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Array THE  V»l. I. No. 22.  LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY   19, loo>.  $1.00 a year.  The Fishermen Agree to  Canner's Terms.   El  even Cents Lowest  ,  The followi ng is the full text of  the agreement reached between the  fishermen and thecanners:  The committee ofthe Fraser River  Cannes' Association met a deputation of white fishermen on Monday afternoon, July 14, at 3 o'clock  Present, Messrs Henry Doyle, H.  Bell-Irving and J. A, Russell.  The fishermen's delegates were:  Mr. Prouse, Eburne Lodge: Mr.  Mackie, Westminster Lodge; Mr.  Dusenbury, Mr. Damer, Vancouver  Lodge; Mr.1 Taylor, president of  Grand Lodge, Canoe Pass; Mr. Hol-  crow, Westminster Lodge; Mr. Durham, secretary Grand Lodge.  The following proposition was  submitted: J 'That our union agrees  to fish throughout the season of 1902  for the prices stated in the canners'  circular of July 8, with the following amendments and additions:  "1! That the minimum price be  raised from'io}4 to n cents.'  'r2. That the canners agree to employ qot more than 2,000 boats dur-  jng the season, the members pf our  uniq'n and Indians taking the preference of boats and gear.  ''3. That the canners assist our  union iu the collection of union fees  and dues.  "4.- That the Canners will permit  a representative pf our union to look  over and check the canners' records  of catch and pack at the end of the  season.  ."5! That the 25th of August be  considered the last day of the sockeye^ season as to settlement, etc.  "6. That the last four clauses be  considered permanent and part and  parcel of any agreement our union  may enter with the canners in the  future!  Clause 2 was considered just and  it was explained that the canners  had already reduced the boats by  ■iopercent of last year's number and  and at this late date, it is very difficult and "impracticable to guarantee  to redueg the number further, but  the advisability of reducing same is  fully recognised.  Recollection of union subscriptions, it was agreed that if orders  are given by individuaffishermento  the bookkeepers of the canneries,  instructions will be given to honor  such fishermen having any amount  accruing to him.  It was agreed to allow a representative ofthe fishermen to check the  pack.  That the sockeye season shall close  on the 25th day of August, and a  count ofthe pack to be taken a week  thereafter.  ''  •Clause 1 was rken discussed, and  it was arranged to change the price-  list to read as foflows:  "Over 500,000 and up to 550,000  cases, 11 cents per'fi-di, and that advances to fishermen shall be made  at 11 cents'per fish'delivered.  "That tlie principles "embodied in  the four 1 revious clauses will re-  ceive the carefti} consideration ofthe  canners, in any subsequent negotiations wit'1 the fishermen.  ' 'Signad on behalf of the Fraser  River Canners' Association,  |r. D. BURDIS,   .  Secretary.  I'•Vancouver, July 14, 1902."  MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.  Council met in the council chambers on Saturday, July 12th. Present: Reeve Ladner, Councilors  McCallam, Arthur, Burr and Robertson.  The minutes ofthe previous meeting were adopted as read, after  which communications were disposed off as follows:  From Howay & Reid, F. Devlin,  Bank of Montreal, received and  filed. George Sprung received and  filed and clerk to reply.  On motion of Councilor Bnrr and  McCallan, Joseph Jordan was appointed constable for two months  from date.at same remuneration as  last year.  The following bylaws passed the  third reading: Revenue By-Law  1902; the Delta Dyking & Drainage 1892 Scheme By-Law No. 3.  Marshall Smith, nails and tools  $41.20; J Follis, work on dyke $29;  T Lassiter, work 0:1 ^dyke $43;  poles for dyke, G Williams $64.75,  S Raniage $32.75, J Buchan $25;  R Shirley, removing telephone  poles $36;   W Alexander,   driving  LOCAL   NEWS.  D. Walker and family of Westminster are camping at Boundary  Bay. ^_   Mrs. T. E. Ladner left for Vic-  torir Tuesday where Mr. Ladner is  at present.  £105,65; R Pybus  H.  is $5, C Davis  :   Ellis & Co.  undary Bay,  piles on dyke  Crescent island roar' $53.85  Weaver, wo/k east e.id box $2;  W Alexander, hauling lumber,  $23.15; work Boundary Bay road,  Sing $59-50. P Parmiter $32; J  Ellis $24, C Davis $56, W Ellis  $24: W Black, barrel cement $3.25;  A P Veutn. rerwirir:;'- piano $15;  N* A McDiarmld, salaiy $60; musk-  rat account $50; Ellen Pentou, care-  taking town hall $5; C Beadleson,  repairing wharf, Ladner 50 cents;  Peden Road, JjGilmonr $24, G London $6, C Albertson 5 24, F Kirkland $26, IT Peden f..-.20; Gowdy  roadWEliis$6, J K  $10, F 1'armiter $  graveling contract ]  Mathieson and Parmiter roads $270;  R H Gillespie, hauling lumber and  gravel $87.85; Reew f,adner refund paid for cleani: flood boxes  $1; hauling gravel, J Simpson $56.-  80; J Jordan $61.So; ,-junt $42.80;  D Wood $50.20, H N -bit $28.90;  H J Cresswell, work o . Trunk road  $1.50; G Ormistoi:, salary $60;  Kwoug Tong Chon;., work main  road $15.50; Delta News $11.50:  Grant & Kerr on account lumber  $400.  The council then adjourned to  meet again Saturday, J uly 26th, at  6 p. m.  B. C. Stuc!:nts.  Five British Columbia students  who are attending the San Francisco  College of Physicians nnd Surgeons  attained a higher average percentage in the recent examinations than  any five of any other district. N.  Allen, of Vancouver; B. Marshall,  of New Westminster; George Goos-  trey, oi'Ladners; II. 1 lemming, of  New Westminster; and George R.  Jackson, of Victoria, are those taking courses from this province at  that college. All;.i'. headed the  graduating class, Marshall was third  and Hemming did remarkably well  in the sophomore class. George R.  Jackson, although he spent only  half the term at colle c, out of a  possible 900 took 820 marks in all  examinations.  J. A. Shoff is back to work again  in his barber shop after a few weeks  visit to the Sound.  Ex-Mayor Thos. Ovens, and W.  T. Cooksley came down from New  Westminster to-day and will spend  a few days at the Bay.  Messrs Cunningham and Curtis  of Westminster who are connected  with the company who intend placing a steamboat on the lower Fraser  were in town Wednesday, inducing  people in this section to take stock  in the concern,   i  Alexander Harivey, who on Monday pk-aded gtiiltv to misapropriat-  the sum of $102 from the funds of  the Eburne' Lodge, B. C. Fishermen's Union, of which organization  he was secretary last year, was  sentenced to six months in New  Westminster jail, with  hard labor.  Miss Yiujleek of Westminster was  in town last Saturday making arrangements for the moonlight excursion to Ladner, Tuesday evening.  A number of friends of But Alexander gave him a pleasant surprise  party at his residence, at Boundary  Bay 011 Monday eveuing. Lancing  was indulged in; and during the  festivities refreshments were served-  Friends from Westminster and Ladner were in attendance.  The window cards which were  mentoned in last night's issue of  the Westminster's sheet as being  printed out of their town, were ordered from the I)i;i,/a Nicws office.  Delta trade is all right for the Royal City-hut they must not reciprocate.  The cards were tu advertise the excursion to Ladnsr on Tuesday evening. The main object ofthe item  was, no doubt,, to try and induce  people not to go on the excursion,  but the "patriotic" whine will  have little influence and the broad-  minded people will. patronize the  Ladner excursion and give the ha!  ha! to the sheet.  SUNDAY LAW..  Municipalities  Have  No  Power to Close Hotel.  Chief Justice Hunter, at Victoria,  Tuesday, handed down an important judgment on the appeal by  Hayes ft'oin a conviction under section 5 ofthe "Sunday Observance  By-law, 1895," Nanaimo, of being  found in a bar-room of Crescent  hotel, Nanaimo, between the hours  of 10 and t2 p.m., contrary to the  provisions of the by-law.  The Chiijf Justice held that there  was no power in municipalities to  close hoi els and other places not  within the category of -'saloons."  There were, he pointed out, obviously good reasons for keeping saloons  closed on Sundays and late hours of  night, but these did not apply to a  hotel, as the latier was the house of  a guest while staying there, and he  may be in the bai-roon during such  hours if he pleased.  He decided, therefore, that clause  3 ofthe by-law was ultra vires, and  3 fell with it. The whole by-law-  he ruled was bad, and the conviction set aifide with costs.  MARKET REPORTS.  New Westminster July 19.-—The  market this week was very good  considering that the farmers are  busy haying. Fruit was active as  also were poultry and eggs. Meats  were scarce and veal was weaker.  BKKF per pound  Hindquarters    te.  Forequarters    5J4 to 6  MUTTON  Whole.....    y to 10  PORK  Whole    8  VEAI,  Small    10;;  BDTTF.R        17 to 25c  sack     ton  Potatoes, old    joe to 65  "      new    i..?5  Cabbage     75  Hay  10  per doz.  Uggs    27 to 30 c  Fowls      js.jo  Ducks    $5.00 to 6.00  Broilers    3 00 to 4 00  FRUIT  Gooseberries   "           5c.  Cherries    7 to 10  Currents    5  per crate  Raspberries    11,25 to $1.50  Passed  Away  at  Greenwood, Monday.  Funeral  To-Morrow.  CONDOLENCE  The following personal letter of  condolence was received by Mrs.  Devereaux of Ladner this week  from R. Baden-Powell, major general of the South African Constabulary, in reference to her son "Percy."  South African Constabularly.  Johannesburg, 4, June, 1902.  1  Dear Madam:. You will have re-j  ccived by cable the sad news of the i  death of your son, Pte. Percy Leon-1  arcl Devereaux of this c^rps.  I deeply regret to have to confirm this. He way. one ot a column,  of the constabalarly who attacked  the Boers at Buffelsdoru in Western!  Transvaal. We inflicted a defeat  upon the enemy but iu doing So lost  one man killed, and four wounded'  among whom, was your poor son and  his officer, Lieutenant Tredeunick.  These both succumbed to their  wounds the following day, in spite  of every care  The case sterns so particularly  unfortunate as. this was the last engagement of the war. I can only  express to you my sincere sorrow  at the loss of so promising a member of our corps, and I beg to tender to yourself and to his relatives  my respectful sympathy in your bereavement.  Vou may rest assured that- his  grave will lie carefully tended by us  and a cross will be put up over rt to  his memory. Believe me, y-aurs  very truly  R.  BADKN-jjUWEU..  Rev. I. W. Williamsci. returned  Monday from Nelson where he had  been attending the Baptist conference. He held services in Kamloops last Sunday.  Mrs. H. T. Kirk and family of  the Royal city are- recuperating at  Blackie's Spit for a few weeks,  On Tuesday evening a garden  party will be held in the public  school grounds, in aid of the funds  of the reading room. An excursion  from Westminster will arrive about  eight o'clock when il is expected a  jarge crowd will take advantage of  the trip. The ladies connected with  the reading room will have refreshments prepared for everyone. Admission to the ground 25 cents, including refreshments,  The hearts of the Ladner people  were moved to almost inexpressible  sorrow on Tuesday morning last on  being  told   that   the  flags, which  hung half-mast related the sad news  that  Mrs. W. H. Norris was dead.  Mrs. Norris was the second daughter of the late John Kirkland and  Mrs. John Kirkland of Hazel Grove-  farm.     She   was   probably better  known as Mrs. Maedonald, having  been married early in life to Captain  Maedonald,   -ho  was lost at sea a  number of years ago.     Last April  she was married  to W. H. Norris,  of Midway, where she resided until  the time of her illness^ when she  was removed to the Greenwood hospital for medical treatment, where  she   died   rather   unexpectedly on  Monday evening.      The- deceased  lady was widely known as a teacher  —a most efficient and capable one—  and  beloved and respected  by all  who knew her.      For many years  she filled the position  as   principal  of the Ladner public schcel, resigning  only last Christmas,.much to  tbe regret of her fellow teachers and  pupils.     S.foe was a useful member  of the Meth'.odist church and a most  enthusiast^- wort.er in the W. C. T  U. of which she was president last  year.     Being a thorough Christian  she devoted, much of' her time in  work of a charitable nature.  She was born at Guelph.,0nt.» July  20th, 1865,, coming to this province  at an early age.  The bereaved husband although  practically, unknown to • the people  here has their heartfelt sympathy  in this his time of bitter sorrow, and  the relatives who are called upon  to see a near and dearone laid away  in the darkness and silence of1 the  gravel, whom when, they parted  with her last was a. happy, bride  leaving' for her new Uom^, a/e assured of the sincere regret of their  many friewls and acquaintances.  The body will arrive on'tliis afternoon's boat from New Westminster arid will be taken to her mother's residence turn whence it will  be conveyed to tlie Methodist church.  Sunday morning, where a short service will be held, leaving the church  for Boundary Bay cemetery at 10:30,  Capt. Hatt Dead.  At S a. 111. on Sunday, July 15th  there passed away at his home on,  the Nicomekl river, near its month,'  an old timer, in the person of Capt-  Hatt. He was born 85 yeairs. ago  in St. John, N. B., and for some  years followed his occupation of.  sailing along the Atlantic coast. In  1S49 he crossed the Panama and  lived in California till 1S60, when  he made his way to the golden Carij  boo. An exceedingly strong, active  man, he was scarcely less in his old;  age, and only last summer, although  I 84 years of age, he fished on the  j Fraser river, during the whole salmon run, and intended going again  this year till a few days ago when  he was stricken down with erysip^  elas and rapidly sank until death,  overcame, him. TI1K .lVlvLf A MgWg. SATUHBAX, -JULY .19,   1992.  at il -  "the  !?BK?  DELTA NEWS  UT RIC.   A.  iKASER.  Bbtcriplioii Price, p«r ?cnr In advance, Ji.oo  SATURDAY,   JULY   19,    I902  Much to the credit of the province and one of our principal  industries, trouble on the  Fraser has  i  been  avoided  by  the cannerymen  making a slight change in the slid-  ing scale offered the fishermen. The  .lowest figure of the scale being  11  cents instead of ioyj cents per fish.  .To those not thoroughly acquainted  with the situation this must appear  but a small matter, but so long as it  i .1  satisfies both the  cannerymen and  the fishermen, all welcome the one-  half cent per fish. This year's pack  being expected to be but a small  one, there is not the same amount  of interference from outside parties,  the matter was all the more easily  "settled.  It is only a matter of a short time  .-. ii-  4 ■:.    ta,H     ■ . v  until salmon canning on the Fraser  v        ■"> ' ..''. i.  will t>e a thing of the past,  unless  r,. .1 ,.■  the laws regulating the industry are  changed somewhat.    Each year the  situation becomes more critical, and  upon the powers that control the  destiny of our fair province will rest  the responsibility. The Americans  believe in traps; the Canadians do  not, because they feel sure it threatens the extermination of an industry  which they thought all their own.  It would seem that the grievance,  and there is surely one, could best  be settled by arbitration.  ' propriate for the adornment of. the  one who attended the coronation or  an)- other social event. The idea  was successful in many cases and  while some people were offended  because they were fooled, others  took it in good spirits and were able  to see the joke and to get some value  out of it. The ones who were benefitted obtained that benefit because  they used a timely thing to attract  attention to their business and used  a bright idea to gain the interest of  the individual.—Ad Art.  A Young Samaritan.  The truth and recent occurrence  of the following tale are(says " M.  A. P." J vouched for by a Canon of  Fly, The much venerated and  saintly Bishop of Lincoln, Dr. Edward King, is now advanced in  years and somewhat infirm. He  has recently been visiting Bournemouth for his health. After retiring one afternoon for some time on  a seat on the parade, be desired to  move and found some difficulty in  rising. A kind-hearted little girl of  the town was passing, and noticing  his difficulty ran up, saying: "Oh,  let me help you." Dr. King gave  her one of his sweet smiles, and  said: "You're a dear little maiden,  but I don't think you're strong  enough." "Why bless you, sir,"  was the reply, "Eve often helped  up daddy when he was a sight worse  drunk than you are!"  Probably the people of the east  will soon be better able to sympa-  w      1 .- '  thize with those of British Columbia,  now that the Chinese laundries are  competing with the white laundries.  .Toronto is now solving the problem  of Mongolian labor; aud to the  other large cities of Eastern Can-  •da will soon be added Chinatown  with all its horrors. Ere long the  anti-Chinese members at Ottawa  will have their numbers considerably increased.  .*WAA'MM-i  4-  4-  I  i  > i Kfr*M* * ♦■■»' *#■"♦ ij HM j'J#W#  " The right time to set a hen is when the hen wants,  to set."—Josh Billings.  The right time to buy Pianos or Organs is when  they can be bought at Wholesale Prices.     *  1  t  t  A  The New Westminster lacrosse  ir.' '*.  team returned last Saturday from a  V.      v* ! -I'  trip to the east,  without the Minto  silver ware.    Of course the boys  were outclassed or they should have  won with laurels,   needless to  say  they have   won the   admiration of  n 1   ■■ 1.       j  eastern   people who   love a   good  jame of lacrosse, and   retain  the  respect of their   friends in   British  Columbia.    Better luck awaits them  when the Irish team comes west.  x  Advertising.  A firm in Chicago sent out an invitation to the coronation of King  Edward. It carried the royal seal  pf Great Britain, was printed iii a  manner which gave it the appearance of beijig   genuine,   and those  who receiXea it were pleased at J£> I ^ Wednesd;y (gxcept preceding  |ng so  remembered.    In many  instances the local newspapers gave  mention ofthe fact that this or that  leading citizen had   received an in-  L. ,      ... l'. *'        ••"" •'■''■ ■  vitatvoa to the great event.    Many  What Does It Mean?  A woman said to a graduating  class of girls recently; "Most of  you expect to marry, but it is better  to be able to be laughed at because  you are not married than not to be  able to laugh because you are married."  CHURCH   NOTICES.  liAPTIST.  Services will be held on Sunday  evening at 7:30. I. W. Williamson,  pastor.  CATHOLIC.  Reverend Father Edm. Peytaviu,  0- M. I. Services first Sunday of  each month at 10:30 a.m.  ST. ANDREW'S PRESBVTERIAN.  Services next Lord's Day at 11 a.m  and 7:30 p.m.  Mr. JVtacPherson, B. A., student  missionary at Cloverdale will officiate at both diets of worship.  Sabbath School at 2 p.m. Midweek meeting on Thursday evening  at 7:30 o'clock. Thomas Oswald,  minister.    f< %  ALI, SAINT'S TRENANT.  Service will be held in the morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. W. Bell.  METHODIST.  Services next Lord's Day at 3p.m.  Everybody invited. A. N. Miller,  pastor.    Gospel services at the tent e\*ery  evening except Monday.  Song'service at 7:30 accompanied  by vocal instructions in note reading etc., if desired.  Services 8 p.m. sharp. A cordial invitation extended to the people of Ladner and surrounding community.  All instruction free. 0. E. Davis,  C. Conclemen.  EARLY CLOSING  The undermentioned have agreed  to close  their places of business on  *  A  X-  *  *  -♦-  A  -i  f  *  Recently while East I picked up some splendid bargains. In' one  factory alone I had my choice of over 200 insttuments that had been returned to the factory from branch stores that had been closed up.  All of them were new and were offered at such[low prices that I  purchased for cash two carloads. You see I found that "hen.",very  anxious "to set."  The first carload has arrived and is now ready for inspection, I  can save buyers from $100 to $250 on Piano* and in Same ratio on Organs as long as this stock lasts.  All are new and as bright as a gold sovereign jq»t out of the IBint.  If you are putting off, DON'T DO IT. $275, $300, $325 for Pianos  worth up to $500 and $600, and all Standard makes, most of them  Large Cabinet and Upright Grands. In Mahogany, Walnut and choice  quarter sawed Oak cases.  Convenient terms can be arranged. Every instrument fully war-  ranted.   Some for ten years.  We want every one of these instruments to go into private homes.  W. W. MONTELIUS  Exclusive Agent in B. C. for the "NEW ART>* BELL and  other choice makes.  ■        410 Hastings, Street, VANCOUVER, B. C.  *  +  NOTE—No due bitls will be accepted, and   n instrument will be  sold to other dealers.  t  •B*H«H  **M^i^"H--H"H~H-+■!■ t ■»■♦ ■!■ ♦ ■!■ ♦ •!■ MM-M- H  il  Rem,  Rhododendron*,  Agallas,  Shade   Trees,  small Fruits.  Cricnhouae and bedding out plants, at leaa loan  eastern or foreign price*  Cl'.iiu certificate from the Inspector.  Garden1, Field, and Flower Seed*   Bach variety  lasted as to vitality, and at close prices.  K'.-r,Hirers,   Bee  Supplies,. Agricultural  Imple  menu, &c '.<,      i.  New catalogue tells yon alll alnhit it.   Call and  examine our stock and get «ur list or send  for it: It vrill save you moneyt  Ailiireas i  i}>»4«^< $»{■» ifr'«'i(v»My«.fr ■■«;.» ign.  an{i 1 '!•»1} 11} ■ ♦ »<""  a general holiday)  at 1 p. ra. until  the end of September.  H.J.Hutcherson; R. May,  A. Clausen, McKee Bros,  F. J. MacKenzie, H. McDowell,  S, McNally,  G. T. McNally,  H. McCormick,   J. Reagh,  Stokes & Cullis,   J. A. Shoff,  W. H. Smith,       J. F. Stainton.  M. J.   HENRY,  jono Westminster Road,   •   -   Vancouver, B. C  HICK'S HOTEL  LADNER, B. C.  P. SHIRLEY, Proprietor.  Conveniently situated and  first class in every, particular.  BEST CUISINE SERVICE  G.W.Rudd  House Painting  Ladner, B. C.  All kinds of painting  done.  Your orders solicited.  A~•^A^~A~4r^»'>*<"*■*••^*^*^^^'  Special! Special!  MEN'S NAVY  HARD  FINISHED SERGE '  SUITS.   This week $6.50,, Size from 3.6^42 «  YOUTH'S as above $*j. Size3^-35  J. E. PHILLIPS       t  709-711 Columbia, Street   ;-;     New Westminater,     T  A+^»»A*-A  • » a »w a> i tW4 a » sifti <W» I % i f  JOHN SIMPSON, froprietor.  Refitted througjhout with NewjHorses,, New;. Buggies,  and Hacks.   Good saddle Horses alway, 01^ hand.  Lowest Rates.  t _.p^ were anxious to sic. the docu-1 John Mackenzie  font^h from curiosity and from Marshall Smiih,  a feeling of skepticism.    A few days  Uter the'Chicago firm sent oiit'a  circular offering to fuiuisli ftCs^ fn-  vitations, tol)Usines.smen sugge iing , .  that they be sent out to a mailing!    For first class Tonsonal  jut and that a few days later a ciicu-| v/ork go to SHOFF'S  £ir be sent to the   same   addresses n, t»u„«»»   m„.»   rrn  fcng to furnish whatever material, ClflOB, IIP, Pl[38S, ETC  \he fnm handled that would be ap-!   Try sh«frs N«w cizar The " puritanos.'  Telephone No. ly (  W.M  IjAIlKUR, B. C.  AI.EXA?)!)!!!', isor.  Livery rigs and saddle horses for  hire.    Horses bought and sold  on comniisaiotii  Teamingdone on short notice.  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers:  Insure your Stocks, Houses »nd  Barns in the Anglo-American and  Equity Firf Insuka.ncb Compan-  ihs. We are sot in the Insurance  Trust, and cani positively save you  money.    Call or write for rates.  A. Wf McLeqd,  DISTRICT AGENT. *  Office: Burr j^lock, Columbia street,  'Phone 62.       New Westminster  I  You make no mistake if  you order your Suits from  IDcDalk  T  Agent for  hrfto% B. C\  MIDEMRIS  A full atock of Buggies, Carriage* Mwbts m,  hand.   JXtpalrjBgofalldeaerlptloBB.     .'  HOTEL LELAND ... .  R. lHiwswcll, Frop. ■ VancouTcr, ». C  one block from C. P. R. Depot and Slcaas,bant  wharves.   --—•'•• «-i.j --J — —'liltj'  Kates, $i'.5» tu «i per day.  ^™^^™rlnK^«:^        ■  $&*  L-  ,% ■¥$[£ DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1902.  Weeing Beliefs.  Marry when the year is new.  Always loving, kind and true,  When February birds do mate,  You .may wed, nor dread your fate.  If yon marry when March winds blow  Joy and sorrow both you'll know.  Marry in April when you can,  Joy for maiden and for man.  M«ny in the month of May,  You will surely rue the day.  Marry when June roses blow,  Oyer land and sea you'll go.  "They who in July do wed  .Must labor always for their bread.  AH who wed in August be  Many a change are sure .to see.  Marry in September's shine,  Your living will be rich and fine.  Jf in October you do marry,  Love will come but riches tarry.  Jf you wed in bleak November,  Only joy will come remember.  When December's snow fall fast,  Jf yotl marry love will last.  Fruit Marks Act.  It is important that fruit growers  should make themselves familiar  •yjth the Fruit Marks Act, a meas-  #ire enacted last year by the Dominion Parliament. It provides that  .•very person, enclosing fruit in a  closed package, intended for sale,  shall mark it, before it leaves the  premises where packed, with the  full name and address of the packer,  the name of the variety of fruit and  jts grade. No person shall expose  for sale any package of fruit unless  so marked. False representation—  when more than 15 per cent, ofthe  fruit is substantially smaller in size  than the faced surface ofthe package  is, with violation of the other provision of the act punishable by fine  or imprisonment.  By amendments just passed the  /ollowing grade marks are made  j£ompulsory:  •"(c.) With a designation ofthe  .grade of fruit, wbich shall include  one of the following six marks:  For fruit of the first quality, No. 1,  or XXX.; for fruit ofthe second  quality, No. 2, or XX,; and for fruit  of the third,quality, No. 3, or X.;  but the said mark may be accompanied by any other designation of  grade, provided that designation is  not inconsistent with, or marked  more conspicuously than, the one oi  the said six marks which is used on  •the said package."  vince a number of hotel;; are owned  and managed by women, in many  cases by widows of former owners,  some of whom have families to support and have no means of livelihood.  There are instances at hand. Provided that these houses are run respectably—and many of them are  much better managed than houses  kept by men—there seems no reason  why the licenses should be taken  away.  When the next licensing day  comes round, the women referred to  will be unable to secure renewals of  their licenses, and many cases of  hardship will result.  Off His Feed.  A report from Constantinople says  the Sultan has stopped his paper—  and everybody else's. The latter  part is where he gets ahead of the  ordinary disgruntled subscriber.—  Ottawa Journal.  Her first thought.—Mr. Reeder-I  see by the newspapers that tbe Ad-  ventists predict that the world will  come to an end next Friday. Mrs.  Reeder—Oh, dear, and I have nothing fit to wear!  Very few of our friends the Americans, who yearly pose as British  subjects and obtain fishing licenses,  are among the applicants this year,  for the reason .that wages are better  in the States of Washington and  Oregon than could be obtained in  1901. These reasons combined are  quite sufficient to account for the  facts and figures on the boohs of the  official issuer of fishing licenses for  1902.  Lumberman Active.  Lumbermen are already considering legislation to be recommended  to the government at the next session  of the legislature especially respecting the prohibition to the shipment  of timber to the American side of  the line. Such shipment is absolutely prohibited, the contention of  loggers being that they are losing  money by having to sell in the local  market^,which, while not limited in  any sense, has no competition to  hold up its prices.  Hotel Colonial  j. K. 1NSLKY, Prop,  Kates, $r.5o and $2.1 «> per day.  Special   attention given    to Commercial  Travellers.  Cor. McKeime and Clarkcm] sts.  N< w WeBtminster, li. c.  Clarington Hotel  J. WISH,   Proprietor.  SOUTH WESTMINSTER, B. C.  Mackay&Southon  Columbia street.  MiU' WHSTM!N'8TER,B.C.  Have just placed in stock their second installment of  «   Wall Paper   -  11 uew patters aud at moderate prices, and eop-  d'uUv invite inspection of same.  General Blacksmith  Ladner, B. C.  First  class  Liquor License.  It willbe remembered that to  wards the close of last session of  pralianienf, when the deadly dul-  ness of thft daily proceedings had  driven many members of the legis  lature to Seek solace in the mild  fascinations of ping pong, a certain  bill to amend the Liquor License  Act, introduced by W. W. B. Mc  Inn$s, was, dealt with somewhat  nnkindly, and vanished piecemeal  until at last only one little, solitary  clause survived the hostility of hon.  members.     This clause, however,  1  crept through the §iial stages,  re  ceived permission tp exist from His  Honor the  Lieut.^Governor,   aud  took up a little corner in  the statute books of the province.  This clause, or rather Amendment—to give it the full honors to  Which it$3 entitled-r-provides that  no liquor 'license may be issued or  transferrer fo any Indian, or any  person wmjije name is not on the  list of voters; for the provincial legislature.  It may-be assumed that the object of this clause was to prevent  Chinese, Japanese and other undesirable aliens from holding licenses.  But it goes niuc.i further than that.  It excludes all women, and it excludes persoiiQ from other parts of  Canada'holding licenses here until  Jhey have resided long enough in  the province tp g$t pn the voters' list.  It is a fact \\\n^ jn the Victoria  district and in «>th£f parts ofthe pro-  According to an estimate of the  Red Cross identity depot, which  fulfilled the functions of a casualty  bureau, for the Boer forces, their  total losses during the war were  3,700 men killed or died of wounds,  and 32,000 made prisoners of war,  of whom 700 died. The Boer forces  in the field numbered about 75,000.  FR05T & WOODS HOWERS with Roller and Ball Beari!«»  Sping Foot Lift. We can give you choice of five different makes  Canadian or American.  (     TRAPP BLOCK, Colombia St.,  I NBW WESTMINSTER. 8. C,  T. J. Trapp & Co. Ltd  WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEPOT,  LARGE STOCK   OF  Wines, Liquors A Mineral Water  Kept on hand and ready to  -   -  Fill Orders at Short Notice.   -  -  Retail Dealers and other visitors 10 th.- city should inspect the stock,    oaality and qaotattM*  to match tae be9t.   Family trade a specialty, with prompt delivery guaranteed.  Suit- Agent for British Columbia for th:- Famous Allouez Magneala Mineral Water.  HARRY FREEMAN,   -   -   New Westminster, B. C,  Front Street, Next Steamboat Exchange.  Always in Season  The Suggestion to Buy Home Foods  WHEN THEY ARE THE  BEST   IN   THE   WORLD  "The smallest hair throws a  shadow"—across, a man's appetite  when he finds it in the butter.  Don't lose your temper for it will  expose your weakness if you do.  Flattery is the secret opinion of  yourself expressed by some one else.  A day of sorrow   seems   longer  than a month of joy.  The largest room in the  world is  the room for improvement.  NOTICE.  NOTICH is hereby given Lh.it thirty days aftei  date I intend to apply to the Chief commissioner of lands nnd work* for a lease ofthe foreshore of Bed .veil Harbor or) Pender Island, com  mencingata post on Wallace Point marked V,  Mc. aud extending in a north westerly direclioi;  one mile on south shore of K.'dwell Harbor.  Dated July roth, 1902.  W. McCRKA.  NOTICE.  NOTICK Is hereby giv '11 tint thirty days arttr  d..te 1 Intend to apply, to the chief com  nllss'oner of lands and works lor a lease of the  foreshore,cmimeuclug u a post market U.K.  on the .south east poii t of Pender Island and extending one nii'e in a i or.li westerly direction  to the mouth ol Ued ,'.11 Harbor,  Dated July lotii, 1*0,03,  HUGH   RADVORD.  Across America.  A solid yestibuled train daily in  each direction.  Leaves Westminster, 10 a.m.. ferry  Arrives Westminster by 2:30 p.m.  ferry.  Finest equipment in the west.  Fastest time to Kootenay and the  east. Tickets on sale to all points  in Europe.  D. 1J. SANDERSON, Ajrent.  NEW  WKSTJIINSTBR, B. C.  C P. N, Co.  TIME TABLE  NEW WESTMJiNl-'.'ITvR-STKVRSTON  ROUTE.  Steamer Transfer, leaves New Westminster, Monday 5 a.m. and 3 \>.  m., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Friday  3 p.m, Saturday 2 p.m. Leaves  Steveston M011., Tues., Wed  Thurs, 7 a. ni, Friday 6 a. m.,  and Saturday 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.  calling at Fraser River landings  between New Westminster and  Steveston.  VICTORIA NEW WESTMINSTffiB  ROUTE.  S.S.   Princess   Louise   leaves Victoria  Tuesdays   and Fridays   »t 7   a.m.  Leaves   New   Westminster   Wednesdays   and   Saturdays at 7   a. m..  calling  at  Mayne,   Steveston   and  Guichon. »  NEW- WICSTJ1 rNSTKK-CLULLIWACK  ROUTE.  S.S. Beaver leaves New Westminster  Holidays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a.m. Leaves CliilliwaeU  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satui"  days at 7 a.m.. calling at prasei:  Kiver landings between New  Westminster and Cliilliwack.  ALASKA ROUTE.  For Skagway  direct, Steamship  Amur.  .   VICTORIA-VANCOUVER ROUTE.  S.S. Charmer leaves Victoria daily at  J  a'.m.    S.S. Cburmcr leaves  Van-  wtavejr daily at 1:15 p.m.  WBST COAST ROUTE.  Steamer "Queen City leaves Victoria  1st, ldth and 80th day of month  for Ft. •Hotii'rew, Caramanah,  C'laoose, Dod^ws Cave, Ecole, Al-  lierni, Sechnrt, Cclulet, Clnyoquot  and Alionnet. i'or OaPO Scott and  intermediate ports on 20tli of  month.  NORTHLKN   B.C.   COABT   ROUTE.  S.S.  Tees leaxes  Victoria  II   p.m.   1st  and  ISUb of montji.    Leaves Van;  comer 2 pan, on 2nd and Kith of  month,   for Alert   Lay.   Fort   Rupert,   Rivers   Inlet,   Namtt,    Bella  Leila,    China    Hat,    Lowe    Inlet,  Skeena   River,    Metlakatlah,   Fort  Simpson, Maas River ami intermediate ports, cnllitio- at Delia Cooln  and Skidegftte o.nce a month,  All   steamers   from   Vancouver    sail  from C.l'.li. wharf.    Tlie Company reserves   tie   rigte    of   ahanginc   time  table at  any  time   without   notification.    .  For    full    particulars    as   to    time,  rates, etc., apply to nearest agent, otto  ■J. JV. TROUP, E. J. COYI.K.  Manager. Awl. Gen. IJass Atfi.  Victoria. Vancouver.  tbe Brackman--Ker Cereals  Home Grown and Home Made  SHOULD HAVE A VAlin BREAKFAST  HAVE A V O I I P  PLACE ON       I  U U K  ALL     GROCERS  TABLE  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B.C.—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  B. WILBERG & CO.  NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  V. O. BOX 66 J.  ■'  ^.HaH .1.4.1.+♦{.+•H«H-*-f«fr-Hrf+'!•>*+-M 'H •H  f  f  'Farm Implements  t Of all kinds.     Mew and up-to-date.      Farmers  X should not be without machinery for their farms  I   Cyclery Department  f Has been restocked with the best makes of Bi-  X cycks.     You can  buy a Bicycle at the lowest  T price.    Repairing of all kinds.  t    Washing" Machines,  X Makes washing an easy task.      To see  one of  f these machines will convince you they are O.K.  I GENERAL   AUCTIONEER.  I J. P. Stainton, -- Ladner. j  R. F. ANDERSON A CO  NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.  :   :    GENERAL HARDWARE MERCHANTS   i   t  SPKINd ITEMS 1  Garden Implements, WheelbarrOwg  Palntl and Vnnilshcs, Knlaomlnf, Whiting, Morula, AlibMUac, etc. for lntidc —**•  t  1 »  t  Delta Transfer Stable  I  LADNER, B. C.  SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSgS   ;  ON SHORT NOTICE  Team Work Done at Specially Low Prloes.  ^ JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  4- Telephone "Ladner" No. 10.  tbe Delta Dews, $1 a pear  t%.-»-»Q.«<».   ♦•%'%'»'%'^%'»'»'».-%"»/%«.'^%%^»'fc^'%, TH.E ,t)ELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, JULV 19, 1902.  ■          BIRTHS,  •        i,.J.<i*..C.  Jordan—At Point Roberts, Wn.  * ' 6ri Thursday, July• lyi'ti, 1902, to  'Mr?and Mrs. J jlin 'lJordan of a  son.    ' '  Tryggvi—At Beaver Camp,  near  >l "point 'Robert-;, Wn., "on1 Thursday, July 17th, 1902, tb Mr. and  Mrs.-'TryggVi of a'soiV.   "'  DIED.  Nurkis—At Greenwo^', B. C, on  •' Monday, July ijik, 1902, Ida  Maude Norris, second daughter  of' Mrs. John RUkland, Ladner,  and belovfKd ytfife of W. H Norris, m&rjft years.  Read the City   Bakery  ad.   thii  week.'    ■' <'•       1  Mrs. Hutch-rsoii and Misg Wad-  hams Visited'Vancouver this week.  Lp,CAL PWS,  Mrs. Lord and family are visiting  her father 'Councillor Ladner.  A girl for general housework at  liberal'wajes.      See notice in this  issue. >-**=>'-.•   _____  s- t <■•  Joseph Jordan has been appointed  foristable for the next two months  ^y'fiitmuiiiciality."  U ■ K ■ n n   g L —  Miss C. Green returned on Tuesday from visiting friends in New  Westminster.  Paul E. Ladner, of Weuatchee,  Wash, is visiting with his father  Reeve Ladner.  The Washing machines which  Stainton has in stock, don't, do a  thing but make washing easy.  Mr. MacPherson, Presbyterian  missionary at Cloverdale, w ill con-  cuct services in St. Andrew's Pre?,  byterian church on Sunday.  WANTED.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Mackenzie drove  up t6 the Royal City Thursday, returning the same evening.  Patterson & Shortreed, contractors',were "tb^ successful tenderers  Vor^buifafrig tne Presbyterian manse.  ,.r f.iVr ..Til £   liv ' ;__   T. tslark and family of Victoria  arrived by the Rithet yesterday and  are' camping at Grimsby town,  \B6undary Bay.  A   girl   for general  housework.  Liberal wages.    Apply to  John McKre.  Ladner, B.C.  9  and Jeweler  laSner, b, c.  A  full stock qf high grade  Jewelery, Watched, and Clocks  Repairing a specialty* If you have  any work leave it with me and I  will guarantee satisfaction.  We have the stock, we know how  to treat you well, and feel that we  are emitled to your patronage. Try  us for anything usually kept in a  first class drug store.  George Coleman, brother of Alf.  Cdlematf; arrived from the north-  West Thursday afternoon and will  remain in this'section.  fJ'riafft Wit] ■--. -  Robert Frew, brother cjf Mrs, T.  Todd.'who has been ill for the past  few weeks at his sister's residence  is now much improved.  Mr*. Kennedy moved her house-  9 hold effects from Port Guichon on  frueWay to Chilliwack where she  Wilt reside in the future.  v, ,1 r. ,    ■ '  J. Mcintosh who has been employed in'the establishment of Mar-  •half Smith has resigned, and will  remain in-the Cities for some* time.  Specialties:  MAGAZINES,  STATIONERY,  AND SPECTACLES.      -     -  F. J. MacKenzie,  LADNER,   -   -   -   -   B. C.  Drugs, medicines, toilet articles,  stationery supplies, sporting goods,  etc., delivered free at Boundary  Bay Tuesdays and Fridays.  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers:  Protect your horses and cattle  from flies by using '"'Shdo Fly." a  a reliable' preparation put up and  for sftJebyF. J.  Mackenzie, drug-  jjfrtf \ H   :'  ' ■'*'". "  J. T. L. McNeely was visiting in  town for a few days this week leaving again this morning for Beach,  Wash., where he is engaged with  the Carlisle Packing Company.     '  Consequent upon a service being  held in''the Methodist church in  connection with the funeral of late  Mrs. NorVis'there will be no morning service iil St. Andrew's Presbyterian church.  Dr. Naloth Allen has returned  from1 San Fi'ancisco", where he • has  Spent the last1 four years in studying  * medicince.' He intends practising  his profession in Yaubouver, and  tyill appear before the Medical Board  next October. ' ' ' - ■ < ■" •  U>\V< '"■ •'■    The Orange celebra'.ion at N^n-  •irtofasi Saturday wi.'i a grand  fuccess!*' Lodges from all sections  Ofthe c<ja,st We're in attendance. The  Steamer ' Robert Dunsiffui'; 'which  Was chartered by the local Orange  j. fcodge left the wharf'here at 6' a.m.  ;'• with a large crowd of members and  excursionists, returning early agWin  hext-mrjrniftg. The Ladner band  iook part in the festivities.  Insure your Stocks, Houses and  Barns in the Anglo American and  Equity Firf Insurance Companies. We are not in the Insurance  Trust, and can positively save you  money.   Gall or write for rates.  A. W. McLeod,  DISTRICT AGENT.  Office: Burr Block, Columbia street,  'Phone 62.       New Westminster  mm  mil its  Peaches,   Apricots,  Pears,   Plums,  'Prunes, &c.  Moderate   Prices  CITY BAKERY  DO YOU NEED  CSS  If so place your order early  and avoid the spring rush  Everything in Harness  and Saddlery at  Moderate Prices.  11. Mcdowell,  lAdner, b. c  • BOOTS  0 &  • SHOES  FOR   BARGAINS  IN     TH1CSE     GOODS  CAW, ON  DRYGOODS  GENT'S  FURNISHINGS  I  i  W.LHcBRIDC  TORT GUICHON, B. C.  'Phone 5   •  "-TTT  CHOICE  ^GROCERIES  i  9  COME AND INSPECT  i ";  THESE GOODS  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  BEST  *  BRANDS OF  F,LOUR  T ,     _    , • ►  * Just received a large  {consignment of New  {Goods at  NOTICE.  NOTICt; is hereby given that thirty days after  date 1 intend to apply to the chief commissioner of lands aud work.-, for a lease of tlie foreshore of Be'dwell H ubor oil Pender Island, coiu-  meueiiiK at a* post on Wallace Pfint marked w.  Mc. and extending in 11 north westerly direction  one mile on south Shore of Hedvrtll Harbor.  Dated July iwth, 1902.  W. McCKlU.  NOTICE.  NOTICK is hereby give* that thirty days after  date I intend to apply to tlie chief com  missioner of lands and works for a leased the  foreshore, commencing at n post marked H. R.  on the south oast point of Pender Island nnd extending one mile in a north westerly direction  to the mouth of Bedwell Harbor.  Dated July-10th, 1902.  HITCH   RADFORD.  t Groceries, Graniteware,  ) Tinware, Stoves, etc.  » * .    ■'■   :  4     Ml. May i* snip proprietor uo person or  J   firm being interested 111 the business, j  Surrey Hotel;  SOUTH Wl-STMINSTHR, B.C.  Hrs. K. (ieorge, Proprietress.  Xewlv furnisher! throughout.   First clnssuccom  modetlon.   Choice liquors abrj'cigars.  G001I stuliUiig in attendance.  FOP,  SALE.  A   registered    Shorthorn    roan  bull, calvad  March  igoi, and also  spring; bull calves lor sale.   Apply to  -   \V.  11. LADNER,  LAUNEX, I!. C.  —with—  F m  wi  mi  Si'ew Westminster, B. ©.  A NEW LINE OF  7  EABIES BLOUSES LADIES SAILORS  LADIES SKIRTS LADIES WHITE UNP^R^BtAR ; -  AND STAPLE DRYGOQDS        *      '   ''"'      "'  •[•   FRESH x GROCERIES :-:  EVERY :•: WEEK   ••  -AT-  *%  rsons  ^^•••^■••^•••^•••^•:-k-'v*>-:+>-?k-«-£-«--'*  Summer is here and you need a stove that 3 {  will do the greatest amount of cooking %  with the least amount of heat   -    -    -    -  *  I A  McClary Famous Stove  will fill the bill.  n  MARSHALL SMITH  .Sole Agent  LADNER,  B. C.  THE FAMOUS  Queen Quality Shoe  FOR WOMEN  LADIES: If you wart to wear the shoe that won the highest  honors at the Pan-American F.xpositiou, then ask lor the Queen'Quality;  shoe, it received the (JOLD HEDAL. ''-'  This is the reasons we arc selling "Empress Shoes" at cost as they  have never received a medal of any kind and are not to be compared  with the The Famous Queen Quality.  We are sole agent for New Westminster.  W. E. SINCLAIR, 1  NOTICE TO CAMPERS  Fishermen & Picnic Parties  The new store at Boundary Bay is now completed and carries a full  stock of Choice Groceries, Canned Goods and everythinga camper needs.  Cigars and Sott Drinks. Good Bathing.  1 nn  Call at the Old Stand lately^occupied by P. Clark.'  First class work. Your patronage solicited.  W. H. TAYLOR,     -     -     PROP.  .;.....^^.jw^.^^h«.^.».j.*»j.*h{«..;w.Jh«. •«■»>,■«•♦■*»> ■ » « f* ■>." ■> « ♦i»i<i a,1^ «4I.  t Ci  t O]  i  cial! Special!  Leasllsm insurmm ? Mgene\  I MEN'S NAVY  HARD  FINISHED SERGE fi  X       SUITS.   This week $6.50, Size from' 36-42 f  £ YOUTH'S as above $6, Size 33-35  j      j. e. Phillips ;     j  Y      709-711 Columbia Street    ;-;     New Westminster,      {  .;.■•..>.••.;.....;.....;..».,;♦.••.;.•••»;•••••;♦••■<♦*•♦••• •••♦•••^♦••^♦•••♦•••♦••■^•••••^♦•••♦•^■•^•••-•ji;  ■I

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