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No. 9.
LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVEHBER 5, 1904.
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Time
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Your Underwear IT
-�� Cool Days demand considerable preparation in the
line of ���'��� Suitable Underwear and we hare the
Lines Yo�� Want-
farmers'
Institute
0HIU)REN'S VESTS, infaHEaizea, .from 20eJup^
ItUBEN BANDS, &c.
LADIES' UNION VESTS, Sptcial at 25c.
WATSON'S   UNSHRINKABLE VESTS and DRAWERS, in all
sizes.
.BOYS' ELASTIC .KKIT. UNDERWEAR, size 22 to 32, at]{60c. _ j
.MEN'S WOOL SHIRTS and DRAWERS, from 75c. to $3.00.
Also large, range of MEN'S and BOYS' JERSEYS and
SWEATERS.
Open Until 9 o'clock
To-Nlght.
Marshall Smith
i*Ui,.TICAL MEETING.
Tht Liberal meeting,, held Mon**-
Oay right, in Oddfellows''Hall, wa*
well patronized by bath parties as
<at_U as \/j independents. The
lurly form of tHr. WSaan occu-
pfed tbe chair, while Messrs. P. W.
Howay, J. Bt Kennedy, W. C;
Jones and JfC, Brown were tbe
speakers Mr. Jones representing
the Conservative party o�� this occasion.  - .
J. B. Kennedy, the Liberal earn*
dldate, though somewhat past what
we consider a desirable age for a
���Apresentatrve in the Dominion
Bouse, has ��� very quiet and taking masmer. As to the result of
fti�� discourse reference to the poll
Will show you. -
9. Ws-Howaf is tbe ��a*ioig����|
an eloquent speaker while J. C.
Brown reached tbat stage many
years ago, and it is only to be regretted that he has been relegated
to a backseat, publicly.
Mr. Jones, who was ascribed balf
an hous- d��d his level best to run
off an hour and a half speech,
which made it a difficult matter for
those interested to cateb its foil
��port.
A very pleasant and orderly
aaeeting came to a close at 11:30
by the passing of a -rote of thanks
to the chairman and three cheers
for Laurier and' Keaaedy and an
attempt at "God Save the King."
Dates and figs, this year's crop,
fresh, at the city Bakery.
F.   Hansen,   of   Point   Roberts,
was in town yesterday.
Keep Friday Evening, Nov 18th,
for tbe Masquerade Ball pitn by
tat Bead Boys* which 'promises to
[be the finest ball ever held its Lad-
Alex. Fenton came bome,.Thurs-
day, to vote. Mr. Fenton is engaged at one of the railway camps
along the river between Ladner and
South Westminster, and reports
quite a forge force employed there.
"The camps are the deanest and
best equipped of any I have seen,"
he says, "and the board is excellent." Wages ran from $2.25 to
$2.75 per.day. This line���from
John Oliver's to Brownsville���is
estimated to make a saving of from
to to 30 miles in the trip to New
Westminster.   .
At the meeting of the Surrey
Farmers' Institute, held at Clover*
dale on the 20th nit., Dr. Reed, of
Georgetown, Ont., gave another in-
teresting lecture on the "Influence
ai Nateral Laws is Breeding."
John   Armstrong was voted to
the chair, and at once introduced
|Dr. Reed, who said he had often
Wished to see the west.   He had aa
idea tbat British Columbia was a
���Small community, and must confess
that he bad no idea of tbe magnitude of the Delta of the Fraser
River.   He was  more  than surprised at the productiveness of tbe
���oil.   The scenery was unsurpassed;
Switzerland or any other country
could not show such magnificent
scenery.   He had been in British
Columbia about six weeks, and was
struck with the spirit of contentment which he found everywhere.
This was probably the last time he
would appear before a British Columbia audience, and he wished to
express his appreciation of tbe unbounded hospitality he had received
at the hands of the farmers of British  Columbia.    Speaking of the
laws of breeding, he said that a
great many farmers act as if tbey
did not believe in these laws. There
was Uie law of heredity,  for instance.   How often you will find
theiaraer breeding his animal to
soxoe inferior sire because he im
agines he i_ saving a dollar or two,
There  were numbers of animals
which should never be allowed to
reproduce their kind.   Tbe breeder
should always have the type fixed
in his mind and breed up to it.   A
mare with flat ribs was predisposed
to heaves; and a horse with poor
feet, although otherwise sound, was
not desirable to breed from. Again,
an animal may be perfectly sound
in wind and limb, and yet not be a
desirable  one to breed from.   A
vicious animal, or one with ring
bone, spavin, curb or   blindness,
should not be bred from, as these
diseases are hereditary; blemishes,
the result of accident are not hered
itary.    Longevity was hereditary
and   so \ was early maturity,  and
were desirable characteristics.   The
law ot co-relation was another fac
tor to be considered.     Dairymen
bred for milk, while the beef men
bred for beef.   Tbe dairymen sac
rificed the beef while the other sac
lificed the milk/ He did not believe in tbe dual purpose cow; it
took about 100 years to fix a type.
Then there was the law of atavism or barking back.   A breeder
will sometimes think that be has
succeeded in breeding out some ob
jectionable feature in bis animals,
but  he  soon  finds  his  mistake.
Moral:   "Breed  from  the   best.
Take two horses, one a pure bred
the other a scrub, yet both having
every appearance of being perfect
in type, be would not breed from
the scrub at any price because he
cannot be depended on to breed
true to type; while the pure bred
will on account of his pedigree,
which goes back perhaps a thousand years.   His characteristics are
ingrained in his system, and he has
the power to transmit them to his
offspring.   A large number of animals with pedigrees should be castrated.   He sincerely sympathized
wiu the British Columbia breeders
who bad  inferior animals  foisted
onto them by unscrupulous breed-
I ers in the east.    Care  must be ex-
LO. Z.
A very pleasant evening was
spent yesterday in the Oddfellows'
Hall, when the members of L. O.
L. No. 1612 undertook to entertain
their friends on the birthday of their
patron. William, Prince of Orange.
Bro. Todd occupied the chair, and
after a few remarks introduced the
various numbers on the programme,
at follows:
Address by Rev. Mr. McEwen,
who made a few appropriate remarks. He was in sympathy with
the Order and would not detain
them long but gave them a text to
carry with them���"Quit you like
men;" song, J. W. Rudd; song, E.
T. Calvert; song, Mrs. Lanning;
recitation, Dr. King, this number
created rears of laughter; song, C.
Arthur; recitation, E. Manders, encored; song, J. W. Rudd; song, C.
Arthur, given in a very happy
way; address, Rev. T. Oswald, who
gave a very interesting address, and
one full of sound advice regarding
the principles tor which the Order
stands; then came God Save the
King, which was heartily sung by
all present.
Tbe programme ended, all were
called upon to prepare for the attack, and after lining up in the attack formation a desperate onslaught
was made on the excellent viands
prepared, after which those wishing
to do so adjourned to the main hall
and tripped the light fantastic until
the wee sma' iiours.
Mrs. Wm. Arthur has removed
to Vancouver and the Misses Arthur leave on Monday next for the
same destination, where they will
reside in future. Tkey will be
much missed in social circles here.
erased at the first conception thut
only pure bred males are used. To
be successful the breeder should
make a choice of breed and stick to
it.
Speaking of the care of the brood
mare, he said it was better tor the
mare to bave some light work to
do thai to. run idle, but for best
results after foaling, the mare and
foal should run together in good
pasture. The foal should be generously fed, kept growing and
thrifty as possible. Foals usually
come in the spring, but good foals
can be had it they come in the fall;
as soon as grass comes in the spring
tbey can be weaned and the mare
is ready to work all summer.
In answer to a question, he said
heaves was a disease of the lungs;
roaring was a disease of the throat.
W. T. Crandall emphasized the
���ecessity for a liberal education.
The day had goae by when anyone could be a farmer. To be sue
cessful it was as necessary for tbe
farmer to bave a thorough education as it was for the other profes
sions, and nore so, as thc farmer
had to be a botanist, a geologist, a
chemist and several other ists,
W. J. Brandrith, the secretary of
the British Columbia Fruit Growers' Association, was then called
upon, and gave a brief description
of what be had seen at the Dominion exhibition in Wiunipeg, and
also his impressions of a trip
through the Kootenay and Lower
Okanagan Valleys.
The chairman, who bad just returned from a trip to Ontario, gave
the meeting the benefit of his observations while in the old province, expressing his pleasure at being back in British Columbia.
Votes of .hanks to tbe speakers
and chairman brought a very successful meeting to a close,
aaamaaaaammmaaaaaat
51.00 a yea
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Elections,
Polling day was among the quietest but a very full vote wm record*
ed. Mr. Kennedy, the Liberal
candidate, contrary to anticipation*
being elected over his opponent Mr.
Taylor. Following, is the result M
nearly as we can make it out:
Lib. Can.
New Westminster City 1812   173J
Delta���
���Udner     77     no
East Delta      17       X1
Cloverdale      38      33
Elgin  17 ��3
Tynehead  27 17
South Westminster  60 st
Sunbury  5 4
Locbiel  % j
Fort Langley  46 45
Murray's Corners  41 37
Shortreed  25 so
Hall's Prairie  6 21
Douglas  7 tt
Westham Island  9 8
Richmond���
Steveston...  57 56
Eburne  62 45
Lot 301  25 14
Central Park  21 (I
Power House  31 40
Barnet ,  18 17
Chilliwack���
Riverside  7 20
Mount Lehman  31 25
Vale Road  13 1
Pine Grove  16 4
Abbotsford  36 20
Upper Sumas  19 10
Ford Road  24 21
Chilliwack  133 136
Cheam  29 44
Dewdney���
Pert Moody  56 43
Coquitlam..     51 38
Port Hammond  22 33
Port Haney  24 42
Wbaruock  15 26
Silverdale  7 7
Mission Junction  37 ta
Dewdney *. 7 10
Hatzic Prairie  7 %
Nicomen, North  12 7
Nicomrn Island  to 6
Nicomen Camp  17 _
Harrison River  18 17
Agassiz  9 7
Hot Springs  1 $
Skookum Chuck _,
Vale���
Agassiz ... 35 t$
Ruby Creek  26 18
Hope  3 t
Yale    g 7
SUMMARY-
The following is a summary of
how the two parties stand to-day:
Lib. Con.
Ontario      37      48
Quebec      54       tt
Nova Scotia       18        0
New Brunswick        6        7
Prince Edward Island..       1        3
Manitoba.....'.,......;,...       5        4
Northwest Territories..      6        1
British Columbia       4        o
Totals     133      74'
SURPRISE  PARTY.
A very pleasant surprise party
was given, on the 25th ult., at tbe
Arthur residence, Slough road, ia
honor of Miss Mabel Arthur. Tb*
evening was very enjoyably passed
in games and finished with a dance
Among those present were the (ol*
lowing:
Misses F. Frederick, Whitworth
(2), L. Davis. B. Welsh, Scott (2),
M. Hilton, L. Ibbotson, T.Kerr
and F. Thirkle,
Messrs. G. Frederick, J. Davis,
L. Kerfoot. W. Dickson, C. Baker,
F, Guichon, A* Monkman and af,,
H. Mason.
Masquerade Ball, Nov. 18,
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A basket social will be held, in
the Crescent Island school hfuse,
Friday, Nov. n. Miss Ena Stewart
Hamilton, of Vancouver, wjjl be
ihe e to sing. Mr. J. J. Joh.11.soa
wiU act as auctioneer.
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_ THE   DELTA  TIMES,
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Any special notice, the object of which is to
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and charged accordingly.  ������
All advertisements charged for until ordered
out and paid for.
Correspondence invited on mntters ol public
���ntersat. Communications to editor must be accompanied by name of writer, not necessarily
for publication, but as evidence of good faith.
Corn-Jpoiidence must reach this office by Thursday evening.
Geo. R. Manley,
Manager.
SATURDAY,    NOVEMBER    5,   1904*
THE BALLOT.
The ballot box is a contrivance
in   wbicb  a man may   deposit a
secret.    Now, what .earthly use is
this ballot box if the owner of the
ballot divulges the contents of the
secret contained therein?    Yet men
do use every device to find out how
their fellow man is going to mark
Bis ballot.    A  man  may  as  well
mark his ballot while standing on
Jhe street if he tells to a party how
he intends to mark his ballot when
he has   hidden himself from the
world.    What right has ansr man
fo try and  fathom another's secret
���the object of the ballot is secrecy.
We hope to see the  time when
the vote hunter will be done away,
because with it goes the political
bum.
SUNK HIS OWN VESSELS.
JLojestvensky, It is Believed; Mistook His Own Vessels for
Japanese.
London, Nov. i,���Considerable
discussion of the theory that Russians fired on tht!ir own ships, and
Sank one of their tordedo boats, at
the time of the North Sea outrage,
has been heard in the last few d'avs
in the clubs frequented by naval
officers.
Nobody questions the correctness
of the theory or its compatibility
With all the facts known about the
sad afiair. The naval officer who
suggested this theory to your correspondent, who cabled it, said:
"I eonfidently beleive that the
Jnquiry will substantiate my hypothesis. Of coutse, I don't know that
any torpedo boat was sunk by the
Russian battleships, but if one was
sunk, as Admiral Rojestvensky alleges, it must have been a Russian
boat The thing to do is to call on
the Russians to produce their torpedo boats. If none have been sunk,
it would be possible to produce
the exact number which entered the North Sea a little over a
Week ago-. But whatever may be
the reference to the sinking of one
of these craft, there seems to be no
doubt whatever that two .if the
Russian torpedo boats reached
Cherbourg in a damaged condition bearing marks which indicate to
my niind that they were the objects
of attack by Rojestvensky's battle
ships. The Blestyaschtchi had her
Stem battered, and another boat had
shot holes in her sides. It is for
the-ipquiry board to find how these
Injuries were received. I notice,
however, that the Blestyaschtchi is
getting away as fast as pqssible, she
having already been reported as
having sailed eastward from Tan-
giers. ��� It may be that an effort
is beiiig made to have her
so far away as to make it unpos-
pibje for the inquiry board to get at
her "officers and find out what they
fcnqw about the North Sea horror.
"Admiral Rojestvensky says that
the torpedo boats bombarded his battleships and wounded some among
tis crew. That is silly, as a torp?do
Wt does oot DOttibard battlesiiips. I
J.^^1 -'���' OJiV.ii     ��������� 1
PRAISE FOR THE NICHACKO.
"We hear veiy little ofthe Nich-
acko country, on: hundred miles
north of Qnensnel, B. C, and three
hundrei and fifty miles north of
Asheroft. But they are talking
about it in Seattle, and tbe country
is being spied out by many Amer-U
cians. who are constantly going
in." This statement was made by
]. West, who has just returned
from Asheroft, where he met several settlers in the Nichacko coming
out, while those Americans going
in were advised not to attempt the
trip till a more suitable time of the
year. Those coming out informed
him that the valley was, besides
being nearer, far superor to the
Bulkey, that there was from 150 to
200 miles of good land, and 50
miles of ranching land ol" the very
best, bet'.eriti fact, than any place in
Americsl, and grass growing up to
tbe waist all over the section. It
was said if the Transcontinental
railway did not go through the
valley, as was expected, it could
not pass farther than one hundred
miles away, which would make the
Nichacko and ideal ranching valley.
If, however, the railway did pass
through the valley, people from the
States who are uow going in there
and takiug up land will be richly rewarded for their foresight.
Very little interest is taken in the
country by Canadians, the pathfinders being almost all from Puget
Sound.���The Commercial.
HE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5. 1904.    , "
 .  \     .1   . .in
That is .-mother method of explanation of the injured battleships.
The fishermen say that the Russians were on both sides of their
craft, an 1 that the shots came from
both ways. It that were so, it may
easily hive happened that one of
tbe Russians battleships fired into
another. Again, the wounded
among tlie crews of the battleships
may be the survivors of the sunken
torpedo boat. I cannot help wishing that Great Britain's arrangements with Russia provided for the
detention of all the vessels of the
Baltic fleet, instead of simply the
fonr battleships now at Vigo. I
believe some very important evidence is running away from us."
St. Petersbug, Nov. 1.���It is
practically admitted by the authorities that the Russian ministry of
marine is in possession of definite
information that the Baltic fleet fired upon its own torpedo boats in
the North Sea, mistaking them for
Japanese vessels. These torpedo
boats, finding themselves attacked
and laboring under the delusion
that the enemy was near, replied
to the fire. In this manner a number of Russians ships were slightly
damaged.
A. O.   U.  W.
DELTA  I.ODGE   NO.   12,   meets   Brst    and
third   Tuesdays   in   each month ia Wad-
deU's liall. - T. W. KKHR, Recorder.
I. OILCHR1ST, M. W
We are in receipt ol a copy ol
the report of the proceedings of the
first annual convention ot the Na-
tiomtl Association of Canadian
Stoek Breeders held in the City
Hall, Ottawa, last March. Expect
copies ft��r distribution in a few
days.
iuLltltu
i-.ui
3010 Westminster R^ad
100,000 Bulbs to airive soon from
Holland, France and Japan.
THOUSANDS   Or*  FRUIT  AND  ORNA-
MKNTA-,  TREES.
RHODODENDRONS,   ROSES,    GREENHOUSE    AND    HARDY   PLANTS
FOR  FALL   PLANTING.
Home Grown and Imported
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds
Always in stock in season.
FERTILIZERS ���  BEE    HIVES    AND
SUPPLIES.
Greenhouse  full of Plants,  Cut
Flowers, Floral Work.
Catalogue free, or call and examine stoek.
M. J. HENRY
VANCOUVER, B.C.
1. O. F.
Court Osseo, No. 3443, meets
in I O OF Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
each month Visiting brethren
always welcome. C. R, J B.
Burr; R. S,   B S  McDonald J '
I.O.O.F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
m. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend. ���*���
N. A. McDiarmid, N.G.
Dr. A. A. King,  Sec.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR
Room 2, Kllard Block, New Westminster.
Fashion Stables -
Trucking and" Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
Wm* Alexander
Lndner. B. C
P
EARS for
reserving,
ickling
Or Eating.
Place Your Orders Early and Get
the Best.
$1 Per Box,
W. A. Kirkland.
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Time Table.
IN EFFECT MAY ��, 1904*
No. 1���Leaves Victoria at 7 a.m.,
arrives at Guichon 11:30 and at New
Westminster, 1 p.m.
No. 2���Leaves New Westminster at 1.45 p.m., Guichon, 3 p. m.,
arriving at Victoria 7:20 p.m.
McRAE & Co
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NEW WESTniNSTER, IJ.   .
A full line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock
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��j. Manufacturers of all kinds oi v
4 Soda Water, Ginger i
X Ale and Summer J.
j. Drinks. jt.
���J   .   Your patronage solicited      \
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Ha Bws KB On
Notary Public,
Esinie I insurance
Ladner, B. C.
Purchasing Agent
Brackman-Ker Milling Co
Limited.
-DEALER   IN-
Fine B��oi��t
Rubbers
Best Goods, Lowest Prices
Custom  Work a Specialty.
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Incorporated 1869,
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, - $4,000,000
CAPITAL, PAID UP        - - $3,000,000
RESERVE FUNDS, - - $3,192,705
A General Banking Business Transacted.
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Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 50 BRANCHES���	
BRANCHES Itf BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancouver, Vancouver
East End, Grand Forks,'Nanaimo, Nel'son, Rossland, Victoria, Chilliwack, Ladner, Cumberland.
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I    Delta Transfer Stable
LADNER, R. C,
SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES
ON SHORT NOTICE
Team Work Dono at Specially low Prions.      t
* JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
f Telephone " Ladner " No. io.
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HELTA TINSMITH 5HOP
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs, Stove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and -Everything Else in This Line.
Agent for"
Gurney Foundry Co.'s Stoves.
P. D. Dod'a Mixed Paints.
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water hot for waslfing dairy
utensils, scalding hogs, or for' wash day. Every
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
ROBT. MAY
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Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C.
Stokes A Cullis
Purveyors.
For PRIME BEEF, MUTTON
and PORK TRY US.
Westham Street,
Ladner, 8. C
HAZELMERE LUMBER CO.
Manufacturers of all kinds of First-Class
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
We can deliver to any point on the Railroad in Delta"
Our Prloo Is Right. Wo Gnn Save You Money.
Drop Us a Line, Our Agent Wlll Gull on You.
GEO* M. THRIFT, Manager*
Gents' Clothing,
Hats & furnishings
At AN PHoos.
Best Line of Boots & Shoes in Town.
Rubbers to Suit Eyeryone.
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Prices
H. K. WRIGHT, Manager,    *     LADNER, B, C,
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. THE D&LTA TIMKfi, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5>  1904.
9ESK
Delta .Dy>ic & .Draint^iichemc
im>$9fow no. $.
A byia.tr ta-provide--for prLMt ring, maintaining, repairing and keeping* in repair certain Dyking and
..Drainage worxs constructed under and by virtue of tlie provisions of the-Delta Dyke and Drain _>y-law, "Wifo,
. of. the Municipality of Delta.
Provisionally adopted on the. lath day'of October, A. D. 1904. i
Whereas under the .said "Delta Dyke and Drain- By-law, 1895," certain drainage and dyking works
therein mentioned were and are. fully made and completed and are now being operated in the said Municipality; .sw
And wh_*ea#^under. e_jd,*bjr. ��*rtue of Section 261 of the "Municipal Act, 1897," it ia provided that after
such work��_aro fully made and completed as aforesaid, it .shall be the duty of the said Municipality making
such works to preserve, maintain and keep in repair, the same'at the expense of the lots, parts of lots, ami
roads, as the case may be as agreed upon and shown in the by-law-when finally passed;
.And whereas, under and by .virtue of Section 203 ot the Municipal Aot,. 1897,". the council may piss a
by.-Jaw��to borrow upon debentures ot the said Municipality, the funds' necessary for the repairs and works'
."���required by said Section 261, and shall assess and levy upon the 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 the suid
works at the expense of the lots aad parts of lots benefited tuereby,.and the sum of four thousand (fjiJOOU.Uuj
dollars is necessary and.is. required tnerefor:
sl*e it thereforeaenactedby the said Municipal Council of the District Municipality of the Corporation
oi Delta, pursuant to the provisions of the "Municijial. Act, 1897," .and Amendment Acts, as follows:
1, That the Beeve of the said District Municipality may 'borrow on the credit of the Corporation of
said District Municipality the sum of $4000.00, being the funds necessary for the Said works, and may i-sue
debentures of tbe said Corporation to that amount in sums of not leas than flOu.OO each, and payable with
In eleven years from the date thereof, with interest at the rate of five per cent, per annum, that is to say
in eleven equal annual payments, the first of which shall be*-due and payable on the fifth of October, 1905,
and all such debentures to be payable at the Royal Bailk of Canada, Ladner, Province of British Columbia,
, and to have attached to them coupons *or the paym-.ii, at Interest.
:S2. '*'onthe purpose of paying the sum oi $4000.00 being the amount to be charged against the said lands
���benefited, and which saidiiands are numbered in schedule "A" of this Bydaav,. xwid which are the lands num
bered and described lh the"%-*JsW..kr_own and described as'"Delta Dyke and Drain By-law,-1895, of the Mtinici
pality of Delta," and to. cover interests, "thereon for eleven years at the rate of five per centum per annum
and the following special rates, over and above al) other rates, shall be assessed and levied in the same man
��� ner and at the same time as taxes are levied upon the undermentioned lots an dparts of Jots, and which   re
the lands mentioned and described in the schedule ef assessment in the said "Delta Dyke, and  Drain  By-law,
1895, of the. Municipality-of Delta," and the amount of said speci.il rato3 nud interest assessed against' each
kit or part of lot, respectively, shall be divided into eleven equal parts, and one  smch part  shall be nss-ssed
and levied as aforesaid in each year for eleven years after the final passing of this By-law, during which, the
said debentures have to run. ���"   ��� ��..' ..,.   ... ,,.-., ,.
SCHEDULE "A."' *     "'���'���    "       "" ""
Schedule at asaMsment on _eei tain-lands *m."ToiwTisHps S, 4, 5 and (J for preserving, melntalning, and
keeping in repair land reclamaUon. and drainage works for benefits to said Townships.
Nominal Owaer of Property.
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Hutcherson, H. J.
Hansen; L	
Hansen, C. ..
Haggman, J	
Haggman, J.  ..-�����.
Hollingshead, J. W.
Hanford, _*"	
Houle, 0	
.Tack son, R. 8	
Jordan, Jos. .. ., ���..
Jordan, Jos	
Jordan, Jos	
Juriet. 1)	
Juriet, D	
.Turier, I)	
Jensen, Alf	
King, A. A	
Kirkland, test. J.  . .
Uirkland, test. J.
Kirkland. V	
Kirkland, FI. J	
Kirkland, Mrs. J. ..
'ettles, Chas	
Kerr,  T.  W. ......
Log-all, J. A	
Nominal Owner of Property.
Description of Property.
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Anderson, lt. ..... 7 .*
Allison, M. mB'J ..
Anderson, (Jus ..
Anderson, Uus ....
Anderson, Uus ....
Axelson, Adam ..   ..
A. B. C. Packing Co.
Alexander, Wm.. ...
Arthur, Mrs. VV..
Arthur, Mr_7""W.. ..
Arthur, C, H	
Arthur, H. J	
Arthur, F. T	
Bath, John	
Bain, N.m	
Bath, Jos... ~	
silenson, H.I) ,
Benson, H. D ,
Booth, Jas	
Brodie, Kldon	
Stone, Jos	
Browne, E. S	
Browne, E. 8	
Burr, J. B	
Burr, J. B	
IBott, ..f.-.I..	
���BuT*r,*__. ,_J-	
D��rr,'E.'B  ...
Burr, E. B	
Byrom, Geo. .... ..
Byrom, Mrs. Geo...
Bown, E. A	
Brown, A	
Butterfield, J. T..  ..
Bcrne.y, Jan ..- ....
rjjletsk, >M��v.tt	
Brodie. Sidney	
Beadleston, (J	
Baptist Church  ...
Calhoun, E. \V	
Carty, John	
Cbidell, E	
Cresswell, H. J	
C'osnlh*!], A	
Ctanpbell, J. A... ...
(Collinson, J. M	
Dane, J	
Carter, H	
tCullis, F ;
Mali*. ..Uqk.,^   ...
iPavie, Alex...  ....
sUevertux, Hhoda ...
Dove,  Douglas  ...
Dun-dole, T. J...- .,
���Wot, J. B	
allot. IB.,.   ....
tie, W.R...  .������. ....
Ellis, John	
Hgton, It	
Falk, A. A	
*nik, A. A	
Valk. A. A	
tFslk, Andrew	
Farrell, Richard ...
Fenton, Alex	
**<��|lJ��,.JrfH	
. Frederick, J  ,
Follia, John 	
GihMf*. P. T	
Gilchrist. TI	
Gihlrflst,   A	
Gilchrist.   A.   . .*  ...  .
Gilchrist,  A    ...  .
Grant, Jan.	
Grant, J>. B. ...���,.,.
���Green, O. V: .
"Goudy, W. .... ,.,.-..
Guichon. -Est. 1/.	
���Chifehon, E��t. L. .. .
fJmVhon, Est. li. ..   .
Guichon. Est. X .-;
Guichon, Ent. I-	
Guichon. Est. X. ������ ���
Guichon, I0��t. T,. . .
.���G'��ichfti.,-r>t. X; .,-. .
ffTs'nt ���"Tverr'v.. :... ..
Goi-ln-nich,- ST. t���. :!
Qran*r;'.T.'-..- ., .... j
Green. Elista beth ......
���Hsrtnfn T	
����-rtn����!!. F	
.Tolenliin.' K-.'.. ,J ,.
H*��rri��.  T>,	
���Holmes.-it. -R.  ..
'lfo'm��s.'Win. r	
'Ho'inpn. "Wm	
-Jl'im*  T^uiss	
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Ur. 2, pt lot 139	
Ur. 2, pt lot 102 .. ,	
ladner, lots 3, 4 and & ....
Guichon, lots U and 11 ...,
l��dner;.lat-24 ..  .........
Ur.i{,pt lot 108	
Ladner, lot 30 . .���'	
Ur. 2, lot "111 ..	
Ur. 2, pt lot 172	
Ur. % pt 'lot J72	
Ur. 2, pt lot 112	
Ur. *_-, pt lot 112	
Tp. 6, pt NE % Sec. 15 ...
.Uidner, lot 115,	
Ladner, pt lot M	
Tp. 5, NE Vi Sec. 25 ..   ..
Tp. a, N **_ .Sec. 30 .. .. ..
Ladner, lots 45 and 46 ...
Urj; 2, pt lot 188	
Lndner, lots 101 and 103 ..
Ur. 2, lot 110	
Ur. 2, pt lot 188	
(ir. 2, lot 140	
Ur. 2, pt lot 142	
Ur. 2, lot 144	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 98	
Ur. 2, pt lot 147	
Ur. 2, Jot 148 .. .. .'	
Or. 2, pt. lot 180	
ijodner, lot 130	
Ladner, lot 131 and 132 ..
Tp. 4, pt Sec. 211	
Or. 2, pt. lot 132 .. 	
Ur. 2, pt. lot 50	
Gr. 2, pt. lots 1,83 and 184 ..
Or. 2, pt. lot 138	
Ur. 2, pt. lot 115	
Ladner, lot 141 ..  ��.  ....
Or. 2, pt. lot 188	
Or. 2, pt. lot 132	
Gr. 2, lot 105	
Ladiwr, lot 130 ..  ..  ..  ._
Or. 2, pt. lot 59	
dr. 2, .pt. lot 59 .. .. ..
Ladner, lots 158 to 161 ..
Gr. 2, pt. lot 181	
(Jr. 2i pt. lot 59	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 137	
T. 5, n.w. Vi sec 23	
;,(j| Gr. 2, lot 170 ���>*..
Gr. 2, pt. lot 115	
Or. 2. pt. lot 130	
Ladner, lots 142 and 143 ..
iMdner, lots 14 to 18 ..
Ladner, lot 72	
Or, 2, pt. lot 188	
Or. 2, pt. lot 188	
Ladner, lot 1L'2	
Gr. 2, |>t. lot 133	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 119	
Or. 2, pt. lot 59	
Or. 2, pt. -lot .TtO	
Gr. 2, lot 113	
-Ladiier,'lot 110	
Ur. 2, pt, lot 116	
"fl". 5, s.e. Vi aee 85	
Gr. 8, pi, lot Mfc!...	
Or; 2, lot 183	
T. 0, s. "v. s.w. Vi ����c 12 ...
IV ��, pt, n.w. %  sec 12 ..
Gr. % pt. lot Win	
(ir. 2. et. lot 147  ..
Gr. % nt. lot 116	
Lndner, \iA 100	
Or/2,.lot ���]��  7  ..
'T;; 5, s. -fit, sec 25 ..  .,
..-.,' dv.'w, h>t-J�� .������. ., .. ..
,. ...   Clr. 2, lot 117  ..
Gr. 2, lot 10S .' .-..'.
Or, 2. lot 109 V:i	
��iv2, -lor'fcH ,,.  ,.   ..
Hr. 2, lot 97 ....  .."..  '. .
..Or.' 2, lot 90 ..   ..'	
(iii:<\h<in. 2\lots	
-Guichon, |_M lots	
"QMiclionAI lot	
'he. pV'n. e. % nee 14  ..
WWn#rr*lot 54 ..   	
L*dner, lots 78 snd 79  ...
(Tr. 2, pt. lot 18.8	
Gr. -2, pt.ldt 182	
T. 0, pt. n.w. Vj  sec 12 ..
Cr. *2. i-it  1'>3	
T. ��, s,p -V4  op,. y> . .   ...   . .
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1.6519
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31.031
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41.201
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51.801
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Live'ry, E	
Ladner, Thos. E	
Ladner, ThOs. E	
Ladner,. Thos. E	
Ladner, E. B	
Ladner. Ellis	
Ladner, W. II	
Ladner, "VV. H	
Leary, Wm	
Leary, W. J. ..   ..   ..   ���
Lord, Est. F. ..	
1 ord, Est. V	
Lord, Chas	
Lord, Chas	
Lome, Estate	
Lorne, Estate	
Lome. Estate	
Lorne, Estate	
Lorne, Estate	
Lorne, Estate ,
Lorne, Estate ���
Lome, Estate ..-...,. .
Lome, Esrtate-..  .. .. ���
Lome, Estate ..  ... ..
Leny & Lersen	
Lanning-, W. J	
Larad, Fred	
Lewis, Hanford	
Lasseter,.-Geo	
Leary, A.'E	
Livingstone, W	
Ladner, 0., Building- Co.
Mason, Ann H	
Martin^lich, V ,.
Matheson, Mrs. P... ..
J_fc��ride, *W. L	
McCnllough, V	
McClosky. Geo	
McDonald, J. M	
McKee, Est, J.	
McKee Bros	
McKee, D. A   ..  .
McKee, J	
-Monkman. Louis	
McDiarmid, M. A	
McKenzie, F. J	
McNeely. Mrs. A	
McNeely, Mrs. A.	
McNeely, Mrs. A	
McNeely, Mrs. A	
McNeely,  Mrs.  A	
McNfly, Mrs. A	
McNeelv. Est. Thos  ...
Mitchell, N	
Mitchell. N	
Moffet, Itolrt	
MdJfet.'Itobt	
MorTet, UoM	
Monkman, J. J ��� ��� ��� ���
Monkman,..!. J ���
Monkman, L. J...   ..." ���
Morlev, S.-imuel	
Morrow, C. H	
Morrow, C. H	
Macklin, H ��� ���  ���
.Macklin,'H	
Macklin, H	
Moore. J. A	
M��H>re. sT. A	
McKenzie, J	
McCormick,-If	
McKenzie, P	
Nisbet, Marcella	
Nelson, Jas	
Mcolieh, Gasper	
N. C. tnvt. Tru-it	
Nicholson. H	
O'IMen  Hros	
Oliver-,'Warren   ���
Oliver,-Warren ������
Oliver. Warren	
Oliver, Warren	
Olson, A	
Paterson, II. 8	
Pnter��on, J. A.	
Patorson, J. A	
Piiteitsoii, J. A	
Parmites Bros.	
l'emhertiin. 17 Tl. ..   .
renil>ei*ton. F. B. ..   ���
Peterson, O. C	
Peterson, 0. C...  ���
Pybus, vVan	
���pybus, Wni	
Pybus, Wm	
Price, David	
Paddon.  Geo	
Patterson. T. It	
Qiinjrsran.'l!. H	
Rafriage, S ���
Bead, A'lTiin	
Head, A'la-m	
TReagrh, J	
Kich. II. N...   ...   ������-
lticb. H. N	
Richardson. C. H... .
-��obson, Geo.., . ������ ���
'Rei-CM. N... ^.,.|*..'
IlHWlins. M  ��� ���'<
RoBelionmpli, M. K ��� ���.
Rodperson, *T	
gtilnton, ���'. F	
Pt-iiiH-n.  V	
"SwBiTsnu.'L. ..  ���������������
Shiriey. P	
Simpson, J	
Simpson. 7...   ��� ���'���
Simpson, J	
Seliek. M	
SelicV. M.	
SH]i*.,y. "Vl'Mnnond  . ..
Rtiinlv. Tticlimond ...
Sutherby, >T. R	
iSwrmnn,, Mr *. T... ,.
Ladner, lots 76 and 77 .......      7/20 1.68
Gr. 2, pt, lot 132  8 4.21
Gr. 2, pt. lot 132  15 7.90
Gr. 2, pt. lot 132  15 7.80
Gr. 2, pt. lot 138      7 1/4 3.76
Ladner, pt. lot L         1/4 2.24
Gr. 2, pt. lot 139  25 g,|j<j
Guichon, 2 lots _.        2/5 1.93
Ladner, lot 104         1/5 90
Ladner, lots 97 to 98       9/20 2.18
T. 5, pt. s.e. Vt sec 22  48 4.45
Guichon, 2 lots         2/6 1.92
T. 6, pt. s.w. % sec 12 ..  ... 80       10.16]
Or. 2, lot 143  23 6.681
Gr. 2, lot 145 ..  20 8 81
Gr. 2, pt. lot 59  10        JJ.30J
Lndner, lots 83 and 84       8/10 1 44
Gr. 2, pt. lot 177         209       60.58]
Gr. 2, pt. lot 178 19 1/2.        3.76[
Gr. 2, pt lot 177         135       26.14
Gr. 2, pt. lot 177         160       80.001
Gr. 2, pt. lot 115  1/2 _(
Gr. 2, pt. lots 58 and 59 ..  .. 87       28.11
Guichon, 4 Jots	
Ladner, lot 93	
Or 2, pt.  lot 133	
Or. 2, pt. lot 118	
T. 5, n.w. 14 sec 25	
T. 5, n.e. V* sec. 26	
Or. 2, pt. lot 182	
T. 5, n.e. Vi sec. 35	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 108	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 115	
Ladner, lots 19 and 20 ..
Gr. 2, pt. lots 183 and 184..
Ladner.Jots 22 and.23 .. ..
���Ladner, lots F and * 117 ..
Gr. 2, pt. lot 100	
Ladner, lot 118	
T. 4, NW % Sec. 7.	
T. 4, SW *fcSec. 7 .. .- ... ,
T. 4, SW'14 sec 18	
T. 4, SE Vi See. 18	
T. 4, pt NE Vi Sec. 18 ..
T. 4, pt SE Vi Sec. 19 ..
T. 4, pt NW Vi Sec. 20 .. ..
T. 4, pt NE Vt Sec. 20 ..
T. 4, S % Sec. 20	
T. 4, N % Sec. 21	
Ladner, lot D	
Ladner, lot 85 to 87 ..  ..
T. 6, pt SW Vi Sec. 12 ..
Gr. 2, blk 3 of 138 .. .. ...
Guichon, 1 lot	
Gr. 2, bl'c'2 o. US	
La-dner, lot 137	
Ladner, lot 50	
Gr. 2, lot 185	
Guichon, 1 lot	
Or. 2, pt lot 107 .. ..
Guichon, 1 lot ... ., ., .. ..
Ladner, lot 105	
T. e, Wi_ V4 Seo. ts	
T. 0, SE Vt *Sec. 13	
Gr. 2, pt lot.100	
Gr. 2, pt lot 138  ....
Or. 2. pt lot 115	
Gr. 2, pt lot 115	
Ladner, lot 73	
Ladner, lots 184 and 135 ..
Ladner. lot 50	
Gr.J2, pt lot 177	
TV-sVpt^Sec. IB	
Ladner, lots 47 and 08 ....
Ladner; tots '69 and 70 .....
Gr. 2, pt lot 100	
Ladner, lots 25 to 27 .. ...
Ladner, lots 10 to 13       11/20 2.05]
Gr. 2, lot 151  87       29.48]
Gr, 2, lot 152  20 5.81|
I atlner, lots 0 and 7        3/10 1.44
Ladner, lots 8 and 9       3/10       -1.44
Ladner, Ipt I        -1/5 flill
Gr. 2, pt lot 115  US     '11.001*
Gr. 2, pt lot 18.8 W 1/2       11.06
Gr. 2. pt lot 115    10 1/2 3.00
T. 5, pt NW Vi Sec. 22  114       11.031
Or, 2, pt lot 142  47       15.90
T. 0, pt SW Vi Sec. 12  20 6.78
Or. 2. pt lot 50 25 8,*45|
Guichon, 2 Jot��         2/5       *1.03|
Guichon, 2 lots         2/5 1.42
Or. 2. pt lot. 106 .. '        1/10 48]
Ladner. l'rbs 91 and 92         2/5 1.61)
Ladnpr, lot 48       3/20 30]
Ladner, lot 49        3/20 30|
Ladner, lot 110 and 120 [ Oil/llX)
Gr. 2, pt lot 50         .30
Gr. 2, pt lot 188 I        10
Guichon, 2 lots        2/5
Gr. 2, pt lot 133	
Or. 2, pt lot 115	
Gr. 2, pt lot   IS2	
Lndner, lots SO nnd 81 ..  ..
Lndner, lot 11	
Ladner, pt lot 0	
Lndner, lots 88 and 89 ..  ..
Gr. 2, pt lot .**>!��	
T. 3, pt See, 31	
Or. 2, lot 170	
(Jr. 2, pt lot 1.10	
(ir. 2, pt lot 180	
(Jr. 2. lot 175	
Gr. 2, lots ��<l and 01	
Gr. 2, pt lots 58**8nd'68 ....
Gr. *2. pt lot 131	
Or. 2, pt lot 119	
T. 0, NW % Sec. 1  180       C4.20
Or. 2, pt lot 174  85       10.40
Gr. 2, lot 173  162       31.85
(ir. 2,'lot 140         120       40.00
Or. 2, pt lot 188  10 2.4-i
L�� drier, lot*-- 12-1 nnd 125 ....        2/5 1.08
Gr. 2, pt lot 1.11 ..         '30     IIB'.W
Ur. 2, pt lot 180 '. 1��       40.80
Gr. 2. pt lot 107  100       19.80
Of. 2. pt lots 183 nnd 184 ... . 80       23.80
Ladner,' lot 106         1/6 90
Ladiie.-. lot K and 110      1 1/8 3.75]
Gr. 2, ptiotm       m>     11.5S,'
Ur. 2, ptlot Isll '. 08 S��.li*|
Gr. 2, pt lot l;*2  16 7'.*90J
Or. 2, pt lot 115  .1/4 "90]
T. .**>. NW 14 !->(���. 15  100 14.90|
Or. 2. pt loLl.13,  41 1/2 2l.48|
Gr. 2, blk 1 of 138  7 1/2 2.50]
Loatter.'lot'THi      8/20 sti
Ladner, lol  '.'"' I      4/5 ��0|
Gr.2. pt lot TO	
Ijulner, lot ?���'���'���	
1/idner. lot 7-1 nnd 75 ... .
j Lndner. lot  HIT	
I Gr. 2. nt lot 115	
(luiohon, 1 lot ..	
1 Gr. 2. Tit lot *.!) ..	
T. 4. NW */. Recti !        H'O 7.7.-.!
ti sw";Si'.(i      "iio    lerwii
' Or, 2. pt lot 1.17 1 91 1/2       2fl.fi0|
Guichon, 2 lots., |       2K        J_.4*8|
66
2.34
1.66
5.87
8.12]
ld.02
15.12
11.02
1.46
5.22
78
3.02
.3.45
11.86
.7.8
2.69
04
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80
3.04
1.75
6.20
76
.2.67
.4.01
14.17
2.64
9.32
2.29
8.10
J.2J��
4.60
U7
2.01
19.98
70.68
1.38
8.14
10.32
86.46
12.23
48.21
04
IA
11.10
88.21
��
40
88
1.84
4.47
15.78
66.12
533.52
9.15
82.81
9.15
32.81
5.70
30.15
40.-89
32.42
16.06
B6.73
0.10
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81
1.81
��.43
88.29
95
8.37
". 1.24
4.38
'85
8.37
84
1.06
8.0��
10.81
8.06
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10.81
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6.28
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100
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80
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THETDItLTA- TMK�� SATURDAY NOVEMBER Si **>*
LOCAL NEWS-
Masquerade Ball.
I*
Merainal Omnr of tfroptrty.
Fresh
Bakery.
daisy butter at the OQy
Thanksgiving Day is set
ijth inst.
-fcr.the
More wedding whisperings-are
heard along tho Slongh* road..
Mrs. M
Thursday;
.N.-Reid returned
, eothe Transfer. -
home
Miss AKce ladner returned; on
Thursday, from Vancouver.
If. N. RR* paid a* sfitet business
vfcit to Westminster^ Thursday 7
Ait. Eytot** and daughter spent
Thursday In New We'stminster,
$&. Staintoh paid a stiort business visit to Vancouver, Tuesday.
The Arthur Bro*J made quite a
few'imrchases at th* Smith-sale last
weeav
<*__ a      'ni ��� >i c
(St. Cft Dennis, East Deltar, is-put-
tihf < up quite a nice lot of neat
whe4c*ncing-s
Slnitbi. A...   .
Sfcith,* Mrs. A
ShotboltTMra.
Smith, Robt.. .-
Spinning, G...  .
' Swan, Geo	
Shirley, B.'..  . ...
' Taylor, A. UeB..
Taylor, H. G...
OSayloc, M. G...
'__iylor, Fred...
j Thirkle. Thos...
Thirkle, Thos. ���
, Thirkle, Thos..-.
Todd, Thos... .
Tfriin_1>id... --,..
���Baylo*. W. H.. >
Vasey, H. M... .
Vasey, Mrs. H..
Jficevich, Thos
Description of Property.
Gf:2,bik'6oiid��t
    ...   ...  ..Gr.2, blk 4 of 188	
T.*    . ��� ..-Ladner. lota 122 and 123
 .-   .......T. 5, S % NB V�� Sec.. 16
.....'_. ... ��� Ladner, pi lot t	
  ... ...Or. 2, pt lot 186 .. .. -.-.
..  .... .,.- .... .. .-Or. 2, pt lot 115* .... .:.
 ..... Gr. 2, pt lot 115	
...  ���..   ..._ ...Gr. 2,' pt lot 107 .. ... ..
 ~  s��-T. 6, pt, 3 \V -Si Sw 22
    . ~Gr, 2, pt lot 115	
 Ladner, lbt* 0'*and V
......  .-...������ ...LadneT,'*ptlbtM'
.,.- -.,.- . <,. . ..Gr. 2, pt lot 115	
 .*.. Ladner; lots 120 and 127
���. .s* ...s .ms .o.Gr. 2, pt lot 59'..
 .'. ... .Ladner, lot 98*..-.
  ..Gr. 2, pilot 26.. .
 ,  ...Gr. 2, ptlot26.. .
...  ... Or. 2, ptlot 59
Vidunchi A Guichon, 1 lot  ..,.
VicWia Terminal Ry. and Perry Co. .Gr. 2,* pt lot 00 .*.- .. 	
Victoria Termihtfl Ry. and Veny, Co'��..Gr". 2,' pt lot 115	
Victoria Tei-mS-tal Ry. and Ferry Co*-Or. 2, pt tot 177	
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry C0..Gr. 2, pt lot 178 ...... ....
Victor.* Terminal Ry- and Fierry Coi'/r. 5, pt NE % Sfcc. 85 ....
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Fprry Co'..Gr. 2, pt lots 9 and 10 of 102
Victoria. Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co. .T. 5. pt. SE V* Sec 3.*>
Victoria- Terminal Hy. and Ferry Oo.. Gr. 2, pt lot 180
Victoria Terminal Ry-'and* Ferry Co..T. 3, pt Sec. 31
Jas, Nelson and
Wednesday, from a
v1.itrto*,the cities.
wife returned,
short business
Miss Etta Kerr weut to Vancouver, yesterday, to impend a few"day*
w*fth friettds-thera.
Mrs. li- Monkman aad her sister,.
Miss Clarke; "T^iid* Visit-tO the Ter-
nfical City during ths week.
.$fc McBride and G. R. Manley
Were amongst the crowd who went
tO" Westminster* ��� to-* record- tbeii1
votes.
Jk'-atetlia&oi the Loyal Legion
iris held at Ihe closfe* of-scheol, yes**-
teVday. Mrs. Miller addressed the
tfiildftetl'.' -
Another prospective voter arriv*
ed at th* home of Chas. Davis, on
Sunday last. Mother and child are
iibncteo-weH.
Waddell, J. L,
i Waddell, J. L...  .
Waddell, J. L...  .
Waddell, J. L...   .
Waddell, J. L...  .
Waddell, J. ��..*.- .
Waddell, f. t	
Wellington Farm .
Wellington Farm .
Wellington Farm .
Wellington Farm .
1 ���Vv-hitfJsit.es, W.' av.
Whitwortli,!.".. ...
Wilson, J. Kerr . j
Wilson, J. Kerr .-.
Wilson, E. E M...
Wright, S. and W.
Woodward, Esther
Woodward", Esther
Woods, Agnate"*"**, .-
Wolston, Geo
.-.Ladner, tat*'���_*
.-/-Ladner, lot 67	
..Gr. 2, lotiSof 181 .. .
..Gr.2, lot 8 to 11 of 181
. .Gr. 2, lot 5 and pi 7 Of 181
..Or. 2, ptlot 181 v
r.*Gr. 2, pt lot 182' ., ..,-., -..
.vdr. 2; lot W ,
..Gr. 2, lot 65	
.^r. 2, lot 56	
.��(ir. 2, lot 57  ........
-���Gr. 2, ptlot 180 .. .. 1. .-.
Gr. 2, pt lot 115
, .Gr. 2, lot 129' ..
., .Gr. 2, lot 128* ..
...Gr. 2, lot 120
,/T. 5, pt E % Sec. 22
. .Ladner, lot* E and p*0.,
..-Ladner, lot 55	
..Gr. 2, pt fait 13?.	
. .Ladiier, lots 109"and 112
Woolery, Thos Ladner, lot 71	
��4000.00| |1678.43l $6678.49| fOOttOV*
3*" That tWs By**l*w Bhirtl**e> pUbliahed in* tfie Brlttsh" CbramWa 0����*Ht��, and the Deltn Times newspapers
once in ev"��rY week for four cdneeWitlve weeks before the final passing thereof, aad startl eome Into, operation and take effect seven daye from the date of its final adoption by the Council. 	
4   This Bv-law may be cited for all purposes ae the Ueha Dyke and Drainage Scheme, 1898, By-law Ho. i.
_?roviaionally adopted by the Council on the 13th day of October, A. D. 19(H. _ _
R*Sde.ed,- adapted ^id t&e ae*l ot^thfr tonwraWoa ��tt��l^ tWr^ day of* Jf.lt
1004
N. A. HcTfitittotm, C.II.C      ��� ��� Mm. K KITTSON. Beer*.
The above is a true copy of a by-law paesed by the Municipal Coun��H of the Corporation of Delta �����
4*�� l*h dav ef October, A. D. 1904, and all persons are hereby required, to take notice that aaryone- desirooa cd
-hril^Vii*!. to have such by-law quashed nm��t make applies tion for that put pose to tbe Supreme Court wifHnon*
��ffine*�� after the ^hUca^n ot thia 1-y-tew in the DritWh Columbta'qiette, or be will he iee tat* to
reheard in thatbehaff. ^����5S^jCgJBl%*^^
Ladner, October-16th, 190*.       ���-     -**^-n�� ^-r*^* *&$**��   x    .,
eass��KaiB-HB-s_a--g^____________i______i___M-anHeaHa-��a*
an a��Ul��;wbich will confine him to
the house lor a feVti&yl*.*
There will be a meeting
Delta Creamery Directors
Rich's office, at 2 p.m. Nov.
ofthe
in Mr.
12th.
Friday, Mov!-1-8,
Egg** a*T flfili gov��_rv ��P* Get
some Poultry Powder at the Drug
Store at once���it will keep your
hens laying and start them if they
have stopped.���?. }. MacKenzie.
*__*_-.
W. H. ladner and -wife nnd T.
_$. Ladner and wife returned home,
Oh Sunday-* last, frofll" _*sftw*'West.
Midstef, vi* V^t.k.
F��i? Sale-
House and Lot, on Stanley Street.
Apply to
R. S. JACKSON.
Rev. W, H, Madillv ol Clover'
dhle, will o��eiat< at both- diets of
tforship ne*t Lcsrd's Day wi.hi��*
St. Andrew's Church.
Stanley* GooStrey retnrned-, y��s**
terday, from a trip to the St. Louis
Bnpeeition, and reports excellent
���#tathar and an enjoyable time.
- ���**** '���**Bi 11 ���-1 *r -7
Mis. IJ&mbnd and Mrs. Bt-tr*y��*s,
dt Nanaimo, -aad MiSs Richardson,
of ��� V&ucouvef, returned home yesterday after spending a couple of
weeks ie the guests oi Mrs. Kerr,
'?bete was a good attendance at
the meeting ot tbe Ladies' Aid oi
the MeAodiat Church, held at Mrs.
latrt��s; last ThuTstfays Thle aShrt
Meeting will be at Mrs. Lannmg's.
f he regular ttotffht^ rifeWing of
tlie Board of Management' of the
Ablie^Readinj; Room will be- held
at ta&F&e&fc Room on MOfiday
eVenin'tr at 8 o'ciocHfe- Alt-initerest-
<��:are iivitsfd to attend.
-.little Ifl*ie Hilto..* met'vrtth a
ftfnftt. aeiiflrtlrt' on 1%i��rsday; It
^p_**s*th��*i*he t*hd sr1 frfend were
���H**_f*��wh��#he slipped>sfir��ioifig,
WANTfeBi* ttr tttde*' a  Singer
Sewing Machine ftr Hay or Oats���
J. H. Todd, Agent, New Westmin
ster, B.C.
I Hoese Goods! \\
1       Our  H'allitM and  HorM Furni.hlnt" J f
)' have long proto* reliable, snd they are
'   built uot ouly for atyle but wear. 3 t
RBMIRIM A-��SPECt*ALTV. ) [
WttVQti McDOWEllCl, }(
LADNER. B. C ' t
* T
X��X> X��-<("*��('-X" X ��� X ��� X ��� x��x��
CALL AT*
..Stisintm's..
AND SEE  T_�� NE*w\
farm scales,
incubators;
fanning mills,
A^'A"*Cli-.KIND��r*<M*FARMING
ItMPLEMfilWES
OUR N'EW'G^SOLmE LAMPS'
, ARB-N-&W I*K
I    CAUL A-N_J> SttE TH*gM'.
���No Getftraang, they Iftght'W'ftft
*Mf*&&
-. Special Thanksgiving Service*
will be held at 11 o'clock on the.
forenoon of Thursday;- 17th inst.'
(Thanksgiving Day), within. S*��
Andrew's Church. A thankoflfer*'
ing in aid of the Royal Columbian
Hospital** New Westminster, will
be taken up.
I'
For SaTe.
.. SOme trie Buff Orpiftgltdn Cockerels from Imported Stock.
Apply
H. L. NICHOLSON.
mr.
.*:.-
McBride
When you want t�� BW*j^ or Stare' Yotiir'Prcir*-
duce er Ima, Stock.
******������
Brain Elevator,
Okpseity 600 Ton��
Warehouse,
Space,- 24,000 Square Feet
RATES ON APPLICATION
Fresh.  Smo&ed  and  Pickled  Meats-
Of All  Kinds  Kept  Oonsjtantly   on       '
?-.    Hand at the     ���>��� .���  -,.  .  .    .       J'-l-   *
That's where" you wflP ttoct t�� readjr
to buy almost anything you have, in*
the way of Pann JProduce, Dead- or
.Alisre,, at as SmaJL a Bci-S3�� a�� Possible,
and ftar which \v*e Jtlways Pay the
i'i dash. We also Handle) Bnoduce cm
Commtasioii through our Commodious
. Wsareho-fflSBs       . .       .�����������������
- McKEE BROS. ��
=SS_ars
sesr
No Rubbers Required*f
No More Wet Feet!
i . - .    ..      .... ..    .
N@>Mbre Sore Fe*tt
SINCLAIR hits got the "DOCTOR SPECIAL"
with the Celebrated Dt. Reed Cushion Inao&s;
which* momvii w-xlKiiig a pleasure.-
These Shoes are sold only by
*8fe Leading -.
SnDtr S)lortf
W.DSINCLMR
Awarded Gold*1 Medal at World's Columbian and Mil-Winter
Expositions for Highest ^Gr��de*o��-Rolled Oats.
the BrackmmKer
milling��, Ltd.
Head Offloe:
VICTORIA, b. c
Blanches:
NEW WESTMINSTER,
VANCOUVER, ItNELSON.
ROSSLAND AKtv STRATH-
CONA.
.Mills;
WCBORIA NEW WESTMINSTER.    EDMONTON.
Elevatoxsu
At "all principal point* on
Calgary and Edmonton R. R.
Manufacturers af Cerenl Fm<U, 8*tra CrtaaMHUlad Oat*. Oalmtal, Crahaa
Pearl Barley, SvUtVcaa, Chopped and Mind ����_���.
Dealer! la Flour,- Shui, 8harU.Ha)., Orain and all kftida of Para MMute.-
Flour,
H.N. RICH,
FurchaBiti{| .r%ene,.       ^       i^ti9NERv B. C.
TO Wll BOXES TO p.
At nominal cost, private ' individmftt oir Bttwness
men can put their important papers and valuables in as-
secure and convenient place.
This is a boon, to tliose who do not possess a safe,
and to- ftmfltes1* trtcvelllngt        /
These boxes are acccssifeltfe* during alf Bunonss houn*
ta the renter, who hedds the key.
RATESi  $t.50
Westminster Truss*. 9m Safe Deposit Co., Limited^
Au'sfitwriied' Cipiul, $25,000.
-���**-�� ~  . niwosrr vaults acp tmik ��tfigb ��p
F; J. HART&mf
New Wertminster, B. C
FOR A OOOD
tOBSt
Andrew Clausen,
Sadies' and Gents'!  Watafiet*
and ChaisOSss.
gterlin^   SHIVer  astCt  FFatetfc
Goods.
Q��TO
G.X BAKER'S
"'  --: ���-��'*}   ...      .   - "   "" . ���      .
wm
Our .Sbeef Frame*
4kt. For 14-ft Opening, $lS8*>'
4-ft.Fto- B��.ft. Opeiai_*gt^S(>
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