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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Enteilainnient Given by the Mem bers of tlie Califor nia Guild. A PICNIC ACROSS THE BAY. Wedding of Mr. Charles Parker of Benicia and Miss May Bland of San Jose — A Fishing Party in Lake County — The Foresters' Banquet— An Oakland Clergy man. Housewarming— Etc. ' A pleasaut entertainment and social hop was Kiven lost evening in Mystic Hull, Uc ion-square Building, by the members of California Guild, No. 1, Fraternal Uuild. Tub atlair, which was in honor or retiring Guild Muter Walter S. l'i iiui, was largely attended, many extra chairs being required at an early stage In the evening. The. following programme of special attraction had been prepared la view of the occasion: Vo cal solo and banjo specialties. Miss Duffy; reci tation, Miss Emily Fieischmau; "Syunove's Song" (Halldau Kjeiull). Miss Mary Louise lair; vocal solo, ••Flowers," Miss Auule i ielacbman; recitation. miss Elsie Duncan; vo cal solo, Miss Duffy; London flute and harmou lca duet, Menu. Mo...

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. — 10 June 1890

8 FATAL ACCIDENT. A Child Rilled by Falling From a Wagon, northern California Racing Circuit Organ ized and Lane Purses Offered. i Train on tbe Placerville Road Wrecked. The Engineer and Fireman Se verely Scalded. •pedal Dlspitcbes to The Mobnins Call. Grass Valley, June 9.— Yesterday e>en lng a party of four Swedes belonging in Sacramento drove from Wheatland to the Downey House, sixteen miles west from here, in a two-horse wagon. When near the Downey House the back seat of the wagon gave way and two women and two infants Jell out. One infant was killed and both women and the other infant were badly hurt. The men on the front seat were not hurt. The parties are named Anderson and were going to visit a family of the same name. VICTOKIA. The Ace. dent to tbe Steamer Coimopo'.is. Strike Among Fishermen. Victoria (B. C), June 9.— The steamer Barbara Boscowitz, from northern ports, brings the following news: The steamer Cosinopolis, which was re ported in trouble not long ago, came I...

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. — 11 June 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 11. SCOTT IS JUBILANT. Bids for the Construction of New War-Ships. Tie Union Iron Worts Likely to Secure the Two Cruisers. One of Them Is the Largest Vessel Ever Designed for the Dotted States Navy. Special Dispatches to The Morning Call. Washington, June 10: — Irving M. Scott, head of the Union Iron Works at San Fran cisco, says: "We are finishing up the San Francisco and will have her ready for the trial trip in July. Her contract calls for nineteen kuots and we are goinsj to break the record. She is a maguiticent vessel, superior even to the Charleston, which made nineteen and a half knots for a short dis tance, and at no time during the trial fell* below eighteen ku >tB. "The Charleston is now at Hawaii, having steamed there easily in eight days — a very food showing. We changed the slides, thrust bearing and pumps, with the result that she could run for six hours Instead of four with out any distress and accomplish better re sults with 152 hone-puwer less. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 June 1890

2 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Wedding of Mr. Edward B. Carson and Miss Minnie Daly. QUIET MARRIAGE AT BENICIA. Nuptials of Lieutenant C. M. Perkins of the Marine Corps and Miss Ora M. Whitley— Hilarita Club Outing— Excursion on the Bay. A San Franciscan Married in the Garden City — Personals. An auspicious wedding took place latt even ■ Ing at Use residence of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Daly, 1027 Valencia street. The contracting I allies were their daughter, Miss Minule Daly, and Mr. Edwin H. Carson, a stepson of cx -Judge V. A. Horn blower, and now engaged with the Southern Pacific Kailroad Company. The ceiemony took place about 8:30 o'clock, only Hie Immediate relatives and a very few n lends being present, The bride and groom ti«>K up their I'ONitl.m beneath a pretty canopy of colored tulle, caught up by a snowy dove hover- Ing above the buy window oornlce, an elective . back-Kreuud being formed of a tapestry ot ferns aud Bowers. The bride, a handsome brunette, was attended by ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 June 1890

_^ MISCELLANEOUS. ™_^_ MERCHANDISE When the bells toll eight Thursday morning it'll be flic slsnal for the beginning of one of the must terrific ami greatest I lighter sales ever in. stituted under the shining sun. Don't ask us why ? We have our reasons. Everything goes. Nothing spared, not even our finest. The knife has been "driven way deep to the hilt in prices. Losses welcomed with smiles. It's your turn now, ours '11 come again. • $8.00, $10.00 and $12.00 TWEED SUITS will lie sold onQyl K|"| Thursday for \jsr±»<JvJ' 200 pairs of NOIiHY STRIPED TWEED PANTS 'II go to. fi»-| f\fk morrow for. ........ «^iiV VF ill of our FINE $15.00, $17.00 and $20.00 SPRING <5»-g /\ f%(\ SUITS will be sold on Thursday morning for - - - »^A"evFvF FINE $7.00, $8.00 and $9.00 TROUSERS '11 be sold on fl»/f Qf% Thursday for • • fM^BKJBdgLjHLJg^- * *^tfc«Ovl I YOU'LL RECEIVE ON THURSDAY TWO DOLLAR* 1 WORTH OF OUR GOODS FOR ONE DOLLAR OF YOUR COIN. THURSDAY MORN'NC, YOU'LL HE CITES YOUR CHOICE OF A...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL 1 ffas a larger circulation than any other . newspaper published in Sin Franvisco. CATION OFFICE: . -'. 525 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock p. M. IiKAKCH OFFICES: 710 Market '. *Ireet, near Kearny.open until 12 o'clock midnight; "iS9 Hayes street, open until l:30 o'clock: 603 .. Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'lock, anil 2518 aiisslon street, opan mini (I o'clock r. x. MISSCIUI'TION KATES: TAUT CALL (Including Sundays), $B per year by Kail, postpaid: IS cents Per week. or tSS cents per ■ Calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL,five copies ihree months. ¥6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL '■ -■ ■lid WKKKLI CALL «2 5U per year, postpaid. ■ V* 1.1 M.V CALL (eight pages). !fl 25 per year, post ;■-.'■ laid. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10 -'•SPECIAL. NOnCI FOB lUX SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country dur ing the summer months can have CHS DAILY CALL mailed to them fora week or l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 June 1890

nr stress rHATs'CF.S. VOTICE-1 HAVE SEVERAL BUYERS WILL- — > ing to invest m legitimate business. Parties de- ■jirlog to sell apply to VI. V. HEALV. 1004 Market.;! C-J^fl SALOON FOR BALE, NEAR KEAKNY «"Oi)U.st ■ selling at great bargain; rent only • . »;>O. Apply W.F.UKALV.IUO4 Market st. ll* - OfTtA BROCKET AM) BAR, WITH 3M NN C • *'V/. rooms; good business corner; rent only $25 ■ nth. W. >-. HEA.LV, 1004 Market St. It* <i lAft PARTNER WANTED TO-I>AY WITH «Jl*iUv/. first-class business man in new and -■• id-hand furniture-store, clearing **v to caen per Month; business can be Increased with good man. Apply W. y. HKAI.Y. 1004 Market St. It* t>*JfiA. FRUIT-STORE FOB SALE; BEST U*- f .HMP, cation In the city; really cheap at *SUO. . ' ' Apply W. F. UKALY. 1004 Market St. '_ TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY for cash tro to I. D. BARNARD. 1148 Market st, bet. Mason and Taylor; established 1553. It* "■-) /) HO3IE RKSTACRANT; CHOICE LOCA- i^<^O\J. t lnn north of Mar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 June 1890

6 PERSONALS. U^ TO MOUNT WHITNEY— A SCIENTIFIC AND pleasure trip for the summer vacation; eminent scientists to go. For circular address PKOF. F 11. WALES, Prin. San Joaquln Valley Polytechnic In- stitute, Tulare City, CaL jelllm JANE E. BRADY. IF IN CITY, LET ME KNOW. J as yon will hear something to your advantage. TOM. I' lo 7t THOMAS HARE OF ENGLAND, WORKING AT 1 tannery, San Bruno road; letter at Call Office, Box 54. 3 e107t EUROPEAN GOVERNMENT PREMIUM BONDS. Ed On payment of «5 a month we sell 4 government premium bonds, bearing 2Vi per cent Interest and having 15 premium drawings annually, with capital prizes up to $60,000 : the value of these bonds are guaranteed by the respective governments; the first payment entitled ti> next drawing) write for circu- lar. M. SALOMON « CO.. 727 Market st.mr.iWSa tf ADVICE FREE— DIVORCES, QUICKEST TIME, no publicity; damages: collections; wills, etc. T. ENGLEY. Attorneys' Ass'n. 11 Kearny st. je9 6m II'ANTED— TO BUY IMMEDIATELY MEN'S '» ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 June 1890

r WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY FREE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ! f * *k^^ mS &4 VO IS?W^^^fl9 Warn - ' vf^F • J^m Ktm IS PV * w3 Wfl ML. J. FZ-i-A-"VIISr <&, CO. 1613 I=»^LCS-ESS. 1300 HjLUSTRATIOIVS. SEGO3XTD EjDITIOIXT RE3OEIVBD. Again on Friday and Saturday, June 13th and 14th, we will present to every purchaser of a SUIT OF MEN'S CLOTHES a handsome bound WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY FREE. Our last announcement, two weeks ago, took our entire stock on hand, namely, one hundred. We have but to-day, June 10th, received our second supply. REMEMBER, every purchaser of a suit of Men's Clothing— with the exception of our Eight Dollar and Ninety Cent Suits— be presented one of those HANDSOME UNABRIDGED WEBSTER'S DICTIONARIES, CONTAINING 1615 PAGES AND 1500 ILLUSTRATIONS. If you want one of those handsome bound DICTIONARIES FREE FRIDAY and SATURDAY next will be your last chance, as we will discontinue giving same free after the above dates. PLEASE NOTICE that we will guarantee ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 June 1890

8 MANY CHARGES. Conrt-Martial of Captain Milti more at Tucson. Bis Alleged Methods of Defrauding the Government Otter Army Officers Implicated In the Questionable Transactions — A Clerk's Testimony. Special Dlsj>atinc3 to The MOBirara Call. Tccsojr, Juno 10.— The military court ordered to try Cautaio Alouzo E. Mllllmore, Assistant Quartermaster, U.S.A.; Major Amos S. Klin ball. Quartermaster, U. S. a., and Chief Quarter master. Depaitment of Arizona; Major Joseph W. Whan. Paymaster, 0. S. A., and Albert S. Tower. Paymaster, O. S. A., convened this morn ing. The court is composed ot Colonel Henry M. Black, Tweuty-tlilrd Infantry, President; Colonel Thomas M. Audeisnn. Fnuiteentli lu lantry; Lieutenant-Colonel Edward P. Plerson, Tweniy-touith Infantry; i.ieiitenatit-Colonel An son Mills, lifh Cavalry; Major .Saisiuel M. ■Young. TblidCavalry; Major J. M. llacou. Sev enth Ca\ all y; Major Charles A. Wykoff. Four lecnth Infantry; Major S. T. Arnold. Tenth Cav alry; Captain George Buss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 June 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 12. KALNOKY INDORSED. Austrian Approve His Refer ences to William, A Plea for the Universal Recognition ol Prince Ferdinand. Trial of the Countess Ton Luetzont at Berlin for Allowing Disgraceful Orgies in Her House. Special Dispatches to The Mossing Call. Fk^th, Jnne 11.— During the sitting of the Foreign Committee of the Hungarian Delegation to-day Herr Falk declared that the delegates! joyfully indorsed the respect ful references to the Emperor of German; by Count Kalnoky, Minister of Foreign Affairs, for the whole monarchy, in his re cent speech to the delegation. Falk spoke in high terms of the position occupied by Italy in the triple alHauce, which differed from that of the other powers. He also asked whether Count Kalnoky would en deavor to secure recognition by the various powers of Prince Ferdinand as the lawful ruler of Bulgaria. Count Kalaoky said the recognition of Prince Ferdinand, although of gre»l was yet of secondary im portance. Austria, lie said, s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 June 1890

2 THE MIMIC WORLD. midweek Notes of Bnsiness at tho Different Theaters. "The Lady of lycm" To-Hight— " Hamlet " Again-6i d the " GoDdoliers"-Blatcli ford K-.Tanach-G!neral Mtntion. Mr. Wilson Barrett's ordinal "Silver King brought a great number of people to the Baldwin on Tuesday and lust evening. It Is, without doubt, among the most compact and best playing melodramas we have on the stage at present, but while the |. resent cast is deceiving of commenda tion, particularly Mr. Barrett himself as Wilfred Deliver, we have seen the piece handled In belter shape, and this was when Mr. Osmond Teaile played \v Hired; Miss Kose Coghlan. Nellie, his wile; John Jennings, Dan'l Jalkes; Gerald Eyre, '■ the Spider," and Dan Lucson, old Eliah Coombe. The play was better In its stage-set ting, too, and richer Id Us mounting at the old California. Of course comparison is not con sistent with the cauous of criticism. in speaking of a tbeattlcal performance, but tv this case, as iv tho case of many...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 June 1890

• MISCELLANEOUS. ;^ _„.„.,..,_ v^- , v^_. vm -^~-~~-~ -^ ■ 202, 204, 206 REARNY STREET, OOIFLTNTESIFS. OF* SUTTBR, HAVE EARNED FOR THEMSELVES THE TITLE OF World - Beating Bargain Givers! To substantiate this claim to the satisfaction of the most skeptical and to deprive the most hypercritical and exacting bargain-hunter of the luxury of a complain', we have determined to ma'<e the ensuing TEN DAYS memorable in the minds of Cali 'ornians by a BARGAIN OFFERING of such stupendous and generous proportions that the records of the past will pale beside it, and competition routed and put to flight will forever hide its head in the humiliation and shame of dark oblivion. Tie Bitdury ol Our Bright If Style Stricily Teilor-Maue Sis ana Overcoats , Begins This Morning at 9 o'clock. So come and help yourselves to the choice of fully 2000 REGULAR $18, $16 50 and $15 ALL-WOOL SUITS and OVER- COATS for the GIFT PRICE of gffjf ■Ka Htm UM j BawSftafl e& flft IP bb u^ngg/^BH Fine T£iJor-Mafl3 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL *"' Ha* a larger cfmniation thnn any other enK|>at'i'i' pul>llsliorl in Snn Vrancisco. -. . :'/ -/i' ri'BI.K'ATION OFFICE ! 6-5 KiODtgomery stred. ne»r Clay, open imtil 11 0 clock r. m. BKAKCH OFFICES: ,710 Market . urrrt, urar Keamy.open uutil 12 o'clock mKliiii;iit; ' ' . ::• Hayes .-trett, open imtil 8:: tO o'elock: 603 lurkln istreet, open until 9:30 o'loct. and 2518 Illusion ttreet. opan ontil 9 o'clork P. M. BUBSCKITTIOS RATES: " . . rATI.Y CAI.L (tncluiUn« Sun<lay.->, *8 per year Dy - • n »ll.postpald; IB cents per >viek. or «S cents per calendar luonth through carriers. DAILY CALL. live = . ccpie»!hreen.onih9.*6 23. SU.NDAY CALL<t\velve " • • (•CCS), »1 50 per year, i'osl|*id. SUN DAT C.M.L .■ m: (i WKEKLV CALL J 2 5U per year, postpald. •- wttKl.Y CALL (elklit page«), *1 28 per year, post l»iU. Clubs or ten (sent to flir artilrtss), $10. ■' SrECIAL NOTICIi l'Oil THK SUMMER MOXTHS. Piibscribers who intenil golng t« the country dpr lug Uen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 June 1890

"^ BT'STTiKSS CHANCES. v.--. 11 BCICHEBB, ATTENTION— A FINE C"''*' I . shop for sale in Oakland; established for - years: clearing $125 per mouth over all expenses: good horse and wagon; rent of shop and stable only $5 per month; best reasons for selling: full proof M business given. Apply K. KENNY, 2¥ Kearny St. It Cl iii . GROCERY-STORE FOR » A L E— A tlTi. I\Mr. handsomely fitted up store on a most prominent corner within 2 blocks or the Baldwin Hotel; lias a nice bar, good stock or groceries, wines and liquors* any active man can build up a tine trade here as the location Is extra good. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny St. It 1J8.A68 FOUNDRY FOB BALE IN ONE OF OUK I' largest towns, a short distance from San Fran- cisco: full value for Hie money; good profitable business; best of reasons for selling. Apply k. kkn -V. •-'-.' Kearuy st. v ■ _"CP.n SALOON AT AN EXTRA BARGAIN; C 1 •>'-'. handsome comer iii the most respectable ' portion of tb« Mlssli.ll; on the best business street; . do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 June 1890

6 PERSONAI.S. A" LL SUNHURNS REMOVED AT ONCE BY using Victoria Ice. MME. ELISE. 404 Post.l 2 7 MRS. C. L. IHOMAS (COLORED). ELECTRIC lv I massage specialist; patients treated at their Bonie»'lsill.eavenworih: teleplione ■_"-'; is. jel2 Bin tTTrs. TEETER, having returned from ii the East, Is at 844 Mission st. je!2 7t» DRESSMAKER DESIRES WORK SOME HOURS dally In return for board and room. Mlis. C... Box 111. Pali. Branrh om.-e. Jel2 3t« JOHN M. BUCHANAN PLEASE COME OR write to J. A. THORNTON, 1415 Tweiity-sevenin St., anil hear something to your Interest. je!2 3t» /SualTt"y~uoaranteed ok money re- V/ funded: best Golden-drip syrup, $1 25 per keg, can yon bay It for less* 3 rolls best Point Reyes' fiesh butter, $1, less by the box, now Is the time to pack for winter use; £ rolls ilne-t I'etaiuma butter. 65c; fine table butter, 25c a roll; just think, 1 - It. can baking-powder and a fine express-wagon thrown in lor oOe, powder guaranteed; best quality fine patent ruler flour, $4 per ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Parly Given to Hie Inmates of the Lick Old Ladies' Home. THE DANIELS LUNCH PARTY. Entertainment Last Night by the Members of California Castle, Knights of the Golden Eagle. The Irving Lyceum Social—Do ings at Camp* Perciva! — Party on Gilbert Street. - ' The sixth anniversary party of California Cas tle, No. 1, Knights of the Golden Eagle, took ulaoe last evening at Union-square II til. It was another of the castle's peculiarly gratifying suc cesses. To judiie by the large attendance every one who received an invitation had made a point ol being present. 1 lie proceedings commenced shortly after 8 :30 o'clock, wheu Blum's Orchestra, esueetally re tained for the occasion, struck up the grand inarch. As all the members were in their liaud some uniforms of blue and gold, aud the ladles iv dainty costumes suitable to the celebration, the appearance of the floor preseuted an attrac tively animated appearance. A programme of fifteen dances, including the medl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 June 1890

8 SHOT BY HER SON. An Oregon Woman Murdered While Asleep. Tie Author of the Tragedy Then Blows His Brains Out Temporary Insanity Assigned as tne Canse of the Tragedy — The School-Book Sing at Olympia. Errrls) Dispatches to The Morning Cali. FgrtlaOTi June 11.— A double tragedy oc cm ml at Milwaukee, near here, this morning, which resulted lv the death of a mother and her ion. Daniel Harvey, who has lived for many years wllo his mother, Mrs. Mary Bunuell, and nls stepfather, Charles liunnell, shot his mother through the temple with a pistol, and then plac lub the weapon to his head blew his owu brains out. Hoih mother and son lived until about 9 o'clock, when death came to their relief. Tile family were living on a fruit farm about a mile pa»t of Milwaukee. Harvey was S3 years of age and unmarried, while his mother was G5 yeirs of age. The family always lived peacefully logrtber and Harvey scorned particularly Kind In lilfl mother. Harvey owned a rarmuutl! about two monies ago when b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 June 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 13. THE NIHILISTS. Discovery of Another Plot Against the Czar. I Russian Agent Seeking Information Against the Paris Suspects. Sensational Suicide or Silva Porto— A Con servative Caucus at the Carlton Club. Special Disratcties to The Morning Call. St. Petersburg, June 12.— The Govern ment has received information that a new movement against the life of the Czar is contemplated. The guards In the palace and at all the approaches have been doubled. A number of arrests have been made of persons who are sus.^ected of being con nected with the movement. PARIS, June 12. — General Siberiakoff, special agent of the Kussian police, has ar rived in Paris for the purpose of obtaining inlormation concerning the Nihilists who ■were recently arrested here, lie expressed himself as being confident that tne prison ers were connected wild the most atro cious and dangerous conspiracy against the life of the Czar and the institutions of the Kussian Government that Nihilism had yet or...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 June 1890

2 PRIMITIVE SAVAGES. Dr. Carl Luniholz's Australian Investigations. - ' For Two Teari He leans on Lizard* and • '•' Grubs With tho Native*, Fancies the Diet »cd Studies th« Tribei. Dr. Carl Lumbolz, who was . sent out by the University of CbrUtlanla, Norway, to study the geography of Hie Australian Couttnent and the .. ethnography ot such native tubes as have not • heretofore been visited by white men, addressed Hie members ol Hie Geographical and Historical societies last night hi Hie Art Association rooms on the result ol liis lesearches during the past lour years. il'iolessor Davidson introduced the lecturer of tlie evening 10 the laige audience that had as sembled lo lieai linn. Dr. l.umnolz Is a man of about 30 yeaisof age. of well-developed phy sique and uuassuuilug manners. On his coat . were displayed three laige medals ot difTeient scientific socieiies or which lie is a member. While lie is a fluent speaker, a strong Norwegian accent occasionally renders his real meaulug ' ...

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