|Issue & headlines||November 21, 1902 Page four|
Inbound for Cork
Are they slaves
Lost in Olympics
Changes of masters
Coming from Victoria
Distinguished elk coming
Salmon packers plead
Promoted to operator
Former resident weds
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|Date of publication||11/21/1902 |
|Page notes||"Marine engineers ask a result of the Portland incident"|
"Fate of a hunter who was a well known tugboat deckhand"
"Representative of grand exalted ruler to be here today"
"Mysterious Seattle cracker drummer tells a story of being robbed"
"Do not want government to declare closed season in Alaska"
"Otto Baker given a responsible position with the postal company"
|Named individuals||Sullivan, J.F.; Moritz, Theodore; Wilson, John Anderson; Macfarlane, Walter R.; Mulny, M.G.; Baker, Otto; Bruce, A.E.; Wakeman, Lorena Margaret |
|Vessels||Russian bark Borrowdale|
Steamer George W. Elder
British ship Pass of Leny
|Subject||Elks (Fraternal Order)--Jefferson County, Wash.) |
|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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