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Brethren Evangelist, December 11, 1895 No. 49 Brethren Evangelist, December 11, 1895 No. 49
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST,
TO THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS OF IFDIANA.
vival, and what a grand work was done
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
there. We were so richly blessed, our.
Mrs. F. E. Rhorer of Milford, suggest­
The death angel has again come into
prayers were answered, and why was it?
ed recently a “Christmas of giving,” and
our midst and by the taking of our loved
Because we worked. Now let us keep on
I want to propose the idea to all .the Sun­
friend and companion, the youthful Chas.
day-schools of the State. We usually cele­ working. The trouble with so many of us
Snyder seemed to say, “My Lord has
is when church time is here or prayer-meet brate Christmas by appropriate exercises
need of these flowrets gay." And to con­
ing time, oh, then we are so tired, we
and a treat for the children. They have
sole the weeping friends he seemed to say,
thus come to expect something every worked hard all week, we must stay at
“They shall ail bloom in the fields of
Christmas. Now the spirit of Christianity home and rest. 1 am so sorry that it is
light, transplanted by my care. There­
is not ...
Brethren Evangelist, September 30, 1896 No. 39 Brethren Evangelist, September 30, 1896 No. 39
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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and divine, the true philosophy of life.
ciples were in danger, where the liberty of
Home Circle.
He was Himself a man of sorrows and ac­
its humblest subject was touched, where
quainted with grief, and yet his joy was
oppression or tyranny dared intrude, there
so rich and deep that He prayed it might
BEPEWTANOE. its stars have always blazed with a wrath­
remain in the hearts of His followers, that
ful flame, and its red stripes have symbol­
BY L. V, S.
their joy might thus be “full.” No one
ized the punishment our country’s ene­
I sit by the fire-musing,
ever lived upon this sorrow'stricken earth
The flickering light grows dim ; mies should receive at our hands.
who knew what it means truly to mourn
With repentant tears Love it, then, patriots. It means all
For the wasted years, better than did our blessed Saviour. He
that is good and true and pure and beau­
I breathe a prayer to Him.
wept beside the grave of Lazarus, whom
tiful in a land of freedom. Defend it
Riches, fame, all I have sought He loved, with the bereaved sisters.
with your lives, if need be, ...
The Daily British Colonist, Jul 24, 1860 The Daily British Colonist, Jul 24, 1860
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, California, Canada, and 1 moreBritish Columbia
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THE BRITISH COLONIST.
VICTORIA, YANCOUYER ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1860. NO. 19.
YOL. 4.
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MISCELLANEOUS. GBOCEBIES, ETC. X3R.Y FA.3STC"5T GOODS.
have received the nomination for Vice Presi­
THE BRITISH COLONIST
dent at the hands of the National Democra VICTORIA
IB PUBLISHED Reinhart, Mayer & Co.,
tic Convention at Baltimore, is Ex-Governor EISELY &C0.,
Johnson, of Georgia. DRY GOODS STORE
On TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATUB Wholesale Dealers and Importers
DAY MORNINGS, The Japanese are enjoying themselves in Rose Cottage Markets,
New York. —OK —
AT VIOTOIIIA, V. I. T he undersigned would ijesfectfully
Inlorm his friends and the public that he baa
Several fights occurred during the pro­
WHARF STREET, FOOT OF YATES, VICTORIA,
WINES,
A DE COSMOS Proprietor. gress of the Baltimore Convention between
S-E3vXO"VEX3
ANI> HEW FIRE-PROOF STORE
.Delegates. Hindman, seceder, and Hooper, Liquors, Ales, Cigars,
to ms
TEUH8I
Douglas-man, had a fi“ht on Tuesday, 19th,
Columbia street. New Westminster. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS
Per Annum, 111 advance, by Mall, ......................$10 00 in the room of the Committee on Creden­
For Six Months,....................................................... . l C 00 tials. Hooper passed the lie and Hindman
T JUE HUItSCKIIIICUS 1IEG TO IN- Comer of Yates and Government sis.
C L O T H I N ...
Brethren Evangelist, December 23, 1896 No. 50 Brethren Evangelist, December 23, 1896 No. 50
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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Brother J. Allen Miller is spending bis vaca­
full report later." L . —The meeting at Hud­
ater
On the back of this card was the follow­
tion at Ashland. His presence here however
son closed with thirty-one accessions. A full re­
ing pledge :
means a little more than a mere vacation, the
port will appear next week.
secret of which will be made known next week.
MV PLEDGE.
Brother Ditch expects to begin revival services
Brother D. J Meyers says that canvassing for
at Roann, Jan. 3, 1897. He reports good inter­
Heartily in sympathy with the purposes of the
the Evangelist should be much easier now since
est in all departments of church work. Two ex­
Committee on Efficiency, and wishing to unite
the price is reduced to f i oo, tho some may com­
cellent young men, both workers in the K C. have
with it in its work, I do hereby pledge myself to
plain that the paper is too small lor the money.
recently united with them, and another who was
work specially during the coming year in the*
at death's door with that dread disease—-consump­
Brother J R Keller reports a very successful ............................ .. .. Department.
...
Brethren Evangelist, October 6, 1897 No. 38 Brethren Evangelist, October 6, 1897 No. 38
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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The Sunday School. doing Paul an injustice and also of anger­ should be witnesses for our Lord and his
ing the Jews. kingdom at all times.
2$. Keep Paul. Felix showed some 2. Hope of Resurrection. —The hope of
LES80N FOR OCTOBER 17.
consideration toward Paul in that he or­ the resurrection is a wonderful inspiration
Paul Before the Roman Governor—Aote 24 :10-25.
dered him to be kept in safety and yet be to one who is saved to live a true, holy
Golden Text .—Fear thou not for I am
given privileges usually denied prisoners. and pure life. The grave is not the end ;
with thee.—Isaiah 41 :10.
we shall live beyond the grave. Christ
TRIAL BEFORE FELIX.
not only taught the truth that the dead
Lesson Thought .—The accepted time to
1. The Charges. —Paul was before Fe­
shall rise again, but he himself went down
serve God and do good is the day when
lix to answer to three charges brought
into the grave and came forth a triumph­
the opportunity comes to us.
against him. 1. Sedition, which was
ant conqueror. But the resurrection
BETWEEN THE LESSONS. treason. 2. Ringleader of the Nazar means more than that ; it means that ...
Brethren Evangelist, May 13, 1896 No. 20 Brethren Evangelist, May 13, 1896 No. 20
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST. 3
feted to the public at a trifle, there is no
references find all the texts bearing on
word if we have it at hand in our quiver.
one who may not become a Bible student.
the subject and arrange them.
Often we must put our finger on a text to
Promiscuous reading is giving place to
This allows the Bible to interpret itself
prove some doctrinal position. Often we
systematic study, and this tendency is be­
largely and prevents the narrowness which
long for a message to speak to the weak
ing constantly augmented by chaufauquas
comes from isolating a passage and mak­
or discouraged. In the word there is
and Bible institutes.
ing a hobby of it.
something for everyone, and every time,
In a brief article one can only touch
Take certain words Buch as remember,
and I have found it helpful to cover all
upon a few methods of study. Torrey,
beware, etc., and collect choice passages
the blank pages of the book with short Bi­
Moody and other “giants in the Script­
in which they are used.
ble readings,—references covering every
ures" have written valuable works on the
Study doctrines and the ordinances ...
Brethren Evangelist, February 26, 1896 No. 9 Brethren Evangelist, February 26, 1896 No. 9
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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PBEPARE TO MEET GOD.
that you had came to the conclusion that
that we are under the power and influence
God had forsaken you. and when you
of Christ's providence. CARRIE BURGER.
were almost hardened against God ? You
B%t there are some men who are in the
There are many reasons why we should
thought he was not kind to you, and did
habit of thinking they could rule this
prepare to meet God. It is his will that
not care for you as he did for others. You
world better than Christ rules it. Men
we should prepare to meet him. He
thought he had deprived*you ofyour prop­
who deny the providence of Christ or that
would not have one soul perish. Let us
er stay, which was the source of your
there is a God, they are mistaken, and
think. Which way are we going? Are
joy and dignity in the world, and you
Robert Ingersoll, as did others of his fel­
we going the straight and narrow way that
could do nothing but sit down and mur­
lowship, will, when the cold and icy hand
leads to heaven, or are we going down­
mur. It ...
Brethren Evangelist, April 28, 1897 No. 16 Brethren Evangelist, April 28, 1897 No. 16
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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10 BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
Home Circle. overcame the lad, and throwing his arms
“HAS HE ANY PAPA?”
around her, he said, “Dear mother, you
A lady who was shopping noticed a
shall never wait again like this for me.”
POSSIBILITIES. very small boy who was employed as
That resolution has never been broken*
“cash” in the store, and being interested
HARRIET WARN ER RE yUA.
But since then that mother has passed in in him began to ask him questions :
The broken past, the shadowy past—
to the world beyond, where she stil
“Would you like to live with me and
Shall it be gathered1 up at last ?
watches and waits, but not in sorrow, for
The sun, the rain, the toil, the tears, have everything my little boy has ?’’ she
her boy.— Union Mission Lantern.
The goal receding as the years inquired.
Reach out before—shall they return
“What does your little boy have ?”
As doves to souls that strive and yearn ? PHOEBE’S FAITH.
asked the child, fixing his large, serious
Shall life, seen through love's horoscope,
A poor farmer was lamenting the
eyes upon her.
Be calm with faith, be starred with hope ?
drought.
Shall all the tangled web ...
Brethren Evangelist, December 1, 1897 No. 46 Brethren Evangelist, December 1, 1897 No. 46
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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Church News woman she is not used to demonstrations
God, tfais setting apart for his service, this
like that. We have an invitation to the
watchful avoidance of evil, this careful walk­
home of a good brother to help take care
ing in integrity, this dwelling near to God,
Altoona, Pa.
of a large fowl on Thanksgiving day and I’ll
this being made like unto Christ—in a word,
Dear Evangelist :—You have not heard
take you over there and then she seemed
this beauty of holiness, is one of the surest
from us for some time, not because we had
contented. I never had just such experi*
emblems of maturity in grace. You have no
nothing to say, but because we did not say
ence either. If ever a man feels humble It
ripe fruit if you are not holy, if still your pas­
it. .
sions are unsubdued, if still you are carried is in experiences like that.
We were content' with reading the excel­
about by every wind of temptation. But
lent productions contributed by some of our
College Notes
where holiness is- perfected in the fear of
able writers. Also the news from the ...
The Daily British Colonist, Mar 17, 1870 The Daily British Colonist, Mar 17, 1870
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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The Daily Colonist, Feb 20, 1917 The Daily Colonist, Feb 20, 1917
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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PRICE FIVE CENTS
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBfA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1917
NO. 61—FIFTY-NINTH YEAR
SITUATION IS FAVORABLE
LEAVE TO PROSECUTE HMY HARRIED BRITAIN’S FOOD SUPPLY GIVIS COMMAND
a. ft Madswy
FOR ENTENTE’S CAMPAIGN lag —gag
ON ACTUAL WAR AT MANY POINTS
OTTAWA. Feb. IK—Mr. W. F. O'Con­ LONDON, Feb. 19.—Ia the week end nor, K.C* the ooet of living commission­ I February 10 — the first complete
er, who, a few days ago, wrote to the week of the intensified German block­
attorney-geneials of Alberta and British ade—according to The Board of Trade
Colombia, requesting permission to Journal the amount of wheat imported
GERMAN WORKMEN Ground Gained by British on
■Review by High British Mili­ Impression Grows That Presi­ criminally prosecute the British Colum­ Successful Raid Made East of the United Kingdom waa B­'u.744,1*0
bia Sugar Refinery Company for breach The figures for the corresponding
Both Sides of Ancre Will
tary Authority Sh^ws Im­ dent Wilson Will Ask Con­ Souchez and Some Destruc­
of the cost of living regulations, haa weeks in the three preceding yeara
received a reply from the attorney- were: 1914, 1,111,400 cwt.; 191ft, 1.424,- Compel German Retirement
provement of Their Chances gress for Special Powers in ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, May 7, 1885 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, May 7, 1885
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1885. {v°l55',
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The Daily Colonist, Apr 29, 1920 The Daily Colonist, Apr 29, 1920
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NO. 116—SIXTY-SECOND YEAR
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 29,. 1920
TWENTY PAGES
PENSIONS MATTER
TREATMENT OF IRISH PRISONERS
SOVIETS REPORT
MAKING PROGRESS ON SUPPRESSION
DETAINED AT WORMWOOD SCRUBS
BERLIN, April 28. — The
Moscow Izvestiya, a copy of.
which has been received here,
prihts the last instalment of the'
TAKEN UP IN HOUSE OF COMMONS
report of the extraordinary
Special Committee Deals With Recommendations
commission, appointed for com­
Remaining Clauses Are Dealt
Offered by Great War Veterans* Association—
batting the counter-revolution
during 1918 and 1919. In this With in Committee and Bill
Seven of Clauses Are Disposed of—End of
period the commission arrested
Is Reported — “Narcotic"
128,000 persons, of which 21,032
Pensions Inquiry Is Near
were accused of counter-revolu­
BRITISH BUDGET
Drugs Specified ,
Mr. T. P. O’Connor Couples It With Threatened
tionary crimes, 19,873 of of­
fences committed as officials,
PASSESCOMMONS
Strike at Liverpool—Home Secretary Shortt
8,367 of speculation and 9,514
MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE
for expressing anti-governmen­
Declares Government Will Not Be Moved
SHIPPING BILL
tal opinions.
LONDON, April 28.—Austen
FIND GRIEVANCE OF MEN by Any Threats' of Strikes *
The persons shot aggregated
...
Daily Colonist, Jul 3, 1897 Daily Colonist, Jul 3, 1897
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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I NVEST AT UOXK.-Why
20 CENTS A WEEK (Colonist. Invent In Kooienay when
there are as many good pro­
positions waiting capital to
develop them near home?
And as good or better than
The Daily Colonist
anything there. I can tell
you good claims at Tesada,
Al.ierul and elsewhere at low
prices, T homab K itchin ,
at your door every morning
Nanaimo, B.C.
FORTIETH YEAH
VOL. LXXVIIL-NO. 20
VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY JULY 5 1897
HIGH LIFE
NELSON POLICE AFFAIRS. [Mi
WATCHES.
Constable McKinnon Receives Deserved
CIGARETTES. Promotion— Whv Woods’ Pistol
Missed Fire.
July 2.—(Special) — George The Whole Native Community Had
N elson ,
.— irfi have them —■
Notice That Oilicials Would
Armstrong, warden of the Westminster
Contain No Odor of Nicotine. Be Killed.
jail, left here this evening with the con
THE NEWEST AND BEST.
Do Not Stain tile Fingeru . . demned murderer Wood and some other
And Retain Fire. . . ' . . . prisoners. Woods is taking things
tch that
Warning Letter to the Commits
get a good new quietly. A look at the pistol which he
: will cost to k ---- AT MORRIS’. sioner—Attitude of the Natives
snapped a number of times at the con'
the old one in repair. We will allow
...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, May 18, 1886 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, May 18, 1886
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY. 31 AY 18. 188G.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. _______ !IFOR^^ I^-:-^OJLE3^ __ ____ _ NOTICES.
l
Enstcru Canada JUuil neck which showed plainly how it came
CSailj) (Solouioi.
NOTICE.
to its death. The coroner’s jury brought TO X.ST,
(Per Northern Pacific Ilallwar)
in a verdict to the effect that the child HAIR
AYER’S
Toronto, May 10.—The trouble be- A FOURTEEN ROOMED HOUSE, FURNISHED. rjw
PUBLSIHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDA'f No More Bald Heads.
had come to its death by strangulation
Well sihnted for Boarding and Lodtfii g llotiso.
VIGOR
twoon the painters and their employers ing under the nrm name it. u. j anion, ai
at the hands of its mother. She was 01
BY D. W. HIGGI NS.
merchants, have this diy made an aa»!zni
mylG A,’pl> t0 LOWENBERGj> HARRIS & CO.
is practically over, the latter having
taken to Sandwich jail to await her the benefit of their creditors, to Richard
THE COLONIST BUILDING, C Sr. To produce a new growth of liair William John Gocpel, merchants.
ovebhmeht agreed to pay minimum wages of 20 Restores the color, gloss, sind youthful
trial.
IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE.
Dated 22nd Ajinl, ISSU.
freshness of tho hair; stimulates a rich ...
The Daily Colonist, Sep 18, 1917 The Daily Colonist, Sep 18, 1917
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NEW CORRESPONDENT ALSACE-LORRAINE
MAY BE DANGER WESTERN FRONT SEES
ENEMY’S FORCES WORN
WILL GO TO FRONT
MUST BE RESTORED
BY PROCESS OF ATTRITION IN FREE SPEECH
MANY MINOR ACTIONS
OTTAWA. Sept IT.—Walter Wllllson
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.—Unalter­
has been named as the representative of
able determination to restore Alsace the Canadian Press, Ltd. with tbe Cana­
Lorraine to the republic waa rsltoratsd
dian Army in France. Mr. Wllllson suc­
Continual Bombardment by Heavy Guns, Minor Delegate at Trades and Labor In a cablegram received bsrs tonight
ceeds Stuart Lyon, of Tbe Toronto
from President Poincare by Daniel Most Extensive Raid Reported Is Made by Britistf
Globe, who returns to Canada after six Congress Wishes to Know
Attacks by Infantry and Bombing Operations Blumenthal, former Alsatian dsputy to
months' merltorloue service. Mr. Lyon
ths Gorman Raichs tag, who reoently Troops Along Lines East and Southeast
What the Consequences of
went to the front with the understand­
of Airmen Tell Heavily on German cams to this oountry at the instance of
ing that hie period of service would be of Arras^—Several ...
Daily Colonist, Aug 6, 1904 Daily Colonist, Aug 6, 1904
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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Is The Marine Insurance
409
Telephone No.
On Hulls and Cargoes
or
THE—
Hall, Goepel & Co.,
Messenger Se rv ice
PHONE 83 , 100 GOVT. ST.
„ „ERVICE.
E. Murrant, Mgr.
FORTY-SIXTH YEAR.
VICTORIA T) ATT Y COLONIST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 0, 1904.
j
YOL. XCII., NO. 49.
BANK CLEARINGS. The Hotel
STRANGE SUICIDE.
The Day at
Dominion
w York, Aug. 5.—The following
Biiighnmpton, N. Y., Aug. 5,—Miss
some of the weekly clearings as
Cornelia I*. Crofts, forty years .old, the
compiled by Brodstreet’s for the .week Foundations
historian of the lc^al .chapter of the
The Capital 'tiding August 4th, percentages of ih News Notes Daughters of the American. Revolution,
jrca.se and decrease as compared with
committed suicide this morning by
tho corresponding week last year: Mon­
drowning herself in the Chenango river.
treal $19,1194,4(12,. dec. .2; Toronto $14, Miss Crofts had lonjj suffered from nerv 507,130, inc. 1°..2.; Winnipeg $0,013,SS4,
ousness and insomnia, and it believed
js
inc. 10.4; Ot' iwn. $2,040,751, dec. 5.0; Mayor Barnard Receives Cheer­
her mind became affected. Senator Black Will Resign If the
Canadian Metropolis Welcomes Halifax $2,402,403, inc. 22.7; Quebec
$1,019,911, dec. H2.5; Vancouver and ing Telegram From Superin­
Upper House Is Not More
Back the Hero of the AFFAIRS IN JHAYTI.
mainland $1,474,4-00, inc. .2; Hamilton
tendent Marpole.
Orderly. $1,050,383, ...
Daily Colonist, Jul 29, 1894 Daily Colonist, Jul 29, 1894
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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Toilet Arliclss & Chemicals,
j MASTERPIECES prom the )
—AT—
; ART GALLElciliS oftheworlo '
Campbell’s Prescription Store,
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VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA SUNDAY JUJLY 29 1894. THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR.
VOL. LXXIL—NO. 42
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by the result of whioh the civilized world
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ing the First Fight-Chlnese Affecting Newspaper
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R N Y , July 28.—John A. Bingham,
ew ork
R CHILDREN’S RINGS,
sent to Japan in 1873 kb Unitod States min­
BIRTHDAY RINGS, Opinions on the Situation—Victory ister, tolegjaphed ub follows from hia home Order iu Council on tho School Ques S
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The Daily British Colonist, Nov 24, 1860 The Daily British Colonist, Nov 24, 1860
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE DAILY BRITISH COLONIST.
VANCOUVER ISLAND. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, i860. NO. 10G.
VICTORIA,
VOL. 4.
GROCERIES, ETC.
MISCELX j ANEOUS.
The house was comfortably filled, by an
THE BRITISH COLONIST Bank Cigars Just Received.
audience that seemed fully capablo, from
OF \TOH>EGA IMPKHIA1 ;•*,
18 POBU8UBD their oft-repeated applause, of fully appro­
i.1 y «Miin^ton Irving, li#*/a‘i» ^imrtcroy,
N. MOORE & OO. British North America.
> erdi, ItfKalia Enjiarterof.
On TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, bating tlis raro musical treat. A large
Our Sftn Jnan, Ucxalia linUiuir:i,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY Mornings, number of ladies were present. We had hi Ktnero. (fa
KRJTAUI.ISHICD IN 183G. Villn de Gijon, do t!.i
AT VICTORIA, V. I.
not the least idea of the degree of perfection IJrinite. do Lom. ri.i,
Lal’ietencion, do do
HAVE
T K R M « t to which the Society has attained, until Incorporated by Roya!t Charter in 1840
This invoice of Cigars is warranted genuine, and is
. tin 00
Per Annum. In advance, by Mail. - - *old ior the best Havana production. Is also tho
Wednesday evening’s concert. Every per­
CAPITAL -- $ 5,000,000.
Six only invoice of Cigaru received from Havana in thl*
For Months...............................
former seemed thoroughly ...
Daily British Colonist, Dec 2, 1882 Daily British Colonist, Dec 2, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1883.
__ _ --TO LET.
'X'ailjj CSolonie.l.
GLENQmTFARSr WITHDRAWAL.
INI
2EJN0. WEILER*
TOR!A, B. C.
^IlE^ISVlTKD TOR TI1K FURCIIA8K OF ALL
FURNITURE
TOOLS & MACHINERY
■ A** lo5i to> L^m&rYard.
Crockery, Glassware.
SAFE FOR SALE.
of what passes in this world bel
Daily British Colonist, May 15, 1881 Daily British Colonist, May 15, 1881
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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, .
VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. SUNDAY, MAY 15 1881
______ - .______ STOCKS AND MINES MISCELLANEOUS.
AMUSEMENTS. forsale tolet
PITH AND POINT.
(Solonist.
THE REALTERMINUS THE WHITE HOUSE,
A GRAND
T hey that govern most make tho least
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY. EXCEPT MONDAY. . VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
D id you evor hear a bed tick, or ae® *
ASSESSMENT NO. 3.
FOR SA.LE.
needle point? XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE AT A
111 mooting of tho Trustoes of the said company
T is simple, requiring neither CONCERT
ruth
field on the 21st day of March, 1861, the 3rd assess­
study nor art. ment of 20 cents por share was levied upon tho GOVERNMENT STREET,
capital stock of said company, payable forthwith to
H not the cloak to make when it
ave
Charles Wilson, Secretary, at the Company’s ufflce
T erms —I nvariably in A dvance . WILL BE GIVEN AT
begins to rain. Real Estato Agents, Langle.v s
Barkorville, B.C.
VIC1ORIA.
“B their dear little soles,” says
less
THE DAILY COLONIST-Per Yc&r, (subj.ct to Post unpaiV on th^'Third day o^May^lBSl! shafl be
Theatre Royal,
FORSALE.
a?e ................................................... *10. the ladies’ shoemaker.
MAY,1881 MAY, 1881
A W correspondent says it
fYr Week (U delivered). .......... .26 Cents. ...
Daily Colonist, Nov 9, 1897 Daily Colonist, Nov 9, 1897
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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CENTS A WEEK
20 KLONDYKE.
Maps ol tho principal Uinlnj;
TJie Daily Colonist Districts In British ColumbU
and Mio Yulton aro on u.le at
the Colonist olllce, Govern­
it your door overy morning
ment street.
VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA TUESDAY NOVEMBER y 1897
VOL. LXXVIIT.-NO. 129 FORTIETH YEAR
MANITOBA AND NORTHWEST.
X . | Political Qualification for Chaplaincy —A
Hi LIFE
mas goods
CIGARETTES. .Peniteutiury Bird’s Grim Tale—
jp
Hudson Straits.
Report That the Canadian Govern­
Winnipeg, Nov. 8.—(Special)—Nicholas
Chapman, a convict sentenced to the ment May Barter Sealing Rights
A great many of our Fall and Xmas Goods have arrived. Como
and seo our assortment and If you do not want to pick out and for Other Concessions.
assizes to-day to eighteen months’ hard
havo laid away what you require lor Xmas, you may seo some­ Are in Quality and Price Without
labor for escaping from the Stoney moun­
thing that will save you worrying about ivhat you are going to
Exception the Very Best Made. tain penitentiary, stated that he and a
get, and will at least know how largo and varied our assortment Is.
United States Citizens May Also Be
To day ’.vc received another lot of tho newo&...
Daily Colonist, Oct 18, 1899 Daily Colonist, Oct 18, 1899
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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WELLINGTON a
Dutch BuSbs —■ - t
HOUSEHOLD
H/adnths, Tulips, Narcissus, .
COAL »^ »
j j
»iln
SaowJropj, Freesia, Crocuses
Hall, Goepcl & Company
INVERTAVI8H FLORAL CO,
FORTY-SECOND
>E R
VICTOR [A B. O WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1899 a
VOL. LXXXII.-NO. 113
artillery, which was subsequently ob­
Imperial
Maxims and
tained from Gen. Conje.
Pretoria, Oct. lti.—(Delayed in trans­
Evaporated Raspterries,
mission.)—As it has been discovered
that attempts were being made to tam­
Evaporated Peaches War Train Parliament.
per with the railways the landrosts have
been authorized to shoot oil sight nil
persons found near tho railway with
Evaporated Apricots,
dynamite.
- —Evaporated Pears eic ANOTHER REPULSE.
i>r how beautiful the costume n ladv we
Liberal Leaders Give Cordial
Test Mettle of the Boers En*
ii suitable combination of the snmll ext
r Kimberley, Oct. 17.~An armored train
? fashionably dressci woman. Nothing
Support to the Campaign
gaged in the Investiture while recounoitering near Spytloiitein,
ugnged the Boers, killing live and
nhould be such t
in Africa.
of Mafeking. wounding seven. The British had no
Mr. Mitchell. \ New Currants.
searching til e losses.
Capetown, Oct. 17.—It is reported here
uit the Hoers had an engagement with
Splendid Offers of Assistance
Several ...
Daily Colonist, May 4, 1900 Daily Colonist, May 4, 1900
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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PLANTS
l#lfK
Hall,Goepel& Company
JAY & GO. N^ry aa^Cook^sT*'
VICTORIA B. 0 FRIDA* MA^ 4 1900
VOL. LXXXIII.---NO. 13t»
flntor-M Brewing Position flssn. Heroism
YES
Of Troops Of Gordons
Belt Buckles, Fancy Pin
Fasten Flowers.
PURE MALT LAGER
Blouse Pins and Buttons.
dred and Fifty of the
Silver Nethersole Bracelets.
....AND....
Silver Heart Lockets.
HALT NUTRINE.
Pearl Chains and Necklets.
by the Boers’
R. P. RITHET & Co’y, L’t’d,
&
Challoner Mitchell,
AGENTS.
That British Have Ct
tured Brandfort.
ROYAL INSURANCE CO.
, May 4.—The Daily NeWM lias
Crossed Blackwell’s
Spion Kop
Jams and Jellies.
THF LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY !N THE WORLD.
Despatches.
Cairns’ Marmalade.
Total Funds, $46,250,000
Keiller’s Marmalade.
Settlement of all claims made without reference to
the Head Office.
ROBERT WARD & CO., Ltd.
ORIENTAL PICKLES. Content That World Should Be
capt. White’s
Told Whatever his Chiefs
Hudson’s Bay Co.
May 3.—(6:09 p. m.)-It has
VICTORIA.
Dwell On It_
“•t!
mgm
DIXIH. ROSS & CO.
CASH GROCERS.
lllii!
Mellor’s Mixed Paints
.....
MANNERS AND OTHERS
$1.50 Per Gallon Imperial
J. w. ME.LL.0R, • 76-78 Fort. Street,
We are fully stocked to supply you with
DRY GOODS and GENTS’ FURNISH­
INGS, OILCLOTHING, DUCKS, and
”;¥...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, B.C., No. 108, April 18, 1875 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, B.C., No. 108, April 18, 1875
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL , .
18 1875 [ . xnip
vol
.Sale—So ^(t.
gm postal.
gailu §j?rifel« iColouist
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
INSURANCE THE ACCIDENT COMPANY POST OFFICE KTOTICE.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, MONDAY EXCEPTED.
Arrival and Closing; or Mails a& Yictoi'ia,
DAVID W. HIGGIWS, Proprietor. HOMESTEAD LOTS.
Of Onnnclft. sunt them for payment before that ilato.
JOSEPH WEBB,
MAII S. ARRIVE. CLOSE. m)i27 Miners' Hotel, Nanaimo.
j
Notice.
Canada, Groat Britain)
About the- 10th and 25th) About the 12th and 27th
FOR ONE DAY, OR ONE YEAR. Europe, and U. S., V ..
TERMS—INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. of each Moiith ) '' of each month.
NS IADKBT1
T. ALLS OP & CO., Victoria, via San Francisco )
o call and arrango thoir accuuqta, i
Monday and Thursday j Tuesday and Friday
am prepared to make easy settlements.
COLONIST AOBNTB FOR IIMTISH COLUMBIA. Eligible Building Lots Do. via Tacoma ...............
THE DAILY unman —Per Yoar, (subjpct
3 . . | 7:30 . . o. .
p m a m bossi
to PoatnmO............................................810.
Oovernment St., Fob. 3d, 1875. " fe4
Parts of a War ut the same Hato. Will pleaso apply I
N Westminster ............. • Wednesday 3 r.M................... Tuesday at 7:30 . . NOTICE.
Por Wcok (if dolivered) ............... 35 Cent*. oav a m
CANADA GUARANTEE COMP’Y.
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