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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 November 1874

VOLUME 111. In Published eve,/ morning oxcept Monday by THE UOU ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO, OFFICE — Herald Mean, Hook nnd Job Printing lloiihc. Slu ing .street, opposite the Court House. TEHMSI i'erunnum, by mail or express JlO Slx months " " tj Three monllis " " ................... ."■ Delivered by carriers, per week 26 cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. TERMS. One year, by muil or express,:single copy...|l no Six mouths, " I •• ' ... |75 Three " *' M «« •* . . j Advertisements Inserted nt reasonable rales All Kinds of Joli-tVork done lo Com pele nllli Nan I'rsurlsru tit frivv. Htyie, ii mi Elegance ot Workmanship. A Woman's Cold Feet. Mrs. Rattles suffers from cold feet, aud the other she warmed up a brick, intending to take it to bed with her. Who laid it down by the bed while she attended to the baby atlti then forgot about it and turned in. Alter a while Battles enine over to the bed-room, ant] when he bad assumed his night-shi...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 November 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY NOV. 11, 1874. In its issue of last evening, (lie Water Company's organ admits that it does not know why that corporation with a capital stock of 1810)000, the slutrcm of which aroquotedin the mar ket at from fSO to $So each, does not pay a cent of taxes. Tt la whispered on the streets that the ring have thrown Mr. Tiffany overboard nnd Win try to beat Mr. Beafory by concentrating all their strength on Mr. Sabichi. This is unkind to Tiffany and unfortunate for SAUieitr. Governor Bradley has been re elected Governor of Nevada by 2,300 majority—more than double that of bis first election. Even Nevada —the rotten burrough -is able to appreciate the value of a good and thoroughly honest man—when his opponent is a man of only moderate means. The Visalia Democrats tired one hundred guns in honor of tho recent victories of their party in the-East. If Democrats have been using their victory - celebrating money only for that purpose, they must have a...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 November 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY NOV. 11, 1874. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. oNl* Imij.Wl per wqnaiw often lines, first Insertion, and TWMrrr-Ftvs cents per siqnare roroseti snbseanent Insertion, LOCAL BREVITIES. The Banator sailed yesterday for San Francisco. Sec advertisement of tho Thirty- Eights l ball. Tho Good Templars will give a so cial to-night at their Hall. The " Thirty-Eights" will give a bail on Thanksgiving night, the 26th Inst. Passengers tor San Francisco or San la Barbara by the Ventura will leave this morning by the 10 o'clock (rain. After flic F.tli of this month the af ternoon train from Wilmington will leave that place at 1 o'clock, Mr. Doekweiler goes to Fort Yuma for a short visit, and not to locate per manently, as was erroneously Stated yesterday. There are messages at the Western Union Telegraph office for Henry C. Austin, il. a. Barclay. I). P. Walsh, M. I. Chaihs, Dupoy Ramon. See advertisement of diamond ring lost, for the return of which a reward of S...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 November 1874

Xv; Jitter* iUvald. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WKDN KSDAY NOV. 11, 187 L POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. RMWhtIM Francisco iinil Northern Tel egraph stage Line-Arrive at 7:20 A. M.; clone nt 7s* P. tt. Letters Intended for registry iiiu>i \m presented before tt I. M. Coast 1 .itic stations between San Francisco ami l,os Angeles, via Santa Barbara—Ar rive a! %tm A. M.; closes at S:(H) P. M. San Diego Line San Diego, Anaheim, Galla f iii, Caplslrano, etc. Arrives at 0:20 P. M., Closes nt 7: 0 A. M. Southern Arizona Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way stations -Tri-Weekly Ser vice Arrives Sunday, Tuesday and Fri day al 8:20 P. If.; leaves Monday, Wednes day, and salurduv : Mall closes nt 7:.'« IA. M. Northern \n/.oii« I'rescott, Wlekenberg and Wav still ions -Semi-Weekly Arrives Tues day and Friday tit 0:38 P. M; leaves Tues da'v and Friday: mail closes at 2.15 P. M. San Bernardino and Way Stations—San Ga briel, Xl Monte, tttterside, etc.; arrives at g:SS \. M.: closes at 2:15 P. M. Wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 12 November 1874

VOTjUME 111. Is Published cvoiy morning except Monday lj tt r\ . by 1 ' ,'. IU O THE LOH ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISIIINU CO. OFFICE iiernid ntraan Hpaat aawl Job f*rlntlu« House. Spring street, op|«oslle the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express }I 0 six months •' " H Three mouths " " • ;t Delivered by carriers, per week, Ifi cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is pnbttsbed every Saturday morning. TERMS. One year, by mail orexpreM,aihgld cApv.4| no six months, " * •• ' ... i 7", Three " " " " " ... \yy Advertisements tnseiled at VeswonablO rates All Klmlttor Job-Work done to <'om- JM ie with Man KraiirlMcn In li ieo. Ityle, nml KISMjraMCe ol Woi'kniw>islill>. If you want anything iv the gottta' itlinisiiitii; gooda Mop—jjooil foods at low prices—go to the " Identical," SH Main Htre.'t, lVrry A Riley Block. Everybody Is wondering why the BARAAM is selllujthelr goods so cheap. The reason Is I hoy must clear out their Spring and Sum mer goods to make room for ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 12 November 1874

~£ci:. Irttgfft* itcvald. CiTY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TMIHSDAY NOV. 12. I*7-1. Til i: Water Company's organ affects lo rejoice thai the ring has thrown Air. Tiffany overboard. The act, If consummated, will leave Mr. Tiffany his reputation as a private citizen, but it will be death to his official aspi rations. Th k Water Company's organ says: "Combinations that have axes to Kiimi arc careful not to select the kind ol' timber of which Mr. Tippany is made." This is good; good as a joke, but as a matter of fact it reminds one oi iho voting fellow's conundrum. He pointed out a young lady and said lo a companion, "That girl Is my sister, but my lather and mother are not her parents." The "widdle" was not solved for tt year or more, and then only by tho young man himself, who admitted (hat he lied about it. Mr. Tiffany may not be tho kind of tim ber that a combination with an axe to grind would select, but last year when a Combination of Democrats had an ttxe tfl grind they induced Mr...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 12 November 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Till US DA V NOV. 12, 1574. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ONE li U.i.\!i per S.piaie of len lines, llrst . .sort ion, and rw i:n l Y-i'l v R ecu is per Square lor each subsequent insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. The Orizaba will sail for .San Fran* cbuo on Sunday, November loth. Quite a party left for Panamint last night i>y private conveyance. An order was received yesterday by one of our lift mew and saddlery estab lishments for fifty pack-saddles, to be Used in the I'unainint traffic. The Mohonyo, taking passengers for now York via Panama, will stop at Wilmington on Saturday, Novem ber I4th. Nine car-loads of freight, besides passenger and baggage coaches, w ore brought up from Wilmington yester day afternoon. Mr. Geo. S. Su fiord, who for the past six mouths has been in charge of a Government telegraph office in Arizona, returned to tho city yes terday. Mr. J. Ij. McAllister, a former resi dent of I,os Angeles and for a few months past engaged in business i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 12 November 1874

CITY AND COUNTY Or FICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY* KOV. 12, 1971. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Fasten., San Frsnelscn nnd PaHhei'B' TH* (mull stage Line -Arrive ut 7:20 A. M.j close it Tli»P. M. Letter*lnn-ndcd tot registry iiiuvJ •>•• presented bgforeOPt M. t..n: l.;ii.- Stsiinns lictwecn San Francisco and I**) Artgsles, via Santa Barbara— Ar rive »i (.;.*» .\. il.; closes attend I. Al. Hfi'i ftb-.-i l.lin—San Ptego, Anaheim, Galla iiu. i;.ipi>uuesJ, etc.—Arrives ut P. M., elotos at 7:.J) A. M. •southern Arlzeuu —Tucson, Yuma, Arizona tlty, and Way Slut i mis-Tri-Weckly /Ser vice Arrives sumiay, Tuesday and Fri day ai i:24P, M.I leaves Monday. Wednes day, an.; Saturday: Mall closes til 7.:W A. M. Sorfhcru Arizona -Prescott, Wickcnbergtind Wav Stal ions seial-Weekly—Arrives Tues day and Friday af ".i:."J-» 1\ M; leaves Tin s tloV and Friday; mnil closes at 2 15 I*. M. Sun Bernardino and Way Mia!ions -San Ga briel,Kl Monte, Rivonddr, etc.; arrives at 8:35 A. M.; .-loses at 2:15 P. M. Wilming...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 November 1874

VOTjUME tit. lb Published eveiy except Monday by TDK LOS ANOELES (MTV AND I'Oi' >'TV I'RINTINO AND PC P.LISH tNO <'■ >. OPPlCE—llernlil Sleuin Itool, nml JOsV ■>rlnllii«r lionve. Spring si reel, opposite the l.'onrl House. TERMS! Per annum, by mall or express <H(I si x uionl lis " " tt Three mouths " " • { Delivered l y carrier*, per week, 25 c. ids THE WEEKLY HERALD is published everyHalnntnyiiiorhlitg, terMh. One year, by mail or ex press, single enpy..dj.l tm Six inontlis, " •• " ■• ' . . I 7") Throe " " ■ " " " ... i tio Advertisements inserted at reasonable rates All Hinds of Jolt-Work done to Com nete with Kirn Frnneiseo In- Hrloe. Nlyle. nml Klcyance ol WorkiiimiHlii|>. [f you want anything in tho gents' furnishing {roods Hn-e- eond gondfi tit low prices—go to the "Identical," 88 Main street,'iVrry A Jtil.y Block. Everybody is wofiderlng wiiy Ihe Bvvzaah Is Hclltngthelr goods so ciieap, The reason is they must clear out their Spring ami Sum mer goods to make...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 November 1874

£o i jrttfflm JReraW. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY NOV. 13, 1574. OK the city assessment roll, amount ing to 115,800, the officers have col lected $35,808— over three-fourths of the total amount. Nearly the entire taxes on real estate will be collected. A considerable sum due on personal property will be delinquent. The City Water Company's taxes are in the neighborhood of $450, which will be delinquent, as that corporation lias uniformly refused to pay taxes. They pay the city 9 WQ per annum, for which they claim an exemption from taxa tion. It will be seen that the city would be the gainer if she gave them the bonus aud required the payment of their taxes. Tiik Evening Express, while pre tending to point out the causes which prevent many people from taking up their residence in this city, carefully avoids mentioning that it prevented many families coming here by pub lishing a false statement to the effect that the searletina was an epidemic in this city. Our little cotem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 November 1874

by several members of the Council should not be crowded through with out mature deliberation. H our report of the Council proceed jugs is not perfectly lucid to-day, flu fault is not ours. We have never seei a wort:" jumble of unparliamentary usages than the City Fathers suecoedei in making at their session yesterday afternoon. At one stage of the pro feedings the report of a committee, i petition and a remonstrance were en tertained all at once, with a numbc of motions ar.d amendments tackei on. The medley of intraonoles wi\ beyond the ken of any ordinarv^liior « Jjf\J Common Council Pro^^tasv Tiuutwo.vv, November lulli, W-l. The Council met at the usuuPhour with the following members present Coun oilmen Beaudry, Sabiehi, Huber Workman, Gerkens, de Ceils am Doekweiler. Absent: Chavis', Valdo; and Mascarol. The minutes of previous neetkq wore read and approved. The Marshal reported the colleetioi of $7,2*1 'JH on account of city ta: since his last report. Placed on tile. The Committ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 November 1874

I>, |Ufttt?!fl SfvaltL CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FKIDAY NOV. 13, 1871. A Horse down. When a horse fall". doWfl, says an exchange, fourteen nun put their hands in llieir pockets and :isk each other why they don't do something. Fifteen other men advise the driver till he is half msid, and two small hoys stand by with their hands clasped and an expression of determination written on every lineament. Then several men ask'why Somebody don't hold his head, until one old gentleman volun teers to hold it. lie stops forward calmly, Lends over the prostrate ani mal, and puts his hand gently on Ins ear. The horse, getting tired, raises his head suddenly, the crowd laugh., and the old gentleman seems to take no further interest in the proceedings. Then the horse, haying had all the fun he can have, riseslike a tidal wave, and the crowd disperses. ■ Decern her loth is now named as the time when the Hrst train will traverse the full length of the Marin narrow gauge road. COURT REPORTS. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 November 1874

VOLUME 111. §$* iicvaUl. Is Published evui.v morningeaoopt sfondaj i i « by,.... TKE I.OS ANOFI.F.S CITY ANIi COOVTI PKtJTtINO AMI I'FHIdSHINU C<>. OFKK X llei-itlil Mtctiiu Bisik sml J«l> I'l iiulinf House, spring street, opposite the Court House. TFHMS: Per annum, by mall or express Jill six months " " « Three months " •< • ;j llelivered by carriers, per week, 95 01 Ut* THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Salurday morning. ti:hms. < hie > car, by ma II or express, single c. py :'. 00 Mix uiuulhs, " " " '• ' ... I 7f> Three *' " " " " ... Ipo Advertisements inserted at reasonable rates All Kliulhol JnliAVork done lo Com pete Milli Nnn 1 raiK'lsco iv I'rlee. Nl.vlc. nii<| ICicjtniiee ssj Morkniaiisliip. How They Played It on Dougherty. « Olio (lay last week four or live De troiters went into Macomb county to shoot squirrel* atttl kick I heir shins against logs :iikl fence roils. They had Just eaten a cold lunch in the woods, when 0110of.tlte parly, :v young ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 November 1874

CiTY and county official paper. SATURDAY NOV. 14, 1871. Boi H the Han Francisco Vltronn-.i find tlic rrttt they fire ono In thought, s. aliment and ability-arc just now occupied in dealing out advice lo Ihe Doiiu.oi atic narty. Their suggestions arc rendered all Ihe more valuable by the tact that neither of them have ever beeu friendly to the Democratic party, and im iiher ot'l heir editors have any more conception of Democratic principles than a Chinaman oft be Ten t 'nnitnandnionts. Wi; this MOftling publish another communication on Ihe Mayoralty, in whirls Mr. Tiikanv's moid as Fore man of the Qmud Jury is shown to be anything but complimentary. The visit to the Water Company's reser voir was outside of the Grand Jury's duty and the fulsome puH'of the com pany incorporated In the report had no mure business there than a chapter from (he Koran. It may not have been' Intended as a bid for tlic Water Company's support, but it certainly has that appearance. Tub Water Company's lilllo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 November 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY NOV. 11, IST I. in unw——nw—imii nwi TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ONI', IKIbL.VR per s,|imrc of Icn lines, llrst Insertion, ami t» ks i y-ki vk oenis per Square lor each Mlbeeqnent Insertion. I'ois r.M. < jj v rs< * icyi. The following posts! changes went into op eration, July Ist, is?i: Ml publications are in i postaso lo milMcrlbors in the county In which they tire published, (looks and peck* IMfesof increbumlbe, lo tint weight ol four pntMds, can be iwul hy niHil nl (ho rate of one cent fur every two ounces or fraction over. Tied osydtiiffe* may be entirely enclosed. Some porlion ol' sealed onknges must be ooencil for Inspection. LOCAL BREVITIES. Florence Kent is ploying al San Diego. The Mohongo will arrive nt Wil mington to-day, bound for Panama. The Orizaba is advertised to sail for (San Froncisco 10-tnorrow. BeV«r»] loaded teams left Ihe city yesterday for Panamint. For a good oigar, go to Hugh Keep an, N<>. 10, Commercial street. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 November 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPLR. SATURDAY No\ 14, 1574. Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. Movement* of tlic KcpnbHeoii Leader* lo It<•<•«»*•'r Lost Urolind. Cii icauo,November loth.—A Times' Washington special says: Tliore are a dozen Republican Senators and meinbersjn Washington whose press, etieejust now i» given siirnilkanee by the constant caucusing which it going on between them and ollicials. The tHlhji .1 of the caucuses is the late po litical rVvo! ution and the hest moans to retrieve the lost ground, Thus tar but little lias heon said hy the Presi dent to inspire these u'ctitlcmcn witli much confidence lor the future. To day, however, it is jsisilively stated by those who have been to the White House that Ihe policy" or purification iv the party, which was commenced union? t lie "Texas oilire - holders just before" tlte cloetioif, is to be continued throughout the South and iv the North. The Collector of the Port Of Charleston, S»»itlh Caroliu.., tt UotorU our politician name...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 November 1874

VOLUME 111. Is Published eve.y morning except Monday by THE LOS ANOKLBa CITY AND COP NTY PRINTING AND PL III.ISIIING CO. OFFICE -Herald Stcnin IIooU nml Job Printing; lions-. Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express $10 six months " ** 6 Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, IS cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. TERMS. fine year, hy mall Or express, single 00py...&) no Six moiitliK, " " ... | 75 Three " " " " " ... jmi Advertisements inserted at reasonableraiei All Kinds or Jol>-IVork ilone to Com pete with Nnu Frniicisco In I»rlee. Htyle. ami Elegnnre of M'orkmniislil|i. ——^M.— n ...i M —SSBSSM If you want anything in tho gents' furnishing goods line —gootl goods at low prices—go to the "identical," .58 Main street, Perry St Riley Block. Everybody Is wondering why tho Bazaah Is selling their goods so cheap. The reason is they must clear out their Spring and Sum mer goods to make room for the Immen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 November 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY NOV. 15, IST4. Ol'K Little evening cotemporary has frown very virtuous ull ut once. It would not Meal a Cent how from tlie city If tho opportunity offered. But a few months ago it w as not above pro* poeing to (he Hkkai.d Company to put up a jol' on tlit* city printing 1■ y which tho tux-pavers would have-been swindled out of at least a thousand dollor-. It is virtuous now und the attack will probably lost until utter the) election. f . Stultifying Itself. OrJe would never suppose from read lug tho late issues of the Express, ia which Mr. Bkai -dry and his water works are roundly ruled und de nounced, tltat less than six month* ago that paper had eulogized Mr. Beaudry, pronounced him v muu of "grout pluck und enterprise," and af ter commending him for singly and alone undertaking und successfully carrying out a haaa n Jons and oxpeasi vo public improvement, which li.Might with it "a stream of gold fortlieentire border of high lands fringing our...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 November 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SFNDAY NOW 15, IST J. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. oNi: 1> ILL \II per Square often lines, first Insertion, ami twkntv-kmt. cents fwrMjuare Ibreaeh subsequent insertion. ■ ■I I Ml I'OSTAt, CHANOFH. The following postal Cflangell went Into op eration, July Ist, IS71: All publications are tree of postage to snliserihers In the county In which they are published. Ilooks anil pack ages of merchandise, to the weight of four pounds, can tie sen! hy mail al the rate orone cent for every two ounces or fraction over. Tied packages insv he entirely enclosed. Some portion of scaled packatfi's must he opened ltrrlnspection. LOCAL BREVITIES. Thfl Orizaba sails to-day for San Francisco, 'flic Tribe of Bed Men in I.os An geles is receiving new braves every week. Mr. J. W. Potts leaves for San Frnn- Cisco to-day to attend the State Tem perance Convention to be held there. Nadcau has made a heavy contract to transport freight to I'ananiint at four cents per pound. We are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 November 1874

—■s—ssi ' - 111 CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. — } ■ SUNDAY NOV. 15, 1874. Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. <l<i<-rn * Irtorla not i><-i»«! The British Uhent < .op miliar.l Match. New Vokk, November 13th—There was no truth in tho report of the death of (Juoon Victoria. She is quite well. The Daily Bulletin publishes a re view of the British wheat crop, based chiefly on estimates of Thomas Scott, of London, to show tlmt rhe up to the average of 30 bushels to Ihe acre; that tho prospects of the next crop are very fine; that tlio ex tensive clover anil turnip failures this year have caused the sowing of an unusually large area in wheat, prob ably four million acres, and cause* qnently that'the future British mar ket for the new crop promises noth ing better khan the present. Tn the billiard tournament to-day, Italy heat Daniels, 800 to 188. Übacsy won the next game, by 300 to Bios son's ly:. Vignaux beat (Jyrille Diou 300 to 17;',. The result makes Vignaux the winner of th...

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