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[All of the state officers elect will assume their functions following the proclamation of the President that the Washington constitution complies with the Enabling Act] (Oct. 12, 1889)

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[Although the admission of Washington into the Union is complete, the State government, according to the arrangement decided upon at Olympia, does not begin until next Monday] (Nov. 16, 1889)

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Convention Notes (Aug. 17, 1889)

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Democrats Will Cut a Very Sorry Figure in Legislative Body (Oct. 12, 1889)

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Governor Issues Election Proclamation (Sept. 28, 1889)

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Hon. W. Lair Hill Says the Legislature Which Met as Olympia Wednesday Does So Without Authority of Law (Nov. 9, 1889)

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It Is But Two Days More Till Election (Sept. 28, 1889)

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[Matt McElroy, formerly of Samish, but now of Seattle, from which place he was elected a member of the Constitutional Convention . . . we are glad to observe, doing effective service in that body] (Aug. 10, 1889)

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Members Elected from the New States Will Draw Pay from the Day of the Election (Oct. 19,1889)

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Neighborhood News (Oct. 5, 1889)

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Olympia, Ellensburg and North Yakima Are the Three Most Prominent Candidates for State Capital Honors (Sept. 7, 1889)

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President Will Examine the Organic Law of the New State (Oct. 12, 1889)

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Prohibition Has Now an Opportunity to Show What It Can Accomplish When It Has the Special Authority of the State Constitution to Back It (Oct. 19, 1889)

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Republican Ticket / Democratic Ticket (Sept. 28, 1889)

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Republican Ticket (Sept. 14, 1889)

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[The Constitutional Convention has completed its labors and the fundamental law which has been agreed upon by that body will be submitted to the people for their ratification in October] (Aug. 24, 1889)

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The Constitution (Aug. 21, 1889

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[The Republican ticket was elected in this county by about 335 majority, except Thomas Payne for senator, and he just slipped in] (Oct. 12, 1889)

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[The subject of the disposition of school lands has been under discussion by the State Teachers' Convention in session at Olympia] (Aug. 3, 1889)

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[The votes against ratifying the constitution will probably approximate 5000] (Oct. 12, 1889)

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[Thirty-two votes were cast in Ship Harbor precinct on Tuesday] (Oct. 5, 1889)

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Tide Lands (Aug. 17, 1889)

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Tide Marsh Lands (Aug. 3, 1889)

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[Twenty-eight votes were cast in Guemes precinct Tuesday] (Oct. 5, 18890

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Washington's Capitol (Oct. 19, 1889)