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I or tbr Vabtmnm Mar.] [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 1 January 1848

[For the California Star] In looking over the files of the Californian, I observe that the Editor of that paper takes occasion to say, that he has taken legal advice in reference to a matter, arising in the Alcalde's court at Sonoma. This he says, he has done "in order to give free information in all cases where the law comes up."We know," he says, "that in a case alraedy decided, the Alcaldes had no authority over a question of divorce," and then gives the legal information, which he professes to have received, and which is as follows "No Alcalde possesses the power to grant a divorce from the bands of matrimony, in this country -- It is entirely an ecclesiastical affair, the church, through her ministries granting it after the parties are declared to be incompetent to the duties of that state, by a due investigation of the matter in dispute, before competent authorities, The Church then,,, i ;',-.• '' . tai! drcreea a divorce : but urn th»» it inowu ooly to a «rp*raliOß. as it f»r...

Publication Title: California Star
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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r – in- < • ifon . m M [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 1 January 1848

r - in- &amp;lt; • ifon . m M Tin. [uiiim To m a day afiacßßßiag Ihe merchant casts up hi» accounts, calculate* his profits, and ! lav* his plans for th« b.SJiu.— .of the year, lie anlici- j pates ir iii from l."" 1 '■■" DOW '" distant lands. T!i» silks of j Chins, the [&amp;gt;rmlnets of the sea girt Is'es and the nunny 1 Smith, it- looked upon M certain sources of income. To i raise means for wbich, he sends out ln&amp;lt; collector, who relam with nothing but the promise of "perhaps when you call again." Thus his fond hopes aro not realized, his plans are «1 -.'rated aud it U not a happy Now Year to him. Th&amp;lt;? mechanic, who ban perhaps, had ■ forced "merry Christmas," and heard of towns laid out aud building projt-ctrd, to-day lays his plans for the support of his llltle family, got* out, inquires th" prospect of work, and txprets to 50 home at ni^ht with • joyful heart, is answered, "its hard lias*, no iiwucy, the government baa not paid the troop, who foug...

Publication Title: California Star
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CALIFORNIA STAR nrikj o i r > i. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 1 January 1848

CALIFORNIA STAR MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO ARRIVED, Dec. 26—Bark Natalia, from Sandwich Islands. Dec. 28—Brig Com. Stockton, Kinch, from Bodega. SAILED. Dec. 31—Brig Euphemia, Vioget, for Callao, via Monterey. PASSENGERS, In the Natalia, Sen. Don Luco, (Supercargo,) J. H. Brown, Esq. In the Euphemia for Callao, R. H. Sherman, Esq.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 1 January 1848

I O OF O. FTHE I. O. of O. F. will bold their regular meetings every Tuesday evening at the Portsmouth House. — Brethren from abroad visiting the place, are respectfully invited to unite with them. ?;g;jc.L.xo..i Regular Packet for Sonoma. The fast sailing Sloop STOCKTON, Brigss, Master, having been new and handsomely fitted up, will perform regular trips to the above named place. Leaving San Francisco, Monday, and Sonoma Wednesday of each week. Agent for Sonoma, A. Hoeppener. For freight or passage at this place, apply to the Captain on board. San Francisco, Dec. 28,1847. 52-tf. JUST RECEIVED per Bark Natalia, from Oahu, '■15 :i':.-t* China Trunks and Chests, for sale by WM. C. DAVIS. j San Francisco, D*c. 2?, 1547. JJ-tf ; JUST RECEIVED one hundred pieces rich PRINTS, ; v and for sale by ROUT. A. PARKER. I San Francisco, Dec. 24, Ir 17. j0.,,--iIOIS CUT A. PARKER, ; T TAS JUST RECEIVED from the United States and * I 1 Sandwich Islands, un extensive assortment of t Caasimere* ; Mer...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 1 January 1848

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CURIST. 1848. Being Bisseatile, Or Leap Year. Sett. The T«dc* (all off 4? raaslrs daily, or, tb» T- « are 4- mi— it* later every day.

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I.M N ( . [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 1 January 1848

ALMANAC, The following us a vivid and fearful picture of the approach of Winter, and the suffering and dread consequent, in the circle of poverty, on our Atlantic shores From an Eastern paper. The White Dragon. The poet observeth from his attic window, and the sufferings of the poor seem waful to behold. Winter approacheth with signs of snow . The ataMaaatt. waxrtS Tery cold— the honaaa teaaMtb gfoaawrj araa tan alia •af' ciaMk, aU the- poet imagiactb the coming of a dread destroyer. Wm for a dra^oa! a icagoa bngat. AM caowy white . Far ia the North be • Mat m t .-'..•. ! Fierce m as cry. I '•.r &amp;gt;-&amp;gt;»:.'.. aai a bai *-• rye: How Urn White Dfagaa will ta&amp;amp;ke all 3y : --■ - Flower aad iwaw be «aaMa to kiß; Aad ah, be will ! Orchard aai fwaam aai Mi aad bill. The lawn, the giai*. F- aad bowrr tad bo«h mad fade. ■aTvam HB a^*^»»» aUS*. a^aaVß] aaaaaam »a&amp;gt;a»w* Ail at hia terr-ble frowa afraid ! Orcr the oeraa be awata* t. « tall, DaataiaUM fate ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 1 January 1848

L.«.UAMI.\US An«iMi asa (onnuot at La* a ut» Souritoa " ra faaacaajß. \\ n I. bow dt-Tote bia eatire atleatiea to bia prafoa. \ &amp;gt; aioa ; !.&amp;lt;■ r. ..! attoai to Urn caaWtMa of debt*, aai I to all other hat a— cosarcted with a* pmfniiia. ,■ any ! ;- r. -„ of (bo Territory : be will abo attead to the &amp;lt; &amp;lt; .:'- Urum of foreign drbta, either m the £aadwich liliaii. Orr-goa, ar »:.;. porUoa of the Uaitoi Blatoa. aai 10 the raflMaJaaaf dtUs aai Urn rramiiia of mosey da* to &amp;lt; .*' z-' creditor*. All prof eMiaaal bnsiati ia*rßr.rd to bia eve will raceire km prtimpt aai aaadaoa, anratioa. OGee m. Baa Fraaciooo. L'pptr taaforaia. 50-if Ha) more Rbcomalitm! Warm Spring Anaenthal, (an nu »o a aaaoau.) THE nliLiwii baa laaaatry fitted ap Urn abort Hue | X en Btajaa for th* reerptioa of pal irate, wbe (ran ; the character af their imilili roaaMa Urn Warm Balk. This baa beea uwprcted by an.irtl g*aU»aMa. i aai recoeuacadtd for at great aHica»l aaa...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 1 January 1848

Robt. A. Parker . vKfTB* for aalo tW CARGO of Urn Cm i&amp;gt;ci L.«i { I ..« laaioi. from tbe .Vaadwicb Itlaada: Tea, Cafao. «agar aai Malaajt*. Wiae, llraiii!y. Gia, Root* and Sbora, Printa, SairUar^ Clothing, lroa Ware, Ilistcher Kaivr*,. .v.'i.'i. Suit. Air* aad Axo.fcaadlea, Patrat Leatbrr Glove*. ."&amp;gt;.:'» BaadW. Decaatrra. A'abrrata*. Ptrklea, Cigar*. • One Paprnar B.lu.rd Table, &amp;amp;.c A&amp;lt; A.of which wat be mM low tor caat it tL. * j fc|| Slore. Aaa F^Bci^e, Dec. 4, 1847. &amp;lt;MT New Goods. rIB ».l...ikiiaaaaab*ai. received by rcceat arri. A vala, aa a»ortoeat of Vclrrta, pleached aad Drowa Sbirtiaga tad Shtetian . (rota 810 1 J ct». per yard ; Fiao Tooth, l»r' M or. Batk •ai J»iJe Comb* ; £up*rtor Hook, a, Eyet; * !....» si M*i:i DananM aad Collar*, I Bap nor White Ixad, HaaV wooka aad cvttoa half Hoae, M oaMaa* white da. do. ilrogoa Pal alow. Batter, Cheese, Fkar. Laubtr, Ac Abe. Aa aMarUatai of Mcdjeiaea. Far tale low for caab, by C ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 January 1848

£I^l /if*' IT* f ♦* &amp;lt;**f^T ~ — live Califofnia J&amp;gt;ta£ - - , __ . - . fc "-•■.« . (!*...'-.. VOL. 11. •v:v (SCO, JANUARY 8, 1848. NO. 1.

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• . '■•! the Polynesian.] Japau. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 January 1848

[From the Polynesian.] Japan. Am everything connected with this, country wears an aspect of mystery and consequently of interest, we cannot do better than to give our readers Captain Jackson's account of his visit, in the Inez, of New Bedford, in his own words, taken from his journal. Captain Jackson appears to have been very observant, and his narrative will be read with interest. WEDNESDAY, May, 5, 1847. Commenced blowing a heavy gale of wind.- The ship lying at anchor. At 3,It began to moderate ; lowered a boat and went on shore to a village that is abreast of us. The people are very numerous and friendly, but would not let tv go op oil the beach- They, gavo us a keg of spirits, and then undo signs for us to go on board, mid took hold of our boat to ........ it off, co we got in and At 9 o'clock this morning I went ashore again, and carried several things with me— such us books, map?, pens, ink and paper, and a pair of pistols,' my watch and a number of other articles, all of whi...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 January 1848

BUSINESS CARDSBOOK &amp;amp; JOB PRINTING, — SUCH AS — Pamphlet*, BUN of Exchange, Catalogue*, Shop Ililts « Irrnlmrw, IsilN of Lading, llsiiiil-l»il|a, lllsnik Deeds, Hill Head** A* . A- . Executed with aim-as and despatch. Importer and Wholesale Dealer. Store in Montgomery Street, on tho Beach. £an Fiuncisco, ( T rrr.R Calitoiinia. 3IELLVS &amp;amp; HOWARD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. Store in Montgomery St., San Frnncisco . wji. 11. IMIh. Wholesale ;uid Kctail Merchant. t San Francisco, I Ai.t% Califob.vh. ~ I, U. MASTIC^T ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL! • MI AT LAW, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY; Sas Fbancisco, Urrr.n CixtFo&amp;amp;ru. JASPER WAII ,L, Civil Engineer and Land Sunreyor, by appointment of \ Col. It 1). Mason, Gov. of California. Office in Ports- i mouth Square. San Francisco, July 17, 1847. [*ltf JOHN HALLSJ CIVIL ENGINEER AND LAND SURVEYOR, WILL attend to any btudnen of m kind entrusted to him, having for many yearn been in the employ of tho Hriti^h Government....

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 January 1848

JBaaire V wo must, that night ; a dozen miles or more were yet before us. Aad did we ' Another chapter wII

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% liWW 101 MIL. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 January 1848

% liWW 101 MIL. Mo.yDat, Jan. 3, 1543. Minutes of the meetings of 13th and 17th of December were read and approved. Mr. Clark, chairman of committee torn* Broadway to the bay, reported the work as stopped for Ihe want of the necessary land*. Mr. Clark, chairman of committee to regulate licenses, rose, reported progress, and asked for further tune, which was granted. Mr. Joaes, chairman of committee on building a jail, reported progress. A letter, in relation to a (own lot, from C. E. Pickett, was then read. Moved by Mr. Jones, that Mr. Pickstt's letter be laid on the table. Carried. Moved by Mr. Jones, that the committee on filling up the lagoon, take into consideration the propriety of having that part of Montgomery street running through the lagoon widened. Carried. Mr. Jones presented an Ordinance in relation to the improvement of the street* throughout the town. Passed. j Messrs. Joaes, LeidcsdorfT, and Parker, appointed a committee to attend to the same. Mr. Jones proposed to a...

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CaL Star s flaaaaaa Correspond.-n<-« [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 January 1848

CaL Star s flaaaaaa Correspond.- n&amp;lt;-« n. January 1, 184€ Dear Editor,— I greet you with a happy New Year, and wish you health and prosper^ so long as you live, and a host of young editors to prop your t ottering old age to the tomb, with talent sufficient to wear the shoes of their dad, and write eulogies, appropriate, on hi* fair fame after death. Thb morning, though frosty, and the pools skimmed with ice, opened bright, balmy, and beautiful— old Sol seeming to smile with unwonted benignity on our lovely valley. About ten, a party of us mounted fur a pasta, and such sports as we might pick up by the way. Across the branch one mile from town. we entered, in rare glee, a large rural, lassoing wild mares and colls, a menado of several hundred, belonging to General V. being penned up, f&amp;gt;nncipally for our amusement. 'Twas seldom that such of t vs as were novices in the art, noosed an animal, but when successful, our burnt and blistered palms, paid well for the fun....

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Mi it I I: j in it i i . [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 January 1848

Mi it I \ I : j in it \ i i . PORT Ol' SA* FHAV h&amp;lt;O. AUIfBD, Jan 7th — Brig Lady Adam«, l)&amp;lt;&amp;gt;bson, 4'J days from -10. I \ l I ID Jan. Bth— Brig Henry, Capt. Kilborn, for Columbia river. Icncclcd down and bowed himself to the ground and then &amp;gt; rote, loosened his clot and shook them, to let them ! ace that there was nothing about him. He then came and conducted me to the Mine place, and made signs to bow, which I did 1 w«k then permitted to approach the chief officer, but not to stand before bjra. 1 had to reAlain on my knee* or titling on my feet. He was very proud of his dress and superior appearance, and seemed pleased to bars mo examine it. ll*- wore a large sash— t. . scarltl on one tide, and gold and silver worked in on tho other— which be seemed very proud of. It was some time before he could make me understand to tell him tho name of my country, and when I did he and many others repeated it over a great many times. They had a number o...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 January 1848

Notice. IN accordance with an Ordinance of the Towx Council, the residue of the unsold TOWN LOTS in the Town of San Francisco, will be sold at Public Auction, on the Ist day of February next Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M of said day. By order of TOWN COUNCIL. San Francisco, Jan' 5, 1843. • 1- it ROBERT A. PARKER, HAS JUST RECEIVED from tho United States and Sandwich Islands, tin extensive assortment of Fins Cassimercs; Broad Cloths; Merino shawls: Rcbosos; Wool and Cotton Hose, and half Hose; Italia Cravats; Merinos; blue and brown Drills; blue and second Mourning Print" : a variety of Flannels ; Velvets; white and colored Shirts ; Thread ; Wickiujj ; Com Brooms; Clothes Brooms; Cheshire Cheese; Preserved Bleats and Vegetables ; Confectionaries; Spices; Pepper; table and coarse Salt; Carpenters' Tools; Nails ; Axes ; Hatchets; Kuimiis; Almonds; Rice Tobacco; Coffee; Sugar; Tea; Aaasi . Madeira and other Wine* ; Cognac Brandy; Aguadiente; &amp;amp;.c. &amp;amp;c. For s...

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