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 ; ■'■'  .  ■ ••■ , • '!  '  J  W. L No. 37.  LADNER, B, C, SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER 1, 1902.  $LO0 a y*r  JUMIJ1.!  I   iiMi""i.'-K?.t~imJ  _  I  I  il EKH  While  Going  Along the  Trunk Road From  Gun Shot.  •What might have been a serious  .shooting accident occurred here last  week. While W. J. Leafy was  walking out the Trunk road he was  somewhat surprised to receive a se-  .vere peppering about the hands and  body from a shot gun discharged in  au adjoining field. Mr. Leary immediately charged the enemy and  in crossing into the field found that  he had(not been the only viotirn, an  innocent hen pheasant had also collided with some of the shot from the  .same discharge, in her case with  ■fatal effect.  Mr. Leary addressed t»he sportsman, who was behind th« hedge,  and engaged in burying the hen,  and demanded to know what he  meant by ths indiscriminate distribution ,of lead in that locality. The  SpottstBan, who by the way was a  VancoBveiite, was unaware .of the  'brilliant double play he had mads  and thought that Mr. Leary's indignation was aroused entirely by  seeing the unlawful game. He was  most profuse in his explanation, the  hen had apparently been a. .cock up  to the time of its sudden demise,  and ho was doing the proper thing  by giving it a decent burial. He  had no sympathy with the obselete  method of disposing of hen pheasants by pulling the feathers out of  them and giving them a clear right  of way to the oven. This was  sometimes practised by savages and  semi-civilized huntsmen, but the  methods adopted by the higher civilization, brought about by association with Forest & Stream clubs,  was, to give a respectable]funeral to  all unfortunate game of this class.  Mr. Leary, however, did not con'  ■ider the explanation entirely satis  factory and the result of his subsequent remarks was that the sportsman hit the road for South Westminster, at a rata of speed that  would arouse the envy of a torpedo  destroyer.  Mr. Leary is to be congratulated  on his fortupate escape from what  might have been a serious accident  Sportsmen are recommended to be  little less heedless of the comfort of  others when they are shooting, for  even if they do bury their dead in a  respectable manner, the consequence  might be as unpleasant for themselves as for their victims.  On Monday evening, Robert  May while at Westminster was presented with an address and a combination P. G. and P. C. P. jewel  from Amity Lodge No. 27,1.O.O.F.  Mr. May has for years been connected with the order and is a Past  Grand representative..  Charged With Murder.  Charles Lengate alias Wingren,  who recently attained considerable  notoriety and a six months sentence  in this town, is again prominently  before the public as the alleged  murderer of George Leith at Mount  Vernon, Wash., on August 30th,  last.  There was a reward of $250 offered for the capture of this man and  the constable who arrested him  recognized him from the description circulated by the Skagit county  authorities.  Lengate was released in Westminster owing to a technical error  in the commitment order and was  immediately re-arrested. Sheriff  Wells of Skagit county identified  Lengate as the man wanted, and  Judge Bole granted a remand of  eight days on the extradition application pending certain inquiries  to be made by the sheriff.  Obituary.  Set For Saturday,   November 20th at  2 p. m.  The sad news.was received in  town this week of the death of J.  W. Robinson of Port Huron, Mich.  He was a sou ot Mrs. Robinson,  brother of Mrs. W. H. Smith, and  his only daughter Irene, all of  whom reside in Ladner. The deceased had been for years conneoted  with the engineering department of  the G. T. Railway, and for the  [iast few|years had been in ill health.  Besides the relatives who reside  in Ladner he leaves a son in the  east. Tha many friends of the family extend their sympathy in their  bereavement.  D. McGregor returned this week  from Harrison where he and others  were doing assessment work on  mineral olaims in which they are  interested.  John Scopanich of Canoe Pass,  met with a serious accident yesterday morning, naving while chopping cut his hand severely with an  axe. Dr. Wilson dressed the  wound putting fourteen stitches.  The Ancient Order of Buffaloes  will meet next week and arrange  for their winter's "program. The  Buffaloes are the oldest athletic organization in the Delta.,  Invitations are out for the annual concert and supper of the "L.  0. L. No. 1612, which will be held  in the town hall, on Wednesday,  November 5th.  The Interstate Fishing Co., of  Seattle is looking to Victoria fish-  meu for a supply of herring, says  the Colonist. Their agent is in  that city and is desirious of securing from 10 to 25 barrels per day  for shipment to Seattle, w here there  is a large demand. H. is offering  $20 per ton to fishermen.  Tht date of the sale cf the Imperial Farm has been fixed for  Saturday, November 29th, at 2 p.  m. It is rarely that such an extensive and valuable property is offered for sale on such favorable  terms. This farm which is one of  the best and most profitable properties in the Delta, was taken up  many years ago by the late Wm.  Booth, aud was selected by him  when he could have had his choice  of nearly the whole Delta. It was  purchased about ten years ago by  the late Thomas McNeely, and  since then large sums of money  have been spent ou improvements  bringing it up to its present high  state of cultivation. The property  is conveniently situated, well watered  and is In its present state an ideal  spot for anyone wishing to engage  grain, stock or in the dairying industry, which is perhaps the most  profitable branch of farming and the  one which the Delta lands are best  adapted. The property has proved  itself capable of raising immense  crops of hay and grain. Being  sub-divided into a number of smaller farms and being offered on such  favorable terms, it presents a splendid opportunity for a man with  small capital to secure a first class  farm in the most fertile part of the  province.  LOCAL   NEWS.  D. B. Grant was up to Westminster Wednesday on  a business trip.  Miss Mary Allison of Victoria is  visiting with relatives in Ladner.  The Ladner Cornet Band will  hold their concert on Wednesday,  12th. _         Mrs. J. E. Insley and Miss Nicholson of Westminster are visiting  in Ladner today.  For Sale.—One Herring Seine  in good condition. Apply at The  News office.  P. Clark is moving into the  house on the corner of Westham  street and the Slough road.  Coulthard & Pike has purchased  about 900 acres of land ou Annacis  island near Westminster.  The infant son of Mr. and Mr9.  Frank Hanford died on Thursday.  The funeral was held yesterday.  A pile driver is at work at the  Ladner wharf driving piles and repairing along the front generally.  Word was received the first of  the week that True Oliver had successfully undergone the operatioy  at the hospital.  Hunters   Return.  The party consisting of John R.  and Hunter Watson, Chester Wadhams and Henry G arrow of Ladner, and Dr. Frank Smith, ot New  Westminster, which went up to  Nelson island on the steamer Reliance, returned some days having  had a very enjoyable outing. They  report deer as having been plentiful when they went to the island,  but the few that they left are in  mourning. There is also a squirrel  family in mourning for one of its  members who was as reckless as to  get in the way of Mr. Garrow's unerring rifle.  Dr. King.  Dr. A, A. King of Ladner, who  recently graduated from Dalhousie  University, has passed a very successful examination before the B. C.  Medical Board. This is highly  creditable to Dr. King as there were  only two successful applicants out  of a numerous class. We extend  our hearty congratulations. It is  rumored that Dr. King will practice in Ladner.  The steam launch "Undine"  owned by Dr. Wilson, was purchased this week by John Guichon and  Jos. Leonard of Port Guichon.  "Bert" Beadleston of Point  Roberts, has been very ill the past  week, the cause being blood pois-  oniiiij; from a cut on the hand with  an ax*.  A hay stack of five or six tons,  owned by Harry McKeen at Point  Roberts, was bnrned the first of  the week. It is supposed to be in-  cendry.  Wta. McDowell enme up from  Victoria Wednesday and is spending a few days hunting on his  ranch at Boundary Bay and with  his, son H. McDowell, the harness  maker, Ladner.  Regular   Meeting   Held  on Monday  Last.  The municipal council met "Moo-  day October 27th, all the members  being present except Coun. Burr.  The minutes of previous meeting  were adopted as read.  The following communications1  were received from Howay & Reid  re gravel pit, received and clerk to  reply. From H. R. L. Morgan re  thistle cutting, recived and filed.  From S. Thompson asking for  the privilege ot placing his fenc*  along road grade on Kittson road,  referred to Councilor Robertson.  The Delta Highway Bylaw 180?  was finally passed as reconsidered.  Councilor Arthur was authorized  to expend $30 on the Monkman  road.  On motion on Councilor McCallan  aud Ladner the following account*,  were passed for payment:  Graveling G. B. Main road, P T  Gibbie $111, John Honeyman $81.  75, A Read $84; iron for gravel  track, McLennan & McFeely $99,  24; Marshall Smith, sundries, $30,  40; John Olivv-r, lumber for bridge*  $58.42; Wm. Goudy, graveling  Goudy road, $180.24; Sing Lee,  E. Holuian, graveling trunk road,  $74.05; Stanley Spain, police work,  $li', Jos Jordan, salarp as policman  $127, hauling lumber $19.50; C.  Beadleson, cutting thistles, 75 cants  J. S. Butterfield cutting tbistlaa,  Geo. Orminston, salary, $60; Fred  Leary, work trunk road, $10; Geo,  Baker, repairs to scraper, $3; Wn,  Black, repair gravel track, $20; H,  M. Vasey, cutting thistles, $8; R.  Shirley, work on dyke, $153; Wm,  Alexander, balance due on contract  dyk, $583; A. Falk, caretakinf  flood box gravel ridge $14; L. Enw  bree, building bridges Embree road  £163-  The council then adjourned to  meet again Monday, Nov. 3rd,  at 2 p.m.  The News-Advertiser Bays: The  Rev. W. Bell. B.A., rector of the  Anglican Church at Surrey Center,  on the south side of the Fraser, will  probably be as_ed to take charge of  the work of the Anglican churches  at Sapperton and Central Park.  John R. Watson and H. J. Hutcherson left for Victoria Wednesday,  where Mr. Watson was married to  Miss Laura Wadhams on Friday.  The contracting parties are well  laiowu in the Delta where they  have a large nnmter cf friends,  who wish them every joy in their  wedded life. They will spend a lew  weeks on their wedding trip before  returning to Ladner,  Public Meeting,  John Oliver, M.P.P., will addresi  a meeting of fishermen in the tows  hall, on Saturday, the 8th, inst., at  2.30 p.m. Mr. Oliver is desirioua  of having as large attendance as  possible in order to get some idea  of how the fishermen will be effect*  ed by proposed and existing legit*  lation. The question of foreshore  rights and traps are live issues, at  the present time and it will be Mr,  Oliver's endeavor to do what he can  towards conserving the rights of the  individual fishermen. Mr. Oliver  will also address a meeting of electors at 7:30 p. m., on the same day,  at which matters pertaining to tha  public interest will be discussed, THJ3 IiELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, -NOVMEBER. i,. 4 9©«-  THE  DELTA NEWS  BY RIC.  A-  FRASER.  S*_Qllptlon Price, per year In advauce, $1,00  SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER   I,   10O2.  Sensational   Reports.  The following is from the Vancouver News-Advertiser of the 30th  concerning the proceedings against  Lengate, who was arrested near  Ladner some time ago, for shooting  a rifle in the Delta Hotel, and who  has since had the more serious  charge of murder brought against  him:  '' A good deal of trouble was experienced by the two constables who  made the arrest near Ladner. It  took two days of constant work to  arrest the man. The greater part  of the first day was taken up in  trailing the man from  Ladner, and  K  then the troubles commenced. They  knew they had to deal with a dangerous man, and laid their plans  accordingly. The man was taken  unawares, after a long wait, but  fought all the way to Ladner."  The arrest was really made without any difficulty whatever, the  provincial officers having been  guided to Leu gate's cabin, about  five miles distant from Ladner by  George Ormiston. Lengate was unarmed and offered no resistance, and  the officers were back to Ladner in  about two hour? from the time they  'started out. Lengate came along  quietly, having his legs chained and  being handcuffed. He was closely  watched by the constables who with  a few spectators gazed on him as if  he had  been another Tracy-.  We are surprised that the News-  Advertiser would publish such sensational reports of occurrence, there-'  t I  by, perhaps prejudicing the course  of justice against a man, who was  at least innocent of the slightest attempt to resist the officers of the law.  For first class Tonsorial  work go to McClellan's  dps, lift Pipes, etc  Try the Now Ci.-ar " PURITANOS."  FOE  SALE.  Ten   choice   milk  cows, pick of  fourteen. Also one registered Shorthorn bull, calved April 8th, 1900.  W. H. LADNER,  LADNER, B. C.  Corporation of Delta  DETLA DYKING AND DRAINAGE SCHEME 1895 BYLAW NO. |.  Windsor Hotel  Comer Columbia & Begble, Sts.  NKW WESTMINSTER  Sample rooms for commercial travelers. Ce_  trolly situated in business portion of the city  Aocommodation and attendance first class. Con  venient to tramway terminus and CPR depot  and steamboats.   Rates $», $1.25 and $1,50.  A, VACHON, -      -      -      Proprietor  TAILORING  Clothes Altered, Cleaned und Repaired.  Parcels left at Walker's or W. L. McBride's store  will be called for 011 Monday ami returned on  Saturday. O.  W. WALKER.  HOTEL LELAND   R. Dowswell, Prop.  Vancouver, B. C.  One block from C. P. EL Depot and Steamboat  wharves. Newly renovated aud r^tuodeBod.  Rules, $1.50 to $2 pur drty.  Cor. OpaiivMe and HftstingS&tS,   *   -   ■   Tel. 14.  Surrey Hotel,  SOUTH WESTMINSTER, B. C.  Hrs. K. George, Proprietress.  Newlj' furnished throughout.   First class accora  modatiou.   Choice liquors and cigars.  Good stfibling In attendance.  TENDERS  Tenders will be received by the  Detla Municipal Council, up till  noon, November >^th, foi the purchase of $5,000 Dyking Bonds. For  particulars applv to tlie undersigned.  N. A.'McDIARMID,  Ladner, Oct, 24. 1001. C.M.C.  rat*m  80 acres 6f good Delta land  for sale.     Easy terms of pay  ment.  A. De R. TAYLOR.  Ladner, B. C.  A By-lEw to provide for preserving,  strueted under and by virfue of the pro  Delta.  Whereas under the sadd "Delta Dyk  Honed were and are fully made and1 Com  And, whereas, under ami by virtue  are fully made and completed as afores  maintain, and keep in repair, the same  upon, and shown in the By-law when fin  And, whereas, under and' by virtue of  row upon debentures of the said Munlci  261, and shall assess and levy upon the p  and interest of the debentures.  And, whereas, It is expedient and ne  expense of the lots and parts of lots bene  is required therefor;  Be It therefore enacted Tjy the said  "Municipal Act, 1897." and amended Acts,  1. That the Reeve of the said Distri  sum of Five Thousand (W.OOO.OO) Dollars,  said Corporation to that amount, In su  thereof, with Interest at the rate of 6 p  which shall be due and payable on the  Montreal, New Westminster, Province of  terest.  2. For the q>urpose of paying the su  the said lands benefited, and which said  Dyke and Drain By-law, 1895, of the Mu  of five per centum per annum, the foil  in ihe same manner and at the same tl  which are the lands mentioned and de  1S0S. of the Municipality of Delta," and t  of lot, respectively, shall be divided Into  aforesaid in each year for thirteen yea  to run.  Schedule of assessment on certain la  land reclamation and drainage works fo  maintaining, repairing and keeping certa in  Dyking  and    Drainage  .Works  con-  visions of the  "Delta Diking and Drainage By-law, 1895," of the Municipality'of  isions  ing and Drainage By-law, 1895," certain  pleted and are now being'operated iri: the  of Section 261 of the "Municipal Act, 18  aid, it shall be Ihe duty of the said ,Mu  at the expense of ihe lots,' parts of lots, a  ally passed. [  Section 263 of the "Munloipal Act. 1897,"  palily the funds  necessary for the repa  roperty benefited as a special rate suffl  drainage and dyking works, therein men-  said Municipality;  97," It is provided that alter such works  nicipality making such works to preserve,  nd roads, as the case may he, aB agreejtl  the Council may pass a By-law to bor-  lrs and work required by said Section  cient for  the payment  of  the principal  cessary to preserve, maintain, repair, and keep In repair  the said works at the  flted thereby, and the sum of Five ThousaNid ($5,004.00) Dollars Ifl necessary .and  Municipal Council of* the Corporation of Delta, pursuant to the provisions of ,the  as follows:  ct Municipality may borrow on  the credit of the said Corporation of Delta the  being the funds necessary for the said  works, and  may issue debentures of the  ms of noi  less than $100.do each, and jwyable within thirteen  years from the date  er cent, per annum, that is to say in thirteen; equal annual payments, the first of  day of October, 1903, and all such debentures to bo payable at the Bank of  British Oolumbju, and to have attached  to  them coupons for the payment of In-  m of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars, b  lands numbered and described In the B  nicipality of Delta," and to cover Inter  owing special rates, over and above all o  me as (axes 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 this By-law,  elng the amount to be charged against  y-Iaw known and described as "Delta  est thereon for thirteen years at the rate  ther rates, shall tie assessed and levied  mentioned lots and part of lota, and  the said "Delta Dyke and' Drain By-raw,  interest assessed against each lot or part  part slra-II he assessed and levied as  during which tho said debentures have  SCHEDULE "A."  nds in Townships 3. 4, 6 and 6 for preserving, maintaHiing and keeping In repair,,  r benefit  to  said  TownsMps:  Nominal Owner of Property  Group   I  or  township i  Section, Quarter Section or  part  of Quarter Section     *  Anderson  R   Allison, M. J   Anderson,  Gus...   Anderson. Gus   Anderson,   Gus.   Alexson, Adam   A. B.  C. Packing Co   Arthur, Wm   Arthur, Wm1   Arthur, Wm   Alexander, Wm   Pain, H. H   Path, J   B. C. Land & Invt. Agency  B. C. Land & Invt. Agency  B. C. Land & Invt. Agency..  B. C. Land & Invt. Agency..  It. C.  Land & Invt. Agency..  Benson, 11. D   Benson, H, D   Booth,  James   Booth, James   Brodle, Sidney.  G2  G2  G2  Ladner  Guichon  ILadner  G2  G2  G2  G2  Ladner  Ladner  Ladner  T 6  T5  G2  G2  G2  T5  T3  Ladner  Ladner       ,    G2  Bone, Jnmes_. ILadncr  K.  S..  B.  S..  , B,.  B..  J...  . B..  . B.,  B..  A mail bag containing ten regis-  ered letters has disappeared in the  province of Quebec. There is no  information as to what the registered letters contained, but we are willing to wager that five of them contained remittances from country  suckers (pardon the slang) for cheap  bargains in city department stores.  —Colonist.  Export Cattle.  Looking at the well-developed  aud splendidly fattened cattle which  have been passing through tlie Winnipeg stock yard a of late en route  from the ranges of the west to the  markets of the old country, one is  reminded of Whittier's lines in  "The Drovers," says the Commercial:  '"Wo drive no starvlings, scraggy,  brown,  Loose-legged and ribbed and bony  Like those v*ho grind their uosps  ■'       down  On pastures bare and stony,  Lank oxen,' rough as Didiau dogs,  '   And cows to lean for shadows,  Disputing feebly with the frogs  •   The crop of saw-gru.:s meadows.  In our good droves, so sleek and fair,  No bones of leanness rattle;  No tottering hide-bound gl:o.sts are,  there,  Or Pharaoh's evil rattle.  JJacti stately beevebespeaks thah.ind  -' That fed him onrepining;  The fatness of a goodly land  In each dun hide is shining."       I  We have just received a new  lot of Ledgers, Journals, Cash  Bonks, 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.  Macka  y& Southon  Booksellers, Stationers, Etc.  Columbia street,   -   NKW WUSTMINBTBR.R.C.  i fi rum  Roses,   Rhododendrons,  AgaUas,  SliariV   Trcea,  Simill r-"ruits.  Greenhouse and bedding* out plants, at less toss  eastern or foreign prices.  Clean certificate from the" Inspector.  Garden, Field, and flower Seeds.   Hfccfe variety  tested ns to vitality, and at close prices.  Veniiizers,   liee Supplies,   Agricultural Itnple  menta, &c.  New catalogue tells you all about it.   Cull und  examine our stocK'aod _t*t our list or Bend  fur it: ii will save yini money.  Ail. in  M.   J,   HENRY,  _oo<) Westminster Roadj  Vancouver) b. c.  ...—_t_ i _!_<  ■i lis  LADNBR, B. C.  W.    ALEXANDER, PROP.  Livery rigs  and  saddle  horses for  hire.     Horses bought and sold  on commission.  ^eainingdone on short notice.  General Blacksmith  Ladner, B. C.  First class  f^nijpclass work  -_*2 y     ••'ffiy    _>-:»:-   tt 1     •  **■•   " *   Horseshomg  a specialty.  ■?w_s§"  J5^-'V.-.FJ___}  rot-;_f!_jk  Brown  Brown,  Bl'lT,   J  Burr, J.  Burr, J.  Burr. E  Burr, E  Burr, E.  Byron, Georg  Bown, E. A   Brown, A   Berry, Larrv   Butterf.eld, T. J...  Berney, .lames   Black, Wm   Baptist Church   Calhoun, K. W   Carty, John   ChtdeHj B   Creswell, H. J   Curtis, Thos....   ...  Curtis, Thos   Cosulich. A   Campbell, J. A   Collnson, J   Cane, J   Orane, J. J   Devereaux, Mrs. J  r. owdlng, G. J   r>nvp. Douprlas....  Elliott, .1. B   Elliott   .!. B   Fills, John   Kills, Win   By ton, Beresford,.  Falk. A. A   Falk, A. A   Falk, A. A   Falk.  Andrew   Farrell, Richard...  Fawcett. A. B   Penton, Alex   Fisher, I.  B   jLadner  Ecllls, .1. & J I    G2  Fredrioks, J     TS  Glass, J. H I    G2  nibble. P. T.  Gilchrist,  J.  Gilchrist, A.  Gilchrist, A.  Gilchrist, A.  Grant, Jflme—   n. B banner  c.  f I    02  Mrs ILadner  Win I    T r,  CV. pfrov   R I     T R  Guichon Fst., I I    O 3  Guichon Kst.,  L I    G2  fMiichon Fst.. l !  Guichon Est., L I  r.-iiclro; Est., L   ichon Fst.. I. I  T,  1  I  G2  G2  G2  G2  G2  G2  G2  G 2  G 2  G2  T4  G2  G2  G2  G2  G2  G 2  G2  G2  G 2  T 8  G2  Cr2  OJ  G2  G2  G2  G2  G2  G2  Ladner  Ladner  02  G2  G2  G2  G2  G 2  G2  G2  Ladner  Ladner  (Irani.  Green,  Green,  Goufli',  G 2  T 6  T 6  G 2  G 2  ft!  Guichon Est..  Guichon Est.,  c iW'hon   Est.,  Gru.nl   &  Kerr  Gillespie, R. H  G 2  O 2  I G 2  I G2  I G 1  IGuichon  IGuichon  IGuichon  I     G 2  il'iirlocit j'kVco I    £2  I T S  .1 G 2  .1 G2  .1 TH  .| T(  .1 G 2  . G2  .ILadner    .1    G2  Hanson, C !    o 2  Helmer, Mrs Guichon  riaggman, J     GJ  HaggrAan, J      G2  Hondrlckson. J      Q 2  Holllnttshead, J, W Uulner  Jackson, R.  S ILadner  .Ionian, Joseph JLadner  Harris, D,  Honeyman, J..  II >lmes. J. S...  Holmes, Wm..  Holmes. Wm..  Hume, Thos...  Hume, Thos...  Hutcherson, H,  Hanson, I  ..I  G'2  O 2  T r,  G2  G2  O 2  G 3  <i 2  Ladner.  Lid ner,  Ladner,  Ladner,  Ladner,  Ladner,  Ladner,  G2  TC  T5  G2  T li  G 2  G 1.  Xurlet, David.  Jurlet, David..  lurlet, David..  Jensen. Alf —  Kirkland Est.,  KiHUind Est.,  l.'irk'and, T....  KirHland, II. J  ,  Kirkland, Mrs. J    i)*j  Fettle.  Chas _,¥_  Kerr. T. W Guichon  l.avery, E      g  ladner. Thos.  F   Thos. F I  Thos. E j  E.  B   Ellis I  W.  H I  W.  W L    ,  ^V  H Ladner  Learv, Wm'.,...   ....    ILadner  Leary, W. J       *•' %  Leary. W. J L  r3 3  lx>rd Est., T    '"""T  r_rd  Fst.. T Lac ner  I ord Est.. T  Latner  Lord, Chas La^n„"r  Lord. Chas       " ?  Leary, A, R   Lome  Estate   Lome Estate   Lo-o" F*tati> i  ',»r,,. Fstnle I  Estate I  Estate '  Estate I  Fstate I  Estate.  2  in .|  T4'  l^n-ne  Lome  Lnrne  T nrne  T.orne  T<erne  Estate..  Lon« & Leiser.  T 4  T 4  I T 4  I T 4  I T.(  I Tl  I T4  ILadner  Pt Lot 59  Pt  Lot  138  Pt Lot 102  Lots 3, 4. 5...  Lots 6 and 11  Lot 24   Pt Lot 106  Lot 111   Lot 112.....  Lot 172   Lot 36   Lot 115....  jl-2 Lot M.  Pt N.  E. 1-4 See, 14  S. W. 1-4 Sea 23   Lot 176   tn Lot 1S8  Pt Lot 188  N.  B, 1-4 Sec. 26  N.  1-2 Sec.  30  Lot 71   Lots 46 and 46  Pt  Lot 188  Lots 101, 102 and 103  Lot 110   Ft Lot 188   Lot   140  Pt Lot 142  Lot 144  Pt   Lot  96a  Pt Lot  147  Lot 148  Lot 180  Pt  Lot 106  Pt See. 20  Lot 1 ot Lot 138  Pt Lot 132   Pt Lot 59  Pt Lots 184 and 183  Pt  Lot 106  Pt  Ix)t 188.  Pt Lot 132  Lot 105  Pt Lot 108  Pt N. 15. 1-4 Sec. 12  Lot 152  Pt Lot  Pt Lot 59.  Pt Lot IOC  Pt Lot 132  Pt  i_t 133  Pt  Lot 115  Pt Lot 138.  Pt Lot 130  Lots 14, 15, 18, 17 and 18   Lot 72.  Pt Lot 188  Pt Lot 188  Pt Lot 106.  Pt Lot 133  Pt Lot 119.  Pt Lot 59..  Pt  I»t 119  Lot 113,  JyOt 56  Lot 110.  Lot 88 and 89.  Pt  Lot 11  S.  K  1-4 Sec.  36  Pt Lot 133  Pt Lot 183  R 1-2 S.  W. 1-4 Sec.  1:  Pt N. W. 1-4 See. 1  PI Lot B6a  Pt  Lot 147  Pt  Lot 111  Lot  100       Ixit 141   Lot  54   Pt S 1-2 Sec. 25  Pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 12  Ixit 127  Lot 117  Lot 108  Lot 109  Lot 8S.  ILot 97.  1 Lot 96  12 Lots  2 Lots  36  I/)ts   Pt  I-ot  106  Pt  Lot 54  rt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 12  Pt Lot 183  Lot io:  Pt S.   W.  T-4  Sec. 12  Pt  S.  W.  1-4 Bee. 12  Lot  149  Lot F.O   Lois 76 and  Pt Lot 132  Pt Lot 132  12 Lois  Pt  Lot 132  Pt Lot 133  Pt I»t 69  Lol  T  I„l  104  Lots 87. SS and 89  Lot  143  1,01 145 '   Pt R. W. 1-4 Sec. 12  Pt Lot  Pt Lot 177  Pi Lot 17S.  Pt Lot 177.  Pt Lot 17          _^^^_  Pt Lot 115 '1-2  Pt Lot 58 and 59 1 81  4 Lots 14-!  Pt Lot 132   Lot 116 1494  N. \V. 1-4 Sec. 25.  IN. P. 1-4 Rec. 26  IPt   \Mt 182,  IN.   E. 1-4 Sec.  85..  Ft  l.ot 106,  lDt  Lot  115  ITrfjts 115 and  ILots 19 and  IPt I,ot 102...  IPt Lots 183  ILots 12 nnd  ILots 117   ILot   E   ILot 118  IP*   Tynt   10R  ILot 2 of 18»,.,  IN. W. 1-4 Sec  IS. W.  1-4       |R.   W.   I-1   =ec.   18..,,  IR. E. 1.-1 Rec. 18   li't. N. W. 1-4 See. 18.  IPt. S. E. 1-4 Hee. 19...  IPt. N. W. 1-4 Sec. 20..  IPt. N. E. 1-4 Sec. 20.  IR. 1-1 Sac,  IN 1-9 See  ILot D   ..#' THE HELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER i,   uc:  t_ymln.g'. JW. J ILadner  • LarXI, 'FreVi,..-. :::. ..... ..........I    T fi  Lewis, h |    G 2  Laeseter, George iGuiehon  _ason,A.H. S |     G2  Martlnollch, V IGuichon  Hatheaon, Mrs. P I    G2  ■ McBride, W,  L IGuichon  McCallan, James j    GT  McCuUough, P ILadner  McCloskey, George.  McDonald, J. M   McKee Est., J   McKee, D. A   MoKee Bros   McKenzle, P   McKenzle, P   McDIarmld, N. A...  McNeely Est., T....  McNeely Est., T....  McNeely Est., T....  McNeely Est., T....  McNeely Est., T....  McNeely, Mrs. T.  .  McNeely,  Mrs. T.  .  McNeely, Mrs. T.  .  McNeely,  Mrs. T.   .  McNeely, Mrs. T.  .  McNeely, Mrs. T...,  .Mitchell, N   .Moffit, Robt   -Moffit, Robt   ■Moffit. Robt   Monkman, J. J   Monkman, L   Morley, Sam      .Morrow, Chas.... ..  Morrow, Chas..'..  ..  Macklln, H.;   vMacklln, H.,  T6  T 6  G2  G 2  G 2  Ladner  G2  G 2  G2  G 2  G2  T5  T 6  Ladner  Ladner  Ladner  Ladner  Ladner  G2  G2  I_dner  Ladner  Ladner  G2  G2  To  G 2  T«  G2  ... _ Guichon  Moore, J. A ILadner  .Moore, J. A.. ....  |    O 2  Ladner  Ladner  G2  G2  Guichon  G2  ftl  da  Ladner  Ladner  Ladner  G2  T3  G2  G 2  Oi  G2  G 2  G2  G2  G2  T6  G2  G2  Or 2  G2  G2  ILadner  Lo'.b 85,   SC and 87....  Pt  S. W. 1-4 Sec.  12.  Pt 'Lot 181 '.     1   Lot   Lot 185   1 Lot   Pt Lot 107   1   Lot   Pt Lot 137   Lot  105   Pt N. B. 1-4 Sec. 12...  S. L. 1-4 Sec. 13   Pt   Lot 106   Pt Lot 59   Pt Lot 138   Lot   73   Pt Lot 183 and 184.  7-20  12  2S  1-5  147  1-5  30  1-5  71 1-2  1-6  136  160  1-2  6  48  11-10  |S0  Pt Lot 106 | 2-5  22.  McKenzle,  J.;.  McCormick, H..      :. Nesbir, Marcella..: ;   .Nelson. James...;.-   ..Nlcolleh, Gasper   Nicholson, H   Northern Counties Inv. Tr^ist   O'Brien Bros...!  .... .... :'.   ] Olive, Warren   ' Olive, /Warren   Olive, ..Warren..:   'Olson, A     Paterson, T. W    . Paterson, J. A   Paterson, J. A.;   Parmit'er Est., T    Price, David....     Pemberton, F. B   Pemberton. P. B   Peterson, O. C ;   Peterson. O. C  ....  .Pybus, Wm «.. ..;.     /Pybus, wm   Pybus, Wm :;.  ...  .Quaggan,-R. H       Ramage, S    Read, Adam   -Reagh,  J ."   Rich,   H.  N ILadner    G2  G 2  G2  G 2  ladner  Ladner  G2  G2  G 2  I/idner  I„dner  Ladner  G2  Rich, H. N  Richardson, C. H..  Robson, C   Reid.  M. N   Stainton  _  Brown  Stainton, J. F   Stainton, M   Bwanson, L   Shirley,  Rich   Shirley,.P   Simpson, J   Simpson, J    ..  Simpson. J   Shoff. J. A   ILadner  _«llck, M IGuichon  Sturdy, Rich....     |     T4  Sturdy, Rich.... ':      Tl  ftutherby, R. J....         G2  Sherman, Mr. T Guichon  Smith, A  :      O 2  Smith.  Mrs. A....        G2  Shotbolt T Ladner  Taylor, A. DeR...' !    G2  Taylor, H.-.TRx..-      G2  Taylor. Fred....       |    G2  Thukle, Thos    ILadner  Thukle, Thos.... ILadner  Thukle, Thos....  ILadner  Thukle. Thos |    G2  Todd, Thoa ILadner  Trim. Ed I    G2  Vasey, H. M |    G ?  Vasey, Mrs. H |    111  Vlcevlch   &  Selllck |    G2  ■Waddell. J. L ILndner  Waddell, J. L ILadner  G i  Orl  G2  G 2  G2  (12  G2  G 3  G 3  (18  G-2  G2  Pt Lot 177..  Pt Lot 177.  Pt Lot 1_.',  Pt S. I-L' Sec.  Pt  Sec.   15   2  l„ts   Lots 24. 25 and 26   Lot 27   i-ots 69 and 70   Lots 10, II, 12 and 13.  Pt Lot 103   Lot   161   Lots 6 and 7   Lots 8 and 9   Lots I and J   Pt Lot 115   Pt Ixit 115   Pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 22..  Pt  Lot 142   Pt. S. W. 1-4 Sec. 12...  Pt Lot 69   2 Lots   Lots 91 and 92   Pt Lot 106   Lot     Lot     PI Lot 69   Pt Lot 18S   2 Lots   Pt Lot 115   Pt Lot 133   Pt Lot 182   Lots 80 and  81   Lot B   Pt Lot 6   Pt   Lot 69   Sec. 31   Lot 179   Pt Lot 139   Lot 176   Lot 146   Lots 60 and 61   Pt Lots 58 and 59....  Pt  Lot 131   Pt  Lot 119   N. W. 1-4 Sec. 1   Pt  Lot 174   lot  173   Pt Lot 131   Pt 1/Ot 186   Pt  Lot 107   Lot 106   Lot 116 and E   Pt Lot 174   Pt  Lot 131   Pt Lot 132   Pt Lot 106   Lot 54   Lot 96   Pt Lot 106   Pt Lot 59   Pt Lot 116   I_t  82   Lots 74 and 75   Lot  107   Pt Lot 115   ILots -7S and  7fl   11 Lot   N.  W.  1-4  Sec.  6....  IS. W   1-4 Sec. 6   IPt   Lot 137   12 Ixns   Pt Lai 182   Lot 4 of 182   Lots 122 and 123   Pt Lot 108   Pt Lot 107   Pt Lot 116.  40  90  35  92  680  3-20  9-20  3-20  1-5  11-20  7 14-20  87  8-10  M0  1-5  60  IS 1-2  114.  47  20  16  3-5  2-5  1-10  3-20  3-20  to  10  2-5  10  95 3-6  7 1-4  3-10  1  1-5  5  640  156  113  160  120  290  12 1-2  40  41  160  85  162  30  105  100  1-6  1 1-8  80  68  15  1-2  3-20  1-5  4-5  5  15  1-4  11-5  11-5  44  3-10  1-5  160  160  91 1-2  3-5  7 1-4  15  2-6  1-2  80  20  •Waddell. J. L.  Waddell. J. L.  "Waddell. J. L.  Waddell, J. L.  Waddell. J. L.  Waddell. J. L |  Wellington Farm I  Wellington Farm I  "Wellington  Farm   Wellington Farm |  "Whltesides, W. S I  Whitworth, Ike |  Wilson, J. Kerr Ladner  Wilson. J. Kerr      G 2  Wilson, J. Kerr      G 2  Wilson, E. E. M       G2  Wilson, H Guichon  Wright, 8. * W |     G2  Wright, 8. A W      T5  Woods. David |     G2  Watson. H jLadner  Woodward, Esther ILadner  Woodward,  Esther JLadner  ILots 109 and 112 |2-6  Lots (j and P ."  2-5  Pt  Lot  M !l-4  |Pt  Lot  115  100  llxits 126 and 127  2-5  IPt Lot 59  II 1-2  iPt   I,ot   26 1S4  |Pt   Lot  26 60  Pt   Lot 39  |5  IT.nts 92 and 93 | 2-5    .  jT-ot 57 |l-5  IPt Lot 139 126  'Lot 12 of Lot 181 Ill 1-2  LotB 8 and 11 or Lot 181  27 1-2  ll.ot 7 nnd PI 5 of Let 181 1 28  IPt Lot 181 117  Pt Ixit 1S2 117  ILot 54  110  ILot 56  150  Hot  56 1110  Lot 57 1150  Pt Lot 130  SO  Pt Lot 115  8 1-2  Lots 83 and 84 ,  3-10  llx>t   129  1F.0  ILot 128  216  ILot 120 160  |2 Lots  2-5  IPt Ix>t 18S  10  Pt S. E. 1-4 Sec. 22  114  IPt Lot 188  10  llxits _S and  127    12-5  |Lots A and Pt C II  17-20  |Lot 55 |3-20  Totals  2.10  5.06  6.99  1.20  70.70  1.20  7.20  1.20  26.84  1.20  52.85  68.00  1.20  2.18  20.20  60  29.62  20  12.10  27.10  16.90  11.10  70.00  1.80  2.70  1.20  1.20  3.30  20.10  36.76  1.80  1.80  1.23  16.26  4.49  13.80  19.S2  S.43  6.98  1.80  2.00  60  47  47  13.10  3.00  2.40  2.70  83.44  3.00  3.60  6.00  1.20  2.18  77.10  23.50  47.66  38.60  50.60  122.60  5.43  26.50  27.25  67.50  20.46  39.00  19.87  60.35  24.10  1.20  3.40  16.60  45.05  9.87  1.20  47  1.20  40  2.18  4.05  1.60  1.20  1.20  11.88  .1.80  1.20  9.65  19.25  33.16  1.80  8.00  3.74  2.40  25  7.20  5.45  2.40  2.40  1.50  27.00  2.40  5.10  77.48  21.12  2.18  2.40  1.20  10.54  2.87  6.86  6.99  4.24  4.24  46.50  64.40  64.40  64 ,S0  53.00  2.04  1.80  106.00  143.25  106.00  2.40  .TOO  13.80  3.00  2.40  4.70  47  6000.00  1.80  1.96  4.58  29.40  76  3.85  11.08  76  3.90  7.02  11.57  L95  100-10  L95  11.05  1.95  36.92  1.95  23.20  7<_5  24.66  82.55  75"  1.95  42  2.60  9.05  29.25  44  1.04  12.89  42.51  19  39  6.46  17.55  12.65  39.65  7.15  24.06  4.50  15.60  30.10  100.10  80  2.60  1.20  3.90  75  1.95  76  1.95  1.25  4.55  9.67  29.77  15.90  62.65  80  2.60  80  2.60  98  2.21  7.14  23.-10  1.75  6.24  6.70  19.50  8.78  28.60  3 79  12.22  1.82  7.80  SO  2.60  1.25  3.25  05  65  18  65  18  65  1.85  14.95  1.65  4.55  1.50  3.90  1.20  8.90  25.09  88.53  1.55  4.55  1.60  6.20  2.46  '  8.45  75  1.95  42  2.60  i  33.40  110.50  10.30  33.80  20.72  68.38  16.65  66.25  20.90  71.50  62.90  175.50  1.07  6.50  11.20  37.70  |       11.75  |      39.00   |  29.35  96.85  8.80  29.25  18.20  67.20  8.60  2S.47  21.80  72.15  14.37  38.47  75  1.95  1.80  6.20  7.46  24.05  19.17  64.22  4.48  14.30  75  1.95  IS  65  76  1.95  25  66  43  2.60  1.80  5.85  1.10  2.60  ■x  1,56  75  1.95  6.28  17.16  80  2.60  75  1.96  4.00  13.65  8.05  27.30  14.42  47.58  80  2.60  1.55  4.65  2.50  6,21  1.50  3,?0  26  62  3.SS  11.05  3.37  7. SO  1.50  3.90  1.50  3,90  71  2.21  12.00  39.00  1.50  3.90  76  5.S5  33.93  111.41  9.17,  30.29  42  2.60  1.50  3.90  76  1.95  4.67  15.21  1.20  5.07   1  2.25  8.11  3.6S  11.57   |  8.78  8.02  ■  3.78  8.02  20.45  6S.95  23.60  78.00  23.60  78.00  23.70  78.00  22.40  75.40  69  2.73  80  2.60  46.45  151.45  81.50  201.75  45.45  161.46  1.50  3.90  ■  1.55  4.55  6.70  19.ro  1.55  4.55  1.50  3.90  3.10  7.80  18  65   '  2202.00  7202.00  30  •54  89  15  7.70  13  85  15  2.S4  15  5.85  6.35  15  20  2.25  08  3.27  03  1.36  3.05  1.81  1.20  7.70  20  30  15  15  35  2.29  4.05  20  20  1?  1.80  48  1.50  2.20  91  ro  20  25  05'  05  05  1.15  35  30  30  6.81  35  40  68  15  20  8.50  2.60  5.26  4.25  5.60  13.50  60  2.99  3.01  7,45  2.  4.40  2.19  5.55  2.65  15  40  1.85  4.94  1.10  16  05  15  06  20  45  20  12.  16i  1.32  20  15  1.05  2!0:  3.66  20  56  48  30  •04  85  60  30  30  17  3.00  30  45  8.57  2.33  20  30  15  1.1  39  4'  89  54  64  5.15  600  6.00  6,00  6.80  21  20  11.66  15.7!  11.61  30  35  1.50  35  30  60  05  554.00  J1-**.-m^rj  The CM/ Genuine  3. That this By-law shall be publis hed In the  before the final passing thereof, and sh all come in  adoption by the Council.  4. This By-law may be cited for all purposes as  ihe "Delta Dyking and Drainage Scheme   1895   Bv-lnw Nn   4"  Provisionally adopted by the Council on Ihe 12th day of July, 1903. '     y  lelta News"'  newspaper on co every week for four consecutive weeks  operation and take effect s even days   from   the  date   of   Us   final  N. A. McDIARMID. deck Municipal Council.  WM.  H.   LADNER,  Reeve,  ♦H"»'l'«-l'H-i'|iHH ♦!■♦'!'♦•!•■» +»»»H-H-"H'+*"M-»'Hi»H ♦ +   • l   ■  Delta Transfer Stable  LADNER, B. C.  .   8INO_B AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSE8  ON SHORT NOTICE  Team Work Done at Specially Low Prieom.  JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  '• '• Telephone " Ladner" No. 10.  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B. C—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With Eag!es.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  Hotel Colonial  J. K. INBLKV, Prop.  Kates, $1.50 aud $3.00 per day.  Special attention given   to Commercial  Travellers,  Cor. McKeiiale and Clarkaou 8U.  New WrM_iin.i_-, Ii. c.  HICK'S HOTEL  LADNER, 13. C.  P. SHIRLEY, Proprietor.  P; WJLfcBERG & CO.  NKW WKSTiNSTKR,  B.  C.  P. O. BOX 661.  jgig  r If  Binder Twine, BaZsng Wire  Baling Tms  Cheapest and I?est  R. F* ANDERSON & CO  NBVT W6ST1VUINSTEK, B. C.  Conveniently  situated  and  first class in every particular.  BEST CUISINE SERVICE  •••.;.^^;.^..;».»..*^«..*..»..;.....;...„».^.;.^..;,.^,;.  J. HENLEY   T  I  NKW WKSTMIXSTKR,    :-:  B. C.   ♦*♦  Manufacturers of all kinds oi A  Soda Water, Ginger ♦  Ale and Summer    .♦.  Drinks. j.  Your patronage solicited       f  v  ■*lf*A+'A.*~l*.:A'»'A.»*A.:A.+A*~*:.*l*  Orchestra! Attachment  Beware of the claim oi disappointed dealers who 'tell you that they  can give you a "lianjo Attachment" or " instrumental attachment" OX  something else which they endeavor tortnakq you believe is j-uat as good  as the " Bell Orchestral Attachment." There is nothing els£ as good.  The same being protected by letters patent.  Also place no confidence in the man who tells you he " can supply  you with a Bell Piano or Organ " ut a price which is less than the cos>t  of manufacture. He does this for the purpose of belittling Pianos and  Organs that he knows he cannot get. Reputable and responsible dealers and agents don't make such false statements.  New Art Series of Bell Piano  With the Orchestral Attachment and Practice Cleaver.  c'.l        Piano? are built to wear lo_g«r and please  better than any other.  Hell Pianos are warranted ten years  Bell Pianos attachment double pianos life  Bell Pianos enable you to imitate the Harp  Bell Pianos produce the tones of the Zither  pjtll Pianos enable you lo practice without annoyance toi'itthcrs.  Pell Pianos stimulate the efforts of learners by  their great variety of tones  Pell Pianos give you, if wanted, the tones <ind  effects ofthe old Dulcimer.  Bell Pianos imitate the Mandolin to perfection.  Bell Pianos render the tones of the-Caitora  will  Bell Pianos give vou Banjo tones for jigs and  dance music  Bell Pianos produce the tunes of the Autoharp  for you  Dell Pianos places Auld Scotia's Sons  by imtta  ting the bagpipes  Pell Pianos render martini airs iu imita  on oT  Fife aud Drum Corps  Bell Pianos imitate the tones of the bugle, near  or far-away  Bell Pianos enable the player to perfecty inn.  late a Chime of Hells  pell Pianos give tones of the Aeolian Harp   .  Bell Pianos enable the player to get hundreds  ut' Shades of tone-color  Bell Pianos give hundreds of effects and tones  impossible in any other  Pell Pianos have patented double spring pedals  eh made that they never squeak or break  Pell Pianos have genuine hand-carved   orna  mentations  Bell  Pianos are made aud warranted by the  largest makers of Pianos lu Canada.  I  BELL PIANOS are the only Piano made with  the Illimitable Doubla  Repeating Action.  BELL, PIANOS have the Full Metal Plates with Bushed Tuning Pins.  A One Cent Postal Card may save you  One Hundred Dollars  New catalogues showing new designs of beautiful cases in «choica  Mahogany, Walnut and other fancy woods, just issued.  Send for one and get our reduced 1903 prices.  W. W. MONTELIUS  Manufacturers  Exclusive Agency in B. C.  410 Hastings, Street, VANCOUVER.  Notice.—We do not sell our customers notes.  Clarington Hotel  South Westminster, B C  Strictly first class Bccomrooilation.    Good stabling.   Careful attention given to horses.  J. WISE, Prop  0. T. Baker  Agent for  118  Ladner, B. C.  A full stock of Buggies, Carriages always ou  hand.   Repairing of all descriptiotm.  W.  N.  DRAPER,  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  Koom 3, Kllaid Bltclt, Hew Westminster, B.C.  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers:  Insure your Stocks, House* and  Barns in the Anolo-Abricak and  Equity Firf Insurancb Copah-  ihs.     We are not in the Insurant*  Trust, and can positively-save yoo  money.   Gall or write for rates.  A. W. McLeod,  DISTRICT AGfiNT.  Office: Burr Block, Columhia street,  'Phone 62.      New Westminster  •••••••_ •(••••••»*a«9* •••••«••••••*••#••••••  JOHN SIMPSON, Proprietor.  Refitted throughout with New Horses, New Buggies  and Hacks.    Good saddle Horses alway on hand.  Lowest Rates. -   _ - elephone No. 13.     2  T THE I4ELXA NEWS, SATURJ_AT, NOVEMBERi, 1902.  Local News.  W. L- McBffifcT ?ort  Qniclion,  was at Victoria this week.  t :        „      '■  Mrs.   Nicholson   of   Victoria  is  visiting with Mrs. Lanning.  FOR SALE.  John Ellis has  rented Gus. And-  person's farm on the Trunk road.  Mrs.   F.   J.   MacKenzie spent a  few daysatthe Royal City this week.  George Burr of Westminster is  visiting with relatives on Crescent  Island.  Miss I. N. Kendall of Vancouver  ja visiting with Mr. and Mrs. James  Grant.  We understand a number of men  art   engaged   on the Westminster  end of the River road.  m.'.:  Mr. and Mrs. David Black returned tha first of the week from  their honeymoon trip, smd have taken up their residence ou .Westham  street.      '  Wt>rd received from Vancouver  States   that   F. M'.  Brooke-Smith,  who is suffering from an attack of  typhoid, is much improved and will  1  be able to be about again in  a few  weeks.  There has been some very reckless shooting iu town lately, several  cases being brought to our notice  where bnllets and shot have broken  windows and entered  houses.      In  all cases it was chinamen handling  i  the firearms.  Jt is reported that John Honeyman of Gulfside has purchased the  122 acres in the East Delta, frow  A. De R. Taylor. We also learn  that Mr. Honeyman has disposed  of his 80 acres* at Gulfside to P. T.  Gibbie.  A number of friends gathered at  the residence of N. A. McDiarmid,  last evening and enjoyed a hal-  jowe'an party. The entertainment  continued until a late hour and Mr  and Mrs. McDiarmid left nothing  undone for the pleasure of their  visitor.  CHURCH   NOTICES.  A first class Doherty Piano Cased  Organ, stands six feet two inchesand  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 The  DklTA Nhws or  J. M. Collinson, ,  Ladner, B.C.  Auction Sal e  In the Delta Municipality  and Lots in the Village  of Ladner.  Hr. H. N. Rich will sell by Auction at the Town Hall, Ladner,  SATURDAY, NOV. 29th  850 ACRES DELTA LANDS  now known ns the "Imperial Varm," s:tuate  in Township 5, New Westminster District)  described as rmrth east quarter of Section 10;  south west quarter of Section 15, north tanlf of  south east quarter of Section 15; the north half  of south west quarter of Section 15; north half  of Secrion 15; timber lots 3 and 4 Section 15;  south portion of Section 22, an island in th*  Fraser Kiver close to Ladner, known as Lot 452;  aud 6 lots with residence iu the town of Ladner.  THB ABOVE FARM LANDS will be offered in  lots to suit t!m;e desiring Inrpe or small holdings and will be sold on the following terms if  desired: 30 per cent cash and balance ou mortgage at five per cent, per annum with five per  eeut. of principal payable annually.  THKSl-; LANHAARJUtRAlNKP AND FENCED  in.a good state of cultivation and have abundant supply of good water, aud to parties requiring ('.rain, Dairy or Stock Farms, presents an  opportunity rarely to lie met with to acquire  first class properties on such favorable terms,  aud are offered for sale to close up the estate of  the late Mr. Thos. McNeelv.  FULL PARTICULARS and plans may be  tained from the Auctioneer, Ladner B. C.  THE AUER  GAS0L2NE LAMPS  gives 100-car.dle power for each  burner ;st half the cost of oil,  acetylene- or incariescent electric  light. U is the only lamp which  does not have to be taken down  to fill—the reservoir is removable.  It is sell' i.'.eanig.  THIS LAMT' IS FULLY GUARANTEED j  '?*$■  Watchmaker  and Jeweler  LADNER, B. C.  A full stock of high grade  Jewelery, Watches, and Clocks  Repairing a specialty. If you have  any work leave it with me and I  will guarantee satisfaction.  Sweet Cider  9 •■■'■  •  0      BOOTS  e  F  •          &>  •  •  IN  •       SHOES  •  •   ■••••■"'•   •«_o •_.«_•_• _>«e*e*®«  FOR bargains  THESE     GOODS  CALL ON  DRYGOODS  GENT'S  FURNISHINGS  W. L HCBPIDC  ?  }  PORT^GUICHON, B. C.  'Phomh 5  PURE  MAPLE  SYRUP  New Shipment of  CITY BAKERY  DO YOU NEED  HARNESS  If so place your order early  and avoid the spring rush  Everything in Harness  and Saddlery at  Moderate Prices.  ii. Mcdowell,  LADNER, B. C,  ROBERT MAY!  BAPTIST.  Services will    be  held   Sunday  evening at   j,.   I  W  Williamson,  pastor.  1 CATHOLIC  Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin  0. M. I.    Services  first and   third  Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m.  ST. ANDREW'S  PRKSBYTKRIAN  Services next Lord's Day at 3 p. m  SiJbbath School  at 2 p m     Midweek meeting on Thursday evening  at 7:30 o'clock  Thomas Oswald, minister.  ALL SAINT'S TRKNANT  Service vrill be held in the evening at 7 o'clock by Rev Bell.  i .•>■•.!  METHODIST.  Services next Lord's Day at 11  a.m. add7 p.m.  * AN  Miller, pastor  l^JCTION SALE  TO  GTV  REFUNDED.  'ISFACTION OK  MONEY  Approved by Canadian Fire Underwriters' Association. On view  aud for sale at the Drug Store.  F. J. MacKenzie.  Ladner,  B.C.  CHOICE  ©GROCERIES  «  $ • ■ •  COME AND msritcT  THESE  GOODS  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  BEST  BRANDS OF  FLOUR  !  {S)*toa®eQo®*®QO»®i>3*®»Q»»9*999*9»9*999»9*9m9»i  A NEW LINE OF  LADIES;: BLOUSES        LADIES SAILORS  LADIES SKIRTS LADIES WHITE UNDERWEAR ■ -  AND STAPLE DRYGOODS  FRESH :-: GROCERIES :-: EVERY :-: WEEK t,  Yy. J- fiukhwson's  1  *  ±  A Full Line of  1  AND  Q$fo®r Heaters  at Town Prices  MARSHALL SMITH  Groceries!  'ffl  *  mm, uiuiiiionft  T  SMITHING j  and REPAIR! G*  Heaters lined and stoves set up. J  Agent for ■  The   Gurney  Foundry   Coy's. *  Oxford Stoves and Ranges.     J  The best on the market.        {  9  MB———WW  •••••^•.•••.•-•.•-•.a- •©•••••••••©«••©•••*•©  iThe Latest in Ladies Hats, Children's Hoods, etc _  Don't miss this opportunity to see and purchase these goods  -OF-  • A SPECIAL LINE   OK •  •      Fine Nobby Boy's Suits ofthe Best Quality     •  •     .» - -•  iti.it 0 ut\ 1 uuuuo oiuiil,        ■';!'        tnun  •••••••••••••••••••••a* »p'!»fj««»a«c«•••••••••••  U  I will sell by auction at the Town  gs.ll, Ladriar, on Saturday i&9t_,  November, immediately after the  sale of the McNeely "Estate properties?. " Timber Lot No. 1, in Section  t5, Delta Municipality/New West-  tinster District.  H. N. RICH,  Auctioneer  INSURE YOUR PROPERTY   with   F« J. Marl & Co.  New Westminster, B. C.  The Leading im&urance Agency  -   Nkmey te Loan.   -  We have more Gum Boots in stock than any other store in the city  In order to reduce cur stock we well  Sell for 30 Days  Men's Snag Proof Gum Boots at $5 and $5.50  Regular Price SS.7S and S6.25  We also have large sizes in Hip Boots that we are selling at $4.50.  W. E. SINCLAIR,  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Clark.  First class work. Your patronage solicited.  AY. II. TAYLOR,     -     -     PROP.  Watgio SpBG&i  The Magic Animal Spice and the Magic Poultry Spice made by the*  Mtfgic 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.  FOR SALE AT  MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE, LADNER.  The "Lion  Brand."  Of Boys' School Clothing.  Our new ideas in Boys'School Clothing arc 30th,  Century ideas.  The'y are n lit'tls ahead ofthe limes but they will be thoroughly appseclated by buyeraflJTlila!  Hue of Boys' Clothing la manufactured from all wool Halifax tweeds, specially made for hard wear  Vou can buy the whole suit complete or the knickers sepa -ate. If you buy a suit now aud want  a second pair of knickers later on you can'get them to ma.eh thecoat which will always outwear  two pair ol'knickers. Our knickers are always made wi'.h double seats aud double knees. We-  are tlie only people ill town handling the " l.ion " Brand.  J. E. PHILLIPS,  New Westminster,

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