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ORDENANZA PUBLICA [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 30 January 1847
ORDENANZA PUBLICA t'eoaalmndo «jue el nomUre de "Yrrba l ; -m" &lt; initial aira*btoa&gt;*— Fr«»n*r« rt d~r«. ... • J • »• , era del (batata iwiw&lt;i.ato ; y rstai » i»Nr*oa Jr 1 n . ■ ,&gt;. a&gt; U j '»&gt; ■&gt; ea q»» rl SWffcU r*ta wtwtn. . Tor esto, a preTeair eqniroro* m lot djctttift'.-* put*, rtw, &gt; «jw&gt; rl jmbiiro goxaro la rutaja d«l noo&amp;r* pelfc. ! f»6 jra ra los bUbm jr maps* : hrtf u&lt; » '-«ar..i a dre*. l«r. «jne fi adrlaaSr rl Ba Jrr &lt;!&lt;&gt; Sam fr lariiM, »tj I rarrilo ra loio* tonimua.caca:ac*, il &lt;umrnt&lt; ■•. y r»p*. trai patams; I**' prru-nr«ra «1 j=n»-!&gt;k iS&lt;- .v.m JV««. run WASCK A. D.VRTLITIT. I Pab!&gt;a4&lt;&gt; por er.ii — I fIHMIIIrINti. J. &gt;. 1. Drxixarr, Srtf*e MueteifiL
AN ORDINANCE [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 30 January 1847
AN ORDINANCE Whereas the parctice of firing guns and pistols in the town of San Francisco and vicinty, already prohibited in the general order of the late Com'dt of the district, is not observed and in consequence persons have been in juried and others endangered, while pursuing their necessary occupations. -- It is therefore ordered last from and after the publication of the ordinance, any person or persons who shall discharge any fire arms within one mile of the Public square, shall be found on conviction therefore, the sum of twenty dollars for each and every offence -- one half of which shall be paid to the person proving the same. As the police of the town is under the supervision of the Com'dt of the Garrison, any person wishing to discharge their arms, will apply to him permission to do. WASH'N A. BARTLETT Chief Magistrate Published by Order. J.G.T. Denleat, Municipal Corut.
RANDO [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 30 January 1847
BANDO De hey en adelante todo clase d« t\n* it anrtss &amp;• r*rr&gt;. r*taa frihilUi ra rl tv,&lt;-i&gt;'o Cc &gt;'. » Cir.Kfn' -♦ .'...:-&lt; mm nana *■ la piau m»• .-.r, ;in i •:•• r . .i -.. t.aine *» ordra aair la malu tic \w\\U \~rat— ,, m iift.i amnaweVl Nor. &lt; "•».-»• d* ta pU?*. WASHINGTON A. BARTLETT, Alcade le Publeo Publicado por orden J. G. T. Dunleaty, Sect'n Municpal
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 30 January 1847
I&gt;i*%olttllou of Coparfnrrthtp. T!»* 1 ■partariabjp. hifalaaWi rxjiinj nadcr lh&lt;» firci cf • i «-OTT * Wit*oi. hit this diy '■*n aWdvt'i by tnistnnl cvnaraL AH prrnnsi harm; aecoaafi With li? &lt;z.'. Cfxa, mxr rr : .- -!rj la pmwat l!jrm. And ll»&lt;w k*fct-J 1 '••» nat umr, at* hfftby iafumt^d, that thrir Uit»-zsu ..art ba paid, kB raar-. Itrd before r j'.BT S»vnis ; or IV » .aal be Landed wtrt to tlwlr Ailrrwr at U* '.« rt3%Veita Baraa. isn'y *M A \ iwnl I'ubUro. IlaUraJoae dc«urlu tuutaatm-ntp boy dia la roufiaa ; « roaocWU UioHaambr. de &gt;. . y \Vilkjs. »f # «aafc« j a toda irwiea ijce U» tl rurntas can eft • pwortiU;. Im. isnM-4.*mrnt jttientr. V Urn fan adeu^aa te dniria , it Bagar y eaatw awa roniprstukaa, -„(«. a^j UTtnino i* oc^n^; «V la eentrano, M patara \\ cacataa , la 1•&lt; x. u i : f para take*. Yerba Duraa^ » Yj*«, 22 de I*l7. 3ft i r!* 0 * &gt;OTI€Ii V-^ir 1 " 1 ci "" B U*° P«^«*. «»t t« crrj:t my wlf...
IMPORTANT NEWS! [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 February 1847
IMPORTANT NEWS! Battle between the Americans and Californians--Monterey taken by Gen. Taylor--Message of the President of the United States--United States Troops on their way to California--Issue of Letters of Margue against american Com-merce--New British Ministry, &amp;c. &amp;c. By the Schooler Currency Law, of Tahita, S. I., Capt George McLean, arrived here on the 31st ult.; we have received a file of honolula papers from the Sandwich islands. The following interesting news we find in an extra Polyne= sian of Jan. 9th. The Peruvian Bk. Guypuiseuada, arrived last evening, 18 days from San Diego, bringing important news from California and the United States. Through the politeness of Major Sword we have been put in possession of much inteligence that cannot fail to interest our readers. Major Sword left the States on the12th of August, with a detachment of men, was joined by other detachments at Santa Fe. On the 25th of September, he left Santa Fe with about 300 dr...
Stefan tan! [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 February 1847
Glorious News ! W« hart croaded o«t math other interesting matter to day, ia order to make room far the entire new* from the army ia the Sooth, and from th. town of the Angels, la* temporary seat of goveramtat for the Territory. It will be seen by tie aocouata from below, that the enemies of oaraouatry, hare am entirely subdued— that peace prevails throughout the territory— that a aril organization baa beta commenced. Thai will be hailed with joy by iniy km of his country end by every class of our dtittasTke rigours of military law wHI no longer impede the uvii operations of the cjitaus.aau 1 we treat that it will never again be necessary to pot it in fore*. Tha Circular of Governor Fremont, which waa forwarded to «a by tha Hon Thomaa O. Larkin for publieauoa, will ba read with interest. It ia abort and eweet, plain and to the point— It release* ell prieoDer* throughout tha country, doaa away with martial law and snakes the mOiury eubaervient to thaeivil aatkoriues/' We are' gratifi...
Additional Particulars from bel«w. I [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 February 1847
Additional Particulars from bel«w. I We kave been infnnaid by a gatUmaa just from the preeent capital of the Termorv. that Ooeoraor Fraemeat wkile oa kis march to the 6c«ti. bad repamai akMaiehes with coasmerm hie detachments of tke enemy, bet eonkJ not meeasd« bhftgiag them to a geaenl engegeaeat \ When within a short dmteaea of tke PnebJo de lea Aagotes, ke wts act kf a strong p*rty of Ccl ferniana, wk-&gt;, after eodeavoring to avoid an eac^gwmeatfer come time, cad finding it impoaaiatr. aaiiiendared te Got Freemoat jiritg «p the caaaon whjch they bed taken a few days be* fere from Gea- Kearney They wore permit ted te retarn ia penes to their komes. Tais event waa probably tke menaa of eetnkliekiag agamvalpeaee ia the coaatry
ArHrmla—ffew Go»crnra«>nt. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 February 1847
Arrivals—New Government. The following is an extract of a letter from a gentleman in Monterey, to a gentleman in this place, dated 1st of February. It, contains important and interesting news, and we publish it as we find it in the writer's own language. "Here we have the noble frigate Independence and Commodore Shubrick — transport Lexington with one company of regular troops, under command of Capt. Tompkins, well officered—Quarter Master, Pay Master, with all kinds of tools, carts, drags, ploughs, and in fact every thing for fort building and farming. Col. Stevens will be here with his regiment in a few days of 1000 men, in the skips Susan Drew, Loochoo, and Thom. Perkins. They have instructions to fortify Monterey, but I believe they will not do any thing, until Gen. Kearney comes from the south and examines it. My impression is, they will all go up to Yerba Buena. All the persons under arrest here, were liberated before we received news from the South. The new Government is to b...
Emaisimel FraiaWsuael tme> I Mil** Mate* [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 February 1847
Emaisimel FraiaWsuael tme&gt; I Mil** Mate* It i* aow pretty wt!l aeeertaioed that neither Eaglsnd uor. France will interfere in the war between the U&lt;nted Stales and Mexico The first hn already at the request of our government accepted the oalee of Mediator, to settle in an amicable manner the difficulties between the two oeligersnts. However the boundary any be settled in other places, we are satianed from the number of troops, now comiag into the country, that no part of California will ever be given back to Mexico, bat "ill remain oars henceforth and forerer.
A It ■*■•>■ r [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 February 1847
A It ■*■•&gt;■ r It m rumoured that after the satilimial of the di&amp;caiuet below, a m*saaderetandiag occurred kotweaaGoo Kearaey aadCoauDoaore Stockton, ia sslaaisa to the organisation of a civil governmoat Commodore Stockton kad ia September last made aB the accessary appointment* Gen Kaarawy oa kis arrival in tke country claimed the rigkt of organizing tke government himself Ws aaliratsail however, that the matter was accommodated between them, aad a«M of the previous armaments disturbed
Public decline. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 February 1847
Public Meeting It will be recollected that in a previous number of our paper, we called the attention of our citizens, to the situation of a company of unfortunate emigrants now in the California mountains. For the purpose of making their situation more fully known to the people, and of adopting measures for their relief, a public meeting was called by the honorable Washington A Bartlett, Alcalde of the Town on Wednesday evening last. The citizens generally attended, and in a very short time, the sum of eight hundred dollars was subscribed to the purchase of provisions, clothing, horses, and mules to bring the emigrants in. Committes were appointed to call on those who could not attend the meeting, and there is no doubt but that five or six hundred dollars more will be raised. This speaks well for Yerba Buena.
■mmwml [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 February 1847
School We would again ceil the attention of the citizens of Yerba Buena to the importance of establishing a public school in the town. We trust that they will take this matter in hand and display their usual liberality. At a public meeting about two weeks since a committee of five was appointed to ascertain the best means of raising a sufficient amount of money to build a school house, and to pay a teacher. We believe that nothing has yet been done by them. We belong to the committee, but we have had so much other business to attend to that we have not had time to attend to this.--We therefore plead guilty of a neglect of duty in this respect, and promise to do our part during the coming week. Back Kvassa* — W r have ealla tloott cv« ry boar of the day for tha back number* uf our paper, and we nave now order* fora large num ber, but in enoetquancr of the great demand for them to eend abroad, we are not at preeent able to furnish them to any but subscribers All thcttutore. who wi»h t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 February 1847
&gt; A (AMD. l' ELBERT P. JOM's. Arreatcy «m C«rnuui Isa Lav, H*rif Icratrd *-. m« If irmaaiaUy ia ilio Town 0/ YERDA HI ENA. will practice his fW M . riea ia all tbc C««rt* ef £*a FaAtcisro DnrticT. and , att*ad Is tat CtMrttim of P«anr*i Dtbu. REFERENCES!, Hem Ht-.iT Cur. Ktuluttf. • lies. Tufa. If. lloioi, M-mmn Bob \\'». C l'«»«-i»*. A.. :* C«re/tM, Deaaarpj. an** A .Nuoi. AVc Ytrk Ctf. A CAKI&gt;. C, E. FICKE7T. ArroaTtr at Lav, lltris? located hmmM aarsMaaatry m tko Tow. of YEttBA IIUE.VA, will practice hi* Prtftui** « all the « Vurt. ef ifaia De- ! MWawail. aad. *!»», act as Arrat for xU* CoUectioa of aQ P»a»» awiusiia* to ai* care. I * SILHS B V AUCTIOM OWE UNDERSIGNED V.,;i mM «i Pobtie AeetiM lon Waaseiiiy «xt at 10 o'clock A. M. a VaBIKTYef nEQCIIA.fDIZC reeerrtJ by the Mihtiair Cwreacy Laae frecatlte BaaeV w»ea loloaam. . DICKRON II lI AYS, Aocta. Yeraa Baeae, Feb. Ha. 1847. TOO PRINTING&gt;-CIRCULaRS, HANO-BIUJt •leu Eseeeted vita essßetck at Uas...
CIRCULAR [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 February 1847
CIRCULAR The peace of the country being restored and future tranquility vouchsifed by a treaty made and entered into by commissioners respectively appointad by tha properly authorised California officers on the one hand, and by myself as military Commandant of the United States forces in the district of California on the other, by which a civil government is to take the place of the military, in exchange of all prisoners &amp;e. &amp;e., will forth with ensue, to the end, that order and a wholesome civil police should obtain throughout the land,--a copy of which said treaty will be immediately published in the California newspaper published at Monterey. Therefore in virtue of tha aforesaid treaty as well as the functions that in me rest as civil Governor of California, I do hereby proclaim order and peace restored to the country, and require the immediate release of all prisoners -- the return of the civil officers to their appropriate duties, and as strict obedience...
I'rorlumn [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 February 1847
Proclama. El Ciudadano J. C. Fremont, Ti«*tb Coioxcl dm. tlii*crro h mi too* I'siimm, Gouajuoo*. t ComMtMu.ni Gt*ca*L »&gt; to* Ctufouus ; «tM I! r4Mi» «»iri&gt; due la pax del pais Mtindo restablicido, • la tranquilidad publics asccurado por lo luturo,1 uturo, por el convenio hecho y latineado por Io» coioiiionadus respectivamente nomiuada por los autoridades da California en &gt;v partc, y por mi niuma tomo Com and ante General de Us loetzas de los £*tadoa Unido* en California, para cual cl Gobierno civil euar de tomarel lugardalo militar— ! tod.M los pruioneroi recibtran su ltl«t:rtad de lo« do* part©*, y al tin de quo habra orden y buen gobietno. en todos paites del pa'u, el couvenio sera poblieado enmediadaaMnts en la Gaceta official, de Monterey. I'ortanto en virtud del autedicho convanio, como por mis facuhades y poderaa eomo Goberi.ador de California, proclamo qua orden y pax ritn'i rtstabliddos en el pai«, y maudo que rnmediatamcnte todos lot pmioner...