The Vancouver Times, 5 Sep 1864 - 29 Apr 1866
Donated by an Ardent BC Genealogist
**Spellings are as they appear in the newspaper**
April 26, 1865
WANTED A butler or indoor servant who thoroughly understands his business. References as to character indispensible. Apply to the Colonial Secretary.
May 25, 1865
LOST Mrs. Marion Davis offers two bits reward for her support from her husband.
June 7, 1865
$1000 REWARD Whereas on the 6th day of May, John D.B. Ogilvy, Deputy Collector of Customs & Indian Agent, was wilfully murdered on board the Schooner "Langley", at Bentinck Arm.
$1000 is offered for the apprehension of Antoine Lucanage, commonly known on the coast as "Antoine", who is accused of the murder.