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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1912

Limer and ýConvention } Rates -VIA SUNSET ROUTt ro RESORTS IN IFORNIA  D: ALL THE NEST Rates are in effect pe * sl5ly throughout the Sum Rates are in effect June :ito September 30th, 1912. O'TTO: "Safety and Com fort." -lIag Locomotives, Electric Signals, Standard and M ml Sleepers, Observation. Buffet Cars. Car service best in the _ 0 articlars apply at -- eN'T OFFICE, 227 St. St. Phone, Main 4027. fin, City Passenger and f het Agent. lMterture furnished on reest. E. Bays, Jr. Newpspers, Shol boks 6ud., Tobacc, sad CiArtte. Attsatles. Slidell Avenue Magazine Fact -Lt - Fiction echanics T se mMas e mii armeoler Into a Wired House for a boue with all modern iprovements, see for electric light--t is as erential as the plumb _A House Wired for Electric Service mand comforts not obtainable otherwise eectric heating saod cooklag, the se of electric things electrical All useful, labor saving and U he is not wired, ask the landlord to hare will do it witout fuss or bother to you, and at ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1912

Algerines at Law. ý - ---- 8 ci .ssion of t. C,i lion, final account I r. Ct':,r,. t l' raft, etc. vs. I'ni ve::;ai (',n). t.- Ti- Co.. $15, adver I is inl tii. .lrt. Ali" a('orbett vs. Mrs. Laura I lJet i. : !gmuent dismissing plain Succ.'ssion of Mrs. Odile Gerdy. wid ow of Thomas Myl.es. possession. M1 S. Mahoney. t'. S. I)ISTRICT COURT. I'. S. vs. Altar, or Olive Branch Bap list Church, motion to tax fee of spe cial tutor, etc., submitted. CONVENTIONAL. MORTGA(;E. Francisco Crifasi to Joseph Pelitere. $1,000, I note. 1 year. 5 per cent, all rights, title. ,etc.. in tract of land in 5th district, three miles down right bank of Mississiplpi river. Charbonnet. Widow Julian B. liabans to N. E. Humphrey. $1,00.. I note, 1 year. S per cent, 2 lots in square 16:t of Millneburg, La.--Gautier. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Mathias Brown to Ideal Savings and Homestead Assn., lot Nunez, Homer, Verret and Newton. $6001 cash. Renau din. Purchaser to vendor, same property. $600 terms. Renaudin. J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1912

Dev to the UpulIng f tl. West ide. of the River. A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. X NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1912. No. 6. .' . . . .. . . . II . . . . . . . .'  . . . . . . . , . = . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. ..I~ I m . _-f .. .-I UI RSONALS 1D OTHERWISE iday the permit was peat- I Sltesstate Trust & Banklag 'to build a one-story brick I to cost $7,500, at the cor- . OpsdesiIs a' en'e, Bouny and MaI. Geo. Koppel and little I are spending some eston, Tex. From- there " to San Francisco, where will attend the biennial i ' the General Federation of i lcbs.. -uman spent a few days in last week. kindergarten party was I smday, June 11th, at 10:30 ' kindersarten children en their parents and friends I program which was plan. Skiladergarten teachers, to 1 credit is due. After the freshments were served I eajoyed by pupils and ] A most enjoyable ount. o Moatgomery, Ala., is here. ( ~es and little daughter I 3Wtel Aycock r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1912

Confession of a Burglar By FREID L YOUNG I alwa;y w..lkel single handed and had no c.nfldan's, confining myself to opening safes. You see, I got into the business whllo working for a safe and lock company. I became so familiar with the construction of locks that I could do almost anything I liked with them. It was the miserable pay I got that broke up my honesty. One win ter my wife and children were all sick at once and I had to hire a nurse to take care of them besides running up a big doctor's bill I got all batlled up and it occurred to me to take what I needed for the time being from the safe of a rich cousin and put it back when times were better with me. I took what I had to have, but as to putting it back that was another mat tr. Persons who take for the first time what don't belong to them usual ly expect to replace it, but the law that nece'sit ites the taking prevents the return. However, I was not fitted for a burglar, and my wife getting wise as to how I made up the fam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1912

JOHN P. VEZIEN, Prss. stens & Vezien Co., Itd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers Attention te Railroad Ordi Puemipt Dslvno. S- 14411 MORGAN STREET. PHONW ALSIERS u 11. . C m O-as es fdwe ais .a. Wes, UI s John Kleinkemper, Wines and Liquor, Wood, Coal. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc. - 3gasrd Fves d Cbar. Cemw r mis.d Venet Sts N. THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE S e.tery Improveensnte New eausnlemsnt Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths 50 Cents PLAIN BATHS SS CO.ts ed Chir;podist Ia Attendnc L.41ie' Day Every Day eit .r. L. CASAUBIEILA , CIraoroolST CHAS. HANTBL, Preprieter ra O Street - - - - - - Now Orlemns __ nig en" d Pressin Club Phem MeaN 2$2 1881 31.0 Depe.ite Wiles... - aI-GenaiRa. Trst & Savings Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $2,000,000.00. Camp Street 811 CommeS Street ALGIERS BRANCH ;PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS 31-2% on Savings AL Quality and Honest Weight Theodore DUBRET Ej Foto Market GROUND IONES FOR CHICKENS. prada's Cafe LIQUORS nd . Jusllt at Ferry iinding D 'ICATESSEN soIU mIC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1912

THE HERALD PUBIABSHD BVERY THURSDAY. Sntered at the Postomce at New Orleans as SecondClass Maill Matter. TERMS OF BUBSCIPTION. One Copy, One Month, In Advance .. 10 One Copy, One Year, In advance......$1.00 DR. C. V. KRAF'...Edltor and Proprietor Address.all communtcatlons to Dr. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret dtreet, New Orleans, 1a. Phone, Algiers 03. NEW ORLEANS, LA., JUNE 20, 1912. TIHR HERALD may be found at the fol ER p ALD tAlgiees OBme), 500 Vet ret Street TLE SRALD (City Once), 823 Perdido acHROUDER'S BOOK gTaOB, Opelom-" Avenne. OO. B. BAYS S, dlldet Aven e. Suercrlem falling to get THE HB LD regularly, will please notify the bad a Manager, No. 600 Verret Street. Pase send communiatl5 for publica dlens as early as possible, and ot late than Tuesday night. . ...... m All alamltlons, such as letters from the people and newso notes of alls, lawn ýe..i dwnces od peronal enions ill be lrted In THE IrERMLD tre of ebarge. No communleatlon will be rs aled oalms signed by the snder....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1912

Amusements Nemo Theatre Motion pictures. polite Vaudeville. Every Night beginning at 7 0. R. A. Tansey Mgr. . *. n - nwall The LASS BURLESQUE SHOWS. Daily Matinee, 2:15. Night, 8:15. b. tre Cooled by Iced Air and Electric Fans. rce'S Theatres ..........814-816 Canal St. DREAM... .117 St. Charles St. THEATRE... 1033 Canal 8t. IC THEATRE..926 Canal St. LAND ...316 St. Charles t. UP.TO-DATE Pictures Dalily. His Spats. o0 you mean to say you and hesband never bad any spats?" hstband bad a pair once, sir. .ve 'em to the boy who sprin ap grass." - Cleveland Plain Grasd Advioe r came to the minatr - advice because that sweep, bhad irven him saUe to IJ would bhave nowhere to - bd. The minister could him to lay his case before A week later the minister sad found the shoemaka erry. 'That was gan' ad g1 d we, me, ister," said the Yid my case before the Lord, me, an' oo the sweep's slkwse' "Scotch Eminis i(. 3f, V DORIS THAYBR, "T>ý Iaatt Mepiet" Omanwail BDur 3lU. SLOW Ths W..k< mas tur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1912

OVERSHOT wh THE MARK By EDWARD TOMULINSON S Mr. aul Jars. i'artridge, a well to di, Mat couple, being childless al ,ited a niece Pel of Mrs. 'artridge, Suzanna Kenton. L Snzanna was a good girl and, being F. an orplhan, gave her whole heart to W.; her fost 'r parents. When Suzanna J. F was eighteen years old a sister of Mr. W. Partridge died, leavi'g destitute a The daughter about the same age.. His buG uncle felt it his duty to take his niece cha Into his home and give her a living.lo His wife didl nt r.lish this new ad dition t, the hbnus:hold, but since her org husband hal consented to her receiv ing her own relIctive she could not re fuse her cons.:ent to his taking in his niece. C Blandlna (Ci,fts. Mr. Partridge'5 niece, was a very different person eve from Suzanna She was very. very plausible. very unscrupulous and inl ordinately seftlish. What property the L. old couple possessed Iselongedl to Mr Col Partridge, and it had tIecn understood wol that Suzanna would inherit it. It...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1912

mer and i Convention ' Rates N " TO RESORTS IN ALIFORNIA AND ALL THE WEST Rates are in effect pe Seidilcally throughout the S8m Rates are in effect June Agg to September 30th, 1912. MOTr1O: "Safety and Com fort." " wring Locomotives, Electric iaek Signals, Standard and S rist Bleepers. Observation haury-Buffet Cars. Car service best in the " tall particulars apply at lt IJCKET OFFICE, 227 St. °-hr St. Phone. Main 4027. bs algn, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. literature furnished on re4;uest. E. Bays, Jr. Newspapers, School Book, Goads Tobaooo, ad Cigarette. Nm am kImuls Pnri.u She.pt Atteatie. 141 Slidell Avenue Magazine Fact e. -. Fiction S mtaim Wetre Mechanics azine A dcss as.. mcaorz~? ll2 e Into a Wired House for a house with all modern improvements, see red for electric light-It is as essential as the plumb k A House Wired for Electric Service and comforts not obtainable otherwise electric heating and cooking, the use of electric oer thins electrica. All fudu labor saving...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1912

Algerines at Law. -- -- & CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Algiers Cornice & l'iunlbing Works, Ltd. vs. E. I, Ievy et als., judgment for plaintiff against E. I). Levy for $1,. 180; demands against Geo. A. Vatter and Hirsh-Levy Realty Co., rejected. Succession of Samuel Schild, posses sion.-Robert O'Connor. Succession of Amos S.mms, posses sion.--A. A. Sunseri. In the matter of the minor Esther H. Schild, family meeting.--Robert O'(on nor. WILLS. Samuel Schild leaves the usufruct of his property to his wife, and naked ownership to his children share and share alike, and names his son, Charles S. Schild, as executor. CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGES. Philip Bonmarito to John Pfeffer, $5, 000, 2 notes, 1 and 2 years, 7 per cent., 4 lots, Teche, Nunez, Lamarque and De Armas.-Fleury. Joseph Cazaubon to Cornelius Gast, $500, 1 note, 1 year, 7 per cent.. 2 lots, I)iana, Newton. Odeon and Orleans. Mahoney. Mrs. Polly Johnson to Oliver Dorsey, $175, lot, Teche, Iamarque, Nunez and Socrates.-Ward. All He ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1912

THE HERALD. De" to the UpbWalnlg of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."'-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1912. o.7. ag SONALS n .ARD OTHERWISE d Dam osae from our town who at* ho eeommencement exercises of ape College, Bay St. Louis, h  ed Mrs. Wm. Salathe, Thos. afti Mrs. L. Wiegand andtel, Miss Carrie and son, Wil- C see Adolph Weigand was award- urd with honors of gradne- P St. Stanislaus College, Bay brio Slast week. can Mrs. R. E. Whitmore spent the svI at Jefferson College last En the commencement ex Ke; -O their return, they were Ma by their son William, bse a student at Jefferson the past year. Oihlumbrecht was attacked aon the left thigh by a vi- Dr the owner of which is not shi pidy night while playing in dv4 sear the home of his moth- his ZlL Schlumbreeht. 541 Atlantic for ' Ce was taken to the hos Stlament. at Mrs. K. J. McMahon are re ulations on the arrival baby girl at their home. we 'i0 Me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1912

A STUPID LAWYER By C. D. ARKWRIGHT I am what is called a shyster luw yet. It Isn't my fault that 1 rise no higher In my profession; it is fate. When I graduated from the law school my ambition was to be some day chief justice of the United States. In two months I was ready to accept the at torney generalship. Then 1 fell In the scale to covet a fair practice. And now I am a sbyster. I am the mean eat kind of a shyster. I devote my time to separating those whom God has oined together, not the higher, but the lower classes. I have secured a divorce for a tee of $5. One day a young couple came to my office to get divided. Their ages were the man nineteen, the girl eighteen. He wore a threadbare coat that Indi cated be was or had been a street car conductor. "Mr. Lawyer," he said, "I suppose it costs a lot to get a divorce. We had to sell our furniture to raise the mon ey. But we got $i0 for It. Here It He opened a pocketbook and took out eve dirty ten dollar bills. Hls wife stood by l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1912

tens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Shi Chandlers and Grocers A" s atLbn to Rallresd Ordme. PrMp O kWk 143816 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALIuErS il. p,., mC .. asos. ews, sr_.ei a W, Ea Win1 Ls John Klemkemper, Wines sad qaneraw Wood, CoI, Hay, Csra, Oats, Bra, Etc. g S.bere Fm ha..d C.... C a.. v... umni . THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE S.atlry Inmprevesietea New Menlesment Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths SO Cents PLAIN lATMHS 2 Osets buur Wsd Chiropedlt iL A.tten·d L.bee' Day Every Day / R.J. L CASAUBIEILHI, CsIsorOnIsT CHAS. HANTEL, Preprieter gntl Street - - - - - - New Orleans Bt Cmamiq and Pressing Cub Ps.. Mals 2$12 10e1 SAL Dep ak. Wdese.. al-Gnrmula Trt & Savisp Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS WUMaSn -,t Cap Street 811 C.m.s. Street ALGIERS BRAICH PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS ; :31- I- on Savings AL Quality and Honest Weight RK Theodore DUBRET EF Foto Market GROUND IONES FOR CHICKENIS prada's Cafe LI, UORS .. Just at Fery Lamding DELICATESSEN SHighest Grade and Most Practical Courses in Busi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1912

THE HERALD PUBLIJSHD BIERY THURSDAY. emtered at the l'ostoace at New Orleansm SecondClass Mall Matter. t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oane (''yp. One Month, in Advance .. 10 (One (oy. One Year, in advance....$1.00 m )'K. C. V. KRtAr...Editor and Propretor Address all communicatlons to t -Yr c. V. Kraft No. 500 Voerret treet, 1 New Orleans, .. Phone, Alger 03. NEW ORLEANS. LA., JUNE 27, 1912. TgE HERALD may be found at the fol a lwin places :, t( THE HI LD (Algers OAcs), 500 Ve ~n reeALD (City OSce). 823 PeWSr m SCHROEDERa BOO grOaS, Opeloeses Avenue. 0p0O s. DAY, S 811dell Avenu e. Subscrlbes falling to get THE BlU ALD regularly, will plese notify the bud- ti eas Manager No. 500 Verret Street n -lese send comaunicatlons for publcsa n so as early as possible, and not later than Tuesday unlgt. All communiatlon, such as letters from i the people and news otes of balls lawnk dle, dances and ersonal mentaosa will fw lpertod or E een of earel No communiation will be e eeived unless signed by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1912

Amusements ''f o Theatre pictures. Vaudeville. Night, beginrning at 7 tr th A. Tansey Mgr. 1 hi vI a] nwall Theatre r-4 SURLESQUE SHOWS. hi Matinee, 2:1. hi Night, 8:15. in Oaled by Iced Air and tr electric Fans. de g Theatres to ..........814-816 Canal St. S...117 St. Charles St. SATRE... 1033 Canal St. THEATRE..926 Canal St. ...316 St. Charles St. UP.TO.DATE tt Pictures Daily. Ic lbs meanw s n. Sheeaneers were peaceful m and Dutch settlers in West Indies, and they re- 21 Usl on account of their their meat. in the In p a buccan, or hurdle. resented strongly the tLbs foreigners and made to oust them, but the we. a hardy set of men with the musket, so resisted all the Span edd obstinately remained What it was that cause to abandon their .pemeeful mode of living 1~e it is hard to say. G esstant harrying to a were subjected by the re them to retaliate; the reason, theirdepre wessered the passage of ma an undertaking of ito merchantmen. and has come down as bbery, murder ad all Birthday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1912

WAKING UP A TOWN By M. QUAD Copyright, 1912. by AssoclI'e* Lit erary t'ress "Do you know. sir," said Deacon Slinger to Abraham Scott in front of the postoifl'e one evening-"do you know that this town of Beverly is slow, the slowest in, the state?" "Yes; business seems to drop off a little every year," was the reply. "And why are we dead and dying here'r" asked the deacon as be step ped up on the platform beside a bar rel of kerosene, for it was postotfice and grocery combined. He waited till his audience had shut and pocketed their jackknives and then answered his own question. "Because nothing ever happens here Does any one die? Do we hare any funerals? Does any one ever get mar riled? Does any one steal? Has any one present even seen a dog fight in the last two years?" "No, no!" "Something ought to be done. des con." suggested a voice. "And don't I know it? Don't we all know it?" "Might call a public meeting and resolve," was a second suggestion. "Resolve what--that we are going t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1912

or and vention "Rates -VIA TO RESORTS IN IFORNIA ALL THE WEST RaIes are in effect pe throughout the Sum j.Ralt are in effect June r lkptember 30th, 1912. ' "o: Safety and Com fort." Locomotives, Electric i pals, Standard and Sleepers, Observation Or service best in the articulars apply at OFFICE, 227 St. SPhone, Main 4027. City Passenger and fleet Agent. 3terture furnished on E. Bays, Jr. Schal Hoka, Oed". TebacO= sad Cisarttee.  •tiw SAlull Avenue Magzine -, ct a ms" iction -we ggs as ag wry s wv **WWAY Into a Wired House r a hous with allt mda impsrowmat fw r usgl-It is as ssenatisl as the plumb A House Wired for. Electric Service , rad e-rs t - e Luabsw hatbig ad cSo,0 the -se of electric -dlseectrcaL AB meful, labor nving and he ois m~w ue.w ask te landlord to ba ad it wikbut uss or bother to you, and at to him. Railway & Lighting Co. K A. CAn, O.....sl Maas. S. 3T4ARM34 H10emsM ya. d wý " t i l y C y , n -ti Remember We Make The Best Ice Creams! Why We Make The Best...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1912

IAlgerines at Law. Civil District Court. Suce,, .sion of Emma Vossler, wife of lHenry Godpied Dihlmann, posses sion.--!'. F. & . J. Hlennessey. Successiond of Mrs. G. II. Dehlman, jitp n:el:r putting husband and heir in posse, sion. Dr. Charles V. Kraft, etc., vs. Uni versal Cotncrete Tie Co., judgment, $15. The Crigler & Crigler Co. vs. Jo seph Rumore, $246.88, open account. Hall, Monroe. Leimann & Leverich. Succession of T. Finegan et als. vs. B. O. Fincgan. etc., submitted. S S. 1eN::lyv ot als vs. H. P. Mc Neely et als. judgment signed. E. Laine vs. Algiers Ry. & L. Co., judgment rejecting plaintiff's demands. Conventional Mortgages. Mr. Foster Jefferson to II. F. Ben nett, $435, 2 notes, 2 ears, 8 per cent, J lots, Bringier. Nunez. Lawrence and Hermosa.-Vidrlne. Contracts. Widow and children of Joseph La cobte, owner, Joseph W. Lennox. con tractor, one-story raised frame double cottage, Newton, Sumner, Homer and Olivier property, $3,140. J. Bodenger, surety.-S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1912

THE HERALD. Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. ;)OL. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1912. No. . PERSONALS i AND OTHERWISE Yeager has been trans from the local police station "orporal Le-vis has been assigned Vaughal returned Sunday a business trip to Chicago, De -"l other Northern cities. Koppel and daughter. MZs Koppel, have returned from Miss. .8. Hogan and Miss Isabel Ho 0e at Columbus, Ohio, the guests . and Mrs. Springer, formerly of Myrtle Buell, of Baton Rouge, guest of Miss Ida Kinkaid. Ora Chattan, of Berwick, is Mrs. W. Babin of Alix street. * United Fruit Company's steam Arbanarez w..-. taken into the - Dry Dork Tue.day afternoon to gMped and painted by Captain M. i., the marine contractor, who a record to be proud of in doing mnracter of work I orence Burgis is visiting her r, Mrs Augusta Weight `I Mandeville, La. Maude Harmon and daughter, are the guests of Mrs. E...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1912

Diamond Cleaving. wThe art of r'." ialdpid|:!r'" i, one of the - "',"st d,, . . e. 11, t i of m echan ical force k:lo ', i e I practict.l dia Sni, e' n'or I r'!,, Ii: iv f:acts about pr' * 1 -.i,, ;"h iare ealed Ibooks (Viti i lII' r i-t- F r instanlcne. it le ltpii. i's iho have found o:it thr: Iili :1i.1, cmmiing from the Gi;'ret d u-i ' t vi.r:- rewarkabl: inl tLeir ,i,,ir,-s :.f hardness. It appears that the hardest. diamonds come fromr New Sfith Wai:ts. An unfamiliar flet is that diamonds are made to assume approllmanly the required shale by slitting inul cleaving and by "llruting." which is the rubbing of one diamond against another, before they are sub mlitted to the poliling wheel. In cleaving the diamond is cemented on the end of a wooden stick and a steel blade is drivtn with a smart blow in the direction of the natural plane of cleavage. I!amonds that have been cut by the lapidary's wheel lack some of the brilliance possessed by those that have simply been cleaved.-New ...

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