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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES.
Meeting of Pasadena's Christian
Santa Anaas Give the Editors a Trip
BAlpptaa Notes from Redoade—Pomo
na's City Coaaell—Redlands Notes.
Pasabbna, Jan. 11.—The Union
Christian Endeavor society of Pasadena,
comprising nine different endeavor so
cieties, met last evening in the Presby
The large auditorium was well filled
with an interested audience from this
city and neighboring towns. Mr. Ed
Hall, president of the society, presided.
Two societies from Alhambra and
Sierra Madre were admitted to member
ship, bringing the total number now be
longing up to 335.
Rev. D. D. Hill of the First Congre
gational church delivered an excellent
address, taking The Recent State Con
vention at San Diego ac his subject, and
drawing many useful lessons therefrom
The Y. P. S. C. E. orchestra rendered
several selections during tbe evening,
which were much appreciated. The or
chestra is composed of Miss Ina Good
win, piano; Harold Simpson, Clarence
Ingle and Lillie Dalrymple, violins;
Albert Erskine, cells, and Harold
This union of the young people from
the various churcheß is calculated to do
good in many ways, and it iB to be
hoped that the organization may grow
and continue to prosper in its good
CHOSEN FRIENDS MEETING.
The Pasadena council, Order of Chosen
Friends, held an open installation of
officers last evening at their lodge room
in the Odd Fellows hall. A large num
ber of friends were invited in, filling the
hall to its utmost capacity. An excel
lent musical aud literary programme was
rendered, followed by dancing, good
music being in attendance.
The officers installed were: Past
councilor, J. O. Hoff; chief councilor.
Warren Rodgers; vice-councilor, Bonnie
M. Jones; secretary, W. S. Lacey ; treas
urer, Joseph Storey; prelate, Hattie
Spaulding; marshal, H. J. Munger;
warden, Mary Pierce; 'guard, Theresa
Klehn ; sentry, D. McArthur.
The report of tbe secretary for the past
year showed the society to be in a fine
The Pasadena City band met last
evening in Morgan block and elected
officers for the ensuing term, besides
adopting a set of by-laws and formally
organizing. Frank Haskell was elected
president; H. M. Gabriel, director;
Frank Hall, assistant director; Hiram
Staats, eetretary; B.P.Brockway, treas
urer. The band is now in a very flour
ishing condition, and the boys are tak
ing a great deal of interest in bringing
it up to a high standard. The band
now numbers 14 pieces, and is doing
splendid work under Mr. Gabriel's direc
tion. Meetings are held every Tuesday
evening, with good attendance.
Mrs. M. Allman left today for Chi
sago, where she will visit friends.
Mrs. Judge Knight, who resides on
South Maiengo avenue, is reported
The newly married couple, Mr. and
Mrs. William Neff, left yesterday
evening for San Diego, where they will
spend a few days at the Coronado.
On Saturday evening, the 14th, Tur
ner's company of English girls will ap
pear at Williams' hall, in the burlesque
The First National bank held its an
nual election of officers yesterday. The
same officials that have served dnring
the past year were elected.
Mr. Wm. Barber, special agent of the
Chronicle, is spending a few days in
Mr. A. O. Churchill has purchased a
home on Orange Grove avenue, near
Pasadena avenue. ,
The fire company responded to an
alarm about 3 o'clock this afternoon,
irom the corner of Madison and Colo
rado street. The blaze proved to be a
large brush heap at the rear of Mr.
Gibbs' residence. No damage was
Mr. L. E. Barnbart has sold his meat
market on South Raymond avenue to
Messrs. W. Y. Richards and Chris
Kiein, who will take possession at once.
The careless manner in which large
heaps of dirt are left in the street at
night with no light by tbe parties mak
ing sewer connections iB likely to cause
trouble unless stopped.
Pasadena office ot the Hbrald, No. 16 West
Colorado street. Advertisements and subscrip
BT. NICHOLAS, half block from terminus of
the Los Angeles, Pasadena and Olendale rail
way. Bates $5 to $7 per week. Miss I. Mc-
MORGAN'S LIVERY AND BOARD INGJSTA
BLB, rear of post-office. Safe and stylish turn
outs at reasonable prices. Telephone 56.
0. GARIBALDI, dealer in wines, liquors,
cigars and tobacco, also canned goods. Bast
flolorado street, cor. Chestnut avenue.
COOK A BCKOZA, general rblacksmithlng.
No. 15 Union street.
G. B. MAYHEW, real estate broker, 20%] West
Oolorado street. Loans and investments.
M'DONALD, BROOKS A CO., real estate, loans
and houses for rent. Bargains In houses and
ranches. 7 East Colorado street.
ARTHUR H. PALMER, D. D. 8. Dental
rooms, Bldridge building, Pasadena.
MERCANTILE LUNCH HOUSB, 32-. Bouth
Fair Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours.
HOTEL GREEN—Electric lights, steam heat
ed, hot and cold water, elevator, and all mod
THE PAINTER HOTEL, Fair Oaks and
Washington; first-class family hotel.
LOS ANGELES HOUSE, comer Colorado
street and Delacey avenue; transients, $1 and
•1.50 per day; first-class. P. Klein, proprietor.
KBRCKHOFF-CUZNER Mill and Lumber
00., corner Broadway and Kansas street.
The City Council and the Blectrio eight.
Pomona, Jan. 11.—The city fathers
■let in adjourned session laat evening.
Discussion followed upon the subject
of granting electric light franchise to
If r. Barns.
An am end men t was propoaed to aaid
franchise (which had been laid over to
this meeting) and open for discussion, to
make franchise non-assignable and ano-
Mlles' Narva and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle—regulating the liver,
stomach and bowels through the nerves. A
new discovery. Dr. Miles' pills speedily cure
biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, con
stipation. Unequaled for men, women and
children. Smallest, mildest, surest I 50 doses
96 cents. Samples free, 0. H. Hanoe, 177
LOS ANGELES HEBALD; THIJBSDAY MORNING, JANUABY 12, 1893.
ther wag to make it a plant sufficient to
produce 20arc lights or 160 incandescent.
The arc lights to be of 2000 candle power
each. This last motion prevailed and
was referred to tbe city attorney for the
necessary five days' action.
The remarks which followed by Jno.
E. Packard, Jno. L. Means and Jno.
White, holding the same position as at
last meeting (which was quoted by the
Hbrald at the time) caused as a resalt
a motion to be made to reconsider tha
motion that had just been passed, and it
was proposed to substitute 25 lights in
stead of 20. This receiving no second, a
proposition that 30 lights would be a
sufficient number was acted upon and
appeared to satisfy all concerned.
An ordinance prohibiting tbe carrying
of concealed weapons without a permit
was unanimously carried.
The much-talked-of election ordinance
then made its appearance, was read and
laid over and referred to the city attor
An adjournment was taken to the 17th
It was a light-hearted crowd and
withal a merry one that clambered upon
a four-horse hay wagon at the early hour
of 7 o'clock last evening for a "moon
less" drive to San Dimas, to partake of
the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Piatt of
that suburb. The party consisted of
Mmes. W. B. Wright, Charles Clark,
Walter Avis, Misses Luella Mullaly,
Constance Rnth, Edith Youngs, L.
Ruth, Lulu Thrall and Miss Carney,
Messrs. Arthur Clark, Burt Shutt, C. O.
Zilles, P. R. Ruth, Alba Hurtt, Frank
Ruth, Jim Manley, John Loop, Walter
Avis and Messrs. Hamner.
Arriving at Mr. and Mrs. Platts, a
pleasant party from Covina were found
in v. aiting, consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
Evans, the Misses Evans, Mr. and Mrs.
French and Mr. Mawby.
Introductions followed, after which
the evening was given over to whist and
dancing to the plunkty plunk of tbe
Tbe host and hostess did everything
in their power lor the comfort and pleas
ure of the guests.
Refreshments were served at about
10:30, and at midnight the assemblage
expressed their thanks for an enjoyable
evening spent, and bid good night to
Mr. and Mrs. Piatt and their bright lit
tle son, Master Cyril Piatt.
The return home was devoid of acci
dent, although a heavy fog prevailed.
Taking the driver's statement, that he
could not see the road, Mr. Avis had to
be pathfinder, and to his sagacity was
due the arrival in port.
The familiar countenance of Mr. John
Hutchinson is seen upon our streets
again after some little absence.
The Editors Enjoy Themselves at New
Santa Ana, Jan. 11. —The editors all
say they had a great time at Newport
Beach yesterday,and saw more fish than
they had ever dreamed of before. The
meeting in Spurgeon's hall last night
wns largely attended and proved very
interesting. Colonel Baker's address of
welcome was well received, and in stat
ing what Orange connty possessed, Mr.
Baker said we had the fastest horse on
the coast, the fastest foot racer in the
world, one of the best baseball players
in the United States, and plenty of pore
artesian water. Scipio Craig, he who
grinds ont weighty editorials on the
Citrograph, responded on behalf of the
editors. The papers read were highly
This morning the editors left for a
three-hours' drive through the eastern
part of Orange county, making a short
stop at Mr. Billingßly's, where a splen
did time was had.
At noon the train was boarded and
the visitors went to Anaheim, where a
bountiful dinner was spread, and in the
afternoon all the points of interest in
and about the mother colony were
viewed. The hours spent at Anaheim
were among the most pleasant of the
The meeting tonight at Ipurgeon's
hall was also largely attended, a very
interesting programme being rendered.
Tomorrow the editors go to Capistrano
where a visit to tbe old mission will be
made and other pleasures enjoyed, after
which the association will adjourn.
"Say, boss, can you tell me why I am
in here?" called out a seedy individual
from behind one of the wickets in the
county jail this morning. The fellow is
one of the army of tramps who have
been making this city their stamping
grounds for some time. "I don't care,
though," said he, "for after the 4th of
March there will be a change of govern
ment and when old Grover takes his
seat there will be no more tramps."
Two other hobos were taken in charge
today and there are now seven in the
The streets of Santa Ana were in
darkness last night, as repairs were be
ing made in the electric light plant.
The two Blackman boys, who ran
away from home yesterday, were re
turned to their parents, and it is safe to
say they will not soon again leave the
Sedgwick Post No. 17, G. A. R., in
stalled the following officers last night
for the ensuing year: C. F. Mansur, P.
C.; T. J. Alexander, 8. V.; J. Paul, J.
V.; 8. W. Sutton, Q. M.; G. J. Mos
baugh, A.; F. L. Sexton. C.; Charles
Schmidt, O. D.; Dr. Ferguson, 8.; C.C.
Shaw, O. G.; J. T. Nourse, 8. M.; L.
Bell, Q. M. 8.
The following officers were also in
stalled by Sedgwick Relief Corps: Mrs.
Ed Wattle, president; Mrs. J. 8. Pit
man, 8. V.; Mrs. Frank Ey, J. V.; Mrs.
E. R. Hewitt, T.; Mrs. Geo. Hunting
ton, A. T.; Mrs. Nellie Goff, C.; Mrs.
C. West, A. C.; Mrs. C. M, Nash, G.;
Mrs. W. Swearinger, A. G. After the
installation ceremonies had been con
cluded a most enjoyable evening was
passed, refreshments being served at 11
The superior conrt has adjourned un
til the 13th.
The Orange County Savings bank has
commenced an action against J. W. Ear
hardt and others to foreclose a mort
An organization to be known as the
Sons of Veterans is to be organized in
James Huntington of Bakersfield is
Hany Stafford has gone to Phoenix,
Ariz., where he will probably locate.
Miss Ella Wade, who haa spent sev
eral months here, left this morning for
Mexico, intending to remain there per
manently. Last night several of her
young lady friends met at the residence
of Mrs. 8. H. Purcell, in this city, and
presented her with a handsome gold
pen and bolder.
Thos. Vestal, an old-time Santa A nan,
has returned to this city to remain.
Don't fool with Indigestion. Take Buchah'i
Local Affairs—A Reported Gold Find
Near Point Vincent.
Redondo Bhach, Jan. 11.—Mr. Henry
Davis of Minneapolis and party are
among the guests at the Hotel Re
dondo. Mr. Davis was for many years
an official of tha Chicago and Milwaukee
railway, at Minneapolis, and as a great
surprise, met an old confrere in A. R.
Shafers, proprietor of the Redondo
casino. Thee* gentlemen conducted the
transfer business at Minneapolis of tbe
Chicago and Milwaukee railway for
many years. Mr. Davis proposes to re
main in this vicinity some time and will
go hence to San Francisco.
Dr. G. N. McAdam of Charlotte, N.
C, accompanied by his sister, Miss
Lucy McAdam. and Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Baker of Baltimore, Md., are making
an extensive stay at Redondo, being
well pleased with their surroundings in
and about Redondo Beach at this season
of the year.
Somewhat vague rumors are afloat
this morning of a rich find of gold in
the black sand along the foothills of
The steamer Navarro, Captain Ander
son, from Navarro, arrived at this .port
at 9 o'clock today. She brought a cargo
of 270,000 feet of redwood lumber con
signed to Willamette Lumber company,
The steamer Eureka, Captain Leland,
arrived at 12 :*0 p. m. from the south
and is taking aboard a large consign
ment of freight and a good passenger
list for northern ports on her departure
for the north at 6:30 p. m., schedule
Mr. C. M. Liddell gives a glowing ac
count of the rapid development of Mea
dow Park, ane of the suburbs of Redon
do, situated about 2 miles southeast near
the old Walteria hotel. Some 22 fami
lies are already located in Meadow Park
and are busy in organizing chicken and
Arrivals at Hotel Redondo are: J.
Merlin Goldsmith, wife and child, Chi
cago; Mrs. S. W. Mudd, Mrs. Robert J.
Cary, Leadvrlle; J. H. Snedaker, Kan
sas City; Henry Landes, wife and nurse,
Port Townsend ; Judge L. B. Stevens,
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. G. Morquand, Chas.
H. Carey, Portland; J. H. Davis,.Lob
Angeles; Mrs. H. R. Whitmer and
nurse, Goshen, Ind.
Arrivals at Ocean View House are:
Charles Hyler, San Francisco; David
Welle, W. 8. Tuffts, Ban Bernardino;
George Winters, Oscar Simpson, Willie
Simpson, Los Angeles: John T, Crofts,
A Fire at Monad City—News and Per
Redlands, Jan. 11.— F. J. Stefan ht*s
brought an expert candymaker from
Los Angeles to assist in his factory.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Archibald and
son are visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Hisom have
gone to Santa Barbara on their wedding
The cemetery association meeting will
be held on tbe 23d at the city hall, the
annual meeting having been adjourned
to that date on account of lack of a quo
Mr. A. A. Courtenay of tbe Rubs
Lumber company of this city lost his
house and contents by fire at 2 o'clook
this morning. Mr. Courtenay's home
at Mound City was, by reason of its ap
pointments, a model rural home. The
heavy pecuniary loss is a calamity much
increased by the destruction of the
many articles to which association and
sentiment attach an interest. The loss
is about $5000.
James T. Taylor, the civil engineer
for the Bear Valley Irrigation company,
haß arranged to go to Riverside and as
sociate himself with the Riverside Im
Mr. and Mrs. Austin of San Bernar
dino visited Redlands today. Mr. Aus
tin is here in the interests of the Ex
Several business men are interesting
themseves in the study of the Spanish
language, quite a class having been
formed by G. C. Cavalier.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Acker have re
turned from their carriage drive to San
The corner of State and Eighth streets
is being ornamented with a fine resi
dence for T. R. Griffith.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Garsten, whose nup
tials in Hawaii were such a society
event, are fitting up their home on Cit
Foresters Kleetion—Personal Notes and
RrrBBA, Jan. 11. —Last night Court
Rivera 881, Independent Order of For
esters, elected and installed the follow
ing officers for the ensuing term:
C. R„ D. M. Cate; V. C. R„ Herbert
Gores Conruraptian, Coughs, Group, Sore
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Mrs. T. S. Hawkins,Chattanooga, Term., pays:
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are sold on a guarantee to give satisfaction.
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and retail by druggists. 12-l»ly
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
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the fine properties of well selected Cocoa, Mr.
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DIVIDEND NO. 7 OF THE MAIN STREET
Savings Bank A Trast Co., for the six
months ending December 31,1892, will be due
and payable on and after January 10,1893, at
the rate of 5 per cent per annam on term de
posits, and 8 per cent per annum on ordinary
deposits. J. V WACHTEL, Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 2, 1893. 1-2-301
White; Chap., Joel Standlee; Sec, F.
W. Guthrie; F. 8., H. M. Little; Trees.,
H. Sarrasin; 8. W., 8. Parsous; J. W..
Matt. Mos*; 8. 8., J. Wilbur Cate; J.
8., E. J. Boyce.
Last Friday Walnut Grove lodge, I. O.
O. F., installed the following officers,
Dist. Dep. G. M. J. A. Nagle officiating:
N. G., Harry Moss ; V. G., A. Martin ;
Sec, J. Nagle: Treas , James Root:
warden, J. M. King; Con., J. Mv rein;
guard, R. F. Gibson; R. 8. N. G., T. N.
Ellis: L. 8. N. G., A. H. Dunton ; R. 8.
V. G., H. B. Crawford; L. S. V. U., J.
Both orders are prosperous and well
Ed A. Fish, onr new constable and
deputy sheriff, lately returned from a
trip to New York, much improved in
Mrs. George Cate was here from Re
dondo Saturday, on a visit to her old
F. D. English of Redondo and Excur
sion Warner were also eeen in our vil
lage last week.
Mr. Bud Boyd has moved his family
from tbe ranch to the Bryan cottage.
J. Mulrein has moved his family and
hia stock of harness into tbe Montgom
G. W. Tweedy has It Ay bought a
ranch near Temescal, »i..i part of his
family have removed to the new place.
They will be sadly missel in church,
school and society.
Mr. Den Dorman is fretting from the
effects of exposure to poison oak. Mean
while the ducks are having a rest.
Mr. W. O. Bailey's baby has been
quite sick with bronchitis since last
writing. Mrs. Legerwo d, sister of Mrs.
George Fish, has also been under the
weather for several days. Mr. George
Bullock has a badly sprained foot. Mr.
L. S. Purdy'e baby is indisposed. Mr.
Thomas Pallett is slowly recovering
from the effects of using his leg for a
Sore throats and colds are quite num
erous, and the doctor begins to smile
Mr. W. W. Wood started yesterday
for San Francisco, to be absent a week
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SALE OF BONDS.
PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THB
board of directors of Modesto Irrigation
district, duly given and made on the lath day
of December, 1592, notice is hereby given that
said board of directors will sell to the highest
and best bidder the bonds of said Irrigation
district to the amount of one hundred and forty
thousand dollars ($140,000), bearing Interest
at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually, on the Ist day of January and
July of each year, on the presentation of the
interest coupons at the office of the treasurer of
Said bonds are issued by the board of direct
ors of Modesto Irrigation district. In accordance
with and by the authority of an act of the leg
islature of the state of California, entitled ''An
act to provide for the organisation and govern
ment of irritation districts, and to provide for
the acquisition of water and other property,
and for the distribution of water thereby for
irriga ion purposes," approved March 7,1887.
Said bonds will be sold for cash, and for not
less than 90 per centum of the face value
Sealed proposals and bids for the purchnse of
said bonds will be received by the said board
of directors at their office In the city of Modes
to, county of Stanislaus, state of California,
and may be addressed to or left with C. S. Ab
bott, the secretary of said board, at Modesto,
Cal., at any time after the date of this notice
and until 2:30 o'clock p. m. on the 21st day of
January, A. D 1593, at which time and place
the said sale will be made.
Said bonds will be each of the denomination
ol $500, and will be negotiable in form and will
conform in all respects to the requirements of
The board of directors reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Bids must be sealed and addressed lo the sec
retary of said board, and indorsed: "Proposals
for Modesto Irrigation District Bonds."
Done by order of the board of directors of Mo
desto Irrigation district, December 15,1892.
FRANK A. CRBSSY, President.
C. 8. Abbott, Secretary. 12-24 25t
rpHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
X the stockholders of the Savings bank
of Southern California will be held at Its
place of business, on the 8. E. corner of North
Spring and Court str ets, In the city and county
of Los • ngeles, California, on Friday, January
20, 1893. at 3:30 p. m , for the purpose of elect
ing a board of dlrectois for the ensuing year
and for the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before such meeting.
SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTHERN CALIFOR
NIA, J. H. BRALY, Cashier.
Los Angeles, Cal, Jan. B, 1893. 1-9 lOt
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the needs of physical being, will attest
tbe value to health of the pure liquid
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Its exoelleuce is due to its preaen'-rug
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dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
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every objectionable substanoe.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
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package, also tbe name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered,
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Chinese Physician and Surgeon, has resided at
Los Angeles eighteen (IS, years. His reputa
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tablished and appreciated by many. His large
Sractice Is sufficient proof of bis ability and
onesty. The doctor graduated in the foremost
colleges, also practiced in the largest hospitals
of Canton, China. The doctor speaks Spanish
Office: 639 Upper Main street.
Hundreds of testimonial* are on file at the
doctor's office which he has received from his
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Notice of Sale of Delinquent Stock.
SANTA MONICA WHABF AND TERMINAL
Railway company. Location and principal
place of business, Los Angeles, Cal.—There is
delinquent upon the following described stock
on account of assessment levied November 26,
1892, the several amounts set opposite the
names of the respective shareholders, as fol
No. of No. of
'Names. Oertlflcate. Shares. Amonnt.
Hugh krlassell 39 5 S 250
Bertha L. Campbell.. 44 690 295 00
James Camp cell 45 5 2 50
And in accordance with law, and on order of
the board of directors made November 26,
1892, so many shares of each parcel ol said
stock as may be necessary will be sold at No.
204 couth Spring street, Los Angeles city, Cali
fornia, on the 18th day of January, 1893, at 11
a. m. of said day, to pay the delinquent assess
ments thereon, together with costs of advertis
ing snd ezpenres of tbe sale.
ABTHUR GAYFOBD, Secretary.
Office of the company, No. 204 Sooth Spring
street, Loi Angeles, Cal. 1-1 13t
TO THE HOKTORABLt BOARD OF SUPER
-. T.. ,he ""unty ol Los Angeles, state
We, the undersigned, freeholders within the
proposed irrigation district, hereinafter de
scribed, respeettully petition and show to your
honorable body: *
Flrst-lhat we are a majority of the holders
of title and evidence of title within the bound
aries of the proposed irrigation district, herein
after particularly described.
Second—l hat the lands contained and em
braced wl Jiln the boundaries ef the sa<d pro
posed Irrigation district, hereinafter described
are susceptible of one mode of Irritation from
a common source and by the same system of
Thud—Tbat it is the desire of the unci -
signed, aa herein expressed, to provide for the
irritation of tbe same, and for that pnrpt se
we propose the organisation of an irrigation
And your petitioners further represent that
they desire to provide for the irrigation of all
tbe lands embraced within the boundaries of
the said irrigation district, hereinafter psrticu
larly described, under tbe provialons of an act
oi the legislature of this state, approved March
7,1887, entitled "Aa act to provide for the or
ganisation and gevernment of Irrigation dis
tricts, and to provide for the acquisition of
watfar and other property, and for the distribu
tion of water thereby for irrigation purposes/
and the several sets amendatory thereof and
Fourth—And your petitioners pray that the
said irrigation district, hereinafter partlc larly
described, may be organized under the provis
ions of aaid act, and may be known as the Ac
ton Irrigation district.
Fifth—And your petitioners would respect
lnlly equest that said proposed district be di
vided into three divisions, aa nearly equal as
possible: and that your honorable board may
oirter three directors for said Irrigation district,
and that they may be elected by tbe district at
Sixth—And your petitioners would further
show in the description of said district, herein
after set forth, the following abbreviations, to
wn: The letter "B" for north: the letter "E'
lor east; the letter "W" for west, and the letter
"s" for south: the letter "T" for township; the
letter "fi" for range, snei the letter "b" for sec
And your petitioners further represent that
the lands which the underpinned desire to have
included in tbe proposed district, and to pro
vide for tbe irrigation of the same as above
mentioned, are wholly situated In the county
of Los Angeles, slate ot California, and are par
ticularly described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at the quarter section corner on
the south line ol section 32, T. 5 N., R. 12 W.,
the following courses and distances: First—
N. lb' deg. E. SB7 feet; thenceN. 38 deg. E. 198
feet; thence N. 80 deg. E. 200 feet; thence N.
S3 deg 30 mm. E. 141 feet; thence N. 32 deg.
30 mm, E. 404 feet; thence N. 0 deg. 30 mm.
E. 337 feet; tbence N. 21 deg. 15 mm. W. 503
feet; thence N. 51 deg. 45 mm. W. 340 feet;
thence N. 70 deg. 15 mm. E. 300 feet; thence
N 79 deg. 15 mm. E. 323 feet; thence N. 83
deg. 45 mm. X, 180 feet; thence 8. 88 deg. 30
mm. E 08 feet; thence E. 301 feet; tb una N.
89 dee. E. 509 feet; thence S. 83 deg. v' iln.
E. 549 feet; thence N. 35 deg. r.. 32: -et;
thence N. 32 deg 45 mm. E. 356 feel: thence
N. 52 deg. 15 mm. E. 230 feet; thence N. 23
d.g E. 488 feet; thence N. 4 deg. 15 mm. W.
370 feet; thence N. 2 deg. 30 mm. W.
1820 feet; thence N. 24 deg. 45 mm. W.
679 feet; thence N. 82 deg. 30 mln.W. 482 feat;
thence north 88 deg. 45 mm. w. 554 feet:
thence N. 80 deg. W. 402 feet: thence N. 86
deg. 15 mm. W. 266 feet; thence N. 71 dear. 15
mm. W. 459 feet; thence N. 67 deg. 45 mm. W.
406 feet; thenoe N. 48 deg. 30 mm. w. 265
feet; thence 14. 87 deg. 45 mm. W. 2171 feet;
thence 8. 40 deg 30 mm W. 202 feet; thence
5. 56 deg. 15 mm. w. 436 feet; thence 8. 73
deg. 30 mm. W. 467 feet; thenoe S. 64 deg. 30
mm. W. 936 feet; thence 8. 25 deg. W. 1015
feet; thence 8. 37 deg. 15 mm. W. 542 feet:
tbenca 8. 56 deg. 45 mm. W. 375 feet; thence
<». 62 deg. 30 mm: W. 683 feet; tbence S. 59
deg. 45 mm. w. 643 feet; thence N. 84 deg. W.
650 feet: tbence N. 70 deg. W 821 feet; thence
N. 27 dag, 30 mm. W. 1657 feet to the line di
viding T. 5 N., B. 12 W., and T. 5 N„ R. 13 W.,
crossing said township line, which is also the
dividing line between sec 30 T. 5 N, R. 12 W.,
and sec 25. T. 5N..R. 13 W., at a point 594
leet N. of the common corner of sees. 30 and 31
of T. 5 N . R. 12 W., and sees. 25 and 36, T. 5
N„ R. 13 W.; thence N. 27 deg. 30 mm. W. 56
feet; thenceN. 8 aeg. 45 mm. W. 1411 feet;
thence N. 52 dtg. 15 mm. W. 1841 feet; thence
N. 76 deg, 30 mm. W. 3069 feet; thenoe N. 90
deg. W. 3762 feet; thence N. 90 deg. W. IblB
feet: thence 8. 29 deg. ■. 1960 feet: thence 8.
29 deg. 15 mm. E. 5330 feet; thence S. 6 deg.
30 mm. E. 2750 feet to the line dividing T. 4
N., R. 13 W., and T. 5 N. R. 13 W., crossing said
township line, which is also the dividing line
between sac. 35, T. SN. R 13 W., and sec. 2.
T. 4 N. R. 13 W., at a point 1452 feet »eH of
the common corner ot sees. 35 and 36. T. 5 N.,
R. 13 W., and sees. 1 and 2. T. 4 N., R. 13 W.;
thence S. 6 deg. 30 mm, B. 1342 feet; thenoe
E 2842 feet; thence N. 83 deg. B. 1672 feet;
thence N. 57 deg. E. 500 feet; thence N 63
deg. E. 1109 feet; tbence N. 69 deg 8.650 feet:
tbence N. 78 deg. B. 44 feet to the line ■ilviding
T. 4 N , B, 12 W., and T. 4 N., B. 13 W., cross
ing said township line, which is also the divid
ing line between sec. 6, T. 4 N.. B 12 W , and
»■ <• 1, T. 4 N., R. 13 W., at a point 90 feet south
of the common corner or township 4 N , R. 12
w.. and T. 4 N,. R. 13 W.. and townships 6 N.,
R. 12 W., and 5 N., R. 13 W.; thence N. 78 deg.
E. 385 feet to the line dividing townships 4 N.,
it 12 W,,and 5 N., R. 12 W., crossing said
township line which is also the line between
see. 6, T. 4 N.. R. 12 W., and sec 31, T. 5 N., R.
12 w.. at a point 363 feet E. of the common
corner of township 4 N., R. 12 W., T 5 N., R. 12
W., and T. 4 N..K.13 W.,T. 5 N.,R. 13 W.; thence
N 78 deg. E. 203 feet: thence S. 31 deg. 30
mm, E. 50 feet to tbe line dividing townships
4 N., R. 12 W., and 5 N., R. 12 W., crossing said
township line, which is also tbe line between
sec. 6, T. 4 N., Rl2 w„ and sec. 31, T. SN„ R.
12 W., at a point 605 feet E. of the common
corner of T. 4 N. K. 12 W., and T. 4 N, E. IS
W„ andT. 5N..R. 12W..andT 5 N„ RI3W.:
thence 8. 31 deg. 30 mm. E. 1300 feet; thenoe
N. 81 deg. B. 625 feet; thence S. 67 deg. E. 322
feet; thence 8. 36 deg. 30 mm B. 800 feet;
thence N. 75 deg 45 min.Jß. 2700 feet to the
section line between sees. 5 and 6, T. 4 N., R.
12 W; thence N. on laat mentioned section line
1000 feet to the common corner of sees. 5 and
6, T. 4 N.. R. 12 W., and sees. 31 and 32, T. 5
N., R. 12 W.; thence N. on section line be
tween sees. 31 and 32, T. 5 N., R. 12 W., 1630
feet; ihenceS. IS deg. E. 1671 feet; thence B.
on line between T. 4 N., R 12 W., and T. 5 N.,
R. 12 W. 363 feet to the point of beginning.
Allot the above described land being in the
following townships, viz.: T. 4 N., B. 12 W.:
T. 4 N., R. 13 W.; T. SN. R, 12 W.; T. 6 N., R.
13 W.,8. B. M.
The above desorlDed proposed district con
taining three thousand two i undred and sixty
one and 8-100 acres, more or less.
Your petitionera offer herewith a good
and sufficient bond which they pray
may be approved by your honorable board,
which bond Is in double the amount ef the
probable oost of organizing such district, and
conditional thai the bondsmen will pay said
cost in case said organization Bhall not be
And your petitioners will ever pray.
X AMUR OF PBTITIONBBS.
Richard E. Nickel, C C. Belknap.
E. M. Belknap, 8. Hamman,
George Belknap, H. A. Bond.
8. W. Hinckley, R. I>. P. Winner,
Emma H. Greenwood, Isabella 8. Johnson,
Gustav Krneger, C. W. kelkuap,
A. Bartlett, Geo. Schlegner,
Olimplo Nlzzio, H. Reuben, '
F. Merkel, Emily Belknap,
Frank F, Truscott, W. B. Bowles, ,
A. B. McConnell, E. B. Owens,
P. B. Chase, N. M. Melrose,
W. H. Button, J. A. Wildreth,
Ed Brough, F. A. Belknap.
TO ALL WHOM IT HAT CONCgBM:
Notice is hereby given that the foregoing
petition will be presented to the Board of
Supervisors of Los Angeles county, at their
regular meeting to be held on Thursday, the
2d day of February, 1893, and all persons inter
ested are hereby notified to be present and ap
pear before tald Board of Supervisors on said
day, at their rooms In the court house, at the
corner of New High and Temple streets, In the
city of Loa Angelea, county of Loa Angeles,
state of California.
Dated this 3d day of January, 1893.
D. P. HATCH,
1-4 15t Attorney for said District.
THE BOABD OF DIRECTORS OF THB
Savings Bank of Southern California, at
a meeting held December 30, 1892, de
clared a dividend to depositors at the
rate of 5 per cent per annum on
term deposits, and 8.6 per cent per annum on
ordinary deposits for the six months ending
December 31, 1892, payable on and after
January 3,1898. J, H. Bbalv, Cashier
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK -
holders of the J. M. Griffith Company will
De held at the office of the company, 934 North
A if?S da "/?*'' Los A ifteles, on Monday, the
10th day of January, 1893. at the hour of 10
£2 ?a t ... m '.' 10 l ,he PrJ'Pose of electing a
board of directors to serve during the ensuing
year and the transaction of such other business
as may come before the meeting
T „„ .„„„,„. _ T. B. NICHOLS, Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cal., January 2.1893. 1-4 14t
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BTOCK
holders of the Griffith Bros. Co. will
SIS 6 , .f th ? om ce of the company, No. 984
North Alameda street, Loa Angelea, on Mon
day, the 16th day of January, 1893, at the
ISESm? 11 v 0 o i oo f »• m - for * n 9 purpose of
S™. 8 R Doard of ""rectors to serve during the
ensuing year, and the transaction of such other
business as may comasbefore the meeting.
- . „,T. K. NICHOLS, Secretary.
Los Angelea, Cal., January 2,1883. 1-4 lit