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    • Court work delayed

    • Photographs; Judges; Hospitals
    • Article from the 1910 February 24 edition of the Los Angeles Times reports that Judge M. T. Allen's illness will postpone cases in the Second District Court of Appeal.
    • The political watchtower

    • Local elections; Mayors election; Nominations for office; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Column from the Los Angeles Times dated 1906 October 30 discusses whether Republican candidates in the municipal elections endorsed by the Non-partisan committee will attend the Republican convention.
    • Whittier reform school in full blast

    • Reformatories; Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Whittier (Calif.); Children; Courts; Juvenile delinquents; Judges
    • An article from the 1891 October 3 edition of the Herald of Banning reports that courts are occupied in trying cases of candidates for the Whittier reform school. It also reports that it is beginning to dawn on judges that innocent children are...
    • Child and state

    • Children; Juvenile delinquents; Crime; Courts; Judges; Police; Reformatories; Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Whittier (Calif.); San Francisco (Calif.)
    • An article dated 1891 September comments on the unclearly defined powers of the police court judges under a new act. A blank form used in department 3 of the city police court is included.
    • The proposed transfer of boys

    • Congresses and conventions; Meetings; Children; Juvenile delinquents; Lawyers; Judges; Attorney; Reformatories; San Francisco (Calif.); Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.)
    • An article from the 1891 October 31 edition of the San Francisco Bulletin reports that judges and other officials decided to follow a plan of action to determine the legality of transferring inmates from the industrial school in San Francisco to...
    • Carry fight on mayoralty to voters

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Democratic Party (Calif.); Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Article from the 1906 November 29 edition of the Los Angeles Examiner reports on a flyer circulated by the Democratic party endorsing Stanley Wilson for mayor.
    • Has a gross wrong been perpetuated

    • Judges; Expenditures, Public; Courts; Furniture; Politics; Politicians; Governors; Business; Taxation
    • An article from the 1891 November 5 edition of the Los Angeles Herald reports on the furniture expenses of the new courthouse in Los Angeles and the political party affiliations of the judges.
    • Boys in convicts' stripes

    • California State Prison at San Quentin; Prisoners; Children; Juvenile delinquents; Schools; Criminals; Crime; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Judges; Jury; Letters; Education
    • An article from the 1892 January 5 edition of the San Francisco Examiner reports on the new school for young convicts at San Quentin prison.
    • Pasadena

    • Pasadena (Calif.); Housing; Santa Barbara (Calif.); Streets; Political candidates; Judges; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Reformatories
    • An article from the 1892 May 14 edition of the Santa Barbara Weekly Press reports on the houses of Pasadena and Santa Barbara and candidates running for Congress from the sixth district.
    • The reform school

    • Schools; Reformatories; Whittier (Calif.); Judges; Courts; Juvenile delinquents
    • Article from the 1891 August 6 edition of the San Francisco Chronicle reports on a conference held to determine which reform school students will be sent to.
    • The judicial remedy

    • Investigations; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Reformatories; Judges
    • An article from the 1892 January 18 edition of the Los Angeles Times reports that Judge Smith has referred Guinn's report on the reform school in Whittier to the district attorney.
    • Editorial comment

    • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; Shakespeare criticism; Judgments; Judges; Chicago (Ill.); Bacon, Lord (Francis), 1561-1626; Donnelly, Ignatius, 1831-1901
    • Three page article tells of a court case wherein a judge decided that Lord Bacon had authored the works of Shakespeare.

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