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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 August 1891

Herald. ' Angus! 27, 1891 I WEATHER SIGNALS. 8a?- it ■> K-?' rt J BiUE | „ Rain or Tempera- Cold L Snmv. lure Signal. IVave. , »fen to temperature. When placed 1 i'l „rl, it indicates warmer weather; 'Seed below No. 1 or 2, it indicates 1 r '-uer; when not displayed, the indi- Lhe that the temperature will remain * so. 4i» not displayed unless a tini of 43 d Rrees or lower la expected. Jso. 418 displayed, No. 3 is always Eurtr predictions for the weather arc re- Sd dillF bv the board of trade, and the JJluilayed from the pole over the board's gy Any combination of flags can be ESjod by referring lo the above explantv "aip captains will do well to consult .dulls before sailing. fOR THE FISHERMEN. u> utile for Grays harbor bar, August and Time; High Water. Low Wnter, •it a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. Jfc 12.34 1.41 7.12 .. 7.29 iTfl ...1.23 .2.15 . 7..»1 . 8.14 . M 2.14 . 2.49 . 8.30 9.00 . a .... 3.04 . 3,30 9.11 9.52 t 5 ».»... 4.14 9.53 .10.60 . « ..... 4.52 . 5.03 10.45 . « .. . 6.02 ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 August 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - - Auarurt 27, 1891 WASHINGTON LETTER. (Regular Correspondence.) Washington, I). C., Aug. 20, 1891. Can Chinese visit the world's fair at Chicago? is a warm weather problem "that officials of the treasury department have been wresMipg with. China was, • of course, invited to take part in the ex ■ position, as was every other nation with "which we hold diplomatic relations, and " now the inquiry has been made of the "treasury department whether citizens of "-China who may desire to visit the world's liait are to be allowed to land in the face )f the positive prohibition of it contained in the anti-Chinese law. Acting Secre tary Nettleton, after giving it consider able thought, has referred the matter to -the attorney-general, preferring to have an official opinion as to what solution he should make of the problem. There is such a pressing and immediate -demand for $2 notes that the treasury -department has ordered 1,000,000 of them printed from the Hanco...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 August 1891

Ken Herald. 27, 1891 I M s Association. iniittee of the Wash- Association lias de ll an»nal meeting of icoma 011 Thursday, iy, September 10, 11 dicing a'. 10 o'clock td that every mem "editor publisher or journal in the state coine members, will «s it will meet with ui any meeting yet jsit to the great in of Tacoma, which J»y of its meeting, Nuiquet, etc. rill be sent to every i, giving definite in iportation, enteitain id other matters of £8 W. Hobabt, xecutive Committee. rANT BILL. Powder Condemned rk Legislature. rk Press,] {{elly introduced the assembv. A careful low that it is a very the me of poisonous ients in baking pow powders manufact lown as the "Royal" ing powders are ad bsolutely pure; and, examination show nonia and other in therefore, The Peo jw York, represented nbly, do enact as fol can or package of intaining ammonia is state shall have a jreon with the words ," printed thereon in Br than great primer, shall sell, or have or ich can or package without such label It...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 August 1891

Aberdeen lieralri. 1 liura>'a , Aiiirn-it 27, liUJ Ccnferenoa Programme. V.'ednesdav, August —!• a. in., the I. ji.l'h Supper and opening of session. T:)> |>. m., a niiver.-aiy of the Woard of Chinch lvxteiHion ; address I)v J'- W. A. Spencer, 1). I)., and others. Thursday, Aiuust i'7 —H:L ! 0 a. in., con ference prayer meeting conducted by vohn Klynii Via. in., conference session. 2 p. in. conieieiic • iiii.-siniiary sermon by W. 11. Muiia.lic. 7 < l>. in.-, educational meeting addresses by Dr. Levi Uilbeit and Dr. F. B. Cherringti n. Friday, August 28—8:3J a.'in., confer ence prayer meeting conducted by F. K. Drake. 9a. ni., conference session. 3p. In., anniversaries of Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary societies. 7:30 p. in., anniversary of the Freedmen's and Soutliern Educational societies; addresses by Dr. Ilartzell, D. D. t and others. Saturday, August 27—8:30 a. ra., con f(;rence prayer meeting conducted by T. R. McMullen. !)a. m., conference session. 7:30 p....

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 September 1891

' WRITE UP. jpLooked to Them After Visit Here. Washington is a pictu re* of forests and mountains, northwestern part of the guy fine rivers. The Grays is ii timber belt that is lirivil, » th rmijrli it tlie Che- Enr navigable for many miles, ■taggiitwelve townships; anil into rJufclis flow many smaller streams, NjB«e«l»r names recall the aborigi of tliis rich district. The *.1, thuffouuiam. the Mumptulipß, •enow and the Typso ure names of -1 EthMßrivers, draining a territory Vmsare miles. (n harbor is ninety-miles south of "fcitsof Fnca, and is the open door- Pacific ocean, presenting safe piigeap to its very shore line. pant of Washingto 1 is little inden ""■ttbayj and inlets, except those in MM Soand country. Grays harbor mil these few indentations, and hav- SHehagricultural and timber country ■try, is destined to become of great ■Kiml importance to this section of Efeti. Great cities are certain to be Where, and the nuclei are already ■tough the Northern Pacific railway completed...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 September 1891

GRAYS HARBOR. About fifty miles north of the Colum bia river iB the entrance to Gravs harbor, from the Pacific ocean, long known to navigators as the most accessible and safest harbor on the const. The bar car ries a depth of from eighteen to twenty three feet oi water at low tide, increases from ten to fifteen feet at high tide. The entr nu e, >>r channel, isabout a mile wiit', and the extreme width of the harbor is twelve miles, gradually tapering tu a point at its eastern end, where it is hiet by the Chehalis and Wishkah rivers. In the harbor there are three well defined channels offering ample anchotage room and m 'rginginto one broad, deep channel or roads lead near the head of the harbor. '! hese channels ar-.i separated from each other and from the shore propor by ex tensive u .id Hi! • to the point of their convergence, whole tho volume of water, b'ing more confined, has swept them away, and the water is deep up to the very shore line. At the head of the har bor the ch...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 September 1891

merdeen Herald. . - September 8, 1)191 K t£N t paragraphs. I take something a great deal n d harder than a rumor to kill enjainiu F. Butler. h,,r trust is the latest to stretch liittire of the people. One of 8 the limit will be reached. d bve trusts. rvwas ever justifiable, it was of the man who did the , v .or*yoUr-life act with the pro u faro bank at Davton, Ohio. Ije assumed that a woman is ; with this world's her husband gives ler for a irestnt, as the only thing she diction has been made that the jliance and kindred organiza lave a meml>ershipof 9J,(K)O in jini* before the snow falls, and people say the organization is )#kup. itional Economist thinks that nd York hav • had tin call jjhatitJ that the next president mine from tilt breezy state of from the soughing pines of the ortli Carolina. rWilh'ehn reads the American >3 he finds a great deal of jutler that will furnish him y new ideas which may be til should he ever conclude to lutobiography. oer who owns a large crop o...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 September 1891

Aberdeen Herald. THurxda", September 3, l»t)l ISSUED F.VKKY THURSDAY IP. !R,. W ALL, EUITIIK AND I'BOPKIETOK. TKHHS OF SUBSCRIPTION I One year. tn advance t'2 00 Six months 1 00 Til-oe months 75 Advertising ratlin ou application. Entered at the postoftlce at Aberdeen, Wash., t*n second class limit matter. News and all Items of Interest, solicited from nil parts of the county. The name of the sender should appear. Address nil communications to the ABERDEEN' IIERAf.I). W k do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the rf<Ht to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflects to thi individual discredit of anv one. Aberdeen linsn't a tannin extract factory yet, but she should have. Everett, on Port Gardner, lias gone the way of boom towns. The people ol Washington are beginning to realisre that towns are not made to order. They must grow naturally. The world lias advanced fai since the time when wynisn's...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 September 1891

Sberileen Herald. Letisy. ' Soptemb«*~ H, 11(91 WEATHER SIGNALS. . I'ldpf or Tempera- Cold \ftir. Shm. tare Signal. Wave. La, a refers to temperature. When pinned lot' 2, it indicates warmer weather: Ea iiisred below No. 1 or 2, nt indicates HE,weather: w hen not displayed, the indi- Jjr n , gn? that the temperature will remain fiEnnry. No. 4is not displayed unless a tern jJJ: of 45 d grees or lower is expected. >j 0 4 is displayed, No. 3 is always «ht for the weather are re- Jvml daily by the board of trade, and the ElSiipUved'from the pole over the hoard's Sffdim! An v combination of flags can be SlLJiod by referring to the above explana -2„ aiiip captains will do well to consult Etpiffnals before sailing. F or THE FISHERMEN. t fpwo table for Grays harbor bar, August and |fle9tembe^ ,inulttr<l Time: lliuh Water. Low Water, ' oaV . A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. 1 lD Ja> I'M 1.41. ... 7.12 .. 7.29 AB *r 1.2!! 2.15 ..7. 1 . 8.14 « 22 2-1 4 -* 4IJ 8.80 9.00 „ # 3.04 3,30 . 9.11 9.52 .i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 September 1891

Aberdeen Keraid. l hiirsila", September 8. lit! 1 Many years' | ractice lius given C'. A Snow & Co., solicitors oi (talents, o; Washington, 1). C., unsurpassed shci-ch in obtainging patents fur all clashes of in ventions. They make a specialty of re jected cases, anil have secured allowance of many patents that had b'cn previously rejected. Their advertisement .n another column, will lie of interest to inventors, patentees, manufacturers, and all wno liavu anything to do with p items. t THE CLIMATE. One of the chief questions asked, and often, the 'irst is, "What of your climate?" Well, in t.i.v' tliiti! It is not p.'i-fjrt, hu probably as nearly so as you vill lind on this earth. During the w inter of ISJ.i-11l we had no snow up to t le tirst of Febru ary, and then only few a days of cold and known the therm jhieter stood at eighteen degreese abov icero. The rainy season begins about the first of Decent tier and is over by the tirst of April. This is our winter and dining this ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 September 1891

jfoerdeen Herald. B»< - September S, 1891 Ujdt Stick of Alailta CedM. d r iit stick of Alaska cedar known .been cut in this st.ite was sawed T*com» mill company. The wood takes a high p>lish, lias an L jior and is 'emon vellow in Wa being exhibi:ed at the Ta (xpwition, the si** luions will jfybe taken as part of the state e: - n.tie WfM's ' a ' r- the motor line. soon lie connected with umon the west by an electric motor Psdflc Wheless Railroad Com obtained franchises from both Ki) filed bonds iu the sum of five Lad doll*'® that th; work on this till be begun at once and hurried pd is fast as men and money can it until it is in operation. What T\j -ill do for Aberdeen is already ' n tho ' IK ' reilw ' (l Amiiiihetedin the territory it tra- I IBOR CHARGF.S AND INSI/A'- f A/fCE ON SHIPPING. nwnntof the ease of entrance and icceeeibilitv of the harbor ports to Kin, the towage rates are much les> tesssl bound from this city than for lound from Portland or ports on The towage ra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 September 1891

Aberdeen Herald. 'f liurHday, - - September 3, IU9I The Methodist Conference. SECOND DAY The vote upon the question < f the ad mission of lay delegates to the general conference, as ro]>orted hv the presiding elder* of the different districts, was, for ml mission, 1,136 an<l IS7 against. Kev. K. Tay'or delivered an address on missionary work in Africa. Dr. Gilbjrt deliver d an address in the interest of education and religion. TUJBD DAY Puyallup was selected as the plane for holding the next conference. The vote by the conference upon the a .'.mission of women to the general con ference resulted in 53 for adn-issioii and IS against. FOURTH DAY. The conference adopted resolutions in favor of total abstinence and in favor of the legal prohibition of the liquor traffic. A. J. Hanson and T. .T. Massey were elected delegates to the general confer ence to be held in Omaha, Neb., next May. J. N. Dennison and J. I?. Ford were elected alternates. FIFTH DAY The following assignments ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1891

WwW*** newspapers. 'j f H**O n September Century.) J o»b tking about country news- T neins to be always true —Jl|lh«y*T®t»ever satisfactory to the JifhoMPP ort them. Yet there is •ML to bvd *8 t0 kill a country fgKJL however unpopular it may wK pgpr that really does not amount < MLfr ordinarily may amount to a j{ in intruder comes into the gentlemen looking for locations Mibearcfal ot starting new papers OjZggfomo other reason than that -IKgle eocoui age them. XoidiMty business is rated a failure fajoesnot P&7' There are plenty of 'jXff papers that have not made a ""it in twenty years, but the pi'iblish- Iholdoii with foolish stubborness, m they might succeed in some ,Jpcallinft;they seem to imagine that Yfered m gn will wiggle up through M office floors some day, and make —•"pod will" as valuable as they be mit to be. I have heard many men wtbey were certain they could not ylnd u doctor, lawyer, merchant, Jut, or what not, but 1 have never 2d om My he would not succeed as Mt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, September 10, 1891 Markets to the West. The Fuget Sound Lumberman says that the lumberman on the coast are neglecting their opportunities i-j foreign markets. It admits that some lumber is sent to Australia and South America, but practically none to Hawaii, Japan and China. Australia draws most of her supply from England, which in turn gets it from Norway and other northern countries, and not a little from Florida Pensacola shipping large quan ities of pine to that country. Then it is neces sary generally to reload at Liverpool or Queenstown for Australian ports. Our Puget Sound contemporary thinks all this trade could come to that section if an effort were made to secure it. Charters are much lower irom Puget Sound to Melbourne than from Liverpool, as the saving in distance is very great. The same is true of Japan and the Hawaiin islands. Whatever lumber China and Japan use comes from England, it being a rare thing to ship a cargo from Puget Sound to eith...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1891

| Aberdeen Herald. Kirsd»y. Septembe- 10, 1891 The Farmer and the Government. In view of the present timeliness of 'lie (hject,The Century lias arranged to n r t during: the coming year an import- jot series of articles on the general sub feet of Agriculture and the Government's Jeliition to the farmer. Among the topics obe treated are "Agricultural I'ossibil jtfegofthe United States," "The Farmer's Discontent," "What the Government is doing for the Farmer." "Co-operation," e tf. Mr. J- K. Dodge, Statistician of the Agricultural Department, Mr. A. W. Harris, of the same department, Profes lor Brewer of Yale, and others, are jmongthe writers. THE MOTOR LINE. AberJeen will soon be connected with jjoqniam on the west by an electric motor line. The Pacific Wheless Railroad Com pany b»ve obtained franchises from both gjtigs, and filed bonds in the sum of five thousand dollars that the work on this road will be begun at once and hurried forward as fast as men and money can porfi it until ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - September 10, 1891 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY HEP. IRj. "W ALL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $2 00 Six months 1 JJ? Three months .—, 70 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffiee at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. News and all items of interest, solicited from all parts of the county. The name of the sender ■hould appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN HERALD. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the right to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflects to the individual discredit of anv one. Now that the war in Chile is over, if the natural instinct of the South Ameri can is turned away from revolutions long enough to put in a few days work, we can expect some material improvement in the Western Washington lumber trade. The Herald is in receipt of a copy of the annual proceedings of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1891

jHleeii Herald. Septembe" 10, 18'Jl «Kgr SIGNALS. , 3 i t or Tempera- Cold 9( , tare Signal. Wave. temperature. When planed Indicates warmer weather: ,*■ No. 1 or 2, it Indicates hen not displayed, the indi lie temperature will reuiaiu I not displayed unless a tem rrees or lower Is expected, lisplayed, No. 8 Is always ttons for the weather are rc be board of trade, and the n the pole over the board's mbinatiou of flags can be Trim: to the above explana g a will do well to consult « sailing. Ibs. at Kroenert Bros', nan was on the streets Monday with a large ds, newest designs, at G. 11. Keith. leeting of tlie board of evening. of Aberdeen people er in Mexico, nan expect to be in sw brick building by 'bat fogy it is difficult >comotiveß across the I. having a residence srty between Market street. commission has fin ta and Hoquiam, and i Monday. ;x is the new school 'vman fills the posi school board, tin flying southward s is the popular sub conversation. i taken a number of are on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1891

GRA YS HARBOR. About fifty miles north of the Colum bia river is the entrance to Gravs harbor, from the Pacific ocean, long known to navigators as the most accessible and safest harbor on the coast. The bar car ries a depth of from eighteen to twenty three feet ot water at low tide, increases from ten to fifteen feet at high tide. The entrance, or channel, isabout a mile wide, and the extreme width of the harbor is twelve miles, gradually tapering to a point at its eastern end, where it is met by the Cliehalis and Wishkah rivers. In the harbor there are three well defined channels offering ample anchorage room and merging into one broad, deep channel or roadstead, near the head of the harbor. These channels are separated from each ■other and from the shore proper by ex tensive n.ad flats up to the point of their •convergence, wheie the volume of water, being more confined, has swept them aiway, and the water is deep up to the very shore line. At the head of the har bor the channel i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1891

frdeen Herald. ■>. . September 10, I89l» CHAMPION. KtrfDlV l *]" the Beauties of New State*. 'JBjjjj Evening News says: young w ' lo ' m 8 ' '' le jL freedom of a city vo.ert to Cj out on the Lyceum stage Jhis first bow to a Detroit Kunpoeed of our most fashion- It VM Hon. Henry B. , m!.boomer of Washing tEj > 8 ' s responsible for emigrating to the north investment of millions of Vggev on the Pacific Coast. £) hasa valuable man to pre m" Bg ( or he creates confidence does not overstep himself yet pointed. Mr. Clifford is and impresses one •troth of his assertions. In ten The h*d * on ''' H audience, was id much applause, and lidd the jljl |bow present for nearly two Sjj eWM very frank, and inforin |l,i Washington hud no room for he ha<l money enough for He said there was plenty of he wanted industries more JXlgtion. He spoke well of all the state, and gave some vKttitiatirs of the marvelous <» the country. is now nearly 400,000, X assessed valuation of the -4#ha» increa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1891

Aberdeen Herald. ThurtHia-, September 10, 1891 CHEHALisS COUNTY CURRENCY. (Milled by the Local Mints.) Kuril, to Chan. Lenfeatv and wife, at Ho'piiaui, September, 3rd, a»boy. I torn, to frank Percy and wife, at llo>iuium, August 27, a girl. Horn, to Ino. Holland and wife, at Montesano, September 2nd. a giri. Three of the horses in Simpson's logging camp were killed the other day by a tree tailing on them. Marriage lincense was issued the 3rd inst, to Jno. Bhusk and Martha E. Kel ly, both of Montesano. Quite a nnmber, among whom were several ladies, have gone to Puvailup valley to pick hops. The little child of Mrs. Thompson, who drank some concentrated lye last week, died last night from the effects of the poison. Married, Sunday, August 30th, R. W. Reynolds to Miss Olive F. Mace, at the residence of the bride's father in Mou tesano. Another brave woman, Mrs. Frye, at Blackwell's camp, shot and killed a 300- pound bear on Thursday of last week.— Washingtoniau. The new schooner Ch...

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