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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1903

6an Juan loland < Out»UU of County beat V SAN JIAN VVI.IKV Miss K. BeigiQ weht to Tort Towu send last week. Mrs. i;. Clough,of Beattle,is visiting hn- parents, Mr. and Mm. Buckley. Mtaei'AliCA and Laura Stilton went to ( Seattle Thursday to upend the Fourth. :. ■ Miss Jennie Bergman went to Port Townsend Saturday for a -lit with friends. I']meat J. Korfl', who hasten visit ing friends on the island,' returned to Seattle last week. Geo. W. Smith -.vent to Port Town-; Bund Saturday to spend the Kourlii, re turning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wood, of Lopez, hprtit a day last week visiting his brother, ('has. Wood. Mrs. Jakleaiid daughters, Ktir.a and Mrs. John Berg, went to WhatOOIU Friday on the Thompson. School cloned in district No. 12 Thurs day. Miss If. Penuington, the teacher, left for Whatcom Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sweeney came down from Roche Harbor Saturday to Bpend the Fourth and visit relatives. Miss Myrtle Conkie returned to Whalcoui Friday .after speild^)g a month wi...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1903

Cbe San Jmn Islander VOL. XIII. \ Satisfaction! at any cost ; Mowing Machines, Rakes, ; Forks; Carriers and ! Haying Tools Of | All Kinds at | CHURCHILL'S i . _\, ;;_. . ,-v f i ? .■■».„' ** »: Ivarg^st Store in San Juan Cotirity. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ +■++++• ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ »4 ♦♦♦♦'♦'< What You Pay For a thing is important, but what you get in return for your money is ten times more im portant; In all lines' of merchandise the best costs more than the poorest. We don't keep the poorest, but we keep the Best at the • Lowest Prices* Leader in Dry Goo*;, Clothing, H % A IIT M C C"' M Shoes and Furnishings fT , M. JLlllwLll ♦♦♦♦♦+>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 4 ♦ ♦♦•♦+♦++♦ ♦ ♦ t ♦ ♦ t ♦ M M ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦^ r ' Fea a«s<# Coffee We can sell you as nice a tea as most people care to drink for 45c a pound. If you want some thing fancy we have it at 60c. „ We have coffee from 150 to 40c and can surely suit both your taste and your pocket book; G. B. Brig&& CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepa...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1903

The San Juan Islander O. II CI'LTIK, Sdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Brief Nummary of !*•• Important Tliwuk'i not the !*>•• Interesting, »lappentn£S of the Week, FroM All Pajrta of th« World. A violent earthquake phock is report ed at (.'apt- Town, South Africa. Young Corbett defeated Sammy Smith in a nix round l>out at Philadelphia. President Lonbet, of France, lias re turned home from hifl vinit to England. General CaraiQi M. (lav. of Ken tucky, bftfl been H^-nt to an insane any l.iin. The national convention r>l the Kp worth league meetl in Detroit this week. notnmercial interests of Gerroanyare making -erioaa protests against the new meat law. Congressman Joseph <;ill, <>f Ohio. luih tendered his resignation on account of ill health. The International Baptift Yoong P«o< pie's Union iH in annual convention at Atlanta, <ia. Russia in to make an effort to estab lish a great salmon canning industry on the Siberian coast. An fxplosion at the Pinole...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1903

ATSAGAMOREHILL HA V AND SENATORS GUESTS OF PRESIDENT. Alaska Boundary and Russian In cident Said to Have Been Top. ics of What Was Evidently An important Conference-Nothing Given Out for Publication. Oyster Bay, N. V., July 10.—Secre 'of BUt« John Hay ie a guest of Evident Roosevelt at |Sagamore Hill. Matters of *rave importance to this ■intrv i» its internationil relations wer e under consideration during the •fternoon and evening. The concluuions reached during the jonference are not disclosed, both the president and Secretary Hay regarding t v inexpedient at this time to discuss to publication the details of their work. T o two subjects of serious concern moßt 0 ( their attention was turned. They coDujdered in all its phases the Russian litaation, particularly with respect to t j l( . I'.nai B'ritfa petition, which it ha 9 btPii determined will be torwarded to the RuwUui government; and the Alas [ :iU boundary question which next month ia to be taken up for what in hoped may be f...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1903

San jfuan Islander TIIK ISI.\M>S'.K CO., PablUher«. O. 11. CUI.VKR, '.Cditor ami Manager. Entered at th" pnstonlce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. S,,Wri|»tloti ITic... - »1.80 Per V«'Hr The Official Paper oi San Juan County. _ Clubbing List — i To all ««\i)>*<•') 1 ers paying one year in ktlvance (and arrours, if any) the follow rig named publiontlona are offered, to gether with the ISLANDER, at tho <-"" bination prices quoted, vi/..: ISLANDKR and Seattle l'ost-liit<lliKCiicer, semi-weekly, f?oo Seattle Times. weekly, - - - - ISo Northwest HortiptiH«sjst • * " * l 6° New Yoik Tribune Farmer - - - I-8 " New York Tribune Review - t-Bo | New York Tribune, »ri-weekly, - - *•>• T.iriee-a Week N. Y. u'orld, - - - 2.00 Toledo Blade, " ' '" I: >troit Free Tress, weekly, - - 2.00 J S. P. Kxnmiucr, weekly, • - - 2-f.° ! P." F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 j C.ucago Inter-Ocean, \ytekly, • a.15 ft. I'jjul Pioneer Prew weekly, - 2-"1"1 j Montreal Family...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1903

i Local and personal < Wold it Lisl iear''» wines and liquors. Family trade a specialty. • . (ie c C. Gould returned Tuesday from Everett and Seattle. The revenue cutter Grant wan in port Monday and Tuesday nights. j a3 . F. King haa a new team of horses, purchased last week in Seattle. Broder & Mead expect to have their creamery ready for operation next week- a - j) r . W. T. Martin, who practiced dentistry here for a year or two, has gone to Pauania. « A large amount of hay, especially clover, lias been greatly injured in this coU uty this season by late rains. jukge and Mrs. Joiner and daughter returned to Anacortes Monday after spending a few days at East Bound. Bin. Jas. Burke, her daughter Allie an d so'i Leslie, leave Seattle today to join Mr. Burke at Siteo Bay, Alaska. ♦ John Douglas and Joseph Sweeney have sold their fish-trap location on the salmon banks to a British Colum bia company, represented by Capt. Bromley. ♦— A delightful picnic party was given by Mrs. G. ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1903

NLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER Vlll.—(.Continued.) A sharp pang of annoyance shot across Flora Champion as sin- saw Lord Harold bonding over her cousin. She had ex pected to find Winifred awkward and 111-dressed, and here she was, perfectly nt her ease, and elegantly dressed. It was in .Miss Champion's heart to treat her with slighting disdain, but Lady Grace was there, and she could not for p., her good breeding to gratify her Bpleen. So she walked straight up to where her cousin was sitting and held out her band, as though there had never been anything else but the most cousinly friendship between them. "How do you do? Did you have a pleasant drive from HurstV" "Delightful," said Winifred, recovering herself. "Mrs. Champion was kind < >ugb to send me in her carriage, although she was prevented coming herself. She sent a message through me to you that Sir Howard was rather unwell, and she did not like to leave him, but she hopes to drive over early next week." "I trust ther...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1903

'^Eruptions There is only one way to get rid ov ;, ,t,l*s ami other eruptions. -•* „: '"\,' ,l it's simple and easy enough Cleanse the b,o >d, improve the dipes tion Stimulate the kidneys, liver and kin* by the same means at the same lUTht> medicine to take is Hood's Sarsaparitla This statement is confirmed by the ex- Derience of thousands whom this medi cine has permanently cured. Accept no substitute. Government building*, with the ex ception of those iv Washington and a few ilsewliere, are mostly common place ;iiml unattractive from the archi tectural point of Tiew. A reoent act of Congress, which is soon to become op erative, was designed to work an im provement. The supervising architect for Uh 1 Tmisury has decided to relieve Ins bureau of much'routine work, and t0 s.vure h variety of designs by invit ing architects In different parts of the country to furnish plans in competi tion. Only the beet men wllJ be asked to compote, and beauty as well as util ity aud cost will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1903

Lopez Island LOPCI C. P. Johnson lias returned fro"tn Be* ut tif. Mrs. Rtjlnmutli went to Seattle Sat" urday. , Mrs. .]<).«. Thornton and tighter Eva went to Henry Island Friday. Amanda Clark i.i home flora ..Seattle for a short visit with her pdrritti! The people of Center gave, an Ice jn am tocial at Woodmen hall Friday eveniua for the benefit of «he cutfruh :it ( 'enter. The Royal Neighbor! a»id Modern Woodmen enjoyed a suppoi ut the hall Saturday evening given bj the losing side in (lie oonteel for getttog the most new members in the !*.<>yal Neighbor*. For Sale—Two thoroughbred Shepherd dogs—coolie puppies—from first-chiM work ing strains, |5 each.—Alfred Lawaoa, Friday Harbor, Orcao Island inn. HAY AND 01.i.A Wm. Emch lias moved his family to Whatcom. Mr. Morrow is putting up hay for Air. Blockson. . Mian Marie Schmidle is working at the East Sound house. Lane & Moore h:iv« seven men work; ing in their logging camp at Carlson's b.iy. > , Mrs. McLean and little ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1903

Cbe San Islander VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any cost Mowing Machines, Rakes, Forks, Carriers and Haying Tools Of All Kinds at CHURCHILL'S Largest Store in San Juan County. •♦ ♦ ♦4- ♦ 4 4+* 4+4~f+++4-4-+-f44-+4-« 4+4-4-44-+++4+4 ♦ 4 4+++4 44 4 4 »♦♦ ! ♦ i ; For a thing is important, but what you get iv <! return for your money is ten times more mi- ■" portant. In all lines of merchandise the best i\ ! costs more than the poorest. We don't keep 2,1 the poorest, but wo keep the Best at the -> : lowest Prices* + 4 > wider In Dry Goods, Clothing, T-\ J\ ICIVICf M! Shoes ami Furnishings IT m M> WbliOLDSi ■H*HH4>4HHfHH4+f444ifmH4VffHHHHffffHH We can sell yon as nice a toa as most people care to drink for 4.5 c a pound. If you want some thing fancy we have it at 00c. We have codec from 15c to 40c and can surely suit both your taste and your pocket book. G. B. Driggs CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared to Fill Orders for ail kinds of Rough and Dressed ""BOXES!- I CU | M ETC F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1903

The San Juan Islandei O. II (ILVIR, K<lil..r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Brio!" *nmrm»ry of I^»« Important ThiMiuh sot the lit** Intoreutin*, •lHit»*»U»«r>< of the Week. From All P»r*»«f ike World. The wife of Poultnev Bigelow, the intbor, 1 Ri lecured i divorte. Four lives were Inet In ■ lire which destroyed the sanitarium at Bonoer Springs, Kan. The battipehin Kearearge will rare againPt time in crossing the ocean from Portsmouth, England. Twelve ('liint'H*' were kill«'<l and eight hcvi Mlv \\(M!n!til in ■ mine explosion at Cumberland, B. C. The Burliiujton Railroad Company bat borrowed 15,000,000 to carry on farther improvemflntt. The Woolen mills at Oregon City, Or., have boon destroyed by lire. The loss is estimated at $40,000. The I'nited (iaa Improvement Com pany, of Philadelphia, will bay all Cincinnati gas property for $:i!M)00, --000. Kentucky Republicans in state con vention voted to endorse the adminis tration and candidacy of President Roosevelt. Mm...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1903

T 0 OPEN PORTS jKANCHURIAN SITUATION IS NOW SATISFACTORY. jna Agrees, and Russia Consents, t o the Opening of Forts to the Commerce of the World-Wash ington Administration Pleased 8t the Outcome. Washington, July 17.—The Manchu jin quertion has been settled satisfac ilv to this government. Assurances have been received from the Chinese government that it will in the near fn- f urt . open ac treaty ports several ports DO w iloyed to the world's trade. The Russian government has conveyed for mal assurance to the United States gov (jament that it will not in any way op poae roch opening. The ports to be opened are not yet ert-t iritMl, but it is supposed they are jfookden, the principal port of Man churia, and Ta Tung Kao, at the mouth oittl eYalii river. Tin- state department is highly grati fied at this outcome, feeling that it haa secured not only for American com merce bat for tne commeceof the world at large wry substantial gains. It now develops that the meeting of goMUm official...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1903

San jfuan Islander TIIK ISI.ANDGU CO.. Publisher*. O. 11. CUI.VKK, F.ditor and Manager. Entered at the poatoffic* In Friday Harbor as second qla*s mail matter. SnWriptt«m I'ric.-, - »'•''" I-'-'" Vonr The Official Paper ot San Jean County. _ Clubbing List *- To Mil subscribers paying '""* year In advance (arid arrears," if any) the fbHow ,. r named publications are offered, to jpthorwllli the [SLANDER, al the com bination prlros quirted, vi/..: ISI. \N !H i' and nt«« Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, fJO° Seattle Times, weekly, - - - • l-So Northwest Horticulturist - l 6° New York Tribune '•■• met - • - »- Ho New York Tribune Review • - - -i- v° New York Tribune, weekly, - - 2.10 r:,rice-« Week N. Y. World, - - - 2.00 Toledo Blade, ' '" Detroit Free ''"-" neini-weekly, - - 2.00 B. |.-. Kv.iniinu weekly, ; - ■ 2-5° • S. p Bulletin, Sunday edition, • - °° Chicago Inter-Ocean^ weekly, - 2IS ,st. Paul Pioneer fyess, weekly, - '•"° Montreal Family raid and Htnr - 200 1i! in and i; »ide, *...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1903

| Local and personal ;| Mi*s Mullis is spending a few days w ith friends in Whatcom. y\- o ] t \ A Liffhtheart; wint-s and liquors. Family trad* ■ specialty. * I'rancea Mullis went to Wbatcoin Saturday to viait friends. P arc California Port Wine $1.50 per. gallon at Wold A Light heart's: ♦ ' ♦ Mrs. Taylor and daughter Amanda, of Seattle, are visiting Mrs. Fame worth. Edward Hoag, of Tacoraa, is visiting lib cousin, Mrs. Frauk Wilson, at Sportsman's lake: |;; -^ Miss Clara Dueber, of Centralia, is ri-itiiiir tlie Misses Henderson at gportsiuan'a lake. « Grace Anderson, of Whatcom, is visiting her grand parents and other {jau Joan relatives. For painting, paper hanging, Ualsom lning, etc., In the most workmanlike manner and at reasonable rates call upon or address Harry Cary, Friday Harbor. Services at the Presbyterian church every Sabbath at 10:30 a. m. and 8:00 p. in.; Subbath School immediately after morning services; Y. P. 8. C. E. a t(i::;o p. m.—A. G. Boyd, Pastor. Harry Cary, ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1903

NLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) The party at Endon Vale was breaking np, Lady Marion Alton on being In formed of her niece's engagement had come to Endon Vale and carried her off t-i 1.0n.'.,.11. and thence to pay a visit to Berkshire. Francis Clayton had left th<; day before for London. Miss Champion had Hayed on, In the hope of winning back 1.-. Harold to his allegiance; but now that she round each day attracting him more and more to her cousin, she could endure it do longer. The visit to Lady Grace, from which the had antici pated such great result!?, had been fraught with the most bitter mortifica tion. That time evening while Lady Urace w:is in her own little sanctum reading, Winifred knocked at her door and. in an iwer .to her "come in," the girl went iv and shut the door. Lady Grace looked up and smiled kindly, and then she looked again. Wini fred did not seem bright and beaming us was her wont—she was nervous, and there were tear stains on her face. "Wha...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1903

Tie Itch Fiend That is >;ut Rheum, or Eczema—m 3 0 tl.e outward n an.testationa of scrot 'it cornea in itching, burning, oozing, ,lrvin_'. and scaling patents, on the face, j R ." iU I, hand*, legtorbody: It cannot In 1 cured by outward appli . „'_ the blood must be rid of the impurity to which it is due. Mood's Sarsaparllla 1! „ cured the most i ersis-t nt ; n I difti ( . ,; t ,;i es. Accept no substitute for li, , „ ~ ii" Babgtitnte acts like it. PLACS IN ST. PAUL'S. Space Reserved for Statue of George % Washington. London, July 16.—At a meeting of the exemtive committee of the Pil yrini'e Club a committee was appointed to trivt» effect to the recent Huggestion to erect a statue to George Washington in London. Archdeacon Sinclair an- D oanced that be was authorized to offer ; i pi tee for the statue in St. Paul's ca thedral. Plans War on >!<•*,, mio.-s. Honolulu, July 20.—The board of health, having been convinced that the irerni of Dengue, a disease now epidein jc in the...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1903

G 0 tV Her There are three principal fields of usefulness for the Angora goat, says George c. Thompson in American Ag riculturist ! [ret, as brushwood ex terminators: second, as mohair pro iticers. and, third, as meal producers. in clearing brush la ml they become, the. ;, : - inner of sheep. Graaa follows them, and they leave that for the sheep. They dear land without ex pense which, If cleared by man, would wist froru $10 to $30 per acre. Til no vvhy <1«' they interfere with the keeping ,if live stock of any other kind. What is (he hair used for? That is a proper qußStloiL The mohair is used most largely in the manufacture of plushes of all'kinds, but it is also extensively Lisa] in the manufacture of rugs, robes, astrakhan cloaks, ladies' coats, dress goods, coat linings, etc., and . the <!«■ mand is bo great for these goods that ihc product does not nearly equal the Irniand. The dressed skins are util /."tl for rugs and robes and also enter largely into the manufacture of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 July 1903

Cbe San 3uan Islander VOL. XIII. SATISFACTION AT ANY COST Seal of Washington F LOU R New Brand—Patent Process Best In the State To Introduce It I Will Sell It Friday and Saturday of This Week Only at $1.00 per Sack, CASH. Try It: N.E.CHURCHILL Largest Store in San Juan County . +*♦♦♦♦+♦♦ ********** 4-fff>V°^"^ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦+ ♦♦♦♦»♦♦< 4 _ . •What You Pay * For a thing is important, bat what you get in f return for your money is ten times more im "4" ♦ portant. In all lines of merchandise the best | costs more than the poorest. We don't keep > the poorest, but we keep the Best at the X Lowest Prices* I■ . - ♦■ . , ► Leader in Dry Goods, Clothing Q A IET CRT M f Shoos and Furnishings I . f\m C- IN *O t— IN Tea anil Coffee We can sell you as nice a tea as most people care to drink for 45c a pound. If you want some thing fancy wo have it at GOc. We have coffee from 15c to 40c and cau surely suit both your taste and your pocket book. G. B. DMggs CHASE! BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepa...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 July 1903

The San Juan Islander O. H. CUI.VKR, Kditor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Brief Anmmarjr of !**■•• Importune Though not th« Item* Interesting, ■Jappentnff* of the Week, From All Part* of the World. Gambling boat»t at Great Fallp, Mont., h ■■■v been doped. Two persons were killed ami mnoh property deetrjyed by a toraa'lo in New Jerwy. Young Corbett was given thedecMon in a ten-rouud bout with Jimmy Brigg* at Boston. Chicapn police claim to nave diswnr ♦T.'<t ■ plit against tbe life ol fimperof William. Torrents of rain and h'il. iwompa nied by a bigh wind, di»l ureat damag« at Chicago Tmwlay. The transport Sheridan will sail from Ban Frantitco for Monila on Autf. I, via Honolulu and (luam. The Thoinaa trill f-ail Sept. 1 over the nanif route. B. L Farejohn, the novelist, died suddenly at bin residence iii London from a ruptured blood vwl. ,11 is wife is a daughter of Joseph Jefferson. i;--v. Robert Cheater Foule, D. D., for the liiKt nineteen years rector of Graoi Episcopal...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 July 1903

ALARMING VIEW DAILY MAIL correspondent IS pessimistic. •.tilitie*" Between Russia and Ja pan Likely to* Be Hastenad-- Japanese Feel They Might Bet pr Attack Russia Now Than Af j,. r She Is Fully Prepared. London, July 24.—The Daily Mail's Tokyo correspondent sends rather an ■terming view of the eituatiion in the tot to liis vpaper. He says that Rus oa'i retention of Manchuria, the in -eßt of her fleet, th« despatch of rein forcements to Manchuria, the south ward movement of the occupying army i n \hiii'tiuriaand its defiant conduct, on the Korean frontier alarms the Japan ese, many of whom are convinced that it would be hetter to fight now than r j«k the eventual loes of Korea and the relegation of Japan to a secondary place. He save the Tapanese are accumulat ing it >res and negotiating for tiie por r bue of BhiptJ that a squadron is off Vla'iivoptock, to which port Russian fHse] i bave been sent as a precaution ary iiicaMire, and that t>r»th fleets are ready for action at a ...

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