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LOG BOOK – JANUARY 1st 1907 TO AUGUST 28th 1907


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LOGS FOR JANUARY 1907


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hong kong china

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2


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1 January 1907


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hong kong china

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2


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1 January 1907


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hong kong china

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2


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2 January 1907


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at anchor off hong kong china

Lat 21.75, Long 114.83


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3 January 1907

B. F. Lusty (Ships Cook 4c) - The Commanding Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Lusty,B.F. S.C.4c "Absent from the ship without permission while a prisoner-at-large"-S.C.M. McKlintock,J.R. O.S. "Absent from the ship without permission"-S.C.M. Hunsicker,A.D. O.S. "Out of uniform at Sunday inspection"- 8 hours extra duty. Cunningham,L. O.S. "Not going to their stations when the word was passed"-each,8 hours extra duty. Frans,C.L. O.S. Spivak,S. O.S. Walther,R.W. cprsmth. "24 hours overleave from liberty"- 21 days restriction and 3rd class.

J. R. McKlintock (OS) - The Commanding Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Lusty,B.F. S.C.4c "Absent from the ship without permission while a prisoner-at-large"-S.C.M. McKlintock,J.R. O.S. "Absent from the ship without permission"-S.C.M. Hunsicker,A.D. O.S. "Out of uniform at Sunday inspection"- 8 hours extra duty. Cunningham,L. O.S. "Not going to their stations when the word was passed"-each,8 hours extra duty. Frans,C.L. O.S. Spivak,S. O.S. Walther,R.W. cprsmth. "24 hours overleave from liberty"- 21 days restriction and 3rd class.

A. D. Hunsicker (OS) - The Commanding Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Lusty,B.F. S.C.4c "Absent from the ship without permission while a prisoner-at-large"-S.C.M. McKlintock,J.R. O.S. "Absent from the ship without permission"-S.C.M. Hunsicker,A.D. O.S. "Out of uniform at Sunday inspection"- 8 hours extra duty. Cunningham,L. O.S. "Not going to their stations when the word was passed"-each,8 hours extra duty. Frans,C.L. O.S. Spivak,S. O.S. Walther,R.W. cprsmth. "24 hours overleave from liberty"- 21 days restriction and 3rd class.

L. Cunningham (OS) - The Commanding Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Lusty,B.F. S.C.4c "Absent from the ship without permission while a prisoner-at-large"-S.C.M. McKlintock,J.R. O.S. "Absent from the ship without permission"-S.C.M. Hunsicker,A.D. O.S. "Out of uniform at Sunday inspection"- 8 hours extra duty. Cunningham,L. O.S. "Not going to their stations when the word was passed"-each,8 hours extra duty. Frans,C.L. O.S. Spivak,S. O.S. Walther,R.W. cprsmth. "24 hours overleave from liberty"- 21 days restriction and 3rd class.

C. L. Frans (OS) - The Commanding Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Lusty,B.F. S.C.4c "Absent from the ship without permission while a prisoner-at-large"-S.C.M. McKlintock,J.R. O.S. "Absent from the ship without permission"-S.C.M. Hunsicker,A.D. O.S. "Out of uniform at Sunday inspection"- 8 hours extra duty. Cunningham,L. O.S. "Not going to their stations when the word was passed"-each,8 hours extra duty. Frans,C.L. O.S. Spivak,S. O.S. Walther,R.W. cprsmth. "24 hours overleave from liberty"- 21 days restriction and 3rd class.

S. Spivak (OS) - The Commanding Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Lusty,B.F. S.C.4c "Absent from the ship without permission while a prisoner-at-large"-S.C.M. McKlintock,J.R. O.S. "Absent from the ship without permission"-S.C.M. Hunsicker,A.D. O.S. "Out of uniform at Sunday inspection"- 8 hours extra duty. Cunningham,L. O.S. "Not going to their stations when the word was passed"-each,8 hours extra duty. Frans,C.L. O.S. Spivak,S. O.S. Walther,R.W. cprsmth. "24 hours overleave from liberty"- 21 days restriction and 3rd class.

R. W. Walther (Copsmth) - The Commanding Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Lusty,B.F. S.C.4c "Absent from the ship without permission while a prisoner-at-large"-S.C.M. McKlintock,J.R. O.S. "Absent from the ship without permission"-S.C.M. Hunsicker,A.D. O.S. "Out of uniform at Sunday inspection"- 8 hours extra duty. Cunningham,L. O.S. "Not going to their stations when the word was passed"-each,8 hours extra duty. Frans,C.L. O.S. Spivak,S. O.S. Walther,R.W. cprsmth. "24 hours overleave from liberty"- 21 days restriction and 3rd class.


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at anchor off hong kong china

Lat 22.3, Long 114.1


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3 January 1907

at 415 took departure from wag lan lighthouse bearing s22ow mag distance1 1 13 mile pll read 13

Lat 34.2, Long 132.6

Made preparations for getting underway. The armored cruisers left the harbor at 1000. The Captain left the ship at 10:30.

PA Surg A. E. Peck USN - A summary court-martial of which A.E. Peck, P.A. Surgeon, U.S.N. was senior member, met at 1002, for the trial of John Phillip (sea.) and adjourned at 1015 to await the action of the convening authority.

John W. Phillip (Sea) - A summary court-martial of which A.E. Peck, P.A. Surgeon, U.S.N. was senior member, met at 1002, for the trial of John Phillip (sea.) and adjourned at 1015 to await the action of the convening authority.

The Captain returned on board at 130. Unmoored and got underway at 215. Standing out of Hong Kong with the Navigator at the conn. The Captain was on the bridge conning out. Steaming under boilers "A" "C", and "D", making the best speed possible. Passed an English cruiser and a torpedo boat.

Passed several junks. Com'd'g Officer awarded the following punishments (see list appended).

B. F. Lusty (Ships Cook 4c) - By order of Com'd'g. Officer, Lusty, B.F. (S.C.4c) and McKlintock, J. R. (OS) were made prisoners-at-large to await trial by Summary Court-Martial. Avera, H. R. (os) was released from confinement and restored to duty. Beeler, C. (c.p.) was released from confinement.

J. R. McKlintock (OS) - By order of Com'd'g. Officer, Lusty, B.F. (S.C.4c) and McKlintock, J. R. (OS) were made prisoners-at-large to await trial by Summary Court-Martial. Avera, H. R. (os) was released from confinement and restored to duty. Beeler, C. (c.p.) was released from confinement.

H. R. Avera (OS) - By order of Com'd'g. Officer, Lusty, B.F. (S.C.4c) and McKlintock, J. R. (OS) were made prisoners-at-large to await trial by Summary Court-Martial. Avera, H. R. (os) was released from confinement and restored to duty. Beeler, C. (c.p.) was released from confinement.

C. Beeler (CP) - By order of Com'd'g. Officer, Lusty, B.F. (S.C.4c) and McKlintock, J. R. (OS) were made prisoners-at-large to await trial by Summary Court-Martial. Avera, H. R. (os) was released from confinement and restored to duty. Beeler, C. (c.p.) was released from confinement.

Passed close to a junk at 835. Furled after section of poop awning. Moon rose at 905.


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at sea enroute from hong kong china to cavite pi

Lat 19.57, Long 116.68


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4 January 1907

Steaming under boilers "A" "C" and "D" on course S52oE.(p.s.c.) until 305 when changed course to S36oE.(p.s.c) p.l. 114.6

Put on new register on patent log at 600, old one being broken.

1141 set clock back 22 minutes.

Passed steamer about 900 headed course opposite to this vessel.


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at sea enroute from hong kong china to cavite pi

Lat 15.93, Long 119.12


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5 January 1907

at 607 sighted capones light bearing s76o30e mag

Lat 36.9, Long 7.8

Steaming on course S38oE. (p.s.c.) under boilers "A" "C" and "D" with fore and main staysails set.

Went ahead with regular field day. Set the clocks ahead 11 minutes.

B. F. Lusty (Ships Cook 4c) - Summary Court-Martial specifications were served on B.F. Lusty (S.C.4.C.) at 935 and J.R. McKlintock (os) at 938 for being absent without leave, by order of the Com'd'g. Officer. At 940, Lusty, B.F. (SC4c) was placed in solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for three days in accordance with punishment assigned by Summary Court-Martial on Nov. 6, 1906.

J. R. McKlintock (OS) - Summary Court-Martial specifications were served on B.F. Lusty (S.C.4.C.) at 935 and J.R. McKlintock (os) at 938 for being absent without leave, by order of the Com'd'g. Officer. At 940, Lusty, B.F. (SC4c) was placed in solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for three days in accordance with punishment assigned by Summary Court-Martial on Nov. 6, 1906.

PA Surg A. E. Peck USN - At 135 a Summary Court Martial of which P.A. Surgeon A.E. Peck, U.S.N., was senior member, met to try the cases of Lusty, B.F. (SC4c) and McKlintock, J.R. (os), and at 215 adjourned to await the action of the convening authority


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6 January 1907

steaming on course s76oe psc under boilers a c and d standing towards la monja

Lat 30.5, Long 117.1

The Health Officer granted the ship pratique.

USS Cincinnati - The Captain left the ship at 945 and called officially on the Commandant of the Yard and the Com'd'r-in-Chief. The Comm'd'g Officer of the Cincinnati called officially on the Com'd'g Officer of this vessel.

The Captain returned at 1255. The Commandant returned the Captain's call. Sent liberty party ashore.

Exchanged visiting parties with ships in harbor.

USS Wilmington - The Wilmington stood into Manila and anchored at 1000.


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7 January 1907

Made preparations for coaling. Liberty party returned.

USS Colorado - At 920 U.S.S. Colorado got underway and stood over to Cavite.

USS Pennsylvania - Com'd'r-in-Chief transferred flag to U.S.S. Pennsylvania which fired a salute of 13 guns. 940 Colorado came to anchor. 955 Com'd'g Officer left the ship and made an official call on Baltimore and Cincinnati. 10:00 General Alava got underway and stood out of harbor. General Court-Martial convened on board Raleigh.

USS Baltimore - Com'd'r-in-Chief transferred flag to U.S.S. Pennsylvania which fired a salute of 13 guns. 940 Colorado came to anchor. 955 Com'd'g Officer left the ship and made an official call on Baltimore and Cincinnati. 10:00 General Alava got underway and stood out of harbor. General Court-Martial convened on board Raleigh.

USS Cincinnati - Com'd'r-in-Chief transferred flag to U.S.S. Pennsylvania which fired a salute of 13 guns. 940 Colorado came to anchor. 955 Com'd'g Officer left the ship and made an official call on Baltimore and Cincinnati. 10:00 General Alava got underway and stood out of harbor. General Court-Martial convened on board Raleigh.

USS General Alava - Com'd'r-in-Chief transferred flag to U.S.S. Pennsylvania which fired a salute of 13 guns. 940 Colorado came to anchor. 955 Com'd'g Officer left the ship and made an official call on Baltimore and Cincinnati. 10:00 General Alava got underway and stood out of harbor. General Court-Martial convened on board Raleigh.

coal: 60 tons - 1010 commenced coaling from two lighters on port side. During watch took on 60 tons.

USS Raleigh - Com'd'r-in-Chief transferred flag to U.S.S. Pennsylvania which fired a salute of 13 guns. 940 Colorado came to anchor. 955 Com'd'g Officer left the ship and made an official call on Baltimore and Cincinnati. 10:00 General Alava got underway and stood out of harbor. General Court-Martial convened on board Raleigh.

C. Kusawsoski (QM 3c) - Kusawsoski, C. (Q.M.3C) was transferred to hospital, Cavite, P.I.

USS Wilmington - 120 Wilmington got underway and stood into Cavite, andchored at 155.

coal: 100 tons - 325 finished coaling, making 100 tons Eureka coal.

Com'd'g Officer of Baltimore called officially at 450

USS Wampatuck - U.S.S. Wampatuck got underway and stood out.


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8 January 1907

B. F. Lusty (Ships Cook 4c) - By order of Com'd'g Officer, Lusty, B.F. (S.C.4c) was released from confinement.

USS Elcano - The Elcano stood into Manila at 945.

Lieut J. E. Walker USN - Lieutenant Walker and Ensign Bagley left the ship at 940 on duty to act as members of a board of investigation on board the U.S.S. Wilmington.

Ensign D. W. Bagley USN - Lieutenant Walker and Ensign Bagley left the ship at 940 on duty to act as members of a board of investigation on board the U.S.S. Wilmington.

USS Wilmington - Lieutenant Walker and Ensign Bagley left the ship at 940 on duty to act as members of a board of investigation on board the U.S.S. Wilmington.

USS General Alava - The General Alava stood in and came to anchor at 105. The U.S.S. Galveston stood in toward Manila at 215.

USS Galveston - The General Alava stood in and came to anchor at 105. The U.S.S. Galveston stood in toward Manila at 215.

Baseball and liberty party went ashore at 315.

USS Colorado - The U.S.S. Colorado got underway and stood over toward Manila at 320.

Lieut F. R. Naile (USN) - Lieut. F. R. Naile, U.S.N. and Lieut. S. Woods, U.S.N. were detached from this vessel and ordered to the U.S.S. Baltimore by order of the Com'd'f-in-Chief, U.S. Asiatic Fleet.

Lieut Stanley Woods USN - Lieut. F. R. Naile, U.S.N. and Lieut. S. Woods, U.S.N. were detached from this vessel and ordered to the U.S.S. Baltimore by order of the Com'd'f-in-Chief, U.S. Asiatic Fleet.


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9 January 1907

USS Raleigh - Raleigh got underway at 605 and stood out toward target range.

J. Lasher (Elec 3c) - At 9:15 Mustered at quarters - absentees - Lasher J. (El 3C) McCluen E.J. (El 2c) Hodge J. (Sea) McDermott A.B. (F 1c) and Higgins J. (Sea)

E. J. McCluen (Elec 2c) - At 9:15 Mustered at quarters - absentees - Lasher J. (El 3C) McCluen E.J. (El 2c) Hodge J. (Sea) McDermott A.B. (F 1c) and Higgins J. (Sea)

J. R. Hodge (Sea) - At 9:15 Mustered at quarters - absentees - Lasher J. (El 3C) McCluen E.J. (El 2c) Hodge J. (Sea) McDermott A.B. (F 1c) and Higgins J. (Sea)

A. B. McDermott (Fire 1c) - At 9:15 Mustered at quarters - absentees - Lasher J. (El 3C) McCluen E.J. (El 2c) Hodge J. (Sea) McDermott A.B. (F 1c) and Higgins J. (Sea)

J. Higgins (Sea) - At 9:15 Mustered at quarters - absentees - Lasher J. (El 3C) McCluen E.J. (El 2c) Hodge J. (Sea) McDermott A.B. (F 1c) and Higgins J. (Sea)

USS Wampatuck - Wampatuck stood out. U.S.S. Galveston stood down and anchored. U.S.S. Chattanooga stood in and anchored off Manilla.

USS Galveston - Wampatuck stood out. U.S.S. Galveston stood down and anchored. U.S.S. Chattanooga stood in and anchored off Manilla.

USS Chattanooga - Wampatuck stood out. U.S.S. Galveston stood down and anchored. U.S.S. Chattanooga stood in and anchored off Manilla.

B. F. Crawford (Sea) - Received following men from U.S.S. Baltimore with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers:- Crawford B.F. (Sea), Eaton R.R. (Sea) & Darden T. R. (Sea).

R. R. Eaton (Sea) - Received following men from U.S.S. Baltimore with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers:- Crawford B.F. (Sea), Eaton R.R. (Sea) & Darden T. R. (Sea).

T. R. Darden (Sea) - Received following men from U.S.S. Baltimore with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers:- Crawford B.F. (Sea), Eaton R.R. (Sea) & Darden T. R. (Sea).

U.S.S. Chattanooga stood over and anchored. Halfmast colors from 310 to 325 following movements of Navy Yard.

U.S.S. Chattanooga got underway and stood out.

D. Hansen (Sea) - Transfered following men with bags, hammocks and necessry transfer papers to U.S.S. Baltimore:- Hansen D. (Sea) Huck F. M. (G.M. 2c) Robertson C.E. (Yeo 1c) Nass B. (F.1.C) Stephenson G. (Ch. El.) Lindskog C.V. (S.M.M.)

F. M. Huck (GunM 3c) - Transfered following men with bags, hammocks and necessry transfer papers to U.S.S. Baltimore:- Hansen D. (Sea) Huck F. M. (G.M. 2c) Robertson C.E. (Yeo 1c) Nass B. (F.1.C) Stephenson G. (Ch. El.) Lindskog C.V. (S.M.M.)

C. E. Robertson (Yeo 1c) - Transfered following men with bags, hammocks and necessry transfer papers to U.S.S. Baltimore:- Hansen D. (Sea) Huck F. M. (G.M. 2c) Robertson C.E. (Yeo 1c) Nass B. (F.1.C) Stephenson G. (Ch. El.) Lindskog C.V. (S.M.M.)

G. Stephenson (Ch Elec) - Transfered following men with bags, hammocks and necessry transfer papers to U.S.S. Baltimore:- Hansen D. (Sea) Huck F. M. (G.M. 2c) Robertson C.E. (Yeo 1c) Nass B. (F.1.C) Stephenson G. (Ch. El.) Lindskog C.V. (S.M.M.)

B. Nass (Fire 1c) - Transfered following men with bags, hammocks and necessry transfer papers to U.S.S. Baltimore:- Hansen D. (Sea) Huck F. M. (G.M. 2c) Robertson C.E. (Yeo 1c) Nass B. (F.1.C) Stephenson G. (Ch. El.) Lindskog C.V. (S.M.M.)

C. V. Lindskog (SailMkrM) - Transfered following men with bags, hammocks and necessry transfer papers to U.S.S. Baltimore:- Hansen D. (Sea) Huck F. M. (G.M. 2c) Robertson C.E. (Yeo 1c) Nass B. (F.1.C) Stephenson G. (Ch. El.) Lindskog C.V. (S.M.M.)


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10 January 1907

USS Paragua - U.S.S. Paragua stood over and anchored.

W. A. Murdock (CookSh 4c) - Mustered at quarters Murdock, W.A. (SC4c) absent.

E. G. Brode (Yeo 2c) - Brode E.G. (Yeo 2c) and Hodge, J. R. (Sea) were transferred to the U.S.S. Baltimore with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers.

J. R. Hodge (Sea) - Brode E.G. (Yeo 2c) and Hodge, J. R. (Sea) were transferred to the U.S.S. Baltimore with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers.

The Com'd'g Officer assigned following punishment:- Hodge, J.R. (sea) "24 hours overleave", - reduced to 3rd conduct class.

Continued drills in preparation for target practice. The Captain left the ship at 200.

USS Cincinnati - At 250 the Cincinnati got underway and stood out to target range. The Com'd'g Officer of the Galveston called officially.

USS Galveston - At 250 the Cincinnati got underway and stood out to target range. The Com'd'g Officer of the Galveston called officially.

Fleet Paymaster inspected and counted Paymaster's foreign money.

E. A. Bayles (OS) - The Captain returned at 615. At 700 Murdock, W. A. (SC4c) returned on board having been absent since yesterday afternoon, when he was sent ashore on duty. At 8:00 Bayles E. (os) ws placed in solitary confinement for 24 hours, by order of the Com'd'g Officer, for smoking on quarter-deck while orderly on watch.

Typhoon signal No. 3 was hoisted about 800.

USS Ranger - Ranger was towed out from Navy Yard and anchored in the bay.


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at anchor off cavite pi

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50874e1609d409075500ee5f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_019_1.jpg)


11 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee61: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_020_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500ee63: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_020_1.jpg)


11 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee65: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_021_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500ee67: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_021_1.jpg)


11 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee69: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_022_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500ee6b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_022_1.jpg)


11 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee6d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_023_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500ee6f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_023_1.jpg)


11 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee71: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_024_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500ee73: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_024_1.jpg)


11 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee75: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_025_0.jpg)


cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500ee77: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_025_1.jpg)


12 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee79: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_026_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500ee7b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_026_1.jpg)


13 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee7d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_027_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi target range

Lat 35.7, Long -0.6


50874e1609d409075500ee7f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_027_1.jpg)


14 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee81: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_028_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi target range

Lat 35.7, Long -0.6

Instrument stored for safety

Instrument stored for safety. Target practice on range.


50874e1609d409075500ee83: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_028_1.jpg)


15 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee85: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_029_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi target range

Lat 35.7, Long -0.6


50874e1609d409075500ee87: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_029_1.jpg)


16 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee89: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_030_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi target range

Lat 35.7, Long -0.6


50874e1609d409075500ee8b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_030_1.jpg)


17 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee8d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_031_0.jpg)


at anchor off manila pi

Lat 14.6, Long 121.0


50874e1609d409075500ee8f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_031_1.jpg)


18 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee91: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_032_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500ee93: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_032_1.jpg)


18 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee95: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_033_0.jpg)


at anchor off manila pi

Lat 14.6, Long 121.0


50874e1609d409075500ee97: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_033_1.jpg)


19 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee99: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_034_0.jpg)


at anchor off manila pi

Lat 14.6, Long 121.0


50874e1609d409075500ee9b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_034_1.jpg)


20 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500ee9d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_035_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500ee9f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_035_1.jpg)


21 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eea1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_036_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500eea3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_036_1.jpg)


21 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eea5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_037_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eea7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_037_1.jpg)


22 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eea9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_038_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500eeab: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_038_1.jpg)


22 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eead: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_039_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eeaf: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_039_1.jpg)


23 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eeb1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_040_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eeb3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_040_1.jpg)


24 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eeb5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_041_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500eeb7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_041_1.jpg)


24 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eeb9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_042_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eebb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_042_1.jpg)


25 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eebd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_043_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eebf: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_043_1.jpg)


26 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eec1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_044_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eec3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_044_1.jpg)


27 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eec5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_045_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eec7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_045_1.jpg)


28 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eec9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_046_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eecb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_046_1.jpg)


29 January 1907

An eclipse of the moon occured during this watch.


50874e1609d409075500eecd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_047_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eecf: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_047_1.jpg)


30 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eed1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_048_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eed3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_048_1.jpg)


30 January 1907


50874e1609d409075500eed5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_049_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eed7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_049_1.jpg)


31 January 1907



LOGS FOR FEBRUARY 1907


50874e1609d409075500eed9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_050_0.jpg)


cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eedb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_050_1.jpg)


1 February 1907

USN Collier Iris - At 5:30 U.S.N. Collier Iris stood in and anchored.

At 10:55 the Flotilla Commander made an official call on the Comd'g Officer.

Com'd'g Officer left the ship at 210 and returned at 605. Baseball, football, and liberty parties left the ship.

Baseball and football parties returned.

Liberty party returned.


50874e1609d409075500eedd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_051_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eedf: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_051_1.jpg)


2 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500eee1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_052_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eee3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_052_1.jpg)


3 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500eee5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_053_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1609d409075500eee7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_053_1.jpg)


4 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500eee9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_054_0.jpg)


at sea enroute from manila to olougapo pi

Lat 14.6, Long 121.0


50874e1609d409075500eeeb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_054_1.jpg)


5 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500eeed: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_055_0.jpg)


at anchor off olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500eeef: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_055_1.jpg)


6 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500eef1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_056_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500eef3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_056_1.jpg)


7 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500eef5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_057_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500eef7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_057_1.jpg)


8 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500eef9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_058_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500eefb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_058_1.jpg)


9 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500eefd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_059_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500eeff: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_059_1.jpg)


10 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef01: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_060_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef03: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_060_1.jpg)


11 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef05: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_061_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500ef07: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_061_1.jpg)


11 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef09: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_062_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef0b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_062_1.jpg)


12 February 1907

A. C. Stout (Yeo 2c) - A. C. Stout (Yeo 2c) was transferred to the U.S.S. Decatur via "Piscataqua" with bag and hammock.

USS Piscataqua - U.S.S. Piscataqua left the harbor at 7:00.

Charles Beeler (CP) - At 9.38 specifications for a S.C.M. were served on Chas. Beeler, C.P. Ralph Arthur Meigs, Ptc. 3c; John Robert McKlintock O.S.

John Robert McKlintock (OS) - At 9.38 specifications for a S.C.M. were served on Chas. Beeler, C.P. Ralph Arthur Meigs, Ptc. 3c; John Robert McKlintock O.S.

Ralph Arthur Meigs (Paint 3c) - At 9.38 specifications for a S.C.M. were served on Chas. Beeler, C.P. Ralph Arthur Meigs, Ptc. 3c; John Robert McKlintock O.S.

Midshipman H. L. Irwin USN - At 1:30 the Battalion left the ship full equipped for the target range. Midn. Irwin in Command.


50874e1609d409075500ef0d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_063_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef0f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_063_1.jpg)


13 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef11: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_064_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef13: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_064_1.jpg)


14 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef15: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_065_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500ef17: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_065_1.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500ef19: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_066_0.jpg)


50874e1609d409075500ef1b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_066_1.jpg)


14 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef1d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_067_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef1f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_067_1.jpg)


15 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef21: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_068_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef23: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_068_1.jpg)


16 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef25: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_069_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef27: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_069_1.jpg)


17 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef29: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_070_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef2b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_070_1.jpg)


18 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef2d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_071_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef2f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_071_1.jpg)


19 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef31: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_072_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef33: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_072_1.jpg)


20 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef35: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_073_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef37: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_073_1.jpg)


20 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef39: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_074_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef3b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_074_1.jpg)


21 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef3d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_075_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef3f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_075_1.jpg)


21 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef41: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_076_0.jpg)


at anchor off olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef43: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_076_1.jpg)


22 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef45: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_077_0.jpg)


at anchor off olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef47: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_077_1.jpg)


23 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef49: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_078_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef4b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_078_1.jpg)


23 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef4d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_079_0.jpg)


at anchor off olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1609d409075500ef4f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_079_1.jpg)


24 February 1907


50874e1609d409075500ef51: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_080_0.jpg)


in dewey drydock olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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25 February 1907


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Lat 14.6, Long 121.0


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26 February 1907

at 425 san nicolas beacon light bore abeam distant 2 miles

Lat 36.9, Long 7.2

Steaming under boilers "A" "B" and "C" on course N64oE. (p.s.c.).

At 5:45 came to anchor in Manila Bay, with ships of the first and second divisions, in 6 fathoms of water, veering to 20 fathoms on starboard chain.

USS Chattanooga - U.S.S. Chattanooga and U.S.S. Raleigh got underway and went to Cavite.

USS Raleigh - U.S.S. Chattanooga and U.S.S. Raleigh got underway and went to Cavite.

Com'd'g Officer left ship to call on Com'd'f-in-Chief. At 1020 Com'd'g Officer returned.

At 1044 got underway and stood over to Cavite.

At 11:25 anchored at Cavite

W. A. McIntyre (Hos App 1c) - McIntyre, W. A. (Hos App. 1c) was sent to flagship in accordance with order to report to the fleet surgeon.

W. E. Splaine (QM 3c) - Splaine, W.E., (Q.M. 3c) transferred to U.S.S. Pennsylvania with bag, hammock, and necessary transfer papers.

Ass't Paymaster Wilson transferred to Asst Paymaster Samas of U.S.S. Raleigh $3993.20 Hong Kong currency.

McIntyre, W.A. (Hos App 1c) returned aboard from flagship.


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27 February 1907

LIberty party returned.

F. Purricker (GunN 1c) - At 1100 rec'd on board from U.S.T.B.D. Decatur with Bag, hammock, and transfer papers, Purricker, F. (G. M. 1c).

USS Chattanooga - At 11:35 the Chattanooga got underway and stood over toward Manila.

R. C. Reed (Sea) - The Com'd'g Officer held mast and assigned the following punishment:- Reed, R.D. (sea) "58 hours overleave from liberty - 34 days deprivation of liberty and 4th class.

O. Sundblad (GunM 1c) - At 115 Sundblad, O. (Q.M.1c) was transferred with bag, hammock and transfer papers to U.S.T.B.D. Decatur.

At 205 the Com'd'g. Officer left the ship.

At 200 the baseball and liberty party left the ship.

Baseball party returned at 500. Com'd'g Officer returned at 600.


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28 February 1907

USS Elcano - U.S.S. Elcano stood into Cavite harbor and anchored at noon.

H.I.G.M.S. Furst Bismark - S.M.S. Fuerst Bismark arrived at Manila and saluted the port and the flag of Com'd'g-in-Chief. Salutes were returned from shore battery and from flgaship respectively.

US Navy Collier Nanshan - At 620 the U.S.N.C. Nanshan anchored in the harbor. Began preparations for coaling.



LOGS FOR MARCH 1907


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1 March 1907

coal: 35 tons - Coal lighters came alongside at 450. Completed preparations for coaling and at 615 began coaling from lighters on both sides. Rec'd during watch 35 tons.

USS Barry - U.S.T.B.D. Barry and Chauncey set out.

USS Chauncey - U.S.T.B.D. Barry and Chauncey set out.

coal: 143 tons - Took on board 143 tons during watch.

At 115 Com'd'g Officer of U.S.S. Elcano called on Com'd'g Officer officially.

coal: 280 tons - Finished coaling, 280 tons Pocohantas coal.

H.I.G.M.S. Furst Bismark - S.M.S. Fuerst Bismarck fired a salute with the American flag at the fore.


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2 March 1907

Field day, crew cleaning ship.

USS Cincinnati - The U.S.S. Cincinnati got underway and stood out from Manila.

The Com'd'g Officer made an official call on the Com'd'g Officer of the U.S.S. Elcano.

Liberty party left the ship.


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3 March 1907

Liberty party returned.

USS Wampatuck - Wampatuck stood out with Bainbridge in tow.

USS Bainbridge - Wampatuck stood out with Bainbridge in tow.

At 115 sent liberty party ashore.


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4 March 1907

Liberty party returned.

Lieut J. E. Walker USN - Lt. J.E. Walker and Ens. C. A. Richards left the ship at 1030 to serve on board of survey on the U.S.S. Raleigh and returned at 11:10.

Ensign C. A. Richards USN - Lt. J.E. Walker and Ens. C. A. Richards left the ship at 1030 to serve on board of survey on the U.S.S. Raleigh and returned at 11:10.

USS Raleigh - Lt. J.E. Walker and Ens. C. A. Richards left the ship at 1030 to serve on board of survey on the U.S.S. Raleigh and returned at 11:10.

USAT Logan - At 12:45 the U.S.A.T. Logan stood in towards Manila.

At 115 the baseball party left the ship. Liberty party went ashore at 400.

Baseball and liberty party returned.

USS West Virginia - U.S. cruisers West Virginia, Maryland, Colorado, and Pennsylvania stood out from Manila betwen 1100 and 1130.

USS Maryland - U.S. cruisers West Virginia, Maryland, Colorado, and Pennsylvania stood out from Manila betwen 1100 and 1130.

USS Colorado - U.S. cruisers West Virginia, Maryland, Colorado, and Pennsylvania stood out from Manila betwen 1100 and 1130.

USS Pennsylvania - U.S. cruisers West Virginia, Maryland, Colorado, and Pennsylvania stood out from Manila betwen 1100 and 1130.


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5 March 1907

USS Raleigh - At 935 U.S.S. Raleigh stood out of harbor.

At 430 sent liberty party ashore.


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6 March 1907

USS Barry - At 8:25 the U.S.T.B.D. Barry and Chauncey stood in toward Manila.

USS Chauncey - At 8:25 the U.S.T.B.D. Barry and Chauncey stood in toward Manila.

Lost from the dinghy one oar lock.


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7 March 1907

USS Wampatuck - At 8:20 U.S.S. Wampatuck stood into harbor with U.S.T.B.D. Bainbridge in tow.

USS Elcano - At 840 U.S.S. Elcano got underway and left the harbor.

USS Bainbridge - At 8:20 U.S.S. Wampatuck stood into harbor with U.S.T.B.D. Bainbridge in tow.

USS Piscataqua - U.S.S. Piscataqua stood in and anchored at 216

J. W. Oree (Sea) - LIberty party returned except Oree, J.W. (sea), Flynn J. J. (F.2c) and Webster, R. B (MM1c). The following returned 1 hour overtime:- Afgar, D. (os), Ashland, A.E. (cox), Erb, J.C. (B.M.2c) and Fuller, G.A. (BM).

J. J. Flynn (Fire 2c) - LIberty party returned except Oree, J.W. (sea), Flynn J. J. (F.2c) and Webster, R. B (MM1c). The following returned 1 hour overtime:- Afgar, D. (os), Ashland, A.E. (cox), Erb, J.C. (B.M.2c) and Fuller, G.A. (BM).

R. B. Webster (Mach 1c) - LIberty party returned except Oree, J.W. (sea), Flynn J. J. (F.2c) and Webster, R. B (MM1c). The following returned 1 hour overtime:- Afgar, D. (os), Ashland, A.E. (cox), Erb, J.C. (B.M.2c) and Fuller, G.A. (BM).

D. Afgar (OS) - LIberty party returned except Oree, J.W. (sea), Flynn J. J. (F.2c) and Webster, R. B (MM1c). The following returned 1 hour overtime:- Afgar, D. (os), Ashland, A.E. (cox), Erb, J.C. (B.M.2c) and Fuller, G.A. (BM).

J. C. Erb (BosM 2c) - LIberty party returned except Oree, J.W. (sea), Flynn J. J. (F.2c) and Webster, R. B (MM1c). The following returned 1 hour overtime:- Afgar, D. (os), Ashland, A.E. (cox), Erb, J.C. (B.M.2c) and Fuller, G.A. (BM).

G. A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - LIberty party returned except Oree, J.W. (sea), Flynn J. J. (F.2c) and Webster, R. B (MM1c). The following returned 1 hour overtime:- Afgar, D. (os), Ashland, A.E. (cox), Erb, J.C. (B.M.2c) and Fuller, G.A. (BM).

A. E. Ashland (Cox) - LIberty party returned except Oree, J.W. (sea), Flynn J. J. (F.2c) and Webster, R. B (MM1c). The following returned 1 hour overtime:- Afgar, D. (os), Ashland, A.E. (cox), Erb, J.C. (B.M.2c) and Fuller, G.A. (BM).


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8 March 1907


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9 March 1907


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10 March 1907

Liberty party returned.


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11 March 1907

Sent working party ashore for stores.

R. W. Walther (Copsmth) - Transferred Walther R. W. (Csmth) with bag and hammock and necessary papers to U.S. Naval Hospital at Canacao, P.I.


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12 March 1907


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13 March 1907


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14 March 1907


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15 March 1907

Liberty party returned.

Charles Beeler (CP) - By order of the Com'd'g Officer Beeler, C. (cp) was released from confinement, his term having expired, and made a prisoner-at-large to await sentence of Summary Court Martial.

Baseball and liberty party left the ship.

Liberty party returned.

M. Holmes (Sea) - At 805 by order of the Com'd'g Officer, Holmes, M. (sea) was placed in solitary confinement in double irons for 2 days, punishment assigned for "disobedience of orders."


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16 March 1907

Field day. Liberty party returned.

Lost overboard from steam launch 1 side light, red, boat.


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17 March 1907

Liberty party returned.

Com'd'g Officer inspected ship and crew. Published orders, & articles for government of the Navy to crew.

Sent liberty party ashore.

M. Holmes (Sea) - By order of Com'd'g Officer, Holmes, M (sea) was released from confinement.


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17 March 1907


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18 March 1907

Liberty party returned.

Landing Force lightly equipped landed.

Lieut J. E. Walker USN - A board of which J.E. Walker (Lieutenant U.S.N) was senior member, met on board for the examination of Hansen, M. (C.G.M) from the U.S.T.B. Barry for permanent appointment.

M. Hansen (Chief GunM) - A board of which J.E. Walker (Lieutenant U.S.N) was senior member, met on board for the examination of Hansen, M. (C.G.M) from the U.S.T.B. Barry for permanent appointment.

Base Ball party went ashore.

L. V. Spollin (Yeo 3c) - By order of the Commanding Officer, Spollin L.W (Yeo 3C) was placed in solitary confinment on bread and Water - for five days, punishment assigned for being absent from ship without leave from proper authority for 12 hrs.

USS Helena - At 4.25 the U.S.S. Helena stood in and came to anchor off Cavite.


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19 March 1907

At 1010 o'clock the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Helena made an official call.

USS General Alava - 3.15 U.S.S. Gen. Alava stood in and anchored. 3'14 U.S.NC Pompey stood in and anchored.

US Navy Collier Pompey - 3.15 U.S.S. Gen. Alava stood in and anchored. 3'14 U.S.NC Pompey stood in and anchored.

Base Ball party returned.


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20 March 1907

Lieut J. E. Walker USN -

Midshipman H. F. Emerson USN - The Commanding Officer made an official call on the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Helena. Lt. J. E. Walker, Ensign C. A. Richards and Midshipman H.F. Emerson left the ship officaly at 10:30 as a board of survey on the U.S.S. Helena.

Ensign C. A. Richards USN - The Commanding Officer made an official call on the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Helena. Lt. J. E. Walker, Ensign C. A. Richards and Midshipman H.F. Emerson left the ship officaly at 10:30 as a board of survey on the U.S.S. Helena.

USS Helena - The Commanding Officer made an official call on the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Helena. Lt. J. E. Walker, Ensign C. A. Richards and Midshipman H.F. Emerson left the ship officaly at 10:30 as a board of survey on the U.S.S. Helena.

Held a survey on board in the Equipment (Nav) Dep't. on missing articles. Lt ~~~tted senior member.

At 1:15 the base ball and liberty party left the ship.

US Navy Collier Pompey - At 1:15 the U.S.N.A. Pompey got under way and stood out.

USS Raleigh - The U.S.S. Raleigh stood in and anchored at 5.45 She fired a salute of thirteen guns at 5.25 and it was answered by a salute of seven guns by the U.S.F.S. Rainbow.

USS Rainbow - The U.S.S. Raleigh stood in and anchored at 5.45 She fired a salute of thirteen guns at 5.25 and it was answered by a salute of seven guns by the U.S.F.S. Rainbow.

Base Ball party returned.


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21 March 1907


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22 March 1907


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23 March 1907


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24 March 1907


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25 March 1907


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26 March 1907


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27 March 1907


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27 March 1907


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28 March 1907

PA Surg W. B. Smith - A survey was held in the Medical Dep't of which P.A. Surgeon W. B. Smith from the U.S.S. Raleigh was senior member.

USS Colorado - U.S.S. Colorado stood in and came to anchor at 140. U.S.S. Colorado fired a salute of 13 guns and the U.S.F.S. Rainbow fired a salute of seven guns. The U.S.N.A. Pompey stood in and came to anchor.

USS Rainbow - U.S.S. Colorado stood in and came to anchor at 140. U.S.S. Colorado fired a salute of 13 guns and the U.S.F.S. Rainbow fired a salute of seven guns. The U.S.N.A. Pompey stood in and came to anchor.

Baseball and liberty party went ashore. The colors were half-masted from 420 to 445 following the Colorado's movements.

US Navy Collier Pompey - U.S.S. Colorado stood in and came to anchor at 140. U.S.S. Colorado fired a salute of 13 guns and the U.S.F.S. Rainbow fired a salute of seven guns. The U.S.N.A. Pompey stood in and came to anchor.

Baseball party returned.


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29 March 1907

Liberty party returned.

USS Raleigh - U.S.S. Raleigh got underway and stood out toward range.

US Navy Collier Pompey - U.S. Collier Pompey left harbor.

Sent liberty party ashore.


50874e1709d409075500efdd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_115_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1709d409075500efdf: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_115_1.jpg)


30 March 1907

Field day. Liberty party returned.

Charles Beeler (CP) - At 1020 by order of the Com'd'g Officer, Beeler C (cp) was released from confinement, at the expiration of his term. By order of the Com'd'g Officer Meigs R.A. (Ptr 3c) was confined in solitary confinement on bread and water for five days in pursuance of sentence by Summary Court Martial at 1055.

Ralph Arthur Meigs (Paint 3c) - At 1020 by order of the Com'd'g Officer, Beeler C (cp) was released from confinement, at the expiration of his term. By order of the Com'd'g Officer Meigs R.A. (Ptr 3c) was confined in solitary confinement on bread and water for five days in pursuance of sentence by Summary Court Martial at 1055.

USS Helena -

USS Raleigh - U.S.S. Raleigh stood in and anchored at 435.


50874e1709d409075500efe1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_116_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1709d409075500efe3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_116_1.jpg)


31 March 1907

Baseball and liberty parties went ashore.

USS Cincinnati - The U.S.S. Cincinnati stood in and came to anchor at 350.

Baseball party returned.



LOGS FOR APRIL 1907


50874e1709d409075500efe5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_117_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1709d409075500efe7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_117_1.jpg)


1 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500efe9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_118_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1709d409075500efeb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_118_1.jpg)


2 April 1907

coal: 100 tons - New Rivers coal


50874e1709d409075500efed: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_119_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1709d409075500efef: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_119_1.jpg)


3 April 1907

03041907

Lat , Long


50874e1709d409075500eff1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_120_0.jpg)


enroute from olongapo to polloc pi

Lat 12.95, Long 121.63


50874e1709d409075500eff3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_120_1.jpg)


4 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500eff5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_121_0.jpg)


50874e1709d409075500eff7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_121_1.jpg)


4 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500eff9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_122_0.jpg)


at sea enroute from olongapo pi to bomboango pi

Lat 7.80, Long 121.72


50874e1709d409075500effb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_122_1.jpg)


5 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500effd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_123_0.jpg)


at sea enroute from bamboanga to polloc pi

Lat 56.4, Long -79.6


50874e1709d409075500efff: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_123_1.jpg)


6 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f001: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_124_0.jpg)


at anchor off polloc pi

Lat 59.9, Long 10.8


50874e1709d409075500f003: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_124_1.jpg)


7 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f005: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_125_0.jpg)


50874e1709d409075500f007: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_125_1.jpg)


7 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f009: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_126_0.jpg)


at sea enroute from polloc to zamboanga pi

Lat 56.4, Long -5.5


50874e1709d409075500f00b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_126_1.jpg)


8 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f00d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_127_0.jpg)


at anchor off zamboanga pi

Lat 56.4, Long -5.5


50874e1709d409075500f00f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_127_1.jpg)


9 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f011: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_128_0.jpg)


at anchor off zamboanga pi

Lat 56.4, Long -5.5


50874e1709d409075500f013: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_128_1.jpg)


10 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f015: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_129_0.jpg)


at anchor off zamboanga pi

Lat 56.4, Long -5.5


50874e1709d409075500f017: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_129_1.jpg)


11 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f019: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_130_0.jpg)


at anchor off zamboanga pi

Lat 6.50, Long 121.70


50874e1709d409075500f01b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_130_1.jpg)


12 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f01d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_131_0.jpg)


at anchor off jolo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1709d409075500f01f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_131_1.jpg)


13 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f021: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_132_0.jpg)


at anchor off jolo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1709d409075500f023: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_132_1.jpg)


13 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f025: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_133_0.jpg)


at anchor off jolo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1709d409075500f027: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_133_1.jpg)


14 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f029: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_134_0.jpg)


at anchor off jolo pi

Lat 6.35, Long 121.48


50874e1709d409075500f02b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_134_1.jpg)


15 April 1907

The Captain held Mast and the following punishments were assigned.

J. L. Huessman (Fire 1c) - Huessman, J.L. F.1c. CHARGE:- 6 hours overleave from liberty. SENTENCE:- 1 week deprivation of liberty.

R. Carey (Fire 2c) - Carey, R. F.2.c. CHARGE:- 12-1/2 hours overleave from liberty. Sentence:- 16 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd. class.

T. Wallace (Fire 1c) - Wallace, T. F.1.c. CHARGE:- 36 hours overleave from liberty. Sentence:- 24 days deprivation of liberty and 3rd. class.

J. J. Desmond (GunM 2c) - Desmond, J.J. G.M.2.c. CHARGE:- 13 hours overleave from liberty. Sentence:- 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd. class.

T. W. Evans (Sea) - Evans, T.W. Sea CHARGE:- 13 hours overleave from liberty. Sentence:- 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd. class.

J. F. McCarthy (OS) - McCarthy, J.F. O.S. CHARGE:- Going in swimming without permission. Sentence:- 8 hours extra duty.

E. A. Bayles (Sea) - Bayles, E.A. Sea CHARGE:- Going in swimming without permission. Sentence:- 8 hours extra duty.

B. F. Crawford (Sea) - Crawford, B.F. Sea CHARGE:- Going in swimming without permission. Sentence:- 8 hours extra duty.

S. T. Craddock (QM 3c) - Craddock, S.T. Q.M.3c. CHARGE:- 3 hours overleave from liberty. Sentence:- 1 weeks restriction.

C. E. Hughes (Sea) - Hughes, C.E. Sea CHARGE:- 4 hours overleave from liberty. Sentence:- 1 weeks restriction.

C. A. Mumper (OS) - Mumper, C.A. O.S. CHARGE:- 4 hours overleave from liberty. Sentence:) 1 weeks restriction.

J. P. Quinn (MAA 2c) - Quinn, J.P. M.a.A.2c. CHARGE:- Returning onboard drunk from liberty. Sentence:- Cautioned, (on Record).


50874e1709d409075500f02d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_135_0.jpg)


at anchor off jolo pi

Lat 6.35, Long 121.85


50874e1709d409075500f02f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_135_1.jpg)


15 April 1907

baluk baluk island

Lat -17.9, Long 146.2

Boiler "D" in use. At 400 started fires in "A" and "C" boilers.

Got ready to get underway. Tested siren and whistle.

At 805 called all hands and got underway. Stood out of Jolo harbor on various courses, Navigator at the conn.

At 1100 the Com'd'g Officer had reports at the mast and awarded punishments (see list).

Steaming under boilers "A" "C" & "D" on various courses through Basilan Islands until 234 when set course N5oE (p.s.c.) north tangent Baluk Baluk Islands bearing East (p.s.c.) distant 4 miles.

At 415 Baluk Islands bore S6oW (p.s.c.) north tangent of Sangboi Island bore S67oW (p.s.c.) and North tangent of Teinga bore S80oW (true) At 455 Baluk Islands S6ow. and Pilas Island S24oW, north tangent of Sangboi Island S49oW. and Pedruscos Pt N43o30'E (true).


50874e1709d409075500f031: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_136_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to iloilo pi

Lat 10.23, Long 122.27


50874e1709d409075500f033: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_136_1.jpg)


16 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f035: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_137_0.jpg)


at anchor off illoilo pi

Lat 59.9, Long 10.8


50874e1709d409075500f037: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_137_1.jpg)


17 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f039: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_138_0.jpg)


at anchor off illoilo pi

Lat 59.9, Long 10.8


50874e1709d409075500f03b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_138_1.jpg)


17 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f03d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_139_0.jpg)


hoilo pi

Lat 59.9, Long 10.8


50874e1709d409075500f03f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_139_1.jpg)


18 April 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

Sent liberty party ashore.


50874e1709d409075500f041: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_140_0.jpg)


at anchor off iloilo pi

Lat 59.9, Long 10.8


50874e1709d409075500f043: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_140_1.jpg)


18 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f045: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_141_0.jpg)


at anchor off illoilo pi

Lat 59.9, Long 10.8


50874e1709d409075500f047: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_141_1.jpg)


19 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f049: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_142_0.jpg)


at anchor off illoilo pi

Lat 59.9, Long 10.8


50874e1709d409075500f04b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_142_1.jpg)


20 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f04d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_143_0.jpg)


at anchor off illoilo pi

Lat 59.9, Long 10.8


50874e1709d409075500f04f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_143_1.jpg)


20 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f051: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_144_0.jpg)


at anchor off illoilo pi

Lat 59.9, Long 10.8


50874e1709d409075500f053: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_144_1.jpg)


21 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f055: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_145_0.jpg)


at anchor off illoilo pi

Lat 10.33, Long 121.92


50874e1709d409075500f057: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_145_1.jpg)


22 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f059: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_146_0.jpg)


50874e1709d409075500f05b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_146_1.jpg)


22 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f05d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_147_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to cavite pi from ilolo pi

Lat 14.22, Long 120.53


50874e1709d409075500f05f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_147_1.jpg)


23 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f061: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_148_0.jpg)


enroute from olongapo to cavite pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


50874e1709d409075500f063: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_148_1.jpg)


24 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f065: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_149_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1709d409075500f067: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_149_1.jpg)


25 April 1907

coal: 230 tons -


50874e1709d409075500f069: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_150_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1709d409075500f06b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_150_1.jpg)


26 April 1907

26041907

Lat , Long


50874e1709d409075500f06d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_151_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1709d409075500f06f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_151_1.jpg)


27 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f071: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_152_0.jpg)


50874e1709d409075500f073: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_152_1.jpg)


50874e1709d409075500f075: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_153_0.jpg)


50874e1709d409075500f077: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_153_1.jpg)


27 April 1907


50874e1709d409075500f079: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_154_0.jpg)


at anchor off cavite pi

Lat 14.73, Long 120.02


50874e1709d409075500f07b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_154_1.jpg)


28 April 1907

capones light

Lat 36.9, Long 7.8

Boiler "D" in use.

Lieut J. E. Walker USN - By direction of the Com'd'r-in-Chief, Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S.Navy, is released from supervision and restored to duty.

At 125 called all hands and got underway. At 140 stood out of Cavite harbor for sea.

At 907 Capones Lt. bore abeam, distant 5.4 miles.


50874e1709d409075500f07d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_155_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to swatow china from cavite pi

Lat 17.22, Long 119.17


50874e1709d409075500f07f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_155_1.jpg)


29 April 1907

The Captain held Mast and the following punishments were assigned.

A. C. Weiser (OS) - Weiser, A.C. O.S. CHARGE:- Not turning out when watch was called. SENTENCE:- 8 hours extra duty.

F. Whelan (Sea) - Whelan, F. Sea. CHARGE:- Going in swimming without permission. SENTENCE:- 8 hours extra duty.

Richard Baulch (Cox) - Baulch, R. Cox. CHARGE:- Slow in obeying orders. SENTENCE:- Dismissed.

R. C. Reed (Sea) - Reed, R.C. Sea. CHARGE:- Going in swimming without permission. SENTENCE:- 8 hours extra duty.

J. J. Desmond (GunM 2c) - Desmond, J.J. G.M.2c CHARGE:- Going in swimming without permission. SENTENCE:- 8 hours extra duty.

F. F. Wehmeyer (OS) - Wehmeyer, F.F. O.S. CHARGE:- Going in swimming without permission. SENTENCE:- 8 hours extra duty.

J. F. McCarthy (OS) - McCarthy, J.F. O.S. CHARGE:- Going in swimming without permission. SENTENCE:- 8 hours extra duty.


50874e1709d409075500f081: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_156_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to swatow china from cavite pi

Lat , Long


50874e1709d409075500f083: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_156_1.jpg)


29 April 1907

hermana mayor lt

Lat 24.5, Long 118.1

Steaming on course N19oW (psc) under boilers "A" "B" and "D", along west coast of Luzon.

At 2:15 Hermana Mayor Lt. bore abeam distant 14.9 miles.

At 1030 Com'd'g Officer had delinquents at the mast and awarded punishments as per list.


50874e1709d409075500f085: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_157_0.jpg)


at sea enroute to swatow china from cavite pi

Lat 21.07, Long 117.83


50874e1709d409075500f087: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_157_1.jpg)


30 April 1907

Steaming on course N19oW (psc) under boilers "A," "B" and "D."



LOGS FOR MAY 1907


50874e1709d409075500f089: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_158_0.jpg)


at anchor off swatow china

Lat 23.4, Long 116.7


50874e1709d409075500f08b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_158_1.jpg)


1 May 1907


50874e1809d409075500f08d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_159_0.jpg)


off swatou china

Lat 23.4, Long 116.7


50874e1809d409075500f08f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_159_1.jpg)


2 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

G. W. Graves (Elec 1c) - Liberty party returned except Graves, G. W. (Elec. 1c)

At 830 Graves, G.W. (Elec. 1c) returned from liberty 1 1/2 hours overleave.

Liberty party went ashore.


50874e1809d409075500f091: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_160_0.jpg)


at anchor off swatow china

Lat 23.4, Long 116.7


50874e1809d409075500f093: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_160_1.jpg)


3 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

Liberty party returned.

Rec'd in Pay Dep't as proceeds of bill of exchange, 1800 Mexican dollars.


50874e1809d409075500f095: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_161_0.jpg)


at anchor off swatow china

Lat 23.4, Long 116.7


50874e1809d409075500f097: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_161_1.jpg)


4 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

Field day and general cleaning.

At 100 sent liberty party ashore.

At 410 a party of Chinese students from the English Presbyterian Mission at Swatow, visited the ship.


50874e1809d409075500f099: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_162_0.jpg)


at anchor off swatow china

Lat 23.4, Long 116.7


50874e1809d409075500f09b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_162_1.jpg)


5 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

Liberty party returned.

By order of the Com'd'g Officer 5# canned pears and 2# corn beef, condemned by the Medical Officer, were thown overboard.

Liberty party went ashore.


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at anchor off swatow china

Lat 23.4, Long 116.7


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6 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

Liberty party returned.

Exercised boat crews under oars.

D. Apgar (OS) - Lyons, S. (F.2c) and Apgar, D. (os) returned from liberty 1 1/2 hours overtime. By order of the Com'd'g Officer, Flynn, J.J. (F. 2c) was placed in confinement on bread and water for 5 days punishment assigned *

S. Lyons (Fire 2c) - Lyons, S. (F.2c) and Apgar, D. (os) returned from liberty 1 1/2 hours overtime. By order of the Com'd'g Officer, Flynn, J.J. (F. 2c) was placed in confinement on bread and water for 5 days punishment assigned *

J. J. Flynn (Fire 2c) - Lyons, S. (F.2c) and Apgar, D. (os) returned from liberty 1 1/2 hours overtime. By order of the Com'd'g Officer, Flynn, J.J. (F. 2c) was placed in confinement on bread and water for 5 days punishment assigned *

* for attempting to go on liberty under another man's name.


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at anchor off swatow china

Lat 23.4, Long 116.7


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7 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.


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at anchor off swatow china

Lat 23.4, Long 116.7


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8 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

F. J. Brown (Oiler) - At 915 mustered crew at quarters, absentee Brown, F.J. (oiler).

Liberty party went ashore.

At 200 started hydrokineters an A and B boilers

Liberty party returned.


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at anchor off swatow china

Lat 23.23, Long 116.92


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9 May 1907

brothers island

Lat 54.6, Long 118.6

Boiler "D" in use.

At 700 started fires in "A" and "B" boilers.

F. J. Brown (Oiler) - At 630 Brown, F.J. (oiler) returned aboard 23 1/2 hours overleave.

At 845 unmoored starboard chain and hove in starboard anchor.

At 955 called all hands and got underway.

Stood out of Swatow harbor, on various courses, with the Navigator at the conn. At 1115 put over patent log reading 9.5. At 1130 passed thru large fishing fleet to the eastward of Cape Good Hope. At end of watch steaming on course S72E (p.s.c.) under boilers A, B and D.

At 145 c.c. to N50oE (p.s.c.) p.l. 35.6, Lamock Id bearing N32oE (p.s.c.)

At 3:50 sighted Brothers Is. bearing N43oE. (p.s.c.)

At 5:00 sighted Rees Is bearing N10oW.

At 835 passed Chapel Is. Lt. abeam distant 2 miles.

At 10:25 anchored in Amoy Harbor in 12 fathoms water, 50 fathoms st'b'd chain.


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amoy china

Lat 24.5, Long 118.1


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10 May 1907

amoy china

Lat 24.5, Long 118.1

Boiler "D" in use.

At 800 fired a salute of 21 guns with the Chinese ensign at the main. At 810 the fort ashore returned the salute with 21 guns, American flag hoisted. At 830 got underway and steamed on various courses into Amoy harbor under boilers 'A' B' and 'D'.

French Cruiser Algiers - At 945 a boarding Office from the French cruiser Algiers came aboard.

At 930 moored ship to a China Navigation buoy

Midshipman H. L. Irwin USN - Midshipman H.L. Irwin, U.S. Navy, left the ship officially to call on the French cruiser Algiers.

At 200 the United State's Consul called officially on the Com'd'g Officer. At 300 the U.S. Consul left the ship and we fired a salute of 7 guns with the national ensign at the fore.

At 415 the Com'd'g Officer left the ship officially and called on the U.S. Consul.


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at anchor off amoy china

Lat 24.5, Long 118.1


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11 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

Field day.

J. J. Flynn (Fire 2c) - By order of the Com'd'g Officer, Flynn, J.J. (F2c) was released from confinement, his term having expired.

Rec'd in Pay Dep't. 5000 dollars local currency, as proceeds of a bill of exchange.

Monthly money issued to crew.


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at anchor off amoy china

Lat 24.5, Long 118.1


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12 May 1907


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at anchor off amoy china

Lat 24.5, Long 118.1


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13 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

Liberty party returned.

Liberty party went ashore.

J. J. Flynn (Fire 2c) - At 1:30 by order of the Com'd'g Officer Flynn, J.J. (F2c) was placed in double irons in the forward compartment for safekeeping, for being drunk and disorderly on board ship, not having been on liberty.


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at anchor off amoy china

Lat 24.5, Long 118.1


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14 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

Liberty party returned.

F. J. Brown (Oiler) - At 1000 the Captain awarded the following punishments, at the mast:- Brown, F.J. (oiler) "23 1/2 hours overleave" - sentence: 21 days restriction and 2nd conduct class; Kuhn, L.E. (sea), "having ditty box on deck during quarters"- 12 hours extra duty; Wehmeyer, F.F. (os), "Having ditty box on deck during quarters:- 12 hours extra duty; Holmes, M (sea), "tight from liberty"- cautioned; Holmes, M (sea) "drunk aboard ship, not having been on liberty"- Summary Court Martial; Ashland, A.E. (cox), "drunk from liberty"- cautioned; Doyle, G.P. (os) "tight from liberty"- 2nd conduct calss; Doyle, G.P. (os), "obstructing and interfering with the duties of the Chief master-at-arms"- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. By order of the Captain, Doyle, G.P. (os) was placed in solitary confinement in accordance with the above sentence.

L. E. Kuhus (Sea) - At 1000 the Captain awarded the following punishments, at the mast:- Brown, F.J. (oiler) "23 1/2 hours overleave" - sentence: 21 days restriction and 2nd conduct class; Kuhn, L.E. (sea), "having ditty box on deck during quarters"- 12 hours extra duty; Wehmeyer, F.F. (os), "Having ditty box on deck during quarters:- 12 hours extra duty; Holmes, M (sea), "tight from liberty"- cautioned; Holmes, M (sea) "drunk aboard ship, not having been on liberty"- Summary Court Martial; Ashland, A.E. (cox), "drunk from liberty"- cautioned; Doyle, G.P. (os) "tight from liberty"- 2nd conduct calss; Doyle, G.P. (os), "obstructing and interfering with the duties of the Chief master-at-arms"- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. By order of the Captain, Doyle, G.P. (os) was placed in solitary confinement in accordance with the above sentence.

F. F. Wehmeyer (OS) - At 1000 the Captain awarded the following punishments, at the mast:- Brown, F.J. (oiler) "23 1/2 hours overleave" - sentence: 21 days restriction and 2nd conduct class; Kuhn, L.E. (sea), "having ditty box on deck during quarters"- 12 hours extra duty; Wehmeyer, F.F. (os), "Having ditty box on deck during quarters:- 12 hours extra duty; Holmes, M (sea), "tight from liberty"- cautioned; Holmes, M (sea) "drunk aboard ship, not having been on liberty"- Summary Court Martial; Ashland, A.E. (cox), "drunk from liberty"- cautioned; Doyle, G.P. (os) "tight from liberty"- 2nd conduct calss; Doyle, G.P. (os), "obstructing and interfering with the duties of the Chief master-at-arms"- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. By order of the Captain, Doyle, G.P. (os) was placed in solitary confinement in accordance with the above sentence.

M. Holmes (Sea) - At 1000 the Captain awarded the following punishments, at the mast:- Brown, F.J. (oiler) "23 1/2 hours overleave" - sentence: 21 days restriction and 2nd conduct class; Kuhn, L.E. (sea), "having ditty box on deck during quarters"- 12 hours extra duty; Wehmeyer, F.F. (os), "Having ditty box on deck during quarters:- 12 hours extra duty; Holmes, M (sea), "tight from liberty"- cautioned; Holmes, M (sea) "drunk aboard ship, not having been on liberty"- Summary Court Martial; Ashland, A.E. (cox), "drunk from liberty"- cautioned; Doyle, G.P. (os) "tight from liberty"- 2nd conduct calss; Doyle, G.P. (os), "obstructing and interfering with the duties of the Chief master-at-arms"- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. By order of the Captain, Doyle, G.P. (os) was placed in solitary confinement in accordance with the above sentence.

A. E. Ashland (Cox) - At 1000 the Captain awarded the following punishments, at the mast:- Brown, F.J. (oiler) "23 1/2 hours overleave" - sentence: 21 days restriction and 2nd conduct class; Kuhn, L.E. (sea), "having ditty box on deck during quarters"- 12 hours extra duty; Wehmeyer, F.F. (os), "Having ditty box on deck during quarters:- 12 hours extra duty; Holmes, M (sea), "tight from liberty"- cautioned; Holmes, M (sea) "drunk aboard ship, not having been on liberty"- Summary Court Martial; Ashland, A.E. (cox), "drunk from liberty"- cautioned; Doyle, G.P. (os) "tight from liberty"- 2nd conduct calss; Doyle, G.P. (os), "obstructing and interfering with the duties of the Chief master-at-arms"- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. By order of the Captain, Doyle, G.P. (os) was placed in solitary confinement in accordance with the above sentence.

G. P. Doyle (OS) - At 1000 the Captain awarded the following punishments, at the mast:- Brown, F.J. (oiler) "23 1/2 hours overleave" - sentence: 21 days restriction and 2nd conduct class; Kuhn, L.E. (sea), "having ditty box on deck during quarters"- 12 hours extra duty; Wehmeyer, F.F. (os), "Having ditty box on deck during quarters:- 12 hours extra duty; Holmes, M (sea), "tight from liberty"- cautioned; Holmes, M (sea) "drunk aboard ship, not having been on liberty"- Summary Court Martial; Ashland, A.E. (cox), "drunk from liberty"- cautioned; Doyle, G.P. (os) "tight from liberty"- 2nd conduct calss; Doyle, G.P. (os), "obstructing and interfering with the duties of the Chief master-at-arms"- 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water. By order of the Captain, Doyle, G.P. (os) was placed in solitary confinement in accordance with the above sentence.

At 1225 specifications in Summary Court Martial were delivered to M. Holmes (sea)


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at anchor off amoy china

Lat 24.5, Long 118.1


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15 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

Lieut J. E. Walker USN - At 1005 a Summary Court-Martial of which Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S.Navy, was senior member, met by order of the Com'd'g Officer, for the trial of Michael Holmes, seaman, U.S.Navy. At 1035, having finished the cases before it, the Summary Court-Martial adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

Michael Holmes (Sea) - At 1005 a Summary Court-Martial of which Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S.Navy, was senior member, met by order of the Com'd'g Officer, for the trial of Michael Holmes, seaman, U.S.Navy. At 1035, having finished the cases before it, the Summary Court-Martial adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

HIGMS Iltis - At 325 the German man-of-war Iltis stood into the harbor and moored to a buoy.

At 405 sent boarding officer to SMS Iltis. At 455 boarding officer from SMS Iltis called on wardroom officers and Com'd'g Officer. At 500 mustered crew at quarters and read Summary Court-Martial proceedings against M. Holmes, seaman, U.S. Navy, for being drunk on board ship - sentence: five days solitary confinement on bread and water, and to lose forty-five day's pay amounting to thirty-six ($3600) dollars. At 400 sent a patrol over to European settlement for duty during the night.


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at anchor off amoy china

Lat 24.5, Long 118.1


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16 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

Liberty party returned.

At 400 sent the liberty party ashore and a patrol under the charge of the Chief Master-at-Arms.

SMS Iltis - At 4:15 the Com'd'g Officer of the German ship Iltis called officially on the Com'd'g Officer.

Liberty party and patrol returned.


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at anchor off amoy china

Lat 24.5, Long 118.1


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17 May 1907

Boiler "D" in use.

SMS Iltis - The Captain returned the official call of the Com'd'g Officer of S.M.S. Iltis.


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at anchor off amoy china

Lat 24.5, Long 118.1


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18 May 1907

dodd sland

Lat , Long

Boiler "D" in use.

P. Dougherty (BlrMkr) - At 1150, by order of the Com'd'g Officer, Dougherty, P. (Blrmkr) was made a prisoner-at-large and Flynn, J.J. (F2c) was confined in single irons (hand), both to await trial by Summary Court Martial for being drunk on board ship on May 13th, 1907.

At 1000 steam formed on A and B boilers.

J. J. Flynn (Fire 2c) - At 1150, by order of the Com'd'g Officer, Dougherty, P. (Blrmkr) was made a prisoner-at-large and Flynn, J.J. (F2c) was confined in single irons (hand), both to await trial by Summary Court Martial for being drunk on board ship on May 13th, 1907.

Making preparations for getting underway. At 200 lighted fires under A and B boilers.

At 405 got underway and stood out of Amoy harbor, under boilers "A," "B," and "D," on various courses until 547 when set course N75oE (psc) p.l. 40.5, Quemoy Pagoda bearing N3oW (p.s.c.) and Dodd Is bearing N66oE (p.s.c); standard speed 90r.p.m.

At 450 starboard engine was stopped, going ahead with port engine, 90 revs. requiring 18o starboard helm to steer straight course. At 455 started starboard engine.

At 5:00 put over patent log reading 32.3, Tsing Sen Lt. abeam.

Tsing Sen Lt.

At 605, Flynn, J.J. (F2c) was released from confinement and made a prisoner-at-large by order of the Com'd'g Officer.

At 700 passed Dodd Is. abeam, distant 2 miles. -

Steaming on course N59oE (p.s.c.) under boilers "A," "B," and "D," port engine in operation starboard engine being temporarily disabled. At 1115 sighted Ockseu Lt. bearing N51oE (p.s.c.)


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at anchor off amoy china

Lat 24.45, Long 118.63


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18 May 1907


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at sea making passage to fuchau china

Lat 25.73, Long 120.05


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19 May 1907

min river

Lat 26.1, Long 119.5

Steaming under boilers "A," "B," and "D," on course N59oE (p.s.c.) Port engine in operation until 228, when started starboard engine; standard speed under port engine 94 r.p.m. under both engines 90 r.p.m. At 150 passed Ockseu Lt. abeam, distant 2.6 miles. Under port engine only, making 94 r.p.m.: required 18o starboard helm to steer a straight course.

At 618 Turnabout Is. Lt. bore abeam, distant 5.8 mile, p.l.53.3.

At 700 Tung Kuen Is bearing N.W. (p.s.c) distant 3 miles, changed course to N15oW (p.s.c.) p.l. reading 81.8. Thence stood intoward entrance of Min River on various courses.

At 1108, came to anchor in 12 fathoms of water with 50 fathoms on starboard chain. At 1120 got underway again and at 1150 took a pilot aboard. At end of watch steaming on various courses for entrance of Min River with pilot and Navigator at the conn.

G. P. Doyle (OS) - By order of the Com'd'g Officer, Doyle, G.P. (os) was released from confinement, his term having expired.

Steaming under boilers "A" "B" and "D" on various courses up the Min River the pilot and Navigator at the conn. At 105 fired a salute of 21 guns, Chinese ensign at the main. At 115 a Chinese fort fired an answering salute of 21 guns, with U.S. ensign at masthead. At 225 anchored at Pagoda Is. anchorage, Fuchau, in 7 1/4 fathoms of water, starboard anchor upstream, 45 fathoms on each chain. Put sheet anchor on starboard billboard and connected with starboard chain.

At 435 let fires die out in "A" and "B" boilers.


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at anchor off pagoda island fuchaw china

Lat 51.8, Long -176.6


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20 May 1907


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at anchor off loring island fuchan china

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3


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21 May 1907


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at anchor off loring island fuchaw china

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3


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22 May 1907


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at anchor off loring island fuchaw china

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3


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23 May 1907


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at anchor off loring island fuchaw china

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3


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24 May 1907


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at anchor off loring island fuchaw china

Lat 26.43, Long 120.13


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25 May 1907


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at sea making passage to minh po from fuchaw china

Lat 29.48, Long 122.27


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26 May 1907


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ning po china

Lat 21.5, Long 109.1


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27 May 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

6 3/4 # string beans and 5# cocoa were condemned by Medical Officer, and thrown overboard.

Asst. PayM E. R. Wilson USN - At 3:00 Ass't. Paymaster E. R. Wilson, U.S.Navy, left the ship going to Shanghai on duty. Lo One Ping (m.a.1c) left the ship on ten days leave.

Lo One Ping (Mess Att 1c) - At 3:00 Ass't. Paymaster E. R. Wilson, U.S.Navy, left the ship going to Shanghai on duty. Lo One Ping (m.a.1c) left the ship on ten days leave.


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at anchor off ning po china

Lat 21.5, Long 109.1


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28 May 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

M. Stone (OS) - At 1100 the Com'd'g Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Stone, M (os) "continuing to talk loudly after silence had been sounded by the bugler, and after being warned by the Officer-of-the-Deck,"- 8 hours extra duty; Mumper, C. A. (os) "insubordination,"- 2 days bread and water and 4th conduct class; Inagaki, S. (Cab.Stwd), "gross filthiness",- 3rd conduct class; Spivak, S. (sea),"insolence to Chief Master-at-Arms," 5 days bread and water and 4th conduct class; Weiser, A.C. (os), "using Chief Petty Officer's ladder, after being told not to do so, when coming to quarters, and also after quarters, going below,"- 24 hours extra duty.

C. A. Mumper (OS) - At 1100 the Com'd'g Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Stone, M (os) "continuing to talk loudly after silence had been sounded by the bugler, and after being warned by the Officer-of-the-Deck,"- 8 hours extra duty; Mumper, C. A. (os) "insubordination,"- 2 days bread and water and 4th conduct class; Inagaki, S. (Cab.Stwd), "gross filthiness",- 3rd conduct class; Spivak, S. (sea),"insolence to Chief Master-at-Arms," 5 days bread and water and 4th conduct class; Weiser, A.C. (os), "using Chief Petty Officer's ladder, after being told not to do so, when coming to quarters, and also after quarters, going below,"- 24 hours extra duty.

S. Inagaki (Cab Stwd) - At 1100 the Com'd'g Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Stone, M (os) "continuing to talk loudly after silence had been sounded by the bugler, and after being warned by the Officer-of-the-Deck,"- 8 hours extra duty; Mumper, C. A. (os) "insubordination,"- 2 days bread and water and 4th conduct class; Inagaki, S. (Cab.Stwd), "gross filthiness",- 3rd conduct class; Spivak, S. (sea),"insolence to Chief Master-at-Arms," 5 days bread and water and 4th conduct class; Weiser, A.C. (os), "using Chief Petty Officer's ladder, after being told not to do so, when coming to quarters, and also after quarters, going below,"- 24 hours extra duty.

S. Spivak (Sea) - At 1100 the Com'd'g Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Stone, M (os) "continuing to talk loudly after silence had been sounded by the bugler, and after being warned by the Officer-of-the-Deck,"- 8 hours extra duty; Mumper, C. A. (os) "insubordination,"- 2 days bread and water and 4th conduct class; Inagaki, S. (Cab.Stwd), "gross filthiness",- 3rd conduct class; Spivak, S. (sea),"insolence to Chief Master-at-Arms," 5 days bread and water and 4th conduct class; Weiser, A.C. (os), "using Chief Petty Officer's ladder, after being told not to do so, when coming to quarters, and also after quarters, going below,"- 24 hours extra duty.

A. C. Weiser (OS) - At 1100 the Com'd'g Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments:- Stone, M (os) "continuing to talk loudly after silence had been sounded by the bugler, and after being warned by the Officer-of-the-Deck,"- 8 hours extra duty; Mumper, C. A. (os) "insubordination,"- 2 days bread and water and 4th conduct class; Inagaki, S. (Cab.Stwd), "gross filthiness",- 3rd conduct class; Spivak, S. (sea),"insolence to Chief Master-at-Arms," 5 days bread and water and 4th conduct class; Weiser, A.C. (os), "using Chief Petty Officer's ladder, after being told not to do so, when coming to quarters, and also after quarters, going below,"- 24 hours extra duty.

Michael Holmes (Sea) - At 910, by order of the Com'd'g Officer, Holmes, M. (sea) was released from confinement, his term of confinement of 5 days solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water, sentence of Summary Court-Martial, having expired.

J. E. Koster (OS) - At 1125 by order of the Com'd'g Officer, Koster, J.E. (os) was placed in solitary confinement for 2 days on bread and water, for insubordination.

P. Dougherty (BlrMkr) - At 120 specifications were delivered for Summary Court-Martial to Dougherty, P (B.Mkr) and Flynn, J.J. (F.2c) for "being drunk on board ship."

J. J. Flynn (Fire 2c) - At 120 specifications were delivered for Summary Court-Martial to Dougherty, P (B.Mkr) and Flynn, J.J. (F.2c) for "being drunk on board ship."


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at anchor off ning po china

Lat 21.5, Long 109.1


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29 May 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

Asst. PayM E. R. Wilson USN - Asst. Paymaster E.R. Wilson, U.S.Navy, returned from Shanghai.

Lieut J. E. Walker USN - At 1010 Summary Court-Martial, Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S.Navy, senior member, met and tried the cases of Patrick Dougherty (Bmkr) and J.J. Flynn, (F2c); adjourned at 1130 to await action of convening authority.

Patrick Dougherty (BlrMkr) - At 1010 Summary Court-Martial, Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S.Navy, senior member, met and tried the cases of Patrick Dougherty (Bmkr) and J.J. Flynn, (F2c); adjourned at 1130 to await action of convening authority.

J. J. Flynn (Fire 2c) - At 1010 Summary Court-Martial, Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S.Navy, senior member, met and tried the cases of Patrick Dougherty (Bmkr) and J.J. Flynn, (F2c); adjourned at 1130 to await action of convening authority.

75 # biscuit were condemned by surveying officer and disposed of in ash lighter.


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at anchor off ning po china

Lat 21.5, Long 109.1


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30 May 1907


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at anchor off ning po china

Lat 21.5, Long 109.1


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30 May 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

J. E. Koster (OS) - At 1110 by order of the Com'd'g Officer, Koster, J. (os) was released from confinement, his term having expired.

At 1200 fired a salute of 21 minute guns with the ensign at half mast.


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at anchor off ning po china

Lat 21.5, Long 109.1


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31 May 1907

south channel of yang tse river

Lat , Long

Boiler "A" in use.

Quarters followed by overhauling battery in 1st and 2nd divisions.

At 1100 started fires in boiler "B," and at 1130 started fires in boiler "D".

At 125 the pilot came aboard.

At 155 got underway, the Captain and Navigator on the bridge and the pilot at the conn. Steaming on various courses out of Ning Po, down the Yung River, under boilers "A" "B" and "D". At 3:00 the pilot left the ship. Put over patent log reading 81.6. At 345 set course North (p.s.c.) p.l. 83.8, Tse Sei Island Lt. bearing N20oE, distant 2 1/2 miles.

S. Spivak (Sea) - At 355 by order of the Com'd'g Officer, Spivak, S. (sea) was placed in solitary confinement on bread and water for 5 days, for insolence to Chief M.-A-A.

Steaming on course N2oE (psc), under boilers "A" "B" and "D" At 810 c.c. to N4oE (psc) p.l. 37.4. At 820 Gutzlaff Is. Lt. bore N58oW and Fairway bell buoy Lt. bore N10W.

At 943 hauled in p.l. 57.9. At 955 pilot came aboard. At 1050 steamed ahead on various courses with pilot at conn, up the south channel of Yang Tse River.



LOGS FOR JUNE 1907


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in yang tse river making passage to shanghai

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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1 June 1907


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at anchor off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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2 June 1907


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at anchor off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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3 June 1907


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3 June 1907


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3 June 1907


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at anchor off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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4 June 1907

coal: 260 tons - Cardiff Coal


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at anchor off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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5 June 1907


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at anchor off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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6 June 1907


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6 June 1907


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at anchor off shanghai china

Lat 31.83, Long 122.50


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7 June 1907


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making passage from shanghai to chefoo china

Lat 34.50, Long 122.80


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8 June 1907

The Captain hed mast and the following punishments were assighned.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Fuller,G.A. Blks. CHARGE:35 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 24 days rest.3rd.class

H. Dalton (WT) - Dalton,H. W.T. CHARGE: 11 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 2 weeks rest.3rd.class

T. Wallace (Fire 1c) - Wallace,T. Fir.1c CHARGE: 12 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 4 weeks rest.3rd.class

E. Devlin (Cox) - Devlin,E. Cox. CHARGE: 18 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 16 days rest.2nd.class

T. W. Evans (Sea) - Evans,T.W. Sea CHARGE: 18 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 30 days rest.3rd.class

F. R. Martin (OS) - Martin,F.R. O.S. CHARGE: 23 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 21 days rest.3rd.class

J. W. L. Schott (GunM 3c) - Schott,J.W.L. G.M.3c CHARGE: 23 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 30 days rest.3rd.class

J. A. Streich (Mach 1c) - Streich,J.A. M.M.1c CHARGE: 56 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 34 days rest.4th.class

A. C. Binford (Mach 1c) - Binford,A.C. M.M.1c CHARGE: 32 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 21 days rest.3rd.class

J. J. Desmond (GunM 2c) - Desmond,J.J. G.M.2c CHARGE: 32-1/2 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 30 days rest.4th.class

H. Dozier (Sea) - Dozier,H. (2) Sea CHARGE: 9-1/2 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 16 days rest.2nd.class

W. A. Murdock (CookSh 4c) - Murdock,W.A.(2) S.C.4c CHARGE: 9-1/2 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 16 days rest.2nd.class

E. Long (GunM 3c) - Long,E. G.M.3c CHARGE: 32-1/2 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 24 days rest.3rd.class

G. S. King (CP) - King,G.S. C.P. CHARGE: 32-1/2 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 30 days rest.4th.class

M. Stone (OS) - Stone,M. O.S. CHARGE:26 hrs.overleave. SENTENCE: 21 days rest.3rd.class

R. R. Eaton (Sea) - Eaton, R.R. Sea CHARGE: Out of uniform. SENTENCE: 4 hrs extra duty.

W. A. Murdock (CookSh 4c) - Murdock,W.A. (2) S.C.4c CHARGE: Absenting himself from the ship without proper authority and remaining absent about 27 hrs SENTENCE: S.C.M.

H. Dozier (Sea) - Dozier,H. (2) Sea CHARGE: Absenting himself from the ship without proper authority and remaining absent about 30 hrs. SENTENCE: S.C.M.


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making passage from shanghai to chefoo china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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8 June 1907

southeast promontory

Lat , Long

Steaming under boilers "A" "B" and "D" on course N7oE.(p.s.c.).

At 220 the Captain held mast and awarded punishments (see list)

W. A. Murdock (CookSh 4c) - By order of the Captain, Murdock, W.A. (S.C.4c) and Dozier,H. (sea) were made prisoners-at-large to await trial by Summary Court-Martial.

H. Dozier (Sea) - By order of the Captain, Murdock, W.A. (S.C.4c) and Dozier,H. (sea) were made prisoners-at-large to await trial by Summary Court-Martial.

At 1122 sighted Southeast Promontory Lt. bearing N29oW.(p.s.c.).


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position at 8 am

Lat 37.63, Long 121.98


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9 June 1907

southeast promontory

Lat 23.4, Long 114.2

At 120 passed Southeast Promontory Lt. abeam, distant 14.8 miles.

At 425 c.c. n70W.(p.s.c.), p.l. 81.2, Shantung Lt. bore S19oW, distant 4 miles.

At 530 Jimina Is. bore abeam distant 4 miles. Lighted fires under boiler "C" at 530 At 630 sighted English fleet in Wei Hai Wei harbor.

At 845 connected up boiler "C". Commenced taking tactical and steaming data at 930 off Chefoo Bluff, distant 14 miles.

At 645, finished taking tactical data, and set course for Chefoo harbor.

USS Raleigh - At 645, finished taking tactical data, and set course for Chefoo harbor.

Steaming on various courses under boilers "A" "B" "C" and "D" into Chefoo harbor. At 827 anchored in 6 fathoms water with 30 fathoms on starboard chain.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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10 June 1907

"B" boiler in use for auxiliaries. Banked fires in "A" "C" and "D" boilers.

H. Dozier (Sea) - At 750 specifications for a Summary Court-Martial were delivered to H. Dozier (sea), and W.A. Murdock, (S.C.4c), for being absent from the ship without leave.

W. A. Murdock (CookSh 4c) - At 750 specifications for a Summary Court-Martial were delivered to H. Dozier (sea), and W.A. Murdock, (S.C.4c), for being absent from the ship without leave.

USS Chattanooga - At 718 U.S.S. Chattanooga stood in and anchored.

USS Raleigh - At 845 the Com'd'g Officer of the U.S.S. Raleigh called on the Com'd'g Officer.

Chinese cruiser Hai Chi - At 928 got underway and stood into Chefoo harbor under boilers "A" "B" and "D." At 945 fired a salute of 21 guns with Chinese ensign at the main.* At 955 fired a salute of 11 guns with Chinese ensign at the fore.* At 950 the Chinese Cruiser Hai Che returned 21 gun salute with U.S. ensign at main. At 958 the Chinese cruiser Hai Che returned 11 gun salute with U.S. Ensign at the fore.

At 1000 anchored in 6 fathoms of water with 40 fathoms on port chain.

At 1100 Chinese boarding officer from the "Hai Che" called.

Midshipman H. L. Irwin USN - At 1115 Midshipman Irwin, U.S.Navy, called officially on the U.S. Consul. At 1035 the Summary Court-Martial of which Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S. Navy, was senior member met for the trial of Dozier H. (sea) and Murdock, W.A. (S.C. 4c), for being absent from ship without permission of proper authority. At 1115 the court adjourned to await the action of convening authority.

Lieut J. E. Walker USN - At 1115 Midshipman Irwin, U.S.Navy, called officially on the U.S. Consul. At 1035 the Summary Court-Martial of which Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S. Navy, was senior member met for the trial of Dozier H. (sea) and Murdock, W.A. (S.C. 4c), for being absent from ship without permission of proper authority. At 1115 the court adjourned to await the action of convening authority.

By order of the Com'd'g Officer 150# biscuit and 25# peaches from the Pay Dept were thrown overboard, having been condemned by the Medical Officer.

At 340 the Com'd'g Officer left the ship and called on the Consul-General.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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11 June 1907

Boiler "B" in use.

The Com'd'g Officer made official call on the Chinese Commodore aboard cruiser Hai Chi. The call was returned by the Chinese Commodore, at # 1030.

Got underway at 1215 and stood out to the range on various courses under boilers "A" "B" "C" and "D" ^ engaged in taking steaming and tactical data.

Stood in from range and came to anchor at 730.

Let fires die out in "A" "C" and "D" boilers. Lost one 14 lb. lead overboard from the port chains.

# The personal salute was not fired to Commodore S. N Shew I.C. Navy by his request.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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12 June 1907

F. J. Brown (Oiler) - At 915 mustered crew at quarters; absentees- Brown F.J. (oiler). The following named men were this day declared deserters from June 2, 1907:- Logan, J.A. (Yeo.3c), Blake, A.D. (Bugler), and Black, G. (F2c).

G. Black (Fire 2c) - At 915 mustered crew at quarters; absentees- Brown F.J. (oiler). The following named men were this day declared deserters from June 2, 1907:- Logan, J.A. (Yeo.3c), Blake, A.D. (Bugler), and Black, G. (F2c).

A. D. Blake (Bugler) - At 915 mustered crew at quarters; absentees- Brown F.J. (oiler). The following named men were this day declared deserters from June 2, 1907:- Logan, J.A. (Yeo.3c), Blake, A.D. (Bugler), and Black, G. (F2c).

J. A. Logan (Yeo 3c) - At 915 mustered crew at quarters; absentees- Brown F.J. (oiler). The following named men were this day declared deserters from June 2, 1907:- Logan, J.A. (Yeo.3c), Blake, A.D. (Bugler), and Black, G. (F2c).

HMS Virago - At 935 H.M. Torpedo boats Fame and Verago anchored in harbor.

HMS Fame - At 935 H.M. Torpedo boats Fame and Verago anchored in harbor.

The English torpedo boats Fame and Verago left the harbor at 330.

H. R. Avera (OS) - By order of the Com'g'd Officer, Avera, H.R. (os) was released from confinement, his term having expired, and Dougherty, P. (Bmkr) was placed in solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for 5 days, in accordance with sentence of Summary Court-Martial.

Patrick Dougherty (BlrMkr) - By order of the Com'g'd Officer, Avera, H.R. (os) was released from confinement, his term having expired, and Dougherty, P. (Bmkr) was placed in solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for 5 days, in accordance with sentence of Summary Court-Martial.

At 910 sounded call to general quarters, and all guns crews and searchlights were exercised at night general quarters. Secured at 930.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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13 June 1907

Boiler "B" in use.

At 920 the U.S. Consul-General called officially. At 945 fired a salute of 9 guns upon departure of the Consul General.

US Navy Collier Nanshan - At 1010 U.S.S. Nanshan stood in and anchored.

H. C. Baker (CarpM 3c) - Absentees at quarters: Baker, H.C. (C.M.3c), Jenkins, M.C. (Ele 3c), Laraby, J. (F2c) Inagaki, (Cab.stwd).

S. Inagaki (Cab Stwd) - Absentees at quarters: Baker, H.C. (C.M.3c), Jenkins, M.C. (Ele 3c), Laraby, J. (F2c) Inagaki, (Cab.stwd).

M. C. Jenkins (Elec 3c) - Absentees at quarters: Baker, H.C. (C.M.3c), Jenkins, M.C. (Ele 3c), Laraby, J. (F2c) Inagaki, (Cab.stwd).

J. Laraby (Fire 2c) - Absentees at quarters: Baker, H.C. (C.M.3c), Jenkins, M.C. (Ele 3c), Laraby, J. (F2c) Inagaki, (Cab.stwd).

F. J. Brown (Oiler) - Brown, F.J. (oiler) was this day declared a deserter from the U.S. Naval service since June 3, 1907.

USS West Virginia - At 315 the armored cruiser sqadron of the Pacific Fleet stood into harbor. At 328 U.S.S. West Virginia fired a salute of 21 guns with the Chinese ensign at the main, which salute was returned from the Chinese cruier Hai Che with 21 guns and the American ensign at the main. At 337 the U.S.S. Chattanooga fired a salute of 13 guns with the American ensign at the fore. At 339 the U.S.S. West Virgina returned the salute by firing 7 guns with the American ensign at the fore. At 340 the Chinese cruiser Hai Che fired a salute of 13 guns with the American ensign at the fore, which was returned by the U.S.S. West VIrginia firing 11 guns with the Chinese Ensign at the fore. At 345 the Com'd'g Officer left the ship to make an official call on the Com'd'r-in-Chief of the U.S. Pacific fleet. At 348 the amored cruiser squadron came to anchor.

Chinese cruiser Hai Che - At 315 the armored cruiser sqadron of the Pacific Fleet stood into harbor. At 328 U.S.S. West Virginia fired a salute of 21 guns with the Chinese ensign at the main, which salute was returned from the Chinese cruier Hai Che with 21 guns and the American ensign at the main. At 337 the U.S.S. Chattanooga fired a salute of 13 guns with the American ensign at the fore. At 339 the U.S.S. West Virgina returned the salute by firing 7 guns with the American ensign at the fore. At 340 the Chinese cruiser Hai Che fired a salute of 13 guns with the American ensign at the fore, which was returned by the U.S.S. West VIrginia firing 11 guns with the Chinese Ensign at the fore. At 345 the Com'd'g Officer left the ship to make an official call on the Com'd'r-in-Chief of the U.S. Pacific fleet. At 348 the amored cruiser squadron came to anchor.

USS Chattanooga - At 315 the armored cruiser sqadron of the Pacific Fleet stood into harbor. At 328 U.S.S. West Virginia fired a salute of 21 guns with the Chinese ensign at the main, which salute was returned from the Chinese cruier Hai Che with 21 guns and the American ensign at the main. At 337 the U.S.S. Chattanooga fired a salute of 13 guns with the American ensign at the fore. At 339 the U.S.S. West Virgina returned the salute by firing 7 guns with the American ensign at the fore. At 340 the Chinese cruiser Hai Che fired a salute of 13 guns with the American ensign at the fore, which was returned by the U.S.S. West VIrginia firing 11 guns with the Chinese Ensign at the fore. At 345 the Com'd'g Officer left the ship to make an official call on the Com'd'r-in-Chief of the U.S. Pacific fleet. At 348 the amored cruiser squadron came to anchor.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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13 June 1907

H. Dozier (Sea) - Proceedings of a Summary Court Martial were published; Dozier, H. (sea) charge: "absent without leave"- sentence: 5 days solitary confinement in double irons on bread and waterand to lose one month's pay amounting to $24.00; Murdock, W.A. (S.C.4c), charge: "absent without leave",- sentence: 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water in double irons and to lose one month's pay amounting to $25.00.

W. A. Murdock (CookSh 4c) - Proceedings of a Summary Court Martial were published; Dozier, H. (sea) charge: "absent without leave"- sentence: 5 days solitary confinement in double irons on bread and waterand to lose one month's pay amounting to $24.00; Murdock, W.A. (S.C.4c), charge: "absent without leave",- sentence: 5 days solitary confinement on bread and water in double irons and to lose one month's pay amounting to $25.00.

USS West Virginia - At 538 the Com'd'g Officer returned from the flagship. At 615 the U.S.S. West Virginia fired a salute of 9 guns with the American ensign at the fore.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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14 June 1907

Boiler "B" in use.

By order of the Com'dg Officer, 25 # macaroni, condemned by medical officer, was thrown overboard.

USS West Virginia - At 1015 the U.S.S. West Virginia fired a salute of 11 guns with the Chinese ensign at the fore.

PA Surg E. O. J. Eytinge USN - At 200 Asst. Surgeon E.O.J. Eytinge, U.S. Navy, reported aboard for duty.

Chinese cruiser Hai Che - At 320 the Chinese cruiser Hai Che fired a salute of 12 guns with the American ensign at the fore.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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15 June 1907

Boiler "B" in use.

USS Maryland - At 1050 U.S.S. Maryland fired a salute of 11 guns, Chinese ensign at the fore.

Asst Surgeon R. E. Stoops USN - Ass't Surgeon R.E. Stoops, U.S. Navy, was this day detached from duty on board this vessel.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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16 June 1907

Boiler "B" in use.

USS Wilmington - At 115 U.S.S. Wilmington stood into harbor and anchored. At 107 U.S.S. Wilmington fired a salute of 21 guns with the Chinese ensign at the main, which salute was answered by the Chinese cruiser Hai Che firing 21 guns with the American ensign at the main. At 115 U.S.S. Wilmington fired a salute of 11 guns with Chinese ensign at the fore. The Hai Che returned 11 guns with the American ensign at the fore.

Chinese cruiser Hai Che - At 115 U.S.S. Wilmington stood into harbor and anchored. At 107 U.S.S. Wilmington fired a salute of 21 guns with the Chinese ensign at the main, which salute was answered by the Chinese cruiser Hai Che firing 21 guns with the American ensign at the main. At 115 U.S.S. Wilmington fired a salute of 11 guns with Chinese ensign at the fore. The Hai Che returned 11 guns with the American ensign at the fore.

At 745 a Russian man-of-war stood in and anchored.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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17 June 1907

Boiler "B" in use.

US Navy Collier Nanshan - At 445 U.S.S. Nanshan went alongside the U.S.S. Raleigh. At 500 U.S.S. Alexander went alongside the U.S.S. Pennsylvania.

USN Collier Alexander - At 445 U.S.S. Nanshan went alongside the U.S.S. Raleigh. At 500 U.S.S. Alexander went alongside the U.S.S. Pennsylvania.

USS Pennsylvania - At 445 U.S.S. Nanshan went alongside the U.S.S. Raleigh. At 500 U.S.S. Alexander went alongside the U.S.S. Pennsylvania.

USS Raleigh - At 445 U.S.S. Nanshan went alongside the U.S.S. Raleigh. At 500 U.S.S. Alexander went alongside the U.S.S. Pennsylvania.

HIRMS Zhemchug - At 800 the Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns with the Chinese ensign at the main. At 805 the Chinese cruiser Hai Che fired a salute of 21 guns with the Russian ensign at the main. At 805 the Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 11 guns with the Chinese ensign at the fore. At 807 Chinese cruiser Hai Che fired a salute of 11 guns with the Russian ensign at the fore. At 809 the Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 13 guns, American ensign at the fore. At 810 U.S.S. West Virginia fired a salute of 13 guns, Russian ensign at the fore.

Chinese cruiser Hai Che - At 800 the Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns with the Chinese ensign at the main. At 805 the Chinese cruiser Hai Che fired a salute of 21 guns with the Russian ensign at the main. At 805 the Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 11 guns with the Chinese ensign at the fore. At 807 Chinese cruiser Hai Che fired a salute of 11 guns with the Russian ensign at the fore. At 809 the Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 13 guns, American ensign at the fore. At 810 U.S.S. West Virginia fired a salute of 13 guns, Russian ensign at the fore.

USS West Virginia - At 800 the Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns with the Chinese ensign at the main. At 805 the Chinese cruiser Hai Che fired a salute of 21 guns with the Russian ensign at the main. At 805 the Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 11 guns with the Chinese ensign at the fore. At 807 Chinese cruiser Hai Che fired a salute of 11 guns with the Russian ensign at the fore. At 809 the Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 13 guns, American ensign at the fore. At 810 U.S.S. West Virginia fired a salute of 13 guns, Russian ensign at the fore.

HMS Whiting - At 850 a British torpedo-boat. Whiting, stood in and came to anchor off Tower Hill. At 915 U.S.S. West Virginia got underway and stood out towards range. At 1115 Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 11 guns with Chinese ensign at the fore.

Lieut J. E. Walker USN - A Medical Board of Survey met on board at 1030, by order of Com'd'r-in-Chief, for survey of Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S. Navy, and J.T. Pettigrew, seaman, U.S. Navy; Surgeon G. T. Smith, U.S. Navy, senior member, Past Asst Surgeon J.M. Brister, U.S. Navy and Asst. Surgeon D.C. Cather, U.S. Navy, members.

Surgeon G. T. Smith USN - A Medical Board of Survey met on board at 1030, by order of Com'd'r-in-Chief, for survey of Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S. Navy, and J.T. Pettigrew, seaman, U.S. Navy; Surgeon G. T. Smith, U.S. Navy, senior member, Past Asst Surgeon J.M. Brister, U.S. Navy and Asst. Surgeon D.C. Cather, U.S. Navy, members.

J. T. Pettigrew (Sea) - A Medical Board of Survey met on board at 1030, by order of Com'd'r-in-Chief, for survey of Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S. Navy, and J.T. Pettigrew, seaman, U.S. Navy; Surgeon G. T. Smith, U.S. Navy, senior member, Past Asst Surgeon J.M. Brister, U.S. Navy and Asst. Surgeon D.C. Cather, U.S. Navy, members.

PA Surgeon J.M. Brister USN - A Medical Board of Survey met on board at 1030, by order of Com'd'r-in-Chief, for survey of Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S. Navy, and J.T. Pettigrew, seaman, U.S. Navy; Surgeon G. T. Smith, U.S. Navy, senior member, Past Asst Surgeon J.M. Brister, U.S. Navy and Asst. Surgeon D.C. Cather, U.S. Navy, members.

Asst Surgeon D. C. Cather USN - A Medical Board of Survey met on board at 1030, by order of Com'd'r-in-Chief, for survey of Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S. Navy, and J.T. Pettigrew, seaman, U.S. Navy; Surgeon G. T. Smith, U.S. Navy, senior member, Past Asst Surgeon J.M. Brister, U.S. Navy and Asst. Surgeon D.C. Cather, U.S. Navy, members.

USS Wilmington - At 200 U.S.S. Wilmington shifted berth. At 210 English torpedo-boat Whiting got underway and stood out.

Patrick Dougherty (BlrMkr) - At 510 by order of Com'd'g Officer, Dougherty, P. (Blmkr) was released from confinement and restored to duty his term of confinement of 5 days, double irons, on bread and water ^ sentence of S.C.M. having expired. By order of Com'd'g Officer, Flynn, J.J. (F2c) was placed in confinement for 5 days, in double irons, on bread and water, sentence of S.C.M.

J. J. Flynn (Fire 2c) - At 510 by order of Com'd'g Officer, Dougherty, P. (Blmkr) was released from confinement and restored to duty his term of confinement of 5 days, double irons, on bread and water ^ sentence of S.C.M. having expired. By order of Com'd'g Officer, Flynn, J.J. (F2c) was placed in confinement for 5 days, in double irons, on bread and water, sentence of S.C.M.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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18 June 1907


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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19 June 1907


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at anchor on target range off chefoo

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4

Instruments taken below Calibration practice


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20 June 1907


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at anchor off target range off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4

Instruments taken below Calibration practice


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21 June 1907


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chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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22 June 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

Field day.

Lieut L. A. Cotten USN - At 940 Lt. L.A. Cotten, U.S. Navy, reported on board for duty. Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S. Navy, was detached from this ship and ordered to the U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama, Japan.

Lieut J. E. Walker USN - At 940 Lt. L.A. Cotten, U.S. Navy, reported on board for duty. Lt. J.E. Walker, U.S. Navy, was detached from this ship and ordered to the U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama, Japan.

USS Maryland - At 500 the U.S.S. Maryland got underway and stood out toward the range.

J. J. Flynn (Fire 2c) - At 510 Flynn, J.J. (F2c), by order of the Com'd'g Officer, was released from confinement, his term of 5 days, double irons, on bread and water, sentence of Summary Court Martial, having expired.

F. Whelan (Sea) - At 515 Whelan, F. (sea), by order of the Com'd'g Officer, was placed in solitary confinement in double irons, on bread and water for 5 days, sentence of Summary Court Martial.

USS Chattanooga - At 525 mastheaded our colors with the U.S.S. Chattanooga. At 635 U.S.S. Colorado stood in from the range and came to anchor.

USS Colorado - At 525 mastheaded our colors with the U.S.S. Chattanooga. At 635 U.S.S. Colorado stood in from the range and came to anchor.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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23 June 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

HIJMS Matsushima - A squadron consisting of the Japanese cruisers Matsushima, Itsukushima, and Hashidate, a vice-admiral in command, stood in and anchored. At 330 U.S.S. West Virginia fired salute of 15 guns, Japanese ensign at the fore. The salute was returned by the Japanese flagship gun for gun, with the American ensign at the Masthead. Salutes were exchanged between the Japanese flagship and the Chinese cruiser Hai Che.

HIJMS Hashidate - A squadron consisting of the Japanese cruisers Matsushima, Itsukushima, and Hashidate, a vice-admiral in command, stood in and anchored. At 330 U.S.S. West Virginia fired salute of 15 guns, Japanese ensign at the fore. The salute was returned by the Japanese flagship gun for gun, with the American ensign at the Masthead. Salutes were exchanged between the Japanese flagship and the Chinese cruiser Hai Che.

HIJMS Itsukushima - A squadron consisting of the Japanese cruisers Matsushima, Itsukushima, and Hashidate, a vice-admiral in command, stood in and anchored. At 330 U.S.S. West Virginia fired salute of 15 guns, Japanese ensign at the fore. The salute was returned by the Japanese flagship gun for gun, with the American ensign at the Masthead. Salutes were exchanged between the Japanese flagship and the Chinese cruiser Hai Che.

USS West Virginia - A squadron consisting of the Japanese cruisers Matsushima, Itsukushima, and Hashidate, a vice-admiral in command, stood in and anchored. At 330 U.S.S. West Virginia fired salute of 15 guns, Japanese ensign at the fore. The salute was returned by the Japanese flagship gun for gun, with the American ensign at the Masthead. Salutes were exchanged between the Japanese flagship and the Chinese cruiser Hai Che.

Chinese cruiser Hai Che - A squadron consisting of the Japanese cruisers Matsushima, Itsukushima, and Hashidate, a vice-admiral in command, stood in and anchored. At 330 U.S.S. West Virginia fired salute of 15 guns, Japanese ensign at the fore. The salute was returned by the Japanese flagship gun for gun, with the American ensign at the Masthead. Salutes were exchanged between the Japanese flagship and the Chinese cruiser Hai Che.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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24 June 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

J. T. Pettigrew (Sea) - Sent Pettigrew, J.T. (sea) with bag and hammock to Japanese steamer for passage to U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama, Japan.

USS Chattanooga - At 1015 U.S.S. Chattanooga and Wilmington stood out.

USS Wilmington - At 1015 U.S.S. Chattanooga and Wilmington stood out.

USS Piscataqua - At 350 U.S.S. Piscataqua stood out.

USS Maryland - At 640 U.S.S. Maryland stood in and anchored.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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25 June 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

At 445 the Japanese squadron stood out to sea.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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26 June 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

Comdr C. J. Boush USN - At 1000 a General Court-Martial, of which Commander C.J. Boush, U.S. Navy, is president, convened on board. At 1150 G.C.-M. took a recess wuntil 115 P.M.

At 115 G.C.-M reconvened on board, and at 210 adjourned for the day.

Carried out test of ship's diving apparatus. * Signals as per signal record book. * Lost overboard during test 1 diver's shoe.

At 815 turned on searchlights with flagship and exercised searchlight crews.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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27 June 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

At 1000 General Court Martial reconvened.

At 1145 General Court Martial took recess until 115 P.M.

At 115 General Court Martial reconved. At 300 General Court-Martial adjourned for the day.

Threw overboard 50# macaroni and 45# cocoa condemend by surveying officer.

F. Whelan (Sea) - At 515, by order of Com'd'g Officer, Whelan, F. (sea) was released from confinement and restored to duty. At 530 in pursuance of sentence of Summary Court-Martial, Dozier, H. (sea) was placed in solitary confinement on bread and water, for 5 days, by order of Com'd'g Officer.

H. Dozier (Sea) - At 515, by order of Com'd'g Officer, Whelan, F. (sea) was released from confinement and restored to duty. At 530 in pursuance of sentence of Summary Court-Martial, Dozier, H. (sea) was placed in solitary confinement on bread and water, for 5 days, by order of Com'd'g Officer.

Lee Sam (Mess Att 1c) - Lee Sam (M.Att. 1c) and Lo One Ping (M. Att. 1c) were this day discharged from the U.S. Naval Service, on recommendation of the Medical Officer, as undesirable.

Lo One Ping (Mess Att 1c) - Lee Sam (M.Att. 1c) and Lo One Ping (M. Att. 1c) were this day discharged from the U.S. Naval Service, on recommendation of the Medical Officer, as undesirable.

At 543 Chinese cruiser stood in and anchored.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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28 June 1907


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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29 June 1907


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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30 June 1907



LOGS FOR JULY 1907


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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1 July 1907


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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2 July 1907


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chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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3 July 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

Lieut Lacky USN - A Board of Survey, of which Lt. Lacky, U.S. Navy, was senior member held survey in Ordnance and Equip. (Mar) Dep'ts.

J. C. Hicks (Chief GunM) - Hicks, J.C. reported on board U.S.S. Chattanooga for examination for permanent appointment as Chief Gunner's Mate.

A board, appointed by Com'd'r' C.J. Boush, U.S. Navy, counted the Paymaster's Mexican currency; owing to change in Government rate for Mexican currency and found $15297.20 on hand in Mexican currency. Paid the crew their monthly money.


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chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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4 July 1907

Boiler "A" in use.

Full dressed ship at 8.00.

USS West Virginia - At 800 dressed ship. At 1155 U.S.S. West Virginia fired a salute of 7 guns with English ensign at the fore. At 1115 she fired a salute of 7 guns with the German ensign at the fore.* Held sports aboard ship.* St 1130 she fired a salute of 7 guns with Russian ensign at the fore.

W. A. Murdock (CookSh 4c) - At 1125 by order of Com'd'g. Officer, Murdock, W.A. (S.C.4c) was released from confinement.

Chinese cruiser Hai Che - At 1200 Chinese cruiser Hai Che and Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns, and the U.S.S. West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Raleigh, Chattanooga, Wilmington and this ship fired a salute of 21 guns.

USS West Virginia - At 1200 Chinese cruiser Hai Che and Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns, and the U.S.S. West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Raleigh, Chattanooga, Wilmington and this ship fired a salute of 21 guns.

HIRMS Zhemchug - At 1200 Chinese cruiser Hai Che and Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns, and the U.S.S. West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Raleigh, Chattanooga, Wilmington and this ship fired a salute of 21 guns.

USS Colorado - At 1200 Chinese cruiser Hai Che and Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns, and the U.S.S. West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Raleigh, Chattanooga, Wilmington and this ship fired a salute of 21 guns.

USS Raleigh - At 1200 Chinese cruiser Hai Che and Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns, and the U.S.S. West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Raleigh, Chattanooga, Wilmington and this ship fired a salute of 21 guns.

USS Chattanooga - At 1200 Chinese cruiser Hai Che and Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns, and the U.S.S. West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Raleigh, Chattanooga, Wilmington and this ship fired a salute of 21 guns.

USS Wilmington - At 1200 Chinese cruiser Hai Che and Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns, and the U.S.S. West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Raleigh, Chattanooga, Wilmington and this ship fired a salute of 21 guns.

USS Maryland - At 1200 Chinese cruiser Hai Che and Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns, and the U.S.S. West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Raleigh, Chattanooga, Wilmington and this ship fired a salute of 21 guns.

USS Pennsylvania - At 1200 Chinese cruiser Hai Che and Russian cruiser Jemtchug fired a salute of 21 guns, and the U.S.S. West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Raleigh, Chattanooga, Wilmington and this ship fired a salute of 21 guns.


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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5 July 1907


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4

Instrument stored below


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6 July 1907


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at anchor off chefoo china target range

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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7 July 1907


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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8 July 1907


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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9 July 1907


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9 July 1907


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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10 July 1907

Boiler "C" in use.

J. Chytracek (Sea) - At 10:45 Chytracek J. (sea) was released from confinement and restored to duty by order of the Commanding Officer. At 10:50 Reed R.C. (sea) was placed in solitary confinement on bread and water for being absent from Hammock Inspection and disobedience of orders.

R. C. Reed (Sea) - At 10:45 Chytracek J. (sea) was released from confinement and restored to duty by order of the Commanding Officer. At 10:50 Reed R.C. (sea) was placed in solitary confinement on bread and water for being absent from Hammock Inspection and disobedience of orders.

USS Wilmington - Held Admirals Inspection on the U.S.S. Wilmington.

S. Bertigam (Fire 2c) - Received from the U.S.S. Pennsylvania, Bertigam S. Q.M. 2c. and Dempsey E S. F.2c with bag hammock and necessary transfer papers.

E. S. Dempsey (Fire 2c) - Received from the U.S.S. Pennsylvania, Bertigam S. Q.M. 2c. and Dempsey E S. F.2c with bag hammock and necessary transfer papers.

USS Chattanooga - 3:40 the U.S.S. Chattanooga stood in an anchored

USS Pennsylvania - At 6:50 U.S.S. Pennsylvania stood in and anchored.

M. J. Hanser (Gun M 3c) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

S. J. Brawner (Cox) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

A. C. Weiser (OS) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

R. J. Wynn (Gun M 3c) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

John Robert McKlintock (Sea) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

H. R. Thring (Sea) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

R. R. Eaton (Sea) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Rinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

J. W. L. Schott (GunM 3c) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

F. S. Bird (Sea) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

Richard Baulch (Cox) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

H. Dozier (Sea) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Rinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

T. R. Darden (Sea) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

F. F. Wehmeyer (Sea) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

W. J. Querth (Sea) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

F. W. Reinken (Chief Carp Mate) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

P. Gillman (BosM 1c) - Received from the U.S.S. Chattanooga with bag hammocks and necessary transfer papers Gillman P. (B.M.1c) Wood AE. (Ch El) Wolffe M. (C.Q.M.)

J. W. Dubbs (Sea) - At 6:30 sent the following draft of men with their bags hammocks and transfer papers to the USS Raleigh, Hanser MJ (GM3c) Wynne R.J. (G.M.3) Brawner S. J. (Cox) McKlintock J (sea) Weiser A.C. (O.S) Thring H.R. (sea) Eaton RR (sea) Bird F. S. (sea) Schott, J.W.L. (GM3) Baulch R. (Cox) Dozier H (sea) Darden T. R. (Sea) Wehmeyre F (sea) Querth WJ (sea) Reinken F (CCM) and Dubbs JW (Sea)

A. E. Wood (Chief Elec) - Received from the U.S.S. Chattanooga with bag hammocks and necessary transfer papers Gillman P. (B.M.1c) Wood AE. (Ch El) Wolffe M. (C.Q.M.)

M. Wolffe (Chief QM) - Received from the U.S.S. Chattanooga with bag hammocks and necessary transfer papers Gillman P. (B.M.1c) Wood AE. (Ch El) Wolffe M. (C.Q.M.)


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chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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11 July 1907

shantung promontory

Lat 23.4, Long 116.7

Boiler "C" in use for auxilliaries.

Ensign J. A. Mandville USN - At 9:35 Ensign J.A. Mandeville reported aboard for duty. Inagaki, S. (Cab Std) reenlisted for a term of four years.

S. Inagaki (Cab Stwd) - At 9:35 Ensign J.A. Mandeville reported aboard for duty. Inagaki, S. (Cab Std) reenlisted for a term of four years.

USS Wilmington - At 3:00 the U.S.S. Wilmington got under way and stood out.

Ensign C. A. Richards USN - At 3.35 Ensign C.A. Richards was detached from duty aboard this ship and ordered to duty on the USS Raleigh.

At 3:55 the Commanding Offricer left the ship officially to call on the Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet.

W. H. Benson (Cox) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

L. D. Halwick (OS) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

W. Nygard (OS) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

J. C. Lewis (Fire 1c) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.F. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

A. Mareller (OS) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

A. Mangle (OS) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.F. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

W. Robinson (Sea) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.F. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

E. F. Lenfir (OS) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

W. A. Martin (Cox) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

R. H. Ley (Sea) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

L. A. Lennis (Sea) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

W. R. Williams (OS) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

J. T. Callahan (Sea) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

T. McKeowen (OS) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

C. T. Waggoner (OS) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

F. Wetzenhuber (Sea) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

G. E. Matson (Sea) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

A. Nickerson (OS) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

G. V. Merrit (OS) - Received on board with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers the following men from the U.S.S. Raleigh:- Benson W.H. (Cox) Halwick L.D. (OS) Lenfir E.F. (O.S.) Lewis J.C. (F. 1c) Mareller, A (O.S.) Mangle A (OS.) Nygard, W. (O.S.) Robinson W. (sea) Williams W.R. (OS) Callahan J.T. (sea) Ley R.H (sea) Lennis L.A. (sea) Martin, W A (Cox) Wetzenhuber, F. (Sea) Matson G.E. (Sea) McKeowen T. (OS) Nickerson A. (O.S.) Waggoner C.T. Merritt G. V. (OS).

Got ready for getting under way, under Boilers "A" C and D", stood out of Chefoo with the Captain on the Bridge and the Navigator at the Conn.

L. Lemke (Yeo 3c) - Absentee Lemke L. Yeo 3c.

At 10:30 sighted Shantung Prometory light bearing S.88E


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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11 July 1907


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enroute from chefoo china to shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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12 July 1907


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enroute from chefoo china to shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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13 July 1907

shaweishan island

Lat 60.6, Long 121.5

Steaming under Boilers A C & D on course S8oW (psc) Passed three steamers standing to Northward.

At 9:30 Shawieshan Islands bore N54oW and Amherst Rock abeam, distance 1 mile.

R. C. Reed (Sea) - At 10:55 Reed R.C. (sea) was released from confinement by order of the Commanding Officer.

At 11:10 hauled in pat. log reading 86.0 At 11.22 stopped and took aboard a pilot. Steamed ahead on various courses, pilot at the Conn going up the South Channel of Yangtse River.

Steaming under boilers A C & D on various courses up Yangtze and Woosung Rivers, pilot at the conn. At 12:55 passed Tungsha Light ship abeam. At 2.25 fired salute of 21 guns, Chinese ensign at the main. Salute returned of 21 guns by fort at Woosung. At 3:30 called all hands to bring ship to anchor.

Steaming into Shanghai harbor under boilers A C & D pilot and Navigator at the Conn. At 4.05 moored ship;

At 4.00 Commanding Officer made offical call on Senior Officer Present. At 4.40 boarding office from Jap. Sungoat Mji called. At 6:00 returned call on Jap Gunboat.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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14 July 1907

F. Whelan (Sea) - Liberty party returned except Whelan F (sea) Murdock W.A. (SC4c) Philiip J. (sea) Lyons S (f2c)

S. Lyons (Fire 2c) - Liberty party returned except Whelan F (sea) Murdock W.A. (SC4c) Philiip J. (sea) Lyons S (f2c)

W. A. Murdock (CookSh 4c) - Liberty party returned except Whelan F (sea) Murdock W.A. (SC4c) Philiip J. (sea) Lyons S (f2c)

John W. Phillip (Sea) - Liberty party returned except Whelan F (sea) Murdock W.A. (SC4c) Philiip J. (sea) Lyons S (f2c)

At 8:00 full dressed ship with French ensign at the main.

J. E. Koster (OS) - At 11:00 Koster, J (os) was released from confinement and restored to duty on order of the Commanding Officer.

11:30 Phillip J (sea) returned 4 hrs overtime.

USS Galveston - At 1:50 the U.S.S. Galveston got under way and stood down the river.

French Cruiser Alger - At 3:25 a boarding officer from the French Cruiser Alger * came aboard. At 3:27 the Commanding Officer of the Japanese Gunboat Uji called offically on the Commanding Officer.

HIJMS Uji - At 3:25 a boarding officer from the French Cruiser Alger * came aboard. At 3:27 the Commanding Officer of the Japanese Gunboat Uji called offically on the Commanding Officer.

At 6:50 hoisted the Senior Officers pennant.

* The Boarding officer from the French Cruiser thanked the Commanding Officer, the Senior Officer Present, on behalf of his Captain, for participating in to days ceremonies


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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15 July 1907

J. L. McPartlang (Sea) - At 12.40 McPartlang J.L. (sea) and Valentine, W.S (F1c) straglers from the U.S.S. Galveston reported aboard.

W. S. Valentine (fire 1c) - At 12.40 McPartlang J.L. (sea) and Valentine, W.S (F1c) straglers from the U.S.S. Galveston reported aboard.

F. Whelan (Sea) - Whelan F (sea) returned from liberty 23 1/2 hrs. overtime. Liberty party returned except Klefisch F. (L.S.) Martin F.R. (O.S.) Kuhns L. E. (sea).

F. Klefisch (OS) - Whelan F (sea) returned from liberty 23 1/2 hrs. overtime. Liberty party returned except Klefisch F. (L.S.) Martin F.R. (O.S.) Kuhns L. E. (sea).

F. R. Martin (OS) - Whelan F (sea) returned from liberty 23 1/2 hrs. overtime. Liberty party returned except Klefisch F. (L.S.) Martin F.R. (O.S.) Kuhns L. E. (sea).

L. E. Kuhns (Sea) - Whelan F (sea) returned from liberty 23 1/2 hrs. overtime. Liberty party returned except Klefisch F. (L.S.) Martin F.R. (O.S.) Kuhns L. E. (sea).

USS Cincinnati - 9:25 the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Cincinnati called officially on the Commanding Officer. At 11:00 the Commanding Officer left the ship officially to call on the American Consul General.

At 8:00 Kuhns L. E. (sea) returned aboard 1 hour overleave.

HIJMS Uji - The Commanding Officer made offical calls on acting American Consul General and on the Commanding Officer of Japanese gunboat Uji.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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16 July 1907

Boiler "C" in use.

W. A. Murdock (CookSh 4c) - Murdock W.A (SC4C) returned aboard 51 overtime.

W. F. Fletcher (Fire 2c) - At 11:10 the Captain had reports at the mast and awarded punishments as follows. Fletcher W.F. (F2C), Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters, Warned. Beeler C. (CP) Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters Warned. Whelan F (Sea) 23 hours overtime, 1 month extra 4th class and 30 days restriction. Phillip J (sea) 4 1/4 hours over time, 1 weeks restriction. Kuhns L.E. (sea) 1 hour overtime (lose one liberty, Murdock W.A (SC4C) 51 hours overleave, 1 months extra 4th class and 34 days restriction.

Charles Beeler (CP) - At 11:10 the Captain had reports at the mast and awarded punishments as follows. Fletcher W.F. (F2C), Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters, Warned. Beeler C. (CP) Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters Warned. Whelan F (Sea) 23 hours overtime, 1 month extra 4th class and 30 days restriction. Phillip J (sea) 4 1/4 hours over time, 1 weeks restriction. Kuhns L.E. (sea) 1 hour overtime (lose one liberty, Murdock W.A (SC4C) 51 hours overleave, 1 months extra 4th class and 34 days restriction.

John W. Phillip (Sea) - At 11:10 the Captain had reports at the mast and awarded punishments as follows. Fletcher W.F. (F2C), Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters, Warned. Beeler C. (CP) Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters Warned. Whelan F (Sea) 23 hours overtime, 1 month extra 4th class and 30 days restriction. Phillip J (sea) 4 1/4 hours over time, 1 weeks restriction. Kuhns L.E. (sea) 1 hour overtime (lose one liberty, Murdock W.A (SC4C) 51 hours overleave, 1 months extra 4th class and 34 days restriction.

F. Whelan (Sea) - At 11:10 the Captain had reports at the mast and awarded punishments as follows. Fletcher W.F. (F2C), Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters, Warned. Beeler C. (CP) Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters Warned. Whelan F (Sea) 23 hours overtime, 1 month extra 4th class and 30 days restriction. Phillip J (sea) 4 1/4 hours over time, 1 weeks restriction. Kuhns L.E. (sea) 1 hour overtime (lose one liberty, Murdock W.A (SC4C) 51 hours overleave, 1 months extra 4th class and 34 days restriction.

W. A. Murdock (CookSh 4c) - At 11:10 the Captain had reports at the mast and awarded punishments as follows. Fletcher W.F. (F2C), Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters, Warned. Beeler C. (CP) Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters Warned. Whelan F (Sea) 23 hours overtime, 1 month extra 4th class and 30 days restriction. Phillip J (sea) 4 1/4 hours over time, 1 weeks restriction. Kuhns L.E. (sea) 1 hour overtime (lose one liberty, Murdock W.A (SC4C) 51 hours overleave, 1 months extra 4th class and 34 days restriction.

L. E. Kuhns (Sea) - At 11:10 the Captain had reports at the mast and awarded punishments as follows. Fletcher W.F. (F2C), Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters, Warned. Beeler C. (CP) Dirty clothes at Sunday Quarters Warned. Whelan F (Sea) 23 hours overtime, 1 month extra 4th class and 30 days restriction. Phillip J (sea) 4 1/4 hours over time, 1 weeks restriction. Kuhns L.E. (sea) 1 hour overtime (lose one liberty, Murdock W.A (SC4C) 51 hours overleave, 1 months extra 4th class and 34 days restriction.

USS Cincinnati - At 3:40 U.S.S. Cincinnatti stood down the river.

USS Helena - At 5:44 U.S.S. Helena stood in and anchored. At 6:20 the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Helena called officially.

F. Klefisch (OS) - At 7:00 Klefisch F. (OS) returned from liberty 36 hours overtime.

F. R. Martin (OS) - At 11:00 Martin FR. (OS) returned from liberty 40 hours overtime.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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17 July 1907

Boiler "C" in use.

F. H. Manning (Sea) - Liberty party returned except Manning F (sea)

HMS Nightingale - At 10:15 British Gunboat Nightingale stood up the river. At 1100 the U.S.S. Consul General called officially on the Commanding Officer.

Ensign J. Dowell USN - A board of survey of which Ensign J. Dowell, U.S.N. was senior member held survey of missing articles in the Steam Engineering Dept.

USS Wilmington - At 102 the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Wilmington called officially on the Commanding Officer.

Liberty party left the ship at 1:30.

HIJMS Fushimi - At 5:05 the Japanese Gunboat Fushimi got underway and stood down the river.

W. L. Valentine (sea) - At 7:50 sent Valentine J.L. (sea) and McPheland (sea) stragglers from the U.S.S. Galveston, the the U.S.S. Helena.

J. L. McPheland (Sea) - At 7:50 sent Valentine J.L. (sea) and McPheland (sea) stragglers from the U.S.S. Galveston, the the U.S.S. Helena.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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18 July 1907

Boiler "C" in use.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Liberty party returned except Fuller G.A. Bsth.

USS Helena - At 9:55 the Commanding Officer of the ship called officially on the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Helena. At 10:00 the Commanding Officer of the Wilmington called on the Commanding Officer. At 1020 the USS Quiros stood down the river and came to anchor. At 11:15 the Commanding Officer of the Quiros called on the Commanding Officer.

USS Quiros - At 9:55 the Commanding Officer of the ship called officially on the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Helena. At 10:00 the Commanding Officer of the Wilmington called on the Commanding Officer. At 1020 the USS Quiros stood down the river and came to anchor. At 11:15 the Commanding Officer of the Quiros called on the Commanding Officer.

USS Wilmington - At 9:55 the Commanding Officer of the ship called officially on the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Helena. At 10:00 the Commanding Officer of the Wilmington called on the Commanding Officer. At 1020 the USS Quiros stood down the river and came to anchor. At 11:15 the Commanding Officer of the Quiros called on the Commanding Officer.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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19 July 1907

Boiler "C" in use.

coal: 52 tons - At 4:45 two coal lighters came along side. Made preparations for coaling and at 6:25 began coaling from both sides using coolies. Received during watch 52 tons.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Fuller G.A. (Bsth) returned 24 hours overtime.

coal: 149 tons - Coaling ship. Rec'd during watch 149 Tons.

USS Wilmington - The Captain returned the official calls of the Commanding Officers of the U.S.S. Wilmington and U.SS Quiros.

USS Quiros - The Captain returned the official calls of the Commanding Officers of the U.S.S. Wilmington and U.SS Quiros.

coal: 94 tons - Coaling ship. Received during watch 94 tons.

coal: 300 tons - At 4:20 finished coaling. 300 tons of Cardiff Coal taken on board.

French Cruiser Alger - At 5:50 the French cruiser Alger stood down the river.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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20 July 1907

USS Helena - At 2:10 the U.S.S. Helena got under way and stood down the river.

USS Quiros - At 8:15 the U.S.S. Quiros got underway and stood down the river.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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21 July 1907

Boiler "C" in use.

Liberty party returned.

T. McQuade (BosM 1c) - McQuade T, (BM1c) was presented a war medal by the Commanding Officer.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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22 July 1907

Boiler "C" in use.

USS Villalobos - At 3;30 Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Villalobos called officially.

W. F. Fletcher (Fire 2c) - At 1100 Fletcher W.F. (F.2c) returned 16 hours overleave.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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23 July 1907

Ah Kwan (Mess Att 2c) - Died whilst on liberty in Shanghai. The death of Ah Kwan was not in the line of duty.


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23 July 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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24 July 1907


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at anchor off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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25 July 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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26 July 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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27 July 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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28 July 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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29 July 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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30 July 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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31 July 1907



LOGS FOR AUGUST 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f227: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_261_1.jpg)


1 August 1907


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shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f22b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_262_1.jpg)


2 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f22d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_263_0.jpg)


off shanghai

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f22f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_263_1.jpg)


3 August 1907

Charles Beeler (CP) - At 9:40 by order of the Commanding Officer, Beeler C. (c.p.) was released from confinement to be tried by a S.C.M. At 9:50 a S.C.M. of which Lt. L.A. Cotten was senior member, met for the trial of Beeler C. (cp) and Flynn J.J. (F2c) for being absent from the ship without permission from the proper authority. At 10:10 by order of the Commanding Officer, Beeler, C (cp) was reconfined and Flynn J.J. (F.2c) was released from confinement to appear before a S.C.M. and at 10:30 Flynn J.J. was reconfined. At 10:35 S.C.M. adjourned to await the action of convening authority.

Lieut. L. A. Cotten USN - At 9:40 by order of the Commanding Officer, Beeler C. (c.p.) was released from confinement to be tried by a S.C.M. At 9:50 a S.C.M. of which Lt. L.A. Cotten was senior member, met for the trial of Beeler C. (cp) and Flynn J.J. (F2c) for being absent from the ship without permission from the proper authority. At 10:10 by order of the Commanding Officer, Beeler, C (cp) was reconfined and Flynn J.J. (F.2c) was released from confinement to appear before a S.C.M. and at 10:30 Flynn J.J. was reconfined. At 10:35 S.C.M. adjourned to await the action of convening authority.

J. J. Flynn (Fire 2c) - At 9:40 by order of the Commanding Officer, Beeler C. (c.p.) was released from confinement to be tried by a S.C.M. At 9:50 a S.C.M. of which Lt. L.A. Cotten was senior member, met for the trial of Beeler C. (cp) and Flynn J.J. (F2c) for being absent from the ship without permission from the proper authority. At 10:10 by order of the Commanding Officer, Beeler, C (cp) was reconfined and Flynn J.J. (F.2c) was released from confinement to appear before a S.C.M. and at 10:30 Flynn J.J. was reconfined. At 10:35 S.C.M. adjourned to await the action of convening authority.

At 9:50 a Chinese boarding officer called and requested the Commanding Officer to full dress ship Tomorrow morning at 8:00 A.M. in honor of the birthday of the Empress of China. At 10:20 a Russian boarding officer came aboard and requested that the Commanding Officer full dress ship morning at 8 A.M. in honor of the birthday of the Empress dowager of Russia.

At 1:00 sent baseball and liberty party ashore.


50874e1909d409075500f231: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_264_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f233: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_264_1.jpg)


4 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f235: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_265_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f237: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_265_1.jpg)


5 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f239: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_266_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f23b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_266_1.jpg)


6 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f23d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_267_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f23f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_267_1.jpg)


6 August 1907


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6 August 1907


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6 August 1907


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6 August 1907


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6 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f251: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_272_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f253: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_272_1.jpg)


7 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f255: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_273_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f257: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_273_1.jpg)


8 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f259: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_274_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f25b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_274_1.jpg)


9 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f25d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_275_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f25f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_275_1.jpg)


10 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f261: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_276_0.jpg)


shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f263: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_276_1.jpg)


11 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f265: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_277_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f267: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_277_1.jpg)


12 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f269: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_278_0.jpg)


shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f26b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_278_1.jpg)


13 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f26d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_279_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f26f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_279_1.jpg)


13 August 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f273: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_280_1.jpg)


14 August 1907

John W. Phillip (Sea) - At 9:15 by order of the Commanding Officer Phillip J. (Sea) Halwick L.D. (os) Murdock W.A. (SC4C) and Dumas A.E. (cp) were released from confinement

L. D. Halwick (OS) - At 9:15 by order of the Commanding Officer Phillip J. (Sea) Halwick L.D. (os) Murdock W.A. (SC4C) and Dumas A.E. (cp) were released from confinement

A. E. Dumas (CP) - At 9:15 by order of the Commanding Officer Phillip J. (Sea) Halwick L.D. (os) Murdock W.A. (SC4C) and Dumas A.E. (cp) were released from confinement

W. A. Murdock (CookSh 4c) - At 9:15 by order of the Commanding Officer Phillip J. (Sea) Halwick L.D. (os) Murdock W.A. (SC4C) and Dumas A.E. (cp) were released from confinement

William Kessel (BosM 1c) - William Kessel (B.M.1C) was this day given an acting appointment as Chief Boatswain's Mate, to date from July 10,1907.

HIJMS Akitsushima - The Commanding Officer of Japanese cruiser Akitsushima made official call on the captain.

HIJMS Naniwa - At 5:35 the Japanese cruiser Naniwa flying the flag of a Rear Admiral came to anchor in harbor. An official from U.S.S. Helena made a boarding visit to Japanese flag-ship.

USS Helena - At 5:35 the Japanese cruiser Naniwa flying the flag of a Rear Admiral came to anchor in harbor. An official from U.S.S. Helena made a boarding visit to Japanese flag-ship.


50874e1909d409075500f275: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_281_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f277: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_281_1.jpg)


15 August 1907

Lieut. E. H. Watson USN - An examining board, Lieut E. H. Watson U.S.N. senior member convened at 10:00 for the examination of S.D. Morgan (C.M.M.) and A. T. Briel (C. Elec) for permanent appointments.

A. T. Briel (Chief Elec) - An examining board, Lieut E. H. Watson U.S.N. senior member convened at 10:00 for the examination of S.D. Morgan (C.M.M.) and A. T. Briel (C. Elec) for permanent appointments.

S. D. Morgan (Chief Mach) - An examining board, Lieut E. H. Watson U.S.N. senior member convened at 10:00 for the examination of S.D. Morgan (C.M.M.) and A. T. Briel (C. Elec) for permanent appointments.

HIJMS Naniwa - The Commanding Officer made an official call on the Flag Officer on board the Japanese cruiser Naniwa.

At 2:25 Commanding Officer of Japanese cruiser Naniwa called upon the Captain and Ward-room Officers.

Midshipman H. F. Emerson USN - Midshipman Emerson was placed upon the Binnacle List.


50874e1909d409075500f279: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_282_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f27b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_282_1.jpg)


16 August 1907

USS Quiros - Commanding Officer of U.S.S. Quiros called upon the Captain.

USS Villalobos - At 5:30 USS Villalobos stood in and anchored

Threw overboard 180# flour condemned by surveying officer.


50874e1909d409075500f27d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_283_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f27f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_283_1.jpg)


17 August 1907

USS Villalobos - At 9:30 the Commanding Officer of the USS Villalobos called officially.

Lieut. E. H. Watson USN - At 10:00 a board of survey of which Lieut E.H. Watson was senior member reported on board and held survey in Equip. Nav and Pay Dept's.


50874e1909d409075500f281: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_284_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f283: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_284_1.jpg)


18 August 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f287: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_285_1.jpg)


19 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f289: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_286_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f28b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_286_1.jpg)


20 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f28d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_287_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f28f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_287_1.jpg)


21 August 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f293: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_288_1.jpg)


22 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f295: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_289_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f297: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_289_1.jpg)


23 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f299: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_290_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f29b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_290_1.jpg)


24 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f29d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_291_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f29f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_291_1.jpg)


26 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f2a1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_292_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f2a3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_292_1.jpg)


26 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f2a5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_293_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f2a7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_293_1.jpg)


27 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f2a9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol036of040/vol036of040_294_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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28 August 1907


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LOG BOOK – AUGUST 29th 1907 TO APRIL 20th 1908


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50874e1909d409075500f2c5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_006_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f2c7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_006_1.jpg)


29 August 1907


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29 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f2cd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_008_0.jpg)


off shanghai

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f2cf: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_008_1.jpg)


29 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f2d1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_009_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f2d3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_009_1.jpg)


30 August 1907


50874e1909d409075500f2d5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_010_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f2d7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_010_1.jpg)


31 August 1907



LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1907


50874e1909d409075500f2d9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_011_0.jpg)


shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1909d409075500f2db: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_011_1.jpg)


1 September 1907

Boiler "B" in use.

Sent liberty party ashore at 1-00 P.M.


50874e1a09d409075500f2dd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_012_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f2df: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_012_1.jpg)


2 September 1907

Steam on Boiler "B"

William F. Fletcher (Fire 2c) - Wm F. Fletcher Fireman second class absent being overleave from liberty.

Rec'd mail from the United States.

During sports three (3) coaling shovels were lost overboard.


50874e1a09d409075500f2e1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_013_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f2e3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_013_1.jpg)


3 September 1907

Boiler "B" in use.

H. R. Avera (OS) - H.R. Avera Ordinary Seaman a prisioner - at - large was found to be absent from the ship without authority.

USS Wilmington - Signal squad had drill with Wilmington.

Sent Base Ball party ashore, at 1:30 sent cutter ashore for stores.

Sent liberty party ashore at 4:00 P.M.

Signal drill on Ardois with the U.S.S. Wilmington.


50874e1a09d409075500f2e5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_014_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f2e7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_014_1.jpg)


4 September 1907

At 5:40 ash lighter came alongside, discharged ashes and shoved the lighter off at 6:30.

Lieut Lackey USN - Lieutenant Lackey reported aboard in obedience to orders and surveyed articles in C and R Dep'mt.

USS Helena - At 3:20 the U.S.S. Helena stood in and anchored. At 4:00 the Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Helena called.


50874e1a09d409075500f2e9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_015_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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5 September 1907

S. Spivak (Sea) - At 11:00 by order of the Commanding Officer S. Spivak, Seaman, was released from confinement his term having expired.

French Cruiser Alger - French cruiser Algers stood out.

Sent liberty party ashore at 4:00 P.M.

T. J. Donnelly (CP) - T. J. Donnelly coal Passer was found to be Absent from ship without leave.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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6 September 1907

Boiler "B" in use.

At 6:00 two coal lighters came alongside and at 6:30 began coaling ship with coolies.

H. R. Avera (OS) - Absentees:- H. R. Avera, O.S. T. J. Donnelly, C.P. J. C. Erb, B.M.2 class, and G. P. Doyle, Sea. At 11:00 J. C. Erb B.M. 2 class and G. P. Doyle, Sea returned four hours overtime.

T. J. Donnelly (CP) - Absentees:- H. R. Avera, O.S. T. J. Donnelly, C.P. J. C. Erb, B.M.2 class, and G. P. Doyle, Sea. At 11:00 J. C. Erb B.M. 2 class and G. P. Doyle, Sea returned four hours overtime.

J. C. Erb (BosM 2c) - Absentees:- H. R. Avera, O.S. T. J. Donnelly, C.P. J. C. Erb, B.M.2 class, and G. P. Doyle, Sea. At 11:00 J. C. Erb B.M. 2 class and G. P. Doyle, Sea returned four hours overtime.

G. P. Doyle Sea) - Absentees:- H. R. Avera, O.S. T. J. Donnelly, C.P. J. C. Erb, B.M.2 class, and G. P. Doyle, Sea. At 11:00 J. C. Erb B.M. 2 class and G. P. Doyle, Sea returned four hours overtime.

T. J. Donnelly, C.P. returned under guard ^ ~~~~ having been absent about 12 hours without leave.

coal: 150 tons - finished coaling at 1:40 took on 150 tons.

USS Wilmington - Sent steamer to assist in bringing off guest to U.S.S. Wilmington's dance.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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7 September 1907

Secured steamer at 2:00 A.M.

W. J. Nygard (OS) - W. J. Nygard, O.S. was found to be absent from the ship without permission.

Rigged out sailing launch and 3rd cutter.

Lieut. E. H. Watson USN - At 10:30 Lieut Watson, Ensign Dowell and Midsman Newton reported on board to examine G. E. Tourteletti for permanent appointment as Chief Yeoman.

Ensign J. Dowell USN - At 10:30 Lieut Watson, Ensign Dowell and Midsman Newton reported on board to examine G. E. Tourteletti for permanent appointment as Chief Yeoman.

Midshipman Newton USN - At 10:30 Lieut Watson, Ensign Dowell and Midsman Newton reported on board to examine G. E. Tourteletti for permanent appointment as Chief Yeoman.

Hoisted ashes and discharged same into lighter.

G. E. Tourtillotte (Yeo 1c) - At 10:30 Lieut Watson, Ensign Dowell and Midsman Newton reported on board to examine G. E. Tourteletti for permanent appointment as Chief Yeoman.

William F. Fletcher (Fire 2c) - Mast was held at 10:30 the Commanding officer meted out the following punishments W. F. Fletcher, 2 class receiving fourth class and T. J. Donnelly CP confined in the brig to await the action of a S.C.M. by order of the Commanding officer.

T. J. Donnelly (CP) - Mast was held at 10:30 the Commanding officer meted out the following punishments W. F. Fletcher, 2 class receiving fourth class and T. J. Donnelly CP confined in the brig to await the action of a S.C.M. by order of the Commanding officer.

At 1:00 sent baseball and liberty party ashore.

Charles Beeler (CP) - Transferred C. Beeler, CP and J. J. Flynn F.2d class to U.S.S. Wilmington with bag hammock and necessary papers.

J. J. Flynn (Fire 2c) - Transferred C. Beeler, CP and J. J. Flynn F.2d class to U.S.S. Wilmington with bag hammock and necessary papers.


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at anchor in and cruising up the yangste valley

Lat 11.4, Long 124.5


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8 September 1907


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at anchor in and cruising up the yangste valley

Lat , Long


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8 September 1907

dove buoy

Lat 22.2, Long 113.9

Liberty party returned.

T. J. Donnelly (CP) - U.S. Consul General came aboard for passage to Nanking. At 11:00 by order of Com'dg officer T. J. Donnelly Cp.P. was released from confinement made prisioner at large.

USS Helena - At 12:10 called all hands and unmoored ship. t 1:03 got under way and stood down Woosung River in company with the U.S.S. Helena. Steaming under boilers A-B and C on various courses. pilot and navigator at the con. At 2:45 passed Woosung inner bar and stood up the Yangtse-Kiang river, on various courses.

Steaming on various courses with pilot Langley conning; under previous boiler power, making 90 rev per min until 5:00 pm when started to make all speed possiable, under present boiler power without forcing them, U.S.S. Helena following. At 4:04 S.E. spit buoy abeam distance 400 years. At 5:20 Dove buoy abeam distance 100 yards. At 5:49 lower Centaur buoy abeam distance 50 yards.

At 6:55 came to anchor by starboard anchor with 8 1/2 fathoms of water with 45 feet of chain off Actoon buoy.


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at anchor in and cruising up the yangste valley

Lat , Long


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9 September 1907

cooper bank

Lat 32.0, Long 120.1

At 5:05 got underway and proceeded up the Yangste Kiang river with the U.S.S. Helena. Pilot at the conn.

Lieut. Lyman A. Cotten USN - At 10:13 a Summary Court Martial Lieutenant L. A. Cotten Senior member convened and tried the case of T. J. Donnelly, C.P. At 10:40 the court adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

T. J. Donnelly (CP) - At 10:13 a Summary Court Martial Lieutenant L. A. Cotten Senior member convened and tried the case of T. J. Donnelly, C.P. At 10:40 the court adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

Steaming under boilers A.B and C on various courses pilot at the conn. At 10:25 passed Cooper bank light-ship abeam At 9:05 passed a Chinese gunboat and at 11:45 passed a Chinese Cruiser, both at anchor in the river.

USS Helena - Steaming slowly under A. B. and C. boilers on various courses. conned by pilot Langley the U.S.S. Helena following. At 12:56 Ting La Ti beacon bore abeam. At 1:06 Kiang Ying forte bore abeam. At 2:02 Kiang ying light ship bore abeam. At 3:55 Bate Point beacon bore abeam.

At 7:35 dropped starboard anchor in 13 fathoms of water, veering to 60 fathoms to northward of Sha-Yeu-Ho.


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at anchor in and cruising up the yangtse valley

Lat , Long


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10 September 1907

nanjing

Lat 32.1, Long 118.8

At 5:50 weighed anchor and got under way, followed by the U.S.S. Helena. Steaming under A. B. and C. boilers up the Yangste river, pilot at the conn.

Steaming on various courses, making all speed possiable under previous boiler power with natural draught.

USS Helena - Had signal drill with the U.S.S. Helena using flag hoists.

At 8:30 stopped at ~~iou-Kiang and sent telegram.

SMS Luchs - Steaming up Yangste river under boiles A. B. and C. with pilot at the conn. At 12:35 passed the German gunboat Luchs.

T. J. Donnelly (CP) - At 1:00 read the proceedings of a Summary Court Martial before crew in case of T.J. Donnelly, C.P. charge absent without leave from 6:30 A.M. till 12 oclock noon, Sept 6th 1907 Sentence:- Solitary confinement for one (1) day on bread and water and to loose all pay for one month amounting to $22.00

Chinese cruiser Hai Che - At 2:00 fired salute of 21 guns with Chinese Ensign at the main. At 2:03 the Chinese cruiser returned salute of 21 guns with the U.S. Ensign at the main. At 2:06 fired a salute of 13 guns in honor of Flag Officer on Hai-Che. At 2:07 the Chinese cruiser Hai-Chi returned salute of 13 guns with the U.S. Ensign at the fore. At 2:25 anchored off Custom house in 23 fathoms of water, by 90 fathoms of starboard chain

USS Quiros - At 2:27 U.S.S. Helena anchored. At 2:30 Com'dg Officer of the Helena, Quiros, and Villalobos came aboard. At 3:30 the U.S. Consul came aboard.At 4:00 the U.S. Consul and Consul General Denby left the ship. A salute of 9 guns were fired in honor of Consul general Denby.

USS Villalobos - At 2:27 U.S.S. Helena anchored. At 2:30 Com'dg Officer of the Helena, Quiros, and Villalobos came aboard. At 3:30 the U.S. Consul came aboard.At 4:00 the U.S. Consul and Consul General Denby left the ship. A salute of 9 guns were fired in honor of Consul general Denby.

US Consul General Denby - At 2:27 U.S.S. Helena anchored. At 2:30 Com'dg Officer of the Helena, Quiros, and Villalobos came aboard. At 3:30 the U.S. Consul came aboard.At 4:00 the U.S. Consul and Consul General Denby left the ship. A salute of 9 guns were fired in honor of Consul general Denby.

At 4:50 the Comdg Officer called officially on on the Chinese Commodore. At 5:30 the Chinese Commodore sent an officer to pay respects to the Commanding Officer.


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nanking china

Lat 30.5, Long 117.1


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11 September 1907

Chinese cruiser Hai Chi - At 6:15 Chinese cruiser Hai-Chi stood down the river.

T. J. Donnelly (CP) - At 9:45 by order of the Commanding Officer T. J. Donnelly coal passer was confined in solitary for one day on bread and water in persuance of sentence of Summary Court Martial.

The Commanding Officer made an official call by appointment on the Viceroy of Anhui and Kiang-Si.


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nanking china

Lat 30.5, Long 117.1


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12 September 1907

Sent liberty party ashore.

USS Quiros - At 9:10 U.S.S. Quiros got underway and stood up the river. At 10:00 had signal drill with the U.S.S. Helena.

T. J. Donnelly (CP) - by order of the Captain T. J. Donnelly, CP. was released from confinement.

USS Helena - At 9:10 U.S.S. Quiros got underway and stood up the river. At 10:00 had signal drill with the U.S.S. Helena.

Sent mail orderly ashore at 1:00 P.M.

Signal drill with the U.S.S. Qurios.


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nanking china

Lat 30.5, Long 117.1


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13 September 1907


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at anchor off nanking china

Lat 30.5, Long 117.1


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13 September 1907

Lighted fires in boilers "B" and "C" at 2:00.

Rigged in steam launch and gangways. Tried steering engine, engine room telegraph, voice tubes, and main engine. Started to heave in at 7:00. 7:16 Housed awnings.

USS Helena - Anchor up at 8:05 waited until about 8:30 for the U.S.S. Helena, as she mistook the time signalled for getting underway, then proceeded up the river with the U.S.S. Helena following. Pilot Langly conning. Saddle Hill abeam at 10:40 Making all speed possibile with present boiler power.

Steaming under "A" "B" and "C" boilers, up the Yangste Kiang river. Pilot at the conn. Lost one 14 pound hand lead while in use. No responsibility.

At 7:20 came to anchor in 11 fathoms of water, 45 fathoms of chain. Pants-Ki pagoda bearing SE1/2E (pS.C.) distance about one mile. U.S.S. Helena anchored at 7:22. Secured main engines and banked fires in A. B. and C boilers.


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at anchor in and cruising up the yangtse valley

Lat , Long


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14 September 1907

tongling chie beacon

Lat 31.1, Long 117.8

USS Helena - Field day. Tested steering engine, engine room telegraphs, and voice tubes, turned steam on anchor engine and made all preparations for getting under way. Stated to heave in at 7:55 and got underway at 8:05 and stood up the river with pilot Langly at the conn, and the U.S.S. Helena following.

Pilot Langly - Field day. Tested steering engine, engine room telegraphs, and voice tubes, turned steam on anchor engine and made all preparations for getting under way. Stated to heave in at 7:55 and got underway at 8:05 and stood up the river with pilot Langly at the conn, and the U.S.S. Helena following.

At 9:53 Tongling Chie beacon bore abeam distance about 400 yards.

H. R. Avera (OS) - H. R. Avera OS was declared a deserter from the Naval Service to date from Sept 2nd 1907.


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at anchor in and cruising up the yangtse valley

Lat , Long


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15 September 1907


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at anchor in and cruising up the yangtse valley

Lat , Long


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16 September 1907


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hankow

Lat 30.6, Long 114.3


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17 September 1907


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moored off hankow china

Lat 30.6, Long 114.3


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18 September 1907


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moored off hankow china

Lat 30.6, Long 114.3


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19 September 1907


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moored off hankow china

Lat 30.6, Long 114.3


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20 September 1907


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moored off hankow china

Lat 30.6, Long 114.3


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21 September 1907


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anchored off kindiang china

Lat 21.5, Long 109.1


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22 September 1907


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anchored off kindiang china

Lat 21.5, Long 109.1


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23 September 1907


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at anchor off wuhu china

Lat 31.3, Long 118.3


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24 September 1907


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at anchor off wuhu china

Lat 31.3, Long 118.3


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25 September 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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26 September 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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27 September 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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28 September 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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29 September 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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30 September 1907

coal: 252 tons -



LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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1 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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2 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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3 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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4 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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5 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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6 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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7 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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8 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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9 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f37d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_052_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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10 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f383: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_053_1.jpg)


11 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f385: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_054_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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12 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f389: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_055_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f38b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_055_1.jpg)


13 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f38d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_056_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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14 October 1907


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14 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f397: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_058_1.jpg)


15 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f399: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_059_0.jpg)


off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f39b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_059_1.jpg)


16 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f39d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_060_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f39f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_060_1.jpg)


17 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3a1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_061_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f3a3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_061_1.jpg)


18 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3a5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_062_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f3a7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_062_1.jpg)


19 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3a9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_063_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f3ab: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_063_1.jpg)


20 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3ad: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_064_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f3af: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_064_1.jpg)


21 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3b1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_065_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f3b3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_065_1.jpg)


22 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3b5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_066_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f3b7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_066_1.jpg)


23 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3b9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_067_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f3bb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_067_1.jpg)


24 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3bd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_068_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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25 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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26 October 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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27 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3c9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_071_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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28 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3cd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_072_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f3cf: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_072_1.jpg)


29 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3d1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_073_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f3d3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_073_1.jpg)


30 October 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f3d5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_074_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f3d7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_074_1.jpg)


31 October 1907



LOGS FOR NOVEMBER 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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1 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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2 November 1907

Field day. U.S. mail came in on tender from the ""Sikrin".


50874e1a09d409075500f3e1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_077_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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3 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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4 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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5 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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6 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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7 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f3f7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_082_1.jpg)


8 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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9 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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10 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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11 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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12 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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13 November 1907

S. D. Morgan (Chief Mach) - S. D. Morgan C.M.M. enlistment expired and he was retained on board to await transportation.

SMS Taku - At 11:20 German torpedo boat "Taku" stood in.

At 12:10 German torpedo boat "Taku" anchored above us.

Daniel Craig (fire 1c) - Daniel Craig F 1cl was re-enlisted and granted ten (10) days leave of absence.

W. J. Goddard (CP) - At 4:30 Mustered crew at quarters, absentees: W. J. Goddard C.P. and A. C. Mangle O.S.

A. C. Mangle (OS) - At 4:30 Mustered crew at quarters, absentees: W. J. Goddard C.P. and A. C. Mangle O.S.


50874e1a09d409075500f40d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_088_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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14 November 1907

At 1:00 Full dressed ship Italian ensign at the main.


50874e1a09d409075500f411: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_089_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f413: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_089_1.jpg)


15 November 1907

Midshipman Hiram L. Irwin USN - Midshipman H.L. Irwin reported aboard U.S.S. Helena for examination in marine engines.


50874e1a09d409075500f415: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_090_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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16 November 1907

At 5:20 Ash lighter came alongside. General field day.

J. E. Anderson (OS) - The following named men were this day rated from ordinary seamen to seamen, to date from the first day of October, 1907: J.E. Anderson, F. A. Holmes, H. B. Moe, E. F. Luekes and R. Williamson. W.F. Fletcher was rated from F 2cl to F 1cl to date from Oct 1st 1907 and J. E. Fredricks was rated from seaman to electrician third class from Nov 1st 1907.

F. A. Holmes (OS) - The following named men were this day rated from ordinary seamen to seamen, to date from the first day of October, 1907: J.E. Anderson, F. A. Holmes, H. B. Moe, E. F. Luekes and R. Williamson. W.F. Fletcher was rated from F 2cl to F 1cl to date from Oct 1st 1907 and J. E. Fredricks was rated from seaman to electrician third class from Nov 1st 1907.

H. B. Moe (OS) - The following named men were this day rated from ordinary seamen to seamen, to date from the first day of October, 1907: J.E. Anderson, F. A. Holmes, H. B. Moe, E. F. Luekes and R. Williamson. W.F. Fletcher was rated from F 2cl to F 1cl to date from Oct 1st 1907 and J. E. Fredricks was rated from seaman to electrician third class from Nov 1st 1907.

E. F. Luekes (OS) - The following named men were this day rated from ordinary seamen to seamen, to date from the first day of October, 1907: J.E. Anderson, F. A. Holmes, H. B. Moe, E. F. Luekes and R. Williamson. W.F. Fletcher was rated from F 2cl to F 1cl to date from Oct 1st 1907 and J. E. Fredricks was rated from seaman to electrician third class from Nov 1st 1907.

W. R. Williamson (Sea) - The following named men were this day rated from ordinary seamen to seamen, to date from the first day of October, 1907: J.E. Anderson, F. A. Holmes, H. B. Moe, E. F. Luekes and R. Williamson. W.F. Fletcher was rated from F 2cl to F 1cl to date from Oct 1st 1907 and J. E. Fredricks was rated from seaman to electrician third class from Nov 1st 1907.

William F. Fletcher (Fire 2c) - The following named men were this day rated from ordinary seamen to seamen, to date from the first day of October, 1907: J.E. Anderson, F. A. Holmes, H. B. Moe, E. F. Luekes and R. Williamson. W.F. Fletcher was rated from F 2cl to F 1cl to date from Oct 1st 1907 and J. E. Fredricks was rated from seaman to electrician third class from Nov 1st 1907.

J. E. Fredricks (OS) - The following named men were this day rated from ordinary seamen to seamen, to date from the first day of October, 1907: J.E. Anderson, F. A. Holmes, H. B. Moe, E. F. Luekes and R. Williamson. W.F. Fletcher was rated from F 2cl to F 1cl to date from Oct 1st 1907 and J. E. Fredricks was rated from seaman to electrician third class from Nov 1st 1907.

HMS Flora - The Captain made an official call on H.M.S. "Flora"

T. J. Donnelly (CP) - T. J. Donnelly C.P. returned five hours overtime.


50874e1a09d409075500f419: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_091_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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17 November 1907

W. J. Goddard (CP) - W. J. Goddard C.P. declared a deserter from the U. S. Naval service to date from November 6, 1907. A.C. Mangle, O.S. declared a deserter from the U. S. Naval service to date from November 7, 1907.

A. C. Mangle (OS) - W. J. Goddard C.P. declared a deserter from the U. S. Naval service to date from November 6, 1907. A.C. Mangle, O.S. declared a deserter from the U. S. Naval service to date from November 7, 1907.

SMS Taku - At 9:40 German torpedo boat "Taku" stood out. At 11:45 Japanese river gunboat stood out.

SMS Jaguar - At 12:10 German gunboat "Jaguar" stood out.

USS Quiros - At 12:10 German gunboat "Jaguar" stood out.

At 6:10 German gunboat stood in.


50874e1a09d409075500f41d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_092_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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18 November 1907


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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19 November 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f425: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_094_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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20 November 1907


50874e1a09d409075500f429: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_095_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


50874e1a09d409075500f42b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_095_1.jpg)


21 November 1907

HMS Sinpe - At 7:20 English gunboat "Snipe" left the harbor.

At 9:15 The Captain of the Russian cruiser "Jemtchug" called officially on the Commanding Officer.

Lieut. Lyman A. Cotten USN - At 10:05 A Summary Court Martial of which Lieutenant L. A. Cotten, U.S.N. was senior member met for the trial of T. J. Donnelly CP U.S.N. and H. D. Ludwig CP. U.S.N. At 10:55 Summary Court Martial adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

T. J. Donnelly (CP) - At 10:05 A Summary Court Martial of which Lieutenant L. A. Cotten, U.S.N. was senior member met for the trial of T. J. Donnelly CP U.S.N. and H. D. Ludwig CP. U.S.N. At 10:55 Summary Court Martial adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

H. D. Ludwig (CP) - At 10:05 A Summary Court Martial of which Lieutenant L. A. Cotten, U.S.N. was senior member met for the trial of T. J. Donnelly CP U.S.N. and H. D. Ludwig CP. U.S.N. At 10:55 Summary Court Martial adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

Paymaster held auction sale of deserters effects realizing $.43.

SMS Luchs - German gunboat "Luchs" stood in and up river.


50874e1a09d409075500f42d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_096_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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22 November 1907

coal: 34 tons - At 5:40 Two lighters of coal came alongside and at 6:45 commenced coaling ship by yard force. received 34 tons aboard during watch.

coal: 138 tons - Coaling ship received during watch 138 tons.

The Captain returned official call of Commander of "Jemtchug".

coal: 18 tons - At At 12:50 Finished coaling ship. received during watch 18 tons. received during day 190 tons.


50874e1a09d409075500f431: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol037of040/vol037of040_097_0.jpg)


moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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23 November 1907

General field day.

All of the liberty party returned on time.

SMS Leipzig - At 3:45 German cruiser "Liepzig" stood up the river and anchored. After swinging to flood tide she got up anchor and moored further down the river.

USS Helena - Sent steamer to the U.S.S. Helena for entertainment.


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24 November 1907

SMS Leipzig - At 8:00 Sent boarding officer to S.M.S. "Leipzig"

Daniel Craig (Fire 1c) - D. Craig F. 1cl reported on board from ten days leave.

At 9:45 boarding officer from S.M.S. "Leipzig" returned call.

At 1:00 Sent liberty party ashore.


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moored off shanghai china

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25 November 1907

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HMS Teal - At 9:40 British gunboat "Teal" got underway and stood down the river.

USS Quiros - U.S.S. "Quiros" stood up the river and anchored.


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moored off shanghai china

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26 November 1907

Italian cruiser Vesuvio - The Italian cruiser "Vesuvio" came out of dock and anchored up the river.

SMS Jaguar - At 8:05 S.M.S. "Jaguar" left the harbor. At 9:25 S.M.S. "Leipzig" stood up the river.

SMS Leipzig - At 8:05 S.M.S. "Jaguar" left the harbor. At 9:25 S.M.S. "Leipzig" stood up the river.

T. J. Donnelly (CP) - Published proceedings and sentences in the following Courts Martial with crew mustered aft. T. J. Donnelly CP. Sentence:- Solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for one day and to lose 45 days pay except ten cents per day total loss of pay amounting to $28.50. H. D. Ludwig, CP. Sentence:- Solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for one day and to lose one months pay amounting to $22.00. Action of Commanding Authority in the case of T. J. Donnelly CP. Disapproved because the evidence adduced does not prove that said T.J. Donnelly CP was absent without leave, released and retored to duty.

H. D. Ludwig (CP) - Published proceedings and sentences in the following Courts Martial with crew mustered aft. T. J. Donnelly CP. Sentence:- Solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for one day and to lose 45 days pay except ten cents per day total loss of pay amounting to $28.50. H. D. Ludwig, CP. Sentence:- Solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for one day and to lose one months pay amounting to $22.00. Action of Commanding Authority in the case of T. J. Donnelly CP. Disapproved because the evidence adduced does not prove that said T.J. Donnelly CP was absent without leave, released and retored to duty.

USS Quiros - At 9:50 Commanding Officer of U.S.S. "Quiros" called officially.


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27 November 1907

Lieut. E. H. Watson USN - A board of survey consisting of Lieutenant Watson, Ensign Dowell and Midshipman Newton, reported aboard to survey articles in Construction and Repair, and Equipment Department.

Ensign J. Dowell USN - A board of survey consisting of Lieutenant Watson, Ensign Dowell and Midshipman Newton, reported aboard to survey articles in Construction and Repair, and Equipment Department.

Midshipman Newton USN - A board of survey consisting of Lieutenant Watson, Ensign Dowell and Midshipman Newton, reported aboard to survey articles in Construction and Repair, and Equipment Department.

Ah Sou (StewWR) - Ah Sou, WR. Std enlistment expired honorably discharged.

At 1:00 Sent liberty party ashore. Touching up white paint worn in gangway.


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28 November 1907


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29 November 1907

Ah Sou (StewWR) - Re-enlisted Ah Sou as M.A. 3" class dated from Nov 27" 1907. Ah Sou rated W.R. Std.


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30 November 1907

SMS Taku - At 9:20 S.M.S. "Taku" left the harbor.



LOGS FOR DECEMBER 1907


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1 December 1907


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2 December 1907


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3 December 1907


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4 December 1907


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5 December 1907

Started hydrometer on C boiler at 1000 o'clock.

T. W. Evans (Sea) - At 100 the Captain had reports at the mast and awarded the following punishments. Evans, T. W. (Sea) "Careless in handling paint." Warned. Kuhns L.E. (Sea), Same, warned. Doyle G.P. (Sea) Same, warned. Laraby, J. (F 1C) "Stealing provisions from C.P.O. ice box." Summary Court Martial. By order of the Captain, H. D. Ludwig (C.P.) was placed in confinement for one day in accordance with sentence of S.C.M., and J. Laraby was made a prisoner-at-large.

L. E. Kuhns (Sea) - At 100 the Captain had reports at the mast and awarded the following punishments. Evans, T. W. (Sea) "Careless in handling paint." Warned. Kuhns L.E. (Sea), Same, warned. Doyle G.P. (Sea) Same, warned. Laraby, J. (F 1C) "Stealing provisions from C.P.O. ice box." Summary Court Martial. By order of the Captain, H. D. Ludwig (C.P.) was placed in confinement for one day in accordance with sentence of S.C.M., and J. Laraby was made a prisoner-at-large.

G. P. Doyle Sea) - At 100 the Captain had reports at the mast and awarded the following punishments. Evans, T. W. (Sea) "Careless in handling paint." Warned. Kuhns L.E. (Sea), Same, warned. Doyle G.P. (Sea) Same, warned. Laraby, J. (F 1C) "Stealing provisions from C.P.O. ice box." Summary Court Martial. By order of the Captain, H. D. Ludwig (C.P.) was placed in confinement for one day in accordance with sentence of S.C.M., and J. Laraby was made a prisoner-at-large.

J. Laraby (Fire 1c) - At 100 the Captain had reports at the mast and awarded the following punishments. Evans, T. W. (Sea) "Careless in handling paint." Warned. Kuhns L.E. (Sea), Same, warned. Doyle G.P. (Sea) Same, warned. Laraby, J. (F 1C) "Stealing provisions from C.P.O. ice box." Summary Court Martial. By order of the Captain, H. D. Ludwig (C.P.) was placed in confinement for one day in accordance with sentence of S.C.M., and J. Laraby was made a prisoner-at-large.

H. D. Ludwig (CP) - At 100 the Captain had reports at the mast and awarded the following punishments. Evans, T. W. (Sea) "Careless in handling paint." Warned. Kuhns L.E. (Sea), Same, warned. Doyle G.P. (Sea) Same, warned. Laraby, J. (F 1C) "Stealing provisions from C.P.O. ice box." Summary Court Martial. By order of the Captain, H. D. Ludwig (C.P.) was placed in confinement for one day in accordance with sentence of S.C.M., and J. Laraby was made a prisoner-at-large.

At 1021 General Court Martial reconvened on board, after recess of yesterday. At 1116 General Court Martial adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

Lighted fires in C boiler at 100 o'clock, connectes up same at 230 and tested mechanical lifting gear on safty valve. Disconnected D boiler and allowed fires to die out.

William Kessel (Chief BosM) - Transfered to U.S.S. Galveston, with hammock and effects, W. Kessel (Chief Botswain's Mate).


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6 December 1907


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7 December 1907

Field day. German gunboat stood out at 6:20.

Ensign Smythe - Ensigns Smythe & Sahm reported on board for a survey in the Steam engineering department.

Ensign Sahm - Ensigns Smythe & Sahm reported on board for a survey in the Steam engineering department.

The Commanding officer of the U.S.S. Rainbow called on the Commanding Officer.

Griffis - At 1000 Griffis was placed in solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for eleven days in pursuance of Sentence of a Summary Court Martial.

Lt. Penell USN - At 1020 a Summary Court Martial of which Lt. Penell U.S. Navy was senior member, met for the trial of J. Laraby, F 1.C. U.S. Navy. At 11:50 the court ajourned to await the action of the convening authority.

J. Laraby (Fire 1c) - At 1020 a Summary Court Martial of which Lt. Penell U.S. Navy was senior member, met for the trial of J. Laraby, F 1.C. U.S. Navy. At 11:50 the court ajourned to await the action of the convening authority.

At 2:00 o'clock the Third Squadron Commander U.S. Pacific Fleet, and aid, came aboard officially. At 2:10 sounded quarters and the admiral inspected the crew and ship.

L. E. Kuhns (Sea) - At 11:30 Kuhns, L.E. Sea. U.S.N. returned to the ship 16 1/2 hrs overleave.


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moored off shanghai china

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8 December 1907

F. A. Kennedy (CP) - Absentees: Kennedy F. A. (C.P.) U.S.N., Fletcher, W.F. (F 1.C) U.S. Navy.

William F. Fletcher (Fire 1c) - Absentees: Kennedy F. A. (C.P.) U.S.N., Fletcher, W.F. (F 1.C) U.S. Navy.

At 1030 the missionaries came aboard and held devine services.

USS Rainbow - At 12:20, U.S.S. Rainbow got underway and left the harbor, followed by the U.S.S. Chattanooga and U.S.S. Galveston.

C. H. Creek (Oiler) - Creek, C.H. (Oiler) a straggler from U.S.S. Galveston reported aboard at 2:00.

USS Chattanooga - At 12:20, U.S.S. Rainbow got underway and left the harbor, followed by the U.S.S. Chattanooga and U.S.S. Galveston.

USS Galveston - At 12:20, U.S.S. Rainbow got underway and left the harbor, followed by the U.S.S. Chattanooga and U.S.S. Galveston.

W. R. Williamson (Sea) - Transferred to the U.S.S. Helena with bag and hammock Williamson, R. (Sea) U.S.N., and Creek, C.H. (Oiler) straggler from the U.S.S. Galveston. Received aboard from the U.S.S. Helena, with bag and hammock, Villa, D. (Sea).

D. Villa (Sea) - Transferred to the U.S.S. Helena with bag and hammock Williamson, R. (Sea) U.S.N., and Creek, C.H. (Oiler) straggler from the U.S.S. Galveston. Received aboard from the U.S.S. Helena, with bag and hammock, Villa, D. (Sea).


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9 December 1907

William F. Fletcher (Fire 1c) - Fletcher, W.F. (F 1/c) U.S.N., returned to ship 24 hrs. overleave.

F. R. Martin (OS) - Liberty party returned except Martin F.R. (O.S). Lewis, J. (C.P) and Boyle, J. H. C.P.

J. H. Boyle (CP) - Liberty party returned except Martin F.R. (O.S). Lewis, J. (C.P) and Boyle, J. H. C.P.

J. Lewis (CP) - Liberty party returned except Martin F.R. (O.S). Lewis, J. (C.P) and Boyle, J. H. C.P.

P. Dunnigan (CP) - At 11:30 Dunnigan, P. (CP) a straggler from the U.S.S. Chattanooga, was brought aboard by civil authorities.*

H. D. Quinn (Sea) - At 2:15 Quinn, H.D.(Sea) a straggler from the U.S.S. Rainbow, was brought aboard by civil authorities and a reward of $10.00 U.S.C. was paid for his apprehension and delivery on board.

Transferred to the U.S.S. Helena, Dunnigan, P. (C.P.) and Quinn, H.D. (Sea) Stragglers.

* A reward of $10.00 U.S.C. was paid for the apprehension and delivery on board of Dunnigan, P. (C.P) straggler from the U.S.S. Chattanooga.


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10 December 1907

At 6:00 lighted fires in boilers A, and D.

At 8:15 hove up st'bd anchor. At 8:40 tested main engines, steering eng, eng. room telegraphs, whistle & siren and reported ready to get underway. At 9:00 went to quarters and at 9:05 got underway & stood up river with a harbor master at the conn: At 9:36 let go st'bd anchor and at 9:40 let go port anchor and moored in 5 1/2 fathoms of water, 45 fathoms on each chain. Mooring swivle on the port side (up stream) chain. Shifted sheet anchor to st'bd bill board & made st'bd chain fast to it.

J. Murphy (Fire 2c) - At 9:00 Murphy J. (F 2/c) a straggler from the U.S.S. Rainbow was brought aboard and a reward of $20 was paid for him.

At 11:00 the C.O. of H.M.S. Flora, called upon the captian.

Received Mail from the United States.

Received from Quiros.


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11 December 1907

Sent liberty party ashore.

F. A. Kennedy (CP) - At 5:00 Kennedy F. (C.P) returned 83 hrs. overtime & Boyle, J.H. (C.P) returned 59 hrs overtime.

J. H. Boyle (CP) - At 5:00 Kennedy F. (C.P) returned 83 hrs. overtime & Boyle, J.H. (C.P) returned 59 hrs overtime.

J. Nash (OS) - Read the proceedings of a Summary Court Martial in the case of Nash, J. (OS) U.S.N. Charge: "Absent from the ship without proper authority" Sentence. Solitary confinment in double irons for five days, with full ration every third day & to lose ten days pay, except the sum of 10 cents per day. Loss of pay $5.33.


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12 December 1907


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13 December 1907

J. Laraby (Fire 1c) - At 9:30 published the proceedings and sentence in the S.C.M. case of J. Laraby (F 1/c) as follows:- Sentence. "Solitary confinment in double irons on bread and water for ten days, with full ration every third day and to lose all pay except $30.00 per month, for three months. total loss of pay amounting to $96.00.

L. E. Kuhns (Sea) - At 10:30 the Captain awarded the following punishments at the Mast. Kuhns L.E. (Sea) 16 1/2 hrs overleave, 20 days restriction of liberty and 2d class

William F. Fletcher (Fire 1c) - Fletcher, W.F. (F 1/c) 24 1/2 hrs overleave, 24 days " " " and 4th class.

J. Lewis (CP) - Lewis. J (C.P) 11 hrs overtime, 14 days " " " and 2d class.

F. R. Martin (OS) - Martin, F.R. (O.S) 11 hrs overtime, 14 days " " " and 2d class.

J. H. Boyle (CP) - Boyle, J.H. (C.P.) 39 hrs overtime, 34 days " " " and 4th class.

F. A. Kennedy (CP) - Kennedy, F.A. (C.P) 83 hrs overtime, 60 days " " " and 4th class.


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14 December 1907


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15 December 1907


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16 December 1907


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17 December 1907


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18 December 1907


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19 December 1907


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20 December 1907


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moored off shanghai china

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21 December 1907


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Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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22 December 1907


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23 December 1907


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24 December 1907


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25 December 1907


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26 December 1907


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27 December 1907


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28 December 1907


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29 December 1907

At 1:00 sent liberty party ashore.


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30 December 1907

C. Weber (Sea) - LIberty party returned except Weber, C. (Sea).

H. O. Duvendock (Mach 1c) - Duvendock H. O. (M. M. 1/c) was this day discharged from the U.S. Naval Service, by reason of purchase.

Weber, C. (Sea) returned 14 hrs. overtime.


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31 December 1907

S. Spivak (Sea) - Spivak (Sea) Halwick (OS) absent overleave. At 10:00 Spivak (Sea) returned 3 hrs overleave.

L. D. Halwick (OS) - Spivak (Sea) Halwick (OS) absent overleave. At 10:00 Spivak (Sea) returned 3 hrs overleave.

SMS Leipzig - Sent boarding officer to S.M.S. Leipzig. At 10:30 boarding officer from S.M.S. Leipzig called. At 10:55 Chinese Cruiser Kwan Ting stood out.

Chinese cruiser Kwan Ting - Sent boarding officer to S.M.S. Leipzig. At 10:30 boarding officer from S.M.S. Leipzig called. At 10:55 Chinese Cruiser Kwan Ting stood out.

At 11:30 Halwick returned four hours overtime.

At 12:55 Commanding Officer of Leipzig called on Commanding Officer. At 1:35 Commanding Officer called on S.M.S. Leipzig.



LOGS FOR JANUARY 1908


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1 January 1908


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2 January 1908


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3 January 1908


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4 January 1908


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5 January 1908


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6 January 1908

HMS Bramble - Commanding officer of H.M.S. Bramble called upon the captain.


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7 January 1908

Midshipman Kenneth Whiting USN - At 8:15 sent firing party to rifle range in charge of Mid'n. Whiting.

HMS Bramble - At 10:30 H.M.S. Bramble stood out.

HMS Nightingale - At 1:20 H.M.S. Nighingale stood up river.

Paid crew their monthly money. Sent liberty party ashore.


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8 January 1908

At 8:00 full dressed ship with Italian ensign at the main.

D. H. Luby (Sea) - Luby D.H. (Sea) returned 3 hrs overtime.

Midshipman Kenneth Whiting USN - Firing party in charge of Mid'n. Whiting went to the shore range.

H. Resnick (Fire 2c) - Resnick, H. (F 2/c) returned 7 hrs overtime. Corum, S.L. (Oiler) went on 5 days leave.

S. L. Corum (Oiler) - At 8:00 full dressed ship with Italian ensign at the main.


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9 January 1908

J. W. Evans (Sea) - Absentees: Evans, J.W. (Sea) Speck S. (Sea) Willis, C. (F 1/c).

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - Absentees: Evans, J.W. (Sea) Speck S. (Sea) Willis, C. (F 1/c).

S. Speck (Sea) - Absentees: Evans, J.W. (Sea) Speck S. (Sea) Willis, C. (F 1/c).

Italian cruiser Vesuvio - Officer from Vesuvio called to thank Captain for dressing ship yesterday.


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10 January 1908

C. Weber (Sea) - Found Weber C. (Sea) drunk.

C. Weber (Sea) - At 1:00 P.M. Weber C. (Sea) was placed in confinment for safe keeping, he having been found drunk on board ship

T. W. Evans (Sea) - At 4:30 Evans, T. W. & Speck, T. returned thiry three hours overtime. At 445 Weber, C. (Sea) was released.

S. Speck (Sea) - At 4:30 Evans, T. W. & Speck, T. returned thiry three hours overtime. At 445 Weber, C. (Sea) was released.

Ah So (Mess Att 2c) - At 6:00 P.M. Ah So M. Att 2/c on leave from the U.S.S. Rainbow, reported on board, stating that he could not get passage to Manila, P.I. from Hong Kong., as the U.S. Medical Officer refused to pass him.

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - At 8:00 P.M. after a search had been made, Weber, C. (Sea) was found to be absent from the ship. At 9:00 Willis F. returned, 38 hrs overleave.


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11 January 1908

C. Weber (Sea) - At 6:15 Weber, C. (Sea) returned on board, having been absent without proper authority.

HMS Nightingale - 7:25 H.M.S. Nighingale stood down river.

General field day.

At 10:30 the Captain awarded the following punishments at the mast.

A. Nicholson (OS) - Nicholson, A. (O.S.) Swearing at a P.O. when ordered to lay aft as side boy. 5 days sol. con.

D. H. Luby (Sea) - Luby, D.H. (Sea) Overleave, 3 hrs. 1 weeks restriction, and 1st class.

H. Resnick (Fire 2c) - Resnick, H. (F. 2/c) " 7 ". 2 " " " 2d "

C. Weber (Sea) - Weber, C. (Sea) Under the influence of liquor not having been on liberty. S.C.M.

Ralph Arthur Meigs (Paint 3c) - Meigs, R.A. (Ptr. 3./c) Overtime 1 hour. Warned.

J. W. Evans (Sea) - Evans, J.W. (Sea) " 33 hrs. 21 days restriction & 3rd class.

S. Speck (Sea) - Speck, T. (Sea) " 33 hrs do do do

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - Willis, C. (F 1/c) " 39 hrs. 1 months " 4 class two months.

Weber, C. (Sea) Leaving ship between 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. of the 10th, and remaining absent until 6:15 A.M. of the 11th. S.C.M. By order of the Captain, Nicholson, A. (O.S.) was placed in solitary confinment for 5 days, and Weber, C. (Sea) was made a prisoner at large, awaiting trial by S.C.M.

T. Millet (Fire 1c) - Millet, T. (F 1/c) returned 14 hrs overtime.


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12 January 1908

Sent liberty men at 1:00.


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13 January 1908

S. L. Corum (Oiler) - At 12:00 Corum, S. L. (Oiler) returned from leave.


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14 January 1908

Lieut. Lyman A. Cotten USN - At 9:40 S.C.M. Lt. L.A. Cotten, senior member convened for the trial of C. Weber (Sea). At 10:05 the court adjourned to await the action of the convenining authority.

C. Weber (Sea) - At 9:40 S.C.M. Lt. L.A. Cotten, senior member convened for the trial of C. Weber (Sea). At 10:05 the court adjourned to await the action of the convenining authority.

The Medical officer condemned 30# tinned tomatoes 6# meat, which were disposed of


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15 January 1908


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16 January 1908

Replacing nipple on Steam launch boiler.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Fuller, G.A. (B. Sth), and King, G.S. (C.P.) absent, overleave. Lynch, J. H. was released from single irons and placed on the sick list. At 9:30 Nicholson, A. (O.S.) was released from confinment, and restored to duty, his term having expired.

J. H. Lynch - Fuller, G.A. (B. Sth), and King, G.S. (C.P.) absent, overleave. Lynch, J. H. was released from single irons and placed on the sick list. At 9:30 Nicholson, A. (O.S.) was released from confinment, and restored to duty, his term having expired.

G. S. King (CP) - Fuller, G.A. (B. Sth), and King, G.S. (C.P.) absent, overleave. Lynch, J. H. was released from single irons and placed on the sick list. At 9:30 Nicholson, A. (O.S.) was released from confinment, and restored to duty, his term having expired.

A. Nicholson (OS) - Fuller, G.A. (B. Sth), and King, G.S. (C.P.) absent, overleave. Lynch, J. H. was released from single irons and placed on the sick list. At 9:30 Nicholson, A. (O.S.) was released from confinment, and restored to duty, his term having expired.

Italian cruiser Vesuvio - At 9:30 the Italian cruiser Vesuvio got underway and stood down the river.

French Cruiser Alger - At 3:30 French cruiser Alger, stood up the river and moored. Sent officer to board her at 1:00.

G. S. King (CP) - King, G.S. (C.P) returned 6 hrs overleave.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - At 5:00 Fuller, G.A. (B. Sth) returned on board 34 hrs overleave.


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17 January 1908

At 10:15 the Captain awarded the following punishments at the mast.

J. Millet (Fire 1c) - Millet, T. (F 1/c) overleave 14 hrs. Restetricted 16 days and second class.

G. Sullivan (Sea) - Sullivan, G. (Sea) " 45 min. Warned

F. Wetzenhuber (Sea) - Wetzenhuber (Sea) " 45 min "

H. D. Ludwig (CP) - Ludwig, H.D. (C.P.) Abent from quarters. 4th. class

F. A. Kennedy (CP) - Kennedy, F.A. (C.P) do 4th class two months.

G. S. King (CP) - King, G.S. (C.P) Overleave 6 hrs. 2d class.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Fuller, G.A. (B.Sth) " 34 " 4th class. 24 days restriction.

French Cruiser Alger - A boarding officer from the French cruiser Alger returned a boarding visit.


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18 January 1908

J. Nash (OS) - At 5:30 Nash, J. (O.S.) was found to be absent from the ship without leave from the proper authority. At 7:30 Nash, J. (O.S) returned on board.

Field day. Held mast and the following punishments were awarded.

G. M. Stevenson (Sea) - Stevenson, G.M. (Sea) Having intoxicating liquor in possession. in steamer. S.C.M.

W. Hardy (Cox) - Hardy, W. (Cox) do do do S.C.M.

W. Hardy (Cox) - Hardy W. (Cox) Lieing to the Executive Officer. Act'g. App't. revoked.

J. Nash (OS) - Nash J. (O.S.) Absent from ship without leave from proper authority, from after 9:00 P.M. Jan 17, to 7:30 A.M. Jan 18. 08.

J. Nash (OS) - " 2. Atempting to smuggle intoxicating liquor on board. S.C.M.

Sent liberty party at 1:00 P.M.


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19 January 1908

C. Weber (Sea) - Published proceedings of S.C.M. in the case of Weber, C. (Sea) U.S.N. Charge. "Under the influence of intoxicating liquor on board ship, and absent from ship without permission." Sentence: " Solitary confinment on bread, and water in double irons for one day and to lose all pay except $3.00 per month for two months, total loss amounting to $42:00. At 10:00 Weber was placed in solitary confinment in double irons for one day in persuance of sentence of S.C.M.

W. Hardy (Sea) - At 10:00 delivered specifications for S.C.M. to Hardy, W. Sea for having intoxicating liquor in possession in steam launch, to Stevensen, G. M. (Sea) having intoxicating liquor in possession in steam launch, to Nash, J. (O.S.) leaving ship without permission, and attempting to smuggle intoxicating liquor aboard.

G. M. Stevenson (Sea) - At 10:00 delivered specifications for S.C.M. to Hardy, W. Sea for having intoxicating liquor in possession in steam launch, to Stevensen, G. M. (Sea) having intoxicating liquor in possession in steam launch, to Nash, J. (O.S.) leaving ship without permission, and attempting to smuggle intoxicating liquor aboard.

J. Nash (OS) - At 10:00 delivered specifications for S.C.M. to Hardy, W. Sea for having intoxicating liquor in possession in steam launch, to Stevensen, G. M. (Sea) having intoxicating liquor in possession in steam launch, to Nash, J. (O.S.) leaving ship without permission, and attempting to smuggle intoxicating liquor aboard.

USS Villalobos - At 4:30 U.S.S. Villalobos stood in and moored. At 5:15 the Comd'g officer of the Villalobos called officially. At 4:30 an Austrian Man of War stood in.


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20 January 1908

Liberty party returned.

C. Weber (Sea) - At 10:00 Weber, C. (Sea) was released from confinment by order of the Captain. At 9:30 S.C.M. Lieut. L.A. Cotten, U.S.N. senior member convened and tried the cases of W. Hardy (Cox) and J. Nash (O.S.) At 11:00 S.C.M. took a recess until 1:00 P.M.

Lieut. Lyman A. Cotten USN - At 10:00 Weber, C. (Sea) was released from confinment by order of the Captain. At 9:30 S.C.M. Lieut. L.A. Cotten, U.S.N. senior member convened and tried the cases of W. Hardy (Cox) and J. Nash (O.S.) At 11:00 S.C.M. took a recess until 1:00 P.M.

J. Nash (OS) - At 10:00 Weber, C. (Sea) was released from confinment by order of the Captain. At 9:30 S.C.M. Lieut. L.A. Cotten, U.S.N. senior member convened and tried the cases of W. Hardy (Cox) and J. Nash (O.S.) At 11:00 S.C.M. took a recess until 1:00 P.M.

W. Hardy (Cox) - At 10:00 Weber, C. (Sea) was released from confinment by order of the Captain. At 9:30 S.C.M. Lieut. L.A. Cotten, U.S.N. senior member convened and tried the cases of W. Hardy (Cox) and J. Nash (O.S.) At 11:00 S.C.M. took a recess until 1:00 P.M.

G. M. Stevenson (Sea) - At 11:00 S.C.M. took a recess until 1:00 P.M.


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21 January 1908

G. M. Stevenson (Sea) - S.C.M. re-convened in the case of Stevenson (Sea) at 9.55 Adjourned at 11:15 A.M.

Austrian Cruiser Franz Joseph I - Sent boarding officer to call on Austrian ship "Franz Joseph I", the call was returned and the captain paid an official visit to the captain of the "Franz Joseph I"


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22 January 1908

Hoisted ashes. Lowered 2d cutter to take range party ashore.

Midshipman Kenneth Whiting USN - At 8:15 sent firing party consisting of second division to range in charge of Mid'n. Whiting.

8:00 Full dressed ship with British ensign at the main.

C. Sheridan (Fire 1c) - At 10:00 Sheridan, C. F. 1c, was this day discharged from the United States Naval service with an honorable discharge, his term of enlistment having expired.

Austrian Cruiser Franz Joseph I - At 11:15 the Comd'g. Officer of S.M.S. Frans Joseph I called on Comd'g. officer.

At 3:45 firing party returned.


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23 January 1908

Liberty party returned.

At 8:15 firing party left ship for shore range.

At 10:30 a Chineese cruiser passed up the river.

Lok Sing (Mess Att 2c) - By order of the Third Squadron Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet, Lok Sing, (M. Att. 3/c) was this day discharged from the Naval Service on account of undesirability.\


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24 January 1908

SMS Taku - German torpedo boat Taku came in and anchored off the German cruiser.


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25 January 1908

Hoisted ashes. Field day.

Midshipman Kenneth Whiting USN - Sent party to rifle range in charge of Mid'n. Whiting.

At 1:00 sent liberty party ashore.

German boarding officer called and requested us to full dress ship on the 27th in honor of the Emperor's birthday


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26 January 1908

Liberty party returned.

W. Hardy (Cox) - Assembled crew aft and published sentences in S.C.M. as follows: "Hardy, W. (Cox)" Having intoxicating liquor in his possession." Solitary confinment in double irons on bread and water for one day, and to lose ten dollars per month for two months, total loss of pay amounting to twenty dollars: Nash, J. (O.S.) Leaving ship without permission, and attempting to smuggle intoxicating liquor on board; To be discharged from the Naval Service with a bad conduct discharge and to lose all pay except $3:00 per month for three months, total loss of pay amounting to $48.00; loss of pay reduced to $16.00, by Senior Officer present." By order of the Captain, Hardy W (Cox) was placed in solitary confinment in double irons, at 10:20.

J. Nash (OS) - Assembled crew aft and published sentences in S.C.M. as follows: "Hardy, W. (Cox)" Having intoxicating liquor in his possession." Solitary confinment in double irons on bread and water for one day, and to lose ten dollars per month for two months, total loss of pay amounting to twenty dollars: Nash, J. (O.S.) Leaving ship without permission, and attempting to smuggle intoxicating liquor on board; To be discharged from the Naval Service with a bad conduct discharge and to lose all pay except $3:00 per month for three months, total loss of pay amounting to $48.00; loss of pay reduced to $16.00, by Senior Officer present." By order of the Captain, Hardy W (Cox) was placed in solitary confinment in double irons, at 10:20.


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27 January 1908

At 8:00 full dressed ship. German ensign at the main.

W. Hardy (Cox) - Hardy, W. (Cox) was released from confinment and restored to duty, by order of the Captain.

R. Jones (Cox) - Received from hospital, Shanghai, China, Jones, R. (Cox) and Pinkerton, J. J. (S.C. 1/c)

J. J. Pinkerton (Ships Cook 1c) - Received from hospital, Shanghai, China, Jones, R. (Cox) and Pinkerton, J. J. (S.C. 1/c)


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28 January 1908

At 4:00 sent liberty party ashore.

Received on board in Pay Dep't. $21,563x34 dollars Mexican. Proceeds of bill of exchange for $10,000 dollars U.S.C.


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29 January 1908

Liberty party returned.


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30 January 1908

No drills and no quarters.


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31 January 1908

George Monroe Stevenson (Sea) - Read the proceedings of a S.C.M. in the case of George Monroe Stevenson, (Seaman) U.S. N., Charge Having intoxicating liquor in his possession in steam launch of U.S.S. Concord. Finding:- Guilty. Sentence. - Solitary confinment in double irons on bread and water for one day, and to lose ten $10.00 dollars per month for two months. Loss of pay amounting to twenty $20.00 dollars. The confinment is remitted by the convening authority.

SMS Taku - At 9:00 the German torpedo boat "Taku" stood out.



LOGS FOR FEBRUARY 1908


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1 February 1908


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2 February 1908

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3 February 1908


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4 February 1908


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5 February 1908


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6 February 1908

T. McKeowen (OS) - At 8:00 McKowen T. (O.S.) returned from liberty one hour overtime.

A. Nicholson (Sea) - At 4:15 Nicholson, A. (Sea) returned on board nine hours overtime.

W. P. Frisch (Hos App 1c) - At 8:10 Frisch, W. P. (H. App 1/c) returned 13 hours overtime.


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7 February 1908

R. Jones (Cox) - At 12:00 Jones, R. (Cox) returned 17 hours overleave.

W. A. Murdock (OS) - Liberty party returned except Murdock, W.A. (O.S.) and Pierce, J.H. (B Mkr)

J. H. Pierce (Boiler Mkr) - Liberty party returned except Murdock, W.A. (O.S.) and Pierce, J.H. (B Mkr)

J. Nash (OS) - At 11:45 Nash, J. (O.S.) and Pinkerton, J. (S.C. 1/c) returned to ship drunk, having been absent without leave from Feb. 5. 1908. y order of the Captain, Nash, J. (O.S), and Pinkerton, J. (S.C 1/c) were placed in single irons, awaiting trial by S.C.M.

J. J. Pinkerton (Ships Cook 1c) - At 11:45 Nash, J. (O.S.) and Pinkerton, J. (S.C. 1/c) returned to ship drunk, having been absent without leave from Feb. 5. 1908. y order of the Captain, Nash, J. (O.S), and Pinkerton, J. (S.C 1/c) were placed in single irons, awaiting trial by S.C.M.

At 3:00 specifications in S.C.M. were delivered to Pinkerton, J. (S.C 1/c) and Nash, J. (O.S.)

At 8:15 sounded general alarm and had stations for night general quarters. Followed by night collision quarters.

J. H. Pierce (Boiler Mkr) - Pierce, J. H. (Bmkr) returned 15 hrs overleave.


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8 February 1908

J. J. Pinkerton (Ships Cook 1c) - J. J. Pinkerton (S.C. 1/c) and J. Nash, (O.S) were tried by S.C.M. which met at 10:08 and adjourned at 11:45.

J. Nash (OS) - J. J. Pinkerton (S.C. 1/c) and J. Nash, (O.S) were tried by S.C.M. which met at 10:08 and adjourned at 11:45.

HMS Astraea - Boarding officer from H.M.S. Astraea called and informed us that the king of Portugal was being buried. Half masted the colors with the Portugese ensign half masted at the main.


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9 February 1908

G. Sullivan (Sea) - Sullivan, G. (Sea) returned on board 14 hrs. overtime. Goddard, W.J. who had been declared a deserter returned aboard having been absent overleave days hrs.

W. J. Goddard (CP) - Sullivan, G. (Sea) returned on board 14 hrs. overtime. Goddard, W.J. who had been declared a deserter returned aboard having been absent overleave days hrs.

J. J. Pinkerton (Ships Cook 1c) - Published proceedings of Summary Court Martial in the case of Pinkerton, J. (S.C. 1/c) Charge. Feb 4. Absent with out leave from the proper authority. Sentence. Solitary confinment in double irons on bread and water for one day, and to lose all pay for one month, total loss of pay amounting to $55.00/00. Pinkerton, J.J. S.C. 1/c) Feb. 5. Absent from ship with out leave from proper authority while a prisoner-at large, awaiting trial by S.C.M. Sentence. Discharge from the service with a bad conduct discharge and to lose all pay except ten cents per day for forty one days. Total loss of pay amounting to $71.07/00.

J. Nash (OS) - Nash, J. (O.S) Charge. Feb. 5. Absent from ship without leave from proper authority, while a prisoner-at large, awaiting a bad conduct discharge. Sentence. Solitary confinment on bread and water for thirty days, with a full ration every third day, and to lose all pay except $3.00/00 per month for three months, total loss of pay amounting to $48.00/00.

At 10:00 Pinkerton, J. (S.C. 1/c) was placed in solitary confinment in double irons on bread and water for one day in persuance of S.C.M. sentence. Nash. J. (O.S) was placed in single irons awaiting execution of sentence of S.C.M.

Lieut. Lyman A. Cotten USN - Goddard, W.J. A deserter from the U.S.S. Concord stated before Lt. L. A. Cotten, that he left the "Concord" on Nov. 5, '07. on liberty. That his liberty expired on Nov. 6, '07. at 7:00 A.M. and that he returned on board the "Concord" at 12:00 A.M. Feb. 9, '08.


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10 February 1908

W. A. Murdock (OS) - At 12:05 Murdock, W.A. (O.S) returned on board 65 hrs overleave.

USS Helena - At 9:50 U.S.S. Helena stood into harbor and moored.

At 10:00 the Captain awarded the following punishments at the mast.

T. McKeowen (OS) - McKown T. (O.S) overtime 1 hour. Warned.

O. C. Kennedy (Chief Yeo) - Kennedy, O.C. (C. Yeo) " 41/2 " 4th class.

A. Nicholson (OS) - Nicholson A. (O.S) " 9 " 4th class 1 mo. and Rest. 1 mo.

W. P. Frisch (Hos App 1c) - Frisch, W. P. (H App 1/c) " 13 " 2d class. 6 days restriction

R. Jones (Cox) - Jones, R. (Cox) " 17 " 2d class 20 days restriction.

J. H. Pierce (Boiler Mkr) - Pierce, J.H. (Bmkr) " 15 " 2d " 16 " "

G. Sullivan (Sea) - Sullivan, G. (Sea) " 17 1/2 2d " 20 " "

W. A. Murdock (OS) - Murdock, W.A. (O.S) " 65 " 4th " 60 " "

J. J. Pinkerton (Ships Cook 1c) - By order of the Captain, Pinkerton, J. (S.C. 1/c) was released from confinment, his term having expired, and Nash, J. (O.S) was placed in solitary confinment in double irons for thirty days.

J. Nash (OS) - By order of the Captain, Pinkerton, J. (S.C. 1/c) was released from confinment, his term having expired, and Nash, J. (O.S) was placed in solitary confinment in double irons for thirty days.

F. G. De Fraites (BosM 2c) - De Fraites, F. G. (B. M. 2/c) returned 3 hours overleave.

R. Jones (Cox) - Transferred to U.S.S. Helena, with bag, hammock and papers, the following named men. Jones R. (Cox) Pinkerton, J.J. (S.C. 1/c) and Lynch, J. H. (F. 2/c).

J. H. Lynch (Fire 2c) - Transferred to U.S.S. Helena, with bag, hammock and papers, the following named men. Jones R. (Cox) Pinkerton, J.J. (S.C. 1/c) and Lynch, J. H. (F. 2/c).

J. J. Pinkerton (Ships Cook 1c) - Transferred to U.S.S. Helena, with bag, hammock and papers, the following named men. Jones R. (Cox) Pinkerton, J.J. (S.C. 1/c) and Lynch, J. H. (F. 2/c).

G. S. King (CP) - King, G.S. (C.P.) returned 39 hours overleave.


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11 February 1908

At 8:00 full dressed ship with Japanese ensign at the main.

Japanese officer came on board and thanked us for dressing ship.

USS Villalobos - U.S.S. Villalobos stood in and anchored down river. Lieut. Andrews called upon the Captain.


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12 February 1908

E. Dempsey (QM 2c) - Dempsey E. Q. M. 2/c overleave.

At 9:45 the Commanding Officer with five officers left the ship to attend services held for the late king of Portugal.

At 1:00 sent liberty party ashore.


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13 February 1908

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - Willis, C. (F 1/c) returned 12 hours overtime.

H. D. Ludwig (CP) - Ludwig, A. D. (C.P.) returned 8 1/2 hours overtime.


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14 February 1908

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Fuller G.A. (B. Sth) returned 22 1/2 hours overtime.

USS Quiros - U.S.S. Quiros came in and anchored down stream. Held mast.

A. F. Hall (Fire 1c) - Hall, A.F. (F 1/c) Under the influence of intoxicating liquor not having been on shore --- S.C.M.

F. G. De Fraites (BosM 2c) - De Fraites, F. G. (B M 2/c) Overleave three hours. Third class.

G. S. King (CP) - King, G.S. (C.P.) Overleave thirty nine hrs. Fourth class. 30 days restriction

E. Dempsey (QM 2c) - Dempsey, E. (Q. M. 2/c) Overleave three hours. Second class.

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - Willis, C. (F 1/c) Overleave twelve hours. Two wks. dep and con't 1 mo. 4 Class.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Fuller, G.A. (B. Sth) Overleave twenty two and one half hours. Three wks. dep. and continued one months fourth class.

H. D. Ludwig (CP) - Ludwig, H.D. (C.P) Returning from duty on shore 8 1/2 hrs. overtime. S.C.M.

L. E. Kuhns (Sea) - At 12:15 Kuhns, L.E. returned 28 hrs overtime.

Sent liberty men at 400 P.M.

C. O. of Quiros called officially on the captain. Medical board of survey met to survey William H. Ruel, (C.P.) U.S.N. *

Chinese cruiser stood up river.

PA Surg W. B. Smith USN - * W.B. Smith, P.A. Surg. U.S.N., E.O.J. Eytinge, Ass't. Surg. U.S.N., and C.K. Winse, Ass't. Surg. surveying officers.

PA Surg Ernest O. J. Eytinge USN - * W.B. Smith, P.A. Surg. U.S.N., E.O.J. Eytinge, Ass't. Surg. U.S.N., and C.K. Winse, Ass't. Surg. surveying officers.

Asst Surgeon C. K. Winse USN - * W.B. Smith, P.A. Surg. U.S.N., E.O.J. Eytinge, Ass't. Surg. U.S.N., and C.K. Winse, Ass't. Surg. surveying officers.


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15 February 1908

Field day. Hoisted ashes.

Lieut. E. H. Watson USN - At 1100 Lieut. Watson reported on board for surveys in Ordnance and Pay Dep'ts.

At 1:00 sent liberty party ashore. Chinese cruiser stood up river at 400.

A. F. Hall (Fire 1c) - At 130 specifications for a S.C.M. were delivered to Hall, A.F. (F 1/c) and Ludwig H.D. (C.P)

H. D. Ludwig (CP) - At 130 specifications for a S.C.M. were delivered to Hall, A.F. (F 1/c) and Ludwig H.D. (C.P)


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16 February 1908

Liberty party returned.

Yung Sing (Mess Att 2c) - Absentees Yung Sing (M. Att. 2/c).


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17 February 1908

A. F. Hall (Fire 1c) - At 10:00 o'clock S.C. met and tried Hall, A.F. (F 1/c) and Ludwig, H. D. (C.P), the court adjourned at 10:50 o'clock.

H. D. Ludwig (CP) - At 10:00 o'clock S.C. met and tried Hall, A.F. (F 1/c) and Ludwig, H. D. (C.P), the court adjourned at 10:50 o'clock.

A German torpedo boat stood in and anchored below us at 11:50.

Charles Tame (Mach 2c) - Charles Tame M. 2./c came aboard to reenlist, but was found to be color blind, and forwarded a waver. Douglas, Ingram F 1/c was reenlisted.

Fire in American district.

Douglas Ingram (Fire 1c) - Charles Tame M. 2./c came aboard to reenlist, but was found to be color blind, and forwarded a waver. Douglas, Ingram F 1/c was reenlisted.


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18 February 1908


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19 February 1908


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20 February 1908


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21 February 1908


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22 February 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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23 February 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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24 February 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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25 February 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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26 February 1908

coal: 340 tons -


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off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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27 February 1908


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at sea enroute from shanghai china to olongapo pi

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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28 February 1908


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at sea enroute from shanghai to olongapo pi

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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29 February 1908



LOGS FOR MARCH 1908


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at sea enroute from shanghai to olongapo pi

Lat 22.90, Long 119.83


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1 March 1908


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making passage from shanghai china to olongapo pi

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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2 March 1908


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making passage from shanghai china to olongapo pi

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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3 March 1908


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enrout from shanghai china to olongapo pi

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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3 March 1908


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at anchor off grande island olongapo pi

Lat -5.7, Long 38.9


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4 March 1908


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at anchor off olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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5 March 1908


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at olongapo pi in dry dock dewey

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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6 March 1908


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at sea off cavite pi

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7 March 1908


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at anchor off cavite pi

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8 March 1908


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at anchor off cavite pi

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9 March 1908

Boiler D in use.

USS Galveston -

Ralph Arthur Meigs (Paint 3c) - Liberty party returned with exception of Meigs Ptr. 4 1/2 hours overtime, Apgar, O. S. 3 1/2 hours: and Stone, M. O.S.

M. Stone (OS) - Liberty party returned with exception of Meigs Ptr. 4 1/2 hours overtime, Apgar, O. S. 3 1/2 hours: and Stone, M. O.S.

D. Apgar (OS) - Liberty party returned with exception of Meigs Ptr. 4 1/2 hours overtime, Apgar, O. S. 3 1/2 hours: and Stone, M. O.S.

USS Chattanooga - U.S.S. Chattnooga got underway and stood out at 10:10. Hoisted ashes. U.S. Collier Pompey stood out at 9:20.

US Navy Collier Pompey - U.S.S. Chattnooga got underway and stood out at 10:10. Hoisted ashes. U.S. Collier Pompey stood out at 9:20.

Sent working party for Equipment stores. Sent liberty party at 2 o'clock.

Crew went in swimming. U.S. Transport stood in.

T. C. Whiteside (Mach) - Transferred the following men to U.S.S. Monterey for temporary duty in obedience to Admirals order Whiteside, T.C. M.M. Walberg, G. Oiler, Shaw, J. Oiler and Dempsey, E. Q.M. 2c.

G. A. Walberg (Oiler) - Transferred the following men to U.S.S. Monterey for temporary duty in obedience to Admirals order Whiteside, T.C. M.M. Walberg, G. Oiler, Shaw, J. Oiler and Dempsey, E. Q.M. 2c.

J. Shaw (Oiler) - Transferred the following men to U.S.S. Monterey for temporary duty in obedience to Admirals order Whiteside, T.C. M.M. Walberg, G. Oiler, Shaw, J. Oiler and Dempsey, E. Q.M. 2c.

E. Dempsey (QM 2c) - Transferred the following men to U.S.S. Monterey for temporary duty in obedience to Admirals order Whiteside, T.C. M.M. Walberg, G. Oiler, Shaw, J. Oiler and Dempsey, E. Q.M. 2c.


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at anchor off cavite pi

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10 March 1908

J. M. Flowers (Chief Yeo) - Transferred Flowers J. M. C. Yeo. to the Cavite N. Y.

Crew went in swimming. French Flagship standing in.

USS Monterey - At 8:15 U.S.S. Monterey stood out. At 8:40 the French cruiser D'Entrecasteaux stood into Manila and fired a salute of 21 guns wich was returned by the U.S.S. Galveston wich then fired a salute of 13 guns, returned by the D'Entrecasteaux.

French Cruiser D'Entrecasteaux - At 8:15 U.S.S. Monterey stood out. At 8:40 the French cruiser D'Entrecasteaux stood into Manila and fired a salute of 21 guns wich was returned by the U.S.S. Galveston wich then fired a salute of 13 guns, returned by the D'Entrecasteaux.

At 3:35 the French Rear Admiral called on the Commander, 3 div. U.S.S. Pacific Fleet and on his departure received a salute of 13 guns.

USS Wilmington - At 4:20 U.S.S. Wilmington stood in and fired a salute of 13 guns which was returned with 7 guns by the U.S.S. Rainbow.

J. H. Boyle (CP) - Transferred Boyle J.H. C.P. to U.S. Naval Hospital at Canaco.

USS Rainbow - At 4:20 U.S.S. Wilmington stood in and fired a salute of 13 guns which was returned with 7 guns by the U.S.S. Rainbow.


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at anchor off cavite pi

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11 March 1908

J. Nash (OS) - At 9:00, Nash, J. (O.S.) was released from confinement by order of the captain, his term having expired.

USS Galveston - At 11:15 U.S.S. Galveston came to anchor in harbor. The captain made official calls to U.S.S. Galveston and Rainbow.

USS Rainbow - At 11:15 U.S.S. Galveston came to anchor in harbor. The captain made official calls to U.S.S. Galveston and Rainbow.

D. Apgar (OS) - Apgar, D. (O.S.) was this day discharged from the Naval service, by reason of purchase in accordance with General Order No. 35 of December 5, 1906.

D. Donaldson (Sea) - By order of the Captain, Donaldson, D. (Seaman) was this day rated to baker second class, to date from March 1, 1908.

Z. E. Golden (Yeo 1c) - Received from U.S.S. Quiros with bags, and hammocks and papers the following named men: Golden Z. E. (Yeo 1c.), Dalton, S. (W. T.) and Higgins E. E. (W. T.)

S. Dalton (WT) - Received from U.S.S. Quiros with bags, and hammocks and papers the following named men: Golden Z. E. (Yeo 1c.), Dalton, S. (W. T.) and Higgins E. E. (W. T.)

USS Quiros - At 2:00 the U.S.S. Quiros went out of commission at the Naval Station, and the U.S.S. Samar went into commission.

E. E. Higgins (WT) - Received from U.S.S. Quiros with bags, and hammocks and papers the following named men: Golden Z. E. (Yeo 1c.), Dalton, S. (W. T.) and Higgins E. E. (W. T.)

USS Samar - At 2:00 the U.S.S. Quiros went out of commission at the Naval Station, and the U.S.S. Samar went into commission.

USS Wilmington - U.S.S. Wilmington left the harbor at 4:30.

Had search light drill from 8:00 to 8:30.


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at anchor off cavite pi

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12 March 1908

Sent steamer with sailing launch in tow for engineers stores. At 10:30 sent working party for C. & R. stores in 2nd cutter.

Rear Admiral Joseph N. Hemphill, USN - Commander Wright called upon the wardroom mess. Admiral Hemphill called unofficialy on the Captain.

Sent liberty party at 3:30.

Patrick Gillen (BosM 1c) - P. Gillen (B. M. 1c.) returned from the hospital. Webster, R. B. (M.M 1c) returned 9 hours overtime.

R. B. Webster (Mach 1c) - P. Gillen (B. M. 1c.) returned from the hospital. Webster, R. B. (M.M 1c) returned 9 hours overtime.

Steam launch broke her backing low pressure eccentric strap.

Daniel Craig (Fire 1c) - Craig, D. (F 1c.) returned 62 hours overtime.

Repaired steamer.


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at anchor off cavite pi

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13 March 1908

Crew went in swimming.

Douglas Ingram (Fire 1c) - At 11:30 held mast when Commanding Officer assigned the following punishments: Ingram, D. F 1c. overleave 24 hrs. 21 days deprivation of liberty and 3rd class;

S. Spivak (Sea) - Spivak, S. Sea; Not shifting into the uniform of day and maning running boat when called away, 3rd class;

M. Stone (OS) - Stone, M. O.S; overleave 31 1/2 hrs; 20 days deprivation of liberty and 3rd class.

Ralph Arthur Meigs (Paint 3c) - Meigs, R. A, Ptr. 3C., overleave 4 1/2 hrs, 2nd class;

Daniel Craig (Fire 1c) - Craig, D. F 1c; overleave 62 hrs, 2 months deprivation of liberty and 4th class;

R. B. Webster (Mach 1c) - Webster, R.B., M.M1c; overleave 9 hrs, 2 weeks deprivation of liberty, and 2nd class.

A. F. Hall (Fire 1c) - Hall, A. F. F 1c. was confined in solitary confinement on bread and water in double irons in punishment of Summary Court Martial.


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at anchor off cavite pi

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14 March 1908

A. F. Hall (Fire 1c) - By order of the captain, released Hall, A.F. (F 1c) from confinement, his term having expired, and placed Ludwig, H. D. (C.P.) in solitary confinement in double irons in accordance with sentence of a S.C.M.

H. D. Ludwig (CP) - By order of the captain, released Hall, A.F. (F 1c) from confinement, his term having expired, and placed Ludwig, H. D. (C.P.) in solitary confinement in double irons in accordance with sentence of a S.C.M.


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at anchor off cavite pi

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15 March 1908

F. T. Carroll (Sea) - Quarters for muster at 9:30 absentees: Carroll, F. T. (Sea) and Fuller, G.A. (Blk. Smith.).

Read Articles of war to Officers and crew.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Quarters for muster at 9:30 absentees: Carroll, F. T. (Sea) and Fuller, G.A. (Blk. Smith.).

H. D. Ludwig (CP) - Released Ludwig, H.D. (C.P.) from solitary confinement, by order of the Captain.

USS Dale - U.S.S. Dale stood out at 1:20.

Sent liberty party, visiting party and base-ball party at 1 o'clock.

USS Galveston - Sent visiting party to the U. S. S. Galveston.

F. T. Carroll (Sea) - Carrol, F. T. sea, returned 29 hours overtime from liberty


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16 March 1908


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at anchor off cavite pi

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17 March 1908


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at anchor on target range manila bay

Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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18 March 1908


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at anchor on target range manila bay

Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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19 March 1908


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on target range manila bay pi

Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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20 March 1908


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20 March 1908


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at anchor on target range manila bay

Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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21 March 1908


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at anchor off target range manila bay

Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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22 March 1908


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at anchor off target range manila bay

Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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23 March 1908


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at anchor off target range manila bay

Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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24 March 1908


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25 March 1908


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26 March 1908

Yard workmen from C & R Steam Engineering came aboard at 7:30.

W. J. Goddard (CP) - At 3:15 received specifications for general court martial on Goddard, W.J., C.P. U.S. Navy. Charge: Desertion.


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27 March 1908

US Army Transpport Crook - At 5:45 U.S.A. Transport Crook stood into Manila.

Midshipman Hiram L. Irwin USN - Ensign H. L. Irwin was detached from the ship.

Ensign John H. Newton USN - Ensign J. H. Newton reported on board for duty.


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28 March 1908

Field day. Yard workmen from C & R Equipment and Steam Engineering Departments working aboard.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Fuller, G. A. (Blk. Smth.), was served with specifications for a Summary Court Martial.

USS Rainbow - U.S.S. Rainbow, hauled down the Admiral's flag at 8 o'clock. We hoisted senior officers pennant and hauled same down at 11:10 in obedience to a signal from the captain. At 8:05 half masted colors.

USS Barry - At 10:25 U.S.S. Barry got underway and went along side the dock at the Navy Yard. At 9:15 General Alava stood out.

USS General Alava - At 10:25 U.S.S. Barry got underway and went along side the dock at the Navy Yard. At 9:15 General Alava stood out.

Sent liberty party ashore and base ball party at 1 o'clock. At 12 o'clock the fort at the Navy Yard fired a salute of 13 minute guns.

US Navy Collier Pompey - Pompey stood in at 1:30. At 3:45 an Army transport stood out of Manila.

C. T. Martin (Com. Stwd) - Martin, C. T. Commisary Steward failed to return from liberty.

Ah Quai (Mess Att 3c) - The following changes in rating were this day made by order of the Captain: Quai, Ah. (M. Att. 3C) rated W.R.C.K. to date from March 1, 1908. Watson, S. (Sea) Issued Act'g App't, as Q.M. 3C. Devlin, E. (Cox) received Perm't App't. as Cox. Dated Jan. 6, '08.

S. Watson (Sea) - The following changes in rating were this day made by order of the Captain: Quai, Ah. (M. Att. 3C) rated W.R.C.K. to date from March 1, 1908. Watson, S. (Sea) Issued Act'g App't, as Q.M. 3C. Devlin, E. (Cox) received Perm't App't. as Cox. Dated Jan. 6, '08.

E. Devlin (Cox) - The following changes in rating were this day made by order of the Captain: Quai, Ah. (M. Att. 3C) rated W.R.C.K. to date from March 1, 1908. Watson, S. (Sea) Issued Act'g App't, as Q.M. 3C. Devlin, E. (Cox) received Perm't App't. as Cox. Dated Jan. 6, '08.

USS Iris - At 6 o'clock the Iris stood in and anchored.


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30 March 1908

A. C. Mangle (OS) - C. M. A. A. left the ship on duty with Mangle, A.C. (O.S.) and Goddard, W.J. (C.P.) to attend G.C.M. At 8:15 Martin, C. T. (C. Std.) returned to ship 48 hours overleave.

W. J. Goddard (CP) - C. M. A. A. left the ship on duty with Mangle, A.C. (O.S.) and Goddard, W.J. (C.P.) to attend G.C.M. At 8:15 Martin, C. T. (C. Std.) returned to ship 48 hours overleave.

C. T. Martin (Com. Stwd) - C. M. A. A. left the ship on duty with Mangle, A.C. (O.S.) and Goddard, W.J. (C.P.) to attend G.C.M. At 8:15 Martin, C. T. (C. Std.) returned to ship 48 hours overleave.

J. H. Pierce (Boiler Mkr) - Transferred to the hospital with bag and hammock, Pierce, J.H. (Blmkr.)


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31 March 1908

Midshipman John H. Newton USN - Sent firing party of twenty men in charge of Mid'n J. H. Newton to firing range.

Lieut. Lyman A. Cotten USN - At 9:08 a Summary Court Martial of which Lt. Cotten was Senior Member met for the trial of Fuller, G.A. Blk. Smth. At 9:33 the Court adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - At 9:08 a Summary Court Martial of which Lt. Cotten was Senior Member met for the trial of Fuller, G.A. Blk. Smth. At 9:33 the Court adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

Lieut. Comdr Bisset USN - At 11:00 A board survey of which Lt. Comdr Bisset, U.S. Navy was senior member held a survey of missing articles in Ordnance Dep't.

At 5:30 firing party returned.

USS Chattanooga - At 9:30 U.S.S. Chattanooga stood in and anchored.



LOGS FOR APRIL 1908


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1 April 1908

Midshipman John H. Newton USN - At 6:15 sent firing party of twenty men to range in charge of Midn. Newton.

USS Galveston - At 10:10 the U.S.S. Galveston got underway and stood out.

At 11:30 the firing party returned.


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2 April 1908

Firing party left the ship at 6:00.

Yard workmen calking decks.


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3 April 1908

P. A. Surgeon S. S. Rodman USN - Survey in Medical Dept. met on board of which P.A. Surgeon, S. S. Rodman, U.S.N. was senior member.


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4 April 1908

US Army Transport Thomas - Field day. At 11:30 the U.S.A.T. Thomas stood into Manila.

US Army Transport Crook - At 1:30 the U.S.A.T. Crook stood out from Manila.

A. C. Mangle (OS) - Mangle A.C. G.C.M. prisoner was given one hours exercise on deck.

At 2:00 paid crew monthly money. Sent liberty party ashore at 3:00.

F. T. Carroll (Sea) - Held mast at 9:00 A.M. The Captain assigned the following punishments: Carroll, F. T. (Sea.) 29 hrs. overleave 24 days restriction and 3rd class. Martin, C.T. (Com. Std.) Overleave 48 1/2 hours, and absenting himself from ship without permission from pay officer. S.C.M.

C. T. Martin (Com. Stwd) - Held mast at 9:00 A.M. The Captain assigned the following punishments: Carroll, F. T. (Sea.) 29 hrs. overleave 24 days restriction and 3rd class. Martin, C.T. (Com. Std.) Overleave 48 1/2 hours, and absenting himself from ship without permission from pay officer. S.C.M.


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5 April 1908

Shut down dynamo at 7:30 because of insufficient steam pressure.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Quarters at 9:30, followed by the publication of S.C.M. of Fuller, G. A. (Blk.Smth.) U.S.N. Charge Absent overleave 199 hours Sentence Solitary confinement in double irons on bread and water for one day and to lose all pay for eighteen days amounting to thiry dollars ($30.00).

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Fuller, G.A. (Blk.Smth) U.S.N. was confined in double irons on bread and water, in accordance with setence of S.C.M.

USS Chattanooga - Capt. Smith of the Chattanooga called upon the Captain unofficially.

sent liberty party ashore at 1 o'clock.


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6 April 1908

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Fuller, G.A. (Blk. Smth.) U. S. Navy was released his term of confinement having expired.

J. P. Quinn (MAA 2c) - Quinn, J.P. M.A.A. 2/c and Nicholson, A. O.S. returned on board 9 hrs. overtime.

A. Nicholson (OS) - Quinn, J.P. M.A.A. 2/c and Nicholson, A. O.S. returned on board 9 hrs. overtime.


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7 April 1908

Sent firing party ashore.

Charles T. Martin (Com. Stwd) - At 8:06 specifications was delivered in the case of Charles T. Martin Commisary Std. U.S. Navy, for over staying liberty and going on liberty without permission from the Pay Master.

F. H. Manning (Sea) - At 9:15 mustered crew at quarters.- absentees - Manning F. (Sea), Evans, T.W. (Sea) Clifford P.J. (Q.M.2/c) Speck, F. (Sea) Donaldson D. (Bkr. 2/c) and Dumas A. E. (F. 2/c).

P. J. Clifford (QM 2c) - At 9:15 mustered crew at quarters.- absentees - Manning F. (Sea), Evans, T.W. (Sea) Clifford P.J. (Q.M.2/c) Speck, F. (Sea) Donaldson D. (Bkr. 2/c) and Dumas A. E. (F. 2/c).

S. Speck (Sea) - At 9:15 mustered crew at quarters.- absentees - Manning F. (Sea), Evans, T.W. (Sea) Clifford P.J. (Q.M.2/c) Speck, F. (Sea) Donaldson D. (Bkr. 2/c) and Dumas A. E. (F. 2/c).

T. W. Evans (Sea) - At 9:15 mustered crew at quarters.- absentees - Manning F. (Sea), Evans, T.W. (Sea) Clifford P.J. (Q.M.2/c) Speck, F. (Sea) Donaldson D. (Bkr. 2/c) and Dumas A. E. (F. 2/c).

A. E. Dumas (Fire 2c) - At 9:15 mustered crew at quarters.- absentees - Manning F. (Sea), Evans, T.W. (Sea) Clifford P.J. (Q.M.2/c) Speck, F. (Sea) Donaldson D. (Bkr. 2/c) and Dumas A. E. (F. 2/c).

D. Donaldson (Bkr 2c) - At 9:15 mustered crew at quarters.- absentees - Manning F. (Sea), Evans, T.W. (Sea) Clifford P.J. (Q.M.2/c) Speck, F. (Sea) Donaldson D. (Bkr. 2/c) and Dumas A. E. (F. 2/c).

At 10:00 Clifford P.J. (Q.M.2/c) and Donaldson D. (Bkr. 2/c) returned to the ship two hours overleave.

J. T. Callahan (Sea) - The following punishments were awarded by the Commanding Officer - Callahan, J.J. (Sea) Insolence and disrespect to the Q.M. on wach while in performance of duty - Reduced one class. Watson S. (Q.M. 3/c) using menacing language to another person in the Navy - Reduced one class.

S. Watson (QM 3c) - The following punishments were awarded by the Commanding Officer - Callahan, J.J. (Sea) Insolence and disrespect to the Q.M. on wach while in performance of duty - Reduced one class. Watson S. (Q.M. 3/c) using menacing language to another person in the Navy - Reduced one class.

Lieut. Lyman A. Cotten USN - At 10:06 S.C.M. of which Lt. L.A. Cotten, U.S. Navy was Senior Member met for the trial in the case of Martin C.T. (Commisary Std.) U.S.Navy. At 10:50 S.C.M. adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

Charles T. Martin (Com. Stwd) - At 10:06 S.C.M. of which Lt. L.A. Cotten, U.S. Navy was Senior Member met for the trial in the case of Martin C.T. (Commisary Std.) U.S.Navy. At 10:50 S.C.M. adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

F. O. Sohlgren (Yeo 3c) - Transferred to hospital with hammock and bag Sohlgren, F. O. Yeo 3c)


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8 April 1908

Firing party of twenty men from second division left the ship.

USS Bainbridge - U.S.S. Bainbridge shifted anchorage at 10:20, leaving N.N.W.

T. W. Evans (Sea) - Evans T. W. (Sea) and Speck F. (Sea) returned on board 26 hours overleave.

Firing party returned at 11:45.

F. Speck (Sea) - Evans T. W. (Sea) and Speck F. (Sea) returned on board 26 hours overleave.

USS Rainbow - U.S.S. Rainbow shifted anchorage at 1:45 bearing N.E. by E.

Sent liberty party ashore at 1:00.

A. C. Mangle (OS) - Mangle, A.C. G.C.M. prisoner was given one hours exercise on deck.

Exercised at searchlight drill from 8:20 to 8:35.

At 9:20, the U.S.S. Rainbow hoisted the Admiral's pennant, the Commander of the 3rd squadron having returned on board.


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9 April 1908

Sent firing party of 20 men ashore at 6:00.

At 9:00 the Commanding Officer left the ship officially to call on the Commander of third Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet.

USS Samar - At 10:50 the U.S.S. Samar stood out and came to anchor. The U.S.S. Decatur stood in and anchored at 11:25.

USS Decatur - At 10:50 the U.S.S. Samar stood out and came to anchor. The U.S.S. Decatur stood in and anchored at 11:25.

Lost overboard from steam launch one boat hook.

C. A. Mumper (OS) - Following men were rated by Commanding Officer to date from April 1, 1908. Mumper, C. A. (O.S.) to Sea, Mueller, A. (O.S.) to Sea, Murdock, W. A. (O.S.) to Sea and Finnigan, J. (Cox) to (B.M.2/c)

Mueller A. (O.S.) - Following men were rated by Commanding Officer to date from April 1, 1908. Mumper, C. A. (O.S.) to Sea, Mueller, A. (O.S.) to Sea, Murdock, W. A. (O.S.) to Sea and Finnigan, J. (Cox) to (B.M.2/c)

W. A. Murdock (OS) - Following men were rated by Commanding Officer to date from April 1, 1908. Mumper, C. A. (O.S.) to Sea, Mueller, A. (O.S.) to Sea, Murdock, W. A. (O.S.) to Sea and Finnigan, J. (Cox) to (B.M.2/c)

J. Finnigan (C0x) - Following men were rated by Commanding Officer to date from April 1, 1908. Mumper, C. A. (O.S.) to Sea, Mueller, A. (O.S.) to Sea, Murdock, W. A. (O.S.) to Sea and Finnigan, J. (Cox) to (B.M.2/c)

H. Dalton (fier 1c) - Dalton, H. (F 1/c) returned to ship thirty two hours overleave.


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10 April 1908

Firing party left the ship.

Turned over main engines at 8:15. Tested steering engine and engine room telegraphs at 8:20. Reported ready for getting underway at 8:25. Got underway 8:47. Steered various courses while swinging ship.

Stood into Cavite at 10:20.

Began rigging ship for coaling at 11:00. Firing party returned at 11:45.

A. C. Mangle (OS) - Mangle, A.C. G.C.M. prisoner was given one hours exercise on deck.

Finished rigging ship for coaling.

USS Samar - The U.S.S. Samar shifted anchorage at 5:30. At 7:50 the U.S.S. Galveston stood in and anchored.

USS Galveston - The U.S.S. Samar shifted anchorage at 5:30. At 7:50 the U.S.S. Galveston stood in and anchored.


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11 April 1908

USS Samar - Admiral Hemphil went aboard the U.S.S. Samar at 8:50; she got underway and stood out in the bay; returned at 12:45 and at 12:55 the Admiral returned to the flag ship.

Rear Admiral Joseph N. Hemphill, USN - Admiral Hemphil went aboard the U.S.S. Samar at 8:50; she got underway and stood out in the bay; returned at 12:45 and at 12:55 the Admiral returned to the flag ship.

Hoisted ashes. Navy Yard workmen from Eng. Dept. working aboard until noon.

USS General Alava - U.S.S. General Alava came to anchor at 2:15. U.S.S. Samar got underway at 4:25 and stood out.

O. C. Kennedy (Chief Yeo) - Transferred Kennedy, C. O. (C. Yeo.) to hospital at 2 o'clock.

USS Samar - U.S.S. General Alava came to anchor at 2:15. U.S.S. Samar got underway at 4:25 and stood out.

U.S.S. Samar anchored at 6:15.

P. J. Lally (Fire 2c) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

P. J. Clifford (QM 2c) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

J. Finnigan (Cox) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

J. P. Quinn (MAA 2c) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

Patrick Gillen (BosM 1c) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

C. R. Kern (OS) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

M. Stone (OS) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

R. B. Webster (Mach 1c) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

W. T. Hardy (Cox) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

F. T. Carroll (Sea) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

G. M. Evans (Elec 3c) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

W. W. Lewis (GunM 3c) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

L. Cunningham (Sea) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

G. R. Horan (GunM 2c) - To U.S.S. Chattanooga - Horan, G. R. (G.M. 2/c.), Millett, T. (F. 1/c), SIngleton, E. (P&F.) and Lewis, J.C. (F. 1c). to U.S.S. Baingridge- Baynham, A. W. (C.M.M.).

T. Millett (Fire 1c) - To U.S.S. Chattanooga - Horan, G. R. (G.M. 2/c.), Millett, T. (F. 1/c), SIngleton, E. (P&F.) and Lewis, J.C. (F. 1c). to U.S.S. Baingridge- Baynham, A. W. (C.M.M.).

G. A. Van Kuren (Mach 1c) - Transferred men as follows: to U.S.S. Rainbow, Lally, P.J. (F 1/c); to U.S.S. Galveston, Quin, J. P. (M.A.A. 2/c), Finnigan, J. (B.M.2/c), Clifford, P.J. (Q.M. 2/c), Hardy, W. T. (Sea), Kern, C. R. (O.S.), Stone, M. (O.S.), Webster, R. B. (M.M. 1/c) Gillen, P. (B.M. 1/c), Lewis, W.W. (G.M. 3/c), Cunningham, L. (Sea), Carroll, F.T. (Sea), Evans, G.M. (Elec. 3/c) and Van Kuren, G. A. (M.M. 1/c).

J. C. Lewis (Fire 1c) - To U.S.S. Chattanooga - Horan, G. R. (G.M. 2/c.), Millett, T. (F. 1/c), SIngleton, E. (P&F.) and Lewis, J.C. (F. 1c). to U.S.S. Baingridge- Baynham, A. W. (C.M.M.).

A. W. Baynham (Ch. Mach) - To U.S.S. Chattanooga - Horan, G. R. (G.M. 2/c.), Millett, T. (F. 1/c), SIngleton, E. (P&F.) and Lewis, J.C. (F. 1c). to U.S.S. Baingridge- Baynham, A. W. (C.M.M.).

E. L. Singleton (Pumb) - To U.S.S. Chattanooga - Horan, G. R. (G.M. 2/c.), Millett, T. (F. 1/c), SIngleton, E. (P&F.) and Lewis, J.C. (F. 1c). to U.S.S. Baingridge- Baynham, A. W. (C.M.M.).

T. H. Lawerence (CP) - Received the following named men: from U.S.S. Rainbow: Lawerence, T. H. (C.P.) with bag, hammock and transfer papers. From U.S.S. Bainbridge: Star, A. (C.M.M.) with hammock, bag and transfer papers.

A. Star (Chief Mach) - Received the following named men: from U.S.S. Rainbow: Lawerence, T. H. (C.P.) with bag, hammock and transfer papers. From U.S.S. Bainbridge: Star, A. (C.M.M.) with hammock, bag and transfer papers.

H. J. Sanders (Ships Cook 3c) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

J. Peters (MAA 3c) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

W. J. Cassidy (MachM 1c) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

S. Jamieson (MachM 1c) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

J. A. Lyons (GunM 3c) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

E. Clarke (Sea) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

E. A. Dunn (Sea) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

C. J. Neilson (Cox) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

T. White (BoxM 1c) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

C. C. Boggs (Sea) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

J. A. Moran (elec 3c) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

A. Casewell (Sea) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.

F. P. Erlewein (Sea) - From U.S.S. Galveston: Sanders, H.J. (S.C. 3/c), Peters, J. (M.A.A. 3c), Dunn, E.A. (Sea), Jamieson, S. (M.M.1C), Lyons, J.A. (G.M.3c), Clarke, E. (Sea), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M.1C), Neilson, C.J. (Cox), Boggs, C.C. (Sea), Moran, J.A. (Elec. 3c) White, T. (B.M.1c), Casewell, A. (Sea) and Erlewein, F.P. (Sea) with bags and hammocks.


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12 April 1908


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13 April 1908

coal: 300 tons - Pocohantus Coal.


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14 April 1908

F. Purricker (GunM 1c) - Transferred with hammocks, bags and transfer papers, to the U.S.S. Independence by U.S.A.T. Thomas Purrucker, F. (G.M.1c), Wolffe, M. (C.Q.M.), Emmert, G.C. (Sea), Manning, F.H. (Sea), Skews, J.H. (Elec. 2c), Gray, A.J. (S. Wright.), Breigtegam, S. (S.F 2c), Dev elin, E. (Cox), Holmes, F. A. (Sea) and Brewington, B. (Yeo 2 c).

T. J. Skews (Elec 2c) - Transferred with hammocks, bags and transfer papers, to the U.S.S. Independence by U.S.A.T. Thomas Purrucker, F. (G.M.1c), Wolffe, M. (C.Q.M.), Emmert, G.C. (Sea), Manning, F.H. (Sea), Skews, J.H. (Elec. 2c), Gray, A.J. (S. Wright.), Breigtegam, S. (S.F 2c), Dev elin, E. (Cox), Holmes, F. A. (Sea) and Brewington, B. (Yeo 2 c).

F. H. Manning (Sea) - Transferred with hammocks, bags and transfer papers, to the U.S.S. Independence by U.S.A.T. Thomas Purrucker, F. (G.M.1c), Wolffe, M. (C.Q.M.), Emmert, G.C. (Sea), Manning, F.H. (Sea), Skews, J.H. (Elec. 2c), Gray, A.J. (S. Wright.), Breigtegam, S. (S.F 2c), Dev elin, E. (Cox), Holmes, F. A. (Sea) and Brewington, B. (Yeo 2 c).

G. C. Emmert (Sea) - Transferred with hammocks, bags and transfer papers, to the U.S.S. Independence by U.S.A.T. Thomas Purrucker, F. (G.M.1c), Wolffe, M. (C.Q.M.), Emmert, G.C. (Sea), Manning, F.H. (Sea), Skews, J.H. (Elec. 2c), Gray, A.J. (S. Wright.), Breigtegam, S. (S.F 2c), Dev elin, E. (Cox), Holmes, F. A. (Sea) and Brewington, B. (Yeo 2 c).

M. Wolffe (Chief QM) - Transferred with hammocks, bags and transfer papers, to the U.S.S. Independence by U.S.A.T. Thomas Purrucker, F. (G.M.1c), Wolffe, M. (C.Q.M.), Emmert, G.C. (Sea), Manning, F.H. (Sea), Skews, J.H. (Elec. 2c), Gray, A.J. (S. Wright.), Breigtegam, S. (S.F 2c), Dev elin, E. (Cox), Holmes, F. A. (Sea) and Brewington, B. (Yeo 2 c).

E. Devlin (Cox) - Transferred with hammocks, bags and transfer papers, to the U.S.S. Independence by U.S.A.T. Thomas Purrucker, F. (G.M.1c), Wolffe, M. (C.Q.M.), Emmert, G.C. (Sea), Manning, F.H. (Sea), Skews, J.H. (Elec. 2c), Gray, A.J. (S. Wright.), Breigtegam, S. (S.F 2c), Dev elin, E. (Cox), Holmes, F. A. (Sea) and Brewington, B. (Yeo 2 c).

S. Breigtegam (S.F. 2c) - Transferred with hammocks, bags and transfer papers, to the U.S.S. Independence by U.S.A.T. Thomas Purrucker, F. (G.M.1c), Wolffe, M. (C.Q.M.), Emmert, G.C. (Sea), Manning, F.H. (Sea), Skews, J.H. (Elec. 2c), Gray, A.J. (S. Wright.), Breigtegam, S. (S.F 2c), Dev elin, E. (Cox), Holmes, F. A. (Sea) and Brewington, B. (Yeo 2 c).

A. M. Gray (Shipwright) - Transferred with hammocks, bags and transfer papers, to the U.S.S. Independence by U.S.A.T. Thomas Purrucker, F. (G.M.1c), Wolffe, M. (C.Q.M.), Emmert, G.C. (Sea), Manning, F.H. (Sea), Skews, J.H. (Elec. 2c), Gray, A.J. (S. Wright.), Breigtegam, S. (S.F 2c), Dev elin, E. (Cox), Holmes, F. A. (Sea) and Brewington, B. (Yeo 2 c).

B. Brewington (Yeo 2c) - Transferred with hammocks, bags and transfer papers, to the U.S.S. Independence by U.S.A.T. Thomas Purrucker, F. (G.M.1c), Wolffe, M. (C.Q.M.), Emmert, G.C. (Sea), Manning, F.H. (Sea), Skews, J.H. (Elec. 2c), Gray, A.J. (S. Wright.), Breigtegam, S. (S.F 2c), Dev elin, E. (Cox), Holmes, F. A. (Sea) and Brewington, B. (Yeo 2 c).

F. A. Holmes (Sea) - Transferred with hammocks, bags and transfer papers, to the U.S.S. Independence by U.S.A.T. Thomas Purrucker, F. (G.M.1c), Wolffe, M. (C.Q.M.), Emmert, G.C. (Sea), Manning, F.H. (Sea), Skews, J.H. (Elec. 2c), Gray, A.J. (S. Wright.), Breigtegam, S. (S.F 2c), Dev elin, E. (Cox), Holmes, F. A. (Sea) and Brewington, B. (Yeo 2 c).

USS Galveston - Field day. Took guard duty at 8:00. The Commander of the 3d Squadron, U. S. Pacific Fleet inspected the U.S.S. Galveston from 9:20 to 11:30. At 9:45 the U.S.S. Samar shifted anchorage.

USS Samar - Field day. Took guard duty at 8:00. The Commander of the 3d Squadron, U. S. Pacific Fleet inspected the U.S.S. Galveston from 9:20 to 11:30. At 9:45 the U.S.S. Samar shifted anchorage.

US Army Transport Thomas - At 1:25 the U.S.A.T. Thomas stood out from Manila. At 1:35 the U.S.S. Galveston and U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood over to Manila; the U.S.S. Galveston flying the flag of the Commander of the 3d Squadron U.S. Pacific fleet. Hauled down guard flag at 1:45.

USS General Alava - At 1:25 the U.S.A.T. Thomas stood out from Manila. At 1:35 the U.S.S. Galveston and U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood over to Manila; the U.S.S. Galveston flying the flag of the Commander of the 3d Squadron U.S. Pacific fleet. Hauled down guard flag at 1:45.

A. C. Mangle (OS) - Transferred, in single irons, with bag and transfer papers Mangle, A.C. G.C.M. prisoner, to the Naval Station Cavite, P.I.

J. H. Casey (BosM 1c) - Received on board, from the U.S.S. Mohican with bags, hammocks and transfer papers the following named men:- Casey, J. H. B.M. 1c.; Ducker, T. Q.M. 3/c, and Mullin, N. J. Yeo. 1/c.

T. Ducker (QM 3c) - Received on board, from the U.S.S. Mohican with bags, hammocks and transfer papers the following named men:- Casey, J. H. B.M. 1c.; Ducker, T. Q.M. 3/c, and Mullin, N. J. Yeo. 1/c.

USS Wilmington - At 3:55 the U.S.S. Wilmington and the U.S.S. Samar got underway and stood out to sea.

N. J. Mullin (Yeo 1c) - Received on board, from the U.S.S. Mohican with bags, hammocks and transfer papers the following named men:- Casey, J. H. B.M. 1c.; Ducker, T. Q.M. 3/c, and Mullin, N. J. Yeo. 1/c.

Crew engaged in securing ship for sea.


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15 April 1908

zampoloc point

Lat 29.9, Long 115.5

Lighted fires in "C" and "D" boilers at 2:00.

Rigged in steam launch at 6:00. Connected boiler "C" with "A" at 6:00.

USS Helena - At 6:45 the U. S. S. Helena got underway and stood out.

Connected boiler "D" with "A" and "C" at 7:00. Tested life buoys, annunciators, whistle, steering engine, and main engines and reported ready for getting underway at 7:55. Hove in to 15 fathoms at 7:50. Tested safety valve on "D" boiler and found it to lift at 149 1/2 pounds. Siren not in good working order.

At 8:15 got underway for Olongapo.

US Navy Collier Pompey - Passed the Naval collier Pompey off La Monja. Tug Piscataqua and the U.S.S. General Alava following us.

US Naval Tug Piscataqua - Passed the Naval collier Pompey off La Monja. Tug Piscataqua and the U.S.S. General Alava following us.

USS General Alava - Passed the Naval collier Pompey off La Monja. Tug Piscataqua and the U.S.S. General Alava following us.

Steaming on course N. 37oW (p.s.c.) under boilers A-C and D until 2:10 when stopped and lay off Zampoloc Pt. At 2:40 started engines and seamed on various courses in to Olongapo.

USS Mohican - At 3:28 U.S.S. Mohican fired a salute of 24 guns, which the U.S.S. Rainbow returned with 7 guns. At 3:47 came to port anchor.

USS Rainbow - At 3:28 U.S.S. Mohican fired a salute of 24 guns, which the U.S.S. Rainbow returned with 7 guns. At 3:47 came to port anchor.

F. E. Whorley (QM 1c) - Whorley, F. E. (Q.M. 1/c.) was given an acting appointment as C.Q.M. to date from April 4, 1908.

USS Helena - At 4:05 Commanding Officer left the ship and called officialy upon the Squadron Comdr. At 4:40 U.S.S. "Helena stood in and anchored.


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Lat 14.88, Long 119.88


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16 April 1908

At 9:20 the Admiral left the flagship officially.

Charles T. Martin (Com. Stwd) - At 1:00 by order of the Commanding Officer Martin, C.T. was placed in solitary confinement in double irons, for one day. Sentence of S.C.M.

Secured for sea and got all ready for getting underway.

USS Rainbow - Got underway with full boiler power at 4:03 and took second place in column, followed by the U.S.S. Helena. Following movements of the U.S.F.S. Rainbow.

USS Helena - Got underway with full boiler power at 4:03 and took second place in column, followed by the U.S.S. Helena. Following movements of the U.S.F.S. Rainbow.

At 5:53 stopped both engines while the flagship sheered out of formation to pick up life buoy.

At 7:46 passed Capones light abeam, distance 7.1 miles, patent log reading 16.2.


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at sea enroute from olongapo pi to hong kong china

Lat 14.88, Long 118.52


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17 April 1908

Steaming on course S. 39W. (p.s.c.) under boilers A-B-C and D in open column; distance 600 yards.

Slowed to half speed at 9:30, the U.S.S. Helena having broken the break down flag. Full speed ahead at 10:07.

Set clocks back seven minutes at 11:00.

At 9:48, stopped port engine and fell out of formation to make repairs to port engine. Half speed ahead both engines at 10:08. Full speed ahead at 10:19. Regained position at 10:23.


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at sea enroute from olongapo pi to hong kong china

Lat 20.10, Long 116.03


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18 April 1908

Steaming second in column open order, distance 600 yards, with the U.S.S. Rainbow and U.S.S. Helena, under boilers A, B, C, and D. Standard speed 10 knots. Course N. 32oW. (p.s.c.).

Ship pitching easily in moderate sea.


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making passage from olongapo pi to hong kong china

Lat , Long


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19 April 1908

kowloon bay

Lat 52.6, Long -128.5

At 2:21 sighted Wag-Lan Island light bearing N.47oW.

At 3:28 standard speed changed to 5 knots. Stopped both engines at 3:40, being temporarily out of position. Ahead full speed on both engines at 3:46.

Steamed on various courses from 5:30 following the Flagship into Hong Kong harbor. ^ Standard speed 10 knots. At 6:52 dropped anchor off Hong Kong man of war anchorage. At 7:05 got underway and moored to buoy No. 17 in Kowloon man-of was anchorage.

The Catain called upon the Admiral officially. Straightened up the ship.

Let fires die under boilers B and C.

USS Wilmington - Wilmington shifted anchorage.

Rigged out second cutter and sent liberty party ashore.

Secured steam launch at 11:00 o'clock.


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at anchor off hong kong china

Lat 22.3, Long 114.1


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20 April 1908



LOG BOOK – APRIL 21st 1908 TO DECEMBER 17th 1908


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at anchor off hong kong china

Lat 22.3, Long 114.1


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21 April 1908


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moored to bouy off hong kong china

Lat 22.3, Long 114.1


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22 April 1908


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moored to bouy off hong kong china and making passage shanghai china

Lat 22.30, Long -114.65


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23 April 1908


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as sea making passage from hong kong to shanghai china

Lat 24.13, Long -118.48


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24 April 1908


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making pass from hong kong to shanghai china

Lat 26.02, Long -120.43


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25 April 1908


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making pass from hong kong to shanghai china

Lat 28.40, Long -122.15


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26 April 1908


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making pass from hong kong to shanghai china

Lat 31.07, Long -122.17


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27 April 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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28 April 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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29 April 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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30 April 1908



LOGS FOR MAY 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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1 May 1908

coal: 100 tons - Cardiff steaming coal.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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2 May 1908


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at anchor in lower yangste kiang river and making passage to yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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3 May 1908

At 1:30 called all hands and at 2:00 got underway and steaming under boilers A, C and D on various courses Yangste Kiang in column open order, distance 600 yards, pilot at the conn.

USS Rainbow - Steaming down Yangste River, Pilot at the conn, following Rainbow. At 5:15 pilot left the ship. At 5:32 put over patent log reading 33.0.

C. E. Hughes (Sea) - Hughes, C. E. (Sea) released from confinement by order of Commanding Officer.

Steaming second in open column, distance 600 yards, making ten knots. Hoisted ashes. Passed numerous fishing junks which were anchored.


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making passage from shanghai china to yokohama japan

Lat 32.62, Long -126.92


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4 May 1908

Steaming second in column open order, distance 600 yards, under boilers A, C and D, making ten knots. Hoisted ashes.

At 11:30 set clocks ahead 12 minutes.

At 5:25 conected up boiler "B."


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by bearings

Lat 33.95, Long -131.05


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5 May 1908


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making passage from shanghai china to yokohama japan

Lat , Long


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5 May 1908

he saki

Lat 22.6, Long 59.5

Steaming in column open order, second in formation, distance 600 yards, under full boiler power., course N. 57oE. (p.s.c.).

At 2:05 passed Tsu Shima light abeam 2.5 miles.

At 5:03 sighted Oki Shima Island bearing N. 53oE. (p.s.c.) Took bow and beam bearing and at 5:50 it bore abeam distance 6.2 miles.

Sighted Futaoi Jima at 7:50, bearing one point on the port bow.

Steaming on various courses through Shimonosaki Strait.

Pilot H. W. Saucht - At 9:43 stopped and picked up pilot H.W. Saucht for the Insland Sea.

He Saki Lt. abeam bearing S.40W (mag.) distant 1/4 mile.

Steaming on various courses with the pilot at the conn fourth in formation column distance 800 yards, thru the Inland Sea, under boilers A, B, C and D.

C. E. Hughes (Sea) - At 1:00 a S.C.M. met for the trial of Hughes, C.E. (Sea) U.S.N. for being absent without permission. Lt. D. W. Todd was senior member. At 1:20 S.C.M. adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

Lieut David W. Todd USN - At 1:00 a S.C.M. met for the trial of Hughes, C.E. (Sea) U.S.N. for being absent without permission. Lt. D. W. Todd was senior member. At 1:20 S.C.M. adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.


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making passage from shanghai china to yokohama japan

Lat 34.08, Long 134.95


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6 May 1908

hinomi saki lt

Lat 11.2, Long -60.7

Steaming various courses with pilot at the conn, under boilers A, B, C and D thru inland sea. At 12:15 put over patent reading 92.8. At 3:45 Jizohona Island abeam patent log 37.1. Course S. 81E. (p.s.c.).

Italian cruiser Vesuvio - At 7:15 sighted the Italian Cruiser Vesuvio bearing E. by S. Stopped both engines at 7:50 and hauled in patent log, reading 86.3. At 7:55 the Vesuvio fired a salute of 13 guns, U.S. Ensign at the fore. U.S.S. Rainbow returned the salute gun for gun, Italian Ensign at the fore.

USS Rainbow - At 7:15 sighted the Italian Cruiser Vesuvio bearing E. by S. Stopped both engines at 7:50 and hauled in patent log, reading 86.3. At 7:55 the Vesuvio fired a salute of 13 guns, U.S. Ensign at the fore. U.S.S. Rainbow returned the salute gun for gun, Italian Ensign at the fore.

At 8:15, pilot left the ship and went ahead on course S.26oW.(p.s.c.). At 8:35 put over patent log reading 86.3 Wada Misaka Lt. bearing N.53oE.(mag.)distant 7 mile.

At 10:37 changed course to S.11oW. (p.s.c.) patent log 10.8, with Tomaga Shima Lt. abeam distant 8. mile.

Passed Hinomi Saki Lt. on port bean distant 3.4 miles.

At 5:10 passed Shima Misaki Lt. house abeam distant 2000 yards patent log reading 85.5.


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by bearings

Lat 35.03, Long -139.50


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7 May 1908

yokohama

Lat -4.6, Long 139.6

Steaming under boilers A,B, C and D, on course N.65oE.(p.s.c.) in column open order distance 800 yards.

At 5:30 passed Omai Saki Lt. abeam distance 11.2 miles patgent log reading 34.6.

At 7:20 sighted Rock Island Lt. bearing N.80oE. (p.s.c.) patent log 57.9.

At 8:25, passed Rock Island Light abeam, distant 1.1 miles.

Steaming fourth in open column distance 800 yards, making about 11 1/2 knots, on course N.49E (p.s.c.).

At 2:40 hauled in patent log reading 47.1, Can buoy off Homoku Pt. bearing abeam.

At 1:20 formed column. At 3:00 formed line of division preparatory to anchoring. At 3:10 came to anchor with 25 fathoms of chain and starboard anchor in 5 1/2 fathoms of water. At 3:15, shifted anchorage to get in position; with South Breakwater Lt. bearing N.58oW. (mag.), English Naval flagstaff S.60W. ship's head S.W. by W. (p.s.c).

USS Denver - Sent mail orderly ashore. U.S.S. Denver anchored at 4:05. At 4:06 mastheaded colors.


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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8 May 1908

USS Rainbow - At 10:53 U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 9 guns with the U.S. Ensign at the fore.

Crew painting ship.

At 4:00 sent liberty party ashore.


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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9 May 1908

J. L. Heussmann (Fire 1c) - Liberty party returned except McCloe, E.E. (F 1/c) and Heussman, J. L. (F 1/c).

E. E. McCloe (Fire 1c) - Liberty party returned except McCloe, E.E. (F 1/c) and Heussman, J. L. (F 1/c).

Sent Chief Yeoman and three men ashore to tally coal.

PA Surg Ernest O. J. Eytinge USN - At 10:53, G.C.M. met on the Rainbow. Asst. Surgeon E. O. J. Eytinge and Ensign J. H. Newton left the ship on duty.

Midshipman John H. Newton USN - At 10:53, G.C.M. met on the Rainbow. Asst. Surgeon E. O. J. Eytinge and Ensign J. H. Newton left the ship on duty.

French Cruiser D'Entrecasteaux - At 10:05 the Commanding Officer left the ship officially to call on the French Rear Admiral on the French Cruiser d'Entrecasteaux.

Ensign John H. Newton USN - Ensign J. H. Newton this day received his commission as Ensign, U.S. Navy, commission to date from January 31, 1907.

At 3:55 the Flagship fired a salute of 19 guns with the U.S. Ensign at the fore.


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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10 May 1908

At 12:30 lighted fires in "A" boiler and at 400 connected up "A" boiler. Let fires die out in "D".

E. L. Maddox (GunM 3c) - Liberty party returned except Maddox, E.L. <GM3C>; Lyons, J.A. <GM3C>; Luby, D.H. <Sea>; Fuller, G. <Bl'ks'h>; Shaw, J. <Oiler>; McDevitt, J. <C.P.>; Resnick, H. <F.2C>>;

At 545 commenced coaling with coolies.

D. H. Luby (Sea) - Liberty party returned except Maddox, E.L. <GM3C>; Lyons, J.A. <GM3C>; Luby, D.H. <Sea>; Fuller, G. <Bl'ks'h>; Shaw, J. <Oiler>; McDevitt, J. <C.P.>; Resnick, H. <F.2C>>;

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Liberty party returned except Maddox, E.L. <GM3C>; Lyons, J.A. <GM3C>; Luby, D.H. <Sea>; Fuller, G. <Bl'ks'h>; Shaw, J. <Oiler>; McDevitt, J. <C.P.>; Resnick, H. <F.2C>>;

J. Shaw (Oiler) - Liberty party returned except Maddox, E.L. <GM3C>; Lyons, J.A. <GM3C>; Luby, D.H. <Sea>; Fuller, G. <Bl'ks'h>; Shaw, J. <Oiler>; McDevitt, J. <C.P.>; Resnick, H. <F.2C>>;

J. A. Lyons (GunM 3c) - Liberty party returned except Maddox, E.L. <GM3C>; Lyons, J.A. <GM3C>; Luby, D.H. <Sea>; Fuller, G. <Bl'ks'h>; Shaw, J. <Oiler>; McDevitt, J. <C.P.>; Resnick, H. <F.2C>>;

H. Resnick (Fire 2c) - Liberty party returned except Maddox, E.L. <GM3C>; Lyons, J.A. <GM3C>; Luby, D.H. <Sea>; Fuller, G. <Bl'ks'h>; Shaw, J. <Oiler>; McDevitt, J. <C.P.>; Resnick, H. <F.2C>>;

J. McDevitt (CP) - Liberty party returned except Maddox, E.L. <GM3C>; Lyons, J.A. <GM3C>; Luby, D.H. <Sea>; Fuller, G. <Bl'ks'h>; Shaw, J. <Oiler>; McDevitt, J. <C.P.>; Resnick, H. <F.2C>>;

French Cruiser D'Entrecasteaux - Coaling ship. At 8:45, the Chief-of-Staff of the French Flagship D'Entrecasteaux called officially on the Captain. At 10:00 the Commander of the Third Squadron, left the Flagship officially. At 1100, the French cruiser D'Entrecasteaux got underway and stood out.

Ensign Kenneth Whiting USN - Ensign Kenneth Whiting this day received his commission as Ensign, USNavy, Commission to date from January 1st, 1907.

coal: 320 tons - Finished coaling at 2:40 having received on board 320 tons of George's Creek steaming coal.

The following overtime men returned on board:- Lyons, J.A. <GM.3C.> 9 hours; Kennedy, F. <C.P.>, 3 hrs; Shaw, J. <Oiler. 7 hrs.

Sent liberty party ashore.

At 8:30, sent steam launch ashore to secure for the night on account of the heavy weather.


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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11 May 1908

E. A. Dunn (OS) - Liberty party returned with exception of Dunn, E.A. <O.S.>; Kelly, J. <O.S.>; Speck, F. <Sea> Lytle, J.U. <M.M.1C.>.

F. Speck (Sea) - Liberty party returned with exception of Dunn, E.A. <O.S.>; Kelly, J. <O.S.>; Speck, F. <Sea> Lytle, J.U. <M.M.1C.>.

J. Kelly (OS) - Liberty party returned with exception of Dunn, E.A. <O.S.>; Kelly, J. <O.S.>; Speck, F. <Sea> Lytle, J.U. <M.M.1C.>.

J. U. Lytle (Mach 1c) - Liberty party returned with exception of Dunn, E.A. <O.S.>; Kelly, J. <O.S.>; Speck, F. <Sea> Lytle, J.U. <M.M.1C.>.

At 9:05 the Captain left the ship officially.

Sent part of the liberty party ashore at 1:15. Lowered sailing launch. Hoisted steamer in at 3 o'clock and fitted new key and set screw on propeller.

Rigged out steam launch. Hoisted sailing launch. The Captain returned aboard at 5:50.


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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12 May 1908

E. E. McCloe (Fire 1c) - McCloe, E.E. (F 1/c.) and Huessman, (F 1/c), returned 72 hours overleave from liberty. McDevitt, J. (F1/c) and Dunn, (O.S.) returned 24 hours over leave from liberty. White, T. (B.M./c) was found to be absent from the ship without permission.

J. L. Huessman (Fire 1c) - McCloe, E.E. (F 1/c.) and Huessman, (F 1/c), returned 72 hours overleave from liberty. McDevitt, J. (F1/c) and Dunn, (O.S.) returned 24 hours over leave from liberty. White, T. (B.M./c) was found to be absent from the ship without permission.

J. McDevitt (Fire 1c) - McCloe, E.E. (F 1/c.) and Huessman, (F 1/c), returned 72 hours overleave from liberty. McDevitt, J. (F1/c) and Dunn, (O.S.) returned 24 hours over leave from liberty. White, T. (B.M./c) was found to be absent from the ship without permission.

E. A. Dunn (OS) - McCloe, E.E. (F 1/c.) and Huessman, (F 1/c), returned 72 hours overleave from liberty. McDevitt, J. (F1/c) and Dunn, (O.S.) returned 24 hours over leave from liberty. White, T. (B.M./c) was found to be absent from the ship without permission.

T. White (BosM 1c) - McCloe, E.E. (F 1/c.) and Huessman, (F 1/c), returned 72 hours overleave from liberty. McDevitt, J. (F1/c) and Dunn, (O.S.) returned 24 hours over leave from liberty. White, T. (B.M./c) was found to be absent from the ship without permission.

At 1:40, the squadron independently shifted anchorage in nearer to the sea wall.

At 4:00 sent liberty party.

J. U. Lytle (Mach 1c) - At 10:30, Lytle, J. U. (M.M. 1/c) returned 39 1/2 hours overleave.


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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13 May 1908

Liberty party returned.

PA Surg Ernest O. J. Eytinge USN - Asst. Surgeon E. O. J. Eytinge, U.S.N., left the ship on duty as member of board of survey. Evans, T.W. (Sea), returned to the ship 21 hours overleave and Speck, F. (Sea) returned 55 hours overleave.

F. Speck (Sea) - Asst. Surgeon E. O. J. Eytinge, U.S.N., left the ship on duty as member of board of survey. Evans, T.W. (Sea), returned to the ship 21 hours overleave and Speck, F. (Sea) returned 55 hours overleave.

T. W. Evans (Sea) - Asst. Surgeon E. O. J. Eytinge, U.S.N., left the ship on duty as member of board of survey. Evans, T.W. (Sea), returned to the ship 21 hours overleave and Speck, F. (Sea) returned 55 hours overleave.


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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14 May 1908

J. F. McCarthy (OS) - The Commanding Officer assigned following punishments at mast: McCarthy J. F. (O.S.) - 40 in. overtime and tight; 1 weeks restriction.

E. Clarke (Sea) - Clark, E. (Sea) - Tight from liberty. 1 week's restriction.

Ralph Arthur Meigs (Paint 3c) - Meigs, R.A. (Ptr.3c.) " " "

F. A. Kennedy (CP) - Kennedy, F.G. (C.P.) overleave 3 hrs. Redeuced 1 class and 1 week's restriction.

J. A. Lyons (GunM 3c) - Lyons, J.A. (G.M. 3c.) " 10 " 2dn class and 2 wk's restriction.

H. Resnick (Fire 2c) - Resnick, H. (F. 2/c.) " 24 " 2 weeks restriction and 3rd conduct class.

D. H. Luby (Sea) - Luby, D.H. (Sea.) " 24 "

E. L. Maddox (GunM 3c) - Maddox, E.L. (G.M. 3/c.) " 24 "

E. A. Dunn (Sea) - Dunn, E. A. (Sea.) " 24 "

T. W. Evans (Sea) - Evans, T.W. (Sea.) " 21 "

J. U. Lytle (Mach 1c) - Lytle, J.U. (M. M. 1/c) " 39 1/2 " 1 month's restriction and 4th class.

J. D. McDevitt (CP) - McDevitt, J. (C.P.) " 48 "

F. Speck (Sea) - Speck, F. (Sea.) " 55 " {34 days restriction and 4th class

J. L. Huessman (Fire 1c) - Huessman, J. L. (F. 1/c.) " 72 " 2 months restriction and 4th class.

E. E. McCloe (Fire 1c) - McCloe, E. E. (F. 1/c.) " 72 "

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Fuller, G.A. (Blk.Smth.) " 96 " {2 months restriction and 2 months 4th class.


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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14 May 1908

C. Weber (Sea) - The following changes in rating were made by the Commanding Officer. Weber, C. (Sea), detailed as captain of the hold. Johnson, J. A. (Sea), relieved as captain of the hold and rated(Coxwain.) from May 9, 1908. Moran, J. A. (Ele. 3c) to (Elec. 2c.) from April 11, 1908. Corum, S.L. (Oil) to (M.A.A. 2c) from May 9,1908.

J. A. Johnson (Sea) - The following changes in rating were made by the Commanding Officer. Weber, C. (Sea), detailed as captain of the hold. Johnson, J. A. (Sea), relieved as captain of the hold and rated(Coxwain.) from May 9, 1908. Moran, J. A. (Ele. 3c) to (Elec. 2c.) from April 11, 1908. Corum, S.L. (Oil) to (M.A.A. 2c) from May 9,1908.

J. A. Moran (Elec 3c) - The following changes in rating were made by the Commanding Officer. Weber, C. (Sea), detailed as captain of the hold. Johnson, J. A. (Sea), relieved as captain of the hold and rated(Coxwain.) from May 9, 1908. Moran, J. A. (Ele. 3c) to (Elec. 2c.) from April 11, 1908. Corum, S.L. (Oil) to (M.A.A. 2c) from May 9,1908.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Fuller, G. A. (Blk. Smth.) returned to ship 96 hours overleave.

S. L. Corum (Oiler) - The following changes in rating were made by the Commanding Officer. Weber, C. (Sea), detailed as captain of the hold. Johnson, J. A. (Sea), relieved as captain of the hold and rated(Coxwain.) from May 9, 1908. Moran, J. A. (Ele. 3c) to (Elec. 2c.) from April 11, 1908. Corum, S.L. (Oil) to (M.A.A. 2c) from May 9,1908.

HMS Alacrity - At 10:20 H.M.S. Alacrity stood in and anchored. At 10:22 the U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 17 guns, Japanese Ensign at the fore. At 10:25 the H.M.S. Alacrity fired a salute of 13 guns, American Ensign at the fore. At 10:28 the U.S.S. Rainbow returned the salute gun for gun, British Ensign at the fore.

USS Rainbow - At 10:20 H.M.S. Alacrity stood in and anchored. At 10:22 the U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 17 guns, Japanese Ensign at the fore. At 10:25 the H.M.S. Alacrity fired a salute of 13 guns, American Ensign at the fore. At 10:28 the U.S.S. Rainbow returned the salute gun for gun, British Ensign at the fore.

Held mast at 10:30. The Commanding Officer assigned the following punishments:- (list appended).

Overhauled boat gear for all boats.

W. A. Murdock (Sea) - At 1:00 Murdock, W. A. (Sea) returned to ship 44 hours overleave.

B. A. Peters (Sea) - Received from the U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama, with bag, hannock and transfer papers, Peters, B.A. (Sea.).


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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15 May 1908

At 7:45, the British Torpedo Boat Flotilla stood in and anchored. Hauled down guard flag at 8:00.

USS Cleveland - At 8:00 the U.S.S. Cleveland took the guard duty.

HMS King Alfred - At 10:30, British Cruisers King Alfred, Kent and Bedford were sighted standing in; at 11:20 the British Cruisers moored and the King Alfred fired a salute of 11 guns with the British Consular flag at the fore. At 11:45, H.M.S. Clio stood in and anchored.

HMS Kent - At 10:30, British Cruisers King Alfred, Kent and Bedford were sighted standing in; at 11:20 the British Cruisers moored and the King Alfred fired a salute of 11 guns with the British Consular flag at the fore. At 11:45, H.M.S. Clio stood in and anchored.

HMS Bedford - At 10:30, British Cruisers King Alfred, Kent and Bedford were sighted standing in; at 11:20 the British Cruisers moored and the King Alfred fired a salute of 11 guns with the British Consular flag at the fore. At 11:45, H.M.S. Clio stood in and anchored.

HMS Clio - At 10:30, British Cruisers King Alfred, Kent and Bedford were sighted standing in; at 11:20 the British Cruisers moored and the King Alfred fired a salute of 11 guns with the British Consular flag at the fore. At 11:45, H.M.S. Clio stood in and anchored.

At 1:00, started securing off new falls on whale boat, gig and 3rd cutter's davits. At 2:40 the King Alfred shifted anchorage moving nearer to breakwater. Sent baseball party ashore.

Sent steam launch to shore to secure for night on account of rough sea.


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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16 May 1908

USS Denver - Filed day. Sent machinist mate to Denver to work on our engine room.

W. A. Murdock (Sea) - At 11:00, Commanding Officer held mast. Murdock, W.A. (Sea), 44 hours overleave; one months restriction and 4th class.

At 11:15, the U.S. Consul called on the Commanding Officer.

HMS Clio - At 12:25, the Commanding Officer of H.M.S. Cleo called on the Commanding Officer. At 1:00 sent liberty and baseball parties ashore.

At 5:00, baseball party returned.


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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17 May 1908


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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18 May 1908


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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19 May 1908


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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20 May 1908


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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21 May 1908


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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22 May 1908


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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23 May 1908


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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24 May 1908


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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25 May 1908


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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26 May 1908


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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27 May 1908


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off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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28 May 1908

At 6:31, coal lighter with fifty tons in it came along side. Commenced coaling at 6:35. Took on 31 tons in watch.

coal: 50 tons - Continued coaling and finished at 10:40, taking on fifty tons of George's Creek coal.

A. J. Ross (Sailmakers Mate) - Received on board with necessary transfer papers from U.S.S. Rainbow Ross, A.J. (S.M.M.).

coal: 50 tons - Georges Creek Coal


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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29 May 1908


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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30 May 1908

Field day.

F. A. Kennedy (CP) - Kennedy F. A. (C.P.) and Ingram, D. (F 1c) were brought aboard by the police overleave 122 hours and a reward of $10. was paid for each.

Douglas Ingram (Fire 1c) - Kennedy F. A. (C.P.) and Ingram, D. (F 1c) were brought aboard by the police overleave 122 hours and a reward of $10. was paid for each.

At 12:00, fired a salute of 21 minute guns with the Ensign at half mast.

T. White (BosM 1c) - At 2:00, White, T. (B.M. 1C) surrendered himself as a straggler from this vessel having left the ship without permission some time prior to 7:00 A.M. May 12, '08. Declared a deserter May 22, 1908.

Ensign John H. Newton USN - At 1:00, sent a company ashore under command of Ensign J. H. Newton, to take part in Memorial Services held at the U.S. Naval Hospital. Commanding and Executive Officers left the ship to attend Services officially.

J. S. McCarthy (Ships Cook 3c) - Received from U.S.S. Supply with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers, McCarthy, J. S. (S.C. 3c.) and Maa, W.W. (C.P.).

G. Sullivan (Sea) - Transferred to the U.S.S. Supply with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers, Sullivan, G. (Sea), Scott, J.W. (S.C. 2c), Ingram, D. (F. 1c), Ludwig, H. D. (C.P.).

W. W. Maa (CP) - Received from U.S.S. Supply with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers, McCarthy, J. S. (S.C. 3c.) and Maa, W.W. (C.P.).

J. W. Scott (Ships Cook 2c) - Transferred to the U.S.S. Supply with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers, Sullivan, G. (Sea), Scott, J.W. (S.C. 2c), Ingram, D. (F. 1c), Ludwig, H. D. (C.P.).

Douglas Ingram (Fire 1c) - Transferred to the U.S.S. Supply with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers, Sullivan, G. (Sea), Scott, J.W. (S.C. 2c), Ingram, D. (F. 1c), Ludwig, H. D. (C.P.).

H. D. Ludwig (CP) - Transferred to the U.S.S. Supply with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers, Sullivan, G. (Sea), Scott, J.W. (S.C. 2c), Ingram, D. (F. 1c), Ludwig, H. D. (C.P.).


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 34.53, Long 138.93


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31 May 1908

omae zaki lt

Lat -4.6, Long 55.5

At 11:39, passed Onai Saki Lt. abeam distance 7 miles, patent log 56.4 and changed course to S.74oW. (mag).


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at anchor off yokohama japan

Lat 35.5, Long 139.6


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31 May 1908

tsurugi zaki light

Lat 32.0, Long -5.3

At 2:00, lighted fires under boilers B, C and D. Steam on boiler "A" for auxiliaries.

Secured ship for sea. At 5:05, got underway in column, distance 600 yards, Concord last in column. Steaming out of Yokohama on S.6oE. until 6:18, then stood on various courses. At 6:55, came to anchor in 6 fathoms of water, clay bottom, 30 fathoms of starboard chain. Bearings from anchorage: Kwanon Zaki S. 63oW. (mag.) Fort No. 1 N26oW.(mag.)

At 1:10, the Officer of the deck got underway unassisted. Took place in column, fourth in formation, Standard speed 10 knots under boilers A, B, C and D. Steaming on various courses out of the Gulf of Tokyo, following the Flagship until 2:20, when course set by Flagship S.50oW. (mag.) At 1:55, put over patent log reading 58.3. At 2:20, took departure from Tsurugi Saki Light on port beam bearing N.W. (mag.) distance 1.1 miles.

At 7:50, passed Rock Island Lt. abeam, distance 2 miles, patent log reading 19.2.



LOGS FOR JUNE 1908


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making passage form yokohama to kobe japan

Lat 33.60, Long 136.20


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1 June 1908

kui suido channel

Lat 22.6, Long 59.5

At 9:42, brought ship to under in 33 fathoms of water with 90 fathoms of starboard chain. Banked fires in A, B and D boilers.


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making passage form yokohama to kobe japan

Lat , Long


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1 June 1908

shiomisaki lt

Lat , Long

Steaming 4th in column, distance 600 yds, under full boiler power, on course S.75oW. (p.s.c.), standard speed 10 knots.

Exercised 6" gun pointers at dotter practice.

At 1:55, passed Oshima Lt. abeam distant 2 1/2 miles. At 2:30, changed course to N. 68W.(p.s.c.), patent log reading 6.0. Passed Shiomisakei Lt. abeam at 2:50, distant 2 1/2 miles.

USS Denver - At 3:20, the U.S.S. Denver broke her break down flag and sheered out of the formation.

At 7:00, picked up Hina Saki Lt. bearing N.23oW. patent log, 52.4.

At 8:20, the U.S.S. Denver regained her position, 3d in formation. At 8:40, hauled in patent log reading 68.7.


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at anchor in kii suido channel japan and making passage to kobe japan

Lat 34.38, Long 135.02


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2 June 1908

kobe harbor

Lat 11.2, Long 14.5

At 9:15, got underway under boilers A, B, C and D, second in column, speed 10 knots, course various. At 10:20, took course N.36oE (p.s.c). At 10:30 passed Ku Shima abeam. At 9:37, formed column open order. At 10:10, formed column. At 11:25, passed Kama Saki abeam. At 11:37, passed Tomago Shima Lt. abeam.

At 2:37, came to anchor in 8 1/2 fathoms of water, muddy bottom, 15 fathoms of chain starboard anchor.

At 3:12, the Commanding Officer left the ship officially to call upon the Commander third Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet.

USS Rainbow - At 5:42 Rainbow fired a salute of 7 guns, U.S. Ensign at the fore.

Tar Chang (Cabin Cook) - Tar Chang (Cab. Ck.) this date honorably discharged from this vessel and from U.S. Naval Serivce, by readon of expiration of enlistment.


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at anchor of kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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3 June 1908

PA Surg Ernest O. J. Eytinge USN - At 9:50, Assistant Surgeon E.O.J. Eytinge, U.S. Navy and Ensign, J. H. Newton, U.S. Navy, left the ship officially being members of a General Court Martial which convened on board the U.S.S. Rainbow at 10:30.

Ensign John H. Newton USN - At 9:50, Assistant Surgeon E.O.J. Eytinge, U.S. Navy and Ensign, J. H. Newton, U.S. Navy, left the ship officially being members of a General Court Martial which convened on board the U.S.S. Rainbow at 10:30.

USS Rainbow - At 9:50, Assistant Surgeon E.O.J. Eytinge, U.S. Navy and Ensign, J. H. Newton, U.S. Navy, left the ship officially being members of a General Court Martial which convened on board the U.S.S. Rainbow at 10:30.

At 10:05, the Captain left the ship officially.

Sent base-ball team and liberty party ashore at 1:15. At 2:30, the U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 17 guns, Japanese Ensign at the fore.

A board of survey, of which Lieut. Whitted wa senior member, reported on board to survey typewriter in Equipment Department.

Baseball team returned having been defeated by the U.S.S. Denver, score 8-3.

Tar Chang (Mess Att 3c) - Tar Chang was this day re-enlisted as a (Mess Att. 3c) in the U.S. Navy, enlistment to date four years from this date.

Liberty party returned at 11:15.


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at anchor of kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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4 June 1908

At 9:30, sent all boats out for exercise under oars and sail.

R. C. Ralston (Fire 1c) - By order of the Commanding Officer, Ralston, R. G. (F 2 c.) was issued an acting appointment as (Yeo. 3c) to date from April 14, 1908. Tar Chang, (M. Att. 3c) rated Cabin - Cook from today.

Tar Chang (Mess Att 3c) - By order of the Commanding Officer, Ralston, R. G. (F 2 c.) was issued an acting appointment as (Yeo. 3c) to date from April 14, 1908. Tar Chang, (M. Att. 3c) rated Cabin - Cook from today.

Sent base-ball party ashore.


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at anchor of kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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5 June 1908

USS Rainbow - At 5:07, the U.S.S. Rainbow, Denver and Cleveland got underway and stood out.

USS Denver - At 5:07, the U.S.S. Rainbow, Denver and Cleveland got underway and stood out.

USS Cleveland - At 5:07, the U.S.S. Rainbow, Denver and Cleveland got underway and stood out.

Liberty and base-ball parties went ashore.

C. Weber (Sea) - Liberty party returned except Weber, C. (Sea), Arnold, H. (Sea), Willis, C. (F 1c.) and Cassidy, W. J. (M.M. 1c).

H. Arnold (Sea) - Liberty party returned except Weber, C. (Sea), Arnold, H. (Sea), Willis, C. (F 1c.) and Cassidy, W. J. (M.M. 1c).

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - Liberty party returned except Weber, C. (Sea), Arnold, H. (Sea), Willis, C. (F 1c.) and Cassidy, W. J. (M.M. 1c).

W. J. Cassidy (MachM 1c) - Liberty party returned except Weber, C. (Sea), Arnold, H. (Sea), Willis, C. (F 1c.) and Cassidy, W. J. (M.M. 1c).


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at anchor off kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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6 June 1908


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at anchor off kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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7 June 1908


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at anchor of kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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8 June 1908

The Commanding Officer assigned the following punishments:-

Ah Hing (Mess Att) - Ah Hing M.Att. Fighting: 4th conduct class.

Lee Foo (Mess Att 3c) - Lee Foo " " 4th " "

C. Weber (Sea) - Weber,C. Sea Overleave 42 hrs. 1 mos.restr.and 4th class

S. Baehr (Cop Smith) - Baehr,S. Cpsmh. " 6 " 1 weeks restriction.

W. J. Cassidy (MachM 1c) - Cassidy,W.J. M.M.1C. " 51 " 34 days restr.and 4th class.

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - Willis,C. F.1C. " 56 " 34 " " " 4th "

H. Arnold (Sea) - Arnold,H. Sea " 56 " 34 " " " 4th "

George Monroe Stevenson (Sea) - Stevenson,G. Sea " 32 " 24 " " " 4th "

Ralph Arthur Meigs (Paint 3c) - Meigs,R.A. Prt.2 C. Unfit for duty 24 hours after return from liberty: 3 wks.restr.and 4th class.


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at anchor of kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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8 June 1908

W. J. Cassidy (MachM 1c) - At 2:00, Cassidy, W.J. (M.M. 1c) returned 51 hours overleave.

H. Arnold (Sea) - Arnold, H. (Sea), Stevenson, G.M. (Sea) and Willis, C. (F 1c.) were delivered on board by Kobe Police and a reward of $10 was paid for each.

George Monroe Stevenson (Sea) - Arnold, H. (Sea), Stevenson, G.M. (Sea) and Willis, C. (F 1c.) were delivered on board by Kobe Police and a reward of $10 was paid for each.

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - Arnold, H. (Sea), Stevenson, G.M. (Sea) and Willis, C. (F 1c.) were delivered on board by Kobe Police and a reward of $10 was paid for each.

Commanding Officer held mast and assigned punishments as per slip.

USS Rainbow - At 12:45, sighted U.S.S. Rainbow, Cleveland and Denver standing in.

USS Denver - At 12:45, sighted U.S.S. Rainbow, Cleveland and Denver standing in.

USS Cleveland - At 12:45, sighted U.S.S. Rainbow, Cleveland and Denver standing in.

W. J. Ryan (Sea) - At 3:30, Ryan, W.J. (Sea) was delivered on board by cival authorities.

The Commanding Officer called on the Commander of Third Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet.

At 5:30, U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 19 guns with the American Ensign at the fore. At 7:00 startd hydrokinetics on C and D boilers.


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at anchor of kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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9 June 1908

At 5:30, lighted fires in wing furnaces of C and D, boilers. Connected up "C" and "D" boilers with "A" at 7:30.

At 9:15, the Commander of 3d Squadron, U.S. Pacific Fleet and his Flag Lieutenant, came on board.

Got underway at 9:25, Officer of the Deck conning, and stood out. Shifted from bridge to poop steam steering gear, back to bridge, then to poop hand steering gear, back to bridge, then to steam steering gear and back to bridge steering gear. At 10:20, "Man overboard", - dropped starboard life buoy, cleared away and lowered starboard life boat; worked engines to check speed. Life-boat picked up buoy 5 minutes from time of being called away. Life boat returned and was hoisted 11 minutes from time of being called away. At 10:38, "Man overboard,"- dropped port life buoy, cleard away and lowered port life boat. Boat picked up up life buoy, returned and was hoisted 11 minutes after being called away. Watch Officers given drill in handling ship. Admiral on the bridge. Headed in to anchorage and anchored at 12:00, in 6 1/2 fathoms of water, with 15 fathoms of starboard chain,

At 12:05; the American Consul called officially on the Captain. At 1:40, the Admiral and his Flag Lieutenant left the ship having finished an inspection of the ship while underway.

Sent base-ball and liberty parties ashore at 2:30.

Base-ball party returned at 5:30.

Liberty party returned at 11:15.


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at anchor of kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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10 June 1908

At 1:00, sent liberty and base-ball parties ashore.

Liberty party returned.


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at anchor of kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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11 June 1908

USS Denver - At 9:00, the Admiral left the Flagship and went aboard the Denver.

T. White (BosM 1c) - Specifications were delivered to White, T. (B.M. 1c.) for G.C.M. for desertion.


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at anchor of kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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12 June 1908

Comdr. James H. Sears USN - At 9:00, a board of examination, of which Commander James H. Sears is senior member, met on board to re-examine Midshipmen W.B. Howe and H. F. Emerson for final graduation.

Midshipman Herbert F. Emerson USN - At 9:00, a board of examination, of which Commander James H. Sears is senior member, met on board to re-examine Midshipmen W.B. Howe and H. F. Emerson for final graduation.

Midshipman William B. Howe USN - At 9:00, a board of examination, of which Commander James H. Sears is senior member, met on board to re-examine Midshipmen W.B. Howe and H. F. Emerson for final graduation.

At 10:00 three Japanese torpedo-boats stood in and anchored.

Sent liberty party ashore.

Liberty party returned at 11:15.


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at anchor of kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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13 June 1908

Field day. Number 1 typhoon signal hoisted on shore at 7:30.

W. J. Ryan (Sea) - The following punishements were assigned by the Captain:- Ryan, W. J., (Sea) 16 hours overleave and brought on board by civil police, 16 days deprivation of liberty on shore and reduced to 2d conduct class; Spivak, S. (Sea) insolence to the Officer of the Deck:- 60 days deprivation of liberty on shore and reduced to 4th conduct class.

S. Spivak (Sea) - The following punishements were assigned by the Captain:- Ryan, W. J., (Sea) 16 hours overleave and brought on board by civil police, 16 days deprivation of liberty on shore and reduced to 2d conduct class; Spivak, S. (Sea) insolence to the Officer of the Deck:- 60 days deprivation of liberty on shore and reduced to 4th conduct class.

Midshipman Herbert F. Emerson USN - Midshipman H.F. Emerson completed his final re-examination in Marine Engines, Boilers and Naval Construction.

At 11:00, the liberty party returned.


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at anchor of kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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14 June 1908

Midshipman William B. Howe USN - At 9:00, Midshipman W. B. Howe commenced his final examination in french.


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at anchor off kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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15 June 1908


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at anchor off kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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16 June 1908


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at anchor off kobe japan

Lat 34.7, Long 135.1


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17 June 1908


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at anchor off kobe japan

Lat 34.82, Long 134.55


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18 June 1908


50874e1d09d409075500f7a9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS Concord/vol038of040/vol038of040_070_0.jpg)


Lat 34.48, Long 134.55


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18 June 1908


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at anchor off hyakkaw jima light

Lat , Long


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19 June 1908


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at anchor off tsumu sima lt inland sea of japan and enroute to shanghai china

Lat 33.72, Long 131.25


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20 June 1908


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enroute from kobe japan to woosung china

Lat 32.00, Long 121.05


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21 June 1908


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enroute to woosung china

Lat 31.30, Long 123.75


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22 June 1908


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enroute to and anchored off woosung china

Lat 31.4, Long 121.5


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23 June 1908


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at anchor off woosing china

Lat 31.4, Long 121.5


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24 June 1908


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at anchor off woosing china

Lat 31.4, Long 121.5


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25 June 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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26 June 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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27 June 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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28 June 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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29 June 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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30 June 1908



LOGS FOR JULY 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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1 July 1908

All line officers met to discuss the tactical signal book.

A. Garst (Cox) - By order of the Commanding Officer the following changes in rating were made:- (1) Garst, A. (Cox) issued acting appointment as (B.M.2C) from June 12, 1908, having qualified by examintation. (2) McCarthy, J.L. (S.C.3c) rated S.C.2 cl. from June 1, 1908.

J. L. McCarthy (Ships Cook 3c) - By order of the Commanding Officer the following changes in rating were made:- (1) Garst, A. (Cox) issued acting appointment as (B.M.2C) from June 12, 1908, having qualified by examintation. (2) McCarthy, J.L. (S.C.3c) rated S.C.2 cl. from June 1, 1908.

T. McQuade (BosM 1c) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments: McQuade, T. (B. 1c) Tight from liberty.- 1 Week's deprivation of liberty and reduced from special 1st cl. to 1st class. McDevitt, J. (C.P.) 33 hours overleave.- 24 days restriction and 4th class 1 month.

J. D. McDevitt (CP) - The Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments: McQuade, T. (B. 1c) Tight from liberty.- 1 Week's deprivation of liberty and reduced from special 1st cl. to 1st class. McDevitt, J. (C.P.) 33 hours overleave.- 24 days restriction and 4th class 1 month.

SMS Luchs - At 8:25; S.M.S. Luchs and S.M.S. Tiger stood down the Hwang Poo River At 10:45; H.M.S. Nightingale stood up Hwang Poo River. The Wardroom officers of the Villalobos called on the Wardroom officers of this ship.

SMS Tiger - At 8:25; S.M.S. Luchs and S.M.S. Tiger stood down the Hwang Poo River At 10:45; H.M.S. Nightingale stood up Hwang Poo River. The Wardroom officers of the Villalobos called on the Wardroom officers of this ship.

HMS Nightingale - At 8:25; S.M.S. Luchs and S.M.S. Tiger stood down the Hwang Poo River At 10:45; H.M.S. Nightingale stood up Hwang Poo River. The Wardroom officers of the Villalobos called on the Wardroom officers of this ship.

USS Villalobos - At 8:25; S.M.S. Luchs and S.M.S. Tiger stood down the Hwang Poo River At 10:45; H.M.S. Nightingale stood up Hwang Poo River. The Wardroom officers of the Villalobos called on the Wardroom officers of this ship.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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2 July 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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3 July 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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4 July 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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5 July 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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6 July 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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7 July 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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8 July 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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9 July 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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10 July 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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11 July 1908

Field day.

H. L. Morgan (CP) - Commanding Officer held mast and assigned the following punishments - Morgan, H. L. (C.P.) 1 1/2 hours overleave; lose one liberty. Morgan, H. L. (C.P.) wearing another man's jumper on liberty without permission or knowledge of the man; reduced to 3d class.

USS Cleveland - At 1:34, U.S.S. Cleveland stood in and moored.

French Gunboat Decidee - French Gunboat Decidee stood in and anchored.


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12 July 1908

E. J. McCluen (Elec 1c) - By order of Commanding Officer McCluen, E.J. (Elec. 1c) was this date given an acting appointment as Chief Electrician.


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12 July 1908

Midshipman William B. Howe USN - Midsn'n. W. B. Howe, U.S.N. and Mids'n. H. F. Emerson, U.S.N. were this day detached from duty on board this vessel and ordered to duty on the U.S.S. Denver and for transpportation to Manila, P.I. and then to duty on the U.S.S. Alabama and U.S.S. Maine respectively.

Midshipman Herbert F. Emerson USN - Midsn'n. W. B. Howe, U.S.N. and Mids'n. H. F. Emerson, U.S.N. were this day detached from duty on board this vessel and ordered to duty on the U.S.S. Denver and for transpportation to Manila, P.I. and then to duty on the U.S.S. Alabama and U.S.S. Maine respectively.

H. Dalton (Fire 1c) - Dalton, H. (F 1c) U.S.N., Fuller, G.A. (Blk Smth) U.S.N. and A. T. Brill, (Ch Elec) U.S.N. were transferred with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers to the U.S.S. Denver for transportation to the P.I. for further transportation on board a U.S. Army Transport to the U.S.S. Independence, Mare Island, Cal. U.S.A.

George A. Fuller (Blacksmith) - Dalton, H. (F 1c) U.S.N., Fuller, G.A. (Blk Smth) U.S.N. and A. T. Brill, (Ch Elec) U.S.N. were transferred with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers to the U.S.S. Denver for transportation to the P.I. for further transportation on board a U.S. Army Transport to the U.S.S. Independence, Mare Island, Cal. U.S.A.

A. T. Brill (Chief Elec) - Dalton, H. (F 1c) U.S.N., Fuller, G.A. (Blk Smth) U.S.N. and A. T. Brill, (Ch Elec) U.S.N. were transferred with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers to the U.S.S. Denver for transportation to the P.I. for further transportation on board a U.S. Army Transport to the U.S.S. Independence, Mare Island, Cal. U.S.A.

USS Helena - The U.S.S. Helena stood up the Huang poo River and moored at 12:15. The U.S.S. Villalobos got underway and stood down the Huang poo River at 1:25.

USS Villalobos - The U.S.S. Helena stood up the Huang poo River and moored at 12:15. The U.S.S. Villalobos got underway and stood down the Huang poo River at 1:25.

USS Villalobos - U.S.S. Villalobos stood up the Huang poo River and moored at 5:25.

R. Carey (Fire 2c) - Carey, R. (F. 2c) U.S.N. returned on board 10 hours overtime. Ensign, C.M. Austin, U.S.N. reported to S.O.P. for temporary duty on board the U.S.S. Helena. Ensign, S.L.H. Hazard, U.S.N. reported on board for temporary duty.

Ensign C. M. Austin USN - Carey, R. (F. 2c) U.S.N. returned on board 10 hours overtime. Ensign, C.M. Austin, U.S.N. reported to S.O.P. for temporary duty on board the U.S.S. Helena. Ensign, S.L.H. Hazard, U.S.N. reported on board for temporary duty.

Ensign S. L. H. Hazard USN - Carey, R. (F. 2c) U.S.N. returned on board 10 hours overtime. Ensign, C.M. Austin, U.S.N. reported to S.O.P. for temporary duty on board the U.S.S. Helena. Ensign, S.L.H. Hazard, U.S.N. reported on board for temporary duty.


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13 July 1908

USS Helena - The Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Helena called on the commanding Officer of this Vessel. At 10:40, the Chilian man-of-war General Baquedano stood in and moored in the lower reach.

Chilean Man of War General Baquedano - The Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Helena called on the commanding Officer of this Vessel. At 10:40, the Chilian man-of-war General Baquedano stood in and moored in the lower reach.

Ensign S. L. H. Hazard USN - Ensign S. L. H. Hazard U.S.N. boarded the General Raquedavo. The Commanding Officer of the French Gun boat Decidee presented his compliments to the Commanding Officer with the request that the U.S. Men o'war full dress ship from 8 A.M. to sunset tomorrow the 14th inst in honor of the French National Holiday commemorating the fall of the Bastille.

French Gunboat Decidee - Ensign S. L. H. Hazard U.S.N. boarded the General Baquedano. The Commanding Officer of the French Gun boat Decidee presented his compliments to the Commanding Officer with the request that the U.S. Men o'war full dress ship from 8 A.M. to sunset tomorrow the 14th inst in honor of the French National Holiday commemorating the fall of the Bastille.

Boarded by an officer of the Chilian training ship General Baquedano.

J. J. Austin (Fire 2c) - Austin, J.J. (F 2c.) and Bolger, F. T. (F 1c) reported on board as stragglers from the U.S.S. Denver.

F. T. Bolger (Fire 1c) - Austin, J.J. (F 2c.) and Bolger, F. T. (F 1c) reported on board as stragglers from the U.S.S. Denver.


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14 July 1908

Full dressed ship at 8 o'clock in honor of the French National Holiday commemorating "The Fall of the Bastille."

French Gunboat Decidee - The Wardroom officers called on the Commanding Officer and Wardroom officers of the French Gun boat "Decidee".

Chilean Man of War General Baquedano - At 1:35 the Captain of the Chilian cruiser General Baquedano, called officially on the Captain. At 2:00, D. B. Wainwright returned on board having finished an inspection of the Pay Department of the U.S.S. Helena. At 2:30, a Japanese Cruiser flying the flag of a Rear Admiral stood in and anchored.

Asst Paymaster D. B. Wainwright USN - At 1:35 the Captain of the Chilian cruiser General Baquedano, called officially on the Captain. At 2:00, D. B. Wainwright returned on board having finished an inspection of the Pay Department of the U.S.S. Helena. At 2:30, a Japanese Cruiser flying the flag of a Rear Admiral stood in and anchored.

USS Helena - At 1:35 the Captain of the Chilian cruiser General Baquedano, called officially on the Captain. At 2:00, D. B. Wainwright returned on board having finished an inspection of the Pay Department of the U.S.S. Helena. At 2:30, a Japanese Cruiser flying the flag of a Rear Admiral stood in and anchored.

J. R. Eagan (BoxM 2c) - By order of Commanding officer, the following change in rating is made to date from July 6, 1908:- Eagan, J.R. (M.M.2c) to (B.M. 1c).

Ensign John H. Newton USN - At 8:30, J. H. Newton, Ensign U.S.N. left the ship to inspect the oil lights of the U.S.S. Helena, returned at 9:20.


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15 July 1908


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Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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16 July 1908

HMS Britomart - At 5:25; the H.M.S. Britomart stood down the river.

Liberty party returned.

Ah Sam (Mess Att 3c) - Ah Sam, M. Att. 3c. was this day enlisted for 4 years in the U.S. Navy, for general services.

Sent base-ball party ashore.


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17 July 1908

Liberty party returned.

USS Villalobos - At 8:30, the U.S.S. Villalobos got underway and stood down the River.

Admiral Shah ICN - The Comd'g. Officer paid an official call on Admiral Shah, I.C.N. the Commandant of the central District, China.

The U.S.S. Villalobos stood up the River and at 1:00 anchored up stream.

Sent liberty party ashore.

T. F. Bolger (Fire 1c) - Transferred to the U.S.S. Cleveland for further transfer to the U.S.S. Denver, T. F. Bolger, (F 1c.) and J.J. Austin, (F 2c.), two stragglers from the latter vessel.

USS Cleveland - Transferred to the U.S.S. Cleveland for further transfer to the U.S.S. Denver, T. F. Bolger, (F 1c.) and J.J. Austin, (F 2c.), two stragglers from the latter vessel.

J. J. Austin (Fire 2c) - Transferred to the U.S.S. Cleveland for further transfer to the U.S.S. Denver, T. F. Bolger, (F 1c.) and J.J. Austin, (F 2c.), two stragglers from the latter vessel.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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18 July 1908

Liberty party returned.

Field day.

Comdr. James H. Sears USN - At 10:15, the G.C.M. of which Commander J. H. Sears U.S. Navy is president met for the trial of Weeding, D. A. (P.M.) and at 11:30, took a recess.

D. A. Weeding (PM) - At 10:15, the G.C.M. of which Commander J. H. Sears U.S. Navy is president met for the trial of Weeding, D. A. (P.M.) and at 11:30, took a recess.

Ah Chu (Mess Att 1c) - Received from the U.S.S. Rainbow with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers, Ah. Chu, (M. A.. 1c).

USS Villalobos - At 10:10, the U.S.S. Villalobos got underway and stood down the River.

At 11:45, the U.S.S. Cleveland hove up her port anchor.

USS Cleveland - U.S.S. Cleveland got underway and stood down the Huangpoo river at 12:40.

The G.C.M. of which Commander James H. Sears U.S.N. is president met at one o'clock, and adjourned at 2:00 P.M. until Monday July 20, 1908 at ten oclock.

USS Villalobos - At 3:45; the U.S.S. Villalobos stood in and moored.

A Chinese Gunboat stood down the Huangpoo River at 3:15.


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19 July 1908


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20 July 1908


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21 July 1908


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23 July 1908

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22 July 1908


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22 July 1908

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23 July 1908


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24 July 1908

coal: 360 tons -


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25 July 1908


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26 July 1908


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27 July 1908


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28 July 1908


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29 July 1908

Liberty party returned. Discharged ashes with lighter alongside. Aired bedding.

Comdr. James H. Sears USN - At 9:15, Commander J. H. Sears, U.S.N., D. W. Todd, U.S.N., Ensign J. A. Mandeville, U.S.N., and J. H. Newton, U.S.N., Asst. Surgeon E. O. J. Eytinge and Asst Paymaster D. B. Wainwright, U.S.N., left the ship to inspect the U.S.S. Villalobos.

Ensign John A. Mandeville USN - At 9:15, Commander J. H. Sears, U.S.N., D. W. Todd, U.S.N., Ensign J. A. Mandeville, U.S.N., and J. H. Newton, U.S.N., Asst. Surgeon E. O. J. Eytinge and Asst Paymaster D. B. Wainwright, U.S.N., left the ship to inspect the U.S.S. Villalobos.

Ensign John H. Newton USN - At 9:15, Commander J. H. Sears, U.S.N., D. W. Todd, U.S.N., Ensign J. A. Mandeville, U.S.N., and J. H. Newton, U.S.N., Asst. Surgeon E. O. J. Eytinge and Asst Paymaster D. B. Wainwright, U.S.N., left the ship to inspect the U.S.S. Villalobos.

PA Surg Ernest O. J. Eytinge USN - At 9:15, Commander J. H. Sears, U.S.N., D. W. Todd, U.S.N., Ensign J. A. Mandeville, U.S.N., and J. H. Newton, U.S.N., Asst. Surgeon E. O. J. Eytinge and Asst Paymaster D. B. Wainwright, U.S.N., left the ship to inspect the U.S.S. Villalobos.

Asst Paymaster D. B. Wainwright USN - At 9:15, Commander J. H. Sears, U.S.N., D. W. Todd, U.S.N., Ensign J. A. Mandeville, U.S.N., and J. H. Newton, U.S.N., Asst. Surgeon E. O. J. Eytinge and Asst Paymaster D. B. Wainwright, U.S.N., left the ship to inspect the U.S.S. Villalobos.

USS Villalobos - At 1:15, the Board of Inspection went on board the Villalobos; returned at 3:00. Sent liberty party ashore.


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30 July 1908

The steam launch while making the 9:00 o'clock trip lost her propeller; she was towed back to the ship and hoisted to replace propeller.

H. Arnold (Sea) - At 11:55, delivered S.C.M. specifications to H. Arnold (Sea).


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31 July 1908

Chinese Gunboat stood up the Huangpoo River at 6:55.

Lieut David W. Todd USN - The S.C.M. of which Lt. D.W. Todd, U.S.N. is Senior Member met in the case of H. Arnold, (Sea) U.S.N. at 10:30, and adjourned at 11:25 to await the action of convening authority.

H. Arnold (Sea) - The S.C.M. of which Lt. D.W. Todd, U.S.N. is Senior Member met in the case of H. Arnold, (Sea) U.S.N. at 10:30, and adjourned at 11:25 to await the action of convening authority.

SMS Iltis - At 2:18, S.M.S. Iltis and the French Gunboat Decidee stood down the Huangpoo River.

French Gunboat Decidee - At 2:18, S.M.S. Iltis and the French Gunboat Decidee stood down the Huangpoo River.

SMS Jaguar - S.M.S. Jaguar stood in at 7:50.



LOGS FOR AUGUST 1908


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1 August 1908

Field day.

HMS Teal - H.M.S. Teal stood in and moored at 8:55.

USS Villalobos - The U.S.S. Villalobos stood out at 2:45.


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2 August 1908

Liberty party returned by 7:00.

Harry Arnold (Sea) - Published proceedings of a S.C.M. in the case of Harry Arnold, (Sea), U.S. Navy. Sentence as follows:- Solitary confinement on bread and water for five days, and to lose all pay for three months, except three dollars per month, total loss of pay amounting to 74.70 dollars. Loss of pay reduced by convening authority, to $24.90.

USS Villalobos - At 2:55, the U.S.S. Villalobos stood up the river and moored. At 3:57, broke the senior's officer's pennant.


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3 August 1908

Liberty party returned by 7:00.

HMS Nightingale - At 7:55, the H.M.S. Nightingale stood down the river.

USS Callao - At 3:55, sighted the U.S.S. Callao standing up the river.

At 4:15, the U.S.S. Callao moored and her Commanding Officer paid an official call on board. Sent liberty party ashore.


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4 August 1908

Liberty party returned.

HMS Nightingale - At 9:35, H.B.M.S. Nightingale stood up the river. The Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Callao paid an official call on board.

USS Callao - At 9:35, H.B.M.S. Nightingale stood up the river. The Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. Callao paid an official call on board.

Steam launch hoisted for an hour to set up on stern gland. Exercised gun pointers at dotter practice.

P. F. Ryan (Fire 1c) - P. F. Ryan, (F 1c.) a straggler from the U.S.S. Denver, left in Hankow, came on board with a few effects and the necessary papers from the U.S.S. Callao. By order of the Commanding Officer White, T. (B.M. 1c) was released his term of confinement having expired.

Sent liberty party ashore.

Thomas White (BosM 1c) - P. F. Ryan, (F 1c.) a straggler from the U.S.S. Denver, left in Hankow, came on board with a few effects and the necessary papers from the U.S.S. Callao. By order of the Commanding Officer White, T. (B.M. 1c) was released his term of confinement having expired.

Thomas White (BosM 1c) -


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5 August 1908


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6 August 1908


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6 August 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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7 August 1908


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7 August 1908


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7 August 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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8 August 1908

Field day. Liberty party returned by 7:00.

USS Villalobos - At 7:00, the U.S.S. Villalobos got underway and stood down the river. At 7:55, the Japanese Gun-boat Sumida got underway and stood down the river.

Japanese Gunboat Sumida - At 7:00, the U.S.S. Villalobos got underway and stood down the river. At 7:55, the Japanese Gun-boat Sumida got underway and stood down the river.

HMS Clio - Commanding Officer of H.M.S. Clio called officially.

SMS Jaguar - The Commanding Officer visited the S.M.S. Jaguar officially.

Made preparations to "Full Dress" ship.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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9 August 1908

At 8:00, "Full dressed ship" British Ensign at the main truck in honor of the Coronation of His Majest Edward VII and Queen Alexandra of England.

T. J. McGuire (OS) - Absentees, McGuire, T. J. (O.S.), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M. 1C), McDevitt, J. (C.P.)

W. J. Cassidy (MachM 1c) - Absentees, McGuire, T. J. (O.S.), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M. 1C), McDevitt, J. (C.P.)

J. D. McDevitt (CP) - Absentees, McGuire, T. J. (O.S.), Cassidy, W.J. (M.M. 1C), McDevitt, J. (C.P.)

HMS Clio - At 11:05 Commanding Officer of H.B.M.S. Clio called officially.

At 2:05 a Chinese Cruiser stood up the river.


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off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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10 August 1908

J. D. McDevitt (CP) - McDevitt, J. (C.P.), returned on board 18 hours overleave.

USS Callao - U.S.S. Callao got underway at 6:55 and stood up the river.

HMS Clio - At 10:55, H.M.S. Clio stood out of river flying "homeward bound pennant".


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off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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11 August 1908

J. D. McDevitt (CP) - The following punishments were awarded by the Commanding Officer: McDevitt, J. (C.P.) 18 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; McGuire, T. J. (O.S.) 43 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; Cassidy, W. J. (M.M. 1c) 40 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; Lewis, J. (F 2c) 1 hour overleave - to lose one liberty.

T. J. McGuire (OS) - The following punishments were awarded by the Commanding Officer: McDevitt, J. (C.P.) 18 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; McGuire, T. J. (O.S.) 43 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; Cassidy, W. J. (M.M. 1c) 40 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; Lewis, J. (F 2c) 1 hour overleave - to lose one liberty.

W. J. Cassidy (MachM 1c) - The following punishments were awarded by the Commanding Officer: McDevitt, J. (C.P.) 18 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; McGuire, T. J. (O.S.) 43 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; Cassidy, W. J. (M.M. 1c) 40 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; Lewis, J. (F 2c) 1 hour overleave - to lose one liberty.

J. Lewis (Fire 2c) - The following punishments were awarded by the Commanding Officer: McDevitt, J. (C.P.) 18 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; McGuire, T. J. (O.S.) 43 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; Cassidy, W. J. (M.M. 1c) 40 hours overleave - 30 days restriction and 2 months 4 class; Lewis, J. (F 2c) 1 hour overleave - to lose one liberty.

At 11:55, a Chinese Cruiser stood down the river.

HMS Flora - At 2:25 the H.M.S. Flora stood up the river and moored.

Sent liberty party ashore.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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12 August 1908

Liberty party returned by 700.

Rear Admiral C. P. Sah ICN - Commanding Officer visited H.M.S. Flora and Rear Admiral C. P. Sah, I.C.N. Comd'r in Chief Puyang and Nanyang Divisions.

HMS Flora - Commanding Officer visited H.M.S. Flora and Rear Admiral C. P. Sah, I.C.N. Comd'r in Chief Puyang and Nanyang Divisions.

Lt. Ralph Earle USN - A Board of survey, Lt. Ralph Earle, U.S.N. senior member met at 1:15 to survey articles in Equipment Navigation and Ordnance Departments. At 1:34, Board of survey adjourned.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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13 August 1908

HMS Flora - The Commander-in-Chief of the Puyang and Nanyang divisions of the Imperial Chinese Navy and the Commanding Officer of H.M.S. Flora visited the ship officially.

USS Galveston - Lowered life boat and with steamer endeavored to pick up a man lost overboard from the U.S.S. Galveston.

A Chinese Cruiser anchored down stream.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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14 August 1908

Ensign John H. Newton USN - Ensign J. H. Newton, U.S.N., was this day detached and proceeded to Manila by order of the 3d Squadron Commander U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Committe of Ward-room officers returned the call of the Ward-room officers of U.S.S. Galveston.

Sent liberty party ashore.

Exercised 6" gun pointers at dotter practice.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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15 August 1908

Sent liberty party ashore.

HIJMS Tsushima - At 3:00, H.I.J.M.S. Tsuhima came in and anchored; underway later to shift berth to near H.I.J.M.S. Miitaka.

HIJMS Miitaka - At 3:00, H.I.J.M.S. Tsuhima came in and anchored; underway later to shift berth to near H.I.J.M.S. Miitaka.

Sent boarding officer to H.I.J.M.S. Tsuhima which call was returned.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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16 August 1908

Liberty party returned.

HIJMS Tsushima - The Commanding Officer of H.I.J.M.S. Tsuhima visited the ship officially.

USS Chattanooga - At 5:20, the U.S.S. Chattanooga stood in and moored.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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17 August 1908

USS Chattanooga - Commanding Officer of Chattanooga called officially on Commanding Officer at 9:30.

HIJMS Tsushima - At 2:00, Commanding Officer called officially on H.I.J.M.S. Tsushima.

Both chains secured. Lit fires in boiler "C" at 10:30. Steam on steam steering gear at 8:30. Helm hard a starboard during watch. Riding to port anchor, once cross in hawse.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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18 August 1908

Riding to starboard chain, clear hawse.

At 8:00, full dressed ship in honor of the birthday of the Emperor of Austria.

At 10:55, hauled down the dressing lines leaving only the masthead flags up owing to the stress of weather. The following typhoon signals were hoisted during the watch - 416 (S.E. of Wen Chow) dir. North - 422 (Coast of Chekiang) dir North - S.E. E. (Force of wind at Gutzlaff - 5 - dir. S.E.)

Typhoon signal changed to 426 (South of Shanghai) dir. North. Hawse clear.

Sent liberty party ashore. Typhoon signal changed to 435 (West of Shanghai) dir. North.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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19 August 1908

Liberty party returned.

Typhoon signal - Yangtse valley - direction North West.

The Consul Gerneral of Austria officially called on the Commanding Officer.

"Cross in hawse"

Clear hawse.

USS Rainbow - At 5:57 exchanged number with U.S.S. Rainbow, Flagship and hauled down Senior Officer's pennant. The U.S.S. Rainbow accompanied by the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Cleveland stood into the harbor and took berths assigned. The Commanding Officer left the ship and called officially upon the Third Squadron Commander U.S. Pacific. Fleet.

USS Denver - At 5:57 exchanged number with U.S.S. Rainbow, Flagship and hauled down Senior Officer's pennant. The U.S.S. Rainbow accompanied by the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Cleveland stood into the harbor and took berths assigned. The Commanding Officer left the ship and called officially upon the Third Squadron Commander U.S. Pacific. Fleet.

USS Cleveland - At 5:57 exchanged number with U.S.S. Rainbow, Flagship and hauled down Senior Officer's pennant. The U.S.S. Rainbow accompanied by the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Cleveland stood into the harbor and took berths assigned. The Commanding Officer left the ship and called officially upon the Third Squadron Commander U.S. Pacific. Fleet.

Ensign S. L. H. Hazard USN - Ensign S.L.H. Hazard, U.S.N., was this day detached and reported for duty upon the U.S.S. Denver.


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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20 August 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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21 August 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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22 August 1908


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off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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23 August 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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24 August 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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25 August 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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26 August 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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27 August 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.2, Long 121.5


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28 August 1908


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moored off shanghai china

Lat 31.02, Long 122.33


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29 August 1908


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29 August 1908


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at sea enroute to chingwangtao china

Lat 33.28, Long 122.78


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30 August 1908


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at sea enroute to chinwangtao china

Lat 36.60, Long 122.95


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31 August 1908


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31 August 1908



LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1908


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at sea enroute to and at chinwangtao china

Lat 39.17, Long 120.42


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1 September 1908


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at anchor off chinwangtao china

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2 September 1908


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anchored of chinwangtao china

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3 September 1908


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anchored of chinwangtao china

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4 September 1908


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4 September 1908


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at anchor off chinwangtao china

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5 September 1908

coal: 264 tons -


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at anchor off chinwangtao china

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6 September 1908


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at anchor off chinwangtao china

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7 September 1908


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at anchor off chinwangtao china

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8 September 1908


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at sea enroute to port arthur manchuria

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6


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9 September 1908


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at anchor off port arthur manchuria

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6


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10 September 1908


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enroute to chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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11 September 1908


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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12 September 1908

coal: 66 tons -


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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13 September 1908


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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14 September 1908


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14 September 1908


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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15 September 1908


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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16 September 1908


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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17 September 1908


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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18 September 1908


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18 September 1908


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at anchor off chefoo china

Lat 37.5, Long 121.4


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19 September 1908


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at sea enroute to nagasaki japan

Lat 36.40, Long 123.15


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20 September 1908


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at sea enroute to nagasaki japan

Lat 33.50, Long 125.32


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21 September 1908


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at sea enroute to and moored off nagasaki japan

Lat 32.62, Long 129.28


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22 September 1908


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22 September 1908


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moored off nagasaki japan

Lat 32.8, Long 129.9


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23 September 1908

iojima lt

Lat , Long

French Cruiser Alger - At 9:20 Commanding Officer left the ship officially. At 10:50 Commanding Officer returned on board after calling officially on Commanding Officer of the French Cruiser Alger and the Italian cruiser Vesuvio and the American Consul. At 11:15 the hack Chronometer was taken ashore for comparison. At 11:25 an officer representing the Commanding Officer of H. Italian M.S. Vesuvio called officially on the Commanding Offer. At 11:55 he left the ship. at 10:30 G.C.M. on the Galveston adjourned.

Italian cruiser Vesuvio - At 9:20 Commanding Officer left the ship officially. At 10:50 Commanding Officer returned on board after calling officially on Commanding Officer of the French Cruiser Alger and the Italian cruiser Vesuvio and the American Consul. At 11:15 the hack Chronometer was taken ashore for comparison. At 11:25 an officer representing the Commanding Officer of H. Italian M.S. Vesuvio called officially on the Commanding Offer. At 11:55 he left the ship. at 10:30 G.C.M. on the Galveston adjourned.

USS Galveston - At 9:20 Commanding Officer left the ship officially. At 10:50 Commanding Officer returned on board after calling officially on Commanding Officer of the French Cruiser Alger and the Italian cruiser Vesuvio and the American Consul. At 11:15 the hack Chronometer was taken ashore for comparison. At 11:25 an officer representing the Commanding Officer of H. Italian M.S. Vesuvio called officially on the Commanding Offer. At 11:55 he left the ship. at 10:30 G.C.M. on the Galveston adjourned.

E. A. Dunn (OS) - Dunn, E.A. (O.S.), was received on board from Rainbow with bag, hammock and transfer papers.

At 1:35 took off the mooring swivel. Riding to starboard chain with a cross in the hawse. At 3:05 the Commanding Officer of the French Cruiser Alger called officially upon the Commanding Officer. Made preparations for getting underway.

USS Denver - At 4:00 hove up port anchor and hove in starboard chain to 30 fathoms. Finished preparations for getting underway. Squadron got underway at 4:45 - and stood out at half speed, except the Denver delayed by straggler and the Galveston's anchor engine broken down. Steaming in column at half speed, on various courses, following the flagship, in formation; Rainbow, Chattanooga and Concord, distance 400 yards;

USS Rainbow - At 4:00 hove up port anchor and hove in starboard chain to 30 fathoms. Finished preparations for getting underway. Squadron got underway at 4:45 - and stood out at half speed, except the Denver delayed by straggler and the Galveston's anchor engine broken down. Steaming in column at half speed, on various courses, following the flagship, in formation; Rainbow, Chattanooga and Concord, distance 400 yards;

USS Chattanooga - At 4:00 hove up port anchor and hove in starboard chain to 30 fathoms. Finished preparations for getting underway. Squadron got underway at 4:45 - and stood out at half speed, except the Denver delayed by straggler and the Galveston's anchor engine broken down. Steaming in column at half speed, on various courses, following the flagship, in formation; Rainbow, Chattanooga and Concord, distance 400 yards;

At end of watch Denver rejoined formation astern of Concord.

At 5:58 took departure patent log reading 9.8. Io Jima Lt. bearing S63oE (p.s.c.), distance 1.5 miles.

At 6:35 the U.S.S. Galveston stood out of the harbor. At 7:30 went ahead at standard speed.


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at sea enroute to cavite pi

Lat 30.33, Long 127.02


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24 September 1908

Steaming #3 in column open order, on course S.48oW. (p.s.c.), speed 10 1/2 knots.

C. E. Hughes (Sea) - In accordance with sentence of S.C.M. Hughes, C. E. (Sea), was placed in solitary confinement on B & W for 10 days full ration every 3d day.

At 11:50 sighted steamer 2 1/2 points on pport tow, standig to the Eastward. Set clocks back 23 minutes.

USS Rainbow - At 1:08 by signal from flagship, Rainbow and Concord changed positions. Gained position at head of column, at 1:40 and broke guide flag at fore.

Adolph Starr (Chief Mach) - Delivered specifications for S.C.M. to Starr, A. (C.M.M.), for absence from station without being regularly relieved, and Lewis, J. (F. 2.C), for 21 days absence over leave.

J. Lewis (Fire 2c) - Delivered specifications for S.C.M. to Starr, A. (C.M.M.), for absence from station without being regularly relieved, and Lewis, J. (F. 2.C), for 21 days absence over leave.

USS Galveston - At 4:05 went to half speed and formed as follows: Concord, Galveston, Chattanooga and Denver, the Rainbow fell out and Commander Sears manouevered the Squadron until 5:18 when we formed column in the above order.

USS Chattanooga - At 4:05 went to half speed and formed as follows: Concord, Galveston, Chattanooga and Denver, the Rainbow fell out and Commander Sears manouevered the Squadron until 5:18 when we formed column in the above order.

USS Denver - At 4:05 went to half speed and formed as follows: Concord, Galveston, Chattanooga and Denver, the Rainbow fell out and Commander Sears manouevered the Squadron until 5:18 when we formed column in the above order.

J. U. Lytle (Mach 1c) - Delivered specifications for S.C.M. to Lytle, J. U. (M.M. 1C), for 21 days overleave.

Steaming in column open order, Concord leading, Rainbow on right flank out of formation.


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at sea enroute to cavite pi

Lat 27.28, Long 123.78


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25 September 1908

USS Galveston - Steaming in column open order, distance 400 yards, Concord, Galveston, Chattanooga and Denver, with Rainbow on starboard beam, on course S.48oW. (p.s.c.), standard spped 10 1/2 knots - 94 r.p.m. under boilers A, B, & C & D.

USS Chattanooga - Steaming in column open order, distance 400 yards, Concord, Galveston, Chattanooga and Denver, with Rainbow on starboard beam, on course S.48oW. (p.s.c.), standard spped 10 1/2 knots - 94 r.p.m. under boilers A, B, & C & D.

USS Rainbow - Steaming in column open order, distance 400 yards, Concord, Galveston, Chattanooga and Denver, with Rainbow on starboard beam, on course S.48oW. (p.s.c.), standard spped 10 1/2 knots - 94 r.p.m. under boilers A, B, & C & D.

USS Denver - Steaming in column open order, distance 400 yards, Concord, Galveston, Chattanooga and Denver, with Rainbow on starboard beam, on course S.48oW. (p.s.c.), standard spped 10 1/2 knots - 94 r.p.m. under boilers A, B, & C & D.

Lieut David W. Todd USN - At 10:10 S.C.M. of which D. W. Todd, Lt. U.S.N. is senior member met at 10:10 to try cases of Lytle, J. U. (M.M.1.C), Lewis J. (F.2C), for 21 days overleave and Adolph Starr, (C.M.M.), for leaving station without being prperly relieved. S.C.M. took a recess at 11:00.

J. U. Lytle (Mach 1c) - At 10:10 S.C.M. of which D. W. Todd, Lt. U.S.N. is senior member met at 10:10 to try cases of Lytle, J. U. (M.M.1.C), Lewis J. (F.2C), for 21 days overleave and Adolph Starr, (C.M.M.), for leaving station without being prperly relieved. S.C.M. took a recess at 11:00.

J. Lewis (Fire 2c) - At 10:10 S.C.M. of which D. W. Todd, Lt. U.S.N. is senior member met at 10:10 to try cases of Lytle, J. U. (M.M.1.C), Lewis J. (F.2C), for 21 days overleave and Adolph Starr, (C.M.M.), for leaving station without being prperly relieved. S.C.M. took a recess at 11:00.

Adolph Starr (Chief Mach) - At 10:10 S.C.M. of which D. W. Todd, Lt. U.S.N. is senior member met at 10:10 to try cases of Lytle, J. U. (M.M.1.C), Lewis J. (F.2C), for 21 days overleave and Adolph Starr, (C.M.M.), for leaving station without being prperly relieved. S.C.M. took a recess at 11:00.

Clocks set back 15 minutes by signal from flagship 1t 11:30.

At 1:35 S.C.M. met for trial of Adolph Starr, (C.M.M.), U.S. Navy.

At 4:03 S.C.M. adjourned to await the action of the convening authority. Lit fires in "D" boiler at 5:00.

At 9:30 connected boiler "D."


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at sea enroute to cavite pi

Lat 24.18, Long 121.78


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26 September 1908

USS Galveston - Steaming ahead under four boilers, in column open order, this ship guide and leading, Galveston #2, Chattanooga #3, Denver, #4, Rainbow #5, in column, distance 400 yeards, course S.27oW. (mag), S28oW (psc), speed 10-1/2 knots.

USS Denver - Steaming ahead under four boilers, in column open order, this ship guide and leading, Galveston #2, Chattanooga #3, Denver, #4, Rainbow #5, in column, distance 400 yeards, course S.27oW. (mag), S28oW (psc), speed 10-1/2 knots.

USS Chattanooga - Steaming ahead under four boilers, in column open order, this ship guide and leading, Galveston #2, Chattanooga #3, Denver, #4, Rainbow #5, in column, distance 400 yeards, course S.27oW. (mag), S28oW (psc), speed 10-1/2 knots.

USS Rainbow - Steaming ahead under four boilers, in column open order, this ship guide and leading, Galveston #2, Chattanooga #3, Denver, #4, Rainbow #5, in column, distance 400 yeards, course S.27oW. (mag), S28oW (psc), speed 10-1/2 knots.

Strong current about 3 knots against us.

Island of Formosa on starboard beam all the watch. At 1:40 upon signal from flagship manuvered and formed line to the front, guide right.


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at sea enroute to cavite pi

Lat 21.10, Long 120.70


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27 September 1908

nan sha lt

Lat 55.3, Long 10.3

USS Rainbow - Steaming #5 in column open order, Rainbow, Denver, Chattanooga, Galveston and Concord, on course S.28oW. (p.s.c.), speed 10-1/2 knots.

Denver - Steaming #5 in column open order, Rainbow, Denver, Chattanooga, Galveston and Concord, on course S.28oW. (p.s.c.), speed 10-1/2 knots.

USS Chattanooga - Steaming #5 in column open order, Rainbow, Denver, Chattanooga, Galveston and Concord, on course S.28oW. (p.s.c.), speed 10-1/2 knots.

USS Galveston - Steaming #5 in column open order, Rainbow, Denver, Chattanooga, Galveston and Concord, on course S.28oW. (p.s.c.), speed 10-1/2 knots.

At 6:30 Nan Sha Lt. abeam distance 3 1/2 miles. At 7:21 Vele Rete Reef abeam distance from B&B bearing 3.1 miles.

At 11:34 set deck clocks back four (4) minutes.


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at sea enroute to cavite pi

Lat 17.00, Long 119.80


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28 September 1908

rena pt

Lat 52.2, Long 118.1

USS Rainbow - Steaming in column open order, distance 400 yards, on course S.15oW. (p.s.c.) under boilers A, B, C & D, making 10 - 1/2 knots standard speed, in following order: Rainbow, Denver, Chattanooga and Galveston.

At 2:30 Bojeador Lt. abeam, distance about 31 miles.

USS Galveston - Steaming in column open order, distance 400 yards, on course S.15oW. (p.s.c.) under boilers A, B, C & D, making 10 - 1/2 knots standard speed, in following order: Rainbow, Denver, Chattanooga and Galveston.

USS Chattanooga - Steaming in column open order, distance 400 yards, on course S.15oW. (p.s.c.) under boilers A, B, C & D, making 10 - 1/2 knots standard speed, in following order: Rainbow, Denver, Chattanooga and Galveston.

USS Denver - Steaming in column open order, distance 400 yards, on course S.15oW. (p.s.c.) under boilers A, B, C & D, making 10 - 1/2 knots standard speed, in following order: Rainbow, Denver, Chattanooga and Galveston.

At 7:42 wheel ropes jammed, broke break down flag, slowed starboard engine, went ahead again at 7:44.

Set deck clocks back 4 minutes at 11:30.

At 4:54 passed Piedra Pt abeam distant 4.4 miles, patent log reading 17.0.

At 5:40 Passed River Pt. abeam distance 21 miles, patent log reading 25.8.

At 7:39 Hermana Mayor Lt. abeam, patent log 48.2, distance 6.3 miles.


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at sea enroute to and at anchor off cavite pi

Lat 12.8, Long 45.0


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29 September 1908

I. P. Albring (CP) - Transferred to the U.S.Naval Hospital at Canacao, P.I. the following named men with bags,hammocks and necessary transfer papers: Albring, I.P. (CP), Schuster,C. (CP) ,Martin,W.A. (Cox.)

C. Schuster (CP) - Transferred to the U.S.Naval Hospital at Canacao, P.I. the following named men with bags,hammocks and necessary transfer papers: Albring, I.P. (CP), Schuster,C. (CP) ,Martin,W.A. (Cox.)

W. A. Martin (Cox) - Transferred to the U.S.Naval Hospital at Canacao, P.I. the following named men with bags,hammocks and necessary transfer papers: Albring, I.P. (CP), Schuster,C. (CP) ,Martin,W.A. (Cox.)

F. A. Kennedy (CP) - By order of Commanding Officer the following change in rating was made:Kennedy,F.A.(CP) to F.2C.


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at sea enroute to and at anchor off cavite pi

Lat 12.8, Long 45.0


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29 September 1908

capones lt

Lat 36.9, Long 7.2

USS Rainbow - Steaming ahead under four boilers, A, B, C & D, in column open order on course South (mag.), distance 400 yards, speed 10 - 1/2 knots. Order of ships: Rainbow flagship, Denver, Chattanooga, Galveston, Concord.

USS Galveston - Steaming ahead under four boilers, A, B, C & D, in column open order on course South (mag.), distance 400 yards, speed 10 - 1/2 knots. Order of ships: Rainbow flagship, Denver, Chattanooga, Galveston, Concord.

USS Chattanooga - Steaming ahead under four boilers, A, B, C & D, in column open order on course South (mag.), distance 400 yards, speed 10 - 1/2 knots. Order of ships: Rainbow flagship, Denver, Chattanooga, Galveston, Concord.

USS Denver - Steaming ahead under four boilers, A, B, C & D, in column open order on course South (mag.), distance 400 yards, speed 10 - 1/2 knots. Order of ships: Rainbow flagship, Denver, Chattanooga, Galveston, Concord.

At 12:13 Capones Lt. abeam, changed course to S.51oE. (mag.), patent log reading 2.6, distance 18.7 miles.

At 7:34 San Nicolas shoals Lt. abeam, patent log reading 85.7, distance 2.3 miles.

USS Yankton - At 7:40 passed U.S.S. Yankton standing out.

At end of watch, standing into harbor in column, on course N66oE. (p.s.c.), speed 10 - 1/2 knots.

At 8:42 U.S.S. Rainbow moored to buoy. At 8:44 U.S.S. Denver anchored. At 8:47 U.S.S. Galveston anchored. At 8:54 Chattanooga anchored. At 8:58 U.S.S. Concord anchored on berth No. 5.

At 10:50 the Commanding Officer called upon the Admiral.

USS Cleveland - At 9:36 U.S.S. Cleveland shifted berth.

At 11:10 the Commanding Officer returned on board. Rigged out all boats and hoisted same at harbor davits. Sent side cleaners over the side. Aired bunting. Allowed fires to die out in B, C & D boilers and secured main engines. The Paymaster went ashore on duty.

USS General Alava - At 12:35 General Alava stood in and anchored. At 2 o'clock U.S.S. Chauncey, Bainbridge, Decautur and Dale shifted anhorage and anchored at 2:24 on line of bearing West 400 yds. South of this ship. At 2:30 Wampatuck stood in.

USS Decatur - At 12:35 General Alava stood in and anchored. At 2 o'clock U.S.S. Chauncey, Bainbridge, Decautur and Dale shifted anhorage and anchored at 2:24 on line of bearing West 400 yds. South of this ship. At 2:30 Wampatuck stood in.

USS Dale - At 12:35 General Alava stood in and anchored. At 2 o'clock U.S.S. Chauncey, Bainbridge, Decautur and Dale shifted anhorage and anchored at 2:24 on line of bearing West 400 yds. South of this ship. At 2:30 Wampatuck stood in.

USS Bainbridge - At 12:35 General Alava stood in and anchored. At 2 o'clock U.S.S. Chauncey, Bainbridge, Decautur and Dale shifted anhorage and anchored at 2:24 on line of bearing West 400 yds. South of this ship. At 2:30 Wampatuck stood in.

USS Chauncey - At 12:35 General Alava stood in and anchored. At 2 o'clock U.S.S. Chauncey, Bainbridge, Decautur and Dale shifted anhorage and anchored at 2:24 on line of bearing West 400 yds. South of this ship. At 2:30 Wampatuck stood in.

USS Wampatuck - At 12:35 General Alava stood in and anchored. At 2 o'clock U.S.S. Chauncey, Bainbridge, Decautur and Dale shifted anhorage and anchored at 2:24 on line of bearing West 400 yds. South of this ship. At 2:30 Wampatuck stood in.

USS Helena - At 4:05 Wampatuck got underway. At 4:23 U.S.S. Helena stood in and fired a salute of 13 guns which was answered by a 7 gun salute from the Rainbow. At 4:50 U.S.S. Helena anchored bearing East distance 800 yards from Concord.

Crew went in swimming.

USS Yankton - At 9:40 U.S.S. Yankton stood in and anchored North of this ship at 9:55.


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at anchor off cavite pi

Lat , Long


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30 September 1908

Field day.

USS Pahther - The U.S.S. Panther stood in and anchored at 7:30.

USS Wilmington - At 8:15 the U.S.S. Panther anchored. At 9:15 the U.S.S. Wilmington stood in and fired a salute of 13 guns which was retuned by a salute of seven guns from the U.S.S. Rainbow flagship. At 9:25 the U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood out.

USS Rainbow - At 8:15 the U.S.S. Panther anchored. At 9:15 the U.S.S. Wilmington stood in and fired a salute of 13 guns which was retuned by a salute of seven guns from the U.S.S. Rainbow flagship. At 9:25 the U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood out.

USS General Alava - At 8:15 the U.S.S. Panther anchored. At 9:15 the U.S.S. Wilmington stood in and fired a salute of 13 guns which was retuned by a salute of seven guns from the U.S.S. Rainbow flagship. At 9:25 the U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood out.

The Commandant of the Naval Station Cavite P.I. called officially on the Commanding Officer. At 9:50 the U.S.S. Wilmington anchored 400 yards inshore of this ship bearing East (mag).

At 2:04 the U.S. First Torpedo Boat Flotilla shifted berth.

J. S. Bryan (Chief Yeo.) - Transferred J.S. Bryan, (C. Yeo.), with bag and necessary papers to the U.S. Naval Hospital at Canacao, P.I.

USS Chattanooga - At 4:50 the U.S.S. Chattanooga got underway and secured alongside the coal chutes at Sangley Point.



LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1908


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1 October 1908

Made preparations for coaling. Made preparations for getting underway.

USS Decatur - At 8:12 the Decatur got underway. At 9:10, Galveston and Cleveland fired one gun and broke jack at yard arm. At 10:20 Decatur stood in and anchored. At 11:05 Chattanooga shoved off from coal dock and anchored at 11:40. At 11:25 got underway under two boilers and stood towards coal dock. Got starboard anchor on bill board ready for letting to. At 11:26 Glacier stood in and anchored at 11:55. At 11:30 Cleveland hauled down jack.

USS Galveston - At 8:12 the Decatur got underway. At 9:10, Galveston and Cleveland fired one gun and broke jack at yard arm. At 10:20 Decatur stood in and anchored. At 11:05 Chattanooga shoved off from coal dock and anchored at 11:40. At 11:25 got underway under two boilers and stood towards coal dock. Got starboard anchor on bill board ready for letting to. At 11:26 Glacier stood in and anchored at 11:55. At 11:30 Cleveland hauled down jack.

USS Cleveland - At 8:12 the Decatur got underway. At 9:10, Galveston and Cleveland fired one gun and broke jack at yard arm. At 10:20 Decatur stood in and anchored. At 11:05 Chattanooga shoved off from coal dock and anchored at 11:40. At 11:25 got underway under two boilers and stood towards coal dock. Got starboard anchor on bill board ready for letting to. At 11:26 Glacier stood in and anchored at 11:55. At 11:30 Cleveland hauled down jack.

USS Chattanooga - At 8:12 the Decatur got underway. At 9:10, Galveston and Cleveland fired one gun and broke jack at yard arm. At 10:20 Decatur stood in and anchored. At 11:05 Chattanooga shoved off from coal dock and anchored at 11:40. At 11:25 got underway under two boilers and stood towards coal dock. Got starboard anchor on bill board ready for letting to. At 11:26 Glacier stood in and anchored at 11:55. At 11:30 Cleveland hauled down jack.

USS Glacier - At 8:12 the Decatur got underway. At 9:10, Galveston and Cleveland fired one gun and broke jack at yard arm. At 10:20 Decatur stood in and anchored. At 11:05 Chattanooga shoved off from coal dock and anchored at 11:40. At 11:25 got underway under two boilers and stood towards coal dock. Got starboard anchor on bill board ready for letting to. At 11:26 Glacier stood in and anchored at 11:55. At 11:30 Cleveland hauled down jack.

George Monroe Stevenson (Sea) - Following changes in rating made by Commanding Officer: Stevenson, G. M. (Sea) to G. M. 3c., Johnson, A. (Sea) to Elec.3c., Parberry, L. H. (Elec. 3c) to (Elec. 2C.).

L. H. Parberry (Elec 3c) - Following changes in rating made by Commanding Officer: Stevenson, G. M. (Sea) to G. M. 3c., Johnson, A. (Sea) to Elec.3c., Parberry, L. H. (Elec. 3c) to (Elec. 2C.).

A. Johnson (Sea) - Following changes in rating made by Commanding Officer: Stevenson, G. M. (Sea) to G. M. 3c., Johnson, A. (Sea) to Elec.3c., Parberry, L. H. (Elec. 3c) to (Elec. 2C.).

At end of watch steaming under two boilers, standing towards coal dock, Commanding Officer conning.

coal: 100 tons - 12:15 started coaling ship, dock force coaling. Coal taken on board, 12:15 to 1:00, 27 tons, 1:00 to 2:00, 51 tons, 2:00 to 2:50 22 tons, total 100 tons. Finished coaling at 2:50.

At 12:10 moored alongside of Cavite Coal dock.

USS General Alava - At 3:00 got underway and stood towards anchorage. At 1:00 General Alava stood in and anchred. At 1:10 Dale got underway. At 2:30 Yankton got underway and stood out. At 3:15 Wilmington got underway. At 3:22 anchored in 3 1/2 fathoms of water, muddy bottom, with 30 fathoms of starboard chain in following bearings: Sanley Pt. Lt N60oW., Navy Yard Water Tower S58oW. P.S.C. At 3:30 Wilmington moored to coal dock. At 3:30 secured engines and let fire die out in boiler B.

USS Dale - At 3:00 got underway and stood towards anchorage. At 1:00 General Alava stood in and anchred. At 1:10 Dale got underway. At 2:30 Yankton got underway and stood out. At 3:15 Wilmington got underway. At 3:22 anchored in 3 1/2 fathoms of water, muddy bottom, with 30 fathoms of starboard chain in following bearings: Sanley Pt. Lt N60oW., Navy Yard Water Tower S58oW. P.S.C. At 3:30 Wilmington moored to coal dock. At 3:30 secured engines and let fire die out in boiler B.

USS Yankton - At 3:00 got underway and stood towards anchorage. At 1:00 General Alava stood in and anchred. At 1:10 Dale got underway. At 2:30 Yankton got underway and stood out. At 3:15 Wilmington got underway. At 3:22 anchored in 3 1/2 fathoms of water, muddy bottom, with 30 fathoms of starboard chain in following bearings: Sanley Pt. Lt N60oW., Navy Yard Water Tower S58oW. P.S.C. At 3:30 Wilmington moored to coal dock. At 3:30 secured engines and let fire die out in boiler B.

USS Wilmington - At 3:00 got underway and stood towards anchorage. At 1:00 General Alava stood in and anchred. At 1:10 Dale got underway. At 2:30 Yankton got underway and stood out. At 3:15 Wilmington got underway. At 3:22 anchored in 3 1/2 fathoms of water, muddy bottom, with 30 fathoms of starboard chain in following bearings: Sanley Pt. Lt N60oW., Navy Yard Water Tower S58oW. P.S.C. At 3:30 Wilmington moored to coal dock. At 3:30 secured engines and let fire die out in boiler B.

USS Wampatuck - At 4:52 Dale stood in and anchored. At 5:52 Wampatuck stood in and anchored.

William F. Fletcher (Fire 1c) - Fletcher, W.F. (F 1c), & Kennedy, F.A. (F. 2c), were this day transferred to Wampatuck with bags, hammocks and transfer papers.

Propeller of steam launch lost.

F. A. Kennedy (Fire 2c) - Fletcher, W.F. (F 1c), & Kennedy, F.A. (F. 2c), were this day transferred to Wampatuck with bags, hammocks and transfer papers.


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2 October 1908

Refitting new propeller to steam launch.

USS Piscataqua - At 5:25 Piscataqua stood out. At 7:15 Wilmington left coal dock.

USS Wilmington - At 5:25 Piscataqua stood out. At 7:15 Wilmington left coal dock.

USS Panther - At 8:45 the U.S.S. Panther got underway and went alongside the coal dock. At 8:50 the U.S.S. Wilmington anchored. At 9:10 Wampatuck stood out. At 9:15 the Piscataqua stood in. At 9:16 G.C.M. met on board the Cleveland. At 10:00 G.C.M. met on board Galveston. At 11:15 Glacier got underway.

USS Wampatuck - At 8:45 the U.S.S. Panther got underway and went alongside the coal dock. At 8:50 the U.S.S. Wilmington anchored. At 9:10 Wampatuck stood out. At 9:15 the Piscataqua stood in. At 9:16 G.C.M. met on board the Cleveland. At 10:00 G.C.M. met on board Galveston. At 11:15 Glacier got underway.

USS Cleveland - At 8:45 the U.S.S. Panther got underway and went alongside the coal dock. At 8:50 the U.S.S. Wilmington anchored. At 9:10 Wampatuck stood out. At 9:15 the Piscataqua stood in. At 9:16 G.C.M. met on board the Cleveland. At 10:00 G.C.M. met on board Galveston. At 11:15 Glacier got underway.

USS Glacier - At 8:45 the U.S.S. Panther got underway and went alongside the coal dock. At 8:50 the U.S.S. Wilmington anchored. At 9:10 Wampatuck stood out. At 9:15 the Piscataqua stood in. At 9:16 G.C.M. met on board the Cleveland. At 10:00 G.C.M. met on board Galveston. At 11:15 Glacier got underway.

USS Galveston - At 8:45 the U.S.S. Panther got underway and went alongside the coal dock. At 8:50 the U.S.S. Wilmington anchored. At 9:10 Wampatuck stood out. At 9:15 the Piscataqua stood in. At 9:16 G.C.M. met on board the Cleveland. At 10:00 G.C.M. met on board Galveston. At 11:15 Glacier got underway.

E. F. Luekes (Yeo 3c) - By order of Commanding Officer the following punishments were awarded: Luekes, E. F. (Y.3C.), leaving station without being regularly relieved - 2nd class, Zahler, P A. (O.S.) neglect of duty - 3rd class, Lee, E. (O.S.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Duncombe, C. G. (Y 3c.), belt in lucky bag - 1st class. Kester, J.L. (C.P.) & Crow, C.F. (C.P.), leaving canteens get astray - excused.

P. A. Zahler (OS) - By order of Commanding Officer the following punishments were awarded: Luekes, E. F. (Y.3C.), leaving station without being regularly relieved - 2nd class, Zahler, P A. (O.S.) neglect of duty - 3rd class, Lee, E. (O.S.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Duncombe, C. G. (Y 3c.), belt in lucky bag - 1st class. Kester, J.L. (C.P.) & Crow, C.F. (C.P.), leaving canteens get astray - excused.

A. F. Stewart (CP) - By order of Commanding Officer the following punishments were awarded: Luekes, E. F. (Y.3C.), leaving station without being regularly relieved - 2nd class, Zahler, P A. (O.S.) neglect of duty - 3rd class, Lee, E. (O.S.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Duncombe, C. G. (Y 3c.), belt in lucky bag - 1st class. Kester, J.L. (C.P.) & Crow, C.F. (C.P.), leaving canteens get astray - excused.

E. Lee (OS) - By order of Commanding Officer the following punishments were awarded: Luekes, E. F. (Y.3C.), leaving station without being regularly relieved - 2nd class, Zahler, P A. (O.S.) neglect of duty - 3rd class, Lee, E. (O.S.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Duncombe, C. G. (Y 3c.), belt in lucky bag - 1st class. Kester, J.L. (C.P.) & Crow, C.F. (C.P.), leaving canteens get astray - excused.

C. G. Duncombe (Yeo 3c) - By order of Commanding Officer the following punishments were awarded: Luekes, E. F. (Y.3C.), leaving station without being regularly relieved - 2nd class, Zahler, P A. (O.S.) neglect of duty - 3rd class, Lee, E. (O.S.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Duncombe, C. G. (Y 3c.), belt in lucky bag - 1st class. Kester, J.L. (C.P.) & Crow, C.F. (C.P.), leaving canteens get astray - excused.

J. L. Kester (CP) - By order of Commanding Officer the following punishments were awarded: Luekes, E. F. (Y.3C.), leaving station without being regularly relieved - 2nd class, Zahler, P A. (O.S.) neglect of duty - 3rd class, Lee, E. (O.S.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Duncombe, C. G. (Y 3c.), belt in lucky bag - 1st class. Kester, J.L. (C.P.) & Crow, C.F. (C.P.), leaving canteens get astray - excused.

C. F. Crow (CP) - By order of Commanding Officer the following punishments were awarded: Luekes, E. F. (Y.3C.), leaving station without being regularly relieved - 2nd class, Zahler, P A. (O.S.) neglect of duty - 3rd class, Lee, E. (O.S.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), having another man's clothes in possession - S.C.M. Duncombe, C. G. (Y 3c.), belt in lucky bag - 1st class. Kester, J.L. (C.P.) & Crow, C.F. (C.P.), leaving canteens get astray - excused.

US Navy Collier Caesar - At 1:05 the U.S.S. Torpedo Flotilla got underway and anchored in fleet formation. At 1:30 the U.S.S. Caesar got underway. At 1:31 the U.S.S. Rainbow flagship hoisted the Junior Rear Admiral's flag. At 1:30 sighted the U.S. Atlantic Fleet standing in. At 2:05 the U.S.S. Rainbow fired a 13 gun salute which was returned by 13 guns from the U.S.S. Connecticut flagship. At 2:45 the First fleet First Squadron anchored. The U.S.S. Caesar, U.S.S. Glacier and U.S.S. General Alava got up anchor and proceeded to Manila. At 3:00 the First fleet 2nd Squadron anchored. At 3:00 the Commander of the 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific fleet left the flagship officially. At 3:00 U.S.S. Pomp

USS Rainbow - At 1:05 the U.S.S. Torpedo Flotilla got underway and anchored in fleet formation. At 1:30 the U.S.S. Caesar got underway. At 1:31 the U.S.S. Rainbow flagship hoisted the Junior Rear Admiral's flag. At 1:30 sighted the U.S. Atlantic Fleet standing in. At 2:05 the U.S.S. Rainbow fired a 13 gun salute which was returned by 13 guns from the U.S.S. Connecticut flagship. At 2:45 the First fleet First Squadron anchored. The U.S.S. Caesar, U.S.S. Glacier and U.S.S. General Alava got up anchor and proceeded to Manila. At 3:00 the First fleet 2nd Squadron anchored. At 3:00 the Commander of the 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific fleet left the flagship officially. At 3:00 U.S.S. Pomp

USS Connecticut - At 1:05 the U.S.S. Torpedo Flotilla got underway and anchored in fleet formation. At 1:30 the U.S.S. Caesar got underway. At 1:31 the U.S.S. Rainbow flagship hoisted the Junior Rear Admiral's flag. At 1:30 sighted the U.S. Atlantic Fleet standing in. At 2:05 the U.S.S. Rainbow fired a 13 gun salute which was returned by 13 guns from the U.S.S. Connecticut flagship. At 2:45 the First fleet First Squadron anchored. The U.S.S. Caesar, U.S.S. Glacier and U.S.S. General Alava got up anchor and proceeded to Manila. At 3:00 the First fleet 2nd Squadron anchored. At 3:00 the Commander of the 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific fleet left the flagship officially. At 3:00 U.S.S. Pomp

USS Glacier - At 1:05 the U.S.S. Torpedo Flotilla got underway and anchored in fleet formation. At 1:30 the U.S.S. Caesar got underway. At 1:31 the U.S.S. Rainbow flagship hoisted the Junior Rear Admiral's flag. At 1:30 sighted the U.S. Atlantic Fleet standing in. At 2:05 the U.S.S. Rainbow fired a 13 gun salute which was returned by 13 guns from the U.S.S. Connecticut flagship. At 2:45 the First fleet First Squadron anchored. The U.S.S. Caesar, U.S.S. Glacier and U.S.S. General Alava got up anchor and proceeded to Manila. At 3:00 the First fleet 2nd Squadron anchored. At 3:00 the Commander of the 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific fleet left the flagship officially. At 3:00 U.S.S. Pomp

USS General Alava - At 1:05 the U.S.S. Torpedo Flotilla got underway and anchored in fleet formation. At 1:30 the U.S.S. Caesar got underway. At 1:31 the U.S.S. Rainbow flagship hoisted the Junior Rear Admiral's flag. At 1:30 sighted the U.S. Atlantic Fleet standing in. At 2:05 the U.S.S. Rainbow fired a 13 gun salute which was returned by 13 guns from the U.S.S. Connecticut flagship. At 2:45 the First fleet First Squadron anchored. The U.S.S. Caesar, U.S.S. Glacier and U.S.S. General Alava got up anchor and proceeded to Manila. At 3:00 the First fleet 2nd Squadron anchored. At 3:00 the Commander of the 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific fleet left the flagship officially. At 3:00 U.S.S. Pomp

US Navy Collier Pompey - At 1:05 the U.S.S. Torpedo Flotilla got underway and anchored in fleet formation. At 1:30 the U.S.S. Caesar got underway. At 1:31 the U.S.S. Rainbow flagship hoisted the Junior Rear Admiral's flag. At 1:30 sighted the U.S. Atlantic Fleet standing in. At 2:05 the U.S.S. Rainbow fired a 13 gun salute which was returned by 13 guns from the U.S.S. Connecticut flagship. At 2:45 the First fleet First Squadron anchored. The U.S.S. Caesar, U.S.S. Glacier and U.S.S. General Alava got up anchor and proceeded to Manila. At 3:00 the First fleet 2nd Squadron anchored. At 3:00 the Commander of the 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific fleet left the flagship officially. At 3:00 U.S.S. Pompey anchored.

A. F. Hall (Fire 1c) - Hall, A. F. (F. 1C), was this day honorably dischaged from this ship and the U.S. Naval Service by reason of expiration of enlistment.

J. A. Johnson (Cox) - By order of Commanding Officer the following changes in rating were made to date from October 1st: Johnson, J.A. (Cox) to S.M.M., Ducker, T. (Q.M. 3C) to Q. M. 2C.

T. Ducker (QM 3c) - By order of Commanding Officer the following changes in rating were made to date from October 1st: Johnson, J.A. (Cox) to S.M.M., Ducker, T. (Q.M. 3C) to Q. M. 2C.


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3 October 1908

USS Cleveland - At 9:00 sent G.C.M. witness to the U.S.S. Cleveland. At 9:10 the U.S.S. Cleveland fired a gun and broke the "Jack" at the fore mast. At 10:05 the U.S.S. Panther left the coal dock and anchored.

USS Panther - At 9:00 sent G.C.M. witness to the U.S.S. Cleveland. At 9:10 the U.S.S. Cleveland fired a gun and broke the "Jack" at the fore mast. At 10:05 the U.S.S. Panther left the coal dock and anchored.

US Navy Collier Nanshan - At 11:20 the U.S.S. Nanshan got underway and shifted berth. At 10:39 the U.S.S. General Alava got underway and anchored.

USS General Alava - At 11:20 the U.S.S. Nanshan got underway and shifted berth. At 10:39 the U.S.S. General Alava got underway and anchored.

A. F. Hall (Fire 1c) - Hall, A. F. (Fire 1c), re-enlisted on this date.

USAT Beanford - At 12:05 the U.S.A.T. Beanford stood into Manila harbor. At 12:25 the U.S.S. Caesar anchored. At 3:15 the U.S.F.T.B. Flotilla shifted berths.

US Navy Collier Caesar - At 12:05 the U.S.A.T. Beanford stood into Manila harbor. At 12:25 the U.S.S. Caesar anchored. At 3:15 the U.S.F.T.B. Flotilla shifted berths.


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4 October 1908

At 4:00 lit fires in boiler "C".

At 10:00 connected up boiler "C." Lit fires in boiler "D" at 11:00. Made preparations for rough weather.

A. F. Hall (Fire 1c) - Hall, A. F. (F 1c.), was this day rated Water Tender.

C. E. Hughes (Sea) - By order of Commanding Officer, Hughes, C. E. (Sea), his period of confinement having expired, was released from confinement and restored to duty. Carroll, D. (C.M.A.A.), was this day received from Rainbow with bag, hammock and transfer papers, under guard, and by order of Commanding Officer was made a prisoner at large.

D. Carroll (Chief MAA) - By order of Commanding Officer, Hughes, C. E. (Sea), his period of confinement having expired, was released from confinement and restored to duty. Carroll, D. (C.M.A.A.), was this day received from Rainbow with bag, hammock and transfer papers, under guard, and by order of Commanding Officer was made a prisoner at large.

Let fires die out in boiler "A" at 10:00.

Sent liberty party ashore.

Typhoon signal #5 hoisted at signal station Cavite, of typhoon passing or will pass a short distance to Northward. Boiler "A" disconnected. Connected up boiler "D" at 2:30. Steam on steering engine at 1:00. At 2:00 Helena dragged to a position astern of Cleveland. At 2:30 veered starboard chain to 70 fathoms and let go port anchor, 15 fathoms of chain. At 2:00 three colliers stood from Manila and anchored. Ships of First fleet shifted berths at 3:00.

USS Helena -

USS Cleveland - At 5:30 Rainbow left buoy and anchored at 6:10. Piscataqua and Wompatuck shifted berths.

USS Rainbow - At 5:30 Rainbow left buoy and anchored at 6:10. Piscataqua and Wompatuck shifted berths.

US Naval Tug Wompatuck - At 5:30 Rainbow left buoy and anchored at 6:10. Piscataqua and Wompatuck shifted berths.

US Naval Tug Piscataqua - At 5:30 Rainbow left buoy and anchored at 6:10. Piscataqua and Wompatuck shifted berths.

At 9:00 hove up port anchor and hove in starboard chain to 30 fathoms.


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5 October 1908

USS Helena - At 6:00 got port anchor on bill board. At 5:50 Helena got underway and went alongside coal dock. At 6:00 Connecticut shifted berth. At 6:55 Piscataqua shifted berth.

US Naval Tug Piscataqua - At 6:00 got port anchor on bill board. At 5:50 Helena got underway and went alongside coal dock. At 6:00 Connecticut shifted berth. At 6:55 Piscataqua shifted berth.

USS Connecticut - At 6:00 got port anchor on bill board. At 5:50 Helena got underway and went alongside coal dock. At 6:00 Connecticut shifted berth. At 6:55 Piscataqua shifted berth.

Asst. Surgeon Andre E. Lee USN - At 9:25 sent Asst. Sugeon Lee, U.S.N. and Heckel, C. (M.M.1C), as witnesses to G.C.M. on Cleveland.

C. Heckel (Mach 1c) - At 9:25 sent Asst. Sugeon Lee, U.S.N. and Heckel, C. (M.M.1C), as witnesses to G.C.M. on Cleveland.

USS General Alava - At 9:30 U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood out. At 10:10 Navy Yard half-masted colors. At 10:20 U.S.S. Rainbow got underway, mooring to her buoy at 10:50.

USS Cleveland - At 9:25 sent Asst. Sugeon Lee, U.S.N. and Heckel, C. (M.M.1C), as witnesses to G.C.M. on Cleveland.

USS Rainbow - At 9:30 U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood out. At 10:10 Navy Yard half-masted colors. At 10:20 U.S.S. Rainbow got underway, mooring to her buoy at 10:50.

USS Yankton - At 10:27 G.C.M. met on Cleveland. At 10:40 Navy Yard mast headed her colors. At 11:15 the U.S.S. Yankton with the Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Atlantic fleet on board anchored West of this ship. At 11:25 U.S.S. Helena left coal dock and returned to her position in formation.

PA Surgeon Hoyt USN - A Medical examining board consisting of P.A. Surgeon Hoyt, Smith and Brown, reported on board and examined Com'dr J. H. Sears, U.S.N, Lt. Earle U.S.N. and Lt. Jr. grade Greethan, U.S.N. for promotion.

PS Surgeon Smith - A Medical examining board consisting of P.A. Surgeon Hoyt, Smith and Brown, reported on board and examined Com'dr J. H. Sears, U.S.N, Lt. Earle U.S.N. and Lt. Jr. grade Greethan, U.S.N. for promotion.

Lieut Earle USN - A Medical examining board consisting of P.A. Surgeon Hoyt, Smith and Brown, reported on board and examined Com'dr J. H. Sears, U.S.N, Lt. Earle U.S.N. and Lt. Jr. grade Greethan, U.S.N. for promotion.

PA Surgeon Brown USN - A Medical examining board consisting of P.A. Surgeon Hoyt, Smith and Brown, reported on board and examined Com'dr J. H. Sears, U.S.N, Lt. Earle U.S.N. and Lt. Jr. grade Greethan, U.S.N. for promotion.

Comdr. James H. Sears USN - A Medical examining board consisting of P.A. Surgeon Hoyt, Smith and Brown, reported on board and examined Com'dr J. H. Sears, U.S.N, Lt. Earle U.S.N. and Lt. Jr. grade Greethan, U.S.N. for promotion.

Admiral Giles B. Harber USN - Had Guard duty. The Commander-in-Chief called upon Admiral Harber on Rainbow and was saluted with 13 guns on departure.

Lieut junior grade Greethan USN - A Medical examining board consisting of P.A. Surgeon Hoyt, Smith and Brown, reported on board and examined Com'dr J. H. Sears, U.S.N, Lt. Earle U.S.N. and Lt. Jr. grade Greethan, U.S.N. for promotion.

A. E. Dumas (Fire 2c) - By order of Commanding Officer the following changes in rating were made: Dumas, A.E. (F 2C.) to F 1C. Lawerence, T. H. (C.P.) to F. 2.C.

T. H. Lawerence (CP) - By order of Commanding Officer the following changes in rating were made: Dumas, A.E. (F 2C.) to F 1C. Lawerence, T. H. (C.P.) to F. 2.C.

Capt. U. Harris USN - At 1:20 the Commander-in-Chief called upon Capt. U. Harris, U.S.N. At 1:35 Capts. McLean, Wright, and Hughes came aboard to examine Comd'r. Sears, for promotion.

Capt. Wright USN - At 1:20 the Commander-in-Chief called upon Capt. U. Harris, U.S.N. At 1:35 Capts. McLean, Wright, and Hughes came aboard to examine Comd'r. Sears, for promotion.

Capt. McLean USN - At 1:20 the Commander-in-Chief called upon Capt. U. Harris, U.S.N. At 1:35 Capts. McLean, Wright, and Hughes came aboard to examine Comd'r. Sears, for promotion.

USS Yankton - At 1:50 the Navy Yard saluted the Commander-in-Chief with 13 guns. At 2:10 U.S.S. Yankton stood over to Manila.

Capt. Hughes USN - At 1:20 the Commander-in-Chief called upon Capt. U. Harris, U.S.N. At 1:35 Capts. McLean, Wright, and Hughes came aboard to examine Comd'r. Sears, for promotion.

US Naval Tug Wompatuck -

Sent liberty party.

USS Wilmington - At 5:38 the U.S.S. Wilminton stood in and anchored.

Liberty party returned.


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6 October 1908

At 7:15 Boiler inspectors came aboard. Decatur anchored at 7:27. Ash lighter alongside at 7:40.

USS Bainbridge - At 6:10 Decatur underway. At 6:49 Bainbridge underway.

USS Decatur - At 6:10 Decatur underway. At 6:49 Bainbridge underway.

USS Helena - At 9:15 U.S.S. Helena got underway and proceeded out into Manila Bay.

USS Cleveland - At 9:54 the U.S.S. Cleveland fired a gun and broke the "jack" at the foremast.

USS General Alava - At 105 the U.S.S. General Alava stood in and anchored. Transferred eighty one rounds of S.P. 295 to ordnance lighter from Navy Yard. At 135 the U.S.S. Alexander stood over from Manila and anchored. At 147 the U.S.S. Wilmington got underway and proceeded to the target range. At 253 the U.S.S. Chattanooga got underway and proceeded to the target range.

USS Alexander - At 105 the U.S.S. General Alava stood in and anchored. Transferred eighty one rounds of S.P. 295 to ordnance lighter from Navy Yard. At 135 the U.S.S. Alexander stood over from Manila and anchored. At 147 the U.S.S. Wilmington got underway and proceeded to the target range. At 253 the U.S.S. Chattanooga got underway and proceeded to the target range.

USS Wilmington - At 105 the U.S.S. General Alava stood in and anchored. Transferred eighty one rounds of S.P. 295 to ordnance lighter from Navy Yard. At 135 the U.S.S. Alexander stood over from Manila and anchored. At 147 the U.S.S. Wilmington got underway and proceeded to the target range. At 253 the U.S.S. Chattanooga got underway and proceeded to the target range.

USS Chattanooga - At 105 the U.S.S. General Alava stood in and anchored. Transferred eighty one rounds of S.P. 295 to ordnance lighter from Navy Yard. At 135 the U.S.S. Alexander stood over from Manila and anchored. At 147 the U.S.S. Wilmington got underway and proceeded to the target range. At 253 the U.S.S. Chattanooga got underway and proceeded to the target range.

- At 5:15 the U.S.S. Helena stood in and anchored.

At 8:00 a torpedo boat destroyer stood in and anchored.


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Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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7 October 1908

USS Galveston - At 6:08 the U.S.S. Galveston, At 610 the U.S.S. Kentucky, at 611 the U.S.S. Helena, at 640 the U.S.S. Denver, and at 6:42 the U.S.S. Cleveland got underway and proceeded out in the direction of the target range.

USS Denver - At 6:08 the U.S.S. Galveston, At 610 the U.S.S. Kentucky, at 611 the U.S.S. Helena, at 640 the U.S.S. Denver, and at 6:42 the U.S.S. Cleveland got underway and proceeded out in the direction of the target range.

USS Helena - At 6:08 the U.S.S. Galveston, At 610 the U.S.S. Kentucky, at 611 the U.S.S. Helena, at 640 the U.S.S. Denver, and at 6:42 the U.S.S. Cleveland got underway and proceeded out in the direction of the target range.

USS Kentucky - At 6:08 the U.S.S. Galveston, At 610 the U.S.S. Kentucky, at 611 the U.S.S. Helena, at 640 the U.S.S. Denver, and at 6:42 the U.S.S. Cleveland got underway and proceeded out in the direction of the target range.

USS Cleveland - At 6:08 the U.S.S. Galveston, At 610 the U.S.S. Kentucky, at 611 the U.S.S. Helena, at 640 the U.S.S. Denver, and at 6:42 the U.S.S. Cleveland got underway and proceeded out in the direction of the target range.

At 7.30 lit fires in "B" boiler. At 745 got underway and proceeded to the target range steering various courses.

L. Moss (Yeo 3c) - Mustered, absentees Moss, L. Yeo. 3C, and Lyons, J.A. G.M. 3cl.

J. A. Lyons (GunM 3c) - Mustered, absentees Moss, L. Yeo. 3C, and Lyons, J.A. G.M. 3cl.

Set out sub-target at 1000, exercised fire control and held sub-target practice with 3 p'd'rs. steaming at various speeds on various courses under two boilers. At 1130 finished practice picked up target and stood towards anchorage of U.S.S. Cleveland.

Steaming towards anchorage of U.S.S. Cleveland. At 205 came to anchor in twelve fathoms of water port anchor with thirty fathoms of chain. Bearings, Corrigedor light S. 62oW, Coaling plant S21oE. (p.s.c.).

At 557 got underway under two boilers. At 500 set out sub-target. At 615 exercised at fire control using searchlights. At 715 picked up target. At 737 anchored in 11 of water port anchor with 30 fathoms of chain. Bearings Corrigedor light S. 62oW, Coaling plant S21oE. (p.s.c.).

Banked fires in boiler "C".


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Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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8 October 1908

USS Helena - At 605 the U.S.S. Helena got unerway. At 640 the U.S.S. Yankton stood out.

USS Yankton - At 605 the U.S.S. Helena got unerway. At 640 the U.S.S. Yankton stood out.

Made preparations for getting underway and moored sub-target. At 657 got underway under two boilers and exercised at fire-control and sub-target practice, steaming on various courses and at various speeds.

Steaming at various courses, firing sub-calibre from 3 - p'dr's and excersicing 6" guns crews at training on target and sight setting. At 1000 oclock anchored with port chain in 11 fathoms of water, 20 fathoms of chain on the following bearings Tank on coaling plant, S.E.3oE, Pasig River Lt N62oE, ships head south. (p.s.c) Washed down decks.

W. H. Dage (OS) - Dage (O.S.) was confined in the brig for safe-keeping awaiting the recommendation of a General Court Martial for refusing duty.

USS New Jersey - At 1205 U.S.S. New Jersey got up anchor and stood out on target range. At 115 U.S.S. Balanga came along flying dispatch flag with official mail and left at 200 with mail orderly. At 226 U.S.S. Iris shoved off from U.S.S. Virginia and stood into Manila. At 230 the U.S.S. Piscataqua went alongside the U.S.S. Virginia with a coal lighter. At 340 the U.S.S. Denver got underway and stood out.

USS Balanga - At 1205 U.S.S. New Jersey got up anchor and stood out on target range. At 115 U.S.S. Balanga came along flying dispatch flag with official mail and left at 200 with mail orderly. At 226 U.S.S. Iris shoved off from U.S.S. Virginia and stood into Manila. At 230 the U.S.S. Piscataqua went alongside the U.S.S. Virginia with a coal lighter. At 340 the U.S.S. Denver got underway and stood out.

USS Virginia - At 1205 U.S.S. New Jersey got up anchor and stood out on target range. At 115 U.S.S. Balanga came along flying dispatch flag with official mail and left at 200 with mail orderly. At 226 U.S.S. Iris shoved off from U.S.S. Virginia and stood into Manila. At 230 the U.S.S. Piscataqua went alongside the U.S.S. Virginia with a coal lighter. At 340 the U.S.S. Denver got underway and stood out.

USS Iris - At 1205 U.S.S. New Jersey got up anchor and stood out on target range. At 115 U.S.S. Balanga came along flying dispatch flag with official mail and left at 200 with mail orderly. At 226 U.S.S. Iris shoved off from U.S.S. Virginia and stood into Manila. At 230 the U.S.S. Piscataqua went alongside the U.S.S. Virginia with a coal lighter. At 340 the U.S.S. Denver got underway and stood out.

US Naval Tug Piscataqua - At 1205 U.S.S. New Jersey got up anchor and stood out on target range. At 115 U.S.S. Balanga came along flying dispatch flag with official mail and left at 200 with mail orderly. At 226 U.S.S. Iris shoved off from U.S.S. Virginia and stood into Manila. At 230 the U.S.S. Piscataqua went alongside the U.S.S. Virginia with a coal lighter. At 340 the U.S.S. Denver got underway and stood out.

USS Denver - At 1205 U.S.S. New Jersey got up anchor and stood out on target range. At 115 U.S.S. Balanga came along flying dispatch flag with official mail and left at 200 with mail orderly. At 226 U.S.S. Iris shoved off from U.S.S. Virginia and stood into Manila. At 230 the U.S.S. Piscataqua went alongside the U.S.S. Virginia with a coal lighter. At 340 the U.S.S. Denver got underway and stood out.

USS Wilmington - At 4:30 got underway in obedience to wireless signal and stood into Cavite. Anchored at 545 in no. 5 berth, secured main engines. At 620 U.S.S. Wilmington anchored, at 650 U.S.S. Cleveland and U.S.S. Denver anchored.

USS Cleveland - At 4:30 got underway in obedience to wireless signal and stood into Cavite. Anchored at 545 in no. 5 berth, secured main engines. At 620 U.S.S. Wilmington anchored, at 650 U.S.S. Cleveland and U.S.S. Denver anchored.

8 P.M. to Midnight Overcast and warm. Moderate to fresh S.W. breezes, Barometer falling rapidly. At 850 no. 2 typhoon signal hoisted. At 945 U.S.S. Helena anchored.


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at anchor off cavite pi and in manila bay

Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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9 October 1908

US Naval Tug Piscataqua - At 2.25 U.S.S. Piscataqua stood in with lighter in tow. Steam on boilers "C" and "D"

At 8:45 got underway and proceeded to the target range steering various courses. At 940 anchored in 9 fathoms of water with 30 fathoms on the starboard chain on following bearings, Pasig river light N 77oW, Coaling plant tanks S 15W (psc), ships head S15oW. (psc)

W. H. Dage (OS) - By order of Commanding Officer relased Dage, W.R. and restored him to duty.

USS New Jersey - At 1010 the U.S.S. New Jersy got underway and proceeded to the target range.

Lieut David W. Todd USN - At 125 a Summary Court Martial of which D. W. Todd, Lt. U.S.N. was senior member met for the trial of Lee, E., O.S., and Stewart, A. F., O.S.

At 300 lit fires under "A" boiler.

A. F. Stewart (CP) - At 125 a Summary Court Martial of which D. W. Todd, Lt. U.S.N. was senior member met for the trial of Lee, E., O.S., and Stewart, A. F., O.S.

E. Lee (OS) - At 125 a Summary Court Martial of which D. W. Todd, Lt. U.S.N. was senior member met for the trial of Lee, E., O.S., and Stewart, A. F., O.S.

USS Rhode Island - At 415 the U.S.S. New Jersey, the U.S.S. Rhode Island, and the U.S.S. Virginia stood in from the target range and anchored with the Atlantic Fleet. At 4:20 the U.S.S. Iris, collier stood out from Manila. At 445 the U.S.S. Galveston stood out from Cavite.

USS Virginia - At 415 the U.S.S. New Jersey, the U.S.S. Rhode Island, and the U.S.S. Virginia stood in from the target range and anchored with the Atlantic Fleet. At 4:20 the U.S.S. Iris, collier stood out from Manila. At 445 the U.S.S. Galveston stood out from Cavite.

US Navy Collier Iris - At 415 the U.S.S. New Jersey, the U.S.S. Rhode Island, and the U.S.S. Virginia stood in from the target range and anchored with the Atlantic Fleet. At 4:20 the U.S.S. Iris, collier stood out from Manila. At 445 the U.S.S. Galveston stood out from Cavite.

At 445 Summary Court Martial adjourned to await the action of the convening authority.

USS Galveston - At 415 the U.S.S. New Jersey, the U.S.S. Rhode Island, and the U.S.S. Virginia stood in from the target range and anchored with the Atlantic Fleet. At 4:20 the U.S.S. Iris, collier stood out from Manila. At 445 the U.S.S. Galveston stood out from Cavite.

Held sub-calibre practice with port 3 p'd'r guns from 720 to 750 P.M.


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at anchor on target range

Lat 35.7, Long -0.6


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10 October 1908

USS Panther - At 540 the U.S.S. Panther stood out. At 605 the U.S. Atlantic Fleet got underway and stood out of Manila Bay. At 700 the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Helena stood out from Cavite. At 7.05 the U.S.S. Chattanooga and U.S.S. Wilmington stood out from Cavite to the target range.

USS Denver - At 540 the U.S.S. Panther stood out. At 605 the U.S. Atlantic Fleet got underway and stood out of Manila Bay. At 700 the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Helena stood out from Cavite. At 7.05 the U.S.S. Chattanooga and U.S.S. Wilmington stood out from Cavite to the target range.

USS Chattanooga - At 540 the U.S.S. Panther stood out. At 605 the U.S. Atlantic Fleet got underway and stood out of Manila Bay. At 700 the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Helena stood out from Cavite. At 7.05 the U.S.S. Chattanooga and U.S.S. Wilmington stood out from Cavite to the target range.

USS Wilmington - At 540 the U.S.S. Panther stood out. At 605 the U.S. Atlantic Fleet got underway and stood out of Manila Bay. At 700 the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Helena stood out from Cavite. At 7.05 the U.S.S. Chattanooga and U.S.S. Wilmington stood out from Cavite to the target range.

Starboard battery 6"and the 3 pdr battery were bore-sighted. Exercised the 6" pointers at dotter practice.

USS Cleveland - At 907 the U.S.S. Cleveland fired one gun and broke the jack at the yard arm. At 1158 Galveston anchored.

USS Galveston - At 907 the U.S.S. Cleveland fired one gun and broke the jack at the yard arm. At 1158 Galveston anchored.

US Naval Tug Wompatuck - At 1215 U.S.S. Cleveland anchored. At 1230 the U.S.S. Wampatuck stood out from Manila flying the dispatch flag. Sent and received mail. At 1250 Galveston got underway.

S. Spivak (OS) - At 122 Spivak, S. (O.S.) was made a prisoner at large to await trial by Summary Court Martial by order of Commanding Officer. Ensign A. S. Hickey this day received a commission as Ensign in the U.S. Navy to date from Feb 13, 1908.

Ensign A. S. Hickey USN - At 122 Spivak, S. (O.S.) was made a prisoner at large to await trial by Summary Court Martial by order of Commanding Officer. Ensign A. S. Hickey this day received a commission as Ensign in the U.S. Navy to date from Feb 13, 1908.

At 3:00 U.S.S. Chattanooga, U.S.S. Helena, U.S.S. Galveston and U.S.S. Cleveland stood toward and anchored off Cavite. At 200 the U.S.S. Wilmington stood in toward and anchored off Cavite. Broke out forward trimming tank.

At 430 the U.S.S. Wompatuck stood out flying the dispatch flag. Recieved mail from her. At 440 U.S.S. Denver shifted berth. Held simming call.


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at anchor on target range

Lat 35.7, Long -0.6


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11 October 1908

At 650 connected up boiler "B".

USS Helena - At 610 the U.S.S. Helena stood out from Cavite. At 725 U.S.S. Chattanooga stood out from Cavite.

USS Chattanooga - At 610 the U.S.S. Helena stood out from Cavite. At 725 U.S.S. Chattanooga stood out from Cavite.

At 950 got underway and proceed to former berth in Canacao Bay steering various courses.

Ensign H. H. Goss USN - Ensign N. H. Goss U.S. Navy, reported on board for dutyin obedience to an order of the Third Squadron Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet. Received on board with bag and hammock but without necessary papers, Norman, J. G. Hos. app.

J. G. Norman (Hos App) - Ensign N. H. Goss U.S. Navy, reported on board for dutyin obedience to an order of the Third Squadron Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet. Received on board with bag and hammock but without necessary papers, Norman, J. G. Hos. app.

At 100 the U.S.S. Helena stood in and came to anchor in her former berth at 130.

Ensign Kenneth Whiting USN - Ensign Kenneth Whiting, U.S. Navy was this day detached by order of the Third Squadron Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet and ordered to report to the Commandant U.S. Naval Station, Cavite, P.I. for duty in connection with submarines.


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12 October 1908

USS Helena - At 6:00 the U.S.S. Helena got underway and proceeded to the range. At 700 the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Wilmington left for the range. At 710 the U.S.S. Gen. Alava got underway and at 755 the U.S.S. Rainbow proceeded to the target range. At 800 the U.S.S. Rainbow hauled down the flag of the Third Squadron Commander.

USS Wilmington - At 6:00 the U.S.S. Helena got underway and proceeded to the range. At 700 the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Wilmington left for the range. At 710 the U.S.S. Gen. Alava got underway and at 755 the U.S.S. Rainbow proceeded to the target range. At 800 the U.S.S. Rainbow hauled down the flag of the Third Squadron Commander.

USS Denver - At 6:00 the U.S.S. Helena got underway and proceeded to the range. At 700 the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Wilmington left for the range. At 710 the U.S.S. Gen. Alava got underway and at 755 the U.S.S. Rainbow proceeded to the target range. At 800 the U.S.S. Rainbow hauled down the flag of the Third Squadron Commander.

USS General Alava - At 6:00 the U.S.S. Helena got underway and proceeded to the range. At 700 the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Wilmington left for the range. At 710 the U.S.S. Gen. Alava got underway and at 755 the U.S.S. Rainbow proceeded to the target range. At 800 the U.S.S. Rainbow hauled down the flag of the Third Squadron Commander.

USS Rainbow - At 6:00 the U.S.S. Helena got underway and proceeded to the range. At 700 the U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Wilmington left for the range. At 710 the U.S.S. Gen. Alava got underway and at 755 the U.S.S. Rainbow proceeded to the target range. At 800 the U.S.S. Rainbow hauled down the flag of the Third Squadron Commander.

At 8.40 got underway and stood out to target range. At 945 anchored in 7 fathoms of water with 30 fathoms of port chain. Bearings:- End of breakwater N67oE, Water tank of Coal Plant S2oW (psc)

Lost one whte lantern Cover part for steam launch. Exercised guns crews of all calibres at loading drill and dotter practice. Overhauled battery.

US Naval Tug Piscataqua - At 1210 U.S.S. Piscataqua stood out from Cavite flying dispatch flag, sent mail to her and received mail for squadron. U.S.S. Piscataqua stood in toward Manila.

Anchored sub-target and dinghy in position for fire control exercises.

At 410 got underway under two boilers and exercised fire control for 6" battery. After sunset anchored 3rd cutter and sailing launch with hand lanterns to represent night target range. Exercised at fire-control for 3 p'd'r's and 1 p'd'rs and held sub-target practice using search-lights. Picked up sailing launch and dinghy could not find 3rd cutter. Anchored at 755 in 9 1/2 fathoms of water, muddy bottom, 45 fathoms of port chain.

Banked fires in Boiler "A" & searching for 3rd cutter. Choppy sea.


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at anchor on target range manila bay pi

Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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13 October 1908

Lost with sub-calibre target, two boat grapnels and one hand lantern.

USS Denver - The U.S.S. Denver got underway and shifted anchorage. The U.S.S. Helena and U.S.S. Rainbow got undeerway and stood in toward Cavite during watch.

USS Rainbow - The U.S.S. Denver got underway and shifted anchorage. The U.S.S. Helena and U.S.S. Rainbow got undeerway and stood in toward Cavite during watch.

USS Helena - The U.S.S. Denver got underway and shifted anchorage. The U.S.S. Helena and U.S.S. Rainbow got undeerway and stood in toward Cavite during watch.

Lost overboard one strongback for whaleboat davits. Choppy sea.

Lost overboard one drift lead.


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at anchor on target range manila bay pi

Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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14 October 1908

At 11:30 the Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments:

L. Remmele (OS) - Remmele, L. (O. S.), - clothes in lucy bag; reduced one class.

C. E. Hughes (Sea) - do do

F. G. Lackland (Yeo 3c) - do do

C. A. McDevitt (Fire 2c) - do do

J. F. McCarthy (Bugler) - do do

E. F. Luehrs (Yeo 3c) - Luehrs, E. F. (y3C), overleave 2-1/2 hours - Deprivation of two liberties.

USS Wilmington - At 5:30 Commander of 3rd Squadron U. S. Pacific fleet left the Wilmington and was saluted by her with 13 guns. At 6:10 the U. S. S. Rainbow flagship proceeded to target range. At 6:45 U. S. S. Wilmington proceeded to target range.

USS Rainbow - At 5:30 Commander of 3rd Squadron U. S. Pacific fleet left the Wilmington and was saluted by her with 13 guns. At 6:10 the U. S. S. Rainbow flagship proceeded to target range. At 6:45 U. S. S. Wilmington proceeded to target range.


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at anchor on target range manila bay pi

Lat 14.5, Long 120.8


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14 October 1908

C. Clubb (OS) - Transferred draft of men as follows to U.S.A.T. Buford for passage home; Clubb, C., (O.S.) Kuhns, L.E. (Sea.) Heckell, C. (M.M. 1C) Merritt, G. V. (Sea) Garst, A. (B.M. 2C) Cartwright, H.D. (P. & F.) Benson, W.H. (Cox) Turtillotte, G.E. (Ch. Yeo)

L. E. Kuhns (Sea) - Transferred draft of men as follows to U.S.A.T. Buford for passage home; Clubb, C., (O.S.) Kuhns, L.E. (Sea.) Heckell, C. (M.M. 1C) Merritt, G. V. (Sea) Garst, A. (B.M. 2C) Cartwright, H.D. (P. & F.) Benson, W.H. (Cox) Turtillotte, G.E. (Ch. Yeo)

A. Garst (BosM 2c) - Transferred draft of men as follows to U.S.A.T. Buford for passage home; Clubb, C., (O.S.) Kuhns, L.E. (Sea.) Heckell, C. (M.M. 1C) Merritt, G. V. (Sea) Garst, A. (B.M. 2C) Cartwright, H.D. (P. & F.) Benson, W.H. (Cox) Turtillotte, G.E. (Ch. Yeo)

H. D. Cartwright (Plumb) - Transferred draft of men as follows to U.S.A.T. Buford for passage home; Clubb, C., (O.S.) Kuhns, L.E. (Sea.) Heckell, C. (M.M. 1C) Merritt, G. V. (Sea) Garst, A. (B.M. 2C) Cartwright, H.D. (P. & F.) Benson, W.H. (Cox) Turtillotte, G.E. (Ch. Yeo)

G. V. Merrit (Sea) - Transferred draft of men as follows to U.S.A.T. Buford for passage home; Clubb, C., (O.S.) Kuhns, L.E. (Sea.) Heckell, C. (M.M. 1C) Merritt, G. V. (Sea) Garst, A. (B.M. 2C) Cartwright, H.D. (P. & F.) Benson, W.H. (Cox) Turtillotte, G.E. (Ch. Yeo)

C. Heckel (Mach 1c) - Transferred draft of men as follows to U.S.A.T. Buford for passage home; Clubb, C., (O.S.) Kuhns, L.E. (Sea.) Heckell, C. (M.M. 1C) Merritt, G. V. (Sea) Garst, A. (B.M. 2C) Cartwright, H.D. (P. & F.) Benson, W.H. (Cox) Turtillotte, G.E. (Ch. Yeo)

G. E. Tourtillotte (Chief Yeo) - Transferred draft of men as follows to U.S.A.T. Buford for passage home; Clubb, C., (O.S.) Kuhns, L.E. (Sea.) Heckell, C. (M.M. 1C) Merritt, G. V. (Sea) Garst, A. (B.M. 2C) Cartwright, H.D. (P. & F.) Benson, W.H. (Cox) Turtillotte, G.E. (Ch. Yeo)

W. H. Benson (Cox) - Transferred draft of men as follows to U.S.A.T. Buford for passage home; Clubb, C., (O.S.) Kuhns, L.E. (Sea.) Heckell, C. (M.M. 1C) Merritt, G. V. (Sea) Garst, A. (B.M. 2C) Cartwright, H.D. (P. & F.) Benson, W.H. (Cox) Turtillotte, G.E. (Ch. Yeo)

USS Culgoa - U.S. Culgoa stood in and anchored. At 8:15 the first torpedo flotilla got underway and at 9:05 the U.S.S. Galveston shifted berth. At 10:00 the U.S.A.T. Crook stood over from Manila and came to anchor near the U.S.S. Rainbow.

USAT Crook - U.S. Culgoa stood in and anchored. At 8:15 the first torpedo flotilla got underway and at 9:05 the U.S.S. Galveston shifted berth. At 10:00 the U.S.A.T. Crook stood over from Manila and came to anchor near the U.S.S. Rainbow.

USS Galveston - U.S. Culgoa stood in and anchored. At 8:15 the first torpedo flotilla got underway and at 9:05 the U.S.S. Galveston shifted berth. At 10:00 the U.S.A.T. Crook stood over from Manila and came to anchor near the U.S.S. Rainbow.

US Navy Collier Nanshan - At 10:10 got up anchor and shifted berth anchoring in 4 fathoms of water, 30 fathoms of port chain, in position previously assigned. At 1100 the U.S.S. Nanshan, Collier, shifted berth.

USS Rainbow - U.S. Culgoa stood in and anchored. At 8:15 the first torpedo flotilla got underway and at 9:05 the U.S.S. Galveston shifted berth. At 10:00 the U.S.A.T. Crook stood over from Manila and came to anchor near the U.S.S. Rainbow.

L. Moss (Yeo 3c) - Moss, L. (Y. 3C) & Lyons, J.A. (G. M. 3C), returned on board ship having been detained in Naval Prison, Cavite for breaking quarantine and going to San Roque, making it necessary to place them under observation for evidence of cholera infection.

J. A. Lyons (GunM 3c) - Moss, L. (Y. 3C) & Lyons, J.A. (G. M. 3C), returned on board ship having been detained in Naval Prison, Cavite for breaking quarantine and going to San Roque, making it necessary to place them under observation for evidence of cholera infection.

USS Cleveland - At 9:30 a G.C.M. convened on board the U.S.S. Cleveland. At 9:20 the U.S.S. Wilmington shifted berth. U.S.S. Colliers and chartered Collier shifted berths inshore clear of calibration range.

USS Wilmington - At 9:30 a G.C.M. convened on board the U.S.S. Cleveland. At 9:20 the U.S.S. Wilmington shifted berth. U.S.S. Colliers and chartered Collier shifted berths inshore clear of calibration range.

Commanding Officer awarded the following punishments: (list appended.). Sent rescue party for 3rd cutter missing since Oct 12th.

USS Helena - The U.S.S. Helena stood in and anchored on calibration range.

C. Weber (Sea) - Weber, C. (Sea), returned on board 62 1/2 hours overleave.

Received from the U.S.S. Denver 1 Range projector, 1 range finder & 1 range keeper for use in coming Battle practice. The resuce party returned having recovered the 3rd cutter with the following articles of equipment missing: one boat box, 4 oar locks, broken bottom boards and one anchor missing. At 2:55 the U.S.S. Wilmington stood in and anchored.

Thomas White (BosM 1c) - 11 Apr 1908 - joined ship from USS Galveston. 22 May 1908 - declared a deserter from 12 May. 30 May 1908 - returns to ship and surrenders. 26 Aug 1908 - transferred to USS Callao. 13 Sep 1908 - mentioned on board. 15 Sep 1908 - transferred to USS Rainbow. 14 Oct 1908 - returned from ship as prisoner.

Commander of 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet visited the U.S.S. Wilmington officially. Sent party to Wilmington to witness presentation of Gunboar gunnery trophy.


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15 October 1908

USS Chauncey - At 5:30 the U.S.S. Chauncey stood out. At 6:45 a U.S.A.T. stood into Manila. At 7:30 the U.S.S. Helena commenced calibration practice.

USS Helena - At 5:30 the U.S.S. Chauncey stood out. At 6:45 a U.S.A.T. stood into Manila. At 7:30 the U.S.S. Helena commenced calibration practice.

USS Galveston - At 8:30 Galveston shifted berth. Atr 8:45 Chattanooga shifted berth. At 9:05 Piscataqua got underway with battle-target in tow. At 9:10 the Helena having finished calibration practice, unmoored and at 9:40 anchored. Sent to U.S.S. Cleveland our range projector. At 955 Wilmington moored and commenced calibration practice. At 10:40 Decatur got underway. At 10:53 got underway and stood toward calibration range. At 11:20 the Wilmington having finished calibration, got underway and stood out. At 11:45 anchored with port anchor and moored with quarter lines to two buoys astern.

USS Chattanooga - At 8:30 Galveston shifted berth. Atr 8:45 Chattanooga shifted berth. At 9:05 Piscataqua got underway with battle-target in tow. At 9:10 the Helena having finished calibration practice, unmoored and at 9:40 anchored. Sent to U.S.S. Cleveland our range projector. At 955 Wilmington moored and commenced calibration practice. At 10:40 Decatur got underway. At 10:53 got underway and stood toward calibration range. At 11:20 the Wilmington having finished calibration, got underway and stood out. At 11:45 anchored with port anchor and moored with quarter lines to two buoys astern.

USS Helena - At 8:30 Galveston shifted berth. Atr 8:45 Chattanooga shifted berth. At 9:05 Piscataqua got underway with battle-target in tow. At 9:10 the Helena having finished calibration practice, unmoored and at 9:40 anchored. Sent to U.S.S. Cleveland our range projector. At 955 Wilmington moored and commenced calibration practice. At 10:40 Decatur got underway. At 10:53 got underway and stood toward calibration range. At 11:20 the Wilmington having finished calibration, got underway and stood out. At 11:45 anchored with port anchor and moored with quarter lines to two buoys astern.

US Naval Tug Piscataqua - At 8:30 Galveston shifted berth. Atr 8:45 Chattanooga shifted berth. At 9:05 Piscataqua got underway with battle-target in tow. At 9:10 the Helena having finished calibration practice, unmoored and at 9:40 anchored. Sent to U.S.S. Cleveland our range projector. At 955 Wilmington moored and commenced calibration practice. At 10:40 Decatur got underway. At 10:53 got underway and stood toward calibration range. At 11:20 the Wilmington having finished calibration, got underway and stood out. At 11:45 anchored with port anchor and moored with quarter lines to two buoys astern.

USS Cleveland - At 8:30 Galveston shifted berth. Atr 8:45 Chattanooga shifted berth. At 9:05 Piscataqua got underway with battle-target in tow. At 9:10 the Helena having finished calibration practice, unmoored and at 9:40 anchored. Sent to U.S.S. Cleveland our range projector. At 955 Wilmington moored and commenced calibration practice. At 10:40 Decatur got underway. At 10:53 got underway and stood toward calibration range. At 11:20 the Wilmington having finished calibration, got underway and stood out. At 11:45 anchored with port anchor and moored with quarter lines to two buoys astern.

USS Wilmington - At 8:30 Galveston shifted berth. Atr 8:45 Chattanooga shifted berth. At 9:05 Piscataqua got underway with battle-target in tow. At 9:10 the Helena having finished calibration practice, unmoored and at 9:40 anchored. Sent to U.S.S. Cleveland our range projector. At 955 Wilmington moored and commenced calibration practice. At 10:40 Decatur got underway. At 10:53 got underway and stood toward calibration range. At 11:20 the Wilmington having finished calibration, got underway and stood out. At 11:45 anchored with port anchor and moored with quarter lines to two buoys astern.

USS Decatur - At 8:30 Galveston shifted berth. Atr 8:45 Chattanooga shifted berth. At 9:05 Piscataqua got underway with battle-target in tow. At 9:10 the Helena having finished calibration practice, unmoored and at 9:40 anchored. Sent to U.S.S. Cleveland our range projector. At 955 Wilmington moored and commenced calibration practice. At 10:40 Decatur got underway. At 10:53 got underway and stood toward calibration range. At 11:20 the Wilmington having finished calibration, got underway and stood out. At 11:45 anchored with port anchor and moored with quarter lines to two buoys astern.

At 1:20 commenced firing at calibration practice, with starboard 6" battery, firing four shots per gun. Finished firing at 2:25. At 1:40 Cleveland shifted berth. At 2:15 Helena got underway and stood out. At 2:25 got underway and at 3:05 anchored in 4 fathoms of water with 30 fathoms of port chain. Bearings from anchorage: Tanks on coaling plant, N.68oW, Navy Yard Shears, S45oW. Ship's Head, West. Banked fires in boiler "B". At 2:25 Chauncey stood in to Cavite. At 3:55 Decatur stood in to Cavite.

At 4:10 Chauncey anchored.


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16 October 1908

USS Dale - At 550 U.S.S. Dale got underway. At 615 U.S.S. Decauter shifted berth.

W. J. Ryan (Sea) - At 650 Ryan, W. J. (Sea) returned 8 1/2 hrs. overleave.

USS Decatur - At 550 U.S.S. Dale got underway. At 615 U.S.S. Decauter shifted berth.

USS Chattanooga - At 650 U.S.S. Chattanooga commenced firing at calibration practice. At 715 U.S.S. Wilmington got underway.

USS Wilmington - At 650 U.S.S. Chattanooga commenced firing at calibration practice. At 715 U.S.S. Wilmington got underway.

USS Denver - The U.S.S. Denver, Chattanooga, Dale, General Alava, Galveston, Cleveland were underway during the watch, the Denver and Chattanooga firing at calibration practice.

USS Cleveland - The U.S.S. Denver, Chattanooga, Dale, General Alava, Galveston, Cleveland were underway during the watch, the Denver and Chattanooga firing at calibration practice.

USS General Alava - The U.S.S. Denver, Chattanooga, Dale, General Alava, Galveston, Cleveland were underway during the watch, the Denver and Chattanooga firing at calibration practice.

USS Galveston - The U.S.S. Denver, Chattanooga, Dale, General Alava, Galveston, Cleveland were underway during the watch, the Denver and Chattanooga firing at calibration practice.

Adolph Starr (Chief Mach) - Mustered all hands aft and published Summary Court Martial proceedings and sentence in the case of Adolph Starr, C.M.M., he being reduced from C.M.M. to M.M. 1C.

Galveston firing on calibration range.

U.S.S. Wilmington stood in and anchred at 815.


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17 October 1908

USS Denver - U.S.S. Denver began coaling at day light. U.S.S. Cleveland firing on calibration range.

USS Cleveland - U.S.S. Denver began coaling at day light. U.S.S. Cleveland firing on calibration range.

USS Galveston - At 910 the U.S.S. Galveston left the calibration range and anchored. The U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Chauncey were underway during watch.

USS Chauncey - At 910 the U.S.S. Galveston left the calibration range and anchored. The U.S.S. Denver and U.S.S. Chauncey were underway during watch.

C. C. Boggs (Sea) - By order of the Commanding Officer the following changes in rating go tino effect from this date: Boggs, C. C. Sea to Cox. Berry, S. (Sea. to Cox.)

S. Berry (Sea) - By order of the Commanding Officer the following changes in rating go tino effect from this date: Boggs, C. C. Sea to Cox. Berry, S. (Sea. to Cox.)

USS Cleveland - At 245 the U.S.S. Clevelnad shifted berth.

C. Willis (Fire 2c) - Willis, C. (F. 2c) returned one hour overtime. Dalton, S. (W T) returned one and one half hours overtime.

S. Dalton (WT) - Willis, C. (F. 2c) returned one hour overtime. Dalton, S. (W T) returned one and one half hours overtime.


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18 October 1908

C. F. Crow (CP) - Crow, C. F. (CP) returned on board at 545 A.M. seven (7) hours overtime.

USS Rainbow - At 625 the U.S.S. Rainbow stood in and ancored. The U.S.S. Denver stood in and anchored.

J. Andrews (CP) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

USS Denver - At 625 the U.S.S. Rainbow stood in and ancored. The U.S.S. Denver stood in and anchored.

R. S. Bishop (CP) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

C. Bye (CP) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

S. Burns (CP) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

F. W. Arnold (CP) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

J. S. Barnes (CP) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

O. E. Hunt (OS) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

C. Gretchell (OS) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

H. F. Fieldler (CP) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

O. M. Fritysche (Shipwright) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

C. Campbell (CP) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

T. Lynch Jnr. (Baker 2c) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

F. A. Johnson (OS) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

U. H. Larson (Cox) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

R. Johnson (OS) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

C. M. Salto (OS) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

R. T. Shain (Plumb & Fitter) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

A. T. Ross (OS) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

C. E. Revenaugh (OS) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and all necessary papers but pay accounts from the U.S.S. Rainbow the following named men:- Andrews, J. (CP), Arnold F. W. (CP), Barnes, J. S. (CP), Bishop, R. S. (CP), Burns, S. (CP), Bye, C. (CP) Campbell, C. (CP) Fiedler, H. F. (CP) Fritysche, O. M. (S'W't) Gretchell, C. (OS) Hunt, O. E. (OS) Johnson, F. A. (OS) Johnson, R. (OS) Larson, U. H. (Cox), Lynch, T. jnr, (B'k'r 2c) Revenaugh, C. E. (OS), Ross, A. T. (OS) Shain, R. T. (P. & F.) Salto C.M. (OS).

USS Wilmington - At 8:40 the U.S.S. Wilmington stood out toward target range.

USS Chattanooga - At 1:05 the Chattanooga got underway and stood out toward target range. At 200 the Cleveland got underway and stood out. At 2:10 the Denver got underway and stood out.

USS Cleveland - At 1:05 the Chattanooga got underway and stood out toward target range. At 200 the Cleveland got underway and stood out. At 2:10 the Denver got underway and stood out.

Made preparations for getting underway. At 2:33 got underway and stood toward target range, steaming on various courses under two boilers.

USS Denver - At 1:05 the Chattanooga got underway and stood out toward target range. At 200 the Cleveland got underway and stood out. At 2:10 the Denver got underway and stood out.

At 429 anchored in 11 fathoms of water, mud bottom, with 30 fathoms of port chain. Bearings not obtained.

USS Rainbow - At 4:45 Wilmington anchored. At 4:55 Chattanooga anchored. At 5:45 Rainbow and Galveston stood out and anchored. At 6:20 Helena anchored.

Banked fires in boiler "B". Exercised starboard main battery at fire control.

USS Helena - At 4:45 Wilmington anchored. At 4:55 Chattanooga anchored. At 5:45 Rainbow and Galveston stood out and anchored. At 6:20 Helena anchored.

USS Galveston - At 4:45 Wilmington anchored. At 4:55 Chattanooga anchored. At 5:45 Rainbow and Galveston stood out and anchored. At 6:20 Helena anchored.


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19 October 1908

USS Helena - At 5:45 Helena got underway and stood toward target. At 6:15 Rainbow shifted berth.

USS Rainbow - At 5:45 Helena got underway and stood toward target. At 6:15 Rainbow shifted berth.

At 7:30 lit fires in boiler "D."

USS Wilmington - The Helena and Wilmington fired spotting practice during the watch. This ship got underway at 10:26 and followed the Wilmington on the range and prepared to fire spotting practice.

Finished spotting practice, making 5 hits out of 12 shots. Anchored at 1:06 in 11 fathoms of water, 30 fathoms of port chain.

Commenced clearing ship for action near close of watch.

USS Chattanooga - The Chattanooga fired spotting practice.

USS Denver - Denver got underway at 5:02, and the Cleveland stood in and anchored as observing ship at 6:40.

USS Cleveland - Denver got underway at 5:02, and the Cleveland stood in and anchored as observing ship at 6:40.


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20 October 1908

Engaged in clearing ship for action.

USS Helena - The Helena got underway at 5:40 and stood out on battle range. At 7:25 the Squadron Commander went a board the Helena and hoisted his flag. Helena Commenced day battle practice at 7:45.

Barometer read 29.89 stowed away on account of gun practice.

USS Wilmington - At 8:45 the U.S.S. Helena hauled down the flag of the 3rd Squadron Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet and it was broken on the U.S.S. Wilmington at 8:50. The U.S.S. Helena finished day battle practice and was followed on the range by the U.S.S. Wilmington.

Made preparations for getting underway to carry out day battle practice. At 9:15 got underway and proceeded toward target receiving the observers and official unpires on board. The Wilmington completed her day practice, and hauled down the Squadron Commander's flag at 1000 which was broken on this ship when the Squadron Commander came on board.

Complete "clearing ship for action" and sounded general quarters. Cast loose starboard battery and went on the range. Opened fire at 11:55.

Finished day battle practice at 12:05 firing #1 and #3, 6" guns - 9 rounds from #1 and 12 rounds from #3, total time 8 min. 36 sec.

USS Chattanooga - At 12:26 tthe 3rd Squadron Commander transferred his flag from this ship to the U.S.S. Chattanooga, which proceeded on the range and held day practice.

At 12:36 came to anchor near the observation ship's station. At 2:30 got underway and took station in plane of the battle targets as observing ship, distance about 1500 yds.

USS Cleveland - Several ships of Squadron underway during watch - the U.S.S. Cleveland holding spotting practice.

At 4:45 secured the main engines and banked fires in B & D boilers. At 7:25 the U.S.S. Rainbow flagship held her annual record target practice.


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21 October 1908


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22 October 1908


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23 October 1908


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24 October 1908

coal: 200 tons -


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25 October 1908


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26 October 1908


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27 October 1908


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28 October 1908

Got underway at 9:13 and stood over toward Cavite anchorage. Exercised at fire and collision quarters. Came to anchor at 10:52 in 3 fathoms of water 20 fathoms of starboard chain, Bearings as follows: End of Cavite breakwater S77W (p.s.c.), Sangley Point Lt. N. 38oW. (p.s.c), Ships Head N.58oE. (p.s.c.).

USS Porpoise - The submarine Porpoise made a surface run during watch. The Cleveland got underway and stood out at 10:30.

USS Cleveland - The submarine Porpoise made a surface run during watch. The Cleveland got underway and stood out at 10:30.

Engaged in preparations for painting ship.

S. L. Corum (MAA 2c) - Transferred to the U.S.S. Rainbow, Corum, S. L. (M.A.A. 2C) and Hamaguchi, K. (Cbn. Ck.), with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers. Transferred to U.S. Naval Hospital, Canacao, Verhulst, L. C. (O.S.), with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers.

K. Hamaguchi (Cabin Cook) - Transferred to the U.S.S. Rainbow, Corum, S. L. (M.A.A. 2C) and Hamaguchi, K. (Cbn. Ck.), with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers. Transferred to U.S. Naval Hospital, Canacao, Verhulst, L. C. (O.S.), with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers.

L. C. Verhulst (OS) - Transferred to the U.S.S. Rainbow, Corum, S. L. (M.A.A. 2C) and Hamaguchi, K. (Cbn. Ck.), with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers. Transferred to U.S. Naval Hospital, Canacao, Verhulst, L. C. (O.S.), with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers.


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29 October 1908

Furled awnings and engaged in taring down rigging. Making preparations for painting ship.

USS Chattanooga - The Chattanooga stood over form Manila and anchored at 6:50.

USS Chauncey - At 115 the U.S.S. General Alava anchored. At 115 the U.S.T.B.Ds, Chauncey, Bainbridge & Dale stood out of Manila Bay. At 3:00 the U.S.S. Decatur shifted berth.

USS General Alava - At 115 the U.S.S. General Alava anchored. At 115 the U.S.T.B.Ds, Chauncey, Bainbridge & Dale stood out of Manila Bay. At 3:00 the U.S.S. Decatur shifted berth.

USS Dale - At 115 the U.S.S. General Alava anchored. At 115 the U.S.T.B.Ds, Chauncey, Bainbridge & Dale stood out of Manila Bay. At 3:00 the U.S.S. Decatur shifted berth.

USS Bainbridge - At 115 the U.S.S. General Alava anchored. At 115 the U.S.T.B.Ds, Chauncey, Bainbridge & Dale stood out of Manila Bay. At 3:00 the U.S.S. Decatur shifted berth.

USS Decatur - At 115 the U.S.S. General Alava anchored. At 115 the U.S.T.B.Ds, Chauncey, Bainbridge & Dale stood out of Manila Bay. At 3:00 the U.S.S. Decatur shifted berth.

USS Glacier - At 500 the U.S.S. Glacier shifted berth.


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30 October 1908

USS Wilmington - At 6:30 the U.S.S. Wilmington stood out. At 6:40 the U.S.A.T. Thomas stood into Manila. At 6:43 the U.S.S. Helena stood out of the harbor of Manila.

USS Helena - At 6:30 the U.S.S. Wilmington stood out. At 6:40 the U.S.A.T. Thomas stood into Manila. At 6:43 the U.S.S. Helena stood out of the harbor of Manila.

US Army Transport Thomas - At 6:30 the U.S.S. Wilmington stood out. At 6:40 the U.S.A.T. Thomas stood into Manila. At 6:43 the U.S.S. Helena stood out of the harbor of Manila.

C. Schuster (CP) - Received from U.S. Naval Hospital, Canacao, P. I., with bag and hammock, Schuster, C. (C.P.).

Lieut David W. Todd USN - S.C.M. of which Lieut., D. W. Todd, U.S.N. is senior member met at 3:00 to reconsider sentence in cases of Lee, E. (O.S.), and Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), and adjourned to await orders from the convening authority.

E. Lee (OS) - S.C.M. of which Lieut., D. W. Todd, U.S.N. is senior member met at 3:00 to reconsider sentence in cases of Lee, E. (O.S.), and Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), and adjourned to await orders from the convening authority.

A. F. Stewart (CP) - S.C.M. of which Lieut., D. W. Todd, U.S.N. is senior member met at 3:00 to reconsider sentence in cases of Lee, E. (O.S.), and Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), and adjourned to await orders from the convening authority.


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31 October 1908

J. U. Lytle (Mach 1c) - Sentence of Lytle, J. U. (M.M.1C), by S.C.M. Solitary confinement on B.& W. for 5 days and to lose all pay for 3 months except $3. per month, total loss of pay amounting to one hundred and seventy-two dollars and fifty cents. ($172.50).

J. Lewis (Fire 2c) - Sentence of Lewis, J. (F. 2c), by S.C.M. Solitary confinement on B.& W. for 5 days and to lose all pay for 3 months except $3. per month, total loss of pay amounting to ninety dollars. ($90.00).


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31 October 1908

J. U. Lytle (Mach 1c) - Published proceedings of S.C.M. in case of J. U. Lytle, (M.M. 1C) and of J. Lewis, (F. 2C). Confined Lytle, J. U. (M.M. 1C), to serve sentence of S.C.M.*

J. Lewis (Fire 2c) - Published proceedings of S.C.M. in case of J. U. Lytle, (M.M. 1C) and of J. Lewis, (F. 2C). Confined Lytle, J. U. (M.M. 1C), to serve sentence of S.C.M.*

USS Denver - The Squadron Commander inspected the U.S.S. Denver.

G. Giddens (OS) - Held mast and punishments were awadred by Commanding Officer as follows:- Giddens, G. (O.S.), - not scrubbing hammock - Reduced 1 class. Willis, C. (F 1C),- 1 hour overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Dalton, S. (WT) - 1/2 hours overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Solts, C. M (O.S.), - gross carelessness - reduced to 4th class. Morgan, C.A. (O.S.), - 11 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Maa, W. (C.P.), - 11 - 1/2 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Remmele, L. (O.S.), - not mustering with wireless watch - reduced 1 class. Jones, C. (Cox), - leaving boat without permission, being in charge of same - reduced to 2nd class.

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - Held mast and punishments were awadred by Commanding Officer as follows:- Giddens, G. (O.S.), - not scrubbing hammock - Reduced 1 class. Willis, C. (F 1C),- 1 hour overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Dalton, S. (WT) - 1/2 hours overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Solts, C. M (O.S.), - gross carelessness - reduced to 4th class. Morgan, C.A. (O.S.), - 11 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Maa, W. (C.P.), - 11 - 1/2 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Remmele, L. (O.S.), - not mustering with wireless watch - reduced 1 class. Jones, C. (Cox), - leaving boat without permission, being in charge of same - reduced to 2nd class.

S. Dalton (WT) - Held mast and punishments were awadred by Commanding Officer as follows:- Giddens, G. (O.S.), - not scrubbing hammock - Reduced 1 class. Willis, C. (F 1C),- 1 hour overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Dalton, S. (WT) - 1/2 hours overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Solts, C. M (O.S.), - gross carelessness - reduced to 4th class. Morgan, C.A. (O.S.), - 11 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Maa, W. (C.P.), - 11 - 1/2 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Remmele, L. (O.S.), - not mustering with wireless watch - reduced 1 class. Jones, C. (Cox), - leaving boat without permission, being in charge of same - reduced to 2nd class.

C. M. Solts (OS) - Held mast and punishments were awadred by Commanding Officer as follows:- Giddens, G. (O.S.), - not scrubbing hammock - Reduced 1 class. Willis, C. (F 1C),- 1 hour overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Dalton, S. (WT) - 1/2 hours overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Solts, C. M (O.S.), - gross carelessness - reduced to 4th class. Morgan, C.A. (O.S.), - 11 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Maa, W. (C.P.), - 11 - 1/2 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Remmele, L. (O.S.), - not mustering with wireless watch - reduced 1 class. Jones, C. (Cox), - leaving boat without permission, being in charge of same - reduced to 2nd class.

C. A. Morgan (OS) - Held mast and punishments were awadred by Commanding Officer as follows:- Giddens, G. (O.S.), - not scrubbing hammock - Reduced 1 class. Willis, C. (F 1C),- 1 hour overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Dalton, S. (WT) - 1/2 hours overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Solts, C. M (O.S.), - gross carelessness - reduced to 4th class. Morgan, C.A. (O.S.), - 11 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Maa, W. (C.P.), - 11 - 1/2 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Remmele, L. (O.S.), - not mustering with wireless watch - reduced 1 class. Jones, C. (Cox), - leaving boat without permission, being in charge of same - reduced to 2nd class.

W. W. Maa (CP) - Held mast and punishments were awadred by Commanding Officer as follows:- Giddens, G. (O.S.), - not scrubbing hammock - Reduced 1 class. Willis, C. (F 1C),- 1 hour overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Dalton, S. (WT) - 1/2 hours overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Solts, C. M (O.S.), - gross carelessness - reduced to 4th class. Morgan, C.A. (O.S.), - 11 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Maa, W. (C.P.), - 11 - 1/2 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Remmele, L. (O.S.), - not mustering with wireless watch - reduced 1 class. Jones, C. (Cox), - leaving boat without permission, being in charge of same - reduced to 2nd class.

L. Remmele (OS) - Held mast and punishments were awadred by Commanding Officer as follows:- Giddens, G. (O.S.), - not scrubbing hammock - Reduced 1 class. Willis, C. (F 1C),- 1 hour overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Dalton, S. (WT) - 1/2 hours overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Solts, C. M (O.S.), - gross carelessness - reduced to 4th class. Morgan, C.A. (O.S.), - 11 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Maa, W. (C.P.), - 11 - 1/2 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Remmele, L. (O.S.), - not mustering with wireless watch - reduced 1 class. Jones, C. (Cox), - leaving boat without permission, being in charge of same - reduced to 2nd class.

C. Jones (Cox) - Held mast and punishments were awadred by Commanding Officer as follows:- Giddens, G. (O.S.), - not scrubbing hammock - Reduced 1 class. Willis, C. (F 1C),- 1 hour overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Dalton, S. (WT) - 1/2 hours overleave - deprivation of one liberty. Solts, C. M (O.S.), - gross carelessness - reduced to 4th class. Morgan, C.A. (O.S.), - 11 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Maa, W. (C.P.), - 11 - 1/2 hours overleave - 14 days deprivation of liberty and 2nd class. Remmele, L. (O.S.), - not mustering with wireless watch - reduced 1 class. Jones, C. (Cox), - leaving boat without permission, being in charge of same - reduced to 2nd class.

Sent liberty party ashore.

D. A. Walker (GunM 1c) - Walker, D. A. (G. M. 1C), was transferred to this vessel from U.S.S. Cleveland with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers.

T. McQuade (BosM 1c) - McQuade T. (B. M. 1C.), was transferred from this vessel to the U.S.S. Chattanooga.



LOGS FOR NOVEMBER 1908


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1 November 1908

USS Vermont - At 330 sighted the U.S.S. Vermont, First Fleet, maneuvering to the North Westward of Sangley Pt.

USS Nebraska - At 10:40 the U.S.S. Vermont stood in and anchored. At 11:55 the U.S.S. Nebraska stood in and anchored.


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2 November 1908

B. Kamgon (Elec 3c) - Transferred with bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men; via of the U.S.S. General Alava to Olongapo, Kamgon, B. (Elec. 3C), to U.S.S. Helena, Starr, A. (M.M. 1C), to the U.S.S. Bainbridge, Eagan, J. B. (B. M. 1C), to the U.S.S. Wilmington.

Adolph Starr (Mach 1c) - Transferred with bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men; via of the U.S.S. General Alava to Olongapo, Kamgon, B. (Elec. 3C), to U.S.S. Helena, Starr, A. (M.M. 1C), to the U.S.S. Bainbridge, Eagan, J. B. (B. M. 1C), to the U.S.S. Wilmington.

Sent firing party to rifle range for small arm target pratice.

J. B. Eagan (BosM 2c) - Transferred with bags, hammocks and necessary papers the following men; via of the U.S.S. General Alava to Olongapo, Kamgon, B. (Elec. 3C), to U.S.S. Helena, Starr, A. (M.M. 1C), to the U.S.S. Bainbridge, Eagan, J. B. (B. M. 1C), to the U.S.S. Wilmington.

USS Nebraska - At 8:04 the U.S.S. Nebrasaka fired a salute of 13 guns. At 8:04 U.S.S. Rainbow answered with 7 guns. At 8:05 U.S.S. Vermont fired a salute of 13 guns answered at 806 by U.S.S. Rainbow with 7 guns.

USS Vermont - At 8:04 the U.S.S. Nebrasaka fired a salute of 13 guns. At 8:04 U.S.S. Rainbow answered with 7 guns. At 8:05 U.S.S. Vermont fired a salute of 13 guns answered at 806 by U.S.S. Rainbow with 7 guns.

USS Rainbow - At 8:04 the U.S.S. Nebrasaka fired a salute of 13 guns. At 8:04 U.S.S. Rainbow answered with 7 guns. At 8:05 U.S.S. Vermont fired a salute of 13 guns answered at 806 by U.S.S. Rainbow with 7 guns.

USS General Alava - At 9:30 U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood out. At 9:45 the U.S.S. Chauncey stood in and anchored.

USS Chauncey - At 9:30 U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood out. At 9:45 the U.S.S. Chauncey stood in and anchored.

Lieut David W. Todd USN - Lieut. D. W. Todd, U.S.N. and Ens. J. A. Mandeville, U.S.N., left the ship to report on board U.S.S. Chattanooga as members of a G.C.M.

Ensign John A. Mandeville USN - Lieut. D. W. Todd, U.S.N. and Ens. J. A. Mandeville, U.S.N., left the ship to report on board U.S.S. Chattanooga as members of a G.C.M.

USS Chattanooga - At 10:12 U.S.S. Chattanooga fired one gun and broke the Jack at the yard arm. At 1040 the U.S.S. Connecticut sood in, and anchored at 1107. At 1040 Rainbow hoisted junior Rear Admiral's flag. At 1020 U.S.S. Chauncey got underway and stood out.

USS Connecticut - At 10:12 U.S.S. Chattanooga fired one gun and broke the Jack at the yard arm. At 1040 the U.S.S. Connecticut sood in, and anchored at 1107. At 1040 Rainbow hoisted junior Rear Admiral's flag. At 1020 U.S.S. Chauncey got underway and stood out.

At 340 U.S.S. Chauncey stood in.

US Navy Collier Pompey - At 420 collier Pompey got underway and stood out. At 6:50 U.S.S. Georgia stood in and anchored.

USS Georgia - At 420 collier Pompey got underway and stood out. At 6:50 U.S.S. Georgia stood in and anchored.

USS Vermont - At 9:55 the Vermont stood out. At 1015 the Minnesota stood in and anchored.

USS Minnesota - At 9:55 the Vermont stood out. At 1015 the Minnesota stood in and anchored.


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4 November 1908


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6 November 1908


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8 November 1908

A. L. Adams (OS) - Absentees:- Adams, A.L. (O.S.), Dunn, E.A. (O.S.), Ross, A.T. (O.S.), Ryan, W.J. (Sea), Thomas, J.L. (C.P.), Barnes, J.L. (C.P.), Bye, C. (C.P.), Laraby, J. (F. 1C).

A. T. Ross (OS) - Absentees:- Adams, A.L. (O.S.), Dunn, E.A. (O.S.), Ross, A.T. (O.S.), Ryan, W.J. (Sea), Thomas, J.L. (C.P.), Barnes, J.L. (C.P.), Bye, C. (C.P.), Laraby, J. (F. 1C).

E. A. Dunn (OS) - Absentees:- Adams, A.L. (O.S.), Dunn, E.A. (O.S.), Ross, A.T. (O.S.), Ryan, W.J. (Sea), Thomas, J.L. (C.P.), Barnes, J.L. (C.P.), Bye, C. (C.P.), Laraby, J. (F. 1C).

J. Laraby (Fire 1c) - Absentees:- Adams, A.L. (O.S.), Dunn, E.A. (O.S.), Ross, A.T. (O.S.), Ryan, W.J. (Sea), Thomas, J.L. (C.P.), Barnes, J.L. (C.P.), Bye, C. (C.P.), Laraby, J. (F. 1C).

J. L. Barnes (CP) - Absentees:- Adams, A.L. (O.S.), Dunn, E.A. (O.S.), Ross, A.T. (O.S.), Ryan, W.J. (Sea), Thomas, J.L. (C.P.), Barnes, J.L. (C.P.), Bye, C. (C.P.), Laraby, J. (F. 1C).

C. Bye (CP) - Absentees:- Adams, A.L. (O.S.), Dunn, E.A. (O.S.), Ross, A.T. (O.S.), Ryan, W.J. (Sea), Thomas, J.L. (C.P.), Barnes, J.L. (C.P.), Bye, C. (C.P.), Laraby, J. (F. 1C).

J. L. Thomas (CP) - Absentees:- Adams, A.L. (O.S.), Dunn, E.A. (O.S.), Ross, A.T. (O.S.), Ryan, W.J. (Sea), Thomas, J.L. (C.P.), Barnes, J.L. (C.P.), Bye, C. (C.P.), Laraby, J. (F. 1C).

W. J. Ryan (Sea) - Absentees:- Adams, A.L. (O.S.), Dunn, E.A. (O.S.), Ross, A.T. (O.S.), Ryan, W.J. (Sea), Thomas, J.L. (C.P.), Barnes, J.L. (C.P.), Bye, C. (C.P.), Laraby, J. (F. 1C).

E. Lee (OS) - Following S.C.M. sentence, promulgated: Lee, E. (O.S.), solitary confinement on B.&W. for 10 days with full ration every third day and to lose one month's pay, amounting to $20.90.

USS Kearsarge - At 11:07 U.S.S. Kearsarge got underway and stood out. At 11:08 the U.S.S. Dale stood into Manila.

USS Dale - At 11:07 U.S.S. Kearsarge got underway and stood out. At 11:08 the U.S.S. Dale stood into Manila.

USS New Jersey - At 12:40 the U.S.S. Dale stood in and anchored. At 2:22 the U.S.S. New Jersey stood out from anchorage. At 3:40 the U.S.S. Relief stood in.

USS Relief - At 12:40 the U.S.S. Dale stood in and anchored. At 2:22 the U.S.S. New Jersey stood out from anchorage. At 3:40 the U.S.S. Relief stood in.

USS Relief - At 4:10 the U.S.S. Relief anchored.

E. A. Dunn (OS) - At 8:00 Dunn, A.E. (O.S.), returned on board 21 hours overtime, with certificate from Naval Y.M.C.A., Manila as to staying there over night. At 10:45 Adams, A. J. (O.S.), returned on board 48 hours over leave, with certificates from Naval Y.M.C.A., of Manila & Cavite. At 11:30 Thomas J. L. (C.P.), returned 24 hours over time having spent the night in Manila with no certificate from the Naval Y.M.C.A, and by order of Comdg. Officer was isolated pending investigation.

A. J. Adams (OS) - At 8:00 Dunn, A.E. (O.S.), returned on board 21 hours overtime, with certificate from Naval Y.M.C.A., Manila as to staying there over night. At 10:45 Adams, A. J. (O.S.), returned on board 48 hours over leave, with certificates from Naval Y.M.C.A., of Manila & Cavite. At 11:30 Thomas J. L. (C.P.), returned 24 hours over time having spent the night in Manila with no certificate from the Naval Y.M.C.A, and by order of Comdg. Officer was isolated pending investigation.

J. L. Thomas (CP) - At 8:00 Dunn, A.E. (O.S.), returned on board 21 hours overtime, with certificate from Naval Y.M.C.A., Manila as to staying there over night. At 10:45 Adams, A. J. (O.S.), returned on board 48 hours over leave, with certificates from Naval Y.M.C.A., of Manila & Cavite. At 11:30 Thomas J. L. (C.P.), returned 24 hours over time having spent the night in Manila with no certificate from the Naval Y.M.C.A, and by order of Comdg. Officer was isolated pending investigation.

D. C. Bosworth (OS) - Three canteens missing, responsibility, Bosworth, D.C.(O.S.), Gibson, E. T. (C.P.), and Arnold, H. (Sea.).

H. F. Fieldler (CP) - Liberty party returned. Absentees:- Fiedler, (Q.M. 3c), Kraus, (C.P.).

W. F. Kraus (CP) - Liberty party returned. Absentees:- Fiedler, (Q.M. 3c), Kraus, (C.P.).

E. T. Gibson (CP) - Three canteens missing, responsibility, Bosworth, D.C.(O.S.), Gibson, E. T. (C.P.), and Arnold, H. (Sea.).

Harry Arnold (Sea) - Three canteens missing, responsibility, Bosworth, D.C.(O.S.), Gibson, E. T. (C.P.), and Arnold, H. (Sea.).


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9 November 1908

Name. Rate. Offense. Punishment.

W. N. Edwards (OS) - Edwards,W. N. O.S. Clothes in lucky bag. 2nd. Class.

F. G. Lackland (Yeo 3c) - Lackland,F.G. Yeo.3c. " " " " " "

F. Speck (Sea) - Speck, F. Sea. " " " " " "

C. E. Revenaugh (OS) - Revenaugh,C.E. O.S. " " " " " "

W. E. Dye (OS) - Dye,W.E. O.S. " " " " 3rd. "

L. Remmele (OS) - Remmele,I. O.S. " " " " Cont. 4th. class.

R. J. McErlean (OS) - McErlean,R.J. O.S. " " " " 4th. class.

E. Lee (OS) - Lee,E. O.S. " " " " 1st. class.

D. C. Bosworth (OS) - Bosworth,D.C. O.S. " " " " 1st. class.

J. F. McCarthy (Bugler) - McCarthy,J.F. Bug. Losing canteen 4th class. 60 da.restr.

W. W. Maa (CP) - Maa,W. C.P. " " " " " " "

D. C. Bosworth (OS) - Bosworth,D.C. O.S. " " " " " " "

E. T. Gibson (CP) - Gibson,E.T. C.P. " " " " " " "

E. C. Fiedler (QM 2c) - Fiedler,E.C. Q.M.2c. " " " " " " "

W. J. Ryan (Sea) - Ryan,W.J. Sea. " " " " " " "

J. Simpson (OS) - Simpson,J. O.S. 12 Hrs. Overl.from special Leave. 4th.Class.30 da. dep.Lib.

D. Donaldson (Bkr 2c) - Donaldson,D. Bkr.2c. 24 Hrs.overleave 3rd.Class.21 da. " "

C. A. Mumper (Sea) - Mumper,C.A. Sea. 24 " " " " " " " "

A. L. Adams (OS) - Adams,A.L. O.S. 48 " " 4th Class.30 da. " "

E. A. Dunn (OS) - Dunn,E.A. O.S. 21 " " " " 21 " " "

W. J. Ryan (Sea) - Ryan,W.J. Sea. 331/2 Hrs. overleave. 3rd " 24 " " "

E. C. Fiedler (QM 2c) - Fiedler,E.C. Q.M.2c. 91/2 " 2nd " 14 " " "

W. F. Kraus (CP) - Kraus,W.F. C.P. " " " " " " " "

Mast reports Nov.9, 1908.


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9 November 1908

Sent first division to rifle range for rifle practice.

USS New Jersey - At 7:54 U.S.S. New Jersey stood out.

W. J. Ryan (Sea) - Ryan, W.J. (Sea), returned 33 1/2 hours overleave. Fieldler, E.C. (Q.M. 2C), Kraus, W.F. (C.P.), 9 1/2 hours overleave.

E. C. Fiedler (QM 2c) - Ryan, W.J. (Sea), returned 33 1/2 hours overleave. Fieldler, E.C. (Q.M. 2C), Kraus, W.F. (C.P.), 9 1/2 hours overleave.

W. F. Kraus (CP) - Ryan, W.J. (Sea), returned 33 1/2 hours overleave. Fieldler, E.C. (Q.M. 2C), Kraus, W.F. (C.P.), 9 1/2 hours overleave.

Sent firing party ashore to small arm target range.

USS Wisconsin - The Vermont and Wisconsin stood in and anchored off Sangley Pt. during watch, and the Minnesota and Yankton got underway and stood out.

USS Vermont - The Vermont and Wisconsin stood in and anchored off Sangley Pt. during watch, and the Minnesota and Yankton got underway and stood out.

USS Minnesota - The Vermont and Wisconsin stood in and anchored off Sangley Pt. during watch, and the Minnesota and Yankton got underway and stood out.

USS Yankton - The Vermont and Wisconsin stood in and anchored off Sangley Pt. during watch, and the Minnesota and Yankton got underway and stood out.

Held mast and punishments were awarded by Commanding Officer as per list.

USS Connecticut - The Connecticut Wisconsin and Louisania fired 13 gun salutes to flag officers.

Firing party returned. Sent liberty party ashore.

C. C. Boggs (Cox) - A port oil running light for steam launch was lost overboard by C.C. Boggs, (Cox.).

USS Louisiana - The Connecticut Wisconsin and Louisania fired 13 gun salutes to flag officers.

Liberty party returned.


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10 November 1908

US Naval Tug Piscataqua - The Piscataqua got underway and stood out with Frolic in tow at 6:35.

USS Frolic - The Piscataqua got underway and stood out with Frolic in tow at 6:35.

USS Shark - At 8:30 U.S.S. Shark, submarine torpedo boat stood out of Navy Yard for exercise. Vessels of Atlantic Fleet engaged in exercise on battle range. At 9:09 U.S.S. Chattanooga fired one gun and broke the Jack.

USS Chattanooga - At 8:30 U.S.S. Shark, submarine torpedo boat stood out of Navy Yard for exercise. Vessels of Atlantic Fleet engaged in exercise on battle range. At 9:09 U.S.S. Chattanooga fired one gun and broke the Jack.

J. Lewis (Fire 2c) - At 9:30 by order of Comdg. Officer released Lewis, J. (F.f. 2C), from confinement and restored him to duty.

USS Vermont - At 11:10 U.S.S. Chattanooga hauled down Jack. At 11:45 U.S.S. Vermont stood out.

USS Connecticut - At 1:00 the U.S.S. Connecticut stood out.

E. Lee (OS) - By order of Comdg. Officer placed Lee, E. (O.S.) , in solitary confinement for 10 days on bread and water, full ration every 3rd day, in accordance with sentence of S.C.M.

USS Porpoise - At 2:20 U.S.S. Porpoise left Cavite for exercise.

US Navy Collier Nanshan - At 4:10 the U.S.S. Nan Shan, collier stood out.

J. Laraby (Fire 1c) - At 6:30 Laraby, J. (F. 1C), returned on board under guard of C.M.A.A. from the San Lazaro hospital, Manila, 91 1/2 hours overtime; by order of Comdg. Officer, he was isolated in sailing launch astern.

USS Kentucky - At 6:17 the U.S.S. Kentucky stood in and anchored.

USS Georgia - At 9:35 U.S.S. Georgia flagship stood in and anchored.


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11 November 1908

US Naval Tug Piscataqua - At 8:25 tug Piscataqua stood out. At 925 U.S.S. General Alava stood out. At 930 U.S.S. Rainbow stood out from Manila and anchored at 10:43. At 11:00 Rainbow shifted berth. At 1155 U.S.S. Georgia stood in and anchored.

USS Rainbow - At 8:25 tug Piscataqua stood out. At 925 U.S.S. General Alava stood out. At 930 U.S.S. Rainbow stood out from Manila and anchored at 10:43. At 11:00 Rainbow shifted berth. At 1155 U.S.S. Georgia stood in and anchored.

USS General Alava - At 8:25 tug Piscataqua stood out. At 925 U.S.S. General Alava stood out. At 930 U.S.S. Rainbow stood out from Manila and anchored at 10:43. At 11:00 Rainbow shifted berth. At 1155 U.S.S. Georgia stood in and anchored.

USS Georgia - At 8:25 tug Piscataqua stood out. At 925 U.S.S. General Alava stood out. At 930 U.S.S. Rainbow stood out from Manila and anchored at 10:43. At 11:00 Rainbow shifted berth. At 1155 U.S.S. Georgia stood in and anchored.

US Navy Collier Nanshan - At 210 the collier Nan Shan stood in. At 225 U.S.S. Ohio stood in and anchored. At 250 U.S.S. Kansas stood in and anchored. At 315 U.S.S. Kentucky got underway and stood toward target range.

USS Ohio - At 210 the collier Nan Shan stood in. At 225 U.S.S. Ohio stood in and anchored. At 250 U.S.S. Kansas stood in and anchored. At 315 U.S.S. Kentucky got underway and stood toward target range.

USS Kansas - At 210 the collier Nan Shan stood in. At 225 U.S.S. Ohio stood in and anchored. At 250 U.S.S. Kansas stood in and anchored. At 315 U.S.S. Kentucky got underway and stood toward target range.

USS Kentucky - At 210 the collier Nan Shan stood in. At 225 U.S.S. Ohio stood in and anchored. At 250 U.S.S. Kansas stood in and anchored. At 315 U.S.S. Kentucky got underway and stood toward target range.

A. F. Stewart (CP) - At 500 assembled crew on quarter deck and promulgated following S.C.M. sentences. Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), solitary confinement for 10 days on bread and water with full ration every 3rd day and to lose one month's pay, amounting to $24.20. Spivak, S. (Sea), to be discharged from the service with a bad conduct discharge. By order of Comdg. Officer Stewart, A.F. (C.P.), was made a prisoner at large awaiting confinement, and Spivak, S. (Sea), was released from arrest awaiting transportation to the U.S.

S. Spivak (Sea) - At 500 assembled crew on quarter deck and promulgated following S.C.M. sentences. Stewart, A. F. (C.P.), solitary confinement for 10 days on bread and water with full ration every 3rd day and to lose one month's pay, amounting to $24.20. Spivak, S. (Sea), to be discharged from the service with a bad conduct discharge. By order of Comdg. Officer Stewart, A.F. (C.P.), was made a prisoner at large awaiting confinement, and Spivak, S. (Sea), was released from arrest awaiting transportation to the U.S.

At 650 U.S.S. Georgia stood out. At 730 U.S.S. Kentucky anchored.

At 8:45 U.S.S. Kentucky anchored. Liberty party returned.


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12 November 1908

Suspended the routine drill on account of officers being away witnessing target practice.

US Navy Collier Nanshan - The Nan Shan got underway and stood out at 915. The Kansas stood in and anchored at 10:20. The Missouri stood in and anchored at 1120.

USS Kansas - The Nan Shan got underway and stood out at 915. The Kansas stood in and anchored at 10:20. The Missouri stood in and anchored at 1120.

USS Missouri - The Nan Shan got underway and stood out at 915. The Kansas stood in and anchored at 10:20. The Missouri stood in and anchored at 1120.

USS Yankton - The Yankton stood in and anchored at 12:00. The Missouri got underway and stood out at 12:10.

B. Hunell (OS) - Hunell, B. (O.S.) was transferred to this vessel from the Rainbow with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers.

USS Wilmington - The Wilmington stood in and anchored at 5:45.

Sent liberty party ashore.

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13 November 1908

USS Shark - The U.S.S. Shark stood out from Cavite at 8:20.

USS Denver - At 10:45 the Comdg. Officer of the U.S.S. Denver visited this ship officially. The U.S.S. Missouri and U.S.S. Louisania stood in and anchored.

USS Louisiana - At 10:45 the Comdg. Officer of the U.S.S. Denver visited this ship officially. The U.S.S. Missouri and U.S.S. Louisania stood in and anchored.

USS Missouri - At 10:45 the Comdg. Officer of the U.S.S. Denver visited this ship officially. The U.S.S. Missouri and U.S.S. Louisania stood in and anchored.

At 11:25 the U.S.S. Missouri shifted berth.

USS Rainbow - At 1:00 U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 13 guns which was answered by 13 guns from the U.S.S. Louisania. At 1:25 the U.S.S. Nan Shan, collier, stood in and anchored.

US Navy Collier Nanshan - At 1:00 U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 13 guns which was answered by 13 guns from the U.S.S. Louisania. At 1:25 the U.S.S. Nan Shan, collier, stood in and anchored.

J. L. Thomas (CP) - At 320 by order of the Comdg Officer, released Thomas, J.L. (C.P.), from confinement in sailing launch astern.

USS Kearsarge - At 345 U.S.S. Kearsarge got underway and stood out.

USS Illinois - At 430 U.S.S. Illinois stood in and anchored at 455.


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14 November 1908

J. C. Hicks (Chief GunM) - Transferred the following men to the U.S.S. Independence via U.S.A.T. Thomas, with bags, hammocks and necessary papers: Hicks, J.C. (C.G.M), Matson, G.E. (Q.M.3C.), Loomis, L.A. (GM. 3c), Metzenhuber, T: (Sea), Spivak, S. (Sea).

G. E. Matson (QM 3c) - Transferred the following men to the U.S.S. Independence via U.S.A.T. Thomas, with bags, hammocks and necessary papers: Hicks, J.C. (C.G.M), Matson, G.E. (Q.M.3C.), Loomis, L.A. (GM. 3c), Metzenhuber, T: (Sea), Spivak, S. (Sea).

L. A. Loomis (GunM 3c) - Transferred the following men to the U.S.S. Independence via U.S.A.T. Thomas, with bags, hammocks and necessary papers: Hicks, J.C. (C.G.M), Matson, G.E. (Q.M.3C.), Loomis, L.A. (GM. 3c), Metzenhuber, T: (Sea), Spivak, S. (Sea).

F. Metzenhuber (Sea) - Transferred the following men to the U.S.S. Independence via U.S.A.T. Thomas, with bags, hammocks and necessary papers: Hicks, J.C. (C.G.M), Matson, G.E. (Q.M.3C.), Loomis, L.A. (GM. 3c), Metzenhuber, T: (Sea), Spivak, S. (Sea).

S. Spivak (Sea) - Transferred the following men to the U.S.S. Independence via U.S.A.T. Thomas, with bags, hammocks and necessary papers: Hicks, J.C. (C.G.M), Matson, G.E. (Q.M.3C.), Loomis, L.A. (GM. 3c), Metzenhuber, T: (Sea), Spivak, S. (Sea).

USS Denver - The Comdg. Officer called officially on the Comdg Officers of the Denver and Wilmington.

Field day.

USS Wilmington - The Comdg. Officer called officially on the Comdg Officers of the Denver and Wilmington.

Cloudy and pleasant, indications of a distant typhoon.

US Army Transport Thomas - The Army transport Thomas stood out of Manila.

Sent liberty party ashore.

Liberty party returned.


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15 November 1908

M. E. Farris (Fire 1c) - Farris, M. E. (F 1c), and Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), returned 1 1/2 hours overtime.

A. E. Dumas (Fire 1c) - Farris, M. E. (F 1c), and Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), returned 1 1/2 hours overtime.

B. W. Anderson (CP) - At 820 Anderson, B.W. (C.P.), returned on board 9 1/2 hours overleave with a certificate from the Manila Y.M.C.A. that he had slept there.

USS Relief - At 9:07 U.S.S. Relief got underway and stood out of the harbor.

J. Laraby (Fire 1c) - By order of Comdg Officer, Laraby, J. (F. 1c), was released from quarantine.

B. L. Bishop (CP) - Bishop, B. L. (C.P.), was this day sent to the U.S.Naval Hospital, Canacao, P.I. with bag, and necessary transfer papers.

B. A. Walker (GunM 1c) - Following changes in rating made by the Comdg. Officer, dating from Nov. 14, '08: Walker, B. A. (G.M. 1c), acting appointment as C.G.M.- Schorz, L. (Sea), acting appointment as (Q.M. 3c.

L. Schorz (Sea) - Following changes in rating made by the Comdg. Officer, dating from Nov. 14, '08: Walker, B. A. (G.M. 1c), acting appointment as C.G.M.- Schorz, L. (Sea), acting appointment as (Q.M. 3c.

USS Minnesota - At 10:25 U.S.S. Minnesota stood in and anchored. At 1110 collier Iris stood out.

US Navy Collier Iris - At 10:25 U.S.S. Minnesota stood in and anchored. At 1110 collier Iris stood out.

USS Chauncey - At 1255 U.S.S. Chauncey stood out. At 1:20 U.S.S. Louisana stood in and anchored. At 1:10 U.S.S. Illinois stood out toward target range,. At 115 U.S.S. Piscataqua stood in and anchored. At 145 U.S.S. Dale stood in and at 215 stood out. At 300 U.S.S. Piscataqua got underway and stood out. At 310 U.S.S. Kentucky stood in and anchored. At 320 U.S.S. Minnesota stood out toward the range. At 340 U.S.S. Louisana stood out.

USS Louisiana - At 1255 U.S.S. Chauncey stood out. At 1:20 U.S.S. Louisana stood in and anchored. At 1:10 U.S.S. Illinois stood out toward target range,. At 115 U.S.S. Piscataqua stood in and anchored. At 145 U.S.S. Dale stood in and at 215 stood out. At 300 U.S.S. Piscataqua got underway and stood out. At 310 U.S.S. Kentucky stood in and anchored. At 320 U.S.S. Minnesota stood out toward the range. At 340 U.S.S. Louisana stood out.

USS Illinois - At 1255 U.S.S. Chauncey stood out. At 1:20 U.S.S. Louisana stood in and anchored. At 1:10 U.S.S. Illinois stood out toward target range,. At 115 U.S.S. Piscataqua stood in and anchored. At 145 U.S.S. Dale stood in and at 215 stood out. At 300 U.S.S. Piscataqua got underway and stood out. At 310 U.S.S. Kentucky stood in and anchored. At 320 U.S.S. Minnesota stood out toward the range. At 340 U.S.S. Louisana stood out.

US Naval Tug Piscataqua - At 1255 U.S.S. Chauncey stood out. At 1:20 U.S.S. Louisana stood in and anchored. At 1:10 U.S.S. Illinois stood out toward target range,. At 115 U.S.S. Piscataqua stood in and anchored. At 145 U.S.S. Dale stood in and at 215 stood out. At 300 U.S.S. Piscataqua got underway and stood out. At 310 U.S.S. Kentucky stood in and anchored. At 320 U.S.S. Minnesota stood out toward the range. At 340 U.S.S. Louisana stood out.

USS Dale - At 1255 U.S.S. Chauncey stood out. At 1:20 U.S.S. Louisana stood in and anchored. At 1:10 U.S.S. Illinois stood out toward target range,. At 115 U.S.S. Piscataqua stood in and anchored. At 145 U.S.S. Dale stood in and at 215 stood out. At 300 U.S.S. Piscataqua got underway and stood out. At 310 U.S.S. Kentucky stood in and anchored. At 320 U.S.S. Minnesota stood out toward the range. At 340 U.S.S. Louisana stood out.

USS Kentucky - At 1255 U.S.S. Chauncey stood out. At 1:20 U.S.S. Louisana stood in and anchored. At 1:10 U.S.S. Illinois stood out toward target range,. At 115 U.S.S. Piscataqua stood in and anchored. At 145 U.S.S. Dale stood in and at 215 stood out. At 300 U.S.S. Piscataqua got underway and stood out. At 310 U.S.S. Kentucky stood in and anchored. At 320 U.S.S. Minnesota stood out toward the range. At 340 U.S.S. Louisana stood out.

US Naval Tug Wompatuck - At 415 U.S.S. Wompatuck stood in and anchored. At 445 U.S.S. Connecticut stood in and anchored. At 730 U.S.S. Illinois stood in and anchored.

USS Connecticut - At 415 U.S.S. Wompatuck stood in and anchored. At 445 U.S.S. Connecticut stood in and anchored. At 730 U.S.S. Illinois stood in and anchored.

O. M. Fritche (Shipwright) - Fritche, O.M. (Shwt.), and Burns, S. (C.P.), failed to return to the ship at the expiration of their leave.

S. Burns (CP) - Fritche, O.M. (Shwt.), and Burns, S. (C.P.), failed to return to the ship at the expiration of their leave.


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16 November 1908

USS Illinois - At 615 U.S.S. Illinois got underway and stood out. At 7:50 U.S.S. Decatur stood in and anchored. At 755 U.S.S. Connecticut got underway and stood out toward target range.

USS Decatur - At 615 U.S.S. Illinois got underway and stood out. At 7:50 U.S.S. Decatur stood in and anchored. At 755 U.S.S. Connecticut got underway and stood out toward target range.

USS Connecticut - At 615 U.S.S. Illinois got underway and stood out. At 7:50 U.S.S. Decatur stood in and anchored. At 755 U.S.S. Connecticut got underway and stood out toward target range.

USS Yankton - At 9:35 the U.S.S. Yankton stood in and anchored. At 1030 the U.S.S. Decatur stood out.

O. M. Fritzche (Shipwright) - Fritzche, O.M. (Shwt), and Burns, S. (C.P.), returned 9 1/2 hours overtime.

S. Burns (CP) - Fritzche, O.M. (Shwt), and Burns, S. (C.P.), returned 9 1/2 hours overtime.

John L. Thomas (CP) - At 1:15 served specifications for the trial by S.C.M. on John L. Thomas, (C.P.)

At 5:10 #1 typhoon signal was hoisted on signal station at Navy Yard.

USS Denver - U.S.S. Denver shifted berth at 5:30. At 5:45 U.S.S. Chauncey stood in and anchored.


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17 November 1908

At 6:10 the U.S. First torpedo flotilla stood out.

USS Nebraska - At 7:25 U.S.S. Nebraska stood out.

Ensign John A. Mandeville USN - At 10.10 S.C.M. of which Ensign J. A. Mandeville is senior member met and tried case of John L. Thomas, (C.P.), for absence overleave and violation of Squadron special order #3. Court adjourned to await orders from the convening authority at 10:30.

John L. Thomas (CP) - At 10.10 S.C.M. of which Ensign J. A. Mandeville is senior member met and tried case of John L. Thomas, (C.P.), for absence overleave and violation of Squadron special order #3. Court adjourned to await orders from the convening authority at 10:30.

USS General Alava - At 1:00 U.S.S. General Alava stood in and anchored. At 3:40 U.S.S. Porpoise stood into Navy Yard after a trial surface run.

USS Porpoise - At 1:00 U.S.S. General Alava stood in and anchored. At 3:40 U.S.S. Porpoise stood into Navy Yard after a trial surface run.

USS Kearsarge - At 5:00 U.S.S. Kearsarge stood in and anchored. At 715 the U.S.S. Helena stood in and anchored.

USS Helena - At 5:00 U.S.S. Kearsarge stood in and anchored. At 715 the U.S.S. Helena stood in and anchored.


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18 November 1908


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19 November 1908

coal: 229 tons -


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20 November 1908


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21 November 1908


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Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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22 November 1908


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cavite p i enroute to and at anchor off olongapo pi

Lat 56.4, Long -5.5


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22 November 1908


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Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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23 November 1908


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Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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24 November 1908


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Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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25 November 1908


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25 November 1908


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in dry dock at olongapo pi

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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26 November 1908


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Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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27 November 1908


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Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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28 November 1908


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Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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29 November 1908


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Lat 22.4, Long 114.2


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30 November 1908



LOGS FOR DECEMBER 1908


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1 December 1908

USS General Alava - At 715 the U.S.S. General Alava got unerway and stood out. At 750 the U.S.S. Manadnock got underway and stood toward dry dock.

Sent 4 men to rifle range.

USS Monadnock - At 715 the U.S.S. General Alava got unerway and stood out. At 750 the U.S.S. Manadnock got underway and stood toward dry dock.

Sent six men to rifle range, and nine returned.

W. R. Dage (OS) - Dage, W.R. (O.S.), was brought aboard drunk, under guard of a civilian, and, by order of Commanding Officer was confined for safe keeping. Resch, H. (Sea.), and Getchell, C. (O.S.), lost an ash bucket over-board.

H. M. Resch (Sea) - Dage, W.R. (O.S.), was brought aboard drunk, under guard of a civilian, and, by order of Commanding Officer was confined for safe keeping. Resch, H. (Sea.), and Getchell, C. (O.S.), lost an ash bucket over-board.

C. Getchell (OS) - Dage, W.R. (O.S.), was brought aboard drunk, under guard of a civilian, and, by order of Commanding Officer was confined for safe keeping. Resch, H. (Sea.), and Getchell, C. (O.S.), lost an ash bucket over-board.

Eight men returned from rifle range.


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2 December 1908

At 9:15 the ash lighter shoved off with 93 buckets of ashes. At 10:00 received water barge alongside and took on board from her 9 tons of fresh water in the Steam Engineering Dep't. for steaming purposes.

USS Cleveland - At 1000 the Captain of the Cleveland called officially on the Commanding Officer.

US Naval Tug Wompatuck - At 9:10 the Wompatuck stood in and went alongside the dock. At 2:45 the General Alava stood in and went alongside the dock.

USS General Alava - At 9:10 the Wompatuck stood in and went alongside the dock. At 2:45 the General Alava stood in and went alongside the dock.

All the landing party returned, one rifle and one revolver missing.

L. C. Verhulst (OS) - Verhulst, L.C. (O.S.), reported on board with bag, hammock and necessary papers from the U.S. Naval Hospital, Cavite, P.I.

Midshipman A. E. Lichtenstein USN - Mid'n. E. A. Lichenstein, U.S.N., was this day detached from the U.S.S. Concord and ordered to the U.S.S. Monadnock for duty on board that vessel, and additional duty in connection with the commissioning and placing in reserve of the U.S.S. Monterey by order of the Commander of the 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet.


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Lat 56.4, Long -5.5


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3 December 1908

la monja island

Lat 14.7, Long 120.2

W. R. Dage (OS) - Dage, W.R. (O.S.), was released from confinement by order of the Captain.

E. J. Stauffer (MAA 3c) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and necessary papers from the U.S.S. Nebraska the following men: Stauffer, E.J. (M.A.A. 3C.), Farrel, W.H. (Q.M. 3C), Grover, W.L. (Yeo. 3C.).

W. H. Farrel (QM 3c) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and necessary papers from the U.S.S. Nebraska the following men: Stauffer, E.J. (M.A.A. 3C.), Farrel, W.H. (Q.M. 3C), Grover, W.L. (Yeo. 3C.).

By order of the Comdg. Officer, placed Dage, W.R. (O.S.), in confinement in single irons for safe keeping. Made all preparations for getting underway. At 11:13 got underway, draft for'd, 12'8", aft 15'10" - steered various courses standing out of Subic Bay, the Captain conning, the Navigator on the bridge. At 11:53 put over patent log reading 48.0. At end of watch steaming singly under 3 boilers making best possible speed, on course S.S.W.1/4W. (p.s.c.).

W. L. Grover (Yeo 3c) - Received on board with bags, hammocks and necessary papers from the U.S.S. Nebraska the following men: Stauffer, E.J. (M.A.A. 3C.), Farrel, W.H. (Q.M. 3C), Grover, W.L. (Yeo. 3C.).

At 12:59 Pandil Island abeam, patent log reading 60.3, distance 3.6 miles.

At 3:05 La Monja Island abeam, patent log reading 83.4, distance .4 miles.

At end of watch steaming singly, under three boilers at full speed, on course W.69oE. (p.s.c.) standing toward Cavite. Passed several small sailing vessels during watch.


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Lat 56.4, Long -5.5


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3 December 1908

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Standing into Manila Bay on various courses, the Captain conning, the Navigator on the bridge until 5:45 when anchored in Cavite harbor in 4 1/2 fathoms of water with 30 fathoms on starbroad chain.

At 5:50 the Captain left the ship and called officially on the Commander of the 3rd Squadron Pacific Fleet.

The stem of the gig was damaged by a collision with a Navy Yard launch.

C. S. Chapman (Chief Mach) - Received on board from the U.S.S. Charleston, with bags, hammocks and necessary papers, the following men: Chapman, C. S. (C.M.M.), Besande, E. (Com. Std.), Kimbal, A.G. (Elec. 3c), Mott, P.L. (Ptr, 3c)

P. L. Mott (Paint 3c) - Received on board from the U.S.S. Charleston, with bags, hammocks and necessary papers, the following men: Chapman, C. S. (C.M.M.), Besande, E. (Com. Std.), Kimbal, A.G. (Elec. 3c), Mott, P.L. (Ptr, 3c)

E. Besande (Com Std) - Received on board from the U.S.S. Charleston, with bags, hammocks and necessary papers, the following men: Chapman, C. S. (C.M.M.), Besande, E. (Com. Std.), Kimbal, A.G. (Elec. 3c), Mott, P.L. (Ptr, 3c)

A. G. Kimbal (Elec 3c) - Received on board from the U.S.S. Charleston, with bags, hammocks and necessary papers, the following men: Chapman, C. S. (C.M.M.), Besande, E. (Com. Std.), Kimbal, A.G. (Elec. 3c), Mott, P.L. (Ptr, 3c)


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4 December 1908

USS Rainbow - At 3:00 the U.S.S. Rainbow, Flagship, and the U.S.S. Chattanooga got underway and proceeded to sea.

USS Chattanooga - At 3:00 the U.S.S. Rainbow, Flagship, and the U.S.S. Chattanooga got underway and proceeded to sea.

USS Charleston - At 530 the U.S.S. Charleston began coaling.

USS Bainbridge - At 805 U.S.S. Bainbridge stood in and anchored at 815.

USS General Alava - At 920 U.S.S. General Alava stood out. At 905 the Comdg. Officer of the U.S.S. Charleston called officially upon the Captain. At 9:50 the U.S.S. Bainbridge got underway and stood out. At 11:35 U.S.S. Pompey shifted berth. At 11:45 the Captain made an official call upon the Comdg. Officer of the U.S.S. Charleston.

US Navy Collier Pompey - At 920 U.S.S. General Alava stood out. At 905 the Comdg. Officer of the U.S.S. Charleston called officially upon the Captain. At 9:50 the U.S.S. Bainbridge got underway and stood out. At 11:35 U.S.S. Pompey shifted berth. At 11:45 the Captain made an official call upon the Comdg. Officer of the U.S.S. Charleston.

One box lantern reported lost in dry-dock.

T. Lynch Jnr. (Baker 2c) - By order of the 3rd Squardon Comdr., the rating of Lynch, T. J. (Bkr. 2c), was changed to O.S.

Llyod (BosM 1c) - Received from Navy Yard with baggage and necessary papers, Lloyd, (B.M. 1C), for safe keeping.


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5 December 1908

USS Rainbow - At 315 the U.S.S. Rainbow stood in and anchored.

USS Chauncey - At 850 the Rainbow shifted berth. The "Chauncey" stood in and anchored at 9:20. At 9:20 the "Pompey" got underway and stood out. At 955 a G.C.M. met on board the "Denver." The "Cleveland" stood in and anchored at 1150. At 11:50 the "Chauncey" got underway and stood out.

US Navy Collier Pompey - At 850 the Rainbow shifted berth. The "Chauncey" stood in and anchored at 9:20. At 9:20 the "Pompey" got underway and stood out. At 955 a G.C.M. met on board the "Denver." The "Cleveland" stood in and anchored at 1150. At 11:50 the "Chauncey" got underway and stood out.

USS Cleveland - At 850 the Rainbow shifted berth. The "Chauncey" stood in and anchored at 9:20. At 9:20 the "Pompey" got underway and stood out. At 955 a G.C.M. met on board the "Denver." The "Cleveland" stood in and anchored at 1150. At 11:50 the "Chauncey" got underway and stood out.

USS Denver - At 850 the Rainbow shifted berth. The "Chauncey" stood in and anchored at 9:20. At 9:20 the "Pompey" got underway and stood out. At 955 a G.C.M. met on board the "Denver." The "Cleveland" stood in and anchored at 1150. At 11:50 the "Chauncey" got underway and stood out.

Ensign A. W. Sears USN - Ensign A. W. Sears, U.S.N., came on board in a surveying the Steam Engineering Dept.

Sent liberty party ashore.

At 5:45 No.; 1 typhoon signal was hauled down. At 550 No. 3 typhoon signal was hoisted.


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6 December 1908

Barometer falling rapidly. Rough sea from N.W.W.

At 8:00 wind freshened to strong gale and at 8:20 ship began to drag anchor, when let go port anchor and veered both chains to 35 fathoms starboard chain and 45 fathoms port chain. At 9:30 started fires under boiler "B". Moved engines under boiler "A" alternately to take strain off chains and to prevent fouling "Rainbow's" chain when swinging. At 11:12 got underway and shifted to former berth under boiler "A" on various courses, the Commanding officer and Navigator conning. At 11:30 anchored in 4 1/2 fathoms water with 90 fathoms starboard chain and 45 fathoms port chain on bearings as follows: - Shear legs S.W. (p.s.c.), Sangley Pt. Lt. W. 3/4N (p.s.c.)

Gentle to moderate breezes from South to S.E. Barometer rising. Secured main engines and banked fires in boiler B.

Riding to open hawse.


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7 December 1908

E. Clark (Sea) - Absentees: Clark, E. (Sea.), Anrold, H. (Sea.), Pierce, J.H. (Blkr.).

J. H. Pierce (Boiler Mkr) - Absentees: Clark, E. (Sea.), Anrold, H. (Sea.), Pierce, J.H. (Blkr.).

Harry Arnold (Sea) - Absentees: Clark, E. (Sea.), Anrold, H. (Sea.), Pierce, J.H. (Blkr.).

USS General Alava - At 925 U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood out. At 950 U.S.S. Bainbridge stood in and anchored. At 10:25 U.S.S. Denver fired one gun and broke the jack at the yard arm. At 1050 U.S.S. Cleveland fired a salute of 13 guns. At 1125 G.C.M. on board U.S.S. Denver adjourned.

USS Bainbridge - At 925 U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood out. At 950 U.S.S. Bainbridge stood in and anchored. At 10:25 U.S.S. Denver fired one gun and broke the jack at the yard arm. At 1050 U.S.S. Cleveland fired a salute of 13 guns. At 1125 G.C.M. on board U.S.S. Denver adjourned.

USS Denver - At 925 U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood out. At 950 U.S.S. Bainbridge stood in and anchored. At 10:25 U.S.S. Denver fired one gun and broke the jack at the yard arm. At 1050 U.S.S. Cleveland fired a salute of 13 guns. At 1125 G.C.M. on board U.S.S. Denver adjourned.

USS Cleveland - At 925 U.S.S. General Alava got underway and stood out. At 950 U.S.S. Bainbridge stood in and anchored. At 10:25 U.S.S. Denver fired one gun and broke the jack at the yard arm. At 1050 U.S.S. Cleveland fired a salute of 13 guns. At 1125 G.C.M. on board U.S.S. Denver adjourned.

US Navy Collier Pompey - At 1:50 U.S.S. Bainbridge got underway and stood out. At 215 U.S.S. Pompey stood in and anchored.

Eccentric strap of steamer broken and replaced by new one.


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8 December 1908

USS Decatur - At 755 the U.S.S. Decatur stood in.

J. B. Gale (Plumb & Fitter) - Absentees: Gale, J.B. (P.&F), Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), Schorz, L. (QM. 3c), Fredericks, J.E. (Elec. 2c), Anderson, B.W. (C.P.), Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), Morgan, H.L. (C.P.), McDevitt, J. (C.P.), McDermott, A.B. (Oil.), Jeske, H.G. (C.P.).

Liberty party returned.

H. J. Sanders (OS) - Absentees: Gale, J.B. (P.&F), Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), Schorz, L. (QM. 3c), Fredericks, J.E. (Elec. 2c), Anderson, B.W. (C.P.), Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), Morgan, H.L. (C.P.), McDevitt, J. (C.P.), McDermott, A.B. (Oil.), Jeske, H.G. (C.P.).

B. W. Anderson (CP) - Absentees: Gale, J.B. (P.&F), Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), Schorz, L. (QM. 3c), Fredericks, J.E. (Elec. 2c), Anderson, B.W. (C.P.), Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), Morgan, H.L. (C.P.), McDevitt, J. (C.P.), McDermott, A.B. (Oil.), Jeske, H.G. (C.P.).

A. E. Dumas (Fire 1c) - Absentees: Gale, J.B. (P.&F), Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), Schorz, L. (QM. 3c), Fredericks, J.E. (Elec. 2c), Anderson, B.W. (C.P.), Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), Morgan, H.L. (C.P.), McDevitt, J. (C.P.), McDermott, A.B. (Oil.), Jeske, H.G. (C.P.).

L. Schorz (QM 3c) - Absentees: Gale, J.B. (P.&F), Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), Schorz, L. (QM. 3c), Fredericks, J.E. (Elec. 2c), Anderson, B.W. (C.P.), Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), Morgan, H.L. (C.P.), McDevitt, J. (C.P.), McDermott, A.B. (Oil.), Jeske, H.G. (C.P.).

J. E. Fredericks (Elec 3c) - Absentees: Gale, J.B. (P.&F), Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), Schorz, L. (QM. 3c), Fredericks, J.E. (Elec. 2c), Anderson, B.W. (C.P.), Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), Morgan, H.L. (C.P.), McDevitt, J. (C.P.), McDermott, A.B. (Oil.), Jeske, H.G. (C.P.).

J. D. McDevitt (CP) - Absentees: Gale, J.B. (P.&F), Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), Schorz, L. (QM. 3c), Fredericks, J.E. (Elec. 2c), Anderson, B.W. (C.P.), Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), Morgan, H.L. (C.P.), McDevitt, J. (C.P.), McDermott, A.B. (Oil.), Jeske, H.G. (C.P.).

A. B. McDermott (Fire 1c) - Absentees: Gale, J.B. (P.&F), Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), Schorz, L. (QM. 3c), Fredericks, J.E. (Elec. 2c), Anderson, B.W. (C.P.), Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), Morgan, H.L. (C.P.), McDevitt, J. (C.P.), McDermott, A.B. (Oil.), Jeske, H.G. (C.P.).

H. L. Morgan (CP) - Absentees: Gale, J.B. (P.&F), Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), Schorz, L. (QM. 3c), Fredericks, J.E. (Elec. 2c), Anderson, B.W. (C.P.), Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), Morgan, H.L. (C.P.), McDevitt, J. (C.P.), McDermott, A.B. (Oil.), Jeske, H.G. (C.P.).

H. G. Jeske (CP) - Absentees: Gale, J.B. (P.&F), Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), Schorz, L. (QM. 3c), Fredericks, J.E. (Elec. 2c), Anderson, B.W. (C.P.), Dumas, A.E. (F. 1c), Morgan, H.L. (C.P.), McDevitt, J. (C.P.), McDermott, A.B. (Oil.), Jeske, H.G. (C.P.).

USS Decatur - The "Decatur" stood in and anchored at 9:05.

At 1145 the "Decatur" got underway and stood out. An ammunition lighter came alongside at 10:10 and left at 11:50. Received on board in Ordnance Dept. 122 VI" powder charges index #295, 5 VI" powder charges index #366, 61 VI" blind shell, 3600 .30 cal., and 6000 .38 cal.

Catted port anchor and hove in to 45 fathoms on starboard chain.

USS Galveston - The " Galveston " got underway at 4:30 and anchored in former berth at 6:28.


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9 December 1908

The Commanding Officer issued the following punishments at mas this day.

A. Casewell (Sea) - Casewell,A. Sea . 1 Hr. Overl. Dep. 1.lib.

R. H. Ley (Yeo 3c) - Ley,R.H. Yeo.3c. Allowing men to loaf in Office. Red. to 1st.Cl.

M. E. Farris (Fire 1c) - Farris,M.E. F.1c. 1 1/2 Hr. Overl. Dep. 1. Lib.

S. Burns (CP) - Burns,S. C.P. 9 1/2 " " 14 Da. Rest. 2nd Cl.

O. M. Fritzsche (Shipwright) - Fritzsche,O.M. S.W. 9 1/2 " " " " " " "

R. J. McErlean (OS) - McErlean,R.J. O.S. Being absent from station without being properly relieved. 30 Da. rerst.con.4th Cl.

J. D. McDevitt (CP) - McDevitt,J. C.P. Shirking duty. 5 da. sol.conf. McDevitt,J. C.P. 7 hr. overl. 14 Da. Rest. 3rd Cl. McDevitt,J. C.P. 24 1/2 Hr.Overl. 24 " " 4th "

Ralph Arthur Meigs (Paint 2c) - Meigs,R.A. Ptr.2c. Under the influ- ence of intoxicating liquor on target range not having been on liberty. 60 da. rest. 4th Cl.

C. A. Mumper (Sea) - Mumper,C.A. Sea. Leaving boat ashore without permission. Reduced to 4th cl. from third.

C. L. Frans (Sea) - Frans,C.L. Sea. Leaving boat ashore without permission. Reduced to 1st cl. from special.

B. W. Anderson (CP) - Anderson,B.W. C.P. 9 1/2 Hr.Overl. 14 da.rest.2nd Cl. Anderson,B.W. C.P. 24 1/2 Hr. Overl. 24 da. " 3rd Cl.

E. Clark (Sea) - Clark,E. Sea. 56 Hr.Overl. 34 " " 4th Cl.


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9 December 1908

USS Galveston - The "Galveston" shifted berth at 6:28. The "Albatross " stood over from Manila and anchored at 7:45.

USS Albatross - The "Galveston" shifted berth at 6:28. The "Albatross " stood over from Manila and anchored at 7:45.

USS Decatur - At 850 the U.S.S. Decatur stood in and anchored. At 9:55 the U.S.S. General Alava stood out.

USS General Alava - At 850 the U.S.S. Decatur stood in and anchored. At 9:55 the U.S.S. General Alava stood out.

J. Laraby (Fire 1c) - Marched all hands aft and published the sentence in S.C.M. of Laraby, J. (F. 1c.), - 9 1/2 hours overleave and disobeying Squadron Special order #3. Sentence:- solitary confinement on B.&W. for 30 days, full ration every 3rd day and to lose pay amounting to $106.50 and Thomas, J.L. (C.P.), 24 hours overleave and disobeying Squadron Special order #3. - solitary confinement on B.&W. for 30 days, full ration every third day and to lose pay amounting to $63.60.

John L. Thomas (CP) - Marched all hands aft and published the sentence in S.C.M. of Laraby, J. (F. 1c.), - 9 1/2 hours overleave and disobeying Squadron Special order #3. Sentence:- solitary confinement on B.&W. for 30 days, full ration every 3rd day and to lose pay amounting to $106.50 and Thomas, J.L. (C.P.), 24 hours overleave and disobeying Squadron Special order #3. - solitary confinement on B.&W. for 30 days, full ration every third day and to lose pay amounting to $63.60.

USS Porpoise - At 9:20 U.S.S. Porpoise, submarine, stood out from Navy Yard for exercise. At 10:05 a G.C.M. met on board the U.S.S. Denver. At 1015 the U.S.S. Decatur stood out. At 1050 the U.S.S. Alexander moored alongside the coal dock at Sangley Pt. At 11:00 the Comdr. of the third Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet transferred his flag from the U.S.S. Rainbow, which ship fired a salute of 13 guns, to the U.S.S. Charleston, Flagship, being saluted wth 13 guns.

USS Denver - At 9:20 U.S.S. Porpoise, submarine, stood out from Navy Yard for exercise. At 10:05 a G.C.M. met on board the U.S.S. Denver. At 1015 the U.S.S. Decatur stood out. At 1050 the U.S.S. Alexander moored alongside the coal dock at Sangley Pt. At 11:00 the Comdr. of the third Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet transferred his flag from the U.S.S. Rainbow, which ship fired a salute of 13 guns, to the U.S.S. Charleston, Flagship, being saluted wth 13 guns.

USS Alexander - At 9:20 U.S.S. Porpoise, submarine, stood out from Navy Yard for exercise. At 10:05 a G.C.M. met on board the U.S.S. Denver. At 1015 the U.S.S. Decatur stood out. At 1050 the U.S.S. Alexander moored alongside the coal dock at Sangley Pt. At 11:00 the Comdr. of the third Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet transferred his flag from the U.S.S. Rainbow, which ship fired a salute of 13 guns, to the U.S.S. Charleston, Flagship, being saluted wth 13 guns.

USS Rainbow - At 9:20 U.S.S. Porpoise, submarine, stood out from Navy Yard for exercise. At 10:05 a G.C.M. met on board the U.S.S. Denver. At 1015 the U.S.S. Decatur stood out. At 1050 the U.S.S. Alexander moored alongside the coal dock at Sangley Pt. At 11:00 the Comdr. of the third Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet transferred his flag from the U.S.S. Rainbow, which ship fired a salute of 13 guns, to the U.S.S. Charleston, Flagship, being saluted wth 13 guns.

USS Charleston - At 9:20 U.S.S. Porpoise, submarine, stood out from Navy Yard for exercise. At 10:05 a G.C.M. met on board the U.S.S. Denver. At 1015 the U.S.S. Decatur stood out. At 1050 the U.S.S. Alexander moored alongside the coal dock at Sangley Pt. At 11:00 the Comdr. of the third Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet transferred his flag from the U.S.S. Rainbow, which ship fired a salute of 13 guns, to the U.S.S. Charleston, Flagship, being saluted wth 13 guns.

The Captain awarded the following punishments:- (list appended).

At 4:15 U.S.S. Albatross stood out. At 420 U.S.S. Galveston proceeded to target range. Transferred ship's chronometers #A, B, & C. to the G.S.K. Cavite, P.I.

H. J. Sanders (OS) - At 10:30 the following men returned from liberty:- Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), 38 1/2 hrs overtime, Schorz, L. (Q.M. 3c), 38 1/2 hrs. overtime, Pierce, J.H. (Blkr.), 86 1/2 hrs. overtime, Arnold, H. (Sea.), 86 1/2 hrs. overtime.

Exercised searchlights from 8:00 to 8:20 following motion of Flagship.

L. Schorz (QM 3c) - At 10:30 the following men returned from liberty:- Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), 38 1/2 hrs overtime, Schorz, L. (Q.M. 3c), 38 1/2 hrs. overtime, Pierce, J.H. (Blkr.), 86 1/2 hrs. overtime, Arnold, H. (Sea.), 86 1/2 hrs. overtime.

J. H. Pierce (Boiler Mkr) - At 10:30 the following men returned from liberty:- Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), 38 1/2 hrs overtime, Schorz, L. (Q.M. 3c), 38 1/2 hrs. overtime, Pierce, J.H. (Blkr.), 86 1/2 hrs. overtime, Arnold, H. (Sea.), 86 1/2 hrs. overtime.

Harry Arnold (Sea) - At 10:30 the following men returned from liberty:- Sanders, H.J. (O.S.), 38 1/2 hrs overtime, Schorz, L. (Q.M. 3c), 38 1/2 hrs. overtime, Pierce, J.H. (Blkr.), 86 1/2 hrs. overtime, Arnold, H. (Sea.), 86 1/2 hrs. overtime.


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10 December 1908

USS Galveston - At 6:55 the U.S.S. Galveston stood in and anchored.

L. C. Verhulst (OS) - By order of Comdg. Officer, placed Verhulst, L.C. (O.S.), in confinement for safe keeping being under the influence of intoxicating liquor.

USS Porpoise - At 815 U.S.S. Porpoise stood out for a practice run and dive.

USS Albatross - At 955 U.S.S. Albatross stood in from Manila and anchored. At 955 U.S.S. Porpoise stood in. At 1030 U.S.S. Denver fired one gun and broke the jack at the yard-arm. At 1105 the U.S.S. Chauncey stood in.

USS Denver - At 955 U.S.S. Albatross stood in from Manila and anchored. At 955 U.S.S. Porpoise stood in. At 1030 U.S.S. Denver fired one gun and broke the jack at the yard-arm. At 1105 the U.S.S. Chauncey stood in.

By order of Comdg. Officer, Verhulst, L. C. (O.S.), was released from confinement, and made a prisoner at large awaiting action.

USS Chauncey - At 955 U.S.S. Albatross stood in from Manila and anchored. At 955 U.S.S. Porpoise stood in. At 1030 U.S.S. Denver fired one gun and broke the jack at the yard-arm. At 1105 the U.S.S. Chauncey stood in.

USS Alexander - At 1220 U.S.S. Alexander stood out.

At 205 U.S.S. Albatross got underway and stood out. At 3:55 U.S.S. Galveston got underway and stood out.

USS Decatur - At 510 U.S.S. Decatur stood in and anchored. At 715 U.S.S. Piscataqua stood in.

Received from G.S.K. in Equip. Nav. Dept. the following chronometers: #2407 Bliss, # K/2068 Mcgregor, #49461 Dent. Started preparations for coaling ship.

US Naval Tug Piscataqua - At 510 U.S.S. Decatur stood in and anchored. At 715 U.S.S. Piscataqua stood in.


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11 December 1908

At 615 two Navy Yard coal barges came alongside, containing 125 tons of coal. At 620 commenced coaling.

USS Chattanooga - At 6:30 U.S.S. Chattanooga stood in and anchored. At 755 U.S.S. Galveston stood in and anchored.

coal: 21 tons - At 720 knocked of coaling for breakfast, having taken on board 21 tons.

USS Galveston - At 6:30 U.S.S. Chattanooga stood in and anchored. At 755 U.S.S. Galveston stood in and anchored.

Turned to at 815 and went ahead with - hr coaling. All the liberty party returned.

USS Rainbow - At 900 the "Rainbow" and "Shark" got underway and stood out. At 915 the "General Alava" got underway and stood out. At 945 a G.M.C. met on board the "Denver" The "Chauncey", "Bainbridge" and "Dale" stood in and anchored at 955. At 11:10 the "Shark" and "Porpoise" stood in and went alongside the dock.

USS Shark - At 900 the "Rainbow" and "Shark" got underway and stood out. At 915 the "General Alava" got underway and stood out. At 945 a G.M.C. met on board the "Denver" The "Chauncey", "Bainbridge" and "Dale" stood in and anchored at 955. At 11:10 the "Shark" and "Porpoise" stood in and went alongside the dock.

USS General Alava - At 900 the "Rainbow" and "Shark" got underway and stood out. At 915 the "General Alava" got underway and stood out. At 945 a G.M.C. met on board the "Denver" The "Chauncey", "Bainbridge" and "Dale" stood in and anchored at 955. At 11:10 the "Shark" and "Porpoise" stood in and went alongside the dock.

USS Bainbridge - At 900 the "Rainbow" and "Shark" got underway and stood out. At 915 the "General Alava" got underway and stood out. At 945 a G.M.C. met on board the "Denver" The "Chauncey", "Bainbridge" and "Dale" stood in and anchored at 955. At 11:10 the "Shark" and "Porpoise" stood in and went alongside the dock.

USS Chauncey - At 900 the "Rainbow" and "Shark" got underway and stood out. At 915 the "General Alava" got underway and stood out. At 945 a G.M.C. met on board the "Denver" The "Chauncey", "Bainbridge" and "Dale" stood in and anchored at 955. At 11:10 the "Shark" and "Porpoise" stood in and went alongside the dock.

USS Denver - At 900 the "Rainbow" and "Shark" got underway and stood out. At 915 the "General Alava" got underway and stood out. At 945 a G.M.C. met on board the "Denver" The "Chauncey", "Bainbridge" and "Dale" stood in and anchored at 955. At 11:10 the "Shark" and "Porpoise" stood in and went alongside the dock.

USS Dale - At 900 the "Rainbow" and "Shark" got underway and stood out. At 915 the "General Alava" got underway and stood out. At 945 a G.M.C. met on board the "Denver" The "Chauncey", "Bainbridge" and "Dale" stood in and anchored at 955. At 11:10 the "Shark" and "Porpoise" stood in and went alongside the dock.

coal: 88 tons - At end of watch had taken on board 88 tons of coal.

USS Porpoise - At 900 the "Rainbow" and "Shark" got underway and stood out. At 915 the "General Alava" got underway and stood out. At 945 a G.M.C. met on board the "Denver" The "Chauncey", "Bainbridge" and "Dale" stood in and anchored at 955. At 11:10 the "Shark" and "Porpoise" stood in and went alongside the dock.

coal: 100 tons - Finished coaling at 1:30 having taken on board 100 tons of coal.

Coal lighters left at 2:00.


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12 December 1908

Commenced field day.

USS Denver - At 940 the U.S.S. Denver fired one gun and broke the Jack at the fore yardarm. At 1011 the U.S.S. Charleston, Flagship, got underway and proceeded to Manila.

USS Charleston - At 940 the U.S.S. Denver fired one gun and broke the Jack at the fore yardarm. At 1011 the U.S.S. Charleston, Flagship, got underway and proceeded to Manila.

Received one whale boat complete from the Navy Yard Cavite.

USS General Alava - At 150 the U.S.S. General Alava stood out.


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13 December 1908

At 745 an English gunboat in to Manila.

Comdr. R. M. Hughes USN - At 11:30 Captain Hughes, U.S.N., inspected the ship with Captain J.H. Sears, U.S.N, previously to relieveing him in command of this ship.

Comdr. James H. Sears USN - At 11:30 Captain Hughes, U.S.N., inspected the ship with Captain J.H. Sears, U.S.N, previously to relieveing him in command of this ship.

W. R. Dage (OS) - Charges and specifications for G.C.M. were delivered to Dage, W. R. (O.S.), at 225. Following men were this day transferred to the U.S.S. Rainbow with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers: Inagaki, (Cab. Std.), Dage, W.R. (O.S.), a prisoner at large awaiting trial by G.C.M.

S. Inagaki (Cab Stwd) - Charges and specifications for G.C.M. were delivered to Dage, W. R. (O.S.), at 225. Following men were this day transferred to the U.S.S. Rainbow with bags hammocks and necessary transfer papers: Inagaki, (Cab. Std.), Dage, W.R. (O.S.), a prisoner at large awaiting trial by G.C.M.

Pay Dep't. sent to Pay Dep't. U.S.S. Cleveland $3125.10 Mexican currency and 82.12 yen, Japanese currency.

Received in Pay department from the U.S.S. Cleveland, P 1,000.00 Philippine currency.


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14 December 1908

O. Benson (BosM 1c) - Following men were transferred to the U.S.A.T. Sheridan with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, for transportation to the U.S.S. Independence, Mare Island, Cal. Benson, O. (B.M. 1c.), Walberg, G.A. (Oil), Lewis, J. (F. 1c), McChrthy, J.L. (S.C. 2c.), Anderson, J.E. (Sea).

G. A. Walberg (Oiler) - Following men were transferred to the U.S.A.T. Sheridan with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, for transportation to the U.S.S. Independence, Mare Island, Cal. Benson, O. (B.M. 1c.), Walberg, G.A. (Oil), Lewis, J. (F. 1c), McChrthy, J.L. (S.C. 2c.), Anderson, J.E. (Sea).

J. L. McCarthy (Ships Cook 2c) - Following men were transferred to the U.S.A.T. Sheridan with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, for transportation to the U.S.S. Independence, Mare Island, Cal. Benson, O. (B.M. 1c.), Walberg, G.A. (Oil), Lewis, J. (F. 1c), McChrthy, J.L. (S.C. 2c.), Anderson, J.E. (Sea).

J. Lewis (Fire 2c) - Following men were transferred to the U.S.A.T. Sheridan with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, for transportation to the U.S.S. Independence, Mare Island, Cal. Benson, O. (B.M. 1c.), Walberg, G.A. (Oil), Lewis, J. (F. 1c), McChrthy, J.L. (S.C. 2c.), Anderson, J.E. (Sea).

J. E. Anderson (Sea) - Following men were transferred to the U.S.A.T. Sheridan with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, for transportation to the U.S.S. Independence, Mare Island, Cal. Benson, O. (B.M. 1c.), Walberg, G.A. (Oil), Lewis, J. (F. 1c), McChrthy, J.L. (S.C. 2c.), Anderson, J.E. (Sea).

J. Andrews (CP) - Liberty party returned with the following exceptions: Willis, C. (F. 1c), Andrews, J. (C.P.).

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - Liberty party returned with the following exceptions: Willis, C. (F. 1c), Andrews, J. (C.P.).

J. H. Pierce (Boiler Mkr) - Held mast, punishments assigned by the Captian as follows: Pierce, J.H. (Blkr.) - 86 1/2 hours overleave - 60 days restriction & 4th class for two months. Schorz, L. (Q.M. 3c.) and Sanders, H. J. (O.S.) each 38 1/2 hours overleave - each 30 days restriction and 4th class.

H. J. Sanders (OS) - Held mast, punishments assigned by the Captian as follows: Pierce, J.H. (Blkr.) - 86 1/2 hours overleave - 60 days restriction & 4th class for two months. Schorz, L. (Q.M. 3c.) and Sanders, H. J. (O.S.) each 38 1/2 hours overleave - each 30 days restriction and 4th class.

L. Schorz (QM 3c) - Held mast, punishments assigned by the Captian as follows: Pierce, J.H. (Blkr.) - 86 1/2 hours overleave - 60 days restriction & 4th class for two months. Schorz, L. (Q.M. 3c.) and Sanders, H. J. (O.S.) each 38 1/2 hours overleave - each 30 days restriction and 4th class.

Ching Chee Daw (Mess Att 1c) - The following change in rating wase made to date from Dec. 14, 1908. Daw, C.C. (Mess Att. 1cl.) to Cab. Std.

P. A. Surgeon A. W. Balsh USN - At 1:20 the Commanding Officer left the shp officially and returned at 2:45. P.A. Surgeon Balsh, U.S.N., reported for duty on board this ship.

Comdr. R. M. Hughes USN - At 440 all hands mustered aft and Comdr. R. Hughes, U.S.N. relived Comdr. James H. Sears, U.S.N. of Command of the ship by order of the Comdr. 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet. By direction of the Comdr. 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet, Ensign N. H. Goss, U.S.N. was detached and ordered to the U.S.S. Rainbow for duty.

Comdr. James H. Sears USN - At 440 all hands mustered aft and Comdr. R. Hughes, U.S.N. relived Comdr. James H. Sears, U.S.N. of Command of the ship by order of the Comdr. 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet. By direction of the Comdr. 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet, Ensign N. H. Goss, U.S.N. was detached and ordered to the U.S.S. Rainbow for duty.

Ensign N. H. Goss USN - At 440 all hands mustered aft and Comdr. R. Hughes, U.S.N. relived Comdr. James H. Sears, U.S.N. of Command of the ship by order of the Comdr. 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet. By direction of the Comdr. 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet, Ensign N. H. Goss, U.S.N. was detached and ordered to the U.S.S. Rainbow for duty.

Sent liberty party ashore. Received in pay department $20,000 gold.

Shing Yu (S. C. 2c) - By direction of Comdr. 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet, transferred Shing, Yu, (S.C. c), to U.S.S. Rainbow with bag, hammock and necessary papers. By direction of Comdr. of 3rd Squadron , Ensign A. S. Hickey, U.S.N., was detached and ordered to duty on the U.S.S. Rainbow.

Ensign A. S. Hickey USN - By direction of Comdr. 3rd Squadron U.S. Pacific Fleet, transferred Shing, Yu, (S.C. c), to U.S.S. Rainbow with bag, hammock and necessary papers. By direction of Comdr. of 3rd Squadron , Ensign A. S. Hickey, U.S.N., was detached and ordered to duty on the U.S.S. Rainbow.

Liberty party returned.


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The following named men have this day been received from the vessels designated.

J. H. Nail (Fire 2c) - Transferred this day from USS Cleveland.

E. M. McKenna (Plumb & Fitter) - Transferred this day from USS Cleveland.

T. Toki (Ward Room Cook) - Transferred this day from USS Charleston.

E. Marshall (Mess Att 3c) - Transferred this day from USS Charleston.

H. Johnson (Mess Att 3c) - Transferred this day from USS Charleston.

R. P. Davis (Mess Att 3c) - Transferred this day from USS Charleston.

A. S. Chatta (Ward Room Std.) - Transferred this day from USS Charleston.

J. A. Civil (Mess Att 3c) - Transferred this day from USS Charleston.

D. B. French (Mess Att 3c) - Transferred this day from USS Charleston.

R. Howard (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

J. G. Porter Jr. (GunM 3c) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

C. P. Hill (Oiler) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

E. Jones (Ships Cook 1c) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

W. W. Welsh (Boilermkr) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

M. Farrell (Fire 1c) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

C. L. Doane (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

W. Ernstein (Fire 2c) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

A. Klebba (Fire 1c) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

W. G. LeGross (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

G. Gilbertson (Sea) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

W. Sayars (Fire 1c) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

C. Dierolf (Fire 2c) - Transferred this day from USS Galveston.

E. McCauley (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

C. C. Gaw (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

J. Murphy (WT) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

F. C. Renziehausen (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

M. L. Siebel (Fire 2c) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

B. W. Thayer (Oiler) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

W. V. Neal (Hos Std) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

J. J. Block (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

O. T. Wallgreen (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

B. Butterfield (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

W. Hickey (QM 2c) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

C. Zimmerman (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Denver.

G. W. Brandt (Mach 2c) - Transferred this day from USS Chattanooga.

H. Mehner (Cox) - Transferred this day from USS Chattanooga.

G. Tite (Fire 1c) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

R. Lee (Fire 1c) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

W. G. Attwell (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

P. Swartz (Fire 2c) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

F. Hobson (Chief Mach) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

W. O. Clewett (OS) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

W. A. Swanson (Ships Cook 1c) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

L. J. Harrison (Cox) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

E. Yehle (Baker 2c) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

J. Perssen (Ships Cook 1c) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

J. Hart (QM 3c) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

S. Farrel (CP) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

J. O. Sabin (Sea) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

B. F. Petitt (Hos App 1c) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

W. Y. Stewart (Chief CarpM) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

J. J. Buckalew (Sea) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

C. C. Timmons (Chief Yeo) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

C. Steigely (Yeo 3c) - Transferred this day from USS Rainbow.

I. P. Albring (CP) - Albring, A. I. (CP) transferred this day from US Naval Hospital, Canacao, P.I.


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15 December 1908

The following named men were transferred this day to the vessels designated.

W. H. Farrel (QM 3c) - Transferred this day to USS Rainbow.

D. Carroll (Chief MAA) - Transferred this day to USS Rainbow.

C. G. Duncombe (Yeo 3c) - Transferred this day to USS Rainbow.

O. M. Fritzsche (Shipwright) - Transferred this day to USS Rainbow.

L. Berry (Cox) - Transferred this day to USS Rainbow.

M. P. Mason (Ships Cook 4c) - Transferred this day to USS Rainbow.

E. Collins (Chief Mach) - Transferred this day to USS Rainbow.

T. C. Lowry (Yeo 1c) - Transferred this day to USS Rainbow.

D. Donaldson (Bkr 2c) - Transferred this day to USS Rainbow.

E. Berande (Com Std) - Transferred this day to USS Rainbow.

W. Martin (BosM 2c) - Transferred this day to USS Chattanooga.

W. P. Ball (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Chattanooga.

A. Greeley (Blacksmith) - Transferred this day to USS Chattanooga.

C. A. Mumper (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Chattanooga.

A. Casewell (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Chattanooga.

C. C. Boggs (Cox) - Transferred this day to USS Chattanooga.

W. J. Cassidy (MachM 1c) - Transferred this day to USS Chattanooga.

A. H. Olsen (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Chattanooga.

J. F. McCarthy (Bugler) - Transferred this day to USS Chattanooga.

A. G. Kimbel (Elec 3c) - Transferred this day to USS Cleveland.

J. A. Lyons (GunM 3c) - Transferred this day to USS Cleveland.

George Monroe Stevenson (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Cleveland.

R. A. Schiffmann (Oiler) - Transferred this day to USS Cleveland.

P. L. Mott (Paint 3c) - Transferred this day to USS Cleveland.

O. E. Hunt (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Denver.

C. Getchell (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Denver.

T. Lynch Jnr. (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Denver.

R. Johntson (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Denver.

J. Hlebak (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Denver.

H. Posey (Cop Smith) - Transferred this day to USS Denver.

F. A. Johnson (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Denver.

E. Lee (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Denver.

S. Dalton (WT) - Transferred this day to USS Denver.

F. Czeroszko (Fire 1c) - Transferred this day to USS Denver.

W. P. Frisch (Hos Std) - Transferred this day to USS Denver.

T. J. McGuire (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Bainbridge.

C. L. Frans (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Bainbridge.

J. U. Lytle (Mach 1c) - Transferred this day to USS Bainbridge.

R. J. McErlean (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Bainbridge.

R. J. Shain (Plumb & Fitter) - Transferred this day to USS Bainbridge.

E. E. Higgins (WT) - Transferred this day to USS Bainbridge.

C. E. Hughes (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Dale.

A. Kruse (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Decatur.

R. Pass (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Decatur.

C. S. Chapman (Chief Mach) - Transferred this day to USS Decatur.

W. L. Grover (Yeo 3c) - Transferred this day to Naval station Cavite, for duty in P.M.G.B.O.

A. I. Adams (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Shark.

F. E. Bailey (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Shark.

A. J. Ross (BosM 1c) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

V. H. Larson (Cox) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

T. M. Petrillo (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

C. E. Revenaugh (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

C. M. Solts (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

P. A. H. Zaehler (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

F. W. Arnold (CP) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

C. Campbell (CP) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

W. A. Trissler (CP) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

C. Jones (Cox) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

B. A. Peters (Cox) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

L. Remmele (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

J. Simpson (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

L. C. Verhulst (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

J. Andrews (CP) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

S. Burns (CP) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

H. F. Fieldler (CP) - Transferred this day to USS Charleston.

R. Mahoney (BosM 2c) - Transferred this day to USS Piscataqua.


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15 December 1908

The following named men were transferred this day to the vessels designated.

J. Dahlin (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

E. J. Stauffer (MAA 3c) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

W. J. Ryan (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

D. C. Bosworth (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

W. N. Edwards (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

J. B. Gale (Plumb & Fitter) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

J. Laraby (Fire 1c) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

L. Flagstad (Oiler) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

E. L. Maddox (GunM 2c) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

A. F. Johnson (Fire 2c) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

C. Weber (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

C. A. Reynolds (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

L. E. Cutler (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

J. E. Fredericks (Elec 2c) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

M. E. Farris (Fire 1c) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

J. H. Pierce (Boiler Mkr) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

T. H. Lawerence (Fire 2c) - Transferred this day to USS Galveston.

S. Joseph Ontko (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Chauncey.

T. W. Evans (Sea) - Transferred this day to USS Chauncey.

C. A. Morgan (OS) - Transferred this day to USS Chauncey.

A. F. Hall (WT) - Transferred this day to USS Chauncey.

C. V. Manning (Mach 2c) - Transferred this day to USS Chauncey.

A. E. Dumas (Fire 1c) - Transferred this day to USS Chauncey.


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15 December 1908

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Made all preparations for getting underway and at 7:15 got underway under two boilers and stood over to Manila.

USS Cleveland - At 810, U.S.S. Cleveland anchored. At 820 U.S.S. Chauncey and U.S.S. Bainbridge anchored. At 835 anchored in 11 1/2 fathoms with 30 fathoms on stbd. chain.

USS Chauncey - At 810, U.S.S. Cleveland anchored. At 820 U.S.S. Chauncey and U.S.S. Bainbridge anchored. At 835 anchored in 11 1/2 fathoms with 30 fathoms on stbd. chain.

USS Bainbridge - At 810, U.S.S. Cleveland anchored. At 820 U.S.S. Chauncey and U.S.S. Bainbridge anchored. At 835 anchored in 11 1/2 fathoms with 30 fathoms on stbd. chain.

Rear Admiral G. B. Harber USN - At 9:50, the Captain left ship and called on Rear Admiral G. B. Harber, U.S.N., returned 10:20. At 9:54 Fort Santiago fired a salute of 13 guns to Major Gen J. F. Weston, U.S.A. At 10:20, U.S.S. Charleston fired a salute of 13 guns to Major Gen. J. F. Weston, U.S.A. At 10:30, cheered ship and manned rail in honor of Major Gen. J. F. Weston, U.S.A.

USS Charleston - At 10:30, underway in squadron; order, Charleston, Galveston, Chattanooga, Denver, Cleveland, Concord, under two boilers standard speed 7 knots. At 11:15, U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 13 guns which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:24, fired a salute of 13 guns to Rear Admiral G. B. Harber, U.S.N. which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:40, squadron anchored off Cavite in preveous berths.

Major General J. F. Weston US Army - At 9:50, the Captain left ship and called on Rear Admiral G. B. Harber, U.S.N., returned 10:20. At 9:54 Fort Santiago fired a salute of 13 guns to Major Gen J. F. Weston, U.S.A. At 10:20, U.S.S. Charleston fired a salute of 13 guns to Major Gen. J. F. Weston, U.S.A. At 10:30, cheered ship and manned rail in honor of Major Gen. J. F. Weston, U.S.A.

USS Cleveland - At 10:30, underway in squadron; order, Charleston, Galveston, Chattanooga, Denver, Cleveland, Concord, under two boilers standard speed 7 knots. At 11:15, U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 13 guns which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:24, fired a salute of 13 guns to Rear Admiral G. B. Harber, U.S.N. which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:40, squadron anchored off Cavite in preveous berths.

USS Galveston - At 10:30, underway in squadron; order, Charleston, Galveston, Chattanooga, Denver, Cleveland, Concord, under two boilers standard speed 7 knots. At 11:15, U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 13 guns which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:24, fired a salute of 13 guns to Rear Admiral G. B. Harber, U.S.N. which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:40, squadron anchored off Cavite in preveous berths.

USS Chattanooga - At 10:30, underway in squadron; order, Charleston, Galveston, Chattanooga, Denver, Cleveland, Concord, under two boilers standard speed 7 knots. At 11:15, U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 13 guns which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:24, fired a salute of 13 guns to Rear Admiral G. B. Harber, U.S.N. which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:40, squadron anchored off Cavite in preveous berths.

USS Denver - At 10:30, underway in squadron; order, Charleston, Galveston, Chattanooga, Denver, Cleveland, Concord, under two boilers standard speed 7 knots. At 11:15, U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 13 guns which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:24, fired a salute of 13 guns to Rear Admiral G. B. Harber, U.S.N. which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:40, squadron anchored off Cavite in preveous berths.

USS Rainbow - At 10:30, underway in squadron; order, Charleston, Galveston, Chattanooga, Denver, Cleveland, Concord, under two boilers standard speed 7 knots. At 11:15, U.S.S. Rainbow fired a salute of 13 guns which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:24, fired a salute of 13 guns to Rear Admiral G. B. Harber, U.S.N. which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. At 11:40, squadron anchored off Cavite in preveous berths.

Ensign Edward S. Robinson USN - Ens. E. S. Robinson, U.S.N. and Mid'n. C. C. Slayton, U.S.N. were detached in obedience to orders of Com'dr. of 3'rd. Squadron, U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Midshipman C. C. Slayton USN - Ens. E. S. Robinson, U.S.N. and Mid'n. C. C. Slayton, U.S.N. were detached in obedience to orders of Com'dr. of 3'rd. Squadron, U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Transfered men to U.S.S. Galveston, U.S.S. Chattanooga, U.S.S. Rainbow, U.S.S. Cleveland, U.S.S. Charleston, U.S.S. Piscataqua, U.S.S. Chauncey, U.S.S. Bainbridge, U.S.S. Dale, U.S.S. Decatur, U.S.S. Shark, U.S. Nav. Sta., Cavite, with bags and hammocks as per list. Received on board with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers men from U.S.S. Denver, U.S.S. Charleston, U.S.S. Cleveland, U.S.S. Galveston as per list.

At 3:45, disconnected boiler B.

At 4:20, U.S.S. Denver stood in and fired a salute of 13 guns which was returned by U.S.S. Charleston with 7 guns. Received on board with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers from U.S.S. Chattanooga, U.S.S. Charleston and U.S.S. Rainbow as per list.

Transfered men to U.S.S. Denver with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers as per list.


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The following named men have this day been transferred to the vessels designated:

C. Heyn (Chief BosM) - Transferred to USS Wompatuck.

L. H. Parberry (Elec 2c) - Transferred to USS Wompatuck.

A. P. Judson (QM 1c) - Transferred to USS Wompatuck.

R. C. Ralston (Yeo 3C) - Transferred to USS Monadnock.

F. G. Lackland (Yeo 3c) - Transferred to USS Monadnock.

O. F. Brooks (OS) - Transferred to USS Mohican.

L. Moss (Yeo 3c) - Transferred to USS Mohican.

J. G. Norman (Hos App) - Transferred to Naval Station, Olongapo, P. I.


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16 December 1908

Transfered men to U.S.S. Mohican, U.S.S. Wompatuck, and U.S. Naval Station, Olongapo, P. I., via U.S.S. General Alava, with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers as per list.

T. C. Lowry (Yeo 1c) - Transferred the following named men with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers: T. C. Lowry, yeo. 1c to "Rainbow"; W. P. Frisch, Hos. Std. to Denver; K. Kruse, Sea. to Decatur.

W. P. Frisch (Hos Std) - Transferred the following named men with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers: T. C. Lowry, yeo. 1c to "Rainbow"; W. P. Frisch, Hos. Std. to Denver; K. Kruse, Sea. to Decatur.

G. J. Greusel (Mach 1c) - Recd on board from "Bainbridge", with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers:- G. J. Greusel, M.M. 1c., P. J. Lacey, W.T., and G. M. Stone, O.S.

A. Kruse (Sea) - Transferred the following named men with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers: T. C. Lowry, yeo. 1c to "Rainbow"; W. P. Frisch, Hos. Std. to Denver; K. Kruse, Sea. to Decatur.

G. M. Stone (OS) - Recd on board from "Bainbridge", with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers:- G. J. Greusel, M.M. 1c., P. J. Lacey, W.T., and G. M. Stone, O.S.

P. J. Lacey (WT) - Recd on board from "Bainbridge", with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers:- G. J. Greusel, M.M. 1c., P. J. Lacey, W.T., and G. M. Stone, O.S.

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - C. Willis, fir. 1c and J. Andrews, C.P. returned on board from liberty 57 1/2 hrs overtime.

J. Andrews (CP) - C. Willis, fir. 1c and J. Andrews, C.P. returned on board from liberty 57 1/2 hrs overtime.

Pharmacist C. E. Alexander USN - Pharmacist C. E. Alexander, U.S.Navy, reported on board from the "Relief", under orders from the Comdr, Third squadron, U.S. Pacific Fleet, for duty on board until arrive at Guam, then to be assigned to duty on board the Supply.

J. S. Walter (WT) - Received on board from the "Chauncey", with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers J.S. Walter, W.T., J.M. Dunn, M.M.1c. and J.C. Wackter, fir. 1c.

J. M. Dunn (MachM 1c) - Received on board from the "Chauncey", with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers J.S. Walter, W.T., J.M. Dunn, M.M.1c. and J.C. Wackter, fir. 1c.

A. Knip (Chief MAA) - Received on board from Naval Station, Cavite, P.I., with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, A. Knip, Ch. M.A.A. and S.E. Lloyd, B.M. 1C.

J. C. Wackter (Fire 1c) - Received on board from the "Chauncey", with bags, hammocks, and necessary transfer papers J.S. Walter, W.T., J.M. Dunn, M.M.1c. and J.C. Wackter, fir. 1c.

S. E. Lloyd (BosM 1c) - Received on board from Naval Station, Cavite, P.I., with bags, hammocks and necessary transfer papers, A. Knip, Ch. M.A.A. and S.E. Lloyd, B.M. 1C.

C. Willis (Fire 1c) - Transferred to the Galveston with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers, C. Willis, fireman 1c.


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16 December 1908


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17 December 1908

The Third Squadron got underway at 6:55 and stood out.

E. Jones (Ships Cook 1c) - Transferred Jones, E. S.C. 1c. to the U.S.Naval Hospital, Canacao, P.I. with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers.


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LOG BOOK – DECEMBER 18th 1908 TO AUGUST 18th 1909


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18 December 1908

USS Rainbow - U.S.S. Rainbow stood out at 1:50.

Liberty party returned.

USS General Alava - At 9:05 U.S.S. General Alava underway and stood out. At 9:25 U.S.S. Decatur underway and went alongside Machine wharf.

USS Decatur - At 9:05 U.S.S. General Alava underway and stood out. At 9:25 U.S.S. Decatur underway and went alongside Machine wharf.

F. Smith (Mach 1c) - Smith, F. (M M 1c) was received on board from U.S.S. Bainbridge with bag and hammock.

D. Wezansing (Chief BosM) - Wezansing, D. (Ch B. M.) was received on board from U.S.S. Wompatuck with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers.


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19 December 1908

USN Collier Alexander - At 6:00 am. U.S.S. Alexander underway and stood out.

At 8:50 water boat left. Took on board in S.E. Dept. for steaming purposes 44 tons water. At 10:30 received Naval Station ash lighter alongside.

Ensign Hiram L. Irwin USN - Ensign H.L. Irwin reported on board for duty in accordance with orders from Comrd. 3rd Squadron, US Pacific Fleet.

S. Farrel (CP) - S. Farrell, (C.P.) failed to return from liberty.

E. Marshall (Mess Att 3c) - Transferred to U.S. Naval Hospital, Canacao, P.I., with bag, hammock and necessary transfer papers, E. Marshall, (M. Att 3c).

Sent liberty party ashore.

USS General Alava - The "General Alava" stood in and anchored at 1:10.


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20 December 1908

All hands mustered aft for the reading of the "Articles for the Government of the Navy".


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21 December 1908

Made all preparations for getting underway at 9:05 got underway and stood out in the Bay and began to swing ship.

At 2:45 finished swinging ship and stood over to Cavite.

Followed the Navy Yard in half masting colors.

Mast headed colors at 4:35 following motion of the Navy Yard.

At 8:10 the U.S.S. Rainbow stood in and anchored.


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22 December 1908

Liberty party returned. No absentees.

USS Chauncey - At 9:20 U.S.S. Chauncey, U.S.S. Bainbridge, and U.S.S. Dale underway and stood out.

USS Bainbridge - At 9:20 U.S.S. Chauncey, U.S.S. Bainbridge, and U.S.S. Dale underway and stood out.

USS Dale - At 9:20 U.S.S. Chauncey, U.S.S. Bainbridge, and U.S.S. Dale underway and stood out.

US Navy Collier Pompey - At 12:45 U.S.S. Pompey stood in and anchored. At 1:05 U.S.S. General Alava stood in and anchored.

USS General Alava - At 12:45 U.S.S. Pompey stood in and anchored. At 1:05 U.S.S. General Alava stood in and anchored.

F. Smith (Mach 1c) - Transferred to U.S. Naval Hospital, Canacao, P.I., with bag and hammock, Smith, F (M.M. 1c)

S. Perez (Mess Att 3c) - Perez, S., M. Att 3c was received with bag and hammock.

S. Farrel (CP) - Farrell, S. (C.P.) returned from liberty 86 hours overtime.


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23 December 1908

At 6:25 received Navy Yard coal barge alongside and at 6:30 commenced coaling ship.

coal: 50 tons - Crew engaged in coaling ship until 10:00 when finished coaling, having taken on board 50 tons coal.

At 3:30 half masted colors with Naval Station.

At 4:15 mast headed colors with Naval Station.


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24 December 1908

USS Rainbow - At 6:18 the "Rainbow" got underway and stood out.

At 7:50 received Navy Yard ash lighter alongside.

Sent liberty party ashore.


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25 December 1908

W. Sayers (Fire 1c) - Four absentees:- Sayers, W. (F 1c), Klebba, A. (F1c), McDevitt, J (F1c), and McDevitt, C.H. (F 2c).

J. D. McDevitt (Fire 1c) - Four absentees:- Sayers, W. (F 1c), Klebba, A. (F1c), McDevitt, J (F1c), and McDevitt, C.H. (F 2c).

C. H. McDevitt (Fire 2c) - Four absentees:- Sayers, W. (F 1c), Klebba, A. (F1c), McDevitt, J (F1c), and McDevitt, C.H. (F 2c).

A. Klebba (Fire 1c) - Four absentees:- Sayers, W. (F 1c), Klebba, A. (F1c), McDevitt, J (F1c), and McDevitt, C.H. (F 2c).

J. Hart (QM 3c) - Liberty party returned. One absentee:- Hart, J. (Q.M. 3c).

The following named men returned 15 hours overleave: Sayers, W. (F 1c), Klebba, A. (F1c), McDevitt, C.H. (F1c), and McDevitt, J.D. (F 2c).


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Lat 13.4, Long 144.7


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26 December 1908

malabrigo point

Lat 42.2, Long 59.5

Made all preparations for getting underway and at 7:30 got underway under 3 boilers, speed 10 knots, and stood out of Manila Bay on various courses enroute to Guam.

At 8:52 San Nicholas Shoal beacon abeam, distant 3/4 miles.

At 10:46 set course S.14oW. (p.s.c.), Corregidor light bearing N.14oE(Mag) P.L. 32.75.

At 2:14 passed Cape Santiago Lt abeam dist 2.5 miles, p.l. 67.9.

At 3:18 sighted Escarceo Lt, bearing S.65oE. (p.s.c.).

Sighted steamer ahead. Land in sight on both sides.

Passed Malabengo Lt abeam at 6:21, distant 2.5 miles

Tres Reyes Island abeam, dist about 3 miles.


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Lat 13.4, Long 144.7


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27 December 1908

bugui point

Lat 54.2, Long -176.6

At 1:41 sighted Cobrador Island Lt. bearing S12oW. (p.s.c.) and passed it abeam at 1:53 at estimated distance 20.8 miles p.l. 87.7. At 1:55 started fires under boiler "A".

At 5:26 sighted Bugui Point light bearing S60oE. At 7:36 Bugui Point Lt bore abeam distant 2.4 miles.

At 4:50 connected up boiler A and disconnected boiler C at 6:00.

At 9:56 San Miguel Lt bore abeam distant 2 miles.

At 4:27 passed San Bernardino Lt abeam, dist 1 mile, p.l. 36.3.

At 9:36 Batag Id Lt bore abeam, dist 6.5 miles.


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Lat 12.80, Long 127.08


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28 December 1908

Steaming under 3 boilers on course N.87oE. (p.s.c.)

At 11:00 set ship's clocks ahead 25 minutes.


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Lat 12.83, Long 131.25


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29 December 1908

Steaming under three boilers on course, N87oE. (p.s.c.)

Set ship's clocks ahead 16 min.


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Lat 13.05, Long 134.52


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30 December 1908

Steaming under boilers A, B and D on course N87oE (p.s.c.).

At 11:00 set clocks ahead 15 minutes.

Patent Log fouled between 4:00 and 5:00 and lost about seven knows in reading


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Lat 13.13, Long 137.50


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31 December 1908

Steaming under boilers A.B.&D. on course N.87oE. (p.s.c.)