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TABLE No. 9.

SHOWING INCREASE AND DECREASE OF EARNINGS.

COMPANIES.

Increase.

Decrease.

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Southern Pacific Company
Central Pacitic Company*
Northern Railway Company*
California Pacific Railroad Company*
Southern Pacific Railroad of California*
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company
California Central Railway Company
California Southern Railroad Company
Los Angeles and Pacific Railway Company -
San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad Company
Visalia Railroad Company -
Eel River and Eureka Railroad Companyi
Northern California Railroad Company.
South Pacific Coast Railway Company*
North Pacific Coast Railroad Company
Pacific Coast Railway Company.
Sonoma Valley Railroad Company
Carson and Colorado Railroad Company+
Colusa and Lake Railroad Companyi..
Arcata and Mad River Railroad Companyi-
National City and Otay Railway Company
Nevada County Narrow Gauge
Nevada and California Railroad Companyi.
Visalia and Tulare Railroad Companyi.

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* Reported by Southern Pacific Company.
† Not reported.
First report to Commissioners.

TABLE No. 10.

SHOWING SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC COM

PANY-1887 COMPARED WITH 1888.

PACIFIC SYSTEM.

1887.

1888.

Increase or Decrease.

Mileage of road operated December 31.....
Average road for the year.
Miles of road in California December 31...
Miles run by passenger trains
Miles run by freight trains
Miles run by other trains.
Miles run by all trains
Passenger earnings per train mile..
Freight earnings per train mile...
Total earnings per train mile.
Total expenses per train mile.
Net earnings per train mile....
Number of passengers carried.
Mileage of passengers
Average number of passengers in a train..
Tons of freight carried
Mileage of freight-tons
Average tons of freight in a train

3.888.88 4,244.81 *Inc. 355.93 miles. 3,815.14 4,071.25 Inc. 6.71 per c'nt. 2,255.40 2,610.33 Inc. 354.93 miles. 6,130,814 7,289,590 Inc. 18.99 per c'nt. 7,719,895 9,371,349 Inc. 21.39 per c'nt. 2,913,309 4,093,219 Inc. 40.50 per c'nt. 16,764,018 20,754,148 Inc. 23.80 per c'nt. $1 53

$1 53 2 21

2 27 Inc. 2.72 per cint. 1 70

1 69 Dec. 59 per c'nt.

1 09 Inc. 13.54 per c'nt. 74

60 Dec. 18.92 perc'nt. 13,631,186 15,365,268 Inc. 12.72 per c'nt. 424,601,248 504,477,788 Inc. 18.81 per c'nt. 69.3

69.2 Dec. 14 per c'nt. 4,765,401 6,325,326 Inc. 32.74 per c'nt. 1,116,490,517 1,292,296,710 Inc. 15.75 per c'nt.

129.24 117.96 Dec. 8.73 per c'nt.

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NOTE.-The South Pacific Coast Railway, 104 miles, and the Oregon and California Road (north of Ashland), 448.80 miles, were operated by the Southern Pacific Company from July 1, 1887. For the sake of comparison, however, the operations of these roads are included above for the entire year of 1887.

*Increase of mileage through consolidations, 115.36 miles; new road constructed, 240.57 miles.

STATEMENT SHOWING MOVEMENT OF REVENUE TRAINS, JANUARY 1 TO

SEPTEMBER 30, 1888 AND 1889.

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TABLE No. 11. TRAIN MILEAGE-STATEMENT SHOWING TOTAL NUMBER OF MILES RUN.

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The volume of traffic for the companies reporting to this Commission for 1888 is considerably in excess of the returns for the preceding year. The whole number of passengers carried upon the roads of the State during 1888 is reported at 18,079,724, an increase over 1887 of 2,504,301, or 13 per cent. The total tons of freight hauled in 1888 is reported at 7,661,799, an increase over 1887 of 1,878,070, or 24 per cent. The total miles run by passenger trains in 1888 is reported at 8,868,474, an increase over 1887 of 1,868,726, or 21 per cent. The total miles run by freight trains in 1888 is reported at 10,675,958, an increase over 1887 of 2,822,326, or 26 per cent.

The average passenger rate for the State, for 1888, was 2.83 cents per mile of road operated. The average freight rate for the State, for 1888, was 2 cents per mile.

TABLE No. 13.

SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY (PACIFIC SYSTEM). STATEMENT SHOWING

NUMBER OF OVERLAND PASSENGERS, EAST AND WEST, TO AND FROM CALIFORNIA, FROM JANUARY, 1889, TO SEPTEMBER, 1889, INCLUSIVE, ESTIMATED.

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Last year-Jan. to Sept., 1888..- 22,922 36,204 59,126 30,775 46,704 77,479 136,605

The above table is an exhibit of the overland passenger business done by the Southern Pacific Company for the years 1888 and 1889, and from it we learn that in only one instance was there an increase of business in 1889 over 1888, and that was in first class passengers eastbound. The total number eastbound for 1889, being.

24,493 The total number eastbound for 1888, being.

22,922 Difference in favor of 1889 of....

1,571

As will be observed upon inspection of the foregoing table, there were three thousand four hundred and eighty more second class passengers eastbound in 1888 than in 1889.

There were four thousand seven hundred and thirty-six more first class passengers westbound in 1888 than in 1889.

There were four thousand two hundred and fourteen more second class passengers westbound in 1888 than in 1889.

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Comparative statement showing local passenger rates in effect on lines of Southern Pacific Company, with similar rates east and west of Chicago, Illinois, as follows:

2 50..-2 50.--

6 10.--

Rates from San Francisco to Certain Principal Points, and the Average Rate per Mile. To Santa Rosa -$2 25.--. 75 miles.

-3.00 cents per mile. To Lathrop, via Livermore

83 miles.

-3.01 cents per mile. To Lathrop, via Antioch

94 miles.

2.66 cents per mile. To Stockton, via Livermore. 2 50.... 92 miles.

-2.72 cents per mile. To Stockton, via Antioch. 2 50.--.103 miles.

.2.43 cents per mile. To Sacramento, via Benicia... 3 30. 90 miles.

.3.67 cents per mile. To Sacramento, via Antioch. 3 30. . 151 miles

2.18 cents per mile. To Auburn, via Antioch.. 4 10....187 miles..

2.19 cents per mile. To Auburn, via Benicia.. 4 10....126 miles.

3.25 cents per mile. To Marysville, via Benicia 4 60.--.142 miles.

-3.24 cents per mile. To Marysville, via Antioch. 4 60....204 miles.

2.24 cents per mile. To Tebama, via Davis... 6 10.-- .187 miles.

3.26 cents per mile. To Tehama, via Marysville..

.274 miles.

2.23 cents per mile. To Redding, via Davis... 7 50. .234 miles.

-3.21 cents per mile. To Redding, via Marysville. 7 50.

.-321 miles..

.2.34 cents per mile. To Colfax, via Benicia. 5 05....144 miles.

-3.51 cents per mile. To Colfax, via Antioch 5 05.... 205 miles.

.2.46 cents per mile. To Truckee, via Benicia, 8 30....209 miles.

-3.97 cents per mile. To Truckee, via Antioch 8 30. 271 miles...

-3.06 cents per mile. To Merced 4 25. 152 miles.

-2.80 cents per mile. To Fresno. 5 90. 207 miles.

-2.85 cents per mile. To Sumner. 9 10. .314 miles.

2.90 cents per mile. To Los Angeles 15 00....482 miles

-3.11 cents per mile. To Santa Barbara 15 00....532 miles...

-2.82 cents per mile. To Sacramento, via Benicia.. 2 50 First class (limited). 2.78 cents per mile. To Santa Rosa

1 75....First class (limited). .2.33 cents per mile. To Auburn

3 60....First class (limited) 2.85 cents per mile. To Tehama..

5 65. ..First class (limited). 2.06 cents per mile. To Lathrop, via Antioch 1 50.--- Second class

1.60 cents per mile. To Stockton. 1 50... Second class

.1.46 cents per mile. To Sacramento, via Benicia. 1 50.... Second class

1.67 cents per mile. To Los Angeles 12 00....Emigrant.

-2.49 cents per mile. To Santa Barbara 12 00....Emigrant.

-2.25 cents per mile.

To Tustin
To Whittier
To Santa Monica
To Long Beach.

From Los Angeles.
$1 05....40 miles.

40....21 miles.
50....18 miles.
50

----24 miles..

-2.62 cents per mile. 1.90 cents per mile. -2.72 cents per mile. .2.08 cents per mile.

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