|Issue & headlines||November 20. 1902 Page four|
On her first visit
Timber damaged by insects
Another canteen supporter
High explosives dangerous
Thinks well of Atlin camp
Returns to Fort Flagler
Slump in apportionment
|Image tag||02112004.GIF |
|Date of publication||11/20/1902 |
|Page notes||"U.S. cruiser now to make her first trip in American waters"|
"Civil service librarian advocates garrison bars under strict discipline"
"Ordinance officers frown down their use in the U.S. Army"
Canadian miner says it is the poor man's mining ground"
"Receipts from state school fund will materially affect warrants"
|Named individuals||Hopkins, A.D.|
Highday, Hamilton M.
Kerrick, Harrison S.
|Vessels||Warship U.S.S. Albany|
|Publisher||The Leader Company |
|Place of publication||United States--Washington (State)--Port Townsend |
|Type of publication||Newspaper |
|Frequency||Daily except Monday |
|Title notes||The morning leader (1895-1904); on Sunday published as: Sunday leader. Continues: Townsend [daily] leader (1892). Continued by: Port Townsend daily leader (1904). |
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|Source of other formats||Microfilm: Port Townsend Public Library, 1220 Lawrence St., Port Townsend, WA 98368 USA, 360-385-3181; Microfilm and bound originals: Jefferson County Historical Society, 210 Madison St., Port Townsend, WA 98368 USA, 360-385-1003. |
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