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Array ELTA  TIMES
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Vol. 1. No. {9.
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LADNER, B C, SATURDAY, JANU i RV 16, 1904.
$1.00 a year
I i,
'
(
rir Service, I Tiie 1Jeltri -Hotel.
n MB 1��. lOffi
-    i  j, .-.  1   r_.��i"j,o'  ft Son.
Yorkshire. Boar, farrowed May
3th, 1902. His dam, Woodbine
Rosa Belle, was .Sweepstake Sow
gmd Litter at Winnipeg in 1902.
This Boar was "recently purchased
"rom A. D. Paterson.
Assftel Smith.
5, U Kirkland
REA&, ESTATE ft .,.
FINANCIAL AGENT?..
H,i��.MDIPi��IW
Welsh have
I taken charge of the Delta Hotel,
tn the years gone by, 11:.der their
care, the Delta Hotel had a name
���tecond to none on the Eraser, as
caterer to the general public. This
hotel lus been refitted throughout,
aud one of the best fsainple rooms
m the coast has been attached. At
this hostelry the best short order
reals are to be had on the shortest
noti' e possible, and it is with pleasure we welcome again in our midst
Mr. and Mrs. Welsh.
Maple Sugar, pure  Eastern, just
in, City Bakery.
Deeds, Wills, Leases, Agreements
and Partnerships drafted and prepared promptly.
Office: Next door to Dr. King's.
Apples,
Fall and Winter
Vegetables
Of All Kinds
FRESH MILK
Peliye^ Daily, 6c. Per Quart
W. A. Kirkland.
Fashion Stables -
Trucking and  Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
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Iintbiep, B. C.
Ja F* STAINTON
���DKAIsKH IN���
Bicycles, Farm Implements, Httrd-
ware, Coal, Coal Oil, & Gasoline.
Agent for the McCormick Machine
and Binder Twine.
Manufacturer of Wooden Pumps.
All Kinds of Repairing. Farmers'
Scales. Auctioneer.
W. N. Draper,
"PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
Room 5, KUard Block, New Westminster.
t��'.*MOK"��X'��0l,'��
* Horse Goods!
��� l    Our Harness nnd Horse  Furnishings
1  lisve long proved reliable, and they are
/ ! built not only for sttfte but wear.
j- RBPAIRiNO A SPBCIALTV. i
I huqh Mcdowell, |
1 I LADNER, B. C X
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I        pon't Forget to See Our |
t Liwftes' and Gents*
I Watches & Chains,,
t     Sterling Silver i Plated Goods,     |
I Bracelets, Brooches, 'l
I        Cuff Links & Rings *
i
Repairing a Specialty.
j*" ' "
Undrew Clausen,    I
DKLTA vSTlJBstT,     .,',.,-,     LADNBR, B.C.   1
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Have You Seen the
PropSess Treepro
They Are IT.
A Number of Young Pigs for Sale".
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ll ASSEMBLY FOB il
Books Audited, Found
Correct and C. M. C.
Highly Commended for
Manner of Keeping.
Council met in the Town Hall,
Jan. g, at 1 o'clock p.m. and sat as
Court of Revision on the voters list,
after the necessary alterations had
been made it was on motion declared the Revised Voters' List for
the year 1904.
Council then took up regular
business and the minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed.
COMMUNICATIONS.
From the Provincial Board of
Health, requesting the Council to
send a delegate to attend a meeting
to be held in Victoria the 20th inst,
with the object of forming an association for the prevention and cure
of tuberculosis;  received and laid
over for the new Council to deal
with.
From F. McCleery, tendering jio
and the cost of conveyance for a
deed of lots 8, 9, 10, n, Blocks,
of 311b. B of sec. 20. B, 5. N. R. 2.
W., on wbich he holds a mortgage.
On motion the tender was accepted,
that being the amount of taxes, interest and  costs against the same.
From Fierce & Pement re obstructions in Nicomekl river at R.
R. bridge, and asking the
Council to do some work on the
ravine at A. Anderson's place;
received and laid over for the new
Council to act.
From E. L. Webber, Auditor, as
follows:
Rkkve and Council ok Surrey,
Gentlemen.���I beg to report that
I have audited your Municipaal
books, as kept by your Clerk and
Collector, for the year ending
Dec. 31st 1903, together with the
Bank pass book, vouchers, and
other papers and find the same
correct. I find all receipts properly
credited, and all payments regularly
authorized as shown by your minute book.
The printed reports are correctly
made out from the books, and 1
think, sufficently explanatory without requiring any special comment.
Delta A. A. A.
Tiie adjourned annual meeting
of the above organization was held
in tlie Shirley Hotel on Monday
evening, when all the officers were
present and the president, N. A.
McDitrmid in the chair.
The reports of the secretary and
treasurer were adopted as read.
The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President,
P. Shirley; vice-president, W. H.
Wilson, re-elected; secretary, J. T.
Pollock, re-elected; treasurer, Dr.
Woodley, re-elected; auditor, E. L.
Kirkland, re-elected; bon. president,
R. E. Kittson; hon. patron, John
Oliver, M.P.P., re-elected. Committee of management���D. D. McRae and W. A. Livingstone. All
were elected unanimously.
It was decided to hold a grand
ball 011 the 29th of January, in the
Town Hall. Posters will appear
later.
It was decided to collect the
monthly dues of 25c. a month, beginning Jan. 1, '04.
rails, for purpose of letting the
Shannon aud Milton road water
through under their track; To
obtain cost of such culvert about 40
rods south of station tlso the cost
the above on north limits of Milton
road across their right of way; also
ask their permission should the
Council prefer to construct the
same, one culvert required only.
Also ask permission for the Council to construct and maintain a ditch
on the West limit of their right of
way, 9 feet wide and 4 feet deep,
from culvert to river. Council
would adopt the usual plan of railroad box culverts subject to their
instructions. Motion lost. Conns.
Wickersham and Cameron voting
in the affirmative, the remainder of
the Board holding that a definite
point for the culvert should be
selected before they could expect
the railroad company to entertain a
proposal.
The nsual monthly accounts were
passed and cheques iasued.
Council then adjourned, sine die.
VV. A. Livingstone rescued I.
Derocher, on Sunday last, from a
watery grave. Mr. Derocher was
drawing water from the slough
when the plank on which he was
standing, broke off, precipitating
him into a cold bath. Good for
you W. A.
The Ladies' Aid ofthe Methodist
Church met at the home of Mrs.
H. J. Kirkland Thursday afternoon, when the finances in connec-
���   ,   ,      , .1 tion  with  the driving shed  were
Your Clerk has been very  pains-   .. ,     TT .,
1  .      [discussed.   Have   you   paid   your
'shere,   if not, do   so.    The next
1
meeting will be held at the home of
taking, and has kept his books in a
careful and satisfactory manner.
Thanking you for past favors, I
beg to remain.
Yours Respectful!?,
E. L. Webber.
On motion the account of the
Provincial Home against John Armstrong was ordered paid, $71.10,
and the account against F. McRae
of $78.80 was order,J paid out of
the money deposited in the Bank
of Montreal for that purpose.
Moved by Co Wickersham sec by
Co Cameron, That the Clerk negot-
with the G, N. R. R. Co. for the
construction and maintenance of
one box culvert 4 leet wide, bottom
of culvert tq be 8 fset below R.R.
Installation.
The annual meeting e{ Fraser
Valley District Lodge, No. 3, waa
held at Surrey Cent.-e on Thursday
evening. Worshipful Matter Gee,
Dennis in the chair. The Worshipful Master is to be congratulated oa
the efficient manner in which ht
has attended to the duties of hia
office as District Master.
After general business the elec��
tion of officers was taken up as foi*
lows: W.M., Bro. T. Todd; D.M.,
Bro. Pendergrast; Chaplain, Bro.
W. A. Stone; Sec, F. Cutting;
Fin. Sec, Bro. J. Boothroyd;Treas.,
Bro. Silas Boothroyd; D. of C,
Bro. J. Logan; Lecturer, Bro. Geo.
Dennis.
A very enjoyable supper Wai
partaken of by the company aftet
the election.
Market.
The market this week was brisk
and good with the supply equal ta
the demand.
Beef, forequartcrs, 5c. te 6c;
hindquarters, Sc to 8J_c.
Pork, 8c to 9c.
Mutton, 8c to 9c
Veal, 8c. to i.e.
Chickens, $5 to $6}i per doz.
dressed, i2j*_c. per lb.
Eggs, fresh, 35c. per dor.; cued,
30c.
Butter, 30c. to 35c..
Mrs Cares, on Thursday the 28th-
Tenders Wanted.
SEALED TENDERS tor the
erection of Odd Fellows' Hall
building, Ladner, will be received
by the undersigned up to 12 o'clock
noon, on Monday, the 25th day of
January, 1904. Plans and specifications can  be seeii at the  Drug
Store, Ladner. *
The lowest or any tender will
uot necessarily be accepted.
F.  J.  i4ACl*lEN��IE,
* -Secretary.
CHURCH   NOTICE*.
ALt SAIMTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion, 1st and jr4
Sundays, at 11 a.m. Other Sundays at 8.30 a.m.
Morning prayer, .1 a.m.
Evensong, 7 p.m.
Sunday School at to a.m., Friday
evening, Litany and choir practice.
Rev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
. CATHOUC
Reverend Father Edm. Peytayin,
O.M. I. Services first and third
Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m.
METHODIST.       ,
Services next Lord's Day at 3 p. m
Class meeting, 10.30 a.m. every
Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p tn every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening at 7.30.
Rer. A. N. Miller, pastor.
ST. ANDREW'S MtESBYTMLIA-T
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. m.and 7 p.m.
Sabbath School at 2 p ta Mid*
week meeting en Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'cleck
Rev. Thos. Oswald, minister.
baptist.
Service every Lord's Day evening at 7 o'clock. To-morrow even*
ing, public worship and exposition
of Scripture, followed by an address en "The Gospel Among the
Telugus���Tiansformation.''
Bible Study, Thursday evening,
at 7:30.
Services conducted by
Rev. A. A. McLeod, pastor.
*#
Toseph Weaver has gone to West.
minster to attend the High School
A pleasant evening was spent at
Strath Tay, the home of T. Wtt-
son, this week.
y THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY JANUARY 16, 1904.
THE   DELTA  TIMES.
Published every Saturday.
Subscription, $1.00 per year.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Casual Advertisements, io cents per line Cot
the first insertion, and 5 tents per line for each
subss.-quriit iusertiou. Thc number of lines
reckoned by tbe space occupied, 12 lines to the
inch.
Rales ter Commercial Advertisements can be
had an application at this office.
Reudiug notices 10 cents per line for each in-
���trtion.
���irth and Death notices, 50c., Marriages $1.00.
Any saseciiil notice, tn..- object of which is to
jramotetln- peeuniary benefit of any individual
ar companv, to be considered au advertisement
tad charged accordingly.
All adTertiitnnents charged fer until ordered
fat and paid for.
Cwreapaudence invited on matters of public
Interest. Ctsiumunicatious to editor must be ac-
������mpauied by name of writer, not ucces.surilv
f*r publication, but as evidence of good ful-th
Correspondence must reach this office by Thursday evening.
Geo. R. Manley,
Manager.
8ATVRDAY, JANUARY   l6,   IQ04.
WHOSE FAULT?
In the wreck ofthe Clallam, considerable blame is being attached to
tie captain. Of course, blame may
be attachable to every captain of a
ship, of this description, for ever
allowing himself to be gulled into
taking such a worthless tub out of
port. 13ut why not impose itnpiis-
onment on the incapables who
draw fat salaries from the public
treasury, to protect the lives and
property of the travelling public.
This is where the blame should be
placed. Why do they uot do their
duty? Is it because, being suckers,
possessed ef nothing but political
pull, thgv know no better? Or is it
t^at th"y receive an additional salary, al th** hands of the shipowners, in consideration that they do
not look too closely into the condition oi'their rotten money makers.
We have a strong government in
B. C., now, and it will redound to
their credit if they make it a point
to have all the bottoms, plying in
B. C. waters, inspected by a trustworthy expert, not a hanger-on
with a corporation pull.
What right has a government to
permit obsolete and unseaworthy
craft, no matter to whom they belong, to ply to and from bome ports
without being in a position to tell
the public what risk they run by
V��ing them as a means of conveyance. A boat, to be fit for travel
��ti the Gulf of Georgia, should be
safe enough to go around the Horn.
I. O. O. F.
At the regular meeting, Wednesday evening, of Delta Lodge, No.
21, I. 0. O. F., D.D.G.M., W. A.
Kirkland, assisted by the following
Past Grands, acting as Grand Officers: G.M., Jas. A. Nelson;JG.8.,
Tbo=. Hume; O.M., R. May; O.
G., J. F. Stainton, installed the officers ior the current term, i.e.,
N.G., Bio. F. J. MacKenzie; V.G.,
Bro. N. A. McDiarmid; R.S., Bro.
A. 1). Oliver; F.S., Bro. W. R.
Ellis, P.G.; Treas , Bro. A. Davie,
P.G.; Con., Bro. J. F. Stainton,
P.G.; Ward., Bro. W. H. Taylor;
R.S.N.G., Bro. A. D. Paterson,
P.G.; L.S.N.G.. Bro. A. Clausen;
R.S.V.G., Bro. J. A. Nelson, P.G.;
L.S.V.G., Bro. Dr. A. A. King;
I.G., Bro. J. Ellis, P.G.; O.G.,
Bro, Chas. Arthur; R.S.S., Bro.
W. A. Kirkland, P.G.: L.S.S.,
Bro. Thos. Hume, P.G.    jj_|
The Lodge is in a] very flourishing condition, with a substantial
credit in_the Bank, and anticipate
building a hall in the near future.
Illustrations of the transforming
power of the Gospel among the
Telugus, in the Baptist Church,
Sunday evening at 7 o'clock.
Teacher to her Student���What is
an epidemic? Charlie���I don't
know. Teacher ��� Well, let nie
prompt you. Au epidemic is anything that spreads. Now tell me
what an epidemic is. Charlie���.\n
epidemic is jam.
H.N.Rich
Notary Public,
���in, Estate 8 insurance !s
Ladner, B. O.
Purchasing Azett
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
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Delta Transfer Stable
% LADNER, B. C.
t SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES
| ON SHORT NOTICE
f Team Work Done al Specially Low'Prloos.l    X
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B. C.
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* Soda Water, Ginger
.*. Ale and Summer
j. Drinks.
J Your patronage solicited
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NEW WESTMINSTER,    !
!��� Manufacturers of all kinds ol
A. 0.   U.  W.
T-JEI.TA LODGE NO. 12, meets fir, nnd
*-*. third Tuesdays in each mouth ij Wad-
dell's Hull.; T. W, KKRK, Recorder.
THOS. K. LADNttll, M. W
I. 0. F.
Court OsSEO, No. 3443, meets
in I OOF Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
each month Visiting brethren
alwavs welcome. C. R, J B.
Burr; R S,   B S   McDonald
I.O.O.F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
111. Visiting Brethreu cordially invited to attend.
Robt. Moffit, N.G.
N. A. McDiarmid,  Sec.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Electric ill Cipu Ll
(Westminster Branch)
Time Table
Cars leave Westminster lor Vancouver at 5.50
and 6.50 a.m. aiid hourly thereafter until 10 p.
in.; Saturdays and Sundays st IC p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminsters at 5.30
and 6.50 a.'in. aud hourly thereafter until 10 p.
m.; Saturdays and Sundays at 11 p.m.
FREIGHT CARS.
tTe run tirst-claas freight cars between Westminster and '. BUCdttVC* and all shipments are
handled with the wtufo-t eare and delivered ��0
consignee without dchiy- Special attention paid
to fruit shipments. Our wagons meet all boats
and trains. Vov rates, etc. apply to
D   A. S1III.F.S, F. R. OLOVKR*
Traffic Mgr. Local Mgr.
Westminster. B. C.
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
f Telephone " Ladner" No. io. T
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Practical Horseshoeing &
All Kinds of Repairing
-AT-
W. H. Taylor's.
Stokes & Cullis
Purveyors.
For PRIME BEEF, MUTTON
and PORK TRY US.
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C.
For Sale.
Dairy and Grain Farm
Of 107 Acres, advantageously situate about 3 miles southeast of Ladner, within one mile of railway siding, and of easy access to the Delta
Creamery. Good house, adequate
barn, stables and outbuildings.
For further particulars apply to
Messrs. Calland & Livingstone, Estate Agents, Vancouver, or
H. N. RICK,
Ladner, B.C.
The Royal Bank of Canada, as
will be seen by reference to their
ad. ou Fourth Page, have opened
for business in their temporary
quarters. To encourage them in
their enterprise, come iu and do
what you can.
We hope to hear Irom i!;e Council, Sson, that they have been able
to induce capital lo start up other
industries hero which will not only
help the fanner, but the bank, the
grocer, the* clothier, the dr\- goods
man, the land owner; and last, but
not least, the printer.
"S>
sSfFIS
FLEURY CUTTERS AND PULPSRS,
EASY RAPID GRINDERS,
GENERAL CARRIAGE MAKING,
ADAMS' WAGONS, ETC.
Agent for T. J. TRAPP & CO.
-DEALER   IN-
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60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
T&$Qb4&�� a%
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Gents' Clothing,
Hats & rumishings
At All Prices.
Best Line of Boots * Shoes i_i Town*
Rubbers to Suit Eyeryone.
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Prices
-AT-
lutcherson's
CAN DO BETTER
YOU __
at tbe People's Grocery
We Want your Business and it will be to Your
Interest to Give It To Us. WE WILL
TREAT YOU RIGHT, and Our Prices as
well as Quality is Guaranteed*.
TRY US*
C A. Welsh
WIRE FENCING
I have the following Stock on hand:
Trade Mark:.
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
Anyone sending a sketch and desc-'ptiiiu mny
milokly ascertain our opinion froo whether an
Intention Is probably patentable. Ciminunlcn.
I tins strictly conndontlnl. HANDBOOK on Patent,
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patenti.
Putunti taken throunh Mann & Co. receive
iproial notice, without charge, tn the
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. J.sruest circulation of any sclontlflo Journal. Terms, 13 a
rear; four months, IL Boldbyall nowsdnnlers.
WUNN&Ca.36'8'^ New York
BrMWh Office, 625 F St. WashiDKton, D. C.
Best Goods, Lowest Prices
^     Cnstom  Work a Specialty.
1 MS8*WW��m��B'5 77* mSsEB8B$&B
ROUS.
1960
1420
760
280
400
40
140
20
STAY.
12 in.
12 in.
12 in.
12 in.
12 in.
6 in.
12 in.
6 in.
BARS.
9
8
11
12
6
8
9
7
HIGH.
49
45
55
58
20
82
34
26
PKR ROD.
70c
62c
84c
92c
38c
74c
66c
62c
24 Gates, All Widths, Your Choice for $5.00.
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i THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1904.
Stock" Taking
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li�� werge of Stcck-Tming WO
imtmt�� n_t_if9 STOCk  OF DRY
FURNISHINGS,
*>-_' _S_e_r
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JIjiiI Have Cmt ��
I- $Lli$IESp
S,    by   $3,000
Prices in Half on
'mgardless of Cost*
lyere are a few Prices to Start You Chinking t
GOODS
i?UEKlSHl_MG&
Fancy Dress Tweeds, assorted   shacks, suitable   for  School
Dresses. Regular, 25c and 30c, Sale Price, 15c.
Fancy Dress Goods, assorted shades and patterns.
Regular, 35c and 40c, Sule Price,  17J_.fc.
Fancy Flannelettes, large range of patterma.
Regular,  15c and 20c, Sale Price,  ibe
About ,r,o pair Ladies' Corsets, all best makes, broken lines.
Reg'alur $1.50 and $1.75, Sale Price, 75c.
hisses FlantiKlette Night Gowns, all -sizes.
Regular, $1, Sale Price, 50c.
Large Range of English and Canadian Flannelettes at
5c., 8c. and ioc.
Cotton Diaper  Towels.    Regular, 51.50, Sale Price, $1 doz.
MEN'S SUITS���-Sftn's Assorted f Weed Suits, single ifad
double breasted coats. Regular $12, Sale Price, $6,75.
Men's Fine Tweed Suits, best linings and finish.
Regular, j)S-'_f, Sale Price, #7.50
Canadian Tweed Suits. Regular, $8, Sale Price, $4.25
50 Boys' Long Pant Suits, 32 to 34. H&lf Price,
10 Doz. Bays' Woolen Gloves and .Mittens, assorted colors,
Regular, 30c, Sale Price,  15c.
Boys' Fancy Caps. Regular, 50c, Sate Price, 25c.
Boys' Fancy Caps. Regular, 75c, Sale Price, 40c.
Job Line Men's Gingham and Galatea Shirts.
Regular, 90c., Salt Price, 50c.
Mission Flannel Underwear, Shirts only.
Regular, $2, Sale Price, $1.35
BOOTS & SHOES��� Boys' Heavy Leather Lace Boots,
sizes,  10 to 13. Regular, $1.25, Sale Price, 75c,
Youths' Heavy Lace Boots, sizes, 6 to 10.
Regular, $1, Sale Price, 50c.
1,000 Remnants���Prints, Flannelettes, Dress Goods, Cottons, .Etc., at Sale Prices.
Don't Miss This Sale.    Come Early*
THE SALE WILL CLOSE ON FEBRUARY 4
v ��� *apiBsammaB*mei
THE DELTA TIMES, SATUIU>AY, JANUARY 16,  1904,
LOCAL NEWS.
J. C. Wade, the wire man, finds
Zreat attraction up the Slough road,
nowadays.
Wm. Siddall, jr., of Crescent Island, paid a visit to some of his
friends ia. Ladner on Sunday.
Robert Smith, son oi Ralph
Smith, M.P., of Nanaimo, arrived
in town on Thursday, to take up a
position in the Bank, here.
Miss Lollie Davis, who was on
the sick list a couple of weeks ago,
is greatly improved in health,, and
We are glad to learn, she is able to
be around again.
Miss Etta Scott, of Port Guichon,
w,ho, passed the entrance last summer, is attending the Ladner public
school.. She is greatly taken up
���w-jth hex ���ewvteacher.
C. A. Crosbie, general manager
for B. C, of- the, Royal Bank of
Canada, accompanied by his wife,
arrived in town on Thursday, from
Vancouver, t*o-,in*taL;t.he- officials in
the new branch.
H.. K.. Wright, formerly account ���
a^ntin the Royal Bank of Canada,
Vancouver, arrived on Wednesday,
in safe company, and opened the
branch Bank here on Thursday.
Mr. Wright is the manager here,
and���single, actually!
Mire Lily S.ott, of Port Guichon,
took her 1 J_ months old pup, Nig,
out for exercise on Sunday. She
was delighted to see how quickly
it learned to walk. She managed
to get it to the railway bridge on
the Slough road, and packed it
hjome.
All members of t&j^Band are requested to be at practice Wednesday evening. You want to get a
move on and get a bandmaster who
eatf lick you into shape. If he
does tell you the truth don't get up
tta your ear. Do better, aad train
on orchestra.
HubbersU   Hubbers!!!
No. 1 QUALITY RUBBERS.
Regular Price, 65c.
To be sold ��t 50c. a pair
During the Next 30 days.
*&r
w. e. Sinclair, LeMiag suae store 0! "ew Westilnsier
the schopl requests that they be returned early as possible.
Robertson's Finest Chocolate
Creams, Callard & Bowser's Butter
Scotch at City Bakery.
New Figs, 2 packets for 25c at
City Bakery.
J. Suter and wife lelt on to-day's
train for Vancouver.
The triends of Miss Davis will
regret to learn that she has been
laid up during the.week.
Wm. PybtjB and John Gilchrist
paid us a visit, on Tuesday, and
took a, lesson in the Art Preservative.
W:   J... Brandrith   returned   on
Tuesday from attending the annual
meeting of the Fruit Growers' Association at Westminster.
Loya'. Legion met at the close of
school, yesterday afternoon, conducted by Mrs. J. F. Stainton. This
is a very useful order among the
children, and worthy of more interest.
For Sale*
Two hundred Sheep, 2 years old
next spring, due to lamb about. 1st
of April. These are a choipe lot of
graded ewes, and will be sold in
numbers to suit; purchasers.
For particulars apply to
GUY W. WALKER,
Ladner, B. C.
-FOR-
MERCHANDISE
You can not get better bargains than at Port Guichon*,
We keep tbe best stock of everything that is needed for the
general public.      Call or send in your order and we guaram-
tee satisfaction.
Telephone 5.
IrV    L    MnRRIHF    Oeneral Merchant,
WW a  hem MOaniUC,       Port Guichon, B.C.
McRAE & Co
!
NEW WESTTUNSTER, IJ. C.
A lull line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept iu stock.
Thos, Lewis,
PRODUCE FACTOR, ALBION WHARF,
Vancouver, B.C.
AGENT  FOR���
SS. HAMLIN & SS. SURPRISE
���SE'&ft   -    Fruit Boxes.
At a meeting of the Methodist
Sunday School, an Wednesday
evening, it was- decided to restore
and restock the library belonging
to the school), and as there are a
number of the library book? Featured around  among the  scholars,
Talk with
f. J. PI 8It,
New Westminster, B.C.
If You Want
Fire Insurance,
life Insurance,^
Accident Insurance,
Health Insurance*
A Loan,
To Buy a Farm,
To Buy a Home.,
f. j. i 11.
Notaries Public, Real Estate,   Financial  and
Insurance Agents.
New Westminster, B. 0.
MNK
OF   CANADA.
��.������ �����**�����
���s����ssss��"���*��"
Capital? $3,000,000*
eser we Fund, $3,000,000
We will land, Free of. Charge, to your nearest rirer-
landing nil purchases for cash from- its, amounting to
�� io.oa or over.
Mf*
JS9,
'mametm
We have the best general line of auy Store on *he
Mainland and Ojir; Prices.Are Lotver than the lowest
cai*li v1"'^-
C'-tne iu iuy.lt!.", na you are from the Delta and are
i&s-i'.g" to _} x. cash,it.nd see what we :an do for you.
Furniture & Carpets.
Announces  that a Branch  of  the Bank has opened in the Town of
Ladner, under the management of MR.. H., K. WRIGHT.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafovs on all parts of the world Bought and Sold.
We Invite Accounts pf Firm& and Individuals in any line of business..
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $1 and upwards receiv^ in person or by mail, and Inter-.
est Allowed at Highest Current Ratei,  Compounded Twice
Yearly* viz., June 30th and December 31st.
Every Facility Extended to Fanners, Ranchers and those engaged in
agricultural pursuits.
���Brancbes:	
^^.rmtiimiatLT****- wjuln
or* F^&fflitwr�� Emporium
New Westminster, B. C.
���el. ���?--
yi^f:^,'*********^-.'-'* ���?���
J&mpaK. .7J_a_Ei_"_?.'j-*.;:ix__. ;
In Nova, Scotia���-
Halifax, Autigonis'n*, Bridge-
water, Guysboro, Londonderry,
Louisburg, C.B.; Lunenburg, Mait-
land, Pietou, Port Hawkesbury,
Shubenacadie, Sydney, C.B.j Sydney, Victoria Road; Truro, Weymouth, Amherst.
In Ontario���
CtiisWi', Toronto,. Pembroke.
In Quebec���
Montreal, Montreal West End,
Montreal Westwount.
In Newfound-arid���
St. John's.
In New Brunswick���
St. John, Bathurst, Dalhousie,
Dorchester, Fredericton, Monctori,
Newcastle, Rexton, Suckville;
Woodstock. Edmundston.
In British Columbia���
Vancouyer, Vanceuver Bast End,,
Grand Forks, Nanaiaso, Nelson,
Rossland, Victoria, Chilliwack,,
Ladner.
In Prince Edward Island-���,
Charlottetown, Summerside.
In Cuba���
Havana, Santiago de Cuba.
In United States���
Ne.v,Yojt,k. Kfpublyj, Wash.

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