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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 December 1902

.1 THE NOllFULK NEWS : FRIDAY. DJWEMHEH 2 ( > . 1JHJ2 TheNottfolkJSieuis Only nnothor week , children. Thou _ Only a few tlnyH inoro until thnt vlint from Snutn Olnus inny bo rwllr.cd. From present npponrnnooH tlio Christ- innn of the VeiiezuoliuiB in not likely to bo merry , unless wnr ran lx > no called. MIssl'iuiFy Bloomer IB ix dolmtnnto in Washington society thlH winter , If anything In in n niimo she should bo n boanty , if not n ( ranch , Unsfloll'Sngo 1ms t niton n two-months' vacation from dntlos'nt his ollloo not beonuso ho could nfford it , but bocuuHo ho wns too slok to work. HIIBO Imll gossip IH nlrondy on in the Western lungno , It would BOOIII n though the fuiifl might Imvo wnitod until nftcr tlio joyH of the holiday Bonaou to discuss plnns for the coming houson'ri xport. _ A desperado wus killed in ToxnB the other dny whllo ho WHH nttnmpting to rob n bank , nnothor was wounded und it third IH in ouKtody. A very proper caper nil around. Stnnd up for Texas once. ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 December 1902

TUE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , n'TKMUKRiili. \ M2 President to Be Sole Judge in Venezuelan Dispute , SAID TO HAVE CONSENTED. London Believes Chief Executive Will Act In the Matter Castro Accepts President as Arbitrator American Ships Arrlvo nt Trinidad. London , Dec. 22. It IB believed thut President Hoosevolt's answer to the proposal made by the allied powers , that lie arbitrate the Venezuelan Is- cues , has been received In London. The strictest secrecy with regard to every phase of the negotiations IR pre served , however , and It Is Impossible to make a definite statement , uut such Indications as are obtainable point to President Roosevelt's acceptance of the ofllee . of arbitrator. A constant interchange of cablegrams Is proceed ing night and day between the United States embassy here and the state de partment nt Washington. By Wednes day , unless some unexpected compli cations arise. It IH expected the ne gotiations will roach a stage approach ing a settlement. With President R...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 December 1902

0 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FKIDAY , DECEMBER 26 , 1902. SATURDAY SIFTINQS , Mm. Ti , Mason nnd ilnuKhtur of Ploroo were tu the city todny. Kd. Ktllnu hns tnkon n position la X'nnl Nordwlg's harness Nhop. Miss Tiiylor of Hnttlo Oroi'k In doing Bomo shopping in Norfolk todny. Mr. mid Mrs. W. II , Uuohol/ returned lout night from n visit to Omnhix. U I , Burns rotunuul livnt night front a visit with relatives nt Sorlbnor. Postmaster llnys returned lust evening - ing from n business trip to Onmlin. Miss Ada Ogden returned last ulglit from n visit with relatives in Onrroll , Iowa. a. H. Mason IH homo for n month's visit with hit ) family on South Twelfth Btroat. John Hobncr IB in the olty vlfllting friends. Ho IH onrouto homo from n trip to Onmlm. Mins Ainiti Nordwig has ncceplod n position in linyos' jewelry Htoro during the holiday rush. John Conwny ifl expected from Nio- brnrn tonight to upend Sunday with Norfolk relatives. Miss Klnix Lixwronco returned li\Ht night from Nebraska Olty , wher...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 December 1902

i THE NOHtfOLKNEWS : FRIDAY , DKCIiMUKR 20 , 1002. A Norfolk Family Made Happy by Savage. PLEA OF DAISY LAWRENCE. Appealed to Governor in Her Father's Behalf and Ho Could Not Resist the " Prayer Mr. Lawrence Home for Christmas. From WodnoidBj's Dally. Dowu at 400 South Fifth street is probably the Imppiost homo lu tlio Btnto of Nebraska touight. The reason why this is Bnoh n inorry Christinas eve to the mother nud ilvo children nt thut plnco , is that shortly after the 7:20 : trmu over the Elkhorn rolls iu touight , their husband nud father , A. 15. fmwrenco , who has boon serving a ilftoeu mouths' sentence iu the state penitentiary at Liucolu , will walk in upon his family , u fruu man Governor Suviigu is the Santa Claus in thu case , ami h s gift comes , us told iu Saturday's NEWS , in response to u touching letter written to him by Daisy Lawrence , the child of the pardoned man. Mauy efforts had beou previously made to oiiliHt ex- excutivo olomuuoy in the Lawrence case , but nut ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 December 1902

Till' : NOJU'OLK NRWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 20 , 3902 A PAYMASTER'S RIDE [ nrlnliml.l Iti tlio nutumn tf ) ISU ( I wan ordered ns a paymaster In ( ho United Stntcn nrmy I" take $100,000 from Cincinnati to Mil1 Army of the Cumberland nt Chattanooga. Wheeler's cavalry WIIH nt that time anywhere and everywhere between mo and my detdlnutlon , and of course If wo happened to meet any of the detachments It would lu a great gain to the Confederacy and a great loan to the I'nlted StntcM. There wcro bands of guerrlllan roaming about , though not formldalilo to a guard of itoldlorB , but It WIIH the preHoneo of Wheeler's cavalry In tliu region wo Imd to pass that decided the pay de partment to wend the inonoy Hocrotly nnd without a guard , which might bo overpowered by superior numbera. I i'oaoho < l Nashville Mift'ly and de posited the safe containing the inonoy In the hiinU. In the evening It WIIH taken out through the hack door , iionl to a train of freight earn standing In the yard of th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 December 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL PART TWO. NORFOLK , NHHKASKA , FRIDAY , DI'XIMMIWR 2J ( , J.il)2. ) ) PAGES 9 TO 12 President Castro is Willing to Arbitrate Differences. ROOSEVELT HAS NOT DECIDED. Prc ldent Neither Accepts or Reject ! i Proposal That Ho Act aa Arbitrator. Germany Wants Some Cash In Advance - vance Before Agreeing to Mediation. | Caracas , Doc. 20. President Castrti lias telegraphed from La Victoria hla acceptance ot the proposal to submit all pending differences to the arbltra- tlon of The llaguo tribunal , subject to certain conditions , which Include cessation of the blockade and the re turn to Venezuela of the fleet seized by the allied powers. President Caa- tro'a acceptance has been transmitted to the Washington government , from which the proposal emanated. Washington Dec. 20. No confirma tion could be obtained In Washington of the report coming from Caracas that the proposition had been made to President Castro that all pending dif ferences between Venezuel...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 December 1902

Till' ] 'NORFOLK VKWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBEIt 6 , 1902. The NoPf oik fleuus W. N , UUBIC. IMibUntior. " I.Y , IKiUhlUliml , IfWJ. Rrnr ilny ff pi Hnn.lnjr. . Hr "Ur r er < * , l& enti , Hr mall par yi ar , tfl.OO. WKKUt/V NKWH-.IOUUNAI. . ThtN wiMiitolUhoil. l.VSt. The Journal , wUMUhwl tffll Kftrj Friday. Hr mult tier yonr , * l-50' Kclircd at tlia Poitcilllce at Norfolk , Noli. , ni ttcoQil olatl maltor. Y UphonMI Editorial Pnimrtment , Nr . Unilntii Olllo * anil Job mximi. No. W * . Many people are today entertaining the Batlnfaotory if not merry thought that Christmas COIIIOH lint once a year. The world is Inclined to pity those particularly who got mivod up In n Christmas wreck or other uooidont. This is a good day to forinnlnto u Now Year's resolution rognnlliiK liow yon will observe OhriRtinaH next yoi\r. Hoatrlco had a inaKiiillocnt Christmas bonfire , but rather inoro money was put into it than tlio season Hhould ( loiiiand. The weather olork evidently intended to unfon...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NBWS : FRIDAY , Dl'X'KMHKK ' 2(5 ( , 11102 , II When You're Tired Experimenting with cheap spectacle fakirs nnd "would * bo" opticians , suppofio you coino and pay UB our price for a pair of lenses thnt will fit your oycs nud give you satis- faction. Our prlco IB not high , but just high enough to give yon first-class lenses and frames nud first-class attention. Dr. Marquardt Ophthalmologist. The Best Gift of All that makes for life , long happiness. The Elkhorn B. & < S. association will make you a loan to bnild or buy ou favorable terms. T. E. ODIOENE , Secretary. PARISH We are showing a very fine line of CHRISTMAS CANDIES Balduffs , Allegrette , Woodward's ill plain and fancy boxes of all sixes and description. No where else can you find so complete a line selected with BO much care. Also a large stock of bulk goods mixed candy. School and Sunday School committees are iiivited to inspect , t Holly and Christmas Greens. Leave orders early PARIS The New Year's Cr...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 December 1902

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY. DEOMAlMtt 20. 1932. * AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA * A DOG IN THE PROFESSION By Lovctt DC Wolfe , Id" , 1 > U 7' . C1. Mflltnt 'TTTTTYTVTTYTTVTVTTTrTYTT ' The call of lUtopii m I mi IPX lnul boon Riven UiiiK IIRO , anil .Ilinmy nninl lie tied up. Tlio fjli'l who was Kolnjj to lie nn aclrcHs looked doulit fully about the ftmnll drosHliiK room InicHt ] of an Im movable jileoo of furniture Jimmy had an Impetuous tllHUHltlon | which liad not yet adapted Itwlf to tlio Iliultn- HOUR of the Kliipe , and the lrl felt that therein existed a bond of Mytnpiithy be. tween them. She lnul reculvcd her name of ( he "Klrl who \VIIH going to be nn actress" from tlio leading man. It \vafl flotiiewliiit Hurprlnlng , coming from htm , for ( he title wns llntteHng and pounded clever , mill the leading man , being a decided KcnltiH , WIIH emphat ically the reverse of clever. The girl dually concluded ( hut the water faucet was the only Ihlng In the room to which Hhe could xafcl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 January 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL PART ONE , NORFOLK , NHIMAS1CA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 2 , W08. PAGES 1 TO 8 i Creditable Results Shown by Norfolk Sugar Factory. MADE SEVEN MILLION POUNDS In a Run of 1002 Hours 30,000 Tons of Beets Wcro Converted Into High Grade Sweetness Competent and Energetic Work by the Officers. From Saturday's Dally , After S3 days and 83 nights , or some thing like 19913 hours of miming , the campaign of 11)02 ) at the factory of the American Boot Sugar company in this city , and the most successful run since the plant bognn operations in Norfolk ten years ago , was brought to u close yesterday afternoon , when the last little grain of ever HOVOII millions of pounds of pure whlto sugar , was turned through the factory nnd sacked for shipment. Q The last bit of a boot , after 80,800 tons of thorn had boon ground np , was tossed into the chutes at 2 o'clock on Wednesday day afternoon of this week , took nearly two days to make the rounds of the plant , and came ou...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 January 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PAIIT ONE , NORFOLK , NUHRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 2 , JU03. 1'AGES 1 TO 8 i Creditable Results Shown by Norfolk Sugar Factory. MADE SEVEN MILLION POUNDS In n Run of 1002 Hours 30,800 Tons of Boots Wore Converted Into High Grade Sweetness Competent and Energetic Work by the Officers. From Saturday's Dally. After 83 days nuil 83 nights , or some thing like 1992 hours of running , the campaign of 1902 nt the factory of the American Boot Sugar company in this city , and the most successful run since the plaut began operations in Norfolk ten years ago , was brought to a oloso yesterday afternoon , when the last little grain of over seven millions of pounds of pure white sugar , was turned through the factory and sacked for shipment. Q The laat bit of a boot , after 30,800 tons of them had boon ground up , was tossed into the chutes at 2 o'clock on Wednesday day afternoon of this week , took nearly two days to make the rounds of the plaut , and came out of ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : 1'RIDAY , JANUARY 2 , -Department of Agriculture Is sues Final Bulletin. ACnr.AQE , YIELD AND VALUE , Government Crop Report Showing What Wai RaUod In the Year 1902. Total Value of the Corn Crop la Over One Billion , WashliiRton , Dec. 31. Final returns to Iho statistician of tfco department of agriculture- from regular and special corroapomk'titfl , uuiiploiueuted by re ports uf special flohl ncontu , BIOW the acreage , production nnd vnluu of tlia principal farm cropn of the United States In 11)02 ) to have boon us follow * : Corn , nvcrnco acres , 94M3fil3 ( ; production , 2,52.1,048,312 btiBliula ; fnnn vnluo Dec. 1 , 1002 , $1,017,017.349. Winter wheat , nvoraRo ncren , 28G81 , > 420 ; production , 411.788,060 bimholn ; farm vnluo Dec. 1 , .1002 , | 22C,727,47fi. SprliiR whont , average acres , 17,020.- DOR ; production , 208,274.312 biwhelK ; farm vnluo Dec. 1 , 1902 , | lS5,40i,042. ( Onts , nvornKO ncres , 28,053,144 ; pro duel Ion , ! tS7,842,712 IniBh...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 January 1903

TUB NORFOLK NRWS : PK111AY. JANUAKY 52,1003. V r IT WAS THE BEST WHEN YOUR "FATHER WAS A IT IS THE BEST H B H BB IHM MMi S * s * There Is no test like the test of time. Cures everything that can be cured by a Perfect , Penetrating Liniment. Good for flan or Beast. One small bottle of Mexican FIus- tang Liniment will effect a cure when a gdHon of the watery compounds sold as liniment would have no result It is money thrown away to buy them I ) Says Dispatcher is Responsible for Grand Trunk Wreck. TWENTY-EIGHT WERE KILLED. No More Deaths Have Occurred and Most of the Injured Passengers are Improving Body of Missing Fire man Found In Ditch. London , Ont , Dec. 29. There were no deaths today among the persona Injured In FrWay night's collision at Wanstead , on the Sarnla branch of the Grand Trunk railroad , between the Pacific express and an eastbound freight , In which twenty-eight per sons lost their lives. The Associated Press was Informed at Victoria hos pltal that while several of ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 January 1903

THEN011FOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 2 , 1H03 Cutout tlio 3 after tomorrow mid write It I ) . You don't need to nwoar off Just filmply quit. It IH to bo hoped tlmt PKK" will comedown down within ronoh of the common people by Kastor. It am hnrdly bo a happy now year to the man compelled tosoltlo flftO worth of dobtn with n ton dollar bill , It IB anticipated thut the ing nmrk of the bcKimiluR of the now yonr will , ns uuunl , bo the bill collector. It wlllboacouploof days yet before the newspapers of this country can publiHh moBHogos from Hawaii , hot oil' the wlro. The Fremont Tribune 1ms adopted n rather yellow looking honrt style but the mutter IB exempt from the imputii- ttou given. You might begin practicing now to uncertain whether or not It IH worth while to go to the trouble of HWoarlng oil'on the first. This IB the time of the year when it IH easy to roBolvo tlmt next year you will not Hpond BO much for OliriHtmiiH , and it in jiwt iiHonny to break the resolution when GhriHtm...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY Is , I DOS u Allies Will Keep Ports Closed Pending Arbitration. REBELS RESUME HOSTILITIES. Rivera Retains Position Against Cas tlllo's Troops Revolt Against Cas tro Is on In Full Force Venezuela , In Possession of Powers' Note. London , Dec. 29. A dispatch to the Central News from Rome says It baa been Beml-ofllclally announced that under special agreements the block ade of the Venezuelan coast by the allies will continue during the arbi tration of the Issues. Wlllemstad , Curacao , Dec. 29. The Venezuelan revolutionists have re- Burned active hostilities against Presi dent Castro. There occurred yesterday - _ _ day morning a lively engagement bo- twecn 1,200 revolutionists , under Gen eral Rivera , and government forces at Cauyarao , in the vicinity of Coro. De tails of the engagement are lacking , but It Is known here that the revolu tionists had artillery. Tbo government forces were commanded by General t ) Refereno Castillo. General Rivera re ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : F1UDAY , JANUARY 2 , 1903. SATURDAY SIFTINQS , Prof. McCoy la enjoying n visit from bis father and mother of Lincoln , Mrs. aiipMer of Long Pine 1 * the guest of her daughter , Mr . O. 0. Hull Minn Olara Bruoggomann htw gene toToknmnli to visit frlontlH through the holidays. Mrs. 0.13 Oroou In enjoying a vlult from her mnthor and Hlstor , Mrs. and Mliw MoDjln of Tjliti'pln. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shoonwkor of Omaha nro guontH nt the homo of Mr. mill Mrs. 13. P. WiMithorhy. Miss Isabel Blidgo of Chicago Is a Kuost at the homo of her uncle * , 0. H. midW. H HrhlKO. Robert A. Stewart Is In the olty from Omnhii looking after his business In terests nml mcotliiK friends. Mr. nml MM. Storm MiithowHOii nro now occupying the cottage rooontly vncntod by 11 B. Wollor and family. llobort Bridge nml family , who visit- oil relative * hero over OhrlHtmnH , returned - turned to tholr homo In Fremont tlila 110011. Clyde KlHoloy nml HOU Lee spent Ohrlstnun with Norfolk relatives nml...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 2 , 1003. Bloom and West are Under Arrest. THEFT COMMITTED AT STANTON The Follows had an Eye for Fine Poultry and Took Only Plymouth Rock Fowls Sold birds for $30 to Armour Co. From AYodtioiday'i Dally. Chief of Police Knuo probably Rot into the coutor of a gang of thieves tit 2 o'clock this afternoon , has two suspects looked np , their last night's haul recovered - covered , nud IB now hot on the trail of the rest. The thieves stole an enor mous bunch of Plymouth Hook chickens at Stantou last nignt , nnu Bold them at the Armour poultry house in this city for $30 , this morning. The uauio of the captured men are Jo West and Samuel .Bloom and one who escaped is Olark. At 11 o'clock this morning Ohiof Kane received a 'phono message from Stauton to look out for ohioki'ii robbers. Immediately ho began to work on the case , and at 2 o'clock found West and Bloom loafing in the Armour building. Clark , another of them , got n tip in fcomo way and drove ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 January 1903

8 TJIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 2 , 1903 t On the River's J Brink Dy ELIAS LISLE 4 - tit , / > / , /it/ / ill ft JMrhimJumi "Wlmt ilhl you have to go l out thin plor for ? " complained Ilio watchman. "You're only making mo trouble. " "Man IH born to trouble IIH the npnrkH fly upward , " quoted the nmii. "Thin was tlio noarcHt ono , " ho added. Ho was panting n little. "You'd never not ii-pnHt mo If If" "If you hadn't been taking a llttlo nap , " miggoHtod tlio man. "Well , lt'n u Rood night for" ho paused , glancing down nt the dark river , silvered over with thi ) wavy nullaneo of I ho moon light "for Bleep. " The watehman Hhudderod. "You nln't really going to do It , " he wild entreatIngly - Ingly and edged forward. The com pany whleh employed him wan oio.sed | ) | to mileldes olT It pier * . "Don't comw any nearer now , " warned the man , "unless you want to hurry me. " There was a long silence , aeoenlnated by the nervous pulUiiK of n belated tug far out on tlio river ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 January 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEW-JOURNAL PART TWO , N011FOLK , NEBRASKA , Fill DAY , JANUARY 2 , 1003 , PAGES 9 TO 12 GL.BMRING 5ML.EI BAUM BROS T'V 20 Per Cent Discount 2ft PER CENT DISCOUNT On all our Men's , Boys' and Children's Cloting , t Furnishing Goods , Ladies' and Children's Cloaks , Jackets , Suits , Skirts , Waists and Furs , art on Everything in Our Entire Store. All Goods Marked in Plain Fi gtj A Chance to Secure a Real Bargain. . - * - 20 Per Cent Discount * * I First Cable Message from Hon olulu is Received. COMMUNICATION ESTABLISHED. Cable Works Like an Old-Timer and Officials Are Delighted at Its Speed and Accuracy Governor Dole Sends Best Wishes to President Roosevelt. San Francisco , Jan. 2. The first message from Honolulu orer the Pa cific cable was received here at 11 o'clock last night. The signals were perfect at both ends. The speed was fast , but-the operators have not fig ured out the rate at which the first messages were received. It was titling that the first mess...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 January 1903

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 2 , 1903 The flottf olkfteuus W. N , HUBIO , PubUnhor. DAILY. IKiUbUihml , 1SH7. Bn iltj xc nl Bniulnj. Hf" " ' " per * , IS e nti , Mr mall imr jtmr , pl.OO , WKKHLY NKWB-JOIWNAI * . iliBil , 1MI , Tha Journal , eitablMiml 1871 Ktt ry Friday. " w" > r < " ' * 1 > M > < BBltt4Uli ro oUle i lHorfolk , Neb , , ni MxradoUn vhooMt IMItorlnl netiottment , No. 23 1 INiilBWi Offle * * nd Job Aoomi , No. 8W. The your 1003 holds out big oppor tunities for Norfolk , The Unto > ! H about nt 'hand ' when the old Bottler will boRin to note JJtho first nlgua of nprluK. "A happy Now Yenr" belongs to the fellow who doesn't ewe a'cont , whether ho owns anythhiK or nothing. Fourth of July IB the uoxt Important event on the holiday program , but it la a llttlo early to plan for HH obaorvnnoo. Soon , nh soon , will the legislature bo in minion to 1111 in the more or loss tudiouB wait between TNow Tcnr's and _ _ The rate of business fnilurofl a on...

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