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 • v ..        _., :  I rib  3g»_g__g_H  Y«_ I. iN»  35.  ,-__ gt— .Trfr.1"."'!'!.!"1  .!!-.,        ...—■'■ .—  LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY,   OCTOBER 18, 1902.  $1.00 « y«»  I  pelta   District   Captures  Jthe Prises in the  Stock Class.  Following are a list of the prizes  .winners in the Delta at the exhibition held in Victoria last week. The  .exhibitors frpm this section practically took everything in the stock  line. There is no doubt but that  the stock from the Delta is superior  to our neighboring districts as at  all the shows where exhibited they  (captured firat prize.  Unable to get list of butter, eggs,  jetc, but Delta would not be behind.  Frank Kirkland of Westham Island was jviecjed a director from the  Pelta district.  In th« judging of cattle occurred a difference ,of opinion among  .the eastern judges. In the clasp of  jShortborn cows the two judges differed. Mr. Anderson favored as-  jjigning ,the first prize Jo a young-  <jow owned by J Tamboiine of Westham island, and Mr. Gardhouse  favored a large cow owned by W  H Ladner. The matter was referred to the remaining eastern judges  when two of them agreed with Mr.  .Gardhouse, while- the "other one  supported Mr. Anderson in his contention. The two original judges  then explained the reasons for their  arriving at the conclusions which  they did. This in itself was highly  ■ducative, as both men may be regarded as experts. Mr. Anderson  laid particular stress upon the  strong back which was evidenced  in the cow of his along fb.e side  from hip bone to behind the shoulder. In this he claimed she showed  her excellence as a beef cow, as it  was from here that the dearest cuts  pf meat were taken. On tbe other  hand Mr. Gardhouse held that the  cows were being judged not from  {he standpoint of the butcher, but  as breeding cows. The cow he  chose was tq his mind well developed for this purpose. Sht had  .wonderful development for chest expansion and her hindquarters were  vastly superior to those of the other  cows., She wilt also in some ways  a deceptive cow with regard to hpr  back, and an examination he held  would show her to be well beefed  in parte where the expensive cuts  were found.  CATTLE.  Shorthorns.—Bull 3 years and up  W irl Ladner 1, J Tambolinez; brill  2 years up, W II Ladner 1; bull 1  year up, W H Ladner 1 j bull caff  qnder. 1 year, W H Ladner 1, F B  Pemberton 2; cow 3 year and up,  W H Ladner 1, J Tamboline 2;  heifer 2 year o,Jd, F B Pemberton 1,  J Tanibptfue 3; heifer yearling, J  Tattbolin© >;, If B Pemberton 3;  fceifer cajf under 1 year, F B Pem.:  berton 2; herd consisting of 1 bull  and 4 females over 1 year, W H  Ladner; bull any age, diploma, W  H Ladner.  Hereford.—In this class the Kirkland estate secured all the prizes.  Polled Angus.—T W Paterson.  The balance all went to the Kirkland estate.  Presented by the Dairymen and  Live Stock Association of British  Columbia (L W Paisley. Chilliwack, secretary)—For best registered bull any breed, $25, W H  Ladner.  Presented by S M Robins, J.~pTj  Nanaimo. For best exhibit of cattle the bona fide property of exhibitor, who must be a resident of the  provinqe $25, W H LadBer.  Presented by Victoria Farmers'  Institute. For best animal in beef  classes, $io, W H Ladner.  HORSES.  Clydesdale, draft.—Stallion three  years and up, H M Vasey 1.  Championship draft horse?).—  Stallion any age H M Vasey 1.  Roadsters.—Stallion 3 years and  up, shown in harness, J Jordan 2.  SHEEP.  Leicesters S-hropsfcires and Lin-  coins, the Kirkland estate majority  of prizes in each class.  AGRICULTURE,  •Barley, chevalier, one bushel,  McNeely estate 1; oats, white, 50  pounds, H M Vasey 1, S -Morley 2-;  oats, new variety, H M Vasey; bale  of hay,- S Morley.  Onions white, 12 each, J Bone 2;  onions yellow and onions red, J,  Bone ist in each; squash, for tfble  use, J Bone 2; pumpkins for table,  J Bone 2; corn, table, H M Vasey  2; lettuce, J Bone 1.  Presented by Hamilton Powder  company—For best 50 pounds of  late potatoes, ist prize winner in  section 477—200 pounds stumping  powder, value $12.   A A Falk.  Apples grown west of North  Bend: Baldwins, J Bone 1; Northern Spy, H M Vases.  Pears—Howell, J Bone 1.  Hll  Honey. Best 20 pounds of comb  honey in sections, in most marketable shape, H M Vasey 2; beft 10  pounds comb honey, in best shape  for • retailing and display, H M  Vasey 2.  Ladies work. Rug for baby carriage, Mrs. Honeyman.  The steamer Transfer was delay  ed several hours on Thursday, ar  riving in Ladner about 10 o'clock  in the evening. Repairs were be-  made to railway bridge at Pitt river  when a freight train went on it at  fast speed, causing it to give way,  the engine and two or three cars  going into the river. No one  was hurt. The steamer went up  and transferred the passengers on  No. 1.       In last weeks issue in the nccount  ofthe stock sa'e at Westminster, it  was stated that F. J. Coulthard was  the purchaser of the fine bull that  was offered, Thos. E. Ladner has  informed us that he was the success  ful bidder.  Another   Proposition    of  Communication For  the Delta.  The Vancouver Province says:  Ladner, that important agricultural  center of the lower Fraser will be  connected with New Westminster  by an electric tram line within two  years.  The British Columbia Electric  Railway company, who intend to  build the line, have already made  application to the government for  running rights over the Warminster bridge, and it is expected that  work on the construction of the line  will be commenced just as soon as  the bridge across the Fraser is open  to traffic.  It would not take more than six  or eight months to build the line,  as there are no grades on the road.  This circumstance would also be a  great factor in favor of the operation of the line, as it would not require nearly so much power as is  required on the company's lines already in operation.  With this line, together with the  direct new trunk road .along the  river bank, which is being built at  the present time, Ladner will have  communications with this commercial center that could scarcely be  improved upon.  The Delta country is at the present time, and has been during the  past few years, one of the most  progressive farming districts in the  province.  LOCAL   NEWS.  J. B. Elliot was up at Vancouver  this week on business.  D. Johnson, reeve of Surrey was  in Ladner on Thursday.  Baud concert with fine program  about the middle of November. See  posters later.  The Excelsior Dramatic Society  will put on a play about the middle  of December.  All the places of business were  closed la Ladner on Thursday, the  residents observing Thanksgiving  Day.   Mrs. Foster and daughter, went  up to Vancouver Monday, returning the next day with Mr. Foster  who had been on a trip to the  neighboring state.  The first meeting of the Degree  of Honor will be he held in Wad-  del's hall on Tuesday evening, October 21st. This is the Ladies Auxiliary to the A. 0. U. W. and was  organized here lately by Superior  Chief, Mrs. Bush of Washington.  The membership is very large both  in Canada and the States.  Mrs. Bates left for Vancouver 011  Tuesday where Mr. Bates is now  employed.  Jas. Nesbitt, wife and family returned Wednesday from a visit to  the Royal City.  I  R. E. and Mrs. Kittson of East  Delta returned the first of the week  from Victoria.  Sam Asbury who has been up  north for some time returned to the  East Delta this week.  Mrs. Smith of Lulu island was  visiting with her daughter, Mrs.  Beadleson the past week.  Capt. Wilberg of the B. C. Cigar  Factory Westminster, spent a few  days in the Delta this week.  A special meeting of the Delta  Agricultural Society was held Wednesday afternoon in the council  chambers.  Mr. and'Mrs. E. Paul of Vancouver and Miss Williams of Victoria  are visiting with Mrs. I. Whitworth  aud family.  Miss Mamie McLellan entertained a number ot her young friends  at her mother's residence on Thursday evening.  Mrs. A, Vachon has now taken  charge of "the dining room at the  Windsor Hotel, New Westminster.  It is to be first olass in every respect.  Several hundred head of sheep  owned by Paul E. Ladner of Wen-  atchee, Wash., which have been at  his father's farm here were disposed  off last .week.  Victoria is free from crook?.   Th  Lewis and Williams incident scared  them   away.   The   ShamrocK   lacrosse team has returned  to  Montreal—Victoria Colonist.  The district has been swarmed  this week with hunters and while  some have been successful in securing good bags others were disappointed. With such a large crowd  and proniiscuous shooting the  pheasants are wild and hard to get.  The dominion cabinet decided on  Thursday that there would be no  holiday on November 9th. A proclamation fixing the celebration of  the king's birthday on May 24th,  will be issued shortly.  F. M. Brooke-Smith, assistant  postmaster at Ladner left for Vancouver on Monday where he will  enter the city hospital, he having  an attack of typhoid fever. His  many friends wish him a speedy  recovery.   There are some complaints being  made to the directors of the reading  room about boys being allowed in  in the room as they are not careful  about the papers and strew them  around the room. If this is continued boys will be prohibited.  This also applies to older ones.  Married at Clover VaJJey  #n Thanksgiving  Day.  A very happy event took place at  the residence ef Duncan MacKenzie  at Clover Valley, Surrey on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, when  Francis J. MacKenzie and Miss  Esther Edge were united in tha  hold bonds of wedlock by the Rev,  Wm. Bell.  The bride looked very pretty  dressed in a fawn traveling suit and  carrying a boquet of white stocks,  hydrangeas and maiden hair ferns.  The bride was attended by Miss  Lilly MacKenzie, while Edward  McKenzie supported the groom,  The house was prettily decorated  with autumn leaves and flowers,  the solemu services being performed  only in the presence of the family  and a few intimate friends.  The ceremony over the party sat  down to a sumptuous dinner after  which the happy couple- took their  departure for Li'.dncr with the bejt  wishes of all.  The wedding presents were costly  and numerous showing the high esteem in which the bride is held.  The grooms present was a handsome gold bracelet set with opal9  and pearls..  The groom is o:ie of Ladner'i  young business men and has a host  of friends wherever known. He is  the youngest son of Duncan MacKenzie of Clover Valley, an old  resident of the province, and who  will shortly celebrate his golden  wedding.  The bride who has been a r«si»  dent of New Westminster for sbv»  eral years is a very popular young  lady, having been connected with  the choir of the Methodist church  and also the Epworth League and  will be greatly missed in church  circles of which tlie was an_activt  member.  Mr. and Mrs. MacKenzie will be  " at home " after November 5th.  The Delta Nsws extends con*  gratulations to the newly married  ccuple.  ■  A large, fine, well developed pr>  tatoe of the Beauty of Hebron type,  weighing three poundg is on exhi^  bition at his office. It was grown  at the farm of A. De R. Taylor on  the Trunk road.  Thanksgiving night was clear  and unclouded and Delta people had  an opportunity of witnessing a rare  celestial phenomenon. For the  first time in several years there waJ  a total eclipse ofthe moon.  Benson's dredge which is dyking  the island opposite Ladner expects  to finish the work in about a week, _  THi, DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER iS, 1902.  ss^HS__RW_r?  THE  DELTA NEWS  BY  RIC.   A.   PHASER.  subscription Price, per year in advance, $1.00  SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   iS,    1902.  THE GAME ACT.  A large number of men, dogs and  £tins arrived in the Delta district  the past week. The object was to  shoot pheasant, grouse and ducks,  (y- anything that came across their  path. Sq far we have not heard of  any one shooting some other fellow  but it is daily expected. The farmers- in the Delta have all had notices  posted up on tfceir premises prohibiting hunting and shooting and  what effect it will have will be  known shortly. For several years  past parties from the cities have  swarmed into this section and abused the privileges allowed them,  while others did not even ask permission to go over the tarms, but  trudged through leaving gates open,  destroying crops and sometimes  injuring the stock with the bullets.  Hunters who have been unready to  discriminate where they get game  may be surprised to learn that in  going upon private property to  hunt they are committing an offence  flgder the Game Act for which they  may be punished severely. This  pew trespassing clause under the  Game Act has just coma into force,  and as yet no convictions have been  recorded under it. The new clause  imposes a penalty of not less than  <f 20 upon those found shooting or  hunting ou enclosed ground, without permission of the owner. Enclosed ground is interpreted as that  enclosed by fence, water or other  natural boundary. A Sunday violation of this clause  is made  much  more severe by the penalty being  i  fixed at $50 instead of $20. So  this season the farmers have decided  to proteet themselves and if anyone  hunts or shoots on their property  without permission they need not  feel surprised if they are forced to  answer for it in the police court.  them all. hrom the list of prize  winners this year it i?7 evident that  the provincial fairs depend on the  Delta for their stock exhibit, without which the shows would be  nothing. No doubt the farmers of  the Delta would be pleased to exhibit at all, but it takes time and  money moving around the country  with stock unless the prizes are  large enough to justify this there is  very little object in doing it. By  one larf e provincial exhibition with  all the money donated to it, the prizes  would be sufficient to draw exhibits  and large crowds from all over the  province.  • -. I * trcpA^ir  Corporation of Delta  DELTA DYKING AND DRAINAGE SCHEME 1895 BYLAW NO. A.  ■■■■■■ B___________|  CHURCH   NOTICES.  BAPTIST.  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  PRFftBYTERIAN  Services next Lord's Day at 3p.m  Sabbath School  at 2 p m     Midweek meeting on Thursday evening  at 7:30 o'clock  Thomas Oswald, minister.  ALL SAINT'S  TRENANT  Service will be held in the evening at 7 o'clock bv Rev Bell.  METHODIST.  In the Methodist church on Sunday the 19th inst.. Harvest Home  services will be held at 11 a.m. aud  7.30 p.m. Rev. G. H. Morden of  Westminster, will preach. A special  thank offering will be taken at both  services.  A N  Miller, pastor  W.   N.  DRAPER,  PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR  Room 2, Jill ard Mock, New Westiuintter, 1J.C.  For first class Tonsorial  work go to McClellan's  Cte lit Pipes, etc  Try the Nsw Clffiir " PURITANOS."  HOTEL LELAND . .  PROVINCIAL FAIR.  Now that the agricultural fairs  are all over the residents of the dif  erent localities can settle down af-  1;er the excitement. We believe  much good could be obtained from  one large provincial fair on'the  coast, and public money,, instead of  being divided up among two or  three should be given to one. Of  course the smaller shows could not  be done away with as. they make  >pe large ones. Tha exhibitions at  ^Westminster and ruid Victoria, with  thjb exception of some ol the attractions are practically the s.iiik-, while  if all were put into one show it  v/jould make an exhibition- worth  going to see. For years these large  shows have gone behind, and if the  people ofthe cities could only throw  off their prejudices and join together  %he /finauces would come out all  Sight, besides the people who attend would be able to receive value  .for their money. Vancouver is  now agitating for a fall fair and the  government will be asked to contribute no doubt. With three cities  having exhibitions it will wirk a  hardship on some of them as it will  ht impossible to exhibit and attend  R. Dowswelt, Prop,  Vancouver, B. C  One block from C. P. R. Depot and Steauibo&t  wharves. Newly renovated and remodelled.  Rates, $1.50 to i'2 per day.  Cor. Granville and U&stlngfSts.   -   -   -   Tel. 14.  Surrey Hotel,  SOUTH WESTMINSTER, H. C.  firs. K. George, Proprietress.  Newly furnished throughout.  .First class aceom  lnodablon.   Choice liquors and cigars.  Good stabling in attendance.  80 acres, of good Delta land  for sale, E)asy terms of pa)'  ment.  A.. De R. TAYLOR.  __ Ladner, B. C.  FW1T PApER  lifisi 18 fi low.  We have in stock Fruit Paper, cut  proper size for wrapping pears,  apples, etc., the fame kind as used  by California fruit growers.  Prjfoe 7 QSi Qente Pound  Alio mulct.' Rubber Rtrttnp;; for fruit boxes.  Mackay __ Southon  Columbia street,   -   NKW WKSTMI.VSTXR.B.C.  Across America.  A solid vestibuled train daily in  each direction.  Leaves Wsiminster, 10 a.m. ferry  Arrives Westminster by 2.30 p.m.  ferry. v  Finest equipment in the west.  Fastest time to Kobtenay and the  east. Tickets on sale to all points  in IJurope.  D. P. SAiYDKRSON, Ager.t.  new: \vestJnsTjB.k,. b. '%.  A By-law to provide for preserving,  stiuoted under 'and by virtue' of tfio pro  Delta.  Whereas under the said "Delta Dyk  tloned were and are fully made and com  And.  whereas,  under and  by virtue  are fully made and completed as'afores  maintain, and keep In repair, the- same  upon, and shown in the By-law w.ben fin  Ard, whereas, under and by virtue of  row upon debentures of the said Muniol  2G1, a-. 1 shall assess and levy upon the p  and Interest of the debentures.  And, whereas, it Is expedient and ne  expense of t'>e lots and parts of lots bene  Is required therefor;  B it therefore 'enacted by the said  "Municipal Act, 1897," and amended Acts,  1, That the Reeve of the said Distri  sum of Five Thousand CfS.OflO.OO) Dollars,  said Corporation to jhat amount, in so  thereof, with Interest at the rale ot 6 p  which shall be due and payable on the  Montreal, New Westminster, Province of  terest.  2.' For the .purpose of paying the eu  the said lands benefited, and which said  Dyke and Drain liy-law, 1895, of the Mu  of five per centum per annum, the foil  in the' same manner and at the same tl  which are the lands mentioned and de  1S95, of Ihe Municipality of Delta." and t  o' lot. respectively, shall be divided into  aforesaid In each year for thirteen yea  to run.  EciieAule of assessment on certain la  land reclamation and drainage works fo  maintaining, repairing and keeping certa in  Dyking  and  visions of the  "Delta DykingWd Drainage By-law, 1S9.V  ing and Drainage By-law, 1895," certain  pleted and are now being operated In the  of Section 261 of the "Municipal Act, 18  aid. It shall be the duty of th* said Mu  at the expense ofthe lots, parts of lots, a  ally passed.  Section 263 of the "Municipal Act, 1897,"  pallty the funds  necessary for the repa  loperty benefited as a special rate suffl  Drainage    Worits  con-  of the Municipality ol  drainage and: dyking works therein men-  said Municipality:  97," it is (provided that after s.ne'D works  nfe.ipality making such works to'preserve,  nd' roads, as the case may be, as agreed  the Council may pass a By-law to bor-  irs ayd work required by said Section,  dent  for  the  payment  of  the principal  cessary to preserve, maintain, repair, an d keep In repair the said  works at the  fited  thereby, and the sum of Five Thousand  ($5,010.00) Dollars Is necessary and  Municipal Council of ihe Corporation of  as follows:  ct Municipality  may  borrow on  the  ere  being the funds necessary for the said  ms of not less than $100.00 each, and pay  er cent, per annum, that Is to say In thlr  day of October, 1903, and all such  British Columbia, and to have attached  m of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars, b  lands numbered and described In the B  nicipallty of Delta," and to cover inter  owing special rates, over and above all 0  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  rs after the final passage of thlfj By-law,  Delta, pursuant to the provisions of the/  dit of the said Corporation of Delta the  works, and may issue, debentures of the  able within thirteen years from the date  teen equal annual payments, the first ot  debentures to be payable at the Bank of  to them coupons for the payment of In-  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 "be 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" havs  SCHEDULE1 "A."  nds In Townships 3, 4, 5 and 6 for <prese ijying, maintaining and peeping in repair,  r  benefit  to   said   Townships:  Nominal Owner of Property  tlroup   j  or     :  township I  Section, Quarter Section or  part  of Quarter Section  Anderson  R       G2  Allison, M. J       G 2  Anderson, Gus....   :       G2  Anderson, Gus , Ladner  Anderson,   Gus |Guichon  Ladner  G2  G2  G2  G2  Ladner  Ladner  Ladner  T 6  T 5  G2  G 2  G 2  To  T 3  f  No  of  Acres  value I  of im- I  prove- I  menlfi f  Bath  B. C  B. C  B. C.  B. C  Alexson, Adam  ...  A. B.  C. Packing Co   Arthur, Wm   Arthur, Wm..   Arthur. Wm   Alexander, Wm   Bain, H. H   J   Land _ fnvt. Agency  Land & Invt. Agency  Land & Invt. Agency.  Land & Invt. Agency.  B. C. Land & Invt. Agency.  Benson, II. D   Benson,  H.  D   Booth,  James jLadner  nooth. James Ladner  G 2  Ladner  G2  G2  G2  G2  G2  G2  G2  G 2  G2  G2  T4  G2  G 2  G 2  G2  G2  G 2  G2  G 2  G 2  T6  G2  G2  G2  G 2  G 2  G2  G 2  G 2  G2  id ner  Brodie, Sidney.  Bone, James   Brown,   K.   S   Brown.  E.  S   Burr, J. B   Burr, J. B   Burr, J, J   Burr, E. B   Purr, E. B   Burr, E. B   Byron, George....  Bown. E. A   I'.rown. A   Berry,  Larry   Butteif eld, T. J....  Berney. James   Black. Wm   Baptist Church   Calhoun. E. W   Carty, John   Chidell. E   .  Creswe'.l. H. J   Curtis. Thos   Curtis, Thos   Cosulich, A   Campbell, J. A   Collnson, J   Cane, J   '"rane. J. J   Devereaux, Mrs. J.  Domains, g j   novo  niugias   Elliott. ,1. B.,  Pt Lot 59 :  „  Pt   Lot  1S9  10  Pt Lot 102  132  Lots 3, 4, 5  t-2  Lots 6 and 11... ;.,2-5  Lot 24 -3-10  Pt Lot 106  2 1-2  Lot HI  150  Lot 112  165  Lot 172  115  Lot 35  3-20  Lot   115 : T-2  1-2  Lot  M  M  Pt N. E. 1-4 Sec. 14  80  S. W. 1-4 Sec. 23  169  Lot 176  61  Pt Lot 18S  47  Pt Lot 188  16  N.  E. 1-4 Sec. 25  160  N.  1-2 Sec.  30  320  Lot 71  1-5  Lots 45 and 46  6-20  Pt  Lot 1S8  20  Lots 101, 102 and 103 3-5  Lot 110  170  Pt Lot 1SS  5 r-2  Lot  140  153  Pt Lot 142  113  Lot 144  20  Pt   Lot  96a  135"  Pt Lot 147  41 1-2  Lot 148 16  Lot  ISO |176  Pt  Lot 106 14-5  Pt Sec. 20 |93  •|I  Elliott. .'. B JLadner  Fills. J'hn.  Fills, Wm   Eyton. 1'oresford.  Fa'k. A. A   Faltt, A. A   Fa'k, A. A   Falk.  A ndrew   Farren. Richard..  Fawcett, A. E..  G 2  G2  G2  O 2  G 2  G 2  G 2  G 2  Ladner  Fenton  Fisher.  Follis.  Fredrii  Glass.  Glbbie  G'lor-'  Oitchr  Gllchrl  Gllchr!  Grant.  Gran'  Green,  Green,  Gout''  Gooftti  Gulch"  Oailchn  Cuiei--  Gulchi  Gulch  GlllOno  Goilolin  Gulcl'  Clllfl   ■  Cram  Glil.v,,  Knrlr.c  HfllTl"  Honey  Ho]-oi  Holmes,  Holm  Alex ILndner  I.  B^        ILndner  ■1. & J  i<s, J...  J. H....  P. T....  t, J....  -t. A....  fit, A...,  ■■■.  A   James..  I).   B...  C.   F...  Mrs   Wm..'..  . s....  '-. Est., I  ' Kst.  ' '""st.  •! Est.  ' Kst.  •] Kst.  •1 Fst.  ■i Est,  " Est  :     G 2  G 2  .     Tfi  :    T6  G 2  G 2  O 2  Ladner  G 2  Tn  G 2  G 2  T 6  T 6  O 2  G 2  G 2  idnet  ' G 2  Ladnei  T :>  T r,  O 2  G 2  G 2  G i  G 2  G 2  n 7  Lot 1 of Lot 138  7  1-2  Pt  Lot  132  80  Pt Lot 59  10  Pt Lots 1S4 and 183  80  Pt  Lot 106  1-5  Pt  Lot 18S  104  Pt Lot 132 |'25  Lot 105 (53  Pt Lot 106 '1  Pt N. E. 1-4 Sec. 12 124  Lot 152  20  Pt Lot 59  5  Pt Lot 59  20  Pt Lot 100  4-5  Pt Lot 132  27  PT Lot 133  21 1-4  IPt  Lot 115  10  IPt Lot 138  72  |rt  Lot ro '70  ILots 14, 15, 10, 17 and 18 13-20  Lot 72 ■ '1-5  IPt Lot 188 |32  IPt Lot 1S8 I 65  Pt Lot 106 165-100  Pt  Lot 133 I2S 4-5  Pt  Lot 119 182  Pt  Lot  59 I 5  Pt   Lot  119    I f 41  Lot 113 H65  Lot 56  '3-20  Lot   110 lT-5  Lot S8 and 89...., 11-5  Pt Lot 115 '20  |S.  E.  1-4 Sec. 35.  100  Pt  Lot  133  7 1-Q,  Pt Lot 1S3  78    '  S 1-2 S.   VV. W Sew  12-. .„ '80  Pt N..W. 1-4 Sec. 12:  120  Pt Lot ilia ,....- ...,-  25 1-10  jPt  Lot 147  71 1-2  Pt   Lot IK...;  11 1-2  Lot  100 11-5  ll.ot 141 ' 1170  ll.ot  .-,4  3-20  Pt S 1-3 Sec. 25 1214  Pt S.   W. 1-4 See. 12 ,.118  Lot  127 '3  Lot  117 ,.1128  Lot 108  1*0  Lot 109.  Lot 98..  Lot 97..  Lot till..  _.'.'.'; ...'.' .... '..'.llGulchon 12 Lota  L IGukhon 2 Lots  .   Kerr IGu'chon'W   Lots  e, R, II I     C 1     IPt   Lot  <  T'kg Co I     G  D.... I     •"  nan. J I  1. J. S : I  Wm |  Wm I  '160  'ISO  |150-  1142  I 2-5,  12-;  Thos.  T 0  O!  G 2  T 6  TO  O 2  106   Pt   Lot  54   Pt N.  W, 1-4 See. 12.  IPt  Lot 183   I Lot 103  .17  M  .'40  .'79  65  __L ___________________  Homo. Thos ' I     O 2  HutehPTBOtt, H. J It.adner  Hanfon, I.  Hanson, C   Helmer,  Mrs   Hag-rm&n, J   Hngenmn, J   Hcnrtrlckson. J   !!<-11 ■■"-she-id. J. W..  .TBckeoi., R R   Jof'-m. Joseoh '.■  Jai'rlnt, David ■ I  Jur'.ei,  Tiavld ;   I  Turti t.   David .,    ..I  Jen.'-fn,   A If I  Kir! 'and  Est.. J... I  T-|r' '->nd Est., J.,.. I  Kirl'-and. T :..l  Kirkland, 1-1. J I  Kirk'-.nd.  Mrs. J I  Ketfe   Chas I  Kerr   T. W  G:  O 2  Pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 12 1 »)•  Pt  S.  W. 1-4 See. 12 \  170  Lot 149  1160  Lot I'll .' Hfl  Lots 76 nnd 7"  7-20  Pt  Lot 132 .' I0  .. .     .Pt  Lot 132 136  Guichon i2 Lots 12-5  .1     G2      Et Lot 132 |15  ,|     G2      Ft  Lot 133 '7  1-4'  I     0 2      P,t  Lot 69 19  .'l.tidner U-ot  L 17-10  .ll.adner- ILot 104 '1-5  .'Ladner 'Lots 87. 88 and 89 19-20  ILot   143 |?3  'Lot 145 '20  Pt B. V. 1-4 Sec. 12  130  IPt Lot 69 110  IPt Lot 177 1215  Ft  Lot 178 '20  IPt Lot 177  136  IPt Lot 177 !160  IPt Lot 115 -1-2  IPt  Lot 58 and 59    181  G t  G 2  T6  G 2  G2  G 2  G 2  G .  0 2  O 2  °r,  e..... ....  Thos. B-,  Thos. 10.  Thos. K.  E.   B   El)ls   w. H.,,.  AV. R...  W. H   Lav  l.ndn  Ladn  Latin  T.adn  T ndr  Lii.!»  L'i''r."r.  Ladder,  Lean-. AVm  Len-v,  W. J...,  T.ta-y. W. J....  LO'-1  Est., T...  Lor-' _st., T...  Lord Est., T..m  Lord. Chas   t.c-d. Chas   Lun-y, A. R....  r,o'—e Estate..  Lome Fstal"..  T,oi"e Estate..  Lome F's'nle..  Lome Estate..  Lome Ffltnte..  Lome Estate.,  Lome Estate..  Ixirne Estate..  Lome Estate..  I.env! & Lelscr.  'Guichon |4  Lots |4-fi  I     at     IP. Lot 1S2 10  ILot 116 M:M  IN. W. 1-4 Sec. 25    Ilfll  IN.  F. 1-4 Sec. 26 11,10  Pt   IxJt 182 11011  IN.   K.  1-1 See.  35 1 ICQ  IPt lot 106 '120 2-1  IPt   Lot   115 1137  1-:  ILots 119 and V*l ' ir.-lOfl  ILots 19 and 20 |4-15  Pt Lot 102     i34  IPt Lots 183 and 1S4 |S0  ILots l'2 and 23 H-2  |3-20  13-2    ' 3-20  I Pi T.ot. 1CS  ....11-2  ii/)t 2 of 1SR I 7 T-2  IN.   W. 1-4 Sec. 7 |160  IS.  W.  1-!  Spo, 7 v  •/ 1160  IS.   W.   1-1   Sec.   18 |160  'S. E. 1-4 Sec. 18  ...,| 160  ITt.   N.   W.  1-4  Sec.   IS 170  IPt, S. E. 1-4 Sec. 19 ;     ....|40  IPt, N. W. 1-4 Sec. 20 124  1-4  Sec.  20 SO  20 1 221  S \m  ■ -. ■ ns  .1     Cf 2  . 1   t r,  .1     T 5  .1     G 2  .1     T5  :    g 2  .1     G 2  JLadner  .ILndner  .1     G 2  .1     G 2  .ILndner  .ILndner ILots 117  JLadner ILot F..  JLadner ILot  118.  G  G2  T4  T4  T4  ' T4  T4  '' T 4  T I  T I  T 4  T 4  Mdner  N.  |a 1-2 Sec.  IN 1-2 Sec.  I Lot D   2.18  4.25  47.60  3.00  2.40  47  7.50  36.15  19.90  13.90  47  3.00  1.60  9.65  19.25  7.35  13.64  4.84  19.15  38.55  1.20  94  6.05  25  5120  1.65  64.50  47.68  7.25  73.23  17.40  6.75  31.65  20  5.96  3.15  52.68  4,37  29.61  10  31.52  16.45  22.40  50  10.15  7.25  2.18  S.75  40  17.88  14.11  2.40  17.98  50.30  3.90  1.20  9.70  19.70  35  1S.95  54.50  2.18  27.25  19.85  47  1.20  1.20  5.43.  29.0(1  4.71  37.70  33.75  60.66  13.57  30.00  3.16  1.20  71.70  47-  25.80  7.60  1.60  30. SO  57. SO  57.S0  45.30  45.ro  00.11  2.40  2.40  3.07  10  2.90  16.S9  38.00  27.50  16.30  21.15  86.70  6.75  2.10  3.93  9.87  2.40  9.S7  4.79  3.07  2.97  1.20  2.70  8.35  7.2.5-  12.66  4.37  64.SO  4.90  32.45  38.60  13  33.97  37  3.93  210.80  28.00  28.90  25.39  29.00  5(1.88  29.70  3.6(1  1,60  0.55  29.62  3.oo  90  3.00  00  3.00  3.15  9.65  0.65  9.65  9.113  4.110  2 40  1.86  4. so  13.29  19.25  1.20  49  2.66  27  22.25  95  27. SO  20.57  3.15  31.03  7.43  3.00  13.20  19»  2.23  1.40  25.32  1.83  12.77  10  14.37  5.65  12105  64  4'JO  3115  42  1<65  25  7:73  8.12  1.50  11.66  21.S5  1.95  75  4.34  9.03  n  8.36  24.W  42  H.75  9.40  IS  2.37  13.90  2.31  10.25  14.35  22.01  li.07  13.42  1.26  75  31.00  19  11.25  3.19  43  13.40  24.75  24.75  19.70  19.70  25.95  1.50  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  88  1.32  Total  fipecia'  assessment.  2.00  6.11  68.25  4.55  3.90  65  ,11.05  52.65  28.60  19.50  65  4.55  2.34  JS.05  27.30  10.40  19.70  7.02  27.30  65.23  1.95  1.43  8.71  52  73.45  2.60  93.30  68.25  10.40  104.26  21. SB  9.75  44.88  39  S.19  4.55  78.00  5.20  42.38  26  45. S9  22.10  34.45  1.04  14.95  10.40  2.60  10.40  65  25.61  22.23  3.90  29.64  72.15  6,83  1.95  14.01  28.73  52  27.30  78,00  2.60  39.00  29.25  65  1.95  1.95  7-.JJ0.  .  12.90  r.02  53.95  4,8.10  72.67  19.24  4.3.42  '4.42  1.95  TO2.70-  05  37.05  10.79  1.95  44.20  82.55  82.55  63.00  '65.00  S6.06  3.90  3.90  4.42  26  3.90  24.18  54.60  39.05  23.40  29.90  123.50  9.75  3.25  5.X5  14.30  3.90  14.30  7.02  3:90  4.29  1.9"  1.86  4,56  8.35  11.70  .3.15  10.40  5.41  18.07  1.4S  6.85  29.45  91.25  2.25  7.15  14.35  46.80  16.65  55.25  13  26  19.73  63.70  15  52  1.92  6,86  90.75  300.93  14,00  43.90  14,00  42.!*)  15.S2  41.21'  13.90  42.90  23.40  80.34  12.53  42.25  1.60  .6.20  1,00  2.60  4.10  13 05  12.89  42.51  1.55  4.55  •10  .     l.O)  1,66  4.55  40  1.30  1.55  4.55  1.40  4.55  4.03  13.65  4.00  13.63  4.00  13 W  4.00  13.65  1.25  f.85  85  3.25  60  L'95  1.70   1  6 50  5.82   1  19.11  3.06   I  27.SO  'I*   1  L»3  ain't assessed  for esch  yr. for '  J3years  20  47  5.26  SS  30  Oft  86  4.06  2:20  +•«  13  1.03  2.10-  SO,  1.52  54  2.10  4.25  15-  11  67  04  5.65  20  7.10  5.25.  80  8.0?  1.91  76  3.45  35  6.00  40  3.26  02  3.93  1.70  2.(5-  08  1.15  80  06  1.W  1.71  30  2.M  5.55  45  15  1.04  2.21  04-  210  600  -20'  3.00  2.25  OS  15  16  3.39  I  -Tift  5.5?  1.48  3.34  la  7.9ft  oi  2.8.5  83  16  3.40  6.33  t}35  3.OO  5.00  6.63  1 30  30  34  01  30  li.M  4»20  .   «.05  1,10  2.30  9.60  75  25  46  IfTO  »  a  30  33  15  35  90  SO  1.39  45  f.»  55  6 60  4.!5  0?  4.90  01  ' 4.T  23.13  3.W  3.301  3.17  3.<!0  6.18  3,2'.  40  20  •1.0S.'  3.27.  35  10  35  10)  35,  35.  !.<<■»'  1.0R  1.«5  1.05  45  26  ' IB  m  1.47  2.10  9 THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER iS, r^o*.  —m  ^■-"pinijial Oiync.i_.of Pc._t.rty  .(Uo ip  i        or  I tou-,.^lup  Section, .Quarter .Section ,or  ■Part  of Quarter Section  •Lanning-, W. J |_a.lner  Land, Fred   Lewis, H   l_sseter, George...  Mason, A. H. S....  Martlnoiich, V....  Mathesprt, Mrs. P.  McBBie, W. L....  McCaiTap, James...  McCuIlojigh, F   McCloskey, George  McDonald, J. M....  McKee Est., J   McKee, t>. A   McKee Bros   McKenzle,' P   McKenzle, P   McDIarmid, N. A..  McNeely Eat., T...  McNeely _pt., T...  -McNeely Est, T...  McNeely Eat., T.  Lots „.,,  86 and  87....  T 6      IPt S. W. 1-4 Sec.  12.  G 2     ;Pt Lot 181   Guichon il   Lot   G 2     ILot 185   Gulchonll Lot   G-2     IPt Lot 107   Gulchonll  Lot.  McNeely Egt.^ T...  McNeely, Mrs. T.  .McNeely, Mrs. T.  McNeely, Mrs. T.  McNeely, Mrs. T.  McNeely, Mrs. T.  McNeely, Mrs. T...  Mitchell.  N   Moffit, Robt   Mofiit, Bobt   Moffit, Robt   Monkman, J. J....  Monkman, L   Morley, Sam   •Morrow, Chas   Mprrow, Chas   Mii,cklln, H   SSacklln. H   ,„oore, J. A   Jloore, J. A |'  McKenzle,  J   McCormick, H   •NesHMt, Marcella   Nelson. James   Nlcollch. Gasper   Nicholson. H   Northern Counties Inv. Trust.  OBrlen Bros.... 7..  Olive, Warren   Olive, Warren   Olive, Warren   Olson, A   Paterson, T. W....     Patjjrson. J. A   Paterson, J. A.... '.   Parmlter Est., T....     Price, David     Pemberton, F. B |  Pt Lot 137   Lot  103   Pt N. E. 1-4 Sec. 12...  S. E. 1-4 Sec. 13   Pt  Lot 106   Pt Lot 59   Pt Lot 138   Lot   73   Pt Lot 1S3 and 184....  Pt Lot 106 .,  Pt Lot 177   Pt Lot 177   Pt Lot ISO   Pt S. 1-2 Sec. 22   Pt Sec. 15   2  Lots   Lots 24, 25 and 26   Lot  27   Ladner Lots 69 and 70   Ladner ILots 10, 11, 12 and 13..  Oi      Pt Lot 106   G2     |Lot 151   Ladner   Lots 6 and 7   Ladner ILots 8 and 9   Lots I and J   P^Lot 115   Pt Lot 115   Pt B. W. 1-4 Sec. 22..  Pt  Lot 142   Pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 12...  Pt Lot 59   2  Lots.  G T  Ladnsr  T6  Tl  G2  G2  G2  Ladner  G2  G2  G2  G2  G2  T5  T5  Ladner  Ladner  Ladner  Ladner  G2  G2  T5  G 2  T 6  G2  Guichon  Ladner   Lots 91 and 92..  G 2  Ladner  Ladner  G2  G2  Pt -Lot 106.  Lot     Lot    Pt Lot 59...  Pt  Lot 188.  Guichon 2 Lots  G 2     IPt  Lot  G 3  G2  Ladner  Ladner  T 3  G2  G 2  G2  G 2  G 2  81,  Pemberton. F. B |    G2  G2  G 2  T6  G2  G 2  G2  G2  G2  Peterson, O. C....  Peterson, O. C..  Pybus, Wm....  Pyb#s, Wm....  Pybus, Wm   Quaggan, R. H  RanVage, S   Read, Adam....  Reagh.  J iLadner  Rich,  H. N ILadner  Rich. H. N |    G2  "  G 2  G2  Q 2  Ladner  Ladner  GZ  G2  G2  C. H.  Richardson,  Robson. C   Reid. M. N   Stainton  &  Rrown..  Stainton, J. F   Stainton, M   Swanson. L   Shirley.  Rich   Shirle.-, P ILadner  flmpson, J Ladner  impson, J ILadner  Simpson, J |    G2  Shoff. J. A ILadner  Sellck, M IGulehon  fturdy, Rich I    T4  turdy, Rich V      T4  Sutherby. R. J :    I    G2  .Sherman. Mr. T Guichon  Smith, A  .V    " G2  Smith, Mrs. A; '..  ...." I    G 2  Shqtbolt, T. ILodnei;  G3  G2  Trim, Ed.  Vasey, H. M   Vasey, Mrs. H   Vicevleh  A  Selllc*.  Taylor, A. DeR  Taylor, H. G  ,'TayIor, Fred.  Thukle. Thos  •;; ILadner  Thukle, Thos ILadner  Thukle, Thos ILadner  Thukle, Thos |    G2  Todd, Thos ILadner  G 2  a 2  Gl  G 2  Ladner  Ladner  G3  G2  OJ  G2  G3  C2  G2  G i  G2  O)  G?  G2  Waddell  Waddell,  Waddell,  Waddell,  Waddell,  Waddell,  Waddell  J.  L..  J. L.,  J. L.   J. L   J. L   J.  L.      J. L   Waddell, J. L   Wellington Farm.... ".  Wellington  Farm   Wellington Farm   Wellington Farm   Whitesldes, W. S   Whitworth, Ike.,.. '..  Wilson, J. Kerr....' ...  Wilson, J. Kerr.... ...  Wilson, J. Kerr  ...  Wilson, E. E. M....- .  Wilson, H  „•...  Wright, S. _ W....'..  WrlKht, S. A W.... •.-,  Woods. Duvld   Watson. H  ,..  Woodward, Esther.'.'  Woodward,  Esther....  115.  Pt Lot 133..  Pt Lot 182.,  Lots SO and  Lot 3   Ladner IPt Lot 6   G 2     IPt  Lot 59   ISec. 31   (Lot 179   IPt Lot 139   Lot 175   Lot 146   Lots 60 and 61   Pt  Lots 3S and 59i.  Pt Lot 131   Pt  Lot 119   N. W. 1-4 Sec. 1....  IPt   Rot  174   ILot  173   Pt Lot 131   Pt Lot 1S6   'Ft  Lot  107   'Lot  106   ILot 116 and E   IPt Lot 174   IPt Lot 131   IPt  Lot 132   IPt  Lot  106   Lot 54   Lot 95   IPt  Lot 100   IPt Lot 59   IPt Lot 116   :ix)t  S2   I^ols 74 and 75   ILot  107   IPt Lot 115   Lots  78 and 79   I   Lot   N. W. 1-4 Sec. 6...  IS, W. 1-4 Sec. 6....  'Pt   Lot 1.T7   -• Lots   >Pt Lot 1S2   'Lot 4 of )S2   Lots r_ nnd 12S....  'Pt Lot IIVI   IPt  lot 107   IPt Lot 116   Lots 109 and 112....'  Lots O and P   'Pt Lot  M   Pt   Lot  115   Lots 126 and 127....  Pt Lot 59   IPt   Lot   26.,  IPt   Lot  Pt   Lot  Lots 92  T-ot 57   IPt  Lot 139 -..  ILot 12 of Lot 181 :..  Lots 8 and 11 or Lot ltt.' .  'Lot 7 and Pt 5 of Let 181...'.'  IPt Lot 181  -.'..  IPt Lot 182   ILot 54   ILot 56      ;f..t 5"! ; ■-..  ILot 57 , '   .  IPt Lot 130...:.'.   ..............  IPt Lot 115   Ladner 'Lots S3 and 84   G 2     ILot   129  • ......  (i 3     ILot 123   G 2      'Lot 120....    ,.,  Guichon 2 Lots    ,,,  G2     IPt Ixit 1.88   :  IPt S. E.  1-4 Sec. 2!   IPt Lot 188 ;  .  'Lots 120 and 127.  of  Acres  7-20  12  28  1-5  147  1-5  30  1-5  71 1-2  1-5  136  160  1-2  48  1-10  ,0  2-5  40  90  35  92  580  3-20  9-20  3-20  1-5  11-20  7 14-20  87  3-10  3-10 .  1-5  60  16 1-2  114  47  20  16  3-5  2-5  1-10  3-20  3-20  30  10  2-5  10  95 3-5  7 1-4  3-10  «  1-5  "40  136  113  160  120  290  12 1-2  ■10  II  value  I of m -  I  •r„.t.-  I menu.  2.10  5.06  6.99  1.20  70.70  1.20  7.20  1.20  25. S4  1.20  52.85  58.00  1.20  2.18  20.20  60  29.62  20  12.10  37.10  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  19.82  8.43  5.9S  1.80  2.00  60  47  47  13.10  3.00  2.40  2.70  . 63.44  3.00  to cover  ;T»trreit  for 13 yrs  at 5 per c  1.80   I  1.96  4.58  29.40  11.08  75  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  9.67  15.90  80  80  98  7.14  1.75  5.70  8,78  3.79  1.S2  80  •1.25  05  IS  18  1.86  1.55  1.50  1.20  25.09  1.65  1.00  I I ain't as  Total    I   sesicil  1   Special I fori  aasess-  uiciit  35  162  30  105  ICO  1-5  1  1-8  80  68  15  1-2  3-20  1-5  4-5  15  1-4  1-5  1-5  44  3-10  1-5  160  160  91 1-2  3-5  7 1-4  15  2-5  1-2  30  20  '-5  26   59   nnd 93.  T  G 2  ...JLadner  ...JLadner  1-4  •00  iii-2  184  50  1-5  II 1-2  27 1-2  2S  17  17  110  •fa  150  150  «0  8 1-i,  3-10  ICfl  216  160  ?-5  10  114  ,'«  2-5  .JLadner ILot  Lots_A and Pt C |i  17-20  13-30     I  Totalsl  6.C0  2.45  1.20  75  2.1S  42  77.10  33.40  23.50  10.30  47.06  20.72  38.60  16.63  60.60  20.90  122.60  62.90  5.43  1.07  26.50  11.20  27.25  11.75  67, ro  29.35  20,45  8.80  39.00  18.20  19,87  8.60  60.35  21.80  24.10  14.37  1.20  75  3.40  1.80  16.60  7.45  45.05  19.17  9.87  4.48  1.20  75  47  IS  1.20  75  40  23  2.18  43  4.05  1.80  1.50  1.10  1.20  36  1.20  75  11.88  5.2S  1.80  SO  1.20  75  9.65  4.00  19.25  8.05  33.16  14.42  1.80  80  3.00  1.55  3.74  2.50  2.40  1.50  25  20  7.20  3.86  6.45  3.37  2.40  1.50  2.40  1.50  1.50  71  27.00  12.00  2.40  1.50  5.10  77.48  33.93  21.12  9.17  2.18  42  2.40  1.50  1.20  10.54  4.67  2.87  1120  6. ,86  2.25  6.99  3.5S  4.24  3.78  4.21  3.78  46.50  20.13  54.40  23.60  54.40  23.60  54.f0  2S.70  53.00  22.10  2.04  09  1.80  80  106.00  45.45  143.23  6l.ro  106.00  2.40  1.50  3.00  1.55  13.80  5.70  3.00  1.55  2.40  1.50  4.70  3.10  47  18  5000.00  2202.00  3.90  7.02  11.57  1.95  100.10  1.95  11.05  1.95  36.92  1.93  7_3  82.55  1.95  2.60  29.25  1.04  42.51  39  17.55  39.65  24.05  15.60  100.10  2.60  3.90  1.95  1.95  4.55  29.77  52.65  2.60  2.60  2.21  23.40  6.24  19.50  28.60  12.22  7.80  2.60  3.25  65  65  65  14.95  4.55  3.90  3.90  8S.53  4.55  5.20  8.45  1.95  2.00  110.50  33,80  68.38  63.25  71.50  175.50  6.50  37.70  39.00  90.85  29.23  57.20  28.47  72.15  38.47  1.95  5.20  21.05  04.22  14.30  1.95  65  1.95  66  2.60  5.85  2.60  1.56  1.95  17.16  2.60  1.95  13.65  27,30  47.58  2.60  4.55  6.24  3.90  52  11.03  7.80  3.90  3.90  2.21  39 00  3.90  5.85  111.41  30.29  2.60  3.90  1.95  15.21  5.07  8.11  11.57  8.02  8.02  66.95  7S.0O  78.00  7S.00  75.40  2.73  2.60  151.45  204.75  151.45  3.90  4.55  19.50  4.55  3.90  7,SO  65  7202.00  3.   That  this  By-law  shall be pnblls bed in  the "Delta News"  for  I years  30  54  811  16  7.70  15  85  15  2.84  15  5.85  6.35  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  4.03  20  20  17  1.80  48  1.50  2.20  91  60  20  25  05  05  05  1.15  a5  30  30  6.S1  35  40  65  15  20  8.50  2.60  5.26  4.25  5.50  13.50  60  2.90  3.0a  7.45  2.25  4.40  2.19  5.55  2.65  15  40  1.85  4.91  1.10  15  05  15  05  20  45  20  12  1.32  20  15  1.05  2.10  3.63  20  35  48  80  01  85  60  30  30  IT  3.0n  3(1  45  8.57  2.3?  £0  30  15  1.17  39  47  89  54  51  6.13  600  6 0r'  6.00  6.81-1  21  20  ll.ffi  15.75  11,65  30  35  1.50  35  30  60  05  554.00  before the final passing thereof, and sh all come Into operation and lake effect »evenKfrnm   th.   ■£_     i '}'.e w£ekf  adoption by the Council. a)s  rrom   the   date  of   lts  Anal  4.   This By-law may be cited for all purposes as the "Delta Dyking nnd Drainage Scheme   ul<k   r« i,,_ w,   ...  Provisionally adopted by the Council pn the 12th day of July, 1902. B   ocneme, 1S95, By-law No. 4."  N. A. McDIARMID. Clerk Municipal Council. WM   R   LADNBR   ^^  w  2  a  2,  CO  ft  frC_&!_\  o  5-;  (tT"  w  _  n  P  >  n  re  o'  3  I—s.*  o  d  »—  £  f-7-*  ►d  s»  r-f-  k  tn  W  o  3'  Orq  p  If)  ID  n  w  w w w  >-} K' g^ K' »• n  8 tr1 «h t? & ►>  ft 3  » B  SS  llff ft  a. 3 3  «  a  o o  s si  B  h-.  a  «■  a*  5  f>  71  u  (Kt  _.  n  In  rt-  the Qnee  the  Kin  Majesty  P  r^  *«U  P  O  n  2* S 0  t -», is,  a*  n  fcr  p.  fcr*  a  w  a*  p  t/i  tT*  n  3  O  <  o  n  a-  p  n   tn-  mi  •<! * a  S.»  _*  S a o  *n  ►s c.  »  a  «  rr  M   0  *Vi  _  *<?  O  3'  a. a  0 n  CO  r  r  2  5.     «""♦*  H  ft)  o  I  3  «  a.  5>"  C.  a'  a  a  O  S  o  a  5  05  sr  rt  S  M  sr  Q  oa  B  _f«  rT  p  o  1  p  r>  o  s  ►a  ^f^^i-itH-ttm-H-H^^^  Psy II  General Bfaoksmith  Ladner, B. C.  First  class  class v.'u- k  Jioi'seshoing  r^t-;*1i a specialty.  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers:  I  1 mihiedm nun mi  I  T  J. HENLEY   T  •!♦   NEW WKSTMIKSTKR,    :-: M\ C.  ♦% Manufacturers of all kinds ol  ♦!• Soda Water, Ginger  ♦*♦     Ale and Summer  I Drinks.  ^       Your patronage solicited  'ftJ«.wJl.|'»jK#rtJ».|,»J».»^.|.4j».|,l|«,0«Jt.wJ».|  Roses,   Rhcxlodendrons,   Aifnlios,   SJiaile   Treed  .Small Fruits.  Greenhouse and bedding out plant.';, nt less th:i.  eastern or foreign iiricc-s.  Clean certificate from the inspector.  Garden, Kitld, and Flower Reeds,   finch vnnU;  tested as to vitality, and Ht close prices.  Fertilizers,   Dee  Supplies,   Agricultural   ImpK  ments, Sec  New catalogue tells vou all about it.   Call mu  examine our stock and get our list or sent,  for it: it will save you money.  Address  M. J.   HENRY,  3000 Westminster Road,  Vancouver, B. C  ''$  LADNER, B, C.  P. SHIRLEY, Proprietor.  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,  LADNBR, B. C.  Insure your Stocks, Houses and  Barns in theANCLO-A ERiCANand  Equity Firf Insurance Co pan-  ies. We are not in the Insurance  Trust, and can positively save you  money.   .Gall or write for rates.  A. W. McLeob,  DISTRICT .AGENT.-  Office: Burr Block,-Columbiastre^J,  'Phone 62.      'New ^Westminster  ii  LADNER, S.-Q.  W.    ALEXANDER, PROP.  Livery .jigs and saddle horses for  hire.    Horses bought and sold  on commission,  ^eauringdone on short notice.  0. T. Baker  111  1 Ml  m i •  Ladner, B. C.  Agent for  1  A full stool; of Buggies,  Carriages always on  hand.   Repairing of all descriptions.  Hotel Colonial  J. K. IXSLfiY, Pro*  Rates, $1,50 nnd $2.oo per dfiy.  Special  ntteution given   to Commercial  Travellers,  Cor. McKenzie and Clarkson Sts.  New Westminster, B. C  Clarington Hotel  South Westminster, BC  Strictly first class accommodation.    Good stabling.   Careful attention given to horses.  J. WISE, Prop  The Delta News  One Dollar a Year  « m  i  JOHN SJMPSOlf, PropiietoT.  « Refitted throughout witli New Horses, New Buggies £  • and Hacks.    Good saddle Horses alway on hand,  •       • Lowest Rates. - - Telephone No. 13.  ®»9et3»9>*6)»CcO»S*<»<>V':. ^ o6»mi®oe»999»e*9»9»9»9  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B. C—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  B. WILBERG & CO.  N'KW WEST1N.STBR,  B.   C.  P. O. II0X 661.  inder Twisti®, Baling Wire  Baling Ties  Cheapest and Best  R. F. ANDERSON & GO  NEW WESTAUNSTEP, B. C.  ■f  I  Delta Transfer Stable  LADNER, B. C.  •I-    SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES  ■  ON SHORT NOTICE  Team Wj'«V Dona at Specially Low Prices.  JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  f Telephone "Ladner" No. 10.  4  - +**'l-*++-l+*H+*+-l+{>'H'i-l*+•H^H»i»H"H'H<H'>'fr4-'i»4i > THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER iS, 1902.  MARRIED.  |[acJCbnzik-Edgk. — At Clover  Valley, Surrey, _, C, on Thursday, October 16th, 1902, Francis  J. MacKenzie of Ladner to Miss  Esther Edge of New Westminster.  Rev. Wm. Ball officiating.  BIRTH.  £artKR.— At Ladner, B. C, on  Sunday, October 12th, 1902, to  tke wife of A. W. CuTter of a son.  Macklin.— At Port Guichon, B.C.,  on Wednesday, October 15th,  1902, to the wife of Herbert  in of a daughter.  DIED.  )BptTGi.._.—A.t Dea.se Island, on  Thursday October 16th, John  Douglas, aged 4 years.  Local News.  The municipal council meats this  a/temoon.  G. Q. Dennis ha? recently purchased the farm of L- Everett in  the East Delta.  There will be Thanks-giving service in the Baptist church on Sunday eveuing.  Katie Foster is entertain g a number of her little friends at her home  this afternoon.  Captain Hans Burr, a veteran  steamboat man on the Fraser river  is visiting with his cousin Councilor  Burr at Crescent island.  Councilors J. B. Burr and James  McCallan visited Port Kells this  week looking over the gravel pits  fit, that section.  The latest report from the east  states that G. R. Maxwell, M. P.,  tor Burr ard, is improving in health  and will shortly return west.  A party of sportsmen, consisting  of J. R. Watson, Dr. F. P. Smith,  <j}. Wadhams and F. Kirkland left  yesterday for Texada island on a  hunting trip.  The many friends of A. Brockie,  who is l t present in the hospital at  Westmh ter, will regret to hear  l^hat he i. not improving as fast as  was exacted.  Mrs.- '■ artis and son arrived in  Ladner ';. t erening having returned from u? north, where she spent  the si... '.n with her hufband who  » manager of one of the canneries.  A slight r.oise took place on Delta stree. Thursday evening. This  was a warning to hymen's detotees  to let the people know when the  happy event will take place.  The band boy6 are certainly befog drilled under their new conductor, j. II. Cronshaw and new mem-  beis are making rapid progress.  There are at present two or three  instruments vacant and anyone desiring to become a member of the  band will have a good opportunity  at present to begin with the new  class. '  A team of horses owned by J. A.  Paterson was the cause ot" a little  excitement this morning. The  team were tied up near McKee's  butcher shop when they broke, away  and started down Delta street and  landed in the ditch in front pf the  Methodist parsonage, right side np.  The only damage was the breaking  |i the ntck yoke.  FOR SALE,  SI 15 Oil  A first class Doherty Piano Ca;_d  Organ, stands six feet two inches and  of the finest finish. Has eight sets  of reeds and sub-bass, 17 stops. It  is an exceptionally fine toned  instrument and one of tha best manufactured by the Doherty Co. Will  be sold at a reasonable price. For  further information apply to T_E  Delta News or  J. M. Colunson,  Ladner, B.C.  Auction   Sale  -OF   In the Delta Municipality  and Lots in the Village  of LadneK.  nr. H. N. Rich will sell by Auction at the Town Hall, Ladner,  at an early date.  850 ACRES DELTA LANDS  now known asthe "Imperial Forth," s'tuate  in Township 5, N.ew Westminster district,  described as north east quarter of Section jo;  south west quarter ot'Section 15, north half of  south east quarter of Section 15; tlie north half  ot south west quarter of Section 15; north half  of Secrlotl 15; timber lots 3 and 4 Section 15;  Eoutli portion of Section 22, an island in the  Fraser Kiver close to Ladner, known as Lot .(52;  aud fi lots with residence III the town of Ladner.  THE ABOVK FARM LANDS will be offered in  lots to suit those desiring l«»rge or small holdings and will be sold on the following terms if  desired: _o per cent cash and balance on mortgage at five per cent, per annum with five per  cent, of principal payable annually.  TJIKSK LANDS ARK DKAINKD AJfTD FHNCKD  in a good state of cultivation aud _ave abundant supply of good wuter.. aud to parties requiring Grain, Dairy or Stock Farms, presents an  opportunity rarely to be met with- to acquire  first class properties on such favorable tc-rins,  and are offered for sole to close up the estate of  the late Mr. Thos. McNeely.  FULL FARTICI'LARS and plans are in course  of preparation aud may shortly be obtained  from tbe auctioneer at 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—the reservoir is removable.  It is self cleanig.  THIS  LAMP IS FULLY GUARANTEED  TO   GIVE SATISFACTION OR   MONEY  REFUNDED  Approved by Canadian Fire Underwriters' Association. On view  and for sale at the Drug Store.  F. J. MacKenzie.  ■ran  and Jeweler  LADNER, B. C.  A full stock of bigli grade  Jeweler}', Watches, and Clocks  Repairing a specialty. If you have  any work leave it with me and I  will guarantee satisfaction.  Sweet Oder  PURE  MAPLE  SYRUP  New Shipment of  1ESJIWLI8  CITY BAKERY  DO YOU NEED  If so place your order early  and avoid the spring rush  Everything in Harass®  and Saddlery at  Moderate Prices.  11. Mcdowell,  LADNER. B. C.  J ROBERT MAY  t     Ladner,    -    B. C.    *  I SUfiteijiiiJlu  \ T1NSMITHING \  < and REPAIRINQ.|  Heaters lined and s'oves set up. ?  Agent for j*  The   Gurney  Foundry   Coy's, i  Oxford Stoves and Ranges.     J  The best on the market.        \  f  _,■!_■1 in- _—_u_i__— ii in  NEW   LINE    JUST   ARRIVED •  The Latest in Ladies Hats, Children's Hoods, etc£  Don't miss this opportunity to see and purchase these goods        •  A SPKCIAL LINE   OF •  __  Fine Nobby Boy's Suits ofthe Best Quality     S  BBS MOODS 811,      •:•:•      U1B.6.1  INSURE YOUR PROPERTY   with——  F« J, Hmrt & Go*  New Westminster, B. C.  "~_  The Leading Insnranoe Mgenoy  -   Money to Loan.   ~  ©•©•_o_a9«_«Q0©s©«©«_o«©®®*©v©o9e_eO«fr*MPffc  ©  BOOTS  &.  SHOES  FOR BARGAINS  IN    THESE     GOODS  CALL ON  DRYQOOPS ©  GENT'S     !  FURNISH-   •  INGS        J  W. L. ncBPIDE  •   PORT GUICHON, B. C.  'Phomk 5  CHOICE  GROCERIES  COME AND  INSPECT  THESE  GOODS  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  BEST  BRANDS OF <  FLOUR  a»■!■ f ■i.t.t.4.H.'H-«H.-i~H.-H.+ifr+ ♦*+*+*+*H-♦■!■♦ LtiM MjH*  a A NEW LINE QF  t  X    lADIES_BLOUSES        LADIES SAILORS  I     LADIES SKIRTS LADIES WHITE UNpERT^BAft J  t AND STAPLE DRYGOODS  i   FRESH :-: GROCERIES :-; EVERY :-: WEE£   ?  -AT-  !   fy. J. lyukbemn's  A Jtk _ __ 1 .f> _- JmX,.T. _»% _ if, i _U _ .% A JL _ J J.1Aa»K _.M.l. AJ.l.T.l .TxA .TtAtt. !--•- -  TTTTTTTTT^TTfTTTTTTTri TT7TTT7tTTTT,rtTT,l,TV.?TT  ?.  «_rfr  1  I       A large stock of Loaded Shells  j Smokeless and Black Powder at  i  1  MARSHALL SMITH  We have more Gum Boots in stock thai- any other store in the.city.  In order to reduce cur stock we well Sell for 30 Days  Men's Snag Prccf Gum Boots at $5 and $5.50;  Regular Price $5.78 and $643  We abo have large sizes in Hip Boots that we are selling at $4.50,  W. B. SINCLAIR, IjBslftSi  u  lillolll lliiliy. II Wily e  iUl  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Clark.  First class work. Your patronage solicited.  W. II. TAYLOR,     -     -     PROP.  "pioe,  The Magic Animal Spice and the Magic Poultry Spice made by the  Magic Spice Co., Vancouver, are composed of the very best vegetable  drtj'gs known. They give genuine satisfaction iu building, np horses  and cattle and producing milk.    Eggs guaranteed in winter.  FOR SALE AT  MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE, LADNER.  The "Lion  Brand,"  Of Boys' School Clothing.  Our liew ideas in  Hoys' School Clothing are 30th.  Century ideas.  They ate a tittl  line of Hoy*' Clothlu  : ahead ofthe timet but they will be thoroughly nppsecia&ed by buyers.    Tliij,  is manufactured  from all wool  Halifax tweeos, specially made for hard wear  line of Hoya' Clothing is manufriqtyred from all wool Halifax tweeos, specially made for hard wt  Vou can buy the whole suit complete or the knickers separate. If you buy _ suit now and wi  .1 seepnd palrdf knickers later on you cAnset the_a to match the coat which will always outwi  wu pi.ir oEkuickers. Our knickers ar,e fllwaya made with double seats aud double kiicta, '  aretjid only people in town Imndlmg the "Lion " IJrand.  J, E. PHILLIPS,  New Westminster,.,

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