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FEBRUARY 1916

 

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28 February 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain SB Winram - Commanding

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

S. B. Winram - Captain for the week

coal: 2 tons 1520 pounds - expended

coal: 2 tons 1520 lb - expended

 

Resuscitation

Moderate W'ly breezes: partly cloudy, passing showers at end

CC von Paulsen, 3rd Lieutenant -

3rd Lieut C C von Paulsen - Signature

C.C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed log

Moderate West breeze; mostly overcast Passing showers Squally

Quarters omitted on account of inclement weather

Keeper of Cape Disappointment Coast Guard Station - conferred with Commanding Officer regarding repairs to net guard of power boat.

Keeper of Cape Disappointment Coast Guard Station conferred with Commanding Officer regarding repairs to net guard of power boat

The Commanding Officer of the USS Lawrence called officially on the Commanding Officer

U.S.S.Lawrence - Commanding Officer came aboard for official meeting

USS Lawrence - The Commanding Officer of the USS Lawrence called officially on the Commanding Officer

Commanding Officer of USS Lawrence called officially on Commanding Officer

USS Lawrence - The commanding officer of the ... called officially on the Commanding Officer.

Moderate West breezes to light variable airs; mostly cloudy

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G Roemer 2nd Lieut -

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

 

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29 February 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain S B Winram - Commander of Ship

coal: 2 tons 620 lbs - expended

coal: 2 tons 620 lbs - Expended

 

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Gentle to Light West breezes; overcast Passing showers

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

Light variable to NE breeze Overcast with rain Omitted quarters and drills on account of rainy weather

R Fuller seaman - placed on sick list

R Fuller - Sick

R. Fuller, seaman - placed on sick list

Day signal drill on wharf

R. Fuller, seaman - Put on sick list

R. Fuller - Placed on sick list

Gentle NE breeze to light NE airs

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

3rd Lieut W P Kain – Signature

 

 

MARCH 1916

 

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1 March 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding ship for the week

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

coal: 2 tons 620 lbs - Expended

 

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Omitted quarters - rain

Calm to light variable airs Partly clear to overcast with passing showers

H.Toyota, Ship's Cook - Late (Liberty Party)

H. Toyota, ship's cook - Late returning from Liberty Party

H Toyota - ship's cook, late

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

3rd Lieut W P Kain - Signature

R Fuller - returned to duty from sick list

Gentle W'ly breezes to gentle and fresh WSW breezes, overcast, passing showers, squally, rain, hail and snow

R. Fuller, seaman - returned to duty from sick list

R. Fuller, seaman - returned to duty from sick list

R. Fuller - Returned to duty from sick list.

H. Toyota, ship's cook - Returned from Liberty party 15 minutes late

H Toyota - Returned from liberty 15 minutes late

Quarantined one liberty

H. Toyota, ship's cook - returned from liberty 15 minutes late

preparing to coal ship

Officers and crew received pay for the month of February, 1916

Received telegram

Received from Headquarters the following telegram: "Witte relieved. Proceed St. Louis, Mo. Report to White, executive officer for duty in rural sanitation investigation. Signed B R Newton," Asst Secretary. Delivered orders as directed to Surgeon Witte at 2:45

Surgeon Witte. - Relieved. To proceed to St Louise Mo for duty in rural sanitation investigation.

B. R. Newton, Asst. Secretary - Sent telegram

B R Newton - Signed Telegram

Received the equivalent of 1467 rations.

Surgeon Witte - received orders

Surgeon Witte - Relieved

2.15, received from Headquarters the following telegram: "Witte relieved. Proceed St Louis, Mo. Report to White, executive officer for duty in rural sanitation investigation. Signed BR Newton," Asst Secretary.

Light varying airs and breezes to light and fresh S'ly breezes; overcast, passing showers, squally and rain at end

3rd Lieut C C von Paulsen - Signature

C. C. Von Paulsen - Signed Log

 

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2 March 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding for the week

At anchor

coal: 80 tons -

coal: 80 tons -

coal: 80 tons - Received

coal: 80 tons -

coal: 3 tons 580 lbs - Expended

 

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Quarters and drills omitted - rain

Calm; overcast, rain

7: 00 commenced coaling ship, draft 10'-10" forward, 13'5" aft

coal: - Draft 10'-19" Forward, 13'5"Aft

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

3rd Lieut C C von Paulsen - signature

Calm to fresh South breezes blowing with force offresh gale in squalls; overcast Rain

Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship

G. B. Petersen, second class boy - Returned 5 hours late from Liberty

G B Petersen - second class boy who returned at 2:00 PM instead of 9:00 AM Given twelve hours extra duty and quarantined six liberty days as punishment

G.B.Petersen,second class boy - Returned late from Liberty (5hrs. late) given 12 hours extra duty & quarantined six liberty days as punishment.

Finished coaling at 3: 30 PM

Received 80 tons coal from George F Sanborn Co, Astoria, Ore

coal: 80 tons - from George F Sanborn Co.

coal: 80 tons - Draft forward 11'6" Aft 14'2"

Dr W. C. Witte - Left ship

Dr W C Witte - Left vessel detached by Treasury Department telegram of first instant

Dr. W. C. Witte - Left vessel, detached by Treasury Dept. telegram of first instant

Fresh gale to moderate South breezes; overcast Rain Squally

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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3 March 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding for the week

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

coal: 2 tons 820 lbs - Expended

 

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Drills held: Quarters, Fire, Collision Abandoning ship Signal (day)

Moderate South to gentle SW breezes; overcast Rainy

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Gentle to light breeze, SW to South Partly cloudy

Fire quarters, water in 1 minute 45 seconds Held collision and day signal drill Crew took stations for abandoning ship

R Fuller - seaman given 1 hour extra duty for chipping paint off the side

R. Fuller, Seaman - given hour extra duty for chipping paint off the ship

R. Fuller, seaman - given 1 hour extra duty for chipping paint off the side.

A. C. Monroe, fireman - Given 15 days quarantine for creating a disturbance ashore

M. Alvin, water tender - quarantined for 15 days for creating a disturbance ashore

A C Monroe - fireman quarantined 15 days for creating a disturbance ashore

M Alvin - water tender quarantined 15 days for creating a disturbance ashore

W. Waldal, 2nd class boy - Given 15 days quarantine and 10 hours extra duty for leaving ship without permission

M. Alvin, water tender - Quarantined 15 days for creating a disturbance ashore

W Waldal - 2nd class boy quarantined for 15 days and given 10 hours extra duty leaving the vessel without permission Wednesday night

A.C. Munroe, fireman - Quarantined 15 days for creating a disturbance ashore

Contractors fitting new skylight covers on the house deck

Received 1 copy of Laws Governing the Steamboat Inspection Service from Headquarters

Light airs to light breeze, ESE to ENE Mostly to partly cloudy

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

3rd Lieut W P Kain - Signature

 

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4 March 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

Captain S.B. Winram - Ship's Captain

Captain S. B. Winram - commanding

coal: 1 ton 2060 lbs - Expended

 

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Drills held: Magazine inspection

Magazine inspection

Light NE breeze to airs Overcast to partly cloudy

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W.P. Kain, 3rd Liet. - Reported morning routine

3rd Lieut W P Kain - Signature

Gentle SW to light South breezes; mostly clear

Wilson Bros repairing skylight

Inspected magazine, tested flood cocks, temperatures 55 - 63

Light ESE to ENE airs; mostly cloudy to mostly clear

C.C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut. - Reported pm routine

C. C. von Paulsen - Signed Log

3rd Lieut C C von Paulsen - Signature

Summary of Drills Commanding Officer's inspection 1 Quarters 1 Muster 1 Fire 1 Collision 1 Abandoning ship 1 Signal (day)

4 Resuscitation 1 Inspected magazine 1

Third Lieutenant C C von Paulsen - Examined and certified to be a correct copy of the ship's log

S B Winram - Forwarded, approved

H M Broadbent - Forwarded Division Commander Signature

 

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5 March 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 3 tons 580 lbs - Expended

 

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Drills held: Muster omitted - rain Commanding officer's inspection

Commanding Officer's inspection

Light NW to gentle S'ly breezes; mostly clear to mostly cloudy and hail

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

3rd Lieut C C von Paulsen - Signature

Gentle South breezes to fresh gale latter part; rain and hail squalls to heavy rain at end Generally overcast Muster omitted on account of inclement weather

Muster omitted on account of inclement weather.

Commanding Officer inspected vessel

Second Lieutenant of Engineers T H Yeager - Left vessel on 10 days leave of absence authorized by Headquarters telegram dated March 2, 1916

Second Lieutenant Of Engineers T. H. Yeager - Left on 10 days of leave

2nd Lieutenant of Engineers H. Yeager - Left vessel on 10 days leave of absence authorized by Headquarters.

Fresh South breezes to fresh gale; overcast Rain

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut. - Reported pm routine.

 

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6 March 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 3 tons 1080 pounds - Expended

 

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Quarters omitted - rain

Quarters omitted - rain

Fresh to gentle South breezes; overcast Rain

Third Lieutenant W. P. Kain - Left for 10 days of leave

Third Lieutenant W P Kain - left vessel on 10 days leave of absence authorized by Headquarters telegram dated March 2, 1916

Third Lieutenant W. P. Kain - Left vessel on 10 days leave of absence authorised by Headquarters

3rd Lieutenant W.P. Kain - Left vessel on 10 days leave of absence authorized by Headquartes

Liberty men returned on time.

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Moderate W'ly to gentle SW breezes; overcase, rain

Wilson Bros., completed repairs to Wardroom skylight

Wilson Bros. - Completed repairs to Wardroom skylight

Omitted quarters and drills on account of rain

Brought all boats on board from shed, all other gear on board from shed and stowed in hold

H E Gaugh - Received from Headquarters permanent rating for H E Gaugh as Elect lc and delivered same to him

H.E. Gaugh - Received from Headquarters permanent rating as Elect. l.c.

H. E. Gaugh - received permanent rating as Elect 1.c.

H.E. Gaugh, Electrician 1st class - Reveived from headquarters permanent rating

Received from Headquarters by mail 5 copies "landing force and 13 "deck and Boat" books, USN

B. Wells, Elect, 2.c - Sent to Marine Hospital for out-patient treatment

B Wells - Sent B Wells, Elect 2c to Marine Hospital surgeon for out-patient treatment

B. Wells, Electrician 2.c. - Sent to Marine Hospital surgeon for out-patient treatment

3:15 received following telegram from Division Commander: "Proceed immediately Seattle call at Grays Harbor inspect Launch TENACIOUS as previously instructed"

Received telegram from Division Commander: "proceed immediately Seattle call at Grays harbor inspect launch TENACIOUS as previously instructed."

Telegram received from Division Commander - "Proceed immediately Seattle call at Grays Harbour. Inspect Launch "Tenacious" as previously instructed.

Received Telegram

Tenacious - Instructed to proceed to Seattle to inspect launch.

Light and gentle S'ly breezes; overcast, rain

3rd Lieut C C von Paulsen - Signature

 

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7 March 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

At anchor 24 hours

coal: 3 tons 780 lbs - Expended

 

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Drills omitted - inclement weather

Drills omitted - inclement weather

Drills omitted - inclement weather

Fresh and strong breezes to moderate gale, South; overcast rain

3rd Lieut C C von Paulsen - Signature

C. C. con Paulsen - Signed Log

Fresh South breezes to fresh gale blowing with strong gale force in squalls; overcast Heavy rain

Quarters and drills omitted on account of stormy weather

Delayed sailing on account of SW storm making crossing of Grays Harbor an impossibility.

Delayed sailing on account of SW storm making crossing of Grays harbor an impossibility.

Delayed sailing on account of SW storm making the crossing of Grays Harbor Bar an impossibility

Crew making cover for dinghy and search light, scrubbing paint work of pilot house and transferring stores from shed to vessel

B. Wells, electrician 2nd class - sick and off duty.

B. Wells, Electrician - sick, off duty

B Wells - electrician second class sick and off duty

O W Lee - seaman temporarily detailed to radio room

O. W. Lee, seaman - temporarily detailed to radio room

O.W. Lee, seaman - Temporarily detailed to radio room.

Fresh SSE gale blowing with force of whole gale in squalls moderating to moderate gale at end; overcast, heavy rain

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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8 March 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 3 tons 580 pounds - Expended

 

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Position:

Quarters and drills omitted - rain

Moderate SSE gale to strong breezes; overcast Heavy rain

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

Moderate gale and strong breezes; SSE, overcast, rain

Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather

Received from Storekeeper, NY, 2 night signal sets as per invoice

Moustapha Fehmy, fireman - served charges

Moustapha Fehmy - 9: 45 delivered to Moustapha Fehmy, fireman, copy of charges and specifications preferred against him by the Commanding Officer

Moustapha Fehmy, fireman. - 9: 45 Delivered to him copy of charges and specifications preferred against him by the Commanding officer.

Moustapha Fehmy, fireman - Delivered copy of charges and specifications preferred against him by the Commanding Officer.

Absalon Lundehag - SOme of his effects were auctioned off, $1.06 was made, and this was sent to the Norwegian Legation, Wn, DC

Absalom Lundehaug - had some possessions auctioned

Absalon Lundehaug - Auctioned certain effects of Absalon Lundehaug, realizing the sum of $ 1.06 and shipped remainder to Norwegian Legation, Wn, DC, as directed by Headquarters letter of the 1st instant

Absalon Lundehaug - Auctioned certain effects of, realizing sum of $1.06 and shipped remainder to Norwegian Legation, Wn.DC.

Received from Navy Yard, Puget Sound, clothing as per invoice

Absalon Lundehaug. - auction of certain effects realizing sum of $1.06 and shipped remainder to Norwegian Legation, Wn DC.

Vessel remained in port on account of bad bar as reported by North Head radio station

Moustapha Fehmy - received a copy of chareges made against him by commanding officer

Moderate to strong SE breezes; overcast, rain

3rd Lieut C C von Paulsen - Signature

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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9 March 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 3 tons 580 lbs - Expended

 

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C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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10 March 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 7 tons 1220 lbs - Expended

coal: 87tons 1020lbs - remaining

 

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Drills held: Omitted- inclement weather Fire - night signal

Prepared vessel for sea

Light NE breezes to calm; overcast Dense fog

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut -

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

Light NNW breezes to calm; smooth to moderate sea when crossing bar; overcast, fog first part

Crew securing vessel for sea Delayed in getting underway by fog

Set sail

10: 40 flog cleared, underway, stood down river and over bar various courses

11: 50 outer bar whistler, over log (13.5)

, course NNW3/4W for Grays Harbor, and so ends

3rd Lieut C C von Paulsen - Signature

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Light south breezes; overcast Mist to fog Moderate sea

Slowed to slow speed at 3:00 on account of mist

Standing various easterly courses for entrance to Grays Harbor at end

Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Light South to varying to SW airs; overcast fog and mist; ground swell

4: 10 fog too thick to search for entrance to Grays Harbor further, and anchored in 12 fathoms, sandy bottom, to 45 fathoms starboard chain

Fog too thick to search for entrance to Grays Harbor further, anchored in 12 fathoms, sandy bottom, to 45 fathoms starboard chain.

Weighed Anchor

Waiting for fog to life

9: 00 heard Grays Harbor fog signal apparently bearing about East

Heard Grays Harbor fog signal apparently bearing about east

5: 55 sounded fire alarm, water in 35 seconds Held night signal drill

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

3rd Lieut C C von Paulsen - Signature

 

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11 March 1916

Position: off grays harbor wash

Captain S B Winram - Commander of ship

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 7 tons 2220 lbs - Expended

coal: 79tons 1040lbs - remaining

 

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Drills held: Omitted, Magazine inspection

Light WNW airs, overcast

C. F. Howell, 1st Lieut - Signed Log

C.F. Howell, 1st Lieut. - Reported Mid-8am routine

1st Lieut C F Howell - Signature

Light variable airs to gentle SSE breezes; overcast Dense fog to mist Ground swell

Inspected magazine and tested flood cock, temperatures 57 and 68

1:36 up anchor, went ahead, slow speed, course SSE

2:45 anchored in 11.25 fathoms water to 60 fathoms starboard cable, on account of dense fog

3:58, fog lifting, got underway and stood various courses for entrance to Grays Harbor. So ends.

Gentle to moderate breezes, SSE to SW; overcast. Mist to rain

4:35 anchored off Bell Buoy #8, in 7 fathoms water to 45 fathoms starboard cable. Hoisted IC signal "F H" (send boat)

to Grays Harbor Coast Guard Station

5:30 power-boat of Coast Guard Station came alongside and was examined by Engineer Officers regarding repairs.

steam schooner NORWOOD - ran aground on shoal nearby

Steam Schooner Norwood (San Francisco)

- Ran aground between Bell Bouy #8 & Nun Buoy #2.

steam schooner NORWOOD, San Francisco - standing out ran aground on shoal between bell buoy #8 and nun buoy #2. Sent an officer to confer with master and decided the Norwood was resting easily and in no danger, to render assistance at high water towmorrow morning as darkness would make operations dangerous at the present time.

Norwood - 5:50 steam schooner Norwood, San Francisco, standing out rand aground on shoal between Bell Buoy #8 and Nun Buoy #2. Sent an officer to confer with master and decided that as the Norwood was resting easily and in no danger, to render assistance at high water tomorrow morning as darkness would make operations dangerous at the present time.

steam schooner NORWOOD, San Francisco - standing out ran aground on shoal between Bell Buoz #8 and Nun Buoy #2

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Summary of Drills: Commanding Officer's inspection 1 Quarters 1 Fire 2 Night signal 1

Examined and certified to be a correct copy of the ship's log

3rd Lieutenant C C von Paulsen - Signature of confirmation of it to be a correct copy of the ship's log

S B Winram - Forwarded, approved: Signature Commanding

H M Broadbent - Forwarded Division Commander

 

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12 March 1916

Position: destruction island light east 9 miles

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

S B Winram - Captain commanding for the week ending Saturday March 18

Officers present: 6; Warrant officers present: 4; Authorized No in general mess: 50; Vacancies in general mess: 2; Total number in general mess: 48

coal: 22 tons 1620 lbs - Expended

coal: 56tons 1660lbs - remaining

 

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port townsend washington at anchor

Muster omitted, rain. Commanding Officer's inspection

Norwood - came off with rising tide at 4.55am

NORWOOD - Came off bar with high tide

Set sail

NORWOOD - came off with rising tide at 4:55 am

NORWOOD - came off [shore] with rising tide at 4:55am

C F Howell - 1st Lieut

C. F. Howell, 1st Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C C von Paulsen - 3rd Lieut

Umatilla Reef Light Vessel - sighted seven miles distant

Umatilla Reef Light Vessel abeam seven miles distant

Charles G. Roemer - Signed Log

Charles G Roemer - 2nd Lieut

Stopped due to machinery trouble

5: 00pm stopped, machinery trouble

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. F. Howell, 1st Lieut - Signed Log

Anchored at Port Townsend, Washington

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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13 March 1916

Position: port townsend washington

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 48tons 1880lbs - remaining

coal: 7 tons 2020 lbs - Expended

 

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moored to bell st wharf seattle wash at 950am

6.02 under way; 6.10 full speed ahead.

C. F. Howell, 1st Lieut - Signed Log

Received instructions to proceed to Bremerton navel yard Washington for repairs.

Assistant Surgeon C. J. McDevitt - reported for duty

Assistant Surgeon C J McDevitt - reported for duty in obedience to orders dated March 1 1916 (P.H.S.)

Assistant Surgeon C.J. McDevitt - reported for duty in obedience

Assistant Surgeon C.J. McDevitt, US Public Health Service - reported for duty

Cast off

made fast at Navy Yard port side #4 at 3:42pm

Docked

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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14 March 1916

Position: navy yard puget sound wash

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 2 tons 1820 lbs - Expended

coal: 46tons 60lbs - remaining

 

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Charles G. Roemer - 2nd Lieutnant

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

H. Tonneson, seaman - did not return on time

H. Tonneson, seaman - Returned late from Liberty

H. Tonneson, seaman - Liberty party returned on time except for

H Tonneson - Seaman, did not return on time from leave

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Returned from leave

W.P. Kain, 3rd Lieut. - returned from leave having taken seven days.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieutnant - returned from leave, having taken seven days

W P Kain - 3rd Lieut, returned from leave, having taken seven days.

A. C. Monroe, fireman - returned 2 hours late from Liberty

A.C. Monroe, fireman - returned two hours late from liberty.

A C Monroe - Fireman, returned two hours late from liberty

A. C. Monroe, fireman - returned 2 hours late from liberty

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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15 March 1916

Position: navy yard puget sound wash

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 2 tons 520 lbs - Expended

coal: 45tons 1780lbs - remaining

 

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C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C.C. von Paulsen - 3rd Lieutnant

H. Tonneson, seaman - absent 24 hours without leave

H. Tonneson, seaman - absent 24 hours without leave.

H. Tonneson, seaman - absent 24 hours without leave

H. Tonneson, seaman - returned 29 hours 40 minutes late from Liberty

H Tonneson - Seaman, returned 29 hours and 40 minutes late from liberty. Forfeits two days pay, given 58 hours extra duty, and quarantined 30 days.

H. Tonneson, seaman - returned 29 hours and 40 minutes late from liberty. Forfeits two days pay, given 58 hours extra duty and quarantines 30 days.

H. Tonneson, seaman - returned 29h 40min late from liberty. Forfeits two days pay, given 58 hours extra duty, and quarantined 30 days

W.P. Kain, 3rd Lieut. - Reported pm routine.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain - 3rd Lieutnant

 

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16 March 1916

Position: navy yard puget sound wash

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 1 ton 1460 lbs - Expended

coal: 44tons 320lbs - remaining

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain - 3rd Lieutnant

T. H. eager, 2nd Lieutenant of Engineers - returned from 10 days leave of absence

Second Lieutenant Of Engineers T. H. Yeager - Returned from 10 days leave of absence

2nd Lieut. of Engineers T.H. Yeager - returned from 10 days leave of absence.

T H Yeager - Second Lieutenant of Engineers, returned from 10 days leave of absence.

L. Benson, ordinary seaman - quarantined one liberty for insolence to executive officer

L. Benson, ordinary seaman - quarantines one liberty for insolence to the executive officer.

L. Benson, ordinary seaman - quarantined from liberty for insolence to the executive officer

L Benson - Ordinary seaman, quarantined one liberty for insolence to the executive officer.

received the equivalent of 1470 rations for April 1916

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Goemer - 2nd Lieutnant

 

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17 March 1916

Position: navy yard puget sound washington

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 2 tons 1820 lbs - Expended

coal: 41tons 740lbs - remaining

 

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Charles G. Roemer - 2nd Lieutenant

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

H. Toyota, ship's cook - did not return with liberty party on time.

H. Tozota, ship's cook - did not returned on time from liberty

R. Stapleton, ordinary seaman - did not returned on time from liberty

R. Stapleton, ordinary seaman - did not return with liberty party on time

R. Stapleton, ordinary seaman - returned late from Liberty

H. Toyota, ship's cook - returned late from Liberty

R Stapleton - Ordinary seaman, did not return with liberty party

H Toyota - Ship's cook, did not return with liberty party

oil: 200 gals. -

received 200gals engine oil, 100gals Kerosine from Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Wn.

other: 100 gals - Kerosene

oil: 200 gals - engine oil

M. Alvin, WT - failed to return from liberty

J. Yamamoto - failed to return from liberty

M. Alvin, W.T. - returned late from liberty

J. Yamamoto, 1st class boy - returned late from liberty

M. Alvin, 1st class boy - failed to return from liberty

W. T. Yamamoto - failed to return from liberty

M Alvin - W.T. failed to return from liberty

J Yamamoto - 1st class boy, failed to return from liberty

J. Yamamoto, 1st class boy - failed to return from liberty.

R. Stapleton, ordinary seaman - returned 7 hours late from liberty

R Stapleton - Seaman, returned from liberty 7 hours late, given 14 hours extra duty and quarantined 10 days.

R. Stapleton, ordinary seaman - returned 7h late from liberty, given 14h extra duty and quarantined 10 days

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. von Paulsen - 3rd Lieutenant

 

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18 March 1916

Position: navy yard puget sound wash

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 2 tons 30 lbs - Expended

coal: 39tons 720lbs - remaining

 

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C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. von Paulsen - 3rd Lieutenant

H. Toyota, ship's cook - absent 24 hours without leave

G.R. Price, seaman - absent without leave

G. R. Price, seaman - absent without leave

H Toyota - Ship's cook, absent 24 hours without leave

G. R. Price, seaman - absent without leave

G R Price - Seaman, absent without leave

H. Toyota, ship's cook - absent 24h without leave

T. Ono, 1st class boy - failed to return from liberty

T. Ono, 1st class boy - failed to return from liberty

T Ono - 1st class boy, failed to return from liberty

M. Alvin, watertender - absent 24 hours without leave

J. Yamamoto, 1st class boy - absent 24h without leave

M. alvin, watertender - absent 24h without leave

J. Yamamoto, 1st class boy - absent 24 hours without leave

M Alvin - Watertender, absent 24 hours without leave

J Yamamoto - 1st class boy, absent 24 hours without leave.

O. W. Lee, seaman - returned 2 hours 50 minutes late from liberty

O.W. Lee, seaman - returned 2 hours 50 minutes late from liberty

O. W. Lee, seaman - returned 2h 50min late from liberty, quarantined 3 liberties and given 6h extra duty

O W Lee - Seaman, returned 2 hours 50 minutes late from liberty, quarantined three liberties and given 6 hours extra duty.

received 6040 pounds of grate bars from Navy Yard

Lauritz Brandt - enlisted as ordinary seaman

Lauritz Brandt - enlisted as ordinary seaman

Lauritz Brandt - Emlisted as ordinary seaman

Lauritz Brandt - Enlisted as ordinary seaman

M. Alvin, watertender - returned 31 hours late from liberty

M Alvin - Watertender, returned 31 hours late from liberty. Forfeits two days pay, quarantined 30 days and given 62 hours extra duty.

G. R. Price, seaman - returned 9.25 hours late from liberty

G R Price - Seaman, returned 9.75 hours late from liberty. Given 19 hours extra duty and quarantined 10 days.

M. Alvin, watertender - returned 31h late from liberty, forfeits 2 days pay, quarantined 30 days, given 62h extra duty

G. R. Price, seaman - returned 9h 15min late from liberty, quarantined 10 days, given 19h extra duty

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain - 3rd Lieutenant

~ M Broadbent - signs log page as Division Commander

 

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19 March 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

S B Winram - Captain Commanding for the week ending March 25

S. B. Winram - Captain

coal: 9 tons 1340 lbs - Expended

coal: 29tons 1620lbs - remaining

 

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port townsend 335pm came to anchor

C. Elliott, 2nd class boy - detailed to duty in the wardroom

C Elliott - 2nd class boy, detailed to duty in the wardroom

C. Elliott, 2nd class boy - detailed to duty in the wardroom

C. Elliott, 2nd class boy - detailed to duty in wardroom

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain - 3rd Lieutenant

H. Toyota, ship's cook - returned after 48 hours absent without leave

H Toyata - Ship's cook, returned 48 hours absent without leave. Forfeits 4 days pay, quarantined 60 days and given 96 hours extra duty.

H. Toyota, ship's cook - returned, 48h absent without leave, forfeits 4days pay, quarantined 60days, 96h extra duty

T. Ono, first class boy - absent 24 hours without leave, considered deserted

Y Yamamoto and T Ono - first class boys, absent 48 and 24 hours respectively without leave. As none of their effects are on board, they are considered deserters as of the seventeenth and eighteenth instants, respectively.

Y. Yamamoto, 1st class boy - absent 48 hours without leave, considered deserted

Y. Yamamoto - considered deserter

Y. Yamamoto, 1st class boy - 48h absent, as none of his effects are on board, he is considered desertant as of the 17th instant

T. Ono, 1st class boy - 24h absent, as none of his effects are on board, he is considered desertant as of the 18th instant

Y. Yamamoto - 48 hr AWOL, considered deserter.

T. Ono - considered deserter

T. Ono. - 24 hr AWOL, considered deserter

Master O. J. Humphrey, Jr. - came on board as guests of Commanding Officer for passage to Boat Harbor, B. C.

Mr O. J. Humphery - came on board as guests of Commanding Officer for passage to Boat Harbor, B. C.

Mr O J Humphrey and Master O J Humphrey Jr - of 605 Boylston Ave, Seattle, Wash. came on board as guests of Commanding Officer for passage from Bremerton Wash to Boat Harbour, B.C.

Mr. O. J. Humphrey and Master O. J. Humphrey, Jr., 605 Boylston Ave., Seattle, Wn. - came on board as guests of Commanding Officer for passage from Bremerton, Wn., to Boat Harbor, B.C.

Mr. O.J. Humphrey and Master O.J. Humphrey Jr. - of 605 Boylston Ave., Seattle, Wash., came on board as guests of Commanding Officer for passage from Bremerton, Wash. to Boat Harbor, BC.

Cast off

10.15am Cast of and stood down Sinclair Inlet then Riche's Passage various courses and speeds.

11: 05am trouble developed in H.P. cylinder valve chest, so anchored off Point Orchard

11: 55am repairs completed

Moustapha Fehmy - fireman

Moustapha Fehmy - Fireman. General Coast Guard Court in session, his case.

Moustapha Fehmy, fireman - General Coast Guard Court in session over case of

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer - 3rd Lieutenant

came to anchor in Port Townsend

C. C. von Paulsen - 3rd Lieutenant

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Moustapha Fehmy. - Sent to hospital suffering from a loathsome disease due to his own vicious habits.

Moustapha Fehmy, fireman - sent to Marine hospotal, Port Townsend, for treatment, as he is suffering from a lathsome disease due to his own vicious habits

Fireman Moustapha Fehmy - send to Marine Hospital, suffering from presumed STD

Moustapha Fehmy - Sent to Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, for treatment, as he is suffering from a loathsome disease due to his own vicious habits.

Moustapha Fehmy, fireman - sent to marine hospital, Port Townsend for treatment, as he is suffering from a loathsome disease due to his own vicious habits.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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20 March 1916

Position: port townsend wash

S. B. Winram - Captain

coal: 10 tons 500 lbs - Expended

coal: 17tons 1120lbs - reamining (-2tons to error of 15 March 1916)

 

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up anchor and set sail

6.18 up anchor. Stood out of Port Townsend Bay, then Admiralty Inlet for the Straits of Juan de Fuca.

Charles G. Roemer - 2nd Lieutenant

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Crew employed making a cover for the sounding machine, scraping the house deck and making preparations for coaling. Omitted quarters on account of rain.

W. P Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain - 3rd Lieutenant

made fast to coal wharf at Boat Harbor

12.50pm made fast to coal wharf, Boat Harbor. Commenced coaling.

coaling from 12: 40pm until 7pm

Continued coaling until 7.00, when stopped for the night.

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. von Paulsen - 3rd Lieutenant

 

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21 March 1916

Position: boat harbor bc

S. B. Winram - Captain

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 212 tons -

coal: 212 tons - Received

coal: 212 tons -

coal: 212 tons received -

coal: 4 tons 820 lbs - Expended

coal: 225tons 300lbs - remaining (212 received)

 

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C. C. von Paulsen - 3rd Lieutenant

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

11.30, finished coaling, having received 212 tons of coal from the United Coal Sales Co., at the Boat Harbor Wharf B.C.

received 212 tons of coal from United Coal Sales Co. at the Boat Harbor Wharf, B. C.

Mr O. J. Humphrey -

Master O. J. Humphrey, Jr. - left ship

Mr O.J. Humphrey - Left the vessel

Mr O J Humphrey and Master O J Humphrey Jr - left the vessel

Mr. O. J. Humphrey and Master O. J. Humphrey, Jr. - left the vessel

Master O.J. Humphrey, Jr - Left the vessel.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

12.16 anchored off Boat Harbor in 12 fathoms water to 60 fathoms starboard cable. Decided to remain at anchor awaiting better weather conditions.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer - 2nd Lieutenant

C. C. von Paulsen - Signed Log

6.02 fire quarters, water in 55 seconds.

W. P. Kain - 3rd Lieutenant

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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22 March 1916

Position: off boat harbor bc

S. B. Winram - Captain

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 13 tons 780 lbs - Expended

coal: 211tons 1760lbs - remaining

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain - 3rd Lieutenant

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer - 2nd Lieutenant

3: 30pm stopped on account of machinery trouble

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. von Paulsen - 3rd Lieutenant

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

6.03 anchored in Oyster Bay, B.C. in 9.75 fathoms water to 60 fathoms starboard cable. Engineers repairing H.P. valve.

6.03 anchored in Oyster Bay, B.C. in 9.75 fathoms water to 60 fathoms starboard cable. Engineers repairing H.P. valve.

6: 03pm anchored in Oyster Bay, B.C., Engineers repairing H.P. valve

Charles G. Roemer, 2rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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23 March 1916

Position: oyster bay bc

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 200tons 2100lbs - remaining

 

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Drills held - Omitted - fresh paint about decks.

5.12 up anchor. Stood up Georgia Strait, thru Discovery Passage and Seymour Narrows for Johnstone Strait.

Engineers repairing H.P. valve until 1:00am

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer - 2nd Lieutenant

standing various courses for Alert Bay, B.C., where came to at 1.25 in 9 fathoms to 30 fathoms starboard chain.

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. von Paulsen - 3rd Lieutenant

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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24 March 1916

Position: alert bay bc

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 191tons 560lbs - remaining

 

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Drills held - omitted, stormy weather.

5.40 underway, stood various courses out of Alert Bay

C. C. von Paulsen - 3rd Lieutenant

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Watch ends off Clark Point with both staysails set.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain - 3rd Lieutenant

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer - 2nd Lieutenant

4.04 anchored in McLoughlin Bay in 16.5 fathoms to 45 fathoms starboard chain.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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25 March 1916

Position: mcloughlin bay lama passage bc

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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6.10 got underway and stood up Lama Passage on various courses

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Standing up Grenville channel for Lowe Inlet where anchored in Nettle Basin at 5.50 in 21 fathoms water to 60 fathoms starboard cable.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Summary of drills: Inspection 1; Fire 1; Magazine inspection 1; Aired bags and bedding 1

 

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26 March 1916

Position: lowe inlet grenville channel bc

S B Winram - Captain commanding, for the week ending Saturday April 1 1916

Captain S. B. Winram – Commanding

 

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6.20 up anchor and stood out of Lowe Inlet, then to northward in Grenville Channel.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

set clocks back 15 minutes

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

3.05 increased speed in order to make Ketchikan before dark as the weather looked threatening.

set clocks back 12 minutes

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

5.20, when off Hog Rocks, weather becoming thick, decided not to attempt to make Ketchikan, and so stood S.E. for anchorage in Custom House Cove, where anchored at 5.52 in 15 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms starboard cable.

Charles G. Roermer, 2rd Lieut - Signed Log

C.C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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27 March 1916

Position: custom house cove mary island alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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Drills held - boat (oars)

- 2; Resuscitation; Bag & hammock inspection.

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

9.30, anchored off Ketchikan in 9.5 fathoms to 45 fathoms of starboard chain. Sent 2 anchors to board the fishing fleet and ascertain where the fleet is ~ing at the present time.

Sent two officers to board fishing fleet

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Complete list of ships boarded at Ketchikan, Alaska -

Several People - Boarded in Alaska

Am. M. Boat Andrew Z. - Boarded for inspection

A. M. Boat Tyee - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Celt - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Nora E. - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Fearless - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Emmie - Boarded for inspection

Andrew Z., Seattle, Peell, Fishing. Tyee, Ketchikan, Thomas, Fishing. Celt, Port Townsend, Sayles, Cannery Tender. Nora E. Metlakatla, Eaton, Fishing. Fearless, Ketchikan, Van Booze, Logging. Emmie, Ketchikan, McKay, Fishing. Mary, Ketchikan, MacKay, Fishing. Joseph, Bellington, Johnson, Fishing. Searchlight, Ketchikan, NOB. Vega, Ketchikan, NOB. Niagra, Ketchikan, NOB. Cigar, Ketchikan, NOB. - Boarded at Ketchikan, Alaska

Am. M. Boat Mary - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Joseph - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Searchlight - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Vega - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Niagara - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Cigar - Boarded for inspection

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lt - Boarding Officer

 

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27 March 1916

Position:

Boarded and examined this day the following vessels at Ketchikan -

Am. M. Boat Selina - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Gjoa - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Lister - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Myrtle - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Get the Hook - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Teddy - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Tahn - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Acushla - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Margaret - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Holdal - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Stranger - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Elfin - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Mary - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Oro - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Skipper - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Installer - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Annie - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Venus - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Lula - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Dawn - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Bud - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Ethelyn - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Star - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Astria - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Seaketch - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Frances - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Voyager - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Shenandoah - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Driva - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Martha - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Lieber - Boarded for inspection

Am. M. Boat Winnie -

C. C. von Paulsen - Signed Boarding Log

 

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28 March 1916

Position: ketchikan alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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Drills held: Quarters, battery, infantry, resusciation, Signal (night)

5.37 got underway and stood various courses up Tongass Narrows

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

2.23 anchored off Wrangell, Alaska, in 13 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms starboard cable. No fishing vessels in port.

Commanding Officer called officially on the Collector of Customs, Wrangell.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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29 March 1916

Position: wrangell alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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Drills held: Quarters, Fire, Collision, Abandoning ship

Mid. to 8am: - 6:05, up anchor and stood to westward in Sumner Strait. Cleared up decks. Off Vichnefski Rocks at end.

6.05 up anchor and stood to westward in Sumner Strait.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

9.20 passed a hallibut fisherman standing in.

8am to Mrdn: - 9:20, passed a hallibut fisherman standing in. 10:25 (29.0)

, Helm Rock, 0.5 mi. 11:16 (37.5)

, Beauclerc Id. abeam, 2.2 miles, SE 1/8 S, and so ends, full speed.

Held fire drill. Hose ready in 35 seconds. Did not turn on water on account of fresh paint about decks.

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

12: 12, stood SSW, log (46.2)

, 12: 39, Spanish Islands light bearing SW 1/2 S, distant 7.5 miles, log (50.6)

stood SW 1/4 S. 1:20, Cape Decision close aboard, log (57.0)

, stood WxS for Cape Ommaney. 3:17, Wooden Island bearing NxW distant 3.1 miles, log (77.2)

. 3: 00, set the staysails. 3:30, Puffin Point bearing NxW, distant 6 miles, stood WNW 1/4 W, log (79.3)

. Crew employed chipping paint, repairing a launch fender, sewing canvas and scraping the house deck ladder.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

4pm to 6pm:- Southerly swell. 6:00, in staysails. Course WNWN 1/2 W thruout.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

6pm to 8pm:- On course WNW W, full speed throughout.

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

8pm to Mid.: - 8:00, stood SSE at slow speed, log (18.8)

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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30 March 1916

Position: at sea gulf of alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Signed Log

 

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Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

8.15 came to in Sitka Harbor in 14 fathoms to 60 fathoms starboard chain. Sent for mail.

2.09, underway, stood into Naval Radio Station dock, where moored at 2.30, for the purpose of taking water. Received by mail from Department of Commerce 1 copy Light List, Pacific Coast, 1916, and from Headquarters stationery as per semi-annual requisition.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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31 March 1916

Position: sitka alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Signed Log

Vessels boarded (motor boats excluded)

: American 1; Motor boats boarded - American 14

 

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C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Boarded and examined the following motor boats.

Am. Gas Screw Eunice - Boarded for inspection

Eunice - boarded

Baranoff - Boarded

Am. M.B. Baranoff - Boarded for inspection

Bertha - Boarded

Am. M.B. Bertha - Boarded for inspection

Am. M.B. White Bear - Boarded for inspection

White Bear - boarded

Am. M.B. Mary J. - Boarded for inspection

Am. M.B. Katie - Boarded for inspection

Katie - boarded

Am. M.B. Emily M. - Boarded for inspection

emily - boarded

Am. M.B. Golden Rod - Boarded for inspection

Golden Rod - boarded

Am. M.B. Cruscoff - Boarded for inspection

Curscoff - boarded

Am. M.B. Helen - Boarded for inspection

Am. M.B. Bear Hunter - Boarded for inspection

Bear Hunter - boarded

Am. M.B. Jacob - Boarded for inspection

Jacob - boarded

Kingfisher - boarded

Am. M.B. Kingfisher - Boarded for inspection

Am. M.B. Rosy - Boarded for inspection

Rosy - boarded

Elsie - boarded

Am. M.B. Elsie - Boarded for inspection

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed off boarding log

 

 

APRIL 1916

 

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1 April 1916

Position: 58 00 N sitka alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Signed Log

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut. - Signed Log

11.08, cast off and stood up Sitka Sound for Olga Strait.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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Position:

Summary of drills, on Saturday April 1 1916

 

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2 April 1916

Position: yakutat alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

S B Winram - Captain, Commanding, for the week ending Saturday April 8 1916

 

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Muster and inspection omitted - stormy weather

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

10.13, anchored off the village of Yakutat in 21 fathoms to 60 fathoms of starboard chain.

R. Stapleton, seaman - given one hour's extra duty for bing out of uniform

R. Stapleton, Seaman - Given extra hour's duty for being out of uniform

R. Stapleton - given one hour's extra duty for being out of uniform

R Stapleton - given one hour's extra duty for being out of uniform

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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3 April 1916

Position: yakutat alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

The Ship's Surgeon inspected the native village and treated any who were in need of medical assistance

The ship's surgeon inspected the native village and treated any who were in need of medical assistance.

The ship's surgeon inspected the native village and treated any who were in need of medical assistance.

George Howell Davis, oiler 1st class - Honorably discharged on account of expiration of term of subsequent enlistment

George Howell Davis, Oiler 1st Class - Honourably Discharged due to expiration of term of subsequent employment

George Howell Davis - Oiler 1st class, on account of expiration of term of subsequent enlistment.

George Howell Davis, 1st calls - Honorably discharged on account of expiration of term of subsequent enlistment.

George Howell Davis, (Oiler 1st class)

- Honorable discharge on account of expiration of term of subsequent enlistment.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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4 April 1916

Position: 59 11 N 140 19 W yakutat alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

8.10 stood out of harbor into Yakutat Bay, various courses.

Geroge Howell Davies, oiler 1st class - reenlisted

George Howell Davies - Re-enlisted as Oiler, First Class

George Howell Davies (Oiler First class)

- Reenlisted.

George Howell Davies - Reenlisted as oiler, first class

George Howell Davies - reenlisted as oiler, first class

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

James Carruthers - master signalled for medical assistance for injured man

James Carruthers - Master of trawler JAMES CARRUTHERS requested medical assistance for an injured man.

Master of trawler James Carruthers, requested medical assistance for an injured man. Sent ship's surgeon with boarding officer.

James Carruthers - Master of trawler requested medical assistance for an injured man. Sent ship's surgeon with boarding officer. Ascertained from Master who had left Ketchikan April 1 that the fishermen's strike was still on, and few boats were out.

Ascertained from Master who had left Ketchikan April 1 that the fishermen's strike was still on, and few boats were out.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

James Carruthers - boarded

James Carruthers - Boarded, Grimsby, Gilbert - Ketchikan, fishing.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Boarding Log

 

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5 April 1916

Position: 57 21 N 136 15 W sitka alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

Captain S B Winram - Commander

Motor boats boarded - American 4 (spoke)

 

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57 41 N 136 24 W sitka

Drills held: Omitted - rolling and pitching of vessel Quarters, Fire

occasional fog banks

Moderate East breeze. Partly cloudy. Occasional fog banks. Moderate sea. No vessels sighted.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

3rd Lieut W P Kain - Signature

Frest ESE breeze; partly cloudy. Occasional fog banks at first. Moderate sea. Cleared up decks. Sighted no vessels.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

Moderate to fresh ESE breezes; mostly cloudy to overcast; moderate sea vessel rolling deeply

vessel rolling deeply

Pilot - Spoke to - no assistance required

Port Townsend - spoke pilot, who needed no assistance

Pilot, of Port Townsend - spoke

Port Townsend - stopped, spoke PILOT of Port Townsend, who needed no assistance

Pilate - Spoke to Pilot of Port Townsend, who needed no assistance. Lat 57 41 N, Long 136 21 W

SE1/2E for Cape Edgecombe

Viking - Spoke to, required no assistance

Viking, Seattle - spoke

Viking - spoke Viking, Seattle, needing no assistance

Viking - spoke, needing no assistance

Viking - Spoke Viking, Seattle, needing no assistance, Lat 57 30 N, Long 136 24 W

For Cape Edgecombe

Increased speed to 90 turns so as to arrive at Sitka before dark

3rd Lieut CC von Paulsen - Signature

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Fresh ESE breeze. Overcast with passing showers. Moderate sea.

Jim Ham - spoke the Jim Ham of Seattle

Jim Ham - Spoke to

Jim Ham - spoke

Jim Ham, Seattle - spoke

Jim Ham - Spoke to Jim Ham of Seattle

3rd Lieut W P Kain - Signature

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Fresh to moderate variable breezes, ESE to NE; overcast. Moderate to smooth.

Moored to Naval Wharf at Sitka at 5.27

6:47 sounded fire alarm 6:47:53 first water

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

2nd Lieut Charles G Roemer - Signature

 

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6 April 1916

Position: sitka alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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Mid to 8 am: prepared for coaling ship

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - signature

coal: - 8.45 commenced taking coal

8 am to 4 pm: 8.45, commenced taking coal

commenced taking on coal

Received from headquarters by mail one copy each: Seagoing Vessels of the US and List of Merchant Vessels of the U.S.

Recieved by post 1 copy each of "Seagoing Vessels of the U.S." and "List of Merchant Vessels of the U.S."

F. Donnelly, Fireman - Did not return from Special Liberty - arrested by U.S. Marshall for disorderly conduct

F Donnelly, fireman - failed to return from special liberty. Was advised by US Marshall that he was in custody for disordery conduct

F Donnelly - Fireman, failed to return from special liberty. Was advised by U.S. Marshall that he was in custody for disorderly conduct.

F. Donnelly, fireman - failed to return from special liberty. Was advised by US Marshall that he was in custody for disorderly conduct.

F. Donnelly, fireman - failed to return from special liberty. Was advised by U.S. Marshall that he was in custody for disorderly conduct..

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut – signature

 

7 April 1916

(left hand page apparently missing)

 

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Mid to 8 am: 6.30, commenced coaling

CC von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - signature

Crew employed coaling ship.

coal: - Crew employed coaling ship

F. Donnelly, fireman - absent 24 hours without leave

F. Donnally, fireman - absent 24 hours without leave.

F Donnelly - Fireman, absent 24 hours without leave.

WP Kain, 3rd Lieut - signature

 

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8 April 1916

Position: sitka alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 166 tons -

coal: 166 tons -

coal: 166 tons - Received

coal: 166 tons -

coal: 166 tons -

 

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WP Kain, 3rd Lieut - signature

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Finished coaling at 3.00 pm

coal: 166 tons -

H. MArquardt, seaman - enlistemnt expires this day, enlistment is extended until arrival of vessel in a United States port

Seaman H, Marquardt - enlistment expired, extended until US port reached

H Marquardt - Seaman, enlistment expires this day, enlistment is extended until arrival of vessel in a United States port.

Seaman H. Marquardt - enlistment expires this day.

Seaman H Marquardt - enlistment expires this day, enlistment is extended until arrival in a United States port

F. Donnelly, Fireman - Absent 48 hours without leave

F Donnelly - Fireman, absent 48 hours without leave.

F. Donnelly, fireman - absent 48 hours without leave.

F Donnelly, fireman - absent 48 hours without leave

Charles G Roemer, 2nd Lieut - signature

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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9 April 1916

Position: rodman bay alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

S B Winram - Captain, Commanding for the week ending Saturday April 15 1916

 

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Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

F. Donnelly, W.T. - returned on board, having been absent without leave 61 hours, confined in jail in Sitka. Forfaits 4 days' pay and receives 122 hours extra duty

F. Donnelly, W.T. - Returned from jail to boat 61 hours late

F Donnelly - WT. returned on board, having been absent without leave 61 hours, confined in jail in Sitka. Forfeits 4 days' pay and receives 122 hours extra duty.

F. Donnelly, W.T. - returned on board, having been abasent without leave 61 hours, confined in jail in Sitka. Forfeits 4 day' pay and receives 122 hours extra duty.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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10 April 1916

Position: rodman bay at

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Crew scrubbed clothes and aloft after coaling

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

5.40 made fast temporarily to wharf while ascertaining if water could be obtained.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Recieved 3 Copies Of Radio Instructions for the US Coast Guard

6.12, cast off and backed down to the lumber wharf. 6.27 made fast to the lumber wharf. Held night signal drill. Received 3 copies of Radio Instructions for the U.S. Coast Guard, 1916, from Headquarters.

Received 3 copies of Radio Instructions for the U.S. Coast Guard, 1916, from Headquarters.

Received 3 copies of Radio Instructions for the US Coast Guard, 1916, from Headquarters

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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11 April 1916

Position: juneau alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

Vessels boarded (motor boats excluded)

American 5; Motor boats boarded - American - 17

 

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A. Andersen, coxswain - Absent without leave, Liberty Party member

E. Moen, quartermaster - Absent without leave, Liberty Party member

W.R. Christensen, asst. master-at-arms - absent without leave, Liberty Party Member

W R Christensen, asst. master-arms, E Moen, quartermaster, A Andersen, coxswain, O. W. Lee and K. A Fischer, seamen, A. C. Monroe, fireman, R. F. Dibb, electrician third class and G Petersen, 2nd class boy - absent without leave

O. W. Lee, seaman - Absent without leave, Liberty Party member

K.A. Fischer, Seaman - Absent without leave, Liberty Party member

R. F. Dibb, electrician third class - Absent without leave, Liberty Party member

A. C. Monroe, fireman - Absent without leave, Liberty Party member

G. Petersen, 2nd Class Boy - Absent without leave, Liberty Party member

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

A. Andersen, coxswain - Returned late from liberty - quarantined 1 liberty and given 1 hour's extra duty

W. R. Christensen, assistant master-at-arms - Returned late from liberty - quarantined 1 liberty and given 1 hour's extra duty

K. A. Fischer, seaman - Returned late from liberty - quarantined 1 liberty and given 1 hour's extra duty

8.15 W R Christensen, assistant master-at-arms, A Andersen, coxswain, and K A Fischer, seaman - returned, each quarantined one liberty and given one hour's extra duty.

O. W. Lee, Seaman - Returned late from liberty - quarantined 3 liberties and given 3 hour's extra duty

A. C. Monroe, fireman - Returned late from liberty - quarantined 3 liberties and given 3 hour's extra duty

E. Moen, quartermaster - Returned late from liberty - quarantined 3 liberties and given 3 hour's extra duty

8:15, W.R. Christensen, assistant master-at-arms, A. Andersen, Coxswain, and K.A. Fischer, seaman, returned, each quarantined one liberty and give one hour's extra duty. 10:30, E. Moen, quartermaster, A.C. Monroe, fireman, O.W. Lee, Seaman, and R. F. Dibb, electrician third class, and G. Petersen, second class boy, returned, they having been confined in jail ashore for disorderly conduct ashore last evening, each quarantined three liberties and given three hours extra duty. In addition to above punishment each is quarantined 15 days for creating disturbance ashore.

G. Petersen, second class boy - Returned late from liberty - quarantined 3 liberties and given 3 hour's extra duty

R. F. Dibb, electrician third class - Returned late from liberty - quarantined 3 liberties and given 3 hour's extra duty

10.30 E Moen, quartermaster, A. C. Monroe, fireman, O.W. Lee, Seaman and R. F Dibb, electrician third class, and G Petersen, second class boy - returned, they having been confined in jail ashore for disorderly conduct ashore last evening, each quarantined three liberties and given three hours extra duty. In addition to above punishment each is quarantined 15 days for creating disturbance ashore.

Five crew members return to Manning from jail after liberty.

Recieved orders to head for Seattle, Washington on the 14th

Received cablegram from Division Commander regarding Manning to report at Seattle, Wash. on the 14th instant.

recieved cablegram from Division Commander regarding MANNING to report at Seattle, Wash., on the 14th instant.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

12.57 underway from wharf, stood various courses out Gastineau Ch

Ordered 95RPM to reach Seattle on the 14th in compliance with orders received 3 days late.

1.00 ordered 95 RPM to reach Seattle on the 14th in compliance with orders received 3 days late.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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11 April 1916 (continued)

Position:

List of ships boarded on 11th April 1916 -

Am. G.S. Prince of Wales - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. RIPPLE - Boarded and examined

List of vessels boarded and examined

Am. G.S. ALMA - Boarded and examined

Am. G.S. LOIS - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. SEA BIRD - Boarded and examined

Am. G.S. ST. NICHOLAS - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. CONCORD - Boarded and examined

Am. G.S. CHICAGOFF - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. TILLICUM - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. TORNADO - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. Pauline - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. ALFRIC. S. - Boarded and examined

Boarded 22 vessels.

Am. M.B. NO NAME - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. OLGA - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. LILLIAN - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. W.A.KELLY - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. DU PONT POWDER - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. CORDELIA D. - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. NO NAME - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. XANTHUS - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. IOWA - Boarded and examined

Am. M.B. LU - Boarded and examined

Found no violations

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Boarding Log

G.S. Prince of Wales, M. B. Ripple, G.S. Alma, G.S. Lois, M.B Sea Bird, G.S. St Nicholas, M.B. Concord, G.S. Chicagoff, M.B. Tillicum, M.B. Tornado, M.B. Pauline, M.B. Aleric, M.B No Name, M.B. Olga, M.B. Lillian, M.B. W.A. Kelly, M.B. Du Pont Powder, M. B. Cordelia, M.B. No Name, M.B. Xanthus, M.B. Iowa, M. B. Lu. - Vessels boarded and examined - found no violations

 

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12 April 1916

Position: chatham strait alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

11.10 came to in Shakan Anchorage in 9 fms to 60 fms stbd chain.

commenced taking in rain water from scuppers.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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13 April 1916

Position: union bay ernest sound alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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finished taking rain water from scuppers, received 3100 gals.

finished taking rain water from scuppers, received 3100 gals.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Teddy Hisato Okamoto, 1st Class Boy - Honourably Discharged on account of expiration of term of subsequent enlistment

Teddy Hisato Okamoto - 1st class boy, honorably discharged on account of expiration of term of subsequent enlistment.

Teddy Hisato Okamoto, 1st Class boy. - Honorably discharged on account of expiration of term of subsequent enlistment.

Teddy Hisato Okamoto, 1st class Boy - honorably discharged on account of expiration of term of subsequent enlistment

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

anchored in Union Bay in 22.25 fathoms to 75 fathoms of starboard chain.

Anchored in Union Bay

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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14 April 1916

Position: union bay ernest sound alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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4.40 underway. Stood out of Union Bay on course W x N

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Teddy hisato Okamoto - reenlisted as boy 1st class

Teddy Hisato Okamoto - reenlisted as boy first class

Teddy Hisato Okamoto - Re-enlisted as Boy First Class

Teddy Hisato Okamota, oiler 2nd class. - Honorably discharged

Teddy Hisato Okamoto - Reenlisted as boy first class.

Charles Frithiof Stromberg, Oiler 2nd Class - Honourably Discharged due to expiration of subsequent term of enlistment

Charles Frithiof Stromberg, oiler 2nd class - honorably discharged, expiration of subsequent term of enlistment

Charles Frithiof Stromberg - Oiler 2nd class, honourably discharged, expiration of subsequent term of enlistment.

Charles Frithiof Stromberg. Oiler 2nd class. - Honorably discharged, expiration os subsequent term of enlistment.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3r Lieut - Signed Log

4.49 anchored in Port Simpson Harbor in 13.5 fathoms water to 45 fathoms starboard cable.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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15 April 1916

Position: 130 00 W port simpson bc

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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5.35 up anchor and stood out of harbor

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles Frithiof Stromberg - Re-enlisted as Oiler 2nd Class

Charles Frithiof Stromberg - reenlisted as oiler 2nd class

Charles Fritihof Stromberg - reenlisted as oiler 2nd class

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Gave the crew a Saturday half holiday.

Crew given Saturday half holiday

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Stood in to Coghlan Anchorage, where came to at 4.18 in 9.25 fms to 45 fthms stbd chain.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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16 April 1916

Position: 52 44 N 128 33 W coughlan anchorage bc

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

S B Winram - Captain, Commanding for the week ending Saturday April 22

 

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745 kincome point standing up frazier reach at end

Drills held: Muster omitted - rain. Commanding Officer's inspection.

5.55, underway, stood out of anchorage and across Wright Sound.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. Burr, Seaman - Given 6 hours extra duty for being out of uniform

H. Marquardt - Given 2 hours extra duty for being out of uniform

The commanding officer inspected the vessel

C. Burr, seaman, and H. Marquart, seaman - given 6 and 2 hours extra duty respectively, for being out of uniform

C Burr - given 6 hours extra duty, for being out of uniform.

H. Marquardt, Seaman - given ... 2 hours extra duty ..., for being out of uniform.

C. Burr, Seaman, and H. Marquardt, seaman, given 6 and 2 hours extrad duty respectively, for being out of uniform.

C. Burr, Seaman - given 6 hours ... extra duty ..., for being out of uniform

H Marquardt - seaman, given 2 hours extra duty, for being out of uniform

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

4.55, anchored in McLaughlin Bay in 10.5 fathoms

Set clocks forward one half hour

6:00, set the ship's clocks ahead one half hour.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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17 April 1916

Position: mclaughlin bay bc

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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5.05, underway, stood out of McLaughlin Bay and down Lama Passage

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Omitted quaters and drills because of inclement weather

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

5.46, anchored in Alert Bay in 7.75 fathoms

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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18 April 1916

Position: alert bay bc

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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Crew scrubbed paint work of Bridge (outside)

, and scrubbed copper in vicinity of water line.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

10.30, underway, stood out of Alert Bay and up Johnstone St

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Encountered heavy swirls in Race Passage and about Chatham Point

Encountered heavy swirls in Race Passage and about Chatham Point

W. P. ain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Watch ends off Ballenas Islands

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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19 April 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard bremerton washington

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

Captain S B Winram - Commanding, for the week ending Saturday April 22 1916

 

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Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lt. - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

12.30 port steering gear carried away. Stopped until 12.40 and threw in hand gear. 1.15, after a temporary repair to the chain had been made, connected up steam steering gear and threw out hand gear. 1.20, ahead, full speed.

Reached Navy Yard, Washington

Noon, increased speed to 100 turns in order to reach Navy Yard before the offices closed.

Noon, increased speed to 100 turns in order to reach Navy yard before the offices closed

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

The Commanding Officer called on the Commandant of the Navy Yard.

Estimators from the yard came aboard to figure on repairs to machinery.

Estimators from yard came aboard to figure on repairs to machinery.

Estimators from the yard came on board to figure on repairs to machinery

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

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20 April 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard wash

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

H. Marquardt, seaman - honorably discharged, expiration of subsequent extended enlistment

H. Marquardt, seaman - Honorary discharge

H. Marquardt, Seaman - Honorably discharged, expiration of subsequent extended enlistment.

H Marquardt - Seaman, honorably discharged, expiration of subsequent extended enlistment.

H. Marquardt, seaman - Honourably Discharged, due to expiration of subsequent extended enlistment

M. Fehmy, fireman - Dishounourably Discharged with mitigation, of sentence General Coast Guard Court

M Fehmy - Fireman, dishonorably discharged, authority Headquarters approval and mitigation (dated March 28, 1916)

, of sentence General Coast Guard Court.

M. Fehmy, fireman - dishonorably discharged , authority Headquarters approval and mitigation (dated March 28, 1916)

, of sentence General Coast Guard Court.

F. Fehmy, fireman - Dishonorably discharged and mitigation of sentence

M. Fehmy, Fireman. - Dishonorably discharged, authority Headquarters approval and mitigation (dated march 28, 1916)

of sentence General Coast Guard Court.

Division Commander and Fleet Engineers on board looking over repair jobs.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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21 April 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Dismounted the motor generator for repairs to the bearings

Anton Sheregan, ordinary seaman - Honorably discharged

Anton Sheregan, Ordinary Seaman - Honourably discharged due to expiration of term of 1st enlistment

Anton Sheregan - ordinary seaman, honorably discharged on account of expiration of term of 1st enlistment

Anton Sheregan, ordinary seaman - honorably dishcarged

Anton Sheregan, Ordinary seaman. - Honorably discharged, expiration of term of 1st enlistment.

Yard diver working on the bottom plugging the sea valve for bottom blow.

Officers and crew received pay

Received from headquarters 15 copies of General Order No 30, 12 copies of Method of Restoring the Apparently Drowned, 10 copies of Rules for Vessels Guarding the Seal Herds and Sea Otter in Alaskan waters, and 12 copies of Form 2616, Machinery Log

Received from headquarters 15 copies of General Order No. 30

Received From Headquarters 12 copies of Method for Restoring the Apparently Drowned

received ... 10 copies of Rules for Vessels Guarding the Seal Herds and Sea Otter in Alaskan waters.

Received from Headquarters 12 copies of Form 2616, Machinery Log

Received from Headquarters 10 copies of Rules for Vessels Guarding the Seal Herds and Sea Otter in Alaskan Waters

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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22 April 1916

Position: navy yard puget sound wash

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Omitted drills on account of being under repairs

M. Lawton, Seaman - Returned intoxicated and incapacitated for duty from Liberty. Placed in brig for safe keeping

M. Lawton, Seaman - Returned intoxicated and incapacitated for duty from Liberty. Placed in brig for safe keeping

M Lawton - seaman, returned intoxicated and incapacitated for duty. Placed him in the brig for safe keeping.

M. Lawton, seaman - returned intoxicated and incapacitated for duty

Quarantined five liberties and given five hours extra duty.

W Christensen - Asst M at A, left on leave, 4 days.

W. Christensen, Asst. M. at A. - Granted leave for 4 days

W. Christensen, Asst. M. at A. - Granted leave for 4 days

C Heinzel - gunner, left on leave 5 days

Gage - fireman, left on leave, 4 days

C. Heinzel, gunner - Granted leave for 5 days

C. Heinzel, gunner - Granted leave for 5 days

Gage, fireman - Granted leave for 4 days

Gage, fireman - Granted leave for 4 days

T Hirano - Wardroom steward, left on leave, 5 days.

T. Hirano, Wardroom Steward - Granted leave for 5 days

T. Hirano, Wardroom Steward - Granted leave for 5 days

M. Lawton - Released at 6:00 from brig, he being sober

M. Lawton - Released at 6:00 from brig, he being sober

M Lawton - released from the brig, he being sober

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

M. Lawton - released from the brig, he being sober

 

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23 April 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

S B Winram - Captain, commanding for the week ending Saturday April 29 1916

Captain S. B. Winram – Commanding

 

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C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

L Benson - ordinary seaman, returned two hours late from liberty

L. Benson, ordinary seaman - returned 2 hours late from Liberty

L. Benson, ordinary seaman - returend at 11:30. Quarantined two liberties and given four hours extra duty

Received from Laushing Furniture and Carpet Co, Washington DC, one table cover for cabin.

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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24 April 1916

Position: navy yard puget sound wash

 

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Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

G. H. Davies, oiler 1st Class - Absent without leave after liberty

S Smestad - signal quartermaster, granted 5 days leave of absence for reenlistment

S. Smestad, signal quartermaster - Granted 5 days leave of absence for reenlistment

G H Davies, oiler 1st class - returned 2 hours late from liberty, and unfit for duty.

G H Davies - oiler 1st class, returned 2 hours late from liberty, and unfit for duty

G. H. Davies, oiler 1st class - Returned two hours late from liberty

Received 225 pounds of salt water soap and 50 rolls of toilet paper for immediate use

Blaine Wells, electrician 2nd class - honorably discharged

Blaine Wells - electrician, 2nd class, honorably discharged

Blain Wells, electrician - Honorably discharged.

Blaine Wells, electrician, 2nd class - Honourably discharged on expiration of subsequent term of enlistment

Repaired the chain on the steam steering gear that parted on the way up Puget Sound.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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25 April 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard wash

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Received one Tycos thermometer.

Received from Coast Guard Store, New York, by mail, one Tycos thermometer.

Received from Coast Guard Store, one Tycos thermometer

G. Davies, 1st oiler - Found to be intoxicated and unfit for duty. Placed in confinement for safe keeping

G. Davies, 1st oiler - found to be intoxicated and unfit for duty. Placed him in confinement for safe keeping

R. Stapleton, seaman - granted five days leave of absence

USCGC Scout - came alongside and delivered deck and engrs. stores, open market, on current requisition, except item 17.

G. Davies, 1st oiler - Released from confinement

G. Davies, 1st oiler - released from confinement [at 5:00 pm]. Given 24 hour extra duty and quarantined 15 days for his misconduct

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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26 April 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard wash

Captain S B Winram - Commander

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Omitte quarter and drills on account of undergoing repairs

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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26 April 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard wash

 

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Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

W. R. Christense, Asst. Master At Arms - Returned from four days leave

W R Christensen - Asst Master at Arms, returned from 4 day's leave of absence.

I M Gage - Fireman, returned from 4 day's leave of absence.

I. M. Gage, fireman - Returned from four day's leave of absence

G. H. Davies, oiler 1st class - Mashed a finger while working in the engine room

G H Davies - oiler 1st class, mashed a finger while working in the engine room

G H Davies, oiler 1st class - masheda finger while working in the engine room

G.H. Davies, oiler 1st class - mashed a finger while working in the engine room.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

27 April 1916

(not included)

 

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28 April 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. Heinzel, gunner - Returned from five days leave

C. Henzel, gunner - returned from 5 days leave

G. Hirano, W.R. steward - Returned from five days leave

G. Hirano, WR steward - returned from 5 days leave

ARCATA - came alongside and delivered shipment from Terry Steam Turbine Co.

ARCATA - Came alongside and delivered shipment from Terry Steam Turbine Co.

Theodore Raymond murphy, water tender - honorably discharged, full term subsequent enlistment

ARCATA - came alongside and delivered shipment from Terry Steam Turbine Co

Theodore Raymond Murphy, water tender - Honourably discharged, full term subsequent enlistment

Theodore Raymond Murphy, water tender, - Honorably discharged, Full term subsequent enlistment.

Theodore Raymond Murphy, water tender - Honorably discharged full term subsequent enlistment

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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29 April 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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C. C. von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

CC von Paulsen, 3rd lieut -

Theodore Raymond Murphy - Reenlisted as water tender

Theodore raymond Murphy - reenlisted as water tender

Theodore Raymond Murphy - Reenlisted as water tender

Theodore Raymond Murphy - Reenlisted as water tender.

Landed infantry section for drill

W. Pfeiffer, water tender - Granted 1 day leave of absence

W Pfeiffer, water tender - granted one days leave of absence

Machinist C. O. Hekleberg - Granted one day leave of absence

Machinist CO Hekleberg - granted one days leave of absence

Charles G Roemer, 2nd Lieut -

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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30 April 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard wash

 

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Muster omitted - vessel under repairs

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

S. Smestad, signal quartermaster - Returned from 5 days' leave of absence

S. Smestad, signal quartermaster - returned from 5 days' leave

Omitted muster on account of being in the Navy Yard

Received 1 copy of List of Officers of Merchant Vessels

M. Ono, cabin steward - Granted one day's leave of absence

M. Ono, cabin steward - on one day's leave of absence

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

 

MAY 1916

 

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1 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

R. Stapleton, seaman - returned from 5 days' leave of absence

R. Stapleton, seaman - Returned from 5 days' leave of absence

W. Pfeiffer, water tender - returned from 1 day's leave of absence

C.O. Hekleburg, machinist - returned from 1 day's leave of absence

C. O. Hekleberg, machinist - Returned from one day's leave

W. Pfeiffer, watertender - Returned from one day's leave of absence

M. Ono, cabin steward - Returned from 1 day's leave of absence

M. Ono, cabin steward - returned from 1 day's leave of absence

M. Alvin, W.T. - Had quarantine raised on

M. Alvin, WT - quarantine

H. Tonneson, Seaman - Had quarantine raised upon

H. Toyota, ship's cook - q

H. Tonneson, seaman - quarantine

received the equivalent of 2938 rations for May and June

H. Toyota, ship's cook - Had quarantine raised upon

Received the equivalent of 2938 rations for May and June.

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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2 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Theodore Raymond Murphy - received from Headquarters permanent rating of water tender, dated January 10, 1916

Theodore Raymond Murphy - Received Permanent rating of water tender

H. Toyota, cook - Returned 2 hours late from libery

H. Toyota, cook - returned two hours late. Quarantined one liberty and given two hours extra duty

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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3 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

C.G. Roemer. 2nd Lieutenant - Received his commission as Commissioner for the 3rd Judicial District of Alaska.

2nd Lieutenant C. G. Roemer - Received commision as Commissioner for the 3rd Judicial District of Alaska

2nd Lieutenant C.G. Roemer - received his commission as Commissioner for the 3rd Judicial District of Alaska

R. F. Dibb, electrician 3rd class - Promoted to electrician 2nd class

L. Brandt, ordinary seaman - Promoted to seaman

O. W. Lee, seaman - Promoted to electrician 3rd class

W. Waldal, 2nd class boy - Promoted to ordinary seaman

G. Petersen, 2nd class boy - Promoted to ordinary seaman

Omitted quarters and drills on account of undergoing repairs at the navy yard

under repairs

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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4 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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omitted - vessel under repairs

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

M. Lawton, seaman - Returned from liberty incapacitated for duty, intoxicated

M Lawton, seaman - returned from liberty incapacitated for duty, intoxicated.

R. F. Dibb, electrician 2nd class - Had quarantine lifted

G. Petersen, ordinary seaman - Had quarantine lifted

Helge Carl Hermann, master At Arms - Honorably discharged, expiration full term subsequent enlistment.

Helge Carl Hermann, Master at Arms - expiration full term subsequent enlistment

Helge Carl Hermann, Master at Arms - Honourably discharged, expiration full term subsequent enlistment

Helge carl Hermann, master at arms - Honorably discharged, expiration full term subsequent enlistment

Captain of Engineers F. L. Boyd - On board in regard to repairs

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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5 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard wash

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

M. Yamasaki, steerage cook - Failed to return from liberty

G. R. Price, seaman - Failed to return from liberty

E. Moen, quartermaster - failed to return from special leave

E. Moen, quartermaster - Failed to return from special liberty

Helge Carl Hermann - reenlisted as Master at Arms.

Helge Carl Hermann - Reenlisted as Master At Arms

Helge Carl Hermann - Reenlisted as Master at Arms.

E. Moen - returned at 3:00 pm - three horrs late, quarantined three liberties and given 6 extra hours duty

E. Moen, quartermaster - Returned 3 hours late from special liberty

Received from Seattle Hardware Co. 3 boxes ammunition for Bureau of Education (School at Atka, Alaska)

Received from Seattle Hardware Co, 3 boxes of ammunition for Bureau of Education (School at Atka, Alaska)

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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6 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

First Class Boy T. H. Okamoto - Granted two days reenlistment leave of absence

G. H. Price, seaman - Absent without leave 24 hours

M. Yamasaki, steerage cook - Absent 24 hours without leave

V. I. Mower - Granted one day's leave of absence

Received the equivalent of 7803 rations for the period July to November 1916, inclusive.

Received the equivalent of 7803 ratons for the period July to November 1916, inclusive.

A. Holm, seaman - Straggler from the U.S.C.G.C. BEAR reported on board

A. Holm. seaman - Straggler from USCGC Bear reported on board by order of the Division Commander.

A. Holm, seaman - a straggler from USCGC Bear reported on board by order of the Division Commander

A. Holm, seaman, a straggler from the USCGC Bear reported on board by order of the Division Commander.

A. Holm, seaman - a straggler from the USCGC Bear reported on board by order of the Division commander

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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7 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

G. Price, Seaman - Absent without leave 48 hours

M. Yamasaki, steerage cook - Absent without leave 48 hours

M. Yamasaki - Declared a deserter as of the 4th inst.

M. Yamasaki declared a deserter as of the 4th inst., it being his evident intention to desert.

M. Yamasaki - Declared a deserter as of the 4th inst., it being his evident intention to desert.

M. Yamasaki - declared a deserter as of the 4th inst., it being his evident intention to desert

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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8 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard wn

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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C. C. Von Paulsen - Signed Log

V. I. Mower, Fireman - Returned From 1 day's absence

G R Price, seaman - absent 72 hours without leave

G. R. Price, seaman - Absent 72 hours without leave

Seaman G. R. Price - Returned 81 hours late from liberty

G R Price, seaman - reurned after 81 hours absent without leave. Forfeits 6 days' pay, given 162 hours extra duty, and quarantined 3 months

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - signed Log

 

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9 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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First Class Boy T. H. Okamoto - Returned from two days' leave of absence

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

A. C. Monroe - Failed to return from liberty on time

John Albertsen - Enlisted as ordinary seaman, rated seaman as of today

John Albertsen - Enlisted as ordinary seaman, rated seaman as of today

H. Hanson, quartermaster - Failed to return from liberty on time

Frank Madden. - Enlisted as 2nd class boy

Byron Conselyea - Enlisted as 2nd class boy

John Frank Koseba - Enlisted as second class boy

Frank Madden - Enlisted as 2nd class boy

John Frank Koseba - Enlisted as 2nd class boy.

Byron Conselyea - enlisted as 2nd class boy.

Byron Conselyea - Rated 2nd class boy to ordinary seaman

Bryon Conselyea - Rated Second class boy to ordinary seaman.

U.S.C.G.C.ARCATA - Came alongside with supplies

USCGC ARCATA - Supply ship.

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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10 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Dock trial of main engine at 8:30

H. Toyota, ship's cook - Failed to return from liberty on time

A. C. Monroe, fireman - Absent without leave 24 hours

H. Hanson, quartermaster - Returned 21.5 hours late from liberty. No punishment mentioned

Ishi Watanabe - Enlisted as steerage cook, first enlistment

Ishi Watanabe - First enlistment, steerage cook.

U.S.C.G.C.SCOUT - Came alongside

USCGC Scout - came alongside

A. Holm, seaman - sent to the BEAR

A. Holm - Sent back to USS Bear

2nd Lieut W. H. Eberly - Reported on board

A. Holm, seaman - sent to "Bear"

W. H. Eberly - Reported on board in obedience to Headquarters orders of April 14, 1916 (71)

Theodore Silling - fireman, reported for duty from THETIS.

Theordore Silling, fireman - reported for duty from the THETIS

Masuraru Hashimoto - 1st class boy, reported for duty from THETIS.

Theodore Silling, fireman - Reported for duty from the THETIS

Masaru Hashimoto, 1st class boy - Reported for duty from the THETIS

Masaru Hashimoto, 1st class boy - reported for duty from the THETIS

Frank Fukuhara - Reported on board for transportation to Unalaska

Frank Fukuhara - Reported on board for transportation to Unalaska, as per Division Commander's letters of thw 3rd and 8th insts.

Frank Fukuhara - reported on board for passage to Unalaska as per Division Commander's letters of the 3rd and 8th inst.

C. B. Elliott, 2nd class boy - Detailed to duty in the steerage

W. Waldal, ordinary seaman - Detailed to the general mess

H. Toyota, ship's cook - Returned 9 hours late from liberty

H Toyota, ship's cook - returned 9 hours late from liberty. Given 18 extra hours duty and quarantined 9 liberty days

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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11 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

A. C. Monroe, fireman - Returned 48 hours late from liberty

A C Monroe, fireman - returned 48 hours late from libery. Given 96 hours extra duty forfeits 4 day's pay, quarantined 3 months

Ishi Watanabe, steerage cook - Disrated at own request to boy 1st class

Ishi Watanabe - At own request, disrated from steerage cook to boy 1st class.

Yeoman A. Hope - Reported for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska

Yeoman A. Hope - reported for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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12 May 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Toichi Nishimura - Enlisted as steerage cook

John henry Stokes - Enlisted as bugler.

John Henry Stokes - Enlisted as bugler

Toichi Nishimura - Enlisted as steerage cook.

Senior Captain H. M. Broadbent - Came aboard for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska

Mr. Jack Jungmeyer - Came aboard for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska

Captain of Eng'rs H. L. Boyd - Came aboard for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska

Mr. Jack Jungmeyer, residing at 412 Crockett St. Wash, and representative of The Newspaper Enterprise Association - transportation to Unalasksa

Senior Captain H. M. Broadbent, - transportation to Unalaska

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Made alla possible speed under one boiler to try out machinery

W. H. Eberly, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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13 May 1916

Position: georgia straits bc

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

coal: 115 tons 1120 lbs - correction by survey 29

coal: 115 tons -

coal: 115 tons -

coal: 115 tons - Correction by survey 29

coal: 115 tons -

 

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C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. H. Eberly, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Crew making preparations for coaling

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

4:15, all coal on board.

Received from Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir)

Ltd., 115 tons steaming coal

W. H. Eberly, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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14 May 1916

Position: 50 23 N baynes sound bc

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. H. Eberly, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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15 May 1916

Position: 50 57 N 128 14 W alert bay bc

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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W. P. Kain 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. H. Eberly, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

9.45 (pm)

Stopped to make repairs to HP valve

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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16 May 1916

Position: 51 52 N 132 09 W

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lt. - Signed Log

W. H. Eberly, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Anders Severin Anderson, coxswain - Honorably discharged

Anders Severin Andersen. (Coxswain)

- Honorable discharge, expiration of subsequent enlistment.

Anders Severin Andersen, coxswain - Honourably Discharged, Expiration of term of subsequent enlistment

Andres Severin Andersen, coxswain - honorably discharged, expiration of subsequent enlistment

C. C. Von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. H. Eberly, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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17 May 1916

Position: 55 20 N 135 04 W at sea north pacific ocean

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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Vessel rolling deeply

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. H. Eberly, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

CC von paulsen, third Lieutenant - sick and off duty

Third Lieutenant C. C. Von Paulsen - Sick and off duty

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Frank Donnelly, fireman - Honorably discharged

Frank Donnelly (Fireman)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of subsequent term of enlistment.

Frank Donnelly, fireman - Honourably discharged - expiration of subsequent term of enlistment

Anders Severin Andersen - Reenlisted as coxswain

Anders Severin Andersen - Reenlisted as coxswain

Anders Severin Andersen - Reenlisted as coxswain

W. H. Eberly, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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18 May 1916

Position: sitka alaska

Captain S. B. Winram - Commanding

 

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atstoia island

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

W. H. Everly, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Karl Alfred Arthur Fisher, seaman - honorably discharged

Frank Donnelly - Reenlisted as fireman.

Frank Donnelly - Reenlisted as fireman

Karl Alfred Arthur Fishcer, seaman - Honorably discharged

Karl Alfred Arthur Fischer, seaman - Honourably discharged, expiration of first term of enlistment

Karl Arthur Fischer (seaman)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of first enlistment

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

Lieut. Von Paulson - stood out Sitka Sound and through Olga and Neva Straits for Juneau, Alaska, in order to obtain aid of dental surgeon

Lieut. Von Paulsen - requires aid of a dental surgeon

2.05 (pm)

cast off from wharf and stood out Sitka Sound and through olga and Neva straits for juneau, Alaska, in order to obtain aid of dental surgeon for Lieut. von Paulsen

C. H. Eberly, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

W. P. Kain, 3rd Lieut - Signed Log

Charles G. Roemer, 2nd Lieut - Signed Log

 

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19 May 1916

Position: juneau alaska

 

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Karl Alfred Arthur Fischer - reenlisted as seaman

Karl Alfred Fisher - Reenlisted as seaman.

Charles Burr, seaman - Honorably dishcharged

Charles Burr, seaman - Honorably discharged, expiration of enlistment.

Vessel detained in port to afford necessary dental aid to Lieut. von Paulsen

Third Lieutenant C. C. Von Paulsen - Vessel detained in port to afford necessary dental aid to ...

 

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20 May 1916

Position: juneau alaska

 

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H. Tonneson, seaman - about 7:00am attempted to come aboard the vessel while in an intoxicated condition, slipped from the gangplank and fell in the water , striking his jaw and rendering him unconscious. He was rescued from the water by the crew and given restoratives by the doctor.

About 7:00 a.m. seaman H. Tonneson attempted to come aboard the vessel while in an intoxicated condition, slipped from the gangplank and fell in the water, strinking his jaw and rendering him unconscious. He was rescued from the water by the crew and given restoratives by the doctor.

H. Tonneson, seaman - Attempted to come aboard the vessel while in an intoxicated condition, slipped from the gangplank and fell in the water, striking his jaw and rendering him unconscious. he was recsued from the water by the crew and given restoratives by the doctor.

Charles Burr, (seaman)

- Enlisted, subsequent enlistment.

Albert Bondesen, coxwain - Honorably discharged

Albert Bondesen, (coxswain)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of first enlistment.

 

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21 May 1916

Position: 58 10 N 136 45 W stephens passage alaska

 

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Albert Bondesen - Reenlisted as coxswain.

Carl Gerbets, fireman - Honorably discharged ... expiration of first enlistment

carl Gerbets, (fireman)

- Honorably discharged on expiration of first enlistment.

Third Lieut. CC Von Paulsen and Seaman H Tonneson, sick and off duty

seals: 2

 

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22 May 1916

Position: 58 05 N 142 53 W gulf of alaska

 

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Carl Gerbets - reenlisted as fireman

Carl Gerbets - Reenlisted as fireman.

Seal: 1

 

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23 May 1916

Position: 57 57 N 149 07 W at sea gulf of alaska

 

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CC von Paulsen, 3rd Lieut, and H Tonneson, seaman - returned to duty from sick list

 

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24 May 1916

Position: 57 35 N 151 20 W at sea gulf of alaska

 

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Ray Francis Dibb, Electrician 2nd class - Honarably dishcharged ... expiration subsequent enlistment

Ray Francis Dibb (electrisian 2nd class (a)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of sunsequent enlistment.

Ray Francis Dibb, electrician 2nd class (a)

- honorably discharged

at 5:25 (pm)

, while turning vessel preparatory to going to wharf, vessel grounded lightly on mud near Round Island, no damage sustained; vessel backed off immediately.

Delivered to Postmaster, Kodiak, 4 sacks of mail received from Postmaster, Seattle.

 

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25 May 1916

Position: kodiak alaska

 

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Ray Francis Dibb, electrician 2nd class (A)

- reenlisted Ray Francis Dibb - Reenlisted as electrician 2nd class. H Toyota (ships cook)

- relieved form duty in galley on account of developing a loathsome disease. Turned him to on deck.

H. Toyota, ship's cook - relieved from duty in galley on account of developing a loathsome disease. Turned him to on deck.

H Toyota, ship's cook - relieved from duty in galley on account of developing a loathsome disease. Turned him to on deck.

W W Cotti, seaman - ro duty as ship's cook

W. W. Cotti, seaman - detailed to duty as ship's cook.

 

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26 May 1916

Position: kodiak alaska

coal: 115 tons -

coal: 115 tons -

coal: 115 tons -

coal: 115 tons -

 

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27 May 1916

Position: 55 44 N 158 02 W at sea north pacific ocean

 

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misty and foggy

 

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28 May 1916

Position: at sea north pacific ocean

 

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Omitted muster on account of rain and stormy weather, increasing wind and falling barometer.

Sent an officer, accompanied by the doctor, ashore, to make inquiries concerning the fishing fleet and any sealers that might be in the vicinity, and also to make a sanitary inspection of the settlement.

Sent officer , accompanied by the doctor, ashore, to make inquiries concerning the fishing fleet and any sealers that might be in the vicinity, and also to make a sanity inspection of the settlement.

 

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29 May 1916

Position: humboldt harbor popof island

 

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Held hammock and bag inspection

Vessel detained in port because of thick weather

 

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30 May 1916

Position: humboldt harbor popof island

 

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Omitted - Holiday. Salute omitted - inclement weather.

half-masted the colors at eight o'clock ina ccordance with regulations

Observed day as a holiday

Vessel detained in port on account of thick weather

 

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31 May 1916

Position: 55 26 N 160 42 W inner iliasik island bight

 

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Henry gawrosh, seaman - honorably discharged

Henry Gawrosch (seaman)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of first enlistment.

Henry Gawrosch, seaman - honorably discharged

 

JUNE 1916

 

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1 June 1916

Position: 54 34 N 163 25 W

 

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Henry gawrosh, seaman - reenlisted

Henry Gawrosch (seaman)

- Reenlisted with the proviso that application for discharge at expiration of cruise will be considered favorably.

Crew making gripes and jacobs ladders and at odd jobs.

 

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2 June 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

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Frank Fukuhara - left the vessel

Frank Fukuhara - Left the vessel.

Frank Fukuhara - left the vessel

"Unalga", Coast Guard Cutter - in port

Coast Guard Cutter UNALGA - in port

 

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3 June 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

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Detailed A.S. Anderson coxwain, and T. Silling, fireman, to the headquarters of the Commanding Officer, Bering Sea Patrol Fleet, for duty ashore at Unalaska.

Coast Guard Cutter McCULLOCH - made fast to the wharf at Unalaska.

 

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4 June 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

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UNALGA - Left port.

UNALGA - left port

Mr. Jungmeyer - left vessel

 

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5 June 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

coal: 56 tons, 365 lb. -

coal: 56 tons, 365 lbs -

coal: 56 Tons -

coal: 56 tons, 365 lbs -

 

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Received 56-365/2240 tons coal from Alaska Commercial Co

 

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6 June 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

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USS "Saturn" - the Captain called on the Commanding officer of the USS Saturn

Andrew Wold. - Received permanent rating as coxswain. May 9, 1916.

 

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7 June 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

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landed full infantry section and helded infantry drill on shore

George Espinosa, ordinary seaman - Honorably discharged

George seaman, ordinary seaman - honorably discharged

George Espinosa. (ordinary seaman)

- Honorably discharged, expiration first enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011ac (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0207.jpg)

 

8 June 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011ad (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0208.jpg)

 

George Espinosa - reenlisted as ordinary seaman

 

500dc367cd0db400020011ae (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0209.jpg)

 

9 June 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011af (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0210.jpg)

 

USCGC "McCulloch" - left port

USCGC McCulloch - Left port.

SS Norwood - came into port

S.S. NORWOOD - came into port

SS Norwood - Came into port.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011b0 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0211.jpg)

 

10 June 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011b1 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0212.jpg)

 

Am. Stmr. NORWOOD - Boarded at Unalaska - Seattle, Demin, Port Moller, Bellingham, Cannery Tender

Accidentally dropped port franklyn buoy and expended 2 charges for same

Henry Toranosuke Nakazawa (1st class boy)

- Enlistment expires this day, enlistment extended until the arrival of the vessel in a United Stated port.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011b2 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0213.jpg)

 

11 June 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011b3 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0214.jpg)

 

S. Smestad, signal quartermaster - sick list

 

500dc367cd0db400020011b4 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0215.jpg)

 

12 June 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011b5 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0216.jpg)

 

N.E. Bolshanin, Deputy Collector of Customs - came on board for passage to Kings Cove and Sand Point and return on official business by direction of Fleet Commander in letter of the 8th instant.

Am Schr "Everett Hays" - boarded

Everett Hays, Unalaska. - Boarded.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011b6 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0217.jpg)

 

13 June 1916

Position: akutan alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011b7 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0218.jpg)

 

Sent boarding officer, medical officer and Deputy Collector Bolshanin to examine Akutan native village

Sent boarding officer, medical officer and Deputy Collector Bolshanain to examine Akutan native village. Engineer force working on dynamo belonging to whaling station.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011b8 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0219.jpg)

 

14 June 1916

Position: akutan alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011b9 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0220.jpg)

 

Engineer force completed work on dynamo and whaling station

Engineer force completed work on dynamo of whaling station.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011ba (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0221.jpg)

 

15 June 1916

Position: 54 20 N 165 19 W akutan alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011bb (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0222.jpg)

 

12:00 received radiogram from SS Norwood via Dutch Hbr, that three men had been killed and three badly injured at Unga, and that cutter was requested to proceed there. Doctor needed.

At 12:00, received radiogram from S.S.NORWOOD via Dutch Hbr., that three men had been killed and three badly injured at Unga, and that cutter was requested to proceed here. Doctor needed. Notified Fleet Commander and at 12:30 proceeded full speed under one boiler.

Received radiogram from S.S. NORWOOD via Dutch Hbr., that three men had been killed and three badly injured at Unga, and that cutter was requested to proceed there. Doctor needed. Notified Fleet Commander and at 12:30 proceeded full speed under one boiler.

SS Norwood - received radiogram from SS Norwood via Dutch Hbr, that three men had been killed and three badly injured at Unga and that cutter was requested to proceed there. Doctor needed.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011bc (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0223.jpg)

 

16 June 1916

Position: 55 04 N 160 24 W at sea north pacific ocean

 

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Standing various courses for Unga, Delarof Hbr. 12:58 came to anchor off Delarof Hbr. in 17 fms. to 75 fms. starboard chain. Sent medical and executive officers asshore in surfboat to render what assistance was possible.

Anchored off Delarof Hbr. Sent medical and executive officers ashore to render assistance.

Sent Medical and executive officers ashore in surfboat to render waht assistance was possible. US Commissioner came off and requested a Japanese interpreter, which was given him

12:58 came to anchor off Delarof Hbr. In 17 fms. to 75 fms. starboard chain. Sent medical and executive officers asshore in surfboat to render what assistance was possible. U.S. Commissioner came off and requested a Japanese interpreter, which was given him.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011be (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0225.jpg)

 

17 June 1916

Position: humboldt harbor popof island alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011bf (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0226.jpg)

 

10:40 stopped off pirate cover and sent boat ashore with the doctor and deputy collector of custon Bolshanin.

Deputy Collector of Customs Bolshanin went ashore on official business.

Deputy United States Marshal Casler of Unga came on board to confer with the Commanding Officer and remained on board as the guest of the Captain until the vessel should arrive at Unga.

Deputy United States Marshall Casler - came on board to confer with the Commanding Officer and remained on board as the guest of the Captain until the vessel should arrive at Unga.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011c0 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0227.jpg)

 

18 June 1916

Position: humboldt harbor popof island alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011c1 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0228.jpg)

 

Medical officer ashore to perform operation on Miss Lena Petersen and Mrs. Nikeroff for adenoids and adenoids and tonsils, respectively.

Mrs. Nikeroff - Medical Officer ashore to perform operation on ... for adenoids and tonsils

Miss Lena Petersen - Medical officer ashore to perform operation on ... for adenoids

Medical officer ashore to perform operation on Miss Lena Petersen and Mrs Nikeroff for adenoids and adenoids and tonsils, respectively

Anchored at Unga.

stood or Unga, where anchored at 2:24 in 16 fathoms water to 60 fathoms starboard chain. At 2:30, U. S. Marshall left the vessel, medical officer went ashore to treat natives, and takw care of men wounded on 14th instant.

2:30 US Mashall left vessel, medical officer went ashore to treat natives, and take care of men wounded on 14th instant.

U.S. Marshall left the vessel, medical officer went ashore to treat natvies, and take care of men wounded on the 14th instant.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011c2 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0229.jpg)

 

19 June 1916

Position: dolgoi harbor dolgoi island

 

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500dc367cd0db400020011c4 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0231.jpg)

 

20 June 1916

Position: dolgoi harbor alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011c5 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0232.jpg)

 

belkofsky

Sent an officer and the doctor ashore at belkofsky to render any aid necessary and to inspect the village. The village was found deserted. The natives are probably at the King Cove cannery

Sent an officer and the doctor ashore at Belkofsky to render any aid necessary and to inspect the village. The village was found deserted. The natives are probably at the King Cove cannery.

Anchored in King's Cove off Cannery Warf in 18 fms. to 75 fms. starboard chain. Sent boarding and medical officers and Deputy Collector Boshanin ashore to examine town.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011c6 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0233.jpg)

 

21 June 1916

Position: west anchor cove ikatan pennisula

 

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N. Bolshanin, Deputy Collector of Customs - left the vessel

 

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22 June 1916

Position: 54 29 N 162 49 W west anchor cove ikatan peninsula

 

500dc367cd0db400020011c9 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0236.jpg)

 

spoke a fisherman in sloop of alaska Cod Fishing Co. regarding health of fishermen in vicinity. He pronounced it good.

Fog banks last hour.

Boarded Am. Sch EMMA, Norashovia, N.O.B.

Am Schr "Emma" - boarded

Boarded Am M.B. PANLOFF, Panloff Hbr., Gundersen, fishing

Am M.B. "Panloff" - boarded

 

500dc367cd0db400020011ca (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0237.jpg)

 

23 June 1916

Position: 55 22 N 159 40 W at sea north pacific ocean

 

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24 June 1916

Position: humboldt harbor popof i alaska

 

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Am schr "Allen A.", salt and general cargo - spoke

American Schooner Allen A. - spoke - salt and general cargo. master reported all well on board.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011ce (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0241.jpg)

 

25 June 1916

Position: 54 09 N 162 48 W at sea north pacific ocean

 

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500dc367cd0db400020011d0 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0243.jpg)

 

26 June 1916

Position: 56 10 N 169 00 W at sea bering sea

 

500dc367cd0db400020011d1 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0244.jpg)

 

fog patches

Mr Proctor, US Agent - came on board and conferred with Commanding Officer

U.S. Agent Mr. Proctor - came on boad and conferred with Commanding Officer.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011d2 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0245.jpg)

 

27 June 1916

Position: 56 40 N 169 38 W tonki point st paul island

 

500dc367cd0db400020011d3 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0246.jpg)

 

Hugh James Kilday (coalheaver)

- enlistment expires today, extended untill arrival of vessel at a port in the United States.

HUgh James Kilday, coalheaver - enlistment expires today

 

500dc367cd0db400020011d4 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0247.jpg)

 

28 June 1916

Position: east landing st paul is

 

500dc367cd0db400020011d5 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0248.jpg)

 

U.S. Agent Mr. Hanna - came on board and conferred with Commanding Officer regarding seal patrol

W W Cotti, seaman - redetailed to duty on deck

H. Toyota, ship's cook - redetailed to duty in galley, as he is pronounced cured of a loathsome disease

H Toyota, ship's cook - redetailed to duty in galley, as he is pronounced cured of a loathsome disease

 

500dc367cd0db400020011d6 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0249.jpg)

 

29 June 1916

Position: off east landing st paul island

 

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dense fog

 

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30 June 1916

Position: off east landing st paul is

 

500dc367cd0db400020011d9 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0252.jpg)

 

fog and mist

 

 

JULY 1916

 

500dc367cd0db400020011da (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0253.jpg)

 

1 July 1916

Position: east anchorage st paul island

 

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2 July 1916

Position: 57 00 N east anchorage st paul island

 

500dc367cd0db400020011dd (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0256.jpg)

 

overcast with fog and drizzle

U.S. Agent came on board and conferred with Commanding Officer

 

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3 July 1916

Position: north anchorage st george island

 

500dc367cd0db400020011df (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0258.jpg)

 

Overcast. Foggy.

... and so ends, crowing making boat gripes :-)

 

500dc367cd0db400020011e0 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0259.jpg)

 

4 July 1916

Position: east anchorage st paul island

 

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Omittef full dressing ship on account of threatening weather, and therefore dressed ship at colors.

Overcast with dense fog

Seals:

Dispenced with all unnecessary work on account of the Holiday. Omitted firing salute at noon so as not to frighten the seals on the rookeries.

Dispensed with all unnecessary work on account of the holiday. Ommitted fireing salute at noon so as not to frighten the seals on the rookeries

Sent baseball team ashore to play natives at invitation of Agent in charge of island.

Sent baseball team ashore to play natives at invitation of Agent in charge of Island.

George Benarth Petersen - enlistment expires this day

George Benarth Peterson - Enlistment expires this day. Same extended till arrival of the vessel in a home port.

Received one sack of mail from St. Paul for transportation to Unalaska.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011e2 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0261.jpg)

 

5 July 1916

Position: east anchorage st paul island

 

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500dc367cd0db400020011e4 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0263.jpg)

 

6 July 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011e5 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0264.jpg)

 

McCulloch - Captain and Officers of MANNING AND MCCULLOCH exchanged calls

The Captain and Officers of the Manning and McCulloch exchanged calls.

 

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7 July 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

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500dc367cd0db400020011e8 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0267.jpg)

 

8 July 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

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Coast Guard Cutter McCULLOCH - cast off and stood out at 7:08

gas schr. "Kuskowkwim River", Seattle - in tow of Tug "Columbia", Seattle, moored to North face of wharf and were boarded

gas schr. KUSKOKWIM RIVER, Seattle - in tow of Tug COLUMBIA, boarded

 

500dc367cd0db400020011ea (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0269.jpg)

 

9 July 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011eb (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0270.jpg)

 

USS "McCulloch" - came in and anchored in the inner harbor

USS McCulloch - Came to anchor.

McCULLOCH - came in and anchored in the inner harbor

 

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10 July 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011ed (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916a/B1462_0272.jpg)

 

Coaling ship throughout the day

USCGC McCulloch - left port

McCulloch - left port

USCG "C. McCulloch" - left port

 

11 to 15 July 1916

(not included)

 

 

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16 July 1916

Position: 44 48 N 168 32 W bering sea

 

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U.S. Agent came on board and conferred with Commanding Officer.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011f0 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0285.jpg)

 

17 July 1916

Position: st george island alaska

 

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Overcast with dense fog

US Agent came on board and conferred with Commanding Officer. delivered two sacks of mail to agent

 

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18 July 1916

Position: 57 10 N 170 47 W st paul island alaska

 

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19 July 1916

Position: bering sea alaska

 

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clothing inspection

G.D. Hannah, Assistant Agent, St. Paul - came on board for transportation to St. George

Mr. G. D. Hannah, Assistant Agent, St. Paul - came on board for transportation to St. George.

 

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20 July 1916

Position: st paul island alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011f7 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0292.jpg)

 

G. D. Hannah, Assistant Agent - left the ship

Sent the watcha shore in charge of Executive officer to visit the rookeries

sent thewatch ashore in charege of Executive Officer to visit the rookeries.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011f8 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0293.jpg)

 

21 July 1916

Position: st george island alaska

 

500dc367cd0db400020011f9 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0294.jpg)

 

Deliver to Agent, St. Paul, 1 sack of mail and 60 sacks of salt.

 

500dc367cd0db400020011fa (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0295.jpg)

 

22 July 1916

Position: st paul island alaska

 

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23 July 1916

Position: off east landing st paul is alaska

 

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24 July 1916

Position: north anchorage st george is

 

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overcast with mist and fog

overcast, foggy

 

500dc367cd0db40002001200 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0301.jpg)

 

25 July 1916

Position: st george island alaska

 

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Mr. G.D. Hanna and Mr. A.C. Reynolds, Asst. Agent, St. Paul and School Teacher, St. Geroge - came on board for transportation to St. Paul.

Mr G D Hannah and Mr A C Reynolds - Ass. Agent St Paul and school teacher St George, came on board for transportation to St. Paul.

Mr Hannah and Mr Reynolds - left vessel

At request of Agent, St. Paul, ship's surgeon went ashore for consultation with medical officer of St. Paul, regarding a case of illness.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001202 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0303.jpg)

 

26 July 1916

Position: st paul island alaska

 

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500dc367cd0db40002001204 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0305.jpg)

 

27 July 1916

Position: at sea bering sea

 

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stood for NE rookery to observe conditions.

 

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28 July 1916

Position: east anchorage st paul is

 

500dc367cd0db40002001207 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0308.jpg)

 

stood SW for anchorage off East landing, in order to send the doctor ashore to assist at an operation.

Stood SW for anchorage off East landing, in order to send the doctor ashore to assist at an operation

5:00pm Ship's surgeon returned

 

500dc367cd0db40002001208 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0309.jpg)

 

29 July 1916

Position: east anchorage st paul is

 

500dc367cd0db40002001209 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0310.jpg)

 

Sent two officers, the US Commissioner and US Marshal, ashore to hold a trial of a native for disorderly conduct.

Sent two officers, the U.S. Commissioner and U.S. Marshall, ashore to hold a trial of a native for disorderly conduct.

S. Root, Lieut. of Engineer Chas. - sick and off duty

Commissioner and Marshal returned from holding court ashore

 

500dc367cd0db4000200120a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0311.jpg)

 

30 July 1916

Position: st paul island alaska

 

500dc367cd0db4000200120b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0312.jpg)

 

U.S. Commissioner wet ashore to settle case of yesterday.

US Commissioner went ashore to settle case of yesterday. returned at 11:30

 

500dc367cd0db4000200120c (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0313.jpg)

 

31 July 1916

Position: 56 12 N 169 21 W st george island alaska

 

500dc367cd0db4000200120d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0314.jpg)

 

 

AUGUST 1916

 

500dc367cd0db4000200120e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0315.jpg)

 

1 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db4000200120f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0316.jpg)

 

Delivered mail from St. Paul and St. George to Postmaster, Unalaska

 

500dc367cd0db40002001210 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0317.jpg)

 

2 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db40002001211 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0318.jpg)

 

Schooner "Emma" - assesited as regards the amking of repairs to mainsail

Schooner EMMA - Rendered assistance to ... as regards the making of repairs to mainsail.

American Shooner EMMA, Marzovia, Summerville - boarded

Emma - American Schooner,boarded, Marzovia, Summerville.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001212 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0319.jpg)

 

3 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db40002001213 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0320.jpg)

 

tug "Goliath" - came into port with mail from Seattle

started coaling

Tug GOLIAH - came in port with mail from Seattle

Am. Screw, stmr, GOLIAH - boarded

 

500dc367cd0db40002001214 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0321.jpg)

 

4 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db40002001215 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0322.jpg)

 

GOLIAH - left port

"Goliath" - left port

Dressed ship because there was not a sufficient number of signal flag ship to full dress ship

Muster, published information regarding foundation and history of service, Observed day as a holiday.

Observed day as holiday

Muster, published information regarding foundation and history of service. Observed day as a holiday.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001216 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0323.jpg)

 

5 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

coal: 141 tons, 1910 lbs - by survey 10 tons ?

coal: 141 tons, 1910 lbs. -

coal: 141 tons, 1910 lbs. - by survey 16

 

500dc367cd0db40002001217 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0324.jpg)

 

coal: 141 tons - received from Alaska Commercial Co.

M.B. Elliluk - Boarded. Fishing.

American M.B ELLILUK - boarded

"Great Bear" American gas schooner - boarded

"Elliluk", American M.B. - boarded

gas schooner GREAT BEAR - boarded

Great Bear - Boarder, General Cargo.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001218 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0325.jpg)

 

6 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db40002001219 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0326.jpg)

 

S. Smestad, signal quartermaster - sick and off duty

500dc367cd0db4000200121a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0327.jpg)

 

7 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db4000200121b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0328.jpg)

 

received 1 cs eggs from Naval Radio Station, Dutch Harbor, for transportation to Naval Radio Station, St. Paul

Received 1 cs. eggs from Naval Radio Station, Dutch Harbor, for transportation to Navel radio Station, St. Paul.

Paul Ludwik - a fisherman from Tigalda, came on board for medical treatment, as per Fleet Commander's letter of even date.

Paul Ludwik - a fisherman from Tigalda, came on board for medical treatment, as per Fleet Commander's letter of even date.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200121c (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0329.jpg)

 

8 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

coal: 56 tons 560 lbs -

coal: 56 tons, 560 lbs -

 

500dc367cd0db4000200121d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0330.jpg)

 

Crew sewing canvas

500dc367cd0db4000200121e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0331.jpg)

 

9 August 1916

Position: 54 19 N 165 25 W akun cove alaska

 

500dc367cd0db4000200121f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0332.jpg)

 

Sequoia - of San Francisco. spoke.

"Sequoia", schooner - spoke and delivered mail to her

Schooner SEQUOIA of San Francisco - spoke

Fannie Dutard - Anacortes

"Fannie Dutard", Anacores - spoke, treated one of her fishermen, Julius Selregrand, for injured hand and deliverd mail to her.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001220 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0333.jpg)

 

10 August 1916

Position: 56 31 N 161 05 W at sea bering sea

 

500dc367cd0db40002001221 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0334.jpg)

 

"Roy Sommers", Am schr - spoke

Roy Sommers - San Francisco, Bristol bay to San Francisco with Salmon.

Am. Sch. ROY SUMMERS - spoke

Maid of Orleans - Seattle.

MAID OF ORLEANS - spoke

"Maid of Orleans", schooner - delivered mail to her. No sickness reported

Azalea - Anacortes.

schooner AZALEA - stopped near ... delivered mail.

S. Smestad, signal quatermaster - returned to duty

 

500dc367cd0db40002001222 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0335.jpg)

 

11 August 1916

Position: 57 54 N 159 17 W at sea bristol bay alaska

 

500dc367cd0db40002001223 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0336.jpg)

 

"Santa Clara" - spoke

Santa Clara - San Francisco. Spoke.

SANTA CLARA - spoke

Prosper - San Francisco. Schooner, Spoke.

"Porsper", schooner - boarded

Schooner PROSPER - spoke

Maweema - San Francisco, Boarded, Fishing

sch. MAWEEMA - sent boarding boat

"Maweema",sch - boarded

"Vega", schooner - boarded; sent medical officers aboard and treated one patient

Vega - San Francisco, Boarded for medical treatment, one patient.

sCHooner VEGA - sent boarding and medical oficrs aboard and treated one patient.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001224 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0337.jpg)

 

12 August 1916

Position: 56 22 N 162 09 W at sea bristol bay

 

500dc367cd0db40002001225 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0338.jpg)

 

phosphorescent sea

 

500dc367cd0db40002001226 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0339.jpg)

 

13 August 1916

Position: 56 22 N 167 29 W at sea bering sea

 

500dc367cd0db40002001227 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0340.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001228 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0341.jpg)

 

14 August 1916

Position: at sea bering sea

 

500dc367cd0db40002001229 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0342.jpg)

 

Delivered Unalaska mail to St. George

recharged 3 fire extinguishers

U.S. Agent, St. Paul Id. came off to congfer with Commanding Officer. Delivered to hi one sack of mail from Unalaska, one case of eggs for Radio Tation, and certain boards from St. George Id.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200122a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0343.jpg)

 

15 August 1916

Position: at anchor east landing st paul is

 

500dc367cd0db4000200122b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0344.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db4000200122c (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0345.jpg)

 

16 August 1916

Position: at anchor st paul island

 

500dc367cd0db4000200122d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0346.jpg)

 

Crew employed repairing the aerial of the radio pant and scrubbing the stack.

Crew employed repairing the aerial of the radio pant and scrubbing the stack.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200122e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0347.jpg)

 

17 August 1916

Position: at anchor st paul island

 

500dc367cd0db4000200122f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0348.jpg)

 

Omitted quarter and drills ona ccount of inclement weather

 

500dc367cd0db40002001230 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0349.jpg)

 

18 August 1916

Position: at anchor st paul island

 

500dc367cd0db40002001231 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0350.jpg)

 

Omitted quarters and drills on account of inclement weather

Walter Pfeiffer, water tender - honorably discharged, expiration term of subsequent enlistment

Walter Pfeiffer - Honorably discharged ..., water tender, expiration term of subsequent enlistment.

Walter Pfeiffer (water tender)

- Honorably discharged at expiration term of subsequent enlistment

 

500dc367cd0db40002001232 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0351.jpg)

 

19 August 1916

Position: ne anchorage st paul island

 

500dc367cd0db40002001233 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0352.jpg)

 

Walter Pfeiffer - Re-enlisted as water tender, with proviso that his application for discharge be favorably considered after reaching a state in the United States.

Walter Pfeiffer - reenlisted as water-tender

 

500dc367cd0db40002001234 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0353.jpg)

 

20 August 1916

Position: east anchorage st paul island

 

500dc367cd0db40002001235 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0354.jpg)

 

Omitted muster ona ccount of inclement weather

 

500dc367cd0db40002001236 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0355.jpg)

 

21 August 1916

Position: at anchor st paul island

 

500dc367cd0db40002001237 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0356.jpg)

 

Omitted drills on account of inclement weather

 

500dc367cd0db40002001238 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0357.jpg)

 

22 August 1916

Position: 57 00 N at anchor st paul island

 

500dc367cd0db40002001239 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0358.jpg)

 

Received 1 drum of kerosene, 10 cases of milk, 3 crates of potatoes and 2 boxes of candles abroad for transportation to St. George Island because they were urgently needed there.

Received 1 drum of kerosene, 10 cases of milk, 3 creates of potatoes and 2 boxes of candles aboard for transportation to St. George Island because they were urgently needed there.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200123a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0359.jpg)

 

23 August 1916

Position: at anchor st george island

 

500dc367cd0db4000200123b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0360.jpg)

 

Sent the stores from St. Paul Island ashore and received 2 stoves and 2 small boxes and 1 sack of mail on board for transportation to St. Paul Island

USS "McCulloch" - anchored close by

USS McCulloch - anchored close by

The Captain called on the Captain of the McCulloch.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200123c (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0361.jpg)

 

24 August 1916

Position: at anchor st george island

 

500dc367cd0db4000200123d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0362.jpg)

 

USS McCulloch - stood out

Olga Kosloff -

Olga Kosloff and Peroskovia Kosloffnatives of St. Paul and Endronic Philmonoff, native of St. George - came on board as passengers to St. Paul at request of Agent St. George and Authority Division Commander's radiogram 8/23/1916

Peroskovia Kosloff - natives of St. Paul

Endronic Philmonoff - native of St. George, came on board as passengers to St. Paul at request of agent St. George and authority Division Commander's radiogram 8/23/16

US Commissioner went ashore at request of US Agent to hear cases.

US Commissioner returned after making out guardianship papers for thirteen native children.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200123e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0363.jpg)

 

25 August 1916

Position: 57 06 N 169 52 W at anchor st paul island

 

500dc367cd0db4000200123f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0364.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001240 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0365.jpg)

 

26 August 1916

Position: 56 21 N 169 31 W at sea bering sea

 

500dc367cd0db40002001241 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0366.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001242 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0367.jpg)

 

27 August 1916

Position: at sea bering sea

 

500dc367cd0db40002001243 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0368.jpg)

 

Am. Stm. DORA - boarded

"Dora", Am. Stm. - boarded, general cargo

Dora - Am. Stm. Port Townsend. General cargo

 

500dc367cd0db40002001244 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0369.jpg)

 

28 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

coal: 110 tons -

coal: 110 tons -

coal: 110 tons -

coal: 110 tons -

 

500dc367cd0db40002001245 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0370.jpg)

 

Sent surf boat to assist Division Power-boat which had broken down in the harbor

 

500dc367cd0db40002001246 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0371.jpg)

 

27 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db40002001247 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0372.jpg)

 

Am. Schr. HAROLD BLEKUM - boarded

"Harold Blekum", Am. Schr. - boarded. general cargo

Harold Blekum - Am. Schr. Magnusen. Boarded, General cargo.

Received from depot, Arundel Cove, one box of crockery

 

500dc367cd0db40002001248 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0373.jpg)

 

30 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db40002001249 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0374.jpg)

 

Board of survey, composed of Captain S.B. Winram, Lieuts. S.F. Howell and W. H. eberly, in session re certain service boats (orders of Division commander)

Board of Survey, composed of Captain S.B. Winram, Lieuts. S.F. Howell and W.H. Eberly, in session re certain service boats (orders of Division Commander)

Omitted quarters and drills on account of general painting

 

500dc367cd0db4000200124a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0375.jpg)

 

31 August 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

coal: 40 tons, 1377 lbs -

coal: 40 tons, 1377 lbs -

coal: 40 tons, 1377 lbs. -

coal: 40 tons, 1377 lbs. -

 

500dc367cd0db4000200124b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0376.jpg)

 

Landed infantry section for drill ashore

 

 

SEPTEMBER 1916

 

500dc367cd0db4000200124c (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0377.jpg)

 

1 September 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db4000200124d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0378.jpg)

 

Paul Ludwick, a fisherman - left the vessel, cured, having been under treament by ship's surgeon

M. Lawton (seaman)

- Intoxicated, confined in brig for safe keeping.

M.Lawton, seaman - intoxicated, confined in brig for safe keeping

Am. Gas Schr., RUBY - boarded

Ruby - Am. Schr. Knaflich. Boarded. General cargo.

"Ruby" Am. Gas Schr. - Boarded

Am. Screw steamer NORTH STAR - boarded

"North Star", Am. Screw Steamer - boarded

North Star - Am. Screw steamer. San Francisco. Boarded. Light.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200124e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0379.jpg)

 

2 September 1916

Position: unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db4000200124f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0380.jpg)

 

M. Lawton, seaman - released

U.S.S. McCULLOCH - came into harbor

A.S. Anderson (Coxwain)

- Returned on duty ashore at Unalaska, returned to duty on the Manning.

USS McCulloch - Came into harbor

T. Silling (Fireman)

- Returned on duty ashore at Unalaska, returned to duty on the Manning.

A. S. Anderse, coxswain, and T Silling, fireman - returned to duty on the "Manning"

 

500dc367cd0db40002001250 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0381.jpg)

 

3 September 1916

Position: 54 24 N 167 02 W unalaska alaska

 

500dc367cd0db40002001251 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0382.jpg)

 

C.G. Roemer (2nd Leiut)

- Left vessel, detached temporarily for duty on USS McCulloch.

C G Roemer, 2nd Lieut - left vessel, detached temporarily for duty on "McCulloch"

L.L.Bennett (2nd Lieut)

- Reported for temporary duty.

L L Bennett, 2nd Lieut - reported for temporary duty

MCCulloch - exchanged signals with ...

 

500dc367cd0db40002001252 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0383.jpg)

 

4 September 1916

Position: 169 17 W at sea bering sea

 

500dc367cd0db40002001253 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0384.jpg)

 

Gave the crew a holiday

 

500dc367cd0db40002001254 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0385.jpg)

 

5 September 1916

Position: east landing st paul island

 

500dc367cd0db40002001255 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0386.jpg)

 

Received one native for transportation to St. George

 

500dc367cd0db40002001256 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0387.jpg)

 

6 September 1916

Position: 55 02 N 166 10 W at sea bering sea

 

500dc367cd0db40002001257 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0388.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001258 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0389.jpg)

 

7 September 1916

Position: kings cove alaska pen

 

500dc367cd0db40002001259 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0390.jpg)

 

Sent Executive Officer and Surgeon ashore to investigate case of illness reported.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200125a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0391.jpg)

 

8 September 1916

Position: dolgoi harbor dolgoi island

 

500dc367cd0db4000200125b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0392.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db4000200125c (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0393.jpg)

 

9 September 1916

Position: 55 31 N 155 16 W at sea north pacific ocean

 

500dc367cd0db4000200125d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0394.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db4000200125e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0395.jpg)

 

10 September 1916

Position: 55 52 N 149 42 W at sea north pacific ocean

 

500dc367cd0db4000200125f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0396.jpg)

 

Omitted muster on account of deep rolling vessel

500dc367cd0db40002001260 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0397.jpg)

 

11 September 1916

Position: 56 22 N 144 02 W at sea north pacific ocean

 

500dc367cd0db40002001261 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0398.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001262 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0399.jpg)

 

12 September 1916

Position: 56 57 N 138 11 W at sea north pacific ocean

 

500dc367cd0db40002001263 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0400.jpg)

 

Found the impeller shaft of the circulating pump broken and started using the fire pump on the condenser. 1:30, increased speed to 90 revolutions in order to reach port as soon as possible for repairs.

Theodore Silling, fireman - enlistment expires this day

 

500dc367cd0db40002001264 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0401.jpg)

 

13 September 1916

Position: sitka alaska

 

500dc367cd0db40002001265 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0402.jpg)

 

Coaling ship throughout the day

 

500dc367cd0db40002001266 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0403.jpg)

 

14 September 1916

Position: sitka alaska

coal: 130 tons -

coal: 130 tons -

coal: 130 tons -

 

500dc367cd0db40002001267 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0404.jpg)

 

coal: 130 tons of steaming coal - Received from US Naval Coaling Depot

coal: 130 tons steaming coal - U.S. Naval Coaling Depot

 

500dc367cd0db40002001268 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0405.jpg)

 

15 September 1916

Position: sitka alaska

 

500dc367cd0db40002001269 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0406.jpg)

 

L. Brandt, seaman - Confined ... in the brig on bread and water for two days, for insolence to superior officer.

L Brandt, seaman - confined int he brig on bread and water for two days, for insolence to a superior officer

L.Brandt (Seaman)

- confined in the brig on bread and water for two days, for insolence to a superior officer.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200126a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0407.jpg)

 

16 September 1916

Position: 56 27 N 135 24 W sitka alaska

 

500dc367cd0db4000200126b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0408.jpg)

 

J.F. Koseba, second class boy - was scalded by having a bucket of hot water fall on him. Placed him on the sick list.

J F Kosheba, second class boy - was scalded by having a bucket of hot water fall on him. Placed him on sick list

J.F.Koseba (second class boy)

- Scalded by having a bucket of hot water fall on him.

 

17 to 30 September 1916

(not included)

 

 

OCTOBER 1916

 

500dc367cd0db4000200126c (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0409.jpg)

 

1 October 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard washington

 

500dc367cd0db4000200126d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0410.jpg)

 

F.W. Dost, ships writer, - Honorably discharged on account of expiration of first term of enlistment

 

500dc367cd0db4000200126e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0411.jpg)

 

2 October 1916

Position: puget sound navy yard washington

 

500dc367cd0db4000200126f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0412.jpg)

 

J F Koceba, 2nd class boy - returned from hospital

J.K. Koceba. 2nd class boy - Returned from the hospital.

James Stephens - enlisted as coal heaver. Original enlistment.

Frank Clarence Runyon - enlisted as ship's Writer (A)

. Original enlistment

 

500dc367cd0db40002001270 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0413.jpg)

 

3 October 1916

Position: port townsend washington

 

500dc367cd0db40002001271 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0414.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001272 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0415.jpg)

 

4 October 1916

Position: at sea north pacific ocean

 

500dc367cd0db40002001273 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0416.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001274 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0417.jpg)

 

5 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001275 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0418.jpg)

 

I Watanabe and M Hashinoto, 1st class boys - deprived of liberty for 5 days for fighting in the wardroom

 

500dc367cd0db40002001276 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0419.jpg)

 

6 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001277 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0420.jpg)

 

Dr. C J McDevitt - left vessel on 10 days leave of absence granted by US Public Health Service telegram of the fifth instant.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001278 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0421.jpg)

 

7 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001279 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0422.jpg)

 

S Hanano (Boy 1st class)

- Discharged, Ordinary, unsatisfactory probation. Paid on voucher.

W. R. Christensen (Asst. M-a-A, - Honorably discharged, expiration of full term subsequent enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200127a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0423.jpg)

 

8 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db4000200127b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0424.jpg)

 

William R. Christensen - Enlisted, as assistant master at arms. subsequent enlistment.

William R Christiansen - assistant master at arms

 

500dc367cd0db4000200127c (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0425.jpg)

 

9 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db4000200127d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0426.jpg)

 

H.C.Herman, Master at Arms. - Left on 5 days reenlistment leave.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200127e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0427.jpg)

 

10 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db4000200127f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0428.jpg)

 

Received 1 set (5 volumes)

Forchheimer's Therapeusis of Internal Diseases

Received 1 set (5 vols.)

Forchheimer's Therapeusis of Internal Diseases.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001280 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0429.jpg)

 

11 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001281 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0430.jpg)

 

Captain S B Winram - left vessel in obedience to Hadquarters orders of the 4th instant N° 71, detaching him from the "Manning"

S.B. Winram (Captain)

- Left vessel in obedience to Headquarters orders of the 4th instant No 71, detaching him from the Manning

 

500dc367cd0db40002001282 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0431.jpg)

 

12 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

Leiut. F. L. Austin - Temp'y Commanding

 

500dc367cd0db40002001283 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0432.jpg)

 

W Pfeiffer, WT - sent to the Public Health Service for treatment

 

500dc367cd0db40002001284 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0433.jpg)

 

13 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001285 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0434.jpg)

 

Michael Joseph Lawton (Seaman)

- Found dead in his room at 604 Commercial St. Coroner stated death due in his opinion to natural causes, ie; a hemmorage.

Michael Joseph Lawton, seaman - Walter Pfeitffer, returning from liberty found him dead in his roon at 604 Commercial St., on attmpting to call him this morning. He notified the coroner, who took charge of the deceased. He stated death due in his opinion to natural causes, is: a hemmorage

Michael Joseph Lawton - Water Tender, Walter Pfeiffer, returning from liberty reported that he had found Seaman ... dead in his room at 604 Commercial St., on attempting tocall him this morning. He notified the Coroner, who took charge of the deceased. He stated death due in his opinion to natural causes, ie; a hemmorage.

Commanding officer convened board of three officers to inquire into the circumstances connected with death of Seaman, Lawton.

Commanding Officer convened board of three officers to inquire into circumnstances connected with death of Seaman, Lawton

Absence of M. J. Lawton, Sea., on the 12th instant is excused.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001286 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0435.jpg)

 

14 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001287 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0436.jpg)

 

Harry Stanley Wilson - enlisted as second class boy.

Ernest Heikka - rated from 2nd class boy to Ordinary Seaman

Ernest Heikka - Rated from 2d class boy to ordinary seaman.

C Burr, seaman - sent to the hospital of Astoria

 

500dc367cd0db40002001288 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0437.jpg)

 

15 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001289 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0438.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db4000200128a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0439.jpg)

 

16 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db4000200128b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0440.jpg)

 

Landed escort under arms and body bearers to take part in funeral of M.J. Lawton, late seaman.

M.J. Lawton - 2:00 landed escort under arms and body bearers to take part in funeral of ..., late seaman

Landed escort under arms and body beareres to take part in funeral of M J Lawton, late seaman

M. Ono (Cab. Std.)

- Honorably discharged, expiration subsequent enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200128c (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0441.jpg)

 

17 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db4000200128d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0442.jpg)

 

M. Ono - Reenlisted. Cabin Steward

 

500dc367cd0db4000200128e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0443.jpg)

 

18 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db4000200128f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0444.jpg)

 

C Burr, seaman - returned from leave

B. Conselyea - O.S. Discharged Ordinary at his own request. Paid on voucher.

George Bosse - Enlisted as ordinary seaman, first enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001290 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0445.jpg)

 

19 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001291 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0446.jpg)

 

C Burr, seaman - sick and off duty

 

500dc367cd0db40002001292 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0447.jpg)

 

20 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001293 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0448.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001294 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0449.jpg)

 

21 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001295 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0450.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001296 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0451.jpg)

 

22 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001297 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0452.jpg)

 

USS McCulloch - Came into port.

U.S.S. MCCULLOCH - came in port and moored to face of Municipal Warf

C.G. Roemer and L.L. Bennett - Respectively resumed duty on the Manning and the McCulloch.

USS McCulloch cast off and stood out. Sent Q.C. signal T.D.L. (Wish you a pleasant voyage)

. Received Q.C. signal X.O.R. (Thank you)

Sent Q.C. signal T.D.L. (Wish you a pleasant voyage)

. Received Q.C. Signal X.O.R. (Than you)

. Exchanged official calls with commanding officer of McCullock.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001298 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0453.jpg)

 

23 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db40002001299 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0454.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db4000200129a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0455.jpg)

 

24 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

coal: 89 tons 1540 lbs -

coal: 89 tons, 1540 lbs. -

 

500dc367cd0db4000200129b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0456.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db4000200129c (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0457.jpg)

 

25 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db4000200129d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0458.jpg)

 

US Senator JE Chamberlin and party - called up officially

U.S. Senator J.E. Chamberlin - and party called officially

US Senator J.E. Chamberlin - And party called unofficially.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200129e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0459.jpg)

 

26 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db4000200129f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0460.jpg)

 

R Fuller, seaman, and W Waldal, ord sea - sent to hospital Astoria, under charge of surgeon attached

 

500dc367cd0db400020012a0 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0461.jpg)

 

27 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012a1 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0462.jpg)

 

G R Price, seaman - sent to hospital under charge of surgeon attached

 

500dc367cd0db400020012a2 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0463.jpg)

 

28 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012a3 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0464.jpg)

 

L. Brand, seaman and M. stapelton, seaman - did not return from Liberty. Ascertained that they were under arrest by the local authorities and at their request sent master at Arms to take charge of them.

David Lincoln Bellew - enlisted as 2nd class boy, first enlistment

 

500dc367cd0db400020012a4 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0465.jpg)

 

29 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012a5 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0466.jpg)

 

R Fuller, and G price, seamen and W Waldal, ordinary seaman - returned from hospital

500dc367cd0db400020012a6 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0467.jpg)

 

30 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012a7 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0468.jpg)

 

omitted drills on account of stormy weather

 

500dc367cd0db400020012a8 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0469.jpg)

 

31 October 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012a9 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0470.jpg)

 

M. Hasimoto (first class boy)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of full term of first enlistment.

Frank Runyon (ships writer (A)

- Ordinarily discharged, services unsatisfactory in accordance with Art. 371-pp(b) of the Regulations.

H Hansen, Q.M. - transferred to the Snohomish in accordance with headquarters letter of the 18th instant

H. Hansen QM - Left vessel, transferred to the Snohomish in accordance with Headquarters letter of the 18th instant.

 

 

NOVEMBER 1916

 

500dc367cd0db400020012aa (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0471.jpg)

 

1 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ab (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0472.jpg)

 

Schooner "George E Billings" - had reported sickness on board and had request a tug to assist her

12:00 Received information that the Schooner George e. Billings had reported sickness on board and had requested a tug to assist her. 1:45 underway from wharf, stood out to investigate above case.

Schooner GEORGE E. BILLINGS - Received information that ... had reported sickness on board and had requested a tug to assist her.

not having sighted schooner and having no further informatio nregarding her, stood NxW 3/8 for Columbia River L.V.

7:50, schooner not sighted stood for L.V., to return to Astoria.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ac (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0473.jpg)

 

2 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ad (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0474.jpg)

 

W. Waldal, (ordinary seaman)

- Honorably discharged, expiration full term of enlistment.

Frank Fukuhara (first class boy)

- Enlisted, subsequent enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ae (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0475.jpg)

 

3 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012af (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0476.jpg)

 

Omitted rills on account of inclement weather

W. Wadal - Reenlisted as ordinary seaman.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012b0 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0477.jpg)

 

4 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012b1 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0478.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db400020012b2 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0479.jpg)

 

5 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012b3 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0480.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db400020012b4 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0481.jpg)

 

6 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012b5 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0482.jpg)

 

Omitted drills on account of inclement weather

 

500dc367cd0db400020012b6 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0483.jpg)

 

7 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012b7 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0484.jpg)

 

Michael Madison Beard - enlisted as second class boy

Michael Madison Beard - Enlisted as second class boy.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012b8 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0485.jpg)

 

8 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012b9 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0486.jpg)

 

Omitted quarters on account of rain

Benjamin Pitts Stallard - enlisted as second class boy

Benjamin Pitts stallard - Enlisted as second class boy.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ba (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0487.jpg)

 

9 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012bb (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0488.jpg)

 

C Holt. (seaman)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of subsequent term of enlistment.

Frank Fockety. (fireman)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of subsequent term of enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012bc (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0489.jpg)

 

10 November 1916

Position: at sea north pacific ocean

 

500dc367cd0db400020012bd (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0490.jpg)

 

Omiyyed quarters and drills on account of excessive rolling

Frank Fockety - Reenlisted as fireman.

C. Holt - Reenlisted as seaman.

T. Hirano (Ward room steward)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of subsequent enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012be (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0491.jpg)

 

11 November 1916

Position: port townsend washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012bf (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0492.jpg)

 

Omitted general muster on account of preliminary work incident to target practice.

F. Fukuhara - Rated 1st class boy, to ward room steward.

F. Fockety, seaman. - Left vessel on 3 days reenlistment leave.

O. W. Lee, electrician 3d class - Granted 3 days reenlistment leave.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012c0 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0493.jpg)

 

12 November 1916

Position: port townsend washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012c1 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0494.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db400020012c2 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0495.jpg)

 

13 November 1916

Position: port townsend washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012c3 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0496.jpg)

 

Unalga - came into port

SNOHOMISH - Came into port.

Unalga - Came into port.

UNALGA - came into port

 

500dc367cd0db400020012c4 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0497.jpg)

 

14 November 1916

Position: port townsend washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012c5 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0498.jpg)

 

Snohomish - anchored near by (Protection Island)

Unalga - anchored near by (Protection Island)

3rd Liut C C Paulsen - detailed as target umpire at target practice of "Snohomish"

Lieut. C.C. von Paulsen - detailed as target umpire at target practice of SNOHOMISH

 

500dc367cd0db400020012c6 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0499.jpg)

 

15 November 1916

Position: port townsend wash

 

500dc367cd0db400020012c7 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0500.jpg)

 

UNALGA - CC von Paulsen detailed as target umpire during UNALGA's target practice.

O W Lee, seaman, anf F Fockety, fireman - who should return from leave pf absence at 11:00 am today, are reported as being in Port Townsend awaiting the vessel

During MANNING'S target practice, 2d Lieut. C. G. Roeme detailed as spotter; 2d Lieut. W. K. Thompson of SNOHOMISH as gun umpire; 3d Lieut. J.E. Stika of UNALGA, as target umpire; and 2d Lieut. of Engrs. T.H. Yeager, as deflexion spotter

 

500dc367cd0db400020012c8 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0501.jpg)

 

16 November 1916

Position: off protection island washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012c9 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0502.jpg)

 

UNALGA - Stood for ... and turned over target, then stood for target buoys and moored MANNING target to them.

Irving Miller Gage, fireman - Honorably discharged on account of expiration of subsequent enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ca (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0503.jpg)

 

17 November 1916

Position: off protection island washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012cb (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0504.jpg)

 

finished firing, target practice completed, having fired in all, 157 rounds SPD 1133 6 pdr. ammunition, practice and record, and 2000 rounds 30 cal. ammunition in sub-calibre practice. Picked up target and all range buoys. In so doing lost one boat anchor. Same fouled on bottom and line broke attempting to clear it.

G.R. Price. seaman - Honorably discharged, paid in full on voucher.

H. Toyota. ships cook. - Honorably discharged, paid in full on voucher.

S. Smestad, Sig. Q. M. - returned from 5 days extension of leave, one day late. Absence excused as unavoidable, vessel haning been out of port.

I.M. Gage. - Reenlisted as fireman.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012cc (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0505.jpg)

 

18 November 1916

Position: port townsend washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012cd (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0506.jpg)

 

C. Gerbets. - Reenlisted, fireman.

T. Okamoto. - Reenlisted. Boy first class.

H. Toyota. - Reenlisted as cook.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ce (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0507.jpg)

 

19 November 1916

Position: seattle washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012cf (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0508.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db400020012d0 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0509.jpg)

 

20 November 1916

Position: seattle washington

coal: 101 tons 440 lbs -

coal: 101 tons, 440 lbs. -

coal: 101 tons 440 lbs. -

 

500dc367cd0db400020012d1 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0510.jpg)

 

Staret coaling at 8:35 (am)

L. Benson. coal heaver - Honorable discharged, expiration of full term enlistment. Paid him on voucher.

10.30am finished coaling

P. Schrape. coxwain - Honorably discharged, expiration full term of enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012d2 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0511.jpg)

 

21 November 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012d3 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0512.jpg)

 

D.L. Bellew - Rated from 2nd class boy to coal heaver.

P. Schrape - Reenlisted as coxswain.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012d4 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0513.jpg)

 

22 November 1916

Position: at sea north pacific ocean

 

500dc367cd0db400020012d5 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0514.jpg)

 

Julius Raymond Hansen - Enlisted as boy, second class.(first enlistment.)

Otto Sparmberg - Enlisted as ordinary seaman, (first enlistment)

Omitted quarters and drills ona ccount of inclement weather

 

500dc367cd0db400020012d6 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0515.jpg)

 

23 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012d7 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0516.jpg)

 

9.30am, quarters, man overboard drill. Fire drill, first water in 50 seconds. Resuscitation drill.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012d8 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0517.jpg)

 

24 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012d9 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0518.jpg)

 

C J Mc Devitt, Assist. Surgeon - received telegraphic orders. Detached from "Manning"

C.J. Mc Devitt. (Asst. Surgeon.)

- Received telegraphic orders.Detatched from manning

 

500dc367cd0db400020012da (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0519.jpg)

 

25 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012db (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0520.jpg)

 

C. F. Howell. (1st Lieutenant)

- Reported on board from 60 days leave.

First Lieutenant F.L. Austin - left the vessel in accordance with Headquarters

F.L. Austin - Left the vessel in accordance with Headquarters letter of September 22 1916, ammended by division Commander's telegraph of the 24th instant.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012dc (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0521.jpg)

 

26 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

C.F. Howell, First Lieut. - Commanding.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012dd (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0522.jpg)

 

J K Fuller, Assist. Surgeon, PHS - reported for duty as directed by PHS telegram, NOvember 23 (Glennan)

J.K. Fuller, Asst Surgeon P.H.S. - reported for duty as directed by P.H.S. telegram, November 23, (Glennan)

Asst. Surgeon J.K. Fuller P.H.S. - reported for duty as directed by PHS telegram, November 23, (Glennan)

 

500dc367cd0db400020012de (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0523.jpg)

 

27 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012df (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0524.jpg)

 

Fire alarm, fisrt water in 52 seconds

 

500dc367cd0db400020012e0 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0525.jpg)

 

28 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012e1 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0526.jpg)

 

C.J. Mc Devitt (Asst. surgeon)

- Left the vessel in accordance with Headquarters telegram of the 23d instant.

Asst. Surgeon C.J. McDevitt - left vessel in accordance with Headquaters telegram of the 23d instant

Intercepted radiogram, concerning steamer "Coronado" having lost propeller eight miles off Tillamook Light and wanting assistance

steamer CORONADO - intercepted radiogram, concerning ... having lost propeller eight miles off Tillamook Light and wanting assistance.

Tug WALLULA from Astoria - staring in few minutes for you communicate him by wireless" -- Marconi.

2:20 intercepted radiogram, concerning steamer Coronado having lost propeller eight miles off Tillamook Light and wanting assistance. Ordered steam at once on both boilers and amde preparations to proceed when the following radiogram was intercepted --" Capt. Brims, coronado, 'Tug Wallula from Astoria starting in few minutes for you communicate him by wireless,' -- Marconi. Deemed proceeding unnecessary as Wallula was considered able to render any assistance needed.

Deemed proceeding unnecessary as the WALLULA was considered able to render any assistance needed.

Deemed proceeding unnecessary as the "Wallula" was considered able to render any assistance needed

5:30, ascetained that the Wallula had the Coronado in tow.

Ascertained that the Wallula had the Coronado in tow

ascertained that the WALLULA had the CORONADO in tow.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012e2 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0527.jpg)

 

29 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012e3 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0528.jpg)

 

500dc367cd0db400020012e4 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0529.jpg)

 

with reference to Log entries for Ships cook H. Toyoto. 29th Nov 1916. See web pagehttp://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS%20Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0529.jpg for more details.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012e5 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0530.jpg)

 

30 November 1916

Position: astoria oregon

 

500dc367cd0db400020012e6 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0531.jpg)

 

Lieut W P Kain - left vessel on four days emergency leave

 

 

DECEMBER 1916

 

500dc367cd0db400020012e7 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0532.jpg)

 

1 December 1916

Position: astoria ore

 

500dc367cd0db400020012e8 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0533.jpg)

 

Benjamin Pitts Stallard, 2nd class Boy - declared a deserter on this date

Benjamin Pitts Stallard. Second class boy. - Failed to return from liberty. As none of his effects could be found on board he is declared a deserter as of this date.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012e9 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0534.jpg)

 

2 December 1916

Position: willapa bay wash

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ea (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0535.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db400020012eb (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0536.jpg)

 

3 December 1916

Position: willapa bay washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ec (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0537.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ed (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0538.jpg)

 

4 December 1916

Position: willapa bay washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ee (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0539.jpg)

 

Omitted drills on account of heavy pitching of vessel

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ef (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0540.jpg)

 

5 December 1916

Position: port angeles wash

 

500dc367cd0db400020012f0 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0541.jpg)

 

A. Wold. (coxswain)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of subsequent enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012f1 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0542.jpg)

 

6 December 1916

Position: port angeles wash

 

500dc367cd0db400020012f2 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0543.jpg)

 

Andrew Wold. - Reenlisted as coxswain.

Ship's power launch out of order and not running.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012f3 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0544.jpg)

 

7 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012f4 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0545.jpg)

 

SNOHOMISH - Washed down and launched the power boat belonging to the ...

Small-arm target practice throughout the day

 

500dc367cd0db400020012f5 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0546.jpg)

 

8 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012f6 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0547.jpg)

 

Snohomish - came into port.

SNOHOMISH - came into port

R F Dibb, elect 3d class - sent to P A Surgeon E. Krulish, PHS, at Seattle, Wash., for examination and treatment of the right ear.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012f7 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0548.jpg)

 

9 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012f8 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0549.jpg)

 

Small-arm target practice. Discontinued practice at noon and omitted general muster on account of squally weather conditions.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012f9 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0550.jpg)

 

10 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012fa (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0551.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db400020012fb (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0552.jpg)

 

11 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012fc (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0553.jpg)

 

R F Dibb, electrician 2d class - returned from undergoing medical treatment at Seattle, Washington

Allen Charles Monroe (fireman)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of full term of subsequent enlistment.

T H Yeager, Second Lieutenant of Engrs. - sick and off duty

i Watanabe, 1st class boy - injured by falling on deck. Injury received in line of duty.

I. Watanabe, 1st class boy - injured by falling on deck. Injury received in line of duty.

I. Watanabe (1st class bot, - injured by falling on deck. Injury received in line of duty.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012fd (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0554.jpg)

 

12 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db400020012fe (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0555.jpg)

 

Artata - came into port.

Arcata - came in port

ARCATA - came into port and made fast on the starboard side.

Allen Charles Monroe - Reenlisted as fireman.

 

500dc367cd0db400020012ff (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0556.jpg)

 

13 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db40002001300 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0557.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001301 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0558.jpg)

 

14 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db40002001302 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0559.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001303 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0560.jpg)

 

15 December 1916

Position: port angeles wash

 

500dc367cd0db40002001304 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0561.jpg)

 

USS Snohomish - made fast to west face of wharf

SNOHOMISH - made fst to west face of warf.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001305 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0562.jpg)

 

16 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db40002001306 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0563.jpg)

 

I. Watanabe - Sent to Pulbic Health Hospital for treatment.

I Watanabe, 1/C/B - sent to Public Hospital for treatment

 

500dc367cd0db40002001307 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0564.jpg)

 

17 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db40002001308 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0565.jpg)

 

Philip. B. Cogswell (Ships writer "A")

- Honorably discharged, expiration full term of subsequent enlistment. Paid him in full on voucher.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001309 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0566.jpg)

 

18 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db4000200130a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0567.jpg

P.B. Cogswell - reenlisted ... as seaman and rated him Ship's Writer "A".

P.B. Cogswell - Reenlisted as seaman and rated as Ships Writer "A"

500dc367cd0db4000200130b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0568.jpg)

 

19 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

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500dc367cd0db4000200130d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0570.jpg)

 

20 December 1916

Position: port angeles wash

 

500dc367cd0db4000200130e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0571.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db4000200130f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0572.jpg)

 

21 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db40002001310 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0573.jpg)

 

Emil Moen (Quartermaster)

- Honorably discharged, expiration full term subsequent enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001311 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0574.jpg)

 

22 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db40002001312 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0575.jpg)

 

Omitted quarters and drills ona ccount of officers and men being on the range.

 

500dc367cd0db40002001313 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0576.jpg)

 

23 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db40002001314 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0577.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001315 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0578.jpg)

 

24 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db40002001316 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0579.jpg)

 

heavy snowfall last part

 

500dc367cd0db40002001317 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0580.jpg)

 

25 December 1916

Position: seattle washington

 

500dc367cd0db40002001318 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0581.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001319 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0582.jpg)

 

26 December 1916

Position: seattle washington

coal: 181 tons - 1120 lbs

coal: 181 tons, 1120 lbs. -

coal: 181 Tons 120 lbs. -

 

500dc367cd0db4000200131a (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0583.jpg)

 

Omitted quarters and drills on account of coaling ship.

C. O. Hekleberg (Machinist)

- Headquaters' letter 72, detatched him from the Manning and assigned him to duty on the Winnisimmet P B Cogswell - acting ship's writer Robert Fuller (seaman)

- Honorably discharged, expiration of a full term of subsequent enlistment.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200131b (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0584.jpg)

 

27 December 1916

Position: seattle washington

 

500dc367cd0db4000200131c (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0585.jpg)

 

Robert Fuller (seaman)

- Reenlisted. Service continuous as of December 27 1913.

 

500dc367cd0db4000200131d (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0586.jpg)

 

28 December 1916

Position: seattle washington

 

500dc367cd0db4000200131e (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0587.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db4000200131f (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0588.jpg)

 

29 December 1916

Position: port angeles washington

 

500dc367cd0db40002001320 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0589.jpg)

 

 

500dc367cd0db40002001321 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0590.jpg)

 

30 December 1916

Position: at sea north pacific ocean

 

500dc367cd0db40002001322 (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/USS Manning/Manning_1916b/B1462_0591.jpg)

 

E.A. Stanton (oiler 1/c)

- Reported for duty from the Guard, as directed by H/L 12/16/16 (531-73)

C.F. Stromberg (Oiler 2/c)

- Board of Investigation, case of Oiler 2/C C.F. Stromberg, in session from 1:30 until 3:30pm C.F. Stromberg - Board of Investigation, case of Oiler 2/c ... in session from 1:30 until 3:30.