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The Advent of the Mining Man. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
The Advent of the Mining Man. The era of the departure of the prospector and the advent of the mining man has reached Searchlight. The great number of transfers of mining property In the past six months is proof conclusive of this statement. The Searchlight mining district Is the largest in the United States, and prospecting is continuing as lively as ever and there is just as good ground as yet unprospected as there is in the immediate vicinity of the town. These transfers that are being made are of properties that lie adjacent to the proven mines and are being gathered up by substantial mining men who will put the money In the ground to develop them. This activity in the transfer of Searchlight properties to men who will mine is indicative of what the future prosperity of the camp will be. With mines all around us for miles and miles, and even under our feet, Searchlight is the central point of one of the greatest mineral belts in the world. This fall will see the opening up and d...
The East Skeptical of Mining Promo; tions. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
The East Skeptical of Mining Promo; tions. The East has been somewhat skeptical of mining promotions in the past, but this Is nothing against mining. The 'fault has been with the East •Itself, £ays Mining Topics. Investors have not carefully looked into the statements which were laid before them in such glowing language, and whose sole license for existence was a brilliant imagination on the part of the promoter. The first-exhibit for the State Fair at Sacramento is already in place. Baron Takakl says four-fifths of tbs Japanese boys are now studying-En-glish, and that It will soon become the language of Japan, and later of the world. * -j
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
White Swan Liniment The BEST LINIMENT for RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES, LAME BACK, STIFF JOINTS, NEURALGIA, Etc. Wo Sell and Rmoommond It. W. S. Prettymag &amp; Son Highland Park Pharmacy 5705 Pasadena Ave Phones: East 595. Home 39105 HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET LILLIE, MILLS &amp; CO. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meal Telephone Orders Promptly Attended To Phones East 88 Home 39034 5725 Pasadena Ava Mrs. Cm Rm Heath 5117 Pmmndonm An. ...MILLINERY... Our Prices Reasonable. Made Over Workl Specialty Careful Attention Given to Every Order Ely© Years at Gage’s, Chicago Mokt Girt Decorating Potttry Going East on the Santa Fa You can visilquaint Moki Land, the Petrified Forest and the Brand Oanyon of Arizona S The Editor’s New Shirt Did you ever stop to think why it is that we are spending money every week for space in this, paper? This week we’re paying enough to «et Mr. Randall a new shirt, for this northeast corner. But there’s u reason, in fact several. Ist. We want lo call yo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
Bank of Highland Park G. W. E. GRIFFITH, Pres. J. W. JEFFREY. Vice Pres. ORIN LIENTZ, Acting Caster Four per cent. Interest allowed on term savings accounts. 11,800.00 Kegin. your account now. Home Phone Sunset 39228 K. 618 Highland Park See Real Estate Home Realty Co 5001 Monte Vista St The Star Real Estate Co. S. A. WHEATON, Notary Public We make a special effort to keep posted and In touch with all matters pertaining to realty throughout Highland Park, Garvania, Mermen and E. B. RUSH New York Valley, embracing forty-five tracts, to which now fines are constantly being added. We have faclli- " ties at hand to show quickly, clearly and concisely every part and parcel. Improved or unimproved, making a special study of those showing best returns as investments, present or prospective. STAR REAL ESTATE CO. 5809 Pasadena Ave. Phones East 1386—Home 39297. Are you going to the beach this summer? Let us take care of your garden while you are away. Our rates are reasonable and our work is ...
GARVANZA GLEANINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
GARVANZA GLEANINGS Mrs. and Miss Fifield have rented and moved into Miss Fowble's cottage on South Avenue 66. L. A. Peters and family are enjoying the Pacific breezes at Bay City. WINTER TOMATOE PLANTS for sale. JAS. I. CRITES, Ave. 64, opposite Church of the Angels. Merit McKay Of Eagle Rock avenue, who has had a severe attack of typhoid fever, is progressing favorably. Mrs. and Miss Preston of 502 N. Avenue 66 have returned from an extended trip in the East. The Garvanza Hardware Company is prepared to connect gas ranges and plates. It is not necessary to send for a plumber. The Donnell Brothers are building a new real estate office at the corner of Avenue G4 and Pasadena avenue. The R«v, .T. Nicholson,. paster cf the M, E. Church, and family arc spending -their vacation at Sunset Beach. Services will be held regularly daring the pastor's absence. Any persons needing ministerial services are referred to the Rev. C. W. Tarf,' CSIC Eagle Rock avenue. ♦ When In need of muslins, gingh...
RAILWAY TO 1 MANHATTAN NEVADA MINE OWNERS ARE REJOICING Recent Important Ditcoverles In the New Bonanza District Labor Scarce in Shasta County—Val- uable Placer Mines—Notes ' on Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
RAILWAY TO 1 MANHATTAN NEVADA MINE OWNERS ARE REJOICING Recent Important Ditcoverles In the New Bonanza District Labor Scarce in Shasta County—Valuable Placer Mines—Notes ' on Mining. Great Interests in the rich Manhattan gold mining district are electrified by the official announcement to the effect that the Southern Pacific company contemplates either the purchase of the Austin railroad or the construe--tlon of a .parallel-line from Wells tn that point, thence south to Manhattan and later south to Tonopah and Goldfield. In either event It now appears probable that trains will be running into Manhattan before the snow flies. For some time past the Southern Pa-1 clflc people have been negotiating for j the purchase of the Austin railroad, but In order to be prepared for eventualities It Is announced that they have likewise completed surveys for a competing line and that material for the new road has been ordered. The culmination of the plans will give an immediate outlet for the imm...
Mining at Manhattan [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
Mining at Manhattan Considerable importance Is attached t* the announcement that the machine plant has been established at the collar of the main working shaft on the estate of the Manhattan Consolidated Mining company. Development'work is being prosecuted with Increased energy. The equipment Is the most complete thus far installed on a Manhattan mine. It consists of 50-horse power boiler and hoist, capable of lifting the heavily laden ore buckets from a depth of 1000 feet, a pump, air compressor and drills. Some time since an underground water course' was tapped in the old shaft sunk &gt;on the property, and as the flow was sufficient in volume to retard operations it was deemed advisable to prepare for handling the water at depth by the installation of ,a pump. Tests made with the pump have demonstrated its capability of handling the water successfully, so tjiat no further trouble on that score is anticipated. From the levels radiating from the o’-d and new shafts the grou...
Coolgarde Placer Mining [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
Coolgarde Placer Mining Twenty-one mining claims recorded In the county recorder s 'office At San Bernardino are evidence »f a new and rich strike In the old CooV;arde placer region, lying twenty-four niiler; north f Ilarstow and north -Of the Wp term an property in the Grapevine district. The Coolgarde land Is In the old Morrow district, one of the famous producers of placer gold In the earlier days. The Coolgarde camp had considerable excitement about tea years ago, but since that time the region has been worked only in a desultory fashion.
Notes on Mining [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
Notes on Mining The size of broken or crushed stone Is designated by different names, such as “2% Inch ring,” “3-lnch stone,” ”1luoh product," etc. -The first designation is probably more accurate, meaning all the stone coming from a breaker which will pass through a ring of the designated size. The steam shovel Is responsible tor mining almost Inconceivable tonnages of ore. In the Superior Iron deposits a single shovel has loaded 4X40 tons from the stock pile In 335 minutes. .Three shovels have loaded 18,000 tons from the natural deposit In ten hours, and many other equally remarkable records have been made. Forty pounds of black sand taken from Placer, Josephine county, Oregon, yielded oversize on 10-mesh screen 18 pounds 9 ounces, which in turn yielded 13,754 grams of gold nuggets. The undersize, through a 10mesh screen, yielded 11.C grams of nugget gold. The total weight, 26,354 grams, would be worth, If pure, $10.84, giving a value per ton of $842. It Is quite probable that rec...
QARVANZA GOLF GROUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
QARVANZA GOLF GROUNDS. Overlooking beautiful San Rafael Heights and the San Gabriel Valley, upon the summit of a hill on the Camp-bell-Johnston ranch, ground was broken for what is to be the finest golf clubhouse In Southern California. Lv'iig between Scovllle's hill on the west bank of Pasadena’s Arroyo Seco and the Campbell-Johnston lake Is an undulating, winding valley with mountains to the north and west and gently rolling foothills on the east. This natural amphitheater is toeing converted'lnto an unexcelled, eighteen-hole "golf-course, C3OO yards long. Graders are now at work and during the next four months the topography of the little valley will be shaped and moulded Into an Ideal pleasure park that Is to be the nucleus of what Is termed "the gentlemen’s suburb of Los Angeles.” The club building will rest on the crest of a hill 700 feet north of the lake and will command a view of the entire golf course as It winds away to the base of a rugged range of mountains, forming the...
Fine Panoramic View. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
Fine Panoramic View. With frontage? of 180 feet -on the north and 130 feet on the south, the clubhouse will have a veranda that offers a wonderful panorama. Two driveways will approach, the clubhouse, one exclusively fer automobiles and the other for carriages. The Huntington Land Company owns the hills on the west and north of San Rafael Heights, and intends to lay out extensive villa sites. The lesidents have formed an Improvement association with a paid-up capital stock cf $lO,OOO, and will take up in systematic way the building of sheefd, the extension of electric light and gas lines and the general improvement ot the heights. A number of residences already grace the hills and contracts arc being closed for more.
Xevw Chew Your ruin. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
Xevw Chew Your ruin. The man who chews Ills pills, and thereby brings Into contact with bla palate nil the nauseous Ingredients of the medicine, Is the man who In life makes the most of his troubles, lingers on his supposed Ills and misfortunes and Injustices, and will not take hla mod Icl ne, -whatever It may be, with a smiling face and at a single brave gulp. —Boston Globe.
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS "Highland Park" now appears above Garvanza on the Monte Vista car line. Highland Glen. The Occidental Realty Co. at 5137 Pasadenaa venue is listing a large amount of property, and will no doubt sootf be doing a large business. W. H. Roth has arrived from Lakeview to be inside man for the Acme Grocery. See about that fine dustless lot In stone’s thow of 54th Avenue school, on car line, and a business lot for $1576. The Star Real Estate Co., 6809 Pasadena avenue. The Acme Grocery plans to, put a fruit stand In so as to display the fruit and vegetables tq best advantage. For sale at a bargain—Near new car line. Three lotr 120x140, all-fenced in, fronting on fine 100 foot street and back to 20 foot alley, good 4-room 1c ; simmer kitchen, hern, .largo chicken corral and Rlicds. complete; private water plant; beautiful flowers, shade trees and abundance of fruits. Price only $3000; worth $4OOO. Terms: One-quarter cash and balance to suit. Let us show you this fine...
LOOK TO YOUR INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
LOOK TO YOUR INSURANCE. The San Francisco disaster has wrecked some Insurance companies, seriously crippled others, and required many to pay-only a part of their just debts or go to the wall. Are you Insured In any of these? If so you had better look out. The St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co. will pay their San Francisco losses IN FULL. We can write you a policy in this company which has proved Itself solid. They can pay all their Frisco losses and still have net assets amounting to $2,705,000 In addition to their capital of $500,000. We can write you a policy In the St. Paul. POOR ft WING, 5134 Pasadena Avenue.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of William F. Phillips, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned executor of last will and testament of Wm. F. Phillips, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit tfie same, with the necessary vouchers) within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executor, at the law offices of D. M. Hammack, 724 L. A, Trust building, Los Angeles, that being tk* plane of business of said estate In the county of Los Angeles. Dated' the 30th day hf July, A. D. IMG. *A. A. PHILLIPS, Executor. D. M. HAMMACK, Attorney for Estate. July 30-4 w
Cenann Taking tuder DimeuKl—. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906
Cenann Taking tuder DimeuKl—. To take the census of the British empire U - a matter of difficulty in certain districts. A native official was ordered to take a census of what was known to lie a papulous village In Uganda. He returned with the report that there was no population, the explanation being that the inhabitants had fled «;i hearing of his approach. -More precise Instructions were given to him and he paid another visit to tlffe village. The result of his Inquiry was given thm in the tabulated form: Number of huts, 257; Inhabitants, men over IK years of age, 0; women under IS years of age, 0; women, 0; children, 0; total. 0.