874e0d09d409075500e3d7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_095_1.jpg)


17 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3d9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_096_0.jpg)


8am

Lat 14.43, Long -92.38


50874e0d09d409075500e3db: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_096_1.jpg)


18 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3dd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_097_0.jpg)


8am

Lat 15.83, Long -95.78


50874e0d09d409075500e3df: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_097_1.jpg)


19 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3e1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_098_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to and at anchor off acapulco mexico

Lat 16.63, Long -99.90


50874e0d09d409075500e3e3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_098_1.jpg)


20 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3e5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_099_0.jpg)


at anchor off acapulco mexico and at sea

Lat 16.80, Long -99.95


50874e0d09d409075500e3e7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_099_1.jpg)


21 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3e9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_100_0.jpg)


8pm

Lat 17.43, Long -102.33


50874e0d09d409075500e3eb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_100_1.jpg)


22 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3ed: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_101_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to san francisco california

Lat 19.33, Long -105.63


50874e0d09d409075500e3ef: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_101_1.jpg)


23 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3f1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_102_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to san francisco california

Lat 21.17, Long -108.70


50874e0d09d409075500e3f3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_102_1.jpg)


24 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3f5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_103_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to san francisco calif

Lat 23.60, Long -111.37


50874e0d09d409075500e3f7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_103_1.jpg)


25 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3f9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_104_0.jpg)


8pm

Lat 26.08, Long -113.83


50874e0d09d409075500e3fb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_104_1.jpg)


26 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e3fd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_105_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to san francisco california

Lat 28.65, Long -116.43


50874e0d09d409075500e3ff: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_105_1.jpg)


27 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e401: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_106_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to san francisco california

Lat 31.08, Long -118.82


50874e0d09d409075500e403: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_106_1.jpg)


28 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e405: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_107_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to san francisco california

Lat 34.20, Long -120.70


50874e0d09d409075500e407: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_107_1.jpg)


29 April 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e409: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_108_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to san francisco cal and at anchor there

Lat 36.77, Long -122.47


50874e0d09d409075500e40b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_108_1.jpg)


30 April 1904



LOGS FOR MAY 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e40d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_109_0.jpg)


at anchor off san francisco cal underway and at buoy no3

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


50874e0d09d409075500e40f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_109_1.jpg)


1 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e411: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_110_0.jpg)


moored to buoy 3 and alongside dock mare is cal

Lat -4.6, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e413: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_110_1.jpg)


2 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e415: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_111_0.jpg)


alongside coal dock mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e417: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_111_1.jpg)


3 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e419: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_112_0.jpg)


alongside dock mare island calif

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e41b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_112_1.jpg)


4 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e41d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_113_0.jpg)


alongside dock mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e41f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_113_1.jpg)


5 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e421: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_114_0.jpg)


alongside dock mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e423: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_114_1.jpg)


6 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e425: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_115_0.jpg)


mare island

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e427: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_115_1.jpg)


7 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e429: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_116_0.jpg)


alongside dock mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e42b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_116_1.jpg)


8 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e42d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_117_0.jpg)


alongside coal dock mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e42f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_117_1.jpg)


9 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e431: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_118_0.jpg)


alongside dock mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e433: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_118_1.jpg)


10 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e435: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_119_0.jpg)


mare island

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e437: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_119_1.jpg)


11 May 1904

coal: 360 tons -


50874e0d09d409075500e439: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_120_0.jpg)


alongside coal dock mare island cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e43b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_120_1.jpg)


12 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e43d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_121_0.jpg)


alonmgside coal dock and in dry dock mare island cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e43f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_121_1.jpg)


13 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e441: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_122_0.jpg)


in dry dock navy yard mare is cal

Lat -4.6, Long 55.5


50874e0d09d409075500e443: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_122_1.jpg)


14 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e445: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_123_0.jpg)


mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e447: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_123_1.jpg)


15 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e449: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_124_0.jpg)


mare island

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


50874e0d09d409075500e44b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_124_1.jpg)


16 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e44d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_125_0.jpg)


at sea enroute from san francisco to honolulu hi

Lat 36.62, Long -125.12


50874e0d09d409075500e44f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_125_1.jpg)


17 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e451: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_126_0.jpg)


8pm

Lat 35.35, Long -129.93


50874e0d09d409075500e453: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_126_1.jpg)


18 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e455: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_127_0.jpg)


8am

Lat 33.83, Long -134.50


50874e0d09d409075500e457: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_127_1.jpg)


19 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e459: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_128_0.jpg)


8pm

Lat 31.70, Long -138.97


50874e0d09d409075500e45b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_128_1.jpg)


20 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e45d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_129_0.jpg)


8pm

Lat 29.45, Long -143.17


50874e0d09d409075500e45f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_129_1.jpg)


21 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e461: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_130_0.jpg)


8pm

Lat 27.03, Long -146.95


50874e0d09d409075500e463: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_130_1.jpg)


22 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e465: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_131_0.jpg)


8am

Lat 24.75, Long -150.88


50874e0d09d409075500e467: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_131_1.jpg)


23 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e469: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_132_0.jpg)


8pm

Lat 22.55, Long -154.87


50874e0d09d409075500e46b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_132_1.jpg)


24 May 1904


50874e0d09d409075500e46d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_133_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to and at anchor off honolulu hi

Lat 21.3, Long -157.9


50874e0e09d409075500e46f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_133_1.jpg)


25 May 1904


50874e0e09d409075500e471: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_134_0.jpg)


at anchor off honolulu t h

Lat 21.3, Long -157.9


50874e0e09d409075500e473: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol033of040/vol033of040_134_1.jpg)


26 May 1904

Admiral Terry USN - Admiral Terry (Commandant of Station) and Commanding Officers of U.S.S. Buffalo and Bennington called officially on Com'dg Officer of U.S.S. Concord.

USS Bennington - Admiral Terry (Commandant of Station) and Commanding Officers of U.S.S. Buffalo and Bennington called officially on Com'dg Officer of U.S.S. Concord.

USS Buffalo - Admiral Terry (Commandant of Station) and Commanding Officers of U.S.S. Buffalo and Bennington called officially on Com'dg Officer of U.S.S. Concord.

USS New York - Delivered stores received at Mare Island, to U.S.FS. New York.

10:55 F to C. & M. "How many marines can you send ashore Decoration day to join Marine Battalion". 11:20 C. to F. (Sem). "We cand land thirteen marines".

Sent liberty and base ball parties ashore.


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at anchor off honolulu t h

Lat 21.3, Long -157.9


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27 May 1904

USS Mohican - U.S.S. Mohican shifted berth at 7:00.

Liberty party retuned, all present.

S. Ybarro (Mach 2c) - S. Ybarro, (Mach 2Cl.) was given an acting appointment as Mach 1st Class from May 4, 1904. C. Peterson, (G.M 2Cl) received permanent appointment as (G. M. 2cl) from May 4, 1904.

C. Peterson (GunM 2c) - S. Ybarro, (Mach 2Cl.) was given an acting appointment as Mach 1st Class from May 4, 1904. C. Peterson, (G.M 2Cl) received permanent appointment as (G. M. 2cl) from May 4, 1904.

10:13 F. to C. (W.W.) " Who is in command of your company of infantry." 10:19 C. to F. (W.W.) " Mr. Huff."

Ikeda Unosuka (Mess Att 3c) - Received from "U.S.S. Iroquois" Ikeda Unosuka (M. Att. 3Cl).

Sent liberty party ashore at 4:00.


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at anchor off honolulu t h

Lat 21.3, Long -157.9


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28 May 1904

Base ball team played game with team from U.S.S. Bennington, score 19 to 11 in favor of Concord.


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at anchor off honolulu t h

Lat 21.3, Long -157.9


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29 May 1904

G. Burton (Chief QM) - Liberty party returned except the following:- Burton, G. (Ch. Q.M.), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Dunn, J. T. (B.S.) and O'Brine, J. (Lds).

J. T. Dunn (Blksmth) - Liberty party returned except the following:- Burton, G. (Ch. Q.M.), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Dunn, J. T. (B.S.) and O'Brine, J. (Lds).

W. F. Reese (Lds) - Liberty party returned except the following:- Burton, G. (Ch. Q.M.), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Dunn, J. T. (B.S.) and O'Brine, J. (Lds).

J. O'Brien (Lds) - Liberty party returned except the following:- Burton, G. (Ch. Q.M.), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Dunn, J. T. (B.S.) and O'Brine, J. (Lds).

USS Mohican - U.S.S. Mohican stood out of harbor at 8:50.

USRC Thetis - U.S.R.C. Thetis stood into harbor at 2:00 and anchored in "Man-of-War" row.

Signals: 1:30 F. to C. + M. (Sema) "To Commanders Phelps + Perkins - Acting Governor Atkinson, invites you to a louau, at Prince Cupids' residence Wakiki tomorrow, Monday evening at 8:30 The Admiral would like to know if you will accept. Sig. Fullenwider." 1:45 C. to F. (Sema) "Capt Perkins accepts with pleasure."


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at anchor off honolulu t h

Lat 21.3, Long -157.9


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30 May 1904

C. V. Ragain (Lds) - LIberty party returned, two absentees: Ragain (Lds) and Briggs, (Lds).

H. A. Briggs (Lds) - LIberty party returned, two absentees: Ragain (Lds) and Briggs, (Lds).

USS Buffalo - Drills omitted on account of National holiday. The C. Officers of U.S.S. Buffalo and U.S.R.C. Thetis visited the ship officially. F. fired a salute of 21 minute guns, commencing at noon, all flags at half mast. At 9:00 U.S.S. Albany came in.

USRC Thetis - Drills omitted on account of National holiday. The C. Officers of U.S.S. Buffalo and U.S.R.C. Thetis visited the ship officially. F. fired a salute of 21 minute guns, commencing at noon, all flags at half mast. At 9:00 U.S.S. Albany came in.

USS Albany - Drills omitted on account of National holiday. The C. Officers of U.S.S. Buffalo and U.S.R.C. Thetis visited the ship officially. F. fired a salute of 21 minute guns, commencing at noon, all flags at half mast. At 9:00 U.S.S. Albany came in.

At 1:25 sent company ashore together with squad of marines to take part in Decoration Day exercises." Sent liberty party ashore. C. O. visited the U.S.S. Buffalo and U.S.R.C. Thetis.

At 6:00 Company & squad of marines returned from shore.


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at anchor off honolulu t h

Lat 21.3, Long -157.9


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31 May 1904

A. J. Ryder (Ch. Yeo) - Offered rewards of $10.00 for the following men: A. J. Ryder, Ch. Yeo., and J. O'Brien, (Lds), but order of Commanding Officer.

J. O'Brien (Lds) - Offered rewards of $10.00 for the following men: A. J. Ryder, Ch. Yeo., and J. O'Brien, (Lds), but order of Commanding Officer.

Sent liberty party ashore. Visitor aboard from 1.00.

A. J. Ryder (Ch. Yeo) - Ryder, A.J. (Ch. Yeo) returned aboard at 10:15.



LOGS FOR JUNE 1904


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at anchor off honolulu t h

Lat 21.3, Long -157.9


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1 June 1904

By order of the C.O. rewards of $10.00 each, were offered for Ragain, C. V. (Lds) and Briggs, H. A. (Lds).

USS Solace - U.S. Solace left port at 2:15.

J. I. Kinder (CP) - General Court convened on board U.S.S. New York at 2:20. Sent Kinder, J. I. (C.P.) to New York under guard to appear before a General Court Martial. Lieut. Scales, U.S.N., left ship officially to appear before General Court. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) returned aboard 58 hours overtime. Briggs, H.A. (Lds) returned aboard 56 hours overtime.

Lt. A. H. Scales USN - General Court convened on board U.S.S. New York at 2:20. Sent Kinder, J. I. (C.P.) to New York under guard to appear before a General Court Martial. Lieut. Scales, U.S.N., left ship officially to appear before General Court. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) returned aboard 58 hours overtime. Briggs, H.A. (Lds) returned aboard 56 hours overtime.

C. V. Ragain (Lds) - General Court convened on board U.S.S. New York at 2:20. Sent Kinder, J. I. (C.P.) to New York under guard to appear before a General Court Martial. Lieut. Scales, U.S.N., left ship officially to appear before General Court. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) returned aboard 58 hours overtime. Briggs, H.A. (Lds) returned aboard 56 hours overtime.

H. A. Briggs (Lds) - General Court convened on board U.S.S. New York at 2:20. Sent Kinder, J. I. (C.P.) to New York under guard to appear before a General Court Martial. Lieut. Scales, U.S.N., left ship officially to appear before General Court. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) returned aboard 58 hours overtime. Briggs, H.A. (Lds) returned aboard 56 hours overtime.

USS Marblehead - U.S.S. Marblehead and U.S.S. Concord warped alongside Collier Nero. Mail Steamers "Sonoma" and "Coptic" left harbor.

US Collier Nero - U.S.S. Marblehead and U.S.S. Concord warped alongside Collier Nero. Mail Steamers "Sonoma" and "Coptic" left harbor.

SS Sonoma - U.S.S. Marblehead and U.S.S. Concord warped alongside Collier Nero. Mail Steamers "Sonoma" and "Coptic" left harbor.

SS Coptic - U.S.S. Marblehead and U.S.S. Concord warped alongside Collier Nero. Mail Steamers "Sonoma" and "Coptic" left harbor.

L. Pittman (Yeo 2c) - Pittman, L. (Yeo 2C) was issued an acting appointment as Yeo. 1 Cl dated June 1st, 1904.

Liberty party returned all present.


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alongside collier nero off honolulu t h

Lat 21.3, Long -157.9


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2 June 1904

Italian Cruiser Liguria - Italian Cruiser Liguria stood out of harbor at 7:30.

J. O'Brien (Lds) - Absent from ship at 9:30 without authority: O'Brien, J. (Lds) and Hayden, J. (Cox'n). At 11:15 Police of Honolulu brought J. O'Brien (Lds) on board (100 hrs overleave) and by order of the C.O. a reward of $10.00 was paid for his delivery.

J. Hayden (Cox) - Absent from ship at 9:30 without authority: O'Brien, J. (Lds) and Hayden, J. (Cox'n). At 11:15 Police of Honolulu brought J. O'Brien (Lds) on board (100 hrs overleave) and by order of the C.O. a reward of $10.00 was paid for his delivery.

coal: 86 tons - Engaged in coaling ship alongside of Collier Nero. Took on board 86 tons.

coal: 90 tons - Engaged in coaling ship, took on board 90 tons.

Signals as follows: 1:55 F. to C. W.W. " Have you quarters for a warrant officer. " 2:10 C. to F. W.W. " Captain Perkins is not on board. There are no warrant officers quarters on board." 3:15 F to Sq'd. W.W. " Officers attending Young's Hotel dance will wear mess jackets with special full dress trousers or civilian dress.

coal: 24 tons - Coaled ship until 5:20, took on board 24 tons making a total of 220 tons received.


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at anchor off honolulu t h

Lat 21.3, Long -157.9


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3 June 1904

J. Hayden (Cox) - Hayden, J. (Cox) returned from liberty 74 hours overtime.

USS Iroquois - Rec'd from the U.S.S. Iroquois 14,000 gals of fresh water.

Sent liberty party ashore. Signal at 2:05 F. to Sq'd. W.W. " Preparatory to get underway will be made at ten a.m. tomorrow, ships will unmoor and hold on at short stay, when F. is underway, get underway will be made and ships will follow F. out promptly securing their anchors outside on the way out."

Liberty party returned.


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at anchor off honolulu t h and at sea

Lat 21.28, Long -157.98


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4 June 1904

USS New York - Made all preparations for going to sea. Got underway at 10:48 and stood out of Honolulu harbor. New York stood out at 10:34. Bennington and Marblehead got underway and stood out at 10:37. At 8:55 U.S. Navy Collier Nero got underway and stood out of harbor. At 9:14 U.S.S. Buffalo got underway and stood out from outer harbor. At 11:25 formed column, natural order, with New York, Bennington and Marblehead in order as named. Collier Nero steaming with squadron, taking station on port quarter of Concord.

USS Bennington - Made all preparations for going to sea. Got underway at 10:48 and stood out of Honolulu harbor. New York stood out at 10:34. Bennington and Marblehead got underway and stood out at 10:37. At 8:55 U.S. Navy Collier Nero got underway and stood out of harbor. At 9:14 U.S.S. Buffalo got underway and stood out from outer harbor. At 11:25 formed column, natural order, with New York, Bennington and Marblehead in order as named. Collier Nero steaming with squadron, taking station on port quarter of Concord.

USS Buffalo - Made all preparations for going to sea. Got underway at 10:48 and stood out of Honolulu harbor. New York stood out at 10:34. Bennington and Marblehead got underway and stood out at 10:37. At 8:55 U.S. Navy Collier Nero got underway and stood out of harbor. At 9:14 U.S.S. Buffalo got underway and stood out from outer harbor. At 11:25 formed column, natural order, with New York, Bennington and Marblehead in order as named. Collier Nero steaming with squadron, taking station on port quarter of Concord.

USS Marblehead - Made all preparations for going to sea. Got underway at 10:48 and stood out of Honolulu harbor. New York stood out at 10:34. Bennington and Marblehead got underway and stood out at 10:37. At 8:55 U.S. Navy Collier Nero got underway and stood out of harbor. At 9:14 U.S.S. Buffalo got underway and stood out from outer harbor. At 11:25 formed column, natural order, with New York, Bennington and Marblehead in order as named. Collier Nero steaming with squadron, taking station on port quarter of Concord.

US Collier Nero - Made all preparations for going to sea. Got underway at 10:48 and stood out of Honolulu harbor. New York stood out at 10:34. Bennington and Marblehead got underway and stood out at 10:37. At 8:55 U.S. Navy Collier Nero got underway and stood out of harbor. At 9:14 U.S.S. Buffalo got underway and stood out from outer harbor. At 11:25 formed column, natural order, with New York, Bennington and Marblehead in order as named. Collier Nero steaming with squadron, taking station on port quarter of Concord.

P. J. Thompson (Lds) - Released from sentry's charge and made prisoners-at-large the following named men:- Thompson, P. J. (Lds), Johnson, O. (Lds), Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl), Dunn, F. G. (Corpl), Young L. (A 2c), Scott, E. J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C) and Haskamp, (G. (A 2C).

O. Johnson (Lds) - Released from sentry's charge and made prisoners-at-large the following named men:- Thompson, P. J. (Lds), Johnson, O. (Lds), Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl), Dunn, F. G. (Corpl), Young L. (A 2c), Scott, E. J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C) and Haskamp, (G. (A 2C).

J. I. Kinder (CP) - Released from sentry's charge and made prisoners-at-large the following named men:- Thompson, P. J. (Lds), Johnson, O. (Lds), Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl), Dunn, F. G. (Corpl), Young L. (A 2c), Scott, E. J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C) and Haskamp, (G. (A 2C).

F. G. Denn (Corpl) - Released from sentry's charge and made prisoners-at-large the following named men:- Thompson, P. J. (Lds), Johnson, O. (Lds), Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl), Dunn, F. G. (Corpl), Young L. (A 2c), Scott, E. J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C) and Haskamp, (G. (A 2C).

K. R. Lee (Mach 2c) - Released from sentry's charge and made prisoners-at-large the following named men:- Thompson, P. J. (Lds), Johnson, O. (Lds), Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl), Dunn, F. G. (Corpl), Young L. (A 2c), Scott, E. J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C) and Haskamp, (G. (A 2C).

L. Young (App 2c) -

E. J. Scott (App 2c) - Released from sentry's charge and made prisoners-at-large the following named men:- Thompson, P. J. (Lds), Johnson, O. (Lds), Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl), Dunn, F. G. (Corpl), Young L. (A 2c), Scott, E. J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C) and Haskamp, (G. (A 2C).

G. E. Pettifer (App 2c) - Released from sentry's charge and made prisoners-at-large the following named men:- Thompson, P. J. (Lds), Johnson, O. (Lds), Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl), Dunn, F. G. (Corpl), Young L. (A 2c), Scott, E. J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C) and Haskamp, (G. (A 2C).

G. Haskamp (App 2c) - Released from sentry's charge and made prisoners-at-large the following named men:- Thompson, P. J. (Lds), Johnson, O. (Lds), Kinder, J. I. (C.P.), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl), Dunn, F. G. (Corpl), Young L. (A 2c), Scott, E. J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C) and Haskamp, (G. (A 2C).


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at sea enroute from honolulu t h to kyska

Lat 23.97, Long -159.98


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5 June 1904

Steaming on course N 32oW. in column, regular order, at single distance.

T. Burke (Mach 1c) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

J. Barnes (OS) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

M. Dunn (Sea) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

C. V. Ragain (Lds) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

C. A. Rodman (App 2c) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

T. T. Towns Fire 2c) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

Chatfield Christiancy Staley (App 1c) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

A. A. Tritt (App 1c) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

E. Lally (Sea) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

C. Schanel (App 2c) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

P. A. Shearer (App 2c) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

J. V. Broderick (PM) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

L. De Vos (Fire 2c) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

Clyde Haggbloom (CP) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

G. Burton (Chief QM) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

W. F. Reese (Lds) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

J. T. Dunn (Blksmth) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

J. O'Brien (Lds) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

H. A. Briggs (Lds) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.

J. Hayden (Cox) - The C. O. awarded the following punishments: Burke, T. (M 1C), using abusive language - deprivation of liberty two weeks. Barnes, J. (OS) slow in manning ash whip - 2 hours extra duty. Dunn, M. (Sea) out of unifrom at Sunday inspection - 2 hours extra duty. Ragain, C. V. (Lds) going on lookout out of uniform - 2 hrs. extra duty; 58 hrs overleave - 4 class and 48 hrs. extra duty. Rodman, C. A (A 1C) not answering call for side boys - 2 hrs. extra duty. Towns, T. T. (F 2C) bag adrift on berth deck - 2 hrs extra duty. Staley, C. C. (A 1C) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs extra duty; slow in manning boat - 2 hrs extra duty; ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) not shining brightwork - 2 hrs. extra duty Lally, E. (Sea) clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. Shearer, P. A. (A 2C) and Schanel, C. (A 2C) talking at quarters, each, 2 hrs. extra duty. Broderick, J. V. (Pvt) 4 hrs. 4 min. overleave - 2 class and 4 hrs. extra duty. De Vos L. (f 2C) 2 hrs. overleave - 2 class & 2 hours extra duty. Haggbloom, C. (AP) 2 hrs. overleave - 3 class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Burton, G. (Ch Q M) 48 hours overleave - 4 class & 4 hours extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4 class and 10 hours extra duty. Dunn, J. T. (B Smth) 10 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (Lds) 100 hrs. oveleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Briggs, H. A. (Lds) 56 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty. Hayden, J. (Cox) 74 hours overleave - 4 class and 48 hours extra duty.


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at sea enroute to kyska aleutian islands

Lat 27.23, Long -161.42


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6 June 1904

Stearing on course N. 35oW. (psc) in column, natural order.

At 11:30 set colcks back 10 minutes.

Lieut. C. M. Stone USN - Summary Court of which Lieut. C. M. Sone, U.S.N. was senior member convened at 1:00 p.m. for the trial of K. R Lee (Mch 2C) and adjourned at 1:45 to await action of convening authority. K. R Lee (Mch 2C) made prisoner-at-large to await findings of Summary Court.

K. R. Lee (Mach 2c) - Summary Court of which Lieut. C. M. Sone, U.S.N. was senior member convened at 1:00 p.m. for the trial of K. R Lee (Mch 2C) and adjourned at 1:45 to await action of convening authority. K. R Lee (Mch 2C) made prisoner-at-large to await findings of Summary Court.


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at sea enroute to kyska aleutian islands

Lat 30.57, Long -163.30


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7 June 1904

Steaming in column, natural order. Course N 36oW. (psc).

Set clocks back 7 minutes at 11:37 a.m.

Overhauled diving pump and found it in working order.

Signals: 5:50 F. to C+M.-W.W. "How many hours were you coaling at Honolulu." 6:00 C. to F. W.W. "nine hours fiftenn minutes, taking two hundred and twenty tons."


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enroute to kyska aleutian islands

Lat 33.03, Long -164.98


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8 June 1904


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at sea enroute to kyska aleutian islands

Lat 36.55, Long -166.83


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9 June 1904

Steaming in column, natural order, on course N. 41oW. (psc). Set sail at 1:00.

Signals as follows:- 8:10 F. to Sqd. W.W. "Report run by log last twelve hours". 8:25 C. to F. W.W. "Distance run by log 91 and one tenth mile."

11:35 F. to C. W.W. " Immediate answer to signal concerning lumber for signals at Kyska". 11:40 C. to F. W.W. " Have lumber for making five ten feet staves".

Signals: 8:25 F. to Sq'd. " Sail is to be made promptly whenever it will stand and it is to be taken in when there is no chance of its being useful. Signal will not be made for permission to make or take in sail."


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at sea enroute to kyska aleutian islands

Lat 39.48, Long -169.03


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10 June 1904

On course N. 45oW. (psc). At 2:50 wheel ropes slipped off after drum. Disconnected steam gear and connect up hand gear. At 3:50 connected up by steam.

Set clocks back 9 minutes at 11:39.

10:06 F to Sqd. W.W. " While the Squadron is at sea in the future all water-tight doors and hatches not used for constant communication will be kept closed from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. and at all times in fog or snow. Report this back to F." 10:30 C. to F. W.W. " While the Squadron is at sea in the future all water-tight doors and hatches not used for constant communication will be kept closed from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. and at all times in fog or snow."


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at sea enroute to kyska aleutian islands

Lat 42.22, Long -171.28


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11 June 1904

Steaming on course N. 45oW. (pc), in column, natural order.

11:00 F to Sq'd. " Ships aswering a general enquiry from the Flagship will answer in the order of their proximity to the Flagship. During a fog when cruising in formation, ships shall sound their distinguishing call in succession, in their order in formation. In case of stopping to avoid danger without previous signal, ships shall give toots for five seconds and in case of backing without previous signal, they shall give three blasts."

G. A. Shores (PM) - G. A. Shores (Pv't) was placed in double irons for 24 hours for contradiction by order of Commanding Officer.


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at sea enroute to kyska aleutian islands

Lat 45.03, Long -173.88


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12 June 1904

Steaming in column, natural order, on course N. 49oW. (psc).

G. A. Shores (PM) - At 9:00 Shores, G. A. (Pvt) was released from confinement by order of Commanding Officer.

Chatfield Christiancy Staley (App 1c) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

C. W. McCann (OS) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

J. J. Wavrin (App 2c) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

C. Bush (OS) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

W. Wilcox (Lds) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

K. E. Schmidt (App 1c) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

F. M. Widgeon (App 2c) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

M. Tuzzi (Lds) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

R. Winkler (Lds) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

C. A. Rodman (App 1c) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

J. O'Brien (Lds) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

W. F. Reese (Lds) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

W. Philbrick (Lds) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

J. McAllister (Lds) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

F. H. Andrews (Lds) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

A. Helme (Lds) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments:- Staley, C.C. (A 1C) ditty box adrift on deck - 4 hours extra duty. Wavrin, J.J. (A 2C), McCann, C. W. (O'S), Busch, C. (OS), Wilcox, W. (Lds), Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), and Schmidt, K. E. (A 1C), - Clothing in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. McCann, W. W. (O'S) and Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C) clothes in lucky bag - each, 2 hours extra duty. Tuzzi, M. (Lds) Leaving drill without permission - 2 hours extra duty. R. Winkler, R. (Lds) Asleep on berth deck while on watch - 24 hours double irons. Rodman, C. A. (A 1C) not scrubbing hammock, 4 hours extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews, F. H. (Lds) and Helme, A. (Lds) - turning in hammock while watch was on deck - each, 24 hours double irons.

10:45 F. to Sq'd. W.W. " To Change the course to North forty-eight West magnetic this noon. Signal of execution will be one long blast followed by two toots as follows - like that." 11:00 C. to F. W.W. " What will be the changed course at noon? Message not clearly understood ." 11:30 F. to Sq'd. G.S. 828, num 11 ans 30. 11:35 F to Sq'd. " There will be no change of course at noon."

Signals as follows:- 4:20 F to Sq'd. W.W. " When general signal to swing ship is made, ships will head North at once, slow and swing from North to West with starboard helm. Do not get too far from F. or present course".


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at sea enroute to kyska aleutian islands

Lat 47.63, Long -176.63


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13 June 1904

Course N. 49oW. (psc).

C. W. McCann (OS) - Released and restored to duty by order of the Com'dg. Officer, the following named men their time of confinement having expired:- McCann, C. W. (O'S), Winkler, R. (Lds), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews F. H. (Lds), Helme, A. (Lds).

J. O'Brien (Lds) - Released and restored to duty by order of the Com'dg. Officer, the following named men their time of confinement having expired:- McCann, C. W. (O'S), Winkler, R. (Lds), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews F. H. (Lds), Helme, A. (Lds).

W. F. Reese (Lds) - Released and restored to duty by order of the Com'dg. Officer, the following named men their time of confinement having expired:- McCann, C. W. (O'S), Winkler, R. (Lds), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews F. H. (Lds), Helme, A. (Lds).

R. Winkler (Lds) - Released and restored to duty by order of the Com'dg. Officer, the following named men their time of confinement having expired:- McCann, C. W. (O'S), Winkler, R. (Lds), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews F. H. (Lds), Helme, A. (Lds).

W. Philbrick (Lds) - Released and restored to duty by order of the Com'dg. Officer, the following named men their time of confinement having expired:- McCann, C. W. (O'S), Winkler, R. (Lds), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews F. H. (Lds), Helme, A. (Lds).

J. McAllister (Lds) - Released and restored to duty by order of the Com'dg. Officer, the following named men their time of confinement having expired:- McCann, C. W. (O'S), Winkler, R. (Lds), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews F. H. (Lds), Helme, A. (Lds).

F. H. Andrews (Lds) - Released and restored to duty by order of the Com'dg. Officer, the following named men their time of confinement having expired:- McCann, C. W. (O'S), Winkler, R. (Lds), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews F. H. (Lds), Helme, A. (Lds).

A. Helme (Lds) - Released and restored to duty by order of the Com'dg. Officer, the following named men their time of confinement having expired:- McCann, C. W. (O'S), Winkler, R. (Lds), O'Brien, J. (Lds), Reese, W. F. (Lds), Philbrick, W. (Lds), McAllister, J. (Lds), Andrews F. H. (Lds), Helme, A. (Lds).

Set clocks back 11 minutes at 11:41 a.m.

Signals: 8:05 F. to Sqd. W.W. " It is expected that we will get in there early Wednesday morning and leave Kyska on the afternoon of the seventeenth. To do this the coaling must be quickly done. When F. anchors the Nero will come alongside on the starboard side, M. will then go alongside on the other side of Nero. N will then be next to go alongside of Nero."


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at sea enroute to kyska aleutian islands

Lat 50.62, Long -179.68


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14 June 1904

Steaming on course N. 45oW. (pc), in column, natural order.

USS Bennington - At 3:30 Bennington broke dispatch at main and sheared out of column to starboard.

USS New York - Steaming in column, on course N. 32oW. (pc.), in following order: New York, Concord, Marblehead and Bennington.

USS Marblehead - Steaming in column, on course N. 32oW. (pc.), in following order: New York, Concord, Marblehead and Bennington.


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at 645 anchored in kyska harbor

Lat 52.25, Long 178.22


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16 June 1904

Steaming in column, natural order, until 5:00 when squadron hove to, head to wind and sea. Bent storm main trysail. Carried away starboard gangway ladder rounding to.

Set clocks back 10 minutes.

Resumed place in column, at 11:55 steaming on S. 74oW. pl. reading 87.8.

At 1.25 sighted land bearing S1/4E (mag), PL. 1.1.

Steering various courses following motions of Flagship into Kyska Bay. At 5:30 hauled in pat. log reading 33.6. At 5:35 called "all hands".

Signal at 5:35 F. to C. W.W. "Wait a minute".

Steaming on various courses, Commanding Officer conning. Anchored at 6:45

L. Young (App 2c) - Placed following men under sentrys charge by order of the commanding Officer:- Young, L. (App 2cl), Scott, E.J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C), Haskamp, G. (A 2C) Thompson, P. J. (A 2C), Johnson, O. (Lds), Denn, F. G. (Corpl), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl) and Kinder, J. I. (C.P.)

E. J. Scott (App 2c) - Placed following men under sentrys charge by order of the commanding Officer:- Young, L. (App 2cl), Scott, E.J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C), Haskamp, G. (A 2C) Thompson, P. J. (A 2C), Johnson, O. (Lds), Denn, F. G. (Corpl), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl) and Kinder, J. I. (C.P.)

G. E. Pettifer (App 2c) - Placed following men under sentrys charge by order of the commanding Officer:- Young, L. (App 2cl), Scott, E.J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C), Haskamp, G. (A 2C) Thompson, P. J. (A 2C), Johnson, O. (Lds), Denn, F. G. (Corpl), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl) and Kinder, J. I. (C.P.)

G. Haskamp (App 2c) - Placed following men under sentrys charge by order of the commanding Officer:- Young, L. (App 2cl), Scott, E.J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C), Haskamp, G. (A 2C) Thompson, P. J. (A 2C), Johnson, O. (Lds), Denn, F. G. (Corpl), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl) and Kinder, J. I. (C.P.)

P. J. Thompson (Lds) - Placed following men under sentrys charge by order of the commanding Officer:- Young, L. (App 2cl), Scott, E.J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C), Haskamp, G. (A 2C) Thompson, P. J. (A 2C), Johnson, O. (Lds), Denn, F. G. (Corpl), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl) and Kinder, J. I. (C.P.)

O. Johnson (Lds) - Placed following men under sentrys charge by order of the commanding Officer:- Young, L. (App 2cl), Scott, E.J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C), Haskamp, G. (A 2C) Thompson, P. J. (A 2C), Johnson, O. (Lds), Denn, F. G. (Corpl), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl) and Kinder, J. I. (C.P.)

F. G. Denn (Corpl) - Placed following men under sentrys charge by order of the commanding Officer:- Young, L. (App 2cl), Scott, E.J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C), Haskamp, G. (A 2C) Thompson, P. J. (A 2C), Johnson, O. (Lds), Denn, F. G. (Corpl), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl) and Kinder, J. I. (C.P.)

K. R. Lee (Mach 2c) - Placed following men under sentrys charge by order of the commanding Officer:- Young, L. (App 2cl), Scott, E.J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C), Haskamp, G. (A 2C) Thompson, P. J. (A 2C), Johnson, O. (Lds), Denn, F. G. (Corpl), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl) and Kinder, J. I. (C.P.)

J. I. Kinder (CP) - Placed following men under sentrys charge by order of the commanding Officer:- Young, L. (App 2cl), Scott, E.J. (A 2C), Pettifer, G. E. (A 2C), Haskamp, G. (A 2C) Thompson, P. J. (A 2C), Johnson, O. (Lds), Denn, F. G. (Corpl), Lee, K. R. (Mch. 2cl) and Kinder, J. I. (C.P.)

Transferred the following men to the U.S.S. Petrel under sentry's charge:- F. G. Denn, (Corp'l U.S.M.C.), O. Johnson, (Lds), L. Young, (A 2C), G. E. Pettifer, (A 2C), E. J. Scott, (A 2C), G. Haskamp, (A 2C), and P. J. Thompson, (A 2C). Signal as follows:- 8:10 C. to P. W.W. "By order of Commander-in-Chief send boat tonight for seven men that belong to you."


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at anchor in kyska harbor aleutian islands

Lat 48.4, Long -123.3


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17 June 1904

USS Petrel - At 5:30 Petrel got underway and went alongside Saturn.

USS Saturn - At 5:30 Petrel got underway and went alongside Saturn.

USS New York - At 10:00 a.m. General Court met aboard U.S.S. New York.

10:15 C. to F. W.W. " Request permission for officers to go ashore and to send hunting party of liberty men." 11:00 F. to Sqd. W.W. " Officers and men may go ashore, but no long range rifles to be taken. Twenty-two Calibre and shot guns only".

Lt. Comdr. Sherman USN - Lt. Com'dr Sherman, Com'dg., U.S.S. Petrel called officially on Com'dg Officer. A. O. Kustel, Elect. 2d class, was issued an acting appointment as Elect. 1st class.

A. O. Kustel (Elec 2c) - Lt. Com'dr Sherman, Com'dg., U.S.S. Petrel called officially on Com'dg Officer. A. O. Kustel, Elect. 2d class, was issued an acting appointment as Elect. 1st class.

USS Marblehead - At 5:10 U.S.S. Marblehead left Collier Nero and anchored off starboard bow of Concord. Collier Nero shoved off from New York at 6:10 and anchored off beam of Concord. At 7:10 got underway and warped ship alongside Collier and got ready for coaling. Signals:- 5:50 F. to C. W.W. " Go alongside of Nero, either tonight or tomorrow morning at four oclock. Go along on her starboard side abreast of after hatches."

US Collier Nero - At 5:10 U.S.S. Marblehead left Collier Nero and anchored off starboard bow of Concord. Collier Nero shoved off from New York at 6:10 and anchored off beam of Concord. At 7:10 got underway and warped ship alongside Collier and got ready for coaling. Signals:- 5:50 F. to C. W.W. " Go alongside of Nero, either tonight or tomorrow morning at four oclock. Go along on her starboard side abreast of after hatches."


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at anchor in kyska harbor aleutian islands

Lat 48.4, Long -123.3


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18 June 1904

USS Bennington - U.S.S. Bennington made fast alongside Collier at 4:20. Commenced coaling from Collier at 6:00 a.m., taking in for watch 30 tons 540 lbs.

coal: 30 tons 540 lb - U.S.S. Bennington made fast alongside Collier at 4:20. Commenced coaling from Collier at 6:00 a.m., taking in for watch 30 tons 540 lbs.

US Collier Nero - Engaged in coaling ship from the Collier Nero. The Com'dg. Officer made an official call on the U.S.S. Petrel.

USS Petrel - Engaged in coaling ship from the Collier Nero. The Com'dg. Officer made an official call on the U.S.S. Petrel.

coal: 120 tons - took on board 120 tons.

coal: 84 tons 1700 lb - Coaled ship until 3:40 took on board 84 tons 1700 lbs.

Signals as follows:- 1:15 F to Sq'd. W.W. " Be prepared to get underway at five oclock tomorrow morning speed nine and a quarter knots for fifteen hours, After that ten knots." 3:55 C. to F. W.W. " Request permission to haul off and anchor in shoal water." 4:00 F. to C. Affirmative.

At 4:25 unmoored ship from the Collier "Nero" and stood in toward beach, at 5:05 anchored in 7 fathoms of water and veered chain to 17 fathoms on stb'd chain.

Made preparations for sea.

K. R. Lee (Mach 2c) - By order of the Com'dg Officer, released from sentry's charge and made prisoner-at-large K. R. Lee, (Mch 2c) and J. Kinder, (C.P.).

Signals as follows:- F to C. W.W. " Obey orders, send report of changes at once." 8:45 C. to F. W.W. " Report of changes was sent from Concord this p.m. and delivered to the officer of the deck on board the Flagship." 9:00 F to C. W.W. " Reports traced and found, please consider previous signal withdrawn."

J. I. Kinder (CP) - By order of the Com'dg Officer, released from sentry's charge and made prisoner-at-large K. R. Lee, (Mch 2c) and J. Kinder, (C.P.).


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at anchor in kyska harbor and enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 52.05, Long 178.78


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19 June 1904

At 5:00 called "all hands" and hove up stb'd anchor. Formed column, natural order on Flagship. Steered various courses out of harbor, following motions of F.

9:50 F. to Sq'd. W.W. " Be prepared to make ten knots at two oclock,"

C. J. Smith (Sea) - C. J. Smith (Sea) given an acting appointment as Yeoman 3d class from June 1st, 1904.


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at sea enroute to bremerton washington

Lat 50.98, Long -175.87


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19 June 1904

Steaming on course N. 81oE (pc) in column, natural order.

J. R. Jones (Lds) - Held mast at 9:00, Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Jones, J. R. (Lds.) Neglect of duty, sitting down on lookout - 8 hours extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 1C) fighting - 2 conduct class and 8 hours extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S) Disobedience - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D. (Lds) shirking and making evasive statement to officer of the deck - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D )Lds(, Shores, G. A. (Pv't) and Philbrick, W. (Lds) late hammocks - each, two hours extra duty. Philbrick, W. (Lds) not answering to his name and avoiding master-at-arms - 24 hours double irons. Miller, G. (F. 2C) Late hammock four mornings in succession - 8 hours extra duty and to be called 15 minutes ahead of time for one week. McCann, C. W. (OS), Vail, W. D. (Lds) and Philbrick, W. (Lds), placed in double irons by order of Com'dg Officer.

J. O'Brien (Lds) - Held mast at 9:00, Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Jones, J. R. (Lds.) Neglect of duty, sitting down on lookout - 8 hours extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 1C) fighting - 2 conduct class and 8 hours extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S) Disobedience - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D. (Lds) shirking and making evasive statement to officer of the deck - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D )Lds(, Shores, G. A. (Pv't) and Philbrick, W. (Lds) late hammocks - each, two hours extra duty. Philbrick, W. (Lds) not answering to his name and avoiding master-at-arms - 24 hours double irons. Miller, G. (F. 2C) Late hammock four mornings in succession - 8 hours extra duty and to be called 15 minutes ahead of time for one week. McCann, C. W. (OS), Vail, W. D. (Lds) and Philbrick, W. (Lds), placed in double irons by order of Com'dg Officer.

A. A. Tritt (App 1c) - Held mast at 9:00, Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Jones, J. R. (Lds.) Neglect of duty, sitting down on lookout - 8 hours extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 1C) fighting - 2 conduct class and 8 hours extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S) Disobedience - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D. (Lds) shirking and making evasive statement to officer of the deck - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D )Lds(, Shores, G. A. (Pv't) and Philbrick, W. (Lds) late hammocks - each, two hours extra duty. Philbrick, W. (Lds) not answering to his name and avoiding master-at-arms - 24 hours double irons. Miller, G. (F. 2C) Late hammock four mornings in succession - 8 hours extra duty and to be called 15 minutes ahead of time for one week. McCann, C. W. (OS), Vail, W. D. (Lds) and Philbrick, W. (Lds), placed in double irons by order of Com'dg Officer.

C. W. McCann (OS) - Held mast at 9:00, Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Jones, J. R. (Lds.) Neglect of duty, sitting down on lookout - 8 hours extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 1C) fighting - 2 conduct class and 8 hours extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S) Disobedience - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D. (Lds) shirking and making evasive statement to officer of the deck - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D )Lds(, Shores, G. A. (Pv't) and Philbrick, W. (Lds) late hammocks - each, two hours extra duty. Philbrick, W. (Lds) not answering to his name and avoiding master-at-arms - 24 hours double irons. Miller, G. (F. 2C) Late hammock four mornings in succession - 8 hours extra duty and to be called 15 minutes ahead of time for one week. McCann, C. W. (OS), Vail, W. D. (Lds) and Philbrick, W. (Lds), placed in double irons by order of Com'dg Officer.

W. D. Vail (Lds) - Held mast at 9:00, Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Jones, J. R. (Lds.) Neglect of duty, sitting down on lookout - 8 hours extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 1C) fighting - 2 conduct class and 8 hours extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S) Disobedience - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D. (Lds) shirking and making evasive statement to officer of the deck - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D )Lds(, Shores, G. A. (Pv't) and Philbrick, W. (Lds) late hammocks - each, two hours extra duty. Philbrick, W. (Lds) not answering to his name and avoiding master-at-arms - 24 hours double irons. Miller, G. (F. 2C) Late hammock four mornings in succession - 8 hours extra duty and to be called 15 minutes ahead of time for one week. McCann, C. W. (OS), Vail, W. D. (Lds) and Philbrick, W. (Lds), placed in double irons by order of Com'dg Officer.

W. Philbrick (Lds) - Held mast at 9:00, Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Jones, J. R. (Lds.) Neglect of duty, sitting down on lookout - 8 hours extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 1C) fighting - 2 conduct class and 8 hours extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S) Disobedience - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D. (Lds) shirking and making evasive statement to officer of the deck - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D )Lds(, Shores, G. A. (Pv't) and Philbrick, W. (Lds) late hammocks - each, two hours extra duty. Philbrick, W. (Lds) not answering to his name and avoiding master-at-arms - 24 hours double irons. Miller, G. (F. 2C) Late hammock four mornings in succession - 8 hours extra duty and to be called 15 minutes ahead of time for one week. McCann, C. W. (OS), Vail, W. D. (Lds) and Philbrick, W. (Lds), placed in double irons by order of Com'dg Officer.

G. A. Shores (PM) - Held mast at 9:00, Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Jones, J. R. (Lds.) Neglect of duty, sitting down on lookout - 8 hours extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 1C) fighting - 2 conduct class and 8 hours extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S) Disobedience - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D. (Lds) shirking and making evasive statement to officer of the deck - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D )Lds(, Shores, G. A. (Pv't) and Philbrick, W. (Lds) late hammocks - each, two hours extra duty. Philbrick, W. (Lds) not answering to his name and avoiding master-at-arms - 24 hours double irons. Miller, G. (F. 2C) Late hammock four mornings in succession - 8 hours extra duty and to be called 15 minutes ahead of time for one week. McCann, C. W. (OS), Vail, W. D. (Lds) and Philbrick, W. (Lds), placed in double irons by order of Com'dg Officer.

G. H. Miller (Fire 2c) - Held mast at 9:00, Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Jones, J. R. (Lds.) Neglect of duty, sitting down on lookout - 8 hours extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 1C) fighting - 2 conduct class and 8 hours extra duty. Tritt, A. A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hrs. extra duty. McCann, C. W. (O'S) Disobedience - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D. (Lds) shirking and making evasive statement to officer of the deck - 24 hours double irons. Vail, W. D )Lds(, Shores, G. A. (Pv't) and Philbrick, W. (Lds) late hammocks - each, two hours extra duty. Philbrick, W. (Lds) not answering to his name and avoiding master-at-arms - 24 hours double irons. Miller, G. (F. 2C) Late hammock four mornings in succession - 8 hours extra duty and to be called 15 minutes ahead of time for one week. McCann, C. W. (OS), Vail, W. D. (Lds) and Philbrick, W. (Lds), placed in double irons by order of Com'dg Officer.

Set clocks ahead 18 minutes.


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 51.20, Long -169.83


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20 June 1904

Steaming on course N. 74oE (pc) in column, natural order.

C. W. McCann (OS) - McCann, C. W. (O'S), Vail, W. D. (Lds), and Philbrick, W. (Lds) were released from confinement and restored to duty by order of the Com'dg Officer, their terms of confinement having expired.

W. Philbrick (Lds) - McCann, C. W. (O'S), Vail, W. D. (Lds), and Philbrick, W. (Lds) were released from confinement and restored to duty by order of the Com'dg Officer, their terms of confinement having expired.

W. D. Vail (Lds) - McCann, C. W. (O'S), Vail, W. D. (Lds), and Philbrick, W. (Lds) were released from confinement and restored to duty by order of the Com'dg Officer, their terms of confinement having expired.

Stodmeister (App 1c) - Stodtmeister, E. F. (A 1C) was given an acting appointment as gunner's mate 3d class from June 1st, 1904.

USS Bennington - At 11:30 Bennington's starboard air pump broke down.


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at sea enroute to bremerton washington

Lat 51.77, Long -164.08


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21 June 1904

In column, natural order, on course N. 68oE (pc).

At 11:30 set clocks ahead 23 minutes.


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at sea enroute to bremerton washington

Lat 52.20, Long -157.47


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22 June 1904

On course N. 65oE. (psc).

Set clocks ahead 25 minutes at 11:05.

At 8:20 passed an American steamer on starboard hand bound West.


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 52.10, Long -150.70


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23 June 1904

Steaming on course n. 75oE. (pc), in column, natural order.

Set clocks ahead 25 minutes.


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 51.80, Long -144.48


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24 June 1904

In column, natural order, on course, N. 78oE. (pc). Sighted steamer's lights at 2:30 two points abaft starboard beam, heading Westward.

From 7:00 to 8:00 sounded fog signal. At 7:20 Bennington made break down fog signal. Answered - stopped both engines and put the helm to port. After passing Bennington went ahead half speed following motions of F. which had also slowed to half speed.

Set clocks ahead 24 minutes during watch.

USS Bennington - Sounded fog signal during watch. At 5:19 Bennington broke despatch flag. Slowed to half speed.


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 51.12, Long -138.35


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25 June 1904

Course N. 80oE (psc).

Sounded fog signal till 3:00.

Set clocks ahead 24 minutes at 11:06.

Sounded fog whistle during watch.


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 50.20, Long -132.10


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26 June 1904

Steaming on course N. 83oE (pc), in column, natural order.

USS Bennington - Bennington dropped astern at 5:00. Slowed down to half speed at 7:10. Went ahead full speed at 7:25.

7:05 F. to C. Sound. " Can you hear the whistle of N." 7:06 C. to F. Sound. "Yes."

J. G. Burke (Corpl) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

E. F. York (App 2c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

B. A. Peters (Lds) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

C. O. Rundle (App 1c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

J. B. Straight (App 1c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

O. R. Downham (App 1c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

R. Hess (OS) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

A. W. Hone (OS) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

H. Quandt (OS) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

C. Schanel (App 2c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

R. B. Rogers (OS) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

M. Dunn (Sea) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

P. A. Shearer (App 2c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

F. Arnell (Lds) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Burke, J. G. (Corp'l), Neglect of duty and insolence - 24 hours solitary confinement. York, E. F. (A. 1C), Peters, B. A. (OS). Rundle, C. O. (A 1C), Downham, O. R. (A 1C) and Straight, J. B. (A 1C) Late hammocks - each, 2 hours extra duty. Hess, R. (O'S), Quandt, H. (O'S), Hone, A. W. (O'S), and Schanel, C. (A 2C), Talking at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Schanel, C. (A 2C), Rogers, R. B. (O'S), Dunn, M. (Sea) and Shearer, P.A. (A. 2C) Late at quarters - 2 hours extra duty, each. Arnell, F. (Lds) turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck - 24 hours double irons.By order of the C.O. placed Arnell, F. (Lds) in confinement in double irons to be confined for 24 hours for turning in hammock on berth deck while watch was on deck, and Burke, J. G. (Corp'l) for neglect of duty and insolence - (24 hours) in solitary confinement.

Signals as follows: 9:00 F. to C. W.W. " Make sail." 10:00 F to Sq'd W.W. " Make out reports of repairs necessary and desirable according to Regulations and send them to C.C. promptly on our arrival. All reports must be made out as required by regulation but sub-divided under these heads so that the list of work to be done by ships force and by Navy Yard shall be separate."

10:35 F to Sq'd W.W. " Make reports on Navy Yard work in duplicate".


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at sea enroute to bremerton wash

Lat 48.95, Long -126.13


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27 June 1904

beale light abeam at 341 dist 74 miles sighted land on starboard bow at 330

Lat 51.2, Long 1.4

In column, natural order, on course N.87oE. (pc). Passed steamer heading Westward about 2:00.

Sighted land along port beam at day break.

By order of Commanding Officer and on the recommendation of Quarterly Board of Survey, condemned and threw overboard 72 lbs butter.

F. Arnell (Lds) - By order of Commanding Officer released from confinement in double irons Arnell, F. (Lds), and Burke, J.G (Corp'l) from solitary confinement, at expiration of sentences.

J. G. Burke (Corpl) - By order of Commanding Officer released from confinement in double irons Arnell, F. (Lds), and Burke, J.G (Corp'l) from solitary confinement, at expiration of sentences.

SS Santa Clara - Passed steamer "Santa Clara" heading West about 1:15. Hoisted colors at 1:15.

Passed several steamers during watch. Slowed to eight knots at 11:18. Dense fog during last part of watch.

9:10 F to Sq'd. Ard. " Do not get outside of bearing, but keep a good four hundred yards from your next ahead." 10:30 F to C. Torch. " Tonight the regular long blast will be blown for fog signal. When F. makes her letter then ships will follow with theirs. Repeat to M. and M. to N. "


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enroute and at buoy off navy yard bremerton washington

Lat 47.63, Long -122.45


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28 June 1904

USS New York - In column, (F. C. W. & N.) at distance. Course N.69oE. (psc) until 1:25 when changed to N.80oE. (psc) following motions of F.

USS Bennington - In column, (F. C. W. & N.) at distance. Course N.69oE. (psc) until 1:25 when changed to N.80oE. (psc) following motions of F.

USS Marblehead - In column, (F. C. W. & N.) at distance. Course N.69oE. (psc) until 1:25 when changed to N.80oE. (psc) following motions of F.

Course established by steering on bearing of Flagship, while in sight. Sounded fog signals at intervals during watch.

At 3:35 passed a steamer on port hand bound West.

Signals as follows:- 1:00 F to C. Ard." You came too close at times."

Steaming on course S.69oE. (pc) in column, F. C. M. N. until 4:40, backed full speed to avoid running aground, p.l/ 64.8. At 4:41 stopped both engines. At 5:00 went ahead slow on course S.W. pc. for one mile. At 5:25 went ahead ten knots on course S.S.E. (pc).

At 8:09 sighted New York and anchored in obedience to signal near New York at 8:54. Anchorage as follows: Possession Pt. N.E.5/8N. Indian Pt. N.N.W.3/4NW. Fog cleared away at 9:05, and got underway at 9:47 in order of New York, Concord, Marblehead and Bennignton, and headed up Sound following motions of New York, on courses various until end of watch.

Set clocks ahead 24 minutes at 11:06 A.M.

At 1:23 in obedience to signal moored to buoy off Navy Yard Dock, Bremerton, Wash., and shackled in the port ~~~~. Sent side cleaners over the side. Rigged out boats for port. At 1:30 C. O. visited the Flagship, and returned at 2:10. Allowed fires to die out, except in boiler "D."

K. R. Lee (Mach 2c) - By order of the C.O. placed the following prisoners-at-large under sentry's charge: Lee, K.R. (Mch 2cl), Kinder, J. I. (CP) and Tuzzi, M. (Lds).

J. I. Kinder (CP) - By order of the C.O. placed the following prisoners-at-large under sentry's charge: Lee, K.R. (Mch 2cl), Kinder, J. I. (CP) and Tuzzi, M. (Lds).

M. Tuzzi (Lds) - By order of the C.O. placed the following prisoners-at-large under sentry's charge: Lee, K.R. (Mch 2cl), Kinder, J. I. (CP) and Tuzzi, M. (Lds).

USS Philadelphia - At 4:55 C.O. of Phildelphia visited the ship officially.

Divisions were marched aft and the proceedings and sentence of the S.C.M. in the case of K. R. Lee (Mch. 2cl) Specification." Absent from ship without authority and absent from station and duty." Specification proved. Sentence as mitigated by the C.O. approved. Sentence "Solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for 7 days, full ration every 5th day and to lose 2 months pay, amounting to $80.00. loss of pay referred to Secretary of the Navy. Signal at 8:15 F to Sq'd. G. S. 708. By order of C.O. placed K. R. Lee, (Mch 2c) in sol. confinement, in d. I. on b. & w. for 7 days, full ration every 5th day, in pursuance of sentence of S.C.M.

Signal at 9:20 F. to Sq'd. W.W. " Flagship with C. M. and N. will go to Tacoma on Saturday about ~ a. m. and remain there until after the Tenth. The same brigade organization which landed in Honolulu will probably paticipate in the fourth of July parade in Tacoma."


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bremerton washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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29 June 1904

US Collier Nero - At 4:30 U.S. Collier "Nero" came in and anchored.

USS Albany - The Captain of the Navy Yard and Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Albany made official calls on the Commanding Officer.

USS Vicksburg - At 11:15 the U.S.S. Vicksburg anchored.

USS Philadelphia - The Commanding Officer made official calls on the Commandant - Commanding Officers of the U.S.S. Albany and U.S.S. Philadelphia.

The Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Vicksburg made an official call on the Commanding Officer.

Signals as follows. 5:08 C. to M. W.W. " To Captain Phelps: Will you join Nazro and Niles at dinner with me tonight - six thirty. Sig. Perkins." 5:30 M. C. W.W. " to Captain Perkins: Sorry, have previous engagement. Sig. Captain Phelps."


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at buoy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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30 June 1904

USS Marblehead - Marblehead got underway at 6:30 and went alongside coal docks.

USS Vicksburg - The C.O. visited the U.S.S. Vicksburg, officially.

Signals as follows:- 8:50 N. to C. Sema. " To Lt. Scales - cannot examine yeoman today on account of absence of one member of board. Sig. Herbert."

Rear Admiral Barsley USN - Signals as follows:- 8:50 N. to C. Sema. " To Lt. Scales - cannot examine yeoman today on account of absence of one member of board. Sig. Herbert."



LOGS FOR JULY 1904


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off bremerton

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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1 July 1904

Commence and until 4 a.m. - Overcast. Drizzling rain last part. Light breeze from South. Barometer rising.


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bremerton wash underway and at anchor off tacoma wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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2 July 1904


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at anchor tacoma washington

Lat 47.3, Long -122.4


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3 July 1904

J. Franklin (CP) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

J. McKone (fire 1c) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

T. T. Towns (Fire 2c) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

W. I. Cherry (CP) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

F. Nerieus (Fire 2c) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

D. F. Marion (OS) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

Chatfield Christiancy Staley (App 1c) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

R. Hill (Lds) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

J. F. Quann (OS) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

E. D. Myrick (BosM 1c) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

A. A. Tritt (App 1c) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

C. A. Rodman (App 1c) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

C. Brown (Sea) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

F. Striebig (Cook Sh 4c) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

E. J. Tucker (Corpl) - Held mast at 9:00. Com'dg Officer awarded punishments as follows:- Franklin, J. (C.P.) going into another man's ditty box and using provoking and threatening words - 24 hours double irons. McKone, J. (F 1C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.) and Nerieus, F. (F 2C) Assaulting a ship mate - each 24 hours double irons. Marion, D. F. (O'S), threatening C.B.M. - 24 hours double irons. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) swearing - 2d class and 21 hours extra duty. Hill, R. (Lds) Not standing by hammocks - 2 hours extra duty. Quann, J. F. (O'S) ditty box in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Myrick, E. D. (B.M 1C) slow in obeying orders - 2 hours extra duty. Tritt, A.A. (A 1C) Clothing in lucky bag - 2 hours extra duty. Rodman, C.A. (A 1C) Not answering call for side boys, and disobedience of orders - 24 hours extra duty and not to leave starboard gangway without permission of Officer of the Deck for two days. Brown, C. (Sea) using profane language - 2d Class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C) using profane launguage - 4th Class and 2 hours extra duty. Tucker, E. J. (Corp), 46 hours overleave - 4th cl. and 24 hours extra duty.

Following men were placed in double irons for 24 hours by order of Com'dg Officer:- Franklin, J. (C.P.), McKone, J. (F 2C), Towns, T. T. (F 2C), Cherry, W. I. (C.P.), Nerieus F. (F 2C) and Marion, D. F. (O'S).

Signals:- 8:50 F. to Sq'd. " Ships will full dress ship tomorrow from 8. A.M. till Sunset and fire national salute at noon commencing with first gun on F." 9:35 F. to Sq'd. " Send in entries for boat races at once. List not received."

10:40 F. to Sqd. " Suspend drills and exercises until Tuesday night."

Signals:- 12:10 F. to C. " Keep racing boats crews in same dress except coxswain."

L. De Vos (Fire 2c) - De Vos, L. (F. 2C) returned eleven hours overtime.

Signals as follows:- 8:35 F to C. W.W. "Brigade will be landed at 9:15 tomorrow. Sig. Lozaz." 9:25 F to Sq'd Ard. " Full dress ship tomorrow and fire National salute at noon. " 9:30 F to Sqd. Ard. " Commanding Officers and one aide meet C. and C. at boat landing on shore at 10 oclock tomorrow morning. Uniform, dress." 9:35 F. to Sq'd. Ard. " Signal names of not more than four officers who will attend base ball tomorrow afternoon as guests of Mayor."


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at anchor off tacoma washington

Lat 47.3, Long -122.4


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4 July 1904


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at anchor off tacoma wash

Lat 47.3, Long -122.4


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5 July 1904


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at anchor off tacoma wash underway and at buoy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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6 July 1904


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at anchor off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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7 July 1904


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at buoy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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8 July 1904

USS Marblehead - At 2:15 Marblehead shifted berth.

USAT Dix - At 5:31 U.S. Army Transport "Dix" got underway.


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at buoy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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9 July 1904

Lieut. C. M. Stone USN - Lt. Stone, U.S.N. Ensign Huff, U.S.N., and Paymaster J. Brooks, U.S.N. left ship on board of survey on board U.S.S. Bennington.

Ensign Charles P. Huff USN - Lt. Stone, U.S.N. Ensign Huff, U.S.N., and Paymaster J. Brooks, U.S.N. left ship on board of survey on board U.S.S. Bennington.

J. Brooks (Paymaster) - Lt. Stone, U.S.N. Ensign Huff, U.S.N., and Paymaster J. Brooks, U.S.N. left ship on board of survey on board U.S.S. Bennington.


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at buoy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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9 July 1904


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at buoy off bremerton wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6


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10 July 1904

William Irving Kinder (CP) - The C.O. inspected the crew at quarters, and inspected the ship. Divisions were marched aft and that part of General Court Martial Order No. 5, relating to James Irving Kinder, (C.P.) was published. Charge - "Desertion". Accused found guilty. Sentence - To be confined in such place as the Secretary of the Navy may direct for a period of six (6) months; to perform extra police duties during this term and to lose all pay and allowances, which may become due him during said confinement, except the sum of three (3) dollars a month for necessary prison expenses, and a further sum of twenty - (20) dollars to be paid him on the expiration of his confinement.

J. Hayden (Cox) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

Chatfield Christiancy Staley (App 1c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

F. J. Canty (PM) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

P. A. Shearer (App 2c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

J. J. Ross (Ch. Mach) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

A. F. Striebig (Cook Sh 4c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

F. M. Widgeon (App 2c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

E. Lally (Sea) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

V. B. Johnson (Lds) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

L. De Vos (Fire 2c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

C. A. McCracken (Fire 2c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

C. E. Blakeney (Fire 2c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

W. D. Nordeck (Fire 2c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

C. E. Lawson (Mach 1c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

M. W. Kendrick (OS) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

R. E. Strathearn (App 1c) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Peters, H. (F 1C) 3 hours overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs extra duty. Reese, W. F. (Lds), taking another man's ditty box and erasing Number - 24 hours double irons. Quandt, H. (O'S), not cleaning lamps properly, and insolence to a petty officer 24 hours double irons.

J. Linder (Lds) - The C.O. awarded the following punishments:- Hayden, J. (Cox), drunk on duty the 4th- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water; Drunk on duty the 5th - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. Staley, C.C. (A 1C) 13 1/2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 12 hrs. extra duty. Canty, F. J. (Pv't) and Shearer, P.A. (A 2C) - leaving ship without permission - 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water each. Ross, J.J. (Ch. Mch) - 11/2 hours overleave and drunk - 2d class and 2 hours extra duty. Striebig, A. F. (SC 4C), hoisting speed cone without orders - 2 hrs. extra duty. Widgeon, F. M. (A 2C), 72 hours overleave - 4th class and 70 hours extra duty. Lally, E. (Sea), 34 hours overleave and tight - 4th class and 30 hours extra duty. Johnson, V. B. (Lds) 48 hours overleave - 4th class and 48 hrs extra duty. De Vos, L. (F 2C), 11 hours overleave - 2 class and 10 hrs. extra duty; McCracken, C.A. (F 2C), 96 hours overleave - 4 class 2 months and 50 hrs. extra duty. Blakeney, C.O. (F 2C), 75 hrs. overleave, - 4 class and 75 hrs. extra duty; Nordeck, W.D. (F 2C), 45 hrs. overleave - 4 class & 45 hrs. extra duty. Lawson, C.E. (Mch 1C), 51 hrs. overleave, 4 class & 50 hrs. extra duty. Kendrick, M.W. (O'S), Linder, J. (Lds), Strathearn, R.E. (A 1C) and Tritt, A.A. (A 1C), each, 48 hours overleave - 4th class & 48 hrs. extra duty. Bush, C. (O'S), 27 hrs. overleave - 4 class and 27 hrs. extra duty. Watson, W.H. (C.P.), McGraw, B. (Sea), Schmidt, K.E (A 1C), and McCann, C.W. (O'S), each, 24 hrs overleave, each, 4th class & 24 hrs. extra duty. Kerr, W. (A 1C), 3 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 3 hrs. extra duty. O'Brien, J. (F 2C), 2 hrs. overleave - 3d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Snyder, C.C. (Pv't), Hoffmaster, R.D. (Pv't), Distel, H. (Pv't), and Vail, W D. (Lds), each - 2 1/2 hrs. overleave - each,- 2d class and 2 hrs. extra duty. Vandoit, P. (S.M.M.) 1 1/2 hrs. overleave - 2d class and 1 hr. extra duty. Schildhauer, J.F. (W.T.) and Murphy, J. M (MaA 2cl) each, 1 1/2 hrs overleave - each 2d class an