100 Years Ago* Capt. Emile Harige, until lately in command...

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May 15, 1994|By Robert M. Pennington of the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society.

100 Years Ago

* Capt. Emile Harige, until lately in command of the oyster police schooner Daisy Archer, is constructing a canoe designed to beat any boat on West or Rhode rivers. -- The Sun, June 12, 1894.

* Rev. A. J. Howard, a Seventh Day Adventist, who has been conducting services in the eighth district of Anne Arundel County, has been arrested on the charge of Sabbath-breaking. Rev. Howard is charged, along with Henry Bullen, of working in their gardens on Sunday. -- The Sun, June 23, 1894.

* J. A. Hodges, who has been elected principal of the Anne Arundel Academy at Millersville, was given a public reception yesterday at the Baldwin Memorial Church. -- The Sun, June 26, 1894.

* Anne Arundel County will have no agricultural fair this year but will take part in Prince George's fair. -- The Sun, June 30, 1894.

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