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Array THE DELTA TIMES
Volume 7
LADNER, B. Q, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1914.
$1.00 A YEAR
CROP RETURNS
SATISFACTORY
Good Viel'l and Big Prices for Oats
���Dry Weather Favors
Threshing.
'he fields which a weeks ago
were heavy with yellow crops have
all heen shorn and now look very
bare, with only large mounds of
straw as an evidence that the thresher has done its work.    Many sacks of
,'. are In the farmer's barn or
have lieen sold at a good price. Far-
thls year are receiving $28 and
*.o a ton for oats, this being away
above last year's marketing prices.
Tin , also have been under less ex-
pense, BS many of the harvesters'
were cut d wn 5 cents on the
hour.    Why oats should go up and
igea down is a problem the laborer
il   solve.     Some  say  the  crops
are not as heavy  this year but the
I _/__.'"" lor tl,e *"****" in "**e *ieI(' is ���'llst
[((* heavy.    The weather has been all
Hoe farmer could wish for, there be-
'' fog practically no rain since threshing commenced. Taking all into
consideration the year's crops have
brought a profitable return to the
farmer.
BALL FOR THE
RELIEF FUND
SURPRISED THE
INCENDIARIES
I.miner's Patriotism   Will lie Shown  Fire Bugs Attempt to Hie Mel-elan
in a Social Event on Sep- I      Lumber Mill���Sawdust Satur-
temher 11. uted With Oil.
RUSSIANS MOVE
ON FOUR LINES
Russian Victories May Inspire Slavs
to Kl��e and Overthrow the
Dual  Monarchy.
���iVDON, Sept. _.���The following
stiinmary of the operations of the
! sslan army will make clearer the
lit nation on the eastern frontier of
Germany und Austria at this time.
There are four main theatres of
war, two concerning the German
and two of the Austrian army.
Taking them lu order: From the
Baltic to Ilukovlna, there is the first
Russian advance on East Prussia.
This has probably been the least oped,  because of  the two German
mti
pr
A
ire,
Th
I.adner has awakened to the necessity of doing something in aid of
war relief and is giving a patriotic
ball on Friday, Sept. 11, in .McNeely's
hall, the proceeds to go toward the
fund f_r the dependents of soldiers
who have left for the front.
A committee has heen chosen consisting of the following Ladner people: Mrs. A. D. Paterson, Miss G.
Kirkland of Westham Island, Mrs.
Frank Guichon, Mrs. G. W. London,
Mrs. J. Johnson, Mr. B. Blakely, Mr.
H. Slater, Mr. E. Wenzel, .Mr. E. R.
Bell, Mr. Felix Guichon. The ladies
will take charge of the supper, distributing among the ladies volunteering the different refreshments to be
brought. The gentlemen will hold
down the business part.
Mr. Johnson has kindly let the
committee have the hall for just
about enough to cover the cost of the
lights. Other things needed have
been donated by different merchants
or given for a very reasonable sum.
Three hundred tickets have been ordered, and if all are sold the dance
should be a financial success. Those
not able to attend should buy a ticket and support die cause. Many-
people have been heard to say that
the people on the Delta should do
something toward helping In this terrible war. Now is the time. It is
very little out of the Individual's
jiocket. but in union there is
strength, and if every one that can
afford a ticket, which are $1.50 a
couple Including supper, does his or
her duty, Ladner will not be ashamed of her donation. Rushton'a orchestra will furnish the music, The
grand march starts at 0 p.m.
Incendiary fire bugs are at   work
on  the Delta.    On  Saturday  night,
near midnight, the watchman at the
McLelan Lumber Co. noticed a strong
smell    of    kerosene, and hearing a
noise near the planing mill,  turned
down his lantern and  while  investigating surprised two men near the
sawdust piles.    The men, hearing the
j watchman, took to fheir heels.    The
'watchman, not.having a gun. did not
give chase and the night being dark
and misty could not identify them.
I Mr. Murphy was telephoned  for and
ikept   watch   the   remainder   of     the
night,   but   there  was  no   more  disturbance.   All the sawdust piles near
j tlie planer  were saturated  with oil.
jThe  men  must  have  been  at   work
|some  time   before  being  discovered.
The mill had just closed on  Saturday and had dismissed all hands. It
lis hardly possible it was any of the
I men let out as there would be no ob-
iject, as work could not ���*���>-* regained
I in that manner.    Two armed watch-
imen are now on duty and all precautions are  being taken  by  the  company.
Friend and Foe in Common Grave
GERMANS GAIN
A FEW MILES
KEX..VEIX SENDS FAREWELL.
Refugees Report
pioglie,   Less  'I
From
I ii_li<iriii  at  Com-
ban 50 Miles
Paris.
i it is the most distant ap-
It to Berlin.
Russian advance might, there-
he expected, though it was not
ted to be so rapid.
Warsaw Army.
i- second  sphere of operations
has heen the advance of the Warsaw
army on the frontiers of the Prus-
: ui province of Posen.    Here is the
shortest   Russian   route   to  Berlin,
.:. ' its first and most important ob-
' i le,    a    network    of    lakes    and
in irshes,   seems   to have   been surmounted   easily,   but   the   Russian
i   igress in tliis direction cannct be
pushed  much  further  until  Russian
cess is assured in the third oper-
atlon
Important Sphere.
The third sphere is in the south
Russian Poland, Where a large
\ utro-Hungarian force, acting un-
ili r German directions, has taken
tlle offensive over a wide front, and
lasi week seems to have obtained a
considerable victory at Krasnik.
Pushing ou, another battle was
fought at. Ltibln. Where the Russians
claim to havo won.
The fortunes of war in this field
: re of special importance, because
sufficient     ..astro-Hungarian     suc-
��� a  would cut the  Russian  lines
oi   communication   through  Poland,
a i  so Interfere  with all progress
toward Berlin.
Fourth War Theatre,
I be fourth theatre of war is still
l  r tO Ihe east,  where the  Rus-
��� iii.,  have  Invaded   Galicia, and   are
-iking   at   Li'iiiberg.       Success   In
region is not su Important for
������   main strategy ns the others, but
'  ��� hould  have considerable  moral
'i on Austria's Slavs, particular-
Y   the   Kutlii-nliins   and   .Slavonians.
Victory is i'lii'mit.    -
\  Homo despatch  to "Le Temps,"
I nis, .-says tho Russian victory over
Austrians on  the Gallclan  side
��� brilliant, the right wing of the
Austrian   army  having   been  decls-
y turned and cut to pieces, leav-
30,000   prisoners   In   tbe  hands
the victors,
"ii   the   Vistula   front,   when   the
'-' isslani  encountered   tho  Austrian
'���' 'i  wing, the result was somewhat
ertain, but the arrival of lmpor-
���i     reinforcements    enabled    the
-ians  to  take  a   vigorous  offen-
���'��� and repulse thc  enemy.    They
���   I'tnrel a large number of pieces of
tlllery,
The Hussions, the dispatch adds,
uted    many     bayonet    charges
'^t the Austrians,  which  had  n
'   slmre In deciding the issue of
battle.    Elsewhere    the    Ger-
II "is, endeavoring to effect a Junc-
'   with   the  Austrians,   sought  to
"""'   the   Russian   attach  with   a
"'er offensive,     but     were     re-
��� d   with  losses.
Kesui* wm iio Decisive.
v     despatch     from     Bucharest,
'b    reached the    Central    News
> ency at London by way of Rome
1   the    Rumanian   general    staff
Iders that the battle on the Aus-
���UiisHlan   frontier   will   be   decis-
They  believe   thnt   the   defeat
-UStriani  would  be followed
> a general insurrection und  that
WHITE ROCK. Aug. 2!).���Owing
to tiie protracted absence of Anthony
Kengyel, lessee of the White Rock
hotel, Mr. Peter Greyell, the owner,
has again taken possession of the
establishment and arrangements have
heen made by which Mr. G. Cojlins
will, temporarily at least, conduct
the house. A letter received today
from Kengyell, dated from Portland,
Ore., states that he is on his way to
the front. It is learned that although a naturalized American,
Kengyell Is also an Austrian reservist, holding rank as an officer.
SMITH���GILCHRIST.
A quiet wedding, owing to the illness uf the bride's father, wns solemnized at the home of Mr. J. Gilchrist on Crescent Island Tuesday
��� veiling, September 2, when the Bev.
A. McAuley of Vancouver united in
marriage .Margaret Gilchrist and
George Smith. Mr, and Mrs. Smith
left on Wednesday morning for 'lie
East.
I .WIS IS CANCELLED.
PARIS. Sept. 2.���Immigrants
from Crepy En Valols, in the Department of Oise, 2 3 miles southeast of Compiegne, report that the
Germans were crushed near there
and that piles of bodies were lying
yards high. A sergeant wounded
in the neighborhood of Compiegne
witnessed the annihilation of au entire German division by the French
artillery.
Reports of refugees that the Germans- were fighting in the vicinity
of Compiegne, in the Department of
Olse, indicate a further advance of
the Germans. Previous reports had
them fighting at LaFere, in the Department of Aisne, more than 60
miles from Paris. Compiegne Is
less than 50 miles from Paris in the
Department of Oise, which is just
north of the Department of the
Siene, in  which Paris is located.
AUSTRIAN ARMY
IS CRUSHED
Russian    Commander    States Army
Hus Penetrated the Austrian
Centre.
.���
ZOO GERMAN PtfWOrJERJ"
'"**.AT F_2_^l_2HE____j��_
I ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 2.���Five
thousand Austrian dead were left on
the field by tlie beaten Austrian
fere s iu Galicia, and thousands were
captured by the Russians, the Wax;
Office announced today,
FIRING  SALUTE  FOR  FIRST  VICTIMS OF THE  WAR.
Burial of British and Germans in common grave. The top scene
shows burial of the first English victims of the war. The men are in
the act of firing a salute over the graves of four German and four English soldiers who perished when the Amphion and the mine laying
Koenigen Luise were destroyed. The other picture shows 200 German reservists who were taken prisoners as they were about to leave England
for the continent.
Surrey Fair has been cancelled. A
meeting of the directors held at Surrey Centre on Tuesday night came
to this decision. Kent, North Vancouver, Central Park, Delta Surrey
and New Westminster are the fair's
so far declared off.
DIEST IS EVACUATED.
Belgian  Despatch   states That All
Territory North ��>i' Demer Is
Flee   of   Enemy.
LONDON, Aug. 81.���An official
Belgian despatch sent by the corre-
S] dent Of Reuter's Telegram Company at Antwerp, says:
"The territory north of the Denier
river is free of the enemy. Dlest
has been evacuated and the Cam-
pine counry Is calm.
"There nre no Germans In the re-
glon of Gheel, Moll, Turnhout,
Marchtcrn and  Londerseel,
��� Refugees from Brussels say lt Is
possible in ' nter Liege city quite
easily. They estimate that the
Germans have not more than 3000
troops there Slight engagements
are said (o be taking place constantly north  Of  Brussels "
IOHN ROCHE, M.l\, Is DEAD.
LONDON, Aug, 2S.���John Roche,
M. P. for East Galway, passed away
yesterday morning.
LONDON. Sept. 2.���The curtain
ever the battle drama in North-
western Franco has momentarily
been raised. It shows the Allies I
battling desperately to prevent the
success of the German assaults on i
the Upper Olse, less than fifty
miles from Paris. Today ls apparently the fourth in the second great
battle.
On the Upper Olse the British are!
fighting desperately to prevent the !
Germans from obtaining one of the
mosc direct routes to Paris.      Thc
battle   raged   Sunday' and   Monday,
and by sheer weight of numbers the
Germans  secured   a  slight  advance.
Military experts point out that from
the  present  posiiton  on  the  Upper
Oise    River,   tho    German   advance
would   become   increasing   difficult,
owing to the natural features of the]
j country as well as the artificial de-
i fences that will hnve to be encoun-
! tered.
It   Is   becoming   evident   that   all
I along the western line the Allies are
1 playing  for  time.   In   the  hope  that
' the German assault will become exhausted.
On the eastern war stage, Russia
frankly confesses to disaster to two
army corps, with the loss of three
generals,      Elsewhere  the Russian
nuns seem  to have triumphed.    Cn-
Inia   has  been   successfully   Invaded
and Lemherg will soon be evacuated,
according   to   reports   from   the   St.
Petersburg war office,      If this is
| true, thc Austrian  menace  to   Rus-
, slan   Poland  will  be ended  and  tho
Russian   forces   can   begin   to   con-
I verge for he march  on  Berlin, the
Russian objective In North  Galicia
| apparently      being       Koenigshutte,
j whence  they  can   march  on   Berlin
I via Breslau.
OFFICERS MUST
RETAIN POSTS
\botit a Thousand Now at Valcai-tiei-
Cannot  Go With  First Over-
sens  Unit.
OTTAWA, Sept. 2.���Owing to the
necessity of retaining a sufficient
number of officers in Canada for
Instructional purposes and to command additional units to be organized In the future, officers now in
camp at Valcnrtier will not be allowed to resign their commands and go
with the first overseas expeditionary
forces as privates, as many of them
wish to do. At the present time
there are at the big camp one officer for every twenty-five men, no;
all of whom, however, are well
trained.
It will tnke about seven hundred
officers to command the first contingent, all of whom must be trained.
Tills means thai over ltliltl officers now in camp Will nol be allowed
to accompany the force, but, as tae
minister of militia stated, they all
counted upon being given opportunity to serve the Empire al an early
elate, either lu   Canada  or abroad.
Mr.   Charles   II.   Williams,   of   tlie
Parliamentary Press Galley, has
been appointed in charge of the official press service of the militia department, lie is a brother of Sir
.fohu llanbury Williams, wno was
for some years military secretary
to  tlle  governor-general.
FIRST 100,000
BEGIN TRAINING
Recruiting   for  Second   Unit   of   Brit'
ihh Volunteer Force Is Much
Brisker Than for First,
whatever may he the sacrifice, the
Austrian.'' will not fall back. They
are now making & strong effort.
A despatch to the "Evening
News" from Copenhagen says that
the twelfth German casualty list in
Prftssla stives the losses of the
Forty-third Infantry from Konlgs-
berg as about SOO. The other regiments engaged, notably the 66th
l.andwehr, from Cobleni, and the
Fusilier-, from Rostock and Wieniar.
lost several hundred  men each.   The
correspondent   adds   that   General
v.in llol-eiiliorn has been appointed
to represent the Oerman war minister, MaJor-Gener.il Erich von Fai-
tcanhayn, In Berlin, during tlie minister's absence nt the front. General   Kurt  mui  Mfnteuffel I omes
chief "f the general staff during the
absence with the army of General
von Moltke.
I PARIS, Sept. 2.���"We are slowly
advancing in Ihe roglon of the Vos-
ges  mountains and  on  the Lorraine
'frontier, where a regular siege of
the Germans' entreached positions is
I lu progress," the French war office
announced today. "For two days
We have been driving the enemy
slowly backward.
| "We have suffered partial cheeks
in tiie Neufclinteati and Pallseul districts,   obliging   us   to   withdraw   to
! lines near the Meuse, where a general engagement is'mnv in progress.
"Tlie    Franco-British    wing,    at-
, tacked by greatly superior forces In
the Catcnu and Cambral districts,
retired   ���ontLward   to  escape   being
i overwhelmed or cut off.
PARIS. Sept. 2 ���Defpite the war
office's adniis- on that the Allies'
left wing la retiring, Paris officialdom wore an air of confidence today.
It is reported the Germans are showing signs of exhaustion. Their exertions and losses have been terrific,
and It is thought they cannot much
longer keep up the pace. It Is belli \ed then* last available reserve-
are in anion, leaving them uo fur-
thre resources to draw from, and it
Is also reported their provisions are
falling.
The general staff no longer believe
a compieto Investment ot Paris possible.
LONDON, Sept. 2.���The first hundred thousand recruits, who responded to Lord Kitchener's appeal,
have gone into training ln various
parts of the country and men arc no.v
enrolling at a much tpilcker rate for
the second  100,000.
In London alone 10,000 joined tha
colors in two days, while the responses in tlie provinces na.i been
equally gratifying. In Birmingham,
where the recruiting is particular^
brisk, the Lord .Mayor, Co,. Ernent
Martineaii,   lias   resigned   liis   office
aud volunteered for foreign seri Ice,
Sir Edward Carson, the ' I Iter
Unionist leader, has called a meeting of the lenders of lhe I'lste;* volunteer fone for Thursday.
At the reception  by the King at
Buckingham Palace yesterday Of the
jlelglan mission to protest against
alleged German atrocities In the war
lope, an address to the King was
read, setting fortli some of the happening! in the present campaign and
thanking the Kins toi
| Tbe King replied thnt Great Britain would support Belgium and that
he was grateful for the *. illant Bel-
glum resistance. He added that he
was shocked al the reports of tier-
man   brutality.
The Football Association has contributed E1000 to the Prince of
Wales fund aud ��260 to the Belgian
fund.
Lieut, Archer Windsor clive of tne
Coldstream   Guards,   second    sun    of
the  Earl  of  Plymouth,  died  today
of wounds received al  Mona,
Lieut. George Faulkner of H.M.S
Laertes Is added to the llritish
wounded casualties list i : the Heligoland naval engagement.
ST.    PETERSBURG,    Sept.    2.���
Austria's  army  is   crushed.    A   superior Russian force lias penetrated
its centre.    The Grand Duke Nicholas,    tlie    Czar's    commander    pronounces lhe  battle the  bloodiest  it-
history.      Entire Austrian brigades
were wiped out.    The broken Austrian     force   is    still    fighting,  but
I Nicholas    reported   it    so   badly   de-
1 moralized that It woujd be difficult
I for it  to re-form.
i      Though    the  Czar's   campaign   in
| East   Prussia   is   temporarily   halted
| while the Austrians are dealt with,
! it is denied that any German terri-
' tory   has   been   abandoned.       It   is
stated that one Russian  army is dl-
rected  against Koenlsburg and  Al-
| lenstein,     and     a    second     against
Thome and Graudens.
"Two Russian army corps, operating   in    Eastern    Prussia   havo   I i
repulsed by a superior German force
with severe losses," said the official
statement. "This, however, is unimportant because it has been the
general stall's aim to crush the Austrian power completely, clearing the
way for a march straight to Berlin."
VIENNA, via Rome, Sept. 1,���
The Austrian army which has been
engaging the Russian front near
Lemhurg have withdrawn southward Of the city. They did not enter the city, as the general staff
wished to avoid its destruction bv
a Russian bombardment. The
eighth   day  Of  the   battle   found   the
Austrians   outnumbered   and   hard
pressed.     It   is   evident   that   Russia
has temporarily abandoned lis advance In BJasI Prussia tn crush the
Austrians. Two million Russians
are pitted against a million Austrians. The casualties are said to
have been appalling,
was mickey HERE.
Rumor Thai   Vancouver    Desperado
Crossed Over  l-'ei-i-j   anil  Headed
inr Border,
li was rumored thai "Mlckej" the
Dago, wanted in Viini inner fur the
murder of Polb i man Lei It. was In
Ladner and on the Delta on Sunday
having crossed on Saturdaj evening's
ferry, and was heading toward Blaine
hoping to cross the border, chief of
Police McLennan ��\Ith a pany of detectives wtrr in Ladin-r on Monday
ln pursuit of the fugitive and wiiii
���he local constable went i ver tho
ground, bul as tar as is knoi u no
ll "   a as  found  Of  ; he  Italian.
SEA  WOLF" MISSING.
PARIS, Sepl. 2.���The French centre Is still holding, the war office
announced today. Experts said this
meant that the German effort to
split the Allied forces In two and surround the left lias,failed.     The Ger-
RI( IIMOXD FALL fair.
VANCOUVER, S.pt. 2, -N'o trace
ha- been found of Captain Alexander
McLean, known as the "Sea Wolf,"
because he is the man who In iplred
ai Ic London's novel, McLean Ins
been missing from hi- home since
Monday,     His well known black hat
was found on the d <|< ol  a tug-boat
'n  False    Crei k.       l'he     water     wan
RICHMOND,   Sept.   2.���Tho   prize
list  of  the     Richmond    Agricultural
and   Industrial   Association   Fall   Efx-
hihltlon which will be held on Wod-
ni.-iii right is slowly advancing, how- nesday and Thursday, September 16 dragged yesti rday bj Captain An-
ever. The battle line Is helieved to and 17, has been Issued. The derson, of the harbor police, but no
extend from the West to the East amount of prize money to be given trace was found of the missing man.
U-rOUgh the departments of Olse, will total nearly $1000, and It is ex- IPs ilnii-htor, '' VTi���' I mi I-,i ��� \-
Altne and Ardennes. Desperate pec ted that this year's fair wllllpressed fears thai he maj have met
fighting  ||  In  progress  near Rethel.  eclipse  all   former  efforts. -with foul Play
1 THE DELTA TIMES
THURSDAY, SEPT. a,
10H.
CORPORATION OF THE MUNIO-PAl-ITY OF DELTA.
Notice is hereby given that 1 will on Saturday, the 12th day of September, 1914. at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Coun cil Chambers, Ladner, B.C., sell at public auction the land* situate within
tbe said municipality and hereinaft er described, unless the arrears of t ax.s,    interest and   costs   are
sooner pa.d. ��_,��._..
not
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Name   of   Person   Assessed
Jlolden.   Win	
Mardestch. J   	
Holllngh.Hrt,   t.   W.
Pearson.  T.   R	
Description of Property.
Campbed,   .Mis.   J.   u	
Kelllngiton,  B. a	
Carlton, \v. .md J. rt- Brown	
Lassiter   Est,,   Geo	
MoCloskey,  cico  	
Kennedy,   Robt    	
Kennedy,   Robt    	
Kennedy,   Robt   	
Kennedy.    Kent    	
Kennedy,   Robt   	
Kennedy,    Relit    .,_	
Kennedy,   Robt   	
Kennedy,   Robl   	
Kennedy,   Relit   	
Kennedy,    Relit    	
Kennedy,    Robt    	
Kennedy,    Kobt    	
Kennedv,   Rolit    	
Kennedy,   Robt   	
Kennedv,   Kolit    	
Kennedy,    Robt    	
Kennedy,    Robt   	
Kennedy,   Kulit     I" "'A	
Hall,  T.  O.   and  Damaske,   C	
Rassmiirssen,  J   	
Trndcn.   .lis    	
Thompson,   11.   cl	
MoKenny,  J	
"Oriental   Contract  Co	
Bndersby,  W and t'rlah  	
Hatt-Cook,   II	
Hall   T.  S..  and  Damaske,  c 	
Hall,  G,  S���  Rothwell,  Dr.  Kennedy.
Kennedy.   Robt   	
Kennedy,   Robt    	
Kennedy.   Rolit	
Hall,  T.  8.,  and  Damaske,   C	
Smith',    F.    P	
Stout,  H	
Reid,   Susan   	
McLellan.  J.  C.   	
Deeson,   F.    TV	
Saskal,  8	
Shihatii.   O	
Kennedy,   Roht
��� ��������� Pt. lots 51 and 59, G. 2	
������������ Lot 9, sub-dlv. pt lot 54, G. i	
��� ��������� Part lot  L.  Ladner	
.��������� Lot 4, Block A of Lot 30, G. 2	
 ot UT, Block H, lot 3". G. 2	
��� ��������� Lot I. Block C, lot 30, G. 2	
������������ Lot 7, Block C, lot 30, G. 2	
"������ Pt.  SEVi, Sec.  10. Tp. B	
��� ��� ��� ��� Pt, ��� NIW-V4,   Sec.  35, Tp. 5	
������������ Nl-:':,,   Sec.   12,   Tp,   6	
��� ��������� Pt.   Lot   132,   G.   ���>	
��� ��������� Pt.  Lot 132,   G.   2	
.... Pt.   Lot   132.   G.  2	
.... Lots 16 to 17 of Lot 133, G. 2	
.... Lots 23 to 28 of Lot 133, G. 2	
��� ��������� Lnt 1 of Lot 119,  G. 2	
.... Lot 2 of Lot  119, G.  2	
��� ��������� Lot tt of Lot 119,  G. 2	
��� ��������� Lot 4 of Lot 119,  G. 2	
��� ��������� Lot 5 of Lot 119, G. 2	
��� ���������Lot 6 of Lot 119.  G. 2	
������������ 1/it 7 of Lot 119. G. 2	
"������ Lot  8   of   Lot   119,   G.   2	
.... I.'., of I'*'-. Lot 119, G. 2	
��� ��������� Lois 4 nnd 5. of Lot 18. G. 2	
��� ��������� EH*   Lot 2 of Lot 18, G   2	
��� ��������� Lots 9 to 12 nf Lot IS, G. 2	
��� ��������� Pt.   Lot   17,   G.   2	
.... Pt  Lot 16,  G.  2	
��� ��������� Pt.  Lot 3 of I.ot 15,  G. 2	
..������ Lot   1,   SW'.,,   Sec.  3,  Tp.  4	
��� ��������� Lot  2,  SWHi   Sec  3. Tp.  4	
��� ��������� Lot 3. SWVt. Sec. 3, Tp. 4	
��� ��������� Pt.  SEVi.  Sec.  12,  Tp. 4	
��� ��������� NE',4 Sec. 12, Tp. 4	
..������ Part   *.VV_,   Sec.   11.  Tp.  4	
��� ��������� Tart SWVi, Sec. 14, Tp. 4	
��� ��������� NWVi.  Sec. 22.  Tp. 4	
.... By. NWVi, N*V_ SWVi, Sec. 25, Tp. 4.
��� ��������� SE'i,   Sec.   23,   Tp.   4	
��� ��������� NE'i   Sec.   23,  Tp.   4	
��� ��������� Pt.   SW'i,   Sec.   24,   Tp.   4	
��� ��������� Pt. NW'i. Sec. 24. Tp. 4	
��� ��������� Lot S,  SEVi.  Sec.  24.  Tp.  4	
��� ��������� Lots 11 and 12,  SE'4, Sec. 24, Tp. 4.
��� ��������� Lot 2. NE'i. Sec   24. Tp. 4	
��� ��������� Lots 6 and 6. NEVi, Sec. 24, Tp. 4...
si
6
Kennedv,   Robt    	
Kennedy,   Robt   	
Kennedy.   Robt    	
Kennedy.   Robt   	
Kennedy,   Roht    	
Kennedy.   Robt    	
Kennedy,   Robt ���������������
Kennedy.   Robt   	
ulund,   Nells    	
Fraser, P. II., and McKenzie, Mrs..
McKenzie,   J	
Kellington.   E.   A	
Kellington. E. A., and Duncan  	
Hcwton.   F.   W	
Smith.  H.  E., Smith, II.  R	
Jenner,   T	
Stearm.'in. Mrs.   M	
Parks,   Wm	
St.   Quintan,   Mrs.   B	
Day,   R.   W	
Day,   R.   W	
Motts.   R.   W	
Lot 2, W'_ NE'.,,  S��c. 24. Tp, 4.
Lnt  9.  W'   NE'j  Sec.  24,  Tp.  4.
Mutts.   R.   W	
Motts,   R,   W	
Motts,   R.   W	
Cochran, J. E. ...
Adams, Mrs. I. ..
McCllnton,  S.  K.
Curtis,  W.   C	
Curtis,  W.   C	
Curtis,  ���"*"*.   C	
Kellett,   Gen   	
Kellett.   Gen   	
Kellett,   Geo   	
Kellett,   Geo    	
Kellett, Geo 	
Kellett, Geo 	
Kellett, Geo 	
Kellett, Geo 	
Kellett, Geo 	
Rsnney,    _.   M	
Lindsay   &   Cameron
Lindsay   ,<���   Cameron
Cake,   K.   B	
Porter,    A,    G	
Keanan,   P. it	
Mills.   A	
Fillnente.   M	
Kent. F.   II.  and C. 'Ware	
Kent.  K.   H.  and C. Weare	
Campbell,   Elizabeth   	
Sheet,   Prank   	
Wesl,   Abraham   	
Denning  Williams   	
Cunningham,  Q	
DeBon,   A	
DeBei.    A	
Dominion Trust Co	
Kellington, !���:. A.. Hendry, B..
Kellington, !���:. a., Hendry, B .
Kellington, E, A.. Hendry, P..
Kellington, E, a.,  Hendry, B .
Kellett,   W	
Jensen,    Arlhur   	
Pt.   W'A  Sec.   25,   Tp.   4
Pt.  S'4 SE'i   Sec.  25, Tp.  4
Pt. NWVi Sec. 25, Tp. 4....
in.  WVi Sec. 25, Tp. 4	
Pt.  Lot  440.  G.  2	
Pt.   Lot   440,   G.   2	
Pt.  SWVi Sec.  25,  Tp.  4....
PI.  SEVi   Sec.2**.  Tp.  4	
SE'i  Sec. 28,  Tp. 4	
Lot 5 of Lot G of 312 and 351, G. 1	
i.ot 4, SE'i Sec. 13. Tp. 4	
NVi Lot 8,  SE'i  Sec. 13, Tp. 4	
Lot 13.  SE'4  Sec.  13, Tp.  4	
Lot 15,  SE'i Sec. 13, Tp. 4	
Lot 3, SE'i Sec. 14. Tp. 4	
Lot 6, SEVi Sec. 14, Tp. 4	
Lets 10 to 12, SE>4 Sec. 14, Tp. 4	
Lot 18,  SE'i  Sec.  14,  Tp.   4	
Lot 17, SE'i Sec. 14, Tp. 4	
Pt.  Lot 21.  SEVi Sec. 14,  Tp.  4	
Lot 1 of Lots 1 to 5, NEVi Sec. 36, Tp. 4..
Lot 2 of Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 36, Tp. 4..
Lot 9, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 36
Tp.   4   	
Lot 10, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NEVi Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 11, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 12, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5. NEVi Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 15, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NEVi Sec. 38,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 23, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NEVi Sec. 36.
Tp.  4   	
Lot IS, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 36,
Tp.  4	
Lot 17, Sub-Div. Lots 1 'to 5, NEVi Sec. 36.
Tp.   4   	
Lot 19, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NEVi Sec. 36,
Tp.  4   	
Lot 20, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NEVi Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 21, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 22. Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 24, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NEL Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 25, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NEL Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 26. Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 36,
Tp.   I   	
Lot 27. Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE', Sec  36,
Tp.   4   	
I.el 28, Sub-Dlv.  Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 29, Sub-Div.  Lets 1  lo 5, NE'i Sec. 36,
Tp.   I   	
Let 80. Sub-Dlv.  Lots ! t.. :,, NE', Sec. 36,
Tp.   1   	
Lol  8,  NEW   Bee. 36,  Tn. 4	
Lol 21.  MO', Sec. 36. Tp.  i	
L"t  25,  NE',  Sei . 86, Tp. 4	
Lol   26.   \K'.   S".\   36.  Tu    .(	
Lot  3,   Sub-Div.   Sees.  25  and  36,   Pt.   Lot
���140,   G.   2	
L"t   I.  Sub-Div.   Sees,  26  ami  36,   Pt.  Lot
mo. a   2	
"������  Lot 5   Si:i..[ >iv.  Si cs,  25 and  36.  Pt.
: ii   ii'   ii.   2	
Lol  12.  Suh-Dlv.  Sees. 2.", ami 38,   Pt. Lot
It'',    'i     2	
I."'   13   Sub-Dlv.  Sees. 25 and 36.  Pt.  Lol
440,   <!.   2    	
'  ���'  I"   ���*"' -P'v   Pe s   25 und 36,  p-. r,o-
��� i ,      ;     ;'
Lei ���:���:. Sub-Dlv. Sees. 25 and 86, PtVioi
ID.   G.   2	
Lol   il. Suo-Div.  Sees. 2* ami 3''.,  pt. Loi
440,   G,   2	
Let   12   Suh-Dlv,  Sees,  _-,   ind 86,  Pt.  Lot
Iii.   G.   2	
Lol   ii. Sirt>-DIv.  Sees 23 and 'in,  Pt. Lot
440,  G.   2 	
Let 48, Sub-Div,  Sees. 26 and 88,  Pt. Lo:
���I In.   G.   2 *
Lol  54, Sub-Dlv,  S.es. 25 ami  36.   Pi.  i.ot
IH.    G.    2	
I,���������  "*', Sub-Dlv,  Sees, 2*. and 3''.  pt.  Lol
ll>,    G,    2	
' "'   "-    Sub-] Hv.   S". s.   2'   ami   36.   Pt.   Lol
440,   il,   2	
I."-   ' :   Se'.-Dlv,   Sec��,  2. ami  36.   Pr.   Lot
440,   c;.   2	
Ln| i'i   Su i-DIv, Sei s, 2" ami :-6. pt   Lo'
  Lol  WI   Sub-Dlv   Si cs,  K   in I 86,  I      LO
I    11 i.    'I     :       	
  '- *  lU'h-Dlv. Sees. M and'86, Pt'.'Loi
4i��.   g.   ;	
   Loi 81, Sub-Dlv. S" s. H a ni je, i     i.e
440,   i,.   2	
  L't   88,   Sub-Div,   Sees,  2".  ami  36,   pt.   Lot
11".    G     2 	
oronmn, .i"hn    Lot 89  Suh-Dlv   Seos. 25 and 86   Pt   Loi
III.    G.    2  	
���Mt*    '���''"   I-"'  !'l    Sub-Dlv,   BeOS,   2*.  and  _<1,"pl     L"'
i    id    i;    I
���".������er. \v. A.. Fisher, g. ii  t. ������ 102  S"b-Dlv   Se'-'s.' is'siid M   l't ;"ioi
140,   G.   ? ..
Lumen,  Arthur   i���e 107, Snb-DIv   Sees  28 and 'k'���_��'_."_._���'
-  'i'11,  i;   ���'.   ...
A- M '  ��� r  -!"'"������   pt. Lots'iw"to"iii!"pt
I "'     |.**l      i"!       _
A- M tn*. 16. a��h-niv pi  ' '���'��'iio"''o"i.i,"s'ee-'
25 nn i 36, pi   Lot  in  ii   "
A-   M  '"' IT, Sub-Dlv.  Pt. Lots 119 tn iii' Vsoi!
25 ind  36  	
A-   M  ' ������' 18  cu'.-Div. Pt. Lota up to 121." Sees.
!'"'    "e'   '"-
M  '   ' 19, Siih-Di'v'.' Pt Lobs'_iMo"i_i,"j__os!
26 am!   36 ... '
M  '���"' 2"  Sub-Dlv, Pt. Lets 119 to'iii,' Sees!
28 and  38     	
M  '"' 9.   S'i'.-'i'v    i.., '   p?CJ    r,;'.,',',,*' '.�����'"
M    I     I in    e.i.i,,.   i ,,,   ,.,���    p
M   ���   ' 1.   ?"'..!'',���   I ,,. 122
M  I.n   19,   Sub-Dlv.   l,ot'"l22
M  Lot 20, Sub-Dlv,   Lol  122 ..
*���   :'���     "���   '.;���   1  Lot   13-,.  Sub-D v.   Lot   |'_.
' n  ra  k.   Dr,  < .  B	
"" I,      Fred      	
K     ���"    '	
Ranney,
Ranney.
Etannsy,
Ranney.
Ranney.
Ranney
R ,..���(��� y
tie	
P    III" v.
K i nney,
n     ���    ���
am!   36
I,"!   ISA,   Sub-Dlv.   Lot 122..
PI.  Lot  I of Lets 131 and 135. G. t.
Pt.   Lot   108,   G.   2	
$70.77
7.70
34.60
3.95
16.20
6.74
2.66
418.60
412.62
772.75
644.35
130.34
131.28
197.37
176.30
70.80
7'l.78
69.16
70.78
80.62
76.33
274.87
78.50
20.82
109.56
69.30
123.98
5.66
58.-5
57.75
14.17
410.48
341.12
109.73
122.53
11S.9H
210.74
34S.2S
135.25
33.S0
17.53
41.35
27.55
105.30
**t 7��
2L72
S7.31
57.06
57.76
57.76
92.S3
13.42
131.21
17.54
117.32
28.46
43.97
26.0ft
22.96
22.96
14.45
23.0S
48.08
S.32
27.34
5.20
2.86
2.86
2.88
2.36
2.36
2.86
2.8*3
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.88
2.86
2.86
2.86
2,36
2.86
2.86
2.86
56.49
nS 92
3:es|
39.S4
20.66
41.53
6.92
43.83
91.8.
21.lid
42.60
19.11
40.27
48.83
23.26
45.08
46.08
I8.0J
20.96
20.66
80.63
2o, 85
43.02
34.63
87.01
3.3.20
11.11
42.26
2.<!6
2.86
2.86
2."6
2.86
2.-i!
3 ��6
2 -6
8 86
2.86
2.86
41.05
41.05
312.1-
142.51
$5.53
2.38
3.73
2.19
2.81
2.33
2.12
22.82
22.63
40.63
34.22
8.52
S.56
11.87
10.84
5.S4
5.63
5.45
5.53
5.63
5.69
6.03
5.82
15.71
5.93
3.04
7.48
5.47
8.19
2.28
4.93
4.93
2.70
22.52
19.05
7.47
8.12
7.94
12.53
19.41
8.76
3.69
2.87
4,06
3.36
7.26
3. OS
3.08
6.38
4.85
4.S8
4.SS
6.64
2.67
S.71
3.42
4.19
3.30
3.14
3.14
2.72
i!l5
4.44
2.41
3.36
2 ��6
2!l4
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.11
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.11
2.11
2.11
4.82
3.41
3.99
3.99
3,03
4.07
2.2;i
4.19
3.09
3.23
4.13
2.93
1.01
4.19
8.16
4.2",
4.2",
4.2*.
8.04
3.01
3.03
? 03
4.16
3.73
8.83
3.66
4,03
4.11
2,n'
2.14
2.11
_',14
2.11
8.14
? 11
2 "'
8.14
2.14
2.14
4.06
4.03
17.62
9 12
Darted at I.adner, B.C., tbls 10tb   day nf Augutt,  1014.
N. A. McDIAItMID, Collector.
$76.30
10.08
38.33
6.14
19.01
9.07
4.68
439.32
435.25
813.38
67S.57
138.86
139.84
209.24
187.14
76.34
76.31
74.61
76.31
78.41
79.49
86.65
82.15
290.58
84.43
23.86
117.03
74.77
198.17
7.91
63.6S
68.68
16.87
433.00
360.17
117.20
130.65
126 90
883.27
367.69
144.01
37.49
ku.40
45.41
30.91
112.-6
24.80
24. SO
93.67
61.91
62.64
62.64
99.49
16.09
142.92
20.41
123.lv
31.S7
4S.16
29.30
26.pi
26.10
17.17
52. IS
52.1H
10.73
30.70
7.46
5.00
5.00
5.00
6.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
6.00
61.31
32.36
43. S3
43.83
23.69
45.60
S.21
48.02
24.92
27.91
4',.73
22.80
41.25
48.02
26.12
49.33
19.33
49.33
2I.0O
24.00
23.08
23,IK
47.17
3s .16
30.43
36.86
13 16
10.37
5,00
5.00
5.00
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S.Ofl
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45.10
45.10
8.10.07
Advertise in the  Delta Times
WASHINGTON STATE.
Will Open Spokane Route.
irib-ATl'LE,    Aug.    89.���Tbe   .Milwaukee,    as    oi.icially     announced, |
will  open  its tipoKaiie service September  14,  and  ou  and after that
date all transcontinental trains will |
run by ivaj^ ot Spokane, increasing \
the distance from Seattle to Chicago '
only   fourteen   miles,  but  utilizing
the  same   running  time.    lUe  new
train  schedule  is  lu   thc  hands  of
General Superintendent  VV.  B. Foster,  but it  is announced   that   the
time   of   arrival  and  departure of
trains  at  Seattle  and  Chicago  will
not be altered.
Two Additional Plants.
NORTH YAKI.MA, Aug. ...���Authority has been received by the reclamation office here for immediate
construction     of     two    additional
pumping    plants,    at    Outlook   and
Grandvlew,    besides   the   pumping
plant at Snipes mountain.    The announcement included also the information that JjLOu.uUO additional had
been     appropriated     for    pumping
plant   construction,   making  a  total
of  $340,000  available  from  the  reclamation lund for this purpose.
l-'uMiiei-*.  ('et   Electric  Light.
MOUNT    VBBNON,    Sept.    1.���
Meters   have   been   installed ln the
homes along the McLean road west
ot   .Mount   Vernon   and   the   Pacific j
Northwest    Traction    Company   has
its work completed and the current
has  been  turned  on.       Four more
names have been added to the list i
for original signers for the service.
Many of the ranchers will have elec- I
trie  lights  in  both  their barns and ;
their   houses.    Several   are  arranging to use the electric current for !
power   where   they   have   formerly
used gas engines.    The dairymen in
particular  are   looking   forward   to j
the turning on of the lights for their
early winter milking.
Skagit Politician Killed.
SEDHO-WOOLLEY, Sept. 1.���W.
J. Thompson, better known as plain
"Bill" Thompson, was Instantly
killed Saturday night about nine
o'clock when the auto he was driving struck a hole in the road, overturned ar.d crushed the driver. The
wind shield caught Mr. Thompson
across the breast, crushing out his
life. Thompson, with three olhers,
Nels Stewart, Frank Cooper and a
man by the name of "Butch," had
been on a campaign trip to Concrete.
Mr. Thompson was one of the republican candidates for county commissioner. The other three men
were sitting in the rear seat while
Thompson was driving his own car.
Skai-.il County'!* Valuations.
.MOUNT VERNON, Sept. 1.���
Figures compiled in the assessor's
office show that the aggregate
equalized valuation of all real property including improvements in the
county is $.,611,245, and of personal property, after deducting
what Is exempt from taxation, is
$2,094,195, which makes a grand
total valuation of property in the
county of $11,705,440. This amount
does not Include the valuation of
the telegraphs or railroads acting
as common carriers, as the state
board has the settlement of these
valuations.
Will Run Gauntlet
BELLINGHAM, Sept. 1.���The
big British steamship Riverforth,
-which has been loading a full cargo
of lumber at the Bloedel Donovan
Lumber Mills for the last two
weeks, has left here for Australia.
Tho captain of the Riverforth is determined to run the gauntlet of any
German war vessels that may be
loitering about her course. The
Riverforth and her cargo are both
covered with war risk insurance.
BLAINE, Sept 2.���Fred Murphy
was examined before United States
Commissioner George Montfort Monday morning and bound over to the
federal grand jury on a charge oi
smuggling. His bond was fixed at
$2000. Murphy Is accused of smuggling four Hindus from British Columbia into Liis country. The Hindus, who are being helcl as witnesses,
were captured by immigration offi-
C'3rn near Bellingham Saturday. They
testified they gave .Murphy $105 to
take them through to Seattle but
that he abandoned them near Bellingham.
Salmon I'llcex Show Increase.
BELLlNOHAM, Sept. 2.���Opening
prices on canned salmon have been
announced by E. B. Dptning, of the
Pacific American Fisheries and the
ri. mlng-Gould Brokerage Company,
showing substantial Increases over
the opening prices of last year. The
announcement of prices has been delayed on acroiinl of the uncertain
outlook lor the salmon market, due
to th" war In Eurnoe. Th" situation, however, .Mr. Demlng declares,
has nothing to no with the Increased
prices. This is due solely lo Hie
question rt supply and demand. This
Ls an off year for sockeyes and the
supply win necessarily be limited, In
addition there Is a short pack of pink
salmon In Alaska, and no pack at
all of this kind of flsh on the Bound.
Prominent Soallle Man Dead.
BEATTLE, Sent. 2���.lohn M,
Frlnk, n wealthy Iron manufacturer,
who was Republican   candidate for
governor in 1000, died suddenly Sun-
c'ny nt his countrv home on Lnke
Washington. He had been president
of the Seattle Park board and had
been for a score of years one of the
most  prominent men in Seattle.
WHITE ROCK XEWS.
WHITE ROCK, Aug. 31.���Several
Important real estate transfers have
been put through durlne the past
week by Mr. B. H. Sands, local representative fnr White, Sillies & Co..
one being the sale of the five-acre
ranch now occupied by Mr. C. T.
Topn situated on the vnrth Bluff
trad adjacent to the White Rock
school. Mr. nnd Mrs. Topp have
been out from Anstrslla for about
eighteen months and Intended making British Columbia their home.
Certain Dualness matters, owing to
tho   vnr,  compelled  their  return  to
The Royal Bank ol Canada
Incorporated I860.
CapiUl Antborized       ��25,000_0S
Capital Paid Up      ��i. J���
I-eserve Funds SKS-*
   *13.500,000
Aggregate Assets, One Hundred and Seventy-Five Mill-
Dollars. m
It is the aim of the management of this Bank to make ever* a
positor welcome, and to give the best possible attention to hla fin.   , .
affairs. "nanclsi
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Accounts may be opened with deposits of One Dollar and Udw_ _.
Interest paid or credited at the highest current rates, on Mav ii.t    .
Noy.mber 30th each year. '     ** �����*
JAMES GRISDALE, Manager. IiADNER n_
E. L. BERRY      %--*
Grocer and Baker
Buy IMPERIAL FLOUR, made at Eburne Mill
SPECIAL  WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
LADNER, B. C.
BREAD  DELIVERED  TO  CRESCENT   ISLAND,   TUE8D.Y    .Vn
FRIDAY.
LUMBER!
EBURNE SAW MILLS, LIMITED
Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of
FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE LUMBER
Shingles, Lath, Sash, Doers, T urnings and House Finishings.
Phone R14 Eburne. Prompt Delivery by Rail or Scow.
****************************..>*****^ *****~>***."r>**.-s.<<M
DELTA   HOTEL
J. JOHNSTON, Proprietor
Ladner, B. O. Phone 2 .
;   Dining Room Open All Day Sunday.   Private Dining \
Room for Tourists.    Good Garage |
**********************************************4frtA****j
Uhe 7)elta Ui
imes
$1.00 A YEAR p"-bie��
U. S. A.
$1.50
j.Aiistralla at an early date and they
have   therefore     disposed     of   their
acreage here to new settlers through
jtlie above  mentioned  firm.     A ten-
(acre tract in this vicinity also changed hands a few liayg ago and a deal
|for   White   Rock   Townsite   property
iwas signed up this morning.
I     Arrangements have been  made to
hold   a     patriotic    concert    i:i    thn
church  hall  here on  Friday evening
I in connection with the    war    relief
!fund.     Admission will  be free and
lt Is expected  that both  Col. J.  D.
Taylor, M.P., and F. J. Mackenzie,
M.P.P,, will deliver addresses. Solos
-will bp tendered by friends from New
j Westminster    and    Vaneouver    and
local   talent   will     also    participate.
Mrs. F. W. Leeson, Mrs. F. J.  MacKenzle nnd  Mrs. G. Wade form the
programme committee.
Dr. Slpprell formerly of Columbian College is to lecture this even-
Ing in the lonl church hall on "Oer-
many." As the reverend gentleman
hns only recently returned from a
trip through that portion of Europe
his lecture should be deeply Interesting at this present juncture.
WIIV GRANT WAS REFUSED,
SOI Til VAXConVKK. Sept. 1.���
Mr. R. C   Hodgson, president of the
j Board Of Trade, at the meeting last
.night, explained the action of the
Harbor   Hoard   in   declining  the do-
i nation of $7,600 from the But-baby
Council to lhe Fraser harbor Improvement scheme. lie stated that
tho conditions under wlilch the
council   offered  to  give  the  money
j were unsatisfactory.     Burnaby, be
said, wanted to reserve the right to
have thilr money refunded If tho
channel were not dredged to the
���'.(-[ith of 40 feet within a certain
' time.
KERRISDALE,  Point Grey, Se.��
'-'    -Building      permits     Issued      _
i Point Orey during August numbered twenty-five, of the value of $18,-
|8D8. In July, forty-four permits
were taken out, the value being
$86,135.    For the eight months of
|the year 361 permits were issued,
:!i" Bggreg ite valus being $780,668.
SAVS   BELGIANS   ENSLAVED.
Germans  Are  Acciwwl  of  Carrying
Prisoner* to I ailiei I.iihI In Do
Manual Imb-u-.
PARIS Sept. 1.���The Belgian
e immlsslon, which Is on its way to
tie United States to protest against
all g d German atrocities in the war
zone, arrived in London last night
from Antwerp, coming on a special
t aln from Folkestone. Count De
L"tliterveld, son of the former Belgian minister at Washington, acoon.-
panled ths commission as secretary.
T.ie Belgian Minister of Justice,
Carloi de Wlart, (ha'rmnn nf the
ecmnrsslon. hns arranged a 'ronfer-
euc ��� with, Sir Edward Grey, the Brit-
lsh Fo-eign Secretary, for tomorrow,
after which an official statement
will bo made regarding ths Belgian
g-iovances.
Om of the chief grounds tfor the
protest to Washington Is thi allegation that the Germans nre oaptur
B Iglans nnd carrying them (0 <'���'",*
miny In bondage to do manual Isbo
The desti notion nf Louvain Is re
gurrted by the commission as wholly
unwar anted.
LOSSES TWENTY TO O.VE,
PARIS, Sept.  1.���An officer ��lio
was wounded in the engage "Is in
tlie North declnres that withoui exaggeration the German casualties
as compared with those of the Alue8
hoar a ratio of twenty to one. Tnli
was due to the charges of massed
infantry In nn endeavor to breaK
1 through the lines.
! QUICK RECRUITING.
1 LONDON, Sept. 1.���In Englana
recrulting is amazingly rapid
Liverpool yesterday a battalion o a
tlioiiF-and- business men wns l'il('''
within an hour, and there was ,ll!l
an overflow that It was decided '?
enroll a second battalion.
WAR RELIEF FUND.
LONDON, Sept. 2.���National war
relief fund Started by the Prince of
Wales reached n totai of ten million,
It  is nnnounred  by the government.
STILL A BASANCE.
LONDON,    Sept.   1.���The -'l; ""''J''
lor, Mr.  Lloyd-George, announrert in
,the  Mouse of Commons    v
thnt German warships on all the -es
have captured twenty thousand
of British shipping.    "There renin ^
twenty   million   tons   to   be   l;ll;."";
said the chancellor, smidsl  der '
laughter. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1014.
IHE DELTA TIMES
��-""-
9 ]
MUNICIPALITY OP DELTA.
By-law No...
By-law to Provide for Repallrs for the Works f'n��.i.���.*^i tt j     __    . _
1895," and to Borrow the Sun, o! ��SS-2ff����t_ftK ��* 7*!to Dyke and Draln Byla��r.
Sixty-threc cents ($21,225.63) to Carr/oui Such SSL p�� ^T^. and Twenty��ve Dollare and
��*-!-   -oi-t * uut *-ucl1 ReP*lrs.   Provisionally Adopted   the   11th   Day of
July, 1014.
Whereas the Municipal Council of direction alone tho ^���i ���    .
the  Corporation   of the District of a distance of8 ion ti? ,   oresad'       And whe.eas lt |s
Delta  on the fifth day of October, where the dykeisilrotecutitntSl'Sl pend the sum of Tw
..nr.   ,i���t.  nnaao.i tho "n_ii. r>-,i,- r,..i�� ._ ���    '  .  1B i" <*ieciea rrom the  _-      _
necesary to ex-
enty-one Thou-
m,5r,ATl^ imb "^ oD^9 GU-!,fr ��f Geore-a or inte^enlnglnd6 8and Tw�� Hund'��d and Twenty-five
ff��srs tioSvrcK^S SJ,a.?,r 8ixty-three rta (?21-
Ucn of the Municipality ot Delta and nations and sufvevs an?�����  t   ml~ 3)   t0  preserve-  maintain-and
to borrow the sum of $41,320.51 for that the dyke will[be fniiv ^./S r',palr the 9ald work anA the Coun-
completing  tbe same. In the following mannor  whlh    w�� c11 d��*>
*.-,!    whorona    hv    Spetlon     19_    ��F   ,,,-���>.-��� "'-.   -HdllllOr,   WUlCh      W6 _i__    __.
for the dyking and draining of a por- tions in making the neeeZrv ����mt  fMM. 7
Ucn of the Municipality of Delta and nations and sufvevs   *7f���Jf; ? preserve,  maintain-and
'he i
... ���._,__,       ,���,     ���   o _.._...._,, wuicn    wb _ not deem it expedient to levy
.A��MnnSff iS-Ttatti'lnS ^^"T*"1 t0 -"�� ��"uSu��? ���� �������� ��* - one year and it is
���.' t.^MunTciptllty �������__!? Eg a g^dVS ffil^l.^'SSftl SIP*  *  ^  *  ^  ^
. . ___.-,,_.  _.oi-.-i- --._ i   ..__..    .   .'  '""'ng into a level of 5  for the purpose aforesaid
tli
work to preserve, maintain and keep  lt.ches belo
in repair the same at the expense of  stakes  upon  the ""ground'" ����*?*��! The MunlclI-al Council of the (.ortho lands and roads benefitted.          shown on profile poration   of  the  District     of  Delta
��SS S_2UZ��S2# �� 0fT&^SW*?iff ���* *T%LVX* " f��n��W8:
where the repairs    required    to be of the dyke                        the crown -" That the   Bum   0? Twenty-one
made are so expensive that the Mu-      That the' re-entrant amrle n    th Thou-,an<1 Tw<* Hundred and Twen-
nlclpal Council does not deem it ex-  Gulf side of the dyke be filledViVh ty"flve hilars and Sixty-three cents
-  -llent to levythe cost thereof ln  earth as Shown on the cross section fMl.IM.iS.   be  borrowed    on  the
one year, the Council may pass
! ylaw  to borrow
a  attached.
credit of ihe Corporation of the Dis-
/<*
upon  the  deben-      That all earth  for nut-    , I ,"""" 7~ _��������.��.-��--. ���_*. mo
tures of the municipality the funds and tacecrf^���eS^T     'Cl ��f Delta' Deing the fund8 **6C-
necesary for the work and to assess side of the dyke                                   eseary for the preservation, mainte-
and levy upon the property benefit- That no earth' whatever be taken  *:iUK'e and rePalr ot the works con-
ted a special rate sufficient for the from the Gulf side of the dyke           Btructed under the "Delta Dkye and
25?TtheVLVuTJ��� aDd lDter" of?4a_���Sh?KcerdUbiSntrna M  ���*  "^   1895'" ���* 2 2
And whereas the Council procured and  b��S,. J^ shownTcrossTe^  beDtUrefl ��f the <=��-Po���tlon to   the
an  examination     to    be    made by tion.                                                         amount of twenty-one thousand two
Mess-s. Burnett & McGugan, Survey- That a facing of rip-rap be placed  hundred and twenty-five dollars and
ors.   being   persons  competent     for ,-pon the rubble on the Gulf face of sixtv-three cents r_2l 22** ����. *._,._���
that purpose of the said dyking and the dyke, with a slnne ��> i L a   *h���         , V                  (J21.226.63) be 1s-
dralnage works,    and    estimates of average depth of   he ro.. t   & *8 ?*    * S,T ��f "0t leM than ��n6
the repairs to be made and an asses- to 14 inches, as shown on the cross  *-ur,('rod (Jollara (HOO.00) each and
ment to be made by them of the real section.                                                    payable twenty (201 years from tbe
property to be beneflttd by the said We include also an estimate of the  date thereof with    interest    at the
IT1:LZ*2,Z* ZT^^^Z^ 2*.^ *��!Li*���� and -J-o a re-  rate ot five per centum (5 per LS)
the  proportion  of benefit which  In   vised  Assessment  Sheet
their opinion will be derived In con-  ing the lands to he lnolm.aTin7*M_ ������.K"-r"7\uu"",-ucr"**u*B-' lo    De
seonence of such    repairs   by every asfeZnft^e tKdVS! %T%^tJ.%����� ffi2��
their opinion will be derived In con-  in. .h_-,.;.;r:r^r-.:~.:. J?.de��-J- per ?!*num>..sucn debentures to    be
sentience of such    repairs   by ever]   _
l^l^Jl?0* Z.V*:1**   *!  f.u,1-v a��. those por.ion7Inc.ud;rrn  and" to hive attached to them cot,
Westminster, British Columbia,
Pa.d  assessment so made being the  the   original    assessment    sheet  o    p"ns for the pa^e^of interest
ncaesment hereinafter bv this T-tv-lnw   not   -���j      _.._.,      ...     .. v  "   _.    ""y ��">"'-u"""i ot interest.
n'sesment hereinafter by this By-law
enacted to be assesed and levied
upon the section hereinafter In that
behalf specially set forth described
and the report of the said Burnett &
McGugan ln respect thereof being as
follows:
New Westminster, B C, Aug. 4, 1911
To His    Worship    the    Reeve, and
Councillors of Delta.
Gentlemen: We have the honor to
submit plans, profiles and cross sec
1S95 and any further specifications
await your command.
We have the honor to be,
Yours very faithfully,
BURNETT & McGUGAN,
Per D. J. McGugan.
6200 yards of earth at    25c per
yard   $1,300.00
Estimated cost of  extra right-of-
way (5 feet wide)          400.00
Depreciation in   rails,   spikes and
ties  (25 per cent)          686.70
2. That for the purpose of paying
the said sum of twenty-one thousand
two hundred and twenty-five dollars
and sixty-three cents ($$1,225.63),
bein? the amount charged against
the said lands so to be benefitted as
aforesaid and to cover interest
thereon for twenty years at the rate
of five per centum (5 per cent) per
annum the following special rate
over and above all other rates shall
ibo assessed and levied, in the same
manner and at the same time as
taxes are levied, upon the under-
492.00 mentioned sections and parts of
$1.00      sections and the amount of said spe-
tlnn? of a scheme for the protection ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  	
of the 1895 dyke along the portions Laying ties and rails along 12,300
exposed to the Gulf of Georgia, said      feet  (4c a foot)   	
pr.rtinns being more particularly de-  11,700 yards    of    rock at _._ _,���,��� _,
scribed  as  follows:*                                 per yard   11,700.00 cial  rate  and  Interests  assessed  as
Commencing    at a  point on  the  9 men    for 195    days    at $2.24 aforesaid against each section or part
1895  dyke,  said  point being N.  87      per  day      4,826.25 section  respectively shall be divided
degrees  10  minutes W   (ast)   a dis-  2 horses for 195 days at $2.00 per into twenty equal parts and one such
tanr-p of ,1639.5 feet from the inter-      day         780.00 part be assessed and levied as afore-
yection   of  the centre    line    of the  Engineering      �����*-���     ���" '��� ���*   "      ^^^
southerly end of    the    G. B. Road	
with the said 1895 dyke; thence fol- ^L_______________ ______���������__,
lowing in a northerly and westerly                                               $21,225.63 tures have run.
and
contingencies      said in each  year for twenty  (20)
 1,040.68  years after the final passing of this
By-law during which the said deben-
1014 ASSESSMENT.
For  Itip-Riip along 1895 Dyke,  nlo ng Gulf of Georgia.
Nominal Owner of Property.
0
Section or Lot.
o
y.
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c -
SB
a  .
|g
SB
4-*     '/.
is
Sr .
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^��J
III
K' nn. ly,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Dominion
Estate
Estate
n.bt	
Koht	
Kobt	
Robt	
Robt	
Robt	
Trust Co.   ..
Westminster  Trust Co.
MaoOriffln,  J.   M	
Perry, C. N	
Cassidy,  et al, G	
smith. Prank P. .'	
Kennedy, Robt	
Kennedy, Kobt	
Roberts, \V. P	
Burns,  D	
Kennedy, Robt	
Eldsrkin & Gall 	
Gibson,  W. E	
Kennedy, Robt	
Kennedy, Robt	
Kennedy, Robt	
National Finance Co. ..
Wllliiims.  Fred   	
Burtea Kiid 	
Ol-Sdfi,   W,  E	
Irwin, J.is	
Kennedy, Robt	
Arls  St   Cogglnt   	
Burr   \-   Reid   	
Smith,   Frank   	
National Finance Co. ..
Wilson, v.. K. m	
Esplen, K. j	
Wilson, .i. K	
Wilson, j. k	
Hume & Storey 	
Burr,  B.  n	
Gllehrlst,  A..
Burr, K. B.
Gllehrlst,  A���
Burr, !���:. it	
Hume  ,-,-   Slnrev
Mitchell, N	
Burr, .1. .1	
>''' e, David ....
Green, K. .1	
i idni r, Thos. ..
11 ilmes, .1. s. ..
Tolmss, Wm. ..
Holmes, *-\'m. ...
Gllehrlst, ,l	
Gllehrlst, .1	
Und, Fred 	
Gllehrlst, A.,
Harris, Mrs.
Und, Kr.'d ...
Harris Bros, .
MeClosltey, Q,
Mitchell, N. ...
F"urr, ,i. j. ...
Spinning, C. ..
Spinnlns, C, ..
Eyton, B, C, .
'I' li'in.ild, J.      	
Burns, ii	
Ibirns.  D	
Coleman, R. A	
Foster, f. W	
Stokes, u. j	
Stokes, AV. E	
Burna, T>	
Burne, D	
McAllister, il. F	
Burns, n	
Williams,   Fred   	
Wllllaims,   Fred   	
Riaerkln. 0, W	
''���urns.   D	
Burns, ti	
''���urns.   D	
Arts & CoRRlns  	
Burns, 1>	
Burns, D  	
Ki rr, w. ,t	
inrterson, fins  	
1    her, a. a r	
H nt a Co., v. 3	
uani i*. Thos, B  	
'.-""''I" Bros, and J. Mile
' "ll itub.is,  s.  M	
Sheiarake, .Ins. H   	
ir, Gordon Tl'.
���  on   Mrs
'I ' md.   TT.  J.
I I   ���   V.	
oid. Mrs. J ...,
rla Ti rmlnol Rly. Co.
Morris, Estate, M	
..Gp. 2 Lot 119. Purt 	
..Gp. 2 Lot 119, gart 	
.(.ip. 2 Lot  UJ, ,1'art  	
..Qp, 2 Lot 119,  Fart	
..(ip. 2 Lol 119, Part 	
..Op. 2 Lot 119, Part 	
..Gp. 2 Lot  l.::l,   T.ot  1  	
..Gp. 2 Lot 183, Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 	
..Gp. 2 Lot 133,  Lot 6 	
..Gp. 2 Lot 133, Lot 7 	
..Op. 2 Lot 138;  Lots 8 and !> 	
" Lot 133, Lots 10 and 11 	
Lot 133, Lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 	
Gp. 2 Lot 188, Lots 17, east 50 feet 	
..Gp. 2 Lot 188, Lot 17. west 50 feet 	
Lot 188, Lots 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 	
Lot S3, Lots 23, 24, 25, 26 	
...Oil. 2 Lot 132, part  	
...Op. 2 Lot 132, part 	
...tip. 2 Lot 132, pan	
...Op. 2 I.-.: 132, pa  ;.	
...Op. 2 Lot 132, pa.!   	
...Op. 2 Lot 188, part  	
...Op. 2 Lot  132,   Lot 1   	
...Op. 2 Lot 131.  part  	
...Op. 2 Lot 131,  part  ..��,	
...Oil. 2 Lit 131,  part 	
...Op. 2 Lot 131,  part   	
...Oil. 2 Lot 130, part 	
...Op. 2 Lot 180, part 	
...Op. 2 Lot 130, part 	
Kirkland, Letltla, et
Victoria Terminal Rly
Grauer, J."	
Davie, A	
Davie,   A	
Esplen   &   McCallum
Esplen   &   McCallum
Parmlter,   A.   J	
Arthur,   Mrs.   P	
Armstrong,   Annie   	
Arthur,  H.   J	
Arthur,   F.   J	
Arthur,   C.   H	
Arthur,  Mrs.  P	
Jordan,   Jas ,
Morley,   Sam   	
Wright, S and W	
Wright, S and W	
RaWi.US,  Mark  	
Smith,   Robt	
McNeely,  Mrs.  A	
Perram, J. and F	
McNeely,  Mrs.  A	
McNeely, Mrs. A	
Brodie,  Sydney   	
LouKheed,   W	
Leary, A.  r	
Smith,  Bros	
Smith, et. et., C. M....
Smith,  Bros	
Smith,   Asahel   	
O'Brien, J.  and  Chas.
Smith,  Bros	
Smith.   Bros	
Smith,   Bros	
Viet., Van. & E. Rly...,
Smith,   Bros	
Smith,  Bros	
Ladner,   E.   B	
Vict,   Term.   Rly   Co....
McKee,   I).   A	
McKee. John   	
Lassiter,  Geo	
Frederick.   W.  J	
Vict.   Term.   Rly.   Co...
Montgomery,   H	
Mi-i-allum,   N.   C	
Vict.   Term.   Rly	
Paterson,   T.   W	
Vict. Term.  Rly.  Co....
Cuius,   F	
Sutherly,   J.   R ,���;
Armstrong,   Mrs.   A....
Burns, D	
Viet.  Term.  Rly.  Co....
Burr,  J.   B	
Burr,  J.  B	
Harris,  Bros	
Chiddell, E	
Holmes, Wm	
Pybus, Wm	
Pybus,  W.  C	
Rich,  H.  N	
Pybus,   Wm	
Pybus,  XV.  (j	
Brown, E. S	
Brown, E. S	
nayle,   A	
Ellis,   W.   R	
Horn by, Wm	
Hornby, Wm	
Monkman. J   j	
Pybus,   Wm	
Siddall, W.  H	
Guichon,   Est.   L	
Guichon,   Est.   L	
Guichon,   Est.   L	
Dowding, Chas	
Mason,   Wm	
Read,  Est.,   A	
Davis,  C.   H	
Mason,   Mrs.   W	
Mason, A. H	
Black.   D	
Nelson. Jas	
Read,  Est.,  A	
McRae.   Jas	
Swan.  Geo	
Martinolich, A   ,
Cosullch,  A	
McCubbin, F	
Savage,   H	
Cape & Thomas
Taylor, L. D	
Savage,   H	
Savage,   H	
Savage,   H	
al  ..
Co.
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Tp. 5
 Tp. 5
 Gp. 2
 Tp. 3
 Tp. 3
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Op. 2
 G|3. 2
 Gp. 2
 Tp. 5
 Tp. 5
 Ti*. f,
 Tp. 5
 Tp   5
.   Tp. 3
 Tp. 5
 Tp. 5
 Tp. 5
 Tp. 5
 Gp. 2
 Op. 2
 Op. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
19.34
Lot 178, part	
Lot 178, part ./	
Sec. 14, NWH, part         80,0
23.  SW'i        180-0
176
30,
30,
175
111
179
112,
112,
172,
Sec.
Lot
Sec.
Sec.
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot 172,
Sea. 22,
Sec.
See.
Soc.
Sec.
Sec.
Sec.
Soc.
Sec.
Sec.
Lot
Lots 181
Lots 181
NEK   ������
NWH.
22,
22
IS,'
15,
15,
15,
13,
15,
138,
bv.	
wy,	
Part 	
Part 	
SE-4,  Part	
SW*4,   Part	
SE'4,  Part	
8W!4,   Part	
NWH,  Part       .-,.
NE'A, Part         ��_f.
sw-2     lfi
NE'/4,  Part          ��2.63
SHH4,  N%  8U*0t'
60.0
160.0
180.0
160.0
150.0
156.0
82.5
82.5
100.0
15.0
46.0
114.0
114.0
46.0
160.0
SEW.  Lot  4.
Part	
182 and part of Lot 138,'
1S2 and  part of Lot 138,
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
I Gp. 2
 Tp. 3
  Tp. 5
 Tp. 3
 Tp. 5
 Tn. 5
 TV. E
 Tp. 3
 Tp. 3
 Gp. 2
 Op. 2-
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
.: Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Tp. 6
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. a
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Go. 2
 G... 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
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Lots 181, 182 and part 138. Lot 6
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Norris,  Geo	
Swenson, Paul 	
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Wilson,  H	
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Savage,   H	
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Savage,   H	
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Savage,   H	
Bussanlch,  M	
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Anderson,   R	
Anderson,   R	
Anderson,   R	
Anderson.  R	
Jenson, N. A	
Jenson, N. A	
Kettles, Chas  	
Berney,  Jas	
Berney,  Jas	
Carter,  H	
Cosullch. A	
Bussanlch, M	
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Sellch,   M	
Trim,  Harry  	
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Davis,  C.   If	
Kettles. Chas	
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McCallum, Jas	
Kerr,   J.   E	
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59,  Lots 4 and 5	
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59. Lot 6	
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59.  Lot 7	
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59. Lot 8	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 aid
59. Lot 9	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
SB. Lot 10	
Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59. Lot 11   	
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59.  Lot 12 	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59.   Lot  13	
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59.   I A)t 15	
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59. Lot 16 	
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59, Lot 17 	
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59, Lot 18 	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 19	
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69, Lot 20 	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 21 	
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59, Lot 22 	
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Lots 64,  5*'.  56 an.I  57,   Lot   20,
I/ots 51. 55, 56 and 57, Lot 21.
Lots 51. .V,. 56 and 57. Lot- 33,
Lots 54.  55.  56 and  57.   Lot   23.
Lois  51.  55.   50  and  57,   Lit   23,
Lots 51.  55.  56 and  67,   Lot   21.
Lots  64,  55.   56  and   57,   Lot   25.
Lots 51,  .V,,  66 and  57.   Lot  2ti.
Lots  51.  55.   56  and   57.   Lot   27.
Lots 51, 56 56 and 57. Loi ffi...
Subdivision of portion  l.ot 54.
Subdlvlslnn of portion of Lot
Subdivision of portion Lot 54.
Subdivision  of  portion   Lot 54
Subdivision of portion  Lot
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and 9	
Lots 10, 11, 12 13. 14
Lots 15. 16. 17. IS, 19
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THE DELTA' TIMES
T^TPSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1914.
MlNHTL'Al.lTV  OF  l-KI.TA���1��14  ASSESSMENT���Continued.
Continued From Page Three.
Leary, D. E Ladner
Baker,  G.  T Ladner
Elliott,  J.  B Ladner
Lenry, Wm Ladner
Baker, (1. T Ladner
Baker, li. T Ladner
B. & K. Milling C*o Ladnar
B. & K. Milling Co Ladner
B. & K. Milling Uo Ladner
B, & K. Milling Co Ladner
McNeely, Mrs. A Ladner
MoNeely, Mrs. A Ladner
MoNeely, j��r*. A Ladner
MoNeely, Mrs. A Ladner
Maxwll, Win Ladner
Mills 11 Ladner
Mill.-*, H Ladner
Mills, II Ladner
Devereaux, H Ladner
Ormlston, Geo Ladner
EJUla,   \V.  H Ladner
MoNeely, Mrs. A Ladner
Taylor, A. dull Ladner
Foster. T. W Ladner
Ladner I. 0. O, F I.adner
Reagh, John  Lnilner
Baker & Williamson  I.adner
Rich & Green  I.adner
Smith. W. H I.adner
Baker .. Paterson Ladner
Lanning, Fawcett fi Wilson Ladner
McNeely, Mrs. A I.adner
MoNeely, Mrs. A I.adner
McNeely, Mrs. A Ladner
McNeely, Mrs. A I.adner
McNeely, Mrs. A I.adner
McNeely, Mrs. A I.adner
B, .'. Telephone Co I.adner
McRae, W Ladner
Tork, A Ladner
McNeely, Mrs. A I.adner
Pella   Municipality    Ladner
hoberts, A Ladner
Elliott, J. H Ladner
Mason Est.. E. E Ladner
Hnndfnrd. F Ladner
Calvert, B. T Ladner
Hartnell, Mrs. f Leaner
Oliver. Warren   Ladner
Slater,   H.   W Ladner
King, A. A Ladner
Lanning,  Mrs.  W.  J Ladner
King,   A.   A Ladner
Me.ne.   Mrs.   ,T.   A Ladnof
Moore,  Mrs.  J.  A Ladner
Cullis,  P Ladner
Grant,   ,T Ladner
Taylor.   W.    H Ladner
"Woodward,   Esther    Ladner
Oliver.   Warren     Ladner
Oliver.   Warren     Ladner
Woodward,   Esther     Ladner
Nnm   Lee    Ladner
Vork,   A , Ladner
Chin   Don    Ladner
York, J  Ladner
Rich.   H.   N Ladner
Carter.   A.   W Ladner
Carter,   A.   W Ladner
Baker.   O.   T Lailier
Spinning.   (.' Ladner
Holllngshead,  J.  W Ladner
Jordan.   Jos Ladner
Hong,   Utile    Ladner
McNeely,   Mrs.   A Ladner
Stokes,   R,   J Ladner
Jordan.   Jos    Ladner
Whitworth,   I Lidner
Jackson.   R.   S Ladner
Lewis,   Mrs.   E Ladner
Reagh,  J Ladner
Pplaning  C Ladner
Pown,  (' , Ladner
Down.   (' Ladner
Kershaw,   Mrs,   E Ladner
Down.  C Ladner
Down.  C Ladner
Down.  C Ladner
Down.  0 Ladner
Rich.   TI.   N Ladner
Carter,   A.   W Ladner
Eraser,   IT Ladner
Grant,   D.   B Gp. 2
Lord,   Mrs.   C Gp. 2
Bain    Gp. 2
Eyton, Tt.   C Ladner
Shntbolt,  Mrs.  A Ladner
Williamson,  J.  A Ladner
Todd.   Thos Ladner
Taylor.   A.   deR Ladner
Brown.  E.  A Ladner
Roberts,   A Ladner
MoDiarmid,  N.  A Ladner
Byron.   Geo Ladner
Walker, A  Ladner
Byron, Geo  Lndnir
Bantist church   Ladner
Bissau,   F Ladner
TTandford,  F Ladner
Handford,  F Ladner
Fawcett,   A.   T Ladner
Thorkle,  Thos    Ladner
Ladner,   Ella   B Ladner
Ladner Est.,  W.  H Ladner
Ladner Est..  W.  TT Ladner
Lnilner  Est.,   W.   TT Ladner
Ladner Est.,  W.  Tt Ladner
Ladner Est.,   W.   IT Ladner
Ladner  Est.,   W.   TI Ladner
Ladner  Est.,  W.  IT Ladner
Ladner Est.,   W.   It Ladner
Ladller  Est., W.  11 Ladner
Ladner  list.,   W.   H Ladner
M'Tnnls,   M.   C Ladner
Wilson.   Tl.   L Gn. 2
A. b.   c,   Packing Gp. 2
Ladner   Estate    Gp. 2
B. C.  Condensing Co Gp. 2
Ladrrtr   Estate    Gp. 2
Ladner   Estate    Op. 2
McKee,   Sr,.   John    (Ip. 2
Grant,   James    Gp. 2
Bath,   Wm Gp, 2
Monkman.   J.   J Gp. 2
Vict.  Term.   Rly,  Co Gp. 2
McKee,    David    A C,1>. 2
T.elnseth.   Anton    Gp. 2
Follis.   Jas Gp. 2
Grant,   Jas Gp. 2
Simpson.   .1 Gp. 2
Simpson,   J Gp   2
Whftworth,  l Gp. 2
Whitworth.   T Gp. 2
Devereaux,   R Gp. 2
Jordan, Jos op. 2
M.Kce,    David   A Gp, 2
Whitworth,   I Gp. 2
Whitworth,   I Gp. 2
Whitworth,   l Gp. 2
Whitworth.   1 Op, 2
Whitworth,   I -Gp. 2
Whitworth,   I G)i.2
Whitworth.   1 Gp. 2
Whit worth.   I Gp. 2
Thirkle,   Thos Op. 2
ThlrK'e,  Thos Qp, 2
Thlrkl-.   Tims dp. 2
T lylor,   A.   delt Op. '.'
Kills     I).    M Gp. 2
Beadleston,  c _^ Gp. 3
McKee,   Jno On, 2
l.a.lm r   Estate    Gp, 2
Lot IOD, Lots 6, 7, 8 and 9  ,
Lot 106, Lots 10, 11, 12, 13       """ '?-
Lot 106, Lots 14 to 18          "���"��� '-
1-ot 106, Lots 19 and 20 " '��?
Lot 106, ,Lot 72     '" 'Z
Lot 106, Lot 24           ""���' 'X
Lot 106, Lots 2,*,, 2G, 27    'jS
Lot 106,  Lot 2S  '?���
Lot 100,  Lot 211   !,,
I/Ot 100,  Lot 30  !  ,X
Ix>t 106, Lot 31   " 'JS
Lot 106,  Lot .12                         " 'J?
Lot 106, Lot 33  ....!..!! 18
Lot 100, Lot 34    l?
Lot 106, Lot 35 and 36       , 'S
Lot 106, Lot 38                               ' " "��
Lot 106,  Lot 39 ��
Lot 106,  Lot 40 "" ,2
Lot  106,   Lot   41 "'" 'J5
Lot 106, Lots 42, 43, 44     in
Lot  106,   Lot  45,  46         JX
Lot 106,  Lot 47   1,
Lot 106,  Lot 48    '"" iz
Lot 106,   Lot 411                       '"���" -,-
Lot 106,  Lot 50  '{2
Lot 106, Lot 52        -ii
I/ot 106,  Lot 58               ���.������...... ,ij
Lot 106; Lot 54  -,,
Lot 106,  Lot 55  ' '{|
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Lot 106,  Lot 61     '��
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Lot 106, Lot 65    ,!
Lot 106, Lot 66   ���}���
Lot 106, Lot 67    '15
Lot   106,  Lit 6S  "l5
Lot 106. Lot 69 and 70   'io
Lot 106,  Lot 71     ,_\\
Lot 106,  Lot 72    'is
Txit 106. Lot 73    'jS
Lot 106,  Lots 74 and 75  '��
Lot 106, Lots 76 and 77   35
Lot. 106. T-ots 78 and 79   *j
Lot 10(1, Lots 80 and 81    '30
Lot 106, Lot 82   '30
Lot  106, Lots SS and 81    '30
Lot 106, Lots 85, S6, 87  \__
Lot 106.  Lots S8, 89     ,19
Lot 106, Lots 90, 91    49
I/it 106,  Lot 92   '.20
Lot 106,  Lot 93    20
Lot 106,  Lot 94    20
Lot 106,  Lot 95  20
Lot   106,   Lot   A  ,g3
Lot 106, Lot B    2.00
T.ot 106, Lot C, .part   20
Lot 106. Lot C, part   43
Lot 106, Lot C, part   '__,
Lot 106, Lot C, part  ,v  '20
Lot 106, Lot C, part   ,29
Lot 100, Lot D, part   .20
Lot 106. Ixit E. part   1.05
Lot 106,  Lot F    .50
Lot 106, Lot I. part   .10
Lot 106, Lot J, part  12
Lot 106, Lot L, part  20
Lot 106, Lot L. part   50
Lot 106, Lot M,  part  ,25
Lot 106, Lot M,  part 20
Lot 106, Lot P part  3.95
Lot 106, Lot 96    .08
Lot 106, Lots 97,  98, 99  .51
Lot 106, Lots 100 to 103    .80
Lot 106,  Lot 104    .20
Lot 106,  Lot 105    .20
Lot 106,  Lot 106    .20
Lot 106, Lot 107   .20
Lot 106,  Lot 108   ,20
Lot 106, Lot 109    .20
Lot 106, J.ots 110 and 111   .45
Lot 106.  1/ot 112    .25
Lot 106, Lot 113    .20
Ixit 106, Lot ID    .20
Lot 106,  Lot 115    .15
Lot 1116, Lot 116    ,32
Lot 106, Lot 117    .15
Lot 106, Lot 118   .15
Lot 106. Lots 119, 120  .65
T.ot 106, part (East ot F)  .50
Lot 106, part (East ot 113)  .50
Lot 106, Lot 122    .65
Lot 106,  I/Ot.s 123 and 124    ,40
Lot 106, Lots 125 and 126   .40
Lot 106, Lots 127 and 128   ,40
Lot 106,  Lot 130    1.00
Lot 106, Lots 131 and 132   .83
Lot 106,  Lot 133   ,S4
Lot 106, Lots 134 and 135   .40
Lot 106, Lot 136    .20
Lot 106,  Lot 137     .20
Lot 106,  T/ot.138   ,3!
Lot 106, Lot 139    .15
Lot 106, Lot 141    .20
Lot 106, Lot 142   .20
Lot 106     Lot 143 and 144    .49
Lot 106, Lot 115   ,20
Lot UK!, l_ot 146   ,29
Lot 106,  I,ot 147    .20
Lot 106,  Lot 148    .29
Lot  106,   Lot  149     .29
Lot 106, T.ot 150    ,09
Lot 108,  Lot 151     .29
Lot 106, T.ot 152    .20
Let  106,  153     ,20
Lot   106.  154     .30
I.ot 106,  Lot 155   20
Lot 106, Lot I56   ,-,
Lot  106,  Ixit  157    31
Lot 106, Lots 158 to 161. part   .80
Lot 106, portion north ot Westham St... 110
Lot 106, portion north of Westham St... 0 ng
Lot 106. Subdivision portions 106 and 115, ft* "'"    ��� ��-
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Lot  106,   part     324
Lot 106, part    3 6",
Lot 106.  part     'jS
Lot 106,  nart     '011
Lot  1%,  115,  part  u.45
Lot 115,  part     jJm
Lot 115, .pnrt    oil
Lot   115.   pari     954
Lot   115.   part     j'jo
Lot   115,   part     Hn
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Lol   115,   part     19 n
Lot   115,   part     9 22
Lot 115.   part     2V.I7
Lot  115,  part    ��gg
Lot 115,   part     ''ly.
Lot 115,  part    l���;2ft
Lot   118,  part     150
Lot  115,  part       i'm
Lot 115,  pnrt    b'S
Lot   115,   part     V,-,o
I.ot   115,   part     igijj
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Lot 115. Subdivision of part, Lot 2  S'iK
Lot   115.  Subdivision  of  part.  Lot  3  ix*���.
Lot   115, Subdivision  ef  part, T.ot 4  ~.,-'
Lot  115.  Subdivision or part.  Lot 5  ,'���'.,��
Lot  115.  Subdivision of part,   Lot 6  ",,;,.'.,
Loi  115. Subdivision of part. Lot 7  S'S
Lot   11.",,  Subdivision  of  part.   Lot  S  ".'-'
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Lot   115 and  106,  part     '���',,
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1895, Repair By-law 1914.
3, This by-law may he cited ns the "Delta Dyke nnd   Drain  By-law,
I line  ami   passed   in  open  Council tlie 8th day ol' August, 11)14.
Reconsidered  and  finally  passed  the day ol' , 1014. '.
(Seal)
A.  D,   I'ATKTtSO.V,
Reeve.
N.   A.   McDIARMID,
C   M   ('
I hereby rertl.y that the rorcgolnc by-law is a true copy ot a by-law provisionally passed on Saturday
August  S,  1014. _____^   ���, ��� '        ��� >,
i N.   A.   M.-DIARMID,
Clerk Municipal Council
Notice  Is hereby  given  that  nny person  intending to apply  to  hive the above mentioned by-law or nnv
part   thereol (-unshod, must not Inter llian ten   (lb)   days alter the Html   passing  tliereot,    serve    notlc *   in
writing upon the Tteeve and upn.i the Clerk of the Municipality of his intention   to   make  apMlloatlon   to the
Supreme Court during the thirty (30)  days next ensuing after the final pasing of this by-law.
N. A. McDIARMID,
Clerk Municipal Council.
MUOTC-PAMTY OF DELT 4.
By-law So,
16111.99  $21216.88  IU80O.88  187088,99  $1861,110
WU i   AUSTBIANS.
!       \I-.VY ZK.11<..M*KI<S EXULT.
CI-.TTIN.IK. Aug. 31.���Ten thousand Austrians attacked the Montenegrin position on Mt. I.ochven on
Sundny, according to advices received here, anil silenced two Monte-
t.egrin batteries, when French nnd
British  warships arrived and shelled
the Austrian forces,    'l'he Montenegrins    subsequently    charged    the
enemy,  routing them.   They  retreat
ed toward Cattaro, abandoning their
artillery.
London. Aug. :ti.���New Zealand-
ers here are elated over the news
that their expeditionary forco has
In en the first overseas body to win
n remarkable victory   in   this war.
I Alter sailing nearly '.'lino miles they
have taken (ierman Samoa, where
329 Germans controlled the natives
upon  ih*     German  islands    of the
(group. The largest of these were
Savai) and (Jpolu, wiili Porl Apia
I he ehief town.
PBOTBBT IH ENTERED.
PROCTOR, Sept. 2.���A special
meeting of the Proctor and District
Conservative Association wait held on
Monday to discuss the proposal made
before llie provincial redistribution
commission in Nelson that the West
Arm as far as I'roi-tor should he
Included In the Nelson electoral district Instead or the Ymlr electoral
district and a very strong protest
was passed and forwarded to W. P.
'Ogllvle, secretary to the commission.
A By-lun to I'l-ovide for Repairs (or the Mud Bay Flats Dyking and Drainage Works and to Borrow the
Sum of Twenty-two Thousand Six Hundred and Ninety-eight Dollars and Seventy-four Cents (922,098.
71) to Carr)- Out Such Repairs.    Provisionally adopted the 11th Day of July, 1014.
Whereas the Municipal Council ot herewith a statement and plans re council does not deem It exneii
the  Corporation  of   tne  District  of the work which has been done and levy the said cost in one n* tr>
Delta on the 2'iui day   of October, also that which has yet to be done, it is expedient to borrow ^tT* a""*
1&D2, duly passed the "Delta Dyke On account of the old flood gate at sum for the nurnose aitnrn   ii.6 sa-d
and Drain By-law No. 1" to provide the mouth of the Big Slough toeing      The Mlln,.,n , ���    foresaid
for  the  dyking  and   draining  of  a washed out this last July it is neces- noration  nf Jn    t-.,0.     * of the Cor-
iKirtion of the Municipality of Delta sary  to  construct  a concrete  flood therei-m-*.        !ie Dl8trlct    of    Delta
known as the Mud Bay Flats Dyking gate  which  will  be    a    permanent .,.? eUttcts aa follows;
and Draining Works and to borrow structure.     We also find that 1500 -,.""    -���&t *to sum of Twenty-twr
the sum of $28,812.00 lor completing feet of sixteen foot dr and cedar ,pil- ���'"ousand, Six Hundred and Ninety
the same. ing driven eight feet in the ground ***** dollars and Seventy-four cents
And whereas iby Section 124 of the has already been driven at the toe '���'=-���098.74j     be borrowed on ��i
"Municipal Act" it is the duty of the of the dyke on the Boundary Bay "edl| oi t^e    Corporation    of   ������!
Municipality  making  such   work  to side, and that it will be necessary to ^'strict   of  Delta,   being  the  fund
preserve, maintain and keep in re- drive 500 feet more to ensure pres- ntcessary for the preservation iuair.b
pair the same at the expense of the ent protection.    Also that the slough bianco and repair of the Mud Bav
lands and roads benefited. along the East    Boundary    of    the *js!ls   Dyking  and   Draining   works
And whereas it ls provided by Sec-  Northeast  one   quarter,   section   34, an<i that debentures of the Cornora
tlon 127 or the "Municipal Act" that Township 3 and also along the quar- "on  to  the amount of  Twenty-two
where  the  repairs  required     to  be ter section line running west of dec- Thousand, Six Hundred and Nlnetv
made are so expensive that the Mu-  tions   34,   33   and   32   to   the   west e|8bt dollars and Seventy-4our cents
nicipal Council does not deem it ex- boundary of section 22 has filled up (?22,6!)8.74j   be issued  In sums at
pedlent to levy the cost  thereof in to practically prohibit drainage and nul  >e*t> than One Hundred Dollar
one year, the council may pass a by- sbould be pumped and cleanad out. ($100.00)   each and payable twenty
law to borrow upon the debentures  Also that the cost    maintenance of (*��)  years from the    date   thereof
of the municipality the funds neces- the dyke has considerably exceeded wilh lutercst at the rate of Five ner
sary for the work and to assess and  the money which has heen set aside centum   (5  p.c.)   per    annum   such
levy  upoii  the property benefited a  for that purpose.    We include also a debentures both as to prinicapl ami
special  rate sufficient for  the  pay- description of those portions affected Interest to be payable at the Royal
ment ol the principal and interest of and estimate of cost and also a re- kank of Canada In the City of T0.
the debentures vised assessment schedule which ap- r��mto In the Province of Ontario  or
And whereas, the council procured  proaches a pro acreage assessment. la the said Bank in Ladner In the
an examination    to    be    made    by      We recommend these to your at- treal In the Province of Quebec   or
Messrs. Burnett & McGugan, survey- tention and any further orders await ln tne Said Bank in Ladner in 'the
ors,   being   persons   comipatonlt   for your commands. province of British Columbia   or in
that purpose,    of said    dyking    and      We have the honor to  be yours the said Bank In the City of London
drainage works, and estimates of the very   truly, England,   or  the said  Bank  in  the
repairs to be made and an assessment RiiRMFnT &  MoPftpav City of New York   in    the    United
to be made by them of the real pro- BURNETT & McGUGAN, statrg of Amerka   and �� ha^*tfle.<1
perty to he benefited by the said re- Fer D. J. McGugan. tached to them coupons for the Dav
pairs stating as nearly as they can  Estimate of Cost of Works on Drain- ment of interest. y~
the  proportion  of  benefit  which  in        age and Protection of Dyke in 2.    That for the purpose of n
their  opinion   will    be  derived    ln East Delta. Ing  the said sum    of    Twentv twn
consequence of such repairs by every Flood  Gate as  per con- Thousand, Six Hundred and Ninptv
section   or   portion   of   section,   the      tract including lnspec- eight Dollars and Seventy-four non*.
said  assessment so made being the      tion,  e.c    $  8.500.00 ��$22,6.8.74)     being    the    .nl,,,
assessment  hereinafter  by  this  by- Cleaning  Slough   In Sec. charged against the said landsTn ?
law  enacted  to    be    assessed    and       32, 33 and 34 Twp. 3 be   benefitted as   aforesaid    anrt tn
levied upon the sections hereinafter      as per contract          5,500.00 cover   interest   thereon   for   twpni
in that behalf specially set forth and  1500   feet cedar and  fir years at the rale of five ner centum
described and the report of the said      piling  already  in  the (5   p.m.)   per annum the following
Burnett     &  McGugan    in     respect      'ground          3,320.00 special rate over and above all other
thereol being as follows: 500   feet    piling     (fir), rates shall be assessed and levied  in
New Westminster, B.C., $1.25 per lineal ft . .. 625.00 the same  manner and at    hi
August 4th, 1914. Arrears  (Monies expend- time as taxes are levied   noon the
To His Worship the Reeve and Coun-      ed on maintenance)   .       3,500.00 undermentioned sections and    nm*.
eillors of Delta Engineering and  contin- of sections and the amount of said
Gentlemen���We have the honor to      igencies           1,153.74 special rate and interest assessed aa
report to you that we have accord-   aforesaid against each section or n-m
Ing to your instructions made an ex- $22,698.74 of  section  respectively  shall  ho di
animation and the necessary surveys      And whereas It is necessary to ex- vlded   into  twenty equal  Darts and
of a portion of the East Delta Dyke pend the sum of Twenty-two Thou- one such part ne assessed and levied
facing sections 35, 34 and 27, town- sand, Six Hundred and Ninety-eight as aforesaid in each year for twantv
ship 3 and the drainage facilities of  dollars    and       Seventy-four    cents vears after the fln-ii n-iosinc- nt Wt.
the West End of the    East    Delta  ($22,698.74)   to  preserve,   maintain bylaw   during   which   the   sad   ds
drainage system and beg to submit  and  repair the said  work  and  the bentures have run.
Nominal Owner nt Property.
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Down, Chas	
Smith. Mrs. S. L,	
Paterson, T.  W	
Down,    Chas	
Montgomery, D	
Honeyman, Jno	
Taylor, A.  Del.	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co	
Curtis,   VV.   E	
Victoria Terminal Illy. Co	
Paterson. T.  W	
Paterson, T.   W	
"KltUon, R. B., Estate 	
Victoria Terminal Kly. Oo	
Everett,  11	
Huff,   Seymour   	
Victoria Terminal Kly. Co	
Paterson, T.  \\.  	
Paterson, T. W	
Victoria Terminal Rly, Co	
Brown,  Chris  	
Dennis,   Geo	
Kurd.   IH.   J	
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Embree,   I.,   W	
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tCont-nuod  on  Fifth  Fago.) THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1014.
THE DELTA TIMES
MUNICIPALITY OP DELTA.
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FORCED TO SELL POULTRY.
3.    This Bylaw may be cited as the "Mud Bay Flats Dyking and Draining Works Repair Bylaw. 1914."
Done and Passed in Open Council the 8th day of August, 1914. *-*������*-.�����.
Reconsidered   and   finally   passed the day of   ' 1914
N.   A.  McDIARMID, A. D.  PATERSON,
1 C.M.C. Reeve.
1 hfr_,by,.ic,e_tl*y tnat the foreS��lne By-law is a true copy of a By-law provisionally passed on Saturday,
August 8th, 1914. N   A  McDIARMID,
���-��� ���      ... ,   , Clerk Municipal Council.
Notice Is hereby given that any person intending to apply to have the above mentioned by-law or any
part thereof quashed must not later than ten   (10)   days after the final passing thereof,  serve  a  notice in
writing upon the Reeve and upon the Clerk of the Municipality of his intention to make application for that
purpose to the Supreme Court, during the thirty (30) days next ensuing after the final passing of this Bylaw.
N. A. McDIARMID,
Clerk Municipal Council.
EXTRA BRIGADE
IS NECESSARY
This Will He I'sed to Komi Nucleus
of Second Canadian Overseas
Contingent.
EARLY CLOSING OF
SALOONS IS URGED
Westminster     Presbytery    lu*f**-o*iu-
mend* 7 p.m.���Also (limiting of
Xo   Further  Licenses.
VALCARTIER, Que.. Sept. _.������
Plans were announced last night by
Col, Willialha regarding O-ganl.a*-
iou     of    Canadian     expeditionary
I J^ torces. The camp has been organ-
l'i i^ed  into   16   battalions  Instead   of
I 12  as planned  originally and  four
brigades instead of three.
Only three brigades will Le
taken with the first contingent, the
other brigade or battalions, 1 rob-
ably 8000 men, being left uehJnd
to form the nucleus of a b.c.iid
division.
Col. Williams stated that the surplus of volunteers, there now being
over 30,000 men In camp, and two
or three thousand on the toad,
made it necessary to form an extra
brigade.
The battalion commanders chosen
are as follows:
Lieut.-Col. Huxford, 27th Light
Horae; Lieut.-Col. Rattray, 2Mb
Black Horse; Major Lipsett, general
staff; Lieut.-Col. Rogers, Lieut.-Col.
McLeod, 71st Regiment; Lieut.-Col.
Rennle, Queen's Ownj Lieut.-Col.
Hill, 44th Regiment; Lieut.-Col.
Worthington, 3rd Mounted Brigade;
Col. Buell, 41st Regiment; Lieut.-
Lol. Leckie, 72nd Regiment; Lieut.-
Col. Meighen, 1st Regiment; Lieut-
C.,1. Loomis, 7th Regiment; Lieut.-
Col. Currie, 4th Highlanders.
Three more are to be appointed
later.
STRAWBERRY HILL NEWS.
STRAWBERRY HILL, Aug. 31.���
Louis Kirk returned home from the
Vancouver General Hospital on
Thursday accompanied by her mother and friends by auto.
Mr. George Price, who enlisted to
serve his King in the third company
of Irish Fusiliers, left Vancouver for
the front, with the first to leave.
Mr. F. Kearsley and his youngest
sou William, of the 104th New Westminster Fusiliers, left for Vancouver Island last week, with that regiment.
Mr. D, Campbell and Mr. J. McClelland, who were well known here
as past residents of the Hill, have
joined the 104th Regiment for the
front.
The regular meeting of the Farmers' Institute will be held on Saturday, September 5 at 8 p.m. Several
ni itters of interest are to be discussed.
On Friday evening last a whist
drive and dance was held in connection with the Women's Institute.
There was a fair attendance and a
very enjoyable time was spent. Mrs.
A Walden won the lady's prize and
was presented with a very dainty
pair of ornaments, and Mr. Frank
Mearns, the gentleman's prize In the
form of an ash tray and cigar holder. Refreshments were then served
to the sa'isfaction of all, followed by
a dance. Mr. W. Atchison provided
the music fo- the occasion.
It is rumored that th" exh bltlon
will be postponed this year on account of the war, as suggested by the
Superintendent of Institutes. It U
said that a concert will be arranged
In Its place. The matter will be
settled at the next meeting of the
Farmers' Institute.
The Fraser Valley Development
Lraeue are arranging for a meeting
to be held nt East Delta, on some
f'ture date ln order to get in closer
contact with the producers in that
locality.
NAAS AXD H.  It.  RAILWAY.
At a meeting of the Westminster
Presbytery held in Knox church,
Collingwood, Tuesday, attention
was called to the movement sweeping over Alberta to close the saloons
during war time. This is not only
because it is claimed that all economic burdens ought to be removed
at such a time, but also because of
the undue excitement and far greater excitement in times of the arrival of news ot some great victory,
The Presbytery in discussing the
matter, lelt that it would not care
tc inaugurate such a movement in
B. C. right now, but enthusiastically
declared itself in favor of two
measures of precaution.
Kirst, that saloons should be closed every night at 7 o'clock, and second, that the government shoulld
prohibit the granting of any more licenses at tlie present time. Indignation was expressed at the possibility of Aldergrove receiving a licensed bar. As this is a purely residential and rural community, and
it is felt that every organization in
the province should unite in a vigorous and unsparing denunciation, in
case ot that license being granted in
such a time as this. Great praise
was accorded the commanding officers of the various regiments for the
splendid and sober conduct of all
their men,
Another interesting Incident in the
meeting was the appearance of Rev.
Mr. Wallace of the Pacific Coast
Mission boat Graphona. In the past
three months with his medical assistant he has visited sixty-six different logg rs' camps and sailed 1500
mile.. Over fifty cases of sickness
have been relieved, many of them
ln the most inaccessible regions.
The next meeting of the Presbytery will be held on November 10
at Abbotsford.
GERMANS TURN
FRENCH LEFT
Wing Retires to Avoid Battle Under
I'nfntoiablo Conditions���Centre
Holds  Like Bull  Dog.
LANGLEY  PROPERTY  INVOLVED
Beavis and Nelson  Seek to Recover
Quarter   Nectlon   l>ou-*ht   By
Mortgagee at Tmc Snle.
Involving a quarter-station in
Range 7, Langley, a tax sale case is
proceeding before Mr Justice Murphy In the Supreme Court, Vancouver, under the title of Beavis and
Nelson against the Municipality of
Langley and Mrs. Jenny Stuart. The
land In question���160 acres In the
southeast quarter of section 13���
vas sold for arrears in tax��s i-.i 1001.
The purchaser from the municipality
vas Mrb. Stuart, who held a mortgage on the property. Tne plaintiffs are now suing tn recover possession, on the grounds that the rax
sale proceedings were irregular. One
of the claims is that, even if proper
title was conferred under the sale,
the plaintiffs still have right of redemption, because of Mrs. Stuart
having purchased when a mortgagee.
WOLF   SHOT   IN   SLOCAN.
Sl.OCAN* CITY. B.C., Spot. 2.���A
your a wolf was shot on Wednesday
evening by William Hicks.
PARIS, Sept. 2.���The following
official statement was issued by the
War Office last night:
"On our left wing as a result of
the turning movement of the German
army and in order not to accept bat-
tie under unfavorable conditions, our
troops retired toward the south and
southwest. In the region of Rethel
our forces have arrested the enemy
momentarily, in the centre and on
the right the situation remains unchanged.
"An American committee organized by the American ambassador and
Including the most prominent meni-
j bers of  the American colony asked
j the Minister of War for proofs that
j bombs were dropped on Paris from
la  German   machine.     The  Minister
j of War  presented proof, which  de-
i elded  the  Ambassador  to cable  his
j government a report    of    the    war
methods which are not only contrary
Jto humanity, but in violation of the
convention of The Hague, signed by
Germany itself.
U. S. Asked to Protest.
"The committee has decided to ask
the American government while remaining neutral to protest energetically to the German government.
"A squadron of armored aeroplanes have been ordered to give
chase to the German aeroplanes
which have been flying over Paris."
The report that the aeroplane
which dropped bombs on Monday afternoon had been brought down by
the fire of machine guns in the outskirts of Paris, has not been confirmed, but lt Is certain that lt was
struck, because it distinctly was seen
to careen before it disappeared from
the view of those who were watching in the city.
Holding' Like Bull Dog.
"Our line is holding like a bull
dog in the centre," said the Minister
of War, M. Millerand yesterday, as
he left his office after a conference
1 with General Galieni, military governor of Paris. He refused to make
any further comments on the situation, but he showed no trace* of
anxiety.
\ German monoplane dropped two
more bombs in the streets of Paris
about  6:30  o'clock last  evening.
I liembs  Fall  Harmlessly.
I     The cnerations    of    tho    German
aeroplanes  over Paris    have    been
watched   with ' equanimity    by  the
j people,     The first day uhe op-rations
caused some nervousness among the
1 women;   the   second  day  It   was  already an old story and the third day
they provoked for the most purt sar-
ciPt'c remarks about the Inefficiency
0' the German marksmanship.
I     \   German   monoplane  dropped  a
bomb at 'he P.ue Mlohodlere nnd the
Rue De Quatre Septembre, near the
Credit   Lyonalse,     yesterday     afternoon.     A gun mounted on the bank
1 fl'-f d four shell" Bt the nrronlane nnd
two English  infantrymen   fired  their
rifles  repeatedly.
Another bomb was d*or��ped near
St. Lazarre station. Neither did any
damaigo,
High  Prices  Cunse  Farmers to Sell
Their Chickens nt Weekly Market���Prices Good- ��,
On account of the farmers being
forced to sell their poultry because
of the high prices of feed, the chicken division of the Fraser Valley Market held at New Westminster, Friday morning, August 28, was unusually large. In spite of the extra
supply the price remained at a good
figure for dressed chickens, but the
quotation for live weight was extremely low. The dressed chickens
brought 25 to 27 cents per pound
for springs and 20 to 22 cents tlie
pound for hens. The prevailing price
i for live poultry was 15 cents the
jpound.
Fruits and   vegetables   from    the
j Delta  in  good  quantities and  of    a
j good   variety,   sold   very   rapidly   at
i reasonable prices.    Pears made their
I first  appearance     and  went  $1   the
box.    Other prices were satisfactory.
There was a good attendance.
Tlie following prices were quoted:
Wholesale  Poultry.
1 Poultry,  live  weight    15c
I Chickens, broilers, per lb. 15c to 16c
Ducks, live weight    13c to 14c
Retail Poultry.
Spring Chickens,  dressed    25c
j Hens,  dressed,  per  lb ( 20c
Squabs, each    80c
Vegetables.
I Potatoes, per sackr $1.25
j Potatoes, per ton   $20
i Carrots, per sack     75c
j Cabbages, per sack 75c
1 Turnips, per sack 75c
I Lettuce, per bunch 5c
Sweet Corn, per dozen 20c
I Onions, green, per bunch, 3 for 5c
jAsparagus, two bunches tdt . .. 15c
j String beans, per lb. . . .2 l-2c lo 5c
Parsnips, per sack     75c
i Parsley, per bunch 5c
j Celery, per bunch      5c
Peas, per lb 2 l-2c to 6c
i Cucumbers, each    5c to 10c
Cauliflower, per head . . . 10c to 15c
j Radishes, two bunches for 5c
jTomatoes, per lb 5c to 10c
I Green tomatoes, per lb uc
|Cabl)age6, per head 5c to 15c
jTurnips, per bunch, 3 for 6c
|Endive, 3 heads for 10c
'Mint,   per  bunch       5c
Ksa*  and  Butter.
J Eggs,   retail    . . 40c
Eggs,   wholesale     35c
Butter, retail, per ]b 40c
Butter, wholesale, per lb 30c
Pure Cream Cheese, per lb 50c
Cottage Cheese, per lb    10c
Devonshire Cream, per pint . ..  45c
Honey, per lb   20: to 25c
Wholesale Me-**-.
Pork, per lb  10c to 10*4c
Pork (salt) per lb 13c
Pigs, small, each $2 to $5
Mutton, per lb 22c
Leg  of  Mutton,  per lb 22c
Veal, medium, per lb 16 l-2c
Veal, large, per lb. .... . 12c to 15c
Retail Meats.
Beef,  best rib roasts. ... 22c to  25c
Beef,  loin    28c  to  30c
Beef,  short  loiu    30c
Beef,   sirloin    27c
Boiling beefs  12%c to 15c
Beef,  pot roast    18c
Pork     20c to 25c
Pork Chops      18c
Mutton      18c to 20c
Leg of Mutton    25e
Sugar cured corned pork 15c to 20d
Home-made pork sausiig. 15c to 20c
CARTRIDGES
U.M.C
No. 10, No. 12 and No. 16
New Remington No. 12
70c Box
Nitro Clnb No. 12
75c Box
Cl.ment& Lambert
BICYCLES
AND REPAIRS
Automobile Accessories,
Oils and Gasoline
Agents for Pennsylvania
Oil Froof Vacuum Cup
Tyres and Special Ford
Type.
Taylor Electric Co.
Phone L60. Ladner
Clearing Operations nt  Prince H11-
pert Aro Snld to He for This
Company's  Terminal.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., Sept. 2.
������Authentic Infofrmatlon hns been
received ln the city that the clearing operations In progress across the
harbor are for the terminal of the
Naas and Hudson's Bay Railway.
OLD-TIMER IS DROWNED.
PRINCE RUPERT. B.C., S-pt. -���
���Mr. .1. II. Thompson, In the fruit
and fish business here, and a ���*- 11
known nld-time resident, \v.-\s found
drowned In the harbor yesterday.
Tito body was discovered floating,
and had evidently been only n short
time ln the water. He Is belle.���������I
to have been overcome with heart
failure and fallen Into the water
WAR NEWS
BI-WEEKLY SERVICE.
PRINCE Rupert, Sept. 2���Commencing yesterday the Grand Trunk
Pacific inaugurated a through service from Prince Rupert to Edmonton n-ii! Winnipeg. For the prfsent
the lervIC* will be twice a week, the
trains 'paving Prince Rup'-rt on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10 a.m.
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Raten    $3.00 Per Yeas 25c Per Month
Daily  Province,  Vancouver,  B. C.
Salted  Pigs' Head,  ID    8c
Pickled Pigs' shanks, per lb. ... 10c
Sugar cured hogs' heads, lb. ... 8c
Sugar cured corned beef, lb. ... 15c
Picnic Hams, lb   14c
Pure Lard   15c to 16c
Sugar eured  bacon       22c
Sugar cured boneless ham 25c
Spring lamb, fore (jr., each . . .$1.50
Spring Iamb, hind qr.. each .. . $2.50
Flsh.
Red Spring salmon, per lb. .. 12%
White Spring salmon, each  .... 50c
Sockeye salmon, each SOc
Fresh Herring, 3 lbs. fpr 25c
Smelt,  per lb       10c
Sturgeon, per lb    lnt
Shad,  per lb 15c
Crttbs. extra large, 2 for 25o
Soles, per lb   10c
God,   per  lb  .    12   1-"
Halibut, per lb 10c
Flounders,  iter lb    8c
Skate,  per lb    xr
Tommy Cod,  lb    8c
Flowers,
Carnations,   2   dozen       26c
Pint-fl, per doz., 2 for      16c
I Cut Iris, per doz 25o
Flowering plants,  2  for       25c
(!eraniuiu8, per doz.  . .   II to |i.50
: Dahlias,  each       10c
jflallnrdlns.  per doz ,...16<
Sweet Peas, per bunch .... 5c to 15c
Cut Roses, per doz. . . . 10c to 25c
��� Baby  Rambler Rose In bloom..   25c
Cut  Slocks,   per  doz       25
f i.e bushel, each    ... 860 and 50c
Gladiolus,   per  doz 25c
Fruits.
Blackberries,   1  boxes tor 86c
Peaches, per box .... 75c to $1.00
Farly Apples, per bos so,- to $1.26
Plums, per box SOc to SOc
Crab   Apples,   per  I,ox    $ 1.00
: Pears,   per  box    $1.00 |
NEW REGIMENT PARADES.
PRINCE RCPERT, Sept. 2.���The
flr?t parade of Prince Rupert's new
regiment was greeted by an enthusiastic concourse yesterday. Many
applications bave been received from
t> Into |n the district for enlistment
fo: service at the front.
The Ladner - Steveston
Terry Service
Fall and Winter Service
Beginning September 1st, the
Steamer Sonoma will run on her fall
and winter service as follows:
Leaves Ladner, 8:30 a. m. and
3:.0 p. 111.
Vancouver passengers can make
connection by taking the 8:30 a. m.
and 3:30 p. m. cars at Granville
street bridge station.
New Westminster passengers
should tnke the Eburne cars 8:00 a,
m, nnd 3:00 p. m. and change at
Eburne lo the Steveston cars.
G. W. BREWSTER,
Manager.
InAnyWalK
���T ifc our Classified Want Ada.
wiH help yarn.
If you want a potiuon, ytm can
rack the best employers.
If you want help you can set the
-Mat efficient.
��   Money to loan or money to bor-
imm Want Ads. cover thc entire field.
THE   DELTA   TIMES
iCONDENBBD      ADVERTIMMBNTSI
For Sale, For Exchange Wanted to
Purchase, To Let. Lost. Found, Work
Wanted. Situations Vacant, I cant par
word. Minimum, 25 centa tor any one
advt. These rates for cash with ordor
All Want Ada. must be In by t P.M.
on Thuraday.
FOR SALE���For sale cheap one ntw
Massey-Harrls "Great West" Separator. Will sell cheap tor cash
or will trade for st.ck or product.
Terms If required. Machine eaa
be seen at Windebank's Lumber
Yard, Mission City.
Mineral and
Soda Waters
J. HENLEY
New Westminster, B. C.
Manufacturer  of  Soda   Water,
Ginger Ale,  and all  Kinds of
.Slimmer Drinks,
Your Patronage Solicited.
Delta Motor Transfer
Freight Service Dally to and
from Vancouver, Kburne,
I.adner.
Van. Phone Sej. T54 Ladner 65
HERB. I.I.K.H   Mgr.
Perry Auto Stage
ladder-Vancouver Service
Auto leaves corner Fraser
Arm and River Hoad 6:45,
8:.�� and 9:45 a.m., and 1:15,
3:15 and 5:45 p.m. Sundays,
8:4_, 0:45 am.; 1:15, 2:45,
5:45 antl 6:46, p.m. Conneel-
Ing with all ferries at Wood-
tvard's Landing.
Fare !.."> rents���Ferry  Free,
DRS. WILSON �� WILSON
PHYSICIANS
AND  SURGEONS
Oddfellows' Building
Ladner
General Office Hours
Dit. IO. L. THOMPSON
Dentist.
Sensitive cavities    prepared    a.id
filled   absolutely  painlessly     by  the
new nttrous-oxlde-oxygen method.
Ebume Station, 11. c.
Plume Bburne 111
"What's Your Flue Number?"
Can You Answer This Question
U not, don't you know you are
.using business and running risk.
Wha.t Is more necessary than a telephone in case of sickness or fire?
Delta   Telephone   Co,   Ltd.
VOl'K BOMB COMPANY.
A PUBLIC MEEIING
There will be u public meeting
Saturday, September 6, r.tl4. at ��
p.m., in the Council Chamber, Ladner, for the purpose of discussing the
matter of giving assistance to the
war fund.
A, D, PATERSON,
Ui- >ve.
OIL   P-DOM   REVIVES.      -
CA1 OAKY, Sept. 2.���The oil excitement hns been revived by news
'���: .'. D'ngman No, 2 has struck a rich
l>ml*��t at 1600 feet today, and that
n-n-mnn No. 1 is globing with sufficient force to flow Into Sheep
crr*e't.
INDIANS OONTRIBUTE.
LITTLE CURRENT, Ont., Aug, 28
Manltonhn Indians nre showing
their loyally In a very practical
manner by requesting tbe Depart-
ment of Indian Affairs, Ottawa, to
pay io the Canadian war fund out
of the Indian lund various stuns, as
agreed  upon by each  band.
MORATORIUM  EXTENDED.
LONDON. Sept. 1.���Mr. Lloyd-
Cteorge, chancellor of the exchequer,
announced In the House of Commons yesurdny that the moratorium
w ,1::,1 be cxtanded tor .. mouth,
STEFANSSON is EXPLORING.
AGAIN BOMBARDBD.
LONDON Sept. 2.���An Amsterdam dispatch to the Central News
says the town of M.tllnes was attain
b tnbarded yesterday.
BANK GIVES $-*">.<m*o.
OTTAWA. Sept. 1.���The dlrec-
lors-.of tlic Bank of Ottawa have voted $26,000 to the Canadian Patriotic
Fund.
-    :''-;  stppn  cnugM,  euro  coldt. and  henl*
-* ! ���-?. 1 ljn_*i. ::        ss cent*
NO SCARCITY OF FOOD.
1 ONDON, Aug. 87.���There is
still no scarcity of food supply lipro
��� Kcepl for a Bhnrtime In i-lirese.
Only Canadian is available now at
-ixty shillings per cwt. The rise
probably will be permanent owing
to the war risk anil higher freights,
Arctic   Explorer  and  Two   Men   Are
Heading .fort.- in Search ol
New Lend,
NOME, Alaska, Sept I.���The
gasoline schooner King and Wlnge,
wblcb has arrived hero from Point
Harrow, Alaska, brought news that
Stefannsnn, 8 tor ker Storkensen and
Ole Anderson, set OUt front Martin
Point, east of the mouth of Barter
River, on  March 22 last, with six
dogs, ,-t Bled, two rifles and plenty of
ammunition, heading straight north
over the Ice In sea nit of new land.
a supporting party ((imposed of
Hurt McConnell, Crawford and
Johnson accompanied Stefansson
rtxteen days due north on the sea
Ice, and then returned, reaching
shore  April   16.
AMBULANCE  CORPS   ENTRAINS.
TORONTO, Sept. 1,���The last Toronto contingent of men, five hun-
ureii Btrong, under Col, MacPherson, lefl Toronto for Valcartler yes-
terday morning The men are or-
genized as a field ambulance brigade. THE DELTA TIMES
THURSDAY,  SEPT. 8,  1014.
Ww
...LOCAL ITEMS...
"Miss Ln Chance visited Vancouver
on Monday.
I    Mr.  Houston    and  -Mr.    Sherman
spent the week-end in Vancouver.
.Airs. H. D. Benson, returned from
Seattle  on  Sunday.
Mr.   Dominic    Burns    spent    the
week-end at his ranch.
Mr,  Siddle visited New Westminster on Friday.
Dr. Alton, of Eburne, was in Ladner on business on Thursday.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Burnside,   of   Vancouver,  spent  Sunday here.
Steamer Eva Maria loaded a cargo
on Saturday for Victoria.
Or.  Campbell  and  Dr.  A.  Wilson,
spent Sunday in Vancouver.
Mr. T. Foster left on  Monday to
make a business trip to Red Deer.
Mr.  Carson  made a business trip
tc Vancouver on Thursday.
Dr. Ken* Wilson motored to Vance uver on Thursday.
Mr.  and   Mrs.  Wilmhurst drove to
Vancouver on Monday.
Mr.    D.    MoGHllvray
Vancouver on  Monday.
motored to
Mr.  itae was a  visitor in Vancouver on Thursday.
Mr.  A,   Burr  motored  to  Vancouver oil Thursday.
Mr.  and   Mrs,   D.   A.  McKee  were
visitors in Vancouver on Friday.
Airs,   (ami 11   and   son,   at   Kamloops. are visiting Mrs. R, Stokes.
Mrs. p, cii,-valley n turned Thursday from Seattle.
Mr,  K11 licit Bpent the week-end in
Vancouver.
Miss   Edith   Hich     is   visiting  her
aunt. Mrs. A. N. Carter, at Victoria.
Miss K. Goodfellow, of Blaine, is
the guest of .Aliss E. Bown.
Mrs, Elliott, o' Vancouver, is the
gue.-t of Mrs. V. Taylor.
Mr, ami Mrs. Thirkle went to Van-
louver on Friday.
Mr.   Roy   Pearson,  of  New  Westminster, spent Sunday here.
Miss Gladys Devereaux spent the
week-end with her mother.
Mr.   Fawcett   is   spending   a   few-
weeks nt Salmon Arm.
.Mrs. F.  Kirkland  made a trip to
Vancouver on Monday.
Mr. Woods, of Vancouver, was in
I.adner on  business on Tuesday.
The steamer Birdswell ig undergoing repairs at Victoria, the Eva
Maria, of Victoria, is taking her
place, the Birdswell expects to be
laid up a month.
Mr. Hughie Burr, who has been
undergoing treatment for his knee,
which was hurt playing lacrosse, is
much better. He is now able to use
his  leg   without   limping.
SYNOPSIS  OF   OOAL  MIXING
REGULATIONS.
Mr. and Mrs. Westley Dorland are
receiving the congratulations of their
friends on the birth of a daughter
on Thursday, August 27, at Vancouver.
The marriage of Mr. Duncan Gilchrist and -Mrs. Louisa Mathews,
both of Ladner, was Quietly solemnized by Rev. H. C. Fraser, at 735
Eighteenth avenue west.
Capt. Levy, of the ferry Scanlon,
was called to New Westminster on
Sunday evening owing to the illness
of his daughter, The trip was
made by automobile
Mail for soldiers in the 104th
and 11th Irish Fusiliers contingents
should be addressed, care of 12th
Provisional Battalion, Valcartler,
Quebec, and for 71'nd Highlanders,
care Of '.'th Provisional Battalion,
Valcartler, Quebec.
The ladies of the Delta municipality are requested to convene in the
Qtounjcil Chambers on Friday, the
4th of September, at it p. ni.. for the
purpose of discussing what steps they
may take towards best serving the
empire during the present war conditions.
Mr.  A   York  went  to  Vancouver
on Sunday. I '
Mr.   Kean  spent  the  week  end  in
Vancouver.
Dr, Swinerton, of Vancouver, was
in Ladner on business on .Monday.
The   quarantine   at   Mr.    York's
home  was  lifted  on  Tuesday.
Mrs. Weare and Miss Weare visited Vancouver on Tuesday.
Mrs. J. Story left on   Wednesday
for an  extended  trip east.
Mrs. J. J. Walters visited Vancouver on Wednesday.
Mr. J. Wiley, who has been ill, is
convalescent.
Mrs. Foster and  children   were in
Vancouver on Wednesday,
Mrs. Cave-Browne-Cave spent the
week end with friends here.
Capt. Brewstser was in Ladner on
business nn Tuesday.
Miss  F,  Gasby   visited   Vancouver
on Sunday,
Mrs. R, Pybus went to Vancouver
on Tuesday^
Mr.  Barnes'  family,  which was in
quarantine, are again  out.
.Mrs. Devereaux  was in Vancouver
..ii  .Monday, returning here Tuesday.
Mr, A. Groom went to Vancouver
on business on Wednesday.
Mr. and Airs. Bernie were visitors
in the city on Wednesday.
Mr,  it.  Stokes,  Mr.  D.  Kane,  Mr.
Miss Jessie McGinnis was in  Vun_:
couver  on  Wednesday. *"
Mi
An accident ocurred on the trunk
road Thursday week when two rigs
collided. .Mr. Cooke, who was driving one, sustained injuries which
have kept him confined to the house
for a few days. A hay wagon, heavily loaded, was coining toward Mr.
Cooke. Another rig belonging to
Jordan's livery, drove out from behind the hay rack, running into Mr.
Cooke, throwing him out and overturning the rig.
Miss Bella Milens, daughter of
.Mr. and Mrs. Milens, East Delta, is
improving after a serious illness.
The Jap who was shot by a fellow countryman early last week at
Teller's cannery, Point Roberts, i.s
still living, but it is thought that he
will not live long: He is paralyzed
in part of the face and body. The
Jap who shot him was caplured last
week at Boundary Bay by the American authorities from Blaine.
HOSPITAL   SHIP   FUND.
(From  the  British Columbian)
The following is a detailed statement  of  the  collections  made  with
regard to the hospital ship fund and
certified   correct:
McDiarmid  made a  business I i!? tot*1 col'ectlon9  . . . . ...  $843.74
A. Groom and Mr. II. Smith motored I trip  to  Vancouver on  Wednesday      | Westminster   City.   $683.42
to Claybum on Thursday, j   I Boundary Bay         34.40
  I     Mr.   Harry   Smith     and     Mr.     A.  C_reBcent         36-82
Mr. B. Blakely and Mr. Fred Mas- Goom have bought out Giant's bak-1 _1(aney         2_6,0�����
oti drove tu the waterworks on Sun-'trv -Steveston          57.00
day, I    '   Proceeds  Moonlight
  !    Mr.  and   Mrs.  I,   Whitworth  and      E��"rsion        -<�����"
Mr. Marion, of Point Roberts, and   family   have   moved   into   their  new
parly motored to Vancouver on Sun-   bungalow on  Stanley street,
day. | 	
  '     Mr.   Whittaker   motored   to   Van-
Rev, W. Pitt, oi  Vancouver, held  couver,  da now   Westminster,    on
the services at All Saints church on  Thursday,
Sunday. 	
Coal mining rignts or the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, thf
Northwest Territories ana in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased for a term
of twenty-one years at an annual
rental of $1 an acre. Not more than
2560 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application fo,- a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will he
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise.
A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the
rate of five cents  per  ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and
pay the royalty thereon. If the coal
mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished
at least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only, but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10.00
an acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary ol
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W.  W.  CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will  not be paid
for.���30690.
TENSION ACUTE IX TURKEY.
Newspapers  Controlled By Military
Are I'miiiu Ottoman Empire to
Aid Germany,
LONDON, Aug. 27.���Tension Is so
acute in Constantinople that diplomats there fear Turkey may at any
moment be drawn into the general
To deposit Bank cf Montreal $843.74
B. S. FORRESTER,
Chairman.
M. II.  A. GRAY.
Treasurer.
Mrs.   Whitworth   and   Miss  Whit- Vm\ p'vi-t'-Iip li'i isri.-n
Mr.   F,   Mdiltyre,     of   Vancouver,   worth   were  in   Vancouver  on  Tues- J'  BARNET MCALLISTER,
motored  from   Vancouver on Satur- dav ! secretary.
day spending the week-end here.   Certified Correct, B. S, Gilchrist.
Ladner's collections, amounting to
HOTEL BADLY BURNED.
Upper   Portion  of  Columbia  Street
H��steliy   Gutted���Loss   Will   Ap-
pidvimate $:"���",'>���>').
(lrom the British Columbian.)
One of tiie most disastrous fires to
occur iu the city this year, was that
of the Strand Hotel early Saturday
night, and although the lower portion of the building was saved, the
upper portion was compleely gut-
led, every one of the 75 rooms in
the building being badly damaged I European war on the side of Ger-
and the furniture thoroughly soak- many and Austria. A strict censored with water. Tho ceiling'of the!ship has been placed on the news-
lower floors is badly wrecked from papers in Turkey, which are now con-
water, and the hotel bar, the res- ttolled by the military and are being
taurant and the Royal City Wine' nt-ed, according to diplomatic dls-
Co.'s premises are put out of busl-1 Patches here, to create a strong pro-
ness for the time being. German feeling.
Mr. J. B. Wilson, the owner of the | Feeling is most acute over the en-
building, estimates the damage at ,try i'lt0 the Dardanelles of the Ger-
approxtmately   $23,000,   partly  cov- \���n   cruisers  Goeben  and   Breslau,
.ered  by  insurance.    This    morning  C���-it Britain, Russia and l ranee noL
Mr, Wilson announced his intention |-"'"'V requested  ten  days ago that ll
jto   rebuild   at   once   providing     tho!thwfl sh;"s were Purchased  by In
THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD
WE CARRY THE BEST LINES OF
Farming Implements
on the market, and can ship to you without delay Frost
& Wood and Deering Binders, Cast and Steel Skein
Wagons, Gasoline Engines, Columbia Hay Presses and
Iron Age Potato Diggers, are a few of the lines necessary
to do your work on the farm.
We also carry a full line of
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints
and Oils, Rope, Binder Twine,
Stoves, Furniture and   ���
Tinware
Order through our Agent, Mr. GEO. T. BAKER, of
Ladner, or Phone us Direct:
T.J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Phones:  J  Implement Dept.     691
-'General Hard-ware   59
New Westminster    -    -    -   B. C.
WEST HELD FOR
HIGHER COURT
Magistrate Commits Him for Trial
<m Charge "f Obtaining Money
on  False  Pretences.
civic officials will allow him to do j
so.    There is a possibility that the i
building   official!-   of   the   city   may i
object to any further Improvements
as the building is a wooden one,
v.ll.lllll.i; HORSES DURNED,    |
\lr. .ind Mr.. Hen Arthur, of Van-
Mr.   .unl   Mis.   Stokes,   with   .Mrs.   couver were visitors on the Delta on
Campbell ��� ml sun, spent the week at  Sunday. i
Crescent lleach. 	
$24.no, was withdrawn and returned
to the ii.dividual contributors by the
collector,  Miss Whitworth.
  Mr.   S.   \V.   Walters    motored    to
Mr-   ������"''     |,;ln'.     Ot     Bellingham Vancouver  on   Wednesday  on   busi-
spent  the  week-end   with   Mr.   and ,,,,,
Fn l Arthur,
\   DISTINCTIVE  COW.
Mr. and Mrs. ('reach, who have
bei ii visiting h ith Mr. Arthur returned home mi Saturday.
Quebec Animal Gives 1,270 Pounds
oi Mill; Testing 5.8
in July.
Ah*. A. McLellan returned to Vancouver on Saturday to attend McGill
University,
Dr. Baker, of Vancouver, was on '
i iwn the beginning of the week for
the opening of the shooting season.       Sandwiched   in   among   ordinary
  yields there are occasional extraor-
ur, Leonard Chaput spent theldinary yields that make glad tho
���'eek -i!,! with hla parents at Port heart of the good cow's owner be-
' ulchon, I cause  he   has  taken   tlie  trouble  to
record her actual production.   While
Mr. Vernon Taylor, ami Mr. Eric
Tay'or motored to Vancouver on
Monday,
Mr,   Sa<*age,   of   Westham   Island,
Ten Drivers Are Losl in Fire Which
Destroys Fashion Livery Stable
<i�� Ui-tvack.
CHILLIWACK, Am.', ni
valuable driving horses were cremat- nrlt'sh fleet
e<i yesterday morning when lire destroyed the Fashion Livery. The
horses which were on the second
floor, were taught like rats in a trap.
The owners, Messrs. Jones & Scott,
who slept in the building had a very
narrow escape, getting out only in
night attire. Besides the horses, the
rigs, equipment, and a big supply of
oats and  hay,  was destroyed
key the crews be sent to either Germany or Austria, hut promised sale
conduct. Today many of the Cer-
niau sailors are still on board and
160 more are said lo have been distributed among Turkish torpedo
boats.
The British government is observing these incidents with much (lis-
favor and lias let it he known that
if th" Goeben and Dreslau enter the
Mediterranean with German crews
Ten | aboard they will be fired on by the
DESIGNATE   HOSTAGES.
Germans Tax Bftron Rothschild and
Ernest   Solvay,   tlu-  Belgian
Carnegie,
LONDON, Aug. 211.���The Ant wet*])
correspondent of the Exchange Tele-
Tlie1 graph Co. today Bays ihat the Burgo-
the ordinary cowa In July were giv-
On Sunday, August ."1, a son  was
born ;o Mr. and Mrs. VV,  Wilson at
(an.." Pass,
Mrs-. Rich and little daughter sisre
visitors   in   Vane i-uvei   on   Wed ������ ������
day.
took his thresher across ou the ferry   ing their meagre doles of seven li
to  Lull   Island. tired or six hundred pounds of milk
and   twenty-four   or   twenty   pounds
cow fat, a grade cow in Quebec gave
1,279 pounds of milk, testing 6.8,
j ielilillg 71  pounds of fut.
A cow  like that ls surely accom-
On Friday, Augusl 29th, a daugh-' pushing something,    in six months
Kev. J. .1. Hastie uml Mrs. Ilaslle
have returned from a month's vacation  in  Vancouver.
Mr, li. s. Handford made  i busl
ness trip to Vancou\i r on  Wedn ��-
day.
(������V was born to Mr. and .Mrs. W. Al)
holt.
Mr and Mrs. Murphy and Mrs.
McCrea weni to Vancouver on Tuesday.
Mr.   and   Mrs,   Holmes,   Mrs.   Mc-
of such work she would give as
i li d tor humanity more dlgestlbl"
uutrlenti than >\ould be afforded by
live average dressed steers, sin- in
giving far more back from the
energy contained in her food than
the best skill..I engineer can obtain
ii  a quadrupls expansion engini
building, a frame one, was owned by
O. !,. Marsden. The woodworking
simp, stock and machinery, of w. n.
Cheltle, who *s wllh the 104th Regiment on Vancouver Island, was also
destroyed, together with T. B.
fir rant's blacksmith shop and con-
l n*s.
Th" losses���O. L. Marsden, building 1-000, Insurance $2000; Jones
& Scott, horses and equipment! SC-
oo h. Insurance 18600; W. ll. Chettle
96000. no Insurance; p, stunrt, Victor u, blr-r- smith bulletin. (2000, Insurance $1000-1 T. it. Grant, contents $10011, total loss; 11. McKay,
stable 1*200, covered  by Insurance.
The mail which closed al  I - a. m
Cartney  and  a  party of  friends"*��.   ','"' V;""":.;:i':1' "ill doss hereafter al I ���������-��� ���*,',', [-J,f oonsumed
ki unie.  motored  around  the  Delta
or Sunday,
For strawberry, raspberry nnd all
other fruit boxes try the British Co- wl,��   au    ,I"''M   ^siting    Miss   Olga
Iumbia    Manufacturing    Co.,    New Kirkland, returned to town on Mon-
Westminster, B.C.                     ������ ������������������'���
Mr.   K.  Leslie  Pldgeon  and  little Mr- :""1 MrB-  l'-  "��� Marshall, of
daughter, who have been the guests Vancouver, spent  the week end at
of Mrs. John McKee, returned home "1" home of Mr, and Mrs. A, de it.
on Friday,                                           , I iylo.\
: p, m.   this chau,-,.. went Into ef-|     u pftyi to feed good cows well;
'"" ��eP��mber is- , ��� .,,.,, pay| ,1I1V ),ir|lu,1. (o 1|ml out|
I bv ice miIi-:: re ords of each cow, Just
1111   Ot,,   what   each   produces.     In   the   ordinary  way,   the  above  excellent   cow
Miss r, Oreenrighl
would be lumped in with the average oi the district, while she really
deserves  a  distinct   niche  to  herself
in the hail of tame.    Perhaps dairy
records will discover some distinctive cows in your herd, lluild you;
herd  of Selected   individuals.
CONSUL   CYDER   ARREST.
LONDON,   Sept.   2.���According  to
Mr. E. rook. Mr. I). Merchnntson,      Judge   McNeil,   of   McLeod,   Al-
Miss  Cameron  and   Miss   Kelly  at-  berta, who has been visiting his sis-
tended the dance at Point Roberts op   'or,    Mrs.    John    McKee,    returned   Information   reaching here. "a�� di
Saturday night.                                           ;   ime  the latter  part  of  last   week,   snatch to the    Central    N'cws    from
Malta   says   Herr   Von Brltzow,   the
Miss Gladys Stevens and a party
of friends from Vancouver spent
Sunday  at   I.adner    and   Boundary
Dav.
Miss  Bertha   Benson, nf  i:    reti
who  has  been   vlsltins   Mis-   i .
Jordon,   relurned   home   tin    bi
Ding  of  this   W'c!;.
Miss nii-hnr<l. Miss Saunders and
the Misses fooke, of Vancouver, have
left for their home, having spent the
week with Mrs. Thos. Berry at Porl
Guichon.
Mrs, .1. Honeyman gave a farewell   German  consul  in  Tripoli, has been
party on Wednesday evening for her removed   to    Italy    under    arrest,
in, ste".ird. who left on Thursday charged with  having carried on an
for Alberta. anti-Italian   propaganda  among  the
  natives.
.Miss m, Hutchinson entertained a ���	
chool friends on Friday even-'    BELGRADE BADLY DAMAGED
Ing   when   dancing  and   games  were ' 	
enjoyed, I     LONDON,   Aug,   27.���A   dispatch
  ! to   the   Reuter  Telegram   Company
Fnr all niilldintr Supplte** and Fuel, ftom Nlsli, said* "The latest itifor-
011, apply to the B.C. Transport Co.. matron received here Is thnt the
Ltd. 606 Westminster Trust Build-1 bombardment Of Belgrade still Is
ine. Office pione 826; wharf phone u.ost severe. Shells of large call-
'80. i bro  did   Immense  damage. ,
FIGHTLVO AT JOURNAL
German Cavalry [force <>f 8000 Overwhelms Handful of British, Hut
Lose Heavily.
LONDON, Aug. 211.���The London
Express correspondent at Boulogne,
describing Ihe flchtlng at Tourni I,
says that 6000 German cavalrymen
have overwhelmed a little British
I'oi-.e of 'nil, but not before Its
ranks Wi n- sndly thinned. The British stood their ground In a mnn and
seemed to have suffered heavy losses. Even at the terrible disadvantage of at least ten to one the flrlt-
Ish Infantry and artillery were holding (heir own when the horses of
the I'l. la hr seemed suddenly to
swoop down from nowhere. ,.\ survivor snvs there must have been
3000  I'hlnns nlone.
ORDERED TO WITHDRAW.
TOKIO, Aug. 28.���The Japanese
ambassador to  Austria has been ordered  to  withdraw to Tlome.
ShilohM
The   family  remedy   for   Coughs   and   Coldt.
Small  doae.    Small   bottle.    Beat  since   1870
master of Brussels has not handed
over the war levy of $40,000,000 demanded by Germans, He declares he
has not the money.
The German military governor,
continues the correspondent, has
designated as hostage) Brnest Solvay,   Who   has   been   described   as   the
Belgian Carnegie, on whom be baa
Imposed a tax of 80,000,000 francs,
and Baron Lamberl Roths.hleld, tvho
lias lieen  taxed  10,000,000 francs.
POOD SHORTAGE IV unr,.
i-oid Milner Predicts Pierce ( petition for Shore of Diminished
Supplies Next Venr.
LONDON, Sept. 1. - -The London
( pronicle" lays this morning:
"_. timely warning i0 prepare
against the Inevitable shortage in
the world's supply 0f foodstuffs Is
given by Lord Milner, who points
OUt thai although the present harvest  Is abundant, Immense decrease
in the production of 11115 must result from the tact that nil ihe able-
bodied males* of Germany, France,
Austria   and   Russia  are engaged   In
fighting,
"Of Ihe 11,10,01111.000 *|iinrter:i of
wheat and rye annual') produced
throughout  the  world,  880,000,000
conn* from these countries and the
other producing countries cannot
possibly make up lhe deficit. Lord
.Milner predicts that in lhe latter
hall of next year, If not before. ���!l
ihe nations which live on wheat or
rye, will be competing fiercely for a
share In the diminished supplies.
i
RESERVE OFFICERS CAM.FD
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 2. British Consul Thomas HJrsklne, of Portland, hns announced that Great Britain hns issued n formal call for all
llritish army reserve officers In
America to report nt once tr> their
respective consulates and prepare
for duty at Ottawa, Canada.
(From The E'ltlat) Columbian.)
K. F. West was this morning held
lor trial on two charges of obtaining money by making false statements to the Bunk of Vancouver,
securing the. sums of $350 and $1,-
800. West's statement, filed when
he arranged for u line of credit, ��'8B
in evidence, containing au Item
showing ids Indebtedness to other
banks to bo hut $1,700. This si dement is held to contain the fraudulent representation, and it was on
tho showing thut West's Indebtedness to other banks exceeded this
sum that he was held for trial.
Financing of the frenzied order
was shown, supported, it was alleged by one witness, by torgi I
letters purporting to show that West
hud largo sums of money coming
to him from tho Old Country, and
an assignment of a non-existent
sum of '.iT'.i pounds sterling to tbe
bunk as .security for advances. Evidence went, to show that West's Indebtedness to other bunks when he
filed a statement with the Hank of
Vancouver exceeded $10,000 aid
that his total indebtedness when
discovery   of     his  operations     were
made on July IS-was about $12,1 ���
On resumption of the bearing th
morninjt, the  manager of lhe (ana
dian  Hank of Commerce was placed
on   tho  stand,   and   the  hank's  re
ords,   put  lu  evidence,  showed  that
WcBt's    indebtedness  to    that   hank
wns $3,000,  wiiile tho manager ol
tho Union Bank or Canada t.   tl
and Introduced records to show tha'
West's indebtedness to thai bank
totalled  more than  $7,non.      Pari
of this wits on endorsed notes.    W
agor Embury, or this hank, testlfh !
that, the advances had heen mad. on
letters purporting to show Ilia'
West     had   money     coming  to   lllnl
from his grandmother in the Old
Country, and tin.so letters were i""
i>i evidence. Kmhtiry testified tha1
en July I.S. when discovery was
made, Wesi admitted that lhe li I
ters were forgeries, done hy hlmsell
and that ho broke down and wept
when taxed with the forgery.   Tin re
was also put in evidence a letter
purporting to Inform West of tho
despatch of money, nnd nn assign
menl to n firm of solicitors of tho
sum. nearly n thousand pounds, i"
trust  for the I'nlon Bunk.
At  llie Hunk of Viiiu-��iivei-.
Manager  lllnc|<,  recalled, testified
that  ho had  known  West's Indebl
edness  wns  so  large  he  would  md
have made tho advances,
Mr. Joseph  Martin, K.C, for the
[defence,  argued  that    the    charge"
Should  he  dismissed,  ns In  one If
formation  he   wns clinrged   with  obtaining III excess of $1000 hy fraud
Hi-Hi statements, when the sum v ';
smaller   hv   the   amount   of   bis   deposits,  somo  S.UO.      Magistrate  Ed
monds declined to see the matter In
this   light   nnd   held   West   for  trial
The Delta Times Is p.-bllslied ever.
Thursday from the Times Building, I.adner, B.C. J. D. Taylor,
managing-director.

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