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Array :>,'-i  ■■■.   r.t tmatstaaassscrmsT  V*L 1.  No. 36.  LADNER, B.C., SATURDAY,   OCTOBER 25, 19_   mnn ji_j.  $_G0 a y^»  I _LU_L-gW.i.'Jllg-^V.J .i 8-_B  Met on  Monday Aftern-  noon for the Transaction of Business  The municipal council met Monday October i£th. Present, the  reeve, Councilor? McCallan, Burr,  Arthur and Ladner.  The minutes of the previous  meeting were adopted as read.  A communication was received  from S. Morley objecting to the  gazetting of a road through his  property, also from Jos. Tamboline  re road asked for on Westham island. On motion Councilors Ai-  thur aud McCallan it was resolved  that the full board examine the  roads to be gazetted on Thursday,  the 23rd, and report at next meeting.  The clerk was authorized to advertise for tenders for the purchase  of Municipal Inking bonds tinder  the 1895 Dyking Scheme Bylaw  No, 4, to tbe amount Ot $5,000.  Tenders to be in by noon, Wednesday November 12th.  On motion of Councilors McCallan and Burr, the reeve was authorized to pay J T Wilband the sum of  $475 for gravel pit at Port Kells if  all papers in connection with the  tame is satisfactory.  On motion on Councilor McCallan  and Ladner the following accounts  were passed for payment:  Dyking account. Parker Follis,  $15; Jas Follis, $39; Jas. Buchanan  $79; Wm. Alexander, on  account,  $5°°-  General account.     Mrs. Fenton,  caretaking town hall., $10; N. A.  McDiarmid, salary, $70; George  Orminston, salary, $60; R. H. Gillespie, work on roads, $96, H. J.  Cresswell, $25.50; R. S. Jackson,  J. M. Collinson, $1; A.N.Ross,  $9; A. Brown, #22; J. S. Wilband,  fiiSS.oS.  The council then adjourned to  meet again Monday, October 27th,  at 2 p.m.        Bell Pianos  Recently two Steveston's prominent citizens T. J. Rowland and D.  A. Tvveedie, purchased "New Art"  Bell Pianos for their home6. We  are pleased to say that these pianos  have received much deserved praise  from admiring friends andmusicians.  The "New Series of Art" Bell  Pianos we understand have several  very valuable improvements that  are not found in other Canadian  makes. One is the " full metal  plate" and " bushed" tuning pins,  which makes the piano much  stronger, will stand in tune longer  and no possibility of tinny or harsh  metallic notes, as each tuning pin  js surrounded with a hard maple  bushing  where it  passes  through  the metal plates.  Another valuable improvement  which is welcomed by artists, is the  "illimitable repeating grand action"  also the '' new art'' series contain  the "orchestral attachments" and  four pedals by which some sixteen  different musical instruments can  be perfectly imitated. W. W. Montelius, 410 Hastings street, Vancouver, has the exclusive agency  in B. C. and he informs us that the  manufacturers have recently put ou  the market a new style " new art  series" Bell Piano that can be sold  at the uniform price of only $375.  Three carloads of this one style  alone will arrive this month.  C. Cliff of New Westminster is  another new convert and now a  beautiful new art Bell occupies the  place of his old Peerless piano.  Quite a number of prominent citi-  zeus of Westminster Lave purchased the " new art series" Bell during the past year. Catalogues will  be mailed free.  Almost every week we get good  second hand pianos and organs in  exchange for o;ir "new art series"  Bell pianos with the orchestral attachments, bushed tuning pins and  illimitable grand repeating actions.  Most of (vhee'e instruments are practically as good as new.  A few sample prices: One Mason  & Risch piano only $200; one Dominion piano only $125; one Estey  organ 11 stops, or. ly ^48; one  Dougherty organ 9 steps, only $37;  one Dominion ..organ 11 stops, ,only  $50; one Dougherty original price  $250, very heavy walnut case, extra heavy solid walnut carvings,  large heavy plate mirror 13 stops,  only $100. Terms 0:1 any of the  above $3 to fig a month if desired.  W. W. Montelius, Bargain Piano  and Organ Warerm ms, 410 Hastings street, Vancouver,  Of the Town and District  For the Past Week.  F. B. Pemberton  of  Victoria is  visiting at his farm at Canoe Pass.  J. Stoneson and wife of Point  Roberts were visiting in Ladner  today.  F. J. Hart the well known insurance man, of Westminster was in  the Delta Thursday.  Dr. Gibbons, provincial inspector  cattle, is on an official visit to  Westham island.  Rev. Mr. McLeod of Vancouver,  will preach  in the  Baptist church  Sunday evening.   l   The annual basket social concert  of the Loyal True Blues No. 120,  will be held shortly.  G. W. Walker is now prepared  to receive orders for tailoring, also  clothes cleaned and repaired.  Deficiencies ol Game Act.  A gentleman who is much interested in preservation of game in the  province, in conversation with a  Colonist reporter 1 as pointed out  what he contended was a grave  omission in the provisions of the  Game Act. The law provides that  it shall be unlawful to buy, sell or  expose for sale, certain game dur-  a specified period; but it does not  say that one must not have same  in one's "possession." As a result of this laxity of forfethougnt on  the part of the framers of the act.  Supt. Hussey, of the provincisl police department, relates that while  he had knowledge a short time ago  that a certain dealer had a large  quantiiy of illegally-taken birds i11  his possession, he was powerless to  act. He was unable to prove that  the dealer had bought them, had  sold tlictn or attei pted to sell them  —therefore he w< powerless to act,  and so the matter dropped; At the  next session of the legislature an  attempt will be made to have the  act amended so as to provide for  this deficiency.  W. R. McClellan expects shortly  to recieve his billiard table for jtb.e  room behind the barber shop.  Dr. King left for Victoria yesterday where he will attend the examination ofthe medical board.  Efforts are being made by the  citizens of Vancouver to secure suitable grounds for exhibition purposes.  Mrs. H. D. Benson returned  home this week from her old home  in Nova Scotia after a few months  visit.  W. E. Curtis has returned from  the north where he has been connected with the canneries the past  season.  The organ for the Baptist church  has arrived and will be used on  Sunday. Miss Reid has been engaged as organist.  Mrs. Stratton and daughter of  Bradshaw, Nebraska, arrived last  evening ou a visit to her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hartnell.  True H. Oliver left yesterday for  Victoria where he will enter the  Jubilee hospital to undergo an operation for infantile rupture.  F. Hartnell who recently purchased the property on Delta street  from J. A. Shoff is making a number of improvements.  F. J. MacKenzie having been appointed special agent for tlie Family  Herald and Weekly Star is prepared to receive all new and renewal  Subscriptions for that paper at the  the Drug Store,  James Welsh of Huntingdon was  in Ladner this week. He may  probably return here with his family to reside.  Violet Ladner, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Thos. E. Ladner, left on  Monday for Vale to attend All Hallows school.  . Mrs. A, Vachon has taken charge  of the dining room at the Windsor  Hotel, New Westminster. It is to  be first class in every respect.  Dr. Dalby, dentist, of Vancouver  was visiting with R. Moffit the first  of this week and they took a day  into the country after pheasants.  Miss Helen Moffat is visiting  with her sister, Mrs. R. May. Miss  Moffat has just completed the term  in the Normal school at Vancouver.  Mrs. T. Shotbolt of Victoria is  visiting with her mother, Mrs. Par-  miter. Mr. and Miss Shotbolt are  expected over the first of the week  to remain a short time.  Rev. G. H. Moroen, Mrs. Mor-  den were in Ladner the first of the  week the guests of Rev. A. N. Miller and family. Rev. Morden conducted the services in the Methodist  church on Sunday last.  The great coal strike .has been  settled the operators agreeing to accept a commitee to settle the business. The miners have resumed  work aud both sides will abide by  the decision of the committee.  A hundred pound sack of spuds  only containing 14 potato-et! That  sounds like exaggeration but it's  true all the same. Alec McLean is  growing potatoes of this caliber and  at the recent sh ow exhibited one  which weighed over 7 pounds.—  Kamloops Standard.  The residence of W. Oliver has  undergone considerable repairs lately having been completely renovated. It is the intention during  the coming spring to rent thishou.se  and the family will take up their  residence in their new house on  Delta street which waa built this  summer.  Quite a number of reports are in  circulation as to what will be the  outcome of affairs in the provincial  government. Dunsmuir has not  resigned yet, and Eberts, Prior and  Wells are scrapping after the premiership. This province has had  enough nominal leaders.  Tart put Of It.  i  I-I  Ladner    Young    Couple  United   in   Marriage  This Week.  The nuptials of David Blacd and  Miss Dora Lewis were celebrated  Wednesday morning at Vancouver,  at the residence of the bride's sister,  Mrs. J. L. Waddell. The ceremony  was performed by the Rev. I.. W.  Williamsom of Ladner. The bride  was very becomingly attired in a  costume of white albatross. After  the wedding breakfast Mr. and Mrs.  Black left on their honeymoon for  Victoria and the sound cities. The  contracting parties are both popular young people of Ladner, where  both have resided for some time  and they have the hearty congratulations of their many friends. On  their return they will take up their  up their residence in Mr. WaddelFj)  house 011 Westham street.  The bride received many useful  and costly presents, the grooms being a '.handsome gold watch and  chain.  Death of Rev. Moore.  The many friends <rf. Rev. S. C.  Moore, in Ladner and throughout  the province, will learn with regref  the announcement of his death,  which took pkee at Edgett's Landing, near Hillsboro, N.B., on Sunday, October 12th. Ths deceased  had only been ill two weeks, and  was sitting up in bed talking with  a friend when he suddenly fell over  dead. He wag prominently connected with the Orange order and  since his return trom the west did  considerable lecturing. He leaves  a wife and grown up family.  The deceased gentlemen was well  known in Ladner, he having had  charge ofthe Baptist church here for  some time.  Eventful Trip  J. Israol Tarte, minister of public  works, has withdrawn from tke  dominion cabinet on request of Sir  Wilfrid Lauricr. During his leaders absence Tarte made seme peculiar speeches with tlie above result.  Hon. L. P. Brodeur it is reported  will be offered the vacant portfolio  and that- Mr. Prefontaine will be  made speaker of the commons.  On Wednesday night the tug  Vulcan was brought into Westminster by Captain Summerville after  rather an eventful trip up the ocast.  While about 100 mites up the coast  the vessel lost her rudder whicji  she struck on a sunken log. A  long piece of log was secured and  steering by the aid of this the Vulcan came down the coast and up  the riv_ to her dock at the Brunette Mills.  Point Robert Set^ler^  We learn that the petition to the  U. S. government from the settlers  on the military reserve at Point  Roberts, Wash., asking to open the  reserve for settlers, is being favorably considered by the navy department and the petition will jin all  probability be granted shortly. THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1902.  THE DELTA NEWS  ay JLip.  A. FRASER.  iubscrtptlon Price, per year In advauce, $1.00  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, I0O2.  PHEASANT SHOOTIG.  CHURCH   NOTICES.  Since the article under the heading of "The Game Act " appeared  in last issue, we have received several suggestions as to the way in  which strangers who come down  into this municipality shooting on  the first of the open season, might  be made a source of revenue. We  think that the settlers should take  spme steps to remedy this state of  afiairs by combining together for  their mutual protection as other  places have done, and put a stop to  to this indiscriminate shooting of  both hen and cock pheasants by  persons who have no interest of any  kind in the district, and who seem  to think that they are entitled to  roam over farmers lands without  leave or license and really feel aggrieved if ordered off the premises.  One suggestion is to issue licenses  pf say fiio to all strangers wishing  to shoot. To employ wardens to  see tbat none shoot without one.  ^he penr.lty for trespassing with  dog? under the new Game Act is  very severe, which clause we quote:  " 17. No person shall, at any  time, enter into any growing or  standing grain, not his own, with  sporting implements about his person, nor permit his dogs to enter  Into such growing or standing grain,  without permission of the owner or  occupant thereof, and no person  shall, at any time, hunt or shoot  Upon any enclosed land of another,  without permission, and any one  who acts in contravention of this  Section shall be deemed guilty of a  violation of this act, and be liable  to a penalty not exceeding twenty  dollars, together with costs of conviction; but nothing in this section  contained shall be so construed as  to limit or in any way affect the  remedy at common or statute law  of any such owner or occupant for  trespass.  "Enclosed land in this section  shall mean land enclosed by a fence,  water, or other natural boundary.  or partly by a fence aud partly by  water or other natural boundary,  and in use for agricultural, pastoral  or horticultural purposes.''  Any person shooting on enclosed  lands on Sunday, without the permission of the owner or occupant,  shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding fifty dollars for each offence.  If this idea was strictly and impartially carried out, in  the course  of a year  it would  create quite a  r < ..i  1 ■  fund, and after paying all expenses  the surplus to be devoted to the improvement of the Agricultural  Grounds. In that way it would in  a sense recoup the farmers in the.  district for raising pheasants for  others to shoot. The columns of  The News are always open to any  suggestions on this subject, as we  think frorn what what we have seen  and from the number of pheasants  taken away a'ready by these shooters, that they, are well able to pay a,  license, as no doubt, a great many  birds find, their wa into the markets pf tbe dferent cities. I  3aptis,t.  .Services will    be  held   Sunday  evening at   7,   I  W Williamson,  pastor.  CATHOLIC  Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin,  O.M.I. Services first and third  Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m.  ST. ANDREW'S  PRESBYTERIAN  Services next Lord's Day at 11  a.m. and 7 p.m.  Sabbath School at 2 p m Midweek meeting on Thursday evening  at 7:30 o'clock  Thomas Oswald, minister.  ALI,  SAINT'S TRENANT  Service will be held in the morning at 11 o'clock by Rev Bell.  METHODIST.  Services next Lord's Day at 3 p.m  A N  Miller, pastor  For first class Tonsorial  work go to McClellan's  Cigars. lid, Pipes, tie  Try the Mew Cigar " PORiTANOS."  HOTEL LELAND .  R. Dowswell, Prop.  Vancouver, B. C.  One block from C. V. R. Depot and Steamboat  wharves. Newly renovated and re-modellad.  Rat^s, $1.50 to $2 per day.  Cor. OrnnviU. and Ha_tinirsStft.   •   -   -   Tel. 14.  Surrey Hotel,  SOUTH WESTMINSTER, B. C.  rtrs. K. George, Proprietress.  Newly furnished throughout.   Virat class aceom  mediation.   Choice liquors and cigars.  Good subline in attendance.  80 acres of good Delta land  for sale.     Easy terms of pay  ment.  A. De R. TAYLOR.  Ladner, B. C.  lift  We have just received a new  lot of Ledgers, Journals, Cash  Books, etc., made up in many  different kinds of rulings. If you  want a new one it will pay you to  see them. Special ruled books  made to order.  Mackay & Southon  Booksellers, Stationers, Etc.  Columbia street,   -   NBW WK8TMIWn$R,B.C.  1 fi PLII  Rosen,   Rhododendrons,   Agaltaf,   Shade   Tr_e&,  huiall Fruits.  Greenhouse and bedding out planta, atl^ssthan  eastern or foreign prices.  Clean certificate from the inspector.  Garden. Weld, and Flower Seels.   Each variety  tested as to vitality, aud at close prices,  Fertilizers,   lice  Supplies   Agricultural  Imple  meiits, &c.  New catalogue tells vou all about it.   Call and  examine our stock and get our list or send  for it: it will suve you money.  Address  M.  J.   HENRY,  3000 Westminster Road,    -    -    Vancouver, B. C.  Hub'  LADNER, B. C.  W. ALEXANDER, PROP.  Livery rigs and saddle horses for  hire.     Horses bought and sold  on commission,  ^eamingdone on short notice.  General Blacksmith  Ladner, B. C.  First class  'ass work  W Horseshoing  a specialty.  The Delta News  One Dollar a Year  Corporation of Delta  DELTA DYKING AND DRAINAGE SCHEME 1895 BYLAW NO. 4.  A By-law to provide for preserving,  struoted under ami by virtue of the pro  Delta.  Whereas under the said "Delia Dyk  tioned were and are fully made and com  And,  whereas,  under  and by  virtue  are fully made and eompleted as afores  maintain, and keep In repair, Ihe same  upon, and shown In the liy-law when tin  And, whereas, under and by virtue of  row upon debentures of the said Muniei  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 by Ihe said  "Municipal Act. 1897," and amended Acts,  1. That the Reeve of the said Distrl  sum of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars,  said Corporation to that amount, In su  thereof, with interest at the rate of 5 p  which shall be due and payable on the  Montreal, New Westminster, Province of  terest.  2. For the purpose of paying the su  the said lands benefited, ajid which said  Dyke and Drain By-law, 1895, of the Mu  of five per centum per annum, the foil  in the same manner and at the same tl  which are the lands mentioned and de  _»; 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 drainago works fo  maintaining, repairing and keeping certain   Dyking  and    Drainage   Works  con-  visions of the "Delta Dyking and Drainage By-law, 1895,    of the Municipality of  drainage and dyking works therein men-  said Municipality:  97," it is provided that after such works  nicipality malting such works to preserve,  nd roads, as the case may be, as agreed  ing and Drainage By-law, 1895," certain  plated und are now being operated in the  Of Section 2111 of the "Municipal Act, 18  aid, il shall be the duty of the said Mu  at the expense ofthe lots, parts of lots, a  ally passed.  Section 263 of the "Municipal Act. 1897,"  pality th- funds necessary for the repa  roperty benefited as a special rate suffi  the Council may pass a By-law to bor-  Irs and work required by said Section  dent for  the payment  of  the principal  cessary to preserve, maintain, repair, an d keep In repair the said  works at the  fited  thereby, and the sum of Five Thousand  ($5,000.00) Dollars is 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 not less than $100.00 each, and payable 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 be payable at the Bank of  British Columbia, 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 taxes are levied upon the under  scribed in the schedule of assessment In  he amount of the said special rates and  thirteen equal parts, and one such  rs after the final passage of this By-law,  eing the amount to be charged against  y-law known and described as "Delta  est thereon for thirteen years nt the rate  ther rates, shall be assessed and levied  mentioned lots and part of lots, an*  the said "Delta Dyke and Drain By-law,  interest assessed against each lot or part  part shall be assessed and levied as  during which the said debentures have  SCHEDULE "A."  nds In Townships 3. 4, 5 and 6 for preserving, maintaining and keeping In repair,  r benefit  to  said  Townships:  Nominal Owner of Property  Group  or  township  I  Section, Quarter Section or  part  of Quarter Section  No  I of  i     Acres  !  I  .-nine  of improvements  to cover  I interest  i for 13 yrs  I at 5 per c  Anderson  R       G2  Allison, M. J       0 2  Anderson, Gus      G 2  Anderson, Gus Ladnor  Anderson,   Gum IGuichon  Alexson, Adam Ladner  G2-  G2  G2  G2  Ladner  Ladner  Ladner  T 6  T6  G2  G2  0 2  T5  T3  Ladner  Ladner  G2  Ladner  G 2  G2  G2  G2  Cr2  G 2  G2  fl 2  G 2  G2  T4  O!  G 2  G 2  G 2  G 2  G2  G2  G2  CI 2  T 6  G-2  G2  O  A. B. C. Packing Co  Arlhur, Wm   Arthur, Wm1   Arthur, Wm   Alexander. Wm   Bain, H. H   Bath, J   B. C. Land & Invt. Agency  B. C. Land & Invt. Agency  B. C. Land & Invt. Agency.  B. C. Land — Invt. Agency.  B. C. Land & Invt. Agency.  Benson, 11. D   Benson.   H.  D   Booth, James   Booth,  James   Brndie.  Sidney   Bone, Jamv'S   Brown,  E.   S   Brown,  E.   S   Burr, J. B   Burr, J. B   Burr. J. J   Burr, E. B   Burr, E. B   Bun-, E. B   Byron,  George   Bown, E. A   Brown, A   Berry,  Larry   Butterfield, T. 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B. 1-4 Sec. 12 24  Lot  152  20  Pt Lot 59  6  Pt Lot 69  W  Pt Lot 106 ;4-5  Pt Lot 132 / 27  Pt  Lot 183 !21 1-4  Pt Txit 115 ;io  Pt Lot 138 172  Pt  Lot 180 '76  Lots 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 18-20  Lot 72  1-5  Pt Lot 18S I32  Pt Lot 1« !«!  Pt Lot 10i|  Pt Lot 13"..  Pt Lot 110.  Pt Lot 59 ..  Pt  Lot 111).  Lot 113   lx>t 50.  T 6  G 2  G2  T fi  Green.  C.   F   Green,  Mrs   Coudv, Wm   Goostrey, S   Guichon Est.,  L   Giuichon  Eat, L   Guichon Fst., 1   Guichon Est., L       » \  Guichon Est., T       G I  Guichon FSt„ I       t'J  Gmichon Fst, I L ._  Guichon  Est.,  1 Su!nJ}OT  r^uichon   Est.,  L IGuichon  Grnni   b  Kerr IGuichon  Gillespie,  R,  II      ('l  Harlot* Pkg Co 1    G?  Harris, D   Honeyman,  T   Holmes, J. S   Holmes,   Wm   Holmes.  Wm       ' g  Hume, Thus      g «  Hume, Thos ,  <j -  Hutcherson; H. J r*_ «  Hanson. I      g*  Hanson, Q _ *?£  Helmer, Mrs Guichon  Hangman, J      « %  Haggman, J... <•' ••••     «\ \  RondrickBon, J L K'*  Hollingshead, J. W Ladner  Jackson, R. S ?rAiWT  Jordan, Joseph Li\3n„er  Jiuriet, David      «  .T.urlor,  David       £2  Turlrt.  David       X 6  Tensen, Air      £»  Kirkland Est., J      G 2  Klr'-'and  Est., J       £2  Kirk'and, T   Kirkland, H. J   Kirkland, Mrs. J   Kettle,  Chns   Kerr. 'V. W   Lavery, E   Ladner, Thos. F   r n i«er. Tbos. E   Ladner, Thos, B   Ladner, F. B   Ladner, Ellis   Ladner, W. H   l.ndnor, "W  ir   Larlcer.-AV. H   65-100  • 28 4-5  • 82  ■ 15  .141  ■'165  'S-20  Lot 110 1-5  Lot 88 and 88  1-5  Pt Lot  111'  W  S.  E.  1-4  See.  35  160  Pt Lot 183 '7 1-0  Pt Lot m 78  3 1-2 B,  V,'.  1-4 Sec. 12 ; 80  Pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 12  120  Pt Lot 90"' : 25 1-10  Pt Lot 117 '711-2  Pt  Lot 115  11 1-2  Lot 100 1-5  Ix>t 14.1 1170  Lot  54    3-20  Pt S 1-2 Sec. 25  214  Pt S. W.   1-4 Sec. 12 !18  Lot 127 ' 3  Lot  117  128  Lot 10S      160  Lot 109  160  Lot 98  150  Lot 97 i!50  Lot 96 1    ...   142  2 Lots  2-5  1-4 Sec. 12..  1-4 Sec.  1-4  Sec.  12...  12...  2-5  •7  1-5  '1-5  7  40  79  65  90  70  160  16  7-20  15  G- 2  G-2  G 2  G- 2  Guichon  G 2 '  G2  T 5  T 5  G2  T5  G2  G 2  ILadner  Leary, Wm...  Leary, "W. J....  Leary, \V. J....  Lord Est., T...  Lord Fst., T...I  T ord Est.. T..V  Lord. Chas....  Lord, Chas   Trf-ary, A. R....  Fstate.  ..ILadncr  ..I G2'  ..I     O 2  ,,ILadner  ..JLadner  '., Ladner  ..ILadncr  ..I     G2  ..I     G 2  ..1     T4  2 Lots  36 Lots   Pt Lot 106;  Pt Ix)t '  Pt N. W  Pt Lot 1  Lot 103..  Pt S. W  Pt S. W  ILot 149   Lot l.'iO   ILots 70 nnd 77  Ft Lot m   IPt Lot 132   2 Lois  2-5  Pt  Lot 133  15  St Lot 133  7 1-4  IPt l^ot 59 9  Lot L •  7-10  1/>t 104 «■  1-6  Lots 87. 88 and 89.  9-20  Lot  143 '23  I/ot 145   Pt 8. W. 1-4 Sec. 12.  Ft Ixit 59   Pt Lot. 177   Pt Lot ITS— ■   Pt Lot 177   Pt Lot 177.....   Pt Lot 1!5   IPt Lot 58 and 59.. .  4 Lots   Pt Lot 132  6  Lot 116  494  IN. W. 1-4 Sec. 25      160  N. E. 1-4 See: 26.,  Pt Lot    82   N.  E.  1-4 Sec.  35  Pt I,o!.  106 120 ?-5  Pt  Lot  115 137  1-2  Lots HJ and 120  05-100  Lots 19 and 20 14-10  PI Lnt'i02....' '.... ••' '•■  34  Pt Loll) 183 and 1S4 SO  Lots 2! and 23  1-2  '20  30  '10  215  20  135  160  1-2  81  4-5  160  100  160  Estate j     Z \  .1  Estate..  ' ome F;sta.te...  Lorno Estate...  Lome Estate...  T.orne Estate...  1 or "o FJfftftte—  l-orne Estate  „. ,  T/irrc Estate I     T 4  Lena & Lelser....  • ILadner.  4  T 4  T 4  T 4  T4  T4  T 4  Lots 11  Lot   V   ILot  11?   |P»  JX   106   ILot 2 of 138   IN. W.  1-4 See. 7   IS. W. 1-4 Sec. 7   IS.  W.   1-1   Sec.   18   IS. E>. 1-4 Sec. 18   IPt N.  W.  1-4  Sec   18..  Pt S. E. 1-4 Pre. 19....  IPt. N. W. 1-4 Foe. 20....  ft  N.  E. 1-4   Sec.  20..  |S   1-2 Fee. 20   Sec. 21,  8-1  1-2  3-20  1-2  7 1-2  100  160  160  160  76  40  24  80  221  ;'2o  ILot D 11-5  Total  Specia1  assessment.  am't assessed  for each  yr. for  13 years  2.18  43  2.60   1  4.25  1.86  6.11  47.80  20.65  68.25  3.00  1.55  4.55  2.40  1.60  3.90  47  18  66  7.50  3.55  11.06  36.15  16.50  52.65  19.90  8.70  28.60  13.90  5.60  19.50  47  18  66  3.00  1.55  4.55  1.60  84  2.34  9.65  4.00  13.66    '  19.25  8.05  27.30  7.35  3.05  10.40  13.64  6.12  19.76  4.84  2.18  7.02  19.15  8.15  27.30  88.66  16.70  65.25  1.20  75  1.96  94  49  1.43  0.05  2.66  8.71  25  27  52  5120  22.25  73.45  1.65  95  2.60  0-1.50  27.80  92.30  47.68  20.67  68.26  7.25  8.16  10.40  73.23  31.03  104.26  17.40  7.43  24.8B  6.75  3.00  9.75  31.65  13.20  44.86  20  19  39  6.96  2.23  8.19  3.15  1.40  4.56  62.68  25.32  78.00  4,37  1.83  6.20  29.61  12.77  42.38  10  16  26  31.52  14.37  45.89  16.45  5.66  22.10  22.40  12.05  34.45  50  64  1.04  10.15  4.80  14.96  7.25  3.15  10.40  2.18  42  2.60  8.75  1.65  10.40  40  25  66  17.88  7.73  25.61  14.11  8.12  22.23  2.40  1.50  3.90  17.98  11.66  29.64  50.30  21.85  72.15  3.90  1.95  6.86  1.20  75  1.93  9.70  4.34  14.04  19.70  9.03  28.73  35  17  52  1S.95  8,35  27.30  54.50  24.50  78.00  2.18  42  2.60  27.25  11.75  39.00  19.85  9.10  29.25  47  IS  65  1.20  76  1.95  1.20  75  1.95  5.43  2.37  7.99  29.00  13.90  42.90  4.71  2.31  7.02  37.70  16.26  63.95  33.75  14.35  48.10  50.66  22.01  72.67  13.57  6.67  19.24  30.00  13.42  43.42  3.16  1.26  4.42  1.20  75  1.95  71.70  81.00  102.70  47  18  66  25.80  11.25  37.05  7.60  3.19  10.79  1.50  45  1.95  30.80  13.40  44.20  67.80  24.75  82.56  67.80  24.75  82.65  45.30  19.70  65.00  45.30  19.70  65.00  60.11  25.95  86.06  2.40  1.50  3.90  2.40  1.50  3.90  3.07  1.35  4.42  10  16  26  2.90  l.OO  3.90  16.89  7.29  24.18  38.00  27.50  16.60  54.(0  12.15  39.66  16.(10  6.10  23.40  21.15  8.75  29.90  86.70  36.80  123.50  6.75  3.00  9.75  2.10  1.16  326  3.93  1.93  6.85  9.87  4.4S  14.30  2.40  9.87  1.6»  3.90  4.43  14.30  4.79  2.23  7.02  3.07  88  3.90  2.97  1.32  4.29  1.20  76  1.95  2.70  1.85  4.56  S.35  3.35  11.70  7.25  3.15  10.40  12.66  6.41  18.07  4.37  29:46  6.86  64.80  94.25  4.90  2.26  14.36  7.15  32.46  46.80  38.60  16.66  66.26  13  13  26  33.97  19.73  63.70  37  15  52  S.93  1.92  6.86  210.20  90.75  300.95  28.90  14.00  42.90  28.90  14.00  42.90  25.39  15.82  41.21  29.00  13.90  42.90  66.88  23.46  80.34  29.70  12.65  42.26  3.60  1.60  '6.20  1.60  1.00  2.00  9.56  4.10  13.65  29.62  12.89  42.51  3.00  1.55  4.65  90  40  1.90  3.00  1.65  4.55  JO  40  1.30  3.00  1.65  4.55  3.15  1.40  4.55  9.65  4.00  13.65  9.65  4.00  13.65  9.65  4.00  13.65  9.65  4.06  13.65  4.60  1.25  6.85  2.40  86  3.26  1.35  69  1.95  4.80  1.70  6 50  13.29  5.82  19.11  19.25  8.05  27.20   |  1.20  75  195   I  20  47  6.25  85  SO  05  S5  4.06  2.20  1.60  05  35  18  1.05  2.10  80  1.52  54  2,10  4.23  15  11  67  04  6.66  20  7.10  5.25  80  8.02  1.91  75  3.45  Oi  68  85  6.0"  «  3.25  02  3.B3  1.70  2.65  05  1.16  80  tti  80  05  1.97  1.71  30  2.28  5.55  45  15  1.08  2.21  04  2.10  6.00  20  3.00  2.25  05  15  1-.  60  3.30  54  4.15  3.70  6.69  1.48  3.34  M  16  7.90  06  2.85  S3  15  3.40  6.35  6 35  5.00  6.06  6.62  39  30  34  02  3«  1.86  4.20  8.05  l.so  2.30  9.50  75  ii  30  l.io  54  SO  83  IB  35  94)  80  1.39  45  7.25  55  3 6"  4.2?  02  AW  ■ 0-1  4:  231  3.CO  3.?0  3.17  3.20  6.1'  3.25  40  20  1.05  3.27  35  10  35  10  35  i.«i  1,0*  m  1.0^  4"-  2"  15  60  1 41  2.10  I THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1902.  No niual Owner of 1'rop.rl^  Croup   i Section,  Quarter Section or  or      . j part  I township;] of Quarter Section  Lanning,JW. J.... V.   |i_uner  ilois 6a,   oti arm si....  Land, Fred I    Tt      Pt  B. \\ ■  1-4 See. 12..  .Lewis, H... |     G 2     IPt Lot 1M.  Lasseter. George IGuichon  Mason. A. H. S I     G 2  Martinolieh. V jGulchon  •Matheson, Mrs.  P I     G2  'McBride,  W.  L [Guichon  McCallan. James |    G T  McCutlougli, F..  McCloskey, George.  McDonald,  J. M   McKee Est, J   ..WcKee, D. A   .McKee Bros.  Ladner  T6  T 6  G2  (1!          G 2  McKenzle, P JLudner  T,  T.  T.  T.  McKenzle, P.  McDlarmld, N. A.  McNeely Est, T.  McNeely Est.  McNeely Est.  McNeely Est  McNeely Est.  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  "   Macklin. H   .'.'.   Moore, J. A   Moore, J. A   McKenzle,   J   McCormick,  H   Nesbit,  Marcella   Nelson, James   Nicolich, Gasper   Nicholson, H   Northern Counties Inv. Trust.  O'Brien 'Bros   Olive, Warren   Olive, Warren   Olive, Warren   Olson, A   Paterson, T. W   Paterson, J. A   Paterson, J, A :   Parmiter Est, T   Price, David   Pemberton, F. B....   Pemberton. F. B   Peterson, O. C   Peterson. O. C   Pybus, Wm   Pybus, Wm   Pybus, Wm   Quaggan, R.  II   Ramage. S   Read. Adam   Reagh.  J   BIch,  IT.  N   Rich, II. N V.    Richardson, C. H..:   Robson. C    I   Reid,  M. N        Stainton  &   Brown.  1   Lot.  Lot 185,   1 Lot   IPt Lot m   1   Lo.t   PI  Lot 137   Lot  105   Pt N. E. 1-1 Sec. 12.  S.  E. 1-4 Sec. 13   Pt Lot 106   Pt Lot 59   Pt  Lot 138   Lot   73   Pt Lot 183 and 184..  Pt Lot 106   Pt   Lot 177   Pt  Lot  177   PI Lot ISO   Pt  S.  1-2 Sec.  22   |Pt   Sec.  15     2   Lots   Ladner ILots 24, 25 and 26....  Ladner [Lot 27   Ladner Lots 69 and 70.  (12  G 2  G2  G 2  G2  T 5  T5  Ladner  Ladner  G2  G2  Ladnar  Ladner  Ladner  G2  G2  T5  G 2  •T 6  G 2  Gulehon  Ladner  G 2  ILadner  ILadner  G2  G2  Guichon  G2  (5 1  G2  Ladner  Ladner  Ladner  G 2  T3  G'2  G2  G2  (J2  G 2  G2  G2  G 2  T6  G2  G 2  G 2  G2  .     G2  ...iLadner  ILadner  I    G2  j     G 2  .1  .1  G 2  G2  ILadner  ILot 64.  Lots 10, 11, 12 and 13.  Pt Lot 106   Lot 151   Lots 6 and  7   Lots 8 and 9   Lots I and J....   Pt  Lot 115   Pt  Lot 115   Pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 22..  Pt   Lot 142   Pt S. W. 1-4 See. 12...  Pt Lot 59   2  Lots   '   Lots 91 and 92   Pt  Lot 106   Lot     Lot     PI Lot 59   Pt  Lot 188   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 175   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 Lot 1ST,   Pt   Lot   107   Lot 106   Lot  116 and E   Pt Lot 174   Pt   Lot. 131   Pt  Lot  132   Pt   Lot   106   Lot 95   Pt  l/it 106   Pt Lot 59   Pt Lot 116   Lot   82   Lots 74 and 75.  Stainton, J. V Ladner  Stainton. M ' I    G2  Swanson. L I    G2  Shirley,  Rich I    G 2  Shirley-, P...'    ILndner  Simpson,  J Ladner  Simpson,  J.' ILadner ILot 10'  Simnson. J'.. 1    G2 IPt Lot 115.  Shoff, J. A.' ILadner Lots 78 and 78.  Sellek, M IGuichon H  1-ot   Sturdy, Rich I    T4 iN.  W.  1-4 Sec.  8....  Sturdy. Rich' [    T 4 IS. W   1-4 Sec.  6....  Sutherby, R. J I    G2 iFt  Lot 137   Sherman. Mr.  T Guichon 12 -Lots   Smith, A....' I    G2 Pt Lot 182   Smith.  Mrs.  A ::'• I    G2 Lot 4 of 182 1    .  Shotbolt. T   : ILadner Lots 122 ami 123.... .  Ta.vlnr, A. DeR I     G3 IPt Lot 100   Tavlor, H. O- '■ I    G2 Pt .l<ot 107 :  ..  Tavlnr, Fred I    G2 IPtiLot 116  . I 7-20  .12  .128  .1-5  .147  .11-5  .30  . 11-5  71 1-2  1-5  136  160  1-2  5  48  1-10  SO  2-5  40  ,90  35  92  5S0  3-20  9-20  3-20  1-5  11-20  7  14-20J  87  3-10  3-10  1-5  60  16 1-2  114  47  20  16  3-5  2-5  1-10  3-20  3-20  30  10  2-5  10  95 3-5  7 1-4  3-10  2  1-5  5  640  156  113  160  120  290  12 1-2  40  41  160 '  85  162  30  105  100  1-5  1 1-8  SO  68  15  1-2  3-20  1-6  4-5  Thukle, Thos.... ."....."..;'........Il-adner iLats 109 and 112.  Thukle, Thos ILadner  Thukle. Thos ILadner  Thukle. Thos : I    G2  Todd, Thos ' ILadner  - • ■   -- rj 2  G 2  GS  G2  Trim, Ed.       Vasey, H. M   Vasey, Mrs. H   Vlcevlch &  Selllck....  Waddell. J.  L.,  Warlde.II,' J.  L    ..(Ladner  Lots O and P..  Pt   Lot M   Pt   Lot 115   I-ots 126 and 127.  IPt Lot 59   iPt   Lot   26   |Pt   Lot   26   Pt Lot 59.  15  1-4  1-5  1-5  44  3-10  1-5  160  160  91 1-2  3-5  7 1-4  15  2-6  1-2  80  20  2-6  2-5  1-1  100  11 1-2  1S4  50 |  Ladner ILots 92 and 93.  War?dell. J.   L  G2  Waddell. J.   L  G2  Waddell,  J,   L  G2  Waddell.  J.   L  G 2  Waddell,  J.   L I G2  Waddell, j, l  Q|  Wellington  Farm  G2  We'ilniTtnn   Farm  G2  Wellington  Farm  G2  Wellington   Farm  P2  Whltesides, W. S  G-2  Whitworth.  Ike  G2  Wilson, J. Kerr ILTdner  Wilson, J. Kerr I G 2  -Wilson, J. Kerr  G 2  WHson, E. E. M  G2  ■ Wilson. H IGuichon  Wright, S. & W ' I G2  Wright, S.  * W I T'B  Woods, Dxvld I G2  •Watson, H ILndner  ILots 125 and   127..  Woodward.  Esther ILadner (Lots A and Pt C.  Woodward.  Esther JLadner |Lot 55   Lot 67 11-5  Pt Lot 139 |25  Lot 12 of Lot 18! Ill  1-2  Lots S and U or Lot 181 | 27 1-2  Lot 7 and Pt 5 of Lot 181   IPt Ix>t 181   IPt Lot 182....'   ILot 54 '.      ILot 56       I' ot  56     I  |TX)t  57 1  IPt Lot 130 '......' I  Pt  I-ot  115 I  I Lots 83 and 84 1  ILot   129 1  ILot 12S.'. I  |T/ot 120 1  |2 Lots I  Pt Ixit 1SS I  |Pt S. E. 1-4 Sec. "2 |  Pt Lot 1SS I  2.8  17  17  11.0  150  150  150  <0  S 1-2  3-10  160  216  160  2-5  10  114  10  2-5  1  17-20  3-20  Totals  value  of un-  prove-  ruents.  2.111  5.06  6.99  1.20  70 70  1.20  7.20  1.20  25. S4  1.20  52.85  68.0H  1.20  2.18  20.20  60  29.62  20  12.10  27.10  16.90  11.10  70.(10  1.80  2.70  1.20  1.20  3.30  20.10  36.75  1.80  1.80  1.23  16.26  4.49  13.80  19.82  .8.43  6.98  1.80  2.00  60  47  47  13.10  3.00  2.40  2.70  63.44  3.00  3.60  6.00  1.20  2.18  77.10  23,ff)  47.6C  3S.60  50.60  122.60  5.43  20.50  27.25  67. r0  20.15  39.00  19.87  50.35  24.19  1.20  3.40  16.60  4V05  9.87  1.20  47  1.20  40  2.18  4.05  1.50  1.20  1.20  11.88  1.80  1.20  9.65  19.25  33.16  1.80  3.00  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  *24  4.-21  46.50  64.40  54.40  54.30  63.00  2.0-1  1.80  106.no  143.25  106.00  2.40  8.00  13.80  3.O0  2.40  4.70  47  6000.00  to cover (    Tctr.l  interest  |   Special  fcr is yr3 j asscss-  at ,s per c |     incut.  1.80  1.96  4.68  29.40  75  3.S5  11.08  23.20  24.55  42  9.05  4-1  12.89  19  5.45  12.65  7.15  4.50  30.10  80  1.20  75  75  1.25  9.67  15.90  80  80  98  7.14  1.75  5.70  8.78  3.79  1.S2  80  1.25  05  IS  18  1.85  1.55  1.50  1.20  •25.09  1.55  1.60  2.45  42  33.40  10.80  20.72  16.65  2U.90  52.90  1.07  11.20  11.75  29.35  8.80  18.20  8.60  21.80  14.37  76  1.80  7.45  19.17  4.4R  75  IS  75  25  43  1.S0  1,10  88  75  6.2S  80  75  4.00  8,05  14.42  80  1.55  2.50  1.50  26  S.86  3.37  1.50  1.50  71  12.00  1.50  33.93  9.17  42  1.50  75  4.67  1.20  2.25  3.5S  3.7S  3.78  20.45  23.60  2,7.60  23.70  22.40  69  SO  ■1145  61.50  45.45  1.50  1.55  5.70  1.55  1,50  3.10  18  2202.00  3.90  7.02  11.57  1.95  100.10  1.95  11.05  1.95  36.92  1.95  7<_5  82.55  1.95  2.60  29.25  1.04  42.51  39  17.55  39.65  24.05  15.60  100.10  2.60  3.90  1.95  1.95  4.55  29.77  62.65  2.60  2.60  2.21  23.40  6.24  19.50  28.60  12.22  7.80  2.60  3.25  65  65  65  14.95  4.55  3.90  3.90  88.53  4.55  5.20  8.45  1.95  2.C0  no,-.o  33. SO  68.38  66.25  71.50  175.50  6.50  37.70  39.00  96.85  29.25  67.20  2S.47  72.15  3S.47  1.95  6.20  24.05  64.22  14.30  1.9".  65  1.95  <r,  2. so  6A5  2.60  1.56  1.95  17.16  2.60  1.95  13.65  27.30  47.53  ?.>;o  4.55  6.21  -3.!;o  62  ,11.05  7. SO  3.90  3.90  2.21  39.00  3.90  5.85  111,11  30.29  2.60  3.90  195  15.21  5.07  8.11  11.57  S.02  8.02  66.95  7S.O0  78.00  7S.0O  75.40  2.73  2.60  151,15  201.75  151.46  3.90  4.65  19.W  4.65  3.90  7. SO  65  7302.00  ain't assessed  fores ch  yr. for  i.3 years  30  54  89  15  7.70  15  85  15  2.S1  15  5.85  6.35  15  20  2.25  08  3.27  05  1.35  3.05  1.86  1.20  7.70  20  30  15  15  35  2.29  4.05  20  2i)  17  1.80  48  1.50  2.20  94  60  20  25  05  05  05  1.15  35  30  30  6.S1  35  40  65  15  20  8.50  2.6T)  5.26  4.25  5.50  13.50  60  2.90  8.00  7.45  2.25  4.40  2.19  5.55  2.65  15  40  1.S5  4.94  1.10  15  05  15  06  20  45  20  12  15  1.32  20  15  1.05  2.10  3.66  20  35:  481  30  04  85  M  30  30  17  3.00 j  30  45  8 57  2.33  20  30  15  1.17  39  ■17  89  51  54  6.15  600  6.00  6.00  6.80  21  20  11.63  15.75  11.65  30  36  1.50  35  30  60  05  554.00  3. That this By-law shall he published In the "Del!-- News" newspaper on ce every week for four consecutive weeks  before the final pnsslmr thereof, and shall come into operation and take effect seven days from the date of Its final  adoption by the Council.  4. This Bv-law may be cited for all purposes as the "Delta Dyking and Drainage Scheme, 1895, By-law No.   I"  Provisionally adopted l>y  the Council on the 12th day of July, 1902.  N. A. McDIARMID, Clenk Municipal Council.  WM.   H.  LADNBR, R,.  ,tH'f'M*f'H"H-H  - -f *++♦++*+*+ *+*  Delta Transfer Stable  LADNER, B. C.  SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE H0RSB8  ON SHORT NOTICE  Team Work Done at Specially Low Prices.  JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  + Telephone " Ladner" No. 10.  B. C, CIGAR FACTORY  B. C—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With  Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  Hotel Colonial  J. K. INSUvY, Prop.  Rates, $ J.5° and $2.00 per day.  Special   attention (riven   to Commercial  Travellers.  Cor. McKencie and Clurkvon Sts.  New Westminster, B.-C-  LADNER, B. C.  P. SHIRLEY, Proprietor.  B. WILBERG & CO.  NEW W.iSTlNSTEU, B.  C.  P. O. BOX 65l.  Paling Ties  Cheapest aiid Best  f« AhWERS&N & CO  1VBW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  Conveniently  situated  and  first class in every particular.  BEST CUISINE SERVICE  i  I  J. HENLEY   |  ♦!♦  NEW WESTMINSTER,    X  B. C.  ♦♦♦ Manufacturers of nil kinds of  i  Y Soda Water, Ginger  .♦.     Ale and  Summer  J, Drinks. j  J       Your patronage solicited      *  •«..;.....;,^..j,.,.,j,....».„„.„,.,.,„„.,<.,...Mj>^<A  The Only Genuine  <_—H_BB8B__B_B_)___B—__BMBJaBBMM^Ml  Orchestral Attachment  Beware ofthe claim of disappointed dealers who tell-you that they  can give you a "Banjo Attachment " or " instrumental attachment" or  something else which they endeavor to make you believe is just as good  as the " Bell Orchestral Attachment." There is nothing el§e 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 " at a price which,is less than .the cost  of manufacture. He does this for the purpose of belittling Pianos and  Organs that he knows he cannot get. Reputable and responsible, dealers and agents don't make such false statements.  New Art Series of Bell Piano  With the Orchestral Attachment and Practice ^leaver.  Hell Pianos are built to wear longer and please  better than any other,  Hell Pianos are warranted ten yoars  Bell Pianos attachment double piano's life  Hell Pianos enable you to imitate the Harp  Hell Pianos produce *be tout's of the Zither  Hell Pianos enable you to practice without annoyance to otthers.  Bell Pianos stimulate the efforts of It^ruers by  their great variety of tones  Bell;Pianos give you, if wanted, the tones and  effects ofthe old Dulcimer.  Hell Pianos imitate tlie Mandolin to perfection.  Hell  Pianos render the tones of the Cuitor a  will  Hell Pianos give 3-011  Banjo tones fur jigs aud  dance music  Bell Pianos produce the tones of the Auloharp  for you  Hell Pianos places Auld Scotia's Sons by j rait a  ting the bagpipes  Bell Pianos render martial airs iuiniita   on of  Fife and Drum Corps  Bell Pianos imitate the tones of the bugle, near  or far away  Hell Pianos enable the player to perfecty imitate a Chime of Hells  Bell Pianos give tones of the Aeolian Harp  Hell Ptanus enable the player to get hundreds  of shades of lone-color  Bell Pianos give hundreds of effects and tones  impossible iu any other  Bell Pianos have  patented double spring pedals'  so made that they never squeak or break  Bell Pianos have genuine hand-carved   ornamentations  Bell  Piamss are made and warranted  by ihe  largest makers of Pianos in Canada.  i  BELL PIANOS are the only Piano made with the  JHi^itable Double  Repeating Action.  BELL PIANOS have the Full Metal Plates with Bushed Timing Pins.  A One Cent Postal Card may .save you  One Hundred Dollar^   >  New catalogues showing new designs of beautiful  cases in choice  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 accommodation.    Good stab-  v      ling.   Careful attention given to horses.  J. WISE, Prop  0. T. Bate  W.  N.  DRAPER,  PROVINCIAL  I.AJID SUR^STSpl  Koom 2, ICllard Block, New Westminster, B.C.  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers:  Agent for  Ladner, B. C.  S  A full stock of Buggies, Carriages always on  hand.   Repairing of all descriptions.  Insure ypur Stocks, .Houses and  ; Barns in the Anglo-A erican and  ■ Equity Fibi- Insurance Co pan-  ! ies. We are not in the Insurance  Trust, and can positively save you  i money.    Gall or write for rates.  A. W. MgLeod,  DISTRICT AGENT.  Office: Burr Block; Columbia street,  'Phone 62.       New Westminster  I ice in W il Sale Site ••  JOHN SIMPSON, Proprietor.  ® Refitted throughout with New Horses, New Buggies  and Hacks.    Good saddle Horses alway on hand.  ^ Lowest Rates. - - elephone No. 13.  » THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, m*.  JB?  ■*■.'.' j1-   i    '  DIED.  ,Vask>y.—At Crescent Island, on  Friday' "morning, October 24th,  Trenholme, son of Mr. and Mrs.  H. M. Vasey, aged three months.  MARRIED.  J3lack-L,ewis—At Vancouver  on  '   Wednssday, October 22nd, 1902,  David Black to Miss Dora Lewis,  both of Ladner. .  Local News.  Colin Chisholm is visiting  at the  Jubilee Farm.  FOR SALE.  ((I  John  Oliver, M. P. P., returned  from Victoria last evening.  Rev. I. ,W. Williamson has spent  the past week visiting in Vancouver.  L.   Davis   of  Tynehead, was a  visitor   to   the   Delta   for the past  * T , ' ' ' ,  week.  C.   M.   Carncross,  C. M. C., of  Surrey, was in Ladner the first of  the week.  i 1,     1       ■   Harry Freeman of Westminster  .last week purchased the Welsh  farm near Cloverdale.  Mackay & Southon, bookseller?  and stationers, Westminster have a  change of ad in this issue.  T. J, Robinson of Kamloops, has  been appointed organizer for the  province; for the conservatives.  P. Clark and wife returned from  Vernon on Tuesday. Mrs. Clark's  health has not improved as the  change of climate was expected.  Reeve W. H. Ladner this week  presented Thk News with a sample  of walnuts and chestnuts grown on  his farm. They were of excellent  quality.  The members of L. 0. L. No.  1612 of Ladner will  entertain their  friends  with  their   annual  supper  1 -,   and concert in  town  hall ou Wednesday evening, November ,5th.  i .    >  This week quits a number from  the Delta attended the auction sale  of stock at Matsqui.      The follow-  1  ing were the purchasers: H. M.  Vasey 75 sheep, F. Kirkland 20  cattle 40 sheep, Tiffin 10 cattle and  30 sheep. Besides the above gentlemen, Reeve Ladner, C. Brown,  S. Thompson, D. A. McKee and  John MeCallan attended the sale.  A first class Doherty Piano Cased  Organ, stands six feet two inches and  of the finest finish. Has eight sets  of reeds and sub-bass, 17 stops. It  is an exceptionally fine toned  instrument and one ofthe best manufactured by the Doherty Co. Will  be sold at a reasonable price. For  further information apply to T_K  Dklta News or  J.   M.   COLLINSON,  Ladner, B.C.  ©•®e_c _«©••©©© _oS5©3e;?"» <s©o®«i»e©<-.,«e>©e _• o©*_«o«^  and Jeweler  LADNER, B. C.  _»  -OF-  In the Delta Municipality  and Lots est the Village  of Ladner.  nr. H. N. Rich will sell by Auction at the Town Hall, Ladner,  at an early date.  850 ACRES DELTA LANDS  now known us the "Imperial Farm," s'tuate  in Township 5. New Westminster District,  described us north east quarter of Section 10;  south westqttarter of Section 15, north hnlf of  south e*ist quarter of Section 15; the north half  of south west quarter of Section 1^; north half  of Secrion 15; timber lots 3 and 4 Section 15;  south portion of Section 22, an island in the  Fraser River close to Ladner, known as Lot 453;  and 6 lots with residence in the town of Ladner,  THK ABOVE FARM LANDS will beofferedin  kt.s to suit thOBc desiring Urge or small holdings nnd wid be sold ou the following terms if  desired; _o per ceutcash aud balance on mortgage al five per cent, per annum with five per  cent, of principal payable annually.  THKS1-; LANDS ARK DRAINKD AND 1T,N _KI>  in a good state of cultivation and have abundant supply of good water, aud to parties requiring Grain, Dairy or Stock Farms, presents an  opportunity rarely to be met with to acquire  first class properties on such favorable terms,  and arc offered for sale to close up the estate of  the late Mr. Thos. McNeely*  FULL PARTiCl'LARS and plans arein course  of preparation and may shortly be obtained  from the auctioneer at Ladner, 1>. C.  THE AUER  GASOLENE LAMPS  FOR SALE.  gives 100-candle power for each  burner at half the cost of oil,  acetylene or incadescent electric  li^ht. It is the only lamp which  does not have to be taken down  to fill—the reservoir is removable.  It is self cleanig.  THIS  LAMP IS 1T1.I.V  GUARANTEED   j TINSMH  A full stock of high grade  Jeweleryr Watches, and Clocks'  Repairing a specialty. If you have  any work leave it with me and I  will guarantee satisfaction.  -V-*.'V-t.-%.  _■*!. T..X-_"«V-%.-^-^.  __-%.-«*-%. » _  _  BOOTS  &>  SHOES  i'or bargains  IN    THESE     G00PS  CALL  ON  DRYGOODS I  GENT'S  FURNISHINGS  . I. HcBPIDE  ©  o  -•  ®    PORl_CUICHON, B. C.  PURE  APLE  SYRUP  New Shipment of  CITY BAKERY  DO YOU NEED  If so place your order early  and avoid the spring rush  Everything in Harness  nnd Saddlery at  Moderate Prices.  11. Mcdowell,  LADNER, B. C,  \ ROBERT MAT  Ladner,    =     B. C.  J  'Phone 5  CHOICE  ^GROCERIES  COME and inspect  THESE  GOODS  BEST  9  SATISFACTION BRANDS   OF*  GUARANTEED FLOUR       £  •H*-H-H-f-S-H-H-f+♦*+*+*-f -H-H-H-+•!•♦'■!■ i !■ ♦ ■!■ ♦ ■!■ j Aj ,i,u  i  ± A NEW L,INE OF  t  LADIES. BLOUSES LADIES SAILORS  LADIES SKIRTS LADIES WHITE UNDERWEAR  AND STAPLE DRYGOODS  FRESH :-: GROCERIES :-:  EVERY :-   AT   EEK  ♦ _/♦  ■H+++*4*-K-+-H-*<H~H-H-H frf-H-H't*  |..,%...%...:.fr..%...s^^  \mmunition  A large stock of Loaded Shells  Smokeless and Black Powder at  MARSHALL SMITH  IE  if  I  \  i j  i E  <  \\  |i  if  f  •■Iv'-^K-'-Hv'-Hr'-H-^-^'-Mr^M^-Hr'-^K-^MC-***1  *^**^'**7fc**^f^3K',*w'Hlfr^w,#,w#'W5'*9 1  TO  GIVE SATISFACTION 0:1  «  REFUNDED.  Approved by Canadian Fire Underwriters' Association. On view  and for sale at the Drug Store.  F. J. Mackenzie.  \ mm uliiltW, IliilliU  "NO  and  j| Heaters lined and stoves set up. (  1  i  ■■■■   IV;!RJNQ|  1   Agent for  J The   Gttr_t>  t     Oxford  \  t  ney  Foundry   Coy s, t  Stmts aud Ranges.     '  Tlie best on the market  Ten choice milk cows, pick of  fourteen.: Also on»registered Short-  born bull, calved April Kth, 1900. '  ; W. H- LADNER,  ILADNER', B. C.  ®9©«©o_o_©Q«0»3o>C.a_«•_«>   »©»@«C»®»©c'<®e _*©•&'«£•©  "Windsor Hotel  Corticr CblihnBta & Be?Bie, Sis.  NKW WESTMINSTER  Rumple rooms for commercial travelers. Centrally situated in business portion of the city.  Accommodation and attendance first class. Con  yenient, to tramway terminus, and c F R depot  and steniuboats. Kates $i, $1.25 and $1.50.  A. VACHON,      - Proprietor  TAILORING  Clothes Altered, Cleaned arid Repaired.  Parcels left at' Walker's or w\ 't.' McBride's store  I will be _lted for oil Monday and returned on  Saturday. Q,   w. WALKER.  TENDERS  Tenders will be received by the  Detja Municipal Council, up till  iooh, November mil, for; the.pur-  fct'fa'se of $5,600'Dykin-j Bonds.  For  Particulars apply to the-undersigned.  •lf N. A. iMcDIARMID,  Ladner, Oct'. 24, 1002. C.M.C.  l^.r      ■'•-.. . :.  NEW    LINE    JUST   ARRJVED  &The Latest in Ladies Hats, Children's Hoods, etc J  i>ou't miss this opportunity to see and purchase these goods  O  6  •  O A  SPECIAL  LINE   OP  f      Fine Nobby Boy's  9«®e@og)s®e©a_ie<$e_>t» _ 030  uits of the Best Quality  IBB. CI  "sit©oQuOr'S*8i»l;o©8(  ™PL  -with-  Tim  Naw Westminster, B. G.  insurance Ageney  t® Loan.    -  We have ni re Gum Boots in stock than any othar store in the city  In order to redtl :e our stock we well Sell for 30 Days  Men's £ ay Froof Gum Boots at $5 and $5.50  Regular Price $5.75 and $6.25  We also have arge sizes in Hip Boots that we are selling at $4.50.  w. e. ^nclair, Leading Shoe store oi Net wesloilgsler  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Claxk.  First class work. Your patronage solicited.  W. II. TA_7jOR,     -     -     PROP.  JIG  &piGG,  The Magic Animal Spice and the Magic Poultry Spice mad* by the  Magic Spice Co., Vancouver, are composed of the very best vegetable  drugs known. They give genuine satisfaction in building up horses  and cattle and producing milk.    Eggs guaranteed iu winter.  FOR SALE AT  MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE, LADNER.  The "Lion  Brand."  Of Boys' School Clothing.  Our new ideas in  Hoys' School Clothing are 20th  Century ideas. *  They nre a little ahead ofthe limes but they will be thoroughly nppseciated by buyers,  ue of Hoys' Clothing is lnauuf.ictured  from all wool  Halifax tweed's, specially made for hard wear-  Thin  ... jft_ liny the whole suit complete or the knickers separate. If you buy a suit now and want  •acorn] pair of knickers later on you can get them to match the coat which will always outwent'  ■u pair of knickers. Our knickers art always made with double seats aud double kuees. Ve  e the only people in town handling tlie " Lion " Brand.  j. E. PHILLIPS,  New Westminster.  I

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