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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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: 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 ...
Daily British Colonist, May 12, 1882 Daily British Colonist, May 12, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1882.
( VOLUME XLVI
MISCELLANEOUS.
MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS.
©olpmstf.
THB THE NEW
D . S z^Gos
r pinney
PUBUSHiplvERY PAY. EXCEPT MONDAY JUST ARRIVED *
E
BY D. W._ HIGGINS. nglish
DISPENSARY,
No. 11 EEARNEY STREET SAN
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF FRANCISCO.
T erm S' v I n V ariably in A dvance .
|"VR. SPINNEY, woll known as tho founuer
HR DA ILY. CO&pKl ST—Pe r Year, (subject to I'o FROST & WOODS’
I ‘f tho Montreal t**. K.) Medieai Institute, anil lati
goods
Proprietor 0 ( tlie^ SJMNNKYVII.LK INFIRMARY.
I'urti ot a ):«ir at the same rate!
IVr Week (if deliver- ■'
altlicted generally, tl ‘ ’ ---- ilK WEEKLY, COLON
ui thoUomliiioii.., HAVE ARRIVED
Months.......................................... f’
rtiri-a'iloiilha ...... .............. .- ................ $1 T ^I ,
ISiUEO IVfRt TUESDAT MORNINC IN TIME FOR THE MAILS
buck ye eapers
COME AND BE HEALED 1
Slanic '-Boofr Manufactory and
It matters not what jou troubles may he t
THEY
V ' Boole Bindery. anil li t the Doctor examine your ease. It w'" consist of
fy youraeivei whether the Doctor understands your
C entlcmen ' s H eavy C rain W atertight :
ease. If lie ean cure win he will tell you bo; if'not,
MOWERS,
Paper ruled to ...
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
I'AYAIJI.IS INVARIABLY 11
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 !
...
The Daily Colonist, Dec 14, 1867 The Daily Colonist, Dec 14, 1867
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE DAILY BRITISH COLONIST
3UJ) firtaria (fliromclt
VICTORIA, V. I., BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBEB 14, 1867. NO 4.
VOL. 19.
W .—A S F E .—I f •The nett ran through Harpers Mngazino lately, N W F Legal Notices. •
aktkd team ire ngine ew jnteii asiiio
THE BRITISH COLONIST
of tho and were pronounced by an eminent I'
PUBLISHED DAILY BY thing of the
onrcity stand* in need of it is adequate
the Royal Hoxpi'al, were $435 45. A check e the Pick HIGGINS, LONG & CO.
ite the tnN
tor which amount was y sterday handed to
on his fresh laurels as
Mr A F Pemberton by' Mr B P Griffin, the
of “ Tho Cord and Creeso.5
Feathers, Kid Gloves, Black and <
Halifax Recorder,
:nt Frencn Milliner has also just
The F fciCIKOL i
bee
i Paris to assist in the Millinery
WEEKLY BRITISH COLONIST of prop erty before they i
and that it will doubllesa reoc as may be seen by t
ture of nine-tenths of the at
tliJ3ell'ecis of thoir long run that tbuy could
by tho steamer just in; comprising as they
H . S. L. T .—N ew Brunswick
on illey
do the new styles of trimmings, magnificeut
papers annouuco the ...
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 * ...
Daily Colonist, April 29, 1876 Daily Colonist, April 29, 1876
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SA’l'URD.VV HOUINl«(J, APRIL si!), I 87 «.
1 JVOJ^XXXVi
■iiiL'tti'nua oif. 0
toitish ®ol nist. even than the defunct .‘Morning Star,’
^otiwis.
which cost the so-called Manchester
school of politicians untold thousands NOTICE. A. ( Notice to Claimants of Land
3NTOTXOII.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY. MOKOAY EXCEPTED. of pounds beforo it was tearfully ex­ llli PARTNERSHIP IIITnERTO EXIST T BATE I WILL
N ew WusTMiNfxijR DisxnicT.
ini; between Gilbert Malcolm Sproat and Mat­
tinguished. Sir Charles Dilke, M. P., P!0c3d1tup C
Daily British Colonist, May 27, 1880 Daily British Colonist, May 27, 1880
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, MAY 37, 1880.
.. ^
sh and
'SDttiXu (Satomsi.
J. CALDER, D. D. S., X&O
I0TICE TO SHIPF TST SLI
j
NEW OOODSi NEW GOODS!
mm
OF THE BOSTON DENTAL COLL INSURANCE COMP’Y,
& SIMPSON,
FlCK--SPESCKirSl’IWTOaK.VI"I,C OALI.i
SHORT
LOSSES SETTLED WITHOUT REFERENC TO
R. B. THOMPSON,
GUN MO RIFLE MAKERS
W . , urniET & Co.,
ki ch
DENTIST, R,s!WEn AT CURBENT
Victoria, H.C., lf.th Ma.', 183C. n.ylG
BU0AD £
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE SCOTCH HOUSE, C. M. SPROAT,
JFOR^ALE-^J.ET^
MUNICIPAL ROAD TAX.
WHARF STREET,
DOUBLE AND SINGLE BARRELED GUNS
.
stocks and mines
AT PRIVATE SALE. CENTRAL FIRE BPEECH LOADERS,
PHGENIX FIRE ASSURANCE CO
OF LONDON.
TACKLE
ITKA FISHING IN GREAT VARIETY.
01
“ HYLTON CASTLE”
C'SSSKSS.!”
LD. LOWENBERC
REAL ESTATE AGENIT .. .
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE
SrSiSSiSSS CAPITAL,£ , S
2 000,000
Victoria, B.C., May 7.1SS0. J°KN KURm?7
MARINE INSURANCE
EMORY!
THE UNION INSURANCE CO.
"ml April, ISSO. " KLl"’ ”,TI,K'
®ifiiii
2 5
STOTIOIE .
FUSS'S
TUP. row™ STEAM TUO
........ ’ .... CITY OF EMORY 'TSS
al^ad’
At the Western Terminus of the
CANADA PACIFIC RAILROAD,
To'capltal a'.-.'t^^I'nou!a 1 oiC'uj?^ N r'. .8 31,440 00
1880!
IMPERIAL FIRE
Private Sale, l O B S .,
ld road ...
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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H H
appy oli
Bulled
Page 12
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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, Victoria, January 23, 1887 The Daily Colonist, Victoria, January 23, 1887
Category BMD, Birth, Obituaries, and 1 moreNewspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, IS87.
YOL. LVIII-NO. 39 . TWENTY-NINTH YEAR
ONTARIO MANUFACTURERS CONDftNSKI) DISPATCHES. I'ria I*
AMERICAN NEWS.
CABLE NEWS.
Unison’s Hay Company. tract price made l»y John McDougall with
A New Island Discovered in the
Form an Industry Protection League and wi!
The Emperor will Eulogize Bis the Chinese “tyhees” for clearing tho
Hrighoiise ostate is §!I0 per acre, while the
Hake Things Lively. 't in llis
Lower House of the Landtag- ]
All Bumors of Disseiisions#in the
Large additions to the present Stock of Cabinet Declared to be Entire Tho AW will not be issued
g'S ■
Oilman’s Stores, Wines and Liquors have
tho size of Tin:
curt at SI,. Louis to recover his infant,
been received Ex “Hermine.” child, who is heir to an estate worth uvor
t and liberality of our patrons to
Tho Government will go into the Fig
a million dollars.
ain tho Ihnhi .W,,r, as the leading
as a Unit Prepared to Stand or The striking carmen in San Francisco
These goods have been purchased on ad­
sri.f the mainland of British (’nluin
Fall by the Voice of the People. are making a big thing ...
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
■ ... ............................................. .. .. .........* ..... ...
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
...
The Daily Colonist, Aug 19, 1891 The Daily Colonist, Aug 19, 1891
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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SI ®J)e DaUn Colonist. IMM
IS
THIRTY-THIRD YEAR.
VOL. LXVI-NO. 5. VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1891.
BY ATLANTIC CABLE. CAPITAL NOTES.
s?.pKisi^L,ttuSdi
ceeded in triumph to the spot
00
LOWENBF.RC, HARRIS & .
that, while he is here, the matter of fi
^beoltine^lis^specX
by local orators, defining their rights of ac­
cess to the territory in question. It was tlie House of C
Goes fc
march to the s.me spot everyday so long
SLAUGHTER OF SEALS.
IL and Insurance (Fire, Lifo and Marine) A
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Tho Rights of Settlers to Minerals Opposltiou Entirely Astray.
Town Property and Farming Lands
o. court, and if he does, tho villagers will
Petersburg states that, according to Russian
IT _a_. A B.C. Rifle Team for Ottawa-Rosi*
make a strong fight wiih a very good legal
advices from East Siberia, tho Russian
case, it is thought, on their side. nation of McGreevy - l ottery
funeral NOTICE.
: :OUSTED -A-U
m to lo nt
X\r°he?0bi£
an LaTse or ^f^^cted*68 °f
PAWA, Aug. 18.—
- - ,anlMyr ■ ■
BRITISH COLUMBIA
diminution in tl'rrumbe^orUX Wi^'up0'
LAND aad INVESTMENT AGENCY, L'li
lings, is decorated with ...
The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1983 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1983
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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The Bullet
Frcdriduburt. Va
Vol. 57 No. 2
uesday, September 20, 1983 Mary Washington College’s Weekly News Magazine
\nderson Era
lWC's sixth president
>oks toward the future
rith administrative
eorganizations and new
dministrative roles.
Minorities
1WC seeks to increase
,s minority ratio to meet
tate guidelines.
Sports Future
"he administration in iicates that there will be
expansion in sports
urograms and facilities in
he near future.
'Jew R.D.’s
'hanging faces aren’t ex lusive to G.W. this year yen a couple of students are
illing the shoes of soon to be
utdated dorm “moms and
lads.”
MWC’s President William M. Anderson
The Bullet Septembei
10 Years Ago
Editorial Carnival Help Appreciated
This Week
To the Editor,
done anything without you.
Welcome Changes
Our auction ran smoothly due to
by CHUCK BOREK
our auctioneer Warren Arbogast.
I would like to take this opportuni­
The bidding was kept moving by
ty to thank the many people who
Mary Washington has seen a lo
Jane Shpwn and Cecile Arquette
helped to make this year’s Club Car­
changes this year-academic, so<
among others. Thanks!
nival run smoothly. Due to an unex­
and physical Back in the early 7
Over the past three or four ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, September 16, 1880 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, September 16, 1880
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 , 1880 .
'j&ailg (SoXonigt.
ROYAL INSURANCE
COMPANY, '
B y D. W. HIQGfNS.
MAIL CONTRACT.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
BRITISH
'’1''1'1'10
^ y,o. '■I ^ " |
rjllll-: SHAREHOLDERS OF THE COMPANY
COLONIST
;it;
!,iF s -.siw
(•'ir;;
t
OF VICTORIA WATERWORKS
itKSIKDIAL I SIS AMI ACTIoX.
! PUBLIC NOTICE.
V, ™R,t!”IRECT' iA WILY AND WEEKLY
Kaoli tonilur^o state tlic |>ri«-« u-k.-.l I'F.tl Tit 11'
^t.’rwhTton, PUBLICATION.
P~SrSS5i»“
°&w.
tlon |myal,lL- to U.e i*
I,; | ESTABLISHED IN 1858. Victoria, li.C.'., -till) TtlylSSO.
r^!r,
sr D . S &O * :
r pinney os a
.rculatilon of any | ..... .....
DISPENSARY,
c.1 lo tl 20.013^ Of < 1W «nt. ou^tlis
WA“&
Provinoo. It is | k.\ n:\ns nto.\t .mkdic’ai. o
on in British Co
I. 11 KEARNEY STREET, S4
n° It)....................£ , ).'
KTO-TIGB. I'LuJkui 230 6
V>' ■' I !I ~
TO SHIP OWNERS AND CAPTAINS
SS-i^TELEORAPHICliP«t£=®
S'&
=^iSg:2S; .
dispatches
•■&SSZ2SSU?**? 1 am. dMir sir, voura truly, ■ •
Si#—s
To Captains & Ship Owners, j
TUB row Kltri’l, AMI I'AM
"to.'sm*
..... m..] THE NORTHERN ’
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ASSURANCE OOMP’Y,
STEAMER “ PIL0T,”|NEW ...
Bullet (Fredericksburg, VA) (2007-11-15) University of Mary Washington Bullet (Fredericksburg, VA) (2007-11-15) University of Mary Washington
Category Newspapers
Date 2000's
Location United States, and Virginia
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November 15, 200"
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Volume 81, No. 10
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subject to the “old” general education perience and society courses, one global
University of Mary Washington fac­
By LAUREN JURGENSEN
program will be exempted from com­ inquiry course, two arts, literature and
ulty voted on Monday night to pass the
Staff Writer
new general education program, which pleting the environmental awareness, performance courses, two natural sci­
race and gender awareness and global ence courses (only one of which must
Beginning next fall, incoming fresh­ cuts the overall number of credits to
awareness across the curriculum re­ have a laboratory), intermediate compe­
men must complete both a first year graduate from 122 to 120. Members of
quirements, none of which are required tency in a foreign language, four writ­
seminar and an experiential learning re­ this year’s freshman and sophomore
Why Barack is the
by the new general education plan. ing intensive courses and two speaking
quirement in order to graduate, but will classes who have successfully com­
'bama
pleted a first year seminar will have the In addition to the new seminar and intensive courses.
no ...
The Daily Colonist, Feb 10, 1885 The Daily Colonist, Feb 10, 1885
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1885. { V0WVa1"'
TVE^VEMTH}
'3Dai!y ©olonist.
T T
wood wood
R. B.THOMPSON,
ESQUIMAU AND NANAIMO. HR.".
^DEHTIST,^
. .
SCHEDULE OF
BAY HOTELAND STORE.
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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
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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,
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The Daily Colonist, Apr 4, 1884 The Daily Colonist, Apr 4, 1884
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
Preview
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
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Daily British Colonist, Mar 26, 1881 Daily British Colonist, Mar 26, 1881
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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T .VENTY-THIRD 1 J VOLUME XLV
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 2G, 1881.
Eastorn Canada Mall.
§08,750, tho first consignment from Aus­ DENT 1 ST RY- hNSURANCE.
against 8000 l'or the same time last several hundred thousand dollars,found­
"SDctilg
tralia that has been rocoived in San Fran­
j year. ed Victoria Oity, to the north of Mount
PHOENIX FIRE ASSURANCE CO
cisco. This invoice comes to thoComptoir [Per steamship Idaho.)
R. B. THOMPSON,
j Pestii, April 21.—Tho river Theiss Royal park, and, had his schemes suc­
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, EXCEPT MONDAY. Descompto do Paris. Tho gold rece:' Montreal, March 5.—Quite a scene
OF LONDON.
has broken down dykes and inundated ceeded, would have countod his gains
by hor has boon sont to tho San F
took place at St. Patrick’s Socioty last DEHTI8T,’:#Sl§
E , • • 1752.
B D. W. HIGGINS. | 50,000 acres and two villages near She- by millions. Oleomargarine was his stablishes
y eiaco mint for coinage into doublo eagles.
night or rather this morning, for the
i nolnok. Rain is fulling again at Sze- forte, and on one cargo of butter, pur­ UNLIMITED LIABILITY. . ■
The anomaly of shipping coals to Now 1ST BUILDING —Govu:
election did not terminate until 3 this
1 gedin. ...
The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Nov. 2, 1995 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, Nov. 2, 1995
Category Newspapers, and Pictures
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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7
Professor
Haunted Men's and Emmet
responds to
Houses Women's Swimming
criticism of White
generate fear, soccer teams signs with
Ribbon
funds for win Conference Epic
Campaign.
Fairfax, Framar. Championships. Records.
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November 2,1995
Forum Sparks Controversy On MWC Campus
D'Souza Is Sole
Students and Faculty
Forum Speaker
Debate Author's Ideas
By Carl Poole
represented at the By Inger Brinck
appearance at Mary Washington was
Bullet Staff Writer forum. I did try to get
Bullet Staff Writer
hailed with criticism and conflict,
other speakers , but
Derrick Bottcher, program chair for
Dinesh D’Souza, author of The they didn’t want to
The Council on Community
the Council, said he believed it was
End of Racism., which calls for the [speak] against
Values and Behavioral Expectations good for people to hear an alternative
end of affirmative action, caused a D’Souza,” said
hosted an emotionally charged forum
viewpoint. The Council wanted to
commotion on campus this week Bottcher, adding that
last night on “Affirmative Action: expose students to different ideas, he
when the Council on Community ...
Daily British Colonist, Dec 1, 1882 Daily British Colonist, Dec 1, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
Preview
- 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
Bullet (Fredericksburg, VA) (2008-09-11) University of Mary Washington Bullet (Fredericksburg, VA) (2008-09-11) University of Mary Washington
Category Newspapers
Date 2000's
Location United States, and Virginia
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What’s Inside
Improv Returns Sports Arena Planned
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September 11, 2008
Serving the M;iry Washington Community since M21: *j|:U
Volume 82, No. 3
Budget
:«■ ««■ W,
Christie Adams, sopho­
more, observes con­
«• 3 MS IS*
Set to
struction workers as
they repair the Lee Hall
construction site fence.
Reduce
A section of the fence
separating the site from
Campus Walk was
UMWprepares to
blown over by winds
from Tropical Storm
lose between 5 and
Hanna, which had
15 percent from Va.
slowed from its status of
a Category 3 hurricane
By JUSTIN TONEY
as it moved up the East­
News Editor
ern Coast towards Vir­
ginia. The fallen fence
The University will not be hiring for
the position of internal auditor anytime was found by campus
soon.
police at 1:30 p.m. on
Instead, the money set aside for
Saturday, Sept. 6, and
salary and benefits for that and all other
was reassembled the fol­
vacant positions that have been
lowing Monday, Sept. 8.
“frozen” will be saved and re-collected
into the University’s general fund.
Executive Vice President for Admin­
istration and Finance Rick Hurley said
that this is the main strategy of his de­
New ...
Daily British Colonist, Jul 29, 1882 Daily British Colonist, Jul 29, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
Preview
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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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. ...