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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 January 1893

PART 11-PAGES 9 TO 16. THEY ALL WANT IT BADLY. People of Riverside Desire a New County. They Are Weary of Present Galling Chains. The Argument Which Is Made for County Division. Ban Bernardino, no It Ia Stated, Falls to Enow the Interests of the Kiver side Orauge Growers Any Just Consideration. Riverside, Cal. Jan. 28.—1f the peo ple comprised a c romuuity of 7500 human beings were ever united, harmonious and energetic for one cer tain thing, I would like very much to have the place located, so that I could visit it and behold the population. I never have heard or known of such being the caee until I came here to Riverside. They are peculiar people, these Riversiders. They know what they want, ask for it, and when they do ask tbey generally all ask together, At present every man, woman and child in Riverside, or in the eurrounr ing territory within a certain radius, wants tbe legislature to create the new county of Riverside and define its boun daries. If there is a solitary soul in...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 January 1893

10 THE DECIDUOUS FRUIT. Banning the Place to Find It at Home. A Model Colony, Where Consumption Is Cured. Hair of tbe Plaoe iv San Diego, and Half In San Bernardino County—All to Be In the New County of Riverside. The beautiful little city of Banning now occupies a very unique position. One-half of the townsite is in San Diego county and the other half is in San Ber nardino. This peculiar position haa not resulted in any benefit to the city, and the result is that the people of Banning are now working enthusiastically for the new county of Riverside, in which they will be in toto. Banning is located in the San Gorgo nio pass, at an elevation of 2317 feet, and overlooking the Colorado desert. It escapes the hot blasts of the desert, as this in the summer creates a big draft of air through the pass, and causes the cool, ocean breezes to blow during what would be otherwise hot summer days. This place is distinctively a health "re sort for those afflicted with throat troubles, asthma an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 January 1893

VALLEY OF THE SAN JACINTO. Over One Hundred Thousand Acres of Beautiful Land. Description of the Wonderful He- met Dam and Reservoir. An Unparalleled Water System-Frnlt Land, Grain Land, WJod Land, Grazing Land—The Throe Cities of tbe Valley. Reall one of the most beautiful val leys in Southern California is the San Jacinto, which is located in the south central portion of the proposed new county ot Riverside, but which is now in the northern part of San Diego county. The San Jacincto valley adjoins River side on the east. It is 85 miles from Los Angeles and over 100 from San Diego. The valley extends 16 miles east and weßt and 14 miles north and south. There ia included within this area 150, --000 acres of fine, Bmooth land. The val ley takes in all of the old San Jacinto Viejo ranch and come of the adjoining I*B DC 1-166* Of the 150,000 acres in the valley, ap proximately 40,000 are under water and upon them anything can be raißed. This area includes the lands of the Hemet Lsnd an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 January 1893

12 THE PRIDE OF PRETTY PERRIS A Thonsund Happy People in This Pleasant Community. Gold Hives Included Among the Natural Resources. A School Whrtv the Sous aud Daughters of the Auble Red Man Are Reared. Floe tCrultund KM.In Lut, Plenty of Water. One of the most promising and pro gressive little cities which haß sprung np within the lest lew years in Southern California, and which is destined to be come a place of Borne considerable im portance iB Perris, located in the Perris valley, at tbe junction of the San Jacin to and Temecula branches of the Santa Fe, just 17 miles from Riverside. Perris has a population of about 1000 people, brick business blocks, a hand some brick depot, public schools, an In dian Bcbool, stores, churches and every thing that goes to make up a thriving community with active and energetic people. It has only been within the past six or seven years that any particular en deavor has been made to develop the lands in the Perris valley. Since then population has i...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 January 1893

ABOUT BOOKS AND BOOK-MAKERS Colonel Dodge's Valuable Work on Caesar and His Wars. A Study of the Great Captain, His Talents and Methods. Plaything* and Parodies hy Barry Pain. A i:ii>;:i aph v or the Mother of Washington — Notes About Authors. [by l. behymer ] Houghton, MtlUin & Co. have been publishing volumes which are amplifi cations of the lectures on Alexander, Hannibal and Ctesar, by Theodore Ayrault Dodge, brevet lieutenant colonel, United Stateß army, now on the retired list. He is also the well known anthor of The Campaign of Cbancellorß ville, A Birds-eye View of Our Civil War, etc, etc. Their laat volume by this noted author is in tbe Great Cap tains series, and entitled Cicaar, con taining a history of the art of war among the Romans down to the end of the Roman empire, with a detailed account of the campaigns of Caiua Julius Creaar. The work is replete with 258 charts, maps, plans of battles and tactical man oeuvres, cuts of armor, weapons and en gines of warfare...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 January 1893

14 ABOUT PLAYS AND PLAYERS. The Theatrical Prospect is Promising Hereabouts. Announcement of Attractions Booked for Early Appearances. Alba Heyirood lv Bdgewood Folk,,—A Tarkfsh Bath—Manager Wyatt's Bookiu£* — Nntos About Stage matters. The thbaters have been dark during the past week, aud but few companies of note will appear until well into Febru ary. There ie, however, every indica tion of a prosperous year in Houtliorn California ior theatrical companies. Visitors are plentiful and will be plenti ful, everybody is prosperous, and tho farmers are sure to have swelling bank accounts. Southern California for 12 months will surely bs a rich held for show people. • San Diego aldermen are engaged in legislating against show bills on which tha female form with especial reference to females' legs are pictured. It has often been a puzzle to determine why the good God created aldermen, but per haps it wae for just eurh caneorßhip as is above indicated. *** A musical expert said to the Hrk...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 January 1893

NEWS NOTES ABOUT RANCHES. Typical Facts About Southern California Farms. Information About the Culture of the Olive. Poor Oranges- :-! ore About Lemons-Fer tilizers In Orange Groves-'i'iie Culture of thi English Walnut, Etc. In answer to an inquiry, Mr. Kenneth McLellan, superintendent of the United States agricultural experimental station at Chico, Cal,, furnishes tbe following information in regard to growing olives : In selecting the varieties to plant, preference should be given those varie ties which ripen enrly, aa iv localities subject to early frostß, this will enable the picking of the fruit before the cold weather begins. There are over fiO va rieties of olives propagated in this state, most of which are new here, and have not been grown for a sufficient length of time to test their adaptability to cur soil and climate; it is, therefore, a difficult matter to tell which variety or varieties will be the beat for general planting in the future. About a year ago analyses were...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 January 1893

16 HORSE GOSSIP OF THE MONTH. Death of the Famous Irish Racehorse Barcaldine. Handicap Weights for the Brooklyn and Suburban Races. Ike Lilts of 2:09 and 2:13 Trotters and tha Prominence of Ilambletonlan Blood In Kdch—The Califor nia Horses Show Up. The grand old New Zealand horse Ti railleur, which I named in last week's article ac having fallen in the race for the Melbourne cup and broken hiß shoulder, has eince died of his injury. Singapore, the other horse that broke hia shoulder, is etill living and quite likely to recover. Tirailleur waa a horse that could have clearod $7500 a year as a breeding stallion in America if some body had got him, He wbb a large brown horse, 16 hands 2 inches high, and looked very much like old Enquirer, now approaching the twilight of hie life in Tennessee, Ido not remember ever to have eeen a handsomer big horee than the unfortunate Tirailleur. Then hia breeding was eome'hiDg on the Btiperb order. He was got by Musket, by a long shot, the best of A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 January 1893

Today's Forecast : Fair i ] Weather, and Warmer; Va- : : riable Winds. The Total : Rainfall for The Season is ; 4 11.23 Inches. i i.. i, [ VOL. XXXIX. NO. 111. SPECIAL Discount Sale! t —OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PianosiOrgans BT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH. Owing to the consolidation of the music bus iness of George 8 Marygold and M«her & Boyd Piano Co., a special Bale of pianos will be held 1b the old store of George t*. Marygold, 221 South Broadway, In order to dispose of a num ber of brand new upright pianos, of mikes t'-at the new firm of Fisher, Boyd & Marygold will discontinue to carry. Alt>o a fine line of* ec ond-hand squares and uprights, This will be an opportunity never before offered to the pub lic of Southern California to buy pianos and organs at positively sacrifice prices. We have not ttot room enough in our Bprlng-ttreet store for these goods, and will sell them no matter At whit sacrifice All the second hand pianos and organs of fered are of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 January 1893

2 The morning papers today devote a great amount of space to the subject, and con tain interviews with a large number of aueiness men who are directly or indi rectly interested in Hawaiian affairs. The views expressed by these men differ materially as to tbe policy they believe the United States should pursue in the matter, though a majarity Of them ap pear to favor the annexation scheme. All the press editorials here either de clare in favor of annexation or urge a determined policy on the part of (he United States government which will prevent any other foreign power from gaining possession of the islands. There was a conference last night between the visiting commission- US and the representatives of several firms in this city who are interested ■ the Hawaiian trade. The ci mmfßsW srs explained the purposes of tls6wvo lutionary movement in detail and de clared that on the day Queen Liliuo kalani was overthrown the only thing that prevented an outbreak among the natives was the la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 January 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. 'Notes of General Interest from . Flourishing Riverside. B«»ta Ana's Fair Association Dis plays (ireat Enterprise. toedo- Jo Shipping and T.ocal Matter*. Xordsburg Items—Pomona's Very Creditable rub lie Library. Riverside, Jan. 29.—Thevoters of the ■teiverside Heights Irrigation district •nave nominated the following gentle men to serve as directors: H. D. No 4and, Geo. L. Bush, A. H. Williams, D. G. Parker and 0. W. White; collector tfor the district, Stephen Noland; treas urer, J. H. Goodhue; assessor, S. H, Goodykoontz. The new district starts lout with all the elements of success. D. L. Burke, the Los Angeles cyclist, Will probably be here next Saturday to break some coast records on the Athletic park track. Besides a number of Los Angeles riders, the following local riders Will take part in the races on Washing ton's birthday: Lewis Fox, Chaß. Cowan, Carson Shoemaker, Will Ruby, Ji, D. Waason, Arthur Corrall and Frank Cox. The total rainfall during...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 January 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD rCBMSHEO SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Josirn D. Lucu. Jam us J. Avers. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. Entered at the postofflco at Los Angeles kb second-class matter.) DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 80c Per Week, or 80a For Month. TORXS BT HAIL, INCLCDIHO POSTAGE! Daily Herald, one year ijs 00 Daily Herald, Hi* months 125 Daily Herald, three months ills Daily Hebald, cue month ."0 Weekly Herald, one year. 1,50 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, time months 50 Illustrated Heealo, per copy 20 Office of publication, 223-223 West Second street. Telephone ISO. Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los ANt.EtEs Daily Hkralo will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be sest to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. Th'w rule la inflexible. AVERS & LYISCH. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchant.' Exchange. Sun Francis'o, is an authorized agent. This paper is kept un hie i...

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

YESTERDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES. Bishop GoodseiL's Eloquent Ser mon at Simpson Church. A Powerful Sermon at the First Presbyterian. The Bishop Discourses on Christians Abldlog la a Cave, Whilo Mr. Howard Talks About Life. Religious Notes. A fair-sized congregation was present in Simpaon tabernacle yesterday morn ing to listen to the sermon of Bishop Goodsell, the resident Bishop of the Pa cific coa|t. His text was from the ninth verse of the nineteenth chapter of Firßt Kings, "And he came thither into a cave and lodged there, and behold, the word of the Lord came to him and He said unto him, 'What doest thou here, Elijah?" " The bishop delivered an able aud comprehensive talk, the practical ap plication of the text being that those persons who have departed from the Lord after having received a scriptural education, or have formerly oeen promi nent workers in the church but have ceased, are like Elijah. They have re tired to their caves and do not know or enjoy the blessings of a holy l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 January 1893

6 ADVEBTISINU. * ♦ "; The most direct method of reaching the public and making known jour * * WWW A NN N TTTTT BSSS W WW W A A RN » T 8 8 W WW W A A > N NTS WWW W A A N N N T 8 WW W W A A X N N T SSSB WW W W A AAA X N N T 8 WW WW A A N N N T 8 W W A A H NX T 8 8 1 W W A A N KN T SSSS ■ through the classified ad columns of The Hibild. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communl cation with these he wishes to reach. OOC I, A K SSa S ss s n I'TKH ERR DUD 00 L AA 5 S 5 II F II X D D O L A A h SS s B SBo II IT II KE D D 00l AAA b So Sll 'I F, Is D OOOLLLLA A h SS s! W> II F II KEB ODD A DDI> Ii EKE TTTT oSSo AA n DI, X T 5 s AA 11 I< E KB T S BS S AAA DDI, E T R 3 A A DDI) LLLLKEI! T °SS 8 Inserted In the columns ol The Herald at * ••* • B CENTS PER LINK PBR DAY. • 1 $1.00 PER LINK PER MONTH. j • Special rates for a longer period. « * Persons Wanting Situations, Help, or wishing to Rant, Buy or Sell Property, will do well to advertise in The...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 January 1893

WAS HE SAINT OR ARCHSINNER. lorn Paine Painted as a Patriot and Philosopher. The Great Work He Ia Said to Have Done for Liberty. » Proceedings at the Memorial .Meeting Last Evening anil Mr. Brncc.'a Eulogy of the Great Freethlnkor. The Tboraaa Paino birthday memorial meeting was attended at tbe Loa An<?e -leß theater, last night, by about 600 peoplo, the sexes being about evenly divided. The Btage was neatly decorat «d and the great author-statesman's portrait occupied a corner of tho plat form, W. 0. Bowman was president of the evening and his dimgliter the poetess. The music was good, especially the performances of the Berth family, who executed the overture to Faust In fine stylo and Miss Marguerite's violin nolo was worthy of Camilla Urao her self. Mr. Bruce's oration on the life of Paine and his services to the world was moßt raptuounly applauded throughout. He is a solemn-looking man but one who hag not lost of wit while in pursuit of forensic power. Taken for all in all, i...

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

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Bepot-t of observations taken at Los Angeles, January 29, 1893 Time. Bex. Ther. HII 'ni W d j V»! j &00 ». m. 30.09 46 »2 NW 1(1 udv BrOO p. m 30 06 66 78 INK I 3 iCloudj Max. tern., 57: mm tern., ii. Kalnfall past 24 boars, 0.01 ol an inch; for the season, 11. -3. Forecast. ft Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather, warmer: variable wi :ds. A cold wave is indicated lor Colorado and Kebraska: the temperature will fall at-ottt 20 degrees by Monday night. The Salt Lake city council excursion lata will arri-e here at 12:20 this after noon, instead of 8:30 this morning, as was announced. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Main and Court, streets, on January 29th, for Mrs. Sadie Stone, Marcuß Serrolla, T. Yameasheta, R. W. White and Wm. K. Stephens. The Chinese theater last evening was .packed by the native loverß of the Chinese drama. The drawing card is an actress —a novelty in Chinese theat ricals....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 January 1893

The Wise Advertiser Pat ronizes The Herald's Adlet Columns. The Wise Reader Look* There Daily for Bar gains- VOL. XXXIX. NO. 112. SPECIAL Discount Sale! NEW AND SECOND-HAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PianosiOrgans SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH. Owing to tbe consolidation of the music bus iness of G,orae 8 Marygold and 1 IMier i Boyd Piano Co., a special sale of pianos will beheld in the old store of George h. Marygold, 241 South Broadway, in oder to dispo«e of a num berof brand new upright pianos,of mikes fat the now firm oi Fisher, Boyd & Marygold will discontinue to carry. Abo a fine line of* ec ond-hsnd squares and uprights, This will be an opportunity never before offered to tbe pub lic of Southern California to buy idanos and organs at positively sacrifice prices. We nave not sot room enough in our eprlng-street store for these goods, and will sell them no matter at whit sacrifice All the second-hand pianos and organs of fered are of recognized standard makes, end have been overhauled and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 January 1893

2 in the senate in the morning hour to morrow, unless some diversion be made. POPULrSTS SAY IT'S A JOB. In the house there is a diversity of views. Watson of Georgia voices the People's party. "It is a job, and noth ing but a job," he said, speaking against annexation. "It is a job put up by American property owners and sugar planters in Hawaii, who axe not look ing to national prosperity, but to per sonal aggrandisement." GENERAL SENTIMENT OF THE HOUSE. The general sentiment among the members of the house seems to be that tbe United States should annex the Hawaiian islands now that it has been invited to do so. But there are ex ceptions to this view. _ O'Ferrall of Virginia is opposed to the acquisition by the United States of more territory. Blount of Georgia, chairman of the committee on foreign affairs, declined to ■speak upon the subject. PNCUC -.AM OK JOHN BULL. Raynes of Maryland, another member f«f the foreign affairs committee, says : "lam not in iavor.of letting England se...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 January 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Pasadena's Council Has an Im portant Meeting. Funds Provided for Meeting tho In terest on Maturing Bonds. Soaking Bains Reported from All Sec tions—The Postmastershlp Fight at Riverside — Red lands llappenlngs. Pasadena, Jan. 30.—The city council toet in regular session at 3 o'clock this afternoon, Ccuncilmen Cox, Lukenß and Clark present, Judge Weed in the chair. The minutes of the meeting of January 23d were read and approved. The time of opening bids for laying sidewalks on South Marengo avenue was continued one week. The auditing and finance committee reported that there are municipal im provement bonda sold, unredeemed and uncancelled to date to the amount of ♦51,100, upon which interest will be due February 1, 1893, to the amount of $7555; and that municipal bonds to the amount of $9800 will mature at tbe same date; also $7650 will be due as interest on library municipal bonds February Ist, and $425 of the same bonds will ma ture at the same time....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 January 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD .. .PUBLISHED ~6EVEN DAYS A WEEK. * 11 f Joskh D. Lymh. James J. Ayibs. Layers a lynch, publishers. Entered at the postofflce at Los Angeles an second-class matter.] DBLIVERED BY CARRIERS p 'At 20c Per Week, or 800 Per Month. TIRMS BY MAIL, INCLUDIKO POSTAGE! Daily Herald, one year $3.00 Daily Herald, six months 4 25 Daily Herald, three months 2.H5 Daily Herald, one mouth- HO Wsekly HiRALU, oue year 1.50 Weekly HsaiLD, six month* 1.00 Weekly Herald, thr».e months 50 illustrated Hekald, per copy 20 Office of publication, 223 225 West Second - sjtieet. Telephone 156. Nbtloe to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los AKGtiss Daily Herald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be seat to subscribers by mail uule%s the fiame have been paid for in advance. This rule Is inflexible. AVERS <Sc LYNCH. L. p. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Ban franciscc, is an authorized agent. This paper i...

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