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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 January 1896

A LOVE SONG. My little leaves, why are you glad? Answer, quivering little leaves, Small clapping leaves, so freshly clad In a green world that never grieves. Answer me. for my heart is sad! Love God, love God! they sing, Gay as the birds a-wing. My little flower?, what's your delight? Now answer, for my soul believes In your -wet petals, pure and white, Sweet purity no man deceives. Answer, my flow'rets fair and bright. Love God, love God! they sing, Gay as the birds awing. Fiv-t) blades of grass, you cheerful seem. What is it that all grief relieves? Thick ye ups-prin&r. a fair sunbeam In your low stem its brightness weaves How do you keep that sunny gleam? Love God, love God! they sing, Gay as the birds awing. Tho flowers and grass make their reply. With nil the merry clapping leaves, And echoing the holy cry Tho drooping heart its joy retrieves. All voteea to their Maker fly. Una God, leve God! they sing, Gay as the birds a wing. —Constance Hope in Good Words. FIRST LOVE. I h...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 January 1896

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Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 January 1896

I ROMAN'S WORLD. , PRESS OF JAPAN AND HER ' W£ DOWDY COSTUMES. }n Ann Arbor— Woman, Relig '"'" I, lW Novvlties In Jewelry—The I"" ? -r > ■ij nil —Lady Norreys on j» .t < > . ,-horfcors— Girls In New York. | :-. T -cnnai«t sketch of the Japanese em - '" v '.'iJ made by a native artist, who F' iVi , vv j,j,;i of grace when he deals s European costume] It is not much j 1 at in the case of this fair : ,r t j'H. whose foreign clothes are of tVrlFc>t fashion of 17 years ago. What ■ orant :nnl vulgar person furnishes !P- n >arments it v.imid be interesting PRESS OF JAPAN. to biow. Probably the unsalable cos- ! txiniPs of London dressmakers, costumes pit t<-'th<T in the late seventies, are unloaded npon trusting oriental palace officials by some ingenious introducer of civilization. In- a pity to so spoil the really charm ing personality of the empress, who ,-, >d to be bewitching in the pretty c loth< sof her own land. This drawing represents the sovereign and he...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 January 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov*t Report Absolutely pure THE NEW EL DORADO. THE STREETS OF CRIPPLE CREEK ARE PAVED WITH GOLD. Stories of Dazzling Wealth That Come From the Colorado Mining Camp* and Fire the Hopes of Speculators—Excite ment In Denver and Colorado Springs. It looks as though we were going to be involved in a craze for speculation in faming stocks such as recently trans formed the stolid and conservative Brit ish public into a mob of excitable and credulous investors. Already we are warned to look out for another "Kaffir circus." The glitter of gold which dazzled the pyea of the English came from the far u way shores of Africa. We are turning Mir gaze toward Pike's peak, back of Which lies the camp of Cripple Creek, about which such fabulous stories are being told. The stock buying fever is Epreading rapidly. On the floor of the Denver Mining Exchange wild eyed brokers push and jostle and shout them- DENVER MI!HSG EXCHANGE. selves hoarse in their ef...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 January 1896

I LUTHER SUTHERLAND, PROPRIETOR. I x< 5 ■-■-.;... : ah x< . ■ • ■', g ■*** i"1 pDt !l* ••••••••?!•;;;;; Sj nP •••••• ■ " ~w**»***ogQ*»#»*>*C9»»»a»»e»»»t (§«••«. *•* $ ;::;•• This hotel is most beautifully situated in the heart of East Sound S^:: § | :: #.::S which is located at the head of East Sound bay, and isa great favorite 1V.:.. 1 •••••• ■ •••••• nf £••! with tourists and the traveling public. The table is always bountifully •£'•• gj •••••• " - ••••.. K7 g , '••••55 suPPlied with the best that the market affords"and the comfort of the •••*" § gg •—•• guests is the main object of the management. Special rates given to ••••'•: § J^ •••!!• lai>Se tourist parties during the summer season. If you are likely to ••••••" § ••••09 J •••••• S r •••••© Visit EaS Sound, come and stop at this hotel and you will go away well JJ**;; g £^ »•••• pleased and promise to make us a visit each season 22 #-" » fe —••a •••••• M sff??f ??? Iff! ?••!? ••!•??••!• f f f f f f 5 ff sff ••5f ?•...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 January 1896

FARM NOTES. Wean the pig* at eight or nine weeks. Manitoba is developing a very large industry in the exportation of cattle. The number of sheep in France fell off from 32,151,439 in 1840 to 20,275,716 in 1893. Sour apples, when well ripened, have considerable value as food for fat tening swine. An experienced dairyman claims that winter milkers require liberal grain feeding. In 1893 the quantity of wool avail able for the commerce of the world was about 2,267,000,000 pounds. Alfalfa is one of the best crops grown, where it will grow. But in our north ern climate we should go slow on alfalfa. Sweden last year manufactured 77, --000 tons of beet sugar, about 12,000 tons in excess of her domestic consumption. It is calculated that the cost of carry ing ripe beeves from Australia to Lon don is about $70 per head. The cost for sheep is $6. The best dairy calf can be practically ruined by rearing it and keeping it as a beef animal. Beware of carcase fat and a beefy outline. There were 70...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 January 1896

VOL.S. NO. 47. I DOUBT OF AN ISSUE j I Contract With a Bond Syn- i dicate Agreed Upon. € S SPARED FOR ANY EMERGENCY > i E 11,,. Amount Fixed at One Hundred C r Millions and the Terms More Fa r voraMe to the Government. 1 Washington, Jan. B.There is now I ( 50 reasonable doubt that a bond issue i -as been agreed upon, and that the de« i tiils of a contract with a syndicate of l which .T. Pierpont Morgan is the head < j, tl ve been arranged; also that nothing \ remains to be done to carry it into j effect except for the secretary to sign ] dii name thereto. Thus the president j ■, prepared for any emergency and ] then- is no doubt that should heavy ] withdrawals of gold for export set in again another issue would be an- ( Bounced. The fact that there have j been no withdrawals for export within < the last several days although sterling ] exchange has ruled at or above the ] shipping point, gives credence to an i opinion held in treasury circles that ] the market has already b...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 January 1896

Th k Islander CULVER UKOS., Publishers. Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second dan mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION miCK, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. •t*j —-■ -■ - ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, |LOO per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin pie column measurement. Read in? business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per lino for first insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1896. Hon. John A. Kasson, ex-minister to Germany, recently furnished some questions and answers which are in teresting. He said: "There is no prin ciple of 'international law' that author izes any great power of Europe to in terfere between two nations, one of •which seizes territory from ano...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 January 1896

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. Governor John H. McGraw Lieutenant Governor Frank H. Luce Secretary of State James H. Price state Treasurer, Ozro A. Bowen Attorney General W C Jones gupt Public Instruction Chas. W. Bean T and Commissioner W T Forrest „ f W. H. Doolittle Congressmen j s c Hyde fJohn L Wilson Benatow j Watson C. Squire SUPREME COURT. rhisf Justice T J Anders f O Dunbar Associate Justices, j ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;^ / stSes I Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. Superior Judge J X Winn County Clerk Elijah H. Nash Joint Senator Fred C. Harper Representative J. L. Murray Auditor A H. Sliter Treasurer M. Tucker ( C.L. Carter Commissioners, \ J. H. Nichols { William Graham Attorney W.H. Thacker Sheriff. Newton Jones Assessor E W Harrison Purveyor A. P. Vaughn «upt of Schools Rev. T. L. Dyer Coroner Dr. Geo. S. Wright Commissioner U S Court II D Allison THE : SAN JUAN COUNTY BANK —:of: — FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RESPONSIBILITY, 850,000 L. CLARK, President; J. A. GOULD, Cashier. A Gen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 January 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Royal Baking %sg/ fe*i powder ABSOLUTELY PURE RESURRECTION. Trust gives sweet peace to every living thing: The wavering robin that in space has flown Finds its Raft nest: the germ of roses sown Waits sure in darkness for the touch of spring; i The tendrils of the ivy blindly cling, Stretching their brown threads toward the wall unknown To find a place secure, where, spite the : moan , , Of rushing winds, they hang till soft airs sing. j We who love life fear most the mystic death. Yet we in death the selfsame life shall live— This very life we know— glorified. And the "fair temple which now holds out breath Shall simply take the glory seraphs give, Renew its joys and say, "I have not died. —Maurice Francis Egan in Century. KARL AND TARPUS. Karl knelt down and took steady aim. Then came a flash and a report, and al most simultaneously with the rebound ; of his immense rifle the huge, crouching j lioness, the black lioness, ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 January 1896

, VOL. 5. NO. 48. TELEGRAPHIC RESUME Events of the Day in a Con- densed Form. I IF INTEREST TO ALL READERS MBM <>f Importance From Domestic ;m(I Foreign Sources — Cream of the Dispatches. Recent census figures show that in ft-n years Massachusetts has lost in population. The sale has been announced of nine leadville, Colo., mines to an Enlgish indicate for $1,000,000. A severe shock of earthquake was re ceutly felt in New Westminster and ■ost portions of the Fraser valley. Tin- American bark Arcturus parted her cable and went to pieces on the locks at Santa Rosalia, Cal. One man was drowned. Fire in the Chicago Forge & Bolt Company plant did $75,000 damage. Tho plant is owned by the American Bridge Company. It transpires that the Bosphorus is rikely to be the destination of the {forth Atlantio squadron of American battleships, instead of the Carribean Bea. The secretary of the interior has ap proved the selectinof 1,300,000 acres of laud in the Bismarck, N. D., district, a...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 January 1896

'Phe Islander CITLVEK ;BKOS., Publlnher*. Entered at the postoiricc in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per Inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin gle column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, .uch as Wanted, For Sale, etc. 10 cents per line for first insertion and 5 cents pur fine each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik 'A> f n.™ must bo signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faitn. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. JANUARY 16th, 1896. REASON DAWNING IN ENGLAND. The London Times continues its bullying " policy on the Venezuelan question bnt it is noticeable that other great English papers, notably the Lon don Chronicle.are taking a more ration al view of the matter, justly calculated to promote peace rather than incite to ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 January 1896

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. - ivcr nor John H. McGraw ■itenant Governor Frank H. Lnce 1 r '„,!% of State —James H. Price ! mte Treasurer, Ozro A. Bowen ) Kfrney General W C Jones a Jit Public Instruction.— Chas. W. Bean f"lui Commissioner W T Forrest a ( W. H. Doolittle i Congressmen < s . v Hyde ( John L Wilson senators \ Watson C. Squire SUPREME COURT. . rhi«f Justice (7:::::::::rRottrr RODunbar A ,,omte justices, J ;;;;;;;;;;;•;•;;.;;£ PHoyt , A MOciate Justices, j c p stUes ( Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. £„.,„, Judge JIC Winn runty Clerk. Elijah H. Nash , ,;„, senator Fred C. Harper JLr^entative J.L.Murray *;. ]„,„■ ....* A. H. Shter Surer CM. Tucker ( C.L. Carter Commissioners, \ ......J. H. Nichols L 0 ( William Graham Attorney .. t W. H. Thacker Bhpriff •■•• Newton Jones KsessorV. E W Harrison surveyor A. P. Vaughn i.,nt of Schools Rev. T. L. Dyer Coroner Dr. Geo. S. Wright Commissioner U S Court H D Allison : THE: SUN JUAN COUNTY BANK —:of:— FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHING...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 January 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power— Latest U.S. Gov't Report Mr **§ Powder Absolutely pure WITH KOREA'S KING. COLONELCOCKERILL VISITSTHE MON ARCH OF THE HERMIT KINGDOM. A Pitiable Ruler of Men — Pigeontoed, Thin, Bloodless, Clinging to General Dye, an American, For Support—General Choy, Minister of War. This afternoon I went with Dr. Allen and the Russian minister, Mr. Waeber, to have audience with the c> tressed king of Korea. All was quiet enough about the palace. Korean troops were posted at all the gates and about the inclosnres. Taken in hand by the gelatinous and ponderous minister of the household, we were led to the small and rather in different pavilion now occupied by the king of Korea. Mounting a few steps and crossing a veranda, we entered a small room, and, turning to the left, we saw in the doorway of a still smaller apart ment, decorated in simple Korean style, the poor king, standing, pigeontoed and pavidly, beside his flabby son, still known as the crown prince. T...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 January 1896

VOL. 5. NO. 49. TELEGRAPHIC RESUME Events of the Day in a Con densed Form. OF INTEREST TO ALL READERS Items of Importance From Domestic and Foreign Sources - Creum of the Dispatches. The notorious outlaw, Bill Dooley, is again creating trouble for the of oen, this time in Texas. Both Cincinnati and St. Louis are working hard to secure the national Democratic convention. A special from Rome says 10,000 Ahyssinians were killed or wounded in an attack upon Makile. The heirs of the late Jay Gould are being made to pay their inheritance t;ix by the New York courts. The available cash balance of the treasury is something over $180,000, --000 and the gold reserve below $60, --000,000. Charles H. Hill, a former ball-player of note, shot and killed his wife on the streets of Oakland, Cal. Domestic troubles were the cause. The government is taking active steps to put a stop to poaching in Yel lowstone Park, in order to protect the few remaining buffaloes. Mrs. Alva E. Vanderbilt, the di vorce...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 January 1896

Th elslander CULVER BHOS., Publishers. Entered at*the postortlee in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, M.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING RATE* Display standing ads, $1.00 per Inch per month. *2.j cents per inch, ..er week, sin gle I'dumii measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc.. 10 cents per line for S*«t insertion and o cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must bo signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but asa guarantee of good faith. The OfflclafPaper of San Jnan County. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1896. FARMING IN CALIFORNIA. The people of California are trying to solve the problem embodied in the question "what shall be done with our forming lands when wheat growing must be abandoned"? As a matter of fact it is abandoned already by a large number of the farmers of the golden state, who are turning...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 January 1896

if THE FAIR!! i SEW WHATCOM, WASH. « II from now on we will retail " I * pids at wholesale prices. The M I ft ".,nominal method of handling \£ MM ')[ kin<ls of goods underoneex- #x I ') fiVe makes a great saving to \0 ■ M Iverv customer Our large trade Q ; I JJ r, )„,.[,, low prices on desirable Be ■ v \ Few Prices: R I J( Re < ; ( ;r:uiMtil Sugar 1001b..._55.12 X I\f (;(K ,,|cli('P Feed per sack... 75 V I X ,;<„><! Flour, per sack 75 c 5 ■ M nost Soda, per package 7* 2£ I/* (;,wtl canned Corn, a can... 74 *ir I M Host Canned Tomotoes ** ... 7J #X 1 CjiYeast, per package 4 X? I {* [;,')ort Tea, per pound 25 I '* Best Hice, '* 5 ** I*£ l',c<t Small White Beans..... 3 m\ I (} yj pounds Rolled Oats 1.00 \M I 5( Best I'aeon iV: Home Cured £% 11l Hams, per pound 10 5£ Id [» rv Suit or Pickled Pork... 7wj I M Ht-st Lard, per pound 10 j\ mf! (ioo'l Kaisins, per pound...'=- 3\M IJ< ]„ -•>.■■ Crackers " .. 5J £% I»* Best Tea Fiiiinings, (not X£ ■«* dust) per pound Jo ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 January 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov*t Report Absolutely pure THE DANGER IN SUGAR Industry in Which the United States Should Lead. YET THE COOLIE TRADE THRIVES Supported by American Consumers, Ig norant of the Danger* to WhlcU They May Be Eipoied. Few people probably the world over, particularly in this active, vigorous life, as they drop the little sweet cryi tals into their tea and coffee, ever stop to consider the origin of sugar, its cen turies of use and improvement, its en ormous factorship in trade channels ramifying the complete circle of the globe, in almost every nation, of every clime, and the prodigious figures reached in the volume of its manu facture and consumption. A brief synopsis of the growth of this remark able product might not prove uninter esting to the reader hereof. Formerly chemists called every sweet substance sugar. The original habitat of sugar cane has never been fully established, but so far as known, was first cultivat ed in the country...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 January 1896

VOL. 5. NO. 50. IN NORTIIWESTSTATES Interesting News Notes From Various Places. £VEKKTT SHOWS ENTERPRISE IjVEEKTT SHOWS ENTERPRISE Immigration • Boards In Oregon and i Wellington Organized to Invite De . r.iMe Immigration—Washington, A new road has been opened from I the Sillaquamish at Grand Falls to! Canyon creek. Walla Walla county is advertising! for bids for the erection of a house on < the county farm. A regularly organized band of horse ami saddle thieves have been operat ing in Yakiina and Kititas valleys. The counties that have not bonded j debts in Washington are, Cowlitz, Gar- ' field, Klikitat, San Juan and What- j com. A log boom in the Snohomish river, containing about 10,000,000 feet of lugs, has broken and the logs are fast going to sea. The saloon men of Blame have in augurated a crusade against minors, j who have been in the habit of visit ing their saloons. A large number of men are engaged in .building the Northern Pacific tele- j graph lines between Pasco and...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 January 1896

*XhE ISLrANDBR CULVER nKOS., Publishers. , -= Entered at the postoffiee in Friday Harbor as second class inaii matter. SI USCKH'TION THICK, . 51.50 per year Strictly i" advance. mm' ADVKHTISIX; KATE*: Display standing ads, |1.00 per inch per month. "25 cents per inch, „er week, sin gle nclamn measurement. Reading business locals, and "otif>of' Mich as Wanted, Par Sale, etc.. 10 cents per line for f»- st Insertion and o cents pel line each wot-R thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin: Islanhkr must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of cood I'aiih. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30rd, IKH3. * » —— " THE QUESTION OF SETTLEMENT. Every business man in the county, every fanner who has any good land J to sell, every citizen who is interested j in promoting settlement and develope mentaud the establishment of new in dustries to Increase the tax roll and give employme...

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