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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

J 9 Ik f pip h i r i V V ft l m mi Forty nine Children Lose Their Lives While Skating DISASTER AT FOSTER IOWA Ice Gives XVny With Flfty ono and Onlr Two Itacnpe to Tell tho to Oliluln lnrtlculnrii or tlio llcportml Catastrophe Dcs MoIiich Dec 28 A telentiouo message from Washington la suys thnt 51 nohool children were BknthiR on tlie river neitr Foster la when the ice gave way and -10 were drowned A telephone message from the What Cheer telephone operator nt midnight to the operator In Den Moines said that 40 school children had been drowned Immediately thereafter it became impossible to reach What Cheer by telephone the operator evi dently having gone homo Telephone messaged by wny of Oska loosa and Ottmmvn say the report of the drowning of 49 school children at What Cheer Is time The children wore skating on a pond near the fair grounds and the accident occurred about 0 p m Burlington In Doc 28 A tele phone message to the Hawlteye from Washington Ia says that 51 school j children ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

ll h 2 Governor Hoosevolt will next Sunday nf toruoon address tho 1 411 branches of the Young Mens Christian association in North Amoricn Ho will spenk in Carnegie hall New York and simul taneously advance copies of his address will be road before tho other organiza tions of the association You may bet a copper cent on the ns Bortion that Norfolks increase in popu lation was not as great during the past tea years as it will be in the coming do cade Norfolk has boen sort of resting on her oars but she proposes to offer induoeiueutB to immigrates from now on that cannot bo surpassed by any other locality in tho state Tho United States is fast becoming the largest producer of textile fabrics in the world During MK0 live huudrod and thirty ono new mills for the manu facture of cotton woolen and silken goods have been constructed being almost double the number erected dur ing 189S Who wouldnt bo proud of a record like this And yet there are pessimists who will arguo that the coun try has...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

M F I i l4 VI Bfl Jl IRS General Dewcts Forces Aug mented by the Colonists KITOHENER AT THE FEONT Xlrltltli to Lend 11 U Iorces Against Boer InvailorsUattle In Progress Naur D Anr llrltidi Occupy UrllnUmu Without Opposition London Doc 28 The position of Capo Colony Is hanging in tue balance According to the Morning Posts Capo Town correspondent everything de fends Up6n the quantity of ntuimi nltlou In possession of the disloyal Dutch residents 100 or whom have Joined the Boers In the Phlllptown district nlone Energetic measures have been tukeu to stum the Invasion but there In unquestionably danger that parties of Boors will get through Into parts of the Colony nud gradually nilse the whole Cape In rebellion Re inforcements cun arrive none too soon Most of the dispatches from Cape Town describe the raiders as doing lit tle barm and as being rapidly en closed liy Lord Kitcheners command Lord Kitchener Is In the heart of tho disaffected districts He has the ad vantage of blng personal...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

a u i 4 i Art if tv I ffl i atf Sci i i w i Squadron of Yeomanry Cap tured by Wily Transvnalcrs HARD AFTER GEN DEWET felrltlfilt tlrpnrlail to He lrltit liner Commandant In Iilylriiil lllaliirl War Offlc lnlil In Innlinl ItnurU In Hew Zealand Cenl Ingrnl Cape Town lei 27 A squadron of pconuuiry whloh litul been following lie Hoern from Brltstown In reported o linvo boon ontrnppod There ware several casualties It Is said mill the rcmnltuler of thu force was captured I Gcncrnl Kltohenor has loft Niiuuw jpoort uud gone northward Tliu rapid eoncnntrntlon of troops In the disturbed district thiough tlie energy of Onorul Kltchuiicr Ctersonal uts allayed the local uneasiness The British tire pressing Command nut Dewot In the Lndybrand dis trict I The liners enptured two wngons containing ChrlNtmiiH luxuries des tined for the ciinip of liord Mclhuen Imloii Uoe 27 Tho puuellT nnd mbseurlty of the dispatches from South Africa give rise to renewed anxiety UVpparcutly the dlsturbod aroa of Gape...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

r I i f x 111 I - 1 - J I I if o MY SWEETHEARTS DUPLICATE Time hai not dlmmd the mrmry of tier fcj The falrcit one among the other flow era Alight with merry imllcs nd flinple Rrace I The m cctncm of my clilldhoodi lirpy hour B HA tn thoe days n alt loiera do Mocd by an ardor that wis quite uliUro ftwore I to her would evermore be true Aye ten to the yny end o time Whe ahc and I ere crown we two wer wed Six years wvic lived together In our neat But now alu lor childish tows I said 1 Alas when I told licr 1 loved her best Bier rhal stands before met I ran see A something In her face and eyl and naya IThat looks Just like her mamma did when she waa sueethesrt of my childhoods happy days Newt New kirk tn IlttsburR Dispatch oj0oSoOSoxJojoOio5o5oJi 2L 5 unnnr imninn imnin fflllUKL flUffiH 0 HO Tim llliick anil White Chnrina That Kucouolleil Two Itlvnla BY O OUNYNOHAM TERKY 3000j0s0J0J0J0000J0i On the very corner of Culle tie los Iescndltoa ltlnncos Street of the Little aVhlte Fish just w...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

1 ri I I ne The Jloitf oik JSLccaa i Sti6jUri5 Jtfow vrnlt for tho Twontloth century Winter anyway Btnyod over for ChrlHtmas Lntost nmrhrt roport Stockings HhnTO gouo up Roo 2fith Iriitor Btlll StocklngB hnvo como WtoWll Tlio Camming County Democrat Imb iasuod n handsome Christmas number -printed in rod with n brilliantly illuml tinted covor Nunibor lilinnu unlucky flgnro Mi Brytin tit least it proved bo election H1b olectorlnl votes from morthom Htntos nru jtiHt ll for lllHt the Tho Bnnill pox Bcaro nppoars to bo almost nbntcd uiul Norfolk 1b ono of tho Jiealthy spots thnt didnt oven dovelop n Hnflpoot Grent 1b Norfolk I Tho prominent democrats who gave their support to llryaniflin must bo con adorably pained to discover how small their iutluonco is when put up for an unpopular ciiubo Mr Bryan ovidontly has small faith in tho ability of tho average domooratio editor to keep tho people properly in fonnod on tho paramount issues and has concluded to supply tho lack from tho fountain ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

m t i 7 3 fc IK v v w mr Jvt W txS rS X a JOHN TOPP PIRATE By Weatherby Chcsnoy and AM Monro as ohm cornuoirt MOO irr WEATitKnnr ciiEsfnrr and xuck xunno iij utTiunosa ut il a oouutah xv v CHAPTER YI We returned to Vigo Buy In less tlina four months nud with us n largo com pany of other ships nil ucnrlng grain for which the failure of the HnnnlBh wheat crop promised n profitable mar ket Wo neither sold our cargo how ever nor did I succeed In carrying off my sweetheart And this Is how It happened Scarcely had we anchored when n negro pago came off to the ship In a small boat bringing me n note from Inez Sbo was In sore trouble through her lovo for me for Don Miguel had for bidden her to have nnythlng more to do with me and had locked her In her room to make sure that his commands were obeyed And there was even worse news than this In the letter Or ders she told me had been received from the court to seize all the English shipping In the bay to confiscate the cargoes and to Imprison t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

i J i n h r The 4opf oik 4etns i How wnlt for tho Twentieth oontnry Winter Btnyed over for Christmas t3nyway Lntost uinrkot report Stockings Thavo gono up Boo SMh Xifttor still StooklngB hnvo como n down Tho Gumming County Democrat lmH iaauod n handsome Christmas uunilwr Trlntotl in rod with a brilliantly llhunl nated covor Number 1 11 in nti unlucky figure for Mi Bryan nt least it proved ho last d Action Ills olectorial votofl from tho sotthoru ntivtoa nro jtiHt 111 Tho immll pox Boaro appears to bo almost abated and Norfolk in ouo of tho jiealthy spots that didnt oven dovolop a suspect Great Ib Norfolk Tho prominent democrats who gavo their support to Bryanism miiBt bo oon adorably pained to discover how small their influouco 1h when put up for an nupopular oauBo Mr Bryan ovidoutly has Binall faith in tho ability of tho avorago domooratlo editor to koop tho peoplo proporly in fanned on tho paramount Ibbuos aud hiiB oncludod to Hupply tho laok from tho fountain head of all modern p...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

4 or W v - w ft w JW t Jfc JVs V JV JV JV ar 1 JOHN TOPP PIRATE x X X x x By Wcatherby Chesnoy and Alick Monro oomuanx lroo nr wnATiiimnT ciiksnict and aucx Kcnna rLLUtmiAnoNa ur il a oouiaas THE NORFOLK NEWS FRIDAY DKCKMHKK 27 J 000 feK a a l l I I n l l n W V V V N - M CHAPTER YI W returned to Vigo Bny In lesa thn four months nud with us a lnrgo com pany of other ships nil benrlug grain for which the failure of the Spanish wheat crop promised a profitable mar ket We neither sold our cargo how ever nor did I succeed in carrying off my Bwecthcnrt And this is how it happened Scarcely had we anchored when a negro page came off to the ship in a small boat bringing me n note from Inez Sho was in sore trouble through her lovo for me for Don Miguel had for bidden her to have anything more to do with me and hud locked her in her room to make sure that his commands were obeyed And there was even worse news than this In the letter Or ders she told me had been received from the court to seize...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

h 8 miiii N Hills Found Dead in His Of fice This Morning INQUEST NOT NECESSARY Fact or III Dritlh Dlnrororrl Aliiiut 1 1 lilO by 1 M Ilnylnnl llit II ml Upon JlHo ITftoMn for Sovrrnl llnrn Hlfttnr In Unln rmlo linn llonn Nutlllfltl From Momlnj n Dnlly NormnnHlllHnROl nbonl 15 yonrBwns found loud in his olllco tliin iiiornliiK about 11110 of heart faituro When found tho body wnH not yot cold nml the supposition in thnt ho diod this morning whim in tho not of drawing Tho body wiih lyiiiR diiiRoniUly noross tho lloor near tho conoh whoro ho sloops and wna partly drossod Tlio lump wan burning nndnvory indication wiw that ho liad boon siuldonly Htriokon whilodrosi ing Tlio dooonsod has luvirdcd with Mr and Mrs b M Gnylord for tho post 12 yearn and it was Mr Gaylord who first learned of hiH denth llo liad not boon Jicoustomod to go down to suppor and had boon irregular in his breakfast hourri Ho nto dinner yostorday no usual but this inortdug did not for broak font About 1 1 I0 on hiH way...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

I on u Tilden Justice of the Peace Shows Pluck ONE MAN TOOK THE BUNOH lohn A lil n rn J I Exceed Ills Author ity lint Thorn Are None to Olject Un lem It lie the Irlnonern They Took 011100 Worth JoT Goods From Klgln From Bntnnlnrn Dally John Aahburn who is n justico of tho poftco in Autolopo couuty with his homo in Tildon olToctod a nent capturo of threo burglars with nil thoir stolon booty Inst night Tho store of Wflfo Brosat Klglu had boon robbed of 91500 worth of dry goods Thursday night and among others notified ofjtho trnnsaotion wub Mr Ash burn In company with Bert Edwards ho started west Inst ovontug to look up a party of campers toward whom suspicion pointed About n mile west of tswn they passed threo mou in n light spring wagouand Ashburn jumped out of tho buggy ho was in and followed Tho fellows passed around Tildou and Ash burn secured another team and in com pany with Jus Edwards proceeded to follow Besides taking a circuitous routo tho follows doubled on thoir traoks sev...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

y A i i 10 WEDNESDAY WRINKLES 0 II Wnnnpr spent Christmas with Irionds in Stanton Nr wirt Mm George Tnrkor spout Christmas nt llonmpr Services vroro hold nt tho Oorman Juthcimn churohos today1 Miss Williams is nttomlfng tlio stato tonchors mootliiK nt Lincoln Kdmund Zuolow of Slnntnu spent OhritmaH with Norfolk frlcndN Kobt Sohrnm of Missouri Vnlloy Iowa spout Christmas in tho city Will Parker arrived Monday nvoniiiR from llonton Mass to viflit n few days Mr mid Mrs lllnkonmu mid phlldron upent Christmas with frionds nt Piorco Miss Maud Tminohill Jk spending hor holiday vacation with frionds in town Mr nnd Mrs lohn Anderson will ro to West Point tomorrow to visit his another MissKdltliHnrtnmn clerk at Dnr land Sisters has rouo to Lincoln to pond n week MIbsos Matron Allhory and Stafford nro Norfolk toachore who ore attoudlnR the ftuto mootlnR in Linooln All classes of tho Y M O L have been discontinund until tho Ud of Jaun wry on account of tho holidays Miss Nora Conway olork for th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

Rubbers Overshoes Felt Boots Felt Shoes Felt Slippers Leggins All Sizes and Kinds Davenport Bros THE NORFOLK SHOE HEN A Question of Spex Do your eyes tire easily fir pB 9 If so You need Glasses Do your eyes burn If so You need Glasses Docs the type become blurred in reading If so You need Glasses Do you suffer from frontal headache If so Glasses will Help You Do you know if you have perfect eyesight If not we can Inform You IT WILL C05T YOU NOTH1N0 H C F Bl JVMliQtiflnlDT Jeweler and Optiean NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA THOMPSONS CASH GROCERY SWEET POTATOES NAVAL ORANGES ALMERIA GRAPES HEIN7S MINOE MEAT CABBAGE ONIONS BALDWIN AND GREENING APPLES and in fact everything in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Thompsons Cash Grocery The Weather Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum temperature 21 Minimum temperature 5 Average 13 Preoipitation 00 Total preoipitation for mouth 02 Snowfall 100 Barometer 29 98 Forecast for Nebraska Fair to night and Saturday W...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 December 1900

I i 12 1 M I Mast Block DKNTIST nrno Tyler Attornojg at liavt Norfolk Noliranl pRO S 1AllKKH Norfolk Noli DR H T J10LDEN Homeopathic Physician and Surgoon Onicn Cltlrons Nntlnnnl Hank llitlldlng Tolniliitin 101 Hanltnrlnm nmt Itnnlilnuro Mnln niitl lSlli Hi Norfolk - Nobraska H J OOL13 DKNTI8T Onioo nvor Cltlrons Nntlnnnl Itntitt Itontiloita ono block mirth of CoiiKnvtulloinil church Norfollc Nebraska jyAlKS HAZKN Unicnornr Ioonnnls Drug Hturn Norfolk - Nebraska JVJISS MAUY SUELLKY Fashionable Dressmaker TJp stairs In Cotton block otor llnnms store Flral clnsa work Riinrnulood Norfolk Nebraska pOWERS HAYS Attorneys at Law Rooms 10 11 imtl13 Mnittlilook Norfolk - - Nobroska SESSIONS HELL Undertake and Kmbalmors Motgiona Illk Norfolk AvoI Norfolk - Nobranka W M ROBERTSON Attorney nt Law RooinH 1 and 2 Roborttion WlgtoD Block Norfolk B W JONAS FINE TAILORING Suits mmlo to ordor mill In tho Intent xtylo llo pairing lumllylclimo Shop on South Fourth 8t south of llnnni llrot BOOKBIND9NC R...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 January 1901

3 IcW i y - 1 IsL IflS f f s The Nob i Request China to Affix Signa tures at Once DECISION OF THE MINISTERS IllplonmU TlilnU I lny S Iliiii on Inrl of CYlc itlitU l Iurmm Dilatory Turtlt 8--II llmiB ClifiiiK Amlmn to Aliikn IVate Von Wuliltsrcn ltMiilntl Drnil Peking Jam n ineolliiK of tlie foreign mliilMtiis vestenliiy It wns an nuuiicetl tlint 11 Ilunj Cluing niul IrltKo Chlnj wore preiMireritn slun nu llglOLlllLIlt IIS HOOll IIH It lH Illllly fol tslgniituru II IIuiir Cluing desires to ciiniHiet the lKinu negotiations to n eoneluslon niiil the iiliysjeinns attending him think lie might liu taken to thu Span ish legation where the conforenees liuvobeen liiltl if the weather is fa vorable It seems to be the opinion of some envoys that the acceptance of the terms of the note by the Chinese Is not explicit enough The Chinese de sire for consultation regarding the razing of forts and the legation guards Is open to misinterpretation and lia ble to lead to long arguments which might in ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 January 1901

p k I I I ti v A 1 f - I A ft I The Nori IS 18 n 11 Request China to Affix Signa tures at Once DECISION OF THE MINISTERS llilunmtA Think llioy Sr IMiui on Purl of CYlritluN to Pui Mle Dtlulury Tnotlni II lluiijc Cluing AiitIiihi t Jluko IVMe Ann Wulilurarn ltiinrlnil Donil 1okliiK Jan n tneetlnt of tliu forolgn iiiliitaters yesterday It whs tin nouneed tlint II IIuii Clnitic and Irinee bin were prepared to sljin an agreement as soon an 11 Is ready for signature LI Huns ClimiK desires to conduct tliu peace ncKotlatloiiH to a conclusion iuul the pliyHlelnns attending lilin think ho liilsht ho taken to the Span ish legation where the conferences bit ve been held if the weather Is fu Vorahle It seems to be the opinion of some envoys that the acceptance of the terms of the note by the Chinese Is not explicit enough The Chinese de sire for consultation regarding the razing of forts and the legation guards Is open to misinterpretation and lia ble to lead to long arguments which might In th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 January 1901

2 The Norfolk Ieuus W N UUSIC Publisher ttAllV ltnMlhtd IW Ktpi7 day niropt Hmidir H carrier per weoW 14 cents lly mnlliicr jcnrtoiu WUKKIV niwmioiuiSai The New eMnli Mied 11 Tlio Journal established Im Ktery Friday lly mull per rnr l50 ltnteml nt llin VoMntllco at Nortnlk Nnlt n twomt rlnsi m niter Tolnplitmn No 12 A correspondent asks How shnll I furnish n small veranda to mnku It look nttraetlveV Pictty young women arc very attractive on it vcrniidu Twentieth century imtortntniiiontH mid articles of ntorolmndlBo nro tho rage tioiucthlugou tho Klghtoenth century order would probably rollovo tho monot ony and prove jtHt an popular Ool Blxby of tho Statu Jnurnul tkluks there is nothing swoctor in this world than n school mtiitm nnloss It might bo two boIiqoI nmnuiH But if they should hnppon to ho now women and iuaiRt on u right to assist in ruuning tho govominont Threo bills hnvo boon introduced in tho legislature providing for a punish wont for kidnnpors tho penalty for tho crirao ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 January 1901

A f y i t l w Qinisin Unexpected Compliance With I Demands of the Powers IMPERIAL EDIOT ISSUED Crli Mlal Court limtrurti AgmM u lltlnlii tin- llfit Iuiiiii for it Su I piiirliin f Abmit J Ji iitliu mill l il i Peking Dec Chinese pleni potentiaries have been unexpectedly ordered to sign the preliminary Joint note iiihI lmvo untitled thu foreign en voys to Unit effect Thu Chinese themselves wore great ly astonished at receiving the Imperial Instructions Neither LI Hung Chang nor lrlnee Chlng hail expected success In persitudlig thu court under ten days The emperors Instructions arc to ugree fully to thu note but to en deavor to got the best terms possible particularly In the matter of limiting thu number of the legation guards and nlso ay to the places where theo arc to bo located The plenipotentiaries nip Instructed to endeavor to limit the number of army po ts along the Hue of railway to as few as possible and ilnnlly to require thu powers not to destroy the forts but to merely disa...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 January 1901

iiijljll Queen Victoria Rewards Returning- Field Marshal MADE KNIGHT OF GARTER iiRlnlit SiuitIkii Hciilm lloW Willi Uiirtrilriilicl Crotvil ul 1 1 Hit KnllnnilintltiUly nl ton Irlini tti utrlcu Artlnj lliivr rinir Cowos 1nU of Wljilil Inn il The utoitinor Camilla Inning Ilchl Marshal Lord Roberts mi board anchnied orf Osborne yol onlay Tlio ships In llio roads were gaily dressed tlic Mm front was elaborately ileroratcd with bunting unil Venetian masts with festoons adorned the route to Osborne house nt the entrance of which wns erected mi unique tribute of tlio queens niqireelntlon of the Held innidiaVs work In Hie shape of Jin nreh of laurel This wns the llrst time such nn nreh hud ever iiiieiireil there In honor of any suliject of her majesty The Held marshal landed from the royal launch at II0 p in which was tlio signal for deafening shouts of wel come Princess Itentrlce In her en pacify as governor of the Isle of Wight and the Duke of Connnughl representing the queen awaited Lor...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 January 1901

a JONfM 1 J 1 --X- X - t X----- it t Rhnniiis Mlior Campbell tokl tnc thin utory ono whiter night ns wo revolvoil before the open tlroplaec In Ills old log house Our bucks wore freezing while our faces were scorching nml It was only by turning like chickens on a spit that we could keep comfortable In front of the cord wood tire He told It In the highland iiiellc not because he could not speak English but because he could be more Hue nt In his mother tongue bo this version Ib merely a translation Moreover It Is translated from the spoken word rather than tho written but being true 1 hope It will not lose all Its humor In the retelling If from time to time 1 chaucc to use a NEVER IIKAIID FIOW DHCIALD MlIIAIl OOT MA Kill Km Gaelic Idiom It will not be because 1 am trying to give the narrative a na tionality but because It all comes back to mo In the expressive words in which I first heard it and I must trans late it as best 1 can While Sliaiiins told the story his face was alternately ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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