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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1906)
Entered ea second-class matter May I R ep ort
of the M aster Fish
W ard en for May, 1 #0 6 .
S, 1606, at the postoffice at Cojuille,
Oregon, under act of Congress of March
Walter Cu/in. M. D.
P h y s ic ia n a n d
S choko «
CoquiLi.it C it y , O hb .
C. R. Barrow,
Attorney and OonnaeUor at Law
Fifteen Years’ Experience
Coqunxi C itt , O hb
J. J. STANLEY
A. J. S ber wood,
A tto bh it - at -L aw ,
N otant P ublic ,
A ttobnbt - at -L a w ,
N otabt P ublio ,
Hall & Hall,
A ttobnbtb - at - L a w ,
Desiai in K bal E btatb of all kiada.
C. A. Sehlbrede,
M * k » hfikld , O rkoon .
. D. Sperry.
W. C. Chase.
SPERRY & CHASE,
Ofloe in Robinson Building,
E. G. D. Holden,
L awtbb ,
8. Commissioner, Oeneral Insaranoe
Agent, and Notary Publie. Otflee
in Robin son Building.
A. F. Kirshman,
D khtist .
Offloe ’.two doors South of Poi* otSos.
To the Honorable Board of Fiab
Arrests sod prosecutions dur
ing the month for violation of the
laws pertaining to the fishing in
dustry have been ts follows:
District No. “ 2.’’
May 11: Complaint was filed by
State Water Bailiff J. A. Conner of
Rogue river agaiDst Psarl Beeman
and Frank Burns for fishing for
salmon and taking salmon from the
waters of the Rogue river within
the G00-foot limit of ths fishway pro-
vided the Golden Drift Mining
Company’s dam aceross Rogue river
above Grants Pass.
The case was tried in the Grant*
Pass Justice Court May 23 before a
jury, and while it was fully shown
by Mr. Conner that said Beeman
and Burns were fishing for salmon
within the 600-foot limit of said fish
way with a net and were found tak
ing salmon from the waters of Rogue
river within said limit, the jury
would not agree upon a verdict
whereupon they were discharged
and the case, upon motion of the
Deputy District Attorney, was af
terwards dismissed. It is the in
tention of the Deputy District At
torney to not drop the case entirely
but to take it up in ths Circuit
court at the next term of said court.
The Chinook and Rilverside sal
mon fry raised from eggs collected
at our different hatchery stations
last fall have all been turned out
into the waters of the state with the
exception of a few that Superintend
ent Thomas BrowD is keeping at
the Salmon Kivering Hatchery for
scientific purposes. The season’s
work resulted in our raising and
turning out in good condition, into
the tributaries of the Columbia
river, 13,378,546 Chinook fry and
243,572 Bilverside fry and into the
waters of the coast streams 13,876,-
527 Chinook fry nnd 7,260,083 Sil-
verstde fry making a total of 34,-
758,728 fry that were liberated into
the waters throughout the state;
27,255,073 of which were Chinooks
and 7,503,655 were Silversidea.
At the Salmon river hatchery, a
few o f the Chinook fry developed
very early last fall and tlio planting
began in October but the greater
portion were not liberated until
At the McKenzie river station, a
few were liberated during the
months of November and December
but the principal hatch was not
turned out until January and F eb
On the Wallowa river, the plant
ing was done this spring during the
months o f April and May.
0 » the Snake river, the planting
was done during the months o f
April and May. The Snake river
S tr. D I S P A T C H
Tom W hite, Master
fry were all fed for a month or six
weeks time before turning out and
Randan... 7 A-M. | Coquille
C oquille... 1 P-M. | Baudot ... 4 P-*. we were in hopes of being able to
Connects a t Coquille with train for Marshfield
keep and feed a million of them
and steamer Echo for Myrtle Point.
throughout the month of June but
S tr. F A V O R I T E
Fungus began to appear in their
J . C. Moomaw, Master,
midst, on account of the warm tem
Coquille... 7 A-M. [ Bandon.. 10.-45 A-M.
Bandoo.......... 1 P-M. } Coquille. 4:45 p - m . perature of the water and in order
to «eve them from becoming die-
S tr. E C H O
eased therefrom, they were turned
H. Jama. Master,
out into the main river.
M y rtleP o in t. ..7 A-B. f oqui'.leC’y 9 *0 a - b .
The number and the variety of
Coquille C ity .. .1 p - m . | Myrtle P ’t . .4 M r-w.
fry turned out into the different
Daily except Sunday.
( T T h e eafa and reliable tiww. m/m streams throughout the state each
month during the past season was
The New end Speedy..j®®
aa per the following:
C. P. Jensen. Master.
Will mske regular tripe between
I f o B t o p - o r e r a t W a y P o rta .
March 7)6 1,500,000
Electric Lights. Everything in First April *06
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO
Coquille River and San
District No. 1, $1102.66.
District No. “2,”
From Fines and Penalties.
May 21: From Water Bailiff F.
M. Wilson of the upper Itogue river
for the sale of a small set net seized
during the close season time, $2.50.
Snake River— at Ontario
From account of licenses issued:
7 gill net licenses at $5, $35; 16
set net licenses at $2.50, $40;
2 seine licenses, 1000 feet, at 3c,
$30; 7 fish dealer’s licenses (1st
Total number liberated into the class) at $5, $35; 1 fish dealer’s
tributaries of the Columbia river, license (10th class) at $60, $60.
Total for Digtriot No. “ 2,” $202.50.
Tributaries of Yaquina Bay.
Total for both districts, $1305.16.
The accounts against the Depart
300,000 ment which I have approved and
herewith for payment
2,480,000 amount to the sum of $554.65;
568,000 $197.70 of which is against hatch
ery fund, District No. “ 1;” 198.03
4,178,000 is against hatchery fund, District
No. “ 2;” $16.00 is against the
Tributaries of tbe Alsea River.
Silversides Special Appropriation for the oper
800,000 ation and maintenance of coaBt
985,351 hatcheries; and $142.92 is against
the Special Appropriation for the
1.785,351 salary and expenses of the Master
Tributaries of the Siuslaw River Fish Warden. Total $554.65.
Very respectfully submitted,
H G. V an D csan ,
March 7)6 1,081,531
Master Fish Warden.
Fam ine W ill F o llo w F lo o d .
Victoria, B. C., June 11.— Mail ad
Chinooks Silversides vices from Hankow show that the
great floods of this Spring in Hunau
an appalling loss of life,
amounting to tens of thousands.
The rivers were higher than in any
previous year and swept over the
Tributaries of Coos Bay.
Chinooks Silversides dykes, submerging
the whole valley of the .‘ i.ing was
March ’06 2,078,750
flooded, the floods pouring over the
Santung, a prosperous city, was
Tributaries of the Coquille liiver
Chinooks Silversides flooded with water to the second
stories of the riverside buildings.
Total number liberated into the This place is the terminus of river
waters of the coast streams, 21,136,- steamers, 30 miles from Chansha,
aud all business was at n standstill.
Total throughout the waters of At Chansha the water flooded
through the city gates, flooding out
the state, 34,758,728.
the people, sampans beings as high
STEEL HEAD SALMON SPAWN.
The work collecting Steelhoad as tbe treetops in places, and a
eggs this past spring has been fairly tremendous loss was caused.
The river was thick with wreckage
successful and shows that:
and villagers on floating roofs.
At our Salmon river hatchery
The foreign missionarii a in Siangtan
447,000 eggs were taken from 128
were honvy losers, though all es
females; at the Yaquina hatchery
caped iu boats.
None could esti
1,168,900 eggs were taken from
mate the loss of life, which was
329 females; and at the Siuslaw
placed at tens of thousands.
station 506,200 eggs wire taken
famine will follow, for the floods
from 162 females; making a total
have brought disaster to an ira-
from all sources of 2,122,100 eggs.
meuse area of the best rice-growing
No effort was made to get this var districts iu Hunan.
iety of eggs at any of our other
state hatcheries this season on ac
Tifton, Ga , Juue 12.— A toruado
not being properly swept over this town late this after
equipped to stop and hold the par noon, destroying more than 50
ent fish until the spawn could bo houses. Two persons were seriously
taken, but in time, I am in hopes of injured and many others slightly
having maUtrs so arranged that we hurt. No reports hayo been re
will be able to make a collection of ceived from the outlying oountrv.
this variety of egg at every station.
The receipts o f the office during
Havre, Mont., June 12.— Havre
the month of May have bsen as per and Fort Assiniboine were struck
by a hurricane this afternoon thnt
did damage estimated at $200,000.
District No. "1.”
Buildings were toppled over with
From Fine and Penalties.
May 26: From Justice of the out warnmg when tbe cycloDe
Peace Wm. Reid, Portland; 1J of struck and not a structure in the
fine imposed against J. A. Frakes, path of the terrific wind escaped
413 Everett street, March 5, 1906, damage. Several persons were in
for handling and dealing in salmon jured, but up to a late hour this
evening no fatalitien were reported.
without a license, $16.67.
May 26: From Justice of the
Peace Wm, Roed, Portland; J of
fine imposed against Otto L. Leh
man, Cor. E. Pine and Union
streets, March 5, 1906, for handling
and dealing in salmon without a
May 26: From Justice of the
Peace Wm. Reid, Portland; Ij of
fine imposed against Wm. Ludwig,
No. 260 Russell street, March 5,
1906, for handling and dealing in
salmon without a license, $16.67.
May 26: From Justice of the
Peace Wm. Reid, Portland; ^ of
fine imposed against S. J. Williford
243,572 No. 293 Weidler St., March 5, 1906,
for handling and dealing in Salmon
2,979,572 without a licnse, $16.66.
From Account of Licenses Is
sued. 134 gill nets licenses at $5,
$670; 8 sat net licenses at $2.50,
$20; 4 seine licenses, 7200, at 3c,
$216; 3 stationary fish wheel licenses
The Mercy Hospital1
AT NOHTH BEND
Is Dow open for the recep
tion of patients. The terme
are $10 per week and
upwards. For particulars
Sisters of Mercy
SOUTH BEND. ORBOON
$1.50 P er Y e a r .
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E S D A Y , JUNE 20, 1906.
V ol . 23: No. 4 0 .
at $35, $106; 5 dealer’s licenses
(1st class) at $5, $25.
N ote and Comment.
Discussion of the epithet “ liar”
shows that a man can use it with
safety in the White House or the
1 V nowlto ns Dr u Store
Omaha haB gone Democratic,
which shows what enn be done in
Nebraska when Bryan is in the
Carries a full and complete stock of
Truth may be stranger than fric
tion but it does not make so inter
esting a topic for Senator Bailey’s
The Morman Church is said to be
going out of business.
means politics it will be an economy
to the Government.
A London judge has decided that /t\ /Is /K /Is /k /K 7t\ /K /K 7k 7rs /ft 7K /is
obesity is a disease. It probably is
and a chronic, lingering one at
Jo s h
About five million people are ex
empted by the Seuate in the anti
pass amendment to the rate bill.
It is safe to say a few Congressmen
will crawl in on tho exemption.
Bishop Potter soys in a London
interview that “ Americans place
too much confidence in the general
record of public men” . This will
be good news to the muck rakers.
P la c e ,
T. T. LAND, Proprietor.
The paper trust preferred to go
out of business rather than be
ground to pulp by the Sherman
After passing the Rate Bill tho
Senate adjourned “ for a rest” .
The country took advantage of the
occasion for the same purpose.
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p Pool Tables
Soft Drinks p
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
City News Stand.
S CvS / 5 gy Kst\
The Senate Committoe decided
on a sea level canal.
ments for and agaiust that type
j ist balanced until it became known
tiiat the President was opposed to
A French scientist has discovered
thnt there is great hygienic value in
the color, yellow. Readers of the
big New York and Chicago dailies
have someway failed to experience
Very few of the millionaires are
showing any agitation over the pro
position to tax incomes, The cry of
“ wolf, wolf” has long since lost its
potency to alarm.
“ W. H. 8GHR0EDER |
W a tc h m a k e r and Je w e le r,
CO Q U IL.L.E,
A ll w o r k
B. F E N T O N
Secretary Shaw says he would be
Saddle Horses of best quality always on hand. Good Rigs in redi-
willing to travel a thousand miles
for special trips. In fact, a general Stage aud Livery business.
to go to the grave of any man who
Accommodations for Taveliug men a specialty
died from overwork. This indicates
at 6 a. m., arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. id . Fare $5.50
that ho will not be invited to join
the junketing parties that go to the
funerals of Congress.
The power of public sentiment |
has not been over estimated.
Every Senator but three voted for
tbe rnte bill which many believed
to be unconstitutional and by which
all lost passes and other considera
A private hospital for the care and treatment o f medical, surgical
and obstetrical cases.
Equipment new and modern
New Richmond, Wis., is probably
in every particular.
the best town of its size in the coun
try. A reform mayor was recently
elected to protect the interests of
Including room, board, general nursing and drugs.
its two thousand citizens.
he started out to make reforms he
found there was nothing the matter
with the town except the profanity.
Immediately he decided to abolish
swearing and he is now enforcing
the law which gives a profane man
California T ow n Is F lo o d e d . the choice of paying $100 or of
spending thirty days in jail.
Visalia, Cal., June 14—A flood of
water is again flowing over the city.
Tho United States Patent Office
An additional raise of Mill creek is very much behind with its work.
last night caused a wide area of in There are many thousands of appli
undation. Several streets in the cations for patent which have Iain
Successor to W H. Mansell
main section of the city are flowing for months in the Patent Office with
streams from curb to curb, and out action by the Commissioner or
much property may be covered be his more than one hundred assist
All orders handled with carefulness and expedience.
fore nigbt. The weather is warmer, ants. This condition is deplorable
causing further melting of the snow for the country, and the world is
in tbe mountains. Many orchards deprived of the use of valuable in A g e n t fo r th e b e s t C o o s C o u n ty C o a l
have been flooded and the loss is ventions, and inventive genius is
discouraged by delay that is little
short of criminal. The Patent
M u st D isgorge.
Office not only pays its own expen
Washington, June 14— The Su ses through the fees paid by inven
preme Court in the Philippine tariff tors, but brings a large yearly sur
plus to tbe Government.
case has decided that the govern time tbat the country and Congress
ment must refunj over $5,000,000 and the President should turn their
duties collected by the military gov attentiou to a condition which is by
ernment for imports from July 1898 no means incurable. The present
to March 1902. Congress intended Commissioner of Patents appear to
be unable to keep tbe work of tbe
to ratify two acta of the military gov • Office up to date, and a commission For Information Address
W m . Horsfall, M. D.,
ernmeot, but failed to word the law er of greater energy and strenuous-
ness is demanded.
$15 to $30 per week
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
WILL MEET ALL BOATS AND TRAINS.
m HORSFALL HOSPITAL
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
A private Hospital well equipped for the treat
ment of surgical and medical diseases.
Trained Nurses in Attendance.