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Identifier: dailycolonist18911104uvic
Title: Daily Colonist (1891-11-04)
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Subjects: British Columbia Newspapers
Contributing Library: University of Victoria Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Victoria Libraries

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ssic phraseologyof the profession gone up the Hume. InK^nluiiii TlileTM. A curious discovery was made in tho har-bor at Esiiuimalt, yoatordiiy. Sergt.Walker and Ollicer Canipboll, attracted bya clumsy and suspicious looking buoy, pro-ceeded to investigate. Attached to a float-ing block of wood was found a strong cord,wliicli in turn was niiido fast to a ropeaovcial feet below the aui-fucu. The ropewas pulled up, and reveuled a very cleverpiece of thievery. No less than I.IG tins ofwhite lead were attached to the rope,strung from one end to the other. The leadis evidently stolen property, and, whoevertho thieves are, tliey adopted this ingeniousmode of hiding it. The Htullmust have beentaken from soiiio of the vessels recently inport. The police aie on the track, and inthe hands ot Ollieer Campbell and SergeantWalker the guilty ones will, no doitbt, soon1)0 pluced under arrest. A very largo ossortmoiiL of tho liner gradespt note paporand onvolopos Just received byT. N. Hlbbeu & Co.

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ie2fi-2ta\vk-il GREAT CLEARANCE SAL CHEAPSIDE, COMMENCING MONDAY, OCT. 12. FOR 7 DAYS ONLY. Crockery, Dinner, Tea and Breakfast Sets,Glassware, Lamps, etc., Table Cutlery, Electro-Plated Goods, Stoves, Tools, etc. Must be cleared out previous to removal to our new block. GEO. POWELL &. CO., CHEAPSIDE. Weiler Bros. -:- FURNITURE, ■:■ CARPETS, ■:- LINOLEUMS, -:- Rugs, Art Squares, Chenille Curtains, Gold Medal CarpetSweepers, Linen Crumb Cloths, Corrugated Rubber for Stairs,Rubber and Cocoa Door Mats, Reed and Rattan Goods, Linenand Silk Lamp Shades in great variety; just in, Printed,Enamelled and fine China Dinner and Tea Services, 1847Roger Bros. Quadruple Silver Plated Ware, Heath Lamjis(improved) burn without chimney. Blankets, Comforters, DownQuilts, and largest stock of House Furnishing Goods in theProvince. SHOWROOMS: 5! TO 55 FORT STREET. VICTORIA.I B. C] AUCTION »Aim, JAMES MORTIMER, AUCTIONEERAUCTION SALE .THZXS 33-A_ir AT 11 OCLOCK A.M.,, liehiK favored with instru

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