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 V  ■■■■■  s -  ;   -■-.      /■   ''\'[  r«L I. Ne, 30.  LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1902.  $1.00 a y*mi  The Market Very Good,  John R.  McDonald  Drowned.  The weekly market held yesterday was an average one. -The glut  ,la fruit still cpntinues and large  quantities were offered but sale was  alow. There waji little meat offering although there were fair arrivals  of poultry which .sold at slightly  advanced prices. The following Is  the official list of quotations furnished by the market clerk:  ■■»»  par pomnd  Ft* •yaartara......,,.,.    s*t»«  SfOTTOM  roax  Whale,    i,   ,  TSUI.  Sausll  jack  Oals..».          $35 ton  per do*  **••* "• WW"      3otojjc  S*WWli, Htm.         J6toJ6.S<>  IsWaVrra .„,,„,....      3 o» to 5 pt  nxnr  per boa-  peaches ....,..,..   -.    >> per.cjsjf  BUekberrles £*.  .........   li.so  Burns the young American .wijo  was sentenced to six years at $tev-  tston for net stealing was released  this week on an order of Habeas  Corpus and was rearrested on the  same charge. The reason of his release was that the magistrate had  exceeded his authority in sentencing  him.   He will be retried,  A man named Grace was up in  the district court Wednesday oh a  charge of stealing a carcass of mutton, he was sent up for trial, - He  Was given six months on .another  charge of having stolen some rope,  Thf Shamrock lacrosse club of  Montreal will leave that city on  Monday, September 22nd, to play  a series of games with the local  team daring exhibition week,  John R, McDonald a well known  resident of Westminster, and who  had been employed with W. L, McBride at Port Guichon was drowned  ia the river on Sunday, by falling  out of a Ashing boat. He had two  brothers in this province who reside  here.... The funeral was held Tues  day afternoon the I. O. 0. F, conducted the service.  The death occurred in this city of  one of Westminster's rnpst prominent and well known citizens in  the person of Mrs. B, W. Shiles,  wlf« of ex-Mayor Shiles, Tha deceased had been a resident of the  city for over thirty years, She had  beep in ill health for some time,  Donald McRae a pioneer ofthe  district died at Elgin last weak,  Hi came to this province during the  Cariboo gold excitement.  September 10th, was the fourth  anniversary of the hire.  A mountain lion six feet long  was shot at Westminster junction  WATER RIGHT SUIT  Obstructing the Flow of  the River by Dams.  In Osgoode Hall, Toronto, be-  Chief Justice Falconbridge the following water suit was disposed off:  Saunby t. Water Commissioners.  —Judgment (C.) in action brought  at London for injunction, mandatory order and damages. Plaintiff  is the owner of lands bordering on  the River Thames and alleges that  *n 1879 and 1880 the defendants obstructed the flow of the river by erecting and maintaining a dam and  flash-boards in the river bed, which  forced back the water so that it was  prevented from flowing away from  his land, and remained at his mill  and in his tailrace, compelling the  use of steam instead of water power  at times. He claims damages for  these alleged wrongs, and an injunction to prevent a continuance  of them and a mandatory order directing the removal of the dam and  flash-boards. Held, that the defendants are in the wrong and have  not acquired a prescriptive right.  Plaintiff is entitled to damages both  as riparian proprietor and mill owner, Judgment accordingly for  plaintiff, with costs and reference as  to damages to be confined to the  six years prior to the commencement of this action. Injunction  granted. Thirty days' stay,«i-Tor-  onto Globe,  Salmon Price Not Settled  According to reports received the  Fishermen's Union have sent a letter to tha Canners' association stating that they, are not .satisfied to accept i6}4 cents per fish. The Canners' association are positive that  according to contract the count of  fish put up comes to over 252,000  fish, and the price of 16 v; cents is  the correct one. The count, how-  aver, is being again carefull checked.  The fisherman made a formal  claim for 18 cents per fish for the  peek. The canners have handed  down an ultimatum of 16^ cents,  .and there the question now stands.  The Dramatic Society.  A meeting of the Excelsior Dramatic Society was held Thursday  evening, when the plans for the  winter's amusement was discussed.  Plays have been selected and are  expected along shortly when the  members will commence rehearsals.  New members have been added in  the place of those who have left town  and the society has now a full party  again. The plays put On will no  doubt receive the encouragement of  the people of this section as they  did the past season.  The midweek meeting will be  held in the Presbyterian church on  Thursday evening, after havingbeen  discontinued for the past several  weeks.  Mr.   Borden  Visits The  Delta  and   Was  Much Pleased.  R. L. Borden, leader of the Liberal-Conservative opposition in the  House of Commons at Ottawa and  Messrs. Clarke, Powell and King  who are touring British Columbia  and holding meetings, paid Ladner  a visit on Wednesday. The party  consists of sixteen, but the others  did not take advantage of the trip  from Vancouver to Westminster by  the Fraser river, going over by  tram, where Mr. Borden held a  meeting in the evening.  The visitors were met at Vancouver by a delegation from Westminster who accompanied them to  Steveston and up the river. At  Ladner the steamer Transfer was  held for a couple of hours, the party  being received by a local delegation.  Carriages were provided and the  visitors driven by some of the farms  close by, remaining a short time at  tbe'JubiJee Farm, where they were  received by Mrs. McNeely, whose  cousin is a Jaw partner of Mr, Borden at,Halifax. Mr. Borden was  presented with a nice bunch of holly  and flowers as mementos ofthe visit.  After a short drive around the  party arrived at the steamboat landing where they again took the  steamer for the Royal City,  Tha party were highly pleased  with their visit in the Delta and  when shown the grain and products grown here were surprised at  the fertility of the Deltalands; .  Sunday's Blaze.  Last Sunday afternoon about  1:30 o'clock, fire was discovered in  the drygoods department of Marshall Smith's establishment. The  alarm was given and with a few  buckets of water the fire was soon  quenched, The origin of the fire  is supposed to be from the coals of a  pipe. The loss will amount to  about $150, curtains and hats be  ing the principal goods destroyed  C. P. McKay and A. C. Good were  on the wharf and noticed the reflection of the fire on the office window and at once 'gave the alarm.  Tbe steamer Dunsmuir and Lapwing were tiea up at wharf and immediately got up steam and their  fire apparatus ready to protect the  wharves and waterfront buildings.  If the fire had succeeded in getting a good start considerable destruction would have been the result  as quite a breeze was blowing at  the time.   B. S. McDonald has purchased  from the B. C. Land Co. about  50 acres of land behind Arthur's  property and this week was burning the peat preparatory for a large  crop.  XH£ £IVER SURVEY  Of £he Channels   From  The Mouth.  The pilots of the Vancouver and  Westminster Pilotage Authority  commenced their annual survey of  the Fraser river from its mouth to  Westminster.  Pilots Ettershanka, Patterson,  Robertson and Jones arrived in  Steveston this week with a full  equipment for the work to be carried out. Work commenced at the  mouth of the river off the Sand  Heads light station, and from there  a survey of the channels y> Westminster will be completed. The  relative position of buoys and beacons to channels will also be investigated.  Every year after high water on  the river, the pilots survey the  channels, which during high water  periods shift their position in some  cases very considerably. In consequence of that change of base it is  absolutely essential that the pilots  taking vessels into the river to load  salmon cargoes at the canneries  should know exactly the position  of the channels, and the varying  depths of water to be found in them'.  The survey work usually takes  three or four days to complete/  Cottage City Wrecked.  On Sunday night at 10:20 o'clock  the Seattle steamship Cottage City,  Capt, David Wallace, ran ashore on  Island Point, Etolin Island, which  is located in Stikine Strait, about  twenty miles south of the little  town of Fort Wraafel. She was  southbound at the time. A hundred  fifty passengers were on the Cottage  City when she struck, but not one  was injured, and all were taken  from the wrecked vessel three hours  after the accident by the steamer  Spokane, which sailed north last  Friday. The passengers were taken  to Skagway.  The position of the ship it would  appear that she struck head on.  She ran about fifty feet on the rocks  and settling herself to the incline,  she went to the bottom. At high  tide it is stated that her hurricane  deck is under water. When the  steamer struck, about a hundred  tons of salmon cargo was jettisoned  in the hope that she would float.  Special   Prizes Donated  to  The ©elfca Fair,  jRoom for More.  The following are tbe .special  prizes for the fall fair:  The Delta News, The'Victoria  Times, The Vancouver Province,  and Columbian.  T. J. Trapp & Co., one carving  set, best lady rider.  E G Prior & Co, one Dietz car-  carriage lamp, best lady driver.  H McDowell, most prizes in Division B, driving whip  Grant & Kerr, most prizes ia  Division B, C and best two sqvashes  $5 each.  Brackman & Ker, best milling  oats, $$.  Marshall Smith, most prizes ia  Division H, $5  John Mackenzie, goods to the  value $5, most prizes in Divison I*.  J. F. Stainton, one wringer, !sr  best laundried shirt by amateur, ia  Division L  The Delta News, for best looking baby, born in the Delta district  since the first of the year, $5  John Oliver, M.P.P., best collec*  tion of Agricultural products $5.  Entries to he made before Sept 20th.  F J MacKenzie, best writing one  hundred words,, girl or boy, fifteen  years and tauter, suiting desk,  value $2.50, same as abowe, ten and  under, writing desk, value $1.  B S McDonald, principal Ladner  school, best map, girl or boy fifteen  yean and under, 1 st $t, ?ad 50 cts,  3rd 25 cents  Victoria Truck.and Dray Co, for  best sucking colt by " Newman,"  ist $7; 50, 2nd $s, s/d $a-so.  In the prize list the special  prizes under Divison M, given by  John Mackenzie and J. F. Stainton  go to Division L, Exhibitors aril)  please take notice.  Th« "Baby Show "entries are  free, and anyone wishing to make  entries for same can receive entry  forms from the sectretary,   ..  The sports committee have about  completed the program for their  portion of the celebration.  Tha Ladner band will five a ball  in the town hall, on Friday evening September 26th. It is intended  to make this one of the attractions  of the fair.  Bishop Dart Recovering,  A Montreal despatch says Bishop  Dart of Westminster, who was hurt  at Port Arthur on his way to attend  the general synod at Montreal has  practically recovered. He is still  at the Glengarry hospital, McGill  college avenue.  The annual convention of the  British Columbia Settler's Association will be held at Westminster on  Oct. 2, at 3 p. m. Delegates are  expected for Ladner.  Delegates.  The Liberal-Conservative association of Delta met at Port Guichon  on Tuesday evening when delegates  were elected to attend the convention to be held at Revelstoke. The  following were the delegates chosen:  VV. H. Ladner, T. E. Ladner, Mar- ,<.  shall Smith, W. H. Smith, H. J.  Hutcherson, and  W. L. McBride.  Mrs. W. H. Smith has been &  during the past week.  aaaaaaaa THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER 13, 1902.  .■-  TUB   DELTA   NEWS   !  BY RIC.   A.   FEASER.  .iiabscription Price, per vear Infldvauce, $1.00  t i -    ■  SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER   13,   19°2-  POLITICAL PARTIES;  The Liberal-Conservative party of  British Columbia meet in convention at Revelstoke this week to consider the political situation from  their point of view. The adoption of party lines is one of the  the chief questions. Every year  the Conservative and Liberal party  meet in convention at different  places and have the usual family  rows, elect leaders, promulgate a  policy, and have a general chew the  rag. So far as The News can remember, nothing has ever been accomplished by either party on account of these "annual meetings.  We believe party lines is the only  way to avoid the disagreeable state  pf affairs in this province, but cannot see how it is going to tome  about. In both parties are dissenting factions of a mixture of  Conservative aud Liberals, who will  not support or countenance leaders  arrange about fixing prices, which  rather disproves tbe assertion.  The butter frcni the Delta is tco  well know and gives such good sal-  faction tn its 'patrons in Victori;,  that we have no doubt the customers will always be able to procure it  there, notwithstanding that the ii -  laud creameries have captured the  trade.  FIRE PROTECTION".'  There is no doubt but what the  town of Ladner needs fire protection.  The narrow escape of our largest establishment business from being destroyed by fire on Sunday last, brings  forth the argument more strongly  in favor of fire protection. So far  the discussion has been hike warm  and we believe has not received the  consideration that is due it. The  committee appointed by the citizens,  communicated with our member  and the government, as requested  by the meeting, and as a result the  municipal act has been amended to  allow municipalities to pass by laws  and issue debentures to raise funds  for fire protection purposes. It is  now up to the council and people to  act.    It is necessary that protection  of some kind should be inaugurated  or anything else, and   it is almost! and Tun News hopes  that an or-  impossible to believe that either can  work together successfully on party  lines. In the provincial house the  party in power, with a doubtful  majority, is comprised of all kinds  of political parties and the opposition is the same. At present it is an  easy matter for a member of the  legislature to get a "mean on" over  some petty affair and cross over to  the other party. With the adoption of party lines this would be  done away with as members would  be duty bound to toe the mark. If il  is possible to leave a majority of the  present members at home during  the next election, there will be a  chance to get a government in power with a competent leader, be it  Conservative or Liberal. It is time  the affairs of this province were in  business hands and allow the province   to   command . respect on the  outside,   which   it   does  not do at  i.       • i  present.  ganized fire brigade and fire apparatus will be one of the first objects  put forth by the council and citizens.  DELTA BUTTER.  In an interview with the Winnipeg  Commercial, R. M. Palmer of the  British Columbia Agricultural Department, states that the cutting of  prices of butter during the spring  'was done by creameries to try and  Capture the Victoria butter trrtde,  but that the three island creameries  had practically  secured  the trade  and inferred  that  they intended to  t  keep it.    We   think   Mr.   Palmer  knows, and we know too, that the  Delta Creamery sells more butter in  i  Victoria today and  all  during  the  year than any island creamery. The  island   creameries   can   only   run  about foui or five  months  on pas-  Why will the medical men of the  coast cities persist ill sending advanced cases of phthisis to Kamloops? They must know that improvement is absolutely out of the  question and it would be far kinder  to advise these patients to stay  quietly at home instead of subjecting them ta the fatigue of traveling  when in a condition ill able to bear  the strain. Incipient cases may derive some benefit, but these far advanced ones are .hopeless, and to  send them here is crass stupidity.—  Kamloops Sentinel.  •••*>■•■»'»■•.  J. HENLEY   T  ♦*.  Ni;\Y WESTMINSTER,    X  B« C.  I  A Manufacturers of all kinds ol  y  a Soda Water, Ginger  ,?.    Aie and Summer  | Drinks.  \       Your patronage solicited  *♦•!>•♦*•.••♦%•••••♦••••*••©.•%•••»••■  T  .••>•••♦.♦»••*:•  +   i '      '   ':V. '  "A man is known by the company  he keeps"  The foHwing distinguished personages have bought  BELL PIANOS  Her Royal Highness the  Princess  of Louise  Her Majesty the Queen of Italy  His Majesty the   King of Holland  His Imperial Majesty the Emperor  of Japan  His Imperial Majesty the Sultan of  Turkey  Rt Hon The Marquis of Lansdowne  Rt Hon The Marqnis of Dufferin  and Aya  Countess Adelina Patti Nicolini  Sir John Stainer Mus, Doc London  Count Von Filbinger of Austria and  many other members of Royalty  and Nobility.  . >  +  ii  !(  In selecting a Piano see that it has the improved 4 Pedals  Full Metal Plate, Bushed Tuning Pins, the Illimitable  Double Repeating Action.  You will be in good company if you buy a  New Art Bell Piano  W. W. MONTELIUS  Exclusive Agent in B. C. for the "NEW ART" BELL and  other choice makes.  410 Hastings, Street, VANCOUVER.  %+a+-H -H -H -1 *» *4 *+f -H"f'H*+♦H-r-f *♦ •fr-H-H-f *♦*+*+*♦ H* + ff*H  "  w*im  FOR [fill Pill  .-.-■a.   Rhododendrons,  Ablins,  Shade   Treen,  imall Fruits,  •eenhouse and bedding out plants, alien; than  eastern or foreign prices.  sn certificate ft ,:n the inspector.  ,rdeu, Field, aud Mower Seeds.   Bach variety  tested as to viiMity, and at close pnees.  :nlll»ers,   Bee Supplies,   Agricultural  liuple  incuts, &C.  w catalogue tells you all about it. .Call and  exainin?6ur stock and get our list or send  for it: ij will mi .-e you li  V.resi  9  9  9  9  IJSttSH.v!  JOHN SIMPSON, Proprietor.  M.  J.  Westminster (toad  you money.  HENRY,  CHURCH   NOTICES.  BAPTIST.  Services will be  held  on Sunday  evening at 7:30,  I W  Williamson,  pa stcr  CATITOLIC  P.everend Father Edm. Peytaviu,  O.M.I. Service's first .and third  Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m.  ST. ANIjKK\\\S  PRESBYTEKIAN  Services next Lord's Day at 11 a.m  aud 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 2 p 111 Midweek meeting 011 Thursday avening  a'tyijo o'clock Thomas Oswald,  minister.  A1,T. saint's TR-ENANT_  Service will be held in the   even-  jT9*  LADNER, B. C.  P. SHIRLEY, Proprietor.  Conveniently  situated  and  first class in every particular.  BEST CUISINE SERVICE  1  efitted throughout    with New [Horses, New Buggieg j  and Hacks.    Good saddle Horses alway on, hand.  Lowest Rates. - - Telephone No. 13, .  w •'  1  FOR SALE.  turage, whereas on  the Delta lands  there is good pasturage practically  all the rear roui.d, which  of itself  !        '■'    i   j . ■•.".        , . ing at  7:30 o'clock by Rev Bell  it a great advantage to a creamery.<  As to the cutting o   prices made so  much of by Mr. Paltrier, we under-  • ata'nd that was done by the island  '■• creameries after agreeing to put the  ■"■©fice of ;bntter oh a   paying' basis.  • They are now  trying  to g :t  up a  meeting of all  tlie  creameries dur-  <-fng tH« Westminster fait to'try arid  METHODIST.  Services next Lord's Day at 3 p.m  Everybody invited.' A N Miller,  pastor  For. first class Tonsorial  work go to SHOP'S  ;; Giyois, Tosoca PiuesjlG  Try Shcrffa New Cijar Tlis^ ..PUHITANOU.'  P. Clark  General Blacksmith  Ladner, B. C.  First class  class work  Horseshoing  a specialty.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that thirty  dayS after date I intend to apply to  tlie Chief Commissioner of Lands  ••id Works for a lease of the fore-  •liore of Kwomais Point situate in  S[ew Westminster district, commencing at a point marked H C. on  the south east corner of Kwomais  Point, thence one mile in a north  westerly direction.  Harry Carter.  Dated iCth July, 1902.  A    registered    Shorthorn    roan  bull, calved March  1901, and also  spring bull calves (or sale.   Apply to  W- H. LADNER,  LAirNER, B. C.  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers:  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 for rates.  A. "W. McLeod,  DISTRICT AGENT.  Office: Burr Block, Columbia street,  'Phone 62.       New Westminster.  G. T. Bato  E BUILDER  PAIR::  Agent for  Ladner, B. G.  s  LADNER, B. C  WM. ALEXANDER, PROP.  Livery rigs  and  saddle horses for  hire:     Horses bought and sold  on commission.   , ' ■  ^eamingdrme on short notice.  A full stock of Buggies, Carriage* always an  hand.   Repairing of all description*. '  G.w:Pudd  House Painting  Ladner, B. C.  All  kinds of painting   done.  Your orders solicited.  A^A-t'A-»-A'<t-A^A-.-A-*^-».A^A^A*.  The Delta News  One Dollar a Year  A-»A.+A*^*.<^A+-A-*-A*-A*+$+.A*> the; delta news, Saturday, 'September 13, 1902.  A SILUJUAN.  ~'-3?lie.y. built a fine church at his very  door—  He wasn't in it;  -They brought him a scheme for relieving the poor—  He wasn't in it;  Let them work for themselves as he  had done,  They wouldn't ask help of any one  If they hadn't wasted each golden  mi_ute—  He wasn't in it;  .So   ha   passed   the   poor   with   a  haughty tread—  He wasn't in it;  ,/tnd   he   scorned   the   good with  ayerted head—  He wasn't in It;  When men in the halls of virtue  met,  He saw their goodness,without regret;  . Too hjlgh the'mark for him to win it.  He wasn't in it;  A carriage swept down .the street  one day—  He was iu it;  The funeral trappings made display,  He was in it;  •»St. Peter received him with book  and bell;  " My friend, you have purchased a  ticket to —well,  ...Your elevator goes down in a min-  '      ute!"  He was in it.  The City of The West.  The Vancouver Province states  (that the entire C. P. R. water front  at Vancouver is to be remodelled  and a gigantic sch^jae of improvements carried out. Wharfage extensions, the cost of which will run  into many hundred thousands of  dollars, are projected from the al  .ready large and ever increasing facilities ql that nature with which  j|ine the .waterfront from Cordova  Street on the west to -Westminster  avenue on the east.  .Five mammoth whales, each 6c,q  feft long and 175 feet wide, to harbor the big steamships bearing tl e  fruit's of Canada's rapidly increr6-  ingtrade will be built—wharves  which will permit the largest ocean  going steamships in the world to  berth, discharge aud receive cargoes  destined for all parts of the world.  Te^fi warehouses 450 fte't long  »iid 50 feet wide, larger than those  npw occupying the Canadian Pnci-  >j5c wharves, are to be erected on the  new .docks. Railroad spurs ?frcm  the main line of the big railway  which commences in Vancouver  and «;nds in Montreal, will run between the warehouses—for each  wharf will have two of those mammoth storehouses. Provision will  ijlso be made for the future erection  of grain elevators and flour mills,  Large poal bunkers will also te  built.      ___ _____  A £ard.  Tp,Churches, Sunday Schools, Lod-  ififes and private families:  Having too large a stock of chapel  and church organs and not wanting  to carry thein over until.next spring  _s .I need the room, I will sell a  large variety of styles in oak and  walnut cases at wholesale prices.  A few samples: $150 •rgans for  jp-54; #200 organs, for #79; $300 organs, for4112; $350 organs for $136.  All these organs are new and are  the best makes ; that are built ir  Canada. Will sell on easy .terms i;  desired. -It is not the money I need  as much as the room and my wish  (lot to carry such a large stock as  to become shopworn. Write for  catalogue and prices or call at  W. W. Montelius' Piano & Organ  Warerootns .jjo Hastings Stree',  Vancouver  Servant—Vou brought the wrong  medicine for missus, yesterday, end  it nearly killed her. Doctor's Boy  —Lor ain't she lucky, 'cos I tuk  'er medicine to another old gal, and  she's dead.—Colored Comic.  Interviewer—How do yo account  for your love pf music?  Drum Major-Well when me father was young he was a furniture  remover, and wan day a pianny fell  on him.  Fall Fairs.  The following dates of Fall Fairs  have been announced:  Langley—Sept. 17.  Kelowna—Sept.  17,   18  Maple Ridge—Sept.  18  Kent—September 18.  Nanaimo—September 19, 20.  Vernon—Sept. 22. 23, 24.  Surrey—Septein ber 2 3.  Coniox—September 24, 25.  Chilliwack—Sept. 24, 25, 26.  Kamloops—Sept. ,24, 2,5, 26.  DELTA—September 26, 27.  Ashcroft September 26, 27.  Cowichari—September 26, 27.  Central Park—Sept. 26' 27.  Coquitlani—Sept. 27.  New Westminster—September 30  October 1, 2, 3.  Victoria—Oct. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.  TOWN HALL  LADNER  Auction   Sale  Household Furniture and  Effects:  COMPRISING: Parlor suite, walnut dining table,  lounge, center table, chair?, carpets andrugJHwo  3-ilaj.' clock's, pictures, oak bedroom suite, three  maple buifiius, several bedsteads fin il mattrasses,  2 single bed it pads and mattrasses, childacrib ami  bed singer sewiug machine, set brasyi counter  .scttl_s, kitchen table and chairs, meat safe, dishes  and cooking utensils, curtain poles and blinds  1 Steel Kantiv I Cook Stoves^ 2 beaten;, washing  machine, clofhes dryer, wash tubs, 3 zinc baths,  2 churns, toci chest; breach loading double barrel  ■shot gun N'u. jo, Laoies Bicycle, 1 dozen chickens, canary ir cage and 0 miticeUaaeoutf assort"  nieiit of household goods which  ■\1R. H. N. RICH has been Instructed by Mrs.  Mnry A. Moure to sell by auction a- the Town  Hall, LADNERon  Saturday, September  13,  at 2 o'clock.  Terms cash, ou view morning of sale.  W. N. DRAPER,  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Kooiu 2, Eltard Block, New Westminster, B. C  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  after date I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Wotks for a lease of the foreshore  of English Bluff beach, situate in  New Westminster district, com  mencing at a post marked G. H. W-  thence west, north westerly oe.  mile.  George Henry West.  Dated 21st July, 1902.  NOTICE.  Take notice that thirty days after  dale I intend to apply to the Hon.  the Chief Commissioner 6f Lands  iiid Works for a lease of the fore-  diore of that portion of Blackie's  Spit, situate in New Westminster  District commencing at a post  marked G. H. W. thence six hundred and twenty yards, (620) in a  south easterly direction, thence  eieyen hundred and thirty-five yards  [\ 135) in an easterly direction.  George Henry West.  Dnte4 16th July 1902.  __ • •  NOTICE  N  OTICK isherchy given that thirty days after  date I Intend;to apply to the chief commissioner of lands and works for a lease of tlie foreshore of Bedwell Harbor ou Pender Island, commencing at a post on "Wallace Point marked W,  Mc, and extending: in a north westerly direction  one mile on soutb shore of Bedwell ILubor.  Dated July loth, I9J2-  W. McCRKA.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby jrivra that thirty days after  Hate 1 intend to apply to the chief com  llllssloner of lauds and works for a lease of the  foreshore, commencing ut a post ninrked II. R.  oil the south east pot'ul of Tender Island and extruding one mile in a north westerly direction  to the mouth of Bedwell Harbor.  Dated Julviolh, iooi.  •    HUGH   RADI'ORn.  Hotel Colonial  J. V.. IN9I.EY, Prop  Rates, $1.50 and $2.00 per day.  Special attention given   to Commercial  Travellers,  Cor. McKeiuie and Clafkson Sts.  New Westminster, B. C.  Clarington Hotel  5puth Westminster, B C  Strictly first class accommodation.    Good stab*  ling.   Careful attention given to horses.  J. WISE, Prop  HOTEL LELAND   R. Dowswell, P./op. Vancouver, B. C  One block from C. P. R. Depot and Steamboat  wharves. Newly renovated and i-B-modeilod.  Hates, $1.50 to ?a per day.  Cot  Onrvuviiie and HaatingaSts.   *   -   •   Tel. 14-  Surrey Hotel,  SOUTH WESTMINSTER, B, C.  firs. K. George, Proprietress.  Newly furnished throughout.   First class noopni  uuKlatiou.   Choice liquors and cigars.  Good stabling in atU'iidauee.  Mackay & Southon  Columbiatrirett,  -  NKW wi-stminrTER.k.c  1  Have jus; placed in stock their second installment of  »•   Wall Paper  *  \ ..ew patters and at lyodernte prices, and cor-  d'ally inviie inspection of Bame.  I  IA  Across America.  A solid vestJLJjuled train daily in  each direction.  Leaves Westminster, ioa.ui. ferry  Arrives Westminster by 2:30 p.m.  ferry.  Finest equipment in the west.  Fastest time to Kootenay and the  east. Tickets on sale to all points  in Europe.  D. P. SANDERSON, Agent.  NEW  WESTMINSTER, II. C.  C. P. % CoT7^  TIME TABLE  nuiiiL  -   —Under the auspices of——  n i ieii ID 1MI SOCIETY  ——- --WILL   BE  HKl.D  AT   NEW WESTMINSTER, B.  Of B. I  ft  September 30th, October ist, 2nd,and 3rd, inchisiye  -ON-—-  OPEN TO THE WORLD  $20,000   -  In Prizes and Attractions  $20,000  ATTRACTIONS-  Corner Stone Carnegie Library  will be laid with appropriate ceremonies by the M. W. Grand Lodge,  A. F. & A. M. of British Columbia.  LACROSSE MATCH  SHAMROCKS,  OK MONTREAL,  (Champions ofthe world.)  vs.  WESTMINSTER  LACROSSB TEAM  (Champions of B. C.)  BAND   TOURNAMENT  Magnificent Electrical Illuminations  Grand Concerts, Scottish Sports,  Monster Excursions from all points at greatly reduced rates.  EX^CIITiTR—T. J. Trapp, (President), Aid: Sinclair, Aid. Ryall, Aid. Hart, O. D. Brymner, W. J.  Mathers, R. 1-'. Anderson, w. R. Oilley, I.. A. I.ewin. R. Jardiue, Geo. Adams.  COD   SAV1?   THE   KING.  l-'or l'rize Lists. Entry Forms and full particulars write to  T. J. TRAPP,  President.  W. H. KKARY,  Manager and Secretary.  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B. C—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With  Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  B. WiLBERG & CO. new Westminster, b. c.  P. O. BOX 661,  Farm Implements  NEW     WEST_INSTER-STEV_STON  KOUTE.  Steamer   Transfer,   leaves   Now   Went-  minster, Monday 5 a.m. and 3 y.  in., Tues., ed., Thurs., Friday  3 p.m, Saturday 2 p.m. Leaves  Steveston Mon., Tues., Wed.,  Thurs, 7 a, 111, Friday 6 am.,  and Saturday 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.  calling at FYaser River landings  between New Westminster and  Steveston.  vTCTOlUA NKW WESTMINSTER  KOUTE.  S.S.   Princcsti   Louise   leaves Victoria  TuealivvK   and Fridays   at 7   a.m.  Leaves   New   Westminster   Wednesdays   ami   Saturdays at 7   a. it).,  calling  at  Mayne,   Steveston   and  Guichon.  NEW WHSTMlNSTEU-CillLLIWACK  ROU'J'K.  S.S. Braver leaves New Westminster  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ut 8 a.m. Leavtw Chilliwaok  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m.. oalliiiLr at t"Vaser  River landings between New  Wetrtminsler  und  Chilliwack.  ALASKA ROUTE.  For Skagway direot, Steamship  Amur.  VICTORIA-VANCOUVER ROUTE.  S.S. Charmer lea\es Victoria daily at  1 a.m.    S.S.  Charmer leaves Van-  Couver daily at  1:15 p.m.  WEST COAST ROUTE.  Steamer  Queen   City    leaves    Violoria  I a. Kith and 2Gthday of month  for     Ft.     Renfrew,     Cai-amanah,  Claooso, Dodgars Cavo, Ecols, Al-  herai, Soohait,  tlolxdet,  Clayoquot  and Ahouset.    for Ca|ie Scott and  intermediate   porta    on   20th   of  month.  NORTHERN H.C.  COAST ROUTE.  S.S. Tees loaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st  and  15th of montfh.    Leaves Vancouver 2 p.m. on 2nd and  Kith of  month,   for Alert   liay,   Fort   Rupert,   Livers    Inlet,   Ni'.mu,   Fe.Ua  Fella,    China    Hat,    Lowe    Inlet,  iSkeona   River,    Aletlnkatlah,   Port  Simpson, Nafts Rivet und intermediate ports, calling at Bulla Coolo  and Skid«f;nte once a month.  All   steamers   from   Vancouver   sail  from Cr.lt. wharf.    The Company reserves   the   right    of   ohangiim'   time  table nt  any time   without   notification.  For   full    particulars    as   to   time,  rates, etc., apply to nearest agent, or  to  J. W. TROUP, E. J. COYLE,  Manager, Asst. Oen. Pass Agt.  'Victoria, Vancouver.  Of all kinds.     New and up-to-date.     Farmers   ;;  should not be without uiachiuery for their farms    •  Cvcieiy Deptirtment  T  v  f  I  I  A  i  ■¥  X  t  I  IJ.RS  ■f  Has been restocked with  the best makes of Bi-    ■  cycles.     You can  buy a  Bicycle at the lowest  price.    Repairing of all kinds.  Washing' Machines  Makes washing an easy task.      To  see one of   ' J  these machines will convince you they ai'e O.K.    j ■  GENERAL   AUCTIONEER.  on, -- Ladner.  A ■TiAAAifs _ JW_nJLA ___i_s_ i___i J_JU  T TTTTTTVTVTTTTTTfTTJf  Binder Tw m, Baling Wire  Baling Ties  Clieapest and I est  _?. F.  PERSON & GO  NHW M'ESTJVUNSTBR, B. C.  Delta Transfer Stable    •  LADNER, B. C.  I    SINGLE AND UOXUiLR RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES  t ON SHORT NOTICE  t      Team Work Oosas at SpeoktNy Low Prices.  f ——^_-  ^ JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  •{• Telephone "Ladner" No. 10.  »■%.*.-%■»••■%.•%.■%-»■%.•» «._  the Delta Hews, $1 a pear  •♦•♦•%'*^'*^'»'*^"»'*»-*-»«.*/»^^*^  ».^»-% ■*_•«. -».^ » n ti »■»•■% •>*•» %_ _<v 1. «•■»■»•»_•%.»•% ^.»»^»^*.<.^»_.%.^  i THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, .190.?.  ,OCAL   NEWS.  .Sidney JUch_as1t)een quite ill for  the past few days.  Dr. F. P. Smith of Westminster  was in Laduer Thursday.  Mrs. .Woodward   of Vancouver  was in Ladiier on Thursday,  Dr. and Mrs. King spent a few  days in Vancouver this week visiting with friends.  Communion service will be held  in' all Saint's Trenant church,  Sunday at n a.m.  Mrs,- W. John Lanning and children? returned home from a couple of  weeks yisit to Victoria last evening.  T. W. Patterson of Victoria spent  a few days in the Delta this week  visiting his large farm on the Trunk  jroad. _____  Road Superintendent Orminston  is busy replanking the road on the  'corner in   front  of  McKee  pros.  Jh9P-   '  _•..■   ■■  ; , »  Mrs. Vallance sister-in-law of  Mrs. David'A. McKee, returned to  "Sandon Thursday after'a visit to  Xadner. '  An auction sale of household furniture and effects, will be held in  the town hall this afternoon at 2  O'clock. ~    '  Miss Allen of Eburne who had  .been the. guest of Miss Wier the  paat week returned to Eburne  Tuesday...       "F, W. Harris who has been engaged at the Wellington cannery  (iftft'th_ morning for his home at  'Galieno island.  Y 1   . -.  '  : ■?■■   'i   T.W. Welsh of Vancouver, provincial grand master of the A.  O.'V. W.   order   will  make   an  k r    ■   » i   '■  official visit to Delta Lodge No. 12,  on Tuesday evening.  : Miss Main pf Westminster arrived in Ladner Thursday afternoon  and is visiting with her sister, Mrs.  "Ed. Trim aj Canoe Pass.  .Eighty head of beef cattle and  calves were shipped to Vancouver  ^Thursday from Calhoun's ranch.  J.'jQraur wm the purchaser.  ,T. Cosulich president of the Canoe  Jfass Fishermen's Union was up to  ^Westminster this week on business  n connection wiu the union.  Mrs, J. D. Cameron who has  .been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. N.  A. McDiarmid on Stanley street, returned to Vancouver on Thursday.  F. J. MacKen/.ie returned Thursday afternoon after a few day's visit  at Westminster. R. Morrison was  3u charge of the drug store during  his absence.  The barber shop and tobacco  business conducted for some time  by J- A. Shoff was purchased on  ;M»nday by W. McClellan, who will  shortly add up-to-date club rooms.  %. GtfforfJ will 1 ave charge of the  toMorial department.  A meeting of the Trenant Park  Club was held in the townhajl last  Saturday evening, This is a private club composed of about thirty  young girls and boys who are  taught the terpsichorean art. Only  relatives of the members were in attendance.  Fall Fairs.  The following dates of Fall Fairs  have been announced:  Langley—Sept. 17.  Kelowna—Sept. 17,  18  Maple Ridge—Sept. 18  Kent—September 18.  Nanaimo—September 19, 20.  Vernon—Sept. 22, 23, 24.  Surrey—September 23.  Combx—September 24, 25.  Chilliwack—Sept. 24, 25, 26.  Kamloops—Sept. 24, 25, 26.  DELTA—September 26, 27.  Ashcroft September 26, 27.  Cowichan—-September 26, 27.  Central Park—Sept. 26' 27.  Coquitlam—Sept. 27.  New Westminster—September 30  October i, 2, 3.  Victoria—Oct. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.  FRUIT PAPER  liottt 10 fruit Growers.  We have in stock Fruit Paper, cut  proper size for wrapping pears,  apples, etc., tbe same kind as used  by California fruit growers.  Price 7 1-2 Gents Pound  Also make Rubber Stamps for fruit boxes.  Mackay __Southon  Columbia itrect,   - , NKW WBSTMIMSTBR.B.C  Farm For Sale  Watchmaker  and Jeweler  LADNER, B. C.  A full stock of high grade  Jewelery, Watches, and Clocks  Repairing a specialty. If you have  any work leave it with me and I  will guarantee satisfaction.  rRESH  muiTS  Peaches,  Apricots,  Pears,  Plums,  Prunes, &c.  Moderate  Prices  CITY BAKERY  e  •-  e  •  e  •  e  »  •  e  •■  0  i  BOOTS  &•  SHOES  FOR BARGAINS  IN    THESE    GOODS  CALL ON  GENT'S  FURNISHINGS  W. L ncBPIDC  PORT GUICHON, B. C.  'Phovx 5  CHOICE  80 acres of good Delta land  for sale,  ment.  Easy terms of pay  A, De R, TAYLOR,  Ladner, B. C.  We have the stock, we know how  to treat you well, and feel that we  are entitled to your patronage. Try  us for anything usually kept in a  first class drug store.  Specialties;  MAOAZ1NBS, STATIONERY,  AND SPECTACLES.      -     -  F. J. MacKenzie,  LADNER,   -   -   -   -   B. C.  Drugs, medicines, toilet articles,  stationery supplies, sporting goods,  etc., delivered free at Boundary  Bay Tuesdays and Fridays.  DO YOU NEED  HARNESS  If so place your order early  and ayoi4: the spring rush  come and nfsrxcr  THESE GOODS  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  BEST  BRANDS OF  FLOUR  ^GROCERIES  A NEW LINE OF  LADIES BLOUSES        LADIES SAILORS  LADIES SKIRTS LADIES WHITE UNDBRWBAA  _•••••»• e,»f»f—e —_»_e_««»ej  Everything In Harness  •  y '• ">i      -j     ^ •  and Saddlery at  Moderate Prices.  h. Mcdowell,  LADNER. B. C.  S  ROBERT MAY!  Ladner,    -    B. C.  Fresh  Groceries  Tinware, Graniteware, Etc.  ]i  SCHOOL SUPPLIES  Agent for  The   Gurney  Foundry   Coy's.  Oxford Stoves and Ranges.      1  The best on the market.  ^■%^%*»^«»%.%-%*»»i»^,^^,*^'»'»^*  ••••••••••••••ft)****) •••  e>  ••••••••••••••••••••••  A. Fen ton came home this week  with an injured foot. He was working ion tbe"B. C. E. Ry. tunnej  near Coquitlam when a slide occurred injuring him nnd a couple other  tneti.' He wilt bj able to be around  again in" _ few weeks, •  I Dry goods |  We would call your special attention to this depart-  ►Ltst^iiday evflain^, a very pleas-  ■IJ^^i^Ji^M^^ residence  W DaVid' A. ifcK ee on The "Slough  road; frhfh a" tew"fr,iend,s took &-  *V*ntage of the evening's eiitertain-  {ftinmerit. The occasion Was the  second ahniversary of Mr. and Mrs.  ilcKee's wedding.  • . LADNER. i  e ment, everything is kept thoroughly up-to-date in every  * particular.    New goods arriving continually.  I MACKENZIE DRYGOODS STORE.  INSURE YOUR PROPERTY   -with '■*-  F.J. Hart & Co.  New Westminster, B. G.  >j, *x / »>v«r..  The Leading Insurance  ~   Money to Loan*   ~  AND STAPLE DRYQOODS  FRESH :-: GROCERIES :■: EVERY  WEBK  -AT-  v  A  />.J. fyukbersm's  7 ?  <  M  1  M  H  Ammunition  A large stock of Loaded Shells  Smokeless and Black Powder at  MARSHALL SMITH  THE FAMOUS  Queen Quality Shoe  FOR WOMEN  LADIES : If you want to wear the shoe that won the highest  honors at the Pan-American Exposition, then aak tor tbe Queen Quality  shoe, it received the OOLD flEDAL.  This is the reasons we are .selling " Empress Shoes " at coat a» «jhey  have never received a medal of any kind and are not to be compared  with the The Famou* Queen Quality.  We are sole agent for New Westminster,  w. e. Sinclair, icpfling siioe siore ol Mei wbmbsik  NOTICE TO CAMPERS  Fishermen & Picnic Parties  The new store at Boundary Bay is now completed and cenie* ft full  stock of Choice Groceries, Canned Goods and everything a camper n« '  Cigars and Sott Drinks. Good Bathing.  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Clark*  First class work. Your patronage solicited.  W. H. TAYLOR,    -■    -    PBOP.  t-y ••:  A+-A~4„t <n ■> « <n i » $ ' ♦ » frWfr «  t  ■ »■»■■»i»i ♦■♦■■♦ie)*#ng 1»  T  t  •;. Clearing lines of Men's suits at following prices '  . '■   u  Old price $7.50 now $5.00       Old price $10.00 now $ 8.50  "     9.00   "     6.50 "     "     14.00   "     10.00  " 1   "     9-5°   '!     7-°i°' "      '       '       '   '  J. E. PHILLIPS  7°9-7n Columbia Street    ;-;     New Westminstar,

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