120 Years Ago
August 2, 1895
Owing to a difficulty yesterday between C. V. Minkler and R. P. Mace, the latter came out of the trouble somewhat disfigured in appearance.
July 5, 1895
The Aberdeen Bulletin’s baseball notes last week were up to their usual standard in rankness. The manner in which the Hoquiam’s were treated was the same as...
June 28, 1895
The warm weather brings out the small boys with their swimming rigs, and some of the larger ones. At times the river literally swarms with them. They...
June 21, 1895
Mr. S. A. Dahl has purchased a road cart. He thinks they are far better than bicycles. A horse is a better guide than he going downhill.
June 14, 1895
Recently some of the boys about town have been indulging in the sport of throwing stones through the windows of residences. Several such cases have been...
June 7, 1895
Another year in the history of public schools in Montesano has been brought to a close, and it is a matter of pride to teachers, parents, students and...
May 31, 1895
On Tuesday at about 10 o’clock, fire was discovered in a small house on the outskirts of town. The alarm was immediately given, but the distance was so great...
May 24, 1895
At the Grays Harbor Commercial Company’s mill last Saturday evening, J.S. Bigelow ran through an edger 35,000 feet of inch boards, in one hour and forty-five...
May 17, 1895
Two escaped prisoners, McDonald and Bodwell, were recaptured last Friday morning between Westport and North Cove and were returned to the county jail the...
May 10, 1895
Notwithstanding a diligent search has been made for the two prisoners who escaped last Thursday and they have yet to be apprehended. They were seen Monday...
May 3, 1895
The following is a verbatim copy of a notice which was placed in the post office last week by a party or parties unknown:
“The skeleton of...
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