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Brethren Evangelist, June 12, 1895 No. 23 Brethren Evangelist, June 12, 1895 No. 23
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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perintendent and secretary, and these are
by it you can attract attention anti picture
SOME HEW THINGS IS S. 8. WOKK. ,
expected to make frequent visits among
more clearly the object of the lesson.
CLARA NI Eli El..
the class. The first duty of the visitor is
2. • The normal branch is one impor­
Being appointed by the general com to visit the families of his district and so­
tant to be considered. Of this there
mlttee to have a paper on the subject of licit membership. This can be done by
should be two classes, one of scholars
“Something New inS, S. Work/’ I fed that explaining the plans and purpose of the
comjietent to teach ; another, of teachers
this is more than shouUl be expected of one work and kindly urging them to join.
to prepare the lesson. In every school
who has had so little experience in the He shall give to each one joining, free of '
there are vacancies to be filled ; for in no
work as I. Nevertheless, Sunday-school charge a quarterly, a card for individual
school will each teacher be present every
work in my mind is the most pleasant report, a certificate ...
Brethren Evangelist, September 22, 1897 No. 36 Brethren Evangelist, September 22, 1897 No. 36
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
IB IT A OOMMAHD?
I have been led to believe from the
itor of the Christian Herald? After
LOUIS S. BAUMAN. very emphatic command in Matt. 28 :
washing their feet the Savior said, “I
19, that I ought to baptize a believer,
The following is a query and its
have given you an example that ye
and that it should be a church ordi­
answer as appears in the Christian
should do as I have done unto you/’
nance. Am I right ?
Herald of Feb. 24, 1H97 :
and that is, “Ye ought also to wash
Would he have answered :
Query. — “Anxious One, Hagers­ one another’s feet.” We cannot be­
“If among your acquaintance there
town, Md,: I have been led to believe lieve that he was censuring his dis­
is any one whose body needs washing
from the very emphatic command in ciples for not observing a little flimsy
and he is unable to wash it himself,
John 13 : 12-17, that we ought to wash custom of that day. Why didn’t he
you are quite right in rendering him
each other's feet and that it should be do so before if that was it ? Why did
the service, as you ...
Daily British Colonist, January 31, 1862 Daily British Colonist, January 31, 1862
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NO. 43
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND. FRIDAY, .TANUAI!Y 31 , 1862 .
VOL. 7 .
JFOIEt SALB-TO LET. I _____ GEOCERXKS, ETC. THE BRITISH C 0 L 0 NIST|in“ri”;™“”;“"j
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forsale i
ROYAL . MAIL
1 ^ ° •! “rr.tXw i,. P„», m. ------ I MARTIN BROS.,
Medicated, Sulphur and Steam Baths,J WT 10 LESAI-.K aiiOCKIlS
AT . A. V. i. J ture on the gorilla in this building, "'Inch Steam Packet
victou
----- | was onlv recently opened ns the house of
T K it n 8 i j God. On the talile l'rom which the reverend I*ISO VISIOIV 1)12.1 LE DCS,
Company’s Agcncy,
l»er Annum, In advance, by .Mull.---—-• *>« «> , peilllctnil n preached (lor lie lllis no pulpit),
yiREI’KOOF STOlti:, KOYA L 110TKJ. IIUII.WNU
For Six Months,.............................- .......... . 0 ^ W.!1M „vi,i|,iied „ monster stulloi! snecimen of
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1.
For British Columbia & Van­
the gorilla, brought over by ilu Chnilhi.
KB (KOHMTAXTI.y IS BKfKIPTOF
Amid peals of !aii
The Daily British Colonist, Victoria, British Columbia, No.128, November 6, 1861 The Daily British Colonist, Victoria, British Columbia, No.128, November 6, 1861
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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6 VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1861. NO. 128.
VOL. .
FOB SALE — TO LET. NOTICES.
aROCEBIES, ETC.
THE BRITISH COLONIST the Kingdom. By some it is thought the
rough measures will do no good to the causa
TT'n'P Q A T TT (Limi-H)
GLADWIN, TAICBKLL & CO., victoria gas company
of liberty, tho enemies to which would Imvej
18 PUI1LIBBBD
-lJ U IAj O-ti—U-Lj, iATOTIOE. A HAI.I, OF FOItTV-FlVH PHIS
daily decreased and aro gradually dying
EVBEY MOENIli'G, . I is cent. (45 1-10)) upon the Capital ol the Company
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
away. Tho Uourbonists are making one last 'I HE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPERTY: !
was resolved on and made upon the 2/(1 dav ol Oct.".
(Sundays Kxccptcd,)
farewell attempt to re-nnite Ferdinand—with 1801, and must be paid on or before the 1-ttli dav ot
AT VICTORIA. V. I. a ND
November next, at the OiHceof the Coinpmy, situate
what success need not bo said. Still the Southeast corner of Fort and Doujrlas streets,
at the corner ol Yalta and Langley street!.
with a siihsmi ti.il li-ston- Urlck liuildiiifj aHd four
TKKMNi movements have to bn most narrowly Uy order ol the Directors.
WHOLESALE JEALEKS IN Wooden Collages; U>0 feet lrontage on Douglas
*10 A. ...
Brethren Evangelist, February 5, 1896 No. 6 Brethren Evangelist, February 5, 1896 No. 6
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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FROM NEW ENTERPRISE, PA,
FROM HALLTOWH, W. VA. This congregation is made up of earnest
whole-souled people and they are willing
It is quite a while since we have noticed
Brother Z. H. Copp filled his regular
to show their appreciation of ones’ ser­
anything in the from the
appointment on Jan. n, at Millville, E vangelist
vices. above place yet the church has been mov­
which with Zoar and Halltown have been
At the close of our revival meeting and ing steadily on and we believe adding a
added to the Keller mission. We were
just before my wife and I took the train
little at least to her spirituality all the
unable to have services at this place owing
for home, as a token of their love and
time,under the untiring and earnest labors
to the cyclone which swept over us on
esteem a brother made me a present of a
of our dear pastor Elder E. H- Smith.
Dec. 26th and wrecked our school house,
pair of warm driving mittens, and the sis­ Our Prayer and Christian Endeavor
and a number of other buildings. Among
ters presented my wife a new dress and meetings ...
Brethren Evangelist, October 14, 1896 No. 41 Brethren Evangelist, October 14, 1896 No. 41
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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but also on each other. We are bom in
WHAT SHALL THE LAY MEMBERS DO TO
the Almighty unto perfection ?’* Job 11 :
helplessness, and need loving hands to
MAO THE CHURCH SERVICES
7
guide us into vigorous life, and, at last,
ATTRACIYB ?
In answer to this question it may be
others must fold our arms across our
briefly said that man can net find out or MRS. EVALINE STUCKMAN.
breast in peace, closing our eyes, and lay­
discover God unaided. That no one ever
The subject we have before us is one of
ing with kindred dust our poor and perish
has by searching eithei discovered God as­
vast importance. In all things there musf
ing form. No man liveth to himself.
suredly or approached in his conceptions
be some attraction before people will be­
Happy is he, then, who, whether he lives
the perfection of the Almighty is appar­
come interested to the extent of taking
shall live unto God, or whether he dies
ent in the light of the testimony of earth's
action. In the natural world this law
shall die unto God, that living and dying
most noted pagan philosophers and of the
governs. If a ...
The Daily British Colonist, Nov 7, 1861 The Daily British Colonist, Nov 7, 1861
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NO. 129.
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER. ISLAND. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1861.
VOL. 6 .
you SALE — TO LET. NOTICES.
at a-E.OCE3.Xi-S, ETC.
THE BRITISH COLONIST Tkeatmk.nt of F . , Prison bus
kdeh u
Richmond. —There aie 1,700 confined in
Safe Investment. VICTORIA GAS COMPANY (Limited)
Sporborg & Goldstone,
IB l'UBLIBHKD five huge lulmcdo factoriei). They lire sup­
^OTICIC. A Clt.l, OF l ORTV-I' IVIC 1’KIt
EVERY MOBNINO-, plied with a suffio.ieni rations of broad and mmi: BUST iskicik stoke i .\ town ^ CCII, _-(46 „ th
Brethren Evangelist, February 3, 1897 No. 5 Brethren Evangelist, February 3, 1897 No. 5
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
Continued front page 13.
TRACTS and BOOKS.
tion of his health will permit of his com*
The following Tracis and Books are for
ing. He is just recovering from a severe
sale at this office and will be sent by mail on
attack of Lagrippe.
receipt of price ;
Brother W. J. Hannan of Moline, III;,
No. t. Apostolic Baptism, by B. C. Moomaw.^8#
will arrive here also about Feb. 2. He is pages. Contains an analysis of the great commis­
sion. 15 cents per dozen. $1 00 per hundred.
locating among us to take charge of the
No. 3 . Why I Am b Hembcr of the Brethren
work here as pastor. He is an able and
Church, by J.C. Mackcy, 4 pages. 40 cents per hun­
dred.
. zealous young minister, and we are sure
No. 4 . Satan'* Taffy Dlnh, by John Duke McFa­
that with him as pastor, and with the spirit
den,—1 pages. 2S cents per hundred.
manifested among the brethren that we &AK|MG
No. 6. The Arched Gate. An excellent 4 -page
tract, by John Duke McFaden. IlluHtraied. Price
shall be able to report a glorious work here
10 cents per dozen ; per 100 . SO cents.
during the year.
No. 7 , The Uolden flajttlum, by J. D. ...
Brethren Evangelist, May 27, 1896 No. 22 Brethren Evangelist, May 27, 1896 No. 22
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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OBITUARY. Items of Interest.
Matrimonial.
Died in this city on Wednesday night
about twelve o'clock, Mrs. Nancy Strick —Natural gas has been discovered near
SCHROCK— MARTZ. — At Berlin,
ler Grove, widow of George W. Grove.
Ardmore, I. T.
Pa., April 30, 1896, by Rev. J. H. Knep The cause of death was pneumonia. Mrs.
—The city of Ellis, Kans., has chosen
per, Mr. Chas. J. Schrock of Berlin, and
Grove was born in Franlclin county, Pa.,
Miss Eleanore Mart z of John si >11 rg, Pa. a woman Mayor, and a City Council of
November 21, 1816, and was therefore in
women.
the 80th year of her age* She was mar­
KEENER—BUZZARD.—At his resi­
—On May 16 a telegraph message was
ried to George W. Grove in 1836, and
dence in Homer by the writer, May 17,
sent around the globe from New York
there was born to them four children,
1886, Mr. George A. Keener and Miss
City in fifty minutes.
three of whom survive her; John S.
Mary A. Buzzard.
II. S. J - . Grove, our county recorder and circuit
al oiis —The gold reserve in the United
clerk. Mrs. David Moyer and Mrs.
States Treasury was reported at about
Wilson Day. Mrs. ...
The Daily Colonist, May 28, 1862 The Daily Colonist, May 28, 1862
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE DAILY BRITIS
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NO. .
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1862.
VOL. 7/
MISCELLANEOUS;
FOB SALE-TO LET.
WANTS.
j^KTIOXsT S green.
b
THE BRITISH COLONIST
Ex “Speedy/* from London.
FOB SAiiEx
500 Men Wanted,
(IK-n A>I» POKTKK.. IBISKHT’M AI.
IB PUBLIBHKD .1 ust received direct from Messrs. h h i,. r|i|(E MANSION HdUSli, SjlT'tiA’i'Klrf
H
J. near Harris fc Co.’s Wlinrl. I he House is large
11 Ibbert. a shipment ol tlieir celebrated
MOK3SriNQ, riiO UOltK ON A WACOM BOAD FROM
Beer, in quarts and pints, and lor sale by J *ud commodious and capable of dccommodatiug
Lilioett to Mud Lake.
(Sundays Excepted,) No one will be hired lor a period less than two One Hundred Boarders.
JANION & GHKEN.
at viorouiA. v. 1 • months, ir they wish they can engage until 'he lull
completion ol the Koad. Wages will be paid tit it is partly furnished. Bnd with smill expeh**
Ta"bl© Linens
TKHDI8I C ash on the R oad , at the expiration ol the time
D n.rn VKOETABI.ES.-On hand and for would be ready lor customers.
lor wh:cli men arc hired.
Fer Annnm, In advance, by Mall, .......... **°m BIK sale a fc* ...
Brethren Evangelist, April 22, 1896 No. 17 Brethren Evangelist, April 22, 1896 No. 17
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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thereto by their rich religious nature, the should have been spoken filled with les­
Poetry,
teachers of the true religion to the world. sons for all the future, and that examples
Errors never go singly, nor do they die should have been set and precepts laid
OUB WORK 18 LIFE.
childless. Hence, this people, who upon the disciples containing the key to
OSCAR B. SMITH. should have been the most humble, by truths yet unguessed and promises of a
We seek for one of courage tried and (roe, following a prompting of selfishness be­ future yet undreamed of. These disci­
Who knows the right, and knowing, dares pursue.
came the most proud; and they who ples, rude, untaught and filled with gross
We call for wisdom, for an earnest man,
should have been the teachers of the Gen­ and materialistic notions of Christ’s king­
With faith ia all his acts, to lead the van.
tiles spurned as too debased and worthless dom were to be equipped to bear his life
Too long have vice and ignorance held sway—
to merit a passing notice from one of to the world.
We call for virtue now to lead the way ;
...
Brethren Evangelist, July 14, 1897 No. 26 Brethren Evangelist, July 14, 1897 No. 26
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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not little flock, for it is your Father’s gocd
ure for every human need. This "royal
Contributions.
pleasure to give you the kingdom. ”
storehouse” belongs to the children of
A pastor once said to me in the midst
God and it is forthem just to go to the
of serious discouragements, when Satan
THE ROYAL STOREHOUSE. “royal storehouse” and receive “the spec­
was marshalling his mighty forces against
ial tender promises that will just suit me.”
LOUIS S. RAUMAN.
him, within his own beloved church, as
There is a promise for every dark hour,
Moody tells us of a Scotchman who
well as without, “It seems after all I have
a silver lining for every cloud.
found thirty-one thousand distinct prom­
done, after all I have sacrificed, after all
The other day I sat by the bedside of a
ises in the Bible. He was surely interest­
I have prayed, that I can barely hold my
dear old mother in Israel and as we talked
ed in the promises. So am I. Let a
own against my enemies. I have tried to
of a better land she said : “Brother, this
man believe in each preciou* promise of
...
Daily British Colonist, Jun 20, 1882 Daily British Colonist, Jun 20, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1882.
{vo,iKr.x
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KURTZ & CO.,
^ 1882 ^
By D. W. HIGGINS.
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CICAR MANUFACTURERS.
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OFFER FOR SALE
TRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS,
AND WHICH CONSISTS
TERMINUS
Dolmans, .Gapes, Jackets,
railway TO I.X!^
■8 IN ALL THE NEW MAKES INCLUC
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SATTEENS, OALMEAL CLOTHS, TOWELS,
' CAMBRICS, CHECK MCNLINN, SHEETINGS,
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Daily British Colonist, September 21, 1882 Daily British Colonist, September 21, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 31.1882.
TWENTY-FOURTH J
'SDailj) (Solonist.
BOOK-KEEPER.
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Paper ruled to any pattern. Tickets
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1151 = 11 " aiNO. WEILER^^’?
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NEW ARRIVALS
FROM PHILADELPHIA & MONTREAL
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BEST & CHEAPEST EVER IMPORTED INTO THE PROVINCE
p;;:;:;::;;:::;i • . ‘ ... ^ ... furniture
at Sun Francisco fur ten years and h:w ; ' WANTED
FOR CASH!
had great experience * , Crockery, GlaSSWare ' 2
jtssstsits^s :i ..
looks rather deserted with (.f the various forms
mis. Of late the sentinels I “T”’wallMPEB' A '"-WSSSU »
posted on the j
with
ings have Keen
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....................... t .seemed as though
:fi
fi.„ (.0) SEWiNC & LAYING OF CARPETS pu,SM!l>
B. C. DIRECTORY. GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.
wore a couple of medals, that for Af­
TO LET OR LEASE.
ghanistan, ami the bronze star for
Roberts’ march to Candahar.
LOOK I
It is estimated that, when ...
Daily Colonist, Sep 12, 1906 Daily Colonist, Sep 12, 1906
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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HALL & WALKER
English Balsam
AGENTS
i>f Aniseed
WELLINGTON GOAL SG.SO PER TON
100 Government St. Tolephonoo3
ESTABLISHED 1858
TEN PAGES.
VICTORIA. B. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1906.
VOL. XOVI., NO. 80
capucity of about five hundred tons a
ity, have decided to remain, all being as­
LIBERALS ARE
BANQUET 10II
day.
sured of employment.
Insurance Commission Rosumes
City of Topeka Strikes Rock
Toronto, Ont., Sept. 11—The insur­
The Pacific Coast Steamship com­
ance commission resumed its sessions
pany's stenmer, City of Topeka, bound
this morning, when A. J. Pattison, ex- VISITING MINISTER
from Eureka to San Francisco, struck AT LI
nlanager of the Home Life company,
on a reek at Point Arena early yester­
was again in the witness box. Asked
day morning. The vessel had been mov­
to explain how he calculated the value
ing slowly through a dense fog and it
of the contract Which lie held with the
was due to this circumstance that ship­
Home Life and which lie sold to Man­
wreck was avoided.
ager McCutciieon, of the People’s Life,
The steamer struck the rocks a glanc­
Hon, William Templeman Hon­
Unexplained Panic Among the Sir Wilfrid Will Shed Some for $80,000. Sun­ Mr. Pattison said that
ing ...
Daily British Colonist, Feb 9, 1875 Daily British Colonist, Feb 9, 1875
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, MITISH COLIIMBIA, SIWDAV MOBNIJTG, FEBRUARY 6,1876.
&tt.
I get married and have children I’ll
gojsta!.
J?;uljr|jicittsh (Mottiat.
send them to you.’
His persistency and flattery deserv: ■ Comox, British Columbia.
PUBHiHtHVIHf DAY. MONDAY EXCEPTIP. ed some encouragement, but I was POSO* OFFICE! NOTICES. AiUi CtAljf* AGTHK KSTATK OF .
July* Rueff mnijt bo aout in tp, tho updcrelciied
determined .to hold out to the;, last
before the 1st of Tetmary next, or they will ba 'dl*.J! Ut
DAVID W. Kioams, Propriotor. FARM TO LET.
ditch. He shut up his razor with a •llqwed. JL.LOWENBE'
Arrival and Closing: of Mails at Victoria.
' AdmiiilBtrator.'
C ONTAINING 100 ACBICS, HOBS OR LKSS,
quick, vexed motion, tossed it on the
situated at the head of navigation, close to tbs
MAILS. ARRIVE. Dlsisolution of Partnership. J "
Btand regardless of damages, and he School and within 100 j»rds of a good ohuroh. Land OLOSl.
second to none at Comox. Barn and Shed on the Canada, Gruat Britain) aE COPARTN’KHSHIP IIL’ltinol'OBI
r
TERMS—INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. smiled maliciously as .he got down his About the 4th, 14th and)
bank of the Itlvor Two branch Hoads lead from the About the 10th, 20...
Daily Colonist, Jan 9, 1900 Daily Colonist, Jan 9, 1900
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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WELLINGTON and COMOX
COLONIST 1
61 \
HOUSEHOLD
«WANT
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COAL'*'***'
la.:
: ADS;.. Hall, Goepel & Company
VOL. LXXXI1L-N0. 2-SVICTORIA B. C Tm&UA* JANUARY 9 1900
FORTY-SECOND YEAR
3 FKOM THE CAPITAL.
Jameson’s Boers Lost
Anheu5er=Busch’s
Fatal Folly
-—CLOCKS Heavily.!
MALT NAJTMNE T_, o.
SSfiisSS
> Ti
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The Best Tonic in the World.
&
Challoner Mitchell,
R. P. Rithet & Co., Ltd.
Garrison Elated at Their Suc and Ending With Arrival of
ess—Buller*s Force Too Far Wholesale Agents.
Off to Assist.
■ . DEWAR’S ■ .
A Fac=Simiie
uui, urn
SPECIAL LIQUEUR | when ^tho Boers, from the‘r foot Germany and
of the Brand of
In Fancy Ju^s.
The Seizures.
Cigarettes tliat are i
of to-flay, when, as he said, Great Brit Better
Imported specially for Xmas cheer.
nin had become involved in “ the great of Policy
May be obtained from leading wine
■and spirit merchants...........................
ut-^nuu-u ju a juwasuge .iuui icil u. uuy
Than
' peril, ’.but !lt/ta 'not 1
Hudson’s Bay Co*
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Best
The
SOLE AGENTS.
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The Daily Colonist, Feb 17, 1870 The Daily Colonist, Feb 17, 1870
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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nil tlittori;i C|raitirit
VOL. 23. & fttifoatA. v.l. ;'C!OI;UkBIA, THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 17 , 1870 .
NO. '54.
Shipping.
Medical. Business Cards.
THE BRITISH COLONIST and New Westjainster, Nanainjo,. a^d euoli "Wants, &c.
otfaGr\placea tViiiy re^u1rdvBi)ioh SerVlee,
PUBLISHED DAILY BY NO'i’IClU.
11 Whatever encoUvtageajen», advantages,
OOVlillKESS.,
DAVID W. HIGGINS IlIJUMVN I1AV CO’N HAKK PRINCE iSuy It and Try It !
and ■ prolectlbn' ara f^'mde^ by Xyer’s Sarsaparilla,
TyANTKI»-A SITUATION BY A YODNG
of Wuita, AJiimsou, from Loudon. Neither
mision GovernmBnt to the Tulveries , ..‘••lyaB GeverutSB, either as daily, or to reBids
tho Captain nor the undorslgued will bo rc IFOM riHim.Mi TIIE ULOOB. i^TJssauijij’s »ltn the family, where Blie woulil be considered ouu ol
of fcny or its Provinew,, shall, be, M|eoded .pouslblo for auj debts contracted by the crow ot tho
the eamo. Addrefs •• COLONIST,”at this olllco. (all lm
TERMS ; above vessel. HUDSON KAY COMPANY.
in similaVprop'ortibn To’'British C6lumoia,
WhurlBtrcol.
PUKE COFFEE!!
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according to na’^tiqlflriffitbla Tor ‘tfie 'tittci Victoria, V I, Jau 25,1870.
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Education.
being.
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The Daily Colonist, Dec 3, 1891 The Daily Colonist, Dec 3, 1891
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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BRADEN’S GOUGH CUREj
I BUY FOR YODR &IRL |
|je Dailg
j
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THIRTY-THIRD YEAH.
VOL LXVI.--NO. 148. VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY DECEMBER.8, 1891.
eu tneir cnurcn. i no government, on tne
CAPITAL NOTES. CABLE NEWS.
LOWENBERG, HARRIS & GO.
The G. T. R- ami the Ontario Express ie Russell Divorce Scandal—A i
Co. Fighting Before the Kail ter of the Countess Interested
e (Fire, Life and Marine) w
A
resident of English
.m^Tvonfo m Miss Mealier, in red; Miss Maud I.
-Coat of the Soitlai eo of th
Town Property and Farming Lands on tho St. Law:
Fair at
FOIR HAT.~F1 OK 02ST
, Due. 2.—Tliero was i
wa
3 \/E OnMEY TO L O _A_ 3 ST
Cotrpany. Tho latter
Princess Isabella, .laughter of Dom Pedro,
!e ” ^tetlTMan^ld and ReVeTollected.66 °f are constantly at tho bedside of the ex-Em g privileges over its
ToddV.d charge of tile central booth, at
which was shown an assoitment of plain
casTIlomTedroWgc, Ui’isSehig Wsrixty!
BRITISH COLUMBIA
sixth birthday, and his recently enfeebled
ED. LINES, GENERAL SCAVENGER, to go. Miss Barber presided over the cut condition, make his recovery doubtful.
LAND INVESTMENT AGENCY, L’...
The Daily Colonist, May 7, 1870 The Daily Colonist, May 7, 1870
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE
^nfo'ftixtoria €|rartitlt
VICTORIA V. I.H BRITISH DOT UMBlA, SATURDAY MORN IMG, MAY 7. 1870.
NO 121.
VOL. 24.
Miscellaneous.
IHJ5 liRiMSH COLONIST Hotels, Saloons, &c. Shipping
Medical. BusiQQss Cards.
! CUR.ES AND COMFORT FOR Suy
published daily by Ayer’s T It and Try It ,’ ISteamer ON VVAK1),
royalhotel
DAVID W .V HIGGINS THE BED-RIDC&r*.
VVU IIF STREET, VICTORIA,V. I„ B. 0.
a
CAP*. WiU IKVING,
E=5.'Cr£SiS33LiJ’s
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.air. Holloway’s OiuDment;
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and Families. No ti>HC
Brethren Evangelist, August 21, 1895 No. 33 Brethren Evangelist, August 21, 1895 No. 33
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
10
Sisters’ S. C. E. summer I have not had opportunity to Samuel Eikenberry, Salem, Ind., 1
read the The number con­ Eleazar Fryman, Dunlaps, ** .1
E vangelist .

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taining the conference program was hand­ J. D. Weaver, “ “ 1
FBOM THE PRESIDENT,
ed to me one day just a few minutes be­ Frank M. McDowell, “ “ 1
At ray last writing, I was at Tiosa. My
fore starting to the train. I saw the pro­ Mrs. E. L. Horner, Brighton, Ind., 1
next point was the Salem church, one of
gram and then forgot it. The report of Mrs. Anna Swihart, ** “ 1
Brother Summers’ charges. There we
the S. S. C. E., is on the program for M. E. Horner, “ “ 1
had quite a pleasant and appreciative au­
Thursday morning. We shall need to A. A. Horner, “ “ 1
dience on Saturday evening. On Sunday
have a session of the sisters, preceding Charles Horner, “ “ 1
we met in the grove for Harvest services
that, and wc think Wednesday morning L. R. Grossnickle, Mapleville, Md.f 1
and it was estimated that there were four
will be the best time for that. We hope Mrs. Minnie Wagner, '* “ i~
thousand people in attendance. '1 he
all societies that ...
The Daily Colonist, Mar 25, 1892 The Daily Colonist, Mar 25, 1892
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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(BRADEN’SGOUGH CURE I xsr READ_THIS na
J \Tlie COLONIST has the franchise for
> Victoria, for the “ United Press ” night
WILL CURE YOUR COLD.
, dispatches, the only press association cn•
TET BOTTLE. ? tering this city. Its Ottawa, Dominion
S and Provincial specials are forwarded
? by reliable correspondents].
D. E. CAMPBELL, PROPRIETOR.
VOL LXVII.--NO. 89. VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY MARCH 25. 1892.THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR!
NEW ADVKKTI8KMENTS.
BRITISH COLUMBIA OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. quest of the girls, whom tho Chinamen but the work of his lifo was “Le Natural CAPITAL NOTES.
M had concealed in tho woods. Tho Yakima isto Canudien,” a work known in scientific
u. n. HOiKiiMj baynk.
Mom. Ryl. InBt. B itl6h Architects, Chinamen wero supported by tho locul circles all over the world.
LAND ui IPESTMENT mb2GGm AfflCI, Rooms 7 and 8, Williams' Block L'i
colony, und they refused to give any infor­
Submission to Congress of Further
The Victoria Members Do Good Work
mation. Lator in tho day the girls Quclicc's Commercial Tax.
P AR'SIAN FRKNOII-A lady from London, Communications in .Relation to
in Behalf of Their Con­
discovered, and in Justice Gamble’s M , March 24.—Au agitation has .
who has studied in Franco, doslros pupils; ontreal
Behring1 Sea.
...
Daily Colonist, August 19, 1892 Daily Colonist, August 19, 1892
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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> Contains tho latest >
I
Foreign. American and^ >
Canadian TelCKraphic Nowb;
Also tho 10 lnfcBt intcBt Locnl Local anc' and
\
Provincial _____ oinl Nows Nows from from Iktilg €®l0ni%L
Thoroughly reliable sources. (
\ SEND IT TO YOUR FRIEND in tha EAST, j
YOL. LXVIIL-XO 57 THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR.
VICTORIA, BEITISH COLUMBIA PE [DAY AUGUST 19, 1892.
SEW ADVJSUTISKMJSNTS.
Caucasus to own or rent petroleum wells. CAPITAL NOTES. BRITISH HOME TROUBLES CABLE NEWS.
A. W. JONES & BRIDGMAN
It is allegod that tho business of oil produc­
F OR SALK—Tlio furnlturo of a amull liouao,
nil now; price 9150. Address tion huB been gradually falling into the
UOLONI8T ofllce. ____________________aulO
hands of the Jews, some of whom have re­
Italy Appoints Her Representative^ The Premier’s Condition Serious—His
alize! considerable profit.
S housemaid or dining i
tlie lieliriiig Sea Arbitra­ Recovery Only Partial—Absolute
L ondon , Aug. 18.—The weather and the
. hotol, in town. Apply r(
IREFUL, ESTATE,
tion Hoard. Rtst Required.
earthquakes aro dominant topics of conver­
CAPTURED AND HELD.
sation throughout England. Tho interest
Fire, Life, and Financial Agents
■WA. 3 ^TED
takon in these manifestations of nature is
Hon. Mr. Blake Siuigume of the Early Ottima Celebrates its Civic Holiday
overshadowing that felt in ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, April 16, 1886 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, April 16, 1886
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. FRIDAY. APRIL l(i, 188 G*
FROM 'I’llE CAPITAL. worth dropped from the directorate, and The l'crfection NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FOR 8ALE-TO LET.
'SSaiig ^olora^t.
Charley Tapper, son .of the ex-minister
Of tho age in the medioal line is the liquid
THE BUDCET—FIRST FINANCIAL STATEMENT. of railway and a pfomisiiig young parlia­
The Rising Generation
fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, manufactured
PUBLSIHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY OF HIR. MOLELAN-LONO 8Pr.E0HEB—PRO­ mentarian, put in his place. ,Woodworth A FOUR YKAR OLl) BLACK MARE, WILL
only by the California Fig Syrup Co., San worlc single’ or double and la food under esd POSED IMPEACHMENT OF TWO MEMBERS felt .very sore about having been outwit­
Ai. Francisco, Gal.' It i« agreeable to the die; weight, ICtiQtLa. .Apply.to W. II. ADAMS,
D. HIGGINS.
-A ROW OVER 8POILS-THG NEXT ELEC­ ted, and sought his revenge on .Wednes­
apll lw Singer Agent, at I'awcett’s Government St
taste, acceptable ts the stomach, harmless
TION. day before the railway oommiMee, when sun should find you resolved to give follows generation, transmitting a legacy
THE COLONIST BUILDING, COVERHMENT ST.
in its nature, painless yet prompt and PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS
...
Daily Colonist, Jun 5, 1897 Daily Colonist, Jun 5, 1897
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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f\f\ CENTS A WEEK
there are as many good pro?
y, 1 I will Insure the
positions waiting capital to
v delivery ot
dovelop- them near home?
And
Tie Daily Colonist
anything there. I
you good claims at Texada;'
Al.iernl and elsewhere at low
*t you t door ovory morning prices. T homas K jtchin ,'
Nanaimo, B.C.
VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY JUNE 5 1897
VOL. LXXVIL~ETO. 150
THIRTY-NINTH YEAR
HIGH LIFE
MANITOBA MATTERS.
BRUTALITY.
RIN0S
CIGARETTES.
Winnipeg, June 4.—^Special)—Prin­
Citizens of Urbana Come in Conflict
cipal Grant, of Kingston, reached here
With the Authorities and
to-day to attend the Presbyterian Gen­
Receive a Fatal.Volley. •
DIAMOND SOLITAIRES.
Contain. No Odor of Nicotine. eral Assembly. He opens a new church
DIAMOND CLUSTERS.
Do Not Stain ihe Fingers . . at Whitewood, N.W.T., on Sunday.
ALL KINDS, PRICES f
DIAP/IONDS AND EMERALDS.
And Retain Fire ...................... A second party from this province is
AND SHAPES, AND f
The Soldiers Ordered Oil- by the
DIAMONDS AND RUBIES.
THE VERY BESTS' expected to leave for the Yukon some
Mayor and the Mob Take
AVA VALUE FOR THE (. DIAMONDS AND OPALS. time in July.
AT MORRIS’..
Possession of the Gaol.
] MONEY. ...