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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Tlie Happy Solemnization of Numerous Wedding Ceremonies. SOCIAL NOTES OF INTEREST. A Commemorative Yachting Excur sion—The Brown Dinner Party. Banquet by the Frisco Ten to Visiting Native Sons — Some Coast Weddings— Latest De ■ partures and Arrivals. Key. Dr. and Mrs. Mackenzie will clve an " at lionie" to friends this eveulug at tlieir residence on Frankliu siien. Tbe i-ighiei'utli anniversary ol tlie Indepen deuce ol Mexico will be celeb rated at OcUl lei ! ITS' Ball lilt* evening. a party of frienda were agreeably entertained _ nt (II i.uer teeenilj by Mrs. General lirown at the Occidental Hotel. Among tlie enests were: Miss Maud Badlam, Miss Carpenter and Miss Mac §U'ickersuam ol l'etalunia, who is tlie (Uiest ot Miss Uadlam. Tl.e bociety of True Friends will give an enter tainn-.em aud social dance at 'Washington Hall this evening. Mis. l'liillp J.£nnili gave a dinner parly at the I'alace Hotel to 4l>out Lfty friends ou Admission day. Mr. and Mrs....

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 September 1890

8 IN CUSTODY. BuDger Forces a Murderer to 1 Surrender. Subsisting for Days on Iflfl Berries and FnX Be Did Not Know That His Victim Was Dead. A Maria County Tragedy Cleared Up. ' Special Dispatches to TnE Mornivo Call. Sax Rafael, Sept. 15.— Antone Lujan, or Lujor, charged with murder for liaviug fatally stabbed Enneseto Pangalin] on the nfterncon of August 24th. was arrested to day ' under very peculiar circumstances. About 1 o'clock to-day be came to town f ami after wandering around lor somo time, nr.de inquiries if a number of people about the location of the Slit* tiff' s ofliee, saying he bad cause to go thrre. Shortly alter lie made his api earance at the Court-house and w>nt to the- second floor and sat down. Some time alter District Attorney Angellotti, whose office is on tlie second flior, incountered Lujan loaning on the trade. lie accosted bim as to hi* busi ness, ami the reply was that he wantedto see alii ll a cutting scrape. When asked his Dame he Bald Ant n: Lujan...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 September 1890

KNOWN QUANTITIES WHICH PKOYE THAT THE CALL IS THE GRFVT REAL KSTATE MEDIUM! REAL ESTATE ADS ■ IN SUNDAYS CALL . 40 1 I N SUNDAY'S CHRONICLE E" 3 IN M'MUY'S KXAMINKR SOY VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 109. A MASS OF RUINS. Disastrous Fire in the Pal ace of the Atabra. Incendiarism Attributed as the Cause of the Conflagration. > Eight Persons Slightly Injured— Germany's AUituds Regarding the Slave TraEc De&ned, Erecial Dispatches to The Morxin-o Call Madrid, Sept. IG.— A fire broke out at 10 o'clock last night in the Palaco of the Al liambra in Granada. It originated in Al berca court-yard and soon spread to the gal leries. Great dainnge has been done. Later advices from Granada are to the effect that the fire in the Alhambra I'alace was extinguished at an early hour this morning. The magnificent Sala de los Banos and the right wing ol the Arrayues Court were destroyed. The reruaindar of the palace was not damaged. Eight persons ■were slightly injured. Incendiarism is sup posed to be the ca...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 September 1890

2 MARKHAM'S CANVASS. Enthusiastic Reception in South S;in Francisco. John B. Beddick's First App9sranc9 Hero. Eorrcw's Successor Not Yet Decided Upon. A Bepnbl cm Conference. Harmony Hall, at the corner of Mission and Erie strtets, was jammed last ni^ht with an enthusUstie crowd to welcome Col nnel Markhiim and John B. Keddick. Every seat was oc npied and every fout of stand ing room was pre-emp'.ed by those anxious tv see -at d hear tho next Governor of Cali fornia. iie crowd was fully as enthusia>tic r- any that has thus far attended the Re publican meetings, and tho sentiments of the various speakers was cheered to the echo. At 8 o'clock promptly Colonel Markham, John B. R-deJlek and^Hon. 11. V. Moore house alighted from a carriage and were escorted into the hall. They were instautly recognized, and cheer after cheer went up for tin 1 tall Pasadeaau and "houest John of Calaveras." A niomeat later some one pro pose ! three cheers for the entire ticket, which were given with a w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 September 1890

► A GEXTI.EJIAX SEMABK I.\ OUR STORE YESTEKDAY THAT WE I I KEPT PEOPLE WAITING PURPOSELY! ! "I it i lr i l aillH ea him became lie had to wait, his'' turn it ain't oiir fault. *. -. | lie had eyes and cob id plainly see that we had more people to wait upon a j | than we i had salesmen. We Knew that we would be crowded, hut never £ i dreamed or such a crowd of people that % ITHRONGEOOURSTOREYESTEROAY I l iielUiiuCy UlJii d s Usll i to I ttiuni * ■"'■'■ ''■■' [j g We feel flattered for lie Renernus response to our "al" in Kon. S 'A daj CALL. Of course it's a losing irame for us, as tie are liardij il | setting the cost of the raw material out or (his sale or 6 !' 3 \ g Isa! i! sliows tli.it Ih:> pp"i)!i> of San Francisco are with n<, aud they hare t j responded nobly to our cry for aid in this, our critical moment, wlicu | •:■; § Coin leans Our Salvation and Existence. | - I TI!IS SALE WILL RE COSTISUED UNTIL 1 I . WHES IT E.MIS, % ej So tfaat do obb can grow. We have enliste...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL l'ss a larger rlrrulntlnn tlian out othet neneiiaper ,>nl>lisli«'<l In San Francisco. ~~ .•:°. rrni.ic.vTioN OFFICE: 625 Montgomery street, near Clny. open nntil 11 o'clock r. m. BBAHCH OFFICES: 710 Market ilrtet near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; ESP Hayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock: 803 l_a:kiii street, open tmt 9:30 Clock, and 2513 S. Ifcsioii ureet, open until 9 o'clock p. M. nSCKITTION lIATKS: jiAII.Y CALL (Including Sundays), $ts per year by xi ail. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. I>AILV CALL, live Copies Ihree months. $8 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages). *1 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid W LEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. *i.KKI.\ CALL (oißht paces). $1 25 per year, post laid. Clubs ten (sent to one addrtss), $lU. 6FECIAL NOTICE FOU IBK StMniKU MONTHS. > Fnnscrlbers who Intend goint; to the country dur -1 Ji-p tlie sn punier months can li.ivt TIIK DAILY CALL li::iih to the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 September 1890

BISINKSS CHAXCES. «£CAnA HOTEL FOR SALE; ONE OF THE tT^OV'V'U. most slrable corner locations in the city: containing 52 bed-rooms, dining-room and kltrben: bar Is handsomely fitted up with best class of liquors, cigars, etc.; receipts of bar $20 per day '•this is a first-class in»chanios' house, and newly fur- iilshed; satisfactory reasons given for selling, ap- l.ly w. V. HEALY. loot Market St.. opp. Fifth. It* SALOON FOR SALE— VICINITY OF BALDWIN _ Hotel: for 2 active, enterprising men this place -_ji» sure fortune; no reasonable offer refused. Apply \r. X HI-:aI.Y. Him Market st. i t » -;S"i(l «>RNKR OKOCEKY AND BAB; VTCIN- OOiJU. ityof Mail Dock; Uoiuii large bar trade- -1 living rooms; full value. lIKAI.V. 1004 Markt-l.il* I,'RCIT AND PRODUCE STOKE; Al CORNER; J. Western Addition; 2 horses, wagon, etc. -. bnsl- ness ot $30 per day; come prepared, as first rash niter takes It. lil-.AI.Y, 10(14 Market St. lt* «2*->r,A BBAKCB BAKERY, CANDY AND VA- tiTKJtjyj. riety store: Mnl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 September 1890

6 "I't^^TOJJiT^^^ O'O«) r;n fine house of 8 KOOMS AND CO-.00. bath: 200 a <iolden Gate aye. bet. Bakeram! I yon; sunny side: new. Apply OH. UMBSEN a C»>.. 14 Montgomery St. Bel] M* i•> c l- ,-j:m-a 1 I FOKNI A ST.. N EAR S I EIN : $00. ro. ins, bath, laundry, e:c w . M i KIM • C 0.,305 Montgomery St. sel7 3t eSaSil^_ I A-ROOMIHOUSK IN EXCELLENT REPAIR; J rent iow ti> a good tenant. 915 Eddy st. sl7 St* HOUSE OKI 4,1 Bi oms. WATEB INCLUDED: II nu'c:iildren:sU. 520 Turk St. __ael7_Bt_ TTTTT'i 1 '1- TO LEASE FOR 5 Vi:.\KS; FUKNI- i)U ture for sale: one of the best lorated and sun- -1 rat hi nses in the city, contaluHt about 60 rooms, including dlnltii-rooin, kitchen, laundry, bar-room, with blllmrd table and card-room; ail completely furnished and always full of guests: nodaric rooms; tenant must be prepared to buy furniture: present nr 1 (10 years) retiring on aecou.it of hea th. An- ply to I-. c. MOLLOY, 188 Montgomery St. se!7 7r LEGANT Ni-.v, 8-BO M 2-SIOKY HOUSB, c.mpl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 September 1890

EV ENT S IS THE SOCIAL WORLD. Marriage of Miss Edith Beam and Mr. John Allen Park Last Night. AN INTERESTING CEREMONY. The Pleasanton Hop— Celebration of the Mexican Independence Day. Party on Thirteenth Street. The Macdonald-Davis Wedding. Behrens Party in Oakland — True \ Friends Meet— Notes. i The Western Addition Club entertainment and dance will take place at Odd 1 eliows' Hall this evening. Api asant musical entertainment was given last evening at tbe Hrst United I'iesbyterian Cliurch, on Mason street, near Eddy, under tbe ~*~" direction of Trofessor Arthur C. Baker. A farewell party was given at the residence of - Mr. and Mrs. E. W. F. Sperry, near Atlanta, on Friday evening, the stb inst. A yery p!ea«ant - evenini: was spent aud d.iuetug was kept up till a late hour. , • " The entertainment and dance announced for last evening at Mission Music Hall was post poned until the iltn prox. Colonel s.aa Mrs. F. W. Sumuer enteitalned a number of frleuds very pleasautly last Friday e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 September 1890

8 FATAL SHOOTING. Bloody Termination of a Family Quarrel. One Person Killed and Two Others Prolnbly Fatally Wounded. 1 Prominent Fruit-Grower's Right Band lorn Off by the Explosion of a Dynamite Cartridge. Bp«I»l Dispatches to The Mornino Call. Sacramento, Sept. 16.— The Bee says: A bloody tragedy was enacted on the Brigh ton road, "about a mile beyond Perkins Sta tion, shortly after 5 o'clock yesterday after- Doon, resultins In the death of Antone Menke Jr. and the serious wounding of John J. Glacken and William Fisher. Young Menke is the son and Glacken the son-in-law of A. Menke, perhaps the most extensive hop-grower in the world. Fisher is a laborer and has been in the employ of Glaoken. The senior Menke, his son and Glacken have residences not over a quarter of a mile apart. Glacken lias, it appears, been renting hop land from his fatuer-in-law. The terms agreed to between them are not known, but it is stated that last year Glacken paid to Mr. Meuke one -third cf the money rece...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 September 1890

»__\ -■_*-*----'---*-■«■_» ..♦.».-*-»__« .*^*.t. __.•_»'.'... ..*-. -.-,•.-.• J___ ISI KNOWN QUANTITIES II $ WHICH TROVE THAT THE CALL IS THE GREAT & ,*. ) REAL ESTATE MEDIUM! X \ _=-__2__.l_ ESTATE ___X)S: <*" v! IN SUNDAYS CALL .i«-_1 __{ I-,' IN SUNDAY'S CHRONICLE....... .". SSS 5, .'_. IN SUNDAY'S EXAMINER ........SO"7 IcS Hi] >>^^<->>>>>>:-i^o__________::->>>>: 10 VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 110. AN AWFUL REVENGE. A Menagerie Tamed Loose at Kimberly, South Africa. The Streets Taken Possession Of hy Scores of Wild Animals. A Number of Persons Torn to Pieces by the Ravenous Beasts— A Scoundrel's Terrible Work. __£__-) Dispatches to Tni MORNixn Call, London, Sept. 17.— Advices from Kim berly, South Africa, tell of an awful oc currence there at midnight on June Ist last. Some person, evidently bearing ill-feeling ■ toward the proprietor of Tillis' menagerie, opened the doors of the cages confining the wild animals and set them all Iree. The most ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 September 1890

2 AT THE POTRERO. Markham and Re-dick Given a Bousing Reception. The Next Governor Eef.rs to His Early Life en a Farm— _ Gathering of Rep resentative Cit Z-ns. The Republican mass-meeting held at the rotrero Opera House last night was a splendid success in more ways than one. The auditorium was crowded with the best citizens of that section of the city, and a more enthusiastic audience ii would he difficult to lied. It was as Intelligent a body of men as could be fi und at a s unl.ir met ting, and the reception which they tendered the candi dates and =1 e.i-er. was in the nature of au ovation. There were a large number of ladies also in attendance, and they, too, evinced the greatest enthusiasm in the proceedings of tbe evening, It was evident that they had kept apace with the campaign, and every reference to a popular favorite was warmly applauded by them. Promptly at 8 o'clock R. Spreckels. the President of the meeting, called the audi ence to order and F. U. Carroll, who acted a-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 September 1890

MILITARY MATTERS. Married Men Not Wanted in Langdon's Regiment. i Kaming of the Division Team-Changes of Stations and Transfers— A Court-Martial Eetuked - Pockets in Blouses. It appears that ono of tho Brooklyn (S. -.) papers lias been attempting to stare up a sensation in that, as claimed, Colonel Loomis 1.. Langdon, commandiiiE the First Artillery at Fort Hamilton, had instructed the men whom ho sent out on recruiting duty to enlist no Irishmen, but Germans and Americaus instead. Colonel Langdon, it will be remembered, was recently the com mandant at th , Presidio and until the ex change between his regiment, to which he was newly assigned, and the Fifth Artillery, now stationed on this const. When asked about these rumors, which it appears bad some circulation at Fort Ham ilton, Bath Beach and Bay Ridge, the Colonel replied' "They are false; I never gave orders not to have Irishmen en listed. On the contrary, I am enlisting tliem almost daily. Had 1 given any such orders 1 would ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Ttas a Ini-E-r circulation than any other newspaper pobllnbed In San Francisco. riIVITu'ATION OFFICK:' .25 SiciitßoniciT street, rear Clay, open until 11 «T]-.k p. M. ÜBA_.CH -STICKS: 710 Market ft near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; ;;r '| . „ - . street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 jl.-'trn street, open until 11:30 Clock, and 2518 ttiissieL street, open until 9 o'clock _■. m. «=ri*,si:i:irTiON- BATES? TAIIY TALL (Including Sundays), $6 per year by nail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per .similar month tarong- carriers. i'AiLY <_ all. five „ j ies -bree months. 96 25. SUNDAY call (twelve rages). *1 50 per year, postpaid. .SUNDAY CALL aid WtKKLY CALL J2 50 per year, postpaid. V, Kl.) CALL (eight pages), *1 25 per year, posl laid, Ciubs of ten (sent to one address), <_ 10. SrCCML NOTICE l'Olt THE SUAIMEK MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend ff-lngt- tlte con-dry dnr b p tile summer months can have THK DAILY CALL Bndled to them Tor ii week or lo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 September 1890

BITSIXKSS CHANCES. DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS OR do you want a partner In any established and lair-paying business, no matter what line? I have over 100 parlies waiting to Invest, either as a half or a whole, in store business, hotels, restaurants livery stables, manufacturing, milk or paper routes' litjtior business, < -ar-stores, wood and coal yards' hay and feed business. butcher-shops, coffee-saloons. teaming or express business, commission business, or any other respectable line; mv parties hr.vo the money : . ..in. and see me at once: established 22 -yvars; all business strictly private. K. KENNY, 32 Kearny st j t Q-?(l(lO MILK-RANCH AND ROUTE FOR '. — "U. sale; 20 first-class cows: has the very best paying class of private trade; will give you a trial berore buying; Is clearing 8200 per mouth over expeuses: horses, wagons and cans, etc., are included In above. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Keatuy.lt afeOOft 81-TCHER-SHOP SALE: A VERY V tix'xr. fine location at tin, .Mission: b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 September 1890

6 HOUSES TO LET. OAA GOUGH-SUSSYTESEJIENTOFS ROOMS; SV to good tenant cheap. sel»_l__ _.!).) rfl FINE HOUSE OF 8 ROO.MS AND Sfc OS.OV. bath: 2002 Golden Gate aye.. bet. Baker and i yon; sunny side: new. Apply O. 11. UMBSEN A CO„ 14 Montgomery st. se!7 st* -I /1-ROOM HOUSE IN EXCELLENT REPAIR: .10 rent low to » -'"."I tenant 915 Eddy at. s!7 _____ lloi-i' '"' 4 ROO-tS. WATEit INCLUDED; Jjno children: $14. 520 Turk St. ael7 3t 7..1 ROOMS TO LEASE lOK 5 YEARS; I'Tl'Nl- V)K) ture for sale: one of the best located and sun- niest houses ill the city, containing about 00 rooms, including dining-room, kitciien, laundry, bar-room, with billiard table and card-room; all completely furnished and always full of cuests; no dark rooms; tenant must be prepared to buy furniture: present tenant ( 10 years) retiring on account of boa.tb. Ap- ply to P. C. MOLL. 138 Montgomery at. sc!7 7t - Elegant new i lii.'Sl 2-story house, J complete In all appointments: fancy mantels andflxtures: 1533 Geary St.: r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Monthly Entertainment of the Western Addition Club. KIE-_ytQX WEDDING AS_.ITEI-S4I.Y_ s \ \ — — — — — —— \ The Locomo-.tive Firemen's Farewell Hop St. Andrew's Society En tertainment Yon Monday— An In teresting Weeding in Santa Cruz — Entertainments Across the Bay— Persona! Notea. / / £' The Assembly " in hold Its anniversary parly ibis evenine at Union-square Hall. A very enjoyable card party was given one evening this wee' at the residence of Mr. and Mis. 11 11 am lubbs of East Oakland. About twelve couples were present. _._ ____rl*-__Tb-te or Mr. James Coyle to Miss Em ma M. Hoi by the Bey. Father Kyan, took place at Sacied Heart Churcn yesterday morning at 11 o'clock. The couple were surrounded by heir relative, and Intimate Ii lends. Alter the sen ice ibe guests accompanied the happy pair to the residence ol the bride, which was hand somely decorated, and having received the ecn ciaiulallons of their many friends Mr. and Mrs. Coyle left on the 3:...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 September 1890

8 A GOOD DAY'S SPORT Yesterday's Events at the Sac ramento Track. Winners ol the Prizes in the amateur Athletic Games. Exciting Running Contests— A Change in Starters After the Second Event. To-Day's Races and Pools. Ep-cl_l Dispatches to Thk Morning Call. Sacramento, Sept. 17— The amateur athletic grimes given under the auspices of the Pacific Coast Amateur Athletic Associa tion drew a large attendance to the race track at an early hour this morning. It was intended to commence the games promptly at 9 o'clock, but when the managing officers arrived there they found the track very heavy from the constant sprinkling it had been given since early in the morning to get it in readiness for the running races in the afternoon. A misunderstanding of the en gineer in chargo of the water-carts caused the mishap, and a couple of hours were spent in preparing that section In front of the grand-stand where the sprint events were run over. Finally, at 11 o'clock, every thing was in readiness. OF...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 September 1890

©"^ l""***"*" I* '" '" *'**'l*'P'"*>'_l»-_l^l !__.__ I. I . «-" ___. __• ________■____ I KNOWN QUANTITIES g Y_\ WHICH PBOYE THAT THE CALL IS THE GHEAT X j H HEAL ESTATE MEDIUM ! X ! KNOWN QUANTITIES _> WHICH PROVE THAT THE CALL IS THE GREAT X REAL ESTATE MEDIUM ! X _R.E-A._l_j ESTATE _A.*DS • QIN SUNDAY'S CALL : 7.77!..7~ 40 1 «_' 8 IN SUNDAY'S CHRONICLE .'"ass '-' M IN SUNDAY'S EXAMINER ao7 - X, f__] VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 111. THROWN INTO JAIL. r_ .-■«■;. ,' Arrest of John Dillon and Will iam O'Brien. Great Surprise Manifested at the Action ol the Authorities. Warrants Ont for Otber Irish Leaders—Na . tionalists Under Close Police Surveil lance— It Means. Special Dispatches to The Moasixa Cali. Dublin, Sept. 18.— John Dillon was ar rested this morning at his residence near this city, and conveyed on a special train to Tipperary, accompanied by a largo military escort. William O'Brien was arrested at the hotel at GleDgariff and taken to Cork. Warrants have been issued for the arre...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 September 1890

2 BOARD OF HEALTH. Yokohama Officially Declared to Be an Infected Tort. IJo Money for a Market Inspect-**— Buildings Ordered Condemned-Cow Hollow Cleaned Oat. The question of cholera was the leading subject before the Board of Health at its monthly meeting last night. Dr. le Tourneux called the attention of the board to the fact that Information had bee.ii received that large numbers of people pre dying in Japan of tbe disease, which is also prevalent at Yokohama. As vessels are constantly arriving in San Francisco from that port, it is n_ce*-_ary that some steps be taken to prevent the infection from obtain ing a foothold here. Secretary Uoesch read the following card, dated September 2d, from the health otlicers of Kan asa wa, ECenaho, Yokohama, directed to Health Officer Keeney. '1 i,e won: are the cholera returns for the city of Yokohama, trom the 2-ln of August to the Ist "I Sc-pltrub-r, 1890, luclusl.e: irises 02; deaths 51; total fiom the outbreak— cases 385, litis 273. Quara...

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