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Array ^p~t*>  <M_*G *«H-'  Vol. I. No. 34.  LADNER, B. C, SATllDAY,   OCTOBER 11, 1902.  $L00 a yearn  At tbe Royal City.  Two Killed and  One Injured.  The exhibition is over. Saturday last was the closing day and  eight thousand people saw the  ■ Westminster lacrosse team defeat  the famous world's champion, the  Shamrocks of Montreal, in one of  the best and closest games of la.  crosse ever seeii by a score 2 to o.  Two fatal rail way accidents took  place withing twente-four hours  during the past week. On Wednesday night Robert P. Hazen was  run over and instantly killed by a  street car on Columbia street about  8 o'clock. Hapten was a native of  St. John's, N. B. wbejre one brother  is manager of the Bank B.N.A.  Hazcn was himself on the staff oi"  the Bank of Montreal in several  eastern cities u ntij be fell by the  wayside and lost his position, He  camo west two years ago and has'  since been working in a logging  Camp at Wharnock. He was apparently trying to cross in front o1  the car whenhe was knooked down.  Jury brought in a verdict of accidental death.  Thursday afternoon at Sapperton  Angus Sutherland was struck by  the passenger train and thrown into  a cattleguard where his head came  in contact with the sharp timbers  and death was almost instantaneous.  The old man was deaf and did not  hear the approaching train. The  train was moving slowly when the  accident took place and was stopped within six feet of the spot but  when the old man was taken out 0  the cattleguard he was dead. He  leaves an aged bjother and sister at  Sapperton. Yesterday the jury  brought in a verdict of accidental  death, attaching no blame to the  C. P. R. or their employees.  An old west coast Indian had a  aarrow escape on ,the tram line on  Wednesday. H e dropoed a parcel  on the track and ran back to get it  and was hit by the interburban  tram car and thrown ba ck on the  road. His arm was broken and he  suffered a few bruises but will soon  be out of the hospital again.  1—naa_— _g____g__  to get off. The movement was not  noticed by the conductor, who was  of course unable to give the signal  to stop. The young lady evidently  miscalculated the speed of the tram  and in stepping off the car, which  had then started down the hill at a  fairly rapid rate, was thrown violently to the ground. Her head struck  the pavement with considerable  force and she was rendered un-  conscious by the shock.  Fortunately lor the injured young  lady Dr. Weld and Dr. Boyle were  on the car at the time of the accident.  They immediately had her removed  to the Blackburn House and after a  short investigation of her injuries,  she was taken to St. Luke's home  in the ambulance, where everything  possible was done to alleviate her  sufferings. It was soma time before  she recovered consciousness.  Next morning, after another examination by Dr. Boyle, she was  pronounced to be suffering from  concussion of the brain. She had  recovered consciousness however,  and was reported to be considerably  improved in condition, and it is  thought in a few days will be able  to be about again. —Vancouver  Province.  Miss McKay's many friends in  Ladper wish her a speedy recovery.  Miss McKay Injured.  Miss Jennie McKay, a nurse at  St. Luke's Home, was seriously  injured last Thursday night through  getting off a streut car while it was  still in motion.  The accident occurred at the  corner of Hastings street and Wes .  minster avenue, about 9 o'clock.  Miss McKay was a passenger on a  westbound car and when the point  hidioated had been reac >ed rose up  Runaway*.  A ifiam of horses attached to a  democrat wagon, and owned by  Jos. Jordan ran away from the  Hong Kong suburb on Wednesday  at noon. The team came up the  road at full speed and turned up  Delta street towards tire wharf,  turning the corners with accuracy,  and headed into the end door of the  warehouse and out the side door on  a bee line for the weigh scales, passing through the narrow space on two  side wheels, and then the wagon  righted itself and with renewed  vigor continued on to the stables,  where they were stopped. The  herses were not hurt, and the only  damage done to the wagon was a  shaking up and the dash board  broken. It was a wonderful feat.  The warehouse was full of grain and  hay at the time, and only a passage  with a square turn wide enough for  the wagon, and on the scales, the  guard rails will just permit a wagon  to go through, but it was done as  neat as could be, at a three minute  gait.  Delta Sportsmen.  Andrew Clausen returned last  evening from the Nicomekl, where  he had been for the last few days on  a hunting and fishing expedition,  in company with Messrs Hutcherson,  Kirkland and Hume. He reports  game very plentiful, the parly having shot hundreds of grouse, and  their catch cf trout being limited  only by their ability to dispose of  them by salting in barrels. Mr.  Clausen says it is difficult to handle  a large catch of fish profitably, as  navigation of the river is practically  closed by immense booms of logs  making it impossible to ship by  the steamer route. He has arranged  for several teams to go up next week I  to bring down the balance 1 f their  catch. The other members of the  party are still fishing. i  Caused Dfeturbance on  Wednesuy Evening.  G»t Si: Months.  On Wednesky evening there  was the wild it kind of a time  around the Dea Hotel for a few  minutes that 01: usually quiet little  town has expeimced for a numberl  of years.  Charles Lenpte, a Swede, who is  fishing above iunbury, came into  town about one j'clock and proceeded to sample te various brands of  fire water disposed at the different  saloons. Som of these'brands of  liquor, while! perfectly harmless  when taken h/ themselves, when  mixed in projei proportions form  an oxceedinglyrhlent combination.  It seems that; shout eight o'clock  this big Swede, bong filled up to the  neck, could contlin himself no longer, and commened letting off his  superfluous energy through the barrel .of a Winchester rifle. He claimed to be a better man than Tracy  and nobody seeued to dispute his  assertion. In order to give an illustration cf his ability to shoot he  started making a target of the  lamps in the hotel. The air was  full of bullets for a few minutes, the  bartender suddenly remembered  that he had ,sone urgent business  outside and hastily closing the s_-  loon started by the shortest route.  Being left in undisputed possession of the hotel the Swede sighed  for new worlds to conquer. Seeing  the lights in the barber shop across  the street he took a chance shot at  the chandelier, he hit the verandah  post and the billet glanced through  the window of (he adjoining room  in which a coupe of childien were  sleeping, luckily the occupants escaped injury. The barber hastily  turned off thelights and pulled himself into the most obscure corner in  the building. He was, however,  able to resume business the next  day.  In the meantime frantio efforts  were being made to secure the arrest of the desperado. The constable  was absent in Victoria as was also  the reeve. The only municipal officials left were the clerk, road superintendent and the poundkeeper.  The clerk and superintendent were  one that it had nothing to do with  their departments, and the pound-  keeper did not care to run in an  animal ol that description.  After a few hours delay, J. B.  Burr, J. P., came in from Crescent  Island, with the intention of swearing in special constables to effect an  arrest, but in the ireantime the bad  man had taken his departure up the  dyke.  The next day the provincial police wer^ informed ofthe f.icb, of the  shooting and on Friday evening Officer Stanley Spain and an assistant  came down on the Transfer to investigate the case. They secured  the prisoner without any difficuliy  he having apparently forgotten all  about what he had done when celebrating.  He was brought up before Justices of the Peace Burr and Kirkland this morning, and pleading  guilty was sentenced to six months  with hard labor.  Local News.  Mrs. Calhoun has returned from  a few weeks visit in Victoria.  I  Deal     Completed    This  Week of IntecesJ  to Delta.  L Gifford, tonsorial artist at  McClellan's shop, has been on the  sick list the past week.  Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Smith left  on the Rithet Wednesday morning  for Victoria, returning home again  last evening.  .  The Guild of All Saint's Trenant  church will be held on Thursday  afternoon at the residence of Mrs.  H. N. Rich.  John Wise and wife, proprietor Of  the Clemjngton Hotel, at South  Westminster, visited the Delta the  first of this week.  Members of Seventh Day Adven-  tists have arrived in town, and will  shortly secure quarters for establishing permanent services.  Richmond fair, the last of the  season, was held at Eburne on  Tuesday and Wednesday. A few  from this section taking it in.  A man named Johnson had his  foot injured last week while working  on Nesbitt's hay press, but has been  able to mov e around on it.  Miss Gilbert, who had been visiting with Mrs. W. R. McClellan for  a few days, returned to her home at  Custer, Wash., the first of the week.  Mrs. H. J. Hutcheson and Miss  Wadhams leave this week for a trip  to the cities in Oregon and Washington. Miss Wadhams will remain  some time \ isiting with relatives.  Mrs. R. May returned yesterday  from Victoria, and was accompanied  by her sister, Miss Moffat from  Greenwood, who will remain a short  time here.  Parties having friends visiting  them or any items of interest, Tin;  News will be pleased to receive  notice of same. Often times we are  not aware of the presence of visitors,  and as a result, no mention has been  made. Kindly hand or send in  names of parties visiting you.  The Imperial farm lands which  will shortly be sold by auction by  Mr. Rich, is being surveyed into  blocks ready for the sale. This is  a valuable piece of property, being  the best of soil, and those desiring  small or large holdings can make  arrangements for same. Further  information concerning date of sale  will be given at an early date.  Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stainton were  visitors to the Royal City this week.  At noon last Saturday at Victoria  the deal was completed for the sale  of the controlling interest jn the  Victoria Terminal and Sidney rail-  way, which passes from the present  company of which Bodwell is a  principal, to the firm of Archibald  Guthrie and Company, of St. Paul,  a big contracting firm, who really  represent Jim Hill, and who have  already acquired the Vancouver,  Westminster and Yukon charter  from Westminster to Vancouver.  This is the completion of the dea  that was abruptly broken off a few  days ago, since which time Jamei  Anderson, manager of the Sidney  railway, started for New York to  make other arrangements. He was  recalled by a telegram from Guthrie,  and the latter represented by Capt*  McKenzie, and Bodwell, by Anderson, reached a settlement today.  The new firm will take over tht  present railway from the market  building, Victoria, to Sidney, and  assume responsibility for building  a fast ferry thence to the mainland,  and complete the remainder of the  system, namely, seventeen miles of  road from L,adner, the mouth of the  Fraser, to Cloverdale, connecting  with the Great Northern there.  All the details are not completed,  but when they are finally consu-  mated, it is likely they will include  also the Sidney and Nanaimo Trans*  portation Company, controlling the  Iroquois and Strathcona.  This insures an entrance for tho  Northern Pacific and Great Northern  practically into Victoria and Van*  couver, and is taken to indicate 9  sharp fight by Hill for a share of  the business so long held by the  Canadian Pacific.  The Shamrock-Westminster lacrosse matches have caused considerable talk, and many are tbe opinions  on the matches, whether they were  straight or crooked.  According to the Vancouver  papers, the fishermen Intend suing  the cannerymen for the sum of  $45,000. The recount of the pack  have not convinced the fishermen,  and they believe the pack was not  as large as stated, which with the  sliding scale makes the difference  of the above sum.  Magic Spice.  The Magic Animal Spica and  Magic Poultry Spice made by the  Magic Spice Co., Vancouver, are  composed of the very best vegetable  drugs known. They give genuine  satisfaction in building up horses  and cattle and producing milk.  Fggs guaranteed in winter. For  sale at MacKenzie's drug store, THE DELTA NEWS, SATU1DAY, OCTOBER u, 1902.  ..j  THE  DELTA  NEWS  BY  RIC.   A.  FRASER.  .:U.t»crlplrou Trice, per year iu advance, $1.00  SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   II,   1QO-2.  Proposed Tram Service.  Referring to the New Westminster  bridge as a prospective factor in the  development   of"   business,   Mayor  ' Keary remarked last week that there  was little doubt that the line of the  B. C. Electric   Railway Company  would be extended down the south  bank of the Fraser, when the bridge  was built.    In fact,  he said that  Premier   Dunsmuir had   told him  that the Electric Railway Company  had made application for running  rights Over the  bridge.     It  was  'While referring to the remarkable  "fertility* and productiveness of the  ■Delta country, and tho importance  of there being quick communication  • with urban markets, that the Mayor  mentioned the Railway Company's  projected enterprise.  STOCK   SALE.  The sale of pure bred live stock  imported by the Live Stock arid  'Dairyman's Association, of British  'Columbia, took place at Westminster  last Friday morning.  ■ The stock offered for sale was,  personally selected byL. W. Paisley,  Secretary of the Association, and  Included some fine animals.  * The sale opened slowly, and after  repeated efforts to bring the price  'offered for the first bull up to cost,  the animal was withdrawn, Mr.  Trapp refusing to sell at $85, and  announced that one breeder on the  Coast had offered to take the entire  'lot at the cost of purchasing aud  shipment here.  - The first animal sold went to Mr.  Trodden, New Westminster, at about  cost price, while another went to Mr.  Sangster, Sidney, on about the  !same conditions. The first good  price was paid by H. M. Vasey,  Ladner, for "Bonnie Lass," a magnificent heifer, bred in Ontario.  -Another fair price was $155 for  •MSpringbrooke Lad,"a roan bull,  purchased by Mr. Wolfenden, of the  Okanagan Flour Mills, Armstrong.  ' After one or two other animals  had been withdrawn, a splendid  white cow, in calf, was sold to Wm.  'Ladner, who is well-known as a  breeder of stock, a business in which  he is greatly interested.  ' The next sale made was that of a  red and white cow and young calf  with excellent pedigrees, the price  paid being $150, and the buyer,  George Embree, Delta. Another  fine bull was sold to F. J. Coulthard,  New Westminster, for $135, before  an adjournment was made.  • Among those seen aiound the  ring side, the following may be  mentioned: John Oliver, M. P P.,  Delta ; John McCallum, Wellington  Farm, Ladner; Alex. Kwen, New  Westminster; M. Woodward, Nicola', A. Hawthorne, Matsqui; and  Messrs Brown and Coulthard, Mud  -Bav.   '•■"''•  R. A. & I. MEETING.  The Westminster Exhibition Association, l.nbwn at the Royal  Agricultural ad Industrial Society  of British Columbia, held its annual  meeting ou Fr'.c'.ay evening last.  Officers and Direct rs for the ensuing year were elect . Among the  large number of directors chosen,  ^he following were selected from  the Delta:;' W. H. JV/'r.er, vice-  president; Directors: Ge.\ Embree,  |I. D. Benson, H. M. Vasey, p.  jtirkland.  it.' ■ ■■•<■ i  In accepting office for another  term the President, Mr. Trapp and  Manager Keary, addressed a few  words to the meeting. The former  took occasion to comment upon the  success of the show this year, which  was a record breaker, and remarked  upon the agricultural prosperity  prevailing throughout the Province.  He extended thanks to all who had  assisted the Exhibition.  Manager Keary in acknowledging re-election as Manager said in  the course of his speech that the  Exhibition receipts up to Friday  amounted to about $8,000. Last  year the total receipts were only  $5,468. While the Exhibition was,  generally speaking, a most satisfactory one, he was not pleased with  the Jtidges, and criticised some  Government officials very sharply.  He had told Hon. Mr. Prentice it  would be better for the Province  generally, if the services of J. R.  Anderson, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, wore dispensed with. He  and Mr. Hobson, Live Stock Commissioner, had done everything they  could to spoil the Exhibition.  The opening date for the next  show was fixed for Tuesday, September 29th.  CHURCH   NOTICES.  BAPTIST.  Song Services will be held Sunday-  evening at 7, I W Williamson,  pastor.  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 11 a.m  mid 7 p.m.  Rev. W. M. Burton, B. A. of  Langley will officiate at both diets  of worship.  Sabbath School at 2 p.m.  Public Thanksgiving Service will  be held on Thursday, 16th. inst., at  11 a.m. A special Thank offering  in aid of'The Indian Famine Fund'  will be taken up. This Service will  take the place of the regular Thursday evening service.  Public Thanksgiving Service will  be held in St. Stephen's Presbyterian  Church, East Delta, on the evening  of Thursday, 16th. inst. at 7.30  o'clock. A special Thank offering;  will be taken up in aid of 'The  Indian Famine Fund.'  ThomasOswald, minister.  ALI. SAINT'S TRENANT  Thanksgiving Harvest   Festival  Service will be held in the morning at 11 o'clock bv Rev Bell.  METHODIST.  Services next Lord's Day at 3p,_  Everybody   invited.    A N  Miller,  pastor  For first class Tonsorial  work go to McClellan's  „ [16  Try the Njw Cigar " PURrrANOS.'  HOTEL LELAND  R. Downwc.ll, Prop.  Vancouver, D. C.  One block f.von C. P. R. Depot and Steamboat  wharves. Newly renovated and remodelled.  Hates, J1.50 to Jj per day.  Cor. Omn ■■'tile and UastrngaSta.   -   -   •   Tel. M-  Surrey Hotel,  SOUTH WESTMINSTER, B. C.  firs. K. George, Proprietress.  Newly furnished throughout.   First class aocom  mo latum.   Choice liquors and cigars.  Uood Btalilmc In attendance.  Farm For Sale  80 acres of good Delta land  for. sale.     Easy terms of pay  ment.  '    A. Ik R. TAYLOR.  Ladner, B. C.  poration of Delta  DELTADYKING AND DRAINAGE SCHEME 1895 BYLAW NO. 4.  A By-law tcarovide for preserving,  structed under id by vfttue of the pro  Delta.  Whereas unr the said "Delta Dyk  tloneil were andre fully made and com  And,   wherea under   and   by virtue  are  fully made nd  completed as afores  maintain,  and fcp In repair,  the same  upon, and showin the By-law when tin  And, wherea under and by virtue of  row upon dehenres of the said MunU'l  261, and shall as-ss and levy upon the p  and interest of ie debentures.  And, wherea it is expedient and ne  expense of the Is and parts of lots bene  Is required theror;  He it  Iherefe enacted by  the said  "Municipal AcU97," and amended Acts,  1. That the .eeve of the said Distri  sum of Five Thisand ($6,000.00) Dollars,  said Cnrporatio to that amonnt, In su  thereof, wilh Inrest at the rate of 5 p  which1 shall be ue and payable on the  Montreal, New  estmlnster, Province of  2. For the ,p-poso of paying the eu  the said lands lneflted, and which said  Dyke and DraliUy-law, 1895, of the Mu  of five per cenlm per annum, the foil  in the same miner and at the same tl  which are (he nds mentioned and de  ISO.'., of Ihe Munipality of Delta," and t  of lot, respective, shall be divided into  aforesaid in eac year for thirteen yea  terest.  to run.  Schedule of ssessment on certain la  land reelamatlorand drainage works fo  maintaining, repairing and keeping certa  visions of the  "Delta Dyking* and Drain  ing and Drainage By-law, 189S," certain  pleted and are now being operated in the  of Section 261 of the "Municipal Act, IS  aid, it shall he the duty of thr, said Mil  at the expense ofthe lots, parts'of lots, a  ally passed*  Section 203 of the "Municipal Act, 181)7."  pality the funds necessary for' the. repa  roperty benefited as a special rate suffl  cessary to preserve, maintain, repair, nn  flted thereby, and the sum of Five Tho  Municipal Council of the Corporation of Delta, pursuant to the provisions of the  as follows:  ct  Municipality  may borrow on  the crfci  being the funds necessary for the said' i  ms of not less than $100.00 each, and payt  er cent, per annum, that is to say in thlrt  day of October, 1903, and all such iu-unnuiw ,u _ Ka.v«",c n. ...c *..«....» ....  British Columbia, and to have attached  to them coupons for the payment of In-  in Dyking and Drainage Worku con-  age By-law, llSlo.'^of the Municipally of  drainage and dykllig works therein men-  said Municipality; I  97," it is provided  that after such works  nicipallty making suX-h works to preserve,  nd roads, as the case may be, as agreed  -. ,  the Council may pass a By-law to bor-  irs and work required by said Section  cient  tor  the   payment  of  the principal  d keep In repair the said Works at the  usand ($5,006.00) Dollars is necessary and  •jdlt of the said Corporation of Delta the  ' works, and may Issue debentures of the  /able within thirteen years from the date  rtecn equal' annual payments, the first of  debentures to be payable at the Bank of  m of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars, b  lands numbered and described in the B  niclpaJity of Delta," and to cover inter  owing special rates, over and above all o  me as taxes are levied upon the under  scribed in the schedule of assessment in  he amount of the said special rates and  thirteen equal parts, and one such  is after the final passage of this By-law,  eing the amount to be charged against  y-law known and described as "Delta  est thereon for thirteen years at the rate  ther rates, shall Ibe assessed and levied  mentioned lots and part of lots, and  the said "Delta Dyke and Drain By-law,  interest assessed against each lot or part  part shall be assessed, and levied as  during  which  the said'debentures have  SCHEDULE "A."  nds In Townships 3, 4, 3 and 6 for preserving, maintaining and Keeping In repair,  r benefit  to  said  Townships: ''  ■ 'I  Nominal Owuerif Property  j    Group   [  I        or      !  | township !  I  Anderson   It...77)    Allison, M. J   Anderson,  Gus   Anderson, Gus   Anderson-,  G<us   Alexson, Adam.I ....  A. B.  C.  Packln|Co.  Arthur, Wm L.  .  Arthur, Wm.... L.  .  Arthur, Wm    ..  .  Alexander, Wm.  Bain, Tl. H   Hath, J   B. C. Land & It-t. Agency  B. C. Land tk Ivt. Agency  B. C. Land & Int. Agency.  B. C. Land & Irtt. Agency.  B. C. Land & Int. Agency.  Benson, IT. D '   Benson, II. r>   Booth, James....   Booth, James   Hi-odle,  Sidney   Bone, James...    Brown,   E.  S   Brown.   E.   S'.   Burr, J. B   Burr, J.  B   Burr, J. J   Burr, 1*:. B   Bun', E. B   Burr, E. B   Byron,  George1..   Bown, E. A   Brown, A   Berry, Larry   Buttefflelfl. T.J   Bt-rnev, James   Black. Wm   Bantist Church   Calhoun, K. W   Cartv. John   Chid.11, E   Creswell, H, J   C-urtlo,    Tlion   Curtis, Thos   Cosulich. A   Campbell, J. A   Colinson,  J   Cane, J   Crane, J. J   Devereaux. Mr*. J—      Dowdlmr, g. j   Dove. Douo-las   EHti it. J. !B   Elliott, J. B   Ellis, John   EIUb, Wm   Evlon. Berestrrd   Falk, A. A   Falk, A. A   Falk, A. A   Falk. Andrew   Farrell. Rlcnttld   Fawcett, A. E:   Fenton, Alex   Fisher, 1. B   I'ollis. J. & J   FredrtekB, J   Glass, J. H   Gibbie. P. T   GHlchrist, J   Gilchrist,  A       Gilchrist, A   Gilchrist, A   Grant, James   Grant,   D.  B   Green.   C.   F   Green.  Mrs   Goudy. Wm   Goostrey, S   Guichon Est, L   G'ttlchon Est., I.   Guichon Est., 1.   Guichon Est.. I.   Guichon Est.. L   Guichon Est., ti   Guichon Est., L-   Guichon  Est., L   Guichon Esi., L   Grant  &   Kerr   Gillespie, U. B   Harlnek Pkg Co   Harris, D   Honeyman, .1   Holmes, J. S   Holmes,   Wm   Holmes.   Wm   Hume, Thos   Hume, Thi.s   Hutcherson, IU   Hanson, L   Hanson, C   Helmer. Mrs   llaffgman, J   Haggman, J   Hondrlclcson, .1   Helllntshead. I,   W   Jackson., II. S   Ionian, JoseoH   Jiurlot, David   Jiurlet, David   Turlet,  David   Jensen, Alf   T<|rkland Est.. J   Kir' land Est., J   Kirkland, T   '•ri'-klnrti. H. J   Kirkland. Mrs J   Kettle. Chas   Re.-,-. T. W   La very.   E   Ladner. Tho«. E   T.adeer, Thos. E   Ladner, Thos. E   1 adner, E.   B   Ladner, Ellis   Laf'ner. W.  H   I.nfiner.  W. IT   Ladner.  VV. IT   Leary, Wm   Leary, W. J   Leary. W. J   Lord Est, T   Lord  Est., T   Lord Est*, T   Lord, Chns   Lord, Chas   Leary. A. Tl   Lome Estate   Lome  Itotate   Lome  Estate   Lome Estate   Lome Ehitate   Lome  Estate   Vn-no  Estate   Lome Estate |   '  Lome Estate   Lome  Estate   bona & Leiner   .1  .  .1  G 2  O 2  T fi  G 2  G 2  G 2  G2  G 2  G 2  G 2  G 2  G 2  . .'Ladner  .. I Ladner  , G 2  ..I G2  ..I G2  ..I G2  ..I G 2  ,.| G2  .. G2  .. G2  .. i Ladner  ,,l Ladner  . ILadner  .. I G 2  ... T 5  ..I G 2  ..I G 2  ..I TO  ,, TO  ,. G2  .. I G. 2  G 2  Ladner  ...I G2  . ..'Ladner  ...I T3  ...I TO  I G 2  ... G2  ...I G2  ...I G2  ...I G2  ...I G2  ...I G ".  ...IGulehnn  ...Guichon  ... Guichon  ...I G2  .. 1 G 2  ,.] T6  ...! G2  ... I G 2  ... TI  ,,.. 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E. 1-4  Sec.  25 IgO  N.  1-2 Sec.  30 :  820  Lot 71 1"5  Lots 45 and  40  g-20  Pt  Lot 1S8  20  Lots 101, 102 and 103 1 3-a  Lot 11(1   Pt  Lot  188   Lot   140   Pt Lot 112   Lot 141   Pt   Lot  Stia   Pt Lot 147   Il.ot 1-IS   Lot ISO   Il-'t   Lot  100   Pt Sec. 20   Lot 1 of Lot 138   Pt  T ot  132   Pt Lot 59   Pt  Lots 184 and 183   Pt   I ot  100.....   Pt  Lot 1S8   Pt Lot 132   Lot 105   Pt Lot 100   rt N. E. 1-4 Sec. 12   Lot 182   Pt Lot ,".9   rt Lin r,;i   Pt Lot 108   Pt  Lot 132   Pt  Lot 133   Pt  Lot 115   Pt Lot 138   Pt  Lot 130   Lots 14, 15, 10, 17 and 18.  Lot 72   Pt Lot 188   Pt Lot 188   Pt Lot 108   Pt   Lot  133   Pt Lot 119   Pt Lot  59   Pt  I,ot 119   Lot 113   Ixit   50   T.cit  110   Lot 8S and fft   Pt   Lot 115  S.  E.  1-4 Sec.  Pt  Lot 133   Pt Lot 183   S  1-2 S. W.  1-4 Sec. 12...  Pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 12   Pt Lot 90a   Pt  Lot 147   35.  Lot  141.  Lot 54   Pt S 1-2 Sec. 25   Pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 12.  Lot  127   Lot   117   Lot 108   Lot 109   Lot OS   Lot 97   Lot 90   2 Lots   2 Lots   1(1  Lots.  PI   Lot  12.  12..  12.  170  ,.|6 1-2  ..(153  ..1113  ..'20  .. 135  ..'41 1-2  ..116'  .,1176  ..(4-5  ..199  ..17  1-2  ... I SO  .,'10  ..-80  ..-1-5  .. 101  ..'25  ...53  .. 1  .. 24  ..   20  .. 5  .. 20  .. 4-5  .. 27  .. 21 1-4  .. 10  .. 72  13-20  1-5  32  05  65-100  28 4-5  82  IB  41  ' 165  3-20  1-5  1-5  20  160  7 1-0  78  80  120  25 1-10  71 1-2  11 1-2  Pt   Lot liii    , ,  Lot 100  }:5  170  3-20  214  18  3  12S  101)  160  150  150  142  2-5  2-5  7 1-5  1-5  7  40  79  65  90  70  160  10  100   PI   Lot 54   Ft N. W-. 1-4 See  Pt Lot 183   Lot 103   Pt S.  W. 1-1 Sec.  Pt S. W. 1-1 s<  Lot  140   Lot 150    ■■  7.M  Lots 76 and 77     {"*  Pt Lot 132..  PI   Lot 132..  2 Lois   Pt Lot 132.  Pt Lot 188.  Pt Lot KI..  Lol  L   Lot  104  G  15  2-5  15  7 1-4  9  7-10  1-1  LoisSL S8 aitd'89...'  ?f>  , ~*    i An   *'»  20  30  10  215  20  135  100  81  4-5  6:  404  1G0  160  100  160  120 2-5  Lot  143  Lot 145   PI S. VV. 1-t See. 12  Pt   Lot 50   Pt Lot 177 ....  Pt Lot 17S   PI Lot 177   Pt Lot 177  J"S  IPt \Mt 115  '-'  Pt Lot 58 and 50   4 Lots   Pt Lot 132   Lot 116   N.  W.  1-1  Sec. 25   N. E. 1-1 Sec. 20   Pt  Lot 182   N.  E.  1-1 Sec.  35   Pt   Lot 106   Ft  l>ot  11R   Lots 119 and 120   Lots 19 and 2ft   Pt Lot 102   Pt Lots 183 and 184....  Lots 22 and 23   Lots 117   Lot   E   Lot 118   Pt. Lot 106   Lot 2 of 138   IN; W. 1-1 Sec. 7   IS. W. 1-1 Sec. 7   S.   W.   1-1   Sec.  IS....  IB. F. 1-1 See. IS   IVt.  M.  W, 1-4  Sec.  18  IPt.  S.   E. 1-1 Sec. 19...  Pt. K,  W. 1-1 Sec. 20..  Pt.   N.   E.  1-1 See.  20.  |S. 1-2 Sec. Vii   IN 1-'.' Eoc. 21   ILot D    ■    1-2  13'  I (15-100  '4-15  134  180  11-2  13-20  11-2  '3-20  1-2  17 1-2  1100  160  '160  160  ■70  140  '24  '80  !221  1320  11-5  2.18  4.25  47.00  3.00  2.40  47  7.50  30.15  19.90  13.90  47  3.00  1.50  fl.05  19.25  7.35  13.64  4.84  19.15  38.55  1.20  94  0.05  25  5120  1.05  04.50  47.08  7.25  73.23  17.40  0.75  31.65  20  5.96  3.15  52.68  4,37  29.61  10  31.52  10.45  22.40  50  10.15  7.2T.  2.18  8.75  40  17.88  14.11  2.40  17.98  50.30  3.90  1.20  9.70  19.70  35  18.95  51.00  2.18  27.25  19.85  47  1.20  1.20  5.43  29.00  4.71  37.70  33.75  50.06  13.57  30.00  3.10  1.20  71.70  47.  25.80  7.60  1.50  30.SU!  67.80  67.8(1  45.30  45.30  00.11  2.40  2.40  3.07  10  2.90  16.89  38;00  27.50  16.30  21.15  S6.70  6,75  2.10  3.911  1*87  2.40  9.87  4.79  3.07  2197  1.20  2.70  8.35  7.25  12.66  4.37  64.80  4.90  32.45  38.60  13  33.97  37  9.98  210.20  28.90  2S.90  25.39  29,00  50.88  29.7U.  3.60-  LOO!  9.55  29.62.  3.00  90  3.00  90  3.00  3.15  0.115  9.115  9.65  9.05  4,90  2.40  1.35  4.80  13.29  pt 25  1,80  to cover  interest  for 13 yrs  at 5 per c  43"  1.S6  20.65  1.55  1.50  18  3.55  16.50  8.70  5.00  IS  Vi5  ■ 84  -1-SrU  S'.o5  3105  0.12  2.18  8.15  10.70  75  49  2.00  27  22.25  95  27.80  20.57  3.15  31.03  7.43  3.00  13.20  19  2.23  1.40  25.32  1.S3  12.77  16  14.37  5.65  12,05  04  4.80  3.15  42  1.65  25  7.73  8.12  1.50  11.0(1  21.85  1.95  75  4.34  9.03  17  8.35  24.50  42  11.75  9.40  18  75  76  2.37  13.90  2.31  10.25  14.35  22.01  5.67  13.42  1.26  75  31.00  IS  11.25  3.19  46  13.40  24.75  24.75  19.70  19.70  25.95  1,60  1.50  1.35  16  1.00  7.29  16.60'.  12.15  6.10  8,75  36.80  3.00  1.15  1.93  4.43  1.50  4.43  2.23  83  1.32  76  1.85  3.35  3.15  5,41  1.48  29.45  2.25  14.35  16.65  13  19.73  15  1.92  90.75  14.00  14.00  15.82  13.90  23.46  12.55  1.60  1.00  4.10  12.89  1.55  40  1.55  40  1.55  1.40  4.00  4.0fl  4.00  4.0ft  1.25  85  6ft  1.70  5.«2  8,06  7!b  Total  Special  assess- I  ment. 1  2.00 '  6.11  6S.25  4.55  3.90  65  11.05  52.05  2S.60  19.50  65  4.86  2:3*  13.05  27.30  10.40  10:7(1  7.02  27.30  55.25  1.95  1.43  S.71  52  73.45  2.60  92.30  68.25  10.40  104.20  24.811  9.75  44.85  39  8.19  4.55  78.00  5.20  42.38  26  45.89  22.10  34.45  1.04  14.95  10.40  2.00  10.40  65  25.61  22.23  3.90  29.61  72.15  5.85  1.95  14.04  28.73  52  27.30  78.00  2.00  39.00  29.25  65  1.95  1.95  7.80  42.90  7.02  53.95  48.10  72.67  19.24  42.42  4.42  1.95  102.70  65  37.05  10.79  1.95  44.20  82.55  82.55  65.00  65.00  80.00  3.00  3.90  4.42  26  3.110  24.18  54.60  39.65  23.40  29.00  123.50  9.75  3.25  6,86  14.30  3.90  14.30  7.02  3.90  4.29  1.95  4.55  11.70  10.40  18.07  5.85  94.25  7.15  46.80  55.25  26  53.70  52  5.S5  300.95  42.90  42.90  41.21  42.90  80.34  42.25  5.20  2.00  13.G5  42.51  4.55  1.30  4.55  1.30  4.55  4.55  13.nr>  13.05  13.G5  13.G5  5.85  3.25  . 1.95  6.50  19.11  87(30  1.93  ain't assessed  for each  yr. for  i3ye_ars  20  47  6.25  35  30  05  85  4,06  2.20  1.50  05  35  1.05  2.10  80  1.52  54  2.10  -4.25  15  11  67  04  5.65  20  7.10  5.25  80  8.02  1.91  75  3.45  03  63  35  6.00  40  8.26  02  3.B3  1.70  2.65  08.  1.15  80  !0  cO  05  1.97  1.71  30  2.28  5.55.  45  15  1.08  2.21  04,  2.10  6.00-,  20  3.00  2.25  05  15  15  60,  3.30  54..  4.15  3.70\  5.59  1.48  8.34  34«  16  7.90,  05  2.85  S3  15  3.40.  6.35  6 35-  6.00.  5.00.  6.G2  30  30  34,  02,  30  1.86  4.20,  s.or,  1.80  2.30,  9.50  76-  25  45  1.10  30  1.10  54  80  S3  16  35  90  80  1.39  45  7.25  65  8.60  4.25  02  4.90  04  46  23.15  3.?0  3.30  3.17  3.30  618  3.25  40  20  1.05  3.27  85  10  35  in  35  1.08  1.0ft  1.05  1*  45  25  15  •60  1.47-  21> THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER  i f,  i-902.  Nominal Owner of Property  Lanning, VV. J |Ladner  Land. Fred |     Tl  Lewis, H   Lasseter, George  Mason. A. H. S.  Martlnolich, V.  Matheson, Mrs. P  McBride,   VV.  L....  McCallan, James...  MeCullough, F   McCloskey, George  McDonald, J. M....  McKee Est., J   McKee, D. A.  McKee Bros   .... t  McKenzle, P , Ladne  McKenzle, P  McDIarmld, N. A  McNeely Est., T  McNeely Bst., T.  McNeely Est., T.  McNeely Est., T.  McNeely Est.t T.  McNeely,  Mrs.  T  McNeely,   Mrs.  McNeely,   Mrs.  McNeely,  Mrs.  McNeely,   Mrs.  McNeely, Mrs.  Mitchell,   N....  Moffit,  Robt  _uffit, Robt  Moffit,  Robt  Monkman, J. J  Monkman, L...  Morley, Sam...  Morrow, Chas  Morrow, Chas  M«cklin, H.  Mn.cklin, H.  JVoore, J.  A   Moore, J. A  McKenzle.  J....  McCormick,  H..  Nesblt, Marcella  Nelson. James...  Nlcollch, Gasper  Nicholson, H'...:-.  Northern Countie  O'Brien Bros  Olive, Warren  Olive, Warren  Olive, Warren,  Olson, A   Paterson, T. W  Paterson. J. A  Paterson. J. A  Parmiter Fist., T  Price, David  Pemberton, F. B  Pemberton. F. B  Peterson, O." C  Peterson. O. C..  Pybus, Wm.'...  Pybus, VVm  Pybus, Wm  Quaggan, R. H  Rfitnage. S....'  .  Read. Adam  Reagh,  Rich.  H.  N  Rich, H. N  Richardson, C.  Robson,  C  Reid,  M. N  Stainton   &   Rrnwn  Stainton. J. f   Stainton. M,  Swnnson.  L  Sh It-lev,  Rich  Shirley, P   '  Simpson,  J Ladner  Simpson,  J..     ILadncr  Slmnson, J  1    G2  Shoff, J. A ILadncr  Selick. M..  .-    |Gui"hou  sturdy. Rich.- ■ ■ |    Tl  '■  Sturdy, Rich, |    T4  Sutherby, R. J    |    G2  Sherman, Mr. T     IGuleh.  Smith. A.... I     O 2  Smith.  Mrs.  A .-.-    |     G2  Shotbolt, T... ILadncr  Taylor, A. DeR  Taylor, H. G  Taylor, Fred  Thukle, Thos  Thukle, Thos  Thukle, Thos  Thukle. Thos I    G 2  Todd. Thos  ....Ladner  Trim. Ed |    G2  Vasey, H. M ,-....|    G  Vasey. Mrs. H       G2  Selllok I    G 2  L Ladner  L Ladner  v-ihu-  of IU-  ,' prove'  I mob  2.1ft  5.011  6.90  1.20  70.70  1.20  7.20  1.20  25.84  1.20  52.85  58.00  1.20  2.18  20.20  GO  29.02  20  12.10  27.10  16.90  11.10  70.00  1.80  2.70  1.20  1.20  3.30  20.10  36.75  1.80  1.80  1.23  10.26  4.49  13.80  10.82  8.43  5.98  1.S0  2.00  60  47  47  13.10  3.00  2.40  2.70  03.44  3.00  3.60  O.llO  1.20  2.1S  77.10  23.50  47.G0  38. GO  50.60  122.GO  5.43  20.50  27.25  c7.r0  20.45  39.00  19.87  50.35  24.10  1.20  3.40  16.150  45.05  9.S7  1.20  47  1.20  40  2.1.8  4.05  1.50  1.20  1.20  11.88.  1.80  1.211  9.65  19.25  33.16  1.80  3.00  3.74  2.40  25  7.20  5.48  2.40  2.10  1.50  27.00  2.40  6.10  77.18  2.1.12  2.18  2.40  1.20  10.54  2.87  C.SG  6.99  4.24  4.24  40.50  64.40  54.40  64.90  53.00  2.04  1.80  106.00  143.25  106.00  2.40  3.00  13.80  3.00  2.40  4.70  47  Totals|   5000.00  to cov  interej  fir 1.1 J- ,  at 5 per] I  ' 1.80  1.%  4.58  75  29.40  3.85  23.20  24.55  75  42  9.05  44  12.89  19  5.45  12.55  7.15  4.50  30.10  80  1.20  1.25  9.07  15.90  SO  SO  98  7.14  1.75  5.70  8.78  3.79  1.82  SO  1.25  05  IS  18  1.S5  1.55  1.50  1.20  25.09  1.55 I  1.00  2.45  75  42  33.40  10.30  20.72  16.05  20.90  62.90  1.07  11.20  11.75  29. .35  8.80  18.20  8.60  21.80  14.37  75  1.80  7.45  19.17  4.43  75  18  76  25  43  LSI)  1.10  36  5.28  4.00  8.05  14.42  ,    SO  1,55  2.50  1.50  26  3.S5  3.37  1.50  ■     1.50  71  1J.00  i.50  ,13.93  9.17  42  1.50  4.07  1.20  2.25  3.58  3.78  3.78  20.45  23. GO  23.00  23.70  22.40  69  80  45.45  81.60  45.15  1.50  1.55  5.70  1.55  1.50  3.10  IS  2202.00  Total  Special  assessment.  3.90  7.02  11.57  1.95  100.10  1.95  11.05  1.95  30.92  1.95  7li_5  82.55  1.95  2.60  29.25  1.04  42.51  39  17.55  39.05  24.05  15.00  100.10  2.60  3.90  1.95  1.95  4.55  29.77  52.G5  2.0O  2.00  2.21  23.40  0.24  19.50  2S.G0  12.22  7.80  2.60  3.25  65  G5  65  14.95  4.55  3.90  3.90  88.53  4.55  5.20  8.45  1,95  3.00  110.50  33.80  OS. 38  55.25  71.50  175.50  6.50  37.70  39.00  90.85  29.25  57.20  28.47  72.15  38,47  1.95  6.20  24.05  G4.22  14.30  - .95  05  1.95  m  2.G0  5.85  2.00  1.56  1.95  17.16  2.0(1  1.96  13.05  27.W  47.5S  2.60  4.-55  6.24  8.90  63  11.05  7. SO  3.00  3.90  2.21  39.00  3.90  5.S5  111.41  30.29  2.60  3 90  1.95  15.21  5.07  ,   8.11  11.57  S.02  8.02  GG.95  78.00  78.00  7S.00  .  75.40  I    2.73  I    2. GO  161.45  201.75  151.45  3.90  ;    4.55  19.50  4.55  3.00  ;   7.80  7302.00  shall  he published  in   the  "Delta News"  newspaper on 00 every week for four consecutive  thereof, and shall come into operation and take effect s even days   from   the   date  of   Its  3. That this By-la"-  before the final nnssle-  adoptlnn by the Council.  4. This By-law miiv be cited for all purposes as the "Delia Dyking and Drainage Scheme   1895   By-law No   4  ain't sir  sessid  forcach  yr. for  13 years  ?0  54  89  15  7.70  15  85  15  2.S4  15  6.85  G.35  15  20  2.25  08  3.27  03  1.35  3.05  1.85  1.20  7.70  20  30  15  15  35  2.29  4.05  20  20  17  1.80  48  1.50  2.20  94  60  20  25  05  05  05  1.15  35  30  30  0.81  35  40  65  15  20  S.50  2.G!)  5.2G  4.25  5.50  13.50  60  2.90  3.00  7.43  2.25  4.40  2.19  6.05  2.65  15  40  1.85  4.94  1.10  16  05  15  05  20  45  20  12  1"  1.32  20  15  1.05  2.10  3.06  20  85  48  30  04  85  GO  SO  30  17  8.0O  30  45  8.57  2.53  20  $  15  1.17  SO  47  89  51  64  5.15  GOO  6.00  6.00  H.Sfl  21  20  11.G5  15.75  11.65  30  35  1.50  35  30  60  05  554.00  weeks  final  General Blacksmith  Ladner, B. C.  First class  class work  Horsesboing  a specialty.  .•.A+*l**.A'»'A*.A'*A,*,A*A+"l»+.A'*'*°*  t  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers:  f  J. HENLEY  T  T  i  Provisionally adopted  by the Council on the 12th day of July, 1902.  N. A. McDIARMID, Clerk Municipal Council.  W-M.   IT.  LADITER, Reeve.  B»WiM*<*l'MeH-H ■»■♦*♦*♦ #*fM+  N»H-+*»M-»»M-*M»»»»»N>*»»  K     K ffi ffl     ffi  A-  ••             _>  O  *   *  3  R  B  <  3  ••     _  *1»  •  t.  •    N  1.        t/l  £3  a  t  ■.  Fr 55  •  1   I  ::   >  -1  J'  V    1.1  0  z  j;    0  :   0  r*$  m  ..   2  ■     <  >  kNr_t  "    re  )__|  •  _  c  * -  - -  E  to  - *  • •  1  „  >  S3  o  o  M  _  f»*  n  TJ  n  p  rt-  P  >  n  r+  o  B  t/i  it   w  ►4 (/>' O  K'  sn'  It _ *6 v _.  w;   ni    fc   m    ft)  M     S    1     «  -S3  O  1-  t. p-  Cf B  -rt 5  W $  S n  f _.  r+  p 1/1  W rt  S 3  rt- _  W 2  rt _  n  B4 Ja.  r-r ft  fJ, c_  DJ p  (T lo  _.  ft  tf  rt  W  C  to  a  b §  - a  o o o  % ?p  l-d       •—  • a _  it a  c »s  ft   o  r>|  lis i»  ff 3  •^ a.  ET »  ft ir1  3 a"  rt W  R1 °  O rt,  W M  a W  a o  _ _  o 1  -( o.  I  M O  ^S  cr ft  rt Cl  rt en  ft o   ft  rt rt, rt  sT 0   Q  a. a 'o  !_ _3 C*  ft  rO  «  a  rt  tn  a*  ft  a  o  ft  » JO  _B  a  DO  tn  b___|  r  "0  w  >  a  a- ft  i?   a  ^  KrJ  a  p  U)     rt  ft   rt  £<  » _  "-1 r*  3 «  tr.'  O  rt,  O   M  OS  a „  as o  ? i  3 rt  o  A  _  1  a'  w  a  o>'  5"  w  c  rt.  tn  S"  rt  a  *  1  tn  0  3  B  tn  ar  m  c  a*  ft  ft  m  r*    "  r^  o  i  a-  H  ..  g-   *  n  o  s  0  T  NEW WESTMINSTER,    :-:   B. C.   ♦>  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Soda Water, Ginger y  Ale and Summer    i,  Drinks. |  Your patronage solicited      f  Roses,   Rhododendrons,   Agalkus,   Shade   Trees,  Small HruiU.  Greenhouse aud bedding ont plantu, at lets than  eastern or foreign prices.  Clean certificate from the inspector.  Garden, Field, and Flower Seeds.   Each vnritty  tested as to vitality, and ot close prices.  Fenilwers,   Bee   Supplies*   Agricultural   Imple  xnents, &c.  New catalogue tells you all about it. Call and  examine our stock and get our list of send  for it: it will save you money.  Address  M. J.   HENRY,  3000 Westminster Road,    -   -    Vancouver, I). C.  HICK'S HOTEL  LADNER, B. C.  P. SHIRLEY, Proprietor.  Insure your Stocks, Houses an4  Earns in the Anglo-A erican and  Equity Firk Insurance Co panties. We are not in the Insurancf  Trust, and can positively save you  money.    Call pr vvrjte for r.ates.  A. W. McLeod,  DISTRICT AGliNT.  Office: Burr Block, Columbia street,  'Phone 62.      Nejiy Westminster  LAPNBK, B, Q,  W. ALEXANDER, PROP.  Livery rigs and saddle horses for  hire,    Horses bought and gold  on commission.  *F___ngdoRe on short notics,  0. T. Bater  Agent for  Ladner, B. C,  A full itock of nuggiM,' Carriagci alwajn oq  hand.   Repairing ot all description*.  Conveniently  situated  and  first class in every particular.  BEST CUISINE SERVICE  FOR SALE.  A registered Shorthorn roan  bull, calved March 1901, and also  spring bull calves foi sale.   Apply to  ' W. H. LADNER,  LADNER, B. C.  Hotel Colonial  J. P.. LNSXKY, Prop,  Rates, $1.50 and $2.00 per dny.  •Special  attention given   tu Commercial  Travellers.  Cor. McKenxie and Clnrkson Sts.  New lyestmlnster, B. C  Clarington Hotel  South Westminster, B C  Strictly first class accommodation.    Good stabling.   Careful attention given to horses.  J. WISE, Prop  The Delta News  One Dollar a Year  ••••e««»o«««e«tt««»««c««e*9*««e«*«»*«ei3*««««e  • ?  . t      JOHN SIMPSON, Proprietor.  Refitted throughout with New Horses, New Buggies  and Hacks.    Good saddle Horses alway on hand.  J  i  ® Lowest Rates.  Telephone No. ly  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B.C.—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  B. WI_BBRO & CO.  P. O. BOX 661.  NKW WKSTINSTBR,  B.  C,  ♦^•^(v^'t'f^*+^'i^  Binder Twine, Baling Wire  Baling Ties  Cheapest and Best  R. F. ANDERSON A CO    NHW WBSTMI1NSTBR, B. C.  Delta Transfer Stable  LADNER, B. C.  SINGUB AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES  ON SHORT NOTICE  t     Team Wark Dana at Specially Low PrSoee.  --  JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  Telephone " Iyadner" No. 10. rp  rHE DELTA NEWS, SA1U.RDAY, OCTOBER n, 1902.  EIRTH.  Cunningham: At Lndiier on Monday, October 6th., to the wife of  John Cunningham, of a daughter.  LOCAL   NEWS.  Next Thursday is Thanksgiving  A. C. Good ha» moved into the  residence of J. M. Cullinson.  P. Shirley was at Victoria attending the exhibition this week.  J. Stokes spent a few days in  Victoria this week taking in the fair.  A series of runaways of horses  attached to vehicles too_ place this  "week.  Malcom Reed is now engaged as  •chool teacher at the Crescent Island  school.  In this issue is published the  Delta Drainage aud Dyking Bylaw  No. 4, 1895.  The  citizens of Vancouver   are  •tarting an agitation for an annual  fall exhibition at that place.  1  W. L- McBride, general merchant,  Port Guichon, has been at Victoria  the past week, attending the fair.  Tuesday the season for cock  pheasant opens, and sportsmen tresspassing on farms can be prosecuted.  -Paste this in your hat.  Sickness has visited the house of  Thcs. Thirkle, and his two young-  daughters have been unable to leave  the house the past week.  FOR SALE.  i ii ill  A first class Doherty Piano Cased  Organ, stands six icet two inches and  of the finest finish. Has eight sets  of reeds and sub-bass, 17 slops. It  is an exceptionally fine toned  instrument r.ndone ofthe best manufactured by the Doherty Co. Will  be sold at a reasonable price. For  further information apply to _jie  Dklta Nkvs or  J.   M.   COJVUNSOM,  Ladner, B.C.  tl  J_>  ate  Hev. W. Bell of Surrey, visited  Vancouver Wednesday, attending a  meeting of the executive committee  of the Westminster Diocesan.  The reading room is now open to  subscribers. All the latest papers  spd periodicals are on hand. Push  It along, its a good thing.  We understand sotne of the Ladner bachelors will shortly join the  benedicts. There are several, but  one id particular will give the boys  'a chanca for a serenade soon.  Mrs. Wm. Dodd.. wife of the  Government Agent Dodd of Yale,  'and her sister Mrs. Kyle of Montreal, visited with Mr and Mrs. C F.  Green Tuesday afternoon.  Tht Ladner Cornet Band intend  holding a concert about the middle  ol next month. W. H. Smith this  week received a new slide trombone  ftc-aa the east, and with the instrument* lately received, the band have  now a fine completement.  Mrs. Bnsh, superior chief of the  Pegree of Honor, A. O. U. W-,  orgaaized a branch in Ladner this  weak, which promises to increase in  membership. Mrs. Bush left on  Wednesday for Arkansas to attend  the superior lodge which will be in  session next week.  A very pleasant surprise party  was given to Mrs. Hutcherson aud  Miss Wadhams on Thursday evening, when a number of their friends  paid tbem a visit; Games and dancing was kept up until midnight,  when the visitors retired to their  homes, ail being highly pleased with  the reception and entertainment.  -OK-  HIP  11  is imo  LA)NER, b. c.  A full sock of high grade  Jewelery, Vatehes, and Clocks  Repairing a petialty. If you have  any work have it with me and I  will guura:tee satisfaction.  u  In the Bsltss Municipality  and Lois & the Village  &f Lsukwr.  nr. H. N. Rich will sell by Auction at the Tov/n Hall, Ladner,  at an ear!y date.  850 MQFISTS DELTA LANDS  now known as the "Imperial Farm," s'tuate  hi Tdwnship 5, New Wi >tminster District,  described bs north east qiruter of Section 10;  south wesCquarter of Section 15, north half of  south east quarter of Section 15; tho north half  of south west quarter of Section 15; north half  of Secrion 15; timber lot:; 3 aud a Section 15;  south portion of Section 22, an island in the  Fraser River close to Ladner, known as Lot 452;  and 6 lots with residence in the town of Ladner.  THE ABOVE FARM LANDS will be offered in  lots to suit those desiring brge or small holdings aud will be sold on the following terms if  desired: 20 per centcash aud balance 0:1 mortgage at five per cent, per aim urn with five per  cent, of principal payable annually.  TIIKSK LANDS ARK DRAINED ANDVKNCKD  in a good atate of cultivation and have abundant supply of good water, and to parties requiring Grain, Dairy or Stock Farms, presents an  opportunity rarely to be met with to acquire  first class properties ouguch favorable terms,  and are offered for sale to close up the estate of  the late Mr. Thos. McNeely.  FULL PARTICULARS aud plans are in course-  of preparation aud may . Iiortly be obtained  from the auctioneer ut Ladner, EU C.  THE AUER  GASOLENE LAMPS  gives 100-candle power for each  burner at half ti.e cost of oil,  acetylene or incadescent electric  light. It is the only lamp which  does not have to he taken down  to fill—the reservoir is removable.  It is self cleanig.  THIS LAMP IS PtTtLV GUARANTEED  FRESH  rourrs  Peacte,  Apricots,  Pear*,  Plums,  Prtnes, &c.  Moderate   Prices  CITY BAKERY  ■  DG YOU NEED  If so pace your order early  and avoid the spring rush  Everything in Harness  and Saddlviy at  Moderate Prices.  h. Mcdowell,  LADNER. 15. C.  EOBEBT MAI7  {    Ladner,    -    B. C.    t  ' " CSiA  i ' r.  TO GIVE SATISPAC  IN OR  MONEY  REFUNDED.  Approved by Canadian Fire Underwriters' Association. Ou view  and for sale at the 1   ug Store.  F. J. IVi iiaKewzSe.  Dceries  \  *   V_» I >_• X_ W«    1 v.;_y i  ( i  t   Tinware, Graniteware, Etc.  *  \   SCHOOL SUPPLIES \  £ Agent for i  J The   Gurney  Foundry   Coy's. J  J    Oxfoid Stoves and Ranges.    ->  The best ou the market.  DRYGOODS &  BOOTS  &.  SHOES  FOR   BARGAINS  IN    THESE     GOODS  CAM, ON  i  GENT'S  FURNISH-   •  INGS •  W. L ricBRIDC  ©   PORT_GUICHON, B. C.  81  'Phone 5  CHOICE  GROCERIES  COME AND  INSPECT  THESE  GOODS  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  0  )  9  BEST       f  BRANDS OF j  FLOUR  • 1?  NEW   LINE    JUST   ARRIVED  £The Latest in Ladies Hats, Children's Hoods, etc^  •       Don't miss this opportunity to see and purchase these goods        *  O A SPECIAL LINK   OF _  ©  Fine Nobby Boy's Suits of the Best Quality     £.  iihbes wm 91  LS81B.8.1  I« 0«CEo©o®e@»tt*®°®»©  Tha six year old daughter of Mr.  *nd Mrs. Fred Taylor, passed away  at her parents home on Sunday morning last. ' T_« young girl had been  'ailing for several da>*9, and on Saturday evening took a torn for the  Vrorse,' death faking "place about  Cine o'clock the following morning.  _ho bereaved family have the sympathy of their many friends. The  funeral took place Monday afternoon  to the Boundary Bay cemetery.  io ,:■■- i< ->■■■ ■•■■-      .        - ■ . ■ .  SORE YOUR PROPERTY   with   Jm Hart &. H©0  New Westminster,  ;_______7___;___S___3B  to   St.  The Leading Insnranoe Agenpy  __  !  1  ■f  +  f  A  f  f  J  1  I  +H*+ '1-H-l-i'fl-T-HfH-l+H ffrH4*HfH44+f-H+-Hi*  A NEW EINE OF  EADIES'^BLOUSES LADIES SAILORS  LADIES SKIRTS LADIES WHITE UNDERWEAR - -  AND STAPLE DRYGOODS  FRESH :-: GROCERIES :-: EVERY :-: WEEK  -AT-  1       A large stock of Loaded Shells,  a  I Smokeless and Black Powder at  •w _*■*.<_.'%.^a*a*%---t.-vj*,^.^*_-% ***^ »,-*_<_x* _.  f MARSHALL SMITH  f  We have more Gum Boots in stock than any other store in the city  In order to reduce our stock we well Sell (or 30 Days  SWcet's Snag Proof Sum Boots at $5 and $5.50  Regular Price SS.75 and $6.25  We also have large sizes in Hip Boots that we are selling at $4.50.  W. E. SINCLAIR, laHllKlUli  Ublllll iUlOMliyilll 6 Ub Will iibPilll  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Clark.  First class work. Your patronage solicited.  W. H. TAYLOR,     -     -     PROP.  The MaRic Animal Spice and the Magic Poultry Spice made by the  Ma™;e Spke Co., Vancouver, are composed of the very best vegetable  drugs known. They give genuine satisfaction in building up horses  and cattle and producing niilk.    Eggs guaranteed in winter.  FOR SALE AT ,  MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE, LADNER.  u  r.  i>  Of Boys' School Clothing.  Out new ideas in Coys' School Clpthiug arc aoth,  Century idt-as.  They ore n little ahfcad ofthe tithes but they will be thoroughly appseclated by buyers. This  line of Hoys' Cloti i u: :s tiuumiacturcd from till wqol Halifax tweeda, specially made for hard wear  You can buy tlu whole suit complete or the knlexers Separate, if you hay a mU now ami waut  fl hi i-i.tid pair of knickers later on you can get them to match the coat which will always outwear  two pAir (if ki ickers, Our knickers are always made with double seats and double knees, y/e  are the only people lu town handling the " Lion " nrund.  J. E. PHILLIPS,  New Westminster.,

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