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Sausalito News, Volume 22, Number 17, 28 April 1906
Yesterday, To-day and To-morrow
Our Spirit is Unbroken
William Randolph Hearst
Local Items Gathered During' the Excitement jof the Week.
Must Work in Harmony With the U. S. Army
Saloons in Sausalito Must Remain Closed
Work of the Health Department
I To Our Patrons.
Red Cross Auxiliary Holds an Election
Genuine Generosity of a Two-Days' Acquaintance
Registrations at Local Headquarters
Notice of Settlement.
HOW THE EDITOR GOT THE NEWS
Hopeful Feeling After the Fire
Good Work of the Sausalito Board of Health.
Page 2 Advertisements
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4
Local Items Gathered During' the 1 Excitement of Wednesday.
Harvey and Daroux Make Liberal Donation
Meeting of the Board of Health
Moving Chinese by Water.!
Alcatraz Island Felt No Shock
Good Work of Supervisors' Relief Department
Official Correspondence. j
W. G. VOORHIES.
The Tamalpais Building and Loan Association
Page 3 Advertisements
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2
•i»aSa» .at "-" ..I The Damage Throughout I The County
An Interesting City. N»r , *y:
Estimated Losses Sustained in Sausalito 1
A Mysterious Fisherman.
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