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STAGE COACH ROBBERIES
Black Bart’s stage robbery career lasted just over eight years. It started on July 26, 1875 and ended with the final robbery on November 3,1883. Black Bart was arrested on November 12,1883 in San Francisco by detectives Harry Morse and James Hume. Believe it or not, Morse had lured Bart to the Wells Fargo office where Hume was waiting. Black Bart was credited with 28 robberies. Just 18 days after his last robbery, Bart had been captured, tried, convicted and sentenced. On November 21, 1883 Charles Boles, aka Charles Bolton, aka Black Bart entered San Quentin prison.
- July 26, 1875. Calaveras County at Funk Hill; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: John Shine.
- December 28, 1875. Yuba County, four miles from Smartville. Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: Mike Hogan.
- June 2, 1876. Siskiou County, five miles north of Cottonwood; Wells Fargo Box and mail; a nighttime robbery. Driver: A.C. Adams.
- August 3, 1877. Sonoma County, four miles from Fort Ross; Wells Fargo box and mail; first poem left here. Driver: Milt Watson or George Brereton.
- July 25, 1878. Butte County, one mile from Berry Creek Sawmill; Wells Fargo box and mail; second poem left here. Driver: Ash Williamson or Jack Morrison.
- July 30, 1878. Plumas County, five miles from LaPorte; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: D.E. Barry.
- October 2, 1878. Mendocino County, twelve miles from Ukiah; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: Alec Fowler.
- October 3, 1878. Mendocino County, ten miles from Potter Valley; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: Nate Waltrip.
- June 21, 1879. Butte County, three miles from Forbes Town; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: Dave Quadlin
- October 25, 1879. Shasta County, enroute to Buckeye; Wells Fargo box and mail; nighttime robbery. Driver: Jim Smithson.
- October 27, 1879. Shasta County, twelve miles from Millville; Wells Fargo Box and mail. Driver: Ed Payne.
- September 1, 1880. Shasta County, near Last Chance Station; Wells Fargo Box and mail. Driver: Charles Cramer.
- September 16, 1880. Jackson County, Oregon one mile from California line; Wells Fargo box and mail; nighttime robbery. Driver: Nort Eddings.
- September 23, 1880. Jackson County, Oregon three mile from California state line; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: George Chase.
- November 20, 1880. Siskiyou County, one mile from Oregon border; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: Joe Mason.
- August 31, 1881. Siskiyou County, ten miles from Yreka; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: John Sullaway.
- October 8, 1881. Shasta County, fourteen miles from Redding; Wells Fargo box; nighttime robbery. Driver: Horace Williams.
- October 11, 1881. Shasta County, at Montgomery Creek; Wells Fargo box. Driver: Lewis Brewster.
- December 15, 1881. Yuba County, four miles east of Dobbins; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: George Sharpe.
- December 27,1881. Nevada County, at Bridgeport; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: Luther Sherman.
- 21 January 26, 1882 Mendocino County, six miles from Cloverdale; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: Harry Forse.
- June 14, 1882. Mendocino County, two miles from Little Lake; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: Thomas B. Forse.
- July 13, 1882 1. Plumas County, five miles from LaPorte; Bart shot; nothing taken. Driver: George Helms, Messenger: George W. Hackett.
- September 17, 1882. Shasta County, at Bass Hill; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: Horace Willims.
- November 23, 1882. Sonoma County, five miles from Cloverdale; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: Dick Crawford.
- April 12, 1883. Sonoma County, five miles from Cloverdale; Wells Fargo box and mail. Driver: Bill Connibeck.
- June 23, 1883. Amador County, four miles from Jackson; Wells Fargo Box and mail. Driver: Clint Radcliffe.
- November 3, 1883. Calaveras County, at Funk Hill; Wells Fargo box and mail; Bart shot. Driver: Reason E. McConnell.
There was another robbery they tried to pin on Bart, but he did not do it.
July 22, 1880. Sonoma County, three miles from Henry’s Hotel; Wells Fargo Box and mail. Driver: Martin McClennan.
1 Among the many myths around Bart is the one that says Bart lost his derby hat at this robbery and the laundry mark FXO7 was found in it and that led to his capture, more folklore. The laundry mark that eventually led to his capture first came light after the last robbery on November 3, 1883.
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Jack has all the details figured out! Gear, hotels, restaurants, rivers and great guides! One-stop shop for anyone looking to get into some great trout fishing! We had a great time & will definitely use Jack Trout again!
I’m a former NFL player however they didn’t know that BUT we got the VIP treatment anyway! Our guides Forrest & Dale were fantastic…I highly recommend them both so ask for them by name! Thanks Jack!
I had a great day on the river w/ Jack last month. The upper Sacramento river is a largely untouched fishery due to accessibility. I’d suggest that every avid fly fisherperson try this float at least once to experience the awesome fly fishing. We fished on Memorial Weekend and didn’t see a single person until our take out – 8 miles of river w/ no one. Unheard of in CA. Had over 10 fish, which is a pretty good day fly fishing.
Jack also really makes an effort to provide a memorable trip. The rafting aspect is really cool and the stream side lunch was a nice touch. I’ll definitely fish w/ Jack and his team again in the future!
Enjoyed every minute of this exciting and productive fishing trip. My first time fishing with Jack and he had us dialed into the bite right away!! Gorgeous scenery on this awesome stretch of the Upper Sac. Jack’s expertise on the oars, patient friendly personality, historical knowledge of this neck of the woods combined with a killer lunch are rare among fishing guides. I would highly recommend this for both seasoned and beginner flyfishermen along with anyone who just loves rafting!
Murder In Cuba has been the #1 fishing book in America for 25 weeks and now mystery writer Dianne Harman is doing a Jack Trout Cozy Mystery Series where Carola and I solve mysteries surrounding our fly fishing guide trips and outings. (Now you really want to sign up folks, you might get bumped off!
Murdered In Argentina is due out in 2 months and we are excited. Someone famous comes to Argentina with their priceless fly rods and ends up dead like Antonin Scali, looks like Carola and I have another murder mystery on our hands…. jt
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I know you discovered our tours through Jack Trout and that you wrote him, you’d like to fish in Transylvania. The tour you booked through our booking form is taking place though in the mountains, in south-western Romania.. and between the 6th and 13th of August we’ll be there with one other client, so there still is availability. We only have to check for accommodation for you and your husband (we’ll do that as soon as you confirm your booking).
If you’d like to travel to Transylvania is also all right, but we won’t be able to be there in person to guide you. In this case we can operate things through our local guides and still offer you a great fishing and sight-seeing week :)Please let us know what you decide and which tour you want to book. The description for both is here (for the one in the mountains with us) and here (for Transylvania).
You can also find out some more about the two sites on our blog:
For your booked tour:
http://www.flyfishingromania.com/blog/this-summers-adventure-part-5-transylvanian-experiences/and some general information about our destinations, which could help you decide:
http://www.flyfishingromania.com/blog/why-with-fly-fishing-romania/Warm greetings to Ukraine
Westlands Water District will pay big fine to settle SEC civil charges
According to the SEC, Birmingham “jokingly” made the Enron reference in discussions withWestlands’ nine-member board of directors. The now-defunct Enron was a Texas energy company that grew fast and then collapsed following revelations of crooked bookkeeping. Louie David Ciapponi, the water district’s former treasurer and assistant general manager, agreed to pay a $20,000 penalty to settle charges as well. Ciapponi also neither admitted nor denied the charges. The record $125,000 to be paid by Westlands marks only the second time a municipal bond issuer will pay a financial penalty to settle an SEC enforcement action. “Westlands, Birmingham and Ciapponi determined that entering into the settlement to fully resolve the matter was in the district’s best interest,” Westlands said in a statement. Westlands officials declined to speak about the case, but they noted in the statement that “the settlement did not find that Westlands, Birmingham and Ciapponi intended to mislead potential purchasers of the 2012 bonds.” The Westlands statement also stressed that the district has taken “prompt remedial actions,” including drafting new written policies and training. Even so, one longtime Westlands critic said she wasn’t surprised by the SEC investigation, adding that it suggests doubts about the district’s true financial picture. “The legal action taken by the SEC today against Westlands raises serious questions about the wisdom of relying on this large federal contractor to finance about half of Gov. Brown’s delta water-export tunnels,” said Patricia Schifferle, director of Pacific Advocates. Westlands, in its statement, noted that the district “has not missed any payment required to repay the 2012 bonds” or others issued by the district. According to the SEC, Westlands had agreed in prior bond offerings to maintain a 1.25 debt service coverage ratio, which is a measure of the ability to make future bond payments. It is the ratio of revenue to debt service payments. In 2010, though, the SEC said, Westlands officials learned that drought conditions and the resulting revenue losses would prevent it from reaching the 1.25 ratio. Rather than raise water rates for farmers in the 600,000-acre district, the SEC said, Westlands used “extraordinary accounting transactions” that reclassified reserve funds as revenue. The district then informed potential investors in the $77 million bond issuance in 2012 that it had met or exceeded the 1.25 ratio for each of the five previous years. “That wouldn’t have been possible without the extraordinary 2010 accounting transactions,” the SEC said.
AP Exclusive: Water giant gave $1.4M loan to official
Posted: Jun 08, 2016 11:18 PM PDTUpdated: Jun 09, 2016 3:36 PM PDT
(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli). In this photo taken Wednesday, June 1, 2016 is the Walnut Grove, Calif., home of Jason Peltier, the former deputy general manager of the Westland Water District. Peltier received a $1.4 million loan, from the water district…
(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli). In the photo taken, Aug. 12, 2014, Jason Peltier, second from right, the former deputy general manager of the Westland Water District attends a water conference held by Gov. Jerry Brown at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif. …