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KPFK Folio, Pacifica Radio, Los Angeles, Feb 1987 KPFK Folio, Pacifica Radio, Los Angeles, Feb 1987
Category Directories, Professional, Histories, and 3 moreSociety & Organization, Periodicals & Magazines, Proceedings & Programs
Date 1900's
Location United States, and California
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FOLIO
FEBRUARY 1987
KPFK 90.7 FM
PACIFICA RADIO
IN LOS ANGELES
African
History
Month
FOLIO
KPFK
REPORT TO THE LISTENER Tarabu Betserai
y tributed food for our crew of volunteers.
anuary was a very busy month for
Exact totals of the fund drive are not yet
I KPFK. We opened the year with our
available for the two week period as this
nrst fund drive of 1987, exceeding our daily
article is being written on the third day of
goal on the first day and getting off to a
the drive. A full accounting will be pres­
roaring start. Prince Dixon and the Gospel
ented in the March issue of the program
Caravan kicked the drive off with some
guide.
inspired music and a tremendous response
from the listeners. Ian Masters and National We would like to welcome those of you
Security followed later that morning with a who subscribed to KPFK for the first time
substantial amount of contributions and and thanks to those long time listeners’
our hats go off to Fred Hyatt and the Sun­ support and with the incredibly expensive
day Opera for a walloping single high total costs that are incurred just for the basic
for the day. ...
The British Daily Colonist, Nov 25, 1861 The British Daily Colonist, Nov 25, 1861
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE DAILY BRITISH COLONIST.
NO. 144.
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1861.
VOL. 6.
NOTXCES.
FOB SALE — TO LET.
GBOCEEItS, ETC THE BRITISH COLONIST is at stake. But when ve are asked to ta'ie
PVVI? OAT ,TT! WANTED,
sides with Jeff Davis, and his man-hunting,
18 rUULISIIED repudiating associates, nnd to denounce
^ ’ I -JTJ V A WO It UK, ;«rrfeA»V ITIAiV, A HIT 17
EVERY 3VE O It 3ST X UST O , those with whom we are in daily and friendly MAHTIN BROS., Kesluuraut. Ad­
I *113 FOLLOW I NO VALUABLE PROPERTY:
dress "Cook,” at the Colonist Ollice.
(Sundays Excepted,) intercourse, and who are engaged in fiyhtinu
WHOLESALE GROCERS noiO 2\v* ___
AT VIOTUlllA. V. I. for a fiond cause, it is a littlo too much.
When we are told in midilion, by the annex­ — A SET— ^Ilhaiubrtil.Tipr^rAn- Ttl-lck'Uufi.li';fg'n..dtour | A C3lilt.HA.-V « KtVTt.UjHAlV JUST AH T Ii It PI H I PKOVISIOIV I)E,UJJltS,
Won,tea t'oltUL'es; 120 *lfcet lrontuge on Douglas; rived, wunty to tench the l'nino orte. I crsons
ationist editor of tho Lender, that our loyalty
Per Annum, In advance. by Mull. ................. »>n 00 ftri,ct_ " ’ desirous to learn will please leave their address ut
is ...
The Daily Colonist, Aug 14, 1861 The Daily Colonist, Aug 14, 1861
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NO. 56.
VICTORI^_VANCOUVER ISLAND. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14., 1861
VOL. 6.
GBOOEBIES, ETC.
notices .
Tho city is entirely excited this morning.— FOB SALE-TO LET.
THE BRITISH COLONIST Wagons with the wounded and dead aro con­ S. M , Victoria.] [A. M , San Francisco
Information Wanted. artin aiitin
stantly arriving, nnd the feeling awfully distress­ FOB S-AX/E.
rivronniATioiv 'VAvri!i» oiyri*K
IS PUBLISHED ing. Tho telegriiph and steamboat communication MARTIN BROS.,
rpEIVIVElVT’M flliA.H
Brethren Evangelist, February 17, 1897 No. 7 Brethren Evangelist, February 17, 1897 No. 7
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
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I hi* unity is omnipotent, omniscient, of the saints feet. John 13. “One an­ and the fulness thereof.” DO WE TRUST
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omni present and immutable. His im- other" signifying, one, one other, one. GOD ? If so, let us say we will go, and
mutability is clearly set forth in the Epis­ Lord's Supper, Agapa "feast of charity,” the Lord will cause his vaults to be un­
tle of Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews 6 : or lovefeast. Signifying a full meal of locked. But is it not a fact that a great
18, where it is said by the inspired pen­ lawful food partaken of at supper time as many of us are just trusting ourselves, and
man that God could swear by no greater instituted by Christ, and taught and ob­ of course that kind will not go, for they
than himself. Hence he swore by him­ served during the Apostolic age, the holy do not have the power; but those who
self that by two immutable things in which communion emblems of his given body trust in God have the power. Selfishness
it was impossible for God to lie. These and shed blood in close proximity with exists ...
Brethren Evangelist, March 20, 1895 No. 11 Brethren Evangelist, March 20, 1895 No. 11
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
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MAT DEAOOHS FREAOH ASD BAPTIZE?
And that the grave is not the receptacle
THE IDEAL OP LIFE.
of the principle of life. A certain author
W, H. MILLER. J. M. RITTER.
has said :—“The world is a stage. Life
Wherefore brethren, look ye out among
It was the poet Lowell who has said :—
is an act. Humanity is the actor. Each
you seven men of honest report, full of
'•Greatly begin, though thou have time ; plays his part, thsn moves from the stage.”
the Holy Ghost and wisdom, whom we
But for a line, be that sublime, To do our part well, it is necessary that
may appoint over this business. Acts 6 :
Not failure but low aim is crime."
we be cognizant of our act, in the world’s
There seems to be a- question among
It is recognized by all modern psychol­
great drama. It is required that we have
some of our brethren, whether a deacon
ogists that before we can have an inven­
an ambition to do our part well. The
should preach and baptize. Acts 8 : 38.
tion the same must exist in ideality.
thing essential that we be successful is
We find that Philip, ...
Rev. John Barnard, of Marblehead Rev. John Barnard, of Marblehead
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, and Interviews & Personal Histories
Date 1600's, and 1700's
Location United States, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island
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REV. JOHN BARNARD,
OF MARBLEHEAD.
At a meeting- of the
M H
assachusetts istorical
held in Boston, on Thursday, June 11,
S ,
ociety
1896, Dr. A. made the following
S G
amuel reen
remarks: —
There is in the Historical Library a note-book, kept by the
Reverend John Barnard, of Marblehead, which contains a
memorandum of all the sermons preached by him through
a long life, giving the texts of his various discourses and the
honorarium
places and dates of their delivery, as well as the
received for the same. The book begins with August 10,1701,
and ends with January 21, 1770, though the latest entries are
read with some difficulty, as they are written in a feeble hand,
after he had become almost blind from the infirmities of age.
In early life his handwriting veiy closely resembled that of
Thomas Prince, the annalist.
Mr. Barnard was a son of John and Esther Barnard, and was
born in Boston, on November 6, 1681. He received his pre­
paratory education at the Boston Latin School, and graduated
at Harvard College in the Class of 1700. An autobiographical
sketch of him is printed in the Society’s Collections (third
2
...
Elections Division Staff List, 2013 Elections Division Staff List, 2013
Category Directories, and Professional
Date 2000's
Location United States, and Massachusetts
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MASSACHUSETTS
SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH
William F. Galvin (Elected, D)
Secretary of the Commonwealth
State House, Room 337
Boston, Massachusetts 02133
URL http://www.sec.state.ma.us
617/727-9180 FAX 617/742-4722
-Candidates on Ballot
Elections Division -Election Results ..
McCormack Building, Room 1705 -Voting Accessibility
One Ashburton Place
Boston, Massachusetts 02108
E-Mail: elections@sec.state.ma.us
617/727-2828 FAX 617/742-3238
1-800/462-8683 (Toll Free in State)
Michelle K. Tassinari, Director and Legal Counsel
Rebecca S. Murray, Associate Legal Counsel
Harry J. Petrucci, Field Representative
Calvin T. Brown, Election Specialist
Michael D’Argenio, Election Specialist
Howard Hock, Election Specialist
James McGowan, Election Specialist
Bridget Simmons Murphy, Election Specialist
Debra O’Malley, Election Specialist
William Rosenberry, Election Specialist
Ramon Trinidad, Election Specialist
The North York Sentinel, August 21, 1856 The North York Sentinel, August 21, 1856
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and Ontario
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. “ HO. I'IiAOE BICOUt^ Bii l;'^BEn,TO|yq Tg^.QUB OWICCOUHjIUi'.V
:'yOiyp,l.--NO. 30.- : NEWMARKET,' NORTH. YOilK, .'>YEST|,; TIIUKSpXY'; ,'. kWm % ,1856.;
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frub mtatl did bs'tldnV it mc>r« tuvorrl ««>8rrY&•.. CM;« kepi her Tb9 hetaWimmc(lialolyien5ltd,tbM tuch V/hllcbnich Coinell. • '
DIIU'XTOR y ! POETRY. lanjoxo pitcouii!i6rc:'.ion of countcnjfltc tndtbiko
Ngvr i|at tho danger I; r^l, iwi gofog' imilly 1'e.M, tnoW. , • ■ prcposlcfouj condiliooi coutd not for a mo, ber beai! in dcsnsir. Atanotbsrtign from'
»iiOut'it/ but irt tlio iniodto of the ucsort, . f-fto Claris K troo’t 'A: Votl nwtbo ]ijlp«(Jtflf.n^dio|, K j I tha gari this litnpcrtif, Itaganiooi withdrew his raag- The above Council met, pursuipt (0 no BAIJ.UOAD TIME, NUWMAllICKT cja
liOHQ Oil ‘fllSi viitii 'tbo idiadihoY of ioy fcrpwow postponj'our Redding ^ rcfu-tf ,a t«!l mc n^nm J,»>; a-’^on lot1 it yfiU by ogain dcrnaiiijijig tftt ...
The Daily British Colonist, Oct 23, 1861 The Daily British Colonist, Oct 23, 1861
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NO. 116.
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1861.
VOL. 6.
FOK, SALE - TO LET. NOTICES.
MISCELLANEOUS.
gress, as they do not represent tho will of the
THE BBlTfSfl COLONIST
people of KentucKy. If thoy decline to comply Stores to Let.
TO LOAN,
the Senate of the United Staten is respectfully re­ J. D. CARROLL,
rn runLismtn quested to investigate their conduct, mid if found
rniiAT . : nroiti: ©onftfl AIVn «3««,'ro l,OAN
Wholesale Dealer i ahm and on Importer
to he in opposition to the Federal Government on good security.
J street al present occupied by Mr. 1 . M. backus
EVEBY 3VE OHNING,
that they expel them from their seats. It waf Apply to
as nu aucliou liooiii.
W. CCl.VKRWl'J.L.
(Sundays Excepted,) passed by a vole of 20 to o, which was sent to the
—A 1.90— 21
oc lw Cor. fates aaid Langley sts., up stairs.
House, which adjourned without acting upon it. Wines and Liquors,
at viotokia ,. V. I.
THIK OFPlCKHnt present ocenpled by Mc«srs.
This morning it cuine upas unfinished business of
u
Henderson lliirnaby, on Wharf street. Houses to ELet.
the House, mid a suspension of the rules to con­
9 5 15
YATESJ TREET, VICTORIA, Possession given on the th of next ...
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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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
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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. ...
Brethren Evangelist, April 7, 1897 No. 13 Brethren Evangelist, April 7, 1897 No. 13
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
FIRST BBITHBXK OHUROH Of QOSH1N.
brethren W. J. and Jacob Hazel who kept as our present minister. After a few re­
the house in such good condition. May marks Bro. Shank and wife, sister Lois B.
The first Brethren church of Goshen,
God bless them. The work will be kept Shank, were requested to take their seats
Elkhart county, Ind., was organized
up by us until a pastor is secured. side by side, and Bro. Shank received his
Wednesday, March 17, by Rev. G. W.
This is but one of many such points in charge as follows :
Rench, State Evangelist for Indiana. The
our brotherhood. A little sacrifice on 1. To baptize. 2. To preach. 3.
following officers were elected : Trustees,
the part of churches already established To solemnize marriages. 4. To officiate
Guilford Leslie, Jacob Hazel, Wm. H.
is all that is needed to open them up. at communion services. 5. To act as
Wagoner j Treasurer, Mrs. J. A. Riley;
Two or three pastors can easily co-operate chairman at council called by consent of
Clerk, H. J. Schrock; Elder, Rev. C. F.
and center upon one such point. Notice his helpers.
Yoder ; Deacons, H. J. Schrock and Wm.
also this work ...
Brethren Evangelist, August 5, 1896 No. 32 Brethren Evangelist, August 5, 1896 No. 32
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
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for our department of the
Evangelist.
many conversions that have been made to
training will never give you. Choose
Well, first, this has been a busy year for
the Lord, through the work of the young
your amusements wisely; for youth must
us, and we thought it would be well for
people. And we can plain 1) see that the
us to give the K. C. page over to our have pleasure, but need not waste itself in
work of the King’s Children Society has
harmful frivolity. Above all select your
workers for a while, but we see that you
been of great good in the church, and has
friends with care. Avoid girls who live
have not kept it full. So from now on,
strengthened many weak churches,
only for flirtation, and enjoyment, and
you may expect to hear from us each
week. use the privilege all women may claim to
GET READY *OK THE CONVENTION.
decline the acquaintance of young men
Now get ready for the Convention,
how about your reports ?
whose lives will not bear inspection by
think about it, plan for it, cultivate your
Has your society sent your annual re­
the innocent eyes ...
Leo J. Shusta, Boy Scouts of America Termination File Leo J. Shusta, Boy Scouts of America Termination File
Category Correspondence
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Maryland
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Baltimo re 21
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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
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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 British Colonist, Victoria, April 30, 1886 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, April 30, 1886
Category Obituaries, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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. VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY. APRIL 30, 1886.
twenty eiqhth
tz
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
'SDailg CSoionisf. StZLSfeS _______ FOR SALE-TO LET.
YESTERDAY’S DISPATCHES. TIDINtfS VKOM ABROAD.
IP OX& S-^-LlES
What will or can the laborers do? They Forewarned Forearmed
A FOUR YEAH OLD BLAl'K MARK, \
PUBLSIHEQ EVERY DAY EXf iPT MONDAY ENGLAND. • ■
must either emigrate or rob the farm-'
L ,. April 2\.—Tho firmness uf
ondon die; weifht, lOtOlbJ. Applj- to W. II. ALJASW.
ers of a portion of their lapd. I leave
BY P‘ W' HIG INS. tho American senate in doalinu with the
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it to the laborers to solve the difficulty. Canadian fisheries question is certain to of danger by the condition of your blood, with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, there need bo
THE COLONIST BUILDING, CovEin MEM St.
New Y , April 23.—The Tribuu »
oke us. shown in pimples,. liloU'lics, bolls, or no fear of Dyspepsia, Uheumiitism, Ncu- • FOR
My impression is they are aware of result in a recognition of the rights con­
special saya: Gladstone’s most influential
ceded to.Amorica under* the international discolorations of the skill; or by a feeling rnlgia, Salt Klii-um, Tetter. Eczema,
T erms —I nvariably in A dv v qe . the danger chat is before ‘...
The British Daily Colonist, Jan 3, 1860 The British Daily Colonist, Jan 3, 1860
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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H COLONIST.
"VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, I860, NO. 10.
YOL. 3.
GARDEN SEEDS,
THE BRITISH COLONIST. Personal Identity,— Many yean ago, Landing Fhencii Aii.my in Ire­ CURTIS & MOOEE
ok a
perhaps about the yeai 17i)9, there weie land.— Some of the Irish journals aie in­
two brothers of the name ol Harp, roaming dulging in speculations as lo the probability SELL
18 FU11LIBHK0 tteW/IRi
about the barrens of Kentucky, who?J oc­ of a French invasion of Ireland, should hos On TUESDAY. THURSDAY nnd SATUR­
FINE BATHING COLOGNE
cupations seemed to be to commit atrocious tilitieu recommence in Europe. The Irish
DAY MORNINGS. FRUIT
murders, and in many instances apparantly ! coast seems to beat present in no rend ticn
at 75 cts. per Quart.
AT VICTOKIA, V. I.
-AND without any object except, as the elder i to ofler successful resistance to a formidable
acknowledged, hatred of the human species. hostile force. The Tinpemry Reporter and
A. DE COSMOS, Proprietor. FIELD .
seeds
In consrqueme of those atrocities, the Gov- | Limerick Vindicator of a late dale says :
ernor of tlie Stale offered lar:4>3 rewards for | One 1 hiii*' is pretty certain, if the French CURTIS & MOCRU
T IS It M 8 : CURTIS & ...
Cedar Rapids Kiwanis Newsletter - 1982 Cedar Rapids Kiwanis Newsletter - 1982
Category Directories, and Organizational
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Iowa
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DOWN x OWN KIWANio CLUB
WEEKLY
OF CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA
NEWS
BIJLLETIK
Chartered December 9 , 1320
Roosevelt, Royals* Wednesdays,
Editor: John Little
January 7, 1981
Program for Next week - On January 14 our guest will fee Chuck Webb with
a film on the city of Cedar Rapids.
Program for January 7 - our speaker was Norm Nielsen, Vice President at
Kirkwood community College, substituting for an ailing President Stewart.
He provided some very interesting statistics on Kirkwood including the fact
that the school has grown from 199 students in 1966 to 5011 students this
year. On a part-time basis the school has enrolled 40,000 people from a
seven county area in some kind of continuing education program on an annual
basis. Kirkwood's budget for 30-81 is $14,000,000. it's video tape library
is one of the best in the country. Norm expressed appreciation to Downtown
Kiwanis for its involvement in the circle K Club at Kirkwood.
Guests: Ed Olsen and Les Sykora from Metro Kiwanis.
Happy Birthday to Al Gee - January 8 and Ray Vaughn - (a little late).
Anniversaries - Rick Chandler - January 6, 1971, Bob Gale - December 29, 1954.
congratulations to Wayne Woods who may have set some kind of distance record
fora make-up. Wayne visited the Portland, Oregon Kiwanis over ...
The Daily Colonist, May 27, 1919 The Daily Colonist, May 27, 1919
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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WINNIPEG COUNCIL POSTAL STRIKE AIRMEN GIVE STORY
BOLSHEV1K1 TRY
TOSTOPKOLTCHAK
SEEKS TO ENSURE OF NOTABLE FLIGHT
PARIS, May 26 __ Advices
reaching Paris are that the
forces el Admire} XoHchak.
FIRE PROTECTION TO MID-ATLANTIC
anti-Bolshseiki leeder, have met
with hsevy opposition by the
BolsheviU user Samara end
Desertion of Their Posts by
along the railroad toward Ufa.
Men of Winnipeg Staff
The Bsthonian army, ap­
AMERICANS READY
proaching from the north has.
Causes Much Hardship to Harry Hawker Tells Their Experience in Message
yotes to Reorganize Municipal Fire Department in reached Peterhoff, twenty-four
TO LEAVE ARCHANGEL
kilometres from Petrograd.
Whole Community, to Daily Mail—Stoppage Caused by Failure of
Manner to Prevent Sympathetic Strike From
Cooling Apparatus—Fortunate Rescue,by Danish
Removing Safeguards—Unions Have Made WASHINGTON, May 2 •.—With­
drawal of the American forces from
Steamer ,
No Move Towards Peace WHY TEXT OF TREATY
Archangel is Actually under way, ac­ MAMS HELD UP
cording to cable advices to the War
FOR SEVERAL DAYS IS NOT PUBLISHED
Department today, which stated that
all members of the IMth Infantry
MRS. HAWKER’S FIRM FAITH
POSTOFFICE MEN were awaiting evacuation.
PARI8, May 29 .—The Echo do
The cablegram also said that the re­
Parts today ...
The Daily Colonist, Apr 16, 1919 The Daily Colonist, Apr 16, 1919
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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WliTHBK POKBGASTt COLONIST TELEPHOKW
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SIXTEEN PAGES
NO. 105-SIXTY-FIRST YEAR„ VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WE0NESOA
BELGIUM GIVEN
TREATY WILL MAKE MR. LLOYD GEORGE
HOUSE OF COMMONS
SEAT HI HOARD TO FACE CRITICS
BETTER PROGRESS LONDON, April IS.—There was
an unusual scene in the Commons to­
night. During the discussion of a
lftbor motion on pensions, two women
in the strangers’ gallery began
ASSEMBLED TODAY
AFTER NEW STAGE
shouting:
“You aro murderers. You have
not settled the last war. You arc
Allowed to Name Delegate to
leading the ' people and workers to
Supreme Economic Council, another war." His Speech on, Government’s Policy and Part
ENORMOUS FLEET
They were Immediately hustled out
in View of Interest in Many Taken.at Peace .Conferee Awaited .With
Sonie Expectation That Document May Be Signed
BEARS RELIEF FOOD by attendants. Then a third woman,
Questions. attired In a long white cloak, in the Keen Interest—Has Delicate and
by Germany’s Representatives in Time to
same gallery, slowly arose and ...
The Daily Colonist, Victoria, February 22, 1893 The Daily Colonist, Victoria, February 22, 1893
Category Histories, Society & Organization, Obituaries, and 1 moreNewspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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CriUrofoi
COR. FOM&DOUGLAS STS
VOL. LXIX.-NO. 62 VfCTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA WEDNESDAY, EEBRUAEY 22, 1893.
THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR.
NJSW ADVKUTISKMKNTS.
HAWAIIAN MATTERS. UNION OR SEPARATION.
CAPITAL NOTES.
objected to an invit ition being
GENT. DISCOUNT
35 oxtonded on the ground that Mr. Charlton
Additional Correspondence Transmit* said ho waa an annexationiat. This point
Dominiou Rifle Association Hear au
lo cottneo as not raised this timo.
ted to tlie U- S. Congress by
------ „ , ....... ....... ,i splendid Important Statement From tlio
London, Fob. 21.—The Grand Orange
r permanent rcsldonce. Tho land President Harrison.
Minister of Militia. In Dllllcultles.
Lodge of Belfast has sent out a vehement
Toronto, Fob. 21.—C. M. Matthowa,
manifesto against Mr. Gladstone’s Homo
Aa tho holiday season is now over and wo havo an immonso stock front about 1'. foot by about 250 foot; nico
proprietor of tho Arlington hotel, is in
garden, fruit t -- - , -‘c., will soli for $1,80" — Minister Stevens is Afraid of English Rulo bill. Tho manifesto demands either
Various British Columbia Matters Be­ financial difficulties.
of Silvorwaro, Novelties and Clocks still on hand, wo havo decided to exchango for city p
iperty. E sy terms.
Influence Overpowering1 That union or separation from Great Britain.
Govern ment stroot. ______________ ...
The Daily British Colonist, Dec 16, 1861 The Daily British Colonist, Dec 16, 1861
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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V 1 CTOIt I A. VAN C O U VL 11 ISLAND. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16 , 1861
VOL. 7.
NOTICES.
IF OK. SALE-TO LET.
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The Daily Colonist, Nov 18, 1920 The Daily Colonist, Nov 18, 1920
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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WEATHER FORECASTS
COLONIST TELWHONU
Vleterte Md Vld»ltjr—Praah to kick
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NO. 288—SIXTY-SECOND YEAR
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1920
TWENTY-TWO PAGES
SERGEANT SHOT
RHALLIS HEAD OF WRANGEL TROOPS
INDIAN SITUATION
ISDANGEROUS
THE NEW MINISTRY SUFFER SEVERELY
DEAD IN COOK
LONDON, Nov. 17—In the
House of Commons, Hon. Ed­
ward Samuel Montagu, Secre­
tary of State for India, admitted IN LATE BATTLES
RULING IN GREECE
that a dangerous situation ex­
isted in that country, and said
that the Government there
Officer of Constabulary Is
would be left perfectly free to
take whatever steps it deemed Killed and His Assailan^
necessary in dealing with it.
Unexplained Change of Prime Ministers Has Ap­
Escapes — Four Escaping
LIEUT.-GOVERNOR ILL
parently Been Made—Possibilities of Constan­ Heroic Defence of Crimean Line Is Offered, and
Prisoners Killed in Clare
tine’s Return to Throne—Former King Many Men Are Slain—Disaster Caused by Out­
Owing to severe indisposition
CONCILIATION BOARD
Hi» Honor the Lieutenant-Gov­
flanking Movement Over Frozen Arm of
Makes Statement on Situation
ernor ...
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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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*.
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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, 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
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