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THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER ��, 190*
Delta O/Kc & Drainage Scheme
1895, By-Law Uo. S.
A by-law to pro-rid* for preecrfing, maintaining, repairing snd kaeytog ia .repair certain   Dyking
Dreinege woki constructed under nnd by virtue of tbe provision* ot tba Delta Dyke end Pnin ilj-tow, tan.
ot the Municipality ot Delta,
Provisionally Adopted on the lath (toy of October, A. _>. 190t [����!V-    wrf!'������  y '
Whereas under tbe said "Delta. Dyke and Drain By-law, 1886," certain drainage and dyking works
therein mentioned were and are fully made and completed and are now being operated ia the said Municipality; ,
And where** under and by virtue of Section 261 of tbe "Municipal Act, 1807," it ia provided that after
such works are fully made end completed as aforesaid, it sball be th* duty of tlie said Municipality making
such works to preserve, maintain and keep in repair, the same at the expense of the lota, parts of lots, and
roads, as the case may be as agreed upon and shown in the by-law when Anally passed;
And wiiereas, under and by virtue of Section 203 of the Municipal Act, 1897," the council may paae a
by-law to borrow upon debentures of the said Municipality, the funds necessary for the repairs and works
required by said Section Ml, and shall .assess and levy upon thc property benefited, a special rate sufficient
for the payment of the principal and interest of the debentures;
.And whereas, it is expedient and necessary to preserve, maintain, repair, and keep in repair tbe said
works at the expense of the lota and parts of lota benefited toereby, aad the .sum of tour thousand (f_O00u00)
dollars is necessary and is required tnerefor:
Be it therefore enacted by tbe Mid Municipal Council of tbe .District Municipality of th* Corporation
of Delta, pursuant to the provisions of the "Municipal Act, 1897," and Amendment Acta, aa follows:
1. That the Reeve of the said District Municipality may borrow on the credit ot the Corporation of
said District Municipality the sum of 14000.00, being the funds necessary for the said works, and may issue
debentures of tbe said Corporation to that amount in sums of not leas than |10v.00 each, and payable witk-
in eleven years from tbe date thereof, with interest at the rate ot five per cent, per annum, that is to say
in eleven equal annual payments, the first of which shall be due and payable on tlie fifth of October, 1909,
' and all such debentures to be payable at the Royal Bank ot Canada, .Ladaer, Province of   British   Columns*
and to have attached to them coupons 'or ">��� paym...t ef interest.
2. Kor tbe purpose ot paying the sum oi 14000.00 being tbe amount to be charged against tbe said lands
benefited, and which said lands are numbered in schedule "A" of thia By-tow, and which are tbe lands numbered and described in the By-law known and described as "Delta Dyke and Drain By-tow, 1891, of the Municipality of Delta," and to cover interests thereon for eleven year* at the rate of five per centum per annum,
and the following special rates, over and above all other rates, shall be accessed and levied in the asm* meaner and at the same time aa taxes are levied upon the undermentioned lots an dparts of lots, and which are
the land, mentioned and described in the schedule ef .assessment in tbe said "Delta Dyke and Drain By-law,
1895, of the Municipality of Delta," and the amount of said special rates aud interest assessed against each
lot or part of lot, respectively, shall be divided into eleven equal parts, and one sueb part shall be assessed
and levied as aforesaid in eech year for eleven years after tne final pas��:ng of this By law, during which tbe
said debentures have to run.
SCHEDULE "A."
Schedule of assessment on eer tain lands in Townships 3, 4, 0 and 8 for   preserving,   maintaining,   and
keeping in repair land reclamation, and drainage works for benefits to said Township*
Nominal Owner of Property.
Description of Property.
Anderson, li	
Allison, M. and J .. .
Anderson, Uus .."..,
Anderson, (Jus ....
Anderson, (jus .. .. .
Axelson, Adam .. ..
A. B. C. racking Co.
Alexander, Wm.. ..
Arthur, Mis. W.. ..
Arthur, Mrs. W..
Arthur, C. E	
Arthur, li. J	
Aothur, P. T	
Bath, John	
Bain, N. tl	
Bath, Jos	
Benson, 11. D	
Benson, 11. D	
Booth, '.las	
Brodie, Eldon	
Bone, Jas..'	
Browne, 17 S	
Browne, 17 S.... ... ..
Burr, J. Jtt	
Burr, J. B	
Burr, J. J	
Burr, E. B	
Burr, E. B	
Burr, E. B	
B.vroni, Geo	
Byrom, Mrs. Geo...  .
Bown, E. A	
Brown, A...	
Butterlielcl, J. T	
Berney, Jas	
Black, David	
Brodie. Sidney	
Beadleston, V	
Baptist Church  ...   .
Calhoun, E. W	
Carty, John	
Cbidell, E... '	
Cresswell, H. J	
CoRiilich, A.	
Campbell, J. A... .....
Collinsnn, J. M	
Cane, J  ...
Carter, 11	
Cullis, P	
Davie,  Alex	
Davie, Alex	
Devexaux, Khoda ...
Dove,  Douglas  ...   ..
Dunsddle, T. J	
.Elliot, J. B	
���Uot, J. B	
JClIis, W. It	
Ellis. John  ...
Egton, H	
jralk, A. A	
Falk, A. A	
F"''!<-. A. A	
Falk, Andrew	
Farrell, Richard  ...   ,
Fenton, Alex	
Follis, Jas	
Frederick. J	
Follis, John	
Gibbie. P. T	
Gilchrist, JT. ,
Gilchrist, A	
Gilchrist,- A	
rtlVftrl**.  A	
Grants Jas	
Grant. P. B	
Green, ft F	
Goudy, W	
Guichon, Est. L	
Qnicbon, Est. L	
fmichen, Est. L. ..  ,,
GtiiVben, Est. L	
Guichon, Est. Ti 	
Guichon, Est. L	
Guichon, Est. T,	
Gnfc.hon, Eat. L. ..	
Grant A Kerr ..
Gnidanich, J.	
Graner, J .
Preen, RHxabeth	
K-irtnell. F	
Wartnell. F. ���.,
Helenfns. K. . ,	
.Harris, D	
Holmes. .T. R	
Holmes. Wm ,
Holmes. Wm.  .........
Hume, Thf**Ss  ,,,, ,. ...
Pome, Thos.  r.
Gr. 2, pt lot 50
Or. 2, pt lot 139
Or. 2, pt lot 102
Jjadner, lots 3, 4 and 9
Guichon, lots tf and 11
Ladner, lot 24	
Or. 2, pt lot 100
.Uidner, lot 35
Or. 2, lot 111 ..
Gr. 2, pt lot 172
Or. 2, pt lot 172
Or. 2, pt lot 112
Gr. 2, pt lot 112
Tp. 5, pt .NE % Sec 15
ladner, lot 115
ladner, pt lot M
Tp. 5, NE Vt Sec. 25 .
Tp. 3, K % Sec. iJO .. ,
.Ladiier, lota 45 and 46
Or. 2, pt lot 188
Ladner, lots 101 and 103
Or. 2, lot 110	
Or. 2, pt lot 188 ,
Ur. 2, lot 140	
Ur. 2, pt lot 142
Ur. 2. lot 144 ..
Or. 2, pt lot 96
Ur. 2, pt lot 147
Ur. 2, lot 148 .. .
Gr. 2, pt. lot 180
Ladner, lot 13(5
J-adner, lot 131 and 132
Tp. 4, pt Sec. 211
Gr. 2, pt. let 132
Or. 2, pt. lot 59:	
Gr. 2, pt, lots 183 and 184 .
Ur. 2, pt. lot 138
Gr. 2, pt. lot 115
Ladner, lot 141
Or. 2, pt. lot 188
Gr. 2, pt. lot 132
Gr. 2, lot 105 .. .
Ladner, lot 130
Or. 2, pt. lot 69 .
Gr. 2, pt. lot
Ladner, lota 158 to 161
Gr. 2, pt. lot 131
Gr. 2, pt. lot 59
Gr. 2, pt. lot 137
T. 6, s.w. Vi sec 23
Gr. 2, lot 176
Gr. 2, pt. lot 115
Ur. 2, pt, lot 180
j Ladner, lota 142 and 148
Ladner, lots 14 to 18
Ladner, lot 72
Gr. 2, pt. lot 188
Gr. 2, pt. lot 188
Ladner, lot 122
Gr. 2, pt. lot 133
Gr. 2. pt. lot 119
Or. 2. pt. lot 59
Ur. 2, pt. lot 119
Gr. 2, lot 113
Lftdner, lot 110
Or. 2, pt. lot 115
T. 5. s.e. Vi see 35
Gr. 2. pt. lot 132
Ur. 2, lot 183	
T. It, s. % s.w. % sec 12
T. 6, pt. n.w. % sec 12
Gr. 2. pt, lot 9(1*
Or. 2, pt, lot 147 ,
Gr. 2, pt. lot 115
Lndner, lot 100
Gr. 2, lot Ml .. .,
T. 5, s. pt, sec 25
Or. 2, lot 127
Gr. 2, lot 117
Or. 2. lot 108
Gr. 2, lot 109
Gr. 2, lot 98
Gr. 2, lot 97
Gr. 2, lot 96
Guichon, 2 lota
Guichon, 36 lota
Guichon, 1 lot	
T. 8, pt. n. e. % sec 14
Ladner, lot 54
Ladner, lota 78 and 79
Gr. 2, pt, lot 188
Gr. 2. pt. lot 132
T. $, pt. n.w. % sec 12
Gr. 2, lot I0S ..
T. 6, s.e. K sec 12
T. ��. pt. S.W. % sec 12
Gr. 2, lot 149	
On 2, |ot JM,,
Dem-rifttUm at Property.
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Hutcherson. H. 9. .
Hansen, L.	
Hansen, C.	
Hagrgmaa, jr, ... ..
Haggman, 1, .. ..
Hollingshead, i. W,
Hanford, F.	
Houle, O	
Jackson, B. S.
Jordan, Jos	
Jordan, Jos. ......
Jordan, Joe.	
Juriet, D	
Juriet, D	
Juriet, D. .,        	
Jensen, Alt.	
King, A. A. .. .. .. .. .
Kirkland,'Est. J	
Kirkland, Est. J	
Kirkland, F.	
Kirkland, H. J.	
Kirkland, Mrs. J	
Kettles. Chaa.	
Kerr, Ts W. ..  ��. .�� ��
Logan, J. A,
L��very, E. .
Ladner, Thos. E. .. .
Ladner, Thos. E. .. .
Ladner, Thos. E. .. .
Ladner, E. B. ,,
Ladner, EUto .. .�� ,_   ., .. .. .��� ..
Ladner, W. H. .. ,	
ladner, W. H. .��� ������ .��� .. .��� ,. .. .,
.Leary, Wm  ., ..
Leary, W. J	
Lord, Est. F.	
Lord, Est. F. .. .. _. ,,  ;_ ���,
Lord. Ce-ae. ..
Lord, Chas  .,	
Lome, Estate	
Lorne, Estate	
Lorne, Estate	
Lome, Estate ,	
Lorne, Estate , ........
Lorne, Estate .,.._.
Lorne, Estate -.
Lorne, Estate ..
Lorne, Estate .. .. _, ._ ., .. .. ..
Lome, Estate .. .. .��� .�� .. n ., ..
Leny A Lersen .. ., .. .. ,, ,,, ,. .,
Lanning, W. J.	
Larnd, Fred. .. .. .. ., __   .. .. ..
Lewie, Hanford ..  ..  .. .. .. .. ..
Lasseter, Geo.	
Leary, A. B.	
Livingstone, W.	
Ladner, 0s. Building Co.	
Macon, Ann H. ..	
Martinslich. V. ., .. ., , , ,,
MUbeso*. Mrs. P,	
McBriu���, W. Usee   *���   ee   am   am   e ���   me   me
MeCullough, F... .. .. .. .. ,	
McClosky, Gee, ,'. ,, ,. ..
McDonald, J. at ,, ..
McKee, Est. J, ,. ,, ,��� ... ,, ,, *.. '*,
McKee Bros. ., ., ,, *,   .. .. ,��� ,,
McKee. D. A.	
McKee, J.	
Monkman, Louis ..  ..
McDiarmid, M. A	
McKenxie, P. J. .. .. .. ,���	
McNeely, Mrs. k. .. ,�� ����� .. ,_ ��, *+
McNeely, Mrs. A  ...
McNeely, Mrs. A.
McNeely, Mrs, A..
McNeely, Mr*. A..
MeNeely, Mrs. A	
McNeely, Est Thos	
Mitchell, N	
Mitchell, N	
Moffet, Kobt.  ...
MoCet, Bob*.	
Moffet, Robt	
Monkman, J. J... ... ...	
Monkman, J.J... ... .*. ... ���������..���������
Monkman, Li... ... ... ... ... .**
Mortey, SamnSl ... ... ... ... ... .-
Morrow, C. H ..���
Morrow, C. H... ..��� ������. �������� ... ���������
Macklin, H	
Maoklin, H ...
Macklin, H	
Moore, J. A... ... ... ... . .��. ##*��
Moere. J. A... ... ... ... . ... ...
McKenzie, J... ... *.
McCormick, H... ... ... ... ... ���������
McKenzie, P...  ...  ...  ...  ��������� ...
Ktsbet, Mareella	
Nelson, Jas -
Mcolich, Ossper   ... ...
N. C. Invt. Teaet  ...
Nicholson, H  .	
O'Brien Bros	
Oliver, Warren	
Oliver, Warren  *..
Oliver. Warren ... ... .. ... ... ...
Oliver, Warren	
"Olson, A  ... ... --- ...
Paterson, H. S  ������
PaieraoB, M. A... ... ... ... --��� ���������
Paterson, .. a... ... ... .,��� ������* ���������
Paterson, J. A... ������
Parnutes Bros	
Pemberton, P. B	
Pemberton, F. B. ..��� --*���
Peterson, O. C  ������-��� �������
Peterson, O. C... ...	
Pybus. Wss.	
Fybns, Wm .-
PytaM, V'm	
Price, David -.
Paddon, Geo  ... ... ...
Patterson, T. B... ... ... ... ... ..
Qnssjrjrran. H. H... ... ... -���* �������� -���
Bataage, S	
Bead, Adam ...  ... ���  ���������
Bead, Adam ...  ... ... ���������
Beach.'	
Rich, H. N .-- -.
men, H* N... ...  ...  ...  ... ... **
Itlchardsen, C. H...	
Kobson, Geo...  ...	
field, Ms Ns>s ... ... ..s.	
lUwlins, M  ... ... ... ... ���������
Roeeborougfc, M. E... ... ... ... ...
RoAtgerson. F... ... ... ... ... ...
, JKaifiton, 3.T.	
ntalnton. Ms  ..   ..   .. .. ���	
VWMWMMlds L. ..  ...   ...   ...  ...'.,.   ..
SMtley. P	
winjtoon, ��T.., +*m ��#	
Simpson. S 0j+ ���.; -
RlllfMIM^   i+,m    ����_|     *(t4     *_>,*      ���������      ���������     ���������
Sellek. M	
ttalick. M	
Sturdy, Richmond ... ... ... ... ...
l*t��Tdy. Wchm��.nd ... ...	
Htitberby, J. R... ^.. ��� ���.
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ladner, lota _"�� aad 77 .,
Gr. 2. pt. lot 132 ..  ..
Gr. 2. pt. lot 132	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 132 ,
Or. 2, pt. lot US	
Ladner, pt. lot L .. .. .
Or. 2. ptlot V**,.,. .,
Guichon, 2 lota .. ,, ..,
Ladner, loiVH ,. ��� ..
Ladner, lots 97 to 99 ..
T. 5. pt.ee. % sec 22 ..
Guichon, 2 lota	
T. 6, pt s.w. % sec n
Or. 2, lot 148 .
Gr. 2. lo* 148 ________
Gr. 2, pt lot 09	
Ladner, lots 83 and 84 ..
Or. 2, pt lot 177... .... *,
Gr. 2. ptlot ����.> ..
Gr. 2, pt lot ITT	
Or. 2. pt. lot 177 .. ..
Gr. 2, pt. lot 115	
Gr. 2, pt lota 58 aad 09
Guichoa, 4 lota ..
sLsd-MtJoit**.
Gr 2, pt. iot ��38
Gr.2, ptlot 116,.
T. 5, n.w. -54 aee 25
T. 5. n.e. *}4 sec M .. ..
Or. Apt. lot 182	
T. S, mm. hi awe. 89 ....
Or. 2, pt. tot 106	
Or. % pA. Jot 115	
Isadaet. itoita 19 and 20 ..
Gr. g, pt tato US end tit*... ���\
Ladner, lota 22 and 28 ....
Ladner, Ms F and UT ..
���Or. 2, pt lot 108	
Ledner,sIot 118	
T. 4, JCW KBee. T .. .. ..
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T. 4.8E % Sec. 18	
T. 4. ptNEKBee. M.. ..
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T. ��,*pt*NW\s8ec*10	
T. 4. ptNE **4 8cc. 29 .. ..
T. 4, 8 Vi Sec. 20	
T. 4, N H See. Jl ��� ,.. ..
Inda/it. Ioi ���.......�� ........ j.j.
Ladaer, lot 85 to 87 .. ..
T. 6. pt SW % See. 13 .. ..
Gr. 2, blk 3 of 138	
Guiebon, 1 led	
Gr.2, blx 3 of 138	
Ladaer, lot 187	
Ladner, lot 09 .. .. .. ..
Gr. 2, lot 185.... ,+ *, ^.,, ���,
Oulehoa, 1 lot .
Gr. 2, pt lot KIT
Guichon, 1 lot	
Ladner, lot 105 .. .
T. 6, NK V* Sec. �� .
T. 6. SE Vi See. 13 .
Gr. 2, pt tot 106 ��� .
<3r. _*,-pi lot MS .. .
Or. -2, pt lot lis .. .
Ot. 2, pt lot 115 .. .
ladner, lot 73	
Ladner. lota IM and 135 .
iadner, lot 56 .. .. .. .. ..
���Gr. X pt lot 177 ��� ��� *, ,, ...
T. fi. pt Sat, US .. .. ,. ��� ,st
ladaer, lota 4T**d 68 .. .
Ladner. Iota69 aad T9 ...
Gr. 2, ptlot 106 ..... ..
ladaer, lots 25 to 27 .. ..
Ladner, lots 10 to IS .. .
Gr.2, lot 151	
Gr. 2, lot 152 ... ...-. ,  ...���'
ladaer. Ma4ami 1,_. ,, ,dA
ladaer, lets * and t...
Ladner. let I	
Ur. 2. pt lot 115 ..
Or. 2, pt lot 188 .. ..
Ur. g, pi Jot 115.. ..
T. 5. pt Js.WtfAec.tt
Or. 2, pt lot 142 .. ..
T. 6. pt SW Vi See. 12
Or. 2. pt lot 59	
Guiebon, 2 lota .....
Guichon, % lota .....
Gr. 2. pt iee *06 .. ,.
Ladaer, tote 4H aad "81
Ladner, lot 48 .*j
ladner, lot 49	
Ladaer. Ioi 119 and 120
Or.2.pttotfl9.	
Gr. 2. pt lot 188 .. .. .. .. ..
Guichoa, 2 lots .. .... .. ..
Ur. 2. pt lot 133	
Or. 2. pt lot 115	
Or. 2, pt lot 182 .... .. .. .
Ladner, Jos*.4)0 aad 41... .. .^
Ladaer, totB	
ladaer. pt lot 6	
ladner, lot* 88 and 88
Gr. 2, pt tot DP ......
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Or. 2. lot 179.. ..
Or. 2. pt lot 139
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Or. X. pt lot 131 .
Gr. 2, pt lot 119 .
T. 6. NW % See. 1
Gr. 2, pt tot 174 .
Gr. ��, tot 128 ..
Or. X tot 146 ,.
Or. 2, pt tot M8	
Ladner, lots 124 and 125
Or. 2, pt lot 131	
Or. 2. pt lot 186	
Gr.2. ptlot 107.. ......... ...If
Or. 2. pt lota 183 aad aU
ladner. lea 996..	
Ladner, lot E and 116 ..
Or. 2, pt lot 174	
���r. 2. ptlot 131.. .. ..
Or. t. p* tot Ml .. .. ..
Or. _*. -pi tot 113 ... ......
T.H.NW 14 Sec 18	
Gr. X -nt lot 133	
Or.fi.Mk1 of 138	
ladnar, lotfig .. .. ... ...
ladner. lot 133. .. ... ...
���Or. 2, pt lot 56 .. .. .. ..
fadncr, lot 82	
Ladner, lot 74 and 70 ..
ladaer, lot 107 ...... .
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<8r. -2, nt lot 119 .. .,
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Vol. 2. No. 10.
���LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVEflBEK 12, 1904.
91.00 ��� ye*
it's Time
Change
Your Underwear I!
These Cool Days demand considerable preparation in the
line of .Suitable Underwear and we hare the
Lines You Want.
** ���������������'
7
CHTLDREN'3 VESTS, -n aif 'size-, from 20c up.
mjl-im BANDS,, .fee
IaADIES' IJNIO$ vfebi^, Specif a,t 25c.
^AT^gvJS   CJH3Hm irLAEUH   /bJSTS  aa& DKAWJSR>3, in  an
sozeSr
BOYS' ELASTIC KNIT UNDERWEAR, soz&-22t-to 32, at >50c.
MEN'3 WOOL SHIRTS and DRAWERS, from 75c. to_]$3.00.
������������ '.'������-.     .. ' '��� il   ���������     ....    ���..���.'
Also large range of MEN'S and BOYS' JERSEYS and
SWEATERS.
/
Open Until 9 o'Clook
���    . .
To-Night.
Parasites.
The presence of parasites is one
of the primary causes of unprofitableness and disease in a flock of
poultry, says the Poultry Division,
Ottawa. The fowls Jare rarely examined and tie reason of their poor
condition is not discovered or even
considered. There it will pay every
poultryman to examine his birds
Carefully belore they go into winter
quarters, as their health and com*
fort during the next six months depend largely upon their freedom
from vermin. There are three distinct groups of parasites preying upon the domestic fowl, fleas, lice and
mites.
Only one speoies of flea, the bird
flea, lives upon tbe fowl.. Tbisfle*
is provided with a sharp piercing
mouth; it attacks tbe fowls at night
and through causing constant irritation and loss of blood, does much
harm.
The mouth of the louse differs
from the tnovth ot tbeflea in that it
is not sharp and unetl for piercing,
but simply for biting. Lice bite
sharply and cause considerable pain,
The most injurious of the mites
is tbe.red fowl mite. This is a yellowish-white to dark red in color,
according to the quantity of blood
it contains. Tbe blood is drawn
from|the fowls at night,and during
the day tbe mite bides in tbe cracks
and crevices of the house. When
the chickens appear iu poor health
they should be examined at night
Ind* if mites are found treatment
should be resorted to.
If the house is old and contains
many crevices, all the nests, roosts
and other fixtures should be le-
moved trom it, and the walls and
ceilings covered with heavy building paper and limewash. The latter should be applied hot and fairly
liquid, so as to enter every crevice
in the building. The quality will
be improved by adding to every gallon of the wash one-quarter pound
of soft soap previously dissolved in
boiling water; also a small quantity
of salt. The material taken from
tbe house should be burned, aud
new roosting quarters and inside
fittings put in. These fittings must
be simple in construction and easily
removable so that the vermin can
be destroyed.
Before the fowle return to the
house they should be thoroughly
dusted with insect powder or sulphur. By dusting each fowl over
a box or paper, the powder can  be
Marshall Smith
mechanics'
Institute
The first regular monthly meeting of the Mechanics' Institute and
Reading Room was held in the
Reading Room on Monday evening
last at 8 p.m.
After reading the minutes, the
following Jcommur.ications were
dealt with:
From The Colonist, giving a
half rate of $2.50 a year; the
World, $2 per year; the Columbian,
gives-paper free and strikes off two
years' arrears; News-Advertiser
places the Reading Room on the
free list by paying last year's sub-
.scription.
The above were, on motion, re-
ceived and filed and the Secretary
instructed to tender the thanks of
the Association to the several publishing houses.
On motion the thanks of the Institute were tendered to Mrs. F.
W. Howay for the donation of the
Delta News (1902-3) and Delta
Times (Vol. 1) nicely bound together; also to John Oliver, M.P.P.,
for his thoughtful ness in furnishing
Sessional Papers 1902, and Journals
of the Legislative Assembly, 1903-4,
neatly bound, all of which will be
much appreciated.
The following accounts were, on
motion, ordered paid: Janitor, $5;
rent (two months)*, ��10; J**"jsfcy3��Advertiser, I3.75; World, $2; Colonist, $7-
The Sec.-Treasurer was authorized to open a bank account with the
Royal Bank of Canada, cheques to
be signed by the president and secretary.
The meeting adjeurned at 9
o'clock.
We are specially requested by the
Board o Management of tbe above
Institute, to state that the Mechanics' Institute and Reading Room is
entirely free to all who wish to use
it, whether they contribute towards
it or not, and that there is no reason for anyone to leave even when
the Board is in session. Come, and
welcome, only take care of everything placed at your disposal.
f!
head with grease or sweet oil to
which a few drops of carbolic acid
has beeu added.
SCALY leg. This disease is quite
,T" " *""*""��� ' '""7 : 7""  "** prevalent   in  flocks of   neglected
11 rubbed among the quills of tre r
FIRE AT HAZELMERE*
On Sunday last the* dry kiln of
tSe Hazelmere Lumber Company
was destroyed by fire with a stock
of shingles valued at $2,000.- The
mill kself was saved, T&'ihstR-ftnce
On the kiln was $1,500, but the
Stock was uncovered. There is no
doubt but that the fire was of incendiary origin* as the* company
have had three started on them
Witnin the last two weeks. The
other 4r#o. were* ludka-y discovered
in time, but Sunday last gained
too much headway before it was
noticed. The management have
had considerable trouble with the
labor unions and a <fav or so ago a
Aote was found under the offiee
door that the jhird attempt to bnrn
���be  mill  would pr*ve successful,
*tfwugh the others had failed. There
is every likelihood that the owner,
Mr. E. A. Wright, will rebuild,
���Wing to the fact that the unions
are against his enterprise.
Masqirerade Balf, Nov. 18,
Our jovial doctor, E*r. King, we
are sorry to state, has been sent to
the Jubilee Hospital, Victoria, suffering from what appears to be a
severe- attack of typhoid. Mrs.
King accompanied him to the Capital where she will remiia fn daily
communication with him. We
hope to see him quickly restored t��
health, pr. Wpodley is lookin
ajfer Dr. jCrngV jiractice for the
,.���48.* beiug.
The s.s. Victorian has gone into
drydock to be cleaned, the tug Active doing duty instead, and she
was tied up a couple of days on account of fog.
BO YEAR8'
���XPERIENCE
Timm Marks
Designs
CePVRMWTS Ac.
A iiyono tending.a aketoh and dMeripttan may
iiil.kl* earertnln our opinion pee WMtMT.In
iveiiOon la prohiiblr p��twit*ble_Coni5;unlo��.
.i��-i,KUyr,>iu.i��ntlul. HANDBOOK ..u PHonl*.
' oo. oldeat Keener for securing
nt froo. oldeat agency for socurlinr pfttonte,
INtenM taken through Munn A Co. aeeali
-Klnl notice, wlttiout obnrire, lutlra
Scientific American.
handsomely lllnntratml waeWy. _.��nre��t ntr-
ilatlqu of iiny-eclontuie Journals Ternia, K a
inr> four months, tt Sold byB.ll newBdealet*
MH & Co s^*-*****1'' Kew Yot*
lls-iu.s.11 Oiilce. Oft V OU Wa��MoKU>u. D. G.
feathers, and the excess will not be
wasted. Oh), coal tar treatment fer
the destructi^tof the gape woim
can be effectivwy used to rid low
of vermin. Tbe fowls are place
in a barrel, the inside qf which
coated with a mixture of coal tar
and coal oil of the consistency of
paint, and the top of the barrel is
covered. The lice are overcome by
the coal tar fumes and fall to the
bottom of the barrel. A paper
should be placed to catch the vermin when they fall, so that they
may be destroyed.
The poultry house requires cleaning and lime-washing twice a year.
The roosts should be removed and
treated with coal tar or kerosene
every week, and the nests frequently cleansed and new straw placed
in them.
It is necessary to regularly examine vomit? chicks for head lice.
If pitsint, the lice.will be lound in
the down or feathers on the chick's
head. rf not destieyed, they will
so weaken Hie chick that it will die
from loss of Wood. The lice can be
removed by  smearing  the chick's
poultry, and is due to a species of
mite.   The scales of the legs and
feet become raised  and separated,
e excretion accutu-
n   and   over    them;
crusts are formed, and
the   miles  live  and
breed. t^
The diseased legs and np the
chickens should be well washed
with a small, stiff brush, warm
water and soap. The crusts should
then be removed and a mixture of
equal parts of sulphur and lard
rubbed into the affected parts. After
tbree or four days the legs of the
chickens that, were treated should
> be cleaused with soap and warm
water.
Council met in the Town Hall
Surrey Centre, |Nov. 5th, and the
Reeve being absent Coun. .Bow wa��
voted to the chair: Minutes of th*
previous meeting were read and
confirmed.
COMMUHICATIOX*.
From Sup't of G. N. R. R. i��
Culvert at Cloverdale, saying aa
had forwarded agreements which
had been approved by Mr. Wicket*
sham to their agentjat New West*
minster, and hoping the Council
would see'their way clear to execute
them at once and send cheque fat
$88 the estimated cost of construe*
tion.   Received.
From Secretary of Provincfcl
Board of Health enclosing copy mt
regulation governing the sale at
milk, and asking the council ta
adopt them, and see that provision*
of same are carried out.   Received.
From John McDonald, Reeve af
Langley, saying he had been requested to convene a meeting of tb*
Reeves of Sumas, Matsqui, Surrey.
and Langley to meet at Murray*
Corners on Thursday, Nov. 10th.
at 10 a. m. tor the purpose of discussing ''The Chilliwack Power mt
Light Co's proposition re Tramline
etc, -also Municipal By-Laws te
same. Received and Coun. Boat
appointed to attend.
From A. -ColM-wn, of L*_lMy
saying his Separator went through
a culvert'at Hall's Pbairie and waa
damaged to tbe extent of $15, and
unless said amount be paid within
30 days it iwould be placed in the
solicitor's hands for collection. Received and referred to Chairman
Bose to attend to.
The Clerk was instucted to notify
Joseph Parks to remove the tree
from the Clover Valley road ditch,
opposite his barn within 14 days of
legal steps would be taken.
On motion $40 was appropriated
for repairing bridges and bad place*
on the Johnson road ward 2, and
$30 for graveling the C. V. road
ward 5.
There-division ofthe wards By-
Law was reconsidered and finally
passed and the Corporation ordered
affixed.
The Surrey Pound Repeal By-
Law passed its first, and second
and third readings.
Revs. Madill and Owen appeared
before the board and urged the
passing of a Sunday Observance
By-Law, after discussion it wa*
laid over for further consideration.
The usual accounts were ordered
paid.
Council adjourned to meet again
on December 3rd, at 1 p. m.
Asahel Smith has returned from
St. Louis, and he is bubbling over
with admiration for all be saw.
Geo. R. Manley is on the sick
list, having been taken suddenly ill
last night, therefore kindly excuse
discrepancies.
John Lewis, a fisherman in comfortable circumstances residing on
Lulu Island, was taken ill a short
while since and las'; evening Dr.
Woodley was called  upon
John Pybus had the misfortune
to cut one of his big toes with a*
txe, yesterday, and had two qr
three stitches put in to-day.
At a meeting of the Sabbath
but by 1 School Committee of the Methodist
the time he reached the poor man's j Church, held on Wednesday even-
bedside it w&s all too apparent that ing last, it was decided to hare an
he was beyond human aid. Peri- entertain me it and Christmas tree
to.iilis having .'*et in, he s 11-.-c-.imbed in the Town Hall, on Frit"L,*>- t.V��i��
,at about 4 o'clock this morning.      ' iug, December 23rd,
/
��� '���' ''t:"* THE'DfitTA TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ia; is��*
HE  DELTA TIMES-
J*USH*r> KVKXT SATWiDAYJ-
5o*BSC*ifT��>��K-$1.00 peryetf.
A.IMnOMWSl*sa's��..��KS. -
��_a��al Ad laiUtalK-M*' isCkgaW' go I"* to'
H 6i��l im:!**-**.. kii*. tenia pt <  ..J**- **��"><*
K��,����ntv lllWr_.o-.-'   re.��am)sJeot*\mn
kom-A eytHe-wtfuHt MMpUtt,  ��� > fta**�� to the
_���_ tor CWUmertSF 3Bfcre*rtai_��emW c��i�� ��
In rmplicattou at tkitKMIce.
(.went* k> cents per Hue for each la-
|��irthand DeaietHifeea, y��--- M��r��ge**J.*o.
liuy epecinl notice, the object of whfch Uto
Wtote the pecuniary benenl ol any .ndividuel
r cuuip.iny. to be considered au advertisement
jr,d charged accordingly.
|a11 adrertiaenienu charged for uutU ordered
1 aud paid fur.
JlliinJeLMSsii' 1  Inelted on matters ot public
l��t��T**n>- ��*mauH��rtlk,n��u>��Oitt>t mu.-t be ac-
.Mlvied Ky Mint ���frvris-efejM*. necesaarily
JuUisAt-i., But as eildipM'oIjl^m^
t-cay.iia.aet most reach th* ea*k hy Tttu
r eveulirg.
0*0. Rv HANtteT',
Manag-t.'
ith,
>urt-
IsATtntVAT, NOt1J**BltR rf,   ��$**.
The mud has been fotenig ittelP
��n tt* p**H�� of late'.   We Save
steed off from time to time en
ne matter of  fixing  things  up.
���ith the plea that the workmen are
eft*wh*r��.'- M tihe> road men*
re so^ieffftfty busy, what is the
|*.atter with hiring more men to
> p*sh matters along*'
��� CRISP-MILLER.
A very pretty, hut quiet, wed*
ding took place at All Saines--
, Church, on Wednesdav, noon,
wben Misi Aabie Gertrude Miller,
daughter of Alex. Miller, of Peach-
lands, was united in tbe bonds of
holy matrimony to Albert Victor
Crisp, son of the late Wm.' Turner
Crisp, of Moosomin. Tbe bride
was given away by Marshall Smith
while Miss <Jrisp, sister ot the
groom, acted as bridesmaid, aud C.
Rolston, of Vancouver, performed
_he onerous duties of best mau.
The sei-vice, which; was choral,
was- conducted by Rev. Canon Hilton.
The-brtcTe waslieatly attired in a
Hue cloth travelling suit, and the
happy couple were,-orr'leaving the
church, greeted with a generous
sbewer of rice and old shoes in addition to the glorious rays of Old
Sol.
I After partaking of a sumptuous
wedding breakfast, which was prepared at the residence ot Marshall
Smith*,**the*wedded pair' left otfthe
s.s. Victorian for a honeymoon trip
to Portland, Or., via Victoria; returning, they will reside in Vancouver.
In fhfe*VbUvfe*'*3o��Art, Wednesday
|at��rning/ says The Columbian, a
n was given the choice ot one
I .month  in   gaol' or- two*-1 hear* in
Llfcich to leav* tov*bv   JWrfl tWs is
1 ���*���*���/ s-jtjmstderate ef New- WeStfcin-
ater, te -cast their** uAdeSirtiHe residents lease amc^ ���thVunpi'o**ected
settlers' wives attif' families irt the
[oUtr-ykg  datricts.     T&e d^trrict
Councils so affectetf1 ifcouM Teseiit
atach artfen as this.'
In thc matter ot improvements,
il is suggested that the  Council
cbver in the dJtehes* witb'ar* irfe.
Wide sidewalk end de'awaf with
tlie necessity of cleaning then out;
���which is just so much money wastes, while the sidewalk would be a
Jtfeat benefit to pedeatrfaiNS.-   V#
ide Slough f6*fj a- f*w'' UkAs  of
gravel wotlld maidts walking n> uclr
talttter then at present.   When a
t*_am is  passing, pedestrians   are
sbnspelkd to step'irlto the*thick,
Sticky  Bind.     SnrHv   pedestriar*-'
tfave some lights worthy of respect.
FARMERS' 1HSTHWJTES.-
What can we do to induce a
.���ore lively interest being taken
m the FiirfaWs** Institute?- Our
Suggestion is-that afore* sbciabilit-/
lie manifested *mti& iffr i*e��Ber-
ship; induce yoftr wives, sisters and"'
dangbtfcfVto attend and iflalfe tbe
meeting so interesting to then,
that they will look forward to an
Aijoyable evening at least once a-
.month, and then, wc believe, yoh
will have succeeded in breaking up!
tlie J&rfli folk altihoSphere which
threatens to envelope all dur social*
fbnctte-nsv
InstltUti. meetihgs need not be a
frost if i��fojne will" 6ftly awaken tfe-
tbe necessity for'actlofl'} bestir them-
tkUee add apr.*r ��n tidteMet *
��� clock mean 8 o'clock and not 9���
Hnd start on time: Then, again, a
little Brthic- infrodticed here may
tend lb' rtKM* t_f��- Ifcfd' fifcm- its
frofouudT-lelhax-g'/:
A. O.   U.  W.
T*|Et.TA LODGE NO. 12, meets Ent and
Af third Tuesdays in each month ia Wad-
<*11*�� Hall. ��� T. W. KKRR, Recorder.
I. O.ILCHR1ST. M. W
1. O.-F.
C��6w��'0fcwei,-Nos'. 34*3; meets
in I 0 0"F Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
each month Visiting brethren
always welcome. C. R, J B.
Burr; R; S.  B S McDonald
Max Ewart and' Jas. Gaudin, of
Victoria, and E. L. Kirkland were
out for two days' shooting and secur-
��f-a-fairty gaod bag���13 pheasants,
"S duiiksraiftd some snipe.
POR SALE.
Cedar Sbakesr Pence Peat*? Drain
Boairds'aindi Barn Posts.
i  Apt^t��-*
F.-C'-GijIIH'E,-
Alluvia (fithd Bay).
AIlICW^S.
Ff_tRl4iTTjRBAND   EFFECT
0omprisiug   Sideboarftj Extension
Dining Table, Lounge, Bookcase,
rocking and other Chairs, centre
T.-rbR Carpets. Oilcloth, Matting,
SEWING MACHINE, Bedroom
���  Suite, Iron Bedsteads, Mattiesses,
Ohififs-taot. Cook Stove, Heater;
Kitchen mt-nsils, Washing Machine, Wringer, &c, which
]CfR. H. N. RICH has received
instructions trom Mrs. Louis
Monkman to SELL BY AUCTION
at her Residence, in the Village of
Ladner, di Wedntfjdiy; lHov. 16th,
1904, at 2 o'Clock.
Terms Cash.
THREE WORK HORSES,
Comprising one Team of young, active* (Jolts, rising 4 and 5 years
old and vMeighing about 1450 lbs.
each; 1 Colt, rising 4 years, 1350
lbs; 1 two-year-old Colt; 9
HEIFERS (coming jnyears-oW),
���   in Calf',: 2<P Ewesr arid'U" Siioats,
which
IV/TR. Hi lti RICH has received
instructions- from MV". John
Fraser* (who* tenancy of Firm on
Westhaim Islatid has* expired) to
SELL BY AUCTION, oh Tuesday, 22nd November, at 2 o'G-lock,
in the Village of Ladner, Where
the Stock will be remove
veftienCeofSJile-:
TeTrfls will be andounced
of Shite- /
i.o.of:
Delt4: Lodge,, No. 21.���The regular mestings'-cf this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at'8 p.
m. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
N. A. McDiarmid, N.G.
D*. A. A. King, Sec.
W. MDraper,
PROVINOIAL! LAlNEr SVTN^OH
Room 1, KHavd Kta-fc, Kew Westminster,
Fashion Stables-
Trucking and Draying,
Livery, w^R** of* all binds** at--
I      tefldedJto promptly.
Wm. Aloxandor
Ludner. a. C
mil mil
Time Tattle.-
'   IN EFFECT MAY* iM^l*
No, 1���Leaves Victoria at 7 a.m.,
arrives atGnich*3�� 11:30 and at New
Westminster, I'p.m.-
No. 2���Leaves New Westminster at 1.45 p.m., Guichon, 3 p. m.,
Arriving at Victoria 7:20 p.m.
���*v*H"l-H-flH'H-tj.t-I^ ���*+���
Delta Transfer Stable
LAIJNefiVB^Ca-
SINGLE ATfD DOUBLE RIGS** A"ND SA'DDLR' BORSK>
�� ON SHORT NOTICE m
Team Work Gone at Specially Low PHons.
McRAE ct Co
NEW WESTHINsSTER, 1$. C.
A full line of English a��4' Irish
Tweeds and" Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
For Good M&k
do tcp
W. As* KiBkl^ftd.
**W4> <M4 ^^^*e# *a^��#^**^*ejes��s^*^e*��#a^a>��^w^e^e^#s^*#^ e^a^i
I mm m 11 m.
J. HElSfLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,   :-: B. C.
Manufacturers of all. kinds ol
Sods Water, Ginger
Ale and Summer
1 Drinks.
��     Yonr patronage solicited
H.N.Rich
HH.tM I Mfflpr
iadnerP B+ *%���
Puftfcaslnf Arent'
BracRman-Ker Milling Co
\3mkami-
Reagh
���'DKALatf' IN-
Fine Boots,
Shoes*
Rubbers
BestGoods, Lowest Prices
^. _ I
Mrs. Wm. AVthur returned frotrl
���ancedveV Off' Monday's beat.
Special* thanksgiving Set-rite
���ill be held at t'l ���'cfbch- OH the
Jtrcueoa *f�� Th-mtdayJ*,- *jHt iUkt.
^Thanksgiving, tttyfi wlthW St.
l*drew'< Church. A tWlteffer-
thg in aid of tUe*R��yal Coluaibihri
_fe��pit��l, ^ew Westminster, will
em-wamatah' 1*
s
^100,000 Bulbs tb anive soon from
riblland, Praltce attd Japan.
THOUSANDS  OF FlWiV AND ORNA-
JttMTAt)- TliliRS.
RHODODENDRONS, ROST.S, G**-IH-
Hotssr- an**' HA*Rrrv  rfJ/fNTi
l*6fc   FAtlll   MJANTINO;
'     Home Growii a_W Imported
Garden, Fi.ld arid' l^iewei* Seeds
Always ih stock in season.
FERTiiiiirtiRS ��� -trttot   lttVhs   and
; sw>Ptli*ff.
,   Gre��house full of* Wants, Cut
Flowers, Flof.W1 w*bi*l*
Catalogue-' friee, or call  and examine stbek.-
Nl J- ff BNRY
AUTS<5R^BD CAPITM*
CAPITAL,, FAiCX UP
EESEK^B FUNDS,
$4,000,0CX)
$3iD00;00O
$3,ie2,70u>
JL dbneral Backing Business 1!%aii����Gted.
Savings Department.
IJ89<S&&# of $1 .Hid. tl_Jwaar_fe; re<j��totad and Interest Allowed* at Highest Ctepen^ Ratete,
������50 branches:	
fflRANCHES IN BRITISH CSOT^MBIA���Vancouver. Vancouver
E.-fl*ff End. Grand Forks, NanaiJBb, !5i��l-��M,. Wossihnd^ Vi-tUrihisCliilli-
waelaS* "ftadrtei", Cumberland.
VL tL WRIGHLT^ Manasery    ���*    LAJiKEsS^ S.C
J JOSEPH JORDAN- Proprietor. ��
��� Telephone " Ladner" No. 10. f
HELTA TINSMITH ��HOP
The Place for Tinsmittiing, Bath Tubs, Stovif
Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates,, aad. Every*
thing Else in This tine.
Agent tar*
dFurney Fcnmdry do.'s Sfovea.
P. D, Ddd'a Mixed Paints.-
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the- thing' for*** mailing water4' hot for washing dairj"
utensils, scalding hogs, or for wash day. Eveny
Farmer's Wffe Shoulfl'Have'Ohr.*
ROBT. MAYf
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C
Stokes A CuIRs
Purveyors^
For PRIMS BEEF, MUTTON
and. FORK TRY US.
Westliam Street,
Ladaer, B. C.
msutmm ���
HAZELMERE LUMB^ CO.
MairafSsctJurers of all kinds of First-Claa*
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
We? ean dfdiver to ��a& point on the Railroad in Delta*
Our PHoo Is Right. Wm Oan Snvo Tom Money*
Drop Un n Linn, Onr Agont WIN Oail on You.
GEO. M* THRWT, Manager,
Ociife' Qofhing,
Hots & rurnisfiiiigs
Ai AM'
Best Line* of Boote & Stoc�� m Town.
em
m%nWb*yi& to Suit Everyone*,
Staple Dry Goods al Lowest Prices
H J. Hatoherson s *������� :*"l**��c.-.
THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1904-
XMAS
DRAWING
The Tremendous Success attending Our Drawing
Last Year has determined Us to hold
Another this Xmas.
Looking Backward*
d
LAST CHRISTMAS Our Stock'of Christmas!Toys, China,
Glassware and Fancy Goods was the Admiration of Our Customers ; the general verdict being that it was by far the Best
Assortment Ever Shown in Ladner. The Result of Our Innovation was most Gratifying to Us. Firstly, We practically Sold
Out Our Entire Stock of Christmas Goods; and, Secondly*
almost the Entire District took an Interest in Our Drawing, as
Evidenced by the fact that there were about 250 People Present
at the Drawing in Our Store last Christmas Eve.
Looking  Forwards
ENCOURAGED BY LAST SEASON'S SUCCESS We
have Bought Three Times the Christmas Goods We did last
year, and feel satisfied that when the goods are all in we will
have an Assortment to Satisfy Everyone, and We Mean to Sell
Them at Prices to Defy Competition. We intend also to have
Outf Drawing This Christmas Eve to far Eclipse Last Season.
There will be 20 PRIZES���10 Suitable and Useful Prizes for
Adults and 10 Prizes Suitable for the Children.
The ADULT PRIZES will include a $15.00 Dinner Service (87
pieces); Ruby Lamp, value $6; Pickle Jar, $5; Silk Waist, $5; Umbrella,
$3; Pickle Jar, $3; Glass Water Set, $2.50; Stereoscope, with 25 views,
$3_; Cushion Cover, $1.75; Chatelaine Bag, $1. ^e 10 CHILDREN'S
PRIZES will consist of an Assortment of Good Christmas Toys.
A  TICKET
For a Chance in Our Great Christmas Drawing will be GIVEN AWAY with each 50 Cent Purchase,
and the Drawing will take place at B o'clock CHRISTMAS EVE, in Our Store, in the
SAME   oil AY AS LAST  TEAR, "Which proved Very Satistactory to All Concerned.
NO   EMPLOYEE
Or member of his family will be allowed to participate in this Drawing.
Prizes will he .Exhibited
.*.
\
In Our Windows next Monday", Nov. 14th, on which date we will commence giving away Tbkets with
purchases.
IN   CONCLUSION.
m
We have shown the Enterprise to put in a Large and Up-to-Date Assortment ot all Lines suitable at the Holiday Season as Presents for the
Young and the Old, ths Rich and Poor, Lovers and Confirmed Old Bachelors, and RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT
A LARGE SHARE OF YOUR BUSINESS during THIS SEASON.
MARSHALL    SMITHB THE DEL^A TTME5, SATURDAY;* NOVEMBER' iav 1504.
*&am
LOCAX* NEWS-
Masquerade Ball.
Nominal Owner of Psoperty.*
W<. J��Frederick bas commenced
butter making.
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H. Creech spent 'a
Yictoria��vtbis--wtek.
few days* in
Alf. Cateman .atifrsed',- home
Tuesday* from Vancouver.
Chooalates, in over fifty varieties,
received this week���City Bakery.
A. A. Fraser, ot Vancouver, was
._? Ladner, this week, on business
Dr.   Wilson   was-   a   passeng
down on the Transter on. Thursda
Ur-Wright,.ot Langley, made a
bnStness trip to the* Delta, th.s
w-el.-
CapU Hunter, ol
his* returned '.c his
whedhouse.
the Transfer,
old post���the
H*. .W. Rich went to Vancouver.
Ifonday,- via-rS6cIeye Limited, re-
*.uftiiii|-.-Tuesday.
Smith, A...s    ...   ������*  ���**������- ...Gr.2, blk 6 of 138 .. ... ..
atoith, Mrs.'A Or. 2, blk 4 of 138 .. .. ..
Shotbolt. Mrs. T     Ladner, lots 12_V and 123
Smith,. Robt......  ....   .... ������-   T. 5, 8 ���'_ NE % Sec. 15
Spinning;, C... Ladner, pt lotL	
Swan, Geo...  . _ Gr. 2, pt lot 18K	
Shirley, H   ....   ...   ������ .'ir. 2, pt lot 11.5 .. .. ...
Taylor, A. DeR..,. -tir. 2, pt lot 11.ri	
Taylor, H. Q     Ui*. 2, pt _��t MK .. _..-.._
Sec 22
'Taylor, M-. Q....   ... *l*. ri. pt. ;! SV "4
Taylor,- Bred     <lr. 2, pt lot 113 .. ���	
Thirkle, Thos    ....   ...   ��� ������ l.udner, lots O andP,...... .-
Thirkle, Thos... Ladner, pt lot M ... .. 	
TUirkiu, Thos...   .... !li*. X-pflb.'413 -...-.....���
Todd, Thos...   ������ Ladner, lots 120 and 127 .. v
Trim, J_d". ������   ������ ���   * - ��� t Jr. 2, pt lot (59	
Taylor, W. H   ...... Ladner, lot 95	
Vasev, H. M Ur. 2, pt lot 20	
Vasey, Mrs. H -'Jr. 2, ptlot 26  ......
Utevieh, Thos...  Mr. 2, pt lot 59	
Vidnnch, A. -. ��� ��� .Gutchonj 1 lot'.. ........
Victoria Terminal By. and Ferry Co. .dr. 2, pt lot 1)0	
Victoria Terminal By. and Ferry Co. .(ir. 2, pt lot life ..  ... ....
Victoria-Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co. .Jr. 2. pt lot 177	
Victoria- Terminal By. and Ferry Co. .dr. 2, pt lot 178 ........
Victoria Terminal By. and Ferry Co. .T. 5, pt NE Vi Se*c. 33 ....
Victoria Terminal By,.and Perry Co. .Gr. 2, pt lots 0 and 10 of 152
Victoria Terminai By. and Ferry Co.. r\ 5. ])t- SH J/f- Sec 35 ..
Victoria Terminal By. and Ferry Co. .(ir. 2, pt lot 180	
Victoria TertninaT By. aud Ferry Co. .T. 8, pt Sec. 31	
Waddeir, J.L...   ...   ...  ......   . ..Ladner, lot 94	
Waddell, J. L .-. Lndner, lot 57	
Waddell, J. .....  ....  ...   ... w.   ��� ��� -Gr. 2, lot 13 of 181	
VfadVleH, J. L... ��� ���    Gr. 2; lot 8 to 11 of 181 ., .
Waddell, J. L Gr. 2, lot 5" and pt T of 181 .
Waddell, J. L .-.- -Gr. 2, pt lot 1ST .... -..-
Marshall Smith paid Vancouver
a1 business visit on Thursday, retiming to-morrow.
Waddell, J. L	
Wellington Farm ..
Wellington Farm ..
Wellington" Farm ..
Wel!iwg*tott"F,nrni ....
White/sides, W. S*...
Whitworth, I	
Wilson, .T. Kerr  	
Wilson, J. Ke-tf  ...
WilR��n, E. E-M..-.  .
Wriglit,''S.'a_id W..,
Woodward,  Rxther .
Woodward, Esther  .
Woods,  Agnes"-JR...*
Wolston, (feo...   ...
Wdor*rr,.'Thos. .- ...
���������Gr. 2, pt lot 182
���������Gr. 2, lot 54	
���������Gr. 2, lot 55 .. .. ... .. .
���������Gr. 2. lot 50	
���������Gr. 2, lot -57 ..   ....  ..
���������(ir. 2, pt lot 130	
...(Jr. 2, pt'lot .Ij-'. ,_. ��� ..
... ir. 2, lot 129	
. ..'ir. 2, lot 12SS .. .... .... ..
-..'ir. 2, lot. 120	
��� ��� .T. 5. pt E Vi Sec. 22 .. ..
. .Ladner, lot E and pt C ..
.. Lndner, lot 55	
��� ������Or. 2, pt lot 1.13	
��� ��� .Lndner1, lota 109 and 1*2
������������Ladner, lot 71 .. .... ....
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J.'W. Welsh, ol Delta Hotel, and
*#tn.  Alei^ader,  ot * the* Fashion j
StaUies, h��ve  ojjtiicu  up
camp at B-l��ckie Spit.
,i iunibcr ���
'.virntd ..���'- ��� ^ M.ou��
spending .; ;c*. da-fs vi
Mrs. ttforub, ��t ���* 1 .oe -1 ass
:
H.-Macklin^has^retnrned from
tfie I_*landsp_iavmg .eompieteii ��ie
snrvey of forty thousand aetes of
hthd for the Western Fuel Co. ���
PtSlay, NoV. i8<
^ Tbe Ladies'' GuiM ofr-All Saints,
frenant, purpose holding a 'sale of
Work and concert some time before
dhristtnas, and are working inaus-
rfiously towards that object.
tlrst. I,. Monkmsn, accompanied
b^ her biothertmd sister, will leave
here, aix Thursday next, for au ex-
t��hde* vtsft t^the'-bome-of the late
Lt>ui�� Monkmati, Stratford, Orit.
New masquerade suits,' wigs,
dbminoes, etc,i'n6t' worn before,
ffcm the OnV*i#rC��istume Co., will
be on view .first of week. Enquire
ot W, H. S&itb ef E. T. Calvert.
Eggs are st'dl going up. Get
3o��er PbutrVf Pbwder at the * Brug
Sterf-'at otlce-i-iT' wW- keep; your
ben*laying attd'sfilrt'ths.ra it thfey
h/ite stopped.-^'F. JJ MacKenzie.
Harry- MacKenzie, brother of
cAlV popular druggist, has been
^sily engaged making attteh1 needed improvehielits around the drug,
store in preparation* for the Christ-
tAas trade, -
Mrs. M. N. Retd-aAd*' fatoily are
removing to' Vancouver to-day.
IJbrman Rfcid wVSl'attend one'ofthe
burftress colleges there. Miss -Reid
trill be much mftseB iir- muSical
dWdte herer
liasq^tefade coStiimes, Wigi* and
_5Umiiioei��r a: fine Irief- h'av��r Mien
setnred b^ tfeeF* Band' (of their
l��i'a��q��eri(d,e>;bJiil.' Nearly' alf these
aMts artF new, rA.t' worii ijefore.
will b* *&* first {fet of week. Eii-
<fti;ift #;:��i S��itb cff E. T. Cal-
f4000.00| fl5?8.48] 15578.43
3*.   Tliat t'hia By:la*w.shall he pibliahed^^ In the British Columbia GUagtte, nnd the 1Mta T'tiv*-  r. ap(
cilce ih every week for four oonseou'ive weeks l>efore the final passing- thereof, and shall come into operation nn<} take effect seven days from the date of*its final adoption by the Council.
4.   Tlni' By-law may be cited for all purposes as the Delta Dyke and Efaaimifre Scheme, 1898. By-law, No. 5.
ProVisitmally. adopted by the Coifncil ort the 13th day of October, A. D. 1904.
Reconsidered, adopted and the seal of the Corpdt-atton'attached this day of >A- 1"-
1904. ���
If. A.' McDIARMID, C.M.C. ROBT._ E.  KITTSON^..Ree-e
The alxive is a time copy of a by-law passed by the Municipal Counefl of'the  Corporation  of Delta c-n
tlie 13th day of October, A. D. 1904, anl all person's are hereby required to take notice that anyone desirous of
applying: to have sueh by-law quashed must make application for that puipose to the Supreme Court within ou
month nest after the publication of thia by-law in the British Cblufmbia Gazette, or he will be too late tii
be heard in that behalf.
N. A; MtPlABiHlD, C.M.U
Ladner; October 15th, 1904/
'    ...    -..   .    1J...1���        .    -u 1 ��!����� __*_____g____a___________t__ sn'i' ._���
Crescent
Jsimd
The basket s~cla1 and entertaiu-
ttient held in ihe School House,
Crescent Island, waS in evfery way
ah unqualified siJtcess. The' hall
has never had a larger or more
jovial crowd than Was present last
night. J. J. Johnston, of New
Westn inster. acted as chairman
and called the meeting to order at
half-past erght o'clock.
An excellent programme of vccal
aud instrumental music and recitations was splendidly rendered. Among the visitors who contributed on
the -programme were Miss Eva
Hamilton, of Vancouver, and A.
H. Johnston; oi' New Westminster,
both of whoifa had to' respond to
encores as an evidence of the popularity of their solos.
An intermission of a few minutiis
was  granted  to arrange thetnahy
beautiful     baskets    which    were
brought' for  sale.    The chairman
acted as* auctioneer1 and was sue-1
cessful ��� in securing  purchasers*' at;
higher prices than  ait usualrv se- j
eur-ed at socials of this kind. Thete j
were tweuty-shc baskets offered'fori
asXt, and, it is sate  to say, a nicer 1
lot were* never offered1 for saleun-1
der'an auctioneer's hammer.   Th��
biddihg was lively from' the beginning and at*no'time was there the
Slightest lull.    It* is* gratifying; to
l&bw that'the proCe_ds ��� of the sale i
amounted ter'$6f'-'and this sa*m was
increased, by the**? who-were unable to secure baskets; to jf7b, an \
excellent showin-fe indeed.**
A hearty vote of thanles was
tendered id- the- auctioneer' for his
seryie�� whiehMwetfe much appreciated.-arM to those whohad so kindly cofrtributed'tb the progrfimfne.
T-li*-'. bdskets* were- theif: opened
and the' many-good things sampled.
At'twelve c^'clodc "God- Sa\. tlie
MLv.rfc ' was ls-rstily suit-;; by ail pres
entT iifftr' wWicn 01'ie
��*>ewss ftrl *eti tet tain mtrti ts
eve M on  Crescent  Island
was brought to a close. The social
was for tbe purpose of securing
funds to purchase books for the'
Sunday school.
For Sale:
WANTED to trade - c7- *r
Sewing Machine for Hay nr Oats���
J. H. Todd, Agent, New Westminster, B.C.
CAUt AT
**>*���
's..
"When you want to Slaip orr Store'Yon
duce dr Live Stbck.-
Graln Elevator,
Capacity; 500* Tone^
Warehm
Space,! S4,u)(
eet
RATES ON APPUGA   Witi*
-_�����.���Mil1** .  g.ULXJJI L. ..'���!>	
'���-. *
Fresh,   Smoked
Of AU   Kinds
t        Hand at. the.
Delta Nie
an
��� i
:>t   C<:*   tanl
That?��*-where you will find us peadj
to buy almost anythinsf yor. t ..v. iv.
the way o.r  Farm  Produce,
Alivev.at as SiDaa a Priee ae l?ossjl
and   for wiiicii   ^^   Always
Gash.    WJe also  Handle     *'*' i
Obmmiaaor-. btaroiigli,   iir uoi 7 odi i -
Warehonsi:
mGm
fit's- I
%rv .i*
^���".'-li.'.
.1 73-
h%
N
u 1 ���������������������      :q iire<
..^r
1   .
1
with   the   Celebrated
which makes walking
These Shoes are sold
Di - roR
ov.  km (    ���-
,. pie i.sj ���
:    ,7       K,.
-
���   :���
W. E. SINCLAIR
i .
Leadin
Shoe !
Hou^9e and Lot, on Stanley Street.
Apply to
R. S'.- JACKSON.
���*~W~W^'*X*)K��*'��X~X'��* ��^*'
I Horse Goods! i\
, 1
Our Haru����s and Horse FtlTAis>kftig$ ) {
Shave loug prdred. reliable, and tli*y ar�� ' '
, built not only for irtyle but wear. * ';
RePAIRING A SPEClAttY. ) f
HUGH McDOWELE, i\
if
LADNER, B, C
 tetsae
K**#*H��t*
A*NU'SEE   THK NEW
FARM SCALES,,
INCUBATORS,
FANNING MILLS,
And ALL KINDS OF FARMING
IMPLEMENTS:
OUR NEW GASOLINE LAMPS
ARE NOW IN.
'     CALL AND SEE THEM.
No Geaeratlng, tliey Light With
a Match.
Awarded  Gold Medal at'World's Columbian  ainf Mid-Winter
Expositions fer Highest Grade of Rolled Oats.-
tbe Brackman-Ker
Willing (&, Ltd.
Head Office:
V-CTORTA, B. C.
Branches:
NEW WESTMINSTER^
VASrctitVER, * NKI.sSOn!
ROSSLAND and STRATH-
CON A.
11   'Ull      imr       ' 1 ����--��-���-��-���-^
Mills:
VICTORIA. NHW WESTMINSTER,     EDMONTON.
Elevators :-
At all piiitcipal  points on
Calgary arfd Ednorttoh'R. R.
8MI IIS Jfi'lSi
irn ���
; -lot-imal   co
meu s-au  put theii   iuiportanl
secure and convert'enl** place.
This**-'is a febil to those  win
and to families travelling.
These boxes are accessible ci
���Xo the renter, who  hold.', the key.
RATES 1  St.SO per year,
Westminstefr Trust fie Safe
it   indi ,-i   ...
papers   and
11    D1 >n .'
'���������''.    in
ne:
7
���!���:���
>osit
Limited-,:
Atitlibrize'd- Capital, l^soou-
DEPOSIT VAULTS AT TH:: 7j*i*:c.-
F. J. H
/���7
\
!���
OP
C
New  Westminster, B. C.
, OR a
.0?
GO TO
G. t: bakers
s
r%w sShowrooms.
Matiufacturera of Cereal Foods, I'.rtra' Ortam Rolled OaU, Oatmeal, Gniham Flour,
r'e'aif Hurley, S;.lil 1'ens, Chopped and Mixed Feeds. ���
DfciiH'i-ss la Hour, nran, Shorts, Hay, drain nnd all killd�� of 'FUrrn rft)duee.
������    ��iti- i_���.-
I;; by all pres    v
of the  moi"'  %
Mtd wLieh-lf.1*. .4;
M.N; RIC\%
_%t*6li'a'sihg Agent,        ^.
,-sa__Bsts*K..Li>_^��aa_fi_s*._^5_^^
LADNER, B".
Andrew Clausen
V
ILadieaV aad  Gfeists'   W*tfte&<s&
\     and Cli^iSi.
.Sterfis-g'   Silver   and*   flateci
Qbods.*
REPi_miNov a apfeaiCT.
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3eweller;6tc.t 6k,
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