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Winchester Star, October 7, 1904 - December 30, 1904 Winchester Star, October 7, 1904 - December 30, 1904
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Massachusetts
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The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1994 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1994
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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SPECIAL SECTION: CARE
PULL-OUT COLLEGE HEALTH
Senior Lecturer of Cedric Rucker Seniors Brian Lillis The Blue Miracle
r English proposes a reflects on past as a and Steve continue their Fred'burg
race and gender student and Blakenship provide popularity playing to a
general education celebrates present stability for the Fall huge crowd at the Irish
requirement. as an administrator. Ball season. Brigade
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Vol. 68, No. 5 Mary Washington College's Award-Winning Weekly Newspaper September 29,1994
BOV Adjusts Minority
Parole, Or No Parole?
Recruitment Strategies
The Board Takes A Closer Look At Project Soar
By Beth McConnell
“ With the
Bullet Staff Writer increased
Last year, an overwhelming number of students diversity in the
participating in MWC’s Project SOAR attend other student body,
colleges, according to a report presented to the College’s students look
Board of Visitors.
at the faculty
Project Soar is an $ 18,000 a year program run by the
now and they
MWC Multicultural Center to prepare minority high
don't see the
school students for college during their last three years
same
of high school.
diversity. ”
Of this year’s group of 21 graduating high school
-Shelli Short,
seniors, 17 were accepted at MWC, said ...
The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA, Jan 22, 1980 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA, Jan 22, 1980
Category Newspapers, and Periodicals & Magazines
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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fSulkt
Non-Profit Organization
PAID
U.S. POSTAGE
Fredericksburg, Va 22401
Permit No. 218
po box Ills, frvdorlcksburg
Virginia
Volume 53, Number 12
MARY WASHINGTON COLLEGE
January 22,1980
Anthropologist Leakey to
Visit MWC in February
The bones belong to what I^eakey long trail of footprints made by two in­
Famed anthropologist Dr. Mary D.
and others consider the earliest homi- dividuals was found. In parts of the
Leakey, who last spring announced
nids that are probably the direct an­ trails the surface has been weathered
her startling discovery of hominid
cestors of man, and the discovery pre­ and the prints damaged, but there are
footprints dating back 3.6 million
cedes that of Dr. Donald C. six well-preserved prints of a larger
years, will appear at Mary Washing­
Johanson’s Ethiopian fossils by at individual and nine of a smaller indi­
ton College Feb. 5-6, 1980 as the Col­
least half a million years, Leakey vidual that are capable of being mea­
lege’s eighth Distinguished Visitor in
states in her article. sured. A total of 20 prints of the larger
Residence.
The footprints tell us, the anthropol­ individual and of the smaller have
Leakey announced her discovery, ft
ogist writes, that “at least 3.6 million been found.
which took ...
The Daily Colonist, Feb 7, 1867 The Daily Colonist, Feb 7, 1867
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE BRITISH COLONIST
THE DAILY BRITISH COLONIST W EEKLY BRITISH COLONIST
HIGGINS, LONG & CO.
HIGC -INS, LONG & CO.
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VOL, 17.
VICTORIA, V. I.j BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7 , 18 G 7 . NO. 48.
For Sale—To Let—To Lease, &c. Hotels, Saloons, &c.
A Triumph of Science
45 £ra' ! ‘33
■ ewm HICKS & RUSSELL^
he
SPHOAT &- 00 .,
AND
THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD
To Printers and Others.
VICTORIA, V.I., B.C.
Dr Maggiel’s
U
& COMMISSION MEBOHAN!
EXPORTERS .OF
PILLS AND SALVE, FOR SALE,
GOVERNMENT STREET,
USKS
THIS PLANT OF THE
1VILL OPEN AT SIX O’CLOCK THIS
EVENING TELEGRAPH
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The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA, Nov 15, 1983 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA, Nov 15, 1983
Category Newspapers, and Periodicals & Magazines
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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The Bulle
lesday, November 15, 1983 Mary Washington College’s Weekly News Magazine 57/No. 8
MWC Celebrates Wo-Manhood
by SUSAN LOYD
To the delight of the near capacity crowd Chris “Cuddles” Uthe
was crowned Wo-Man 1983 in Dodd Auditorium on Friday evening,
November 11.
“Cuddles,” a stunning blond measuring 32-22-32, captured the
judges with her seductive dance routine to “She Works Hard for the
Money” during the talent segment of competition. An obvious clen cher for Cuddles was during the question and answer protion of the
pageant when she named Bob Birt as her campus hero.
The winner was sponsored by the Willard Rats and named as her
only hobby “little boys.” Her prizes include a date with the wimp of
her choice from Hamlet House, designer fashions from Saint Mary’s
Thrift Shop, free admission to Hamlet House Happy Hour, a years
supply of industrial strength toilet paper and $20 in cash.
Runners up in the pageant were Rusty “Burnadetta Berry, first
runner up; Troy “Dixie Lee” Knighton, second runner up; Kim
“Chum Queen” Holcomb; and Grady “Sweet Cheeks” Pivarnik,
fourth runner up. John “Selexia” Agnew was named Miss Con­
geniality.
Other contestants in the pageant included Abas “Fifi” Adenan,
James “Cookie” Cahill, Jeff “...
The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1982 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1982
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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The Bullet AriCHi'vi
U.S. POSTAGE
Fred«ricksburg. Va
Permit No. 216
Fredricksburg. Va
Volume 56 No. 7 Tuesday, November 9, 1982
Mary Washington College’s Weekly Newsmagazine
The Bullet Nov 9 . 1992
EDITORIAL
LETTERS
Questioning the suitcase label
Take the good with the bad
‘ ’
To the Editor: Is Mary Washington a school that to MWC. It is our hope that future
Just look around and really look. Anyone can see that the world
We wish to respond to the feature turns into a ghost town on the reports on this subject will be more
we live in these days is a far cry from being a bed of long­
in the November 2 The Bullet that weekends? While it is the consensus evenly balanced, to fully represent
stemmed red roses.
of the Cabinet that this is not the all sides of the suitcase issue.
dealt with the “suitcase campus" im­
In fact, the world today may at times seem as beautiful as the
age at Mary Washington. case, the question does need to be ad­
rose, but even the rose has its share of thorns- its share of un- One of the primary concerns of the dressed. We feel though, that The
Sincerely,
SA Executive Cabinet this ...
The Daily Colonist, Feb. 10, 1905 The Daily Colonist, Feb. 10, 1905
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE GERMAN MEDICATOR HALL WALKER
For Catarrh, Cold In tlie Head, and all
^-G-EHSTT'S
Throat and Bronchial
Troubles.
WELLINGTON COLLIERY CO S
'V-^' Campbell’s
COAL
Prescription Store,
' Fort Mil Douglas Sts.
"Look for Sign of the 100 Government St. Phone 1*3
Camel.”
VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1905. FORTY-SEVENTH YEAR.
YOL. XCIII. NO. 52
Opening Of Mainland
Bloody Conflicts Between Strikers and Troops.
Parliament Happenings
LADIES’
• g El tldiX, ^10,-^Press despatches i-rom^Sosnovico describe tho b loody character r of < the c<
The Speech From I he Throne rt y-iivo wounded, while another gives the number killed at fifty.
HAND
of Embezz
- Mile
l Vancouver
BAGS
For the First Time In Many
Affected by Decision as to
Years R<
Plain Talk
to shield°1
what -was the amount of Oho govern­
ment claims in each case, has tilio mat­ Conferred on Sailor of the
Purses, Etc., Gents’ Pocket
ter in dispute beeji seWed.^ and, if so, From Editors
« - Books, Wallets, Etc. —
L-’-oin Our Own C
AJtTK'U L.VItI. Y businesslike was t"cc°«n"
i thi* numbin' of t *>" roaul. trunk roa.I; and also to­ St. Petersburg Paper Maintains
ol Rntish Columbia h r,.t.,1PIls of ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, April 20, 1886 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, April 20, 1886
Category Obituaries, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA,'BRITISH-COLUMBIA. TUESDAY. APRIL 30, 1880.
terms.proposed by the employes, and was found guilty at the assizes of man­ Caliloruia. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FO^^ALE-TOLET^^^
'SDailjj Cslolonist
insist upon the differences being refer­ slaughter and sentenced to five years
FOR SJLXJ1
red to arbitration. They tnalce a de­ in the penitentiary. Smith shot John S an F rancisco , April 1C.—A cablegram Cherry Pectoral
Ayers
PUBLSIHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY ^^KOOR YEAR OLD BLACK' MARE, WILL
received by Balfour, Guthrie & Co., to­
mand of $12 for first-class men and Armstrong at Weddleton on Out.,
orlt single ____ i and U cood uiulef sa«l*
day announced the death this morning, ..oight, 1060 tbs. Apply ic W. H. ADAMS,
B ft, W, H1QQIN8. $10 for second class. 18th.
y
lpll lw Sintfcf Atfent, ai OavernuMilt St
at hia residence, in Cheshire, England, of
K ingston , April 13.— Owing to the C olling wood , April 13.—The town
=cs the pvali'st possible powc
THE COLONIST.BJILD1NC, G overnmeht S t . Alex. Balfour, senior partner of the mer­ to lieal and control affect ions of the tlirmit :md
BOARD AND LODGING.
alleged existence of dissatisfaction council has forwarded to Ottawa a pe­
wllli ;il)M)luto hafcty for cli
...
Daily British Colonist, Mar 17, 1882 Daily British Colonist, Mar 17, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. FRIDAY. MARCH 17. 1882.
INSURANCE.
'SO ailg (Stolonisi.
THE PRIVATE BILL
"‘-“Sifaa
PEOPLE’S LINE!
B D. W. HIGGINS. GREAT BOOM NURSERY & £
y se d
To Shippers, Cattle Drovers,
IS COMING!
FRESH FARM & CARDEN SEEDS
Travelers and others.
W,LL foil SAI.K iiY
S«,-I have.the honour to transmit to
P. T. JOHNSTON & CO.
SBaKKBT*
VICTORIA & YALE & WAY PORTS RAILWAY
of the want of
v Westminster,
the request that you will com
SEE!
to this Government any infor IVtween the Attorney General - ami t >u may havo with respect to the
•: M \!N!.\NI» TO Tin: M’.V.
intention of Mr. Justice Gray to comply
^vith^tho directions of the Order in Coun BOAT NOW IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION IS J i TC k ...
nreiae Court to rc-skle within the dii
l.-iet nf Now Westminster. matipn on the subject which y.uir "nwrn- ENIARGEMENT
O ttawa , LOtli July, 1881.
SEEDS,
I have, &c.,
O ttawa , 30th August, 1881.
TH£ift CROWTH TESTED BEFORE SENT OUT,
Tr His Excellency the Governor-Oetieral
O ttawa , Dec., 10th, 1881.
KURTZ’S
H. MITCHELL.
I have the honour to rep..vt upon the J&rfirMsanfc:
icferenco from the Secretary of State ...
Daily British Colonist, Dec 22, 1882 Daily British Colonist, Dec 22, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 32. 1882.
(So to nisi.
participation in tne Plironix Park iiiur M
iork”r"1 foodd and declaringIt hS^Jere
XINO. WEIlERftt
sllgll
FELL’S CLOCK,
ford, deimuncod the lord lieutenant in a
bloodthirsty Englbh peer, who hanged FORT STHEET, VICYOiJIA, G. C.
Hynes and Mile, Joyce, although sat.s fied of their innocence, .in order t
FURNITURE
™“^meeting1, was he\d°7n'it, M,
EUROPE.
branch°if the IriS EJiml fcajno" Har perouB farmers must“be told “the/did
C , Dec. IS.—Parnell, in a speech
okk
yesterday, said he would always op- have the* full force of
the labor agitation directed against thorn.
1.3 iS ;VoX:r, 3 e^ B , Dec. IS).—The only topic en­
krmk
grSK
gaging attention here is the relating he UPHOLSTERY GOOD?
c-oiulition.on the shores of America
If England desired tp promote the e.u List of the HuddyMurderers , IS
igrntioh of JriBlim«n} let tliem be pint- bourse since the^aUu’^f Plevnrthnn
--- | brought before the public. Your n.edi rduo din^n,°nca>.i,r°vi,if‘d vviu‘Ii,ow-. (1,nuI hu,|c!^ r°«bi°n°tM-°fa
tSAtraatesx*! ALiiAsoa ■ iJTi
SEWING & LAVING OF CARPETS
first year cfThni" ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, November 29, 1882 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, November 29, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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1882
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V ICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 39.
, voLNuoMvr“
In
v
ODai (Soiontei. v^oiomsi
FGR SAN FRANCISCO.
WoAr.i^^oAY WRRYIIiC H. M. MAILS:AKO W. F. KCO/S aP8£38.
B d. w. h iggins. 2 0
y
3 3
S£wSH sS!kSKS- S JN . WEILERfe
non and fired on tiiemsolves. The fight ! ing to tho directions, Borne of them the
! sendhi*lot "'out,* horo and aSfaf^n^ FELL’S BLOCK,
A. J. ROWBOTHAM & CO.
miles lo.ifi, with nearly ; eighty ciui.on, ■ You could sell any quantity of it, a*
ull with rillos as good as our uwu and .................................................. dicine they ever took. With many
GEO. W. ELDER,
5
and wishing you every succosa, crsjffi/»*£as?«r s“
FURNITURE
describe th. r,.t of K. Our .rtilljry »,,d m
fS!
vj j >hi a*?,?
SAFE FOR SALE.
“tah.s^l»U™/inuy
^^Sfegae ----------- WELCH, Rll’HET .t CO., Agent*.
8 FORSALE--CHEAP.
so, all job "work that maybe wanted in UPHOLSTERY COOD
WITHDRAWAL
___ -_0 ........ ....... .... — . our line. We still keep a largo assort OPENING OF THE
is told i» rattling style by a } Uy'fTo^T^ *\m“in ™?«"f ^"kiiK nnU
PEKIN TEA STORE!
Ta^ vivacious “letter to'the bank stocks’on account, of tho recently. I aal’...
The Brethren Evangelist, April 7, 1886 No. 14 The Brethren Evangelist, April 7, 1886 No. 14
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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"LOUISVILLE, O” SHERWOOD, t). sow. We only started onr *nb- Afrlwdwluwaeiffi
Tbe Pulpit Treasury for Jannary
ed with rbeomattsa tfcat
•cription a few days ago. open* the Hew Year with freabMat,
My attention we* directed to Deo. 28.—We cocomenoed our
under the Inftoenee tawfblnet
vigor of •
and promise. It la brainy, bewtj
J ohit D ubm .
M article io the Qotptl Meuenger, meeting on the evening of Deo.
Athlopboroa. and after usinn tbtih
abie and helpful. Tbe Cumberland
No. 60, title, “A Miseiou to 6th, and oon tinned an til the 20th. bottles was able to work and has baitf
Praebyterlana an given the first place
working ever atnee. Jerry daily, Sal- ,
JohMlowD,( Pi.,” by S, C. We expected Bro. John Nichol­ In tbe portrait and sermon of Professor
rod. Ohio, t
8. G. Banner, D D., with a sketch of
Moomaw ol Virginia, which de­ son, of Iowa, with na, bat were PLUMVILLE, PA.
bis life by Prof. Pester, and riewa of
mand* oomment disappointed. Bo the work was
Deo. 36-—Onr meeting* were
First Cumberland Presbyterian Ayer’t Hair Vigor stimulates the ■'
He lays, “The Progress ire carried on by tbe home Ministry,
opeaed at this place ...
Brethren Evangelist, November 27, 1895 No. 47 Brethren Evangelist, November 27, 1895 No. 47
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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one can hurry forward so as to get a mo­
the hours full of the richest freight; to fill
Items of Interest
ment in advance of the rest. Why should
them with the life of thought, feeling, ac­
it not be so ? Why should not sluggish tion,,as they pass by. It is to live so as
—It has been stated that Seattle, Wash.,
ness of hand and laziness of mind drop
to be glad, not sacl, when we look back. has decided to spend $7,000,000 for aship
back far behind 'in time—as they would
It is to conquer in the great struggle with
canal four miles long to connect the har­
be left in space ? Why should not genius
the devil,.with incarnate evil, and to have
bor to a lake back of the city.
and energy get on faster and arrive soon­
the sentence pronounced by the Rhada er ? But no ! We are all immersed in
manthane voice of the past. Well done ! —Since the orders of the “Nickel the same now. The same moment arrives Plate” shops went into effect, forbidding •
This is the safety vault into which we can
at once to all the millions ...
Daily British Colonist, Mar 12, 1881 Daily British Colonist, Mar 12, 1881
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1881.
^ctiig (Solonigi.
machine whioli it is
PILOTAGE DISTRICT OF NANAIMO. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
THE GRAMMAR SGHOOL
has the appearance of »i small piano,
NOTICE
and is played by the operator on a key­
I7TH INST., AT O A. M.
board of ten notes. As the orator
speaks the operator touches the key­
BRITISH
intervals, and the Wesi; end is patroll­
board and the machine represents the
ed by gangs of stalwart men, who stand
sounds by signs on a strip of paper.
'UCA.TIOI
in front of the fine old mansions and
Two years are required to learn the
sing, very much out of key, and with
use of the instrument, which is the in­
COLON!ST W. JACKSON’S
vention of an Italian.
o ; v Uc supervision of tno Rov. E. Cridge
DRUG STORE,
do !” This is, of course, a delicate inti them meat and drink, or better still,
as a bev­
the money to buy drink. The moment
erage, namely, the Moyors'of Aberavon,
there is trouble among tho thousands
Barnstaple, Bedford, Bodmin, Bootle,
jobs along tho river, M
The following curious nnnou A DAILY AND WEEKLY
are full. The abject
mi-nt ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, British Columbia, No.147, November 30, 1879 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, British Columbia, No.147, November 30, 1879
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1879.
INSURANCE^
^>ai STOCKS AN D MINES. _____ DENTISTRY^ NOTICES. MISCELLANEOUS.
Ig ©oXoni^i.
INSOLVENT ACT OF 1875 AND AMENDINC ACTS.
QUESNEUE QUARTZ MIHINQ COMPANY (LIMITED.) R. B. THOMPSON,
GUNPOWDER.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, EXCEPT MONDAY. Location of Works • - - Ilixon Creek. U.C. In tho matter of ALElUQ1*ANDER CUOQUETTE,
DENTIST,
an Insolvent. INSURANGE GOMP’Y,
NOTICE.
A MEETING OF CREDITORS WILL BE HELL
T HERE IS DELINQUENT UPON THE FOL- H AS REMOVED FROM CROAD STREET 1 at my ofllcc, Wharf St., Victoria, on Monday,
lowinc described stock on account of tho 11th tho 1st day of Deeombor, at 11 a.m., to tako Into con­
his foinier oil’iec in tho ■ £2,000,000.
CAPITAL, *
I Assessment levied on the 8th ttoy of Sept., 1870, the sideration an oiler of Composition and discharge
several oinaunts sot opposite thn names of tho ri'spec- made by tho Insolvent and accepted at tho first meet­
OCCIDENTAL BUILDING-,
| tivc Shareholders, as (oliowe:— ing of his Creditors, held on tho 11th day of Koreni THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS
No. of No. of CORNER COVERNMENT AND FORT STREETS.
TERMS,mINVARIABLY IN ADVANOE. j Nn.mc. Ccrtlf. Shares Amt.
Victoria, November 11th, 1879.
; John R. Tuit................:....11GS 272 .? 01
HE DAILY ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, October 14, 1886 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, October 14, 1886
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER J4. 188C.
TWENTY-EIGHTH I
VVANTEa. ____ _____ ___________ DENTISTRY _ ___ MISCELLANEOUS.
'SJctilg (Solo nisi. boucheie’s liOBte to patch up this error and
to maintain his harmony with tho Scottish Wanted atT the Arcade, W. J. QUINLAN, D.D.S.
niembera. The Irish members for the STARTLING! BARGAINS
GOOD MILLINER A
whole night kept up objeotions to thsno
PUBLISHED EVERT PAlf EXCEPT MONDAY
ancient relics, aided by tho Scottish and MISS LAZENBY.
By D. W. HIQQINS. English radicals, so fow, however, in num­
AS REMOVED INTO T1IE ROOMS FORMKR ------ AT THE ----- WANTED H
ber that no real and effectual resistance . I.v occupied by Dr. West,
THE COLONIST BUILDING, CovERHMtm St.
could bo made to tho votos; That in the l GENTLEMAN OF SO UK BUSINESS ABILITY DENNY'S BUILDING, GOVERNMENT STREET. CHEAP VARIETY STORE,
L aiul small capital, from RLL5200 to ?M0, to take
sham of discussing the estimates. A cer­ — ‘ Bpccialty made of lllllnu and treatiw; frail
Terms—Invariably in A dvanoe .
tain number of men aro kept in reserve by
the government to outvote the objectors, DOUGLAS STREET.
to any part of Canada) ...... .......... ............ m and there in notmuch chance of their legions
CORSETS.
Part* ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, March 3, 1886 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, March 3, 1886
Category BMD, Birth, Obituaries, and 1 moreNewspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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T - I VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 188 . i VOLUME LVt
wenty eiqhth
. ; I HO. *».
year
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, TENDERS.
the first suggestion. He said that the PRIVILEGE. llUaflNKG AlTlLCIi.
'J&ailv Cblolonist.
true solution of the state of the roads
Mr. T. Davie asked the load* r of the
AYER’S PILLS
NOTICE f^UILDERS.( ^
could only be found in regulating the
opposition aa he had obtainod returns of
tyres of wheels of heavy draught (i>
PUBLSIHEO EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY the business transactions of the govern­
T enders-will be reCeivbd1’ey Tins ‘
hoar). If such tyres were allowed tc
ment with Mr. James Cunningham since
uorruned up to.uooii oi WEDNftSDAY,.Sr*
B y D. W. HIQQINS.
like knives, the roads would always, March, for the erection of a ,'ottaje tuifiuf llumbidiU,
the latter had been a member of the house,
L , Feb. 6.- An extraordinary
ondon CURE HEADACHE.
matter how often repaired, be CURE RHEUMATISM.
whether it was his intention to do ai
THE*COLONIST BUILDING, CovEBNMtHT St.
ami appalling series of crimes was com­ Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
in a bid condition. Complaints had Headaches are' u-iKilly huluecd by eos- lMiemnalism is imion^ tho ...
The Daily Colonist, Feb 11, 1869 The Daily Colonist, Feb 11, 1869
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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3Uiii Victoria (ilronick.
VICTORIA, V. I.. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURS DAY MORNIHG, FEBRUARY 11, 1869 VOL. 21.
NO 52
;
Business Cards. Wants, Lost, &c. Hotels, SaloonB, &c.
Insurance.
Notices.
THE BRITISH COLONIST
PUBLISHED DAILY BY
WANTED,
THEATRE SALOON.
INBPRAHCE AGENCY. JST. V. LANGE,
NOTICE.
DAVID W. HIGGINS.
A 8TBADV lflAlttOPl;OU«BWITn
n®1
commissioN meucuant , Iloraoa. Also, one accoalomad to dir. U
fi
TBRM 3 ; UAKINt— I’aotllo Imurance Companjr, San Krauolaoo.
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Daily British Colonist, Victoria, July 3, 1879 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, July 3, 1879
Category BMD, Birth, Marriage, and 2 moreObituaries, Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1879. [ v°Lir.?L'
CRACKER BAKERY,
FORT STREET.
EXCHANGE) LONDON
Boxed and Straw Covered Demijol
‘iaMlsss"**"* Dossicnted Potatoes,
Sweet and Irish Potatoes in 2ilb t;
CIGARS
^ J. P. DAVIES & CO., ^
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i assorted
..... ASSORTED AND FANCY BREAD
I/ T T
irs bushell
AT KURTZ’S FACTORY
DAVIE & POOLE7,
- - , ENVELOPES.
barrister at law
LEGAL CAP
PIANOFORTE AND S NG1NG.
5-ffi^5^?end^£r
Kr
HA^S 0 S,TOt.^,^CI
K.
FOR WRAHGEL.CLEHORA LANDING
AUCTION SALE.
AND SITKA.
XAXMMO SCHOOL MATTERS.
Clothing
A new I,room is mid to swoop clean
SSsS=
& Dry Goods
MORE NEW GOODS!
j
VICTORIA BOARDING HOUSE,
3 that tlic new Act fixed the
NEW STYLES.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.
irm:z:n
of the Free iW
3 midnight oil in Will sell hy Public Auction
>1 Act for a clause
zrs'-is
On Thursday, July 3 rd, 1879
e woods that stood close by the <
and not finding it expresses surprise at
re licen cleared away and the c
AT 11 O’CLOCK A. HI.,
the/WV«« lived at the Capital lie
s it and the (’our
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CLOTHING & DRY GOODS,
the houses are 11 tiul there is an a ir
it is a Ooveru r the ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, B.C., No. 60, February 19, 1896 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, B.C., No. 60, February 19, 1896
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY *, %THIRTY-EIGHTH YEAR.
VOL. LXXV.-NCX
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OTTAWA.
same reasons which impelled him to re­
tire from parliament, namely, the dis­
, with or with ininutes’ wnlk sensions in the Irish party , have oper­
Spectacles...
Apply X., thin ofllce, stilting terms.
ated with irresistible force in deciding
iel!)- 2 t
him to refuse tho chairmanship. It is
•YirANTED—Situation for boys for g»ncral
true, he says, that he was elected unani­
VV housework and funning work. Apply Healy Disclaims Hostility to Dillou Sir Charles Tnpper Resumes His
mously, but so was Justin McCarthy.
J. U. J>'tijano, 55Chatham street. fel!)-2t
as Chairman of the Irish Duties—Contractor St. Louis
The Times saya there is reason to be­
Fc
Nationalists. lieve that all the officers holding the Gains His Suit.
Flint & Prossor, 18 Uroud street. Queen’s commission who were concerned
We carry a full line of fine Glass and Pebble Spectacles and
in the Jameson raid wTill be court-mar­
D ON'T forget the socliil dance nt Bertram
Eye Glasses in Steel, Nickel, ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, October 5, 1886 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, October 5, 1886
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA- TUESDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1886.
TWHNTY-eiOHTM I
V6AR. f
_____ ^TENOERS. MJSCfc LLANEQUS.
KEV. Ml*. BOlICllAim'HCASE. A BUSINESS REVIVAL.
CDaiJy CSolonisl.
WANTED TO SHIFWeicHTSr
STARTLIHO! BARGAINS
■AJN’Trn AN EN'EUOEVIO CANVASSER,
of
W:
good uddruait '
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY
w
B O. *V. HIQQIN8. N Y , Sept. 27;—The World
y ew ohic
S . M ’ J , P. Q., Sept. - — V T T Li K -- t artin s unction Fkhk*k Bay fllilpj M,
this morning publishes a long trade re­ Tkt CoUmiit
it in by the 0th mat.
THE COLONIST IHHLUINC, G 8 . , CAMVASafcR,
ovehnhent t 24.—The attacks on the Rev. Mr.
arlly acceptod. CHEAP VARIETY STORE,
view, in which it shows the great pros­
Bouchard, tho Presbyterian missionary
T —I A .
erms nvariably in pvamob
perity ’iu tho various trades. The
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
at Bord a Ploufl’e, near here, aro still
THE DAILY (JOLON1HT—Por Year, (Poita** Free bustle aud activity in the dry goodB DOUGLAS STREET.
kept up. Last week a crowd of persons A 1 ......... ........ ...............- ----------- to any part of Canada)..........................910
account*, la a good oonyhit and corrwpoodent,
district is apparent to all who visit this
Parte of a ysar xt t....
The Daily Colonist, Mar 12, 1864 The Daily Colonist, Mar 12, 1864
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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•’HE BRITISH CQLQII 8 T
K. WANTED. '
THE DAILY BRITISH COLONIST.
B y r y :wr o ir. ixr xekto ,
3
S3 aai pwrlglit £3 VOL. 11. VICTORIA. V. I., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1864.NO. 78.
MeTtZHM^ FAFUH COIAARS !
CleaFs Restaurant ! REMOVAL.
$euagn,000.
THE WEEKLY OOLOHI3T.
PARTNER WANTED.
ROPJSU & Co. have received, per “Sea Snake,” 1,100 dozen,
2 doors North of C
of the above, which they are Selling at
Tw©iity™Hve Ceiats per Doxcn !
Wholesale and BAKER
Retail !
■ms
Upss
Chops and Steaks !
Mrs. L. E. Wilcox,
Wanted.
GOLDSTGN.E & BRO.
The Metropolitan
ROPER ;V,, VIlF STI513KT.
Sporborg. & Rneflf,
Cor. of Fort and Government streets
BSaA!OLET§S--“Hwtam Bay four-point.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NOTICE.
MARSHALL & LINCK
Spring Ridge
«aasa*sa« *"■ ■
HICKMAN, TYE&CO,
WATER WORKS. Next the ...
The Daily British Colonist and Victoria Chronicle, Victoria, July 26, 1866 The Daily British Colonist and Victoria Chronicle, Victoria, July 26, 1866
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE BRITISH ■ COLONIST THE DAILY BRITISH COLONIST ! WEEKLY BRITISH COLONIST
VICTORIA CHRONICLE VICTORIA CHRONICLE
HIGGINS, LONG & CO. HIGGINS, LONG &
CO.
A :ii fictoria v'*.i: r: .1
n n nn aXfR:VI:S ' >.7.|0'00
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VOL. 15.VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1866. NO. 191.
Shipping Notices.
ment of your Majesty ; and your petitioner, New Advertise ments New Advertisements.
COLONIST AKD CHRONICLE I
fully believed in providing tho said endow­
New Spring Goods, 1S66.
ment lor tho Baid sees ibat the BUhapB there­
FASHION HOTEL
Ship Mohawk. Capt. Davies, from
of would bo subject to that ancient jurisdio
Thursday Morning, July 26, 1866.
tion ovor the estato. ecclesiastical which London.
rightfully appertains to the Crown of your
AND
TO ADVERTISERS. Majesty as belog within all yourdomin DT' ,
supremo. EX MOHAWK,
victor house IBIS VESSFI- WILI. COMMENCE niSCIIARO COMOERT ROOM!
5 That yonr petitioner has been advised,
Transient Advertisement* mual bo pild for lu aih
: unless the defeat of your Majesty’s
Itoynl Lottors bo supplied by pome aot of
"Wholesale and Hetail
legislation, tho members of the United Church
FROM LONDON,
THE ONLY PLACE OF AMUSEMENT IN
070 wA-Ca-EISTTS- of England and Ireland resident within the
said colonies will bo without that security TOWN !
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Daily British Colonist, Jul 29, 1882 Daily British Colonist, Jul 29, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JULY >!). 1883.
MISCELLANEOUS.
(Solontel
CANADIAN NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
KBS
PUBLISHED''EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY ’ tlme "'as 0,1 1,18 "'ftV t0 t,u‘ 110 | unJoist.L'lTt cuiilist'sof a tor’]i?a s]
By D. W. H I G G I NS.
its proper cliaraelor. All disturbed action
ef thu liver and biliary organs "iving vise GOODS. XINO. WEILERfr
The I ppci ChumWr of the I.egis:
SHORT & SIMPSON,
l.iltnv linsof late ilisplnvRil n '
FELL’S BLOCK,
disposition f.,r violating the
km
GUN & RIFLE MAKERS,
1 LATEST STYLES
\ enii‘i 1 wistlnm ol its
lir*:
,
Ill-: IVKKKI.Y colonist iv.-t.i-.- r, . I.. »..% uit peers were aghast :it i-nUnls ljeini; pro
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The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1994 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1994
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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Senior Sara Grant Three MWC students WMWC, the college radio
Tracey Dickerson
dedicates her time to are named CAC station, gives up hopes
argues that the
politics as president Players of the Year for their tower and looks
minority Student
Transition Program of the College for the 1994 Fall into the possibility of
Season. going FM.
is exclusive. Republicans.
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Mary Washington College's Award-Winning Weekly NewspaperNovember 17,1994
Vol. 68, No. 10
Department Chairs
Yeah, We’ve Got Your Coffee
A Thing Of The Past
Under Possible Plan
handle responsibilities within the discipline
By Eric Edwards
such as the selection of course offerings,
Bullet Entertainment Editor
according to Richard Hansen, chairman of
Department chairs at Mary Washington
the department of English, linguistics and
College may soon be a thing of the past.
speech.
MWC Dean of Faculty
Departmental chairs are
Barbara Palmer announced
hesitant to speak of the
the formation of a committee
possibility of restructuring as
to research the possibility of
no details have been decided
reorganizing the departments
on yet. However, Palmer
during her Nov. 9 meeting
said she is dedicated to the
with the department chairs. ...