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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 March 1903

, ,1 THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. ...H-l)-HHH"""l-t"l"l"H"HH- a. bkilt itixuKuna. Andrew Carnoglc lias offered to erect a 110,000 library at Hamburg, Pa. The volcano at Kllaucn, Hawaii, has been showing a slight activity elnco February 28. Sixty-eight horses wero sold at tho Lackey enlo at Cambridge City, Ind., bringing (14,870, an average of $210 per head. Charles M. Schwab, who Is now at the Hotel Itltz, In Paris, wilt sail for New York on tho Kron Prlnz Wllhelra on March 11. Terry McQovern, tho pugilist, who Is to fight "Young Corbett" In San Francisco March 31, Is seriously 111 in Brooklyn with a severe, attack of the grip. T. H. Scars is appointed, effective March 1, trainmaster of tho Santa Fe at Marccllne. Ho was formerly super intendent of the Colorado & Southern nt Denver . Tho United States scnato confirmed tho appointments of John 13. Reese, receiver of tho land ofllco at Broken Bow, Neb., nnd A. Eramlngton, post master nt Pender, ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 March 1903

$? ',. f'1 THE LION'S WHELP A Story of Cromwell's Time BY AMELIA E. BARR. Author of "The Dow of Oranfe Ribbon." "I, Thou and the Other One." "Tho Maid of Maiden Lane," Etc. (Copyrltlit. 1901. by Dodd, Mead & Company. All rights rcscned.) CHAPTER III. (Continued.) "I know who ho Is." "I never saw my father so dis tracted. And it is always , 'give, give, give.' George took away .our last silver, and I am sure nearly all our money. Father has sent away all the anen-servants, but such as are neces sary to work tho land; four of thsm , went back with George to the army. I ihavo had to send Delia away only Anice and Audrey are left to caro for us, and father says they are more 'than ho can afford." "Dr. Verity has been here," said Jane, trying to change tho subject. "He thinks tho war nearly over, Ma tilda." "It is not. Even if King Charles were killed, thero would then bo King James to fight The war may last for ;a century. And if this is the world, I would I wero out of it. Dear, sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 March 1903

Zhc Derate. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. By T. J. O'KIiEIfK. Entered at the postoffice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mail, t.r s ond-clans matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAI'lIR. ' Subscription, $1.50 por year in advance. AROUND THE WORLD. (Continued from Iml weak.) Governor Taft said that the Filipino's ability to ovado the truth was Ihb most marked characteristic. I wns impressed thnt Etnelio Aguinaldo was uneasy, real uneasy about something. He is pleased that the army officials did not bclioad him. but gave liim his liberty. From what I have gathered, his appai cnt uneasiness arises from the advertis ing given him by Mrs. Cougar, who suggested his nnme for the "presidency of the toal Filipino republic yet to be established. He has no ambition in that diieclion but is anxious about his proposed mammoth banking project, application for which has gone to the war department. His sou is attending an English school in Manila, the teacher being an American lady on the pay roll of ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 March 1903

jx r .v v lr- A pet"' t. if. 'if. '' Additional Local. All Kinds of screen doors and windows made to ord t li Geo G. Gndshy For that old stomach trouble of what ever kind- uo Co-I.on-Co. For sale at Jlolsten's pharmacy For Sale or liae The J. Hagerty ranch four mile nt of Bridgeport; over 400 acres under irrigation and plenty of Rood range. Would also soil horses, mulos .nnd cattle and farm implements, 3-i2-8w Teeth fill I ml evtntuted without pain by Dr Ko.ni-.of Allinnue ut Horn 'liifrfoniTut'Ml 1 tuni WttlneMlay, Mnrcli 17 nnd 18. I'lill and see my samples of bridgeivcnk unil ui'tifleinl teeth. Cattle taken tn run by the season or year., Corrjipomlcuee solicited. Refer ence Commercial Until;, Chappoll, Neb. J.no. M. Dklatouu, Hutchinson, Neb. Cow for Sale. 1 hae a fine Jersey cow for sale, will be fresh in a short time. Cow can be seen at my place at any time. A. S. Rkk. Assessors' Annual Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of assessors will be hold at the off...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 March 1903

jmt TO WORKING GIRLS FREE MEDICAL ADVICE Every working Rlrl who is not Woll is corrtlnlly invltod to write to BIrB. Plnklmm, Lynn, Mass., for mlvlco; it is freely given, and lius restored thousands to health. riss Paine's Experience. "I want to thnnk you for what you lmyc dono for me, nnd recommend kyillu E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to nil glrla whoso work Itcops them standing on their feet In tho store. The doctor said I must Rlop work ; ho did nob seem to rcalizo that qlrl cannot afford to stop work Injr. My back ached, my appetlto was poor, I could not Bleep, and menstrua tion was scanty and very painful. Ono day when mifferinfr I commenced to taUo Iiydln E. PInkliani's "Vcgo tulilo Compound, and found that It helped me. 1 continued Its use, and Boon found that my menstrual periods wero free from pain nnd natural; everyone is surprised at the chnngo la mo, nnd I nm well, and cannot bo too frratcful for what you havo done for mo." Mihb Janrt Paink, MO West 12.1th SU, Now Yorlr...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 March 1903

i U-, t -is- TT. lh PRESIDENT- FULLER A AfR?o Threatened With Loss of Hearing, Smell ana Sight From the Ravages of Catarrh, Ag ,m Pe-ru-na Cured Him. A GREAT many remedies to iempor arily relieve catarrh have been devised from time to time, such as sprays, snuffs, creams and other local applications, but, as a rule, the medical profession has little or no enthusiasm in the treatment of catarrh. It is generally pronounced by them to be incurable. It therefore created a great sensation in medical circles when Dr. Hartman an nounced that he had devised a compound which would euro catarrh permanently. The remedy was named Peruna and in a short time became known to thousands of catarrh sufferers north, south, east and west. Letters testifying to the fact that Peruna is a radical cure for catarrh began to pour in from all directions. Thousands of such letters are on file in the office of The Peruna Medicine Co. Rev. E. Stubenvoll, Fella, Wis., writes : "I feel obliged to extendjyou my per...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 March 1903

i yiy Si3M5aMl!2s!o'-'-Jra!", M i4. A i ; ! t t i IV I r t If i The News KEITH L. IKottli I Plcrco Is fully nutliorlrcd lo nh licit subscriptions nnl Job work anil rollwt nnd receipt for wimp, anil tnintiict nil other busIni'iH In connection with his position hh iiii accredited representative of this pnper.J U II, Clayton wns in town Thursday. V. r,. Jewell was In from Lawn Mon Henry Slilmek was in from Lawn Saturday. Ilov. Schutr. liuld services in Craw ford Sunday. J. 11. Ilnrllnirt brought In a load of hides Thursday. Kev N. C. A. Harness returned from Minnesota Friday. Mrs. J. W, Christy has gone to Mul len for a short visit. '.John Mracelc nnd son .lames were In from Canton Sunday. Oleun Tierce was quite ill with croup the first of the week. James Novotnoy was transacting business here Wednesday. Tom Harris was in town renewing acquaintances Wednesday. Mrs. Shotler was in town Saturday, the tlrst lime for several weeks. II. II Picrco put in a hand separator at Rosenberg's ranch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 March 1903

-flJL. I i -jr w ,X -VvV.t t- i. The Alliance Herald. v Official publication .;. OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY k y AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC !. . PAPER IN THE COUNTY. U V .'. J THE HERALD HAS THE J LARQE8T CIRCULATION OF ANY ALLIANOE PAPER g PRINTS ALL THE NEWS. :V:-s:-:-:.:.Ht VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, MARCH 20,1903, NUMBER 13 f 4i, i . i t F R JJ $400 Piano to be given away with groceries to the organization or per son having most votes on July 3, '03. one vote with each 25c purchase. Velvet Flour-Best in town $ I 10 Sorted Unions 75c bushel. 2& lbs Prunes I no 2 cans Ilest Tomatoes 25o Kancy Kvaporated Apples H'ie lb 1 pound .lu pan Tea 3.V; 3 lb can Poaches 15c :i Ibcan Cal. I'luins, loe Kresh Egfts per dor 15c Hutterperlb :c Peas Early June 10c Salmon, Clood (!an 10c More bargains by calling and see ing us before buying we want your trade. Raymond & Quivey Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house, Co-Lon-Co ask Holsten the druggist. See F. E. Reddish for loans on r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 March 1903

, .qjl?.'1. xaflBawsCTwws15" i 1 1 i A Belgian Rat 8tory. A particularly good rat story 1b told In a Belgian paper. A gardener had planted 2G0 tulip bulbs. Tlio follow ing day, when about to completo the number, tlio man noticed that tho bulbs had disappeared mysteriously. Ho was (old that perhnps ratB had been at work, and looked for their hole. This he found, and dug down Into tho earth until a subterranean chambor was disclosed, where tho whole of the 250 bulbs wcro hidden, packed neatly in rows, ono above the other. There was a bundle or hay nnd dead leaves also, showing that tho rats had made most olaborato preparations for tho winter season. Sam Houston as an Indian. Tho statute of General Sam Houston of Texas, to bo placed In tho capltol nt "Washington, of which Miss Eliza beth Ney Is the sculptor, Is to bo a duplicate of tho statue which has just been finished and placed in tho capi tal at Austin. This statuo represents Houston ns an Indian at a time when ho waB living with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 March 1903

ftbe Iberalfc. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. JARVIS 1877 BRANDY SOLD IN ALL BEST PLACES. Bv T, J. O'KEEI'E. k l X i 4 ". Entered at the postoffice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, ai .second-class matter. ADVERTISING HATES: Display, per single column inch per month 50 Business locals, per line first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. t8T Tmk Hkralu is the Official Publica tion of Box Butte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, Si. 50 per year in advance. Instructions to Assessors. Basis of valuation for the assessment of the year of 1903 adopted by the assessors of Box Butte county March 17, 1903. As sess all property at one-fourth of its actual value. For a limited valuation of personal prop erty, take the following as a standard, of value: Extra mares SGo Fair mares and geldings 40 Bronchos and ponies 10 American mares, two years old 20 American mares, one year ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 March 1903

-mw J it WBWM1lOm Mttiilii(iiwifftr- n . i fc AROUND THE WORLD. Canton a Place Where Many Are Bornf Live and Die on?BoatS"ISo Wheeled Vehicles. CHINAMAN THINKS HE CAN FOOL HIS GODS Canton Official Says Forela.n Devils Did Not PlRht rnlrly-Unhcrslty Examination Hall of li,6t0 CcllsDr.llarn liuys Prescription from the Confucian God of Medicine. roiifltiitat from toM wwk. Cantox, China, Doe. 27. ig2. DeairitiK a more oxtcmled acquain tanco with Chinese life as it appears in-; land, I sailed ninety miles nptho Pearl ; river to Canton, a city wlioro popnhi- tion is estimated at three million people, j two hundred thousand of whom liye in house boats or junks on the nvor. Many of them are aKcd and, it is said, j have never stenncd upon land, born, marry and crow old in floatuiR hovels. Canton is not only the largest but is also tho most unique city 1 ever saw. Not a wheeled vchicle'was to be seen and only two or threchorses, which appeared more lonesome in that sea of humanity than I imag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 March 1903

' I J 'V Additional Local. The ladies aid of the M. K. church will meet next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. B, Mewhirtcr "' "J A daughter was born Monday to Mi and Mrs. John Martin living about thirtj live niilos southeast of Alliance Funeral services for Elizabeth, the two1 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. O Blnino. living ten miles southwest of the city, were conducted by Rev. Sindurs ymk tcrday afternoon The services and bui ial were from the home of Mr. Slirows bury. Sunday at the Baptist church, G. C. Jeffers, pastor Subject of morning dis course, "The Model Voting Man." Even ing sermon, "The Unionrclmble Riche of Christ." Sunday school at io o'clock. Juniors meet at 3. C. E. meeting at 6 45, Vina Porry, leader. Midweek prayer ser vice Thursday evening. A welcome to all services. E. H. Smith, advance agent for the Curts Dramatic Co., is in the city today getting up paper for his company which opens with a three nights engagement in Alliance beginning next Thursday night. Mar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 March 1903

1i vl ffis 'WlfF'Plff? BW T PEANUT CUnE FOR INSOMNIA. Pr-ytician Clatma They Promote Eao and Will Cure lilt. A plijslrlnn In a puhllRhcd Inter flow, Fayp the Indianapolis Journal, urges that tlio wenrirg of stockings with white teot will do more to pro mote ease In wnlklrp. and icllovo fool Ills thnn nnythlr-t; "Ire to lie suggest ed. Socks or sfo-llrRs of cotton or lisle thread In hack hind Pip fed nnd make thorn swHI. ho rays, no matter how flno and r.peti thv nm he. The black dyo with tho hard thread of tho Msle variety Is a comhirat'on that Is particularly torturing to tho feet Thin, unbleached lmlliri?ran ho roc jmmendB. Prefernhly tin wholo sock tr stocking may ho white, but at least ie foot should bo. A further caution i? added that now cotton bone us well as nil new cotton und'-- - 'nts, should bo washed hefcre 1m v.-urn, to take out tho sizing us?d by ir.nnu-facturors. MANY OFFERS OF MARRIAGE. Twenty-two Thoucar.d Glack Maidens for Paul du CHzlllu. M. Paul du Chttlllu. be A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 March 1903

The Grip Leaves Thousands in its Path Weak, Nervous, Dyspeptic, Catarrh Wrecks. THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. i -- $, 5"" i s & "ForGriA IL APtQ. !IIIi5TL-- 7 7 w"0 7 ffifl M - N'yJ&M i iATI P2s tr I ATSnriW'A: if tIwL 'p- Jff GULF OF.MEXICOm' 1P .f 1005. debility, nervous ncss, adyscjsia and 'Other ca tarrhal mdit' io n s resulting from the Grift, in the entire Mater ia Medicaillimie found no -remedy that equvlsJvru na for prompt ac tion." Dr.. S.Ji. llartmnn, Presi dent The Jart man Sanitarium From uV. Dur ing the decent Grip rA detnic, claiming a million vic tims or more, the efficiency of Peruna in quickly reliev ing this mat ady and its after-effects has becnthetalkof the continent," LIKE AiDEMON grip has crossed onr country, Heaving behind scores of physical nvrccks. Victims'of catarrhof the head.'cntnrrh'crf the throat, catarrh of the lungs, 'Catarrh of the stomach,' catarrh of the kidneys, catarrh of the. pelvic organs, are to be '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 March 1903

my j w WWW ilSr.jflyt -$.,; -, !iis?MiSB ! GRAND FURNITURE SALE! -A. DOUBLE MBiilTIITa-. GRAND SALE ffi GRAND FURNITURE And by THIS we mean that we have the largest and nicest stock of furniss ture ever shown in the city, and it is for sale at prices that will astonish you. We have just received a car load, and a big one, too, containging twelve tons of choice goods. Yon cannot afford to miss this sale. We bought last October at prices then in force and saved big money. Now we are going to give you the benefit of our close buying. Combination Hook Cases and Writing Desks, and Library Hook Cases. A combi nation case 66 in. high with a fine golden oak finish. Sale price (MfC Dining Chairs in assorted kinds, styles and finishes. Sale prices ranging from $5.50 per set up. Mm $m m& rM smwifo 5,B?r wt- .- - Ll?u - ' In addition to the above we have some new things in Rattan Furniture, Dressing Tables, Bed Room suits, Buffets, China Closets, Couches, Library Tables, Chiffoniers and Cen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 March 1903

l&eyL&AJL vsc "h The Alliance Herald ! OFFICIAL PUBLICATION !. OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY V AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC ! PAPER IN THE COUNTY. J .?. .. V THE HERALD HA8 THE V LARQE8T CIRCULATION V OF ANY ALLIANCE PAPER A, $ FRINT8ALLTHE NEWS. '-; '.?, VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, MARCH 27,1903, NUMBER 14 4SaJl 4 i ,, 7 jj MSii 1r? , 1 A.- tts ' 3&" W ; 'i FREE S400 Piano to be given away with groceries to the organization or per son having most votes on July 3, '03. one vote with each 25c purchase. Velvet Flour-llest in town I 10 Sorted Onions 75c bushel. ! lbs Prunes 1(H) J euns Host Tonmtoe.s "x; Futiej Kraporated Apples S'ur-lu 1 pound Japan Tea 3Vj nib CM Punches 15c :i llfciin Cut. Plums 10c Kresh Errs per rioz 15o nutter per lb 3e Pens -Kiirly June Ift' Hal nion, Good Can UK More bargains by calling and see inj; us before buying we want your trade. I Raymond & Quivey The First Presbyterian church holds service's in Bell's hall next Sunday at it a. m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 March 1903

X TOe Ifocralb. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. JAR VIS 187 7 BRANDY SOLD IN ALL BEST PLACES. U T. J. O'KEEFE. Entered at the postoffice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING HATES: Display, per single column inch per month.. 5 Business locals, per line first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per lino .05 Legal notices at statulo rates. 3T Tiik HRRAtu is the Official Publica tion of Box Butte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, $1,50 per year in advance. LAKESIDE. tJeorpo Fen ton Is homo again Ho looks quite natural, MtM Hlnllo Burleigh visited Mrs. Thee Thompson over Wednesday night. Messrs. Tully and Halo drove to Al liance Tuesday to transact some busi ness at that burg. Barney Riley was In this vicinity the last of the week looking after his stock interests In this section. M . D. Cravath was a visitor from Luella Wednesday, eomlug after a load of grain and provisions. Mrs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 March 1903

' A. i W 1 DISGUISED CATARRH, A Stealthy, Insidions, Weakening Enemy to Women Many Thousand Women Suffer mere arc a multitude of women, es pecially housewives, and nil other women obliged to be on their feet constantly, who are wretched beond description, simply because their strength and vitality is sapped away by catarrhal discharges from the pelvic organs. These women get up in the morning tired, drag themselves through their daily duties tired, only to go to bed at night as tired as before. Mm. Kva linrtlio, isa Kut 18th Street' N. V. City, N. Y., writes: " I miilercd for three years with what is Eenernlly known as Icucorrliea, in connection with ulceration of the womb. The doctors advocated an opetbtion which 1 dreaded oryrmich. unit Mroiuly objected to ko under it. Krndine of thotalueot l'cruna, 1 thoucht it best to cite tliw well-known remedy a trial, mi I bought three bottles of it at once. Now I am a chanted woman. Pcruna cutcd me! it took nine bottles, but I felt o much in...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 March 1903

-WWJ?- -33? 3 X-C ZPbe Ifteralb. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. 1 Br T. J. O'KISKFK. Ml 5" Kntered at ths postoffico at Alllnnae. Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, jeoond-clnn inattor. ADVERTISING KATttS: Display, per singlo column inch per month '5 Business locals, par lino first insertion .lb I'arh subsequent insonion, por lino .05 Legal notices at statute rates. C Tiik Hhrald is the Official Publica tion of Box Butte county and its circula tion is noarlJtuic that of any other Al liance papor. Subscription, $1.51 P" ynr in advance. C. Bingham sold a piano Saturday which was shipped to Texas. Frank Connor, who has spent the winter with John O'Mnrn, is quite ill. K. M. Hampton spent a couple of days this seck in the IMatto river country. Wf r v s- fclmor Roland came down from Homing ford Tuesday, returning Wednesday. Louis Buechsenstcln went down to Bayard Monday, returning Wednesday. fW StSks Si -Sv Father Dcvane of Sidney was the guest of Father Gnlvin Tuesday and Wednesday Hev. C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 March 1903

.. r w AROUND THE WORLD. Sea Sights From Hong Kong to Singapore, a Voyage of 1,440 Miles. THE LAND OF TROPIC HEAT AND PERFUMES IVftcre Vegetation Holds HIrIi CarnlvalA Visit to the Botanical Gardens ut Slngaporc-'TlQer from the Jungle Near Takes Possession of Room ut European Hotel Uorncse Head-hunting Dyahs So Myth. Singapore, Straits Siittlkmknts, January 3, 1903. Many a chapter descriptive of Can ton might ho written without exhaust ing the almost limitless characteristics of that metropolis of the Chinese em pire. However, I shall not weary you with additional Chinese data, hut shall hasten to the southward where winter's freezing hlasts have never penetrated. Having descended the l'carl river from Canton to Hong Kong, I booked for the 1440 mile' voyage to Singapore by the steamship "Sado Maru" built at Belfast and registered at Tokyo at Cooo tons. With ideal weather and conse quently a smooth sea, the ship steamed out into deep water with her bow to ward the equator. Prior to m...

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