W. E. Lovdal, 14 Nov 1895, Sacramento Record Union, Pg 3, Col 1&2, POSTPONEMENT TILL NEXT MONDAY

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W. E. Lovdal, 14 Nov 1895, Sacramento Record Union, Pg 3, Col 1&2, POSTPONEMENT TILL NEXT MONDAY - Mr. Morrison said that practicable was a long...
Mr. Morrison said that practicable was a long way off E This land is near the city and should be reclaimed in order to ly to the taxable property of the sked it", in case tl pr«.-me Court decided the assessment illegal, illegal, the Trustees would immediately atk for the appointment of new Commissioners Commissioners and proceed Immediately with the work of reclamation. Mr. Lovdal said he would. He said that be < ■ 'be pr< sent a unjust, I.-cause it did noi iiito consideration the fact that low land would receive all the ; of it. but would pay only a small share ot the cost. The high land has been arly all the • \ cf keeping up I -• and Uie low lands ha\ • Xt to nothing tax. Mr. Bruner ■ aid h >t find on the Mm t! was paying any levee tax, an.i Mi aid that they paid neatly all the ! ■ .-■•-■;. ae was ] ; ted to $9 i ry little. •■ ■ - of the district bj i within its boundaries, and one by : if it. : -c. and Mr. 11l ;:H from the Political i t the only questions i board were: First, wn the lands In th - ; • been i ,:vl. whether ;? can m.-.l The law noth;: whether people outsi le the • or not, or whether they ar. injUIH I or I Mr. Sims contended that the bn-ud liad the same right of action that th< y had In th< • no ition of the oi I district. There wai for asking for the new | is tjv . s were willing to do wlrit was right toward reclamation. After the attorne; [»hed their argument Todd declared himself ready to vote on the oue • ■ Arrivals at the Golden Kagle Hotel yesterday: Frank Cavalli, doorge C Mackie, J. C. La/henry, C. M. Kyder, New York; 0. P. Stacey, T. I». Porter, ( tiicago; «>. VV. Hank, i.lmira; S. A. llaines, Indianapolis; W. 8. 1-ittie, C. ii. Pooll, 15. 1-. Wetherby, F. T. lloyt, lioaton; lioaton; L, J. Kattger, J. W. Ilendorann, .1. A. 1 sugar, 1.. V. Jocks, F. M. Averv, K. C A iii*. J. E. Hendry, A. K. 1». I'a'tter»on, I'a'tter»on, Charles RoltT, Sao 1 raiu-isco; it. w. Cahoon, Newark, N. J.; K. H. Heamer, Woodland; 8. Kuminelsbury, Coiusa: A. i». (>askili. Oakland; A. L>. Mason, P. 1". Kursoii, Nevada »_ity; 'i. W. Akor>, Truokee; W. Monlerie, i'reauo; G. I. ».>\> en, Penryn. Last Evening's Fire. A lamp upset last evening in a hou.se on sixih street, between N and O, owned by A. .1. I'ounner and occupied by a family family named Petera, and set tire to the house. The buiiaing was badly damaged, damaged, aad two adjoining houses were couaiderabl? couaiderabl? scorched. The entire loss ia perhaps .-■ . Police >bigoant Pluukcti'a bouse, close by, hud a rlosa cali, but it escaped with a snght ncorchmg. Has a Branch Here. The Continental Building and I^oan Association of Francisco has orgaai/ed orgaai/ed a branch in Sacramento. On 'lucoiiuy evotiine the following oilicers wore tie led: I'rebident, lelix Tracy; A. i;. Ku>i6il, Treasurer and Secretary; Directors, i oiix Tracy, a. EL Kudeii, Thomas <ioddes, 11. J. .Nortou, Miss Curie. Charles k. Lipman aud K. A. Crouch. Insane Asylum Management. A meeting of all the directors of insane asylums has been called by Governor Hudd for the 22d instant, in conjunction with the State Hoard of lCxatnineis, lv oousuit in n-uiird loail matters affecting the management of tnoso inbtltulioua. ijener: con'■■ rej i : iuterferi dis; ! ■■ m, : ; ut■ . ; i | uistrui ap;

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The Record-Union (Sacramento, California)14 Nov 1895, ThuPage 3
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  • W. E. Lovdal, 14 Nov 1895, Sacramento Record Union, Pg 3, Col 1&2, POSTPONEMENT TILL NEXT MONDAY

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