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PLATE AND CAMERA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
PLATE AND CAMERA. The Meeting or the Pacificc Coast Amateur Photographers. The stated meeting of the Pacific Coast Amateur Photographic Association was held last evening in the rooms at 605 Merchant street, with President E. L. Woods in the chair. The roll-call showed thirty-seven members present. Dr. Whittell read a paper on "Saturated Solutions" and exhibited his improvements on a new detective camera, which holds 100 films and twelve glass plates. The new camera is the smallest made and all tests so far show it to be the equal of any yet introduced. Dr. Whittell also exhibited a new flashlight for taking instantaneous photographs, and 11. D. Warne of Brighton, England, exhibited a number of platinum prints of English and Dutch scenes, showing remarkably soft, clear and well -tocussed work. I As tha association will givo its annual exhibition next .Monday night in the Art Association's rooms a review of the slides to be there exhibited was had. The slides Were thrown on the sheet ...
Livermore'i Forestry Station. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
Livermore'i Forestry Station. The Commissioner of the Forestry' Board, to whom was referred the selection of a site in the vicinity of Liverniore for an experimental forestry station, chose on Wednesday a piece of grouud at the northeast corner of the i-'uth property,' near the town, and on the line of the railroad. The deed will be placed in the name of the State at once, and ariuugements for the station will be made as soon as possible. A stalwart woman near Grass Valley has kept her blood in circulation all winter by chopping wood. , ; She swings an ax so deftly now that she thinks nothing of cutting a cord and a half iv ten hours. ■ -
MRS. FAILING FREE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
MRS. FAILING FREE. A Sensational Scene Canscd by Her Daughter. The Girl Misconceives the Verdict and Swoons. The Mother, Overcome by the Strain, Also Fails Into a Faint. The finale of Xarifa J. Falling's trial for murder, yesterday, proved as sensational as the shooting, and probably marks the close of her appearance In public. It is just two years since, on a Sunday afternoon, Charles D. Failing was shot by his deserted wife and subsequently died. He bad been out driving with a woman called Ida M. Carroll, with whom be was then consorting, and 'passed his wife on O'Farreil street, near Mason. The pair had hardly passed when the sharp report of a pistol rang out and a bullet went speeding into the back of the recreant husband. A second shot followed quickly and glazed through the scalp of his companion. The home life of the Failings had always been of the happiest character. De at all times proved himself a kind and affectionate husband and father, and never seemed more contented th...
BOHEMIAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
BOHEMIAN CLUB. Its Annual Election Will lie Held Next -mill . — Nominees. The annual election of the Bohemian Club will take place next Monday. The polls will be open from 1 o'clock in the afternoon to 8 o'clock in the evening. As yet there is but one ticket in the field— the " regular "—to which no opposition has developed. It is as follows: President, J. -M. .McDonald; Vice-President, James D. PliPlnn; Tieasurer, 3. D. Brastow; Secretary, IC Ji. l'oinioy; Directors— George YV. i.:. mi. i-s, Mouutlord S. Wilson, B_ol__l Weill. Edward W. Towusend, 11. J. Stewart; Cointuiliee on Elrclloii of Members Re 6. Bayley, David Bust', Frank J. Carolan, VV. Noun-' rope Cowles, Harry Durbrow, Amedee .Imiihu Henry Mar-hall, H. M. A. Miller, John W. Pew, A. 11 .Small, H. M. Unsworn:, UooiKe E. Batter George Chi-more. Francis A. Cramer, L. 11. l-'oiite, Frauds H. Loilnt., Frauds Michael, Eugene 1". Murphy, A. P. Ueddlnc, Colin M. Smith, It. J. Woods. '• j-sta_l The annual meeting, for the installa...
Husband and Wife Separate. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
Husband and Wife Separate. Articles of separation were filed In the Recorder's Offlce yesterday by John Hammond Peter-nan and Ida Elizabeth Peterman. -They were married in this city on February 11, . 1888, and have resolved to part on account of domestic disagreements, tor the sum of $30 be sold and assigned to her all the household goods In their residence at 3*3 Tehama street and he agreed not to molest her in any way. *,- .*
."-111 -11-11, in liusftia. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
."- 1 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 , in liusftia. Princess Engali.clien" , will 7 lecture ;in Union-square Hall this evening " The' Nihilists and .' Other Political Parties .in I Russia." C. Mitchell Grant of : the Royal Geographical Society will give a geographical i sketch | of Siberia, and with the aid of a large map the localities assigned ■to political exiles • and ; the '&lt; route ' by which political prisoners are taken to their destination will be s pointed out. A conversazione will follow the lecture.
ANOTHER -HIP-YARD. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
ANOTHER -HIP-YARD. New Murine "tV-ivn on the Alnineda Side S_^___3___ or ihe K*lnary."^__B_Hsßa_ There are not many residents of Oakland who know that a ship-yard of no small proportions has been estabished on the Alameda side of the Oakland Harbor, near the freight-slips of tbe ; narrow-gauge railroad, says the Oakland Daily Evening Tribune. Two months ago Mr. White, the owner of the yard, commenced operations at that point, and already he is prepared to compete with Eastern shin-builders for a good part of the Pacific Coast trade. The yard has been laid out on a large plan, showing that in the future this industry will figure with much Importance to this side of the bay. ■ - A large two-story frame building has just been completed, containing fifteen large sleeping-rooms, with dining-room, kitchen and reading-room, besides quarters to be used as offices, model-rooms, drafting-rooms, etc. On the banks of the estuary is an extensive saw-mill, which is nearly completed. In it is nil ...
ITEMS OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
ITEMS OF SPORT. Athletes Getting Read., for Cham- pionship Races. Mike Cleary Knocked Oat in One Round— H. M. Johnson Wilt Start the Foot-Racers Next Sunday— Notes. The Alpine Athletic Club held a meeting last evening at its moms on Powell street, but no business of importance to the athletic fraternity was transacted. The members are training daily at the Harbor View grounds for the championship games, and they intend to make a great effort to defeat the Sau Jose Athletic Club for third place. With careful training, the Alpines will no doubt give the country boys a close call for the prize. A prominent member of the California Club, who is at present visiting X'ew York, telegraphed to a friend in this city yesterday that in the course of conversation with Police Inspector Byrnes, the latter promptly denied the report circulated by Jack McAuliffe alter defeating Jimmy Carroll, that be (McAuliffe) had received congratulatory telegrams from him. "I am positive," said Mr. Byrnes, "that...
li.-pii ill ii-.-in Club. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
li.-pii ill ii-.-in Club. Republican Club 2 of the Fortieth Assembly District was organized Wednesday evening at Teutonia flail, Howard street, by the election of the following officers- ' M Morris, President; W. J. Holland Jr., Secretary; James Haynes. Sergeant-at-Arms Addresses were made by Edgar A. liriges aud several other members.
GOOD FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
GOOD FRIDAY. How It Will Be Observed ill the arches. Services Commemorative of the Death of Christ .Upon the ; Cross— The " Stabat Mater." "Good Friday." The mere mention of the day causes in the mind of the most worldly a momentary touch of sadness. How many are the mournful memories that cluster about a day whose first observance was a tragedy whose like the world has never seen. All Christian people of whatever name or sect seem to be compelled on this day of universal mourning to dwell thoughtfully and prayerfully upon the - event commemorated, an event so heartrending in . its circumstances of sinless suffering, and yet so consoling in its aftereffects upon humanity. ■' _§BS In all the Christian denominations Good Friday is more or less strictly observed, even in those churches which at the commencement of their existence appeared not to regard the keeping of religious anniversaries as an essential part of external worship. The ceremonies of the Catholic Church on this day are ...
ADMISSION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
ADMISSION DAY. The Native Sons Will Celebrate .Villi the Pioneers.- A conference of the delegates from the San Francisco parlors of the Grand Parlor of the Native Sous of the Golden West and a committee from the Society of California Pioneers was held last evening in the hall of California Parlor, No. 1, in the Pioneer Building. The purpose of the meeting was to ascertain the sense of the delegates as to the ndvi. ability of having the order of the Native Sons hold its next Admission day celebration in this city jointly with the pioneers. :v_S-*P-__s!l&amp;S&amp;pS Wheu Grand Secretary Henry Lunstedt called the meeting to order the hall was packed with representative . men of the fraternity. He explained the objects of the gathering, and then read the following communication from the Society of California Pioneers : T uWff fW-1111-iy l»4WII_tWWIHIlllf The Society of California Pioneers. ) 6 Pioneek Place, J SAN Francisco, Ual., March 24, 1800. ) Henry l.unsietit Esq....
PUBLIC RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
PUBLIC RECEPTION. Entertainment by the California Nationalist Club. The second public reception of the California Nationalist Club was attended by a large assembly in Union-square Hall last night Tho stage was prettily decorated with clusters of pink and white roses, imbedded in twining ivy. President E. D. Wheeler presided. The programme opened with a piano duet by Mrs. Weihe and Miss Blankart,* rendering one of Schubert's delightful compositions with excellent interpretation. Walter Leman gave a witty recitation, " The Day We Celebrate." For an encore, he recited "Bingen on the Rhino." A Vocal solo, (a) Spring, (6) Autumn, by Miss Nellie Nelson, and* violin obligato by Professor Otto Blunkiirt, wero favorably received. Thomas V. Cator, the speaker of the evening, was introduced by the Chairman. Mr. Cator announced his intention of speaking upon the principles of Nationalism, and the necessity for the Government owning the railroads. He conceived the truest happiness to be in seein...
l_i.-iSO_.AL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
l_i.-iSO_.AL NOTES. L. Westcott of Valparaiso Is at the Palace. Dr. C. H. Gordon of Lodi is at the Grand. A. Yer Mehr of Kingsman, Ariz., is at the Lick. -._____ Matt Stern, the horseman, is at the Baldwin. A. J. Caton, a Chicago capitalist, is at the Occidental. -\ _-. ..... ---.•- . General A. L. Hart of Sacramento is at the Grand. E. Jacobs, a Yisalia capitalist, is nt the Occidental. Judge G. A. Xourse, a Fresno lawyer, Is at the Lick. John W. Cormick, a Eureka merchant, is at the Grand. John Aylward, a large Llvermore rancher, is at the Grand. E. 11. Magnus of Xew Britain, Conn,, is at the Baldwin. D. S. Bosenbanm, a Stockton merchant. Is at the Palace. P. A. Buell of the Stockton planing-mills is at the Grand. George W. Sanborn, a millmnn of Eureka, is at the Grand. W. B. Dodson, a Red Bluff newspaperman, is at the Graud. N. D. Tobey, a large mine-owner of Nevada, is at the Palace. J. P. Lynch, editor of the Los Angeles Herald, is at the Grand. R. H. White Jr., a wealthy merch...
Not I-...mi1l by the Statement. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
Not I-.. .mi1l by the Statement. Justice Murasky has decided for the defendant the suit of Daniel Delury vs. Dr. Harvey B. Kilbourn, to recover 5299 damages for alleged malpractice. Delury claimed he had been injured by a. linimeut purchased at the latter's drug-store on recommendation of a clerk. The Justice held that the defendant was not bound by his clerk's statements or recommendations.
No School t>n Mayday. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
No School t&gt;n Mayday. Superintendent Anderson has notified the principals of the public schools that there will be uo school on the Ist of May. Where Brooks Lived.— Peter . Brooks, how was committed to the House of Correction on Wednesday lrom the Police Court for beating Ins brother, lived at 24 Park avenue aud uot at that number on Ulen Park avenue. • Coffer-dams.— a meeting of the Technical Society of the Pacific Coast will he held this evening, at winch iUmlell Hunt will read a paper on "The Construction of Coder-dams." A discussion of the subject will follow the reading.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
'y y MISCnJAKEQPS. A sea-ser-pent, 103 feet long-, •&lt;•* as seen to coll ; Itself up in slippery folds on the coast of Florida last month. Three reliable persons caw this creature distinctly. Reader, the abovo is a "yam." If people would believe the following truthful statement as readily as they swallow sea-serpent stories, it would bo tho means of saving thousands of lives. Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery, if taken in time and given a fair trial, will actually cure consumption of tho lungs, which is really scrofulous disease. If this wonderful medicine does not do all we recommend, when taken as directed, we will cheerfully and promptly return all money paid for it. Can any offer be more generous or fair? No other medicine possesses sufficient power over that fatal malady— Consumption, to warrant its manufacturers in selling it under such trying conditions. The "Golden Medical Discovery" Is notonly the most wonderful alterative, or blood -cleanser, known to medical ...