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Array V  " ' *"   / ll  _^o&1  0L v U^t-'>    '     - *' -     -   <■   ■   '•>  Vei. i. No. 38.  LADNER, B, C, SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER 8, 1902.  gaaa s_aa_nB waaan  -$1.00 a year  JI11 M.P.P.  Tells About   the Incompetency of the Government.  t   <1»  91  The town ball was conifertably  filled on Saturday evening when  Dr. Wilson took the chair, and called upon John Oliver, M.P.P, to  address the meeting.  Mr. Oliver in opening stated that  he conceived it to be the duty of a  representative to meet his constituents at least once a year, to explain what he had done on their behalf, to give them what informa-  I on possible nnd to consult with  them for the future. He had been  inclined to support the Dunsmuir  government last session on account  But as the session progressed and  the railway policy of the government became known, he had been  forced to the conclusion that it was  his-duty to prevent the iniquitous  contracts made by the government  being carried out.  The government were in his opinion incompetent to carry out even a  of the New Westminster bridge and  the promised redistribution bill,  good.policy to satisfactory conclusion, and instanced the bridges over  the North Arm of the Fraser at  at Eburne, where ^25^000 had been  voted for new draws, and it was afterwards found necessary to renew  the whole structure-at an additional  cost of $40,000, This large amount  was being; expended without any  agreement as to the price to be paid  for the work.  Correspondence was read showing that the government refused to  complete the Ladner-South Westminster wagon road as a government work. He showed that the  money wasted in retaining fees to  J. N. Greenshields,. and through  the neglect and incompetency of  the government in not complying  with the statute law in respect 'to  crossing ofthe river and theC.P.R.  would have completed this much  deserved road. The government  had not money for wagon roads,  but for retaining fees,, increases in  the civil service, and immense cash  bonuses to railways.  Col. Prior had secured bis election in Victoria by deliberate falsehood and misrepresentation, and  afterwards impudently said he did  not consider the pledges given as  binding. The premier had sworn  that he would stand or fall by his  railway policy, but he was too cowardly to stbnd by any oi his proposals, if by so doing bis gsrvernnient  run the risk of being turned out of  office.  The immense land grant to the  Canada Northern had, thanks to  opposition, been saved at least for  the present. But it was his duty to  warn them that if the present government remained in power, and  were backed by a subservient legislature, that these grants would still  be made.  The Coast-Kootenay road was referred to. The agreement made  with McLean Bros, did not call for  u railroad south of the Fraser at all,  and he had not a shadow of doubt  ■nM__*jM  that it was a C. P. R. scheme to obtain a bonus for road from Midway  to Spences Bridge. The wording  of the Subsidy Act, Mr. Dewdney's  report, and a statement made by  one of the ministers about a year  ago to the effect that the road Spences Bridge " up the Nicola Valley  was the only feasable one and that  the government would have to cross  the C. P. R. to build them all, went  to strengthen his conviction. The  amendment which be had secured  to the bill and upon which he the  government was signally defeated,  would he thought, defeat this  scheme.  If any further proof was wanted  that this government was but a machine for registering the will of the  C. P. R. it would be found in their  actions re the Columbia & Western  Subsidy Act amendment, which  was introduced during the last session. The ministers were sworn  advisors of the lieutenant-governor  and had violated their oaths of office in that they had given his honor  untruthful advice as to certain alleged facts and had by this means  induced his honor to transmit a  message to the house recommending a bill, which in its preamble  contained false statements of facts.  The government sought thereby to  mislead the legislature and secure  passage of an act to legalize one of  the most barefaced attempts at robbery and spoflationof the province  of some 90j, 000 ^_res of its most  valuable coal and oil lands. Had  the legislature done its whole duty  these men would have been impeached.  The province was in a very serious position financially, with an  overdraft fast approaching two millions and the failure of the finance  minister to sell the bonds, the bank  was in a position to force the government to sell its bonds at an enormous rate and the credit of the  province would be seriously impaired.  Mr. Prior and Mr. Eberts were  both struggling for the premiership  all last session attempts were made  to induce Mr. McBride and his followers to retrrn to the government  and it was reasonable to expect that  the same tactics would be pursued  now. What could be said of the  men who left the government a  year ago if they should form an alliance with any of the present government after the experience of last  session.  This is not a time to be mealy  mouthed, I have told you the truth  fearlessly. I have to the best of  my judgment done my duty by you  faithfully and it is your duty to say  just as plainly whether you appro\re  my actions and to say with your  votes and influence whether or no  you will put this incompetent administration in a position where  they can hurt this province no more.  During the address which occupied two hours it was listened to  with great interest throughout. Mr.  Oliver quoted freely from documents and exhibited maps to prove  the various statements made and  upon closing was accorded a hearty  round of applause.  It was moved by Thos. E. Ladner  seconded by Reeve W. H. Ladner,  and carried unanimously, "that  this meeting thoroughly approve of  Mr. Oliver's actions during the  time he has represented us in the  legislature."  With a vote of thanks to the  chairman the meeting adjourned.  On  Saturday  Afternoon.  Foreshore Rights  Discussed.  The meeting of fisherman called  by Mr. John,Oliver, M.P.P., to discuss provincial legislation as to the  granting of'foreshore rights and  other matters convened in the town  hall at 2.30 p.m. to-day. The meeting was a representative one being  well  attended  by  local fisherman.  Mr. Oliver stated that his reason for  ■t  calling the meeting was that   he  might find out from them personally  how existing legislature and the  granting of foreshore rights would  effect them.- Whilst the province  had, he, considered, no authority  to grant fishing privileges to any  one, if the Don inion Government  permitted trap fishing, then the province, if it had already granted the  foreshore, would be powerless to prevent the opa/ation of the traps, but  if the province retained the foreshore they might possibly be able to  prevent tbe putting iu of traps.  He wished an expression of opinion as to how the fishermen would  be effected thereby.  Several fisheumeu took part in  the discussion and were unanimously of the opinion that if traps were  allowed it would put them out of  business. They would have to sacrifice their homes and fishing gear,  and   seek   employment  elsewhere.  Mr, Oliver said that this had been  his opinion and he was glad to have  it confirmed by the u.eeting. He  would represent to the legislation  the manner in which this law would  effect them aud would use all his influence to see that their rights were  protected.  There was also some discussion  about seining licenses, where the  fishermen have a serious grievance.  It seems that parties who are not  bona-fide fisher_en have exclusive  right to fishing limits, soma of these  limits embracing as much as 65  miles of coast. The privilege of  fishing in these limits is rented to  fishermen at so much per fish in  some cases, and at 10 per cent, of  the catch in others.  Mr. Oliver promised to have this  matter represented to Mr. Morrison,  and through him to the Dominion  authorities. He thanked the fishermen for their attendance and invited them all to the meeting to be  held at 7.30 p.m., where he would  discuss matters of general interest  to the public.  Local News.  Miss F. Shotbolt is visiting with  her relatives, Councillor Arthur and  family.  I  We notice that the council secured  iron for the repair of the gravel  track in Vancouver. Why not patronize local establishments ?  A proclamation has been issued  for the observance of the King"s  birthday on Monday, May 25th.  Sunday, 9th, is the King's birthday.  A number of friends gathered at  the residence of Wm. Arthur,  Slough toad, on Friday evening,  and enjoyed a pleasant evening  card-playing and dancing.  The members of the Baptist  Church gathered together Monday  evening and invaded the residence  of Mr. and Mrs. D. Black and presented Mrs. Black with a fine oak  rocking chair.  The Delta News apologizes to its  readers for being late in sending out  this weeks issue and will endeavour  not to let it occur again. Unfor-  seen accidents and delay in transportation facilities to the Delta is  the cause.  H. N. Rich will sell by auction  immediately after the Imperial Farm  sale, twenty acres of timber lands,  near the Imperial lands. He will  also sell by auction on Saturday  next, 200 bales of hay at the Ladner wharf.  Many are the complaints lately  about the steamer service on the  Fraser river between Westminster  and Steveston and with just cause.  With the numerous railway facilities proposed for the Delta, it is  hoped some will be built at an  early date.  A letter was received by Thos. E.  Ladner this week from the Douk-  hobors asking permission to settle  •n this locality. The letter will be  published in next issue.  "Bert" Beadleston was brought  in'from Point Roberts this week and  is now dominciled in his brother-in-  law's house, W, McCrea, where he  is being attended. Some time ago  he cut his hand, with the result that  blood poisoning set in. He is very  much improved the last few days.  Geo. Wagg, better known as  "Shorty", at Jordan's stables, returned from a trip to Ontario Monday after a several weeks visit.  He had not been around his old  home for a number of years and  had a hard time locating his old  tillicums. He appreciates the west  more than ever.  The band concert on Wednesday  evening promises to be one of the  best that has been given in Ladner.  Among the artists is Mrs. Nicholson whose splendid voice is well  known here. Mr. Cronshaw, the  band master, will show the wonderful qualities of the clarionet in a  solo, while the band shows a state  of efficiency they have not displayed  before. Everybody ought to take  thid in, v  And Supper a Grand Success.—Large   Attendance.  The celebration xii the 5th of No-  vember by the Delta Loyal Orange  Lodge on Wednesday evening last  was a most interesting social event.  The members of the Loyal Orange  and True Blue Lodges together with.  their triends alone, 150 in all, assembled in the town hall to (take part w  the festivities. By request Dr. A.  A. King acted as chairman, and bit  opening address was followed by a  selection by the Ladner Cornet Band  which organization was one of tbe  guests of the Lodge.  Rev. Thos. Oswald,«na the _e_  I. W. Williamson gave short addresses suitable to the occasion, and  there was a number of songs and  duetts which contributed to the enjoyment of the party. After the  programme had been rendered, the  guests sat down to .a sumptuous repast and did ample justice to the  good fare which had been provided.  Supper being over, tbe hell was  cleared for dancing, and to the inspiring strains of the Sutherby or"  chestra the hours glid.ed -swiftly by  until 2 a.m. in tbe morning, when  the party dispersed.  The members of the committee  wish to convey their ihanks to the  Ladner Cornet Band and other outside talent that assisted in making  the celebration a success.  A Kicker.  Thursday a postal card was received at the Delta News office, hav*  ing the New Westminster P. Q,  date stamp on it. The few lines on  it were typewritten and signed  "Reader", and endeavoured to  roast the editor of The News fqr  denying the story of the heroea whe  arrested the man Lengate, neat  Ladner a few weeks ago, of the  wild report circulated of the dangerous man they had to deal with and  other sensational rot. The editor of  The Delta News does not consider  a thing who sends anonymous notes,  as a yellow cur is so far superior to  natures carelessness that there It  no comparison.  Protessional Deal  Dr. A. A. King this week  pleted the purchase ofthe reatdenee  and lots an the corner of Delta and  Westham streets, from Dr. J. A.  Kerr Wilson, including hie professional practice. Dr. King is well  know in the Delta, having resided  here for some time, and having  passed his examinatiou before the  medical board a couple of weeks  ago. Dr. Wilson who has resided  and practiced in Ladner for nearly  twelve years, will leave for the east  and the old country to take in the  large hospitals for some months.  1  #  1    '  1 TBE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVMEBER 8,  1902.  THE DELTA NE>VS  mr juc. a.. F^sBja.  .*»inrt>tl»ii J?»ie*, per j«f In advance, J1.00  jULWjtp_T, NpysMBEp 8, 1902.  .(CHANG1ING THE SEED.  Tlief* js a commpua belief among  i«_..i     , '■ •......,   .grain growers that seed necessarily  " .''.'rons 0Blt" and requires a change  from one lenity £9 another, from  one kind pf soil to another every  few years. This theory Is very misreading and unless the changing of  ' seed Js followed intelligently it will  be ,o»|y by f,ccident that tha desired  jtn.d is accpbjjiithejl. There is  abundant evidence to show that  Varieties of grain crops do not "run  put" when they are well cared for.  -The results from ten years' experiments at the Onjtario Agricultural  College says tbe Breeder and Sports-  plan, fhow that the productiveness  of varieties of grain can be improved by selection.  U|rfc»tUtoately, however, a great  deal of the seed grain that is used  is takes from stored grain which  bas beep threshed from unthrifty  .props. Among the influences which  tend to reduce the vigor and productiveness of grain crops are using  seed (1) from a crop grown on an  impoverished field; (2) frorc a crop  grown on a soil that tends to produce an excessive growth of straw  jarith a sn all amount of grain; (3)  from a crop ^hat has suffered from  a wet spring; (4) from a crop that  |odged badly before maturing; or  £5) from a thickly seeded field ou  which the straw is fine, weak and  spindled- The weaknesses that are  brought about by such unfavorable  conditions through the seed to the  pext crop just as surely as theweaic  , points in poultry are transmitted  through the egg to the chick.  The idea that seed is better when  introduced from a distant locality is  (quite contrary to lim most reliable  ■■';; evidence, It is quite true that  many of our best varieties of grain  have been imported from European  and Asiatic countries, but it should  fce remembered that in most cases  it is not until Jhey became acclima-  ized that they showed their superiority. Seed imported from England generally produces well the  first year when sown on the experimental farm at Agassiz, B. C,  irbijegn the jn}and experimental  farms the results are usually disappointing the first two years, or un-  tjl fhe variety has become acclimatized; the climate along the Pacific-  coast is not very unlike ffaat England. Extensive experiments have  f*en conducted at the Missouri experiment statign to determine the  effects of changing- seed from one  locality ?p another. Seed was pt:  cured each, yejj£ from various experiment Stations jn, the United  States ajid from the Ontario agricultural college. The results of  many trials point to the conclusion  fbat home grown seed js the most  reliable gild that ^eatn-.giit piani  fata its infjuence more readily than  climate.  J0 aa caceptionaljy fayprable sea  •on seed imported fpm a distance  and sown under djffefent condition.  <Df soil and climate may dp as well  , ||  home  grown  seed of the same  variety, but it is more likely to sue  cumb to an unfavorable season than'  seed   that   has   been grown in the  locality a number of years.    If the  conditions .on a 'farm are not favorable to the vigorous growth of grain  crops the seed from the crop produced on th?  farm, if taken in the  ordinary way, from general crop,  will become less productive each,  year, until it reaches a certain limit.  Again, if the conditions pf the soil  are   favorable   for   growing  large  fields of grain of good quality but  the crop becomes injured by wet or  being badly lodged, the seed  from  such a crop may be reduced in vigor to an extent that it will not be  able to Oi-grcoaie for two  or three  years.    Under such circumstances  better results  could  reasonably be  looked for by securing seed  from a  crop that has been grown under the  most favorable  conditions throughout, and which has been very vigorous   and   productive    for   some  years previous, if   the   changes in  climatic conditions are not too great.  In   getting   a fresh straiti of seed,  it is highly important to get a variety that is well   suited  to the particular soil on the farm  where it is  to be used; if such can  be obtained  it   is   very   often   wise to make a  change of seed, provided   that  the  fresh   seed   has   for  several years  previous had better care  and selection  than  that which is being discarded .  For first class Tonsorial  work go to McClellan's  Cigars, loftco, Pipes, Eld  Try the New Clarar " PURITANOS."  FOR   SAE~  Ten   choice   milk  cows, pick oi  fourteen. Also ons registered Shorthorn bull, calved April 8th, iyoo.  W. H. LADNER,  I.ADNER,  B, C.  Windsor Hotel  Corner Columbia & Begbic, Sts.  NKW WESTMINSTER  Sample rooms for coin nierclfll travelers, Cen  trally situated in business portion of the city  Accommodation and attendance first clans. Con  venleilt to tramway terminus and Cl'K depot  and steamboats. Kates $1, $1.25 and $1,50,  A. VACHON,       ....      l'roprietor  TAILORING  CJothes Altered, Cleaned and Repaired.  Parcels left at Walker's or W. L. Mcllride's store  will be called for on Monday and returned on  Saturday. O.  W.WALKER,  HOTEL LELAND . . ,.  Jt. Dowiwell, Prop Vancouver, B. C  One block from C. P. R. Depot and Steamboat  wharves. Newly renovated and to-modelled.  Rate*, (1.50 to (2 per day.  Cor. OranvtUc and H«stinit-iSta.    •    -   •   Tel. 14.  Surrey Hotel,  SOUTH WKSTMINSTER, B. C.  firs. K. George, Proprietress.  Newly furuUhcd throughout.   Firut class „ccom  mod at km.   Choice liquor, and cigars.  Good Ktabllug in attendance.  TENDERS  Tenders will be received by the  Detla Municipal Council, up till  noon, November 12th, foi the purchase of $5,000 Dyking Bonds. For  particulars apply to the undersigned.  N. A. McDIARMII),  Ladner, Oct. 2^ 1002. C.M.C.  We have just received a new  lot of Ledgers, Journals, Cash  Books, etc., made up in many  different kinds of rulings. If you  want a new one it will pay you to  see them. Special ruled books  made to order.  Mackay __Southon  Booksellers, .Stationers, Etc.  '"liimhia street,   -   MiW W].;sT.MIN»TKR,B.C.  oration of Delta  =*  DELTA DYKING AND DRAINAGE SCHEME 1892 BYLAW NO. 3,  A By-law to provide .for preserving, maintaining, repairing and Keeping certa tn Dyking and Drainage Worka con-  strucled under and by virtue of the 0:9 visions of the "Delta Dyking arid jprainage By-Law, No. 1, 1892" of the Municipality 0/  Delta. ,r'  Whereas under the said "Delta Dyking and Drainage Iiy-T.aw, 1R92," certain drainage and dyking worka therein m«n-  tloned were and are fully made and completed and are now being operated in the said Municipality;  And, whereas, under and by virtue of Section 2(il of the "Municipal Act, 1897," it Is provided that after such works  are fully made and completed »U3 afores aid, it shall be the duty of the a_d Mu nicipality making auch worka to preserve,  maintain, and keep in repajr, the dame at the expense ofthe lots, parts of lots, and roads, aa the caae may be, as agreed  upon, and shown in ihe By-law when finally passed. '  And, whereas, under and by virtue of Section 2(13 of the "Municipal. Act, 1897," the Council may pass a By-law to borrow upon debentures of the said Municipality .(he funds necessary for the repairs and work required by said Section  201, and shall assess and levy upon the property benefited as a special rate sufficient for the payment of the principal  and Interest of the debentures.  And, whereas, it Is expedient and ne cessary to preserve, maintain, repair, ao,d keep In repair the said works at th»  expense of the lots and parts of lots bene fMed thereby, and the sum of   Three Thousand Two Hundred ($3,200)   Dollars la necea  sary and Is required therefor;  Be it therefore enacted by the. said Municipal Council of the Corporation of Delta, pursuant to the provisions of the  "Municipal Act, 1897," and amended Acts,   as follows;  1. That the Reeve of the said Dlstri ct Municipality may borrow on the ere dlt of the said Corporation of Delta the  sumof three thousand two liuii(]rcd($3,Mu)dolsars being the funds necessary for the said works, and may Issue debentures of the  said Corporation to that amount, Jn Aims Cf not less than $100.00 each, and payable within ten years from the date  thereof, wttji inisrest at the rate of 6 p er cent, par annum, that is to say in to n equal annual payments, the first of  which shall be due'and payable on the day of October, 1903, and all such debentures to be payable at the Bank of  Montreal, New Westminster, Province of  British Columbia, and to have attached   to them.cqiipons for the payment of ln-  2. For the purpose of paying the sum of three thousand two hundred ($3,2oo)dollars, being the amount to be charged against  the said lands benefited, and which said lands numbered in Schedule A to this by-law andwhich ari the lauds numbered and described in  tlie by-law known as the "Delta  Dyke and Drain by-law r-'o. 1, 1892, of t'ie Mu nicipality of Delta," and to cover interest thereon for f'e.n years at the rate  of five per centum per annum, the foil owing special rates, over and above all 0 ther rates, shall be assessed and levied  in the. same manner and at the same time as taxes are levied upon the undermentioned lots and part of lots, and  which are the land? mentioned and described in the schedule of assessment in the said "Delta Dyke and Drain By-law.  jg-a, of the Municipality of Delta," and the amount of the said special rates and interest assessed against each lot or part  of lot, respectively, shall be divided into ten equal parts, and one such part shall be assessed and levied as  aforesaid  in each year for      ten       j ears after the final passage of thU By-law;' during which the said debentures have  to run.  SCHEDULE "A."  Schedule of assessment on certain Iand9    in    Townships    3    and    4  land reclamation and drainage works fo r benefit  to  said  Townships:  for    preserving, maintaining and keeping in repair,  Nominal Owner of Property  Group  or  township  Section, Quarter Section or  part  of Quarter Section  No  of  Acres  Asbury,  William   Brown,   Chris   Brown,   Chris   Coulthard,  F.  J   Coulthard, F. J   Deamer, Thos   Everett. Lyman   Embree,   L.   W   Embree, George   Embree, George   Ford, II. J   Holmes,   .1   Huff,   Seymour   Killson,   R.   E   Kittson. R. B   Lome  Estate   Lome  Estate   Lome   Estate   Laws, M. Q   Mar.ee.  Alex   Morgan, II. R. L   Morgan, H. R. L   MoKee,  D.  A   McKee, D. A   McKee, L\ A   MoK.ee,  John   MoKee,   Robert   McKee.   Est.   J   Paterson, T. W   Paterson. T. W   Paterson, T. W   Robinson,  J   Peck,   James   Peppenberger,  J   Robertson.   Thos   Robertson,  Thomas..  Robertson.   Thos   Smith.   Mrs.   S.   L   Smith, Est.  S.  L   Smith, Est.  S.  L   Smithe,  Wm   Tavlor,  A.   DeR   Taylor,  A.   DeR   Taylor,   A.   DeR.   Tasker, Wm   Thompson.   S   Wadhams, Est. A. E..  Wadhams. Est. A. E..  Williams, R. T   Williams, R. T   Williams, R. T   Wilson.  Thos   Weaver,  John   11.  pt N. E. 1-4 Sec. 35   IS. 1-2 S. W. 1-4 Sec. 11....  IN. E. 1-4 Sec. 34   IN. W. pt N. E. 1-4 Sec. 27.  IN. pt S.  E. 1-4 Sec. 3,4....  |E. pt. N. W. 1-4 Sec. 28.'...  IN. 1-2 N. W. 1-4 Sec. 34....  IN.  W.   1-4  Sec.   35   Pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 35   |N. pt. S. E. 1-4 Sec. 35...;  IS 1-2 N. W. 1-4 Sec. 34....  IS. pt. N. E. 1-4 Sec. 4   N. W. 1-4 Sec. 33   IS. W. 1-4 Sec. 33   IS. 1-2 S. E. 1-4 Sec. 10....  S; 1-2 Sec. S   |S. 1-2 Sec. 9   IS.  W.  1-4 Sec.  10   IS 1-2 S. W. 1-4 Sec.  IS. W. 1-4 See. 3.  IS. pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 1 (pt Lot 243)  S. pt. N. E. 1-4 Sec. 1 (pt Lot 213).  W. nt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 80   S. E. 1-4 See. '.'   S.   E. 1-4 Sec.  3   N. E. 1-4 Sec. 3....    '   S. E. 1-4 Sec. 4 ' ...  N. W. 1-4 Sec. 3   N.  W. 1-4  Sec.  29   S 1-2 Sec. 32   S 1-2 See. 33   Pt.  N.  E. 1-4 Sec. 28   S 1-2 S. W. 1-4 Sec. 31   Pt N.  E. 1-4 Sec.  4..   W. pt N. E. 1-4 Sec. 2   E. pt N. W. 1-4 See 2   N. pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 2   N 1-2 N. E. 1-4  Sec. 29   S 1-2  N.   E.  1-4  See* 29   Pt S. E. 1-4 Sec. 29.   N. 1-2 S. W. 1-4 Sec. 34   W. 1-2 N.. E'. 1-4 Sec 32   E. 1-2 N. E. 1-4 Sec. 32   W. pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 4   Pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 29   W. pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 2   N. pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 27   N. W. 1-4 See. 32   N. W. 1-4 See. 4   N. 1-2 Sec. 5   S. 1-2 Sec. 5   E.  pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 4   S. W.  1-4 Sec. 2   Totals   1C0  9  150  40  SO  100  88  13  SO  100  1G0  100  SO  320  320  100  80  160  SO  80  104  160  100  160  160  160  160  320  "320  104  80  60  4  SO  80  20  SO  SO  SO  42  54  80  64  160  160  320  321)  118  156  value  of improvements  > "141745 T  7.18 I  111.SO  7.20 I  140.00  34.40  (12.35  127.90  71.80  6.65 I  62.35  22.50  107.C7  107.68  I      16.00  I        4.35  4.35  1        2.15  7.17  I      83,251  to cover      Total  interest I Specia'  for 10 yrs |   assess-  at 5 tier c I      ment.  ~~$~«!>5l"iri92.50 I $   19.25  annual  asuesmnt  for each  year for  10   yram  J  2.62  37i-20 I  ■2;30 I  47.00 I  11.60 I  20.65.|  42.60 1  24.20 I  2.3ri I  20.65  7.50  35.83  35.82  5.50  1.65 1  1.65  85  2.53  27.75 I  1.50 |  50  3.00  1.00  90.25  30.25  135.20  44.80  70.85  £5.35  41.80  11.20  71.60  24.40  41.80  14.20  139.75  4A.75  262.25  87.25  284.25  94.75  85.90  28.00  71.12  23.88  •9.80  149.00  9.50  ■187.00  46-00.  .8_)0  170.50  96.00  9.00 I'  83.00 I  30.00 1  143.50 I  143.50 I  21.50  6.00 I  6.00 I  3.00 I  9.70  111.00 I  2.00 1  4.00 I  120.50 I  180.00 I  102.50 I  56.00 I  96.00 I  56.00  186.50  349.50  379.00  114.50  95.00  2.40  1.10  3.50  |       12.55  4.45  17.00  19.10  6.40  25.50  1.45  55  2.00 |  69.88  23.42  93.30  69.87  23.33  93.20 I  15.50  5.50  21.00  71.13  23.87  95.00  43.70  14.80  58.50  43.70  14.80  58 511  18.80  6.70  25.50  43.65  14.85  5S.50  14.40  5.10  19.50  48.30  16.20  64 50  80.75  26.75  107.50  17.90  6.10  24.00  17.90  6.10  24 no  35.75  12.25  48.00  52.85  17.05  70.50  83.95  28.05  112.00  $3200.00  $1072.50  $4272.50 |  14.90  95  18.70  ,4 6v  8.30  17.05  9.60  .JtO  8.30  3.00  14.35  14.35  2.15  &  60  30  11.10  12.05  18.00  10.35  5.110  9.60  6.60  18.65  34.95  37.»  11.45  9.50  35  170  2.55  2)>  9.83  9 31  2.JB  9.50  5.85  R «.  2.55  5.S5  1.95  6.15  10.75  2.*  2.40  4.80  7.05  11.B0  ". That this By-law shall bo publls hed in the "Delta News" newspaper on ce every week for four consecutive weeks  before the final passing thereof,' and shall come Into operation and take effect seven days from the date of Its flnajl  adoption by the Council.  4    This By-law mav bo cited for all purposes as the "Delta Dyking and Drainage Scheme,  iftja,«/-_tw, No. 3.  Provisionally adopted  by the Council on the 12th day of July, 1902.  N.  A. McDIARMID. Clerk Municipal  Council.  WM.  H.  LADNER., Reeve.  Rosea.   Rhododendrons,   AjJallW,   shade   Trees.  Small Fruits.  Greenhouse and bedding out fct'.'H, at less than  east.ru or foreign prirW.  Clean certilicate from the iiispecL,.'. 4  Garden, Weld, and Mower Set...   Kach v.irict/  tested as to vitality, and at tV 1   i.'Icjs.  Veriilizers,   Use  Supplies,   Ajji'tyajtural  Imp!-  meiits, &c.  New catalogue tells you all about it.   Call unci  examine our »to_ and get u,ir list or send  for it: it will save you money.  Address  M.  J.   HENRY,  f  •j> Men's Flannelette Night Shirts  t 50, 60, 75 cents and $i  3000 Westminster Road  Vancouver, n. C.  LADNBR. B. C.  W.   ALEXANDER, PROP.  L,ivery rigs  and  saddle  horses for  hire.     Horses Ixmght a<id sold  011 commission,  '^eauiiiigdom; on short notice.  Po Clark  Ges&rztl BIsKUvsmlih  Ladner, B. C.  First class  class work  Korseshoing  a specialty.  •».-».-»._■».■«.-».•»"«►-» ■»■«.»%. *v_«<t^%.___  Boy's Flannelette Night Shirts, 65 cents  Men's Pyjamas $1.50, 2.oo, 2,50 and 3.00  }        J. E. PHILLIPS  i.      709-711 Columbia Street    ;-;     New Westminster,  _tjp©   S§St®@M  The Magic Animal Spice and the 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.    Eggs guaranteed in winter.  FVRSM-EAT  MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE, LADNER.  We hkve more Gum Boots in stock than any other store in the city  In order to reduce our stock we well Sell for HO Days  Men's Snag Proof Gum Spots at $5 and $5.5Q.  Regular Pries $S.7S and f 6.2S  We also li.mye large sizes in Hip Boots that we are selling at $4.50.  W. aSSNCLAIR,  llttf  ♦+<M«t*4-*f + H-H-4-r-f *f-H* ♦++*++i+-T~fr+++4-f++.iyH..f.j  the Delta Hews, $LQq ''. ■'■->  THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, NOV^BER S,   190-:  Jpp Many Churches.  interviewed in Montreal recently  JBLev. A. \J. Rowland, the leader of.  Jhe delegation sent  to  Canada by  the Congregational Church of England said:  "What our tour of investigation  ,has shown us especially is that the  smaller cities, towns ;and villages  ■(throughout Canada are altogether  overcrowded with churches. It is  difficult to understand why every  sect and denomination should con  sider it absolutely necessary to _e.t  in every place that bas any kind of  population without thoroughly re  alizing whether the congregation  that can be secured will be sufficient  fto support it.'4  Delta Transfer Stable  LADNER, B.C.  SINGLE AND DOUBLE.RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES  ON SHORT NOTICE  Team Work Done at Specially Low Prices.  Bargains.  Almost,every week we get good  jeeoud hand pianos  and organs in  exchange for our "new art series "  jBell pianos with the orchestral at  tachments, bushed tuning pins and  illimitable grand repeating actions.  Most of these instruments are prac  tically as good as new.  A few sample prices:  One Mason  & Risen piano only $200; one Do-  .miriion piano only $125; one Estey.  organ 11 stop;5, only #48; one  (Dougherty organ 9 stops, only $37;  jptie Dominion organ 11 stops, only  $50; one Dougherty original price  ,$2501, very heavy walnut case, extra'heavy solid walnut carvings,  (large heavy-pUite inirror 13 stops,  /Drily j$k>o.   Terms on jiny of the1  abqn ftrtp!<f5 a mp.n£h if desired  ^..tW.  •fyfaatelins,   Bargain Pianoi  and Organ Wareruoms, 410 Hastings streeuver.  Wat son--Wadhams.  A pretty wedding was celebrated  yesterday afternoon (Friday, Oct.  j ist) at the residence of A. H.  •Mitchell, corner of Yates street and  Fernwood. road, when John R.i  •Watson, canneryman of Ladner,  ,was married to Miss. Laura L. Wadhams, of Vancouver, and daughter  fit the late _. A_. Wadhams, Esq.,  ,of Esquimalt road. The ceremony.  ,was performed jby the Rev. W. Leslie Clay, in Ahe presence of a _u_-,  ber of friends t!" the contracting  /parties. Both Mr. and Mrs. Wat-'  jon spent their school days in Vic-  tori?, but for.so;ne years past have  resided Jon the mainland. ' They  ieft the same evening by the City or  JPuebla on an extended bridal tour,  which will include California and  Honolulu. On their return they  will take up their residence'in Vancouver.      Municipality Law Suit.  'The case of Delta Municipality  Y*. J. A. _6T Wilson, M.D., will  ■come up for hearing in the supreme  court at Vancouver, on Thursday,  -November 13th. This action is  brought about to recover arrears in,  the dyking tax, which defendant  claims that the first intentention of  the scheme has not been carrier'  oot, changes being made in the original scheme, which damaged hi':  property by overflow ,of water fron  the lands above.  For Saj,k»—;Qne jlgerring Seine  in good condition. £pplj at Thi?  ^rws office,. .  JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor;.  Telephone "I/ad_er" No. 10.  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B. C—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  B. WILBBRG & CO.  NEW WK8T1NSTKR,  B.C.  r. o. box C61.  ■H_e  The Onlv Genuine  Orchestral Afcchmeftt  Beware of the claim of disappointed dealers who tell you • that they  can give you n "Banjo Attachment- or " instrumental attachment" or  something else which they endeavor to make you believe is just as food  as the " Bell Orchestral Attachment." There is nothing else as good.  The same being protected by letters patent.  Also place no confidence in the man who tells yo.tt,he ".can-supply  you with a Bell Piano or Organ " at a price which is less than the cost  of manufacture. He does this for the purpose, of belittling Pianos and  Organs that he knows he cannot get.  Binder Twin®, Baling Wire  Baling Ties  Cheapest and Best  NHW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  Auction Sale  -OF-  li  In the Delta Municipality  and Lots in the Village  of Ladner.  Hr. H. N. Rich will sell by Auction at the Town Mali, Ladner,  SATURDAY, NOV. 29th  850 AGUES DELTA LAKDS  now known as the "Imperial Farm," s'tuate  iu Township 5, New Westminster District,  described ns north east quarter of Section 10;  south west quarter of Section t-j,, north half of  south east quarter of Section 15; the north half  of south west quarter of Section 1 j>; north half  of Secrion 15; timber lots 3 and 4-Section 15;  south portion of Section 22, an island, in tho  Fraser River close to Ladner, known as Lot 452;  and 6 lots with residence in the town of Ladner.  TIIK ABOVH FARM LANDS will be offered in  lots to suit those desiriiig-nrge or small holdings aud will Jje sold on the following terms if  desired:- 20 per cent cash and balance on mortgage at five per cent, per annum with five per  cent, of principal payable annually.  f-HKSK LANDS AKK DRAINED AND FKNCFD  in a good state of cultivation aud have abundant supply ofgood water, and to parties requiring Grain, Dairy or Stock Farms, presents an  opportunity rarely to be met with to acquire  first class properties on such favorable terms,  aud are offered for sale, lo close up the estate of  theJate Mr.' Thos. McNeely. ;'.  FULL PARTICULARS and plans may be  obtained from the Auctioneer, Ladner U, 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—tthe reservoir is removable.  It is self cleanig.  THIS LAMP IS FULLY GUARANTEED  J. K. INSLEV, Prop.  R«tps, -$Xi50 and $2.00 per flay,  Sp£cj_ attention given   to Commercial  Travellers.  Cor. McKcnzie and CIark*on Sts.  New Westminster, B. C  HICK'S HOTEL  LADNER, B. C.  P. SHIRLEY, Proprietor.  Conveniently   situated   and  first class in every particular  BEST CUISINE SERVICE  •*<«<.»;«.»..j»....j**..jm.,j,....j(.mj,.^,j..#.,j..  I lit IB ii MIERS  1  t  I  J. HENLEY   f  _» _»_  T  A   NKW WESTMINSTER,    :-:   B. C.  ♦♦♦ Manufacturers of all kinds ol  ♦,♦ Soda Water, Ginger  $    Ale and Summer  X Drinks.  £       Your patronage solicited  .•.^.*.»..<^J...^;,^.»J,.e.,JM#^.,.,.,«4.,>,j,<^..,  T  f  t  ■*;•  f  V  ♦  New Art Series of Bell Pian#  With the Orchestral Attachment and Practice Cleaver.  j  Bell   Pianos are made and warranted by the  largest makers of Pianoi in  Canada,  Hell Pianos are warranted ten y*ars  Bell Pianos attach_MM>t double piano's life  Bell Pianos enable you to imitate the Harp  Bell Pianos produce the tones of the Zither  H#ll Pianos enable you to practice without an  noyaute to others.  Bell Pianos stimulate the efforts of learners by  their great variety of tones  Bell Pianos give you, if wanted, the tones and  effects ofthe old Dulcimer.  Bell Pianos imitate the Mandolin to perfection.  Bell Pianos render the tones of the Gttltor  Bell Pianos give you Banjo tones  for jigs pud  dance music  Bell Pianos produce the tones ol  the Autoharp  Bell Pianos pleases Auld Scotia's Sous by inula  ting the bagpipe  Bell Pianos render martial airsiniiuita  ou of  Fife and Drum Corps  Bell Pianos imitate the tones of the bugle, near  or far away  Bell Pianos enable the player to   perfecty imi.  tateaChime of Bells  Bell Pianos gi?_ tones ofthe Aeolian Harp  Bell Pianos hnve  patented double spring pedals  _o made that they never squeak or break  Bell Pianos have genuine   hand-carved   oina  mentations  AUCTION SALE  -OF-  TO  GIVE SATISFACTION OR MONEY  REFUNDED.  Approved by Canadian Fire Underwriters' Association. On view  and for sale at the Drug Store.  F. J. MacKenzie.  DO YOU NEUD  HARNESS  If so place your order early  md avoid the spring rush  Everything tn Harness  -and Saddlery at  Moderate Prices.  h. Mcdowell,  LADNER, B. C,  •1 will sell by auction at the Town  Hall, Ladner, on Saturday 29th,  November, immediately after the  sale of the McNeely Estate properties. Timber Lot No. 1, in Section  15, Delta Munibipality, Now Westminster District.  H. N. RICH,  Auctioneer  BELL PIANOS are the only Piano made with  the Illimitable Double  Repeating Action.  BELL PIANOS have the Full Metal Plates with Bushed Tuning Pini.  A One Cent Postal Card may save you  One Hundred Dollars  New catalogues just issued showing new designs of .beautiful caaei  in  choice Mahogany. Walnut and other fancy-woods.  Send for one and get our reduced 1903 prices.  W. W. MONTELIUS  Manufacturers  Occlusive Agency in B. C.  410 Hastings, Street, VANCOUVER.  Notick.—We do not sell our customers notes.  FOR SALE.  A first class Doherty Piano Cased  Organ, stands six feet two inches and  ofthe 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  Delta News or  J. M. Coi.i.tNSOK,  Ladner, B.C.  Clarington Hotel  South Westminster, B C  Strictly first class accommodation,   c.ood .stabling.   Careful attention (riven to horses.  J. WISE, Prop  G. f. Bate  EI  Ladner, B. C.  Agent for  TON'S  A full stock of Buggies, Carriage! always on  hand.   Repairing of all descriptions.  f  W.   N.   DRAPBR,  provincial land sukukyo*.  Roqm 2. SUard Bloek, N'e,w Westminster, B.C.  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers;  Insure your Stocks, Hotuea asfS  Barns in the A.\\_,o-AttRicAW an d  Equity Firf Insurance Oq#ah-  iks. We are not in th£;Inraraofe  Trust, and can positively save y»jB  money.    Gall.or,write for rate*.  A. W. MoJjeoo,  DISTRICT AGENT.  Office: Burr Block, Columbia «treef;  'Phone 62.       New Westminster  • •••Oe9e«e*«_>*e*«»fie9* •••«*»••••••_••••••••••  I Pie ii i li l li:-: 1  The Delta News  One Dollar a Year  1 J.OIIN SIMPSON,  Proprietor.  8  ^ Refitted throughout with New Horser-, New Buggies  _  Good saddle Horses ahvay on hand.  •        and Hacks  i  ^  Lowest Rates  g,   juuh«i j.v_Lto. -        •    - elephone No. 13.    1  $ • THE DEIiLA NEWS, SATUJRJ1A.Y, NOVEMBER 8, 19015.  LOCAL   NEWS.  The first snow of  on Thursday.  the season fell  Rev. E. Manuel, ot lihurne, was  visiting in Ladner this week.  Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hutcherson  returned home from Victoria last  Saturday evening.  Mrs. John Mackenzie and Margaret Mackenzie were visiting in  Vancouver this week.  The Canadian Order of Foresters  ■Drill have a masquerade ball In the  >$own hall on Friday, 28th.  Miss Tena McGregor who left  JLadner a few weeks ago is now at  Rockcreek in the Boundry district.  Mrs. J. Kirkland and H.J. Kirkland, who have been visiting with  Mr. Norris, J.P., at Midway, returned home this week.  W. Mclntyre has leased tbe farm  of S. Ramage; of Gulfside. Mr.  Ramage will leave for the Northwest and Manitoba shortly.  J. C. Wade, agent for the Canadian and American Page Wire Co's.,  is now prepared to receive contracts  fjor wire fencing. Mr. Wade has  spent several years in this business  and parties giving contracts will  have-first class work done.  AUCTION SALE  34 Acres ol Land  Mr. H.N. Rich has received instructions from Mr. W. H. Leaiy,  to sell by Auction at Town Hall,  LADNER on SATURDAY, NO  VEMBER 29th :  The North Part of Lot 102,  Group II, NEW WESTMINSTER  DISTRICT, containing 34 acres.  This is a chance to obtain a small  holding at a low figure—one-half  the property is in good condition  for crop and the balance can be  easily cleared and drained.  HIM  Watchmaker  and Jeweler  LADNER, B. C.  AUCTION BALE  OF  ABOUT  IP  In the Delta Municipality  and Lots in the Village  of Ladner.  rir. H. N. Rich will sell by Auction at the Town Hall, Ladner,  SATURDAY, NOV. 29th  850 ACRES DELTA LANDS  now known aa tlie "Imperial Farm," B'tUftte  in Twwusbip .v. New Westminster District,  described as north east quarter of Section 10;  south west quarter of Section 15, north half of  south cast quarter of Section ir,-t the north half  of south west quarter oi' Section 15; north half  of Seer Ion 15; Umber 'ots 3 and 4 Section 15;  south portion of Section a_, an island in thu  Fraser River close to Ladner, known r:» Lot 452";  and 6 lots with residence in the town of i.adner.  Tint A130V1J FARM I,ANUS will be offered in  lots to suit those desiring l^rge or smalt hold*  iiu'.s aud will be sold on the following terms if  desired: jo per cent cash aud balance on mortgage at five per cent, per annum with live per  cent, of principal payable annually.  TliKSK LANDS AK1\ DRAINED ANDFKNCKD  in a good state of cultivation and have abundant supply of good water, and to parlies requiring Grain, Dairy or Stock Farms, presents an  opportunity rarely to he 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. McKccLv.  BOOTS  &.  SHOES  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.    •  Sweet Cider  PURE  iMvill sell bv Auction ou the Wharf  at LADNER on  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER  1.5th,  at 3 o'clock, for account of whom it  may   concern,   to   defray  accrued  wharfage and storage chages, about  IS TONS 01- BALED HAY  now stored on the wharf as above.  Terms cash.  H. N. RICH,  Auctioneer.  HTI.I.  l'AKTlCI.'I.ARS  mid  pt:u  tallied from Ihe Auvlio;iei.r, _._  mny T>.':  r, ii. C.  MAPLE  SYRUP  New Shipment of  CITY BAKERY  DO YOU NEED  HARNESS  If so place your order early  and avoid th  spring rush  FOR  BARGAINvS  IN    THKSR    GOODS  CALL ON  DRYGOODS  GENT'S  FURNISHINGS  W. L McBRIDE  PORT GUICHON, B. C.  'Phone 5  ©"  ©  e  $GROCERIES  CHOICE  COME  ANP INSPECT  THESE GOODS  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  BEST  BRANDS OF<  FLOUR  ©•••©•••©•©••••♦••©♦©••••••••••••••••••©•©•a  A NEW EINE OF  EADIES',BEOUSES        SADIES SAIEORS  EADIES SKIRTS EADIES WHITE UNDERWEAR •:  AND STAPLE DRYGOODS  FRESH x GROCERIES :-: EVERY :-: WEEK t  !*  I  i  *  A  -AT-  fj. J. lyukberson's  ir<  iC  «?. _-.  ing  WADE,  and American  Page Wire Fencing.  Contracts    taken    to    construct  fences.    Work done  in  first  class  manner.  Agent for Canadian  orses  Vehicles  -AND-  >al-  i_  §tock in trade of the  ace Livery Stables, L:  ner, comprising:  H Horses which include 2 team of  draught borses,  about 2800 lbs  each team; a team of genei ,.i pur  pose  horses,   about  2400 ibs. ;a  black mare in foal by ColLquoy;  :;iover;  i-year  .v jolt.  THE AUER  GASOLENE LAMPS  give* iQo>cau<_e power for each  burner at half the cost of oil,  acetylene or incadesceut electric  light. It is the only lamp which  dues not have to be taken down  to fill—tbe reservoir is removable.  It is self cleanig.  THIS LAMP IR KUl.TiV  GUARANTEED  Everything in Harness  and Saddlery at  Moderate Prioes.  11. Mcdowell,  LADNER, B. C,  5FACTI0N  OR   MONEY  REFUNDED.  a grey buggy horse, fine  1   sorrel  buggy   horse; 1  old bay colt;, 1 2-year oldb  4 Buggies, 1 2; seated open rig; 1  3-seatcd open rig; 1 surrey; 1  double sleigh; 2 single ski.,_s; 1  set boh sleighs; 2 4-inch tire  wagons.; 1 3-inch tire vvag<>n;. 3  sets heavy double team, Imrness;  3 sets double driving harness; 6  sets single buggy harness, lap  robes, halters, rugs, etje.  One Sulky Mow, 1 iy-inch  breaking plow, 1 scraper, \vlieelbarrow,  whips, lanterns, and a useful as- j  sortment of miscellaneous effects. 1  % hajre received instructions from1  Mr. John Simpnon, who is giving  up the livery business, to sell by  auction on the.premises as above,.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd  at one,-o'clock.  The auctioneer  calls (special  attention to   this   salo.    The  horses  will be found young, active and  in  good   order.       The   vehicles   are  strong, many, of ther.i home manufacture   and   have   had little use.  Terms cash.  H-, N. RICH,  Auctioneer.  Note,—The livery stable and lots  wiHb<r^^-°rS°icL  Approved by Canadian Fire Underwriters' Association. On view  and lor sale at the Drug Store.  F. J. MacKenzie.  ©»©•©•©•_ »©o©» ©•_•©•©•  to  5 i  m^  {ROBERT- MAY j  j     Ladner,    -    B. C.    '  [Groceries  1    »—  TINSflMTHiNQ  and RBPA?R!NQ'  Heaters lined and stoves set up.  Agcut lor  The   Curacy  Foundry   Coy's.  Oxford Stoves and Rouges.  The best on the martet.  MARSHALL SMITH  !***,__*?*r»_^  Bootsi  ____»%»*_»»i»%ifc%%»»%»%<i  •©«_•_•©••«•«_•©••••••  * .NEW    LINE    JUST   ARRIVED £  §The Latest in Ladies Hats, Children's Hood's, etc J  • Don't miss this opportunity to see and purchase these goods        •  • A  SPECIAL  LINK  9  lUl3   •  OF  Fine Nobby Boy's Suits of the Best Quality     .  lifflliMWS'Mt,      v.-      UHLli  •lllllUllUli-IF. .J    UlllUUUUU  1/IU.IU, .. —- -   - ,  ©•©••• _ »©•©•©•©•©• • •©• •£?*>.'»•©•©«©•••••••••©••,  INSURE YOUR PROPERTY   wither-   7arl & Com  New Westminster, B. <ST«  Tha LeaUng Insurance  "   Mon®y to Loan.  We have more Gum Boots iu stock than any other store in the city  In order to reduce our stock we well Sell for 3D Days  Men's Snag Proof Bum Spots at $5 and $5,50  R.gul.r Pries S5.7S and »6,_  We also, have 1«jif_« sizes in Hip Boots that w« are selling; at $4.50.  W. E. SINCLAIR, Ml  'agio Spice*  The Magic Animal Spice and the Magic Poultry Spice made by th*  Magic Spice Co., Vancouver, are composed of the very best vegetable  drugs known. They give genuine satisfaction in building up hor»e»  ai:d cattle, a^sl producing milk.   Eggs guaranteed in winter.  FOR SALE AT  MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE, LADNER.  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Claxk.  First class work.     , Your patronage solicited.  W. H. TAYLOB,     -     -    PROP.  * Men's Flannelette Night Shirts  t 50, 6©, 75 cents and $1  f  f  f  t  t  Boy's Flannelette Night Shirts, 65 cents  Men's Pyjamas $1,50, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.00  J. E. PHILLIPS  709-711 Columbia Street   ;-;     New Westminster,


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