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JOINT BOARD OF TRADE.
A Combination of Representatives of Southern California. The meeting of the delegates to repre sent the various trade and commercial organizations of Southern California was set for yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, but at that time bo few had put in an ap pearance that it was thought best to defer action until afternoon. Among those present were H. J. Rhodes and W. N. Cowler, Santa Barbara; D. L. Wilber and T. H. Chamberlain, of Riverside; E. P. Foster and W. H. Wilde, of Ven tura ; G. B. Heneley and P. S. Van Dyke, of San Diego; Mr. Mulholland and Mr. EnoH, of Inyo; Mr. Martin and Judge Knight, of Pasadena; Abbott Kinney, of Santa Monica, and Mr. Whitmore, of Alhambra. At 1:30 the delegates gathered again in the Board of Trade rooms, their num ber being increased to about twenty, most of the southern counties being rep resented. Major Jones, of the Chamber of Commerce, called the meeting to order, and Judge Knight, of Pasadena, was chosen as temporary chairman. The latter suggested that perhaps the beet way to start the movement was for each one present to express his views on the matter of the organization which it was proposed to inaugurate. He called first on the representative of Riverside. Mr. Wilbur, of Riverside, said that he had been visiting in San Francisco re cently and had had some conversation with different members of the State Board and they invariably expresed themselves as anxious to work in unison with the southern section of the State, out he had noticed that most of the men he talked with had a very limited idea of the agricultural possibilities of the south. He thought it was more a matter of ignorance than a genuine prejudice. For himself he thought that it was purely a question ot the interest of the section and it could not be doubted that it was to the advantage of the southern country to have an organization by itself. Mr. Mulholland, of Inyo, said that a better idea could be obtained of the needs of each section if each delegate would tell something of what were the interests of the localities he represented. He then spoke of the productions and possibilities of Inyo county, and the necessity for better railroad connection with Los Angeles. Hr. Hensley, of San Diego, said that the work of the organization should be to unite all sections to draw immigration in this direction. He thought that no matter to what part of Southern Califor nia the settler came he benefitted the whole section by his presence. Up to within a year ago a veritable flood was setting in this direction. Now it was all turning north, partly because those sec tions were doing better work in the way of advertisement, and partly because the idea had gone abroad that there was no cheap land in Southern California. The speaker thought that something ought to done to remove this impression. The chairman reminded the conven tion that there were a number present who would have to leave on the after noon train, and he suggested that the remarks should take the line of proposing methods of forming a permanent or ganization. Mr. Wilde, of Ventura, wanted to see concerted action—a solid North against a solid South. He had seen plenty of evidence of the need of standing to gether for our own interests. Mr. Whitmore, of Alhambra, thought that some organization of the shippers should be effected, so that they might learn where their productions might be ■old to the best advantage. Mr. Masters, of Pasadena* was of the the opinion that the State Board of Trade did not represent this section, and he was in favor of forming an organization independent of it. He thought that the tendency had been to laud the climate and forget the soil. He instanced the difficulties which were now being expe rienced in raising money for the purpose of advertising. Major E. W. Jones moved that it be declared the sense of the meeting that an organization should be formed on the model of the State Board of Trade, to establish a central bureau for the dissem ination of information and the exhibi tion of products, and to harmonize sec tional feeling and to develop local effort in the work of furthering the interests of the southern part of the State. This was carried. Abbott Kinney moved that a commit tee of five be appointed to carry out the plan of the previous motion. Mr. Mulholland proposed instead that we immediately proceed to the organiza tion of such an association. This was carried. It was moved and seconded that the association proceed to the election of a temporary president and secretary to serve until an election could be held under a constitution. After the usual amount of nominating and declining it was decided that the business of perfecting a temporary organ isation be left in the hands of the follow ing committee, who should report at the evening session: Wilber, Mulholland, Wilde, Kinney and Hughes. Abbott Kinney read a resolution con cerning the need of action of the State for the protection of the forests and it was carried. Mr. Martin, of Pasadena, said that it was the opinion of many men with whom he had talked that immigration might be started in this direction again by the es tablishment of cheap rates. It was de cided by the convention that all the trade organizations should unite in urging the railroad companies to make low rates for the next ninety days. The meeting then adjourned until half-past seven in the evening. EVENING SESSION. At tbe evening session Dr. J. P. Wid ney occupied tbe chair. Tbe committee ■which was appointed to perfect a perma nent organization made its report. It was recommended that H. W. Work man, of Los Angeles, be chosen as tem porary President of the organization and M. R. Higgins, the present Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, should serve as the temporary Secretary. Tbe com mittee also recommended a con stitution and set of by-laws for the use of the organization, based upon the constitution of the State Board of Trade. Tbe title proposed was the South ern California Chamber of Commerce. Its membership was to be made up of the various trade, industrial and com mercial organizations in the southern half of the State. Los Angeles was pro posed as the headquarters of tbe associa tion and the location of its exhibition of products and bureau of information. The management of tbe organization was to be in the hands of a general board se lected by an elected Executive Committee. Each trade organization was to have a member elected to this board of manage ment. This board was to select a general manager who would take charge of the exhibition of products at Los Angeles and transact the business of the association. As a temporary Executive Committee the following gentlemen were named: Major E. W. Jones, W. U. Masters, of THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 16, 1883. Pasadena; Abbott Kinney, of Santa Monica; W. S. Taylor, of Santa Ana, and G. E. Tyrrell, of San Diego. The third Thursday of November was selected as the date of the annual mee' ing. Special meetings may be called at the instance of any three members. With a few amendments and changes the constitution and by-laws as proposed were adopted. It was also decided that the recommendations of the committee of temporary officers and Executive O-immittee be adopted. It was moved and carried that the President and Secretary be authorized to attend to the printing of the constitution, and to send it to the various organiza tions eligible to membership and ask them to assist in forming a permanent organization. It was moved and carried that the meeting to effect a permanent organiza tion be held in Los Angeles on the 14th of February. A long discussion took place with re gard to what should be the methods used by the new organization in advancing the interests of the section. The ques tion of sugar factories coming up, it was decided that each organization should do all in its power to encourage the forward ing of the plan of J. D. Spreckels. The meeting then adjourned. THE COURTS. Tuesday, January 15,1889. Department No. I—Cheney, J. In re habeas corpus of Manning & Ginnochio—By agreement of counsel on both sides matter submitted on testi mony taken at the preliminary examina tion. People vs. Herman Pfutzner—Defend ant pleaded not guilty, and the case placed on the trial calendar. People vs. James Methvin —Placed on the trial calendar. People vs. David Lieva—Charged with murder; on trial. Department No. 2 -Ulark, J. Not in session. Department No. 3—Wade, J. Comocy vs. Comocy—Motion made to show cause why defendant should not pay alimony to petitioner. Richards vs. Corell—Ten days allowed plaintiff to serve and file amended com plaint. Susan M. Murray granted a divorce from L. Murray. Department No. 4—Van Dyke, J. John Buerki vs. Charles Kohler et al. —Motion for a change of venue to San Francisco. Snyder vs. Harvey—Ten days allowed defendant to plead. New Suite. E. H. Owen has appealed to the Su perior Court against a decision rendered by Justice A. J. King in favor of D. W. MacLellan for $75 and costs, in an action brought by him against Owen. Abraham H. Miller sues Clarence J. Richards to recover $15,000, balance due on two promissory notes granted by the latter and secured by a mortgage on the southwest quarter of section 9, township 1 south, range 14 west. Miguel Leonis has brought suits against Elias Sansom and Robert Stran finger to quiet title respectively to sec tions 26 and 22, township 1, range 17 west. The will of Timothy D. Rabel, of Santa Ana, has been filed for probate by Frederick Henry Rabel. It disposes of $8,800 between Emily R. Carter, Isabel A. Wilson, Hiram D. Rabel, Mary M. Webster, Mrs. Rabel, mother of deceased and the petitioner. United States Courts. In the United States Circuit Court, Josefa D. de Fitch vs. the International Company of Mexico—Set for argument on Monday, April Bth, at 10 o'clock. Jas. E. S. L. Bernard vs. Wells, Fargo & Co.—Argued and submitted. Nathan Neufeld vs. Julius Neufeld— Argued and submitted. United States vs. G. W. Grayson, Sr. et al.—Demurrers submitted by United States Attorney on briefs already on file. United States vs. Lewis H. Bixby— Demurrers submitted on argument and briefs. United States vs. O. Morgan—Demur rers filed as in the preceding action. In the District Court the following trial jurors were empannelled: Lewis Ebinger, Ludwig Baruch, Casper Behrendt, Isaac B. Newton, Charles R. Ficket, James H. Boyd, W. H. Tuthill, Martin Lehman, Thomas C. Juden, Andrew Giassell, Jr., Charles Cartera, D. M. Durrell, Richard Maloney, W. S. Allen, Frederick Eaton, Jacob Whit taker, Frank A. Weinshank, John D. Palmer, Ozro W. Child, Jr., John A. Flood, Robert McGarvin, John Crim mins, Otto Bradtheck and Lewis C. Anderson. They were ordered to return on January 17th. The following cases were disposed of yesterday: United States vs. S. Toretti—Defend ant pleaded not guilty; trial to be set to day. United States vs. James O'Reilly—Set for January 29th, at 1 p. m. United States vs. B. D. Riche—Reset for February Bth, at 10 a. m. United States vs. John Otto—Reset for January 18th, at 10 a. m. Pullman Passengers. The following Pullman passengers left yesterday for San Francisco and the East: By the 1:30 p. m. train: Mr. Michaels, Mr. Osterhouse, E. B. Dewey, Mr. Her man, Miss C. Bliss, A. Lewis, A. Fort ieths, Mr. Redding, J. B. Larck, J. P. Esentash, John Gottscbalk, Mr. Nor thern, W. H. Burke, Mr. Finney, D. W. Batey. By the 10:30 p.m. train: H. F. Wil son, Mr. Abbott, J. Lawrence, John Worley, J. D. Bell, B. W. Campbell, W. Coffman, J. P. Traynor, John A. Weil, J. Baumgardner, C. H. Shever, J. S. Woodruff, John Hart. Getting the l ights Ready. This morning a corps of electricians will start to work putting in the dynamo plant at the Wolfskill depot, by which that huge building is to be lighted. The officials of the company here do not know when the work of connecting the Alameda and Pine street lines is to be commenced, and state that after the signing of the franchise there were sev eral other negotiations to be fixed up be fore the work of grading was possible. Use Angostura Bitters, the world-renowned Bouth American appetiser; of exquisite flavor. Manufactured by Dr. J. G. B. Slegert A Bona. Everybody Paints Their Floor With Senonr's floor paint. It dries hard over night. Six shades. For sale by J.M-Black burn, 310 South Spring street. Notary Public and Commissioner For New York and Arlsona, G. A. Dobinson 134 West Second street. Hollenbeck Block. Asiatic Goods. | At ooct tor thirty days. Lee X wan Sing, 206 I South Spring street. ]13-lm Plunder! Plunder! The Plunder Store, 19 North Main street, having received instructions from J. Weniman & Co., 23 Walker street, New York, to clear out their entire stock of winter overcoats at any price, have made immense reductions in that de partment. They are offering their whole stock of men's and boys' overcoats at a reduction of 50 per cent, on regular prices. You can buy a first-class re versible overcoat at the Plunder Store for $2.98, original price $6. They are also offering fine cassimere suits for $4.98, good value for $9.50, and four-button cut away dress suits at $12.50, sold every where for $22. For wonderful bargains in clothing go to the Plunder Store, 19 North Main street. They manufacture all their own clothing, and can therefore undersell all competitors. Seattle Coal. The Southern California Coal & Wood Company are now discharging at San gedro, ex ship "Halcyon," a cargo of the above coal. This is the finest domestic coal now in the market. Special terms on carload lots. For retail orders ring up tele phone 315, or call at office of the compa ny in basement of Bryson Block, corner Spring and Second streets. Paving Rock Wanted. The Depot Railway Company will receive proposals until February Ist for 4,700 square feet of granite paving blocks (surface measure) of the usual dimensions used in paving streets. To be delivered on Second street in February or March. Payments, one half oash on delivery of blocks, bslance wben laid and measured. Address, Depot Railway Co., jall-7t Corner Second and Vine Streets. California Cat-R-Cure. The only guaranteed cure for catarrh, cold in tbe head, hay fever, rose cold, catarrhal deaf ness and sore eyes. Restore the tense of taste and unpleasant breath, resulting from ca tarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow dirt c tlons and a cure is warranted, by all druggists. Send for circular to ABIETINE MEDICAL COMPANY, Oroville, Cal. Bix months treat ment 81; uy mail, $1.10. For sale by C. H. Hance. Cross-Eyes Straightened Without the slightest danger by Dr. Sloeum No. 320 South Main, "Mora Castle." Just What You Want. Gas stoves, for heating and cooking, at 3. M. Perry's 30 South Main street. TENTS at Foy's harness Shop, 217LosAngelcs street. Two Brothers. For a good breakfast and fine coffee go to tbe Two Brothers' Restaurant, No. 20 East Second street Meal ticket, 21 meals, $4. Mrs. Dr. Minnie Wells, Has removed to 400 Fort street, corner Fifth. Uterine and rectal diseases a specialty; radical change felt from first treatment. Examination ire^. Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry And ebony stains and varnishes, at P. H. Mathews', Second and Los Angeles. No Dyspepsia When yon use Crown Flour. Theo. Rapp, Wood Engraver, No. 10 Court street, room 9. Satisfaction guaranteed. Reasonable prices. Everybody Uses Crown Flour. Samples free at grocers. Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica, Will open January 3rd. J. W. Scott. Lessee. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. THE CUCAMONGA WATER COMPANY, principal place of business North Cuca monga, Cel. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors held on the Bth day of January, 1889, an assessment of fifteen cents (15 conts) per share was levied upon the capital stock of tho corporation, payable immediately to O. C. Mattbay, secretary of said company, at his office In North Cucamonga, Cal. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 16th day of February, 1889, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and, unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 16tn day of March, 1839, to pay the delinquent assess ment, together with costs of advertising and ex penscsof sale. 0. C. MATTHAY, Secretary, jalstf North Cucamonga, Cal. BAN KINO HOUSES. QAUFORNIA BANK, Cor. Fort and Second Sts., Los Angeles Subscribed Capital lf<soo,oo<i Paid up Capital $300,000 Surplus $10,000 directors: Hervey Lindley, J. C. Kays, E. W. Jones Jnan Bernard, J. Frankenfleld. H.G. Newhall ..President H.C. Witmer Vice-Presir'ent T. J. Weldon, Cashier. General Banking and Exchange Bnsines transacted. jy4 4m FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANE OT LOS ANGELES, CAL. Isaias W. Hellman President L. C. Goodwin Vice-President Capital, .... $900,000. Surplus and Undivided Profits 700,000. Total, $1,200,000. DIRECTORS. 0. W. Childs, Cameron E. Thorn, Jose Mac. oarel, John S. Griffin, James B. Lankershim, C. Dncommun, Philip Gamier, L. C. Goodwin, Isaias W. Hellman. STOCKHOLDERS. O. W. Chllds, L. L. Bradbury, Philip Gam ier. Louis Polaskl, John S. Griffin, Jose Mas carel, James B. Lankershim, Chas. Ducommun, Cameron E. Thorn, Andrew Giassell, Domingo Amestoy, L. 0. Goodwin, Prestley 0. Baker, L. J. Rose, Frank Lecouvrenr, Oliver H. Bliss, Sarah J. Lee. Estate D. Solomon, Chris. Henne. Jacob Kuhrts, Isaias W. Hellman. ll JJ)S ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, Cob. First and Spring Sts. Capital $500,000 00 subplos and undivided profits. 50,000 00 Total $550,000 00 GEO. H. BONEBRAKE President JOHN BRYSON, Sa Vice-President F, C. HOWES Cashier. DIRECTORS. Dr. W. O. Cochran, H. H. Mabkham. Perry M. Green, John Bbybon, Sb„ Db. H. Sinsabaugh, F. C Howes, George H. Bonebrake. Exchange for sale on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. JyB ' Storage and Commission. NAUD'S WAEEHOUSE, R. G. WeYBE, Proprietor. GRAIN, WOOL —AND— General merchandise Warehouse. Btobagb, Commission and Insdbancs. Agents ior all kinds of Agricultural Imple ments. Wholesale and retell dealers in Im ported and Domestlo Wines, Brandies and Whiskies. 634 to 666 Alameda street lllltf NOTICE. THE LOB ANGELES CITY WATER CO. will strUjtly enforce the foUowlng rule: The honrs for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 and 8 o'clock r. m. For a violation of the above regulation .the water will be shut off and a nne of two dollars will be charged store water will be tamed on a** BANK STATEMENTS. gWOR^fsTATEII^^ —or — THE FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK OF LO3 ANOELES At the close of business December 31,1888. ASSETS. Cosh on baDii .$2,001,684 99 cash with Banks iaSanFranciseo, Chicago, New York and Lon- . don, 907,125 18 Total Available Cash 52.911.810 17 United stat. s A per cent end other Government Bonds 182.787 65 Stocks and Warrants 56.818 02 Loans and Discounts 2,402,451 16 Heal Estate, Vaults, Safe and Of- flee Furniture 11,607 30 $5,565,474 30 LIABILITIES. Capital 8500,000 00 Surplus 500,000 00 Undivided Profits 264 464 49 Due Depositors 4 300,009 81 Dividends (declared and uncalled for) 1,000 00 $5,565,474 30 State op California, j COUNTY OF LCS ANOZI.es.) Isaias W. Hellman and L. C. Goodwin, being first du'.y sworn, each for himself, doth depose and say: That he is respectively tbe President and Vice-President, of the Farmers' and Mer chants' Bank oi Los Angeles. That he has examined the foregoing statement, and that ■aid statement Is trne and correct in all partlc u'irs, and is to the best of their knowledge and beltef a trne statement of the condition of the affairs of the Farmers' snd Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles at tbe time herein above set forth. (Signed) ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, President. (Signed) L. C. GOODWIN, Vice-President. Snbscribed and sworn to before me this 4th January, 1889. (Signed) CHARLES WORTH, JaS lm Notary Pnblis. gSMI -ANNUAL REPORT —OF THE— LOS ANOELES SAVINGS BANE, Showing its Financial Condition on the morn ing of Janeary 1,1889. RESOURCES. Miscellaneous Bonds and Stocks. .$ 11,800 00 Loans on Real Estate 286,937 00 Moner on hand 7,828 31 Checks and other cash items 683 92 Dee from Banks and Bankers 9 302 37 Furniture and Fixtures 3,582 27 Expenses 2 890 32 Taxes 3,800 76 Other Assets $326,324 94 LIABILITIES. Capital paid np $ 25,000 00 Profit and Loss 22,218 27 Dne Depositors 279,106 67 $326,324 94 Statu of California, j County of Los Angeles, j ' We do solemnly swear that we have (and each oi nt has) a personal knowledge of the matters contained In the foregoing Report, and that every allegation, statement, matter and thing therein contained ia trne to the best of oar knowledge and belief. L. C. GOODWIN, President W. M CASWELL, Secretary. Snbscribed and sworn to before me this day of January, 1889. ]A3 14t T. E. ROWAN. Notary Public gTATEMENT OF CONDITION —OF — THE CHILDRESS SAFE DEPOSIT BANK OF LOS ANGELES, CAL., At the opening of business January 1,1889. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $121,094 91 Stocks and Bonds 41,659 00 Real Estate 48,232 64 Bafe Deposit Vault and Office Fix tures 9,948 56 Cash on hand and in banks 42,335 38 $263,270 49 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $100,000 00 Surplus and Undivided Profits.... 21,943 22 Due Banks 4,330 22 Due Depositors 136,331 05 $263,270 49 State of California. I .« County of Los Anoeles. I ° A. D. Childress, Manager of The Childress Safe Deposit Bank, of Los Angeles, being duly sworn, Kays that the foregoing statement is trne to the best of hlB knowledge and belief. (Signed) A. D. CHILDRESS, Manager. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of January, 1889. (seal) JNO. W. GREEN. Notary Public. STATEMENT OF THE PAID-UP CAPITAL —OF THE— CHILDRESS SAFE DEPOSIT BANK, January 1,1889. Amount of Capital paid up in U. S. gold coin $100,000 00 State of California, j County of Los Angeles. I A. D. Childress, Manager of The Childress Safe Deposit Bank, says tbe foregoing statement is true to the best oi his knowledge and belief. (Signed) A. D. CHILDRESS, Manager. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of January, 1889. (seal) JNO. W. GREEN, Notary Pnblie, JlOtf; — SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK NADEAU BLOCK. JOHN I. REDICK President L. N. BREED Vice-President WM. F. BOSBYSHELL Cashier Paid in Capital $200,000 Surplus 14,000 Authorized Capital 500,000 Directors—L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, H. A. Barclay, Charles E. Day, Ben E. Ward, D. M. Graham, E. C. Bosbyshell, M. Hagan, Frank Rader, William F. Bosbyshell, Johnl Redlck. aug24-tt ANGELES OOUNTY BANK, Temple Block, Los Angeles, Oal Capital Stock Paid Up. $100,000. Reserve Fund, $100,000. JOHN R. PLATER President R. 8. BAKER Vice-President GEO. H. STEWART Cashier DIRECTORS: H. L. Macnell, Jotham Blxby, John E. Plater, Robert S. Baker, John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Prescott, Geo. H. Stewart Bny and Sell Exchange on San Fran cisco, New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort Buy Exchange on all parti of the United States and Europe. Receive Money on open account and oer tiflcate of deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. JjUBST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES CAPITAL STOCK $200,000, RESERVE $205,000. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. B. F. BPENCE President J. D. BICKNELL Vice-President J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier G. B. SHAFFER Assistant Cashier. Directors—E. F. Spenoe, J. D. Bicknell, S. H Mott, Wm. Lacy, J. F. Crank, H. Mabury J. M. Elliott, Jl rJIHE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES No. 119 New High street CAPITAL STOCK PAID CP • - - • $100,000 R.M. WIDNEY 1 - - . President GEO. L.ARNOLD .... Cashier GEO. SINSABAUGH, - • Teller DIBECTOBS: R. M. Widnby, W. H. Workman, D. O. MILTIMOBB 0. M. WELLS. 8. W. Little, l. J. P. Mobbill, D. R. RISLEY. Bight per cent bonds secured by first mort gage on real estate, with interest payable semi annually, are offered to investors of $250 and upwards. ang9-tl T OB ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, ISO NORTH MAIN STREET. CAPITAL ~ $100,000 L. 0. GOODWIN Pbbsident W. If. CASWELL. Sbcbetabt I. W. Hellman, John B. Platbb, robbbt 8. Bakeb, John A. Paxton, L. C. GOODWIN. Term deposits will be received in sums of $100 and over. Ordinary deposits in isms of $10 and over. Money to loan on first-class real estate, Los Angeles. July I, 1884. jltl TBE DAILY AND WEEKLY HERALD. —=THE= — HERALD Daily and "Weekly, THE Leading Journal OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Established Fifteen Years Ago. Published Under One Management and Policy Con tinuously Ever Since. D DLD DLALD DLARALD DLARERALD DLAREHERALD DLAREHEHERALD DLAREHEH EHERALD DLAREHEHTHEHERALD DLAREHEHTDTHEH ERALD DLA REHEHTDADTHEHERALD DLAREHEHTDAEADTHEHERALD DLAREHEHTDAERE ADTHEHERALD DLAREHEHTDAEADTHEHERALD DLAREHEHTDADTHEHERALD DLAREHEHTDTHEHERALD DLAREHEHTHEHERALD DLAREHEHEHERALD DLAREHEHERALD DLAREHERALD DLARERALD DLARALD DLALD DLD D HOW MANY WAYS CAN THIS BE READ? CjJjJHB LOS ANGELES HERALD IS BY ALL ACKNOWLEDGED have been the prime factor in the discovery and making known uf tho resources of this section, To its sagacious outgivings more than to any other agency Our marvelous development is attributed. 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