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DEWEY DENOUNCES THE
PRACTICE OF HAZING i
* CONDITION 9AT ANNAPOLI9 ARE
V DISGRACEFUL, HE BAYB
Bsllsves Secretary of the Navy Should
tße Empowered to Dismiss at Once
Any Boy Caught Committing Thl»
Offense
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, Dec. 21.— A dispatch to
the Tribune from ■Washington, D. C,
ftays: Admiral Dewey has taken an
emphatic stand against the hnzlno.
practices which prevail at the naval
ucademy nt Annapolis.
"It Is a disgraceful condition of af
falni," he said yesterday. "It calls fot
prompt and vigorous remedy. The sec
retary of the navy should be empow
ered to dismiss Instantly any boy
enught In tho act of hazing and the
rulprit should be deprived of nil hope
of getting back. He should be dis
missed nnd excluded forever."
The naval academy Is the crndle ot
the nnvy and there, In the opinion ol
the admiral, should begin the Inculca
tion of the principles of obedience to
law Hnd regulations which nre essential
to the maintenance of an tfllclent ser
vice.
"Of course, boys are the same all
over the world: they will be boys,"
Bald Admiral Dewey. "I am not op
posed to fair fighting when circum
stances are such that It Is the proper
thing to resort to. We do not want In
our navy men who hesitate to resent nn
Insult. But we do mi want prize
fighting, nnd It Is unfair nnd unmanly
for several boys to attack one. I feel
sure If the secretary of the navy had
authority to dismiss the boy Instant
ly and the boy would never have a
••Tmnce of getting back, there would be
no more hazing."
Folk After Liquor Clubs
By Associated Press.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 21.— President Stew
nrt of the board of police commission
ers today received a letter from Gov
ernor Folk Instructing that the police
laid so-called "clubs" organized for
the evasion of the Sunday liquor law
nnd the avoidance of dram shop license
payments. Governor Folk Instructs
that the clubs be raided not only on
Sunday, but on week days, in every
case where it is apparent that liquor is
being sold to the general public In
violation of the charters issueel to
these organizations as social clubs.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Notice for ll hi.
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of Education of the City of Los An-
gales will receive bids for tho
Tanks, Pump, etc., for tho New Poly-
technic High School, as per specifica-
tions marked Group No. 6 on file In
tho Secretary's office. All bids must
be accompanied with a certified check
, of 5 per cent of amount of bid, pay-
able 'to the Board of Education, and
must be filed with the Secretary In his
office, 418 Chamber of Commerce Build-
ing, by 12 o'clock noon. Friday, Jan-
uary 5, IDO6. ' ;
LOS Angeles, Cal.. Dec. 1, 1905.
N. S. AVERILL, Secretary.
1.4-6-8-11-13-15-18-20-22
Notice fur Illdn Cor Iloilrrn
Notice Is hereby given that the Board
of Education of. the City of Los An-
geles will receive bids for the
, Steam Boiler for tho New Polytechnic
' High School, as per plans and specifi-
cations marked Group No. 2 on file In
the Secretary's office. All bids must bo
accompanied with a certified check of
i 6 per cent of amount of bid, payable
to the Board of Education, and must
be filed with the Secretary In his office
418 Chamber of Commerce Building
Friday. 12 o'clock noon, January 6.
1906.-
, Los Ang-eles, Oil.. Dec. 1, 1905.
N. S. AVERILL. Secretary.
'. • 1-4-6-8-11-13-15-18-20-22
Notice for Blda to Electrical
Contractors
Notice is hereby given that the Boaro
• of Education of the City of Los An-
geles will receive bids for tho
Electrical Indicating Instruments for
the New Polytechnic High School, as
per list marked Group No. 8 on tile In
the Secretary's office. All bids must
be accompanied with a certified check
of 5 per cent of amount of bid, pay-
able to the Board of Education and
must bo filed with the Secretary in
his office, 418 Chamber of Commerce
Building, by 12 o'clock noon, Friday
January 5, 1906.
Los Angolos, Cil.. Dec. 1, lyon.
N. S. AVERILL. Secretary.
j. 4-6-8-11-13-15-18-20-22
Notlee for llliU to Electrical
Contractor!.
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of Education of the City of Los An-
geles will receive bids for the
Switch Board for the New Polytechnic
High Sohool as per specifications
marked Group No. 7 on file In the Sec-
Jetary's office. All bids must be ac-
companied with a certified check of 5
per cent of amount of bid, payable *o
. the Board of Education, nnd must b«
filed with the Secretary In his office.
418 Chamber of Commerce Building,
by 12 o'clock noon, Friday, January D.
I'JOO.
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 1, 1005.
N. S. AVERILL. Secretary.
1-4-6-8-11-13-15-18-20-22
\otlee for HUN fur Uuglne
Notlc» is hereby given that the Board
of Education of the City of Los An-
geles will receive bids for the
Pteam Engine and Generator for tho
New Polytechnic High School as per
plans and specifications marked Group
No. 3 on file In the Secretary's office.
All bids must be accompanied with a
certified check of 5 per cent of amount
of bid. payable to the Board of Educa-
tion, and must be filed with the Secre-
tary in his office, 418 Chamber of Com-
merce Building, by 12 o'clock noon, Fri-
day. January 5, 1906.
Los Angeles, Cal.. Dec. 1, 1905.
N. S AVERILL. Secretary
1-4-6-8-11-13-15-18-20-22
Notice for Illilx ~~
Notice Is hereby given that the Boa^d
of Education of the City of Los An-
j geles will receive bids for the
Tools for Engine Room of the New
Polytechnic School, as per specification
or list marked Group No. 4 on file in
ihe Secretary's office. All bids must
be accompanied with a certified check
of 8 per cent of amount of bid. payable
to the Board of Education, and must
•be filed with the Secretary In his of-
fice. 418 Chamber of Commerce Build-
Ing, by 12 o'clock noon, Friday. Jan-
uary 5, 1908.
Los Angeles. Cnl. Dec. 1, 1905
N. S. AVERILL. Secretary.
1-4-6-8-11-13-15-1 8-20-22
Notice for Illdn
Notice Is hereby given that the Bonrri
of Education of the City of Los An-
geles will receive bids for thi»
1 "? 8 for the New Polytechnic
High School as per lint marked Group
. No. B on file In the Secretary's office
All bids must be accompanied with a
certified check of 5 per cent of amount
of bid. payable to the Board of Edu-
cation, and mus' be filed with the Sec-
retary in his offlf-e, 418 Chamber of
■ Commerce Building, by 12 o'clock
! noon, Friday. January 5, 1906.
Los Angeles. Cil.. Dec. 1, 1905.
N. 8 AVERILL. .Secretary
1-4-6-8-11-13-1-.. 1S- 20-22
Notice for llliU f,,r Slrnm 11.->ui., u
Notice Is hereby given that the Hoard
j of Education of the City of I,os An-
geles will receive bids for t lit;
Heating and Ventilation of the New
Polytechnic High Sclu.nl as per plans
mid speclricßtlons marked Group No
1 on file In the Secretary's office. All
bids must be accompanied with a cer-
I titled -check of 5 per cent of amount of
bid, payable to tho Board of Education
i and must be filed with the Secretary In
■ hid office, 418 Chamber of Commerce
Building, Friday. January 6, 1806, 13
o'clock noon.
I Lob Angeles. Cal., Den. 1, 1905.
. . .'J', 8 ' AVERILL. Secretary.
1-4-8-8-11-13-16. 18-20-22
PART 11.
| Holidays
Are Coming
...Buy...
Presents
In Tims For
Kastern Friends \
'~. ■■ i
2 Cases fine Old Wine
j Freight paid to any point in |
the United States for only |
$9.00
C. F. A. Last
j 120 nnd 131 N. .Main Strest
I Los Angeles, Cal.
V J
private Ambulance a u'.,»
* uliiuuniiiLu fcei vim, we navo secured th*
mist convenient and up-to-date vehicle
manufactured Personal attention. Prompt
response to calls dny or night. 'Phon» U
ORR ft WINKH TOMPANT
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
,*otlco of Mile of Pipe Line I'mm-liU.-
Office of the City Clerk of the City ol
Los Angeles, Cal., December 21, IHOO.
To whom It may concern.
Notice la hereby Klven thai an appll
cation has been made lo the City Conn |
ell of tho City of Los Aiißelcs for v «er-
laln fr,tn=h)3c, Kiiiiitliig the right
•i> construct, and for the pm-liul
of twenty-ono (21) years, to muln-
tam and operate a pipe lino for
the purpose of carrying beer over
and across a certain Htrcet in ■'aid
city, hereinafter mentioned, and dur-
ing said term to conduct, cany and i
transmit such beer through such pljiu
line.
■• And it Is proposed by said City !
Council to offer for sale and grant to
the highest bidder said franchise, on
the terms and conditions herelnafte.-
mentloned. That said franchise Is de-
scribed as foliows, to wit: A
franchise to construct, and for a
period of twenty-one (21) years to
maintain and operate a pipe line for
the purpose of carrying beer over and
across a certain street in said city u.--
foIIOWS, tO Wit.
Commencing at a point In the west-
erly line of Antonio avenue distant ;
eighty (80) feet southerly from tho
southerly line of Bast Main street and
mnnlng thence easterly across siud An-
tonio avenue and parallel with saia
southerly line of East Main street to
the easterly line of said Antonio ave-
nue.
And durlncr said period to
carry, conduct nnd transmit sucn
beer through and by means of said
pipe line, together with the right to
construct and maintain nil such sup-
ports, appliances and. attachments a:?
may be necessary for the purpose of
efficiently maintaining and operating-
Sdirl pine line for said purpose
lhat the terms and conditions upon
which the said franchise will be offered
for sale and granted are the following-
lhat the pipe to be maintained under
raid franchise shall not be more than
ten (10) inches in diameter. That sa.!d
pipe line shall not he Jiss than eighteen
(18) feet above the established grade
of said street.
That the work of constructing
said pipe line shall be commenc-
ed in good faith within not more
than four (4) months from the
date of the granting of this fran-
chise, and shall be contlnuouslv
prosecuted thereafter In good faith,
and shall be. completed within not
mO J e .i, th . a '!# thr . ce (3 ' years thereafter:
and that If said work be not so com-
menced, prosecuted and completed with-
in the times and In the manner speci-
liled, said franchise shall be forfeited
That the said grantee and his or its'
successors and assigns shall during the
life of said franchise pay to the
City of Los Angeles, In lawful
money of the United States, ■ two
(2) per cent of the gross annual
leceipts of such grantee, and his
or its successors and assigns, aris-
ing from the use. operation or posses-
sion of said franchise. No percentage
shall be paid for the first live yoaTs
succeeding tho date of said franchise,
but thereafter such percentage shall be.
payable annually, and said franchise is
to be forfeited by failure to mako the
payments provided for.
And It shall be the duty of the. gran-
tee of said franchise and of his or its
successors and assigns to (lie with the
City Clerk of the City of Los Angeles '
at the expiration of six (6) voars
from the mite of the granting of
said franchiKO and at the expira-
tion of each and every year there-
after a statement, verified by tho
oath of said grantee, or his or its
successors or assigns, or by the oath of
the manager or presiding officer of said
grantee or his or its successors and as-
signs, showing tho total gross recciptb
and gross earnings collected or re-
ceived by said grantee or his or its
successors or assigns during the pro-
eding twelve months, from the use ope-
ration or possession of said franchise,
and within tun days after the time Cor
filing aforesaid statement It shall be
the duty of said grantee and his or its
successors and assigns to pay to the
City Treasurer of the City of Lo" An-
geles the aggregate sum of the said
percentage upon the amount of thy
gross annual receipts nrlslng from tho
use. operation or possession of said
ftanchlse, determined and computed in
the manner hereinbefore provided
And any neglect, omission or refusal
by said grantee or his or its successors
or assigns to file satd certified state-
ment or to pay the said percentage of
the said gross annual receipts at the
times or In the manner herelnbefoi-9
provided shall ipso facto work a for-
feiture of said franchise and 'of all
rights thereunder to the City of Los
Angeles.
That said grantee or his or Its suc-
cessors or assigns shall not sell trans-
fer or assign said franchise or any of
the rights or privileges granted thereby
except by a duly executed Instrument
In writing, filed In the office of the
City Clerk of the City of i jOS Angles!
nnd provided further, that nothing ln
said franchise contained shall be con-
strued to grant to said grantee or hib
or Its successors or assigns any right
to sell, transfer or assign said fran-
chise or any of the rights or privileges
thereby granted, except in the manne--
aforcsald
That the City of Los Angles Pha.l
have the right at the expiration of the
aforesaid period of twenty-one
years to purchase the said pipe
line and all property In the street
hereinbefore mentioned, belonging
to said grantee or his or its suc-
cessors In interest, constructed
under the grant hereby made or used
by said grantee or his or Its succ-esnor*
In Interest, ln the exercise of this fran-
chise at a fair valuation, provided thni
the option to make such ruri-hase bhali
b6 declared by resolution of the City
Council passed not more than Wire"
years nor less than six months prior
to the' expiration of said period of
twenty-one years.
The valuation of the property pro-
rosed to be purchased pursuant 'to the
provisions of this Ordfmuie,. shall bo
determined by a board of three arbitra-
tors, of whom one shall he appointed
by the city, one by the hmW grunteu or
his or ItH successors In inieri-bl, and
the third by the two arbitrators so an-
jointed. Said arbitrators Khali bo
appointed within thirty day* after
the declaration by the elty of Ha
option to purchase said property. In
case said arbitrators fall to make and
fllo an award within the time herein-
after limited, a new bourd of three ar-
bltratorj shall be appointed ad
hereinbefore prescribed. to de-
termine the valuation of said prop-
erty. Tlu- board of arbitrator* anal I
mmedlntely I'l-'i' 'ipf'Olntmont of
Its members enter upon the discharge
of Its duties. Any vacancy In the board
of arbitrators shall be filled by the
party who made the original appoint-
ment to the vacant place. The award
of the arbitrator! taunt be made and
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, .DECEMBER as, 1905.
PUBLIC ADVERTISIN
filed with the City Clerk of da Id elty
within three, months after their ap-
pointment, and a majority of the arbi-
trators who agree thereto may make
such nward.
The nmount of th« valuation of »«l(t
property determined by the arbitrators
as hereinbefore provided shall be paid
by the city to said Rrnntee, or hl»
or Itl successors or Assigns, In lawful
money of the United State*, upon the ex-
plratlon of the Aforesaid period of
twenty-one years, or, If the award of
the arbitrators shall not have b«en
made nnd filed at least two months be-
fore the explrntlnn of «ald period of
twpnty-one years, then within two
I months sffer the filing of snld Award.
iJTpon the niAklne of snld payment th*
i title and right of possession of All said
property shall pass to the City of Lot
Angeles.
Thnt nny neelect. failure or refusal
to comply n-lth nny nf the conditions of
Idnld franchise shall thereupon Immedi-
ately Ipso fafto effect a forfeiture
thereof, and the said city, by Its City
! Council, mny thereupon declare said
I franchise forfeited, and may exrlnde
i said grantee, or his or lt« successors
land nsslgns. from further use of th«
streets of snlrl city under said franchise,
and snld grantee nnd his or Its success-
ors nnd assigns shnll thereupon and Im-
mediately surrender all rights In nnd to
the snme, nnd snld frnncntse shall !)»•
deemed nnd shall remain null, void and
of no effect.
Notice Is also hereby irlven that
sealed bids ln writing, will bo received
for said franchise up to eleven o'clock
In the forenoon of the 22d dny of Jnnu-
iiry. 190 C that tho bids' receiver]
will be opened at thnt time; thnt all
bids must Im for the payment of a
stated suni In sold coin of the United
States; nnd thnt the franchise will br
struck off. sold and nwnrded to the
person, firm or corporation who shall
make tho highest cosh hid therefor;
provided, only, that nt thn time of
opening snld bids any lesponslble per-
son, firm or corporation, present or
represented, mny bid for said franchise
a sum not less than ten per cent above
the hlffhost sealed hid thorefor. and
that snld bid so made may be raised
not less thnn ten per cent by any other
responsible blrirter. and snld bidding
mny so continue until finally sold fran.
chlse Fhill be struck off, sold nnrt
nwnrded hy said City Council to the
! 1 il o:t V? s K h , dd a Pr . tt o' or ' lfor 'n gold eoln of
the ITnlterl Rtntes Ench sealed bid must
bo nccompnnleil with cash, or a certi-
fied cheok paynble to the City Treas-
"Tor of the City of Los Angeles, for
the full ninonnt of snld bid. nnd no
sealed bid will be considered unless
said cash or check Is enclosed there-
with; and the successful bidder must
deposit nt least ten per cent of ( hn
nmount of his bid with the City Clerk
before said franchise will be struck off
to him, and If he shall fall to mako
such deposit Immediately his bid will
I not be received, nnd will bo considered
us void, and said franchise will then
?r d J, h // c he again offered for sale to
the bidder who shnll make the highest
cash bid therefor, subject to the same
conditions as to deposits ns nbove men-
tioned. Snltl procedure will be hnd un-
til snld franchise Is struck off. sold
and nwnrded to a biddor who shall
mnke the necessary deposit of nt lenst
ten rer cent of the amount of his bid.
"■ herein provided. Said successful
bidder shall deposit with the City Clerk,
within twenty-fnur hours nfter rl;e i<-
reptnnre of his bid. the remaining nine-
ty per cent of the amount thereof, nnrt
In rase he or It falls to do so. then the
snld iVposlt theretofore ma-i.i will he
forfeited, nnd the award of «nH fran-
chise will be void, nnd said 'r-mclilse
will then nnd there by snld C!tv Coun-
cil bf ns-nln offered for sale to the
highest bidder therofor. In tho same
manner nnd under the restric-
tions ns hereinbefore provide!, snd In
£•"»<* jyila bidder falls to deposit with
the City Clerk the remaining nl.itly
per cent of his hid within twenty. four
hours nfter Its acceptance, the. rward
to him of said franchise will be set
nslde. nnd the deposit theretofore made
by him will be forfeited, and no fur-
ther proceedings for the snle of said
franchise will bo had until the same
shnll be rendvertlsod for sale. .
Notice is also hereby given 'hat the
successful bidder for said 'renchlse
must, within fivo days nfter 3atd fran-
chise Is swarded to him or It. file with
the City Council a bon<* -unnlng to said
city, in the pennl sum of fivo hundred
dollars, with at least two good and suf-
ficient sureties, to be approved by said
City Council, conditioned that said bid-
der shall well nnd truly observe, fulfill
and perform each and every term and
condition of snld franchise, and that tn
case of any breach of condition of said
bond the whole amount of the penal
sum therein named shall be taken and
deemed to be liquidated damages, and
shall be recoverable from the principal
and luretles upon said bond. If said
bond he not so filed, the nward of said
franchise will be set aside, and any
money paid therefor will be forfeited.
H. J. LELANPE.
_lj!-21-30 10t_ City Clerk.
Notlee lo S.-ivcr Cnntrnetura
Sealed proposals for the construction of
tho proposed storm sewer In Sixth
street from Occidental boulevard to
Itampart street, northerly along Ram-
rart street 980 feet, nnd east on pro-
posed street to Coronado street, will be
received .it the office of the City Clerk
of the City of Los Angeles, California,
until 11 a. ni. of Tuesday. January 2,
l!) 0«. All proposals must be on forms
furnished by the city and must be ac-
companied by a certified check drawn
to the order of the City Clerk of the City
of Los Anceles. for the sum of five (B)
per cent of the amount of the bid. The
city reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. Plans, profile, detail drawinca
specifications, etc.. may be seen at the
office of tho City Engineer. Prints of the
plans, profile and detail drawings, formn
or proposal, contract and bonds and
copies of the specifications will be de-
livered to prospective bidders upon re-
ceipt by the City Engineer of $2.00 Each
bidder Is required to make personal ex-
amination of the ground in which the
sewer is Jo be constructed.
Sizes and approximate lengths of the
sewer follow:
3."i5 feet concrete sewer, diametor 3
feet 7 inches.
100S feet concrete sewer, diameter 4
feet 4 inches.
Each bid shall be submitted In a sealed
envelope addressed "H. J. Lclande City
Clerk. Los Angeles. California," and In-
dorsed, "Proposal for constructing storm
sewer In Sixth street from Occidental
boulevard to Rampart street, northerly
filong Rampart street fiSO feet and east
on proposed street to Coronado street '
.„ „ H. J. LELANDE.
JI2-21-30 lOt City Clerk.
Notice to SewfP Coutrnctora
Sealed proposals for tho construction
of the proposed storm sewer In West-
moreland place and through private
property will be received at the
office of tho City Clerk of the
City of Los Angeles, California,
uuul II a. m. of Tuesday, January
2 1908,. All proposals must be on
forms turnlsh«J by the city and must
be accompanied by a certified check
drawn to the order of the City Clerk
of the City of Los Angeles, for the
B V n ,V of^' J vc 4.1' p< i r cent of the amount
of the bid. The city reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. Plans, pro-
file, detail drawings, specifications.
etc.. may be Been at the office of the
City Engineer. Prints of the plan*
profile and detail drawings, form* of
proposal, contract nnd bond* and
copies of the s] ecificatlons will be de-
livered to pronpectlve bidders upon
'fceipt by the City Engineer of J2.00.
Each bidder Is required lo make per-
sonal examination of the ground in
which the sewer Is to be constructed
Sizes and approximate lengths of the
sewer follow:
1260 feet of vitrified pipe sewer,
diameter 2 feet 6 Inches.
Each bid Bhall be submitted In a
sealed envelope addressed "H. J. Le-
lande, pity Clerk. Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia, and indorsed "Proposal for
Constructing Storm Sewer Tn West-
moreland Place and Through Prlvat*
Property "
...... "• J ' LRLANDB.
12-21-30 IQt City Clerk.
Nolleo tv Illililvr*
Notice Is hereby given that scaled
proposals will be received by the City
Clerk of tho City of Los Angeles up to
11 o'clock v. ni. of Tuesday, January
2, 1906, for tho furnishing to tho City
of Los Angeles certain supplies for tho
new Detention Hospital, according to
specifications on file with the under-
signed, and copies of which may be had
upon uppllcutlon
A certified check, payable to thP
order of H. J. Lolnnde, City Clerk, in
tho sum of 1 100. 00 must accompany
each proposal as a guarantee that the
bidder will enter into a contract with
tho city In conformity with his bid.
Council reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
By order of the Council of the City
of Los Angeles.
11. J. LELANDEI,
12-21-90 lOt City Clerk.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Mntlr*- nf <inle (if Property tor Delinqnffit tMnwmmt l.rvlni t« Pny the
r.xi>*n**« for Opening of nn Alley In the ninrk Itonmled hy Ttreßtj--thlr«l
Street, Twenty-fourth Street, Trinity Street nnd Snn Pedro Street In tho
C'ltr of l.ox Angete*.
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to the provision of the Statutes of th»
fltate of California relative to tn« collection of assessments to pny the expenses of
openlnn and widening streets within municipalities. 1, James Ilanley. Street Super-
intendent of the City of Los Angeles, will m Wednesdnj', the 3d dny of January.
190«, at 10 o'clock a. m., In the office of the Street Superintendent of the City of
Los Angeles. In the City Hall In said city, sell at public auction for lawful money
of the United States, all the property deseilbed In the following delinquent list of
assessments for the opening of an nlley In the block bounded by Twenty-third
street. Twenty-fourth street. Trinity rtrt-et and Snn Pedro street, attached to
this notice, upon which property the delinquent assessments descrlhed In saM
list arc n lien, together with the costs and penalties nerrulna; thereon, unless
Mid assessments shall bo paid before said sale, together with tho costs and
penalties thereon.
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j| owner. o «SSS¥2S?S. oi ' 111 1 to I § c
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4— Nels A. Mart In. lot 4 block A. Uurton Tract $25.00 $1.40 $0.50 |2!V!)a
11— Mary Donnecker, lot 11 block A, Uurton Tract. 2R.00 1.40 0.r.0 20.H0
12— Kleanor L. Hnrang. lot 12 block A, Uurton Trnct 28.00 1.40 0.60 29.00
20— S;(m A Adams, lot 8, Calkin's Twenty-third
Street Tract 28.H0 1.43 0.50 50.6.J
23 — Sarah M. Pratt, lot 6, Calkin's Twenty-third
Street Trnct " 28.35 1,42 0.60 30.27
25 — Mary E Wright, lot 3, except southerly 20 feet,
subdivision of lot 4 block 3 of tho Oarey Place
tract 84.90 4.20 O.DO 88.70
29 — Mary B. Wright, southerly R feet lot 3 subdivis-
ion of lot 4 block 3of tho Oarey I'luco Tract... fi.oo 0.2 T. 0.50 6.75
JAMES HANLET.
12-19-28 10t Street Superintendent of the City of Los Angeles.
Kollce of Street Work
Public notice is hereby given that on
Monduy. the 20th flay of November, A.IJ
1005, tho Council of tha City of Los An-
geles did, nt its meeting on said day,
adopt nn Ordinance of Intention num-
bered 12,070 (New Series), to have tho
following work done, to wit:
Ist. That
ELOIN STREET,
In said city, from the easterly line of
Avenue Sixty-four to the westerly line of
Avenue Sixty-six, including all Interac-
tions of streets (excepting such portions
of said street and Intersections ns are
required by law to be kept in order or
repair by any person or company having
railroad traclts thereon, and also ex-
cepting such portions ns have alreatly
been graded and graveled nnd accepted),
be graded and graveled to tho official
grade In accordance with the plans nn:l
profile on file In the office of the City
Engineer and specifications for grading,
and graveling streets In the City of Los ;
Angeles with the natural gravel of the!
street. Class B, on file ln the office pt the I
City Clerk of said city, said specifications
being No. 31 (New Series).
2d. That a cement curb be. constructed
along each line of the roadway of said
Elgin street, from the easterly line of
Avenue Sixty-four to the westerly line nf
Avenue Sixty-six (excepting along such
portions of the line of said roadway upon
which a cement or granite curb has al-
ready been constructed to the. official lino
and grade), in accordance with specifica-
tions for constructing cement curbs, on
file In the office of the City Clerk, said
specifications being No. 22 (New Series),
3d. That a cement sidewalk five (5)
feet In width be constructed along each
side of said Elgin street, from tho easterly
line of Avenue Sixty-four to the westerly
line of Avenue Sixty-six (excepting such
portions of said street between said points
along which a cement or asphalt sidewalk
five (3) feet In width has been constructed
to the official line- and grade), said side-
walk to be constructed in accordance wllh
specifications for constructing cement
sidewalks on file In the office of the
City Clerk of said city, said specifica-
tions being No. 23 (New Series).
4th. That n cobble-paved gutter be con-
structed along each line of the roadway of
said Elgin street, from the easterly line nt
Avenue Sixty-four to a point 3',^ feet i
westerly from the westerly curb line of'
Avenue Sixty-five (exreptlng- along susll
portions of the line of said roadway along
which a cement or granite gutter has al-
ready been constructed to the official line
and grade, and also excepting such por-
tions of said street and Intersections as '
are required by law to be kept In ordi;r j
or repair by any person or company hav-
ing railroad tracks thereon).
Said gutters shall be three and one-half
(3%) feet In width excepting at Intersec-
tions of streets, where said gutters shall
be seven (7) feet In width; and said gut-
ters shall be constructed In accordance
with the plans and profile therefor on tile I
In the office of the City Engineer, and I
In accordance with specifications for the
construction of cobble-paved gutters on
file in the office of the City Clerk, said
specifications being No. 7 (New Series)
Reference Is hereby made to said
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars.
JAMES HANLET,
12-IS-23 6t Street Superintendent.
Notice— Civil Sen-Ice Kxamlnntlnnn
Dec. 8, 1905.
In accordance with Section 1, Rule
IV. Civil Service Rules and Regulations
of the City of Los Angeles, notice la
hereby given that a competitive exam-
ination will be held on Saturday, the
23d day of December, 1905. beginning
at 9 a. m. o'clock at Grand Avenue
School, In the City of Los Angeles, Cnl.,
for the purpose of examining appli-
cants for admission to the eligible list
In classifications and divisions as desig-
nated below:
Division D, Class 3, grade 1, Engineer.
Engineer Dspirtn'.cnt.
Division D, Class 3. grade 2. Surveyor,
Engineer Department.
Division D, Class 4. Draftsman, En-
gineer Department.
Division D. Class 8. Instrumentrnan.
Engineer Department.
Division D, Class 9. Chainman, En-
gineer Department.
Division G, Class 3. Director of Study
nnd Research. Library.
Said competitive examinations will
include tests of proficlenov In reading,
writing, spelling, arithmetic, knowledge
of the duties of the several positions
named, general and specific experience
tending to fit the applicant for such
position, physical health, muscular
strength, soundness nnd acuteness of
faculties, personal habits, moral char-
acter and such qualifications as will
fairly attest the capacity of persons
examined to discharge the duties of
positions which they seek. Applicants
must appear in person at the office of
the Civil Service Commission not less
than eight days before the date fixed
for the examination, and file, under
oath, an application ln form prescribed
by the Commission, blanks for which
will be furnished on request.
By order of the Board of Civil Service
Commissioners,
D. W. KDELMAN.
Chairman.
W. A. SPALDING. Secrutary.
12-9-22 Ut
Sealed proposals for the construc-
tion of the proposed storm sewer
in Westmoreland place will be
received at the office of the
City Clerk of the City of Los
Angeles, California, until 11 a. m
of Tuesday. December 26, 1905. AH
groposals must be on forms furnlsnf I
y the city and must be accompanied
by a certified check drawn to the order
of the City Clerk of the City of Lo»
Angeles, for the sum of five (5) per
cent of the amount of the bid. The
city reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. Plans, profile, detail draw-
ings, specftcatlons. etc., may be seer
at the office of the City Knglncoi.
Prints of the plans, profile and detail
drawings forms of proposal, contract
and bonds and copies or the specifica-
tions wIU be delivered to prospective
bidders upon receipt by the C.ty En-
gineer of 12.00. Each bidder Is re-
quired to make- personal examination
of the ground In which the sewer li to
be constructed.
Sizes and approximate lengths of the
■ewer follow.
1260 feet vitrified pipe sewer, diame-
ter 30 Inches. .
Each bid shall be placed ln «
pealed envelope addressed "11. J. Le-
lande, City Clerk, Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia, and endorsed. "Proposal for
constructing Storm Sewer In West-
moreland place, from private right of
way to a point west of Vermont ave-
nue." '
11. J. LELANHK.
12-16-25 lOt City Clerk.
Nolli'e of Appeal
Notice is hereby {riven that W. C.
Magauran has filed his appeal with thu
City Council, appealing from the acts
and determinations of the Street Su-
perintendent In issuing his assessment
against lots 16 and 17, block 8, Wli-
81-.lro Boulevard Tract, for the Improve-
ment of Sixth street, between Corouado
and Hoover streets as being erroneouk
and unjust.
Said appeal will be heard by the City
Council at Its meeting of Tuesday, De-
cember it, 1905. at 2 o'clock p. m. or as
■oon thereafter aa tho same can be
heard. 11. J. LKLANDK,
12-21-2B Bt ' City Clerk.
fenfire of Sirrrl Wort
Public notice Is hereby irlven that on
Monday, thn 27th dny of Novembet
A.D. lit OS, tho Council of the City of
Los Angeles did, nt Its meeting on said
day, adopt an Ordinance of Intention,
numbered 12.137 (New Series), to have
the following work done, to wit:
That a vltrlfhJ ppe gewer be con-
structed In nnld city In
FIFTH STHEBT,
' from Mb In street to Hroartway, be-
tween the points, on tho line*,
at the elevations nnd on the grades as aro
i designated on the plan and profile of said
• sewer on iilo In the office of the City
• Knglnecr of said city, said plan and pro-
i file being numbered 11.6D1 In the records
of said office: said sewer shall be built
across such street or alley Intersections,
und with such manholes. Junction cham-
bers, fliiHhtiwiks, Iron covers, steps and
buckets, 'nnd other appurtenances, ns are
, : designated upon snld plan and profile.
; j Said Improvement shall be constructed
, I In accordance with said plan and pro..le;
; In accordance with Plans Nos. 25,458. 25.602
■ and 25,453 on file In the office of tho
said City I2nglneer; and In further ac-
cordance with the specifications therefor
on tile In the office of the City Clerk of
, said city, said : >eclflcatlons being entitled
"Spec'lflcailons for the construction of a
sewer in Fifth street from Main street to
Broadway in the City of Los Angeles."
nnd which specifications were approved
by said Council at Its meeting of Novem-
ber 27, l!»05, which said plan and profile,
snld plans and said specifications nr«
hereby referred to for more particul»"
description of said work.
Sec. 2. That tho said contemplated work
of Improvement, In the oplninr. of snld
City Council, 1h of more thnn local or or-
dinary public benfflt, and said City Coun-
cil hereby declares that the district ln
the said City of Los Angeles benefited
by said work or Improvement, and to be
assessed to pay the costs and expense*
thereof. Is described as follows:
All that portion of the City of Los An-
Beles Included within the following de-
scribed exterior boundary line, to wit:
Commencing at the intersection of the
southerly line of Fifth street with the
westerly line of Mnln street; thence south-
erly along the said last mentioned line
100 feet to a point; thence westerly In a
direct line and parallel to the snld south-
i trlv line of Fifth atreet to the easterly
line of Spring street; thence northwesterly
In a direct line to a point on the westerly
line- of Spring street, said last mentioned
point being 45 feet southerly of the Inter-
section of the said westerly line of Sprlrg
street with the ..aid southerly lino of
1 Fifth street:, thence westerly In n direct
j lino and parallel to the said southerly
lino of Fifth street to the easterly line ot
Broad-vny; thence northerly along the
said last mentioned line to a point 75
I feet 'northerly of tho Intersection of tho
said easterly line of Broadway with tha
northerly line of Fifth street: thence
easterly in a direct lino and parallel to
the said last mentioned line to the west-
erly line of Spring street; thence east-
erly ln a direct line to a point on the
easterly line of said Spring street, said
last mentioned point being 100 feet north-
erly of the Intersection of thfi ytild east-
erly line of Snrlng street with the north-
erly line of Fifth street; thence easterly
In a direct line and parallel to the unlil
last mentioned line tn a point. ln the west-
erly line, of Main street: thence southerly
airing the .-;ald last mentioned line to *he
point of beginning.
Reference Is hereby marie to nald Ordi-
nance of Intention for further particulars.
JAMI'IS UANLbV,
12-18-23 Ct Street Superintendent.
Notice of street Work
Public notlee Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 27th day of November. A.D.
1905. the Council of the City of Los An-
geles did. at Its meeting on s^ld day,
adopt an Ordinance of Intention, num-
bered 12.129 (New Series) to have the
following work done, to wit:
Ist. That
NINTH STREET.
ln said city from a point 1200 feet
west of 'he west lino of Hoov-
er street to the east line of
Vermont avenue, including all intersec-
tions of streets (excepting such portions
of said street anJ Intersections as are re-
quired by law to bo kept In order or re-
pair by any person or company having
railroad tracks thereon, and also except-
ing such portions as have already been
graded and graveled and accepted).' be
graded and graveled to the official grado
In accordance with plans and profile on
tile in ths office of the City Engineer and
specifications for the grading and gravel-
Ins of streets In the City of Los Ange-
les with the natural gravel of the street,
Class B. on file in the office of the City
Clerk of said city, said specifications be-
ing No. 31 (New Series).
2d, That a cement curb be constructed
along each line of the roadway of said
Ninth street from a point 1200 feet west of I
the west line of Hoover street to the e>ast
line of Vermont avenue (excepting along
such portions of the line of said roadway
upon which a cement or granite curb has
already b*on constructed to the official
line and grade), In accordance With spe-
cifications for constructing cement curbs,
on file In the office of the City Clerk, said
specifications being No. 22 (New Series).
3d. That a cobble paved gutter be con-
structed alone each line of the roadway of
said Ninth street from a point 1200 feet
west of the west line of Hoover street to
a point 1750 feet west of the west line of
Hoover street (excepting along such
portions of the line of said road-
way along which a cement or granite
block gutter has already been constructed
to the official lln» and grade, and also ex-
cepting such portions of »ald street and
Intersections as are required oy law to
be kept In order or repair by any person
or company having railroad tracks there-
on).
Said gutters shall be three and one-half
(3H) feet In width; excepting at Intersec-
tions of streets, where said gutters shall
be seven (7) feet ln width; and said gut-
ters shall be constructed In acci.Mance
with the plans and p-oflle therefor on Ie
In the office of the City Engineer, and In
*ccordance with specifications for (he con-
struction of cobble-paved gutters on file
In the office of the City Clerk, said speci-
fications being No. 7 (New Series).
Bee. 2. The Council of said city finds
upon e3tlmate of the City Engineer
that the total cost of said Improvement
will be greater than fifty cents ptr
front foot .vlong each lino of said street.
Including the cost of intersections, and
It Is determined, In pursuance of an
Act of the Legislature of the State of
California, approved February 27th,
1893. as amended by an Act of the
Legislature amending said last named
Act. which amending Act became a law
March 2d, 1899, that bonds shall bo
Issued to represent the cost of said Im-
provement. Said bonds shall be serial,
extending over a period of ten yedrs.
an even proportion of the principal sum
of which shall bo payable annually, on
tho second day of January of ench yem
by coupon, after their da>o until iha
whole are paid, and to betir Interest at
the rate of seven (7) per cent per an-
num, payable seml-annually on the
second days of January and July of
each and every year.
Reference is hereby made to satd Ordi-
nance of Intention for further particulars.
JAMKH HAMLtiY,
12-18-23 Ct Btreet Superintendent.
( HUNTINGTON BEACH
The coming . beach town of tht
South Pacino Count. Opportunities
for profitable Investment* are now
ripe. Lots at reasonable prices. -
mvm pn<;to.\ uuacii co.
\^ ?32 Byrne Bldg. J
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Notlee of sirrrt Work
Public notice Is hereby given thnt On
Mondny, the, 27th day of November,
A.D. mofi. the Council of the City of
: I.ns Angcdrs did, nt its meeting on
mid day, adopt an Ordinance of In-
tention numbered 12,13.) (New Series*,
to have the following work done, to
wit:
l»t. That
WALTON AVENtTR,
In said city from the, south line of
Twenty-ninth street to the north lino
of Jefferson- street, Including all In-
tersections of streets (excepting such
portions of said street nnd Intersec-
tion* na are required by law to be kept
In order or repair by any person or
rompany having railroad tracks there-
on, and iilso excepting such portions as
have alrfady been jrrnded and graveled
B.nd nccrpted), be prraded nnd graveled
to the official grade In accordance wltn
the plans and profile on fllo In the
office of the City Engineer and speci-
fications for thn construction of grav-
eled streets. Class n. In the City of
Los Angeles, on filo In the. office of the
City Clerk of said city, said specifica-
tions being No. 2!> (New Series).
2nd." Thnt a. cement curb be con-
structed along ench lino of the. road-
way of said Walton avenue, from the
south line of Twenty-ninth street to
the. north lino of Jefferson street (ex-
cepting along such portions of the llni.
of said rondwny upon which a cement
or granite curb Ikib nlreiidy been con-
structed to the. official line and grade).
In accordance with specification* for
constructing cement curbs, on tile. In
the, office of the City Clerk, satd speci-
fications being No. 22 (New Series).
3rd. That a cement sidewalk fivo
(G) feet In width be constructed along
each side of snld Walton avenue from
tho south line of Twenty-ninth street
to the north lino of Jefferson street
(excepting along the. west side of said
Walton avenue from the south line of
Thirtieth street to the north lino of
the first nlley south thereof, alonff
whlc'l shflll be constructed a cement
sidewalk four (4) fret wide, and also
excepting such portions of snld street '
between said points nlong which a
remsnt or asphalt sidewalk five (B)
fret In width has been constructed to
the official line nnd jfrnde), said side-
walk to be constructed In nccordanc"
with specifications for constructing
cfment sidewalks on file In tho office
of the City Clerk of said city, said
bclnff No. 23 (New
Series).
4th. That a cobble-paved gutter be con-
structed along ench side of snld Wal-
tlon avenue from the south lln*
of Twenty-ninth street to the
north lino of Thirtieth streoT
(excepting nlonp such portions
of tho line of said roadway nlonff
which a cement or grnnlte gutter has
already beon constructed to the. official
lino and Rrado. and also excepting such
portions of said street and Intersections
as are required by law to be kept In
order or repair by nny person or company
having rHllrond tracks thereon).
Said gutter* shall be three and one-halt
(3<4) feet In width executing at lntersec- !
lions of streets nnd alleys, where
snld gutters shall bo seven
(7) feet In width: nnd said gut-
ters shall be constructed In accordance
with the plans nnd profile therefor on
file In the office of the City En-
elneer. and In accordance with specifica-
tions for the construction of cobble-
raved gutters on file In the office of
the City Clerk, said specifications being
No. 7 (New Series).
Pec. 2. The Council of said elty
finds upon estimate of the City Engineer,
thnt the total cost of snld Improvement
will be greater thnn fifty cents per
front foot nlong each line of said street,
including the cost of Intersections, nnd
U Is determined. In pursuance of an
Art of the Lecrlslnturo. of the State of
California, npproved : February 27th,
1893 ns amended by nn Act of the
Legislature amending said last named
Act. which amending Act became a law
March 2d. 18fl9. thnt bonds shall bo
Issued tn represent the cost of said Im-
provement. Raid bonds shnll be serlni.
extending over a period of ten years,
an even proportion of the principal sum
of which shall be payable annually, on
the second day of January of each yonr
by coupon, after their rfate until tho
whole ar« nald. and to hear Interest at
the rate of seven (7) per cent per nn-
num, payable spml-anmially nn tin-
second days of January and July of
each and every year.
Reference Is hereby made to said Or-
dinance of Intention for'further partic-
ulars.
•TAMER HANLET,
12-IS-23 6t ■ Street Superintendent.
Notice of Street Work
Public notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 27th day of November,
A.D. 1005, the Council of the City of
Los Angeles did, at Its meeting on said
day, adopt an Ordinance of Intention,
numbered 12,141 (New Series), to have
the following work done, to wit:
That a vitrified pipe sewer be construct-
ed in said city In
MAIN STREET,
from Fourth street to Second street, be-
tween the points, on the lines, at tho
elevations and on tho grades as are desig-
nated on the plan and profile of said
sewer on file in- the office of the City
Engineer of said city, said plan and pro-
file being numbered 11,090 in the records
of said office; said sewer shall be built
across such street or alley Intersections,
and with such manholes. Junction cham-
bers, flushtanks, iron covers, steps and
buckets, md other appurtenances, as are
designated upon said plan and profile.
Said improvement shall be constructed
in accordance with said plan and profile:
in accordance with plans Nos. 25.452. 25.5Q-J
and 25.453 on file In the office of the said
City Engineer; and ln further accordance
with tho specifications therefor on fllo
in tho office of tho City Clerk of said
city, said specifications being entitled
"Specifications for the construction of a
sewer In Main street, from Fourth street
to Second street, ln the Cltv of Los An-
geles," and which specifications were ap-
proved by said Council at Its meeting of
November 21, 1905, which said plan and
profile, said plans and said specifications
are hereby referred to. for more particular
description of said work.
Sec. 2. That the said contemplated work
of Improvement. In tho opinion of said
City Council, is of more than local nr
ordinary public benefit, and said City
I Council hereby deelbres that the district
ln the said City of Los Angeles benefited
by said work or improvement, and to be
assessed to pay the costs and expenses
thereof Is described as follows:
All that portion of tho City of Los
Angeles included within the. following de-
scribed exterior boundary line, to wit:
Commencing at the Intersection of tho
westerly lino of Main street with the
northerly line of Fourth street: thence
westerly along said last mentioned line 75
feet to a point, thenco northerly In a di-
rect line and parallel to the said west-
erly line of Main street to tho southerly
lino of Third street; thence northerly In b
direct line to a point on the northerly line
of said Third street, said last mentioned
point being "5 feet westerly of the Inter-
section of tho said northerly line of Third
street with the said westerly line of Mnln
street; thence northerly In a direct line
and parallel to the said westerly line of
Main street to the southerly line of Bee
ond street: thence easterly al--ng the snld
last mentioned line to a point 75 feet east-
erly of the Intersection of the southerly
line of Second street with the easterly
line of Main street: thence southerly In
a direct line and parallel to tho snld
easterly line of Main street to the north-
erly line of Third street; '.hence southerly
In a direct line to a point on the. south-
erly line of said Third street, said last
mentioned point being 75 feet easterly
of the Intersection of the snld southo-lv
line of Third street with !he said "ant-
erly line of Main street: thence southerly
ln a direct line and parallel to the «Md
easterly line of Main street to the north-
er y line of Kourth street; thence west-
erly along the said last mentioned line
to the point of beginning.
Reference Is herehv mid, f n unld Ordi
nance of Intention for further particulars
JAMEB HANLcJY.
18-18-23 6t Street Superintendent.
Notli-e to Coutraetora.
Notice Is hereby given •.!mt sealed
proposals will bo received by the City
Clerk of tho City of Los Angeles, up to
11 o'clock a. m. of Tuesday, December
26, l'JOa, for the construction of ce-
ment steps at tho Intersection of First
and Boylston streetH, In accordance
with specifications, plans and profile on
file ln the office of the' City Engineer.
A certified check payable to the order
of H. J. Lelande, City Clerk. In 10 per
cent of the amount of bid must accom-
pany each proposal as a guarantee that
tin) bidder will enter Into a contract
with the city in accordance with hU
bid,
Counell reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
. By order of the Council of tha City
of Los Angeles.
11. J. LELANDB.
' 12-15-24 lOt City Clerk.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
*fn«lre nf Street Work
Public notice la hereby Riven that fin
Monday, the 27th day of November. A. D.
1905. the Council of the City of Lns An-
Kcies did, xt Its meeting on said d«y,
ndopt nn Ordinance of Intention, num-
bered 12 13S (Nrw Series), to have the
following work done, to wit:
That a vitrified plp« sewer be con*
utructed In said city In
lUIITANNIA BTREET,
from Brooklyn avenue to Bailey street,
between the points, on the lines, at
the elevations and on the gradei
«« are designated on the plan ond profile
of »ald sewer on file In the office of th#
City Engineer of said city. Bald plan and
profile being numbered 15.855 In Ihe rec-
ords of sold office: snld aewer shall b§
built across such street or alley Inter-
sections nnd with sucn manholes, Junc-
tion chambers, flushtnnks. Iron covers,
etepa and buckets, and other appurte-
finnces ns are designated upon Bald plan
and proiie
Said improvement shall be constructed
In accordance with snld plan and profile;
In accordance vlth plans Nos
2R.452, 25.502 nnd 25,453 On file In th«
office of the said City Engineer: and In
iurther necurdance with the specifications
therefor on file In the office of the City
Clerk of said city, said specifications be-
ing entitled "Speelflcftt'ons for the con«
structlon of a sewer In Britannia strout,
from Brooklyn avenue to Bailey street,
In tho City of Los Anweles." an d which
specifioatlons were approved by said
council at Its meeting of November 27,
1905, which snld plan nnd profile, said
plans and said specifications aro hereby
referred to for more particular descrip-
tion of snld wcrk.
Sec. 2. That tho said contemplated wor'<
%,. lm Pi""vemcnt, In the opinion of. said
City Council. Is of more than local or
ordinary public benefit, and said City
Council hereby declares that the district
In the said City of Los Angeles benefited
by said work or Improvement, and to bs
nwsessed to pay tho costs and etcpenses
thereof. Is described ns follows: .
All that portion of the. City of Los An-
*" iv J nellln ><l wtthln the following de-
scribed exterior boundary lines, to wit:
Commencing nt the most westerly
corner of lot 1 of Map of Squire's Sub-
division of a part of lot 5, block «1.
Hancock Survey, as per map recorded in
Hook 2D. p.ago 72. Miscellaneous Rec-
ords of Los Angeles County; thenco
from snld point of beginning northerly
nnd parallel to the westerly . lino ot ■
Britannia, street to the most northerly
corner of lot 6 of said last mentioned
map; thence westerly in a dlroct lino to
the most westerly corner of lot 9 of
Map of tho Valencia Tract, as per map
recorded In Hook 2. page 42, of Maps.
Records of said County; thence north-
erly and parallel to tho said westerly
line of Britannia street to the most
northerly corner of lot 1 of said last
mentioned map; thence easterly In a
direct line to tho most westerly corner
of lot 12 of Map of Wlrschlng's Sub-
division of a part of lot 5, block «1.
Hancock Survey of Los Angeles City
Donation Lots, ns per map recorded In
Book 13, page 43. Miscellaneous Rec-
ords of said County; thenco northerly
and parallel to the said westerly linn
of Britannia street to tho most north-
erly corner of lot 4 of said last men-
tioned map; thenco northerly In a direct
line to the most northerly corner of lot
20 of Map of Sutcliffe's Subdivision ot
a part of iot 5, block (51. Hancock Sur-
vey of Los Angeles City Donation Lots,
as per man recorded In Book 18. page
sti). Miscellaneous Records of i said
County: thence easterly In a direct line -
to tho most easterly corner of lot 20 of
said Inst mentioned map; thence south-
easterly In n direct line to tho most
northerly corner of lot 91 of Map of the,
Reesmont Tract, ns per map recorded
In Book 8, pngo 29. of Maps, Records of
said County; thence easterly In a direct
l!ne to the most easterly corner of snld
last mentioned lot; thence southerly ln
a direct line to the most southerly cor-
ner of lot 105 cf said last mentioned '
map: thence westerly In a direct line to
tho most easterly corner of lot 'sB of
said last mentioned map: thence south-
erly In a direct line to the most south-
erly corner of said last mentioned lot,
snld last mentioned nolnt being on' the
northerly line of Brooklyn- avenue;
thence westerly along snld last men-
tioned line to the point of beginning
• Reference Is hereby made to said
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars.
JAMES HANLTJY.
12-18-23 6t Street Superintendent
lfotlee ot Street Work
Public notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 27th day of November.
A.D. 1905. the Council of the: City, of
Los Angeles did, at its meeting on said
day, adopt nn Ordinance of Intention,
numbered 12,139 (New Series), to have
the following work done, to wit* • .
That a vitrified pipe sewer be construct-
ed in said city in <
RAMIREZ STREET, ' •
from Lyon street to Avila street,
between the points, on the lines.
at the elevations and on the grades aa
are designated on the plan and profile
of said sewer on file In the office of the
City Engineer of said city, said plan and
profile being numbered 15,581 in the rec-
ords of said office; said sewer shall be
built across Buch street or alley Intersec-
tions, and with such manholes, junction
chambers, flushtanks. iron covers, steps
and buckets, nnd other appurtenances, as
are designated upon said plan and profile.
Said improvement shall be constru<:fed
in accordance with said plan and pruAi*:
in accordance with plans Nos.
25,452, 25,502 and 25,453, on fllo ■
In the office of the said City
Engineer: nnd in further accordance with
the specifications therefor on fll«
tn . the office of the City Clerk
-f said city, said specifications being en-
titled "Specifications for the construction
of a sewer ln Ramirez street from Lyon
street to Avila street, In the city
of Los Angeles." and which specifications
were approved by said Council at Its
meeting of November 27, 1905, whicil
said plan and profile, Raid plans and said
specifications are hereby referred to for
more particular description of said work.
Sec. 3. That the said contemplated .
work of improvement, ln the opinion of
•aid City Council. Is of more than local
nr ordinary public benefit, and said
City Council hereby declares that the;
district in the said City of Los' An-
geles benefited by said work or Im-
firovement, and to be assessed to pay
he costs and expenses thereof, is de-
scribed as follows:
All that portion of the City of Los
Angeles Included within the following '
described exterior boundary line, to wit: '
"Commencing ot tbe intersection of
the northeasterly line of Ramirez street
with the southeasterly line of Avila
.street; thenco northensterly along. the
said last mentioned line to the most
northerly corner of lot 6 of Map of Sub-
division of part of the estate of Ynuarlo
Avila, deceased, as per map recorded
ln Book 34, page 90. Miscellaneous Rec-
ords of Los Angeles County; thencn
south 61 degrees 41 minutes east 233.55 \
feet to a point; thence north 26 degrees
32 minutes east 19.5 feet to a point;
thence south 40 degrees 21 minutes east
223.70 feet to the most easterly corner
of lot 13 of said last mentioned map,
thence southwesterly In a direct line to .
the most northerly corner of lot 16 of
said last mentioned map; thence south-
easterly along the northeasterly line of
Laid last mentioned lot to the north-
westerly lino of Lyon street; thenco
southwesterly along the said north-
westerly line of Lyon street to a point
six foet southwesterly from the inter-
section of said last mentioned line
with the southwesterly line of 'said
Ramirez street; thence northwesterly
in a direct line and parallel to the said
southwesterly lino of Ramirez • street
530 feet to a point; thence northeast-
erly In a direct line to the point ot bo-
glnnlng . . .'
Reference is hereby made to said
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars. ' .
JAM"IR HANI.RY.
12-18-23 6t Street Superintendent.
Netlre of Public Work . v .•'■
Public notice Is hereby given that at
its meeting held on Monday.- the 20th
day of November, 1 1105. the City Council
of the City of Lob Angeles adopted an
Ordinance, designated :is Ordinance No
KMOI (New Series), declaring Us In-
tention to order the following Improv-.
ment to be made, to wit: ... . . >
That
HOPK BTREET,
a public street of thu City of Los An-
geles, be opened to a width of sixty
'60) feet, between Thirty-sixth , street
and Thirty-eighth street.
Reference Is hereby made to said Or-
dlnanco on file In the office of the City
Clerk nt said city for further particu-
lars,
JAMES HANLET.
Street Superintendent of the City ot
Los Angeles. 12-18-27 fot
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