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Daily British Colonist, Victoria, December 7, 1886 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, December 7, 1886
Category Obituaries, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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- I VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1886.
twenty eiqhth
SHIPS AND ST^AMEnS.^^ DENTISTRY
MISCELLANEOUS.
25 aoma of the hughest masses 1 have company now was to got the people to
" aiij) (iLalcyiisst.
w.
seen anywhere. The road winds be­ come and soe the road and the country
WIHTERARRANCE MENT. j. quinlan7djdI&
WHY PAY HIGH PRICES
tween mountains ued patches of prairio and its scenery, whether they made
PUBLISHED EVERY OAY EXCEPT h
and gontle poplar, cottonwood and any money by carrying them or not.
fPHR P. S. N. CO.'S STEAMEIt
ELLIS &. CO.
birch-lined river hanks. But if one First-class excursion tickets, good for
For Your Clothing,
II AS HEMOVED INTO THE ROOMS POKMKK AMELIA
thinks the region, for this latter rea­ seven months, between Montreal and
THE COLONIST BUILDING, COVEBHMEHT ST ly occupied by Dr. West,
son, pantoral Riid sylvan, ho haH only San Francisco, are now advertised here, Will leave Turner, Decton & Co.'s wharf DENNY'S BUILDING, GOVERNMENT STREET.
Termo—Invariably in Advanoe.
~ ‘ mado of lining and treating frail WHEN YOU CAN SECURE THE FINEST SUITS FOR MEN AND BOYS
to look up to see at once mountain for $90 for the round trip. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINC
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The Daily Colonist, Jan 26, 1901 The Daily Colonist, Jan 26, 1901
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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The Merchants’ |
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ousehold oal
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Exchange f
n (C Per Ton Dcllvorcd, O
ipDi OU
jf Woight Ouarantood •
Restaurant - 2 HALL,GOEPEL 8 COMPLY •
QUANN BROS., Proprietors. •
2 too GoTornmentSt. ’Phone 83. 1 »
: 319 Seymour St., VANCOUVER, B.C. •
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FORTY-THIRD YEAR.
VICTORIA, B. 0., SATURDAY, JANUARY 26 1901.
VOL. LXXXV.NO. 39
A Last
The Scene
ATTAGK KITCHENER.
THE BLEND
Farewell
In the Lords
Pretoria, Jan. 24 .—Yesterday a
train with Lord Kitchener and. a
body of troops, proceeded toward
OF THE
Middelb arg, an armored pilot en­
Nevermore Shall the Dead Queen
With Voice Broken by Emotion gine, preceding. It was derailed by
dynamite near Balmoral. The be Seen by Human
the Premier Speaks of
NINETEENTH
Boers, who ■were in force, opened
Eye.
the Queen.
lire, and the British replied heav­
ily. Ultimately tlie Boers wore
driven off. The British sustained
CENTURY By the King’s Command the
Victoria Had Governed Her Peo­
no casualties.
Coffin Lid is Finally
ple by Esteem and
Closed,
...
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. ...
The Daily Colonist, Oct 1, 1870 The Daily Colonist, Oct 1, 1870
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE DAILY BRITISH COLONIST
^nir f ictong (fljroiuclc
VOL. 24. VICTORIA V. I. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 1 1870.
NO. 93,
Insurance. Miscellaneous.
TEE BRITISH COLONIST Hotels, Saloons, &c. Business Cards.
Shipping.
PUBLISHED DAILY BY
Tlte Standavd
Paoifio Telegraph Hotel. W. B. TO WNSSND’S WAITED.
DAVID W. HIGGINS
A. II. SBAMEIV SGAiriEIV I'O I'OH 'I’JflE 8UIP
LI FE ASSURANCE QAMKANl) I'OULTUVnUUBl',
Store Street, between Herald nnd JPHguard,
I HFNRY UFNRY RI' - ,0 for London.
TERMS :
Assisted Immigration. VIOXORIA.B. O. Fort Slroyt oco door above Douglas,
.......... *10 00
QjeYoar, (I" advance).
. .... COMPANY. OAM1S of ail kladu in season.|
....... 6 00
Six Mouths, do
Andrew Astrico - - - Proprietor.
a G0
1’hroe llouths do POULTRY in nil aoaso*a.
oovmiNoui Board,
OFFicuor lumuRino.t
One Week .......................
UIS GRACH THE UUKK OF BUCC1.KUCII ANDQUKEHB Victoria, Briliah Columbia, . tf.ttKSIl ltirrHU StiUN p'wa
mSIE MONT COJTliTlOUIOUH Oc OLRAN
BERRY, K. O.
13lh August, 1870. X Hotel in Ylctorlu. It Is conducted ou tho Kur.po.in
WEEKLY BRITISH COLONIST
DEPIITV COVEUNOn*) principle, The 'l'abl# Is supplied with the very heat tho
NOTICE la hereby giccn that a acbemo of Assisted Im­
market afrorug. . PUBLIC1 KO'i'ICE.
i'UBHBUKD WtUNKSUAl’ MORNING, THE RIGHT HON. THE HAUL .OF DAI.KEITH, ...
Daily Colonist, Dec 30, 1904 Daily Colonist, Dec 30, 1904
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NALL & WALKER
January edition of Pnziler jast out.
.
Got one nnd have
some fun. They are .A.GKm-isri's
free at—
WELLINGTON OOLLIERY CiVS
Campbell’s
Prescription Store,
COAL
r Fort and Douglas Sts.
At tlie "Sign o£ tho 100 Government 8t. Phone 83
Camol."
VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1904. FORTY-SEVENTH YEAR.
YOL. XCIII. NO. 16.
LITTLE “BOBS A Thrilling A BLOW AGAINST

NEW YEAR’S GIFTS
READS A LESSON
Sea Tale CANADIAN TRAVEL
Steamer Drumelzier Abandoned
Famous British General Tells In Special Article
Now Proposed to Further Enlarge Head Tax Ruling
as a Total Wreck Just off
We Can
In Need of Immediate Strengthening
New Yorkj- on Passengers Going to United States
In
Satisfy You of the Army. From This Country.
Cut Class
Watches
Officers and Crew Rescued by
Fancy China
Just as Well
Life*Savers After an Awful
Clocks
Silver Novelties
L ONDON, Dec. 29.—“The Army As It Was and As It Is To Be” is the tost Experience. kv K\\ YORK, Dec. 29.—A hcad-tax of two dollars on aliens entered the
under which Field Marshal Earl Roberts in the January Nineteenth N United States from Canada for tho purpose of crossing to some Atlantic
With
Century reads Britons a noteworthy lecture 011 ...
The Daily Colonist, Apr 17, 1918 The Daily Colonist, Apr 17, 1918
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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®Jjc JPatin Colonist
■UTABUiim inn
No, —SIXTIETH YEAR
112
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1918
PRICE FIVE CENTS
TWO STRONG POSITIONS FALL
HEAVY ENEMY FORCES ADVANCE
NEW, ORDER CALLS
GERMANY CALLS
HALF-MILLION MEN
OVER TWO IMPORTANT SECTIONS
FOR MEN AT ONCE
OTTAWA, April 16.—
David Lloyd George, the
OF LINE DEFENDED BY BRITISH
British Premier, announced TO SERVE IN WAR
in the House of Commons
tonight that the passage of
Manpower Measure of Gov­
the Manpower Bill is imper­
ernment Through Final
ative, as Germany has just
called a further half million
Stage in Commons—Pros
Government Decides That Draft Methods So Far!
^Vytschaete and Spaubroekmolen, on North Part
men to the colors, says a
pects of Home Rule Bill,
Reuter dispatch received Followed Are Too Slow for Present Emer­
of Messines Ridge Are Taken in Great Massed
from London.
gency—Asks Authority to Call Young
Attack—Heights Are Gained After Pro­
PREMIER STRONGLY Men of Twenty to Twenty-Three
longed and Bitter Struggle
SUPPORTS PLAN
LONG RANGE GUNS
KILL MORE PARISIANS LEAVE OF ABSENCE MAY BE GRANTED
BAILLEUL ALSO FALLS
Refers to Struggle on West­ BY MINISTER IN SPECIFIED CASES
PARIS, April 17.—Thirteen
BEFORE ENEMY’S HOSTS
ern Front and Quotes Con­ killed ...
The Daily Colonist, Mar 3, 1920 The Daily Colonist, Mar 3, 1920
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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EIGHTEEN 1PA6ES
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920
NO. 68—SIXTY-SECONO YEAR
SCENT HUNGER
At Rest After Long
GIVE GERMANY QUEBEC ITS
SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE
And Useful Career
. OF COMMUNISM
COMING IN
H
STEADILY
Vienna Circles Disturbed by
Declaration Wade by Mr, Gau­
Allies, Under Leadership of
Reports of Renewed Activi­
thier in Debate on Address
Great Britain, Incline to
The Victoria Shipowners, Limited, still require $96,400
ties of Bela Kun and His
Causes Some Excitement
Facilitate former Enemy's
to make up the amount required to commence the construc­
Hungarian Associates
in of Commons
Way to Reconstruction tion of wooden barquentines in the Cholberg Shipyard. H 6
qus
Since the company issued its appeal to the public more than
a week ago, $28,600 has been subscribed in blocks from one
Mfl. i. H. BURNHAM COMMUNIST PAPER
frurNEO COUNTRY $50 share up to $3,000.
MAKES Af*PEARAtiCE
WOULD BE DANGER In order that the public may more easily procure infor­ REPLIES SHARPLY
mation about the shipbuilding scheme for which support is
asked, the Victoria Shipowners, Limited, have opened an
...
The Daily British Colonist, Victoria, February 24, 1862 The Daily British Colonist, Victoria, February 24, 1862
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTOKIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1862.
VOL. 7. NO. 63.
jeOZR, SALE - TO LET; G-BOGEHIEBj ETC!.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TT1F T-? TrPl Si H nnrOMINT1! Scotl’s ''vilich 'V‘'1S 1(HulI>’ ch«ered,|
IJJlj JjlilllDlI UV-UV/IN lkJ 1 I nnj concluded by reminding tho meeting of J
Plunger Ibr Sale. Sporborg & Goldstone,
ROYAL MAIL
IS FUIILIPIIKn
the Itirgo numb.r of English penile who
EVEP.Y MOKNI 3 STG, have emigrated during the hi*. fifleun year*; “ ! rpiot: PMJW«I5H •• LADV JflUNKLlN.” i«*.
YATES' i'lHK-i’HOOF STONE STORE;
lo the States. Only misrepresentation the ! . \ J tons reuiater. 6 niontlw old. well fitted and in
(Sundays Kxcopted,)
•\VJIARF stRKirr.
'most gross or culurnny tho mo.r wicked, j S t 6 a HI P »Cket;
at vi o t oIt ) a . v. I.
could involve in wnr ll people with such, | humaUe Immediately at the Victoria Hotel, (.invpru A
TBltM.H flit stri'et.
close ties. In a few years the 20,000.000 «rnnf*V . ..... .. ifJ0 3t*
00 j Patent I cier i‘il'ssiii{f Itlaciiihc;
prr Annum, In advance, by 5I«H, ............... $10 $iono I j'rt!c fr«o ,ne,| men jn in t|-,f) the North North will will lie he 30,000,000, 30,000,000, or or j | I la jlclIJ It. ...
Daily Colonist, Sep 26, 1900 Daily Colonist, Sep 26, 1900
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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• BEST DOUBLE SCREENED J I The Merchants’ I
I
i Household ★ Goal
• S6.00 Weight*Quarjintood I
! “El tx«e i
: 319 Seymour St., VANCOUVER, B.C. •
VICTORIA B. C WED.NESDA? SEPTEMBER 2(5 1900 FORTY-SECOND YEAR
VOL. LXXX1Y.-NO 92
Asks for A Crisis
Dry Monapole
The War Is Ended.
}• CHAMPAGNES.
Veuve Clwquot
In China
Soldiers
Pommery
Anheuser Busch.
} laser beer. Confirmation That British
of Hazelton T<
river. ^ The whole of the
ovcrnor of Pcnnsy
For Troops.
Caledonian Liqueur
} scotch whisky.
StfbetaB in «M(lhctnditioD.lnaJ°r •
i of Mine Owners t. 20 .—The Daily «
1, P. RiTHEU SO. LTD.
That the Report Is
to Grant Men
■VICTOKI.A-.
-AMBEMTE 1 in this ^ morning's pa
Jand d •
sail'tv uC pc cry descrip- J
Curtiss £ Harvey’s Sporting
nislit march.
Amberite and Black Powsler
© trior. •
• Any Kood police force of 2,000 «
g a hope that it is e
ROBERT WARD 4 CO., LIMITED.
j
I YE OLD BLEND OF YE J
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER.
-KH-CK-OvO *
\
hicken they ti
WHITE HORSE CELLAR
z$&vstiSBu'SLmS
there 011 a special train. The sheriff
2
Praise for
French Army
S
United States Military Attache
of
:
• /\ Scotch Brew Grateful and
• Comforting.
Autrcars Are Useful For Euro­
pean Warfare—Very Effi­
S Hudson’s Bay Co. cient ...
The Daily British Colonist, Feb 18, 1877 The Daily British Colonist, Feb 18, 1877
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1877.
gailg fftitigh (Mnnist. (•Muratiaunl
more pork and flour than I noed, and ver medals, besides pecuniary rewards
The British Steel Flotilla.
pottos.
will gladly share it with you.” to the amount of £50,020." Notwith­
I (From tho London Nows.)
Shortly afterwards the planter and standing the peril and exposure in­
COLLEGIATE SCHOOL. PROCLAMA T ION.
Published every day, excopt Monday. The steel flotilla which is now being
the man from Texas slipped off tho curred by the crewa last year, only one
T his school will his uk-opened
built for the British navy, and which
traiu. The former was George Duval, life waH lost from tho 25G life boats of on Monday, January 22nd, under tho direction
DAVID W. HIQQINS, EDITOR AND. PROPRIETOR.
of tho Rev. H. U. Mogg, B. A., lato Scholar of l’oni is to consist of two ships of extraordi­ [L.S.J A. N. RICHARDS.
formerly of New Orleans, but now of the society, although about twelve
broko Oollego, Cambridge.
nary swiftness, and six powerful cor- Tho subjects will Include thoso taught in tho Pub Chicago, and the gentleman from Tex­ CANADA.
thousand men wore out in them on all
...
The Daily British Colonist, Sept. 27, 1870 The Daily British Colonist, Sept. 27, 1870
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE DAILY BRITISH COLONIST
in 6 ^irtoria olliroiuclt
VICTORIA 7. I. BRITISH COLUMBIA TUESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 27 1870- NO. 89.
VOL. 24.
Business Cards.
Hotels, Shipping.
Medical.
THE BlUfiSU COLONIST
W. B. TO WNSJsND’S
Paoiflc Telegraph Hotel.
DAVID W. HIGGINS Ayer’s
Hair* Vigor,
Assisted Immigra lion
gsgi==l
For restoring Gray Hair lo
WEEKLY BRITISH COLONIST ils natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at o»c« ngreeablo,
Mower and Reaper, Combined,
lioaUliy, uud cflcctiinl
=1.5 Threshing Puget Sound Steamer;
Pitts’ Machines,
m to its its original origimtt color
GLOSS ;
hotel
S™.?
WM. SELLBCK, Proprietor.
LANGLEY & CO.
ALIDA,
S K .
s ks
» bu .« or^my
by its use. Nothing cun
s
(mir where tho follicles ar
ISTS
5 = H” ::; ::;
sh es e i
or the glands atrophied and o Ycara of ago. .s-M %'s
rg; PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS) &C
•-““VSSwYb’rt
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi­
FOit V ictoria ,
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent tho hair
from turning gray or falling olf, and
Notices.
LOVETT PEAl’OrK,
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those ueleterious substances which *'!» AS/.’K»»“’
TO FARMERS.
PICKETT and If AURTSOX
iujitrious to1 the hair, the Vigor can
gpssssifg
...
The Daily Colonist, Sep 27, 1917 The Daily Colonist, Sep 27, 1917
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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OOLOMST TSLVMMS
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No. 250—FIFTY-NINTH YEARVICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1917PRICE FIVE CENTS *
TAKE ANOTHER GOOD BTC PEACE CAN COME
BERNSTORFF KNEW
BRITISH LAUNCH OFFENSIVE
OF U-BOAT CAMPAIGN
FROM ENEMY’S TERRITORY ONLY BY VICTORY
FROM LINES LATELY TAKEN
WASHINGTON, Sept. 3«.—Further
evidence tbat Coant von Beraatorff, far­
mer Gorman Ambassador
Yesterday’s Gains Add Materially to Ground Cap­ Ex-Premier Asquith Speaks
ton, knew of his Government’s laten.
Attack on Six-Mile Front East of Ypres Is Pro*
tlon to Inaugurate a campaign of
tured on Thursday. Last—Fighting Described to Great Audience at Leeds
reetrtetad submarine warfare prior to
ceeding With Success—Strong Positions
hla request for money with which
on Necessary Work of Win­
as Sometimes of Desperate Char­
influence Congress Is In possession of
and Field Works Around Tower
tha state Department. ning War.
acter—Germans Well Prepared
Secretary Lansing said today tbat aa
Hamlets Are Captured
early as January 1* Count
storff knew of tba plan.
GOOD ADVANCES ARE MADE
Answering Inquiries, the ILLUSORY TRUCE
CANNOT BE ACCEPTED Enemy Resists Fiercely
ON LEFT WING AND CENTRE ’In view of Inquiries which ...
The British Daily Colonist, Jun 26, 1860 The British Daily Colonist, Jun 26, 1860
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE BRITISH COLONIST.
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, I860. NO. 7.
YOL.
NOTICES. QBOCEEIES, BTC. IDiRY & FANCY GOODS.
T he T hee that P roduces R eady - made
THE BRITISH COLONIST
S hirts .— In South America grows a troe
COI*AIlTIYEKSMII» NOTICl!. lleinliart, Mayer & Co.,
lhat produces ready-made shirts. The tree VICTORIA
18 rBJlLIBUKD
is thus described by Baron Humboldt: ‘‘We DRY GOODS STORE
On TUESDAV. THURSDAY and SATUB Wholesale Dealers and Importers
saw on the slope of th« Cerra Duidn, shirt .IKFFKAY fc CO.. for the purpose of conducting a
DAY MORNINGS.
(ienern! Kxpress, to act as '1 1 raveling Agents, and to
trees fifty feet high. Tho Indians cut off — OF—
T he uxdehsicsed woitld resj’KCtfully
do il Commission liiisiness between Victoria, V. I..
AT VICTORIA, V. I.
cylindiical pieces two foot in diameter, from inlonn hi« friends nnd the public that lie bus
and British Columbia. All business entrusted to
WINES,
which they peel tho red and fibrous bark, their control will be most faithfully executed. A
A DE COSMOSI Proprietor. share of public patronage is resoecttiiilv solicited. REMOVED
without making any longitudinal incision.
WM. .JUKI'-KAY, Liquors, Ales, Cigars,
TO HIS
The bark aflords them a sort of ...
1995 Approved Charter Schools 1995 Approved Charter Schools
Category Directories, and Professional
Date 1900's
Location United States, Massachusetts, and Minnesota
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Commonwealth of Massachusetts
|.a: /IP
3/15/95
7995 Approvea Charter Schools
HW
Projected
312Dt.b D27D fi417 3 Student
Proposed Charter EnrollmentGradeFounding
Contact Persom (city/town) School Name Yr. 1-5 LevelCoalition
Boston Academy of the Elem.
Robert Guen 1st Yr. 150 Parents
Pacific Rim Mid.
1035A Beacon Street 2nd Yr. 200 X Teachers
See
Charter School X
Brookline, MA 02146 250 Private,
3rd Yr.
Other
For-Profit
4th Yr. 300
617-232-2700 —
Business
5th Yr.350
Community
Based
Organization
Other Founding Group
School Focus: (Prepared by the applicant)
“The Academy will place a strong emphasis on core knowledge and will also include an in-depth focus on Pacific Rim cultures and
languages. Its educational setting will integrate the traditional Pacific Rim cultures’ emphasis on learning and discipline with
American spirit of self-’actualization and mutual respect."
Cambridge Benjamin Banneker Elem.
Kathy Reddick 1st Yr. 160
X Parents
FlV/FDcharter Sch°o1
209 Rindge Ave., Apt, #1 Mid.
2nd Yr. 200 X Teachers
Cambridge, MA 02140 Private,
3rd Yr. 240
Other
For-Profit
4th Yrf 256 —
617-253-6301
Business
272
Community
' ■ ,:r’
Based
Organization
Other Founding Group
School Focus: (Prepared by the applintht)'
The Benjamin Banneker Charter School will serve students in grades 3 to 8, in a community-centered school with a focus on math and
science achievement, using the Cyberkey ...
Daily Colonist, Sep 9, 1902 Daily Colonist, Sep 9, 1902
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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$6
per
ton
TRUSCOTT
VAPOR LAUNCHES.
Household Coal
THE NESBITT ELECTRIC CO.
33 Fort St., Victoria. B.C. BALL © WALKED
8ol« Agents for British Colambt*.
l'OOaoTi»Baat«t. >PbCiat6
VOL. LXXXYIII NO. 75 VICTORIA, B.C. TUESDAY, SEPT&afBER 9 1902.
FORTY-FOURTH YEAR
ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOME
60 DESBER 6 ER
TO CONSERVATIVE LEADER
Mineral
Water
Used my H.M. King Edward. Bumper Gathering In
Theatre to hear Mr.
IMPORTED BY...
R. L. Borden.
P. 8 CO., LTD.
R. RITHET
Eloquent Utterances on
Great Questions Be­
fore Canada.
® Just Arrived ex “Carnavon Bay” j
© 9 Contrasts Conservative
w A Large Consignment ol. ©
% J Policy With Liberal
Messrs. Curtis’s and Harvey's Celebrated
0 a
Shallowness.
s “ Amberite ” Safety Cartridges. •
1 Also Smokeless and Black Gtnpowders. I
New Wallpaper
Addresses By Other
Ward Ltd.
! Robert & Co., i
Speakers-Delighted
LATEST DESIGNS. 0 AQENTS FOR BRITISH COLUMBA. £
With Victoria.
PAPER HANGING DONE BY FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN.
J. W. MELLQR & CO., Limited, 78 Fort St.
in its history did the Victoria
JUST ARRIVED HARDWARE
THE HICKMAN TYE CO. theatre contain a more thoroughly rep ntative and enthusiastic audience
VICTORIA WATER
than that which assembled last night
greet the Conservative leader, Mr. R.
L. Borden, and his follow members of
the party, and listen to their addresses
HEADQUARTERS FOR THE rOLLOWINQ 1...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, April 6, 1886 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, April 6, 1886
Category Obituaries, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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British (Uoloiu
188
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY. APRIL (i, C.
DILUE AT (JHELiiEA.
FOR SALE-TO L
^lolonistJsS'r’o» !
CYLINDER PRESS FOR SALE.
Hall’s ™r Hair Renewer.
*- s of Art and all kinds of Picture.
sums
B y D. W. HIQQINS.
mbmitteil by
to It.s original color; makes the^ralp bkaelied, tliin, and fallimr hair. l!y tlie
case in the divorce court (here he turn to the motion, tho amendment watj carried
ed toward Sir Charles Dilke, who sat
ft W
by a majority of only 1-2—241 voting for
mass
Hr. Groy and 229 against him. SPENCER’S
cjded that the evidence npon which the Jhiss.^ writes “ Jfy hair was weak, tlun.
respondent was found guilty of adul ARCADE.
Jd'VuTing
Jre
Hammond to mines are. «i to 7 cents per
c««rondent^
pStoVke steps with'ethe0 view’to
making the law of evidence in cases of
which was loft was dry and dead. I u*ed
Van* Volkenburgli & 'ch.'s! th° 8eft5° V*
wi!
one bottle of Hall’s Ilair
Hails Hair Renewer,
OFFICES! OFFICES!
" .
wanted
adultery rule, and denied the applica­
bility of conspiracy in reference to il,
and said; “I see no reason to suggest
anv alteration in the ...
Brethren Evangelist, March 22, 1900 No. 12 Brethren Evangelist, March 22, 1900 No. 12
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST March 22 1900
Contributions may come. This brings ns to remark that
a perfect mm. The same powerful hand
the accumulation of money, or what we call that touched the bier on which the dead lay
property, is in itself one of those evils result­ and caused him to raise up, will touch us and
TWO VIEWS OF THE MISSION OF WEALTH
ing from the general moral depravity of the make us living witnesses of his wonderfal
B. C. MOOMAW
world, acd inseparable from it. It is, for power. The Master’s touch is the conviction
Perhaps it is not altogether idle cariosity
example and by way of contrast, inconceiv­ of sin, the transforming work in regeneration,
that we wish sometimes to kaow what is pass*
able that there is such a thing as property, the sanctifying power in our life, and that
ing in the mind of a world renowned genius,
or money, or private ownership in heaven. keeps us always rejoicing in God thru Christ.
one who has distinguished himself in some
Do you suppose for an instant that Brother It is the outpouring and infilling of the
great enterprise, achieved wealth, fame and
Shifty will own several ...
Daily British Colonist, Aug 6, 1881 Daily British Colonist, Aug 6, 1881
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1881.
™JS2I\SE&, ____ _ _____ ' _________ ---------------- - X>nili) Cb'oionisl.
PARK HOTEL,
SHERIFF’S SALE.
TO THEPUBUB. QR. S IHNEV & CoS
p
A mother living not far from ihe post _ , -—- |.a,.,KI(. r,,wr t thk stkaskiiu
BEACON HILL,
- DISPENSARY,
offico, in this city, tired with watching I
B P. W. HIQQIN8.
y
“ LOS ANCELES "
over a sick baby, came down stairs for
a moment the other day to rest for a | u, • ,.n, ,» s., .
few seconds. She beard the voii-iM.f ’ V .as.
onday is aucust
UK DAILY COLOMST—Ivr Yt'ar. (subject to Poat
thomalle wa*talkin& stopped a miu ....... ' 'u ' . iinViii,
i ivh
f'jrtirj?!!'; r “ uteattho half-opened door.* She »i« \,,, . i,*.. j>>;
--- T that the little thing had pulled a cl.air CHANGE IN
8TEAMER .
movements
the conversation her mother heard while rim: m-kamiiks or thk k\-t toast i.orm
tears stood thick in her eves, tho little | 1 "W'trunut
one carrying on both sides as if she1 COMMENCING TUESDAY, THE 19th INSTANT,
FINEST MANSIONS
•e roi eatin»- the an.'wers- “Hello’ ^ > > . r .\ *>
i kin u i i i tuiis t
NANAIMO, COMOX WAY PORTS
“...
The Daily British Colonist, Oct 30, 1861 The Daily British Colonist, Oct 30, 1861
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NO. 122 .
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1861.
VOL. 6.
FOB G-A-X E — TO LET. NOTICES.
j
Gen. Garibaldi, upon consideration of the sub- Hoi.loway’8 Ointment and Pili.s .—Female
Til]'] BRITISH COLONIST
ject, has concluded not to oiler his services at! Complaints .—Climntcs have their particular dis Far Sale.
TO LET,
present, but thinks be *nay puy a visit to the Uni- orders ; nge has infirmities peculinr to it; Heasons
IB PUBLIBHKD ted States. I have their specific discuses; hut woman, in all
EVERY MORNI 3STO*,
I«'or particular!* uu- JAM ICS WILCOX.
(Sundays Kxccptcd,) ................... „
- "udso TO LET.
iT VIOTOKI A, V . I. ccJtf
all well, . .......... „ ____
ick M'roiti-: A
Safe Investment.
Under
TERMSI _ Sntro’s Cigar Store, at present occupied by S
Kellv. \pply at
Per Annum, In advance, by Mull, ................... *10 (OT
a the »irai«»witn "» vcB.e. j *„*ppia«—M»e body "is developed and the ; rpilIS HKMT BRICK KTORK I* T«MVW
is oc WZ i I jj II G SUTKO ft Ca’S.
For Six Months..................................................... 6 ,M ‘thcr last tst-ason or tins, ‘ lie wintered at 1 ort I j I r . ii,.iinu.nu>, ..ri-n-ir-itiiiim not i ■ 1. is nil icd lor sale. It situated on } itles street.
...
The Daily Colonist, Jun 9, 1860 The Daily Colonist, Jun 9, 1860
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE BRITISH COLONIST.
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND. SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1860. NO. 78.
VOL. 3.
EXJXTO-A.'rXOIvr-A.L. GROCERIES, ETC. FANCY GOODS.
A Spanish brig found deserted at sea, and sup­
THE BRITISH COLONIST
posed to bo a slaver, was brought into Province VICTORIA
Reinhart, Mayer & Co.,
town, Massachusetts, on tho evening of tho 10th Collegiate School for Boys,
18 PCULI8BKD of May, by the second mato of tho schooner
DRY GOODS STORE
Rionif. She was furnished with a lar^o quantity
VICTORIA. Wholesale Dealers and Importers
On TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATUR­
of provisions, and lumber for a slavo deck.
DAY MORNINGS.
r HE UNDEKSIGNEi) WOULD TiESI’ECTFULLY
Two men have been killed in the States through — OF—
-The Bishop of Columbia anti
AT VICTORIA, V. I. inform bis friends and the public that lie Iim
disputes growing out of the great prize fight. Ono
Vancouver Island.
yielded up his life on “ principle'’ at New OrleanB,
WINES, REMOVED
and the other at Albany, had his breath let out
A DE COSMOS] Proprietor.
through a hole inado in his body by a bnwic- HEAD MASTER—Tho Eov. A. C. Garrott, B. A.
Liquors, Ales, Cigars,
lyiife in the hands of a “ friend,ndlyyc i'or expressing
T ...
The Daily Colonist, July 30, 1892 The Daily Colonist, July 30, 1892
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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I WE NEVER SLEEP, ALWAYS OPEN
CHAS. E. JONES.
36 Government
RESCKIPTION
HASMAOY.
YOL. LXVIII.-NO 40. THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR.
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA SATURDAY JULY 30, 1892.
NEW ADVKKTIHKMKNT8.
LOTS FOR SALE. CABLE NEWS. AMERICAN NEWS. character of their employes. Of thoso em­
posely by the makers with the disease, and
ployed at Homestead, Mr. Powderly'dtnow
that it is sure death to eat them. Several
OTANTED—A steady married man to milk
VV and drive dellvory waggon, horee sup- that one of them (Frank Webb) was charged
butoher shops in Astrachan and Saratov
plied. Apply Carnsew Dnlry.Mo89 8t.reot. 1y30 •with wife murder, four with burglary, and
havo been wrecked by the people believing
Cholera Disturbances ill Russia—The The Pittsburg 1 Workmen Repudiate
A Bargain on Liberal Terms. one with arson. In replying to questions,
these reports, and similar disorder has been
WAi
Disease Spreading with Terri­ Socialism -Beating the Atlantic Mr. Powderly Baid he did not favor force in
created in other stricken cities. The pre­
drc88 C olonist ofllce. keeping non-union men from taking places
ble Results. fects of police, in the cities in question, Record—Brailstreet’s Report.
FOR $750 LESS THAN THE CITY ASSESSOR’S VALUATION.
have issued proclamations threatening tho ...
Brethren Evangelist, September 29, 1897 No. 37 Brethren Evangelist, September 29, 1897 No. 37
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
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rect to the Father or to the Lord Jesus ? earth ? That pious, Christian mother who
T « K. C. Topic for October 10, is
h
We think not. The Bible does not so in simple faith has the little child kneel
“Enduring Hardships for Christ's Sake."
We call special attention to the notes on by her side and in believing love teachei
teach. Is it true that we have no right to
the topics in this issue. They are full it to repeat— ■
pray to the Lord Jesus ? If so, then
and to the point. The references are
many of the New Testament prayers were
Jesus, tender shepherd, hear me,
well chosen and the outline is excellent.
Bless thy little lamb to-night;
certainly misdirected. The blind men by
With these notes as a basis most any so­ Thro the darkness be tbou near me,
the wayside prayed, “Thou son of David
Keep me safe till morning light.
ciety can have an interesting and profita­
have mercy on us.” The thief on the
ble meeting. If you are not in reach of a and then commits it to the care of him
cross prayed direct to Christ, “Lord, re­
young people’...
The Daily Colonist, Nov 1, 1919 The Daily Colonist, Nov 1, 1919
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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wtATwER rencMn
COLONIST TELEPHONES
Job Printing ................................. 997
Editorial Rooms.... ................... SO
• ikt>TABLXUta» taut
N0..273—SIXTy-FJRSI .YEAR
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, afrtUfPAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1919
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES
THIRD REM STRIKE SITUATION NORTHWEST ARMY
SOLDIERS'TRAIN
W COLLISION
REVOLVES AROUND ISPOSTPONED REPORTS FAILURE
LONDON. Oct. II. — A
crowded Oreat Northern Ex^
pros* traveling thirty aOat aa
COURT INJUNCTION hour, camping a regiment of the OF SOVIET ATTACK
Black Watch, collided today
wkh another"*rain at Selby,
Yorkshire. It Yi pointed out
Amendment Moved by Mr,
that providentially, oaly eight
Scottish soldiers wen^aid, Fielding Causes Another
ASKS ABOUT TRIAL
Leaders of Mine Workers Denounce Federal Gov­
ahead*-? Day’s Discussion on Grand
Attempt to Surround Left Wing West of Tsarskoe ____ ed on the
ernment’s Actipn aind Say It Is Too Late to Avert OF FORMER KAISER
Trunk Purchase Measure^
Ouac rsilwav bridge, with Con­ Selo Said to Have Miscarried—Many Prisoners ^
sequences aimiliar to the Tsy
Walkout—Federation Men Wait on Attorney and Machine Guns Taken in Yuden LONDON, Oct 31.—In the House
General to Protest. of Commons yesterday, Major Lane
itch’s Counter-Offensive
ASKS INVESTIGATION
Fox asked the Premier if he was
aware that there was a growing
BY COMMISSION
Winnipeg Mayoralty Fight feeling ...
Daily British Colonist, May 19, 1881 Daily British Colonist, May 19, 1881
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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vttisl) Coloni;
VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1881.
I&ctilg ©olonist.
! You don’t admire his music ?”
r , , , jTHE REAL TERMINUS
TO CASH BUYERS
“We do not.” “.May [ ask why ?”
A great South African <
B D. W. RIGGINS.
y °nisseur.s as finer in than the
noor, is drawing la
ISi^S a"
on. Tho owner ha:
RETAIL DRY GOODS.
mg wero reading the pa_
£ 150,000 fora half sliar
‘Look, love,’ ho exclaimed, ‘only $15
CIln. Job II Ross,of the
suit of clothes i’ ‘is it
was made a K. C. B. a 1 TO BE LET.
loyer. ‘Oh, no,’ he answered; ‘it is a
business suit,^ Well I meant busi A. B. GRAY & CO.
■“ErE:
lo Boston Post tells of a case of
PRIVATEJ5ALE.
Have decided to give extra inducements to Cush Buyers at Retail of all descrii
cere |
■e politeness. A man had just
of Dry Goods. Having lately received Large Shipments, and having a big 1
i his seat in a street car, in fact
id got fairly down, when a lady prices wh°ioh must ctranionVthom to lowers of'solill bargains."’
•ed. lie immediately rose. ‘Don’t The annexed particulars will assure the public of our determination to sell c
...
The Daily Colonist, May 30, 1917 The Daily Colonist, May 30, 1917
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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WEATHER rOKECASTS
Basinets Oflc*
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PRICE FIVE CENTS
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1917
NO. 147—FIFTY-NINTH YEAR
VODKA DRINKING Changes in War Cabinet MUCH DISORDER OCCURS
ENEMY TRENCHES SHELLED
REVIVES IN RUSSIA
Ce*neK of Weihmen’s aad Mdler's Dsla- AT VANCOUVER MEETING
BY CANADIAN HEAVY GUNS
PETROGRAD, May St.— The lnereaae
In the illicit sale of vodka and the gen­
,
eral wave of Intoxication which threat- Anti-Conscriptionist Orators Fail to Make Them
Artillery Positions Southwest of Lens and Wire
o spread through tha country, caus­
,
selves Heard by Crowds—Adjournment to
Entanglements Along Front Are Given Con­ ing disorders and endangering the In­
ternal peace of the country, are the sub Tomorrow Is Finally Decided Upon
stant Attention—Machine Emplacements
Ject of a atirring appeal to the cltisena
—Soldier Cheered by Audience
Are Came of Much Trouble issued by the executive Committee of
the Council of Workmen’s and SoMMera*
Delegatee. The appeal reads:
"Formerly the Emperor encouraged
SOME MEETINGS IN QUEBEC
GERMAN RETALIATORY FIRE
drunkenness since it helped to support
the Imperial throne. Now the Black
ARE OF SIMILAR NATURE
INFLICTS FEW CASUALTIES 4
Hundred ...