National Affairs: The Last Spaniard

The Spanish Royal Steamship Line announced through its New York agent, Luis Llanso, that it will discontinue sailings from New York after mid-June. The reasons given are that the Line breaks American law if it carries liquor for its crew, and Spanish law if it does not, and that bookings have fallen off greatly since the Supreme Court ruling.

The Spanish line is not a large line (it has bookings once a month and the P. de Satrusregui, the last vessel that will call at New York, carries only 200 passengers). But the Line has...

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