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Array ,i.  .  k_JL/{ M5~vv\JL-  UA-'1 -JUU^:  Vol. 2. No. 14.  LADNER, B C, SATURDAY,   HAY 23, 1903.  $1.00 a year  Bylaw Amendments Read  a First Time. The  Boundary Question Up  Again.  The fortnightly meeting of the  Delta Municipal Council was held  in the Council chan bers last Saturday.  Present the Reeve, Councillors  Arthur, McCallan, T- E. Ladner  and Embree.  It was stated that Coun. Burr  was absent in Victoria.  The' minutes were read and confirmed.  The following correspondence  was read and dealt with:.  From Hope, Graveley & Co.,  stating that the Northern Counties  Investment Trust had disposed of  1-2 of Sf.. E. r-4 section 11 to Abbey  _nd others.    Received and filed.  From the Chief Commissioner  of Lands, stating that Mr.  _ prof I repotted that the part of the  dyke where the dredge cut in had  been attended to. Any expenditure therefore which the Council  may see fit to undertake as a  municipality will have to be borne  by it. »  In this connection the Roadmas-  ter's report was read, as follows:  Geo. Ormiston reported that part  of 1895 dyke where Pike's dredge  cut through, that said part ot dyke  is .16 inches below the level of the  dyke and is 10 feet wide on top of  said part of dyke, and further that  Mr. Shieves has dumped logs and  split wood into, the end of 1.895  drainage ditch, which a*e very apt  to float down  said dyke.  Resolved that a copy of the above  report be sent to the Commissioner  of Lands and that he be informed  that the Council still hold him responsible. If the matter was not  attended to the repairs would be  made at the Department's expense.  The Clerk was instructed to point  out that the dyke should extend 16  feet, not 10 feet, and that there was  every reason t- expect a severe test  of the dyke when the high water  came down.  An application from R. A. Coleman, for the use ot the pile driver,  was referred to the caretaker, R.  Shirley, to whom all applicants  would be referred in future. It  was necessary for some one to. be  held responsible and the present  custodian had looked after the  Council's property in an efficient  lungerF ,,. , ■■,. .,  ITChe report of a resolution passed  at a meeting of Sunbury residents,  W_ieh' appealed fn our last issue,.  was then read. A deputation consisting of chairman. Butterffeld,, secretary Doveand others was present.  •^Continued on page 5.)  NARROW ESCAPE  A fire outbreak at Port Guicbon  and another at La(lner within an  hour should make the residents of  the Delta stir up, This actually  occurred last Saturday afternoon  both from the same cause, sparks  from the chimney stack of the  str. Transfer, which was burning  wood instead of coal, owing to the  mines being shut down. Fortunately it was daylight and the outbreaks were quickly detected and  promptly extinguished by energetic  citizens. Tbe roof of the large B.  C. Packing Co.'s shed adjoining  the Port Guichon hotel caught in  two places, and two large gaps in  the roof were made. In one case  a rafter Was badly burned. At  Ladner it was the roof of the wharf  shed which caught. The alarm  caught the ears of the Council and  Councilor Embree was the first up  with a bucket to quench the outbreak. At the cannery the root is  high and not easily got at, but  Constable Jordan actively led the  rescue party and tbe flames were  put out before the wind did much  harm. In both instances it was a  narrow escape from a serious conflagration. The C. P. R. should at  once place spark catchers on all  their river steamers and the public  should renew their efforts to secure  fire protection, with the assistance  of the Municipal Council and the  Provincial Government.  To Hear Residents Opinion aad Receive Petition Protesting Against  Damming Slough. .  On Thursday next residents of  the Delta will have the opportunity  of hearing the Canadian entertainers, Miss Isabel T Kerr, elocutionist, and Miss Queenie McCoy, soloist. The entertainment will be  in the Ladner Town-Hall and is  under the auspices of St Andrew's  Presbyterian Church.  Tenders are called in this issue  for the collection of the road tax,  to be in by noon on Saturday next.  In this connection an error appears  in the report of the Council's last  regular meeting. The motion  should read "road tax" not "dog  tax." The collection of the latter  has already been provided for„  Householders will be attracted  by the lines offered in John A.  Lee's advertisement. Special attention is paid to furnishing the  home. The emporium is situated  ki the Dupont block, New Westminster, and buyers are invited to  inspect the show rooms.  The Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of Oddfellows meets  in New Westminster on June 10th  and nth. The Delta Lodge No.  21 has appointed Wm. A. Kirkland  as its representative thereat with  Alex. Davie as alternative delegate.  J., Uifer and Flick, two enterprising farmers at Point Roberts . have  purchased 160 acres on the boundary from D. Pike of Friday Harbor. H. N. Rich was the conveyancer.  R. C. Maedonald, an ex-Alderman and vice-president of the Westminster Liberal Association, has  been appointed Indian Agent vice  the late Frank Devlin.  J. J. Monkman returned last  week from Vernon where he had  taken Mrs. Monkman, who will  remain some time for the benefit of  her health,  A special meeting of the Delta  Council was held in the Council  chambers on Thursday afternoon  to consider the advisability cf protesting against the Tilbury slough  being stopped.  Present the Reeve, Councilors  Arthur, McCallan, Burr, T. Ladner and Embree.  Messrs. Whiteside and Dove  were also present, representing the  Sunbury complainants. Tbe latter  was called upon to explain the  opinion ofthe public meeting, which  has already appeared in these columns. The Reeve then called upon  the clerk to read the following  petition:  We the undersigned hereby notify your humble  body that we shall hold you responsible for suy I  damage whatsoever that may be incurred to our  drainage or farms if II. D. Benson is allowed to  close up the slough between Tilbury Island and  the land on the south side of the Fraser River.  [■Signed) R. Mitchell, W. 8. Whiteside, J. Cain',  R. II. Quggan, Harry Burr, I,. Hansen, C Hansen, J. Hoggman, R. Moir, Thos. Sheaves, Frank  Pysted E. Lavery, A. Falk, B. XV. Palk, Geo.  Robson, P. T. Butterfield, O. C Pettrseiif A.  Petersen.  The following report of Councilors Ladner and Embree was then  read: As instructed we consulted  Howay & Reid, the Council's solicitors, and Mr. Keefer, the Dominion Agent at Westminster. The  latter stated that Benson had applied for permission to close up the  slough, and that he had recommended that the application be  granted. He suggested that they  should refer the matter to the Dominion Government.  The reports were received and  filed and to be endorsed in the  minutes of the meeting.  Councilor Ladner noted that the  permission would come direct to  Beuson from the Dominion Government, not through Mr. Keefer.  The latter had recommended it to  conserve the waters of the river.  The lawyers advised that the Council could not do anything to stop  the work but could object and leave  the matter to the Dominion Government. He moved that, as complaints had been made and $80,000  spent in dyking, and that three  boxes were placed near the slough  which might be impaired, that the  Council protest against the damming of the slough and if permission had been granted to ask tbat  the decision bereconsideied. Copies  of reports to be sent to the Dominion Government with the protest,  to Aulay Morrison, M. P., and a  copy to be retained in the office.  Seconded by Councilor Embree and  carried unanimously.  The rules of order were suspended so that some other urgent maU  ters could be dealt with.  Councilor T. Ladner stated that  Dr. Wilson reported that surveyor  Draper had found the road and  bridge between his land and Dove's  was wrongly pegged originally.  The matter could be set right  amicably. It was left to Councilor  Burr to report at the next meeting.  Councilor T. Ladner was authorized to repair the Trunk road between his granary and the schoo  house.     The   Council   to   inspect  same first.  The Reeve reported that Manager  Glover of the Electric Tramway  aud the son of one of ;he largest  English shareholders wished to inspect the country in view of extending the tramway from Westminster to the Boundary line, on  Saturday or Saturday week. They  would wire him the day. The  Reeve and Coun. Burr were appointed to engage conveyances to  show the party over. They would  arrive by the railway and leave by  boat at Sunbury wharf.  Councilor McCallan was instructed to repair the Gulfside road, the  expenditnre not to exceed   $1,000.  Invitations from the Mayor and  Aldermen of Victoria to spend Empire Day at the capital and visit the  regatta were received and ordered  to be acknowledged with thanks,  stating that as many as possible  will attend.  One hundred dollars was passed  tor payment on account of gravel  contractor Nobles and the meeting  adjournrd.  THE CHILDREN'S   PICNIC.  The final meeting of the promoters was held  at the Town Hall on Monday eveuing;, _£. A.  Down in the chair.  The secretary reported that the refreshments  cost J23.85, transport^ $1.50, and sports $28.95.  Total $M-3o- Tlie receipts were $83.35, leaving a  credit balance of $29.05. After considerable discussion whether to donate the balance ol cash on  hand to the reading room, it was plccidfd to hand  same over to the school trustees in trust for tlie  children's celebrations.  SUTHERBY-RAMAGE.  Thursday morning, at the residence of George  Kemp, Vancouver, tin.* Rev. MacBeth officiated  at the wedding of Frank Sutherby and Miss  Dorothy A. Ramage, Mr. and Mrs, Sutherby  left for Victoria and the Sound on their honeymoon tour, and on their return will take up their  residence at Ladner, where Mr. Sutherby has a  large farm.  A meeting of the Mechanics Institute directi  took place on Thursday evening in the read-  room, president F. Cutting occupying the ehn  The question of a caretaker was left in the haj  of the president to make the best arrangen*  possible. Owing to the number of raagazi  taken from the reading room the secretary \  instructed to procure two rubber stamps,  have^"stolen" and "sold" on them. Thedircc.  undertook to fix up the blinds, sign 'and vei  lator, aud the meeting terminated.  Geo. T. Eaicer and Robert Moffit went up to Westminster today.  On Monday Mr. Baker and Miss  Ursala Ott will be married at the  Royal City. Their many  friends in Ladner wish them every  happiness.  Miss Moffat has returned from a  visit to Vancouver to assume the  duties of assistant postmistress, vice  Miss Wintemute, who has resigned.  W. J. Brandrith returned from  Vancouvei where he had been on  business in connection with the B.  C. Fruit Growers Association.  IHE hi II 111  To be Held Friday and  Saturday Before Westminster's Dates. Challenge Cup Offered.  A meeting of directors took place  at H. N. Rich's office on Tuesday  evening, present T. E. Ladner,  president; W. A. Kirkland, vice-  president; H. N. Rich, treasurer;  A. DeR. Taylor, secretary, and D.  A. McKee, A. Davie, F. J. Green,  J. McCallan.  The minutes of the last meeting  were read and adopted.  The president, D. A. McKee and  H. N. Rich were appointed a committee to revise the prize list, as  the printer required same as early  as possible.  On the suggestion of H. N. Rich  euces to racing in the agreement.  D. A. McKee, the lessee, said he  had no objection to races.  It was resolved tbat .the ruloi  should be strictly enforced this  year with regard to stock being on  the ground in time so that the  judging could take place at tea  o'clock punctually.  The meeting then adjourned.  OFFICIALS  TOUR  Mayor McCaudless  and   Aldermen   of  Victoria,   United   State-  Consul Smith   and   City Engineer  Topp arrived at Port Guickon   on  Saturday by the new ferry steamer  Victorian.    President Woods   and  Manager Van Sant were also   on  board.    The party were greeted by  several  Delta   residents   including  the Reeve and some of  tbe   Councilors,  who   attended   unofficially.  The visitors   proceeded   on   their  tour of inspection by train without  delay and went   through   to   New  Westminster after a brief stoppage  at Cloverdale.   At the Royal City  they were entertained  at luncheon  at the Hotel Guichon by the Mayor  and Aldermen of that city. .  The company has arranged with  the New Westminster ferry and  the B. C. Electric Railway for temporary transfer of passengers' and  baggage to Vancouver.  It is their intention to   run   a  it was resolved to offer as a special j number of excursions from Victoria  to the Delta during the season.  The service is to be maintained  every day in the week, the fares to  be charged beinp- the same as those  which the C.   P.   R.   has now. it*  ! effect, the rate to New Westminster  ; and Vancouver being £2.50 and to  '. Cloverdale, $2.  Full freight cars are buing take_  ! across daily and   traders   at   both  I ends anticipate increase of business  by the new connection.  Eventually the line will be shortened from Oliver's farm direct for  South Westminster by which the  time occupied will be considerably  curtailed.  In order to satisfy the municipal  authorities that the   ferry steamer  Victorian is up to the requirements  of the contract between   the   city  and the Victoria Terminal Railway  Company in respect to its carrying  capacity, City Engineer   Topp  is  arranging for the steamer to   make  a trip, from Sidney carrying eight  loaded cars—the   bylaw   requiring  that accommodation for   that   load  must be provided.  Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wilson of  Pommero, Wash., are visiting with  Mr and Mrs N A McDiarmid.  No arrangement lias been made as yet between  the fishermen and canners. A meeting; of the  fishermen will be held at Westminster on Saturday next. The canners offer a sliding scale or 12  cents flat rate, which the fishermen will not  accept.  Councilor J B Burr returned from  Victoria ou Monday after a several  days visit.  The   Delta  Creamery  Company  are advertising for 20 store pigs.  Robert May has just  received   a  consignment of new paints.  prize a Challenge Cup for the best  sample of white oats, to be won  three times, but not necessarily Consecutively.     Tt-.c  ticasutcr^nd ^c  retary were empowered to order  same from Benson's, London, to  cost about $30. It was thought  that such a prize would be an interesting relic in years to come.  The treasurer reported that he  had about $280 on hand. Some  repairs and building had fo be done  on the grounds, but they must be  as'economical as possible so as to  devote the greater part ofthe funds  to prize money and encourage exhibitors. He presumed they would  be able to depend on the usual  grant from the Council.  T. E. Ladner and J. McCallan  promised to support the application  as Councillors.  The treasurer, secretary and D.  A. McKee were appointed a deputation to wait on the Council at  their next meeting.  The secretary and D. A. McKee  were empowered to purchase a  pump and a 15-foot trough for  watering stock and the latter undertook to convey same to tbe  ground.  It was decided to hold the next  annual show on the Friday and  Saturday before the Westminster  Exhibition, the Minister of Agricul  ture to be notified and applied to  for as many judges as possible,  others to be obtained elsewhere. It  was considered advisable to have  separate judges for horses and  cattle. Dairy and stock cattle  should also be divided for judging.  The president, vice-president and  J. McCallan were appointed a committee to erect sheds for the thoroughbred Durham cattle at once,  the cost not to exceed $200. Other  sheds could be erected next year  The sheds to take the place of a  fence at the back boundary.  The fence repairing was left   in  the hands of the president.    Some  more poultry  pens were  also   re  quired.  In reply  to   F.   J.   Green  treasurer stated that the agreement 1 ——   with the lessee stipulated  that   all j    Duncan Welsh of Mud Bay will  stock must be removed  one   week ! preach at the Ladner Baptist church  every Sunday during the summer  recess, commencing tomorrow. He  has returned home from   the  Mc-  The steamers Champion and Hamlin took  full loads o( hay this week to Vancouver and  Westminster from Green's and Vasey - respectively.  Mrs. D. A. McKee returned from Vancouver  Thursday after a short visit snd was accompanied by Miss McNeil, who will remain a short  time.  By order of the Superintendent of Kdacatkm  Monday will be a school holiday in houoi ol  Victoria Day.  The poison fiend is at work again among the  dogs.   The latest victim was R. May's well breS  spaniel.  J. Jordan received from Vancouver thla week  a baggage wagon for his transfer business.  G. A.   Keefer,   Dominion   Knginecr,  left  Ottawa on Tuesday.  Councilor Arthur leaves for Victoria this afternoon and Councilor  McCallan goes by ss. Victorian on  Monday morning. They will represent the Delta Council at the  festivities.  Attention is drawn to   Gordon's  drygoods advertisement.    He undertakes to fill mail orders promptly  j and invites visitors to New West-  the! minster to give him a call.  before any race meeting and horse  owners were to be allowed access at  all times for training purposes  only.   These were the  only refer-  Master University, Toronto, for tfef  holidays,  V.  _______ _£_E DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY- 23,  i9oj.  THE DELf A NEWS  Published every Saturday-  Subscription, $1,00 per year-  ' ADVKIU'ISI^G llATaS.  .*.:."-. '.'T 'N '..-. hj.  Casual Adv.rtiaemeut.s, 10 cent, per line K  the Sr»t Inafv'iion. ftnd scents per line f_fr each  sfttMequent ipiertion. The numb_r o'f lines  reckoned bj t_te space occupied,,2 lines to the  lach,,        • P,V i;r v ■     :'   -   r*« '  Rates tor Commercial Advertisement*, can be  had ou application at thiioffic_t"; v-"''t--i""" '       ■'■  Reading nonces io cents per line for each insertion. ■■ ><t fv- ■»  " Birth and Death notices, 50c., Marriages $1.00  Any special notice, the object of which Is kj  promote the pecuniary benefit ot'any indivj foci  9f company, to be considered an  advtrti..ii__tit  aad charged accordingly.  All adTertisenieuts chargtd for until ariiered  •ut aad paid fur.  Correspondence invited on tnntturi of public  J.nteredt. Commuuica.tions to e:>:uor must be ac-  o_t_ap«Bied by name of writer, not necessarily  for publication, but as evidence of? good fai-th  Correspondence must reach this office by Tues.  _»T evening.  RIC. A. FRASER,  '   Editor and Proprietor.  SATURDAY,   MAY   26,    1:902.  'No government is infallible, least  of all a government of  centralization.   It is  only natural  that   the  people who inhabit the inner zones  rtiust have more influence  at   the  political centre than those who live  on the outskirts.   It does not matter whether the'government for the  time being is Liberal or Conserva-  rive, the danger is   always   there.  Ministers themselves are often powerless in the coils of red tape, and  the permanent officials frequently  rule the roost in spite of the crowing  cocks, who strut about the rialta.  Then again the permanent heads  are not free from the toils of the cir-  cumlocution system. Sometimes em-  ployees   of many years standing,  who live at   the   circumference, of  the circle fear that   their   services  may  be  dispensed   with   because  young scions of influence in the old  cbuntry have to be   provided with  , billets—at a distance—on their ar-  ryfaj   with   introductions   at    the  capital.    T^ere is reason to he-tar*  that cases of this nature are not in-  frequent.   No blame   can   be   attached t« their immediate superiors,  as they also receive hints that their  services will not be required if they  are not   amenable.    Others more  complacent can bt found.    On the  i .  cc-i^jary they would  much   prefer  tp retain the   old   hands who have  a ■■■■  • *j  work_d. thejr way up   from   cabin  boy to skipper, as it were, but they  have their bread and butter to consider.    In theory there is the same  justice for the west as for the east—  ft>r the rural as for the urban popu-  lations.   What is   the   safeguard?  Tvhe proper course is for any aggrieved-party to approach the member   for   his   district, who will, in  nine cases out otten, see that there  is^ fair play.    Fortunately our   re-,  preientatives in tha Dominion Parliament   are   above   the   common  ttjuck of Provincial politicians, and  In cases of this kind should also be  above   party   influence.    A   tried,  public servant is  entitled  to  fair  play be be Liberal or Conservative.  GREATLY  ALARMED  . My a Persistent Cough, but Perma-  'nently Cured by Chamberlain's  Cough,feemedy.  -; H. P-.,Burgage, a student at law,  "In Greefcy-le, S.C.', had been troubled for! jour'or 'five years with a contiguous^ cough w^fci. he says  1 "greatly^, alarmed, s me, causing me  to fear that I was. in the first stage  of consumption.";! Mr. Rutbage,  having seen Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy advertised, concluded to  try It. Now read what he says of  it; "I soon felt a remarkable  change and after using two bottles  of t_e twenty-five cent size, was  permanently   cured1."     Sold by F.  1 iiffi pis  Assessments Mainly Upr.  held. Cauce for the  Goose and Saucs for  the Gander.  The adjourned sitting of the  above was held at the Council  Chambers last Saturday, the chairman, Reeve Ladner, and Councillors Arthur, McCallan, T. E. Ladner and Embree being present.  It was resolved, in accordance  with legal advice, that all lands  taken by the Municipal Council for  road purposes be exempted from  taxation.  On the motion of Councillor McCallan, seconded by Councillor T.  E. Ladner, it was unanimously resolved that only the lands of the  Victoria Terminal Railway be assessed this year and.* not the im-.  provements, as they were not in  existence when the assessment was  made.  W. E. Curtis, appealed on the  grounds of excessive valuation and  transfer. The assessment was for  $5,800. The applicant stated that  the property was purchased a  month ago for $4,800, and that  $500 worth had been sold to the  Terminal Railway. He therefore  claimed a reduction of $1,500.  Transfer noted but excess not sustained.  . W. H. Ladner, excessive valuation and excessive acreage. Coun.  Arthur acted as chairman in this  case. Applicant based his claim  on the Ontario Act, which provided  that land divided into town r lots  but [not immediately available for  building purposes should be assessed on acreage. He pointed out  that the B. C- Act did not touch  on the point, but the fact of putting  in a few pegs did not make the  ground more productive. Even  land which he had pegged off for  roads had beenjassessed. If no reduction was made he would have  to resign and test the case.  Capt. OliTer said his land was  assessed as towu lots as soon as he  had it laid out.  Coun. T. Ladner thought it  would be setting a dangerous precedent. Qther estates would also  claim exemption;  It was resolved that the assessment stand except the land marked  for streets.. With regard to excessive acreage, applicant having  proved his contention by plans  drawn up by surveyor Warren, it  was ordered that the acreage be reduced from 116 4-5 to 76 1-2 acres  McDonald Bros, asked for transfer of assessment tothe BU Q. Packing Co.   Granted.  Wm. Alexander wrote from San  Jose, Cal., stating that he was not  acquainted with the property and  had taken it over for non payment  of debt. It was assessed at $1,600,  but his agents could not sell it for  $1,000. He therefore asked tor a  reduction. It was stated that the  ground in that locality had been  reduced from $15 per acre to $10  per acre, and the assessment was  consequently allowed to stand.  Geo. Lasseter. i*s portion transferred to Terminal Railway. Noted  accordingly. '  F. J. Coulthard.^applied for exemption of land cut off. by the dyke.  It was resolved to sustain the assessment as all land owners at Mud  Bay were similarly treated and did  not complain.  J. L. Waddell—transfer to railway. Noted, applicant to be informed that railway only admitted  4.86 acres, not 5 1-10 acres, as  stated by him.  G. Byrom applied in person to  correct the railway list of purchases  -vhich imluli;.! 6 3-4 acre; as the  quantity.purchased trom him. Applicant stated they had taken over  22 1-2 acres from him. It was  decided to inform the attorneys  for the company.  The list of lauds purchased by  the Victoria Terminal Railway Co.  was then read, showing about 90  acres had been taken over in the  municipality.  This concluded the business.  Ill 01 III  EARLOR  Tobacco, T'lpes, and Cigar?.  . OlFPORD,     -      -       Ladner  $ A-*^~.<l^,^.Aa'%!+%^-*%»-'it+*l'~ ■*j0-l,f'~'>''i^>,,'$ ■'♦'£'♦<>  A Farmer Cured of Rheumatatism  - "A man living on a farm.near  here came in a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism. I hanrle.d him a bottle of  Chamberlain's Pain ' Balm and told  liim to use it freely and if not satisfied after using it he need not pay a  cent for it," says C P Rayder, ot  PatteuWMills, N.Y. "'A few days  later he walked into the-store as  straight as a string and handed me  a dollar saying, 'give me another  bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  I want it in the house all,the. time  for it cured me,' ". For sale by F  J MacKenzie  CHURCH   NOTICES  ALL 8AINTS  TRENANT.  Morning prayer nam, evening  7:30 pm.  Rev. Laurence Amor, rector.  CATHOWC  Reverend Father Edra. Peytavin,  O.M. I. Services first and third  Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m.  METHODIST.  Services next Lord's Day at 3 p.m  Sabbath School  at 2 p m  every  Sunday.      Prayer   meeting   every  Wednesday evening at 7.30.  A N  Miller, pastor  ST. ANDEHW'8 ?K)tSBYTERIAN  :   Services next Lord's Day at n  a. m.and 7:30 p.as.  Sabbath School at a p m Midweek meeting on Thursday evening  at 7:30 o'clock  Thomas Oswald, minister.  Just What You Need.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets are just what you need  when constipated; when you have  no appetite, feel dull after eating  and wake up with a bad taste in  your mouth. They will improve  your appetite, cleanse and invigor  ate your stomach and give you a  relish for your food. For sale by  F. J. MacKenzie.  Photography  After May iotb, the undersigned  will be prepared to take all kinds  of photos, views, etc.      Your order solicited.     G. H. Byrom,  Ladner.  A   O   U   VV  DELTA  LODGE   NO.   12,   meeta   fin     and  third   Tuesdays   in   cprh month la Wad-  !  dcll'j Hall.  T. W. KERR, Recorder.  THOS. K. LADNBR, U. W.  I O. F.  Court Ossbo', No. 3443, meets  in I O O F Hall, 3rd Tuesday in  each month Visiting brethren  always welcome. C. R, J B  Burr"; R S,   BS   McDonald   '  Eggs for H a i cii_rig  For the balance of the season  will sell VVuilfc Rocks at $1 per  setttng.    Secure them at onoe.  Thob. E. Ladnsr.  smmToits  Heatars, Parol lnipieinan_.*Pi_ura, Pranlaf  aad General kapolrin".    Ceni Oil aad  Oaaollne.  J. P. STAINTON,   -   -   -   .   Ladnar, B. C.  TAILORING  Clothaa Altarad, Cleaned and .Repaired.  Parcela left at W. _. McBride's atore and A. Walker's aud W: R- McCMlan'ii barbershop will be  /called for ou Monday and returned on Saturday.  0. W. WALKER.  Wir.dnor. Iiotel •  Corner Colunjbt* _ ?itghie, Sts.  NKW WHSTMINST8R  Srtuiple rooms ior commercial travelers. Cen  trally situated ia business portion of the city  Accorutn' datipu aud diuinj. room first Glass. Convenient to tramway terminus and 'C V R depot  and steamboats. Itatea fi, $1.35 and ji.s*.  A. VACHON,      ....      Proprietor  Hotel Colonial  J. E. INSLEY, Prop.  Rates, $1.50 and $».oo per day.  Special attention given   to Commercial  Travellers.  Cor. McKcusic and Clarkson Sts.  New Westminster, B. C.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA"  Electric Railway M li  (Westminster Branch)  Time Table  Cara leave Westminster for Vancouver at 6 a.m.  and hourly thereafter until 9 p. in.; Saturdays  and Sundays at 10 p.m.  Cars leave Vancouver for Westminsters at 7  a. in. and hourly thereafter uutil 10 p. m.; Saturdays and Sundays at 11 p.m.  FREIGHT CARS.  We run first-class freight cars between. Westminster and Vancouver and all shipments are  handled with the utmost eare and delivered to  consignee without delay. Special attention puid  to fruit shipments. Our wagons meet all boats  and trains, for rates, etc. apply to  D  A.. SHII.ES, F. R. GLOVER  Traffic Mgr. Local Mgr.  Westminster, B. C.  HOLBROOK HOUSE  NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  JAMES W. WB_S»f, Propriotor.  Strictly first class. Near Steambost Landings  and Railway Station. Farmers will find this a  convenient house to stop at wbeu iu the city.  Clarington Hotel  South Wes_r«Tin*ter,  Strictly first class accommodation.    Good stab!  ling,   Careful attention given to horses.  J wise, r>oi».  Hotel Leland  R. Dowawel), Prop. Vancouver, _. C.  One block from C. P. R. Depot and Steamboat  wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled.  Rates, $1.50 to }a per day.  Cor. Granville and HastingsSts.   -   -   -   Tel. u.  The  Delta  News  THE PEOPLES' POPULAR PAPER  •wt*  To itfccrsass your Business ibk  sert an ad. in The Delj&  News, it reaches every, house--  hold in Delta Municipalitj'.  It contains all the Loqal hag?  penings of the village and  district and no businees firm,  should neglect tQj have an ad:,  in it  f  'hi  < 1  '►V  1  ■1»  Mi  i r  .  Surrey Hotel,  ROljTII WESTMINSTER, B. C.  Mrs. K. GitoKGii,  Proprietress.  Newly furnished U;roughout.   First class accom  lnodation.   Choice liquors and cigars,  Good •tabling ia attendance.  li f IB  NEW WESTniN-TF-R, B. C,  A full line of English and Irish  Tweeds and Fancy Tromserings always kept in stock.  NOTICE.  In the . matter of the Act Inspecting certain WojlfS inor.oyer Navigable Waters . being Chapter 92  R.S.C. 1886,,.  1   '  ::  SU  Tin m  m AI III Hi  v  il  I  r  1 1   ij  '• •••Ca_-•?*<?* _«©'•>•«-' "^      1<m9j?9»9+9*9»9*9*»?9»9'r f;  J&^__,  af%  4m  fnting  t  rV.  u  of all kiuds done, neatly and;  at lTqson^'.ls prices. If you  wjMit ?.jiything in the printing  line you, ean. get it at; The  Delta. News .office. Lea*e  3«>ur qr4er a|i4. •* ^iU he attended to.  ■ »  .*'  I 'i:-     _--  AU;-ki_ds. of Bice pretty thi_gs.  Special inducements to Sunday  Schools and other committees and  Jarge buyers gtnerally.  Don't forget the place.  Mackay & Southon  CalumbUatrsa*.        «__    W_BTMH*_T_H,F.C  MOTICK is hereby given that one month after  date," The Corporation of the Township or  District of Surrey "will apply to the Governor in  Council, under the provisions of the above-mentioned Act, for approval of plaus for the construction of a bridge over the Serpentine River  on the Elgin Road crossing, Lot 450, Group 2,  New Westminster District.  Also that the said corporation has deposited  plans of the works proposed to be constructed  and a description of the site thereof, as required  by the snld Act, with the Minister of Public  Works at Ottawa, Ontario, and with the Registrar of t,and Titles at New Westminster, B. C.  Dated at New Westminster, B. C, this 30th  day of April, 1903.  M. M. CARNCROSS, C.M. C.  P. Clark  General Blacksmith  Ladner, B. C.  First class  work.  Horseshoing  a specialty.  ter Makers  Secure your parchment at The  Delta News office.. This stock  of, paper if the best in the.  province. Ton ean get It  either printed or plain.. When,  you need butter paper call or-  jLeMt°.,t!iiis..officc„.  «►.'  '»  ;i.<  \ ■:  —  tbe Delta Hews, Ladner :  __>—♦—♦ "ft »■<■'■♦ a ♦ a ■> *4*~+A+4     4, . A,,.,,  ,_•*. i   -.'• »>«M|t ■'■  ^j jT^V •  -i        ).„   .   A.i...,'.  r_^'  v --■  ___> THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY MAY 23, 1003.  PBVTA CORPORATION  JN CON .LAVE.  i _t. tsvi.vt tiiu not i_i.uk the  Council hau any 'power in the matter and did not see why the Council  should be consulted. The dam in  question was. in navigable waters  au_ tkeir boundary only extended  to the south bank ot the Fraser.  Coun. l,adiier had been informeti  by Mr. Bu.rr t_at other laud owners  were probably against the resolution, including ii'ivine and Mitchell.  The. Cleric stated that some 01  the settlers were a.s„iug Benson to  Ciose the slough-  D. Dove pointed out these people  lived further dowiu The slough  was very shallow at. low water. The  matter was one of vital importance  ifi thtm and be considered the  Council, were equally interested in  they: drainage scheme, and if their  actios was endorsed by the Council  it would carry weight. There  should be no delay, as Benson, who  had an axe to grind* had already  commenced the work.. In.reply to  the Raeve he said that no permission had been asked or given to  join on to the Council's dyke. They  were not antagonistic to Benson,  but if they lost that drainage they  must obtain it from some other  source.. If carried and the work  was allowed to proceed the Hume  pox, which cost the Council $800  last year,, would be useless.  The Clerk stated that Benson  had obtained permission from the  Pominion Government.  Mr. Djojve continued and characterized the week as a most dangerous, experiment. All the Council's  boxes would, be- useless in course of  tiine.  Coun.. Ladner said he had hitherto thought the scheme a good idea,  but since his at ten lion had been  Called to the matter he- was inclined to think the deputation had  grounds of complaint. He drew  the Council's attention to the silting  of the river bed outside their Council chambers, which was a case in,  point.. He considered the application required consideration,. It  seemed that the work, would impair  the utility of the Hume box and the  two boxes at Mitchell's. They  Would be constantly digging out  and putting up boxes elsewhere.  Coun. McCallan said no one  could tell which way the- Ftaser  rjver was going. It) might be a  good proposition or it might not..  The slough may be filled up in a  few years.  The Reeve referred to the gunboats drawing 15 and 1,6 feet which  used to pass up this channel years  ago.  Mr. Butterfield said the deputation were well aware that the  Council had no power except as it  effected their boxes, but their influence would go. a long way.  The Reeve; tegretted the absence  pf Coun. Burr, who represented  Ward 3.  D. Dove admitted in reply to  the Clerk that the bar was higher  and the channel deeper by three  feet since the box bad been put infc  but said in time the silt would be  up against tbe box doors so that  they could not be opened.  Coun. Ladner said the   Crescent  Island boxes would be affected also.  The Reere—In fact all of them  would be affected.  D; Dove said that Benson had  promised .them that if any harm  camp o£ it be would come with his  dredge and clear it out to his last  cent,, but they could not depend on  promises.  C-Un. Ladner remarked that the  Council had also had experience  with regard to promises.  A. Falk said that the slough was  two miles long and a quarter of a  mile wide and suggested that if  they could not stop the work Benson should be allowed, to go. down  as far as the Hume box and turn  the sloughj into a reservoir;. It  would make an ideal one.  H. Burr wished it to be known  \hat he was. net in favor of the dam.  He Lad heard tbat his   name   bad should be priced the same as sheep,  been mentioned ar, favorable to the Coun. Arthur said  when calves  scheme and he wished to   deny it. went astray it was time for theni to  On the motion of Coun.   Ladner b: turned into veal,  it was decided, no or  against, that The  Reeve   remarked  that   tl e  the Council should  visit   the work tariff could  be   altered   at   future  on Monday in a body,- inspect it  aud act in accordance with their  judgment. Coun. E-nbree undertook to postpone an engagement so  as to be present, and the deputation  thanked the Council and withdrew.  Marshall Smith appeared in person to apply tor repairs to the piled  right of way between his store and  wharf. He was not the owner but  only the lessee for a short term of  years.' The Council's employees  used the road for drawing gravel,  etc., and had reduced the value of  the property fifty per cent. He  considered if it was used as a public  highway the Council ought to keep  it in repair.  The Reeve said they neither allowed or disallowed the teams goiag  that way. They had no power to  spend money on any right of way  unless it was gazetted a public  road. The applicant could stop  trespass if he liked. He could put  up a notice, "No thoroughfare."  In reply to Coun. Embree the  applicant said the late owner had  hitherto kept the way in repair.  Coun. Ladner agreed that it was  an injustice to the lessee,   but   upheld the Reeve's ruling.  -Coun. Arthur   said   the   parties  could not prevent it being  a  highway after six years.  The Reeve thought 21 years.  The Clerk said that  formerly in  Ontario it was 21 years, but it had  been reduced to ten years.  Constable -Jordan w-s instructed  to stop die Council's teamsters"  ; going that way and it was decided  that nothing could be done in the  way of repairs' unless the present  owner consented to it being proclaimed a public highway.  The Clerk was instructed to  again claim $28, cost of recovering  and burial of the last body found  in the river, and to draw the attention ofthe Attorney-General to his  promise to the Reeve to reconsider  the decision of his deputy.  The following by-law was then  jjead a first time, to rescind certain  highways? x. That the highways  now established (a) Trenant School  Reserve (b) Lot 112 G. 2 to the  Ferrell road (c) section 33, running due east to Mud Bay be and  are hereby rescinded. 2. That  the highway established commencing, at the Fraser River at Lot 119  G. 2, running south, be and is  hereby rescinded, and in lieu thereof a highway be established, commencing at the N. E. corner of Lot  119 G. 2, a width of 45 feet,  Capt. Oliver wished to know the  Council's object in depriving the  public of these roads, as they may  be required years hence.  Coun. Ladner said the parties  interested did not want the roads  and it. would necessitate the erection of fences tor no purpose. He  protested against these constant interruptions ol i.'.ieir proceedings. It  all the landowners igieed it was no  one else's business to interfere.  The Reeve did not like to choke  off any ratepayer desiring information.  Coun. Embrew pointed out that  all the reside nts had petitioned the  Council iu this instance.  Capt. Oliver said nevertheless  they did not constitute the municipality. He would be glad to get  up a petition if he would get a few  acres of land by it.  The following by-law was then  read a first time: By-law to amend  the Pound Bylaw. 1. That section  6 is hereby repealed and the following substituted therefor. The  owner or other person entitled to  the possession of any animals mentioned in paragraphs hereof and impounded for being found straying  or running at large or tethered,  shall pay the poundkeeper as follows: For horses, mules and asses  $t each, horned and other cattle  $1 each, goals and sheep 25 Lents  each, swine $1 each.  Coun,  Embree  thought  calves  fi-.  readings before the bylaw was  ally passed.  The Reeve stated that a tempo,  ary loan was required and that the  were empowered to borrow sank  providing it was repaid before tit  end of the year. The Clerk was  instructed to advertise the intentio:  of the Council to take action in thi:  respect.  On the motion of Coun. McCal-  Ian the Clerk was also instructed to  advertise for tenders for the coile:-  tion of the dog tax, to be iu before  next meeting, the tax to be collected to the satisfaction ofthe Council.  Seconded by Coun. Ladner.  The Reeve said complaint had  been made to him that the dirt on  the slough road at Point Arthur  was higher than the planking.  Coun. Arthur said he was taking  out the clay to make the ditch  broader—a continuous ditch. People should wait until tbe road was  finished. Chinamen were employed  at six bits per rod, as white men  could not be obtained for twice that  rate of pay. Tbey could have his  resignation if they liked, as he was  tired of the Council, and he was  not able to turn a spade without  some outsider putting in  He would like to know  formant.  The Reeve declined to  It was his duty to bring  complaint made by a ratepayer.  Coun. Embree wanted to know  if;the railway were going to fix up  the load at the several crossings.  On the Arthur road there were no  planks between lhe rails, and ties  had to be used to get over.  Coun. Ladner said he had spoken  to the railway aathorities aboul  this, as many teamsters and people  were complaining. ■  Coun. Arthur said the present  state was a danger to traffic and  there would possibly be an accident  soon as tbey could not see a train "~  comiug owing to the ground not  being cleared.  The action of the Reeve and  Clerk in advancing $100 to E. B.  Nobles on gravel contract was sustained.  The following accounts were also  passed for payment: Wm. Alexander, hauling timber, $8.25; M  Smith, sundries, $8.75; Sam Kee,  Mason road, $8: R. H. Gillespie,  teams, #146.25.  The Council then adjourned till  3oth inst.  Eastern Cat-Hjr;c Piles on  Fencing.  9 Jlar, 40 inch high, 70 cents per rod.  8   "   45   li      '       62     •'      ■■     "  Dllier Styles anil heights at lik.- j.riCL-ii.  J O WADE, Ladner.  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers:  a word,  the   in-  comply.  up   any  Insure your Stocks, Houses and  Barns in the Anglo-American and  Equity Firf Insurance: Companies. We are not in the Insurance  Trust, and can positively save you  money.    Call or write foi rates.  A W McLeod,  DISTRICT AGENT.  Office: Burr Block, Columbia street,  'Phone 62.       New Westminster  PLAM TALK.  We are able to back up every  assertion we make. We stand  ready to furnish you the best of  everything in the LI ERY line,  Just as wesav we will.  We also have better facilities  hauling and handling freight  than any others in this vicinity.  When in need of a first-class livery rig call on us.  . Fashian  SiaMes . .  Wm. Alexander,  Proprietor.  Phone. 20  Ladner, B.  C.  <*___________________■___  Kit-Reform garments are growing in favor all the  time. We know this by the tremendous run we are baring for Spring Suits. ,  We are not astonished, knowing that Fit-Reform  Wardrobe is the only place where you can get an up-to-  date garment at a third to half what your tailor charges,  and your money back if dissatisfied.  Tit^eform Wardrobe  333 Hastings Street, VANCOUVER, B.C.  Mail orders promptly attended to.   Self-mean ur_ment blaske  and samples on application.  ____,______.<  -I-  ■>+++*♦ ->♦♦ ■♦«»>♦»♦■»■ »■■♦...  Delta Transfer Stable  LADNER, B. C.  SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND 8ADDLB HOlfJN.  ON SHORT NOTIC*  Team Work Done at Specially Low  JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  -- Telephone "Ladner" No. io.  If you want first class work  SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TQ THE  New Method Steam Laundry  NEW WESTM1NSTBR.  Lm Glfford, Agent, ~ - Japfawr  I.eavA Laundry on WntH.oy •«_!    if will    l~ •*•_%-*___•__    __*    _»-*-t__«>4«t£_  Gents clothes cleaned and pressed.     Blankets amd Curtaiat m ifscktof*  filot tofemJed for  vou  This Advertisement is not meant tor you if  you are nn artist or one accustomed to combine  colors aitistically, because yon. will know what to  do without advice or instructions, but for the ordinary run of mortals our aid in selecting W'all  Pap^r, Border.1* and other interior decorations  may not be amiss. Rest assured that our aim is  to thoroughly satisfy everybody, because that's  our business. See what we cau do in the way of  decorating your home, New Matting, Carpet,  Linolum and Oil Cloth just arrived. Call when  in the city aad judge for yourself or write for  prices.  W. E. FALES,  House Furnisher and Undertaker  NEW WBSTMINSTBR  USE  1  "TheyEnrloh the Earth."  VICTORIA CHEMICAL CO  w.J  IS  BRANDRITH, AGENT,  I.ADNER,  B. C.  C. P. N. Co.  TIME TABLE  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Clark.  First class work. Your patronage solicited,  W. H. TAYLOR,     -     -     PROP.  B,  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B. C—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  WILBERG & CO- itbw westinstex, b. c.  P. O. BOX Ml.  JU5t  Opened  Up  A full line of well assorted stock  of Men's and Boy's Clothing, Fur  nishings, etc., have just b«en opened up at tbe new store corner Columbia and Begbie Streets,  New Westminster, B.C.  Some of the latest styles and patterns in Caps and Felt Hats for  Men and Boys are on show.  Caps 25c and upward; Felt hats  ranging from $1 to 5J4, Among  other things in small wear I have  the President Suspender—the brace  of the century—acknowledged to  be the easist, most durable and  most comfortable brace made.  Drop in anyway, and see what  we have.  WM. CUMMING,  New Westminster, B. C.  NEW     WESTMINSTER-STEVESTON  ROUTE.  Steamer Transfer, leaves New Westminster at _ p.m . daily, except  Sunday. leaves Steveston Monday, 7 a.m., Friday 6 a.m. Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 6 p.m., calling at Fraser Kiver landings detween New Westminster and Steveston.  VICTORIA NEW WESTMINSTER  ROUTE.  1  S.S. Princess Louise leaves Victoria  TueeUays and Fridays at 7 a.m.  Leaves New Westminster Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a. ni.,  calling   at  Nayse,   Steveston   and  Guichon.  NEW  WBSTMINSTKR-CH1LL1WACK  ROUTK.  S.S. Baa ver leaves New Westminster  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a.m. Leaves Chilliwaok  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m., calling at Eraser  River landings between New  Westminster and Chilliwack.  VICTORIA-VANCOUVER ROUTE.  S.S. Charmer leave9 Victoria daily nt  1 a.m.    S.S.  Charmer leaves Vancouver daily at 1:15 p.m.  All   steamers   from   Vancouver   sail  from C.P.U. wharf.    Tho Company reserves   the   right    of   changing   time  table at any  time   without   aotifica-  tion.  For fall particulars as to time,  rates, etc,, apply to nearest agent, or  to  JAMES SCLATEH.  Vancouver  Depot   and   428  street, or to  Hastings  J. W. TROUP, _. J. COYtB,  Managar, Aast. Can. Pass Ajri  ▼istoria. Vancswrsi.  H. A. TJUWN, AG.., WBWimraTB*.  The Hit of  the Season  Oiir Millinery Opening, the most successful event ever held In tab  city. Our aim is to make this store your shopping plac«, and wa inteai  keeping all that's new and up-todate at prices which defy competition.  Try us for a Carpet  We certainly can suit you if quality, design and price will da It,  Our importation this season is'very large and we know the goods weje  bought right. Our range of new colors takes in a magnificent variety •  Fawns, Reds, Greens, etc., in Floral and Oriental designs with Borden,  and Stair Carpets to match, in Wiltons, axminsters, Brussels, Tapestry  and Ingrain; iu fact we doubt if a finer assortment can be found on thfc  coast.    We are selling Carpets.  Our Show of Dress Goods  Each day our range is growing. We can now show you _ lovely  range of Voiles, Camas Cloth, Nappa, Minstrel Cloths, targes, Haw  Veiling, etc., in all the very newest colorings, at monay-saYing price*.  Orders by Mail carefully and promptly attended to.  The Money Saving Spot  IS AT  Clm£5tevenson&C0  Corner Hastings and Richards Streets  VANCOUVER, THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY MAY 23, 1903.  fSST.r-.  LOCAL NEWS.  Miss Ethel Green is on a visit to  the Royal City.  Kow-Knre now  MacKenzie:  in  stock—F J  Monday, 25U1 May, the as. Transfc  for.N't" Weatr*! .later, via ^ievtouin  war:'1; Slour'i a' 7:30 a. iu., rst-.-.r..  us 111! ti.uc m  the a'rterapon;   aitd  • will leave  . ■■■ Wood  _g   at   a..-,  will   run   :;  9_ „__..„—p.—1.. .j  9«S»_-e©s9s©s©«>® •«•©__•• •£eO«eee«e9$* .*«.•••_•»_  * A full line  Mrs^ J^iug visited the Royal City  ispeoiii. trip to Nt .v \Ve*tinin:-U*r. ill '.lie evenhif  leuvi  ^ :-"u ve.itoii nt 7 o'clock.  on Monday.  Mrs. John,MacKenzie vas visit-  ii.g in Vancouv.er this week.  ":i ;i;ir.;;K'k.sl" varying in  frcm ;",;. to £5, Call and se;  r^.iiiiiisf,?   for   the    babv—at    the  price  "Our  I) 1 ilk" .Store.  W- N. Draper,  P. L. S.,  is sur-  •«^yi»g.on Hume and Storey's farm  fenders are called for purchase  of timber on lot 8, section 14, township 5, New Westminster district.  Open till 15th prox.  R. J. Lord and wife returned this  week from a visit in Vancouver.  Mrs. John Oliver returned to  Ijayside on Saturday from Victoria,  by ss. Victorian.  Thursday heiug Ascension Day  services were held by Rev. L. Amor  at All Saint's Trenant.  Mrs. W. L. McBride was a passenger by the V. T. railway for  Westminster.tp visit relatives this  week.  FOR SALE.— One three-horse  tread power thrashing machine.  Apply at Th? Delta News office.  Wanted—An experienced school-  mas er would give spare time in  return for partial board and residence. Locality within 4 miles of  Ladner. Address "Tutor," care  Delta News.  <£aW at the Leading Boot aud Slice House and you will  get. satisfaction both in quality and price. Latest styles  and up-to-date foot v.ear unexcelled in the province.  Choice Groceries •  and  p a in  lair, LeQAii Shoe Siore ol New WesilDstei  II. N. RICH,  LADNER, B. C.  Notary Public, Auclioneer.  Estate an} Insurance Agent.  $1G,GG® to   Kilvanco on  iWortgaffos.  Purchasing Agent,  Brackman-Ker Milling; Co. Ltd.  • ••«  ©  *  _•_•_._.  >_s_.se»_s s®s»e»»_«  . . HAVE YOU SEEN .  >C*.a«o.aC«  i Lee's   Fisrnliure Emporium |  An afternoon tea will be held at  the residence, of Mrs. Marshall  Smith on Thursday in aid of All  Saint's Trenant Church.  That seeding is oyer is manifest  by the number of loads of hay coming into towfi daily to be shipped  to Victoria apd Vancouver.  F-our general purpose horses were  landed here last Saturday for E.  Calhoun of Boundary Bay. They  were bred in Kamloops district.  Mrs, M. N- Reid and family  have left for Alaska to join the  former's husband and eldest son,  who are employed on a canaery  tjiere.  .  r '.   J    Councilors T. E. Ladner and L.  W. Embree and Clerk N. A. McDiarmid were in the Royal City on  Tuesday • consulting the Council's  solicitors.  Rev. L.Amor attended the farewell reception to Rey. Mr. Shil-  drick at. Westminster, wbich took  place on Tuesday evening and was  largely attended.  A bear was seen on T E Lad-  ner's farm by H Mitchell last Wednesday evening and a party ol  spotts went out the next morning  to hunt it. They failed to find the  lair, but got on his spoor.  J. F. Stainton has erected the  farmers' scales opposite his store on  Delta street and they are now available tor use. They were made by  the American Scale Co. of Kansas  City and are on the U. S. standard  basis.  0 When  in  town call and inspect our stock.    We think we  9 have as good as the best in British Columbia, and at prices that  0 will stand comparison. Our Carpet, Oilcloth, rnd Linoleum deal partir.eut is suie to please you. Pillows and Mattresses in large  9 variety. Bedroom, furniture, Sideboards, Chairs of every description. Extension Tables, Curtain Poles and fixtures. Picture  Framing, Go-Carts, Iron Beds, etc., etc. In fact ah:iost every  thing you need in the furnishing line. We dont consider it a  trouble to show our goods, because it almost inwriably means a  sale sooner or later. Mail orders receive our careful and prompt  attention.    Give us a trial.  JOHN   A.   LEE,  Dupont Block,  Tel. 7-V New Westminster, B. C.  ©•©•£• _.»_a_.«_ia9»©a©a©»   e>f *~e©o©a©a©»©_©a©e®a©  We are told that on no part on  the continent is there better beer  produced than at present in New  Westminster. Mr. Nels Nelson of  the Westminster Brewery, has lately  put on the market a bottle beer  similar in color and taste to that  produced on the American side.  All who have tasted same pronounce it to be a high class article.  TENDERS  Will be received up to June 15th, 1903, for the  purchase of Timber I.ot S, .- ectiou 14. Township  5, New Westminster District, 20 acres, more or  less.  The   highest   or   any tender   not   necessarily  accepted.   Address  MRS. HRQCKl.KHURST,  84 rourth St., Victoria, B. C.  APPLICATIONS  Will be received by the Delta Municipal Council,  up until noon, Saturday, May 30th, i__i for the  position of road tax collector Applicants to  furnish bonds and state salary required.  N.  A. McDIARMID. C. M. C,  Ladner, May aist. 1903.  FOUND  On tke picnic ground, Boundary Bay, crockery-  ware and cutlery. Information can be obtained  of lame on application at the.  DKLTA NKWS OFFICE.  Sound—A triangle shape brooch, made out of  Oriental coins. Owner can have same by calling  at The Delta News office and paying tor thle ad.  The steamer Yosemite will take  about 50 tons of oats (last season's  crop") from E. Cammidge's farm,  Boundary Bay, to Victoria, consigned t6 McDowell &■ Rosse. Wm.  Alexander, of the Fashion stables,  has the contract tor the road transportation.  An amendment to the Poison Act  has been brought forward by John  Qlirer to tke effect that persons  laying ont poison shall give at  least twelve .hours' notice by posting notices _, in five of. the most  public place? within two miles of  tlie,place where the poison is to be  W. B. Fales, the house furnisher  of N*w W,?stmins(er, has Inaugurated-ag origisal $5 sale for one  week.' Not only ..one. article that  cfU be soldfor $5 but combinations  of articles, such as parlor centre  table, lace curtains, curtain chains  and curtain poles with full trim-  minings, wash stand, towel hanger,  towel rings-, large mirror and many  other novel combinations. The entire window-space is devoted to  show the articles and the sale is  sure to be kept up with interest  th?. entire week.  PIGS WANTED.  Wonted 20 store pigs, about 90 or 100 lbs. each,  for the Delta Creamery Co., Ltd. Apply, stating  price, to C. V. GRKEN,  Ladner, 22nd May, 1903. Secy.  DAINTY B IU,  Prices 15c lo 35c per yard.  Laoes, Trimmings,  Gloves, Hosiery.  . When in Westminster call at  Gordons BryguoUs House  Mail orders promptly attei d'.'d to.  PAINTING, VARNISHING,  PAPER HANGING,  eie  ie  tei  z  AND   CALCIMINING.  The undersigned is prepared to  do all kinds of the above work  in a first-class manner. Manufacturer of all kalsomine used.  C. Beadleston,  - Ladner, B. C.  Coming  1  Dlider the auspices of  THE  U  ))  Miss Isabel T. Kerr  Elocutionist  Miss Queenie McCoy  Soloist  Unexcelled In The West  Bargains  In  Bicycle®*  1903 Brantford, highest grade $45.  "    Massey  Harris    45  "    Cleveland'    45  "    Perfect    45  "    Crescent    30  Extra for cushion frame $5; ex?  tra for coaster brake $5.  Prices quoted are for high grade  wheels, not old models and job lots.  Will quote  price ou any wheel  made.  H. McCORMICK,  Steveston, B. C.  ,t Horse Goods! I  ; {     Our  Harness and   IIor.se   Furnishings   '  1   have long proved reliable, and they arc 3 i  )t  built not only for stj'le but wear.  ) i REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. .  i\ huqh Mcdowell, |  M LADNER, B. C. , ''  O  PICKLES  AND  CATSUP  Naval Oranges  and  Bananas.  ©  aGesfcs  o  © Furnish intr / * X  n^ _• ft  I TpORT   GUICHON\?ofectloner^ g  9*  —AT THE—  CITY BAKERY  I ROBERT MAY |  Ladner,  B.C.  •Qt.t.a.oQ....*.  A NEW LINE OF t  Groceries!  ■ *—    j  Ms oroniteware, Tinware.  jTiNSMlTHING .  and REPAIRING  j! Heatere lihed and stoves set up.  f Agent fot  J The   Gurney  Foundry   Coy's.  J    Oxford Stoves and Ranges.  i       The best on the market.        j  I  HI  Y  J. HENLEY   %  c.  ♦♦♦   NKW WESTMINSTKR,    :-:  B  ♦♦•  Manufacturers of all kinds ot  ♦*♦ Sodi* Water, Ginger  1  k    Ale and Summer  I Drinks. \  1 1  !       Your patronage solicited      J  4<^l4H^.|^»>,.lJl4^»^N^4^4rt2,<fMj»<l^  HIE lilt UN  Service between  Seattle and  the East  FINEST AND  FASTEST  TRAINS  Tickets at lowest rates to  European, ,Eastern and Kootenay points,,  Leave Westminster 10 a.m.  Arrive       " 3:30 p.m.  r>. P-. SANDERSON, Agent.  NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.  Town Hall.Ladner  Thursday  May 28th  TICKETS 50 CENTS  I  I  FRANK J. ROWLAND,  Conveyancer, Notary  Public, General Insurance, Real Estate.  Steveston, :;: B. C  The Delta News  One Dollar a Year.  ••••••••••••••••••••a*  HENRY'S NURSERIES  30P9 WESTMINSTER ROAD.  Fruit and Ornamental  Trees,   Roses, Bulbs  and Rhododendrons.  .  .   HOME CROWN AND IMPORTED .  .  GARDEN FIELD AND FLOWER SEEDS.  Bee Hives and  Supplies-  ... Whore..Ie  and Retail.  Call and examine our stock and make your selection for Spring planting. CATALOG FREE.  M.  J.   HENRY,  Vancouver        -        -        B. C  t  *  I  *  LADIES BEOUSES        EADIES SAILORS  LADIES SKIRTS LADIES WHITE. UNDERWEAR t  AND STAPLE DRYGOODS t  FRESH ::: GROCERIES :-: EVERY :* WEEK   |  I). J. dutcberson's  t  I  $5,000  of These Goods.  Just to Hand.  The world's latest  styles, also,  a beautiful line of-        -   •  Patent Leather Oxfords  and Lace Boots  Qur Spring   Goods both Ladies  and Gentlemen now in.  WM. JOHNSTON,  URALO  In Beautiful; Tints for  Wall Finishing,  Decorating and; Mending  17. F. ANDERSON & CO  Corner Front and 6th Streets,  NEW WESTMINSTER, B C.  I 11  Contractors  and Builders  LADNER, B. C.  W N DRAPER;  PXOVINCIAI, LAND SURVEYOR  Room 5, BUard Block, New Westminster.  LOST  Friday at Boundary Bay  a Silver Hat Pih;. Finder rewarded on. return to The  Delta News Office.  MUSIC  Mrs. Plewes, Music Teach-,  er. Terms on application.  Dance music supplied.  Ladner, B. C.  Just arrived a complete stock  Vegetable, Flower, Field and Garden,  Seed.   Seed Grain of all kinds.  Grass and Clover Seed  Brackman-Ker Milling Co.  New Westminster, B. C.  [Men's Summer  | Flannel Suits  | *6, $8i$ioi,>an_-$iz.  ♦*•  I  Coats made double and single breast styles.     Some,of  *t the suits also made with vests to match,  {        J. E. PHILLIPS  |      709-711 Columbia Street   ;-;     New Westminster,      r  At 4 * ♦"'♦."♦♦♦*^l»^'4*t* — . a a_s a i> a » ■ <■ » l^t.^.^.;^  t^^m:.  ■«i  ■______■  ____■

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