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Array 7/  ■4^ ■ /  \f\J     JAM [  Cy  :^  a  j SUrf^l  U>£  •:^  /  TM. I.'No. 31.  LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1902.  Friday and  Saturday of  The Coming Week.  Do Your Duty.  On FricUiy next the Delta Agricultural Society's fifteenth annual  exhibition, will be opened. The  arrangements' made by the directors  promise to' result in the best exhibition yet held, This year has been  most favorable and splendid fruits  ofthe soil are available. The display of grain, fruits and vegetables  will no doubt beat anything found  in the province.  From all reports a large crowd  will be in attendance from the cities  and nothing should be left undone  to make the exhibition worthy of  the reputation that the district holds.  The Ladner band will give a ball  in tlie town hall, on Friday evening September 26th. It is intended  to make this one of the attractions  of the fair.  A lacrosse match between East  Delta vs. Ladner will take place on  Saturday afternoon.  The steamer Transfer will make  s special trip down river on Saturday, leaving Westminster at 10  a. m., to allow people from that  city and Vancouver to visit the  Delta fair.  JJave ,yqu got your baby ready  for the "Baby Show."  Membership tickets $1.50. Get  one from any of the officers and  avoid the rush on fair day. It also  entitles holder to free entries,  All articles for exhibition must be  in tlie building before 1 p.m. on  Friday, September 26th, or they  will be debarred from competition.  JUDGES.  The following are the gentlemen  selected to judge exhibits:  For cattle, horses, sheep and  SWine—J bhn Guardhouse, of High-  peld, Ont., vice-president of the  Sheep Breeders Association Ontario.  Flowers—C. Latham, New Westminster.  poultry—C. R. Monck, of Vancouver.  Besides the above, local people  will also judge a portion of the exhibits. .;....,     „•     .;.     .  Below is a list of special prizes  and the program of races:  The folkrwing are the special  prizes for the fall fair:  The Delta News, The Victoria  Times, The Vancouver Province,  ai'd Columbian.  T. J. Trapp & Co., one carving  set, best lady rider.  E G Prior & Co, one Dietz car-  carriage lamp, best lady driver.  H McDowell, most prizes in Division B, driving whip  Grant & Kerr, most prizes in  Division B, Cand best two squashes  $S eacn-  Brackman   &   Ker, best filling  Marshall Smith, most prizes in  Division H, $5  John Mackenzie, goods to the  value $5, most prizes in Divison L-  J.. F. Stainton, one wringer, for  best laundried shirt by amateur, in  Division L  The Delta News, for best looking baby, born in the Delta district  since the first of tbe year, $5  John Oliver, M.P.P., best collection of Agricultural products $5.  Entries to be made before Sept 20th.  F J MacKenzie, best writing one  hundred words, girl or boy, fifteen  years and under, writing desk,  value $2.50, same as above, ten and  under, writing desk, value $1.  B S McDonald, principal Ladner  school, best map, girl or boy fifteen  years and under, istjjSi, 2nd 50 cts,  3rd 25 cents  Victoria Truck and Dray Co, for  best sucking colt by "Newman,"  ist $7.50, 2nd $5, 3rd $2.50.  In the prize list the special  prices under Divison M, given by  Johu Mackenzie and J. F. Stainton  go to Division L. Exhibitors will  please take notice.  The "Baby Show" entries- are  free, and anyone wishing to make  entries for same can receive entry  forms from the sectretary.  HORSE RACES  Programme of Horse Races to be  held on Saturday, September  27th, at 1 o'clock p. m.  1. FREE FOR ALL—Trotting  or pacing; 1 mile heats, best 2 in 3;  to be driven in road carts. Time  limit 3 minutes. Distance 80 yards.  Purse $40.  2. GREEN HORSES.—Trotting or pacing; open to all horses  that have never won public money;  1 mile heats, best 2 in 3, to be  driven in road carts.    Purse $30.  3. FREE FOR ALL—Running  race; yd mile repeat; catch weights.  Purse #20.  4. PONY RACE.—14^ hands  and under; l/2 mile and repeat;  catch weights.    Purse $20.  5. NOVELTY RACE.—One  mile dash ; catch weights ; winners  at each % mile to receive quarter  the purse. Winners of races 3 and  4 to be barred.    Purse $10.  6. SLOW RACE. — Half-mile  dash; ridersto be changed by judge.  Purse $5.    Entrance free.  Entrance to be ten per cent of advertised purses. Five horses to enter in each race and three to start.  If any of the above races do not fill  the committee reserves the right to  withold from any race the entrance  fees from any missing horse or horses.  In the free for all trot or pace any  horse distancing the rest, only first  money will be paid, and if the mile  in each heat is not trotted' or paced  within the three minute limit, the  race will be declared off and the  horses will lose their entrance money.  In the event of any race not filling the committee will make post  Westminster - Shamrock  Lacrosse on Sept. 30  and Oct. 2.  The weekly market held on Friday was an average one. Fruit  was unsalable while other lines  were active. Poultry with the exception of duckswas readily bought  up. Ducks were slow and went at  reduced prices. There was no  change iu potatoes.  BKKP per pound  Hindquarters ,   8c.  Forequarters    5>a to 6  MDTTON  Whole    9  PORK  Whole    8  THAI.  Small     lo  BUTTKR     2*c  Jack  I'otfltowi    6o to 75  Onions     l.(ir)  Csbbuge      50 Lu 75  Oats        $20 to $24 ton  per do;:.  Kggs    301035 c  Fowls      $6 to Jo.50  Broilers    3 00 to 4 50  FRUIT  per box.  Apples    51 to 85  Plums '.     30 to   5.)  Primes    35 to 5,  Pears  So  Peaches     75c per crate  Blackberries    $1.50  The lacrosse team are hard at  practise for the games with the  Shamrocks during the provincial  fair. The two teams will meet on  Sept. 30th and Oct. 2. Great  crowds are expected on these days  and a large bleacher stand is being  erected on the lower end of the  playing oval. The Westminsters  defeated the Vancouvers here on  Saturday last 14 to 1. Vancouver  was never in it. Victoria is playing here this afternoon.  Many residents of this city intend taking iu the Delta fair. The  steamer Transfer will leave iiere on  Saturday at 10 a. m., returning in  the evening.  Arrangements for the great provincial fair are going rapidly forward and the fair promises to be a  great success. The exhibits have  already commenced to arrive.  Mrs. Eric Anderson of Cloverdale fell dead in Dr. Kendall's office at that place ou Tuesday. She  had been waiting the return of the  doctor when her husband seen her  swoon back dead. She was  56 years of age and had been  in this province over twenty years.  She leaves a husband and five  children to mourn her loss.  OAT SHIPMENT.  This season has been an exceptionally good one for the farmers of  the Delta. Hay and grain have  been produced in abundance. The  shipment of oats this week alone  from Ladner amounted to over r,ooo  tons, besides there is about 200 ton  on the wharves awaiting shipment.  Of hay about 120 tons were shipped and 75 of potatoes. At Port  Guichon, Stinbury and other landings large amounts were transported.  Assault Case.  On Monday evening a young  man working at one of the farms  ou the trunk road was up iu the  police csurt, charged with assaulting a chinaman and was fined $2.50.  He was riding along with some  others when they met several chinamen who scattered and one came  in contact with the bicycle of the  accused, when the complainant used  his pack stick and struck the rider,  who grabbed the stick and poked  the chinaman iu the face incidentally knocking out a much decayed  tooth. The young man admitted  striking the chinattan, but claimed  the running into the other chinaman wus accidental, and that the  complainant struck him first and  called him bad names. The magistrate expounded on the subject of  fast riding and imposed the fine  mentioned above.  entry races, open to all horses or  ponies not winning first money in  the other race3.  All entries for the above races  will be received at C. F. Green's  office not later than 12 o'clock noon,  on'Saturday, 27th Inst. Purses will  be divided 70 per cent, and 30 per  cent, in all cases, except Novelty  Race.  Sports Committee:  A. DAVIE,  W. A. KIRKLAND,  F. J. GREEN.  Visiting   Workmen.  Provincial Grand Master Workman F. W. Welsh of Vancouver,  accompanied by F. L. Budlong, R.  Woods, and Dr. Dalby of the same  city arrived in Ladner Tuesday  evening and made an official visit  to Delta Lodge No. 12 A. O. U. W.  A large number of the members  were in attendance to meet the  grand master who initiated two new  member, while several other applicants will be taken in next meeting.  The grand master was well pleased  with the progress of Delta lodge  and ccngrat lated tlie members on  their faithful efforts in furthering  tlie good work of the order. The  party returned to Vancouver Wednesday morning.  Conservatives.  At the British Columbia Conservative Convention which met at  Revelstoka last Friday, the follow,  ing resolution was unanimously carried: " That in the opinion of this  convention the stability of government and beneficial legislation can  best be secured by the introduction  of party politics in local elections,  and that such policy be adopted."  Charles Wilson, K.C., was retained  as leader of the party.  Eastern despatches say that L.  W. Paisley, secretary of the B. C.  Live Stock Association has shipped  seven carloads of pure bred Ontario  stock to British Columbia for breeding purposes on Tuesday.  Fishermen   Accept   Sixteen and a Half Cents  ' For Their Fish.  Sixteen and a half cents is the  price for salmon accepted by the investigation committee of the fishermen, which was appointed to look  into this matter. The fishermen  at first maintained that a higher  figure was due them. After tha  pack was checked up the Canners*  Association communicated with  those who had supplied the fish  and said that sixteen and a half  cents would be offered. This price  was based on the average pack, ia  accordance with the sliding schedule of prices mutually agreed upon  when the fishing began.  About a week ago the association  sent a letter to the fishermen, but  up to date .has received no reply.  It is stated, however, on good authority, that the investigation committee of fishermen accepted the  offer made. The B. C. Packers'  Association, said that most of the  fishermen in the employ of the canneries included in the association  had been paid at the rate of it>%  cent3 per fish.  The municipal council meets this  afternoon.  Mrs. J.  A.  Patterson returned  from Westminster Thursday.  K. McRae the well known tailor  of Westminster was in town yesterday.   _ r  A'.ex Patterson manager of Io>  vei holm farm returned from West*  minster yesterday from a business  trip.  Tie Guild of the Church of  England will be held at the resi»  deiue of Mrs. Ric. A. Fraser on  Thursday,   S. Huff is building a large grain»  cry on the corner of his farm near  the Trunk road.  J.  B.  Elliott has  charge of the work.  The steamer Transfer will commence the winter schedule on Mon*  day, leaving Westminster at 2  o'clock instead of three.  A delegation of the Ladner  Cornet Band waited on the council  last Saturday and asked for a grant  to assist the band financially. Thejr  received $100.  Mrs. J. F. Stainton returned on  Thursday after several days visit in  Victoria. Her mother, Mrs Calhoun  accompanied her and will remain s  short time visiting with   friends.  Why buy from some traveling  agent that is here today and away  tomorrow. Call at the Drug Store  and see our late improved gasoline  lamps before purchasing. Prices  consistent with quality. See ad in  this issue. F.J. MacKenzie, agent,  _ THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1902.  ■THE   DELTA   NEWS  .BY RIC   *.. .ERASER.  Subscription Prior. per year in advance, .Ji.n;  .SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, IQ02  THE MONTHLY HARVEST.  eminent Holland horticulturist before he came .to America and _is  recommendation regarding the black  spot will be generally effective.  N^'MB  Fall Fairs.  The following dates of Fall Fairs  have been announced:  Langley—Sept. 17.  Kelowna—Sept. 17,  18  Maple Ridg e—Sept.  18  Kent—September 18.  Nanaimo—September 19, 20.  Vernon—Sept. 22, 23, 24.  Surrey—September 23.  Comox—September 24, 25.  Chilliwack—Sept. 24, 25, 26.  Kamloops—Sept. 24, 25, 26.  DELTA—September 26, 27.  Ashcroft September 26, 27.  Cowichau—September 26, 27.  Central Park—Sept. 26' 27.  Coquitlam—Sept.  27.  New Westminster—September 30  October 1, 2, 3.  Victoria—Oct. 7, 8, o, 10, 11.  Now that the farmers of Delta  •Municipality have safely housed the  ■largest and finest crop of hay and  grain that was ever raised on the  •Delta lands, it might do well to call  .their attention to the subject of winter dairying. A creamery to operate successfully must receive a regular supply of milk, and this can  only be furnished, especially in the  winter time, by the farmers looking after the feed and water of their  cows and milking as regularly as  they have hitherto done. Keep up  .the flow of milk by all means  .though it costs a little extra time  and labor, aud now that the harvest  ;is over you will be able to supply  ,the regular amount of milk to the  creamery at greatly increased prices.  Every farmer in this community  has more or less interest in the  creamery, which may suffer from  .the indifference of the patrons and  make it harder every year to keep  .up the support. The farmers are  well aware that the returns for  their crops comes all at once a year,  whereas the returns from the creamery are monthly and puts the farmers in a position to buy his supplies,  labor, etc. oil a cash basis. It is  the direct interest of our creamery  to encourage winter dairying and  to give the winter patrons the best  possible price for their milk. Once  more   we   say,   don't   neglect the EvBryiM„„ f„ Marn0SS  a i 'i  FRESH  TPUITS  Peaches,  Apricots,  Pears,   Plums,  Prunes, &c.  Moderate   Prices  CITY BAKERY '  t  4  *  -f  *  *  +  A  ♦  A  4-  A  t  - .  " A man is known by the company  he keeps"  t  •2*  $  i  *  i  t  ±  The fll wing distinguishd persmjas h \/i 1  BELL P  Her Royal Highness  the  Princess  of Louise  Her Majesty the Queen of Italy  His Majesty the  King of Holland  His Imperial Majesty the Emperor  of Japan  His Imperial Majesty the Sultan of  Turkey  Rt Hon The Marquis of Lansdowne  Rt Hon The  Marqnis of Duflferin  and Ava  Countess Adelina Patti Nfcolini  Sir John Stainer Mus, Doc London  Count Von Filbinger of Austria and  many other members of Royalty  and Nobility.  *  A  4-  A  ♦  $  In selecting a Piano see that it has the improved 4 Pedals  Full Metal Plate, Bushed Tuning Pins, the Illimitable,  Double Repeating Action.  You will be in good company if you buy a  Art Bel! Piano  +  ■^^■^•^^■^^  DO VOU NEED  HARNESS  If so place your order early  and avoid tlie spring rush  . W. MONTELIUS  Exclusive Agent in B. C. for the "NEW ART" BELL and  other choice makes.  ± 410 Hastings, Street, VANCOUVER.  4-  i  *  t  4-  creamery and your monthly harvest,  •but if necessary take part of the  proceeds of your crop and replenish  .the stock of cows and so keep up  .the supply of milk during the winter to your own advantage.  Remedy for Black Spot.  A. von Holderbek, commissioner  of the horticultural department of  )Vhe state of Washington has demonstrated after a series of experiments iu Thurston county that the  dreaded black black spot, one of  the most- -disastrous fruit pests in  this state, can be effectively eradicated. The remedy is so simple  that it seems absurd that the farmers have permitted their orchards  to be ruined for nearlv  ten   vears 1  IL Will  and Szddfery at  Moderate Prices.  1  h. Mcdowell,  LADNER. B. C.  •••**♦•••**♦.••«*♦ ■••**♦•*•♦*♦.••♦*•••.***■•«*•-«>•**»-_-**♦.•. **♦  J. HENLEY  NEW WESTMINSTER,  Ii. c.  .♦♦ Manufacturers of all kinds ol  Soda  Water, Ginger  Ale and Summer  Drinks.  Your patronage solicited  Rosi-s.   Rhododendrons,   Agnlns,  Sliadc   Trees,  Small Fruits.  Greenhouse and betiding out plants, at less than  enst'-Tll or forc^;:i prices.  Clean certificate from the inspector.  Harden, Weld, and Flower Seeds.   Each variety  tested as to vitality, and at close prices.  Benillxcrs,   llee   Supplies,   Asricuitural  Imple  nieiits, &c.  New catalogue tells you all about it.   Call and  examine our stock nad get our list or send  Ibr it: it will :....e you money. ^,  Address ' ■•.  JYL   J.   HENRY,  3300 Westminster KC_d,    -   -    Vancouver, B. C.  ••••£♦•••»*♦•••♦*♦* e»*J*< a>t*« •••+**•••»*» ••••**•••**•••> »*»•••**•  CHURCH   NOTICES,  BAPTIST,  .    Services will be  held  on Sunday  by the pest,  yet reports from the evening at 7{30,  I W  Williamson,  West Side fruit districts show that I Pa stt r  CATHOLIC  the crop this year has been seriously affected by the same ci.use. It  may be general throughout the  state, but only a few districts have  been visited by the new hor:icul-  tural commissioner.  The means by which the pest is  killed is to sprinkle lime on tbe  soil which in the localities where  black spot is prevalent does not eon-  tain a sufficient percentage of potash. The contact of the lime with  the soil produces a nourishment  jffhich has heretofore been lacking.  The series of experiment? which  were conducted in Thurston county  demonstrated that this siir.p'e remedy is effective at least on the West  Side.    Mr. von  Holderbek was an  Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin,  0. M. I. Services first and third  Sunday of each month ;:l 10:30 a hi.  ST. AND_E\y'S  PRESI1YTERIAN  Services next Lord's Day at 3p.11  Sabbath School   at 2 p m     Midweek meeting on Thursday.evening  at 7:30 o'clock     Thomas Oswald,  minister.  AT.I.  SAINT'S  TRENANT  Service will be Vield in ihe evening at  7:30 o'clock by Rev Dell  METHODIST.  Services next Lord's tjay at 11 a.m  and 7:30. p.m.  Everybody   invited.    A N   Miller,  pastor  For first class Tonsorial  work go to McClellan's  (WIS. In, PijR ETC  Try Slioff's New war TI11C ,,1'URiTANOS.'  BBtfbS'iF'PQ  BBwBk 9  LAi'\'ER, B, C.  P. SHI K. LEY, Proprietor  Conveniently  situated  and  first class in every particular.  BEST CUISINE SERVICE  )e®e_«Oo$e_<»9a&eeet)e_ecaee)eOee)e#ee)*_*4K_e#«_  II:-:  JOHN SIMPSON, Proprietor.  efitted throughout    with New Horses, New Buggies  and Hacks.    Good saddle Horses alway on hand.  2  $  t  I  Lowest Rates. - - Telephone No, ij.  _  $*9e@>»$«_e«ee)e_*eee)e«ee«e0ee)ee)ee>et>e _••••••••  FOR SALE.  A    registered    Shorthorn    roan  bull, calved March  1901, and also  spring bull calves for sale.   Apply to  W. H. LADNER,  LADNER, B. C.  P. Clari  General Blacksmith  Ladner, B. C.  First class  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers:  *_.  class work  Horseshoing  a specialty.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that thirty  days after date I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for a lease of the foreshore of Kwomais Point situate in  New Westminster district, commencing at a point marked H C. on  the south east corner of Kwomais  Point, thence one mile in a north  westerly direction.  Hakky Carter.  Dated 16th July, 1902.  Insure your Stocks, Houses and  P.arns in the Anglo-American and  Equity Fire Insurance Companies. We are not in the Insurance  Trust, and can positively save you  money.    Call or write for rates.  A. W. McLeod,  DISTRICT AGENT,  Office: Burr Block, Columbia street,  'Phone 62.       New Westminster  Iff  ui  WIS'  LADNER, B. C.  ALEXANDER, PROP.  Livery rigs and  saddle  horses for  hire.     Horses bought and sold  on commission.  ^eamdngdone on short notice,  0. T. Bahcr  II HI!  Pil ■■  Ladner, B. C,  Ag«nt for  I'S  A full »to_ ef (Iux2le«, C.irriiiijcn *lwum «i;  Hand.   Repairing of nil description*.  G. W. Rudd  House Painting  Ladner, B. C.  All kinds of painting  done.  Your orders solicited.  ■»~l'+*$*A.*.A-»A+-A.+A.+A+~y»A+»)i  The Delta News  One Dollar a Year •THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1002.  &en The 'Crops Are In.  •"There's  a kind of happy feelin'  creeps down a feller when  He'* got his punkins gathered and  the haymow's full agen;  There's hope in all the breezes that  come blowin' from the hill,  i&nd you git to thinkin' God is .up  there somewhere still;  tSnhet a putty sight ithe wheat is as  fit's piled up in the'bin !  fOh(!   rit's good   to  be   a   farmer  •when the crops  Are  In  "it't lively in the city and it's very  quiet here;  There the hurry and the racket  _eep»,agcjin' all the year;  There most every day's,excitin' and  •they keep It up at night,  Misery mf.» person gazes there is  _ome oneqmmon sigiht.  $nd   I s'pose it's never lonesome  livin' round the haunts of sin—  $ut the city people never havettheir  crops  All  In  ■"Tbefs many* day .of toilin' and  there's many an ache and pain,  And there's Jots and Iota of fret tin'  jt the dryness or the rain,  -Ther*;* the tweeds and worms and  insects that the farmer has to fight,  ^But the good &ord doesn't often fail  to pull 'im through all right.  And *he sweetest satisfaction that a  _9ftal man can win,  0ett tf>f hovers rou^d the farmer  whqp the crops  Are  in."  jLord (Dundflnald h^ (dcc,ided ^o  jHaaugur«(e at<#ncc mfrd*^n tac%s  /And new methods of iii&'tauction in  ithe Canadian snilitia, based upon  (the lessons of the war in South  Africa. A militia order just issued  /decrees the abolition of the swerd  ,:aa a cava lry arm in the field, nnd  fdirccts that cavalry drill ha confiiwd  £0 the simplest methods, directed  ^rhe_y to rapid rendezvous formations, tbe construction of defence  <aror^_ and accuracy i&tgtfle fire.  J Pridham, of Kejbwna, got $3,  600 for his fruit crop pf 25 acres .of  *$0t*., qb'rries and plums ?this  season.  Cr<$#je is satisfied with the peace  (terms and urges Boer and Brito n to  Work hand in hand.  Little Mary was discussing the  (pie.it hereafter with her mamma,  •rhan the ieilowing .ensued;  '"Mamma will yon go to heaven  when yon die?"  ■"••yes I hope so, child."  •"Well, I Ihope I'll go, too, because  you'll be so lonesome."  "Oh, yes, and I hope your papa  Will go, too."  "Oh, no, bapa can't go; he can't  Jeave the store."  Someone once sent to Eugene  yield a poem entitled: "Why Do  I Live?"  Mr.   Field   sent back the reply  "Because   you sent your verse by  pail,"    Mrs. Stubb—They have captured  Che   cleverest  hotel  robber in the  ' ,country, John..  Mr. Stittii«>_-ft«leed.! Which hotel  :0hffm?  We have the stock, we know how  to treat you well, and feel that we  are entitled to your patronage. Try  us for anything usually kept in a  first class drug store.  Specialties:  MAGAZINES, STATIONERY,  AND SPECTACLES.       -     -  F. J. MacKenzie,  (Ml 001 Dflfli  LADNER,    -   -   -   -   B. C.  Drugs, medicines, toilet articles,  stationery supplies, sporting goods,  etc., delivered free at Boundary  Bay Tuesdays and Fridays.  muir paper  llll 18,«[«.'  We have in stock Fruit Paper, cut  proper size for wrapping pears,  apples, etc., the same kind as used  by California fruit growers.  Price 7 U2 Cents Pound  Also make Ktrblier Stamps for fruit boxes.  Mackay&Southon  Columbia street,   -   NKW WBSTMWSTBH.B.C.  THE  F>£LTA   NEWS  ON;_: DOLLAR A YEAR  Subscribe for it.  W. N..  DRAPER,  PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR  Room 2. Kllard Block, INe.fp Westminster; B.C.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  after date I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and  WotKS for a lease of the foreshore  of English Bluff beach, situate in  New Westminster .-district, com  mencing at a post marked G. H,. W-  thence west, north westerly oe.  mile.  George Henry West.  Dated 2ist July, 1902. »  NOTICE.  Take notice that thirty days after  date I intend to apply to the Hon.  the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for a lease of the foreshore of that portion of Blackie's  Spit, situate in New Westminster  District commencing at a post  marked G. H. W. thence six hundred and twenty yards (620) in a  south easterly direction, thence  eleven hundred and thirty-five yards  (1135) in an easterly direction.  George Henry West.  Dated 16th July 1902.  NOTICE  NOTICK is hereby given that thirty days after  date I intend to apply to the chief commissioner of lands and works for a lease ofthe foreshore of Dedwell Harbor on Pender Island, commencing at a post on Wallace Point marked W.  Mc. and extending in a north westerly direction  one mile on south shore of Bedwell Harbor.  Dated July roth, ioj2.  W. McCRKA.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that thirty days after  date I intend to apply to the chief com  mistiiouer of lands aud works lor a lease of the  foreshore, commencing at a post marked H. R.  on the south east point of Pender Island and extending one mile iu a north westerly direction  to the mouth or Bedwell Harbor.  Dated Julyioth, iooj-  IlCOH   RADFORD,  Hotel Colonial  J. K. INSI.KY, Prop.  Rates, $1.50 and J2,oo per day.  Special   attention given   to Commercial  Traveller-.  Cor. McKenzie and Clorkson Sts.  New Westminster, B. C.  Clarington Hotel  South Westminster, B C  strictly first cIium accommodation.   Good stabling',   Careful attention given, to horses.  J. WISE, Prop  HOTEL LELAND    R. DoWSwell, Prop. Vancouver, B, C.  One block from C. P. K. Depot and Steamboat  wharved. Newly renovated and remodelled.  Hates, $i.$o to $2 per day.  Cor. Granville nnd HastiiignSta.   -   -   -   Tel. 14.  Surrey Hotel,  SOUTH WKSTMINSTI-R, II. C  firs. K. George, Proprietress.  Newly furnished throughout.   First class accom  modation.   Choice liquors and cigars.  Good stabling in attendance.  Farm For  80 acres of good Delta land  for sale.     Easy terms of pay  ment.  A. De R. TAYLOR.  Ladner, B. C.  ii in  Across America.  A solid vestibuled train daily in  each direction.  Leaves Westminster, ioa.111. ferry  Arrives Westminster by 2:30 p.m.  ferry.  Finest .equipment in tlie west.  Fastest time to Kootenay and the  east. Tickets 011 sale to all points  in Europe.  D. P. SANDERSON, Agent.  NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.  C. P. IS. Co. .  TIME TABLE  NEW W_STMINST_ R-STKVKSTON  ROUTK.  Steqirier Tranefer, leaven New Westminster, Monday 5 a.m. and 3 p.  _..-, Tues., ed., Thurs., Friday  3 p.m, Saturday 2 p.m. Leaves  Steveston Mon., Tues., ed.,  Thurs, 7 a. in, Friday 6 m.,  and Saturday 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.  calling at Fraser River landings.  between New Westminster and  Steveston.  VICTORIA NKW WESTJtfNSTEHS  KOUTE.  S.S.   Princeis   Louise   loaves Victoria  Tuesdays   an$l Fridays   at 7   a.m.  Loaves   New   Westminster   Wednesdays   arid   Saturdays esi 7   a. m.,  calling  at  ilayne,   Steveston   and  Guichon.  NEW TVESTMiiNSTJttl-UHlLLI WACK  ROUTK".  S.S. Reavqr leaves New Westminster  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at S a.m. Loaves Chilliwaok  Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Saturdays at 7 a.m., oalling at I'lnser  Kiver landings between New  Westminster and Chilliwack.  ALASKA KOUTE.  For Skugway direct, Steamship  Amur.  VICTORIA-VANCOUVER KOUTE.  S.S. Chormor leaves Victoria duily _t  1  a.m.    S.S. Churraur leaves Vancouver daily at 1:15 p.m.  WEST COAST ROUTE-.  Steamer Quean  City    leaves   Victoria  1st, 10th  nnd __tli day of mouth  for    Ft.     Renfrew,    Cnromanah,  Clnoosc,  Dodgers  Cave, Ecolo, Al-  berni, Soohart,  Uclnlet, Olayoquot-  and Ahouset.    For Cape Scott und  intermediate   ports    on   _!tk   of  month.  NORTHERN li.C.  COAST ROUTE.  S.S. 'lees leaves Victoria 11- p.m.  1st  and J 5th of month.    Leaves Vancouver 2 ii.ui. on 2nd and Kith of  11:011th,   for Alert   Lay,   Fort   Rupert,   Rivers   Inlet,   jN'miiu,    Mellu  Telia,    China    Hat,    Lowe    Inlet,  Skeena   Kiver,    MetlakatloB.,   Port  Simpson, Nuns Kiver and intermediate ports, oalling at Bella Coola  and Skidsgrnte once a month.  All   steamers   from   Vancouver   sail  from C.l'.R wharf.    Tho Company reserves   the   right    of   ohnuglhft   time  table at  any  time    without   notification.  For    full    particulars    as   to   time,  rates, etc., apply to nearest agent, or  to  J. W. TROUP, E. J. COYLE,  Mjnng-er, Asst. (!en. Pass Agt.  Victoria. Vancouver.   II ill - II   Under the auspices of-   ;i in mm D nil m of i I   _—WILL  BE  !IKLD  AT   IV E W ESW1U 8 TJEB, B. ,C.  - ON-   —  September 30th, October igt, 2nd and 3rd, inclusive  OPEN TO THE WORLD  $20,000   -  In   rhr.es and Attractions   -   $20,00$  -ATTRACTIONS-  C.orner Stone Carnegie Library  will be laid with appropriate ceremonies by the M. W. Grand Lodge,  A. F. & A. M. of British Columbia.  ■ LACROSSE MATCH  SHAMROCKS,  OK MONTREAL,  (Champions ofthe world,)  vs.  WESTMINSTER  LACROSSB TEAJf  (Champions of B. ,C.)  BAND  TOURNAMENT  Magnificent Electrical Illuminations  Grand Concerts, Scottish Sports.  Monster Excursions from all points at .greatly reduced rates.  EXECUTITE—T. J. I'rapp, (President); Aid. Sinclair, Aid. Ryall, Aid. Hart, G. D. Brymner, W. J.  Mathers, R. F. Anderson, W. K. Gillcy, I,. A. Lewis. R. J.ardine, Geo. Adanu.  GOD   SAVE   THE   KING.  I-'or Prize Lists, Entry Forms and full particulars write to  T. J. TRAPP,  President.  W. II. KHAKV,  Manager and Secretary.  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B.C.—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX-With Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  B. WILBERG & CO- new westminstsk, b. q.  p. o. uox 661.  + «  t   Farm Implements ]  A  t Of all kinds.      New and up-to-date.      Farmers    \  f should not be without machinery for iheir farms    •  J   Cyi^leiy De])artineiit •  Has been restocked with  the best makes of Bi-    '  cycles.     You can  buy a  Bicyde «t it-he .lowest    !  price.    Repairing of all kinds. )  Wasliiiig1 MacMoes ;  T Makes washing an easy task.      To see  q»e of  T these machines will convince you tthey.^are O.K.  I GENERAL  AUCTIONEER.  I J. F. Stainton, « Ladner.  -H»f +W'-i 'MM -I-i-t' ♦ ♦!■ ♦ -I' 4 'I' * +*W .♦,'!■ ♦ '!■ ♦ ■!■ ♦ ■!■♦ >M <h ♦ »♦ ^ti  Binder Twine,   alfttg Wire  Baling Ties  Cheapest and Best  R. r_ ANDERSON & CO  NEW WESTMlNSTI.k', B. C.  ■fr4^»»H'fr4*H'4*4'l'H'4'H'H -H-4+4  f  Delta Transfer Stable  LADNER, B. C.  SING5UE ANV DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE U0RS8S  ON SHORT NOTICE  Team Work Done at Specially Low Prices.  I JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  A Telephone " Ladner" No. 10.  *  lb<t Belts Dews, $1 j #/ j  •.■%-%^*-»-»-%^-% ■*•»•%.■%.■% ♦». ■♦■♦*■'*■%.■%. ^-♦♦•'••■•'••■»-^^%<».'%-%'%.t.^k.»>-%^»^. aVi'A N£W„, ^.I'lt'xuiiV, s^FILiviBJiK. 20, 1902.  ' "  LOCAL   NEWS.       !Al!CtiQH      SbM  Read W. E. Sinclair's ad, the  ieadiug shoe store of Westminster.  Mrs. Hays spent a few days this  week iu the cities visiting with  friends.         Mrs. W. L. McBride and children were visiting in the Royal City  this week.  Rev. and Mrs. Williamson and  daughter visited Lulu Island on  Wednesday.  Mrs. W. H. Smith has been  spending the past week with relatives in Vancouver.  Mrs. Hutcherson and Miss Wad-  hams went up to Westminster Wednesday 011 a few days visit.  The last Thursday of each month  will be visiting day at the Ladner  public school. Parents and others  Cordially invited.  The heavy smoke and fog the  past week bas been bad and at  times it was impossible to travel,  not being able to see the walks or  roads.  Miss Gwendoline and Winnifrec  Bell daughters of Rev. and Mrs  Bell of Surrey, lefc last Friday foi  All Hallow's school at Yale.  An auction sale ofthe household  effects of J. A. Shoff will take place  on Tuesday afternoon at his residence. Mr. Rich will have charge  pf-the sale.  Household Furniture and  Effects :  Comprising : 1 Organ; extension  dining table, lounge, 6 oak chairs,  2 rockers, oak center table, 1 oak  bedstead, 1 maple bed room suite,  1 toilet set, 2 mattrasses, 2 spring  mattrasses, Singer sewing machine, cook stove, 2 beaters, carpets, ping pong table and set,  kitchen table, dishes and kitchen  utensils, tin and graniteware,  quantity fruit jars, barber's bones  and razors, 1 wheel barrow, lawn  mover, garden tools, bucksaw, 3  hives of bees, 2 dozen chickens  and ducks, which  Will be sold by auction under instructions from Mr. J. A. Shoff, at  his residence, in the village of Lad-  , ner on  Tuesday, September 23rd  at 2 o'clock, by  H. N. RICH,  Auctioneer.  Terms cash.  IIW«■  V ;   Hi  2 I'-JjJiil*  Vi-Bt&timaner  and Jfeweler  LADNER, P.. C  M  A full stuck of high grade1**  |ewelc r; , Watches, and Clocks j ®  _ 1 i f  DRYGOODS I  GENT'S     {  FURNISHINGS  BOOTS  &  SHOES  FOR   BARGAINS  IN    THESE     GOODS  CAI.E ON  An up-to-date and new stock of  drygoeds arrived this week. The  latest in ladies hats, children's hood,6  etc., also a nice line of boy's suits,  at Mackenzie's Drygoods Store.  J. A. Bates who has been teacher  Ln the second division of Ladner  school since the first of the year,  will leave shortly for Vancouver  where he has accepted a position in  the east end school of that city.  Repairing a specialty. If you have  any work leave it with me and I  will guarantee satisfaction.  -«v•«.•*.^».^i. ^-f*^-*.■%.-»!. -^-ik*k*.-a.^%^ a.-^^.  4t?  !_  mu its  Peaches,   Apricots,  Pears,  Plums,  Prunes, &c,  Moderate   Prices  CITY BAKERY  . L HcBRIDE  2  i  PORT GUICHON, B. C.  'Phonb s  CHOICE  GROCERIES  COME  AND INSPECT  THESE  GOODS-  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  BEST       T  BRANDS OF J  FLOUR     t  FIFTEENTH    ANNUAI,    UXHIBITION  to be held  <_>^%^4b>5li "t ■%-"*  DO YOU NEED  uniuuL  SEPTEMBER 26th, 27th  HAPNrSS  If so place your order early  and avoid the spring rush  -at—  Horse    Races,    Athletic  Sports, etc.  Ladner  Cornet  Band  will be in  attendance.  A. DE R. TAYLOR,  Secretary.  i "ir w  IS  MAIiH   IN  Over 100 Styles?  Wall lamps, stand  lamps,   bracket  lamps, pendants, chandeliers,  Harp, etc., 100 to 400  Candle Power.  Everything in Gasoline Lamps.  Everything in Harness  and Saddlery at  Moderate Prices.  f  f  i  •!•  -f  4-  A NEW LINE OF  LADIES BLOUSES INDIES SAILORS  LADIES SKIRTS LADIES WHITE UNDERWEAR £  AND STAPLE DRYGOODS  FRESH :-: GROCERIES  EVERY s* WEEK  t et  0* J. ijtminm  I  it. Mcdowell,  LADNER. B. C.  &,-!*x\ ;>-_--T>.^^h^.'a,-«av':  I  *  %  o  -  i  A large stock of Loaded Shells |  Smokeless and Black 'Powder at  \ ROBERT MAY  Lad er,  B. C.  */=» c  _  II  ii  I  ■  3:  i  >  jf  \d\  uroccnes  Service will be held in the Presbyterian church next Lord's Day at  3 p. m., at the close of which the  sacrament ofthe Lord's Supper will  be dispensed.     Sabbath  school at  2 p.m. Midweek meeting on Thurs- j The Best Street Light Co j \  day evening at 7:30 o'clock.  V  t   Tinware. Oranitewsre, Etc.  }  * *  f     k:LJ -'   v 'i-/    > ■     ■ : -t<--   <0    p  t  y   hotitydry   Cay's, t  Oxi'<     Stove;! 1 nd Ranges,    t  '['[■     est on tha market.        5  ^   Atfenl for  J The   (  i  Owing to the agricultural fair  tjowing on Friday and Saturday,  next weeks issue of The News may  probably be published a few hours  later than usual so as to get in the  full account of the; winners of the  prizes.  THE AUER  GASOLENE LAMPS  gives 100-cat die power for each  burner at Lalf the. cost of oil,  acetylene or incadescent electric  light. It is the only lamp which  docs hot have to he taken down  tofHl—tbe reservoir is removable.  It is self cleanig.  TTIS  SAME IS FUT.I^V  GUARANTEED  A. P. Veiacn, Agent, Ladner.  • -V.-1. i» o ' • ■ J> *.» * * •*•'-» »--5--^*i. o. ■»„•«. .v-a.  •••••••••.a_(.«.0*_sOttO*_-a   c<i:»_8f.i'i'X35*;©e'Cf'®<iQ,*©o3>  i   ■    mm       W    XL   Ifliy^  f MARSHALL SMITH  %  a  ^..i|;...^...vj;.o.;.:U...ij:c...j:.;...)!A..ij;...^  _m___ mT'/rtS. .«  -f fifif smmism  We 1 ave niore.Guui Boots in stock than any other store in the-city  In order to reduce our stock we well Sell for 30 Gays  Rffon's Snag -Proof Gum Boots at $5 and $5.50  Kegulsr Price $S.7S and $6.25  We also have large sizes in Hip Boots that we are selling at $.$..50.  w. e. si nclai r, \m 81 an oi New idftt  NOTICE TO  rrnen & Picnic  The new store at Boundary Bay is now completed and carrias a foil  lock of Choice Groceries, Canned-Goods and everything a camper need*.  Cigars and Sott Drinks. Good Bathlrijf.  NEW    LINE     IUST   AIT-JIVE) *l">!      I 'il-• I:  Latest in Ladies Hats, Children's Hoods, etc] K   OS HIHaKK  n't ffliss this opportunity to see and purchase these good;        • I LflUUllUlhiinliilj, LUl UVrU  J The  _ T)°  ®    • A  SPECIAL  LINE   LI"  f     Fine Nobby Eoy's Suits ofthe Best Quality  ittfifflN 18018 INK.  ©1  o  0  u  EB8J.1  :©G>»©*©>iffl3©»©'jK*C«(ii>  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Clark.  First class work. .       Your patronage solicited.  W. H, TAYLOR,     -     -     F1JOP.  ...........;.....;..o..;..«..;«...j..a.<..»-.:.-»-^.-«-.;.»' *-*'~A-~y»-A.».A^*~y»~l~«>.$>+*A.»A.vJ>r  'nn   HIVE SATISFACTION OR  MONEV  f% ■- . ! -vi-M  !i    '-" ■ r*  t?i FUNDED.  Approved by Canadian Fire Un-  derwriterfl' Association. . On view  yid for sale at the Drug Sto •?.  F. Jj» MacKnnzfo.   I  .".     at'       *.'*■ I*  i       K  w A  'i_?  __>__'i_i_S IFBi   with   SB faqfaba!!-    _,   '._K_   (__  W_%v Wi}stmin8terf B. 0.  '_f_i  '  __7_f  [ IE I  Clearing lines of Men's suits at following prices  ,"E£1_^iir_V"?_j__.'  ____«_iffm__f._iM fin1   -."?mi.VrtULJ/  ?__© Lesiding Insurana® A§$pti®& y  Old price $7.50 now $5-°°  "      "      9,00   "      6.50  y-5<  Old price 35to.oo now $ 8.50  "        " 14.8IO     " 10.iX)  ^F fe L$mna  1 *  Q.SO    "       7-oo  -■    J. E. PHILLIPS  70   7ti  Columbia Street    ;-;     New Westniinstsr,  v.r.^.  ♦>•..;.••• •»•<;»•»••;. ..♦;..•....•»•<  ..;..«..,...  i  ;..<,..;-....^..h3>>

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