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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 July 1902

The San Juan Islander O. H. (I I.VIK, Kdit«r. FRIDAY HAR80R........WA5H. NEWS OF THE DAI Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World— Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Past Week in Cor flensed Form. A drug combine has t>een formed at San Francisco. President Roosevelt is at his summer home at Oyster Bay retting. The twentieth national convention of the North American Turnerbund is in session at I 'avenport. lowa. Key. Sheldon Jackson, United States general agent of education, says the government has undertaken to stock Alaska ultimately with 1*».000 Siberian reindeer. President Roowcvcli traa the orator ol the day in Pittsburg <>n the Fourth. King Edward*! rapid progress to wards recovery is opening the way for the carrying out of various jvostponed coronation functions. Negotiation I fora treaty between the United States and Colombia, by which this country will acquire the Panama canal property, will begin iii a \>e«'k . Colonel F. W. Ames, chief of p...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 July 1902

A SEVERE STORM OEVASTATES PORTION OF WEST ERN NEW YORK. B ,in an«l Floods Pile Up a Heavy Damage Ms* in the Empire State, Telegraph Wires Down and Rail road Tracks Washed Away in Many Places. Buffalo, >'• Ym July 7---A: terrible nd i" r!lin storm swept over Western !L York at an early hour yesterday orninir. Rivera and creeks: rose rap- X overflowing their banks and sweep .. away houses and barns and live tofk The loss will reach into the ondreds of thousands of dollars. Tel- L,h and telephone wires are down, ndi'onununicationwith small towns is difficult. This city was not in the path • t he Btorm. At Arcade, the flood tjnsed the loss of one life and did a hundred thousand dollars damage to property. Minnie Loper was drowned. • ipj, er e were many narrow escapes. \ t Yorkshire- near Arcade, the ap gpproaches of the bridge were washed away and miles of roadway were so milled or buried in debris that they will have to be rebuilt. At Sandusky two houses were washed away, and from e...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 July 1902

San JtfkH Island^ THE WI.ANDEK'CO.. Publisher*. O. H. CULVER, 1 Editor mud Manager. Entered at the" poatofllco in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. 8 ascription Pric«;« « »1.50 fet- Year Tbe Official Paper ot San Juan County. — Clubbing List »- To all subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears, if any) the follow ing named publications are offered, to gether with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.! ISI.AN'DKK and Seattle Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, $2.00 Seattle Times, weekly, - • • * >-8o Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer - : • , 1180 New York Tribune Review - • - - 1.86 New York Tribune, weekly, ■ - 2.10 Thrice a Week N. Y. World, - - - 2.00 Toledo Blade, 160 Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, - • a.oo 3; I<\ I'.xaininer, weekly, . - - a.50 S. F. Hulktiu, Sunday edition, - - 200 Chicago luter-Oceau, weekly, - • a.15 St. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, » - 2.00 Montreal Faintly Herald and Star ... 2.00 Farm and Fire...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 July 1902

U>ci\ and pereonal || ><^ v C. smith left for her home at T^ater Saturday, |g Tuimv ater Saturday.^ frank Mulii" has been spending a fc J. days with friends in Seattle. Mr Hyatt, of Olga, spent BUriday "d Monday with Sau Juan friends. - V* ■ + \V H. Hig^ji'l3 came over from Ana orte's to iiPelld the Fourth with his lauiiiy- , :;;it n \V. Freel, road supervisor; of the ive'st .Sound district) was in tDwnthe li rs t of week. c ,■.;.; Miss Pearl Simpson and her Sunday school class enjoyed a picnic at Mc- Poiiald'a beach yespurday. The outlaw Tracy is said to have been seen near Reiitoh.on Lake Wash ■ loU] ,. v Tuesday afternoon. . 1 ♦— —— .Mr?. Isaac Sand with and Miss Band ;h ( returned yesterday from their trip to Wyoming and California. 1 f-; Tlios. Hanson is buck from Anacortes where he was employed for a number of weeks repairing boats and scows for ie North American Fisheries Com pa"y" » W. H. McCrary, of Roolic Harbor, was in town Tuesday. He Is a candi date for the Rep...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 July 1902

UIPH HABfiCLOrS HEDIHIIOI! BY WILLIAM MINTO. CHAPTKR XXlV—Continued. Inside the council charnl>er was a much more pitiable spectacle than the disgraced and heart broken gentleman —a body of rulers corporately demoral ized and individually demoralized by panic, gabbling at one another like a Hock, of geese. If some Asmodeus could have transported them to Blackheath, taken the root off the (ireen Man and shown them the leaders of the commons in that humble tavern in quiet and earnest deliberation, it would have put them to shame. But the king's council was for a moment without a head. Fear had broken the bonds of custom, and the instinct of self-preservation ran riot above all the restraints of conven tional ceremony. Every man was eager to give voice to his own panic stricken comments and suggestions, and as they could not all gain the general ear at once, each man turned to bin neighbor, trying desperately to be heard above the din. A confused gabble and babble of voices, straine...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 July 1902

Difficult Digestion Tb at is dyspepsia. '■ '"' „ make life miserable. _ |,;, —■( | . puffercrs eat not because they wont to, i«, .imply because they miutf-y.*^ r-: '*" k^w they are irritable and fretful; J* ties cannot be otherwise. v "lev complain of a bad taste In the tb a tenderness at the pit of the ■atom-. Tan uneasy feeling of puffy fulness, iC J.he heartburn and what not. 7 & "£?! effectual remedy, proved by perma -7 nires of thousands of severe cases, is Hood's Sarsapantla jr^JirrFi llb »r« tlje *»••* <»ihsru£ Proves His Heroism. "Did you say," aeked the author'« friend, "that your hero, who it poor, is 10 itarry the rich heiress" "Yep, that ie the way he proves hie heroism.' —Indianapolis News. Hamlin"? Wizard Oil is a good medi cine; pain and suffering cannot abide tith'it; your druggist will tell you so. Noah's Trouble*. "Confound that dinoeaurus!" ex claimed Noah, as the ark gave each & larch to starboard that the waves dashed against the roof. "I wish it woul...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 July 1902

Orcaa Island DOB t?AY AND OMJA ■ * . » < i ( »ar Viereck celebrated tb* Fourth^ at <Hga. " ' Duncan Bower spent the Fourth in I'airhaven. Mrs. Schmidli and two daughters went lo Wlialcom Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. ()! Freel weut to Wliat- COiB Saturday on the Buckeye. The catch of the t'rnft I rap at Pt. Law voncp ba» been contracted to'tho I*. P. -V N. <'o. Mrs. O. N. Culver went to Whatconi Saturday to •gpen'd" a lew days with her *on, F. N. Culver.' " l < 'l.iixMiee Sluytor came homo and spent the Fourth at Olgft, He returnod Satur day to his work up-Sound. O. W. Freel, of Wont Sound, spent a lew days last week with hid son r Onitr and wife at Obstruction pass. The Olga celebration was very well at tended at the school house and a dance feral given at the <>lga hall in the evening. Mrs. C. S. llice eamo home Saturday, -veoinpanied by hor mother, Mrs. An drews. Mrs. Andrews will remain at Suinuiorville a few days. The ('rail lish trap got broken just be fore thu Four...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 July 1902

Qk San luan Islander, * _''■'",:■...■.■, a" n ■*■■■ " ' *J * ■-->,",■ '■? -*- Tf*# ' ifc^^^^l^^T^^^i ißp ™^^ *" *■ ' '' ' *V-I '^^P^^^^^^fc ' cV*^^^^~«*"f *■'■ V^^^ "" " " ■» ; ' .-" f^T F VOL. XII. N. 5. CHURCHILL Successor to the SAN JUAN TRADING CQMPANY, jdj; e Mowing Machine fs e Piano Make-Chain Drive HAYING TOOLS, ALL KINDS Headquarters for— -7- Hardware, Tinware, Paint Some Exceptional Bargains in Ladies'* Misses'and Children's Shpes Largest Store in San Juan • County. LARD! LARD! LAROJ] t syrST The McGhie Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, has ap pointed L. B. Carter sole agent for San Juan County for its Pure Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult eration of any kind. It li SIMPLY ALL LARD. Ask your dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Pound Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Yoar Money Will be I I Refunded at tlie. . . bLUt rHUNT MOKt I We Offer You ± — '„ = < i The Best $2.50 Full-Stock, I Oil-Grain Men's Shoe 0n.... I the Market. 4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 July 1902

The San Juan Islander <>. II CI'I.VKR. Idiior. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Lest Important Happen.nw of the Past Week in Con. densee* Form. I ■ . - Tin- crown prince of Biam will visit America. A wooden box trust ii being formed to control all the box factories in. the We* The navy department has ordered the gunboat Marietta to visit town* .'along the isthmus, and report upon condi tion*- there. 1 l'l-<.n the arrival of Lord Kitchener jit Southampton sir Thomas Upton took ooemai( n to announce that he will again challenge for the America* cup. The spread of cholera at Manila has nightly decreased, owing to the rain. Kivers continue Id rise in Kansas and low*, and the damage resulting is beavy. Robei (.'lay, a Missouri state repre sentative, wan kiLeri iti a duel at .Mexi co, Mo. Rumors are current in Panama that insurgents have captured Minefields. Nicaragua. The Rational Educational Associa tion's conve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 July 1902

jgjjy MINERS DIE NST O\VN SCENE OF ANOTHER FRIGHTFUL CALAMITY. . hi.. k x plosion in the Cambria Ter c ,, a l >line Temporarily > Buried gi«rht Hundred Miners—Major h m K ; aped, but Over One Hun dred Perished. . _ . , j o l,n*town, July 11 .—The impression ' ,;u among outsiders and certain j,, v ,.,' of the Cambria Steel Com 'Vtliiit ISO is a low estimate of the f\ list of the Rolling Mill mine. r^htv-seven bodies and 14 living men Jgve been brought from the mine. The "in,, officials will make no estimate f the "lead. Heroic work was done by I rescue party of 40 during the day. I t j g difficult to picture with any de or,* approaching its full worth the ork of rescue. How brave men went into the jawa of death in its most hor r ible form, encountered their fellows transformed intn raving maniacs by bours of waiting in the pitch darkness , t hr earth's interior, lifted them moaning from their beds of fallen rock rv \ then, bending and crawling on all f ourgl carried them a quar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 July 1902

San jfuan Islander THE ISLAND Kit CO.', Publlaliara. O. H. CCI.VHR Editor and Manager. Bnterad at the putttoAoi in Friday Harbor MMOMUj SUM mail matter. IllMripttM Price, *' •1.30 I'er Year the Official Paper ot San Juan County. - Clubbing Ltat - To all subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears, If any) the follow ing Mimed publications are offered, to gether with the ISLANDER, at the com biutition prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDKK and Seattle Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, $1.00 Seattle Times, weekly, .... 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist ... . - 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer - - ' - i.Bo. New York Tribune Review - • ' • - 1.80 New York Tribune, weekly, - - 2.10 Thricc-a-Week N. Y. World, - - - 2.00 Toledo Made, -.---- 1.60 Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, - - a.oo S. K. I'.xaiiuiier. weekly, ... 3.50 S. P. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - »°° Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - 215 St. l*aul Pioneer l'ress, weekly, - • »■<» Montreal Family Herald and Star - - - 200 Farm and Fires...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 July 1902

COUNTY BUSINESS (Continued from First page) . , ie pence for Lopez precinct No. 1, "'examined and approved. , _ V. (( .|, commissioner was authorized expend during the,ensuing^quart^r, . i.i 3 separate cbnjmi*bioner's dis mc" l«10 ' such sunci as he. m*V c°n- j C t fund, such sum as he may con d er necessary to keep the roads and Llges in "is district in good repair." The following tariff of wharfage rates .? fixed by the board and shall be )n fleet from and after the date of thjs c r diT. All shipments measuring 32 ° 4' feet, inclusive, will Jbe a tori, 25 cenu; under 22 feet to 10 feet, inclu sive, 15 cents; suialls, minimum charge; 10 cents. O.i the following articles, weight or measure, the tariff will ; be, per ton: General merchandise, 25c; grain and, potatoes, 25c; hay, 25c; machinery, 2o\ apples, 25 boxes to a ton, 25c; stone, rubble or dimension, 15c. 1 furniture, per, ton, measurement, 0.5 c; brick, 25c per 1,000; shingles, 20 000 " less, 5c per 1,000; over 20,000, 2ic per...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 July 1902

RALPH HMDEIOn HtDIATIOH CHAPTBB SCXV—Coatbtatd. "Then," cried Ball impetuously: turning to his colleagues,"we must have j the charters with us. We must not leave London without them. It if* ! necessary that we *cc the king alone." Tyler said nothing, but by a look ad- ] monished the impetuous speaker of his j indiscretion in thus revealing their plans. Kirby also cast a reproving j glance. The nu of quiet intrigue and organization was often annoyed % by the man of burning words. Ralph did not s.ee this by-play, but, as Ball seemed to address him, made anHwer by WHJT of excusing the king, that he could not grant charters with out the assent of his council. "We will be bis council!"' cried the tiery orator. "We will quicken their ! deliberations!" Then Kirby had a question to ask in his ordinary smooth voii-e. Did the ( king show the sane willingness to I remedy abuses when Ralph first con ferred with bin six weeks before? Ralph assured him that it wa9 #n, an j answer at which the lit...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 July 1902

Catarrh ft a constitutional disease. ',' •r, j.,; T- It originates in V scrofulous condition of the blood and depends on that condition. ■> it fen causes headache and dizziness, < 'airs the taste, smell; and bearing, ,tf the vocal organs, disturbs the stomach. it is always radically and permanently red * by the blood-purifying, alterative li,d tonic action of :■..■. ■■^v:' ; :r;; :^^;^. Hood's Sarsaparllla Thl! .rreat medicine has'wrought the most' •nndprful cures of all-diseases depending ™ st .rofula or the scrofulous habit. ;'.^y ■ >; """""Hoon'S Pills ar« the b*»t cathartic,- ;, ~ X Ray Not in It. ••jls I understand it, an X-ray will go right through a man's head. There is nothing else quite bo penetr&ting, is there?" "Oh, I don't know. Did you ever j, ear my daughter sing?"— Tit Bite. It Cares While lon Walk. tilen'!' Foot-Ease makes tight and new shoes »»l ea«v It is a certain cure for sweating, cal !>'* ami swollen, tired,hot, aching feet. Try it ,ii,v tall dr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 July 1902

1 Ban Juan Island ' i Outild* of Count Scat SAJf VALLEY ' John Stamiu went Ito Seattle Saturday. Willie and Sddta Katz are visiting for a few weeks with C. Rosier. Geo. Smith returned Monday from I'ort Townsend. I. Katz returned to Tort Townsend Sat urday after a week's business Visit on the 'island. Mrs. W. «J. Tucker and children, of I'ort Townsond, are visiting Mr. and Mri. 0. M. Tucker. Father Le Roux, of Ferndale, will hold services at the valley Catholic church Sunday, July 20. Mr. Kcefe has beon doing lots of work (he past week. Ho feels encouraged and thinks he has a good location. Mr. and Mrs. licet! and son John left Saturday for Tort Townsend. They were :\veft liked as good neighbors and'citizens und everyone feels sorry that they left. JM, Fleming has a fine new Peering harvester which ho roceived and set up this week. He had a Woods harvester before which he had uwed lor a number «>f years. Mr. and Mrs. Dorley and daughter Verna left Saturday lor up-Sound, where Mr. ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 July 1902

Cbe Ban Islander. VOL. XII. N. E. CHURCHILL I ' T% *, Successor to the . r • SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, | 1 WASHING MACHINE^ I The BUCKEYE, the Best Machine Made SUMMER HATS A Choice Variety for Men and Boys, V and>Cheap, too I Some Fine Bargains in Ladies', Men's } and Boys' Shoes, . ' 0 --———-—-■———-—————■ 0 largest Store in San Juan 5 '„ County. 0 , 1 LARD! LABDI LARDJ] | Kettle Rendered ' LARD! LARD! LARD! * j-j— The McGhie Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, has ap pointed L. B. Carter sole agent for San Juan County for its Pare Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult eration of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LARD. Ask your dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Pound Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Your Money Will be I Refunded at the... | BLUE FRONT STORE ♦♦+♦♦♦ »♦ ♦♦♦+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦< I We Offer You ! The Best $2.50 Full-Stock, > Oil-GrMii Men's Shoo on..:i | Oil-Grain Men's Shoe 0n..;. I the Market. , > I MARTI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 July 1902

The San Juan Islander O. H. « IIVIU. Ed.lor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Put Week in Con. dented Form. During the past fiwal year 730, Tits immigrants arrived in the (Js*ited states. The grand prise for the airship race at th<' St. Louii exposition haw l>een fixed at $100,000. Thousands oi acres of culivated land adjaceni to Hannibal, Mo., are under water, and the loes to CTOpi if> euor itiouk, Not being concerned in the Brussels Hupar conference, the United State* has not been invited to the czar's anti trust meeting^ which in a sequel to the Enipwls convention. ♦> llamud Bin Mahomed Said, sultan of Zanzibar, is dead. Paul dv Chaillu, the famous French explorer, is about to start on a rive years' trip through Russia. The new army uniform will be worn after the first of January, according to a recent order of Secretary Koot. The ladies of Cape Town presented Mrs. Stey...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 July 1902

0$ TO HANKOW MERMAN COMPANY WILL BUILD CHINESE ROAD. Amount of Supplies Will Be la'i" k cn«i•'<«•• and the Dellvepy or Tll ,. 5 ,.. aml Satisfying Demands of t ountiy to Be Opened, Will In rP ase Pacific Coast Commerce. NVw - York, July 19.—1t is learned '„, m authoritative source, says the Journal of Commerce, that tentative •rrtnuenientfi have been made for plac . tlu . .^40,000,000 in bonds which the American China Development Company t ti been authorized to issue by imper •gl decree of the Chinese government. j !ir ,,. bonds are for the purpose of .mpleting the railroad between Han jjow and Cunton. It will be a matter 0 { several months before the bonds can be engraved and ready for delivery, and it h hardly considered probable that t he transaction involving their sale will be completed within a year. There is. therefore, little indication of any very active work in the comple tion of the new road under the direct stimulus of the l>ond issue. It cannot be I.'a rued whethe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 July 1902

San jfuan Islander THE BLANDER CO., Publishers. O. H. Cll.Vi:R Kditor and Manager. Entered at the postolliee in Friday Harbor as second clam mail matter. Subscription Price. - Per Year The Official Paper o! San Joan County. _ Clubbing Lf»t — To all subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears, if any) the follow ■ ins named publication* are offered, to pother with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.ANDKR and Seattle Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, Jjj.oo Seattle Times, weekly, -. • - - 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist .... , 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer 1 - - I.B* | New York tribune Review - • - - I.So New York Tribune, triweekly, - - a.»o Thricen N. Y. World, - - • a.oo j Tolctlo Made, ; - • ; . ? - i-60 j Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, • 1 2.00 ! S. F. Kxaminer, weekly, ... 2.50 , S. P. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 j Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly. - - 215 St. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - ■ 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and Star - ' - - 2.00 Farm a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 July 1902

kocal and personal 11 IVter Hausen has been having a siege of rose rash. _ Vll r U *t Deliueatoi-s and Dtisignersat tl) , gander Comply - ' Vben Firth, of Seattle;-is visiting Stives and friends here and :at the joutUeinl. •"■ Cau t. John H. Boyc© is now master o f the steamer Puritan, of the P. P. & ji, (Vs. fleet. : - . For Sa i o _Thoroughbred Jersey bull, jl months old. Can be seen at P. Van Moorheiu's, Picas. 24-3t Tlip Sweeney Mercantile Company •hipped thirty-four sacks of wool to Seattle a few days ago. -—♦ - Fraser river buyers have been paying ftS high as eighteen cents for sockeye mlmon on the banks this week. ♦ Mrs. Lake and children, of Ballard, arrived Monday to visit her sister-in : law, Mrs. G. B. Drigg?, and family. 4 County Attorney and Mrs. W. H. Tliaoker have been visiting friends at Richardson and Lopez for a tew days. ♦ Hon. C. W. Ide, collector of customs for tlie Pugtit Sound district, was in town a little while Saturday morning. For Sale—New sloop —never...

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