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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, *5-s^3^^i^^r^^!^^r^^t^^ic^s;^^i^^,gp^'^£'^s |YAKIMAHABDWARECD.g 1 TTT<\T i I REMEMBER | Li-U Lf'Kl When fitting up for your spring work that you can save time and money by letting us supply your needs in such goods as Plow Beams, I Plow Handles, Plow Clevis, li I Plow Extras, Harrow Tooth, I Shovels and Spades, || Planet, Jr., Drills & Hoes, I Double Tree Woods, n. i • Tit- ___ Singletrees, ironed and plain, Neckyokes, § Wagon Wood of all kinds. I ALSO I Grub Hoes and Mattocks, 11 ml Hop Hoes and Hooks, Garden Hoes and Rakes. if !i 1 We liave Hit Stock aii Our Prices are Right. 1 if I. BESIDES OUR URtiK AND Wm m OOMPLETB I.INK OK Eni m Wi (ANTON CUPPEE PLOWS, I HARROWS, | I DISC HARROWS, I | CULTIVATORS, ETC. ffl .as* n_j I v No Better made. I 1 ~ I I Honest Goods at Honest Prices. I YAKIMAHARDWARECO.I Wi IWi m nit [^^;^^(^^[^^(__3^'_^^(--^<^^ jil^^gtf^^^(^--_l^^li^_^^ BARGAIN COUNTER *_ Tlffnn'ri c are r'(*s'*'r> r out t>,lil lots. Ilil rl...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

2 liEsniffli Mr. Louis Ker Thtrt\-tvvo Years I Koiiknt ol Viihima L'oimtv. story or thi: early times Frontier Reminiscences nf »n Interestlnr Character With Glimcses of the Life of a Brave .ml Fearless Soldier. luai|iliet hltle retreat fronting 00 the principal avenue in the once thriving 1111 r _- of Yakima .'itv, uii'ler his own \ ii," and t'lL'-in ■. lives * qnalnt personage whn, oerbape, can tell more of the his tory oi this fertile valley, more ol hard fought Indian battles, and more of actual frontier lite than anyone else within the bord r- ol Yak ma count]. 11.- name ii I. mis l\' r. and while ha has -pent more than the usual time allot ted to man, is nevertheless hale and hearty and with a mind as active and bright bs when, in the 50' a, be settled lo what, as he said, was the prettiest coun try he bad ever laid eyes on. Mr. Ker was horn on Ibe Emerald isle 7_' vw ,f« ago. hm notwithstanding tins laet. no truer American or bravt r defend er ol the stars and stripes ever liv...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

nn rims la the Ps-tttc Km i ContssfMMkßt Mentions the .lninn*ili>tie Lie. LARGE SAVING IN SALARIES Inspector Beck Makes His Last Call for This Season an. Notifies Orchardists That They Must Comply With the Law. Ziii.mi, March tt, IMS. Kniniß Hkkai.ii : As Ihe time has coiiie for aetioii on the part nf the com bined forces nf Yakima county, I would like to say a fe* words to those who bave allied thems.lves together on the inone tarv ipiestion. As there are occasional faleehoodi pablftbed in tlie opposing sheet which attempt to convey tbe idea that tbe present administration of county ailairs is nnt economical, I want to men tion that tin- fact that warrants are in de mand at nearly par, speaks far louder than words. Another fact noticeable is the saving of expenses in the salary line, which is truly considerable, and which will reduce the county Indabtedneaa ear. materially. Kvery ffliunty throughout the s ate will do well to do likewise. Despite the combined effort on the part o...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

I 111- YAKIMA HERALD. l:\ll._Y a. 11l- -IKY. I'lll.li-h.l •iii :i. .1 every rtinnda* . ibsi i Iptlou H.tKJ pel m'st in advaore Advertising rates apon application THL'RShAY, MARCH IT. tltt, Il ii to be hop* d thai Pn - din' Mi*- Kinli v will avoid all exposures t,i damp aaaa that might tend to take any March from bia backbone. Hew ill need it all in the next lea ii onthl. I'ln only n iic ol the late war that re tain* the reapect and veneration of the republican leaden is the government lionds. The "Id soldier* and the green barks base oullived their usefulness with i betn. _^^_______. Mim Clara Barton, of the Red Cross aoeiety, reporta that aba inula mure suf term.' iv Cuba i*aUßei I by the war with Spain, in proportion to the numbers, than iv starving, famiibing India. The Unite I S'a! c* should stop that war at mice. ilc Republicaeama in think that the city council made a mistake in paeaing an ordinance which prevents a saloon irom moving ono the Schlotfeldt build ing, noi predict!...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

Special Clearance... Sale- FOR THREE WEEKS COMMENCING Friday. March nth lik Reductions id is iii IN Dress Goods, Table Linens, Remnants, Shirtings and . . . Hosiery. MAILORDERS WILL RECEIVE OUR CAREFUL ATTENTION. 111 HIE I The Hii|li School lSo\s Were too Much for the Tth nnd Bth Grades, THE COMMERCIAL CLUB MEETS i Considers She Ctiestion of Dropping "North From North Yakima and Finis it Imprac ticable-Interior of a Residence Re ceives a Scorcliinc-Other Items. The much tHlk"il of game i f base ball between tbe High School boya and the boya ol the seventh and eighth gradesl ti ok place at the base hall groanda Sat urday afternoon and resulted in a victory! for ihe former. There was a large attend-1 ance of scholars including a generous' delegation of girls and several members; of the faculty. Nearly everybody wore the colors of one team or tlie other and there was no luck of ehouters whenever titber side made a nice play. The lower! class team had no class yell hut the high school g...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

c> No deception practiced. No |li KJ its ward. ABK YOUR DRUCCIBT for a genirons 10 CENT TRIAL BIZE. ! /^M_S\ Ely's Cream Balm rmi'niiis nn rnra'iie, mcri ury nor sny other In fill - Ir ..■ It opene .-11**1 cleanses the Naaal l'a--.i.-i-s. Allays Pun snd lull, mslion, Heals S'hl It tecls 'ii- Mi-iu rane Restores Ihe Sensea of i .-:■ aii >i;..... Is quickly ahao-hed. Ulvra ttcliel ■.: ii • ■'- -.' I•r11i- _- t . eby mail' Tr si SI/. Inrls al Inn" * -•- ia hy in 11. 1 i.\ hi;i 11 in ..-, ..*. *,\ irren street, Sew Vol* KVHIVTHI.u' V V! Wli TASTY. THS RICHELaIBU RESTAURANT .nub liiivis l»r leak* mi Famil) Partita, MKAI.s. 2_ \M> 50 CENTS. All tin delicacies of the se«s.in on our Tables, lull mid see us. Mli ill «■ II vim. filVI > 111 Is 111. AND I' tit I 1 111..1 Its. .■I TBE HI" 111 I 111 R EST« RAIT LI H llf fe. *1 ■ni H S ______ W pi ______ /^-.-f^Hr '«4tt'__9 / Off >!«M •A**!aW W-*\ "tasteless Lb- _TH 1 !_a____ ISJUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts. 041 en ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

Have you seen them ? Seen what ? Why those elegant Platino Photos -COOMBS & BRYAN'S I was just up there and I can't help thinking about them. And then t!i««y have such handsome cards, too; have never seen anything in town equal to them. If you haven't already been, be sure to stop there and see them. The boya are always gl *& U) see you and they guarantee satisfaction in all work. Their specialty is all kimls of Photographic work. "" Don't forget the place. Schlotfeldt Block. meM^.tmnm _ „ COOMBS & BRYAN. MAN'S AILMENTS. Duo to His Doparturo from a Quad rupodal Position. So . nys n Scientist Whn Hns Made n Mini» nf tin* il mini ii Ilnee—Sonic of the ' liiiiik' •> lv linr | \ Itllllllll J . An Interesting paper was given nt the three hundred and Vwenli-eighth cor porate meeting of the Bonton Bclentlfic societj by Dr. Cora Hosraer Flagg, the subject of which was the relation of man's evolution to his ailments. "It la i.iiion iili a." said the is pea ker, "ih at the huma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

s NEWEST OF THt COIFFURES. Ilrrxlnu the llnlr la \nsr n Mistier nf lndl\ lilnnl Tnslr—l'rrllj Ml>les. To look as pretty poing as coming set mi tn in Ihe general feminine ambi tion this »inter, snd the determination is noticed psrtlenlsrlj In the arrange ment of the hair. As much, if not MR, attention l« now paid to linesbont tbe nape nf the neck as tn outline of the hair on fori I,rail snd temples. The contour nf tbe head is pis-en se rious study, and all that tends to good balance and graceful pose is accepted, uhile what is unbecoming is rejected with a promptitude that seems lo fore tell the cmnncipstion of individual taste from the dialectics of tyrannical fash ion. To be beautiful is the present de lightful mode, regardless of the bow— antl, if i nt beautiful, at least charm ing. There Is no set st\le of coiffure this sen-i" . happily for all. lint nn idea uf suitability has ssserted Itself,and a variety i f styles, pretty ami correct, for rarions occasions are recognised. N...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

COFFIN - BROS/ - BIG - DEPARTMENT - STORE six CARLOADS ONE DAY ! Our Dry Goods Department has been placed in charge of Mr. A. E. Smith who came from ihe east to super intend it and especial attention will be given this department. NEW LINES IN DRY GOODS DOINGS AI DAWSON CM IS\ the Taklma Coatlageat of Gold Seekers Who Weal oa Ahead. FRED.ILNGST AT DAWSON CITY Death of a Prominent Pioneer Department Commander Visits Meade Post and the Relief Corps They Pronounce It a Lie. Probably mure Alaaka letters have he"ti received from I>ick McDanlela than irom any of the other boys, the latest being sent out to Mra. McDanlela under date of Janunrv 26. At that time he reported having just finished three weeks of proa pecting, and stated that they hud dug forty feel of holes hut had not vet struck pay dirt. II" wrote that Fred Jnngst had arrived nt Dawson and thai he and Peter Norby were working at |1.25 per hour and put ting in eight boors per day. There was no sickness in camp except colda ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

10 i inn m l-uuitiu Aiitlmiitv of the (iou*rn iui.iii.il Hcnil. '• CONSTABLE OP CONGRESS " increased ani EsteaM ty the Psaiwcstli Amendment. PrtuiJ Prntnss of the Ship uf State in the Last Decade. Judge Simeon W> Baldwin, of tho supreme court ol Connecticut, writea ns follows In nn article on "Absolute Power:" "Dow v to 186. i acb state had saidlfof herself: 'Mv people shall be free from arbitrary arreats; ti.clr liberty and prosjsritj shall be secure; their rights rquul; the law impartially adminis tered; the stranger within my gates protected from wrong as full) ns mj own suns.' Now came bad, for a brie! moment to the scene of action tbe j*'o ple to the Cnited States to say, by the fourteenth amendment, tbat thence forth every man should have their guarantee that the state would not re cede from these obligations, but they should forevi r and forever be Ihe foun dation stuui s of American institutions. "Was the great change a welcome one to every state.' You well know that it w...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

11111 COUNTY What is (loinq on in the Ncinhhorinq Towns and \ illiiijcs. BRIEF PERSONAL NKKS NOTES Par-irach. or s Social an. Gossipy Mature, Written Especially for * The Herald*' Readers by Up to Date Correspondents. UPPER NATCHEZ. Pin Sinclair is expected home shortly. Though Mr. Aikins is employed in town, his love lor hit* lamdy and his country home brings him home every Sunday. Elijah Denton and Mrs. (ieorge Hen ton returned from Ellenaburg Sunday. They went up lo attend tin* funeral of Hie little daughter ol John Denton, YREKA. "lCux" Hensiiii was in the valley over , Sunday, being a guest of Sam Williams. Mies Florence Burr came up from town, where she is attending school, and spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Kd Case and "Hilly" Clark have pur chased the place formerly owned by Ihe tatter's lather, from the Clark heirs. Mr. Parker lias rented the Davidson place. Tha family moved up from their former borne in tbe lower Natcbei last week. School began Monday. There is a large...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 March 1898

12 Monday 9 Tuesday and Wednesday We have engaged the Yakima Parlor Orchestra to play each day from 1 to 5:30 and 7 to 9 p. m. To introduce our new line of Men's, Boy's and Children's Clothing we will sell tbem at absolute cost, All Linings go free* with Dress Good, costing -TITTT^ f^* f\T T^XPTVT V*7 TT IV 1 Xl-Hi UrL/_U±J_E!j_LN sJTL U JU.XJ special pr ice during this opening H. H. SCHOTT & CO.. Proprietors mil wm Brief ISits of Xcsvs Gathered Prow Various Sources. PEKSONAL \\l) IMPRKSOXAL. •"Hews" Is Something Thai Is nut Generally Knows, an J Hue hei J, is ol The Her SRT Will Fia. Several Col umns ol 11. The Extra Five al Nagler's. tf J. Vi Peck left (orTacoma Monday. W 'de - repaired by Keene are war rant' |. C » d Briggs left for Koalyn _uesday night. All linings Iree with 35c goods at the Golden Kule. 8-2t Kir-1 class brick al Garrett Bros.' yard near :lie power house. -tl-tf The.' 1 weather and line roads give our cyclists a chance for grand sport. Bush II is n- ng the l...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, I Apto t» th Fral! * | | _B suite Wiia | i The Acknowledged j i LEADER 9* a* a* i { I i i „Li"«-c».mL».O , sm*amn*m*d* _/*■» | j r Why put your money into a cheap j j second grade wagon when a FEW $ ■ dollars more will get you the best | | uicoii in;iile in the world ? f and save you MANY dollars before j I• • 9 t it is worn out. ? . J f They Lead BECAUSE- ? 1 They are constructed of the finest materials ** j* possible to obtain. it . 2 Built by wagon makers who know their . [ business. | f i f 3 Finished in the best possible manner. ? ? 4 All gears clipped with Norway Iron clips. ? f No bolts to weaken them. \ f I t 5 Fitted with Studebaker superior steel skeins *) f and Concord sand rims. . . | They will carry more weight, stand | t more hard usage, will give you better * r service than any other wagon made. -j t Examine their merits before you buy. \\ f j | YAKIMA HARDWARE J I COMPANY ** * ** * * j A Card of Thanks. Mrs. Eschbarh desire-i to thank the m...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

2 I I LOCAL INK What 1. (iuini] on Daily of Interest to All Our People. MISL'ELLAXI-Ol'S HONE RBW9 The Commercial Clut Meets Will Lemon Bis Qucts His Friends A Noted Actor Com ing Miry Ellen Lease as s Rostrum Ontor. Directors Horsley, Ho'igb. Cornell, Bartholet, Steinweg. Ditter, Larson, Bogle and Stout ami President Steinweg were present at the mi eting of the governing board Saturday night. There was no business of Importance oa the calender and the boor was snent in ontlining tew w.rk snd discussion ways and me.ms ol increasing the meiii bership ami therefore the efficient:, ol tbe club. A Banquet. A very Interesting meetiog convened io the Richelieu restaurant Saturday night and did ample justice tv the good things put forward by tbat popular institution Will LetnOn was host and his miests consisted of nearly thirty of his friends whom he kindly invited to be present Tin: HKBAID man juins the others in pro- Bouncing th" affair a complete success. _ rejerlck Wardc as Virglnlus. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

11 I HE'S ANSWER The Silver Champion Answers the I nreliable P. I. Sf-VEK OIRHTIONS /--I9KCRCD They Act as a Disastrous Boomerang to Those Who Originated Them. Wages Increased Under Bimetallism and Decreased Under the Gold Standard. To tbe Editor ol tlie Post Intelligencer —Sir: I do not often permit myself the luxury of a dispute with a newspaper The newspaper always has the last word, and, when it is a gold a'andard newspa per, frequently finds an easy descent from tbe courtesy of honorable discussion (o the vile manners of tbe blackguard. In tbia last particular your paper is evident ly as bad at least aa the character of Hs cause demands. Yuur statement in an editorial this morning tbat "He (t) wil fully misstates facts and perverts his tory" is a fair sample of tlie amenitiea of debate as understood and practiced by your class. Fortunately the demonstra tion which it clearly affords, initio Iv, that you lack the ability to meet us hi inetallists in fair discussion, is some com ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

4_ [Ill: YAKIMA HERALD. MILKY .V lUKSI.KY. I'nMi.liers. Pabltahed every I luirmtay. Mbtcrlptlon $1.01) 1-t \ear In advance. Advertising rates ii|Min api'licatiou. THURSDAY. MARCHU, isns. Political parlies are not organised for tbe purpose of advancing a principle through the means of education alone, but thai by unite.l et.irt some great prin ciple already -.^ •-•■-. I apon maybe put inio etfei I __^_^_^_____ When this administration came into power a little over a year a^o it was loud in ita demand for postal savings hanks. It now looks as thong- the banks of de posit had heen heard (rom ; al least we hear im more on the (object. Our mo em political -cooomleta who •oak) make us believe tbat wa canjonly advance by means ol a good credit Whereby we can easily get into debt, cite ■is to the alow progress ol Saturn because .he is unable to pawn mr ringa, Pennsylvania is already in the throes oi a red-hot political campaign. Ho far it is all within th- republican party, be ing a Inline ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

11 in ni [mi Will Attend the State Pair and De liver Lectures. COMMISSION HAKI) AT WOKK. Arrangements WHI Be l-s.de. if Possible, for a Sham Rattle Between Indians and United States Troops -Special Premiums Offered. Th" state fair commission, through the assistance ol onr entire delegation in KM gress, have secured the presence ol an expert from the aiirieultnral department at Washington City during the coming fair, who will deliver leetnres during fair wei k upon the subject of the location ol artesian wells tbroiighniit the slate of Washington. The a, riciiltural depart ment under tbe direction of the secretary of agriculture, since the year !_!.() has been studying Ibe subject of subterranean water supply with most gratilving result!. Tlie expert to be assigned to this state is presumably the Hon. Charles VV. Irish, who is a speciiilist of many years de voted to the subject. He will, with a view of making his lectures of practical utility, study the report of tbe geological surve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

6 YSr c l*"-_?V*% i Is ****** iUaiaM ""J'■% 3rY_s* o n V / Hi'a \ '. I ***** , * J ~*nl TV .Al ii ___ jJiefev^'-M % m*&** _^ii_i» _________________________ 1 ELY'S ritFAM HAT.M Is n posltlrerurp. e\l<\ ly into the nnstri's. 11 is quickly ahsnri*-.. M cent* nt Jiru i-isisiT liv Bis I : sflmp'es tin-, hy mail. ti.v uiiui iii.ks, :,_ Wansa ■ksKewV-mClgr. I \ii:\llllM. HIT ami fISTT. THE RICHBUEU RESTAURANT I'ri *■ Bmn Inr Ladin tad Pamilj Parties i.. *. .XI) 50 CKXTB. All the deli'*s<*ii i f Cue si sson on out Tables. Call and ise us, .I'll I 11. 111 I M IDS, ll\|> 1(1 It A 1.1. IMi I'UUI DIN ft CM*. . r- -Till UrBFJJQ Rt-tTimurr. y**^V fry. '\ Oi^- '-1 k SS* *; TASTELESS CHILL TONIC ISJUSTASCOODFORADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts. IJai.atm. Ii is.. Nov. 10,1803. Pnrls.le .lelne c>.. St. Louis, Mo. Gentlemen:—We .— >I• I laat y-'ir. mn i^.tiies of 3RoVK*S i \ ■ |-1:1.1;.-s i imi.i, TONIC nnd Imv.i In ni.-- hi tlii'c KlHiss already 'Ins vi nr. In nil „«r ex lericii. 1 ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

Have you seen them ? Seen what ? Why those elegant Platino Photos COOMBS & BRYAN'S I was just up there and I can't help thinking about them. And then they have such handsome cards, too* have never seen anything in town equal to them. If you haven't already been, be sure to stop there and see them. The hoys are always gl id to see you and they guarantee satisfaction in all work. Their specialty is all kinds of Photographic work. Don't forget the place. Schlotfeldt Block. GOVERNMENT (iAKDENS. Furnl3h Froo Flow ore All tho Year Hound. A lii-l \«nli..t \\ hletl Wn.lilnu tmi riiini-r Ilinlors irrUmilnu War—lWniiii.ui Tree Floral r.itilblls. One of the nmst pleasing fentures in official life in Washington is the cou : unit, receipt, without cut, of cut How irs from the government gardens. These flowers are furnished ut the white bouse .mil in nl! th. i v entire de p;.rim,-ins almost f.Lry day tin year round, ami not only an the desks of tin highi.- officials made beautiful with the fj...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

8 OIK OCEAN EMPIRE. Paclflo Islands That Belong to the United States. stsir At Then A>ness>d by the Ues— rrnsirsl IMM • U»s- VV blah Still Rrmtlst In Para*—Hl«ht_ of lllir.nfrrrs. The proposetl annexation of the Ha waiian Islandi baa Induced a writer to c Mim i ne the archives of tbe state depart ment in regard to tbe posst ssious which we .i.n .mi hold iv the I'aclllc ocean, Distributed over the mid-Pacific, in the neighborhood of the equator, -!_ quite a loi i f small islands that belong Its the. I iiiled Slatt s. -Most i f thi m are from 1. ■■' to B.OOU miles In the south snd southwest of Hawaii. Home of them are near the Ullberi archipelago, and tliere Ls v considerable cluster jut about the leaser distance mentioned and directly south of the Hawaiian group, including America, Christmas, Palmyros and other islands of large size. Christmas island Is about :!."> miles long. It got its name originally from the fact that the famoui Capt. t'nok siojijiid there on Christmas d...

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