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The Delta News Oct 4, 1902

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 ' _^  ■t-h-6 GjU      ■ t-,r<XZ cwt ^Z  VML I. Na. 33.  LADNER, a C, SATURDAY,   OCTOBER 4, 1902.  $L00 a yea*.  :'  Delta   Stock   iti    Large  Numbers. List of Prize  Winners From This  Section.  Chief among tbe horses in the  stock parade at Westminster was  H. M. Vasey's Clydesdale stallion,  f Prernjer jP^njce;" who won first  in his class of 3 year olds and up,  first in the championship class for  •heavy draught horses and  also won the special prize cup  jgiTtri by IL Helmcken, M.P.P., for  th* best heavy draught horse.  "Premier Prince" has also won  leading honors at the Pan-American, Toronto Industrial and Chicago International exhibitions.  W. ii. Ladner with his fine herd  of .Durham cattle won the Hudson's  Bay Co.Js cup, a diploma and three  first prizes. Mr. Ladner left today  with tots stock for the Victoria ex-  Jhibilion..  The Delta prize winners at the  Provincial Exhibition in SSTaw W-est--:  minster, as far as published, are as  jfoljowsj j  LIVE STOCK.  Cattle, shorthorns, bull 3 years  and upwards, W. H. Ladner, Jos.  Tamboline; bull 2 years old, 2nd  W H Ladner; bull 1 year old, A  D Paterson, W H Ladner, H M  Vasey; bull calf, W H Ladner, H  M Vasey, J Tamboline; bull any  age, W H Ladner, diploma; cow,  3 years and upwards, W H Ladner,  Jos. Tamboline, H M Vasey; heifer  a years old, A D Paterson, H M  Vasey; heifer 1 year old, AD Paterson, W H Ladner, J Tamboline;  heifer calf, A D Paterson, W H  Ladner 2 4; cow any age, A D Paterson, diploma; herd consisting of  I bull 4 females, over 1 year old, W  H Ladner, A D Paterson, H M  Vasey.  Herefords. The Kirkland estate  too* every prize in this class except  one. Polled Angus class was also  captured by tbe Kirkland estate.  Holsteins. Bull calf under 1 year  J Hollingshead 2nd; bull any age,  J HoHinfshead, diploma.  Graded beef stock, tirade cow  3 years and upwards, H M Vasey.  Fat cattle any breed. J Tamboline.  HORSES  Roadsters. Stallion 3 year old  and upwards, shown in harness, J  Hollingshead 3; stallion 2 years  old, and gelding or entire 1 year  old, J Hollingshead; team matched  horses in harness to vehicle, Robert  McKee 3.  Thoroughbred. Brood mare 3  years and upwards, J Hollfngsheacl.  Clydesdale. Stallion 3 years and  upwards, H M Vasey; champion-  thip draught hprses, stallion any  age, H U V#*yr  GARDEN PRODUCE—VEGETABLES.  Potatoes. Eearly rose, A Mogee  1; carman, H J Cresswell 2; Sir  Walter Rnliegh, H J Cresswell; largest fifty pounds, A Mogee 2; three  varieties correctly named, H J Cresswell; and for carrots, shorthorn 2,  cabbage winter 2, cabbage red 2, onions yellow 1, onions red 1 were  taken by H J Cresswell; corn, table,  H M Vasey 1; kale, HJ Cresswell 1.  FIELD    PRODUCE.  Barley, Chevalier, A Falk 2; oats  white, A Falk; oats new variety,  H M Vasey; turnips, yellow, A  Mogee 2; cabbage., H J Cresswell 2.  ART  DEPARTMENT.  Pen and ink sketch, H J Cresswell 1; architectural drawing, H J  Cresswell 1; illuminated letters, H  J Cresswell 1.  Flowers. Collection of pansies,  Mrs H A Cresswell 2.  Ladies work. Ladies hand bag,  Mrs. R. May 2,  Best lady driver, Miss Davie.  Champions  Meet.  Contract  Completed.  Wm. Alexander who has had the  contract for placing brush and rock  on the dyke at Outside has completed his work. The dyke ban  had .a general -repairing and with  tlie excellent work done -by Mr.  Alexander the people of that section  are perfectly safe from any overflow or breaks.  Dunsmuir Has Control.  Hon. James Dunsmuir is now  the sole owner of the Esquimalt &  Nanaimo Railway and the Wellington Colliery Company, having purchased the interests of bis associates  while in New York on his way  home.  Married.  At the Methodist parsonage,  Queen's avenue, New Westminster,  on Tuesday afternoon, Mr. John  Parker Follis of Ladner, and Miss  Sarah J. Kilby of Vancouver, were  united in the holy of bonds matrimony, Rev. Geo. H. Morden officiated.  Special Prize.  The special prize given by Marshall Smith to the winner of most  prizes in Division H. at the Delta  Exhibition was won by A. Mogee',  East Delta, not T. E. Laduer as  stated in onr last issue.  Dr. J. K. Wilson is building a  new residence on his ranch. Patterson & Shortreed are the contractors.  ^^  Hon. I. D. Prentice, minister of  agriculture, and Finance expects to  visit Delta in tbe near future.  C. F. Green leaves the first of the  1 week lor tbe Victoria exhibition.  Delta residents are very much  interested in the series of lacrosse  matches which are being played in  New Westminster this week between the Shamrock lacrosse team,  champions ofthe world, and the  New Westminster team, champions  of British Columbia. Nearly all of  those who saw Tuesday's match  went up again on Thursday and  many will go up again today. The  games were well-contested and were  certainly fast enough to suit tbe  most fastidious. If the Westminster boys did succeed ,iu doing the  visitors up on Tuesday the Shamrocks certainly got all the revenge  they wanted in Thursdays game.  Todays game will be a battle royal  from the face off. The management of the exhibition are certainly  to be' commended for their enter-  prize in securing what has proved  to be the greatest attraction of the  fair.  LOCAL NEWS.  H. McDowell bas been taking in  the Exhibition.  Mr. and Mrs. D. B.   Grant visited the cities this week.  A. Clausen has spent the week in  Westminster and Vancouver,  Mrs. Kirkland and Mrs. H. J.  Kirkland are visiting friends in  Midway.  Mrs. J. Honeyman and Mrs.  Robert McKee will leave the first  of the week for Victoria.  T. Herd, brother of Mrs. Robert  McKee, East Delta who has been  visiting with his sister for a short  time has left for Philadelphia where  he Will reBume his medical studies.  Lacrosse Aspirants.  The lacrosse craze has struck the  rising generation of Ladner and in  the course of a year or two Westminster will be put ,!o the test,  whilst the News is pleased to see  such coiiiniendable interest in the  national game, we cannot refrain  from suggesting that a more suitable place /or practice c'Juld be  found than on one of our principal  business streets. If a more secluded  locality were selected it would be c  source of great satisfaction to pedestrians and others. No doubt if our  local aspirants ever get so that the  public can gaze on them without  experiencing physical agony they  will receive an invitation to make  themselves as prominent as is desirable.  Delta   Stock.  John Gardhouse, vice-president  of the Sheep Breeders' Association  of Ontario, and who has been judging stock 'at our provincial fairs,  stated that the show of cattle and  horses at tho Delta fair was the finest he has seen in Western Canada  and would do credit to the large  eastern stock shows.  Degree of Honor.  Mrs. Bush, superior chief of the  Degree of Honor A. 0. U. W. will  return ou Tuesday next to complete  the organization of a lodge in this  town. More than tbe necessary  number of applicants for a charter  have been secured and the new  lodge will start with every prospect  of a successful future.  Jas. Bone, our most successful  gardener will take a large exhibit  of Held and garden produce to Victoria Exhibition. Mr. Bone has 2  squashes which weighs over i5olbs.  each.  The Presbyterian manse on Stan"  ley street is Hearing completion, this  when completed will be one of the  most handsome residencei in the  town. The design is by H. J.  Cresswell, architect.  Will be Opened ,on Monday Evening.   -Reading Matter   on  Hand.  J. Jordan left for Victoria this  morning with his trotting horse  Stormout jr. which he has entered  in the 1:40 class. Mr. C. F. Green  also takes bis fast pony down for  tbe raoes.  J. W. Spearman of Westminster  has recently purchased one hundred acres of land on the Kittson  road, from Chris. Brown. Mr.  Spearman leaves in a few days for  England to remain over tbe winter  and returning in the spring will  probably manage the farm.  The Mchanic'g'Institute'and Reading Room will be-opened on Monday evening by the honorary president, Reeve Ladner. The new  building has been erected near the  corner of the Slough road and facing Westham street and presents e  very inviting . appearance. With  the list of periodicals and papers H  should be well patronized during  the winter months. The director*  will endeavor to make it comfortable for all patrons. The reading  room will be open every day from  S:2o a.m. till 10 p.m. Below is tha  list of reading mattei provided:  Argosy, Munsey, Strand, Me-  Clures, Cosmopolitan, Canadian,  Harper's Weekly, Clipper, Montreal Star, weekly Mail and Empire,  Recreation, Illustrated London  News, Scientific American, San  Francisco Call, Post-Intelligencet,  Review of Reviews, Toronto Globe,  Manitoba Free Press, .large number*  of provincial papers and the Provla*  cial traveling library,  The  Market.  BEEF per pound  Fdndqiittrters    <ic.  Forequarters     6  MUTTON  Whole    9  PORX  Whole    8  VKAL  Small     io  UUTTKR     3SC  lack  Potntoufl    6o to 75  Onions     l.oo  Cabbage     50 to 75  Outs       J*" to Jjj Ion  pel doi.  Eggs    .10 to 35 c  Powli      f>to »6.5o  Rroilers    3 00 to 4 50  FRUIT  per box.  Apples    00 to 80  plums     25 to 40  rears  80  Blackberries    f 1.50  Fish Hatchery.  The first stake for the plov'incial  govern ment hatchery at Lillooet  will be driven before very long, and  tbe new establishment will be completed and iu operation for the salmon run of next year. Tbe plans  are finished and tenders will be  solicited in tlie near future. The  sum of $ 10,000 was appropriated  for this purpose at the last session  of tlie legislature, and it is expected  that the building and equipment  will come within this figure.  Band Instructor.  The Ladner Band has been fortunate in securing J. H. Croiuhair  as their special instructor, who  comes from Vancouver jvery Wednesday evening. He has also fiv*  pupils learning the clarionet, of  which he is a master. Mr. Crenshaw started on his musical course  in his boyhood entering the Royal  Military "Music College, London,  Kng.' .it nine, and continued with  the British Army for Bome -years.  Since coming to Canada he has led  some first class bands and orchestras. He was also the organizer  and leader for some time of the  Mounted Police band at Calgary.  Anyone wishing to learn the clarionet has now a splendid opportunity.  Road Repairs.  The municipal council are Haying  500 yards of 'crushed rock on the  Trunk road opposite the Paterson  ranch- The'old plank has been removed and this section of road  graded up preparatory to laying tht  rock. This promises to make one  of tlie best pieces of road in itbe  Delta, and should be much superior  to tie loose gravel which has heretofore been used. The-work is being done under the capable management of George Orminston, road  superintendent.  Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cresswdi  have been spending tbe week Ja  New Westminster, THE DELTA NEWS, SATUJ_QAY, OCTOBER 4, |0M.  THE DELTA   NEWS  BY RIG.  A, PRA8ER,  Bstscrtptkin Price, per year In advance, $1.00  tATUTlDAY,   OCTOBER   27,   1902.  VELVET GRASS.  The following letter explains itself. The sample of grass forwarded to the department is a worthless  grass which stock will not tolerate,  and is found in nearly every field  and along the roadsides.  Central Experimental Farm,  Ottawa, Sept. 22, 1902.  Thos, E, Ladner, Esq., Lad-  Mr. B, C,  Dear Sir: Owing to my frequent  absences this summer, I regret to  find letter from you asking the  th* same of a grass., has been accidentally put on one side and has  sever been answered. The grass  It velvet grass, holous lanatus, a  worthless weed which is now common all through your province.  The only way to get rid of it is to  break up the meadows and reseed  heavily to clover and grass. If  cut young this grass does not in-  jwe the hay much but it is very  early When young it is claimed  that stock will eat it, but it is a  poor substitute for other grasses.  When reseeding for past urea pound  pr two of Kentucky blue grass  should be added for each acre seeded, this will crowd it out and is an  excellent pasture grass. Velvet  grass Is an English grass. Yours  J. Fletcher.  For first class Tonsorial  work go to McClellan's  ,tre  J,    1VUMVVV)  Try the Nw Cigar " PUHTANOS."  that the same views arrayed in 1878.  J. Israel Tarte."  Mr. Maxwell's Illness.  A Montreal despatch says G. R.  Maxwell, M. P., for Burrard, who  is being treated for juandice in a  local hospital, is still a very sick  man. He was ill with the same  complaint while in Glasgow and  spent six weeks in hospital there.  His trip across the Atlantic seems  to have caused a return of the ailment.  Death of Emile Zola.  Paris, Sept. 29.—France mourns  for Etnile Zola, the novelist, who  was asphyxiated by fumes from a  stove, the pipes of which are said  to have been out of order. At first  it was stated that there were indications of suicide, but the report was  was denied. Madame Zola will  survive.  V+*\ i n»-HH h* m*-:--r ♦»>»u'»»oi iiot»»*w 1 rji»-H^r-'.->^^»H'M»4»4-iVf-»  * * "r  a.  CHURCH   NOTICES.  The Wrong Place.  Last Tuesday while the editor  and family weis attending the fair  *t Westminster, their residence was  catered by a thief or thieves, but it  is quite probable that the intruders  ware not aware that a newspaper.  pan lived in the house. They  were scared away before getting to  the vault where the family jewels  are stored.  The Associated Press sends out  a story of a Canadian newspaper  man named John Jones being held  tip byo Buffalo footpad and relieved  •f $80. The Vancouver World  •ays: Something wrong here:  What would a newspaper man be  doing with £80, and where could  lie have got it? And if he had got  it honestly, how is it that he would  not have died of heart disease without waiting for the highwayman?  Tarte.  "To the I'ditjr of the Witness  Jlay I asfc y°u to state in your  paper that I will b: in the Liberal  Party long after you a- e d*ad and  buried. If your views o, the fiscal  policy of the ministry wer$ fcnown  to be thoseof the country, we would  be defeated at the general elections  by the same, overwhelming majority  "A man is known by the company  he keeps"  The following 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  RtHon Thelf lrquis of Lansdowne  Rt Hon The Marqnis of Duffarin  and Ava  Countess Adelina Patti Nicolini  Sir John Stainer Mus, Doc London  Count Von Filbinger of Austria and  many other members of Royalty  and Nobility.  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  ^  41  W. W. MONTELIUS  Exclusive Agent in B. C. for the "NEW ART" BELL and  other choice makes.  410 Hastings, Street, VANCOUVER.  BAPTIST.  Services will be held on Sunday  evening at 7, I W Williamson,  pa stor  CATHOLIC  Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin,  O.M.I. Services first and third  Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m.  ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN  Services next Lord's Day at 3p.m  The service on this occasion will be  "Children's Day Service" when it  is hoped that both parents and  children will be in attendance.  Sabbath School  at 2 p m     Mi>  week meeting on Thursday eveuing  at 7:30 o'clock  The Sabbath evening services  during the winter months will begin at 7 instead of 7:30 o'clock ag  formerl .  Thomas Oswald, minister.  ali, saint's Trenant  Service will be held in  the evening at 7 o'clock bv Rev Bell  METHODIST.  Services next Lord's Day at 11 a.m  and 7 p.m.  Everybody   invited.    A N  Miller,  pastor  ■  . .      *  j^-H-*********** ♦ '*' ♦ * ♦ * ♦ "!• ♦ •!• •» 'I' •»•*•» -t-»-i~»-4-f •!• ♦ •!■ 4 ■!• »»41-4'1-H  !•*++*♦  FOR SALE.  A first class Doherty Piano Cased  Organ, stands six feet two inches and  of the finest finish. Has eight sets  of reeds and sub-bass, 17 stop*. It  is an exceptionally fin? toned  instrument sndone o; the lest manufactured by the Doherty Co. Will  be sold at a reasonaole price, For  further information apply to The  Delta News or  J.   M.   COLLINSON,  Ladner, B.C.  1 fill PHI  Rates,   Rhododendrons,  Agallas,  Shade   TTee»,  Small Fruits.  Greenhouse and bedding ou* planU, »t less than  eastern or foreign prlcea.  Clean certificate from the inspector.  Garden, Field, and Flower Seeda.   Kach variety  tested as to vitality, and at close prices.  Feriilizers,   nee Supplies,   Agricultural   Imple  meats, 8cc.  New catalogue tells you all about it.   Call and  examine our stock and get our list of  scud  for it: it will save you money.  Address  M. J.   HENRY,  3000 Westminster Road,  Vancouver, B. C.  HICK'S HOTEL  LADNER, B. C.  P. SHIRLEY, Proprietor.  Conveniently situated and  first class in every particular.  BEST CUISINE SERVICE  ■ a.1— 11 —an ■_■■ 11 in      _i   -|- ""   ' '  P. Clark  General Blacksmith  Ladner, B. C.  First class  „ass work  Horseslioing  a specialty.  .9.A*.A'*.A**A'*A,+A+*l'*'A+'A+.A'."l*  I MINERAL 111 mm I  1  v  f  I  J  I  f  <..;.....j..«..«..,^*.<..;..»-.;.-»->t..«..*..«-.l..».<;.^-t.  1  J. HENLEY  f  * NEW WESTMINSTER,   :-: b. C  A Manufacturers of nil kinds o|  ♦ Soda Water, Ginger  .].    Ale and Summer  j. Drinks.  I       Your patronage solicited  : 1  7 Refitted throughout with New Horses, New Buggies X  JOHN SIMPSON, Proprietor.  and Hacks.   Good saddle Horses alway on hand.  # Lowest Rates.  Telephone No. 13.  SaV^^ieaoo*)****)*****®* •_•«•«)••••••••>••••••••  FOll SALE.  A   registered    Shorthorn   roan  bull, calved March 1901, and also  spring bull calves for sale.  Apply to  W. H. LADNER,  LADNER, B. C.  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers:  Insure your Stocks, Houses and  Burns in the Anglo-A erican and  Equity Fikf Insurance Co pan-  ies. We are not in tbe 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  AS  LADNER, B. C.  W.   ALEXANDER, PROP.  Livery rigs and saddle horses for  hire,    Horses bought and sold  on commission.  '^eamingdone on short notice,  Q. T. Baker  1  Ladner, B. C,  Agent for  ran us nt ihk  A full stock of Buggies, Carriages «i>Hy» on  band.   Repairing of all descriptions.  m'——WBj—       '   'i1  1  ■+A-*A-*-A.».A+.A-*b:4,A j»«jh»A«»«|,  G.w: Rudd  House Painting  Ladner, B. C,  All kinds of painting  done,  Your orders solicited.  .:.....:^...j.....^,.^..^..^,..^.^.,)j,.,.(j^.,.^  The Delta News  One Dollar a Year  .;«s..;~»..»^,;^^««..jM..}MM.}M..^.._^(fi ■THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, ;j^oa.  ?L*ive Stock TJeals,  An Ottawa despatch says George  jHadwin, of the Live Stock Breeders' Association of British Colum-  hia, sold in Toronto Monday, 37  "heavy draught horses bred in British Columbia, and is now purchasing 200 stackers for shipment to  jhat province. The price of stackers has increased in Ontario from  x5 to 20 per cent, over last year's  .figures,       Smuggling.  (Col Whyte, U. S. immigration  Inspector, is expected bacic from  Whatcom, where proceedings were  instituted against parties apprehen-  4*d while in the act of smuggling  Japanese women across the border  for immoral ^purposes. They were,  caught in the vicinity of Boundary  Bay, and the guilty persons were  taken to Whatcom for trial.  FRUIT PApER  Mi lo Frail draws.  We have in stock Fruit Paper, cut  proper size for wrapping pears,  apples, etc., tbe same kind as used  by California fruit growers.  Prloe 7 1-2 Cents Pound  Also make Rubber Stamps for fruit boxes.  Mackay Si Southon  Columbia street,  NKW WWSTMWBTBR.B.C.  W.  N.  DRAPER,  PROVINCIAL land surveyor  Room 3, JJllard Block, New Westminster, II.C.  Cohoes Are Running.  Cohpe.3 are running in great numbers in the upcoast inlets, and it is  thought the season is now at its  height. Boats, which "have besti,  out for the past two weeks, have  awetiaged during that time catches  fii 2,000 fish, fwhich .a**.sold to the  .canneries at .the fate of 121£ .cents'  per fish. I  FRESH  mil ITS  Peaches,  Apricots,  Pears,  Plums,  Prunes, &c.  Moderate   Prices  CITY BAKERY  Hotel Colonial  J. H. RfSLEY, Prop.  Rates, $l.5'J ami jn.oo per day.  Special Attention given   to commercial  Travellers.  Cor. McKertfie and Clarkaou Sts.  New Westminster, B. C.  Clarington Hotel  South Westminster, B C  Strictly first clsss accommodation.    Good stabling.   Careful attention given to horses.  J. WISE, Prop  11   Under the auspices of—  «  I   BEST "  IS  MADK  IN    •  Over 100 Styles?  Wall  lamps, stand  lamps,   bracket  lamps, pendants/chandeliers,  Harp, etc., 100 to 400  Candle Power.  Everything in Gasoline Lamps.  Morrison in the Man.  Montreal, Oct 1.—Mr. Prefon  taino, who is largely interested in  Yukon matters, denies the rumor  circulated by La Patrie, that Mr.  Smart is soon to succeed Mr. Ross  •s governor of Yukon. Mr. Pre-  fontaine says A. Morrison, M. P.,  is the man.  Humorous Sympathy.  A social observer of humoious  jiympathjes reports a trait of a Chinese servant employed in a suburban  family which reveals a certain capability for ready assimilation with  American methods of dealing with.  the tramp problem. A hungry tramp  called one Monday afternoon at the  kitchen door, and was promptly  challenged by John. To John the  tramp told bis tale of woe, ending  with a humble petition for something to eat.  " J/ike fish?" asked John, in in,  jjnuating tones..  "Yes, like fish," said the tramp.  "Call Friday," said John, as he  jjhut the door, with a smile imper-  tutoatrk.  Death From Burns.  Mrs. James Foote died last Thursday as a ffesttj.t'tff burns from the exploding of « iaflip which she was  carrying {fawn stairs the evening  tefore,--V*i*3COOTTer World-  The Best Street 1,'ight Co  A- P. Venen, Agent, Ladner.  Auction   Sale  -OF-  ln ifxo Delta Municipality  aud Lots in tho Village  of Ladner.  fir. H. N. Rich will sell by Auction at the Town Hall, Ladner,  at an early date.  85Q ACRES DELTA LANDS  now Unowii as the "Imperial Farm," s'tuate  hi Township 5, New Westminster District,'  deikr.b'd as north east quarter of Section 10;  south west quarter of Section 15, north half of  south east quarter of Section ;is; the north half  of south west quarter of Section 15; north half  of Section 15; timber tots 3 and 4 Section 15;  South portion of Section 22, an island in the'  FrartT River close>tul,adner, known as Lot 452;  and 6 lots with residence in the town of Ladner.  THK ABOVE FARM LANDS will be offered in  l»ts to-flutf those desiring large or small holdings and wilt be sold on,the following terms if  desired: so per cent cash and balance on mortgage At five percent, per annum with five per  cent, of principal payable annually.  THKS1-! LANDS ARK DRAINKD AND FKNCIiD  in a good state of cultivation aud have abundant supply of good wattM., and,to parties requiring Crain, Dairy or Stock Farms, presents an  opportunity rarely to be met with to acquire  "first class properties on such favorable terms,  and are offered for sale to close up the estate of  the late Mr. Thos. McNeely.  FULL PARTICULARS and plans are in courat  of preparation and may shortly be obtained  from the auctioneer at Ladner, l\ C.  THE AUER  GASOLENE LAMPS  gives 100-candle power for each  burner at half the cost of oil,  acetylene or incadescent electric  light. It is the only lamp which  does not have to be taken down  to fill—the reservoir is removable.  It is self cleanig.  THrS  LAMP IS FULLY  GUARANTEED  TO   GIVE SATISFACTION OR   MONEY  REFUNDED.  Approved by Canadian Fire Underwriters' Association. On view  and for sale at the Drug Store.  F. J. MacKenzie.  HOTEL LELAND   R. Dowswell, Prop. Vancouver, B. C.  One block from C P. R_ Depot and Steamboat  wharves. Newly renovated and ro>moil—led.  Rates, $1.50 to «2 per day.  Cor. Granville and HtsttagsSts.   -   -  •   Tel. 14.  Surrey Hotel,  SOUTH WESTMINSTER, B. C.  firs. K. Qeorge, Proprietress.  Newly furnished throughout.   First claw* accom  modation.   Choice liquors and cigars.  Good stabling In attendance.  Farm For Sale  80 acres of good Delta land  for sale.     Easy terms of pay  ment.  A. De R. TAYLOR.  Ladner, B. C.  Across America.  A solid vestibuled train daily in  each direction.  Leaves     stminster, i.o a.m. ferry  Arrives estminster by 2130 p.m.  ferry.  Finest equipment in the west.  Fastest time to Kootenay and the  east. Tickets on sale to all points  iii Europe.  D. P. SANDERSON, Agent.  NEW  WKSTiNSTER,    B. C.  C. P. N. Co.  TIME TABLE  NEW  WEST_INSTER:STEVBSTON  ROUTE.  Steamer Transfer, leaves New Westminster, Monday 5 a.m. and 3 p-  m., Tues., ed., Thurs., Friday  3 p.m, Saturday 2 p.m. Leaves  Steveston Mon., Tues., ed.,  Thurs, 7 a. m, Frjday 6 m.,'  and Saturday 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.  calling at Fraser River landings  between New Westminster and  Steveston.  VICTORIA  NEW  WESTMINSTER  BOUXB.  S.S.   Princes*   Louise   loaves Victoria  Tuestlays   and Fridays   at 7   a.m.  Leaves   New   Westminster   Wednesdays   and   Saturdays at 7   a. m.,  culling   at  Mayne,   Steveston   and  Guichon.  NEW WESTNiNSTEROHlLLIWACIC  ROUTE.  S.S. Beaver leaves New Westminster  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 n.ru. Loaves Chilliwack  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m., oallim,' ut Prassjr  River landings between New  Westminster and Chilliwack.  ALASKA ROUTK.  For Skugway  direct,  Steamship  Amur.  VICTORIA-VANCOUVER ROUTE.  S.S. Channel- leaves Victoria daily at  1  a.m.    S.S..  Churmor leaves  Vancouver daily at 1:15 p.m.  WEST COAST ROUTE.  Steamer  Queen  City    leaves   Victoria  1st,  10th and 20th day of month  for     Pt.     Renfrew,      Garamanuh,  Claoose, Dodgors  Cave,  Eoole,  Al-  berni,  Sechnrt,  Uohilet,  Clayoquot  and Ahouset.    For Cape Scott and  intermediate   ports     on   20th   of  month.  NORTHERN B.C.   COAST  ROUTE.  S.S. Tees leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st  aud 15th of nxm-tih.    Leaves Vancouver 2 p.m. on 2nd and Kith ,.«f  month,   for Alert   Bay,   Fort  Ro-:  pert,    Rivers   Inlet,   Nauru,   Bella  Bella,    China    Hat,    Lowe   Inlet,  Skoena   River,   Metlakatlah,   Port  Simpson, Naas River and interms-  diate ports, calling at Bella Coola  nnd Skidagate once a month.  All   (-"teamen   from   Vancouver   sail  from C.P.R. wharf.    The Company reserves   the   right    of   changing   time  table at  any  time   without   notification.  For   full   particulars    as   to   time,  rates, etc., apply to nearest agent, or  to  J. W. TROUP, E. J. C0VL_,  _anager, Asst. Con. Pass Agft.  '.Victoria. Vancouver.  a if limit id mi u .of i i  — WIXL  BE HKU>_AT—-   JSmJ WESTMINSTER, B. ,C.  September 30th, October ist, 2nd and 3rd, iadnsiv*  OPEtf TO THE WORLD  $20,000   -   In rises and Attractions   -   $20*099  -ATTRACTIONS-  Corner Stone Carnegie Library  will be laid with appropriate ceremonies by the M. W. Grand Lodge,  A. F. & A.. of British Columbia.  LACROSSE MATCH  SHAMROCKS,   OF OMTREAfc,  (Champions of tha world.)  vs.  WBST   INSTBR   LAC_0_t_  TS_  (Champions of 1. C.)  BAND  TOURNAMENT  Magnificent Electrical Illuminations  Grand Concerts, Scottish Sfert*  Monster Excursions From all points at greatly reduced rata*  KXKCUTITK—T. J. Trapp, (President), Aid. Sinclair, Aid. Ryall, Aid. Hart, G. D.  Mathers, R. F. Anderson, W. R. Gilley, I,. A. tewls. R. Jsrdlne, Geo. Adams.  GOD   SAVE   TUB   RING.  r.j.  For Prise Lists, Entry Forms and full particulars write to  T. J. TRAPP,  President.  W. H. KKARY,  Manager and nni«_ij  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B.C.—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  B. WILBERG & CO. new west inru, * a  P. O. BOX 661.  Farm Implements j  Of all kinds.      New and up-to-date.      Farmers   .  should not be without machinery for their farms  Cyclary Dpartment  Has been restocked with  the best makes of Bicycles.     You can  buy a  Bicycle at the lowest  price.    Repairing of all kinds.  Washing' Machines  Makes washing an easy task.      To see  one of  these machines will convince you they *re O.K.  GENERAL   AUCTIONEER.  | J. F. Stainton, « Ladner.  + _ A si_U_t A _-f. AmUsi .!. A ._._. ml. A ,T. _ __ _.    A Jt A A A aL A if. .i rfi _   li k A _l _l__i______i  Binder Twine, Baling Wire  Baling Ties  Cheapest and Best  _7. F. ANDERSON St CO  rMTJW WEtfTMINSrUsV, B. c.  if i A its _ aL A ati i aL A ail A J■ A aL A mU A iTi A .T. _  Delta Transfer Stable  LADNER, B. C.  SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND 8ADDLB HO  ON SHORT NOTICE  Te m   Work Done t Specially Low  ± JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  A  Telephone "Ladner" No. io. y  the Delta Dews, $1 a year  S-OS)> __»_»_  %*> ■%••.'%• «.-»-%--«v»v%. ■»•».-».■••»■«.■%.■%. «^^«.«.«.«^.«««.««. •«.«.-»« THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1902.  |vEARar-^At Ladner, ou Saturday,  .October 4th, to Mr, and Mrs. A.  R. Leary a son.  LOCAL  NEWS.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Smiley intend  taking in tha fair at Victoria.  j. W. Graham of Chetnainus, is  visiting with his sister Mrs. Williamson.    By-law No. 4, 1895 Dyking and  Drainage Scheme, will be published  in next issue.  Ella Stainton has been quite ill  for the past couple of weeks and is  finable to leave the house.  FOR SALE.  n us on  A first class Doherty Piano Cased  Organ, stands six feet two inches nnd  of the finest finish. Has eight sets  of reeds and sub-bass, 17 stops. It  is an exceptionally fine toned  instrument and one ofthe best manufactured by the Doherty Co. Will,  be sold at a reasonable price. For  further information apply to The  Dklta News or  J.   M.   COIJ.INSON,  Ladner, B.C.  Auction   Sale  The hour fpr evening service in  all the churches of Ladner has been  changed from7130 to 7 o'clock.  Mrs. Carter was a passenger on  jthe steamer Danube Thursday and  |s visiting her home in Ladner.  F. Hartnell has moved into his  residence on Delta street, lately purchased by him from J. A. Shoff.  <T_e Guild of the church of England wtll be held at the residence of  Mrs. Thos. E« Ladner on Thursday.  ' The funeral of the infant child of  F. Kirkland took place at the  Boundary Bay cemetery on Monday  hat.   W.R. Ellis is building a new  residence on his farm. Messrs.  Black and Mackenzie are the contractors.  Councilor Arthur has been con-  fined to his house for the past few  dtjs with a severe a tack of bronchitis;  Mrs. Abbott arrived on Thursday  from Brandon, Man. Mr. Abbott  has ;been tor some time in charge  ofthe Delta Creamery.  Thomas Foster left this morning  far his annual holiday. He intends  visiting tht larger towns in Oregon  and Washington.  Messrs. W. J. Leery, D- Leary,  Geo. Lasseter and Mr. and Mrs.  Wm. C. Bath were passengers on  the steamer Danube from the Skeena  pn Thursday.  Messrs.   H. J. Hutcherson,   A  Clausen, T. Hume and W. A. Kirk-  f_o4 yiffi leave  for the   Nicomekl  next week for a few days   fishing  nnd hunting,  Among the visitors to the Delta  Fair last week, were Mr. and Mrs.  F. \V. HQwajr of Westminster, Mr.  and Mrs. Watson, Miss Woodward,  A. Gilchrist and W. B. Skinner oi  Vancouver.   OF-  @nd Jeweler  LADNER, B. C.  A full stock of liigli grade  Jewelery, \\_tches, and Clocks  Repairing a specialty. If you have  any work leave it with me and I  will guarantee satisfaction.  FRESH  ■QUITS  In the Delta MuatSefpality  and Lots in the Village  of Ladner.  rir. H. N. Rich will sell by Auction at the Town Hall, Ladner,  at an early date.  850 ACRES DELTA LANDS  now known as the "Imperial Farm," B'tuate  in Township 5, New Westminster District,  described as north east quarter of Section 10;  goutii wt-st quarter of Section is, north hnlf of  south eftstj quartet; oi-'Section 15; the north half  o( south west quarter of Section 15; north half  of SecHob 15; timber lots 3 and 4 SectHou (5;  south portion of Section 32, an island hi the  Fraser Kiver close to Ladner, known as Lot 45a;  and 6 lots with residence in the town of J.adncr.  THE AHOVK FARM LANDS will be offer ed ill  let.-* to suit those desiring lnrge or swalT holdings and will be sold ou the following terms if  desired: 20 per cent cash and balance on mortgage &J, pve: per,ct,jtV K't annum with five per  cent, of principal payable annually.  TIIKSK LANDS ARK DRAINED AN D I'KNCKD  ill a good state of cultivation nnd have abundant supply of good water, and to parties requiring Grain, Dairy or Stuck Vnrrus, presents nn  opportunity rarely to be met with to acquire  first class properties on such favorable terms,  and are offered for sale to close up the estate of  the late Mr. Thos. McNeely.  FULL PARTICULARS and plans are in course  of preparation ami may shortly be obtained  from the auctioneer at Ladner, B. C.  THE AUER  GASOLENE LAMPS  gives ioo-candle power for each  burner at half the cost of oil,  acetylene or itieadescent electric-  light. It is the only lamp which  does not have to be taken down  to fill—the reservoir ia removable.  It is 9elf cleanig.  THIS LAMP IS FULLY GUARANTEED  Peaches,  Apricots,  Pears,   Plums,  Prunes, &c.  Moderate   Prices  CITY BAKERY  DO YOU NEISD  If so place yoitr order early  and avoid the spring rush  Everything! in Harness  and Saddlery at  Moderate Prices.  ..j.. .^—wyasf  BOOTS  &•  SHOES  IN    THESE     COOD3  CALL ON  DRYGOODS &  FOR   BARGAINS  9  9  •    PORT GUICHON, B. C.  GENT'S  FURNISH- 9  INGS •    •  W. L HcBPIDE  1  'Phone 5   y  CHOICE  £GROCERIES  i  f  I  COME  AND  INSPECT  THESE  GOODS  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  4  ?  9  BRANDS OF«  BEST  FLOUR  ■fcf A .+4Hi(<Hrt M ft i,H 'I' H'S ■»+ -f+H^f •H^-»4-H«f +♦*+*♦+++  A NEW LINE OF  LADIES/BLOUSES LADIES SAILORS  LADIES SKIRTS LADIES WHITE UNDERWEAR J  AND STAPLE DRYGOODS  £   FRESH :-: GROCERIES :-:  EVERY :-: WEEK  *   %i J. Jyutcberson's  ^H4^,4».H'4- 'Hit* ^frHvf.frff }4>MtH' ♦ <F4ih f■MM- ♦ 'I1 ♦ 'l-H- H- ♦<»♦  \mmunition  1 E  A large stock of Loaded Shells, \  I Smokeless and Black Powder at  TO   GIVE SATISFACTION  OR   MONKY  REFUNDED.  Approved by Canadian Fire Underwriters' Association. On view  and for sale at the Drug Store.  F. J. Mackenzie.  11. Mcdowell,  LADNER. B.'C.  EGBERT  MAY I  Ladner,    =    B. C.  fresh  Groceries]  Tinware, ("raniteware, Etc.   (  SCHOOL  SUPPLIES   $  Agent for  'he   Gurnev   Foundrv   Coy's. J  *  (  (  Oxford Stovef and Ranges.  The besi on the market.  - -^.'V.fc'S.-^ *.■**.*.■%.■».%,-'*  • •••tl»_«fi;cs©e_«'_»_o_*S»   e&©«»©•$>'u .:;«0»ee>4;-aOs>_offi  The Latest in Ladies Hats, Children's Hoods, etc|  Don't uiiss this opportunity to see and purchase these goods  Fine Nobby Boy's Suits ofthe Eest Quality  Hiss I. Carsi of Vancouver bas  taken charg. of the intermediate  department in the Ladner public  •chool, succeeding J. A. Bates who  left on Wednesday to teach in the  Ctatral Eark school.  The steamer Transfer lias been  leaving Ne\v Westminster at 6 p. m.  daring exhibition week. This has  s^wn a great convenience, to Lad-  aer residents who were th use: abled  |» take in the big .■exhibition and  tn home the same day.  • A  SPECIAL LINK   OF  •  •  •  •  f.  c  i  9  ♦»  LfflittG.  INSURE YOU¥i PROPERTY  •  with——  New Westminster, B. G.  The Loading Insurance Agenoy  MARSHALL SMITH  1t!'*K&K*W&¥!t^^  We have more Gum Loots in stock than any other store in the city  [n order to reduce our stock we well Sell for 30 Days  Men's Snag Prsof Gum Boots at $5 and $5.50  Regular Price $5.75 and $6.2.1  We also Lavs !ar;e sizes in Hip Boots that we are selling at $4.50.  w. e. Sinclair, Leadinti Shoe Store ol New Weshninster  NOICE TQ   CAMP RS  Fishermen & Picnic Parties  The new store at Boundary Bay i* now completed and carries a full  tock of Choice Groceries, Canned Goods and everything a camper needs.  Cigars and Solt Drinks. "Good Bathing.  fan j 111  iiiii  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Clark.  First class work. Your patroaage solicited.  W. H. TAYLOR,     -     -     PROP.  I  .j..«..j.....j..«..j..»..'..».«;..s..;.-» «{..••«;.•••»>••..;.••• ••••J.-«-»J«'»-»>-«.«2.-».»>«.»j..«.»j».».^..o..j..4.){,.,„»,  I fill 61II81  •> Clearing lines of Men's suits at following prices  Old price $7.50 now $5.00  "      "      9.00   "      6.50  g.50    "    .7.00  Old price $10.00 now $  8.50  14-°°    "      10.00  J. E. PHILLIPS I  *      709-711 Columbia Street    ;-;     New Westminster,      j  .;..s..j..s..;..»..>.»..j..s..j..»..J.*.;~s..J^s..j~«..;»<. ♦♦•••^••■«>.«.«ys.<».»..j«.sMj..».,j.....j,,..,v,j{J


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