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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 April 1902

The San Juan Islander O. n. < I I.VKK. Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. EVENTS OF THE MY 4 Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Past Week Presented >n a Condensed Form Which Ii Most '.'k-Jy to Prove of Inters*: to Mai<j Pa*!** K.\-Secretary J. Stetling Morton is seriously ill at iiis son's residence in Chicago. Jacob RUs has declined President liooscvelt's proffer of an appointment as governor ol the Danish West Indies. Richard Croker has become Lord of Manor at Wantage, England, by the pur chase of the Manor lands. A Sutin dispatch pays: A proclamation lias been issued in behalf of the Anacon dia committee Rumtnoning all Macedo nians in Bulgaria to invade Turkey on the orthodox Easter day, April 27. I Miss Alice Roosevelt hM returned to Washington from her Cuban trip. K. H. Harriinan bun been re-elected president ol the Southern Pacific Kail road Company. The house pensions committee hap re ported favorably the bill granting a pen sion of $5,000 a year to Mrs...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 April 1902

PRESIDENT TALKS BOOSEVELT DISCUSSES MANY NATIONAL ISSUES Speech at Charleston Wherein He Tackles Problems of Expansion as Well as Those of Labor —Presents the Much-Discussed Sword to Micah Jenkins—Exposition Sees an Enormous Throng of Cheering Visitors. Charleston, S. C, April 10.—One hun dred thousand citizens of the South yesterday took part in the celebration of President*: day at the South Carolina Interstate and West Indian exposition. The enthusiasm of the demonstration was worthy of the great state of South Carolina and the president of the repub jj c president Roosevelt was profoundly impressed with the magnitude of the greeting and made no effort to conceal his pleasure. Throughout the day the president, his cabinet and the other dis tinguished members of his party received a continual ovation. Owing to the long program arranged for the day the formal exercises were brief. Addressee of welcome were deliv ered on behalf of the city of Charleston by Mayor Smyth and for the ex...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 April 1902

San Juan Islander Tim isi.vndv;:: co., P«i>iuiicr»; i». H. CUt.VKK K<lilor and MnnflgCT. iHntorol iit tha ' postoiiiee in Friday M.irliir as Mcond .rl:i-<s mail matter. •*nh*cri|tti»n Prior, - -■>'• •'• r Year j Til OHlcial Paper ol San Jnan_Connty. "Tc:ulb(r g MM TV, iii Rubscril of* paying on' 1 year In atlvnupo md arm u-i, If any) the follow hi-* named V" i;'s are o|T«red, to gether with the lSL\N[)l'lt. Nt the com binntinn prlccM qnoteJ, viz.: ISI.ANI)I:R in i ■-..■.((;: Poßt-lhtc!llffenceri weekly, - - fi.lo Sc;i!Uc Timcfi. vcrUly, .... i.So Northwest HorticiHuriut - - - - ' '■" New York Tribune t*i»rniCT ... i.Bo New York Trlbuns Kevfew - - - - i»8o N«w York Tribune, «ri- vcikly, - - MO Thrlce-a-Wtek N. Y. World, - - - J.oo In 1 •do Btnde, • ] ■"" Detroit Free Tress, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 S. 1". l'\:ituit!tr, weekly, ... 2.5 a S. I*. luH< tin, Sunday edition, - - ■"■' Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - -'i St. P.iul Plonrer I'rcssi; weekly, - - ••« Montreal Faintl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 April 1902

San Jmtt Inlander mi: isi win: : c<».. Puiiiuiicr*. „ 'i > i i.vi-.x. i dxi i ami Manaßcr. .. „| „,. , ,; llw i poMtoilleu ill Friday , II i; , „ nx <i».'.iini.-!ii>s mail matter. sni,s,ri|.ti..n 1.... - "• *I.HQ Par Your Tli 3 OHlcial Paper ol Sin Juan County.: i „ Clubbfafl '.■'•• — To nil subiseril <*r* payinj one year in i Ivan in I hit ir«, If any) ill-' follow ing named ymbHeatioiis ire »fIR red, t<»- ihor with ■': > N'OKIt, nl (he com bination prices quoted, ■ i.'-: ISI.AN!)i:K tni.l Seattle Post tntellljjencer, weekly, - - fi.So SciMli- Time*, weekly, ... - i.«o Northwest I !■---!•■ New York Tribune .... igo N.-.v York Tribune ttevicw - - - • >>° New V.iik Tribune, »ri--.veekly, - - 2-i" Thrice a-Wtck N. V. World, - - - *.oo Toledo Blade, - • '-60 Detroit I'ree Press, l-wrekly, - - 200 S. l". Kxatiiincr, .---■■ S. I", riulli tin, Sund ■• edition, ■ - »,oo C 1 ic.igo tntcr-Ocean, weekly, - ■ M 5 St. Paul PionrcV PrVsn, weekly, - - 2 ; <»1 Montrea...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 April 1902

ONT[ BUSINESS .^.tinned from First pngQ;'..'.;;. " .....•.•.."2585 itiuS-- ..,.. . ; •• 147 25 Jimu! Bth grade ex^niner.... 600 L ''" Ho st.ital, car? of poor ..... :... 58 50 'U . lVk . surveying, platting: and *■'• *""'._ ' :........ 22 00 W *°^Co.', U.tl., legal b)a..k.cas«s;. 49 00 ''"-MiJtc.^t Sou, repairs to court . + ~-* r --, ........;■. 16 00 !! c j,'Jk iruit inspector..,. „<:.•■: I ■ ■'" 50 \tiu.u, services As health officer;/; H- ' .... ..... .-.......i....' 94 00 I ■"i.:i'u-Matiiew, attendance and ' C H l m.l!pox) •• • „1200 .ji i cn -c:i, „...s!:iiiv;-powder '......;. 10 sun J- 1' feci, Biate.vs. Robertr .. ' ' ' ...........'.'.... ii 20 ;.,, .wn ......:...'. 640 i::i;cli; V 1 .... 640 i. Sli o*«lca,d6 ...:...... &-l 0 aut.^ ••-■•- :—• J. 4° , , 1K . 1t .-jii. do ■ •;';'•:> 640 ,j 0 !•••• 200 Vi. :iL ."I--v^yiiig and plaitii-x- ... 83 V ■•, cl ling on roiids.... ...'...'. 2700 '.\"u'. r jo ... Vl..' 15 <w a » * ::..•.."..•• 5 ""' Cjjin. Haj.uau •-.*• 9°° iw...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 April 1902

BOUNTY BUSINESS c,,;itiinu'ti from First page) , r ~~. .'.•.: ;*as 85 ": it;;l^-;;;;;...., v :,.,.;...—.:.47> 5 ?f,; Dtehtmaii, Bth grade examiner... , 600 „;,-» Hospital, car«;of pour ....•...: 58 50 ' , Clark, surveying, platting and ''"• *•• ....: .... 22 00 ph.°!? a^e y Co., Lid., legal Wii.ik cas«s.'; 4a oj f"" ■'"■■andlcs Ji .^Oll, repairs to court .\ t *•• ,- 16 00 '.'r^cirJu, Iruit inspector.... ,/:.:.. ._ 12 50 ■* ■A'titfiJt, services us health officer. *° /"■ ' "..'. ...i............. 04 00 CV Mntiiew, attendance mid i!m,g:iiiJ« suiallpox) .•••••■•••■• 13 00 •11 Jcus«--:i, washing powder „ 10 " 't-ii^ou. J. i>. itu, SlatL" vs. Rohcrt 'V "" ii 70 •M%:mcii.'«-«V«* .:....::.-■•■••••• mo , la , luorc . do ......;. 640 '..''/h ,v.un,do :....... 640 o'.iurt.d, • •••••- ■;.>? ' . 1 ,j,-;is)ii. dO •••-.•■ 640 I'llo1 '110 !•••• ,2 00 j "V v.iv- 11. :-a.-v.jyi:ig and platinise... *$<?] „' ■..-, c.iai.iiujj 011 roi'ds.... ...'...'. 2700 ' ji/julK-r Jo ••• , •' '15 *> ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 April 1902

RALPH IIARDtLOT'S MEDIATION 3Y VILLIAM MINTO. CHAPTER Vlll—Continued. Ju-t as lie crossed ill*- threshold, and before he could see anything in the Btrrange light, Ralph leaped on him : with the rope, passed the noose over his head, and ran it tight upon Ins 1 srni«, pinioning them to his sides before ' he had recovered from his surprise; And be had dragged the knight hack a few paces into the dungeon, and had j drawn the dagger from bis side before the retainers realized what was going forward. Every man in the castle- | there were about a. dozen ruffians in all, picked men, of the Fame feather with their master — was tramping down the corkscrew stair to see the fun, all at their ease, in high spirits, well lined with beer. The huge Nicholas came next to his master, and he was loung ing lazily in, stooping to enter, when suddenly he heard suppressed oaths and a hurried trampling and scuffling, and paw the knight in the grasp of the pris- ' oner. I Ralph held the dagger to the knight...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 April 1902

Scrofula It i 9 commonly inherited. Few are entirely free from it. Pale, weak, puny children J l fire afflicted with it in nine cases out of ten, and many adults suffer from it. Common indications are bunches in the neck, abscesses, cutaneous erup tion?, inflamed eyelids, sore ears, rickets, catarrh, wasting, and general 111 i" *■ * debility. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Eradicate it, positively and abpolute ] V This statement is based on the thourandfl of permanent cures these medicines have wrought. .•My daughter had scrofuU with eleven sores on neck anil about her ears. Hood's Sarsa •rilla whs highly recommended and she to.>k F- »nd «as cured. She is now in frood health." Vi s I. 11. .loxes, Parker City, md. Hood* Sarmapmrlltm promt*** to cure »nd kcttpm thm promts*. Too Bad. "IV> you know, Miss Frifibie," said the large headed young author, "my moß t brilliant thoughts come to me in my sleep." "It's a great pity that you are trou bled with insomnia," added the young j a d...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 April 1902

I Orcas Island j i:ast BOUND Howard Wilson returned Saturday \ Iroin W'hateoni. L. D. Pike left Monday on the Thomp- ' son for Seattle on business. W. R. Sutherland's launch was storm bound at tho Fast Sound wharf Friday Might. Miss Jennie Fry; loft .Thursday for Portland to take a position as nurse In a, hospital. V. W. Taylor, of Whritoin, spent sev- 1 eral ila>« visitihg his family, returning j oil the Thompson Monday evening. IK. F. Templin and R. N. Uickel !it*a i few days on the bay making arrange ments for starting the Kimple brick yard. ■ Mrs. (Scoirhegan returned homo Satur day morning from a three week-' visit j with her children in Whatcoin and Se- i ; at tie. j .1. D. Low man. president of I'- OreasV I land I- mil lompany, arrived Satunlayj morning to spend a few days looking j, after Jiis interests here. Mrs. Peters, of Seattle, and Mrs. Km loch and Miss l,auia "aldrip. of l-'air- j [ haven, visited their pnrents, Mr.and Mrs. ; I. S. Waldrip, over Sunday. j \l(*y. Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 April 1902

Cbe Ban Jmn Islander VOL. XII. j N. E. CHURCHILL j 5 Successor to the 5 5 SAX JUAN TRADING COMPANY, * ff *-!'■ •''.■; ■ ■ ''. ''• . ■ ■ ■ x \ ■ , - ■ ; - £ \ SHIRT WAISTS, WRAPPERS, SKIRTS \ 4 * <* • ■ ■ -:--'<■;^- l^<-- £ J DRY GOODS, including fine Cassimeres, Series, 5 Twills, Ginghams and Calicos .._ € I <» Fine line of Ladies' Hose, Lace, Embroideries * X - ..._^■»,—...',■,.,..^ fi. ..« i. '»»umi-Lj» ■—- — —-~~- -"- —jn iiiw |£ ' (? —c—"-i.* I"'lr>1 , ▼ , 5 ■ ■ ■t-W/ ■ - ;If: t 0 Largest Store in San Juan 5 County. ? 1 _«^_ : , _^_ ._■—■■.;-:,,»'' ,' *•', j . :Jt ... i. v. iiiiii ii n iiwiii —mi ■ man iii ■iiMimn-iri-minTninr »Tn» ——-r-»—-i^ ! SllSSr $4-50 S S9ok * West™ iVi.no a 08CK * Granulated, b I For Cabh Ooly Oliver Chilled Plows, Beams and a full supply of Plow Fixtures.. Seeds, Fine, Clear Seed i Oats. Harness Supplies, Paints, Oils, Lumber, Shingles, and, 'fact, most anything yon want ". m I BLUE FBOHT STORE | al lug . • i • ■ it^UUMUMM ■■!!—■■■■»!!■——l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 April 1902

The San Juan Islander O. H. CII.VIR, Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Past Week in Con* densed Form. A dispatch from Rome announces that the pope favors Cardinal Sarto, the pat riarch of Venice, aH his successor. Young Corbettand Dave Sullivan have been matched to box for the world's featherweight championship in Denver on -May '-'-. Lightning struck the grand stand dur ing the progress of a hall game at Akron, Ohio, killing two young men and severely injuring a third one. 2 J. Kt-iff, the American jockey, has been Ucenwd to ride in England. Venezuela lias ratified the protocol tor the renewal of diplomatic relations with France. Charles I. Fuller has been renominat <-<l for DQllgreet by Republicans of the Eighth Illinois district. The president has nominated Colonels Charles Bard. Simon Snider and Win. Auman to be brigadier generals in the regular army to till existing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 April 1902

DEAD SOCIALISTS. rivlC GUARD AT BRUSSELS OPENS V FIRE. After an Order to Disperse Had Been Disobeyed By a Crowd Which Was Holding a Demon stration Before the' House of the President of the Chamber of Deputies—Universal Suffrage Defeated. Brussels, April 19. —A serious riot haß occurred at Louvain, near Brussels. The Socialists held a demonstration in front of the residence of M. Sohollaert, president of the chamber of deputies. The police, in attempting to disperse them, were received with a shower of atones. The Civic Guard then fired on the mob. A similar riot occurred in another part of Louvain, and altogether n've persons were killed and 12 were wounded. Some of the mob carried the dead and wounded to the Maison dcs Protelaires. Another riot is reported to have occurred at Bruges, in Flanders. Here the police charged the Socialists with drawn swords, and 10 ot the latter were wounded. Socialists Parade Streets. The rioting at Louvain began at about 7M. A band of (Socialists para...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 April 1902

San 3 uan Islander TIH" ISI.ANOKK CO., PublUh«r«. iT7». CULVER lvditor and Mminger. Entered at the poatofttee in Friday II nil.. i .is class mail matter. :;^y Hiili«crlptlnii Price, - #1.."»O Per Year the Ojflcial Paper ot San Jean County. _ Cubbing List «- To all subse.ril.ers paying one year In ndvanee (and arrrirs, If any) the follow ing named publication^ are offered, to r, i',,- with the fSLANDRfI, at the com bin itii m prices qtn»ted, vi/..: ISLANDER mid Sent tie I'o.it-IntelHc^ti'cpr, weekly, - - fi.So Be.vtt Ti!iir«», weekly, .... i.Bo Northwest Horticnlt iriat .... i '*> Now York Tribune Farmer ... t-.'30 New York Tribune Review - -, - ■f Jo New York Tribune, '.ri-wcckly, - - 2.1" Tliriocs,-\V. ,kN. V. Wei Id, ... 1.00 Po'.cdo B1 •■!••. - - - - - - 1.60 1 Detroit I'rce I'ri.-s«, IClfli I l-'v. • - 2.00 S. !• KvairtiiK-r, weekly, - - - 2.50 1 S. p. Bulletin .1:1 lay edition, - - 1.00 Chicago Intcr«Ocen!i, weekly, - - Jt.s St. 1 nui Pioneer Pi■ •■- weekly, - - 2.00 Montrea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 April 1902

TRADE-OF SAN JOAN (Cm tinned from First pftge) ous of obtaining a larger share of 'the island trade they must arrange ;: to handle a much larger .portion of the u r;ts of the'islands' than they have iloue hitherto, and upon . teSQU v tliat will leave a fair 'margin of .profit* to the producers. *■*■ It is extremely di3 coiirayJ-'S to a '"araaer who has spent years f;1 hard labor in making a home iii "tiie wilderness— felling a forest of glrjat firs and ■p/aiipntiy nursing an or chard into bearing, to its place; to s?rd bis "fruit or pic luce to market. that is glutted and where, if sold ac a'i, tne cost of transportation,; wharf age and commission' leaves him little | if any, margin. If an orchairdist talced a hundred boxes of choice apples to Seattle he is not asked to ibarter them for bacon, beans or calico,; but g,ets cash for them, which he is priviledged to spend as he pleads, an dit is quite nlttu'as that JLe &huu;d pi'eade to spend considerable part of it;" there., The Bx...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 April 1902

RALPH MASKIOT'S HIOH BY WILLIAM NUNTO. CHAPTER fX—Continued. By 10 o'clock there was a conaider able muster at Wixo< —in all about 100 nit p. Sir Richard Rainham was not a popular neighbor, and when it was known thai ;t blow v,ns to l>e struck at bin they came witli a will. Not more than a third ol then hail regular armor and weapona. Hut in \ the light "f tin- shield lantenu carried l>v Tiler and Barnaby their equipment ol scythes, iixi>^, and hedging hills looked iit/ly and formidable enough, j Those who had more ipecial weapons and regular defence of plate, or' iword proof leather, were murvhalled by liler' in front. The injunction of alienee was well observed; the myi-tery of the armol gathering, the darkneaa, the: flashing of the uncovered lanterns on fact' and weapon, the luapenae of the I irJMif held them mute. When all was ready, the slides of the lanterns wen- shut, and Tiler, who had noted the ground carefully in his morn ing's excursion, led them to within 100...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 April 1902

peculiar To Itself In what it is and what it does—con taining the bent blood-purifying, •ilterative and tonic substances nnd efl'.'cting the most radical and per manent cure? of all humors and nil eruptions, relieving weak, tired, languid feelings and building up the whole system —is true only of Hood's Sarsaparilla S,o other medicine acts like it; no other medicine has done co much re;il, substantial good, no ( itlier medicine has restored health and strength at. s > litt'e cost. ••I whs troubled with scrofula and came near loving my eye«i>cht. For four months 1 could not M . c to do anything. After taking two bot tle* of Mood's Sarsaparilla I could see to walk, „,„! when 1 nad tanen eUht bottles I coulii see «s well as ever." SUaIK A. Hairston, Withers, X.' • Hcod'a Saraaparllla prom/*** to cure and kmmpm thm promise. A Domestic Mystery. Mr. BinkB —Something queer about Biffkine. He has never once mentioned his wife. Mrs. Binks —Perhaps he isn't mar ried. Mr. Binks —Oh, yes,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 April 1902

San luan Island } Oi t stac of County Beat C SAN ,11 AN r.ILLI V I. Rats came over fibni Port Townsend Monday. C, Hosier returned Monday from Port Townsendi Qeorgesmiiii returned Monday from ■ \ i-ll up-S'illlhl. i,r\>is m.vis, iif,«'iii<MK.i, viaited with ll,iir\ Bailer last v ci k. Yeoman Reed mine over froni P»»ri T.-niix'ihl laal week for ■ \i--it wuli bin, iwrenta, Mr. and Mrs. Hum Eleed. Mr.. !!. If. <'i:ut > returne I tfii — week from ;i vi^ii with her daughter, Mi>. Derrinberg, <>n .lames Island, B. ''. Henry Hannah and family went op to Seattle .Saturday, Mr. Hannah going to (li»iM>s,. of <!itjlity-livt! Ikmii-is of salt salmon which be and his brother i>en packed last season. J. (>. Bergman and daughter Jennie re- ! tamed M lay from ■ visit to Seattle with' hi* brother, ('apt. A. Bergman, who lias just returned from Australia mid is I loading 11is kId;» with a cargo of spars for Manila. N ROC UK II \IUiOi; Miss Jessie Strnlil and Miss Kin t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 May 1902

Ck San Jmt\ Islander VOL. XII. i N.E. CHURCHiLL I $ ■•••». ■ ! .v - r 5 j Successor to the * f i SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, $ '$ ___ i: i : . •' . ;j 5 !- SHIRT WAISTS; WRAPPERS; SKIRTS ! 5. . \ § DRESS GOODS, including fine Cassimeres, Series, 1 \ Twills, Ginghams and Calicos \ 5 Fine line of Ladies' Hose, Lace, Embroideries t * "7" . ~~~" ~ ' J Large at Store in San Juan \ > County. I . _J *■—"-■* ' ■"' "'■ ""' ~ . 2. r a .#%,-... ' N)■ Western Sugar $450 a Sack * ,;— * • » Hist '2 t-2 lbs Tomatoes, 100 per cam Little Hoys' and Youth's Suits Cheaper than Your Mother Can Make them Boys' Knee Pants froui -'•>■ to 7.» c each. Ladies' Shirt Waists and Fine Dress Woods. Some of the Waists Only sOc Each.. ; No Reasonable, Oiler Refused, as I Want to Close Them Out. Ladies Fine Shoes and Slippers » ... h .... .:.';;. Jon Will Flnd nine cnniiT ctadc atthe _ BLUE FRONT STORE | __ •_ .__^___ .# ALL j;^[^'|MARTIN&JENSEN shoeJF\a k^MO Soleflents 4^g^J&APE3 FRIDAY harbor, WASH 4«—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 May 1902

The San Juan Islander O H. (11.VKK, Kdilor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of th« World —Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Past Week in Con* denied Form. Count Corlolano Potnadi San Martino, Italian minister of war, has resigned. Champ Clark has been renominated wit (out op]M>Fition by the Democrats of tin- Eight!] Missouri district. LfttMt official report!" have it that Wil liam Waldorf Attor will be created Baron Ctotcdon of Taplow next month. The transport Grant has arrived at San Francisco from Manila with 1,610 passengers, inrludingtheTwelfth United Btatof infantry and four companies of cnßiiala. A virulent outbreak of thecattle plague has occurred at Biiluwayo. It threatens totally to paralyze the gold output by ■topping the transportation of supplies to the miners. Ex-Cnnniiliiian Charles Kraiz, indict ed for bribery in connection with the St. Loolfl suburban street railway franchise legislation and a fugitive fsoin ju...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 May 1902

TBEATT IS SIGNED PANAMA CANAL COMPANY MAY MAKE TRANSFER Of U» R'S hts to the Uniud States—Agree ment to This Effect Executed by Secre tary Hay and Minister Concha—What Colombia Grants and What She Is to Receive in Return. Washington, April 24.—Secretary of state Hay, of the United States, and Minister Concha, for Colombia, have ■isned a treaty providing for the transfer o the United States of the rights inci jt en to the construction of the proposed Panama canal. This treaty is similar to tile protocol recently signed, the terms of which have been published. The following authorized statement concerning the propositions of Colombia, as they stand amended, was made public: "The United States is granted exclu sive right to construct, operate and pro tect a canal, as well as all railroad*, tele graph and telephone lines and auxiliary works within the zone. The zonu is six miles wide and includes the islands of Flaminco, Naos and Perico, in Panama bay. It is to be under the joint judici...

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