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VOL. 3.
SAN FRANCISCO VINDICATOR.
IS TZD RVERY MONDAY AT
128 Montgomery Street, *an Francisco.
J. E. BROWN,
PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR.
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Gl ]
ESTO A i A Mo o
The straw bondsmen have notl
been quite so active during the past
waek, but they are still at work, and
we are still on their tracks. v
A certain firm of ‘‘real estate
agents” carrying on business on
Montgomery Street were very much
incensed at our remarks last week,
they will probably have reason to be
still more so before we ere done with
them.
It is truly astonishing how ready
some people are to give themselves
away. Scarcely was last Monday’s
issue pasted on the bulletin board,
when white livered gentry with
blanched lips came in one after
another to enquire whether the
allusion was intended for them, were
we going to give them away, and
how much it would take to square
it. Tt is needless to state that all of
these went away as wise as they
came.
When a cap fits as many heads a®
the one we produced last week, the
alarmed wearers thereof, some of
whom might otherwise escape obser
* yation,.walk right into the net with
their eyes open. .
Some ‘‘straw bond real estate
men” of whose existance we were
not awdre, up to last Monday, took
our remarks as referring directly to
themselves, gotalarmed, and called
at this office with a view of squaring
matters. Failing in this they went
away with the disagreeable con
viction that they were in a worse
plight than before. When our re
ports are complete as they will soon
, be, and we are able fo furnish a
catraw bond real estate” ‘‘straw
bond” ‘‘shyster” attorney, and cor
rupt “‘straw bond” official directory
which it is our intention to do, we
anticipate a slight sensation.
The glaring and unblushing in
solence of these, and the manner in
which officials connive with them,
as in the case of Hesse, has now
reached such a pitch, that the Press
ghould not for a moment allow the
matter to rest. The meager allu
sions of some of our contemporaries,
and dead silence of others astonishes
us muchly.
This journal and others have been
geverely criticised for not joining
trotting out the Kissane skeleton.
We would remark, that were those
papers who had so much to say on
this subject to occupy their space in
disoussing a glaring evil now exist
ing in our midst, instead of raking
up crimes, which are alleged to have |
been committed by a prominent
citizen thirty years ago; it would
be more to their credit.
Unless London boodle is brought
into play and is accepted by our
Senators at Washington, the infa
mous extradition treaty under con
sideration will surely be defeated.
Should this treaty be entered into
between England and America, every
Irish citizen against whom the Scot
land yard bloodhounds might choose
to tramp up a charge would be li
able to be dragged out of the country
to an English jail, and, in fact, se
curity would be at an end, for all
British born subjects known to be
?sympathilers with the cause of home
'rule and liberty.
~ We repeat, that bribery and cor
~maption algne ean bring about th
passage of such a measure, and h‘?
this is the way that ¢ liberty ” is go
ing to *“ enlighten the world,” she
had better put her lamp out and shut
her mouth.
In anticipation of successful bood
ling, the country is now overrun
with English detectives, rexdy,
should the measure pass to pounce
upon their victims.
American Senators have unfortu
nately,with foreigners, ar unenviable
notoriety, and doubtless the English
vultures are confident in the powers
of corruption.
Let us hope however, that our
Senators will rise above such mean
considerations, remembering the
grand old men who first sat in their
place, and act up to the traditions of
Washington and Adams,
We have another old George, at
Washington now, no less honorable
than the father of our country.
““ In him we trust.”
Tre Anti-Ceercion reaction in
England has gained ground more
rapidly than the most sangnine anti
cipated, and there is yet a chance of
the measure being defeated.
It were almost better that it should
pass, for, any concesssion to public
opinion by its parliamentary sup
porters would simply be a sham, set
up in order to gain time.
Whereas, should the measure be
passed, its brutal working® and their
TESUITS WIIT Spovurs)y opvil VHU vy
the entire public and arouse a torrent
of indignation, which will not be
stemmed by ‘‘shelving,” and will be
appeased by nothing short of perma
nent reform. Let the Ccercion act be
in force for a few weeks, and noth
ing will bring about reform sooner.
While the public of Great Britain
are incensed over Governmental out
rages in Ireland, the consideration
of the same will lead them to look
into the social question and its work
ings in England and Scotland. The
result will be the removal of ancient
and rotton landmarks and the sub
stitution of more solid and less ex
|pensive structures.
Tue unfortunate wretches in Rus-|’
sia who, to free their countzy and :
themselves from the rule of a tyrant, |,
resorted in their desperation to plan
ning a murder, which unfortunately |1
did not take place, are truly doomed ||
to worse than death. ,
_ Shut out from the world these :
men who though not yet convicted |,
are already condemned by the black |:
‘ hearted ¢ White Czar,” are prohibited |
from seeing, not only legal advisers,
ia concession gallantly granted to}
women only, but mothers, wives and
children, who never again in this
world, will gaze upon the features of
those whom they love, those who are
consigned for life to a living tomb in
the unwholesome mines of Siberia.
Black as is the crime of which
those men are guilty, (we will
suppose they are) when we con
sider the still blacker wretch at whose
life it was aimed, their reason for
committing it, and their knowledge
| of the consequence of failure and de
| tection we cannot but admire them.
In the face of this, ¢ lickspittle”
| hounds of the Pixley tvfi can be
| found, who will degrade “‘the Heaven
| born mission of journalism,” and
| kiss the feet of the despot.
| Russian rule is a blot on modern
| eivilization, and should be stamped
out by other nations of the earth.
The perfidy practiced by ¢ the
noble marquis” of Landsdown to
wards his unfortunate tenants isin
the keeping of his past traditions,
and those of his ancestors before
him.
This so called noble family ob
tained their estates by robbery and
imurder some hundreds of years ago,
and have held the same by villiany
| and deceit ever since, living luxuri
SAN FRANCISCO, MONDAY, MAY 2, 1887.
ous and lustful lives on the earnings
and heart scaldings of the Irish
peusantry.
This traducer of men and seducer
of women is sent to Canada, a do
minion of her Britannic Majesty, by
grace of God, and *“ Unecle Sam,” to
occupy an ornamental position, for
which he draws a magnificent sal
ary from the earnings of Irish exiles
whom he and other thieving Irish
landlords drove from their homes.
It will thus be seen that the vulture
follows its prey across the seas, and
‘that wherever *“ the flag of Britian
Jlies,” the poor slaves, be they Eng
fish, Irish or Scotch, are taxed and
'burdened to support nobility which
fis too Hoble" to work, but not too,
noble to rob, murder and seduce the
‘women of “‘the lower class,” and yet
they sing:
‘* Britons never, never, never shall be
slaves.”
Truly no circumstance, better cal
culated to open the eyes of the world
to England’s system of governing
Ireland could possibly occur.
LANDLORD AND TEN ANT.
The Point Which Their Differences
Have Reaclied in Ireland.
~ The Marquis of Linsdowne has de¢clined
to accept the provisional arrangement made
last week by mediators engaged in the task
of adjusting the dispute between him and
dissatisfied tennants on his Luggacurran
estate.
The bitterness of the disagreement is in
creased by the suspicion that he has been
using the negotiations merely to find out
what was the utmest the tenants would
volunteer in order to place his demands a
few points beyond it, and still keep within
ths limits of probable acceptance.
ROYAL SPORT.
How the Bloody Despot whe Mis
rules Russia Revels in the Degre
dation of his Starving Subjects.
*“ The white Czar '’ than whom no better
speciman of a Enropean monarch could be
found, is a drunkard, glutton, blurtine and
murderer, a thorough placed blackguard
and altogether what might be expected from
a member of any European royal family.
He is also a coward, another trait peculiar
to the rotten aristocracy of the old world.
tdwagcalled . ibloats of America,” an|
nightly given in their favorite amusement
of setting three dogs on, to-morrow one
cat, and other such gentlemanly passtimes
His majesty of Russia, who, by the way,
is brother-in-law to the biggest blackguard
in Europe (without exception) the Duke
?of Edinborough, has a favorite passtime
which is new our intention to describe
This is to gather together some thousands
of his fellow-creatures, not one of whom,
be he the greatest criminal in the country,
but is superior in manhood to himself and
who, having the misfortune to live under
his rotten rule and not being nobles (?) asa
natural result have not enough to eat.
Having hunted down the requisite number
of these unfortunate men, women and
children, toddling infants, the wife on the
point of child-birth, the grandparents on
the brink of the grave, old and young are
chased by royol flunkies mounted on horses
and armed with whips into an enclosed
space kept for the purpose of ‘ royal
sport.”’
The *‘royal sport '’ consists ef thcse un
fortunates being kept in the enclosure
(which is similar to that of a cattle yard) all
night without shelter, (rain or snow enhances
the * royal spot,”’ provided the blue blood
is under cover) and being aroused (if necy
essary by the forcing of a gun in the morn
ing. Royalty and attendant aristocracy
then seats itself round the enclosure to
watch the sport, which now begins in true
earnest by a life and death struggle between
men, women and children who have eaten
nothing for a week before, struggling and
t fighting over pieces of meat which are
| thrown to them by their so-called supcriors
who are seated around drinking champague,
smoking cigars and eracking jokes.
This is no exageration whatever of ““roya)
sport >’ which is but one of many phases of
| monarchial government in Europe. Can
[ people wonder after this at the existance of
- | Nihilists, Fenians, socialists and dyna
-3 | miters.
As advertised in another column, we
have made arrangements with O’Donnovan
Rossa of New York, to club with his paper,
the United Irishman.
Those of our subscribers who wish to
avall themselves of this arrangement, can
do so by paying $4 in advance at this office,
which will entitle them to.both papers for
one year. This is exactly the amount of
our old rates and only $l. in excess of our
present rates.
The best salt baths, hot or cold, are to be
had at the Crystal Warm Sea Water Bathing
Co's. establishment, Bay street between
Powell and Mason.
The VixpicaTor while supporting reli
gious, civil and race equality, endeavors to
make itself interesting to all classes of the
community showing special favor to none.
JOSEPH PESCIA,
PRYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Residence--1520 Taylor street
Office—No. 611 Washington stroet.
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York, so that those of our read
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North Pacific Railroas
(The Donahue Broad Gauge Route.)
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e e AAR eY T s
MMENCING SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1887, AN
CO n‘;lx!ldt:'rgx:: m Boats and Trains wmnl:ov
Market-Street Wharf, as foliows: . 5
Leave na- Arrive
Sap ¥raacisco. tion, San Francisco
WEEE | Sus- | | SUN- ERE
Daxs. | Davs. DAYS. | Davxs.
7.45AM(8 00aM| Petaluma, {10.404:/8.50 A
3.30 pM[5.OO PM| Santa Rosa, | 6.10 pv|10.55 a
500 Py Fulton, 605P1
| ‘Windsor, A
8.00 AM| Healdsburg, [6.10¢ M
T4SA M Cloverdale, 50 A 1
350 p m And Way .05 P 1
Stations. !
T 46 A MB,OOAM ville, | 6.10PM/6.05P)2
m?;’fii train leaving San Francisco at 5:00 ».x
arriving back at 10:56 A. M on mmo, u;u
only at San Rafsel and ~mntl south, and at No
vato, Petaluma, P ve and Santa Rowa.
Spritigs, S6Dastopo) and MarE ® sek o At
prings, Topoi an ar| &
ville for Skagg's Springs, and at var‘km mgui
fod s Lol st Sy Lok tis
s, Blue
Vlcla' g;lrings, Kamm“ktdg » Mendocino Cliy m
the Geysera.
EXCURSION TICKETS from Saturaays to Mon
days, to Petaluma, 31.75: to SBanta Rosa, $3; to Healds
burg. $4: to Cloverdale. $5. 5
EXCURSION TICKETS good for Samug- only—to
Petaluma, $1.50; to Sanra Rosa, $2; to Healdsburg, $3;
to Cloverdale, $1.50; to Guerneville, $3.
From 3an Franeisco for Point Tiburon and san Ra
fael—Week Days: 7:45 A, M., 9:50 A, M., 11:30 A. u.%;.fi)
P. M, 5:00 P. M., 6:16 P u. Bundavs: B.OOA. x., 9:50 A.
M., 10:454.- 12:00 m., 2:30 P. M., 5:00 P, M,
To San Francisco from SBan Rafael—Week Pays:
6:20 A, M5:00 A, w,,10:00 A. M., 1:30P. M,,3:10 P. M.,
5:05 p.M. Sundays--8:10 A. M., 9:40 A, M., 10:50 A, M,
1:15p,, 8.,3:45 P, M,5:00 P M.
To can Francisco from Point Tiburon—Week Days:
6:50 A M., 8:20A, M., 10:25A. M,,1:55 P. M., 405 P, M,
5:30 .M. Sundays—B:3s A.M., 19:05 A. M, 11:15A. M,
1:40 P. &, 4:10P. M., 5:30 P, M.
7On Saturdays an extra taip will be made
leaving San Francisco at 1:15 P.M,;
H.C. WHITING, Snlperlntendeut.
PETER J. MoGLYN N, Gen, Pass. & Tkt, Agt.
7 Ticket offices at Ferry and 222 Montgomery
street and 2 New Montgomery street.
\
- SONOMA VALLEY RAILROAD.
| STEA!(ER JAMES M. DONALUL LEAVES SAN
Francisco and connects with trains at Sonoma
Landing as follows:
P. M. daily (Sundays excepted), from Wash
-4 :30 ington-street wharlyfor thg town of Sonoma.
Glen Ellen and way points. Returning, arrives in
San Francisco at 9:00 A. M.
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS.
8.15 A. M. (Sundays only), from Wuhlngom
. gtreet Whar! for the town ot Sonom len
Ellen and way points. Returning, arrivesin San.l"rln
ciseo at 7:00 P.M. Round-trip tickets to Sonoma, $1;
to Gieu Ellen, $1.50
H. C. WHITING, Sl‘xlperlntendent.
PETER J, MOGLYNN., Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Act,
¥ Ticket offices at Ferry and No. 2 New Mont
i mer 22 Montgomery St |
}SUUTH PACIFIC COAST HAILROAD.
Passenger Trains leave Station, toot of Market
street, south side, at
8 00 A. M. every Sunday (Excursion Train) to
. San Jose, - Boulder Creek, Big Trees and
Santa Cruz. Returning, arrive in San Francisco
at 8:05 P. M.
8 %0 A. M,,daily,for Alvarado, Newark, Centre
.t ville, Alviso, Santa Clara, SAN JOSE, Los
Gatos, Wrights, Glenwood, Felton, Big Trees,
SANTA CRUZ and all Way Stations
P. M., (except Sunday), Express: Mt.
2.30 Eden, Alvarufl), Newark, Oentlr)evflle, Al
viso, Agnews, Santa Clara, SAN JOSE, Los Gatos,
and all Stations to SANTA CRUZ.
P. M., daily, for SAN JOSE, Los
‘%330 intermediate points. e
TURDA YD BIIU o wveves s, .o 0 ik
DAY, inclusive. i RO
$1.75 to BANTA CLARA and SAN JOSE and
return." Sundays only.
$3.00 to Boulder Creek, Big Trees and Santa
Cruz and return. Sundaysonly.
8:3) A. M. and 2:30 p. M. trains connect with
tra’ns at San Jose for New Almaden and points on
Almaden Branch,
8:30 A. m. and 2:30 . M. trains connect with
stages at Los Gatos for Congrees Springs.
All through trains connect at Felton for Bould
er Creek ani points on Felton and Pescadero
Railroad.
| TO OAKLAND AND ALAMEDA.
86.00, $6.30, §7.00, 7.30, 8.00, 8.30, 9.00, 9.30,
10.00, 10.30, 11.00, 11.30 A. m.; 12,00, 12.30, 1.00,
1.30, 2.00, 2.30, 3.00, 3.30, 4.00, 4.30, 5.00, 5.30,
6.00, 6.30, 7.00, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30, 10.45, 11.45 p. M.
From Rroadway and Fourteenth Streets, Oak
-land—§s.3o, §6.00, §6.30, 7.00, 7.30, 8.00, 8.30,9.00,
9.0, 10.00, 10.80, 11.00, 11.30 A. M.; 12.00, 12.30,
1.00, 1.30, 2.00, 2.30, 3.00, 3.30, .00, 4.30, 5.00,
5.80,6.00, 6.30, 7.00,7.30.8.30, 9.30,10.45,11.46 p. M.
From High street, Alameda—§s.l6, §5.46,86.16
6.46, 7.16, 7.46, 8.16, 8.46, 9.16, 9.46, 10.16, 10.46
11.16, 11.46, A. M. ; 12.16, 12.46, 1.16, 1.46, 2,16
2.46, 3.16, 3.46, 4.16, 4.46,6.16, 5.46, 6.16,6.46,7.16
8.16,9.16,10.31, 11.31 P. M.
§ Sundays excepted.
Ticket, Telegraph and Transfer Office, 222
Montgomery street, 8. F.
L. FILLMORE, W.T. FITZGERALD;
Superintendent G.F. & P. Agt.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
(NORTHERN DIVISION.)
TIME SCHEDULE.
Passenger Trains leave and arrive Pnsael,er Depot
(Townsend st. bes 3d and 4th streets). San Franeisco.
e i 1 EFFECT FEBRUARY 1, 1887, | A SUVF
s . I
$6:46 A M. | [ 6:30 A M
s:suu(.‘ ‘ ‘ *8:00 A. M.
10:30 A.M. 9:083 a.M.
*3:30 ¢M, | {..Sal Mateo, Redwood.. \’10:02 AM.
4:5P M. | l .....and Menlo Park...... +4:OOP M.
*5:15 P. M. I ] \ 458 P.M.
6:30 Py | | T:4O P.M,
8:30 A.M. 9:08 2. M.
10:30 A.M. I r&nu Clara, San Jose and L'IO:OZ AM.
*3:30 P.M. l i..Prlncmul Way Statlons. . 4:58 P.M.
Repll T il Ve
195 p.m | { Almad«n and Way Stations t 1 9:oBam
S:3O A.M. l ‘Gllro{. Pajaro, Ca-troviile. i l *10:02 .M.
*3:30 P, M. | ! ...Salinas and Monterey. .. T:4O PM,
5304 | §Hollister and Tres Pinos. {IR
8 LML :40 P.M.
8:30 A.M. l g Wltlonvllle.Agtos. Soquel % *10:02 A. M.
*3:30 P.M. Camp' Capi ), Sa. Cruz. T:4OP. M.
Boledad, San Miguel, Paso) |
B:3CA.M. | Robles"l\mplewn (S | 7:40 P. M.
Lauis Obispo) & Way Bta.
A M. Morning. p.M. Afternoon.
Tr“s‘ur)xdny- excepted. tSundays cnly (Sportsman’s
n
Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.
STAGE CONNECTIONS are made with the 8:30
A.m. Train, Nearly all rail line to San Luis Obispo.
unly 24 miles staging from Temgleton, Time from
san Francisco, 12 hours,
—§# Round trip tickets to Lick Observatory and
return, on sale at Company’s Ticket Offices; rate $7.
EXCURSION TICKETS.
Sold SUNDAY MeRNING, good for
For Sundays only, } re.urn same day. .
For Saturaay, Sold SATURDAY and SUNDAYOnIy;
funday and { good for return until following Mon-
Monday s:_l. inclusive.
TICKET OFFlCES.—Passenger De Townsend
street; Valencia-street Station, .nd’x°3‘ 613 Market
ntreet,gnnd Hotel and rotunda Baldwin Hotel.
A. C. BASSETT, H R.JUDAH.
Superintendent. As-t. Pass. and Tkt. Agt.
EEARNEY'S PHARMACY.
SUCCESSOR TO JAMES DEVINE
DRUGS, CHEMICALS; ETC.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH
- Perfameries and Cosmeties ‘
A SPECIALTY. ;
214 KEARNY STREET,
RBet, Bush and Sutter, SAN FRANCISCO
The cheapest and best dress goods, silks,
velvets, laces, wraps, sacques, etc., at the
Lace House.
f (PACIFIO SYSTEM.)
TRAINS LIAV AND Ali DUE TO ARRIVE
A” SAN FRANCISCO.
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o FROM FEBRUARY 8, 1887, FROM
:00A [Calistogaand Napa............| 10:104
‘fi’ " - “” st st inna .fl.’
7304 x%""“"‘"“ ‘Tioading sadPorid| 0405
A ?
3:30p (Galt Martine5..............| 10404
8:30a via Liverm0re............| 540®
4:00p Rn!aht’lh-dh’,m. . 10:10 A
“5:00P |Livermore and t0n....| *8404
8:00a %m 6:10 ¢
*8:30 A IMllEOD......vovniinrnnsann.| *SHOR
9:3o°a mu:m.allmtu 440 P
3:30® Los Angeles Mojave,.....| 10404
10:00a and Hayward5....,......| 3:40p
3:00p oanml Bast.....cooooneeeen] 31:104
7:304 R Bhlvhlmflh 5409
7:30A [Sacramento via 0i5........| 640 P
8:80a ¢ via Livermore.....| 540 P
-300 p - mm........ 11:10a
i'.:fir SO e fobo kiss '2;55‘
P [Sacramento Kiver Steamers...| * A
fl:g‘ BanJ :u.‘......;.....5.f,‘a.’..a.. ;:;"
‘. Sscsas.nne "_l'.loio 2
Syl e et R
8:304 |Stockton, via PO, vun. . 5:409
o '“:' eo3 m Al s sene ey m
g "Am ~b o ;;“’i&,i fi_,%.‘-‘y‘ Sty
*Sundays excepted. i{Sundays only.
ST 2 AT il 0 0 RPN MRRORSe S, NBRE
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO DAILY.
To EAST OAKLAND-—%6.00, 6.30, 7.00, 7.30, 8.00,
8.30, 9.00, 9.30, 10.00, 10.30, 11.00, 11.30, 12.00,
12.30, 1.00, 1.80, 2.00, 2.30, 3.00, 3.30 4.00. 4.30,
:5086 6.30, 6.00, 6.30, 7.00, 8.00, 9,00, 10.00, 11.00,
TO 23p AVENUE, EAST OAKLAND—Same as ““To
East Oakland "’ until 6:30 p. &., inclusive, also
at 9:00 P. M,
To FRUIT VALE—*6.OO, 6.30, 7.00, 17.30, 8.00,
8.30, *2.30, 3.30, 4.00, 4,30, 6.00, 5.30, 6.00,
6.30, 9.00.
To FRUIT VALE (via Alameda)--*9.30, 7.00, 12.00.
To ALAMEDA—*6.OO, , 6,30, 7.00, *7.30, 8.00, *8.30,
9.00, 9.80, 10.00, $10.30, 11 .00 $11,30, 12.00, 112.80,
1.00, 11.30, 2.00, $2.30, 3.00, 3.30, 4.00, 4.30, 6.00,
6.30, 6.00, 6.30, 7.00, 8.00, 9.00. 10.00, 11.00, 12.00.
To BERKELEY—*6.OO, *6.30, 7.00, *7.30, 8.00, *8.30,
9.00, 9.30, 10.00, $10.30, 11.00, $ll.BO, 12,00, $12.30.
1.00, 11.30, 2.00, $2.30, 8.00, 3.30. 4.00, 4.30, 5.00,
5.30, 6.00, 6.30, 'l.m. 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 11.00, 12.0 C,
TO WEST BERKELEY—Same as *To Berke\ey.’
TO SAN FRANCISCO DAILY.
From FRUIT VALE—6.SO, 7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50,
9.20, *10.19, 4.20, 4.50, 5.20, 6.50, 6.20, 6.50,
7.47, 9.50.
From FRUIT VALE (via Alameda)—*s.22, 5.52,
*6.22, 19.14, ©8.22,
FROM 23p AVENUE, EAST OAKLAND—6.SB,
7.25, 7.56, 8.25, 8.55, 9.25, 9.55, 10.25, 10.55,
11.26. 11.65, 12.25, 12.85, 1.25, 1.55, 2.25, 2.55,
3.25. 3.56, 4.25, 4 .65, 5.25, 5.55, 6.25, 6,556, 7.50,
.53,
From EAST OAKLAND-—*5.30, 6.00, 6.30, 7.00,
7.80, 8.00 8.30, 9.00, 9.30, 10.00, 10,30, 11.00, 11.30,
12.00, 12.30, 1.00, 1.30, 2.00, 2.30, 3.00, 3.30, 4.00,
:030,,' 6.00, 5.30, 6.00, 6.30, 7.00, 7.57, 8.57, 9.57,
.67.
From BROADWAY, OAKLAND—7 minutes] later
than from East Oakland.
From ALAMEDA—*S.3O, 6.00, *¢.%o, 7.00, *7.30,
8.00, *8.30, 9.00, 9.30, 10,00, $10.90, 11,00, $11.30,
12.00, $12.30, 1.00, $1.30, 2.00, 12.30, 8.00, 3.30.
4.00, 4.30, 5.00, 5.30, 6.00, 6.30, 7.00, 8.00, 9.00
10.00, 11.00.
From BERKELEY-*525, 5.55, *6 25, 6.55, *7.25,
7.55, *8.25, 8.56, 9,25, 9.55, 110.95, 10,55, $11.25,
11.65, 112.25, 12.56, $1.25, 1.55, {2.25, 2.65, 3.25,
3.55, 4.26, 4.55. 5.25, 5.55, 6,25. $ 55, 7.55, 8.55,
9.55, 10.65.
FROM WEST BERKELEY-—Sane as ‘From
Berkeley.”
CREEK ROUTE.
From SAN FRANCISCO—*T7.IS, 9.15, 11.15, 1.15
3.15, 5.15, 3
Standard Time furnished by Lick Obcerv_ 3?%
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