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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 8 April 1899

1 4 iii i.i: sea lOISTER Now Lying on the Portland Beach. I.MLESIM Off\STHE(CKVTIKK "A Torpedo Beit Dsstrsiir" to ks ÜBBahsa* sa jali 4 ttsst- A Fai.-i'd.bi. Craft. IMItTt-tNI.. I>rr. April 11-Ths big torpedo destroyer ij.tld.ba.rough will be ready for Uunchlng on tbe fourth of July, and the event will form no small feature of the cele* l-ratlo nof lhat slorlous day. As she stanata on tha ways today, she looks formidable enough to be sent against a whole fleet of th* enemy's warships, but. Ilka Secretary Dick Thompson's first warship, she still Is "holler. that Is to say she is all rase and no works The work! which will be a very essential part of tbe "-ld.lt-T'-ush , makeup, will be put In before ah.* ta launched. The conning towers are on the dicks, and a t.l«- hood, *hap*-l Ilk* a half rone, extends alotia th* forward deck ready !*> receive th.- breakers thai rolls ever the ihlu aa she plows alone, and drop them gently back Into their .lenient before ihey have time to look ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 April 1899

«»««»«e««".«f V e4»,v«v» V Twenty.five ("ruts a Month * *> li Bill sr Cs.'i.r 2 NNNMNNNIII o*>*>*>O vol. I. GENERAL LAWTON TAKES SANTA CRUZ XL ni . «i .- •,T ."■■■*.*••*.,. . Thus Placing a New Territory Under American Military Control. Sharp Skirmish With the Filipinos Results in Heavy Casualties to the Insurgents —Six Americans Wounded. Manila, April io—Gen. Lawton's expedition cap- tured Santa Cruz, the rebel stronghold on the south-east shore of -agora de Bay. The Filipinos made a strong and stubborn resistance but were finally routed and with great loss. Their killed numbered sixty-eight and forty wounded. The American casualities were six wounded. The fire of the Americans in this engagement showed remarkable precision and was the most deadly of the entire war. Americans captured a large number of prisoners, several cannon, and a large stock of rifles and ammuni tion. The troops landed near the city and made the advance at break of* day. The fighting began on the o...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 April 1899

•' I —.-m „i i ■ ■ i --■ .--■■-. ..**. «*■-! * ■ . — THE SEATTLE LH.jloUs'^ rt*iy siierius.it sxeaitii suntlar. I, 11. WELLS. IS. r. ll!*-!*. I.IMTt.*,, I Hl.lMiM MaJUOVB On* rent p** eepyt .1. leafi per w***k, er l«*t*tt.Rv». cent, per iiunttti tl,-llt*ert*.l la * .in.a*, siasy. to aaltsiiaa Ns In*,* rer-laa, " ~*r,» leip ri ono" i»'i u«si~iob. tun.,. \... m . * s* t i '-. t Avenue 1 men a at ih* )---* ■■'-.- -* Seattle. Vt .tiling. I,*n. a. .eeeud els*, mail,-,. The latest drspatlehes from tbe Philippines Indicate an early col lapse of the oratanlsed resistance lo American authority In Ihe Isl and. Th* shadowy fabric of gov ernment established by Asiiln.ildo nt M.il •! is has fallen to nleeefl Illtß a house of rani., while Ihe tlithting fort-ea of the r'llipltinß are wllhoitl a base of supplies, discouraged, and Shalt- by repeale*! reverses nnl pracllcally dispersed hmang the foot hills along Ihe eoust of l.uion Island. Insurgenli In large nuttibers are re turning to their homes I...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 April 1899

Pacific Coast lot!:!! Company tSfc-gw Fir ****.•*• Francisco Hv'jwrSv?'*', Tli* company's rle 1_ mi a*ii t iteamihleoj isCa^Ql VjlllClV. WalU Walla. mm\\ and Umatilla leave I a'.llll* *. ,i. in via Ton Town send and Victoria. Hat •V 10, 15. m, t\ April 4. I, 11. ||. 11, 11 May 4. and ,-*.er> fifth day there after. Leave San Francisco l\*r :i.- itlle 19 a. m., »U Victoria and l-."t Ttuvnssiid. Mirvh ». T. 15, ".T. I*. April '■- 1 'I. lit, *i, i«. May 1, an! avery llfth day thereafter. ►""OR ALASKA Th* eli'latlt steamshlpa Cottane Clly. Clly of Topohl and AI-KI lenv* Seattle » a. m. March 1, I. 11. I*, S4, 11, April », lf>, it, -Ji), JSa, to. May t, and every fifth day thereafter. l-*or further inf. ..nail. obtain folder. Tha company reserves th* rutht i., ehanse. without previous Atom, steamers, sailliu* (Ute. und hours „f s.tllia_. J r. Tli.iwm-.ii I'uitet HO. Sin * tVf.ni Ilk, Sent tt*. - I'ptown ticket office. (IS Ktral it-.. Healltai*; Ouotlalt. ferkins 4k Co.. lien, A*r*nt...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 April 1899

•I if Mm 1 WELL. .0 'Twas Only a Fairy Tale, You See, TOLD TO FILL IP V.ICWT SPACE "-"osHQpflHHnsV-s-s_ii^H Captain of His Mintsniti Throttle! Two Tolas About the Wreck sf the Topsks. Th* United States lighthouse steamer Mamanila. Captain Gregory, arrived In port yesterday afternoon from l.ynn canal, where she hi been doing work for Ihe past three weeks. The Vain.nil* Is the vessel which took the passengers off th,- steam er lit) of T.ipeki after she went ash**rt on Point Alexander, and brought Ihem lo Juneau. Th. slory published recently by on* of th* papers to the effect that the Man* iantali.il removed the buoy mark ing the reef an which the Top, «... went .-tail-.re, i. denied by the cap tain and officers of the Manianlta. "We it. i take up a buoy," said Captain tteapal*] without replac- Ing It with another. Ido not know how surh a story could hate been circulated. All of the buoys In Wrangel narrowa were In position when the Top, went sjshore."' The story also published to the ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 April 1899

♦♦*>»♦♦♦♦■>♦♦♦♦♦♦->♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ Tweaty.f.vß Cents a Munth $ Ll», i it Mill Cents s Msnth 2 Bi Men sr Ca.rt.r 2 *^*>C-V<. «<>*>•>*>»«•><>*>*>*a>«<>*t.«s vol. . YOUNG VANDERBILT'S FIERY HONEYMOON Willie Flees With His Bride, From a Burning Villa at.Oakdale* L. I. ESCAPED INJURY BUT BADLY SCARED Fifteen Servants Reach the Open Air in Safety - Mysterious Destruction of W. K. Van derbilt's Country Home. • New York City, April n.— Following close upon the sensational fires which have occurred in this city recently, resulting in the loss of many millionaires' lives, comes news that Wm. K. Vanderbilt's elegant country home, "Idiehour," at Oakdale. L. 1., was destroyed by fire at 4 o'clock* this morning. It so happened that no lives were.lost, although there were many people in the building asleep when the flames broke out in the cellar. Among the inmates were W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr. and his bride, nee Miss Virginia Fair, who were sleeping in o...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 April 1899

8 THE SEATTLE STAR 1.1, wilu > ra. riMiitta livery afternoon cxi—pi Similar. Kit. wins, lis. r. Cltts". l.l*t■vr. | Piatt,.... Man nils Use cent pet ropy I six rents per week, er t»*nlj-f,v* c*Bla pel month tlfllvei-eal I*. carrier*, slway. la atlvaai.st he Ire* copies, T «*» I sspr*.«-,—,«» r~H-tii» mo. *»■*!,-«-. **„ 110 s s i •-.-. arena* I U Ittaral .1 the pa-al-tRI r* «| Scat 11,'. ' a.rillle lon, a* .a.-.an.l cla.t Balller. The Chicago newspapers are be ginning to cry out against the em balmed beef Investigation, on the ground that It la greatly Injuring tha big packing establishments tt that city. * ** ;,'"■; ,v The Investigation has. no doubt. had Its effect upon the business of the packers, but who, pray, I* lo blame Put tin- men who .an the hertz It they put up all kinds of disreputable animals tor the use of Ih* soldiers, why should Ihey be more particular about the canned meat, furnished to the public In general* In th* city ot Ban rranctaco quite recently, the board ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 April 1899

Pacific Coast Steamsbiii Company f^W^ Tor S.IM 1 lillKiscii K|&V_^ Th*> company's el*. ——3ai -i I sent steamships J ."•^-■l|___i "-""em. Walla Walls, and Umatilla leave Seattle la. m via Tort T.awnarn.l anal Victoria, March t>. It, IS, 10, so. April i. », 14, i», si. », May I, and sv.*ry fifth day there. after. Leave San Fronolaco For Seattle It a. iii , via Victoria and l'ort T.ittnaend. March J. 7, 13, ;7. as, April 1. t. It 1«. 11. it. May I, aud every fifth day thereafter. •""OR ALASKA The elegant steenißhlpa Cottage City, Clly of Topeka and AI-KI leave Seattle »a. m. Mara 1, *, 11. 18, ***, 11. April i, 10. ii. HI. ii. It). May 4. and every Bfth day thereafter. , Tor further Information obtain folder. The company reeervee the right to change, without previous notice, steamers, sailing data*, and hours „f sailing. 3. T. Tito mo k. Puget Bd. BupU Ocean l>k. Beattle. t'ptuwn tia-ket office, ill lira! ay.. Seattle: Ooodall. I'erklns A Co., lien. Agents. Ban franrisro. ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 April 1899

« FROM DICE TO LIGHTNING The City Council Changed Its Topic at the Meeting Last Night. NOT A WORD SAID ABOUT GAMBLING Not E'en a Whisper About the Saloon Redis tricting Ordinance or I o'clock Closing. But Conduits Underground Con duits—These Were What Evolved the Oratory. Th* unexpected happened again at the meeting or '!i> city council] last night A large crowd. Includ- j Ing gamblers Interested In the games recently closed, sel.iaaißls (ttsturbed; ever th* possible enforcement of th* 1 o'clock closing ordinance, and church people who wanted all SB* ; loons cla.se l on Sunday, mad* up th*) bulk of the audience Tli. coun c men were expected to d*. much, therefore they decided to do nothing with these troublesome matters. As a diversion they tumped Into a discussion of underground conduits far electric wires, The question was brought up by K. C. Kllbourne. pres ident of the .Union Electric com pany, who was accorded the use of' th* floor for a few minutes Mr. Kllbourne stated that...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 April 1899

»»■>*><>♦♦♦*>♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦** i J Ttaenty-flv* Cents a Mssth ♦ a.* i'*i Mall c. Carrier ' X **•*»»»»♦•>♦♦♦•.>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦!; VOL, l. STARTLING NEWS FROM SAMOA - . Natives Defeat Allied Brit ish-American Forces at Apia. AMERICANS DECAPITATED - Their Heads Are Placed Upon Poles as War Trophies. GALLANT FIGHT AGAINST BIG ODDS Force of 105 Men ■ From the Phila delphia and fauranga Am bushed by 800 Rebels. INCITED TO ATTACK BY A GERMAN Those Beheaded Were Lieutenant Lans dale and Ensign Morieghan of the Philadelphia and Two Marines. LIEUT. FREEMAN AND TWO MARINES Of the British Cruiser Tauranga Were Also Cut to Pieces Great Excitement in Washing ton. London and in Berlin A Grave Crisis Precipitated—Demands for - Satisfaction May be Made on the Germans. APIA. Samoa, April 12. A mixed force of Amer ican and British marines was ambushed today on a Ger ; man plantation by followers of Mataafa, and were forced to retreat to the beach under a withering fire. • Lieuten ant Lansdale a...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 April 1899

8 THE SEATTLE STAR c, b, sou«- co, rmitirtL R» v.iy .tlelliaaoit eacer-i atui.ls, .11, • ■ Kilts. It, V. nut-r. I lUIOS I 111 US ..t MtNtri.B tin* teal r*t eoryi ala nm. i*t week, er tarsi, cits rent, per in..mli tlellrere.l I*t ra.il.ra, alas). la a.lt.aiac. No lie. ■ plea. Tolaphorie I '.u.s ISO ,'in... >„ HOT - - third Bassos 1 llt.teat Ihs lsa.ta.|**f eal Seattle. V. s.lttng. -ass. ,ui.| e1... isalier. ■ - Th news from Samoa today la of a moat alarming nature, and pres ages probably International compli cations of the gravest sort. It ap pears thai the blood of America ia and ilrillsh seamen has been shed by rebels Incited to action by a a '„*i man plantation manager, and that horrible atrocities were connected with th* affair Th* Herman has been seised and Is now a prisoner j upon the Itrltlsh cruiser Tauranga. That th* Sum.,an rebels will be ' heavily punished by the Joint action of liteal Ilrltaln and ths United States goes without Baying, and that ' reparation will be dem...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 April 1899

Pacific Const Steamship Company W^^ For Sun Francisco VWBI Thai t-aimp .lit ele _t_ll*l _M Rant steamships "HdiH Quern. Walla Walla, " and Umatilla leave Heattle a a. in. via IVrt Townsend and Victoria, March '. 6. 10, IS, SO, SB, April 4, *«. 14, IS, It. IS, May 4. and every fifth day there- ' after. Urate San ; Francisco JFor Seattle IB a."by,' via Victoria and 1-utt I-..tans, March ■•. T. IS. IT. 11, ' April 1. » 11, 18, SI, tt. Way l. and every nfth day thereafter. POR ALASKA The elegant steamships Cottage •City, City nt Topeka and VI Xl leave >' Seattle » a. m. March t. «. 11. li. -«. , 11. April S. 10, li, M. IS, M, May I. and every fifth day thereafter. Tor further Information obtain , folder. • The company reserves the rlsht to j change, , without previous notice, steamers, sailing date, and hours of , Bailing. J. »". Tlti-IVliltltxlF.. Puget 8.1 f-upt.. Ocesn MU Seattle. Uptown ticket office, «l» hirst ay., Seattle. OtaaHlall. IVrklna A Cat, Gen. ' ' Agents. Ban Francisc...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 April 1899

4 * A CONTEST IF ORATORY At the First M. E.. Church. i __ ,1 FOR ivnx-nhii.Et.nTE CO.VTCST : —i—■— Nsars I. Msrrliaaa and Rlohard Bushel! Tale the Nsnsra I af ths Ossatlsa. The First Methodist church was Well tilled - last •>. night with an i BUalience gathered to hear the ore* I tors of the University of Washing- ' tea In an oratorical cutest. The j contest was given by Dr. Edward , J. Hamilton for the purpose of, aa- , lectins an orator to represent Ih* , school la the Inler-collegtats orator- ' leal contest given In Tacoma. April i SB. Last night's contest was fully up to Ihe usual standard of former ' contests given by the school and showed thai much talent Is still In reserve. Of the six c.ml.-st lour were new students, ami the other two were members of Ihs . Junior class. -' Henry 1, Harrtman and Richard , lluahell won Brat and second prts*s respectively. Mr.'llarrlman already holds a Brat prise from the Puget tJouad University' and a second , prise from the Western Washing...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 April 1899

********************** ♦ Tt.raty.ttvß Ccnli a Monih ? iTw»Bty*tlv* Ctiali a ' Month SB Bt Mail *. Cai.lt*. V* ********************** VOL. I. MISS TAMER IS POISOII) Omaha, Neb., April m.— well-known actress, Cora Tanner, is on the verge of death here from the effects of eating poisoned candy left at her hotel by .hi unknown messenger. She was taken ill last night im mediately after partaking of the candy. A chemist has made an analysis .md finds that the confectionery was dosed with prussic acid. Miss Tanner is suffering intensely and has but a very:faint chance of recovery! The police are using their utmost efforts to discover the perpetrator of the crime. The diabolical attempt recalls the recent Botkin case In San Francisco, where Mrs. Botkin was convicted of sending the poisoned candy through the mail-*. caus ing the death of Mrs. Dunning and her sister at Dover, Delaware. It is believed that the story of that crime published in the newspapers, gave the idea to the per son who at...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 April 1899

-.. THE SEATTLE STAR _ l a.ji-u kWa riMffav^ gvery al.ern.-on evt*.*pt Bun.lay. *. 11. I* fel.U, ~ IK. F. 11l \«B, I i'll.'B | 1.1 ■!**. - • 'll*l '. I'm* ..-nt psr ttipa j ata tt-iila l-er tt*'... ef t*aeul*,-f*v. eenu per maitiin ala.tlver.*! It rafit.ta, sitae), m .*..-".. Su tree ...ri.. "Tel^oniTSko" iISO. ilitiin Nat, llui • > - Third Avenue kutereal at the t st»t.»ft <* .1 Sestile, aVas.iil.t-* leu, aa »a aa*ti.l . is., i.-.-all.rr. Th* dispatches from Washington, D. C. 1.1 toil, .11 Hi-t lln slum thai the Brians character ut iho tragic affair at Apia, rUniai-i, la fully real ised. There ta an apparent uttrmpt on th* part taf Inrth the English utid the .icriii.-in governments t*> should* er th* odium ot the occurrence upon each nihil The Oermana Bay that England Is largely responsible, In that she ba - delayed Joint action In actum*- th. »*.imo.iii dlftltutticl. On th* other hand, the English Mil emphatic attention to th* (M i that the ambuscade of the allied fort-re...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 April 1899

- Pacific Coast Steamship Company ' pta^ -Tsr Sat» Francisco ■< Ij^^^ Tlia* company's -.-,» I_T_P_*4 f'l-- * _B_P__.l ua " t steamships 1 ■i ßßa____ Queen, Walla \\ alia, j ' snd Umatilla leave . 7" Beat Us* I. a. m via Tort Townaend .111.1 Vial* March *>, 10, lis ft, JO, April 4. », 14. Is, 11, I tt. May 4, and every nrtti day there* 4 ..ft. r. Leave I Son Franclaco ' For Seattle lii . m., via Victoria and ' l'ort Tawnsend, March 1 T. IS. :T, U, , April 1. «. 11. in. tt, --, May l, and . every ' '111 day thereafter. F*OR ALASKA Th.* elegant steamships >■*" 1 ; Clly. City of Topeka and Al-Ki leovi *cai He » a. in March 1, «. 11, Is. 14, \ . 31. April k. 10. ii, t0,.1X, to, May i. I an.l every nfth day thereafter. ""Vr further Information obtain ■ . folder. i The company reserves Ihe right i.* I change, without previous notice, steamers, sailing dale, and hours at > sailing. I J. F. Tiiiiwniiii' I Hurst Sd. Bupt.. Ocean ' '** -.utile. Uptown ticket oßbci til v rat »v,. I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 April 1899

" 4 THE VlkO\ DISTRICT Important Changes Will be Made. SITKA I.\\DOFHtKTO(O\TROI. About 10,000 Sauars Milan of tb* 10-sr Yukon Vails* — also tbs Coast. VARniN'OTONr. April IS—The commissi..tier of the genetal land on.cc, after much pressure, mad* a uniendaUon to ths secretary of the Interior that ths laud compris ing- Ih* southeastern comer of the Yukon land district. Alaska, be turn ad Into the Httk» land district, a*, a, milter of convenience for th.* p*-t< 11* ot that region. It was the wish of many people that all of lbs Tab "and district lying south of th* «3d parallel tss nut Ie a part *>f ihe Sitka land .llairt. t. tor ihey contend thai j Sitka anas by far more easily reach- , sd than the land oftteo at Wear*, j since mured to Itonip City. Such a Chang* would have meant the transfer to the Sitka land district of about (7,1100 s.|itare mites, of territory. Th* change as finally agr».tl upon embraces only about 10,000 squars mile*. It being the country south of tbs «oih p...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 April 1899

********************** ? lM.nly-fl.i Crßts a IB ..nil. ♦ * It Mill *r Car. *> ****************** VOL. l* GERMANY SERVES A WARNING Says She Will Stand by King Mataafa of Samoa Is Willing However to Divide the Islands. Berlin, April 14.— Great Interest was manifested In the Reichstag today over the repljes of Heir Yon Bulow, minister of foreign affairs, to the questions put to him regarding the attitude "i the government in re lation to the Samoan affair. The minister was listened to with the closest attention. He said that Germany would pled* herself to maintain the conditions in Samoa created by the Berlin treaty, if the other power: concurred, but was ready for an equitable division of the islands between Germany. England and America, if such a course should meet with unanimous favor. Hen Yon Bulow further stated that the recent pro ceedings *in Samoa, leading to tin- dethronement of Mataafa were illegal, and he declared that the king could not he dethroned except by unanimous c...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 April 1899

I THE SEATTLE STAR JLtUWCtXA I £ r. m **K. hbITOK, | lilBI>W» NAKAttW CN Mil Mi 99aV§ j Bin rem* |h't amok ri tw<nivrt%e renin taftf nwmlh vlfUvvrmt » * irtiUiß. «!*«)« tb « iw!..i- >.*» llv IC|>Jt*P. i, T«ktftphont» i Pik« ISO. I >»:<•'*. No. 114. - - Tli|r*| \l''l'l ijiU.r-Ps.l »t th#f***m!tlt-<*iit fttHUtt- 1-, W«aittßv* tntt, »» Mttmil 4 !(•»* ii'iiii* Hear this howl from the anil* expansionist spin, ti, i i to.) Repub lican: •The on« thing which lh* Filipino* under the leadership of: Aguinaldo ask, as 'of, right'—copying tn th* act and purpose our ohn !•-■■ :..,ai;,ui t*f Independence, and pttlnllng to the American struggle for Independence as their high model—l* freedom and the I'pp.ii ttuiHy to govern them selves. Yel this 'n.iii. i-. ii !.- thing, this very ark of «ur i-ovtnant. »» deny to them In act term*." That Is all that Sluing Hull de* sired; all that King I,'hlttp originally desired In Massachusetts. If Aguin nil,* has a little advantage nv.tr th*...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 April 1899

Pacific Coast Steamship Company fr[***i ItrSan Francisco BQjrifyH The company's el*. ' ■t?Wj|) Kant steamships l^mgaMM y««'n. \v u ii tt Walla. ' an. Umatilla leave Seattle 1 a. in via ! l'ort Townaend and Victoria. March ». I*. IS, SO. SO, April «,», 14, 1», 11, : ' ». May 4. and every mm day there*! after. Leave \ * San Francisco For Prattle ib a. m., via Victoria and I l'ort Ton i -end. Mai ' S. T. U, :T, IS. I April I. «. 11. 16. ii. it. May I, and I svary iftli day theraatt*r. i POR ALASKA The elegant steamships I'.ttage City. City at Topeka and AI*KI lsava Heattle » a. m. March I. 8, 11. Is, W. «. April I. to. i.. 'SO. tH, SO, May fc, | and every fifth day thereafter. Yar turthrr Information obtain , folder. Th* company resert,*- t;,.* right to , change, without prevl»u» notice, i steamers, sailing date, and hours ot sailing. J. F. TIIOWniIIDOK. i Puget Bd. Sup! . . Venn t>k. ittla. j , ITptown ticket .."Hoe. «1» First ay., , fieatil... il.MHlall. I'erklns * Co.. lien. Agen...

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