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Brethren Evangelist, June 12, 1895 No. 23 Brethren Evangelist, June 12, 1895 No. 23
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
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perintendent and secretary, and these are
by it you can attract attention anti picture
SOME HEW THINGS IS S. 8. WOKK. ,
expected to make frequent visits among
more clearly the object of the lesson.
CLARA NI Eli El..
the class. The first duty of the visitor is
2. • The normal branch is one impor­
Being appointed by the general com to visit the families of his district and so­
tant to be considered. Of this there
mlttee to have a paper on the subject of licit membership. This can be done by
should be two classes, one of scholars
“Something New inS, S. Work/’ I fed that explaining the plans and purpose of the
comjietent to teach ; another, of teachers
this is more than shouUl be expected of one work and kindly urging them to join.
to prepare the lesson. In every school
who has had so little experience in the He shall give to each one joining, free of '
there are vacancies to be filled ; for in no
work as I. Nevertheless, Sunday-school charge a quarterly, a card for individual
school will each teacher be present every
work in my mind is the most pleasant report, a certificate ...
Brethren Evangelist, August 26, 1896 No. 35 Brethren Evangelist, August 26, 1896 No. 35
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
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*s the only missing link in the chain. All
—Japan is said to have spent $900, Items of Interest.
the remaining children followed their
‘000,000 in constructing railroads, tele­
father to his last resting place. He was
graphic and cable lines, and in establish­
76 years, 7 month, and 1 day old. Had
__ The famous Hoffman House bar in
ing banks during the present year.
been a member of G. B. and Brethren
New York City has been a great detri­
—The German press of the country is
Church for forty-five years.
ment to the wealthy. We are glad that
almost unanimously in favor of the gold
He had endeared to him by his quiet,
it has been closed. The hard times and
standard, and there is very little doubt
consistent and txeruplary'life many warm
the Raines bill together are the cause of
that the German vote will be almost sol­
friends, as evidenced by the large funeral
its closing.
idly on the same side of the currency
procession. The church has lost one of
__ We notice that all the eulogies which
question.
its most esteemed members, and humani­
have been written on Gov. Russell dwell
—The first bale of Georgia cotton, ...
The Daily British Colonist, Sep 4, 1861 The Daily British Colonist, Sep 4, 1861
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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YOL. G.VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1861. NO. 74.
— . NOTICES.
PTJELIC NOTICES.
fob sale to let
THE BRITISH COLOAT 1ST' "
T O LET,
fTS "rs
Old ho-s !’■' spil r.ppr, “ mctliinks NOTICE.
non the J 11 1o, iois (i)V(H I19IEI1C i telly.
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ilon’l print any verses alnur my ilulli in the
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nev.-soimers, f..r if yon I'll In, tint ye
.
(xol. Cross Lost—$10 Uev/iir.J!
“ IVuple !’> fi - i I tIn; .Ink.-, • I (ili,nt! can
save you from you bloody pnut ! II,,; a peck
Till* Tl,«. IIoiiM- IK.IISI- eot eo» H'ii 11-11 HIW ». 4 ms MIS m: m I il.e uj.per lliit iu (I-i ,\ f.AKfiJi coiiA OttffSN, WffTW A
of oats !'* TIii* oats was brought. ;ind tint Juke ( „ll|ilr„c,ioll ofll W|,„0M l;nml
boldly mo IIII t i a ...
The Brethrens Evangelist, May 14, 1884 No. 20 The Brethrens Evangelist, May 14, 1884 No. 20
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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THE BRETHREN’S EVANGELIST.
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Mwlad by Ann Bfckw.
apt to make a stir. Some people hold on to one Diotrephes and Demetrius, and an uproar "Occupy Till I Come."
IT 1 A void.
old ways, not because they are in the right, was the result. Their “craft” was in danger,
If 1 were a votoe, a persuasive rolfl*, but because to abandon it, would be acknowl- and meetings with little less confusion than
That could travel the wide world through, edging that they were wrong, and they are too that at Ephesus, and with seemingly more The blessed Savior once spake this parable:
1 wooM fly on tbe beam* of tbe morning light.
l>roiid to do this. The way of life Paul point­ success, were held. “A certain nobleman went into a far country,
And apeak to men with ■ gentle migbt,
ed out stirred up considerable opposition. The love of power, (he secret desire to rule, to receive for himself a kingdom, and to re*
And tel] them to lie true.
Verse 24. — iMmetrius. The first and last is as contrary to the teachings of the Gospel turn. And be called his ten servants and de­
I'd By, I’d flj, o’er ...
Brethren Evangelist, January 5, 1898 No. 1 Brethren Evangelist, January 5, 1898 No. 1
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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s BRETHREN EVANGELIST
had to be carried to the halls of the legisla­
have long ago passed thro this stage and the
log been an entire success. We recognize the
ture on a mattress) in tones of thunder that
troubles here referred to are among us things
fact that the enthusiasm of such meeetings is
teemed to echo and re-echo thro the Com­
of the past and live in memory only. W$
something that can not be put on paper.
sympathize with the church that is now pass­ monwealth from center to circumference,
ing thro the period which has left for us offered this resolution which was carried
T week of prayer is being observed by
he
the Ashland City church. Services each some very unpleasant memories. May the
with enthusiasm, ‘‘Resolved, That Illinois
evening during the week. Sung, prayer, right speedily triumph.
will be honest." She paid her debts, and to­
Bible readings, and talks by the members,
day is one of the most prosperous and
THE FIVE HUNDRED
constitute the services.
wealthy states in the union. Brethren, in
Perhaps our readers have already grown
the name of God whose we are and whom
No one interested in the ...
Brethren Evangelist, February 10, 1897 No. 6 Brethren Evangelist, February 10, 1897 No. 6
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
church. Fortune began to smile upon him.
the love of money, so common as to al­
under the shado.w of these much abused
Than he, who was that shrinking fellow,
most escape notice, and almost so stupen­
and perverted phrases we hide the hideous,
there was no one who became a more
dous as to escape perfect survey, appears
grasping monster of covetousness, and by
efficient, beneficent servant of the Lord.
as chief. I realize that some people love
means of them turn God’s plain words,
****** Better than splendid
evil, that many are careless and indiffer­
spoken by inspired prophets, into an idle
gate of Corinthian brass is such a door of
ent, that a great number lack spirituality,
tale.
courteous welcome. It ought to stand at
that a woeful number are ignorant of
But the fact remains that the church to­
the entrance of every church and Sunday*
God’s Word, and by far the greatest ma­
day all too largely has been engulfed in
school. It can. Are you opening for
jority are unconsecrated, or only partly
the world’s whirlpool of covetousness.
any body the door Beautiful ?”
consecrated, which amounts to the same ;
...
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 ...
Brethrern Evangelist, May 29, 1895 No. 21 Brethrern Evangelist, May 29, 1895 No. 21
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
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V
8UC-AUHUA1 REPOET
of Treasurer of the Sisters' Society Chris­ QUARTERLY
tian Endeavor, April, 1895 :
Ankenytown, O., t 2 00
ANNOUNCEMENT
South Bend, Ind., 4 10
A Sister, Orphan Fund, 50 00
Brighton, Ind.,
1 38
OF
Fair View, Ind., 4 60
Ashland, O., 1 70 Sunday ♦ School * Literature.
Marcus, la.,
1 So
Warsaw, Ind., 1 70
Woodland, Mich., 1 00
Harrisonburg, Va.,
3 40
Ridgely, Md., 90
Meyersdale, Pa.,
3 20 D ear F riends :
Nappanuee, Ind., i 30
Again we come to you with our regular quarterly announcement of Sunday-school
New Troy, Mich., 1 50
supplies. For the third quarter, beginning July 1895, our supplies are, with a few ex­
Cornell, III.,2 00
ceptions, practically the same as'before.
Milledgeville, 111 .,
3 00
1. The B and Y ’ Quarterlies will have three pages of Bible Dic­
rethren outh s
Loree, Ind.,1 00
tionary^ giving full description of the different words and names used in the lessons.
Miamasburg, O.,2 00
Besides there will be three pages of very valuable and practical information for the ■
Liberty, Va., 1 88
teacher and pupil. The most improved methods of Sunday-school work, and the
Annie Emmert, Md., 1 00
most practical suggestions will be found in this department. These six pagps alone
Gravelton, Ind., 1 90
are worth the price of the quarterly—four.cents. The C on the text, the
omments
Milford, Ind.,
5 20
L T , the Q , and M matter will ...
Brethren Evangelist, October 28, 1896 No. 43 Brethren Evangelist, October 28, 1896 No. 43
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
IS
paid for by the International Tract So­
—A Belgian inventor has devised an immense
crabs and other shell fish There are 24,000
ciety, which intends to make a specialty lamp, such as has probably never been seen be­
bushels of potatoes sold in New York daily, the
fore. The lamp is composed of 3,000 pieces. It
of the sailors along the river front during yield of a 90,000-acre farm per year, the aggre­
is 6 feet high, and measures 3 feet, 10 inches in
gate value to the tubers being $13,000,000. Oth­
the coming summer. The boat is 30 feet
diameter. It is fed with lard oil,'and the con­
er vegetables are consumed in like proportions.
long and has an oak keel and ribs and
sumption is very small, its light being so powerful
There are 70,000 bushels of wheat (flour) eaten
planking of red and white cedar. She
that one may read by it at a distance of 600 feet.
every week, besides large quantities of oatmeal,
has a beam of nine and a half feet. Her
buckwheat flour and cornmeal. The quantities ol
—The invention of the organ is very ancient,
provender always on hand (the perishable goods
cabin is 12 feet long and ...
Brethren Evangelist, April 15, 1896 No. 16 Brethren Evangelist, April 15, 1896 No. 16
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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brethren evangelist .
thing which the world cannot supply. The subscribers, a $6.00 Bible. For twelve
HEBE AND THERE,
Bible tells us what this something is and subscribers, a 1 7.50 Bible.
Men who are otherwise very brave are
how we may secure it. It tells us of sin
oftimes moral cowards.
BETTER YET.
and of estrangement from God j it tells us
In addition to the above very liberal
how we may return and find fellowship The present is a time when, as tiever
commission, we offer the following valu­
and sweet re. t with the Father ; it tells the before, leaders of men are demanded who
able premiums!
have the courage of their convictions.
story of how Jesus came into this world,
1. The one sending us the largest
and lived and taught and died and rose
number of the 600 subscribers will receive Policy,—This is the entrapping delu­
from the dead. It has a message for all;
as a premium either a £25 set of the Stan­ sion. What does not surrender to policy?
for the sin-sick and the burdened soul; for
And in the vain hope of success how many
dard Dictionary, or the famous Dorcas,
the heart that rejoices in the ...
News Update, Southeast Conference, United Church of Christ, Charmaine Johnson, March 2011 News Update, Southeast Conference, United Church of Christ, Charmaine Johnson, March 2011
Category Histories, and Family & Biographies
Date 2000's
Location United States, and Louisiana
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Brethren Evangelist, March 29, 1899 No. 13 Brethren Evangelist, March 29, 1899 No. 13
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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March 29, 1899
BRETHREN EVANGELIST
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republic in which legislation and the ex­
signed to change the course of life, but
thing to damn his soul! It is ordained
ecution of laws is accomplished by rep­
some of them are and do thus change the of God that some one must freeze, some
resentatives chosen by the people.
course of life. The same is true in civil one must starve, some one must sit in
Therefore the form of government based
government and in this the adage ap­
shame* for nakedness, some mother's
on the republic seems to be the legiti­
plies, “man proposes but God disposes.” hopes must be crushed, some wive’s
mate outgrowth of God’s will in govern­
Governments are checked in their un­ hearts must break and bleed. Let only
ment, not that he approves all features
righteous course and reforms are brought
those who love to see men transformed
and details of the present republican
in sometimes when the righteous are be­ into demons, and fond wives and chil­
governments, but in them are the essen­
come discouraged and would gladly lay dren suffer hell below, mouth it! A ne­
tial elements of God’s methods of ...
Brethren Evangelist, November 13, 1895 No. 45 Brethren Evangelist, November 13, 1895 No. 45
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Ohio
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BRETHREN EVANGELIST.
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Our Dead.
—It is said that Bill Nye, the humorist,
Items of Interest.
was egged at Paterson, N. J., on the
evening of Oct. 29, because when he ap­
ROBERTS.—In the Bethel congrega-'
—Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Miss­
peared on the rostrum to fill an engage­
tion, Perry county, Ohio, sister Amanda
issippi, North and South Carolina and
ment to lecture he was silty drunk. Since
Roberts departed this life October 21,
Tennessee have by far the smallest num­
that time he is utterly broken down, on
1895. She was born October 35, 1849.
ber of saloons in proportion to popula­
account of the disgrace, and has canceled
The days of her pilgrimage on earth num­
tion.
all his engagements to lecture. He de­
bered 45 years, 11 months, and 26 days.
—The center of the area of the United clares he will never appear on the stage
Sne was a faithful and earnest Christian,
States, Alaska excluded, is in the North­ again.
and a member of the Bethel church from
ern part of Kansas. According to the
its organization. She leaves a daughter,
—The city of Keokuk, Iowa, has pass­
last census, the center of population is
parents and two brothers to mourn their
ed ...
The Daily British Colonist, Apr 29, 1861 The Daily British Colonist, Apr 29, 1861
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NO. 112.
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND, MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1861.
VOL. 5.
G-ROCEBXES, etc .
MISCELLANEOUS. 2STOTICES.
THE BRITISH COLONIST j «RSSS3*2r2S,&
;,
WOTICE, martin bros
in ruiiLiRHEK i P aris , Feb. 21—7 a . m .
TO PAINTERS !
EVBHY MOBNX3STG, ; Neither the Syrian question, nor the fall jTo Carpenters and Builders.
Wliolesole Grocers,
(Sumlnvs Kxccpted,) J of Gooin. nor the American question, nor the
I riiuMiniKM h i i.i; isi -: kkcui vijd un j Homan question, which is getting worse, nor JL til 'J'DlisUAV, the .‘iiitli inM., lor certain Mason
V I CTO I! I J 11
Wliarf Street, Victoria, V. I,
A LARGE INVOICE OF ami ItricklaverV. Carpenter's, I’ainlcr's and (jliiziur’s
I even M. Litgueronniere’s pamphlet, now nc and rinxtnitVs Work necessary tor the erection ol'a
T K 1UIKI
| copies the attention of the public. Every Suburban JieMdence on tlie .South side ot Janies'
CAN PAINTS!
v-"r 3lcW- ................. J thing is forgotten in the great event of the liav.
ri ill A 1ST I.I!Al'I.\r; KliTCItim)
Tenders will lie received either for the whole work
Fur Htx Months,
n 'r" i !!!!!"! I day—the arrest anil imprisonment of M O. liom.San l'lanciscu with a new mill ...
The Daily British Colonist, Mar 12, 1861 The Daily British Colonist, Mar 12, 1861
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NO. 138.
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1861.
VOL. 6.
1 STOTICES.
JFOR SALE — TO LET.
GBOCERItS, ETC A bout C ourtship .—W o clip the follow­
THE BRITISH COLOA'IST
ing racy bit of ndvice to girls from » late
GLAWWIIV, TAKCFLL & CO., For T-.e;if=e. Notice to Carpenters and Builders.
18 PUI 1 LIBIIKI 1
Eastern paper. The writer professes to lie riiHIC ___ .... IIOVA1. v i• norm, IIOTHJ, A>1» >« IE KMT AU*
a a
EVERY MOENING,
JL rant rani in Efiiummll lor lease ou liberal lurnis.
a widow who ha-) outlived three husbands, IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
(Sundays Excepted,)
XX. .New Westminster. The 1’laus nnd Spedllcutious
JOil N J. com It AN 10 ,
AT VICTORIA. V . I. and therefore ought tc know fcoiouiniog
Land Apent. limy be seen at the Ollioc ol tin* nmliMsiL’iied
wiiiunr & sandkks .
(ioveriimeat ctre»t.
about ilie subject oil which she descants: 11 oil 1
TKIlHHi
WHOLESALE -)KA I.THH 1TJ
Per Annum, In advance, by Mull,.................*10 00 About accepted swenthearls, pirls, and * nnK cor. ot Yates and Luuxley- street.
for Six Months, ............................................. 6 00
how to treat them. Ah ! there, now, I nure FOR SALE,
Pur Week, payable to the Currier, .............. 23 NOTICE.
Groceries and Provisions,
the advantage of you. I have been ihrouuh
Slnitlo Copies. ................................................. ...
The Daily Colonist, Apr 29, 1920 The Daily Colonist, Apr 29, 1920
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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NO. 116—SIXTY-SECOND YEAR
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 29,. 1920
TWENTY PAGES
PENSIONS MATTER
TREATMENT OF IRISH PRISONERS
SOVIETS REPORT
MAKING PROGRESS ON SUPPRESSION
DETAINED AT WORMWOOD SCRUBS
BERLIN, April 28. — The
Moscow Izvestiya, a copy of.
which has been received here,
prihts the last instalment of the'
TAKEN UP IN HOUSE OF COMMONS
report of the extraordinary
Special Committee Deals With Recommendations
commission, appointed for com­
Remaining Clauses Are Dealt
Offered by Great War Veterans* Association—
batting the counter-revolution
during 1918 and 1919. In this With in Committee and Bill
Seven of Clauses Are Disposed of—End of
period the commission arrested
Is Reported — “Narcotic"
128,000 persons, of which 21,032
Pensions Inquiry Is Near
were accused of counter-revolu­
BRITISH BUDGET
Drugs Specified ,
Mr. T. P. O’Connor Couples It With Threatened
tionary crimes, 19,873 of of­
fences committed as officials,
PASSESCOMMONS
Strike at Liverpool—Home Secretary Shortt
8,367 of speculation and 9,514
MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE
for expressing anti-governmen­
Declares Government Will Not Be Moved
SHIPPING BILL
tal opinions.
LONDON, April 28.—Austen
FIND GRIEVANCE OF MEN by Any Threats' of Strikes *
The persons shot aggregated
...
Daily British Colonist, Feb 9, 1875 Daily British Colonist, Feb 9, 1875
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA, MITISH COLIIMBIA, SIWDAV MOBNIJTG, FEBRUARY 6,1876.
&tt.
I get married and have children I’ll
gojsta!.
J?;uljr|jicittsh (Mottiat.
send them to you.’
His persistency and flattery deserv: ■ Comox, British Columbia.
PUBHiHtHVIHf DAY. MONDAY EXCEPTIP. ed some encouragement, but I was POSO* OFFICE! NOTICES. AiUi CtAljf* AGTHK KSTATK OF .
July* Rueff mnijt bo aout in tp, tho updcrelciied
determined .to hold out to the;, last
before the 1st of Tetmary next, or they will ba 'dl*.J! Ut
DAVID W. Kioams, Propriotor. FARM TO LET.
ditch. He shut up his razor with a •llqwed. JL.LOWENBE'
Arrival and Closing: of Mails at Victoria.
' AdmiiilBtrator.'
C ONTAINING 100 ACBICS, HOBS OR LKSS,
quick, vexed motion, tossed it on the
situated at the head of navigation, close to tbs
MAILS. ARRIVE. Dlsisolution of Partnership. J "
Btand regardless of damages, and he School and within 100 j»rds of a good ohuroh. Land OLOSl.
second to none at Comox. Barn and Shed on the Canada, Gruat Britain) aE COPARTN’KHSHIP IIL’ltinol'OBI
r
TERMS—INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. smiled maliciously as .he got down his About the 4th, 14th and)
bank of the Itlvor Two branch Hoads lead from the About the 10th, 20...
Daily Colonist, Nov 25, 1904 Daily Colonist, Nov 25, 1904
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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IF YOU WANT.
Goa!
Household
To Buy or Bell Real Estate, try
a Classified Ad. la the Colonist HALL & WALKER,
SHE GEKT 08£ WORD OSE ISSUE.
xe» GGVSUIHMEJTT ST.. PIIOPCK S*.
VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1904. FORTY -SIXTH YEAR,
VOL. xcil, NO. 140. ■
iSWITZERLAND ACCEPTS. . GERMAN RED CROSS.
Dominion
Confidence
Berlin, Nov. 24.—Tho German Red
Berne, Nov. 24.—The president of
Cross Society has prepared another sani­
Swiss confederacy lias -informed tho Am­
tary train. The train will proceed to the
erican minister to Swit\erland that lie News Notes
So Roosevelt frontier in n fow days, where it will be
accepts, in principle, President Rooso turned over to the Russian officials. A
velt’s invitation to bo represented at Tho
similar train went to Manchuria* fort­
Hague conference.
night ago.
GREEK STEAMER MISSING.
CHICAGO TAILORS WRECK SHOP
Liberal Convention In Toronto Appeal in Hendry vs. Terminal
Archbishop of Canterbury Voices
Constantinople, Nov. 24.—1Tho Greek
steamer Elpis, long overdue, is now re­ Chicago, Nov. 24.—Ono woman and Kailway Dismissed Yester.
Move for Appointment of
Britain’s Opinion of the
garded us lost. It is believed slio sunk seven men were arrested for riotous con­
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President. in a ...
Daily Colonist, Jul 3, 1897 Daily Colonist, Jul 3, 1897
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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I NVEST AT UOXK.-Why
20 CENTS A WEEK (Colonist. Invent In Kooienay when
there are as many good pro­
positions waiting capital to
develop them near home?
And as good or better than
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anything there. I can tell
you good claims at Tesada,
Al.ierul and elsewhere at low
prices, T homab K itchin ,
at your door every morning
Nanaimo, B.C.
FORTIETH YEAH
VOL. LXXVIIL-NO. 20
VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY JULY 5 1897
HIGH LIFE
NELSON POLICE AFFAIRS. [Mi
WATCHES.
Constable McKinnon Receives Deserved
CIGARETTES. Promotion— Whv Woods’ Pistol
Missed Fire.
July 2.—(Special) — George The Whole Native Community Had
N elson ,
.— irfi have them —■
Notice That Oilicials Would
Armstrong, warden of the Westminster
Contain No Odor of Nicotine. Be Killed.
jail, left here this evening with the con
THE NEWEST AND BEST.
Do Not Stain tile Fingeru . . demned murderer Wood and some other
And Retain Fire. . . ' . . . prisoners. Woods is taking things
tch that
Warning Letter to the Commits
get a good new quietly. A look at the pistol which he
: will cost to k ---- AT MORRIS’. sioner—Attitude of the Natives
snapped a number of times at the con'
the old one in repair. We will allow
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The Daily Colonist, Feb 17, 1870 The Daily Colonist, Feb 17, 1870
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VOL. 23. & fttifoatA. v.l. ;'C!OI;UkBIA, THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 17 , 1870 .
NO. '54.
Shipping.
Medical. Business Cards.
THE BRITISH COLONIST and New Westjainster, Nanainjo,. a^d euoli "Wants, &c.
otfaGr\placea tViiiy re^u1rdvBi)ioh SerVlee,
PUBLISHED DAILY BY NO'i’IClU.
11 Whatever encoUvtageajen», advantages,
OOVlillKESS.,
DAVID W. HIGGINS IlIJUMVN I1AV CO’N HAKK PRINCE iSuy It and Try It !
and ■ prolectlbn' ara f^'mde^ by Xyer’s Sarsaparilla,
TyANTKI»-A SITUATION BY A YODNG
of Wuita, AJiimsou, from Loudon. Neither
mision GovernmBnt to the Tulveries , ..‘••lyaB GeverutSB, either as daily, or to reBids
tho Captain nor the undorslgued will bo rc IFOM riHim.Mi TIIE ULOOB. i^TJssauijij’s »ltn the family, where Blie woulil be considered ouu ol
of fcny or its Provinew,, shall, be, M|eoded .pouslblo for auj debts contracted by the crow ot tho
the eamo. Addrefs •• COLONIST,”at this olllco. (all lm
TERMS ; above vessel. HUDSON KAY COMPANY.
in similaVprop'ortibn To’'British C6lumoia,
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according to na’^tiqlflriffitbla Tor ‘tfie 'tittci Victoria, V I, Jau 25,1870.
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being.
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The Daily Colonist, May 7, 1870 The Daily Colonist, May 7, 1870
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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THE
^nfo'ftixtoria €|rartitlt
VICTORIA V. I.H BRITISH DOT UMBlA, SATURDAY MORN IMG, MAY 7. 1870.
NO 121.
VOL. 24.
Miscellaneous.
IHJ5 liRiMSH COLONIST Hotels, Saloons, &c. Shipping
Medical. BusiQQss Cards.
! CUR.ES AND COMFORT FOR Suy
published daily by Ayer’s T It and Try It ,’ ISteamer ON VVAK1),
royalhotel
DAVID W .V HIGGINS THE BED-RIDC&r*.
VVU IIF STREET, VICTORIA,V. I„ B. 0.
a
CAP*. WiU IKVING,
E=5.'Cr£SiS33LiJ’s
Opposite tbo Stoitubo U Landing. ^Estabbshed ku 1358
.air. Holloway’s OiuDment;
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Daily Colonist, August 19, 1892 Daily Colonist, August 19, 1892
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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> Contains tho latest >
I
Foreign. American and^ >
Canadian TelCKraphic Nowb;
Also tho 10 lnfcBt intcBt Locnl Local anc' and
\
Provincial _____ oinl Nows Nows from from Iktilg €®l0ni%L
Thoroughly reliable sources. (
\ SEND IT TO YOUR FRIEND in tha EAST, j
YOL. LXVIIL-XO 57 THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR.
VICTORIA, BEITISH COLUMBIA PE [DAY AUGUST 19, 1892.
SEW ADVJSUTISKMJSNTS.
Caucasus to own or rent petroleum wells. CAPITAL NOTES. BRITISH HOME TROUBLES CABLE NEWS.
A. W. JONES & BRIDGMAN
It is allegod that tho business of oil produc­
F OR SALK—Tlio furnlturo of a amull liouao,
nil now; price 9150. Address tion huB been gradually falling into the
UOLONI8T ofllce. ____________________aulO
hands of the Jews, some of whom have re­
Italy Appoints Her Representative^ The Premier’s Condition Serious—His
alize! considerable profit.
S housemaid or dining i
tlie lieliriiig Sea Arbitra­ Recovery Only Partial—Absolute
L ondon , Aug. 18.—The weather and the
. hotol, in town. Apply r(
IREFUL, ESTATE,
tion Hoard. Rtst Required.
earthquakes aro dominant topics of conver­
CAPTURED AND HELD.
sation throughout England. Tho interest
Fire, Life, and Financial Agents
■WA. 3 ^TED
takon in these manifestations of nature is
Hon. Mr. Blake Siuigume of the Early Ottima Celebrates its Civic Holiday
overshadowing that felt in ...
Daily British Colonist, Victoria, 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, 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 ...
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
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