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Submissions from 1889

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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
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 3 (1889)

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Convention Notes
Anacortes Progress column 1, articles 6 and 7 (1889)

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Democrats Will Cut a Very Sorry Figure in Legislative Body
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 2 (1889)

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Governor Issues Election Proclamation
Anacortes Progress column 3, article 1 (1889)

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Hon. W. Lair Hill Says the Legislature Which Met as Olympia Wednesday Does So Without Authority Of Law
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 3 (1889)

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It Is But Two Days More Till Election
Anacortes Progress column 4, article 1 (1889)

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Members Elected from the New States Will Draw Pay from The Day of the Election
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 5 (1889)

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Olympia, Ellensburg and North Yakima are the Three Most Prominent Candidates for State Capital Honors
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 1 (1889)

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President Will Examine the Organic Law of the New State
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 4 (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
Anacortes Progress column 2, article 2 (1889)

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Republican Ticket / Democratic Ticket
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 1 (1889)

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Republican Ticket/Democratic Ticket
Anacortes Progress column 3, article 1 (1889)

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School-Trust Lands
Anacortes Progress column 2, article 1 (1889)

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State Government Does Not Begin Until Next Monday
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 3 (1889)

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Summary of Convention's Product
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 1 (1889)

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The Constitution
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 1 (1889)

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The Election Has Come and Gone
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 1 (1889)

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The Republican Ticket Was Elected In This County By About 335 Majority
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 5 (1889)

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The Votes Against Ratifying the Constitution Will Probably Approximate 5000
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 1 (1889)

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Thirty-Two Votes Were Cast in Ship Harbor Precinct On Tuesday
Anacortes Progress column 5, article 1 (1889)

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Tide Lands
Anacortes Progress column 3, article 1 (1889)

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Tide Marsh Lands
Anacortes Progress column 2, article 3 (1889)

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Timber Sales
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 1 (1889)

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Twenty-Eight Votes Were Cast in Guemes Precinct Tuesday
Anacortes Progress column 1, article 7 (1889)

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Washington's Capital
Anacortes Progress column 4, article 1 (1889)