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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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ed a i'l" o - s tlie h ill- ' to ^ nip-, of h s le n f lu y le a p e d lr * 'i;l th e lifi^a* o f lo w lj’
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e rs L f a t h i'V e d on lie - k n V, op ;- d ie ih e Iii— sm ok e hke llu .h im n y , S tm liih t
: w id o w * I m t is e , 'I h e n a f i l n p - . th e m er a< r o s s y r e .d H e ld > h .n n lin e s o f m e n A ii O r n iiiiH a il T lm t I ' n i l ...
The Daily Colonist, Oct 29, 1917 The Daily Colonist, Oct 29, 1917
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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EXTRA
EXTRA
PRICE FIVE CENTS
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, OCTOBEfi 29,
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, February 13, 1879 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, February 13, 1879
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1879.
^SH^PS^AND^STIEAMJERS^ JNSLIRANCE. ^MEDICAL^
MISCELLANEOUS.
"SPctilg (Bolomsl
BARK SCAWFELL, FROM LIVERPOOL. NORTH BRITISH & MERCHANTILE MRS. DR. 'WT3BB,
NEW COOPS! NEW GOODS!
MIDWIFE AND PHYSICIAN,
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, EXCEPT MONDAY.
INSURANCE COMPANY,
PILOTAGE AUTHORITY NOTICE. contracted by th ESTABLISHED 1S00.
Victoria, Jan. 3 OAPITAL,£2I000,000 STERLING,
xnplalnta to which h
HENRY SHORT, ACCUMULATED FUND8 - - - £3,286,120.
A ll persons desirous of qualifying
CONSICNEE NOTICE—BARK SCAWFELL.
for the position of I). C. Pilot are hereby noti- LOSSES SETTLED WITH PROMPTITUDE AND
lied to mako application within 10 days ^from date in
LIBERALITY.
FELL, CAPT. EVANS,
T efims —I nvariably in A dvance . djx. irom iiiverpuui, win commenco GUN MA1
ALLSOP k MASON, Agonta.
Freight -. jlfjht at the wharf of tho undersigned AND RIFLE MAKER
aulO Govurnment streot
on Monday Morning Feb. 3rd.
TIIE DAILY COLONIST—I’cr Year, (subject to I'os mio^fron^ tiidr^remplljytjr^ H\irther {information
Consignees aro requested to call at tho offlco of tho
..... $ 10 .
signed. ** U •
Parts of a year at tho same rate. MARINE INSURANCE.
Co
AHjjoods Mt on tho^vlinrf nftor 5 o'clock p/m. of D . S & s
l’-r Week (if delivered) ............... . ..25 Conte.
Bj on tr ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, September 16, 1885 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, September 16, 1885
Category BMD, Marriage, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16 , 1885 .
Qioioni^i. LAYING OUT ROUTES
| Skcond-growtii Of.ovKiL — Tho sec FOR SAN FRANOrSDO.
, creatTaSains
The Rising Generation
:OR THE VARIOUS THEATRICAL COM- ond growth of tho common red cl
BINATIONS OF THE COUNTRY. | is not generally more than one-t
------- the hulk of tho 6rat, but where
low the Tiling i» Done Sjsto.n«tu-iiiiy— | seed will ripen it is one of the most
FURNJTURE
tl9^„r,vtV/''^0Mrn^?rU' J foll^einbgU8i
aero crop oHmy^cut ’’in IS. Mrs. j. I>. L
For the next 60 Days
------- June arp as profitable as any gram
■r of years I’was
[New York Sun Interview.1 1 Crop. And it 80*1118 to be a fact that
Entirely Cured.” Life and Health.
lmvo*been verv'mucli troubled with
. debilitated, troubled with sore eyes
New York^theutro, _\vl^U'h | Joiit \iiaiiy ' The grain can be handled u.oru
FOR_SALE. ,, ;
Hwl'fllmi ' 1 Ur tul 1 1 1 01 1 I tl Uiqci si/o r'quires less twine
JOHNJWEILER,
point that if I am nsked to book and reaper ,8 used. But these adv
STEAMER M’tiAUCHT
route n coin puny I can tell in a few min j are more than offset in a ...
The Daily Colonist, Sep 9, 1867 The Daily Colonist, Sep 9, 1867
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VOL. 18.
VICTORIA, V. I., BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1867.
NO. 76.
THE BRITISH COLONIST
Medical. Shipping Notices.
For Sale—To Let—To Lease, &e. Fire Department Notices.
Groceries and Provisions.
PUBLISHED DAILY BY
JS QTIQ JiL
THE LEADING PERFUME OF THE AGE ! For Saie~ ”*
regular notation
HIGGINS, LONG & CO.
Ship Anna Dorothea,
From Fresh Lulled Flowers,
MUSS AY &
Union Hook & Ladder
onolToar, (in a
The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1987 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1987
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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The Bullet
Tuesday, February 24, 1987
Mary Washington College’s Weekly News Magazine
Vol. 60, No. 14
B.O.V. Approves New Visitation
The Board also approved a resolu­
by APRIL D. STOOPS tended weekend visitation hours if
the matter to the Committee or.
which obtain an 80 percent vote in
tion to formerly commend the
Editor-in-Chief they obtain an 80 percent vote of all
Campus Social Life, whose full
favor of the system.
members of the Committee on Cam­
residents, and if the average overall
report was also submitted to the
At their November meeting, the
In a meeting this weekend, Feb.
pus Social Life for their “exemplary
G.P.A. of the residents was a 2.0 or
BOV this weekend.
BOV received a proposal from the
21, MWC’s Board of Visitors ap­
efforts toward the development of an
With the exception of the 80 per­ higher.
Senate’s ad-hoc committee on visita­
proved the new visitation policy pro­
enlightened and innovative policy
The new policy will be in effect
cent vote, a stipulation the Board ad­
tion, based on student survey results
posed by the Committee on Campus
for the enhancement of social life on
beginning with the fall semester,
ded, the rest of the Social ...
Daily British Colonist, Sep 20, 1882 Daily British Colonist, Sep 20, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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TntNrs?u,'THi
VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER . .
30 1883
t an Arab to tlu* rebel c
'SDaifjj iSofonisl.
B. C. DIRECTORY. —
;s:
UKTU THM.T F^T«.ER ALL WHO BOOK-KEEPER. AN IMMENSE STOCK I
0
Bv D. W. HIGGI NS.
.OUU.OOO rupees, to meet the expenses
the Indian contingent in Kiiypt.
L , Sept. IS. -The plan for the
onikin
BP
aa;
SSKtf
NEW ARRIVALS FROM PHILADELPHIA & MONTREAL
I IK HAII.V cul.i IN 1 ST- IYr Yrar, (l'ost.ii;u Knv to
for tho first army corps, will i
£
o
&
BEST CHEAPEST EVER IMPORTED INTO THE PROVINCE! 3
S
EUROPE.
classes of modern machinery employed] I - - - ........
FOR CASH! 3
LATEST EGYPTIAN NEWS. • KKIIY, Sept. IS.— A
£3
lenties, county Dom-al, w
e seizure uf her cattle. On. C T T from
han ax oxo
2
| A """ SUSSEX
liw'To battle,'iidPt’lu» nmiTrogiment Nkw Vo,ik, Sept. 1 G.-A IIVW* Lon­
drove tlu-m oil' with loss. Bedouins are don special says: A further instalment’
B.O.
of the tireville memoirs is looked for be­
street. | =-- 1
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
Nkw" Yokk, Sept. hi. -Tho Vi/.tm/.< fore Christmas. This anniuiiicement will
7 L)r. Chan Tan Toni; practiced medicine | ' FOR SALE?-'
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Daily Colonist, Mar 1, 1891 Daily Colonist, Mar 1, 1891
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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YATES
FINEST BUILD- >
[ & CO
routledge INO LOT IW THUS I
CITY. YATKS ST >
(' Beal Estate and
/
financial brokers D. W. MORROW CO.,
8l
( 48 Government Street. 60 Government Strn«
VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, KIJJM DAY, M KCH 1. 1891. THIRTY-THIRD Y LHAR
VOL. LXY--NO 08. a
mew AuvmmsKMENTs.
N. P. S . claim void. Lord Haldon is also possible, and gives this as his reason for so
nowden CLOUDS IN THE SKY B0ULA.NGEBISM IN PARIS.
bankrupt for a large amount, with soino doing : “ My experience on both sides the
LOWEMBERC, HARRIS & CO. 1TUAYKD on to Goodacre’s farm, ono Red
carpets and pieces of plato as assets. international boundary teaches mo that un­
Muloy Cow, with whlto on boliy and
. -------- — hava same by paying ox- It is not strange that the Liberals intended restricted reciprocity would bo ruinous to
Of European Politics--Germany ami
to present us part of their programme at The Franco-German Difficulty —An Canada, and 1 need hardly point out thak
France Measuring1 Their Re­ tho general election, the reform of the the prosperity of the Canadian Paeifio rail­
(ESTABLISHED 1858.1 Incipient Crisis—Franco
Houso of Lords. Iu the theory of tho con­ way depends upon tho prosperity of tho
spective Lengths.
Ready.
...
The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Oct. 28, 1980 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Oct. 28, 1980
Category Newspapers, and Pictures
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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Non-Profit Organization
THE BULLET PAID
U.S. POSTAGE
Fredericksburg, Va. 22401
Permit No. 21 0
P.O. Bex 1115, Frt*1 ,, ' - * -.
n
Volume 54 Number 7 Mary Washington’s Weekly Student Newspaper Tuesday, October 28,1P«0
Few Proponents
of Name Change
By JENNIFER SPORER
names prior to the present
The Committee on College
name.
Affairs recently held two open
hearings in the Ballroom of Opponents feel the name is
traditional and there are no
Anne Carter Lee Hall to dis­
better names. They feel in­
cuss a proposal to change the
creasing public relations and
name of Mary Washington Col­
lege. revamping some academic
programs will compensate for
Approximately twenty fac­
ulty members and one hundred the speculated 20% drop in col­
students presented arguments lege applicants within the next
for and against the name ten years.
change October 21 and October Said one faculty member,
22 respectively. “To change the name is to lose
Proponents of the name its (the school’s) identity for
change are concerned that in the next ten years.” Another
years to come Mary Washing­ added, “We’ve got a good repu­
ton College may not be able to tation, the thing to do is build
draw enough applicants to the on that ...
Daily British Colonist, Feb 11, 1881 Daily British Colonist, Feb 11, 1881
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY II, .
1881
/ VOLUME XLV
___ DENTJSTR^ ___ _
____ JS 2 I! 2 ISu™~
happened. Will somebody tell Spirit­
R. B. THOMPSON,'
ualist and his brothers how many years
THE GRAMMAR I
DENTIST,
cal end of Julius Osar or the authen­
BRITISH
ticity of Shakespeare’s play.
I am tho only Graduato Practis;
Anybody can see that the whole of
Dontistry in this City.
“Spiritualist and Deist’s” letter is very
mi!nv'hcad'of eiittle ^o"'the acre. Thirty
defective not only in the induction and J. CALDER, D. D. S.,
years ago and nil this district, d-solato COLONIST
deduction but in the very hypothesis I S S
e e
which he assumed and which lav at
was‘SdL with tlo3i'1 homTof
the very base of his reasonings. ‘ He
the Irish tenant funner, who cultivat­
sets out with the intention of proving
ed his land in grain and root crops, and
.en^t^tatca. ANGELA COLLEGE,
before the repeal of the corn laws
A
e price of grain fell uiui that of cat AND WEEKLY
DAILY
i went up. Tli.* landlords then do Victoria, Jan. fitli, 1S81. fiiT
’ Fkuuv, Feb. 3rd, 1881. ’ to mil. t!,r bent-lit of the □5>...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, British Columbia, No.150, December 4, 1879 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, British Columbia, No.150, December 4, 1879
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER
4 1879
STOCKS ANp MINES. INSURANCE.
DENTISTRY. NOTICES. MISCELLANEOUS.
'SDctilg ©olonisi.
QUESNELLE QUARTZ MINING COMPANY (LIMITED.) INSOLVENT ACT OF 1875 AND AMENDING ACTS.
R. B. THOMPSON,
GUNPOWDER.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, EXCEPT MONDAY. i
In tho matter of ALEXANDER CHOQUKTrK,
&& DENTIST, 0ft
INSURANCE COMP’Y,
an Insolvent.
A MEETING OF CREDITORS WILL BE HELL
T HERE IS DELINQUENT UPON TIIE FOL- at my ofllce, Wharf St., Victoria, on Monday,
J_JAS REMOVED FROM BROAD STREET TO
I — louing - -- - describe*! -- stock ,It(! the on account na!nCij9[ of tho tlie respec. 11th , ills former olDec in the the 1st day of Dccomber, at 11 a.m., to take into con­
CAPITAL, ■
I Assessment levied on tho 8th day of Sept., 1879, the sideration an offer of Composition and discharge
01,ON 1ST nUlI.DINO-G 0 VKit.VMK.VT Rtukkt, y
OCCIDENTAL BUILDING, made by tho Insolvent and accepted at the first moot­
l)ooa North of tiik I’o.st Orncs.
ing of his Creditors, lie|d on the 11th day of Novem­
CORNER GOVERNMENT AND FORT STREETS. ber, 1S79. fl T mfpnVT THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS
C. T. DUPONT,
\
Assignee.
TERM8~INVARIAE5LY IN ADVANCE.
Victoria, November 11th, 16
HE ...
The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA, Dec 11, 1959 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA, Dec 11, 1959
Category Newspapers, and Periodicals & Magazines
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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‘Mark Twain Tonight”
Choral Concert
January 5
December 13
Friday, December 11, 1959
Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Vol. XXXII, No. Jt 7
Series Features Hal Holbrook
Betty Lewis Wins
By MARGE KIRKSEY
Decorations Contest
The Concert Series’ third presen­
tation is “Mark Twain Tonight," a
re-creation of a typical Mark Twain
picture appearance, scheduled Tues­
• By CECELFA BOYKIN The new dorm, where all four
day, January 5 at 8:15 p.m. in
classes are represented, used “The
The winner of the decorations
George Washington auditorium.
Drummer Boy” as its theme. A
contest for the parlors of the dorms
“Mark Twain Tonight” is a re­
little drummer boy stands in the
was Betty Lewis with the theme of
creation by actor Hal Holbrook of
entrance hall looking in on the
“We Wish You A Merry Christ­
Nativity scene in the center par­ the sort of solo entertainment for
mas.” Second place winner was
lor. Christmas trees stand on either which Twain was internationally
Mason with “Toyland,” as the
famous. Holbrook appears on stage
side of the Nativity scene in the
theme. Honorable mention was won
made up to look like the white two side parlors. The figures of the
by Westmoreland, with “Winter
haired, ...
Daily British Colonist, Jul 28, 1881 Daily British Colonist, Jul 28, 1881
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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ISrityij Colonist
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, JULY , .
TWENTY-THIRD >
28 1881
'SDaiiy (BoIonisL.
TO THtpuBuc. D .S &C
ORIENTAL HOTEL, r pihhey os
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, EXCEPT MONDAY.
BOOTS & SHOES
STEAMER MOVEMENTS.
333 S'.W"T' S
YALE, B. C. DISPENSARY,
B D. W. HIGGINS.
y
r il.OMST I1U1LDINO —G ;- . Sr»KKt, ""'■"s-a,:,' vj ;
o rrnmk vt mum
,
i.VlT Uni. II. | EX CITY OF QUEBEC,
BRITISH
T —I A .
erms nvariably in dvance
iiiii—s2 IHr. DAILY COLONIST—Per Your, fnuhlcct U) Port
l^ta of'a ' ar kt them a ' ' ‘t............,la
1 *« Wcok ^olivorod?f.ie... .25 Centa.
TilE WEEKLY'COLOKlST-Postoiro froc to any pal COLO HIST
ol the Dominion ..... . ........ ............ «0
Throe Months".'.'.V.'.V .‘!".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'Yl
laSUtO EVERY TUESDAY MORNINC IN TIME FOR THE MAIl)
1 v m=?L fr:
PARK HOTEL,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
I GREAT VARIETY 5
.. . .. u BEACON H LL,
CARD OF THANKS. :»
SUMMER
A DAILY AND WEEKLY
JACKETS
PUBLICATION. ■ LAWN TENNIS SHOES o,^*TSKAnAT,,,NU"' .... &S*
CHEAP! INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
STEAMBOAT OPPOSITION. * . ... .... . "SMSr*'
THE EHCLISH
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.K|'" ^RUNNING SHOE.
uv
CHEAP Mi
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The Daily Colonist, Jun 22, 1879 The Daily Colonist, Jun 22, 1879
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, JUNE 32, .1879.
TW.HTJJMT )
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a
\3DaiIg ©olonist.
LIFE ASSURANCE.
r™RL^ 2 IEi^'PSS^«^!EX “HERTFORDSHIRE,” “IRON QUEEN” =f^““
..... """" oH: Dr. Spinney & Co’S And other Arrivals.
STANDARD
. ....... DISPENSARY,
. 11 3
‘^““"VSWMHSt ...... ..... ,»«. EBASHET STREET, A A THGROUCHLY RE8PON8IDLE
FINDLAY, DURAHAM & BRODIE ip£§^§i§?
BRITISH OFFICE
COLONIAL ....H 0 TEL,i|>g
E1SSSSSS
— ....... ............... STAHLSCHMIDT & WARD,
MARINE INSURANCE
THE UNION INSURANCE GO.
iissu,
OF LONDON.
1
twelve million
zs&xisr^szrtez ?.; '“™,. fB£S|
rs^.tsi^tsi s&vtsx 1 ktoticb. ! mm
.rial , rSV", ; INh' ", V" * i'j 'Nl Mi'in': THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE
mail nor. Wurk uf e\ fry ik-scriptinu ( ^ ^ , 11 1 ^
BRYAN O’LYNN S I,
FIRE INSURANCE.
CRACKER BAKERY,
Wf!£ |
INSURANCE COMPANY
JWEJaUST,.
Charts ami maps muimlud. 1
GARESCHE, GREEN & CO. •« EF-®™
ASSORTED AND FANCY BREAD
cVr«?v,,^
STAHLSCHMIDT & WARD,
,, HAU.
A MISTAKE I hM,
srmrj I)

w V, . "V CHEAP BISCUIT
COLD DUST AND U. S. CURRENCY
to i^onoor, bv Kollor, Keller by wi’.in. r „f t.V ,
’TSSXZS.™ “* AT PRIVATE SALE.
StaSSK I
FJT '' „' I'flFANCY BISCUIT AND CRACKERS
BREAD I BREAD! BIG BREAD!
EXCHANGE £ LONDON CONCERT GRAND PIANO
............—™- ..... —
FOUR LOAVES FOR 25 CENTS ,,„, ,,, 8ES„ . __
...
Daily British Colonist, July 22, 1865 Daily British Colonist, July 22, 1865
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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SCHEDULE B.
AUCTION.
AUCTION
BEGEVfS PABK
D. LINDSAY,
PICKLED SALMON,
Io Advertisers & the Public.
FORT STBEE'i', VICTORIA, V.I.
FOR'SALE OR LEASE,
OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE
•, July 24th.
Thursday, 27th July.
“SSESS
W. SALE!
Ex Barque “ D. Rice.”
autL.lso,
Lowe Brothers,
For
BRITISH & FOREIGN
For the Colony of Vai
Lawrence, Clark & Joyce
belonged to an age gone by. With the
On Pickett &Oo’s Wharf, W. B. Naylor. Esq.,
3porborg Rueff,
encefor tho useful as well as for tho ancient, &
F, V. I.,
TO LET.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
75
&r ofthoa
out a pang that the old sentiment or custom
-1K h S o o^laB^^vldend'deolSred to Uje SlinrelioldVi!|,0.^.U.,^!!iy.C.”f.*f.^.^.,!l..,*llll.e’/8C^1 10 annum
ju8 Corner of II,
...
The Daily British Colonist and Victoria Chronicle, Victoria, June 16, 1869 The Daily British Colonist and Victoria Chronicle, Victoria, June 16, 1869
Category Obituaries, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE DAILY BRITISH COLONIST
lud $irtoria (flinmtlc
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VICTORIA, V. I., BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY MOMim JUNE 16, 1869.
VOL. 22. NO. 5.
Notices.
Business Cards.
Medical. Hotels, Saloons, &c.
Hotels, Saloons, &c.
THE BRITISH COLONIST
PUBLISHED DAILY BY
MUWICIPAL NOTICE,
COMFORT FOR THEO. H. DAVIES,
IS AND St. Nicholas Hotel, ST. GEORGE HOTEL,
DAVID W. HIGGINS.
[I,Alt; JANION, ailKEN Ji CO.,]
THE BED-RIDD
TERMS ;
l panacogors by thu use ot Volo- VICTORIA, V. I.
— BY —
Importer aud Commissiou Merchant.
i tlio Bldewalks. Government Stnet,
One Year, (In advance) ..................................
Six do .................................. hereby cautioned against using any Veluclpodo
AGENT FOR
Holloway’s Ointment.
. ewaiks with in tbe City limits oxoept between FINE FIHNT CI.ANN IIOTKI,
liloyil’i, anil tbe Liverpool Underwiitcrn, VICTORIA, V. 1 rpniH
»
X has su|,-iur acooiumodatlons, pohacssmg advan.
llVNOIillLII, M . I. mare Om Thin Establishment tuges lor Fauulips utmpialleil by any ou ibis Cotat*
W. LEIGH, C. 11. C.
WEEKLY BRITISH COLONIST vrmdorlul Olntineut ucts like magic in rellorlug Victoria: VI., Jure 2, 10G8.
Is now Open for the Reception of Guesti THE H0DSE I1AS BEEN PLACED IM
1 curiug riug oh! old so aorea,
FU1IL1PHEU EVERY 3ATCR0AY. viouBot viouBot tho tho akin akin ; wl A. CA8AMAY0U, .NOTICE. ...
The Daily Colonist, Jan 12, 1917 The Daily Colonist, Jan 12, 1917
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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\
fniirim
weathwi €QU)WBT TELEPHONES
Business OfBc* ....................... H
VWittjr-Ufht OtOlUST
Circulation ................................ **
Job Printing ................................ ***
Daily Colonist, October 4, 1860 Daily Colonist, October 4, 1860
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE DAILY BRITISH COLONIST.
VOL. 4. VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1860. NO. 69.
DET Sc PANCT GOODS. GHOCBBIBS, ETC.
THE BRITISH COLONIST on a creek which flows into the rivor about 3WTXS CEX.t.-A.3SrEOrrS.
ten miles from tho Forks. They have turu
Reinhart, Mayer & Co.,
WEBSTER & CO. NATHAN POINTER,
ed the bed of the creek and have a set of
18 milLTSIIKD
sluices going, and are taking out their AVE ON HAND AI*» FOR 8AI.E.
H WHOLESALE DEALEltS AND IMPOKTEItS OF
t)n TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,
and are constantly receiving by every arrival IMl'OllTKIl AH]> DEAI.KH IJT
“piles.” Besides this, they intend turning
FRIDAY and SATURDAY Mornings, from London, New uyhhe ork, Philadelphia and San Wines, Liquors, Ales, Cigars,
the water on to a neighboring Hat which
Fraucisco, large additions to our already extensive
AT VICTOltIA, V. I. Gentlemen’s FiiruiMliing Goods,
prospects well. There is also another party Stock of
Groceries. Provisions,
T E 1UI m I working on this creek some five miles farther BOOTS AND SHOES,
GOVERNMENT STREKT, —AND—
Ter .Annum, 111 advance, by Mull,......................*12 00 up, thus satisfactorily proving tliut tho gold
1’or Six Months,......................................................... 7 50 is distributed over the country and ia not CONSISTING OP Til* FOLLOWING * ...
The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA,Dec 8, 2005 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA,Dec 8, 2005
Category Newspapers, and Periodicals & Magazines
Date 2000's
Location United States, and Virginia
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appy oli
Bulled
Page 12
Page 4
Vulu in i* 7 l), No. 12
Serving the Mary Washington Community sincc 1922. IX'cctn her 8. 2005
Wireless Roaches
Internet Ravage
Coming Randolph
By KATY BURNELL
By CASEY PHERSON
Assistant News Editor
Staff Writer
The signs on the front door of Randolph Hall
“UMW Wireless” signs have been popping
poke fun at the “Roach Fest” that has occurred
up since November announcing the location of
inside the residence hall, but to the residents who
wireless access points, or “hot spots” around the
live inside, it’s no laughing matter.
Fredericksburg campus.
Beginning late last week, many of the
The new signs are the most visible evidence
residents became aware of the roaches. They
of the newly installed $450,000 wireless
either came in the form of live roaches or in the
network, which extends to the majority of all
academic and administrative buildings. form of nests. As a means of protection, the
students placed the affected areas in large plastic
The recent addition of wireless hot spots to
bags and pushed them in the hallways. The
Goolrick gym completes the first phase of
furniture items ranged from small nightstands to
installation, which began after the project’s
drawers from ...
The Daily Colonist, Apr 13, 1867 The Daily Colonist, Apr 13, 1867
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE BRITISH COLONIST
THE DAILY BRITISH COLONIST
BRITISH
WEEKLY COLONIST
PUBLISHED DAILY BY
■ \~'s
PUBLISHED BVEKY TUE3DAV BY
JlIGG-INS, LONG & CO.
HIGGINS, LONG & GO.?
3 .uti {lictinw
VICTORIA, V. I., BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1867.
NO. 104.
Groceries and Provisions.
THE GRAND PROMO Arriugion, Pickett & Ilairisttu,
TEKa OF HEALTH.
HOLLOWAY’S PILLS.
LEA & PEE BINS’
Worcestershire Sauce,
THE ONLY GOOD SAUCE.
.
iilSilMsgl
CAUTION AIN8T FISAUli.
Ok. BAlilVAltD,
DENTIST 10 mr YsIW- 'lI,iy of
ASK FOIJ LEA & PERRINS' SAUCE,
Soliodulo 3E».
mmmm
'X£"
“SSSSS
*5^5!
. . Mr
«r£Sj £iilSiiE:fs Ask for LEA & PERKINS’ Sauco, and Nam
eoo
Li). LUtyEtfJbJtijtM*,
ELSSHK
llEAL* JiSTATIi AGI^IN'T1 _
VV ILl. I1 AY 1’AItTICL'I.A 1C ATTENTION
SQIJAEZA!
v, ' »« ?
j ssr
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AND CORDIALS!
AND CORDIALS!
NCUI3S AND CORUIALSJ
For Side—To Lot—To Lease, &c.
Wines, Liquoi-s*
General News Jgent.
TO PRINTERS.
AND CIGARS,
Sprv;
Afc Squarza'ss Old Staad,
Fon
SALE CHEAP
J. STKATMAN,
4szrrir-“"
Ejipire Hews Depot,
Cor. Washington and Saust
BACKUS,
IP. M.
SAN FRANCISCO.
FOR CARIBOO !
SHEET COPPER,
■ and Commissi
FOR SATiE.
BARNARD’S
CHEAP FOR CASH,
BRISTOL’S
Express Line Stages
PHELAN'S IMPROVED BILLIARD TABLES
}&ent Sc Evans*, WILL LEAVE
J^r Kort street. Victoria.
(Vegetable)
Y A. L "E
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The Daily Colonist, Victoria, November 24, 1888 The Daily Colonist, Victoria, November 24, 1888
Category Obituaries, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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COPPER PLATE
THE COLONIST
Saili tftolirotei
Visiting Cards a Specialty I
THIRTIETH YEAR
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER U
1 294
VOL. LIX— STO. .
d'etat.
He also said he took no |
CABLE NEWS.
HUDSON’S BAY CO.
immrn
BOYS’
The first consignment of NEW VEGETABLES and JAMS,
OVERCOATS
TOMATOES, PEAS, BEANS, ASPARAGUS
AND ASSORTED JAMS.
Cheap
^TJ3 wirss, t
gisisS:: to the dolay
juted for treason.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FALL ASSIZES
LAND* INVESTMENT AGENCY, Limited
Nov. 22.-It JTuuml in
house before the Irish estimates were
__ bliispaidl^ ln,it bnmch’ bl,t thol;° ia «» tl,iH
35 JOHNSON STREET
GILMORE fiMcCANDLESS,
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 New Broad Street, - LONDON, ENGLAND.
Monday, November 26.
phone Cali 503. VICTORIA.
jusineas ot ALLSOP & MASON has I
y and will be carried on by the Comp navy, on .mo side. and
MONEY TO LOAN on ]
N ew ' yokk , N ov . 23. - O'Carieton nizingTis ^rear^ as T charge 'imbwTto
PROPERTY
LAND FOR -:- SALE. Daily Xctcs,
' -3, cashier of the has continue hanging to his neck, even after
.eared. Ilia account* are §10,000 the purchase was completed. Parnell's
ELECTION" and it .supposed he has gone to
Choice BUILDING and G-ARDEN LAND in Lots
SCHOOL TRUSTEE
On VIBWFIELD and CONSTANCE FARMS,
...
The Daily Colonist, Apr 4, 1884 The Daily Colonist, Apr 4, 1884
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1884.
"‘"XT'" )
tile position of the E
Ciolonis-l.
i of . the I fact, tho province has such attrac
i finaucos of tho country, they were not
NEW GOODS! MEW GOODS!
Pacific ' that if only the means of easy
a position to speak undestandingly. He
-Mi— ..... .
inadu a to it are r
HENRY SHORT,
GUN AND RIFLE MAKER,
given why the country should assume tho
twuuty mile bolt, to which the Dominion U)«mts is to give t
government was entitled, oil each side of 1 have no 1
year'wus^hat'tt* waT IieceTsa^To enable
tho level for the construction of the Cun- in 'nmm(>nii;n„ ,
a of the House, as »
n of the land within thut belt, 8
moment. It would not do in view of t]
OOllBLEAHD siMGLEBARRELEDGUNS
hands.0 TfVlfo tenninus of “the “whole c! p6
THE SETTLEMENT BILL BEFORE CHANGE.
'system to be at the end of the Island
to
RARE
railway it was manifest that it would be to
THE COH
!^Tml?Hlu!gu;t?suiS for cnltiiuon1 ,
the disadvantage of all Canada. Another
FISHING TACKLE IN GREAT VARIETY.
'J liene questions were nv.de subject* of mos| iinpovtnlU section of the I >ominion
...
Daily British Colonist, Dec 1, 1882 Daily British Colonist, Dec 1, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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- I 1 1883
twenty fourth
VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER , .
JFOR^ SALE--TO LET. MISC ELLANE OUS SHIPS AND STE MER8.
London, Nov. 29.—The Times, in a I demonstration at St. Petersburg, 180 a
PREPARATION FOR CHRISTMAS.
'tSDailg (Soioni?.!.
oading article, commenting on tho speech I were arrested. Troop* fired into a crowd
I
glengarry arm DUTCH BULBS. WITHDRAWAL.
of- Davitt »t Navin, says: • If is -notion- of ’Kazan"' university students and killed
It will be impossible for us to enumer­ riVJ i.ET HY TD.N’DKR KOll A TK.iiSl OK YF.AIW.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY. EXCEPT MONDAY sistent with a sane Government to allow j three'
ate the variety of goo.ds.which will be ar­ A Tnij Kutm, well known to he tho beat in Met fanatics, however sincere, to brandish'] Bisiuarck has rejected tho preliminary ehcwin Distriif, is about twelve miios from Victoria, i H. MITCHELL. r T1IF. OWNERS OF THE STEAK ranged before us in ^anticipation of the
By D. W. HIGGINS. and contains about I’M ncres uf good Und, 100 uf tiauoiSkaaLshln Sardonyx thank their
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.
FEATURES/6 ENTERTAINMENT/8
Non-Profit Org
U.S. Postage
— ---------- Mary Washington------------- PAID
Permit No. 227
B T
Fredericksburg, Va.
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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. ...