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I do not contend that Wo have a porfoot Coaadl ar a portoet Mayor, bat both thoir beet " No Bitaa Uono filed up to itve.a'er of Commerce who has bee ( ln\ eatigating Ihe poaslbllitlea of establishing ^uch an industry here for some time. staes many capable oboorvsra bslieve that no aingla pa Hy will In the futura be able Cootlaaad on f^kge t OL t O-PARTMlill! Phl Uipo ^go from the itfista of coloed whne la a Maaday OARIN'i in from the aouthaaat, the first sustained storm of the Winter awept down upon Victoria yeaterday afternoon. 80ms anxiety was felt for the ■*«»«»«r Skagway, Irhlch aailo,i for California so heavily lad^n with lum- bar that. Sen, felt thr eff Mrts waven around Trail Ten-MHe Tolnl Oi gantlsman who on the Prtnceas fided to frteade e« the that far tha f Irat time in r*^rm oa Ihg staamer his stom- ach had Mlsd to be h - V «• prop - eriy In tha fare o' ». The wssteosw efea gi Uaa ti Mi foil msaaa of redresa are a Baf4atf hv eo Bstltatlanal nwc Maatr. r ( r V wat( tl WC sell, r in 92.00 t f250.00 ^ I 'cposit Reserves Une lu/ Chustmas — Have It 1 ug raved With His Monogr Bm Bcfo K the Rush. • » big Map at pci k — BRfi AD FLOUR

I do not contend that Wo have a porfoot Coaadl ar a portoet Mayor, bat both thoir beet " No Bitaa Uono filed up to itve.a'er of Commerce who has bee ( ln\ eatigating Ihe poaslbllitlea of establishing ^uch an industry here for some time. staes many capable oboorvsra bslieve that no aingla pa Hy will In the futura be able Cootlaaad on f^kge t OL t O-PARTMlill! Phl Uipo ^go from the itfista of coloed whne la a Maaday OARIN'i in from the aouthaaat, the first sustained storm of the Winter awept down upon Victoria yeaterday afternoon. 80ms anxiety was felt for the ■*«»«»«r Skagway, Irhlch aailo,i for California so heavily lad^n with lum- bar that. Sen, felt thr eff Mrts waven around Trail Ten-MHe Tolnl Oi gantlsman who on the Prtnceas fided to frteade e« the that far tha f Irat time in r*^rm oa Ihg staamer his stom- ach had Mlsd to be h - V «• prop - eriy In tha fare o' ». The wssteosw efea gi Uaa ti Mi foil msaaa of redresa are a Baf4atf hv eo Bstltatlanal nwc Maatr. r ( r V wat( tl WC sell, r in 92.00 t f250.00 ^ I 'cposit Reserves Une lu/ Chustmas — Have It 1 ug raved With His Monogr Bm Bcfo K the Rush. • » big Map at pci k — BRfi AD FLOUR $1.75 TWYat M Sylvester Feed Company 4U SEEKS SURCEASE EOR BUGHTED AFFECTIONS Frenrh M«rq«l* Ankn Fkikl* Om Hetand PARIS. 4.- At the meet- inv of tka aaaa a Ua a aaa Mnittaa of tha Council for -mix I Servic- ..f the Church of Kri Klanil In t'anada, tho general Becretary, Canon N'Hip. Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. For many years it was almost the only place, in that part of the county, where the weary hunter or traveler could obtain comfortable shelter, refreshment and rest. There is a valuable saw mill, prist mill, plaining machine, cheese bi»x Cnctory, chair factory and bl:ick.«niith shop, at il»o ap|cr fills on Mi:'ii;.4quoi river, cu IKm I Samsonrillc. direc-tion, enters the Missi.sqiioi in tho town of Sheldon. At a quarterly meeting held in Stowe, Sept 2S and 29, 1811, Nathan Green and J. About this time one of the large rooms on the lower floor of the old academy-building was fitted up by the Meth- odist society for preaching and prayer-meet- ing. The church ethfice erected in l S20has i»ass- ed through two remodelling^, and u the ^mt building in which we now worship. Takffi mainly from a JTistoria U Discxmrm (y 1)u Rev. This invitation was accepted; and, for several succeeding appointments, tha 336 VERMONT HISTORICAL MAGAZINE. The affain of the parish were now in a settled condition, apparently, and nothing seemed to obstruct ft gradual increase of its members. Large quantities of ntbea wen 344 VREMONT HISTORICAL MAGAZINE.No change should be made In the pro- vincial laws without submlt Uaa' It to the elootorato, proforably at a aoaoral eleotl OB. Poaalbl Utic H A non partisan commission prefer- ably the «.*lr,i IB liif (r.i p«trnl hjr ihc eicvatto B ol Dl. (« l Uliiax Cay am c Ka^osr Caart af 'Icdarale m.i laa piling centred *r..i Mi.i i! JAPAN'S OOVERNMENT use TO AUUIN To Klo, Im- I nlted Statea of larfe numbers of lapanaaa Immi- rranta varioua pub Uo orgaalaatlons and Taraaaalar aawa pa pa r a of tha empira ara wiag tko foralgn oflk M to taka aama aatioa which will offaet the affect of the dodstons of tha I'nitex) ."^fate^ Hiipr^me court sua- tmniii K anti -alien laws of California a I) . Thua C ar, haraa d aaadli ona Tor \hm ga Maaea of dor Hanlhara at Waahiagton, the contents of which have not been dla- cloned, the jnivernnient h.\."t t.'Hknn no action Proposals for the abolition of dual Japanese and American na- tionality and for an Coroomant of the anti-allen land act, paaaad br'tha iiiea land act arises from tho fact iiat reatrte Uona on tha owaataklp of land, uador t^o law. NKIi.\L MK AKTIII II unc«d Id mllllla orders received in Mooireal from Ottawa teaay. The highlight was witnessing a young bison lick an electric fence—a mistake it will certainly not make again. Watching bison graze under the morning light of Saskatchewan was oddly satisfying. The magazine's deputy editor walks by, and I decide to up the volume.

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I do not contend that Wo have a porfoot Coaadl ar a portoet Mayor, bat both thoir beet " No Bitaa Uono filed up to itve.a'er of Commerce who has bee ( ln\ eatigating Ihe poaslbllitlea of establishing ^uch an industry here for some time. staes many capable oboorvsra bslieve that no aingla pa Hy will In the futura be able Cootlaaad on f^kge t OL t O-PARTMlill! Phl Uipo ^go from the itfista of coloed whne la a Maaday OARIN'i in from the aouthaaat, the first sustained storm of the Winter awept down upon Victoria yeaterday afternoon. 80ms anxiety was felt for the ■*«»«»«r Skagway, Irhlch aailo,i for California so heavily lad^n with lum- bar that. Sen, felt thr eff Mrts waven around Trail Ten-MHe Tolnl Oi gantlsman who on the Prtnceas fided to frteade e« the that far tha f Irat time in r*^rm oa Ihg staamer his stom- ach had Mlsd to be h - V «• prop - eriy In tha fare o' ». The wssteosw efea gi Uaa ti Mi foil msaaa of redresa are a Baf4atf hv eo Bstltatlanal nwc Maatr. r ( r V wat( tl WC sell, r in 92.00 t f250.00 ^ I 'cposit Reserves Une lu/ Chustmas — Have It 1 ug raved With His Monogr Bm Bcfo K the Rush. • » big Map at pci k — BRfi AD FLOUR $1.75 TWYat M Sylvester Feed Company 4U SEEKS SURCEASE EOR BUGHTED AFFECTIONS Frenrh M«rq«l* Ankn Fkikl* Om Hetand PARIS. 4.- At the meet- inv of tka aaaa a Ua a aaa Mnittaa of tha Council for -mix I Servic- ..f the Church of Kri Klanil In t'anada, tho general Becretary, Canon N'Hip.

Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. For many years it was almost the only place, in that part of the county, where the weary hunter or traveler could obtain comfortable shelter, refreshment and rest. There is a valuable saw mill, prist mill, plaining machine, cheese bi»x Cnctory, chair factory and bl:ick.«niith shop, at il»o ap|cr fills on Mi:'ii;.4quoi river, cu IKm I Samsonrillc. direc-tion, enters the Missi.sqiioi in tho town of Sheldon. At a quarterly meeting held in Stowe, Sept 2S and 29, 1811, Nathan Green and J. About this time one of the large rooms on the lower floor of the old academy-building was fitted up by the Meth- odist society for preaching and prayer-meet- ing. The church ethfice erected in l S20has i»ass- ed through two remodelling^, and u the ^mt building in which we now worship. Takffi mainly from a JTistoria U Discxmrm (y 1)u Rev. This invitation was accepted; and, for several succeeding appointments, tha 336 VERMONT HISTORICAL MAGAZINE. The affain of the parish were now in a settled condition, apparently, and nothing seemed to obstruct ft gradual increase of its members. Large quantities of ntbea wen 344 VREMONT HISTORICAL MAGAZINE.

No change should be made In the pro- vincial laws without submlt Uaa' It to the elootorato, proforably at a aoaoral eleotl OB.

Poaalbl Utic H A non partisan commission prefer- ably the «.*lr,i IB liif (r.i p«trnl hjr ihc eicvatto B ol Dl. (« l Uliiax Cay am c Ka^osr Caart af 'Icdarale m.i laa piling centred *r..i Mi.i i! JAPAN'S OOVERNMENT use TO AUUIN To Klo, Im- I nlted Statea of larfe numbers of lapanaaa Immi- rranta varioua pub Uo orgaalaatlons and Taraaaalar aawa pa pa r a of tha empira ara wiag tko foralgn oflk M to taka aama aatioa which will offaet the affect of the dodstons of tha I'nitex) ."^fate^ Hiipr^me court sua- tmniii K anti -alien laws of California a I) . Thua C ar, haraa d aaadli ona Tor \hm ga Maaea of dor Hanlhara at Waahiagton, the contents of which have not been dla- cloned, the jnivernnient h.\."t t.'Hknn no action Proposals for the abolition of dual Japanese and American na- tionality and for an Coroomant of the anti-allen land act, paaaad br'tha iiiea land act arises from tho fact iiat reatrte Uona on tha owaataklp of land, uador t^o law. NKIi.\L MK AKTIII II unc«d Id mllllla orders received in Mooireal from Ottawa teaay.

.75 TWYat M Sylvester Feed Company 4U SEEKS SURCEASE EOR BUGHTED AFFECTIONS Frenrh M«rq«l* Ankn Fkikl* Om Hetand PARIS. 4.- At the meet- inv of tka aaaa a Ua a aaa Mnittaa of tha Council for -mix I Servic- ..f the Church of Kri Klanil In t'anada, tho general Becretary, Canon N'Hip.

Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. For many years it was almost the only place, in that part of the county, where the weary hunter or traveler could obtain comfortable shelter, refreshment and rest. There is a valuable saw mill, prist mill, plaining machine, cheese bi»x Cnctory, chair factory and bl:ick.«niith shop, at il»o ap|cr fills on Mi:'ii;.4quoi river, cu IKm I Samsonrillc. direc-tion, enters the Missi.sqiioi in tho town of Sheldon. At a quarterly meeting held in Stowe, Sept 2S and 29, 1811, Nathan Green and J. About this time one of the large rooms on the lower floor of the old academy-building was fitted up by the Meth- odist society for preaching and prayer-meet- ing. The church ethfice erected in l S20has i»ass- ed through two remodelling^, and u the ^mt building in which we now worship. Takffi mainly from a JTistoria U Discxmrm (y 1)u Rev. This invitation was accepted; and, for several succeeding appointments, tha 336 VERMONT HISTORICAL MAGAZINE. The affain of the parish were now in a settled condition, apparently, and nothing seemed to obstruct ft gradual increase of its members. Large quantities of ntbea wen 344 VREMONT HISTORICAL MAGAZINE.

No change should be made In the pro- vincial laws without submlt Uaa' It to the elootorato, proforably at a aoaoral eleotl OB.

Poaalbl Utic H A non partisan commission prefer- ably the «.*lr,i IB liif (r.i p«trnl hjr ihc eicvatto B ol Dl. (« l Uliiax Cay am c Ka^osr Caart af 'Icdarale m.i laa piling centred *r..i Mi.i i! JAPAN'S OOVERNMENT use TO AUUIN To Klo, Im- I nlted Statea of larfe numbers of lapanaaa Immi- rranta varioua pub Uo orgaalaatlons and Taraaaalar aawa pa pa r a of tha empira ara wiag tko foralgn oflk M to taka aama aatioa which will offaet the affect of the dodstons of tha I'nitex) ."^fate^ Hiipr^me court sua- tmniii K anti -alien laws of California a I) . Thua C ar, haraa d aaadli ona Tor \hm ga Maaea of dor Hanlhara at Waahiagton, the contents of which have not been dla- cloned, the jnivernnient h.\."t t.'Hknn no action Proposals for the abolition of dual Japanese and American na- tionality and for an Coroomant of the anti-allen land act, paaaad br'tha iiiea land act arises from tho fact iiat reatrte Uona on tha owaataklp of land, uador t^o law. NKIi.\L MK AKTIII II unc«d Id mllllla orders received in Mooireal from Ottawa teaay.

Tha ladaatrlal Oroop has found that orally favorable conditions for the suc.essful manufacture and sale of glass bottles and Jars obtain In Victoria. them a touch of et Qci«ncy puaitesst d only by the Scot and tha Canadian, bu^ asan for anaa, thoaa who had atayad In Oa a ada had aoeaaadad la aa grdat maaaure. Bennett waa elected for Ward Kom There will be contests in six wardu Voting takaa plaoa on Wadnaaday. tad Aj Ta adkilaatlana follow: For Mayor — ^Aldorman W.

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