# 10 of 10 in a 360 degree view of Victoria, looking west from the newly completed St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Blanshard Street; Imperial Hotel, left; Brunswick Hotel, right, SW co
"... Mrs. Nellie L. McClung, one of the leading entertainers....."
"$1,000 Reward: The Government of British Columbia hereby offers a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS for the arrest of Simon Gun-an-noot [sic] and Peter Hi-Ma-Dan (both Indians of the Kispiox Tribe)"
"$1,000,000 in gold bricks; part of winter's cleanup purchased by the Alaska Bank and Safe Deposit Co., Nome, Alaska, June 10th, 1906."
$2,500 reward notice, by the provincial government for the arrest and conviction of the four men who held up the Canadian Pacific Railway train seven miles east of Ducks Station ... 21st June 1909
"$28,000 cleanup on the Bessie Mine operated by Bard, Nixon and Denhart, Nome, Alaska, May 23rd, 1906"
#1 of 10 in a 360 degree view of Victoria in ten parts; looking northwest from the newly completed St. Andrew's Catholic Cathedral on Blanshard Street; the Bishop's Palace on Yates S
100 coke ovens under construction, Union wharf
100 Mile House
100 Mile House
100 Mile House. Trip by BX Express Special
100 Mile House, Tom Grier's six horses, with Tom walking beside them.
"100 Mile Lodge, Cariboo Road, BC."
100th birthday of Mrs. Duncan Robertson.
102nd (North British Columbians) Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force (C.E.F.) at the army camp, Goose Spit, Comox.
103rd Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force (C.E.F.).
105 Mile House, B.H. McNeil, owner
107 Mile House.
12 Mile House Near Ashcroft; Cole Mcdonald's Place
12 Mile House, Cole F. McDonald's place
120 Foot Poles On Flat Cars, Cowichan Lake
122 Mile House and BX cars
"125 ton Galena Boulder"; found in Sandon Creek.
12th Annual Convention of the BC Central Farmers Institute, Victoria.
13.7 trestle, north of Lillooet.
13th Parliament, Third Session, Victoria.
141 Mile stopping house; Cariboo Wagon Road.
149 Mile House and BX cars
14th Parliament, First Session; First Liberal Legislature, Victoria.
14th Parliament, First Session Victoria.