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The (Victoria, British Columbia) Daily Colonist Newspaper: Sunday, November 27, 1904 Issue by  Multiple Contributors - Paperback - First Edition - 1904 - from RareNonFiction.com and Biblio.co.uk

The (Victoria, British Columbia) Daily Colonist Newspaper: Sunday, November 27, 1904 Issue

by Contributors, Multiple

Condition: Fair


Victoria, British Columbia: The Colonist Printing and Publishing Company. Paperback. 16 pages. A wonderful snap shot of life as it was on Vancouver Island 100 years ago. News of the day includes: The Russo-Japanese War; J.P. Planta, well known Nanaimo Public Man, Passes Away; C.P.R. Harbour Improvements - removal of Sehl's Point; W.W. B. McInnes likely to be next governor of the Yukon; The Mullally Sisters; Britannia Mines, Howe Sound, B.C. - History, Geology, Characteristics of Ore Bodies, Development; Chumbi the Key to Thibet (Tibet); Hardships of Russian Workmen; The Centenary of Shrapnel - Its Inventor and his history; Japan's Military System; London Society's Love of Tattoing; Lord Brampton's Reminiscences; Report on the White Pass and Yukon Railway; and much more. Wonderful illustrations of Victorian Women's attire adorn back page. Dozens of advertisements including "Farm For Sale - Lake District - 72.47 acres - A Bargain at $1,500.00." Significant chipping along fold. Some yellowing. Few edge tears. Fatigue crack through central portion of each page. . Fair. 1904. First Edition.
  • Bookseller: RareNonFiction.com CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 349a7746
  • Title: The (Victoria, British Columbia) Daily Colonist Newspaper: Sunday, November 27, 1904 Issue
  • Author: Contributors, Multiple
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Fair
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First Edition
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: The Colonist Printing and Publishing Company
  • Place: Victoria, British Columbia
  • Date published: 1904
  • Keywords: The (Victoria, British Columbia) Daily Colonist Newspaper: Sunday, November 27, 1904 Issue The Russo-Japanese War; J.P. Planta, well known Nanaimo Public Man, Passes Away; C.P.R. Harbour Improvements - removal of Sehl's Point; W.W. B. McInnes likely t
  • Subjects: TRAVEL / Canada / Western Provinces (AB, BC);


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