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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 June 1893

THE GOOD SISTERS' SCHOOL Tho Thirty-Seventh Animal Commencement Yesterday. Most Interesting: Exercises Given by the Young Scholars. A Moat Pleasing; Display of Musical Talent —The Awarding or Prizes and Diplomas—The Work of the Little Ones. The ttiirty-Beventh annual commence ment of the Sistera' school took place yesterday morning at 10 o'clock in their building on Boyle Heights. The exercises were held in tbe hall of the institution, which was filled to overflowing with the Bcholars and an appreciative and interested audience. The motto, "Palmam gui meruit ferat"—let him bear tho honor who wins—formed from graceful sprays of the pepper tree, stood out conapicuouflly amongst the other decorations of foliage and southern blossoms which adorned tbe stage. On a platform slightly raised from the floor and immediately in front of the stage wero Beated Father Hartnett of the East Side, Father Hall of Santa Monica, Father Bannin, Father McAulies of the cathedral. Fattier Lelbener of the P...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 June 1893

6 BPICCIAT. s XE ALTY—AImMESEEKERB' ANdTsVEST ors' Journal. Reports of evcrthlng relat ing to land from fifty tow ns ln Southern Cali fornia. No boom articles, but a conaervative, honest record of progress. Angeles oflioe, 13(1 South Broadway. Send ■ if-J for a year's subscription ond begin with volume out tn July. Tliin la the only publication, of Ita char acter. Persons interested In land cannot afford to be without It. Address correspondence to Edgar F. Howe, Redlands, Cal. 0-1 2m NOTICfc-THE Los~ANGELES CITY WATER company will strictly enforce the follow ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a.m and (1 and 8 o'clock p.m. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be stmt off and a line of i*2 will be charged oeloro the water will be turned on again. 8-17 if (COLUMBIA BAR-LOCK TYPEWRIT! J Print in sight with greatest speed nnd ac curacy. Price nnd payments easy. Other ma chines lor rent or for sale ches p. LONIII KY A WAGNER, Bprlng and First ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 June 1893

NORMAL SCHOOL GRADUATES. An Immense Crowd Witnesses the Exercises. Fans, Flowers and Muslin Dresses Conspicuous. Excellent Addreaaeg by Itrlght Tonne Women and Youths — lielighttul Aluaic—Able Address by Su perintendent Anderson. Fans, flowers and mualin dresses were conspicuous objects at the graduating exercises.of the normal school, held yes terday afternoon at the Grand opera house. The muslin frocks were in the place of honor, on the Btage, the flowers were at the feet of the wearers, and the fans were everywuere, for the theater was packed from floor to ceiling, and it was hot, bo hot that every available door and window was ilung wide open and fans of every color and shape were in constant use all the afternoon. The flowers were piled high in a be wildering mass of color in front of the stage, and judging from the quantity of wreaths and bouquets brought by ad miring friendß a - :i relations, half the gardens in the city mußt have been ran sacked, to say nothing of the floris...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, June 29, 1593: a. m. p. m. S3 , ML 75 I 52 2 7 Maximum tnmperatnro, 52. "Minimum temperature, 50. Indications. Foreoast for So'ithara California: Fair weather; stationary tempsrature; westerly winds. Undelivered telegram at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Couit ond Main streets. June 29. 1893, for Thos. W. Temple, Mies Frankie Frolich, F. L. Morgan. Mrs. W. R. A. Btrong of Whittier, whose enterprise in world's fair matters is well known, presented the' Herald yesterday with 100 beautiful red, white and blue pampas plume r As is well known the pampas plume ia the Cali fornia emblem at Chicago. Many firma in thia city, it ia eaid, will use tbe pam pas for Fourth of July decorations this year. It is both economical and appro priate. The park commissioners met at 9 o'clock yesterday in the city hall. Com missioners Rowan, Pinney and Cross being present. All demands presented to them, including the pay ro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 July 1893

V TODAY'S FORECAST. /TOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH |RN CALIFORNIA: PAIR WEATH •R; WARMER; WESTERLY 1 INDS. w t.*lf MM.MMIIMMIIMMIMMM p| M,,.., • VOL. XL. NO. 81. Stalking! Picturesque! Informing!" R^t D TTMFS SUNDAY JL- J-VJ. J 4 h — J \ FOR JULY 2 ; 1893. THREE PARTS, filled with News, Special Articles acid Numerous Illustrations. SOME of the CONSPICUOUS FEATURES: THE MAYING OF A MODERN NEWSPAPER: THR CIME9: Its Force at Work—Tho Editorial Roam: Manager, Fdltorlal Writer", City XitV'". iviifsraph Editor, Illustrator, Reporter., «tc — Business office, Composing Room; Tbj l.inotype.illnstrateA; Stereotype Room, Via.' Room—The "Columbia" Preps, with ll*us- IstloDs: Circulating Department, w'th map II ustraiion; aUs News Agents and Newsboys; V Taper Making, Tno Watchman's Pneumatic Check, etc. iVOLimON OF A BURGLARY: I (Being the history of a news item, wUh graphic llluitratloni.) t'NIQI'E FOUNDATION OF THE "TIMES" NEW PRESS: First fnli and Auihentlo Dc-criptlon of a Foundation the like of...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 July 1893

2 will transact only the most urgent public business while at Buzzard's bay. CABINET MEMBERS FOLLOW SOIT. Moat of the cabinet followed the pres ident's example and left the city, or are leaving the city for brief vacations. Those who remain say the president's proclamation speaks for itself, and de cline to discuss the situation further. NO CABINET MEETING. At the cabinet meeting today Secre tary Carlisle presented an array of offi cial figures bearing on the silver ques tion. A general interchange of views followed. He gave the president a cable gram from London, showing that the •rice of sliver there was 3d ' c pence per ounce, equivalent to 66.3 cents per ounce in our money, making the bullion value of a silver dollar worth 57.3 cents. The cabinet adjourned at 1 o'clock. RECEIVER KNIGHT. Presidential Lightning Strike* Another Loo Angeles Democrat. Washington, June 30.—The president today made the following appointments: Enoch Knight of Los Angeles, Cal„ to be receiver of the land...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 July 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA MONICA. The Hotel Areadla to "Open Today—Per sonal Notes. r Ba*t> Monica, June 30—Today the Hotel Arose) a opens Its doors, and from now on the sea/on will be a merry one. Simon Relnhart, the genial proprietor, assisted by Mr. J. W. Scott and an able corps of decorators and work men of every description, have thoroughly ren ovated the bouse from roof to cellar. He has secured good assist tuts in Wm H. Meaney as Chief clerk, Courtland Scott as cashier, Mr. Yrubor as ohef, aud Mr. Halmer as steward Tonight tbe first ball of the season will be given, aud the spacious ball room will be the scene of a large gathering of the 400 of South ern California. At the bath house where Mr. J. W. Scott pre sides and is proprietor, every room bas been overhauled. New and attractive features have been added and everything possible done to make the patrons of the establishment feel at home. , North Beach bath bouse, which has held its own ever since the town was started...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 July 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WKKKLI, THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. josifh O. Lynch. James J. Ay bus AVERS &. LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. ft»3 AND 885 WBW SECOND STREET. TKLEPnONE 150 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. »V CARRIEB: Per Week % .20 Per Month. ..., 80 tV MAIL fiNCLUDINO Postaob): Daily Herald, one year $B OO Daily Herald, six months 4.25 llatly Herald, three months 2.-^ I'atly Hbkalo, one mouth HO Weekly Mkrald, eneyear 150 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 50 Illustrated Hsrai.d. per copy -20 Entered at the p.istofllco at Los Angeles as second claw rastl matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tbe papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Duly Reeai.d will be promptly dtucon tinoed hereafter. No pape,a will be sent to subscribers by mail unloss.tlie same bav£ beeu paid for in advance. ThlsTule is iunexiblo L. P. Fisher, uewDaper advertising agent, 21 Me'Chan th' Exchange, Ban Francisco, is an authorized agent. This paper is kept on die in his office. The Herald is lold at the O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 July 1893

WONG DUP KEN, WILL GO WHEN? Titfge Itosa to Hear Ills Appeal Arguments. ' lie Attempt to Enforce the Geary Act Takes a New Turn. The Important Points Touched Upon IS the Decision Given by > ifudftßou luteta>r Morning. Wong Dep Ken will not go to Chine; et least not today. Judge E. M. Boss proposes to ait on bis ease himself. Yesterday be denied the motion of the United States district attorney to dismiss tlje appeal prayed for by A. B. Hotchkiss, counsel for tbe defendant, and will sit next Monday for hearing the appeal. Hia decision was in accordance with an opinion which touches upon some very important points, but tbe question of the constitutionality of some of tbe provisions of the Geary act is reserved for the appeal bearing next Monday. The points made by Judge Ross, in con nection with tbe oaae, are as follows: This is a motion on behalf of the United Statis to dismlie an appeal taken by tbe defendant, a Obineee person, from an order made by a court commis sioner for t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 July 1893

6 SPECIAL NOTICES. oa' Journal. Reports of everthing relat ing to lend from fifty towns in Southern Cali fornia. No-boom articles, but a conservative, honest record of progress. Los Angeles office, 136 South Broadway. Send $2 for a year's subscription and begin with volume out in July. This is the only pnblication of its char acter. Persons Interested in land cannot afford to be wlthont it. Address correspondence to Edgar F. Howe, Redlands, Cal. 6-1 2m NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER company will strictly enforce the follow ing rule: The hours for sprinklingare between 6 and 8 O'clock a.m and 6 and 8 o'clock p.m. For a' violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be charged before the water will be turned on again. 8-17 tf COLUMBIA BAR-LOCK TYPEWRITERS— Print in stght with greatest speed and ac curacy. Price and payments easy. Other ma chines for rent or for sale cheap. 'LONGLEY& WAGNER, Spring and First sts. 1-28 lm NCLE SAM WINE CELLAR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 July 1893

FARBAR THE BEAST IN COURT. Held to Answer the Charge of Assaulting a Girl. Miss Oeorgrle Cnmmingrs Tells the Story of the Horrible Crime. •he Begged Plteonaiy fur Merer, but B « ■ ■eared at Her mid Commit ted an Indescribable Offense. Henry Farbar, the aliened ravisher ol Georgie Oummings, was under examina tion yesterday before Justice Austin on the charge of rape. The defendant, a rather good looking yonng man, was unrepresented by counsel when he appeared in c>urt, but later on an attorney who happened to be In court undertook to defend him. The court room wai packed with a mob oi sensation mongers who came very near being summarily ejected, Deputy District Attornoy Davis moving that spectators should be requested to vacate tbe court, on account ot the sensi tiveness of tbe complaining witness. Justice Austin then asked the pris oner Farber if he desired to oxclude spectators. Farbar replied, "No; I want everyone present to judge whether I am gnilty or not. The reassured crowd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 July 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Barean. Report of obMrvatlons taken at Loi Ansrel.'s, June 30, 1893: Time. Bar. Tlier. ftU'mTVV'i) Vol j R:OOa. m. 29.83 S9 98 I 8 2 I Totzj. 6 00 p. m. 29.82 72 63 | W 7 i Ole»r. Maximum temperaturp, 81. Minimum temperature, 57. Indications. Forecast for Southern CtUFomia: Fair weather; warmer; westerly winds. A valuable ladies' wrap wan found by Dr. Ledonx last night on Hill street. The owner can obtain possession of the garment by application at the police station. A marriage license was yesterday is sued to the following pereone: Saves Lope?, aged 22, a native of California, and Jesus Arviyo, aged 20, a native of Mexico, both residents of Vernon. During the month of Juue 128 mar riage licenses have been issued from the county clerk's office. List yenr during the same month 79 licenses were issued, an increase for the present year of 49. Charles Murray, an insane, waß ar rested yesterday by Sergeant Morton and taken to the county jail to await examination by the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH. ER: WARMER; WESTERLY 1 WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 82. Unique! Striking!' Picturesque! Informing! SUNDAY TIMES . FOR JULY 2, 1893. THREE PARTS, filled with News, Special Articles and Numerous Illustrations. SOME of the CONSPICUOUS FEATURES: THK MAKING OF A MODERN NEWSPAPER: TKB TIMES: It* Force at Work—The Editorial Room: Manager, Fdltorial Writer*, City Editor, Telegraph Kdltor, Illunrator, Reporter*, etc.—Business office, Composing Room; The Mnotype.lllustrated; atereotypo Room, Press Room—The "Columbia" Prow, with iUus tratlODa: circulating Department, with map illustration; The News Agents and Newsboys; Paper Making, The Watchman's Pneumatic Check, etc. EVOLUTION OF A BURGLARY: (Being the history of a nows Item, with graphic Illustration*.) UNIQUE FOUNDATION OF THE "TIMES" NEW PRESS: First fall and Antbenttc Description of a Foundation the like of which never existed alnce time began—compose l of stones, marbles, an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

2 a very food thing And a most wise step for his part. He nai most decidedly dono - tbe right thing, It is a little too early to tell the effect of it, but it ought to be very reassuring abroad. The be lief will grow there that the dollar is going to prove the same reliable mean ing as the English pound sterling for future transactions. We .ought soon to see reflected here a better opinion in Burc«e of all American investment se tnritles." Other financiers spoke to the same teneral effect. CONGRESSIONAL OPINION. The Extraordinary Sess'on Should Not Last Long. Washington, July 1. —The opinion is held by a number of congressmen that the extraordinary session will not he lengthy, that financial matters alone will engage Its attention. G. F. Wheeler, of Alabama, said: "I see no reason why the country should be burdened by a long tiresome session with the attendant debates and set speeches. The president has called them together by reason of the gravity of the money Question, and that al...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Board of Trad*' Meeting—Tho Herald* Booop—Notes. Pasadbna, Jnly I.—A special meeting of board of trade director* was held yes terday afternoon to bear tbe report of the manufacturing committee appointed to interest tbe public on the cannery project. The committee reported some pro gress, etating that a capital of $ 15,000 ia desired for tbe new company and that Mr. Wallace would turn in the present plant at $2500, leaving a balance of 112,250 to be raised, part of which has been promised. A general discussion followed, in which the prevailing opinion was that tbe cannery mnat be run if possible. Mr. Wallace, owner of the plant, waa present, and stated that the cannery should be in operation by July sth, in order to handle the apricot crop. On motion the secretary was instruct ed to call a general meeting of the board on Monday, Jnly 3d, at 3 p. m. Major George N. Nolan and Frank H. Vallett were admitted to membership, and bills to. the amount of $72 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY ADD wn.KI.Y. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, jostrn D. Lynch. James J. ay sr... AVERS &. LYNCH, rUBLI3n»RS. RES AND 92.-> WKBT 81C0OND STRBSI. TELEPHONE 100 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. f/T CARRIER: M ."er Week $ .20 Per Month SO BY MAIL (INCLUDING PosTahe): Daily M m ii.ii one rear ?f 00 Daily Herald, six months 4.2* Daily Herald, three months. 2.2.> Daily Herald, one month I*o Weekly "erald, one year 1-50 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly-Herald, three mouths 50 Illustrated Herald, per copy 20 Entered at the postodice at Los Angeles as jecoad cla«s mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. •flic papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Daily Hbeald will be p.omptly discon tinued hereafter. No pipers will ha sent to subscribers by mail unlesi the same have been paid for in advance. This rule Is lullexiblo L. P. Fisher, newspapor sdvertinlng agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Francitco, is an authorized agent. This paper Is kei . on file in his office. The Herald ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

I YOUR LAST CHANCEI j * NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT AT 10 O'CLOCK \ E5 I THE GREATEST SLAUGHTER SALE | | O MEN'S AND CLOTHING O | Ever Inaugurated on the Pacific Coast Comes to a Most Successful End. 3 ******************* —'*g 1! CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. To Enable All to Have a Chance f CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. J1 — ************************************************ t********** ************************************* AT THESE UNPARALLELED BARGAINS, ZZ% | YOUR LAST CHANCE YOUR LAST CHANCE! 1 E= Ends Next Saturday Night at OUR STORE WILL BE OPEN 3 $T Ten O'Clock to Secure Ends Next Saturday Night at ES Ten O'Clock to Come to g MEN'S SPLENDID To-morrow-OV[onday"Evening Till 10:30 O'clock '. Our store and Select 2 I LATE STYLE And Tuesday/July 4 th, Until a p.m 3 c all-wool suits Mens Ricnly-lailorea Dress Ms| A corps of Extra Salesmen has been engaged to politely S . _ __„_ ______ . ~ ... . « , T . For the Unmatcriable Low Price of —« at the gift price of serve a n visitors and patrons with dispatch. Neve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

6 ADVEKIISIMINTB. M • X • The most direct method of reaching the : public and making known your X ....X W W W A UN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA Kit N T S S Tf WW W A A NNN T 8 WWW W AA NNN T 8 .*W W W A A NNN T SSSS WW WW AAAA NNN T S iWW WW A A N N N T S W WA AN N N T 8 8 W W A A N NN T SSSS IS through the classified ad columns) of Ttie Herai.p. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. f0 L A rSSo k SS.- II FFFTT FEB ODD OL AA c b 8 b lIP II X DD L A A b BS a II FF II KR D D CCD AAA h § s SII F HE D D 000 LLLLA A SS SS II F lIEREDDD A DDD L EEKTTTT S SS<S AA D in. F. T 2 AA D I> L EE T d SS„ AAA DDL E T s 2 A A DDD LLLLEKE T B SS° Inserted in the columns of The Herald at X— X • 6 CENTS PER LTNE PER DAY. : • j $1.00 PER LINE rER MONTH. 5 Special rates for a longer period. . X * Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad vertise In ins Herald. OFFICIAL CITY P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

The above is a picture of the new depot ot the Santa Fe route at the First street grounds. It is due to General Manager K. H. Wade that the mibarable facilities heretofore offered to patrons of the road will in a day or two be replaced by a handsome structure, the archi tecture of which is in keeping with the traditions of this part of the world, and which will form a decided addition to WHEELING FOR WEAL OR WOE. Some Bicyclists Will Be Happy and Others the Contrary. Entries for the Great Road Race to Santa Monica oa Tnesday. Cycling Haa iiiumed an Important Po ■ltion Hereabout!—Tho Athlete! Who Will Couteat and the Prlaea Oflfsred. Of all the various out-of-door amuse ments and prtatimes which have sprung up in the last fow years to relieve the monotony of "young America's" daily scramble for riches, none have proved themselves to be as permanent a bless ing as has the bicycle, both as a means of pleasure and recreation and also as a useful vehicle of daily life. It is esti mated t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Boreaa. Repnrtof obssrvatlons tatuu at Los Angeles, June 30, 1803: a. m. p. m. Maximum temperattm 78, Minimum temperature, SS. Indication*. Forecast lot Bojt'tera California; Fair weather; warmer; westerly winds. Marshal Dixon of Riverside, with two burglars for San Quentin, arrived in the city yesterday. The East Side News is a weekly paper published by Shaw & Warner of East Los Angeles. Its style is spicy. Undelivered telegram at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets. July 1. 1898, for Dr. J. H. Kerfoot. The State Loan and Trust company not only passeu through the panic with safety and honor, but will pay its usual dividend on July 33. Professor Payne and classes will give a grand ball and reception Tuesday evening, July 4tb. Those having invi tations are welcome. Dancing until 1 a. m. The Tnrnverein shooting section will hold its annual medal contest tomorrow •tthe East Side target range. The boys are all in good trim and a good...

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