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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 18 December 1875

gum nnd i'rou'- 'hoML kbits 01 li ; '.'! .'i! Ecanemy. ('le tnlin. is mo! I c -•cntial in . .. !enl in he ■ 1 •■ en, il ing; a dirty kitchen being ti disgr.tc, both to mis f rcs< and maid. _ He clean in your person, paying par ticular attention to the hands, which should nhvay be clci n. Do noi ■ aii ul ■■ i] shod. Provide yourself with ;. oc.d. well-fitting boots. You will find then I. • fitigtnng in a m kitchen, n lo c, untidy slip - Pit vi 1, urscll with at lca-a 11 doz en ,o< I"' serviceable cooking* Th 1 ■ save your gowns, and keep you neat 1 clean, li ;ve them made large . iiough aro'.t so as 1" nearly meet he anj thing imt. li warm weather, any ;. avics or soup that are left from the preceding day should be jit . died up, and poured nt o 1 ' 'ticulurl I ! V« I . I , .... V. he it i nth. i t * "ii of and . ■ .. ;. 1 ■ 11 ' ■ ; I, g a puddingJ 111 al ■ ■1 havi -.out■ vegi c athered from the I j ■. nr. -1 that then ' 1 abb ' i 1 1 uiar ii , nd nodi easih ■ tin . '"■ it unc...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 18 December 1875

Vancouver Independent. PRESIDENTS NESS.46I. [by ti in.men.) Ib the Sennit ami 1f.'.,-- ,„■' Reprenentntlret: In submitting my seventh annual message] to i.ingress, iii this centennial year "i our na tional existellC" a-- a free and imlependent 1 |>le, it affords me great pleasure lv recur to the advancement that ha- been ma le from Ihe lime of Ihu colony, one hundred years ago. a i t-M i ax's nnowTH. We were then a people numbering only three millions; now we number mote than forty million-. Then our Industries were confined almost exclusively lo llie tillage of the soil . now muttulkctoriea absorb pinch of ihe labor of the country. Our liberties rem.iin tin mpulred. The bondsmen have In en freed from slavery. We have become pos-i lof the respect, il not the friendship, of all civilized nali ins. Olir pr«ig ress lias been great in all Ihe art-. 11l .science, in agriculture, in commerce, in navigation, iv mining, in mechanic*, in laxx. in medicine, i-to., and in general education ...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 18 December 1875

limit the control o» the telegraphic communt- I abscn >f any provisions of «' "TV ?, "few :'.' «. " able has I n ciluens of the U .Stale. d de.nan.ll the laid, known as the U. H. Direct Cable Com- ntcrvention ot a govcrmnent which they pan ~eon.-ecti..g the United States directly have long sh.ec »tandoned, and to villi tireni Britain. A soon as this cable was which for years, they have remiereu rois.rted to be in working order the rates of no service, or placed themselves ni n> wa> Phe hen cxisti conip. swere : .able 1 her;cases naturali»ed Mum ', , v cd. Boon, however, a break was a. once, after naturalization, have returned h • i i .. ... ....i.i. ~,,.1 ininudi- ' their native e.iiintrv: have become ciigtvod , in,, 'wbi: 1 ;; i,.,,, ~. Line*. e.™e P ,e.i offices ~,-., were again raised Tins cable it ..s,-te.,t with American citizenship,.and ..,Vw repaired Xc rates appear not to Ivi no i ntent to return to tho I n I Watt*. . n.'e. V c' l r line |V„,„ those lor.ae.ly • U.ll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 25 December 1875

VOL. 1. n Ul.lsilF.D EVKRV BATIUDAV MORNINU 11V THE INDKPKN BENT fV HUSH I Mi COMPANY. W BVKON DANIELS EDITOR AND Bt T NKS-! MANAOEB, TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION: Per Aiiuuin when paid in advance W 00 It u.ni'aid ticfore tin- expiration ol six mouths - ou RATES OF Al)\ EBTISISOi OnsMuarr.teu linen 01 less, srst Insertion .#2 00 Each eubieuiieot hisetttou, per square ..itaj Advertisements Inserted three months 01 longer periods, vi liherai rateshj t|iuclal eoatract notices will he chsrged I" lhe .it "t ney or oSeef saUiorirlng Uiclr Insertion. t-jf Advertisements rant from a distance, and transient notices; must he ac iip*ui«-d to tin rash. Notices of. births marriage* and deaths lv. strtd free uf charge. "Prof rssi 011.11 tfard.o. JOSEPH M FLETCHER, ATTORNEY .V COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE: IT BTAIRtJ IN SOIIN'B AND SCUl'tfLE' S BUILDING, MAIN ST., VANCOUVER, W. T. Particular attention given Ui uou»eyanelii|{ and tin- eisnilustlon nf land titles. Vancouver, Sept, 4tli, ls;:>. (i 11. STEWA...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 25 December 1875

: ■ ....■: rived, .. . . li . ict- I I ' !'- --la to think of :.; own io" ed -• !Cs,who . ii that tr.omc! i:'.g *■< of theii '■ Una c ■:> tc. i i day best, ~:i tip-toe v r • •:; -ten -*t ■ watched th ■ •' 01 :C * bmion of Chriotm eve. V :. . men hand , ■ > churches, and ihe l cc select !,.!.:: .. .a ...... prcci ■ fruii . To d. v tn.hi hwe had no bet i '' ,; f ... ul whittles lb." . .. v ;......l paid ou. town his an- | in ■■■ '•• ■ ■ wit I • h to celebrate l 1.. i: iii '• via k i a < . .... juts not a large populn • • .. ■ ■' lUt pool •ire no ,: I t! i■ unity v, l. r.r.-d!. ! ' ' " :<l l" v l ■' ;.(■..■ beer. We lin.-l J . . forget ■ ' rate on -I ; the sil m ■ 11 ' the . ir people t lay. | , pur ...••ii. c. theu,gi\ alo bh ss . . ,v ! f tlie ! I I i dial '. I i ... •'«•-• I to 1 ■ • ' ~. ■; „• . ' a . ■ . 11 tin cauii i '. . !C ■■■ l>fj •.:.. • to U! win h i car, i il l.cse I re ■ l> : '\> L " A I ■ ' iii..;, is i f I, V ' '' ' . o\r,svrv Chri I nasi" v.. • ...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 25 December 1875

FWLtSffKD EVERY BATPBDAY MOKNING Street Lamps.—We publish in to day's issue the City ordinance provid ing for lighting the streets. This is a good move on the part of our City Fathers, and we hope the lamps will always be kept trimmed and hurtling. New Columbia. —This new hotel wasopenedon Wednesday by E Thom linson,propiictor. it is pleasantly lo cated on the east side of Main St. The house has been thoroughly renovated and is neat and clean. The traveling public will be well treated at this house. We bespeak for them success. Read their advertisement. Gratitude. — Mr. Editor: —ln be half of tbe Methodist Church <>i" this place, allow me,through your must cn cellcnt paper, to acknowledge the mum kindnesses received in aid ofthe Christ mas Tree. We are ah i grateful for the manner in which the various com mittees have acquitted themselves, as through their elforts, aided hi the church and the people, our cause if a grand success. Discharged.—On Tuesday Louis i. Burgy was arres...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 25 December 1875

.-farm and ItoubiiioWl. The Dairy Maid. I !,«• western ski— »<"«' a" tiri' w \\ itli clouds ci red and gra.'. Tbe cricket* In the grn»»v IU Ida Wrrr pMrritdnif mcrriii; When down the lane and O'er tlie bill I sew n Rialdefl main. Who went In r way nt tlie close of duy To cull the rattle home; "Co Bess co Bom! Co Bout—ci> He--: Cotne heme come h urn '." Tl c echo hi r charming voice ItCinilllilriTttiroapjl the vnlr; HHngcred on the ertabw ajr, And floati on the Kate It died away among the hills, And In the moss; glen, Along the distant mountain slda Par from the haunts of men ••Co Boss—co Boss! Coßos< colt,—' L'ouiv boiue—< nic liomc! Her tacawat flushed with hoc* of health; Hoi in and feel wre I are she had 11 HUM and KU|i|'le form, A wealth of ebon Imir. Beyond lhe hill ine|>assi d from night, A«-inks IIU ev.cl.ile--l.il, I util her voice was faintly heard •Mill calliug from afar; •Co Boss!- Co Buss' Co Boss! r.. Bo—' C>nw homo—dime «'j'-•-♦ ■' f-ooti o'er thi'ih-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 1 January 1876

VOL. 1. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING Bt TH EINOKPK !TOE>*T PTJBMSIII N d COMPANY. W. BY lt«>N DANIELS EDITOR AMD BUSI NESS MANAGER, TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Per annum when paid In advance t~ 00 If not paid before tti« expiration of six mouths i 50 RATES OF ADVERTISING: On. square, ten lino, or le??, Brat lnsertlon.s2oo Each subsequent Insertion, per square 1 on Advertisements Inserted three months „■ longer periods, nt libera! rates by special contract Ijgf* Loral notlees will be charged to the attor ney or oftieer authorising their insertion. IW Advertisement* tent from a distance, and transient notlees; mast bo accompanied by the cosh. fMW* Notices of. birthe marriage* and dealhl ... sirUi free of charge. 3?r(jfr'jsionHt if anK JOSEPH M FLETCHER, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE: Uf BTAIBS IN SOIIN'S AND SClll" XI.X' S BUILDING, MAIN sT., VANCOUVER, w . T. Particular attention Riven to coarcyam ing and the examination of land titles. Vancouver, lic"t. 4th, 1875. G....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 1 January 1876

4 lit Btf> UV n 311 tl f]J V\ il f ftl BATTRDAY, •' \MAKY I, 1878 '•Happy v< " Year." ls>",,"> Kit hall ur joys nnd sorrows, is 'dugs that t» ere. Bul in,, re ■ tuie t i-ventl'nl year. . .ci 1 ci.d era lias nt. ■i, and 10-flaj th • nutional ;s s:i earning cverywlu-re over the .... , ; hnd tlie triumphant witness ~f thu nation's progress mid cucccs*. May tbe vem liml is before us Im marked by still greater sn ides towards individual urn. na:i.inal.perfection. Succeeding the years of growth that are past, may it be more like the "full corn iv the oar, by vir tue, of its record of noblo deed!" aud tri uu.phs of truth, than any year before.. Who will resolve to assist this object?' Bender, we wish you a "Happy N<-w Year." Washington Territory • Letter* arc continually im-tin* tt»«fe way into our sanctum from all parts <>i the conntr; easl of the Rocky Mean tains, making incptirici übotil the Mill, climate ami productions o: mrtcrriti ry| the prices current of provis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 1 January 1876

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORXIXd Mrs. I lay den sent Birdie up to our Sanctum last Monday with a pitcbei ot choice cider. Both of them have our shanks for so kindly remembering us, An exchange says: "Edward C. Marshall, the only living son of Chief Justice Mat shall, is a clerk in the Inte rior Depart nn nt. Thanks.- Mr. Editor: —Allow me to express gratitude to my many friends for favors received on the Christmas tree. I. F. DeVoH B. Wkst Shore.- -We have received the Dec. No. of this excellent paper. It is a number of more than ordinary interest; contain- some beautiful cuts uf Cppcr Columbia river scenei 5, and articles of interest; chief among which is one from the felicitous pen "four old time friend, Dr. Adams, on early times in Oregon. Subscribe for the IP 9/ Shore', its [nice is only $1 s° per an num.- L. Samuel. Pn! lishcr, Portland, (Ircgon. An Apoloov.— Mr. Editor:— ll i s known that a few persons, who were present al our Christmas entertainment on last Friday evening, ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 1 January 1876

£ami ...ui ouecl'.oW. Uot* !o Peed a librae. Ah it f dot: i ruli. :••<> much food is given and too mm hof this is hay. Ten pound-, f hay ami twelve p muds of oats "constitute a good day's fodder for a Working horse, whether the work be fast or slow. Herbert's advice in re gard ti- feeding horses, is t«> give a lock ol hay and ha fa pail of water the first thing in the morning. After groom ing, give the other half-pail of water, and, if he i- not going out, four quarts ol o its. nftei eating which he may have four ot five pounds of hay. It going out early, teed ->i\ quarts of oats and no hay. If to be put t;> work in the after noon, they should l>e again watered and have four quarts ofoatsnnd the remain der of their hay. Haifa bushel of washed carrots n week, given at a time, will improve the coat and be beneficial to the stomai !-.. This feeding is ample to keep horses iv good working order. 1 17. Chronicle. The Silt The twenty cent pieces, which every- I oily thou...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 8 January 1876

§he Vancouver independent VOL. 1. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY THE INDEPENDENT PUBLISH ING COMPANY. W. BTRON DANIELS EDITOR AND BUSI NESS MANAGER. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: Per Annum, when paid in advance f2 00 If not paid before llie,expiration of sir months, i M. KATES OF ADVERTISING: One square, 10 lines or less, tlrst Insertion ti 00 Each subsequent insertion, per square... .1 00 Advertisement* inserted three months or I<mner period", at liberal rates by special con tract. Legal notices will be charged to the attorney or officer authorizing their insertion. jyT Advertisements sent from a distance, and transient notices; must be accompanied hy the cash. I-t?" Notices of births, marriages aud deaths innertd free of charge. yrofrssional Card*. JOSEPH M. FLETCHER, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE: ITBTAIRSIN BOHN'B AND SCIIUELE'S BUILDING, MAIN ST., VANCOUVER, W. T. Particularattention given to conveyancing and the examination of land titles. Vancouver, Sept. 4th, lsr.'i. G. ...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 8 January 1876

Vancouver Independent. OFFICIAL PAPF.K OF OTTT AND COrXTY. Vancouver, Clarke Comity. Wanning ton Territory. Who Is II ? Barely » »tcp on the nir;>, t I hear. ■ohm (atari mom* tlwt is creeping near. Two little feet mount the rung of my ilmir; Trie- M I Hv.-. tin re Is (Otoebodj there ! Ten IM) flngrni in on r niy eyi«. Tryiii« n> Ink* nn by endden rarpriM; Then n voice, calling i« mi rrlett glee, •• Who is it: Tell me ami you may w> fr f f.'' •• win. Is it ■". Leave mi a moment to gueea. "Borne one who l"v s moj" The voice answer* ••Yin." Rome om whoa fairer t" im- than the nowi (a, Brighter to m> than the aunahinj honra: Darling, whoae white little handa make me blind Onto nil thlngi 'hat " n ~," , < ; Bunehlm and Mom a. and diamond and pearl, papa'i own dear inn ■■ iwert little girl:" Alter tne Refusal. Bi B. a. i' mot. Jon think lam cruel) indeed, ate, * ThfO of naught can you fairly eompuin. Y.-u may thank your g I Inek that you re nre«o,*w, noma en aton that lon -...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 8 January 1876

For Wool. Mutton and Money. SPOTTING SHEEP. "Spotting sheep consists in placing the sheep's head into some stationary yoke nnd doctoring snch spots on tin sheep as can be discovered to lie affected by the scab. The yoke may be made of n forked limb of a tree; or, take a scantling and spike on two 2x4 pieces, with holes bored through tin- same: have a peg or bolt that cau lie inserted freely into these holes, so ns to keep the sheep from disengaging his necK or head from the yoke alter he has been placed in position. The yoke is to be Set firmly into the ground or into tiie floor of the place where the work is to lie done. Next insi t th" sheep for seah thoroughly, and with a swab dipped into the ''wash.' rub all places that show traces of seah or even look suspi cious—for it is easy to overlook a patch the size of one's hand if the operator he not up to his work. A Bheep whose fleece is yet entire may he quite scabby and Heed only a few weeks to lo c large patches of wool, yet to th...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 8 January 1876

SATURDAY. JANUARY 8,1876. To Our Patrons. We ere happy at being able to place before our readers this week, an enlarged and otherwise improved issue ofthe Independent. In these days of universal reading, there is a growing demand for improvoment of newspaper facilities. The gener ous system for the transmission of mails adopted by our government, has placed at the door of every citi zen of the Republic the key with which to unlock the world's treas ure house of thought, and that key is the newspaper. It is *ht agent that dispels the gloom of isolation from the dwelling of the faithful frontiersman upon the wild and un subdued border lands of the country. It is the world's letter directed to every honest farmer and his family, telling of the hopes, ambitions and experiences of brethren in other fields of the common life ot" all men. It is an equalizer of human force, of human thought and invention, by transmitting to all men the fruits of the labors of the few, the treasures from the...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 8 January 1876

Vancouver Independent, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Odd fellows Installation and Ball. The public installation of officers, and ball given by the Odd Fellows of Vanconuver Lodge No 3. so long the looked for event of the season, came off on Wednesday evening. Notwithstanding the continuation of the general and uninterrupted show er, which the people of this country have been enjoying for the past six months, and tbe muddy streets, the evening passed off pleasantly and the attendance was good, especially at the party. The installation ceremo nies took place at the lodge room at 7 o'clock, conducted by G. T. Mc- Connell District Deputy, assisted by G. W. Durgin, Grand Warden, and S. D. Maxon, Grand Marshal. The following officers were installed for the ensuing year: William Ranch, N. G. Isaac Thomas V. G. Jacob Preebsfel Jr., Rec. Secy. Henry Heitman, Treasurer; Peter Otte, I. G. W. S. Douthit, Warden;J. O. Smith L. S. N. G. Edward Diipuis, R S. N.G. John E. Francis, R. S. V. G. August Fis...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 8 January 1876

S;»lee.- *lio Kaaas. We tetter ourselves—We b. ar-li il boya— 'flint We aro deep, and can eeOeeal All llmt we know, anil il". nnd feel — Our bnataeai aotrowi and elub-hoa*e joys,— Prom Ihe lonoeent creature* thai make our In. But belli ye me, *ir. (bat they rim Rigid through and through both yon nn 1 me I An Ii your clove ur cafdi nun ■*< d Cool i bide your guilt In win* andwaedl Abl i"i'ii-ii mortal, do yousuppose Tliat only to mill ili« aaant nf a ro ie, An l Dot tb- odor Hint's In your clothes, sin-v got tliat sweet little, pari little noae! Your screen I* ooly n pane nf gl***< Through which sb,- aaaa thai you ar — il»s! liy im inesiis tbe lion you think within, nut n loog-eared thing in a Uotri sk'u- 111-111-". Tli • vloleta Und you fave ar* d-ail— They i ould noi bear the loaa nl you : Thc*p*rtl nf in-- row, has Ned— It iovi d you, ami It* love wa* true : Bart lo your lip* thai *i>lrll Blea, To I ask beneath your nidlaul eye*. Onlj tb- ashes bid, with nn — T.H- aabe* o...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 8 January 1876

Hints for the Family. In preparing minced veal, cut the ment as tine as possible, but do not chop it. Tut to it a very little lemon peel shred, two grates of nutmeg, some salt, and four or five spoonfuls of either a little weak broth, milk, or water; sim mer these gently with the moat, but take care not to let it boil, und add a bit of butter rubbed in tlour. Put sippets of thin toasted bread, cut into a three cornered shape, round the dish. Curry has been discovered to be had for the complexion. Dr. Hondorson, writing to an Indian paper, says thiil all curries are colored with turmeric, and that if habitually eaten they will in course of years affect th" fleshy tissue, and ultimately the shin. The jaundiced hue of many Anglo-Indians is not due to sun-burning or any affection of the liver, lntt results solely from the con stant consumption of curries containing tv rmerio. Freckles can be removed from the face without injury to the skin by using a lotion mode of bi chloride of mercur...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 8 January 1876

Politeness. Politeness, that is, a due and prop er regard for the feelings, wishes and pleasures of other people, is the thing that, perhaps, of all others, renders life the easiest and the plcasantcst; it is the oil that enables all the wheels of the complex machinery of social life to work satisfactorily. Whal a pity it is then that it should be dis regarded as it so frequently is in do mestic life, the place where of all others its softening influence is the most required, The constant intercourse of home life causes unsuitable tempers and dispositions to jar each other in a manner hardly possible in general so ciety—how unwise then it is to re linquish the one quality which acts as a species of buffer between antag onistic temperaments. Besides, it is a cardinal mistake to regard polite ness, as so many unfortunately do, as a species of''company manners," to be assumed or relinquished simulta neously with our best clothes.; it is, properly considered, a most valuable quality, in...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 15 January 1876

Jpe fmicouver independent. VOL. 1. Wwmnm Independent, PUBLISHED EVERY 8A IVRDAY BY THE INDEPENDENT PUDLISH ING'.'COMPANY. W. BYRON DANIELS EDITOR AND BUBI, NESS MANAGER. TERMS OF BU !!■•-< BIl'TION; Per Annum, when paid hi advance $3(10 If not paid before tho; expiration ofeix months, •J 60. RATES OF ADVERTISING! miil One square, 10 lines or less, llrst insertion 12 00 Eoob subsequent Insertion, per square — 100 Advertisements Insurted throe mouths or longer periods, ut liberal rates by special can tract , , ~ J-tf Legal notlees will be charged to the attorney or officer authorizing their Insertion. Advertisements sent from a aUtttnco, nnd trunsleiit notices; must lie accompanied by tbe cash. Notices ot births, marriages and deaths insertd free of charge. groftttfional ('"'utl.-s. JOSEPH M FLETCHER, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE: UP STAIRS IN SOIIN'SAND BOHUEI.E*B HUILOINti, MAIN ST., VANCOUVER, W. T. Particular attention given to couveyoaolug and tho examination of la...

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