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Coun Donnie Snooks Resignation Letter Coun Donnie Snooks Resignation Letter
Category Letters, and Correspondence
Date 2000's
Location Canada, and New Brunswick
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Brethren Evangelist,  July 22, 1896 No. 30 Brethren Evangelist, July 22, 1896 No. 30
Category Histories, Church, and Periodicals & Magazines
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
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A YODRO MAH’S EEL1GI0UB LIFE.
Business Department.
Rev. Charles H. Parkhurst, who is now
writing a helpful series of papers to young
men for the Ladies’ Home Journal, says i
The subscription price of the E vangelist
is $1.50 a year. In clubs of ten addressed ‘*1 recommend a young man to take
to one person, f 1 25 each ; clubs of twenty
good care of his-body, because it pays addressed to one person, fi.oo each
When the address of a paper is to be I recommend to him to go to school or to
changed, the old and new address should be
college, because it pays. I recommend
given
To the deserving poor the paper is sent at to him to interest himself in religion, be­
a
4i.oo year.
cause it pays, because it helps to make
Mistakes are made sometimes in the best
regulated offices, and we ask our agents and actual in him that which is possible, and
all interested to aid us in making necessary
feAKIflti
puts him in the way of accomplishing
corrections.
Remittances should be made payable by here upon the earth the true purposes of
Check, Draft, Postal Money Order, «...
Brethren Evangelist, November 1, 1900 No. 43 Brethren Evangelist, November 1, 1900 No. 43
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST
NOVEMBER 1.
The Atmosphere •fGMdnesa
Apply the test in any other way you choose. were baptized this afternoon (October 21). We
A thoroughly good man will emit saving give God the glory. Ours is the joy,"
What it your inner feeling toward the poor ?
influence as a coal of fire emits heat, or as a At Glen ford, Ohio, Brother Mackey held a few
toward missions ? toward every form of
meetings prior to a communion service and as a
diamond emits light. Tho he make no ser­ church work, and all the other activities of
result received six into fellowship with the church
righteousness ? Do yon find that your real
mon the right minded are edified by his com­ at that place. He also ordained brother E. D.
self, your spirit, is always in accord with the Burnworth to the full gospel ministry.
pany. Tho he utter no word of rebuke the
spirit of righteousness ? The Jones Mills, Pa., congregation makes a call
evil are uncomfortable in his presence.
for a pastor for the coming year. Those who de­
Virtue smiles to see him coming, vice to see
sire may correspond with either of the following
Jojrless Religion
him ...
Extra Journal, Springfield, Illinois, No. 2, May 1, 1843 Extra Journal, Springfield, Illinois, No. 2, May 1, 1843
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Illinois
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EXTRA JOURNAL.
Springfield, Illi Vo!. I-No. t
nois, May 1,181*3.
By S. Francis & Co.
n™TjouRMT~ Before we close this article, we will ask the REPUDIATION
and labored publication, it is $1 66. Let the
editor ot the Register in what country they
editors account for thiB discrepancy on their Put down in the city of Springfield .
Under the direction of tbe Whig State CentH Committee. can buy loaf and lump sugar for three cents;
responsibility as officers of the Stale. The The public are aware, from facts stated in
^SPRINGFIELD...fLLINOIS. cost of this article in Boston and Lynn is a- our last paper, that the election of city offi­
TUE REGISTER—JOHN CATALINECAL bout the amount of the specific duty, say from HOUN. cers, which took place last Monday, was de.
. MAY 1, 1843,
8 The Register for the few Jaet weeks has
1 25lo $1 66. This can be ascertained by cided on the question of REPUDIATING our
The Tariff^—Misrepresenta­
k'oking over a Boston or Lynn prices current. been engaged in denouncing a tariff to protect
city debt. -A few remarks will explain this
tions of ihc State Register.
The 6ame may be snid of coarse and fine the laborers of this country. Why is ...
Brethren Evangelist, August 23, 1899 No. 33 Brethren Evangelist, August 23, 1899 No. 33
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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August 23,1899
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The Sunday School to attack them. See Nehemlah 4 : - . The work was
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both pledge and evidence of the repossession of their
thus delayed for abuui Ilf teen years. It was at last
lost inheritance.
completed under the leadership of Haggai and Zcchar lah, Just seventy years after the destruction ot Solo­ So, a temple for his own indwelling God designed
LESSON FOK SEPTEMBER 8
mon’s temple, 586.
the soul to be. He endowed it with God-like quali­
(Editorial.)
ties, adorned it with graces which shine like precious
The Lefuwn Applied
Building the Temple.—Ezra 8: 10-13 ; * :1-5.
jewels even among its ruins. But it is a ruined tem­
/. To Each His Work .—The story of tbe re­
ple 1 Its sacred things have been put to the profane
building of the temple is full of interest and replete
The Text Explained
nses of the world. Its voice of prayer is restrained,
with practical suggestions and spiritual lessons. All
10 And when the builder* laid the foundation of
its most holy place disregarded ; tbe conscious pres­
the people joined in the work of rebuilding. In the
the temple of the Lord, they i«t the priests In their
ence of God seems ...
Brethren Evangelist, January 25, 1899 No. 4 Brethren Evangelist, January 25, 1899 No. 4
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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ASHLAND, O., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1899
No. 4
To Whom it May Concern
course such secondary considerations should not be al*
lowed to interfere with the prosperity of the church, but
On page 14, first column, of this issue, under Pub the poor fellow may have a family to support, and it is
lishers’ Announcement, the reader will find something
hard to give up one’s living without having another in
of special interest to him. The announcement referred
sight Upon the whole it is a difficult problem, and
to may not concern every reader of the
E ;
vangelist
ecclesiastical experience has found out but one expedient
we know it does not, and yet it may be of interest to
which furnishes anything like a satisfactory solution.
every reader of the paper. If you have not yet renew­
That experience is the intermediary between the pastof
ed your subscription, please do not fail to read the an­
and the church.
nouncement. Attention is called to the matter in this
Methodism provides for an arbitrary intermediary—
column so that those concerned will not overlook it.
the conference and the bishops—-who says ‘ 'to one man
It is something of too much importance to be passed ...
Brethren Evangelist, December 4, 1895 No. 48 Brethren Evangelist, December 4, 1895 No. 48
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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FROM THE GROTS CHUROH.
Church News. NOTES FROM TH8 WORKSHOP.
Brother J. W. Fitzgerald began a series
After a long silence I will chronicle a
of meetings at the Grove church, five
few notes. With not the best of health,
FROM BRIGHTON, IND.
miles south of Uniontown on Sunday,
and more work than we were really able
Brother Fox of Peru, Ind., came here
Nov. 17, and continued during the week.
to do, was the main cause of our delay.
to hold a two or three weeks meeting up
On Saturday eveing the writer came and
But, nevertheless, we are on praying
to date, November 24. He is still hold­
assisted in the meetings. When the invi­
ground, and interceding terms with our
ing forth the glad-tidings with power and
tation was extended one came out on the
Lord and Master,
we are happy to say his labors have not
Lord’s side, and during the morning ser­
Our charge at Roanoke is strong 'in
been in vain. I have made the good
vices another one stood up for Jesus and
faith, and working for the Master. On
choice and have said they would walk the
said by her words ...
Brethren Evangelist, July 31, 1895 No. 30 Brethren Evangelist, July 31, 1895 No. 30
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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weak, shall hold on their way in spite of
ple love a smiling face. And when peo­
Children’s Department.
thy lions,’ and with that he struck at the
ple look at you and form an opinion of
giant so hard that he killed him, and then
you, they don’t look down at your shoes,
UNOLE LOU WRITES TO THE OHILDKEH.
he said to the pilgrims: ‘Come now and
or at your clothes, or at your hat. No,
follow me and no hurt shall happen to
Dear Little Nielks ani> Nephews:— they look at your face, first. 1 wonder,—
When I was reading the Editor's letter to I wonder who has the prettiest face among you from the lions.*”
you in the last I began to "And so they had all their trembling
Evangelist, you.
wonder whether the little folks had not all and fright for nothing !” said Nellie.
"Beautiful faces are those that wear—
grown big, since there were no letters from "As most people do when they are
It matters little if dark or fair—
you. How well I can remember, yet, afraid of giants, instead of trusting their
Whole-souled honesty printed there."
when I ...
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Faucett, Medical Corps, U.s. Navy, Biography Rear Admiral Ralph E. Faucett, Medical Corps, U.s. Navy, Biography
Category Histories, and Family & Biographies
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Indiana
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REAR ADMIRAL RALPH E. FAUCET!1, MEDICAL CORPS, U. S, NAVY
1916
Ralph Eugene Faucett was born in Milton, Indiana, on July 28, ,
con of Cl::.rk W, and Iva Mabel ( Bertsch) Faucett, He attended Indiana
University, Indianapolis (Bachelor of Science, 1938) and Earlham College,
Earlham, Indiana (Bachelor of Arts, 1939), and returned to Indiana
University, from which he was graduated with the degree of Doctor of
Medicine in 19*12. He was commissioned Lieutenant (junior grade) in
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the Medical Corps of the U. S. Navy on January 1 , 19^3, and subsequently
1968
advanced in rank to that of Rear Admiral, to date from August 1, . ,
After grciduation from Indiana University School of Medicine on
December 20, 19^2, and his acceptance .of a commission in the Navy Medical
Corps, he interned at the U. S. Naval Hospital, Great lakes, Illinois,
lykb.
until January He was then assigned as Senior Medical Officer of the
Nav'y V 12 unit'at the University of Oklahoma at Norman, During March
l^kk and April he served as Assistant Medical Officer at the U, S. Naval
Training Center, Farragut, Idaho and in June of that year completed
instruction at the. Field Medical School at Camp Joseph Pendleton, Ocean­
side, California. As Battalion Surgeon, FIRST Battlion, TENTH Marines,
SECOND Marine Division ...
The Daily British Colonist, Victoria, September 27, 1861 The Daily British Colonist, Victoria, September 27, 1861
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NO. .
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 37, 1861.
YOL. 6.
NOTICES.
rOR. SALE-TO LET.
Important y«oM Nouth Cauoi.ima—Grow­ MISCELLANEOUS. _
THE BRITISH COLONIST ing Feaus op a Slave Uisiko.—Tho rumors of
negroes rising in^ large numbers further eastward, Stores to Let. NOTICK.
J. D. CARROLL,
come in daily thicker and faster, but so confused,
IS rUHLIBIIKD TN IlliKi:iltV C.IYKX TIIAS’ it. MCV
contradictory and evidently exaggerated by timid Wholesale Dealer autl Importer
i CAHSLANH Is not untlioi lzed tn do husii.eaa on
•EVERY avEOI?.3SrX3SrC3-,
and superstitious fears, that it is difficult io get iny uccotiut, us he is no longer in my employ.
uu uuction Koom,
anything out of them. Tho sudden and porten­
(Sundays Iixceptcd,)
sc2i______________________WJI. I*. SAVWABD.
tous apparition of the c jinet in the northern sky —ALSO—
AT VIOTOItlA. v. I.
some wecics ago, it now appears had much to do Wines and Liquors, Till': OFFICIiMut present occupied hy Messrs.
CAUTION.
with originating the alarm, and the supernatural Henderson u Hnrnnby, on Wharf street.
TEKJI.Hi 9 YATES STREET, VICTORIA, i the I flth of next month. iie:ici:iev c.vutioiv ae,i< b*i:j;so>s
dread ...
Music Library Association New England Chapter, No.40, December, 1978 Music Library Association New England Chapter, No.40, December, 1978
Category Directories, and Organizational
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New England
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MUSIC LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
NEW ENGLAND CHAPTER
Newsletter No. 40 pifh, December, 1978
REPORT ON THE FALL MEETING
The fall meeting of the Music Library Association, New England Chapter,
was held October 28, 1978, at Hartford Public Library. Attending were:
Ivy Anderson, Brandeis University; Mary Ankudowich, Smith College; Mary
Ashby, West Hartford; Ruth Bleecker, Boston Public Library; Dorothy Bognar,
University of Connecticut; Jean Bousquet, Berkshire Athenaeum; Patricia
Bunker, Connecticut State Library; Kathryn Burnett, Smith College; Julia
Crawford, Connecticut State Library; Robert Cunningham, Smith College;
James Estrada, Connecticut State Library; Sally Evans, Amherst College;
Patricia Fisken, Dartmouth College; Edith Godel, Western Connecticut State
College; Reina Hart, University of New Hampshire; Dena Janson, Rhode Island
College; Margaretta Keith, Lenox Library Association, MA; Daniel Lombardo,
Forbes Library, Northampton, MA; Robert Loud, Hudson Public Library, MA;
Gertrude Martin, Wheaton College; Vernon Martin, Hartford Public library;
Paula Matthews, Bates College; Kathleen Moretto, New Haven; Cynthia Pawlek,
Dartmouth College; Linda Paynton, Wheaton College; Ruth Raynor, Hartford
Public Library; Sylvia St. Amand, Springfield City Library; Joseph Scott,
University of Connecticut; Philip Youngholm, Connecticut College; Stephen
Yusko, Boston Public Library.
Following a greeting by Vernon Martin, Fine Arts ...
Daily Colonist, January 11, 1891 Daily Colonist, January 11, 1891
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's, and 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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, BOURCHIER,
bourchieer
I £ C&OFT &
I s CROFT &
si SVSALLETTE II MALLETTE.
VMrPOKI A, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, JAffl'A'KY 11 . L 891 . THIRTY-THIRD YUAR
VOL. LXV--NO. 26.
N. P. S nowdkn .
EUROPEAN GOSSIP. Heuly of Clonfert, It appears that the ON THE EYE OF BATTLE.
from Palos, on August 3rd, 1\92, of Chi iatc^
bishop while ou his visitation preached a
LOWENBERG, HARRIS & GO. 0N pher Columbus, on the voynge which i «
stroni; sermon against secret societies ; the
suited in the discovery of the islands of tl •
bishop Blept that night in the house of the
Western Hemisphere. Representatives of
The Unprccoilentcil Cold Snap iu General Miles Prepared to Attack the
First Series of Belieycrs’ Meetings purish priest, after ull hud retired kn un­
both America and Portugul have been
Eufrland Causinsr Great Suffering: known person fired a revolver into the Hostiles To-day—A Fierce Fight
(aaTABLiaHED .) placed on the committee thus created. In
isbs
Amoujf the Poorer t'lasseB. dining room, damaging a picture.
Anticipated. this city, the Huelva congress will be sup­
for British Columbia, will bo held, D.V., in
OERMAX BARRACKS WJRNKD. plemented by an exhibition of arts and in­
GOSPEL HALL,
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance (Fire, Life and Marine) Agentti, ...
Daily British Colonist, Aug 13, 1880 Daily British Colonist, Aug 13, 1880
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1880.
'Jbailyi PRINTING. MISCELLANEOUS.
TENDERS. STOCKS AND MINES. 6
(Stolonisf. INSURANO .
DYSENTERY, CHOLERA FEVER
PHOENIX FIRE ASSURANCE CO
ESQUIMAU DRYDOGK. STOTIOIl.
- AGUE, COUGHS, COLDS.
PUBUSHED EVERY DAY, EXCEPT MONDAY.
OF LONDON.'
C APTAIN WILLIAM MOORE, OF VICTORIA, B.
DU. J. COLLIS BROWNE’3 - C., haring mado an assignment of th« whole ot
B y D. W.*HIQQ|NS. Location of Works, North Fork of Quesnolle River. EltTlBtUUXO, . , . 1 T 82 .
his real and personal property to' Messrs. W. tVSay "(Ex Army Medical Stall.)
ward and Chas. Hayward, la trust for tho whole body : i - UNLIMITED LIABILITY. ; .:
^JLONIST BUILDING —aoTOUiMBXT Street, rmsi
OH LOR ODY3VE NOTICE.
of his creditors, notioe U hereby given to all. persons
Dcoe North or run 1 'ost Office.
BRITISH
Tuesday, lOth -Ausrust, ■ who are Indebted to said estate that they are re\uired
milERE ARE DELINQUENT UPON THE FOL IS THE ORiaiNAL AND ONLY CENU 1 NF,
to pay the amount* due forthwith; and a!l who. hav f OSSES PAID, OVER T.WEIVE U1LL10 .
At the DOUGLAS HOUSE, VICTORIA, for supply­ I lowing described stock on "» - --------- .
Terms— I A . any claim* against tbs jsald e«tat« an re\uired ...
Brethren Evangelist, October 19, 1899 No. 41 Brethren Evangelist, October 19, 1899 No. 41
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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Ootober 19, 1899
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of all strangers, and to the officers for their
on Program, C. L. Henney, J. D. Solomon,
May the Lord make us all truly stewards
efficient labors, and to our worthy organist
C. M. Reynolds; Executive committee, Wal­
that the College, the Publishing House and
for the faithful service at the instrument, and
ter Clark, J. P. Rench, John Shank.
Brothers Talley and Lyon may not have to
for the ’ assistance rendered by other Chris­
Every Christian Worker and His Reward,
"abase.” Not long since a missionary in
tians. J. G.
W iney ,
J. H. English, Sister Bachelor, J. G. Winey.
T* G.
this city had to "abase” to the base extent
J. H. E ,
nglish
Christ's Mission on Earth, English and
of helping act as horse in the moving of his
S E .
amuel nglish
others. Man’s Mission on Earth, J. G.
household goods—they being loaded on a one
Report of treasurer of conference made
Winey and others. The Spiritual Condition
horse wagon and pulled by hand. The man,
and accepted.
of the Church and How to Promote It, Al­
the church and the Master suffered in
Report of secretary made and accepted.
bert ...
The British Daily Colonist, Feb 7, 1860 The British Daily Colonist, Feb 7, 1860
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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ITISH COLONIST.
VOL. 3. VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7 1860.
, NO. 25 .
THE BRITISH COLONIST. aware from other sources of information, the LANGLEY BROS.,
A. MAKTIN il - BRO. 1FIKST I'BEMIPIH AOAIH,
officers of the French Navy have recently
ESIALE I) K A L K It 8
been cultivating friendly intercourje. The nnd i’rovlslone, have forfftle ivr. BACH’S
18 P 0 »LI 8 HE 1 > IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
JUST ARRIVED l’Elt NAIltjlUvEAG,
poor Aeaditins would net be of much seivice
On TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATUR­ ftO boxes raiainE; BILLIARD FACTORY,
to an invader, but taken in connection with
20 firkins butter;
DAY MORNINGS,
the Catholic influence and the more numer­ 6C bbl' pilot brend (S ru Francisco baked) Front street, N. AT. cor. of Jackson,
ENGLISH & FOREIGN
AT VICTORIA, V. I. 00 boxes cundles
ous and not quite so degenerate Trench HAS rRAHClSCO.
300 mats rice;
A. DE COSMOS, Proprietor. breed of Lower Canadians, their existence 1W) cases pepper;
X> 3FL XT S , 100 boxes soup; rrinntirJI'iPEIiSiIn llercb>' ,akcs pleasure tv
Gc
helps to furnish forth one of those ideas
4 cases llutli bricks; lOM-M inM . P.l1’11? u.n
Daily British Colonist, Feb 9, 1875 Daily British Colonist, Feb 9, 1875
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, MITISH COLIIMBIA, SIWDAV MOBNIJTG, FEBRUARY 6,1876.
&tt.
I get married and have children I’ll
gojsta!.
J?;uljr|jicittsh (Mottiat.
send them to you.’
His persistency and flattery deserv: ■ Comox, British Columbia.
PUBHiHtHVIHf DAY. MONDAY EXCEPTIP. ed some encouragement, but I was POSO* OFFICE! NOTICES. AiUi CtAljf* AGTHK KSTATK OF .
July* Rueff mnijt bo aout in tp, tho updcrelciied
determined .to hold out to the;, last
before the 1st of Tetmary next, or they will ba 'dl*.J! Ut
DAVID W. Kioams, Propriotor. FARM TO LET.
ditch. He shut up his razor with a •llqwed. JL.LOWENBE'
Arrival and Closing: of Mails at Victoria.
' AdmiiilBtrator.'
C ONTAINING 100 ACBICS, HOBS OR LKSS,
quick, vexed motion, tossed it on the
situated at the head of navigation, close to tbs
MAILS. ARRIVE. Dlsisolution of Partnership. J "
Btand regardless of damages, and he School and within 100 j»rds of a good ohuroh. Land OLOSl.
second to none at Comox. Barn and Shed on the Canada, Gruat Britain) aE COPARTN’KHSHIP IIL’ltinol'OBI
r
TERMS—INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. smiled maliciously as .he got down his About the 4th, 14th and)
bank of the Itlvor Two branch Hoads lead from the About the 10th, 20...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, May 18, 1886 Daily British Colonist, Victoria, May 18, 1886
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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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 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, 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, August 19, 1892 Daily Colonist, August 19, 1892
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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YOL. LXVIIL-XO 57 THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR.
VICTORIA, BEITISH COLUMBIA PE [DAY AUGUST 19, 1892.
SEW ADVJSUTISKMJSNTS.
Caucasus to own or rent petroleum wells. CAPITAL NOTES. BRITISH HOME TROUBLES CABLE NEWS.
A. W. JONES & BRIDGMAN
It is allegod that tho business of oil produc­
F OR SALK—Tlio furnlturo of a amull liouao,
nil now; price 9150. Address tion huB been gradually falling into the
UOLONI8T ofllce. ____________________aulO
hands of the Jews, some of whom have re­
Italy Appoints Her Representative^ The Premier’s Condition Serious—His
alize! considerable profit.
S housemaid or dining i
tlie lieliriiig Sea Arbitra­ Recovery Only Partial—Absolute
L ondon , Aug. 18.—The weather and the
. hotol, in town. Apply r(
IREFUL, ESTATE,
tion Hoard. Rtst Required.
earthquakes aro dominant topics of conver­
CAPTURED AND HELD.
sation throughout England. Tho interest
Fire, Life, and Financial Agents
■WA. 3 ^TED
takon in these manifestations of nature is
Hon. Mr. Blake Siuigume of the Early Ottima Celebrates its Civic Holiday
overshadowing that felt in ...
Daily Colonist, Sep 19, 1891 Daily Colonist, Sep 19, 1891
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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MME, SARA
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KERR &. BEGG’S BOOKSTORE.
THIRTY-THIRD YEAR.
VICTOBIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1891.
YOL LXYI.-NO. SB.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
a baton with which throughout the greater part of the voyage.
N. P. Snowden. A. DISGUSTING SCANDAL.
U. R. H arris . CANADIAN NEWS,
Passed two schooners steering for the coast,
LOWENBERC, HARRIS & CO. W ANIKD —A SOLICITOR —Aro yt..
on the 10th und 17th inst. Made fust at
Hustlor ? If so. we want you. A good
opening for tlio right poraon. Good wages. Firndl«li Cruelly 111 a IC uhh I iiii Prison.| outer wharf, Victoria, at !) a.m.”
Cftnadiai Co-Operattvo Supply Co., 00 Yatos The Tide of Public ■ Opinion Turning Glasgow Poor House Officials Sell tho
St. P eter * huro , Sept. 17.—Horrible dis­
Stroot. Bulf*
in Favor of Premier Bodies of Deceased Paupers to
closures we-e made at a recent trial in The weather, in Japan, has been bad for
(ESTABLISHED 18S8.)
"IXrANTEI)--Economical mon to join ou Mercier. Medical Students,
Kieff, arising from the death of a prisoner months past, und tho outlook for tho rice
VV Watch und Clothe* Clubs; It Bavo* yoi
crop is the reverse of favoruble.
lots of money. Co-oporativo plan. Ono dolla in the ...
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 ...
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 ...
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.
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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.
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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’...