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NOV 3 _ 1904      %i \
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Vol. 2. No. 8.
LADNHR, B. C��� SATURDAY, OCTOBER
*T
lor,
O-
1904.
Or? a. &���
51.00 a year
It
aaaJ^B S3 _
Time
i PROGRESSIVE
I DELTA .FARMERS
I  ASSJJJI
sMBLE   TO   r.ISTKN
10 TALKS BY EASTERN
FARM  EXPKKT,S.
At tbe meetings of the Delta J a black sow once, and afterwards
Farmers' Institute, held on the used only on bis own kind, yet lit-
17th    and   18th    instant,   Messrs.
Your Underwear 11
These Cool Days demand considerable preparation in the
line of Suitable Underwear and we haye the
Lines You Want.
CHILDREN'S VESTS, in all sizes, from 20c. up.
RUBEN B.ANDS, &c.
LADIES' UNION VESTS, Special ab 25c.
WATSON'S   UKSHRINKABLE  VESTS ana DRAWERS, m  au
sizes.
BOYS' ELASTIC KNIT UNDEBWEAR, size 22 to 32, at 50c.
MEN'S WOOL SHIRTS and DEAWERS, from 75c. to';$3.00.
McMillan and Reed, of Ontario,
delivered the most interesting lectures heard here for some time.
Large audiences greeted them and
listened very attentively .-ind with
profit to themselves. We hope to
hear more like them. Their subjects were practically the same both
at Ladn.*- a- d East Delta.
tie patches of black or a few black
hairs were to be found on his progeny. Another mistake was in
using bulls too young; the younger
bull had neither the constitution
nor the power to transmit that the
older bull had. The bull was at
his best from eight to ten years of
age.
Another very serious mistake was
made by crossing two breeds, Ayr-
dence had, done so much for the
Delta farmer tbat"he was inclined
to ibe indolent. He said he [had
travelled in America and Europe
andhad never seen_(such*rich land
I as we had"here in tbe"Delta. He
strongly denouncedjthe 'pernicious
practicej'some of , our farmers have
ofjburning straw.
Proceeding,   he   said, [that   Mr.
The regular tall meeting of the j shires with Jerseys, or Jerseys with
Delta Farmers' Institute was held JHolsteins. It was a well estab-
inthe town hall. In the absence j lished principal in breeding that
of the president, Mr. A DeR Tay-1 SuCh crosses retrograde, except in
lor was vot'd to the chair.    About the case of crossing with the Dur
thirty of he progressive farmers of
the Delta were present to try and
increase their knowledge of farming
by listening to the wise men from
the Hast.
Mr. MsM;'!an was first introduced and commenced a very instructive address on "Breeding and
Feeding for Reef," by congratulating his hearers on the fact that
"their lines had fallen iu pleasant
places."   He had now seen most of
ham bull, which stamps their general characteristics on their progeny-
very much more so than any other
breed.
An important point not to be lost
sight of was the feeding of the animal. The calf must be kept growing , from birth to the block, and
the earlier an animal can be brought
to maturity the more profit. In
the case of  the males, they should
Also large range of MEN'S and BOYS' JERSEYS and
SWEATERS.
I be castrated before thev are a week
British Columbia, but the Delta far ^   They recove_ ^mmh n)0re
surpassed any other part of the \qvdckly t ham if left to *a later date,
province that he had visited. He U^. Wag ]]0 ^ ^ ^ best
thought one reason why so few ol \ cM wa_ gQt by _Uowi ,t tQ ^
the farmers attended these meetings^ near]y as good ^ be had by
was that they were already rich, L, ^^  an, ieedint?>   At l available.   You might follow a ays-
and did not iieed instruction u, the-first  ^  ^  rf ^  ^ wJ ^  ^.^  ^ ^
art cf farming.    He tell that it was ample fo_ the calf|    ^ couW b i ^^ .^
hl��    i nrr   If,   r-nrtsrs. ��� ^^^^, *��� '
McMillan had spoken from a practical standpoint on breeding. He
wished to speak for a few moments
from the theoretical view. A long
time ago it was written that "Like
begets like." Therefore, said he,
breed from the best. Conformation
or type are hereditary. It was now
generally believed that tuberculosis
was not hereditary, but there
was a something- which left
a predisposition to disease
which was hereditary. Longevity
was hereditary, and so was early
maturity. Habits good or bad were
also hereditary. We do not take
a collie dog to hunt ducks. We
should bear these things in mind
and always breed from the best.
Mr. McMillan was then called
upon for a few words on "Soil
Cultivation." He said that while
climate and soil conditions were
different in different sections of the
country, the underlying principles
of agriculture were the same everywhere. There were only two
sources of plant food, the earth and
the air. The soil contained all the
elements of plant food, but not always in the same proportion, and,
generally speaking, not always
available.   You might follow a sys-
presumption  on  his  \ art to come
gradually  increased to  one gallon,
west lo try to teach the farmers in, neve_ more<   Iu ^.^ he pre.
ferred oatmeal porridge with a little
Open Until $ o*Ci@ck
To*Niahta
Marshall
W. C. T. U.
On Friday evening, the 21st inst.,
Mrs. Rutherford, ot Toronto, Dominion president of the W. C. T.
IJ., gave a splendid address in the
Methodist Church, here, to a small
but appreciative audience.
Mrs. Rutherford told of the great
difficulty of getting legislation
along the line of temperance reform and urged the women of this
community to not cease their efforts,
especially in view of the coming
Dominion elections, and strongly
urged .all women to become members of the'W. C. T. U., and lend
1,
their assistance for the safeguarding of the nation and the bome.
Tbe speaker's strongest und most
earnest appeal was lor all to use
their greatest effort for the abolition
of the cigarette, which is undermining the youth of our land���both
girls and boys. The speaker told
���f the great difficulty of getting a
bill passed to tbat effect, notwithstanding the fact that a large majority of the members of parliament declared that it was a great
evil.
A meeting has been called for the
first Tuesday in November, at 2
o'clock, in the Methodist Church,
Ladner, to elect officers for tbe
local union. Let all the women of
our community rally for the defence
of home and native laud. The
conditions of membership are: To
sign the total abstinence pledge, aud
pay $1 a year membership fee.
Gentlemen may become honorary
members on the same conditions.
Electiou Day on Thursday next.
line  of business  who
successful, while others failed
f reason foi tins was that the successful man paid attention to every tie-
tail, worked energetically and with
determination to succeed.
In breeding lor beef, the first requisite was good milking cows. He
believed in the general purpose
cow. Tiis* best milking cow produced the b ���. t animal, lie then
described the points by which ..
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    .good  cow   might Le known.    'I lie
[second  requisite was 10 breed th
  - -  cow to a pure bred bull, one with u
PHOTOS���Now is the time to long line of ancestor.-,, noted 1 -,
have your photos taken at the ad- their good qualities and the powei
vertising price of Cabinets, $3 per1to transmit them lo their progeny.
climate and  other conditions were
so different  to what they   were in
his own I'rovince ol Ontario;   however, the  underlying   principles of
agriculture were the same everywhere, and  he hoped lobe able to
tell them   something, but  the  best
work was the practical work wliich
they oi<i   themselves.    He  advised
them  to  encourage local   talent at
their institute meetings and toe.*,
change   iluir  ideas and   the result      ^^__i_________________^________________i
01 their expediences.    In breeding <luil'ed {0 breed ^ood borse3 as ������d i
cattle  or horses as iu every othei   cattle-    Th"  mares  lru-sl  conform
business the successor  failure "was  t0 th<-'  >>pe, have good legs,  good
in  the   man.     We  found   mer. in j Oval-shaped  feet   of   a  good size,
every  line of business who were fairly long pastern joint, short from
'pli,..; knee to fetlock, sloping shouldeis,
broad chest, with legs set well under them, well sprung in the rib,
short back and a full, mild eye;
mare and sire should be sound in
wind and limb. One reason why
horse-raising was such a success in
the Brili-h Isles was tbat they
never used anything but the best
sire obtaina iie regardless of the
cost. Twenty pounds was no uncommon fee in Great  Britain.    He
CONTINUED  ON SECOND PAGE.
another system were followed the
soil would  be enriched.    No mat-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     ter how rich a soil may be there is
nax, clover  hay  and   roots.    The only  a smaii  percentage  of plant
call should be taught to graze the I
first year of its life, aud the best results were to be had from housing
them loose, that is, without tying.
In  reply  to a question, he said,
1,200 lbs. was a good weight for an
eighteen mouths' old animal.
He then went on to speak of
breeding. heavy horses, remarking
that the  same  conditions  were re-
A  Jolly Surprise   Party.
Last Friday evening what turned
out to be a genuine surprise party
took place at the home of Mr. Cullis. Tbe jolly crowd assembled to
j do honor to Messrs. Stokes and
Cullis, our popular butchers. Both
Lrentlen en were home at the- time
aad it was whispered by many of
those present that tbey really were
surprised, as Mr. Culfis was busy
at some carpenter work, while Mr.
Stokes was fixing up the fire and
was dressed in his butcher clothes.
The merry crowd, after congratulating the surprised gentlemen, proceeded to indulge in games, dancing
and singing. Refreshments were
served about midnight, and the
par'.y disbanded at 3:30, with the
guests singing "Auld Lang Syne."
'he occasion  will long be remets-
I ~ ��� .....     SS/SSE     kS_       SS.SSSS.0-
advised  them  to breed  only from bered by  j^^ Stokes & Cb1Hs
the   best,
ihey  requir
scrub
no  more
dozen,   regular   price,   $5.     Four
days only, Monday, Oct. 31st, last
lt paid, better to pa. four or five
I dollars  for the services of ��� such a
day.   Studio next to Robt. May's j bull as he  hau described than tu
Tinshop.      Fricke   &   Schenek��� have   the   services ot a  BCrub  for
Home Office,
Vancouver.
6.   Cordova  street,
Delta Lodge, No. 12, A.O.U.W.,
meets on Tuesday next, in Oddfellow's' Hall, at 8 p.m.
Mr. J. McCallan has returned to
Ladner  after  an enjoyable visit to
Lie *>.<:ned Ilu.11 agaii -1
animals in  the east from
oi   1 0  note,   say.,..,
pure  breed was  no Better
nothiug
buying
breeden
many fl|	
than a sc: ub
the milking qu 1 lies 0
cow,   he     Kcoit.hiendeu
the cow and  feed in ; t.
i
feed than the scrub, but they were
woi ih a ereal deal more.
. 1. Vasey asked if it was true
that Canadian horses had poor feet,
saying he had read statements to
that 1 ffecl i-i some farm papers.
and their friends.
seventy    people
There waa about
piesent,   among
Mr.   McMillan
tiiil  no
whom were the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Shirley, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Sutherby, Mrs,
H. Taylor and daughter, Mr. C.
Arthur, who rode tand.m (we were
this,  saying   that   Canadian  bre
li   1 -  S   heal a vei y   high   place   i
the i uglish market;   They alwa.
bought horses from the hilly pari
11 order to devel p ol  SootUnd, never  irom  the low
the I'eel  lands
milkm* raised
it agree to j _j__ble to learu her (?) name); Mrs,
L'oney and  Miss Johnscu, of Mud
as   they    had   found    thi
on  the hills had better lo
 ^^^^^^^^^ calf, in-
Alberta. He was much pleased j slead of allowing she cad to suck.
with the country and what he I Another mistake he warned them
saw. On his return he stooped against, was us.ng a scrub or an
over at Baufi" Hot Springs ;or a inferior animal ol any km on ac
few days. Mr. McCallan's health Cottnt of tbe fact thut the fii Icon
is much improve;!, and he w.is ception h,i an injur 1 us 1,-
around towm shaking hands with 1 the succeeding progeny. . ,1 .
his numerous friends.                      j the fa,. 0; .. Yorkshire bi u s. .-��� n
and feet. He strongly advised
them to breed lor quality.
He hanked them for their patieut
hearing, and i\s-.m.ed his scat.       jso
When the applan-'-e had subsided]Ka
the chairman called on Dr. Reeu,.i
;    l;e    ^i   the   v:;-; .-o  ' 7-,   :      ie
il Natural Ua va in Br  -. -,,."  tm*
He began by toying that Prbvi-   Mu
j Bay; __iss L. D_vis, Miss S. Duffle,
j Misses I.eoua aud Lillie Whitworth,
' .liiss B. Welch, Miss F. Fredttricks,
1 Miss A. Smith, >��iss Everson, The
i Misses Thirkle and The Misses
; McW'horter. The gentlemen were
I Messrs. Win. Holmes, E., B.,
land J. Pybus, H. Burr, 0. Byrum,
! W. Byrum, J, Wade, VLVH. Dick-
son, i-i. Guichon, Wm. Siddel, D,
Fred   Sutherby,   Mr.   Men
W'.o'-er,   L-.-siie   Kerfoot,   Geo
...   s-trtK._i.cks,  Alt C
.sir. Ki.ish.-.ry,  B.  Krtw un4
:;. Sk.u..es ��.\. Cullis,
/ THE DELTA) TIMES, SATURDAY OCTOBER -9,
1904.
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Birth aad Daati aaticei, 50c., Marriages Ji.oo.
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���remote tke pecuniary benefit of auy individual
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���ad charged accordingly.
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Correspondence invited on matters ot public
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���aapanied by name of writer, not necessarily
fcr publication, but as evidence of good faith.
Cwraanondence mast reach this office by Thursday ��s natal.
Gao. R.
Maklsy,
Manager.
SATUR��AY, OCTOBER   29, 1904.
PROGRESSIVE DELTA Fi��.
CONCLUDED.    .
food available. This was a wise
provision pi nature, for if otherwise the plant fobd would back
away and no vegetation could exist. If a soil was deficient in nitrogen it would be improved by cultivation, and also by the growth of
doveV. To get the best results
hod must be well drained. The
lieat required to evaporate the
���water should be used to warm up
the soil. Drainage was a first requisite in successful soil cultivation.
A wet soil would never produce a
good crop.
Rotation of crops was of prime
importance; first for the purpose of
destroying weeds, and second to enable the farmer to produce better
crops. Clover was the foundation
of successful agriculture. A rotation in much favor in the east was,
plow down elover in the fall, plant
with corn or roots, followed by oats
or barley, seeding with clover
���gain'.
Mr. McMillan closed.a very interesting address by advising his
bearers to grow clover.
Mr. Crandall, representing the
Fanners' Advocate, was called
upon for a few remarks. He said
he thought he knew all about farming, but when he came to British
Columbia he soon tound his mistake. Climate and other conditions
were' entirely different to what he
bad been accustomed to. He was
proud to be a farmer; there was no
nobler calling than agriculture, no
more interesting occupation than
tilling the soil. Governments were
paying more attention to that industry than to any other. He thanked
them for the opportunity to say a
few words.
On motion of W. H. Ladner, seconded by H. M. Vasey, a vote of
thanks was tendered to the speakers, the meeting being brought to a
close by an attempt to sing " Auld
Lang Syne."
iea their horses oats. Our horses
were held in high esteem in England, but the risk to be run in the
ocean voyage was a bar to very extensive shipments to that market.
With the advent of electric energy
some people thought there would
be little or no demand for horses,
but with all the increased power
the demand for horses was greater
than ever. The natural result of
this was that the man who paid
particular attention to every detail
in breeding and feeding horses,
made more money than could be
made with any other kind of live
stock. Fillies may be bred at two
years old if well grown. He preferred to wait until they were three
years old. The care of the foal began with the conception, the mare
should be treated with kindness and
fed with a suitable ration. Some
light work was better than running
idle, but heavy loads and jerking
should be avoided. It was best to
have foal come in the spring, although good foals may be had in
the fall. After foaling, the mare
should not work much while suckling the foal; and great care must
be exercised not to allow foal to
suck if mare has been heated and
a part of the milk has been withdrawn, otherwise the foal is much
better kept in the stable than allowed to run with the dam. The
foal should be allowed to suck for
four months and should have
plenty of exercise. The foal should
early be taught that the stockman
is its best friend, and should be
halter broken before it is a month
old.
Mr. McMillan closed a most excellent address by urging his hearers to use only the best sires
obtainable, if they wished profitable results.
A. u.   u.
vv.
DELTA   LODGE   NO.
third   Tuesdays   in
deU's Hall.
12,   meets   firit   and
each month ia Wad-
T. W. KERR, Recorder.
I. OILCHRIST, M. W
I. O. F.
Court Osseo, No. 3443, meets
in I 0 O F Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
each month Visiting brethren
always welcome. C. R, J B.
Burr; RjjS,  B S McDonald I
KIM1 MtfJ KM Ul.
Time Table,
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.
Our Heave Remedy cannot be
improved on.   Try it.
Kenzie.
F. J. Mac-
Conservative
Committee
Room now open in the Delta
Times block. Drop in and read
the Daily Papers and be convinced.
W. N. Draper,
provincial land surveyor
Room 2. EUard Block, New Westminster.
Fashion Stables-
Trucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
Wm* Alexander
Ladner. B. C
IN EFFECT MAY 1. 1904.
No.. 1���Leaves Victoria at 7 a.m���
arrives at Guichon 11:30 and at New
Westminster, x 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
NEW WESTrilNSTER, It.   .
A full line of English and Irish,
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings al
ways kept in stock.
I MINERIl IND SODI WATERS
P
EARS for
reserving,
ickling
Or Eating.
Place Your Orders Early and Get
the Best.
$1 Per Boxa
W. A. Kirkland.
.J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMIN3T��R,    '.-'. *. C.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Soda Water, Ginger
Ale and Slimmer
Drink*.
Your patronage solicited
(������iv-Hc*- r*r t +*+ ���+****l-f+*��-*i-f'*i**v**v*f/-i-t
Delta Transfer Stable 1
LADNER, B. C,
SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS ANDTSADDLE^flRSES_J
���"**a*':'tr___��r-T - ---: *~*
ON SHORT NOTICE �� ** **-^l'��S
Team Work Done at Specially Low Prices.
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
��� Telephone " Ladner" No. io.
4'*i^-l-T^v^ri-Ta-��i4'I-T-I-T����-I-��'l'v-l-��-i-����M-M-H-v-l- ������!���������H +
HELTA TINSMITH gHOP    |
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs, Stove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and Every,
thing Else in Thia Line.
Agont for*
Grurney Foundry Co.'s Stoves.
P. D. Dod'e Mixed Paints,
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water hot for washing dairy
���uteasils, scalding hogs, er for wash day. Every
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
ROBT. MAY,
Hs No Rich
Notary Public,
Eat. msi
Ladner, B.
Purchaslnn Agent
Brackn.an-.<_er Milling Co
Limited.
AUCTION SALE!
a   EAST DELTA.
Mr.   McMillan   was   the  first-
speaker, his subject being "Breeding Draft Horses."    He began by
expressing the pleasure he felt at
meeting so many farmers and congratulated them on the fertility of
their soil and the congenial climate
which they enjoyed, contrasting the
difference between our winters and
those ih the  Province oi Ontario,
where stock has to be housed and
led for six months in the year.   He
thought farmers, should get together oftener than twice tot the interchange ot ideas and the result of
their experiences in their profession.
He   said   Canadian   horses   were
thought very highly of in the cities
in   the - Eastern   states,  and that
previous to the imposition of the
high protective tariff impc-ied by
the United States, a profitable business was carried on in breeding and
wiling  horses  *to  our   American
cousins. One of the reasons for our
success in this line was to be attrib-
cd to onr method of feeding. It was a
well established' fact tbat oats were
better suited for the making of muscle than coin and Ontario farmers'
CRESCENT ISLAND.
Six Dairy Cows, in Calf; 2 two-
year-old Heifers, in Calf; 2 yearling Heifers; 4 Calves, 1 three-
year-old Bull; 3 Colts; Saddle
Mare; 5 dozen chickens; har-
ows; wagon, sets of harness,
mower, horse rake, Melotte Separator, dairy utrnsils, forks,
spades and tools, TOP BUGGY,
and the very Useful Assortment'
of Furniture contained in the
Residence, together with a Quantity of Firewood, which
]\f R. H. N. RICH has received
instructions from Mr. C.
Morrow (who has disposed of his
Farm) to SELL BY AUCTION,
on the premises, as above, on Wednesday, November 2nd, at 2
o'Clock sharp.
Terms: Under $25, cash; over
that amount, approved notes at 6
months, with Bank Interest, or
cash.
TEAM OF  BROOD   MARES,   ;
two-year-old DRIVING COLT
SUCKING    COLT,    SADDLE
HORSE, WAGON   and   Set of
HARNESS, which
\fR. H. N. RICH has  received
��� *   instructions   to   SELL   BY
AUCTION ou Wednesday, November   2nd,    immediately   after   Mr.
Morrow's  effects   have   been   disposed of.
J. Reagh
-DEALER   IN-
Fine Boots,
Shoes&
Rubbers
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C.
___g
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.
Best Goods, Lowest Prices
1
Custom  Work a Specialty.
We can deliver to
road in Delta*
any point on the _Rail-
Our Price Is Night. Wn Can Save You Money.
Drop Gs n Linn, Our Agent WIN GaN on You.
GEO a M* THRIFT* Manager*
WANTED to trade a Singer
Sewing Machine for Hay or Oats���
J. H. Todd, Agent, New Westminster, B.C.
I Horse Goods! I
lacorporated 18*9.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL,
CAPITAL, PAID UP
RESERVE FUNDS,
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$3,192,705
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Gents' Clothing,
.Hats& Furnishings
At AN
Savings Department.
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 50 BRANCHES.������
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancouver, Vancouver
East End. Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Victoria, Chilliwack, Ladner, Cumberland.
Oar  HanieHB and   Uorse Furnishings
have long proved reliable, and they are :
i built not only for atyle but wear.
i RbPAIRINd A SPECIALTY.
| Hugh Mcdowell,
���t LADNER, B. C
fc��-M*��*^^ K, WRIGHT, Manager,
LADNER, B.C.!
Best Line of Boots * Shoes in Town.
Rubbers to Suit Everyone.
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Prices
-AT-
H,J.Hutcherson's THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29. 190*4.
Delta DyKc & Drainage Scheme,
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Nominal Owner of .Property.
A by-lajr,to provide for preaerTiae-, ,.��i��uitaioirig, repairing and. keeping- in repair certain Dyking and
"Drainage wor_s constructed under and by virtue of the provisions of the Delta Dyke and Drain xiy-law, 1895,
,ot* the Municipality of Delta.
Provisionally adopted on the .l*tli day. of October, A. D. ia04. \-'^^iiiy--���/��������� n^r "'i^ ... \
Whereas under the said "Delta Dyke And .Drain By-law, 1895," certain drainage and dyking works
.���therein mentioned were.and are iujly made .and completed and are now being operated in the said Municipality; i ,
And .whereaa, under iand by virtue of Section 261 of the "Municipal Act, 1897," it is provided that after
such works Are fuljy made, and aompleted 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, and
.roads, as .the..case may be .as agreed upon and shown in the by-law when finally passed;
And .wuereas, under and by virtue of Section 203 of the Municipal Act, 1897,". the council may pass a
. by-law to borrow upon debentures of the said Municipality, the .funds necessary for , the repairs and works
���required by said Section ���261,lland shall assess and levy upon the property benefited, a special rate sufficient
i'or 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 said
-works at the expense of .the lots ai.4.parts of; lots benefited .thereby, .and the sum of. four thousand ($4000.00)
���dollars is -necessary and is,-require tnerefor: '
lie it therefore enacted by the said Municipal Council of the Distridt Municipality of the Corporation
of Delta, pursuant to,"the.provisions of the "Municipal 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 issue
debentures qf the* said Corporation to that amount in sums of not less than JilOu.OO each, and payable within 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 bo payable at the Boyal Bank of Canada, Ladner, Province of British Columbia,
���and to haveattached*to:them coupons Ior tn�� paym^o.of.interest.
2. Por the purpose of paying the sum o. $4000.00 being the amount to be charged against the said lands
benefited, and which,said lands are numbered.in schedule "A" of this By-law, and which are the lands nuni-
-bered and described in the By-law'kpown and described as "Delta Dyke and Drain By-law, 189.5, of the Municipality of Delta," and to cover interests tkertson ,for eleven years at theirate of five per centum per annum,
and the following special rates, over and above all other.rates, shall be .assessed a��d levied in the same manner an,d at the same .time as .taxes are levied .upon the undermentioned lots an dpurts of lots, and wliich are
the lands mentioned and described in the schedule of assessment in the said "Delta Dyke and Drain By-law,
1895, of the Municipality of Delta," and the amount of said special rates and interest assessed against each
-lot or part of lot, respectively, shall'be divided 'into eleven equal parts, and one such part shall be assessed
and levied as aforessaid in each year for eleven .years after tne final passing of this By-law, during which the
���said debentures have to run.
SCHEDULE "A."
Schedule of assessment on sextain lands in Townships 8, 4, 5 and 6' for    preserving,    maintaining,    and
'keeping in repair land reclamation, and drainage works for .benefits .to said Townships.
Desetip-ion of Progerty.
*rToro'inell (Owner, df .Property.
(Description iOf Property.
Anderson, K... ..,...
Allison, M. and J ...
Anderson, (Jus
Anderson, Gus	
, .Anderson, .Gus	
Axelson, Adam	
A. -B. C. Packing Co.
Alexander, Wlm.- ...
Arthur, Mrs. W.. ..
Anthur, Mrs. W	
Arthur, C. H	
Arthur, H. J.	
_\rtJ|Hir, P. It.	
"Bath, John	
Baiji, N. H./.s 	
Bath, Jos....	
Benson, H. D ,
Benson, H. D......... ,
"Booth, sins....	
Brodie, Eldan 	
Bone, Jas...    ...
Browne, E. S.... .... :.
Browne, E. JB  ..
Burr, J. B  ....
Burr, J. B	
Burr, J. .J.	
Burr, E. B	
Burr, E. B _	
Burr, E. B...
Gr. 2, pt lot 59	
Gr. 2, pt lot 139 ...... ....
Gr. 2, pt.lot 1U2 	
Ladner, lots 8, 4 and 5 ...
Guichon, lots ti and 11	
Ladner, lot 24 ..  ..  ..  ..
Ur..2, pt lot 100 .���  ....  .
Ladner, lot.,35	
Gr. 2, lot Ml .. .5	
Gr. 2,'pt Mt 172	
Gr. 2,'pt lot 172	
Gr. 2, pt lot 112	
Gr. 2,'pt lot 112	
Tp..5,jpt..NE Vi Sec. J5 ...
i^adner, lot 115	
Ladiier, pt lot M.. ...... ...
Tp. 5, .\E Vi Sec. 25 ....
Tp. 8, _*,' % Sec. 30	
Ladner, lot.-t 45 and 40 ...
Gr. 2, pt slot 188	
Ladner, lots 101 and 103 ..
Gr. 2, lQt.110 . .',���	
Gr. 2, pt lot 188 ..  ....  .
(ir. 2, lot 140	
Gr. 2, pt lot 142	
Gr. 2, lot 144	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 90	
Gr. 2, pt lot 147	
Gr. 2, lot 148	
Byrom, Geo Gr. 2, ;pt. lot 180
Byrom, Mrs. Geo..
Bown, E. ��.���..'*... 	
Brown, A.  ���.._ ..
iButtertield, J. T..  	
Berney, Jaa... ...���  ....
Black, David ....
Brodie, Sidney  ...
Beadlestsfln, C.... .....
Baptist Church ....  ....
Calhoun, E.*W...  ..'���'....
Carty, John  ....   	
���Chidell, E... ...	
���Cresswell, H. J	
L'osuhch, A.	
Campbell, J. A  ..
Collinson, J. M... ....
Dane, *)_  __��� .... .....
-Carter, li,.,.  ... _	
Cullis, P	
Davie,  Alex	
Davie, Alex   ���..
Deveraux, Khoda ...... ..
Dove, Douglas ....   .....
Dunsdele, T. J .	
Elliot,  J. B...	
.Elliot,  J. B	
Ellis, W. R.V. .......  ...
Ellis, John ...  ...
Efe-ton, B..: .,  ..
Palk, A. A	
Pal
Ladiier, lot 130	
Ladner, lot 131 and il32 ..
Tp. 4, pt Sec. 20	
Gr. 2, pt. let 132	
Gr. 2,.pt. lot 59	
Gr. 2, pt. lots 183 and 184 ..
Or. 2,'pt. lot .88	
Gi*. 2, pt. lot 115..-. ... .. ..
Ladner, lot 141	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 188 ���	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 182	
Gr. 2. lot 105 .. ._ .. ... ..
Ladner. lot 130	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 59 .. _	
G.-.-2*.pt. lot 59 .. .,	
Ladner, lots 158 to 101 ..
Gr.2, pt. lot 131 	
Gr. 2,  pt.  lo* 59  	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 137	
W. 5, s.w. Vi ��ec 23  ..
Gr. 2, lot 1,70	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 115	
'Gr. 2, pt, lot 130	
Isnrfoier, lots 142 and 143 ..
11/i.dner, lots 14 to 18	
| Lndner, lot 72	
'dr. 2, pt. lot 18.8 ..	
(ir. 2, pt. lot 188 .. ..   ..
Ladner, ]of822 ..  ._	
Or. 2, pt. lot 183	
A. A.   ...   dr. 2, pt. lot 119
Falk. A. A
JfaTk, AndTew ....
Pnrrell, Richard
Fenton. Alex	
Follis. .las	
Frederick, J....
Follis, John ...
-Gibbie, P. T. ..
Gilchrist, J	
Gilchrist,   A.   ...
Gilchrist,   A.   .-.
Gilrhvist,   A.   ..
-Grant, .Tas	
Grant. D. ft.
''irgreen, P. P. ......
7 'po'idy, W	
''  ITiiiehnu, Est. L,
Gi% 2, pt. lot 59
Or. 2, pt. Hot 119	
Gr. 2, lot 113	
Winer, Jo<t 110	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 115  ....
T. "5, s.e. Vi nee 85.. ,'..
Gr. 2, pt.'lot 132  ..
Gr. 2, lot 183	
T. ti, s. Mt s.w. Vi sec 12
T. 6, pt, n.w. Vi sec 12
Gr. 2, pt, lot 90a ....
Or. 2. pt. lot 147.'.. ���... -���.
Gr. 2, pt. lot 115 ...
Lndner, lot 100	
Gr.2, lot 141	
T. 5, ��. pt. sec 25	
...Gr. B, lot 1127  .
Guichon, Ert. L Or. 2, lot 117
Guichon, Put. L	
Oniclinn, Est. L.   ...  .
Guichon, Est: L	
GniehMi, ftet, L ,,  .. .
Guichon, Est. _.. .. _  .... .
Guichon. Est, L. ...���..,. ,
Grant ��t*. Kerr .. ..  .. ,���  ..   .
Ooi-dnnich, ,T  ������   ....
*Grnner. J ,..   .���	
Green. EliwibetJi     ..  ..
IT"-'veil   fr	
Hnrt*vll, T. .. ... ...  ,��� .'..' ;.-, .,.
Helnr-in^, K. ..	
Hiu*rip.   T).   ...   ... .....   .."*.'
lTnl*TT_>��f. ,T. R. ., V. .. ifi .. .'..
Tifn'r^t,* VT��u, ��� . , .. ,'i .. ,, ...
TTnts-....    \V*.,,'.   ..   .���,    '.']��� ..'.'.   ".'[
IT"i,!.-   T��ins�� ,.','
Hsotsp,Ttma....... .., .. .., .... ���,
Or. 2, lot 108	
Or. 2, lot 109	
Gr. 2, lot t��8 ..  ..  ...  ..
Gr. 2, lot 97	
Gr. 2, lot 90	
Guiohon, 2 lots	
G-.li_.hon, "3�� lots   	
Guichon, 1 lot	
T. 5. pt. n. e. H sec 14
Ladner, lot 54	
L-flner, lots 78 m*,!l  79
Gr. 2, pt. lot 188  ..   . .
Or. -2, pt, lot 132 ..
T. ��, pt, n.w. H sk* 12
Gr. 2. lot 103	
T. 1. s.e, Vi sec .2 ....
'I', fl. pt, s.w. Vi  sec 12 . .
0"  -.. lot H��	
<5.r.. 2, Jot 150 .... .... ., ,..
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Hutcherson, li. J. .
Uansen, L. .......
Hansen, C. ........
llag-gman, J	
Haggman, J	
Hollingshead, J. W.
Hanford, P	
Houle, O	
Jackson, K. 8. .. ..
Jordan, Jos. .....
Jordan, Jos. .,.��.,
Jordan, Jos	
Juriet, D. .. ........
Juriet, D	
Juriet, D	
Jensen, Alt..	
King, A. A	
Kirkland, Est. J. ..
Kirkland, Est. J. ..
Kirkland, P.  ..
Kirkland, H. J. ..  .
Kirkland, Mrs. J. ..
Kettles, Chas	
Kerr,   T.  W.   ..   ..
Logan, J. A	
Lavery, E '
Ladner, Thos. E. ..
Ladner, Thos. E	
Ladner, Thos. E. ..
Ladner, E. B	
Ladner. Ellis ....
Ladner, AV. H. ... ..
Ladner, W. H	
Leary, Wm	
Leary, W. J.  ....
Lord, Est. F	
lord, Est. F	
Lord, Chas.	
Lord, Chas	
Lome, Estate .....
Lome, Estate .....
Lome, Estate
Lome, E'State ....
Lome, Esrtate.... .*'.
Lome, Esrtate.... ....
1 Lome, Estate ....
Lome, Estate,.. ...
Lome, Estate ....
Lome, Estate .....
Leny & Lersen ....
Lanning, W. J	
Larnd, Fred	
Lewis, Hartford
Lasseter, Geo	
Leary, A. B	
Livingstone, W.  ..
Ladner, 0., Building
Mason, Ann H. .. ...
Martinslich, Y	
Matheson, Mrs. P...
MeHride, W. L. .. -,.
McCullough, P	
McCloskv, Geo. ....
McOonaid, J. M.
McKee, Est. J	
McKee Bros.   .
McKee, D. A
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Monkman, Lwiis ..
McDiarmid, M. A. . .
McKenzie,  P. J.  .���
McNeelv, Mrs. A. ..
McNsselv, Mrs. A. ..
McNeely, Mrs. A. -.
McNeelv,  Mrs. A....
.McNeely.  Mrs. A....
McNeelv, Mrs. A....
McNeelv. Est. Thos
Mitchell, *N	
I  Mit-ehell. X...  ...  .
I  "Moffet,  Kobt	
j  Moffet.  Kobt	
; Moffet, Kobt	
Monkman, J. .T	
Monkman, J. J	
Monkman, L. 'J	
I Morley, Samuel ... .
1 Morrow, C. 11, ..
i Morrow, C. IS	
[Macklin, II...	
j  Macklin, IT	
j  Macklin, H.	
j  Moore, J. A	
: Moore. J. A	
;   McKenzie. J	
j -McCormick. 11	
'  McKenzie.  P	
:  Xisbet. MaroeHa ...
:   Xelson. .las. ......   .
i Mcolich, Gasper . ..
I X. C. Invt, Trnst ..
I  Mchorson, H	
O'llrie-n Hros	
J  Oliver. Warren	
Oliver, Warren ��� .
'"Oliver.'Warren....  ���
Oliver,'Warren   .
Olson. V\...	
Tiiterson. II. S	
Piiternon, .1. A	
i'.-iten-nil. .1. A	
laterson, J. A	
T'Mrm.tes Hros	
IVmberton, F. 1". ..
IVmliei-tnn. F. B,..,.
Peterson, O.'('	
Pet-erson, 0.3C	
Pybus, Ww	
Pybus, Wm	
Pvbus, Win	
Trice, 'Pnvid	
Paddon,  Geo	
Patterson, T.'R	
!l\ln����l!Tllll, li.'H...   .
Kainage, S	
Bead,  Adam	
Head. Adam	
Reagh, J	
Rich, 11. X	
Rich. H. N. ..
Richiirdsow, C.
R(i"hson,  Gen	
Reid, M. X	
Rawlins. M	
RnOT>.l)ori>iigh. M.' E
Hufligerson, 3	
Stnintnii, ,T. V.....  .
Stftii'trsn.   **!	
SwtinsoTi. L	
Hhivley. V...   ...   ���
Simiison. .T....   ...
r-i'iM*son. J.	
Rlmpson, .1	
*-p:i(0.T. M	
��.',Mir'-. SI	
r't'iv>iv. Richmond .
^t.'ss-^s-. Richmond .
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Ladner, lots 76 and 71 ���_, _�� ���
Gr. 2, pt. lot 132 .�����*.. ,
Gr. 2, pt. lot 132 .. .-, ., .. ,
Gr. 2, pt. lot 132	
., ....   Gr. 2, pt. lot 133... .. .. ,. .
Ladiier, pt. lot L .. ,'i	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 139 ... ...... .. .
Guichon, 2 lots  ._ .
Ladner, lot 104   .. .
Ladner, lots 97 to 99 .. .. .
T. 5, pt. s.e. % sec 22	
Guichon, 2 lots ..  ,	
T. 6, pt. s.w. % sec 12 ..  .
Gr. 2, lot 143	
Gr. 2, lot 145	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 59 ,
Ladner, lots 83 and 84 . . .. .
Gr.2, pt.lot 177 ..	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 178	
Gr. 2, pt lot 177 ..	
Gr.. 2, pt. lot 177	
Gr.2, pt.lot 115	
Gr. 2, pt. lots 58 and 59 ..  .
Guichon, 4 lots ..	
Ladner, lot 93 .. .. .. .. .. .
Gr 2, pt, lot 133	
Gr.2, pt. lot 116  .,'..
T. 5, n.w. Vi sec 25	
T. 5, n.e. Vi sec. 26	
Gr.2, pt.lot 182 ..   ... .
T. 5, n.e. % sec. 35	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 106 ..   ... .
Gr.2, pt. lot 115 ..	
Ladner, lots 19 and 20	
Gr. 2, pt. lots.183 and 184.. .
Ltdner, lots 22 and 23	
Ladner, lots F and 117 ..  .
Gr. 2, pt. lot 100	
Ladner, lot 118 ,
T. 4, NW % Sec. 7 .. .. ... ..
T.4,SW%8ec..7-.. .........
T. 4, SW % seo 18	
T. 4, SE % Sec. 18	
T. 4, pt NE J4'Sec. IS	
T. 4, pt SE Vi Sec. 19	
T. 4, pt NW % Sec. 20	
T. 4, pt NE Vi Sec. 20  ...
T. 4, S % Sec. 20..    ...
T. 4,N % Sec.21	
Ladner, lot D  .��� ...
Ladner, lot 85 to 87	
T. 6, pt SW Ai Sec. 12	
Gr. 2, blk 3 of 138	
Guichon, 1 lot	
Gr. 2, bit 2 of 13S .-.
Ladner, lot 137	
Ladner, lot. 50	
Gr. 2, lot 185	
Guichon, 1 lot	
(ir. 2, pt lot 107	
Gnichon, 1 lot	
].adi.er, lot 105   ..
T. 0,.N_* Vi Sec. 12	
T. 0, SI_A4 Sec. 13  .. ..
Gr. 2, pt lot 100...   ..
Gr. 2, pt lot 138	
(ir. 2, pt lot.115 ..  ...,  ...
Gr. 2, pt lot 115	
Ladiier, lot 73 .. .... ....
Ladiier, lots 134. and 135...  . .
J_*dner. lot.56	
Gr. 2, pt lotl77 ..	
T. 5, pt Sec. 15 ���-.'_.
Ladner, lots 47 and 08	
Ladner, lots 09 and TO.........,,
Gr. 2, pt lot 100	
L��dner, lots.25 to27	
Ladner, lots 10 to 13	
Gr. 2, lot 151	
Gr.  2, lot  152	
I adner, lots 0 and 7	
Ladner, lots 8iand 9  ..
I iiaducr, lot T	
Gr. 2. pt lot 115	
Gr. .2. pt.lot 188   	
(ir. 2. pt lot 115 i
t. 5. pt, NW Vi Sec. 22	
(ir.,2, pt lot. 142    ..   ._
T, 0, pr SW Vi Spc. 12	
(ir. .2. pt lot 5!)	
Uiiiclion, 2 lots	
Giiiciion, l! lofg    ..
(Jr. 2. pt lot'100 .-...   ..
Udncr, lots. 1)1 and !)2	
l/ridnei*, lot 48  	
Cadner, lot 49	
Lndner.'lot 119 and 120... 	
Gr. 2. pt lot 59	
(ir. 2, pt. lot 188      .,
Uuichou, 2 lots ,.	
Gr. 2, pt lot 133 ..  ., .,  .. ...
(ir. 2. |)t lot 115	
Gr..2. pi.lot 182	
I.:'.dner,,]i>ts 80 and 81	
Uidner,,Ioi I!	
Ladn��T, pt lot 0 ..	
Ladivvr.lots 8S and 89	
Gr. 2. irt'lot 59	
T. 3, pt Seo. 31	
iGr..2. lot 179     .  ..  ..
'Gr. 2. ptilot.189	
(ir.J2, pi lot 180	
Gr. 2. lot 175	
(ir. 2. lots 00 and 01	
(Jr..2, pt:lots 58 and .59	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 131	
fcir. 2, ptHot 119	
T.6.NW.H Sec. 1 J.
Gr. 2, pt lot 174 ,
Gr.2, hit. 173	
(Jr. 2. lot 140	
(ir. 2. pt lot  188.	
Ladiier, lots 124 and 125 :
Gr. 2, pi lot 131   . .
(ir. 2. pt lot ISO	
Gr. 2. pt lot 107	
(ii*. 2. pt lots 183 nnd 184	
Ladner.'lot WO .. ..	
:.ndner, lot I. and 110	
(lr.'.2, pt:lot'174  _.'
Gr.'2, pilot 131  ���	
'Jr. 2, pt lot 132	
(ir. 2, pt lot 115	
I". 5. NW 14 Sec. 15	
lir. 2. pt'lot 188	
'ir. 2. blk 1 of 188	
!.ndner,io1 ".8 ,.
Uidner. lot 1.H3. . .	
th: 2.pt lot 59	
Ladiier, lot 82 ,. ..
1/idiier, lot 74 and '75 ....
Ladner. lot 1117	
Gr. 2. pt lot 115 .	
GuichoTi. 1 lot . . ���.... i .,.���.
Gr.2. pt lot 59	
T. 4, XW Vi See. 0 ... ... .'.  .
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���'���   UK DAY.
1904.
fjz..
MAkRJE:
ciEliCH-CO'kBh'i r ��� At Port 1
Guichbn, aad aboard the s.s. Vic-
torian*. there,.on the evening ot j
Thursday, 27th inst., by Rev. |
Thos. Oswald, Walter Hamilton 1
Creech of Victoria, to Mabel j
BellaCorbett of Surrey, B.C.
i      I
LOCAL MEWS.
Miss Alice Eadner returned home,
Thursday,.on the Transfer.
D.  A.. McKee  was   among the
Transfer's passengers last evening.
Dr. Wilson and wife returned, on
Thursday irom a visit to Vancou*
���wr.
H. D. Benson paid a short visit
to New Westu.iiister,.on VY,-dm..s-
day.
Mrs. J. Gilchrist, of Crescent Island,', paid a visit to Vancouver ou
Wednesday.
Mrs..Robt.. May returned home
last evening after spending the day
in Westminster on business.
Capt. C H��� DeBeck,. of the
dredge, King Edward, paid a short
visit to Westminster, on Wednesday.
Remember the last night of the
month, and keep y��ur eyes'on mis-
ohievous youngsters; yes, and old
ones, too.
Mi. J. R. Wray..representing Uie
Fit Reform Tailoring Ce., oi Vancouver, iras doing business in town
Thursday.
Capt. Street,, of the Transfer, accompanied by his wife, are spending
ft. couple of weeks' recreation at
D. Woodward's.
MiS9' Richardson, of Mayne Island, returned home yesterday, after speading a few weeks visiting at
Mrs. J.-McCallan's.
Thanksgiving Day is set for the
27th November, aad the King's
Birthday, which is the 9th of November, is to be celebrated on the
34th of May, 1905.
W. J. Frederick returned home
Thursday,, after a- few weeks' visit
With his parents at  Cherry Creek,
and with his daaghter,   Mrs-. J. S.
H. Darroch, of Kamloops.
Mrs. Harrington left, Thursday,
for her home in: Guelph, Ont., after spending the summer with Mrs.
John Kirkland. She will be missed in churoh and musical circles
very much.
J. Ta��boline and Jn��. Fraser, of
Westham Island, have beea making real estate purchases at Kensington Prairie,, and Mr. Fraser expects to move about the end of the
present yeac.
Jctf>. Fraser and D. McGregor
returned home this week after
spending a couple of weeks up the
Howe Sound, hunting. Mesdames
McGregor and Fraser accompanied
them part way.
Nominal Owner of Property.
aagifs. ����"*m-ir-������rzt'-
Description  of Property.
tn
i.  m +*
w
0)
u
Value of
provement
over Inter
r 11 Year
5 Per Cen
8|
#_j
Si
-6
a
&��
o
S a *v��
3, tr. ?H
���  ���is
03 O
<        *���
Smith, A..!., 	
Smith, Mrs. A	
Sliutliolt,- Mrs. T	
Smith, RoUt.*.'. *	
Spinning," Cs".'	
Swan, Geo. ... .	
Shirley, It...   .'.' ���������
Taylor, A. DeR	
Taylor; H. 0...'	
Taylor, M. G	
Taylor, Fred...   	
Ti.irkle, Thos	
Thirkle, Thos	
Thirkle, Thos	
Ti ild, Thos	
Trim, i_d	
Taylori W. II...	
Vasey, II. M	
Vasey, Mrs. 11	
Yi.-evich, Thos..'. '	
Vi Imi-h, A. ..  .7	
Victoria Terintriil"By. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
���,'ictoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
', ictoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and perry Co,.
Victoria Terminal Rv. and Ferry Co..
Waddell, J. L	
Waddell, .T. L ,.   ...
w'addell, si. L	
Waddell, J. L	
Waddell, J. L	
V.'addell, J. L	
Waddell, S. L	
Wellington Farm	
Welling-ton Farm	
Wellington Farm	
Wellington Farm	
Whitesides; W. S...	
'��� v'hitworth, I	
Wilson, J.  Kerr	
Wilson, J.
Wilson, E.
Wright, S.
' '���) id ward
Woodward, Esther
\\ "ods,  Ag-nes J..
Wolston, Geo. . .   .
Woolery, Thos...
Gr. 2, blk 0 of. 138	
Gr. 2, blk 1 of 138	
Ladner, lots' 122 and 123
T.-5, S V. NE 74 Sec. 15
Ladner, pt lot L	
Gr. 2; pt lot ISO	
Gr.'2, pt lot 115	
(ir. 2; pt. lot 115	
Gr. 2, pt lot 107 ... .. ...
T,
Q
pt. :i W yt Sec 22
Kerr  ..
E M...
and W..
Ksther
pt lot 113
Ladner, lots 0 and P. ." ���
Ladner, pt lot M	
Gr. 2, pt lot 113	
Ladner, lots 120 and 127 .. ...
Gr. 2, pt lot 59	
Ladner, lot '.15	
Gr. 2, pt lot 28	
Gr. 2, pt lot 20	
Gr. 2, pt lot 59	
Guichon, 1 lot	
Gr. 2, pt lot 98 ..	
Gr. 2, pt lot 115 .. ..	
Ur. 2, pt lot 177'	
Gr. 2,pt lot 178	
T. 5. pt NE V, See. 35	
Gr. 2, pt lots 9 and 10 of 152 ..
T. 5, pt. RE M Sec 35	
sir. 2, pt lot ISO	
T. 3, pt Sec. 31	
Ladner, lot SH , ... ,, .
Lndner,  lot 57	
Gr. 2, lot 12 of 181	
Gr. 2, lot 8 to 11 of 181 .... ...
Gr. 2, lot 5 and pt 7 of 181 ..
Gr. 2, pt lot 181	
Gr. 2. pt lot 182 i	
Gr. 2, lot 5-t	
Gr.2, lot 55  .
(Jr. 2, lot 50	
(ir. 2, lot 57	
Gr. 2,-pt lot 130	
Gr. 2, pt lot 115	
Gr. 2, lot 120	
Gr. 2. lot 128	
Gr. 2, lot 120	
T. 5. pt E Vi See. 22	
Ladner, lot E and pt C	
Lndner,  lot 55 -.
Gr. 2, pt lot 133	
Ladner, lots 109 and 112- ..
Ladner, lot 71	
7 1/4
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4.86
75
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22 1/2
28
17
17
117
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150
150
80
11 1/2
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210
160
114
1 7/20
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1.97J
1.93
7.45
1.12
13.00
2.75
10
5.70
4.45
3.00
1.93
1.21
18.10
1.93
4.80
90
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10.05
85
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1.75
1.40
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73
60
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70
97
90
1.54
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3.93
2.39
2.39
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$4000.001 $1578.43 $5378.43]  $507.02
3. Tlint this By-law shall bo published in the British Columbia Gazette, and the Ppltn tWp�� npw��r>--npr.i
rrice in every week for four consecutive weeks before the final passing thereof, nnd shall come into operation and take effect seven days from the date of ifs final adoption by the Council.
4. This By-law may he cited for all purposes as the Delta Dyke and Drainage Scheme, 1895. By law No. 5.
Provisionally adopted by the Council on the 13th day of October, A. D. 1904.
Reconsidered, adopted and the seal of the Corporation attached this day of ,A. D.
1904.
N. A. McDTARMlI), C.M.C. ROBT.  E.   RITTSON.  Reeve,
The above is a true copy of a by-law passed by the Municipal Council of the Corporation of Delta on
the 13th day of October, A. D. 1904, aud nil persons are hereby required to tnke notice that anyone desirous of
applying to have such by-law quashed must make application for that purpose to the Supreme Court within one
month next nfter the. publication of this by-law in the Rritish Columbia Gazette, or he will be too late to
be heard in that behalf.
N. A. KcDIARMID, C.M.C.
Lndner, October 15th, 1904.
Methodist Church on the 16th inst,
for which we offer an apology.
JT.OW EGGS are raluable do not
fail to protect your hens from lice
with our "LICE KILLER," and
keep them in good condition with
a package of POULTRY POWDER��� F* J* MacKenzie.
Alex. Davie and E. A. Bown
were among those called for the
Grand Jury, and F. Sutherby was
on the list of Petit Jurors at the Westminster assizes this week. The
docket being light the jurors were
dismissed yesterday.
Mr. Tom Ladner paid this office
a substantial yisit Wednesday afternoon, having subscribed, and paid
for a year's subscription to the Delta
Times. Mr. Ladner sends the
paper to his son, who is attending
McGill College in Toronto.
A Grand Masquerade Ball wil1
be given by the Ladner Corne1
Band on Friday evening, November 18th. A strong committee has
been appointed to spare no expense
to make this ball an event in Ladner history.   See posters.
For Sale.
Some iae Buff Orpington Cockerels from Imported Stock.
Apply
H. L. NICHOLSON.
Liberal
Monday, Oot 3\
TO  BB  ADDKKSSHD  BY
J. B. Kennedy
(The  Liberal  Candidate)
and Others.
E&smMsm^i-T*mms&*^w^$<usis&
\
Awarded  Gold Medal at World's  Columbian  and  Mid-Winter
Expositions for Highest Giade of Rolled Oats.
Head Office:
VICTORIA, B. C.
Branches:
NEW WESTMINSTER,
VANCOUVER, NELSON!
ROSSLAND AND STRATH-
CON A.
Mills:
VICTORIA. NEW WESTMINSTER,     EDMONTON.
Elevators:
At all principal' points on
Calgary and Edmonton R. R.
Manufacturers of Cereal Food:*, K_tra Cu'im Roiled Oats, Oatmeal, Cl.iham Flour,
Pearl Barley, Split Ten*, Chopped and Mixed Peedt.
Dealers iu Flour, lirau, Shorti, M��y, Grain and all kind* of Farm Produce.
That incorrigiWe comp..made tbe
ferious blunder of omitting the
same of Mrs. W. A- Kirkland from
the list of those comprising the
tpecial choir organized for the Har-
test Festival Krvices held  in the
CALL AT
..Stainton's..
AND SER   THK NEW
FARM SCALES,
INCGNATGNS,
FANNING MILLS,
And ALL KINDS OF FARMING
IMPLEMENTS.
OUR NEW GASOLINE LAMPS
ARE NOW IN.
CALL .AND SEE THEM.
No Generating, they Light With
a Match..
H. N. RICH,
Purchasing Agent,        ^        LADNER, B. C.
*rew
9
Ladies'  and  Gents'   Watches
and Chains.
Sterling    Silver    and   Plated
Goods.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Jewelkr, 6k., 6k.
When you want to Ship or Store Your Pro**
duce or Live Stock.
Eievat��
Capacity
WG
Wms*e
Space,   4,000   ���
ona
ei
TE$ 0N APPU��� i   ���'���-���.
Fresh,   Smokecl   aiu.   Piekk
i.
ts
Of  All   Kinds   Kept   Constantly   o.a
Hand at the        .       .       .
?**S_S_ IfflMf*^*^^ MM* ^ ��ii <___��� m&
That's where you will find us ready
to buy almost anything you have, in
the way of Farm Produce, Dead or
Alive, at as Small a Price as Possible,
and for which "We Always Pay the
Cash. We also Handle Produce on
Commission through our Commodious
Warehouses        .....
No Rubbers Required!
No More Wet Feet I
No More Sore Feet
SINCLAIR has got the "DOCTOR SPECIAL"
with the Celebrated Dr. Reed Cushion Insoles,
which makes walking a pleasure.
These Shoes are sold only by
W. E. SINCLAIR
��e Leading
Shoe Store
At nominal cost, private individuals or business
men can put their important papers and valuables in a
secure and convenient place.
This is a boon to those who do not possess a safe,
and to families travelling.
These boxes are accessible during all business hours
to the renter, who  holds the key.
RATES e  $1.50 por year.
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Limited.,
Authorized Capital, $25,000.
DEPOSIT VAULTS AT THE OFFICE OF
F. J. HART & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C.
FOR A QOOD
0*9 TO
Q.   T.   BAKER'S New Showrooms.
Call and See
Our Steel Frame
Yankee Gates
4-tt. For 14-ft. Opening, $8.50
4-ft. For 16-ft. Opening, $9.50
F     .T.    W     HP    WESTHAM STREET,
<J*   V.   Hi   l/C, LADNER, B, C.

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