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Array THE DELTA
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Vol. 1. No. 40.
LADNER, B. C, SATUHUAY, JUNE 11, 1904.
$1.00 �� year
TEAS! TE
Special Values
In
METHQDIST LADIES' AID.
Following ia tin.' Ladies' Aid fin
ancial statement for the year end
ing April 30, 1904:
KBCKIPTS.
Balance on hand -J i<*, ().
Membership lees and teas...   41 05
Surrey Council
Council met in the Town H.*H,
Surrey Centre, June 4th, the Reev��
and all members being present.
.Minutes ol previous meeting were
Strawberry festival (net)...    23 80 read and confirmed.
Harvest Home Thatik Of- communications.
fering     42 60j
The Follov^ing
Taken Frcm The West
Australian cf April S.
j Subscriptions',
Letter is For sewing      3
j Donations, &c       8
50
60
45
From Hon. Sidney Fisher,. Minister of Agriculture; Aulay Morri*
M.P.,  and  W.  Templeman,
son,
M.P.
In Bulk 35c lb.   3lbs.lor$1
and 50c ib.
To the Editor,
vSir, ��� The prophet says,
'My j
of,
Delta .Sawmill Co., old acct   30 00
people are   destroyed   for lack
knowledge."    These words are  a-1 Repairing stove, new pipes,
true to-day as at the time they were varnishing and putting
uttered.   It would appear that what up pipes       805
we are in most crying need of at the. C��al oil
present time is a system of educa-
acknowledging   receipt  of
Total $208 05; Council's   request   that   they   use
EXPENDITURE; j their influence to have the Domin**
I Sweeping     and     cleaning ion Kxibition of 1905 held in  New
church......... , $ 16 001 Westminster, and saying it should
Re-
Lumber, &c, for shed    I07  SO i j. _. ���  ..v.  ���     1     . -j'    ..
��� ,       '      .,' ... ' ���*.    have their best consideration.
IN PACKET TEAS WE HAVE THE
Blue Ribbon Tea
tion wherebv children shall be better
born ahd better reared. Your correspondents "Ulster" and "Helena
rightly draw attention to the need ol
education in those most Important
subjects, physiology and hygiene.
Exactly to thi point, and just the
very thing the Women's Christian
Temperance Union, through their
I department of scientific temperance-
instruction, are de.iirotis of bringing
before the notice of the public with
a view to having it introduced  int
  6 85
rj_ dozen hymn books  ^ 70
Incidentals ��� Sacramental
wine, lamp glasses, &c. 7 90
Balance on hand  27 05
Total $208 05
3 1
,.-���,. , r  - Ut)   WAI I
ability to run up m-olumn of figures   ,.   ,
. iwi     1 .     r -._���      . ts ,    ,   ! ditches
or to tell the date oi .Mount Pelee s 1
grent eruption,  is as nothing coin-
pared with the knowledge of howj
to '.are for this,   the dwelling-place
of his soul.  Were physiology taught
ceivetl. .
From tbe Mayor and Aldermen
of Victoria, an invitation to the Surrey Council to be present at the
celebration of "Victoria Day." Received, and accepted with thanks.
From J. A. Blair, Secretary, Surrey Co-operative Creamery Association, requesting permission to lay-
water pipe along the Milton road;
request granted on condition that
no harm was done to  the  road or
to every pupil throughout the
the State schools, namely, the study j whole of his school l:fe, giving him
of physiology, hygiene,   and   tent- j an idea of the wonderful mechanism
White and Red Labels, USUally SOld at 50 Cents, for 40 Cent per ,lbs. j perance, imparting���i'i) Knowledge i of his body, with lessons upon what
A ,       ,,       r, ofthe anatomy and physiology of was good and what was liarmfulrto a'n''
Also the famous
talada Tea
Blue Label in Black and Green at 40 cents.
Red Label in Black at 50 cents.
Don't go past Us.    Do Your Business at Home and Save
Money.
the human body; (2; knowledge  of ihe growth  and development  and
the hygiene, or the laws  of health  sustenance of that marvellous ma
of the  different organs,  showing I chinery there would not be the ig-
what is necessary as  well  as  what
is injurious to health, and thus to
effectiveness ofthe body as a whole
i Kmerson says that "tha business of
j the State ls the culture ol the individual," which "is  the  onlv   anti-
! dote to existing wrong conditions.''
' A noted German statesman says���
l "What yon would weave  into   th.
I life ofthe nation, put iii to tlie public school,"  Cteaiiyi then, we-rmtsl
j begin at the right place���the child
i ren���if we would overcome the  ig
norant transgression   of   nature's'
laus in the future which there  hasj
I been in   the  past,   and   the  result;
. would be a stronger iiud healthier t
race of meu  aud   women.    Fewer!
, children would die in infancy, being'
j born   into   the   world    physically
1 stronger and having mothers  more j
1 competent to fulfil   their duties to j
' th.ir offspring. j
That there is something wrong'
j with the present system, we know:!
' else the results would not be disas-1
i norance of the past.    Says Herbert trous.   It is the mothers who do)
When passing take a look in our Grocery Window and see our
lovel little clock "MINUTES," after seeing the clock, spend a minute or
tffo inside.
arshall Smith
Spencer: "If by some strange
chance, not a vestige of us descend
ed to the remote future, we may
imagine how puzzled an autiqtr.it-'
of the period would lie in finding in
them no indication that the learners were ever likely to be parents.
Evidently, this was the school
course of monastic enters, . . ..]
They c iul 1 not have been so absurd'as to omit all training for the
greatest of responsibilities." Say
the authoriti -s virtu illy���A fearful
not know that they do not know
who tire th- most difficult to enlighten. One mother indignantly
remarks���"Don't I know all about
the rearing and care ot infants; why
I have lost teu!" It may be all
very well for us to fold our hands
und bow our heads in humble submission 1 j what is termed the
"Divine will of Providence," but I
am inclined to think that we may
suffer a rude awaking in the hereafter, we shall be called upon to an*
From John I. Nelson, requesting
the Council to open a road to his
property; received and referred to
Coun. Burnett.
From F. Klein, N. Hanson et al,
requesting the Council to open the
road line between Sections 8 and 17
in order that their children might
school; received and the
Council regret their inability to do
the work for lack of funds.
From Chas. Cardinal, asking the
Council for a deed for the S. F. %
of Section 22 Township I, Clerk
t) reply that the Council cannot
issue deeds for land, and to apply to
John McHenzie, agent for Dominion Lands.
From W. J. Walker, chartered
accountant, giving the dyking rates
levied as follows: Sinking fund,
general, 69-200 mills; local, 2 45-100
mills.
The sum of $25 was appropriated
to the Hunt road, ward 2.
The following contracks were
awarded:���
Ward 2, corduroy township line
road, to W. Eyles at $1.35 per rod.
Ward 5, graveling H. P. road to
II. Harper, af 45c per yard; grading C. V. road to A. J. Peschke, Jat
60c per rod; ditching N. B. road,
to A. M. Brown, at 35c per rod.
The Clerk was instructed to
write to the G. N. R. to put in ��
crossing on the C. V. "road, also to
request Johu Starr to remove his
granary   off the C.   V.   road   far
HANDS OFF.
j A lively discussion took place iu
le senat** Wednesday over Lord
lundonald's recent attack on Mr.
Bsher for interfering in Militia
j-pointments on political grounds,
enator .Scott said he. knew nothing
j the matter. Senator Bowell con-
rmned the introduction of politics
|to the militia administration. Mr.
andurand said if Lord Dundonald
|id made the remarks attributed to
1 he would have to go, while Mr.
cMullen, anothtr Liberal, regret-
Mr. Fisher's interference.
lHaveyour photos taken to-day.
Irst-class work and right here at
Idner. Studio next to the Old
stoffice stand. Schenck, the
Lncoviver photographer.
GARDEN PARTY.
The garden party to be held at
Mrs. Rich's, by the Ladies' Guild
of All Saints, gives promise of being a big success and we sincerely
trust it will be.
A large turn-out is hoped for,
and everything will be done to
make the afternoon as pleasant a
���ne as possible. Badminton will
be a feature of the enjoyment.
It will last from 2 p.m. till eventide. A small charge of ioc at the
gate; refreshments extra. Strawberries galore.
W. H. Gardiner, manager ot the
C. P. R  system at New Westminster, was at the Landiug in the interests of the company, on Thurs- j ways be depended upon
day- , I by 17 J. MacKenzie.
j your high  and  holy
' alone is not enough.
responsibility rests upon you, moth-1 swer to the charge of criminal ueg-1 e,lough t0 perralt west ditch t0 ta
ers-the rearing and training of I ligence, in not imparting that d"g' and t0 fl0tifr 0UIey Bfos- '���***
these young immortals.    For this,  knowledge whereby we might haveP the  Cou,lcl1 do I,ot he*r from
averted the   untimely  death  of so J them before uext meetin* in ��*��*
many little innocents, the very num-:
ber of whose tiny graves cry out to
us iu  piotest,   and  the  tears and
the   heartaches  of   the   bereaved j
mothers appe.i1 afresh for the grant-
ing of  the   knowledge,   which  is
withheld.���Vours, etc.,
W. C. T. U
tion
Claremout
April
calling love
But, as for
R. G. Smith, of Nanaimo, re-! special preparation, or a knowledge
turned home this morning after; of the subject, none is needed,
spending a few days visiting his. There is a deal of delicate and corn-
brother, R. Smith, of the R. B. C. \ p'ex machinery, .md mistakes will
staff. j tell fearfully in the  result  We  re-
______ , conm)en(j wjsctom."   n [s ., wonder
Too Great a Risk.     "* *ua'; H��race Mann, once exclaimed
In. almost every   neighborhood' ~"D��  WC Uot need  Some sin��le
,,..,- word where we can  condense into
someone has died irom an attack of ,, ,,    .,
lone monosyllable  the  meaning  ol
colic or cholera morbus, often before j te��� thousand fools"'
medicine could be procured or a      Go into the schools, and note,   i
physician   summoned.    A   reliable you will, the amount of time devoi
remedy for these diseases should be  etl to such subjects as arithmetic,
kept at hand.   The risk is too great geography or history, so that there
for anyone to take.    Chamberlain's  is no  time  to spa.e  iu  acquiring.
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- such   knowledge  as   would   teach
edy   has   undoubtedly   saved   the J how to attain a perfect manhood or
lives of more people and  releived j womanhood. What does it amount'days.    This is much to be regretted
more pain and  suffering  than  any ; to, after all, this "getting an  edu- as atthis season  ofthe year it is
other medicine in  use.    It can  al- j cation," when the success or failure! important  to  get  as much ofthe
.���For Sale l of every  pupil will  depend largely i road work   .'.one  a.s
Upon the condition of his body? The
to sand  taken from  the Lattimer
road   that   the   matter   would   op
placed in the hands of our solicitor.
The   Revenue   By-law  and  the
j Pound Amendment By-law were re-
I considered  and   finally passed  and
I the seal of the corporation ordered
.affixed.
Superintendent  of,      ,,-, .       ..
.,,..,, , !    After passing the accounts th��
Scientific temperance Instruc-1 n        ���,*_,. , .
Council adjourned to meet again on
Our Chief of Police lias tendered
his resignation.
The rock crusher came to grief,
on Thursday, while being tried, one
of   tl.e   ui.tin   castings    breaking,
Saturday,  July and,  at  r o'clock
p. m",
E. M. CARNCROSS. C-M.C.
The Baptist Sewing Circle made
a presentation to Mrs. Lacey on
Thursday, a fuller report to appear
uext issue.
which will  cause a delay of a few > "    "
Peter Peebles of New Westmin**
ster, is inspecting the SchoolHousq
at Ladner with the stustees* writs
road work  done, a.s possible before! a view to calling tenders for alti**r��
baying statts. i ations aud addition to it,
s THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY JUNE n, 19*4-
J&?
THE   DELTA  TIMES.
.POBUSHKD EVBRY SATURDAY.
Subscription, $1.00 per year.
AnttRTISINC RATES.
CMtttl Advertisements, Jo cents per line for
ffcefirst iu-.rtiou._nd .cents per Ime lor each
Mbsequeut insertion. The number ol line*
reckoned by the ��p��ce occupied, u lines to the
aca.
Kates lor Commercial Advertisements e��u be
kid on application at this office.
Reading notices 10 cents per "ne for each In-
.ttrtion.
Birth and Death notices, f..>c., Marriages $1.00.
Any special notice, the ot.jcct of whicli is to
promote the pecuniary bencSt of any individual
Sr company, to be considered an advertisement
and charged accordingly.
All advertisements charged for until ordered
out and paid for.
Correspondence invited on matters ol public
interest. Communications to editor must be accompanied by name of writer, not necessarily
for publication, but as evidence of good faith.
Correspondence must reach this office by 1 hurs-
day tTMilng.
Geo. R. Manicey,
Manager.
SATURPAY,  JUNE   II,   IQO4.
GOOD  ROADS.
In the matter ol good roads we
would supplement our remarks of
last week with the suggestion that
the Council go into   this   matter
thoroughly and estimate the cost of
macadamizing all the roads in the
municipality   and   the   cost   of a
*teatn re-ller and operation of same.
When this has been done, draw up
a by-law,  call   a  public   meeting
���nd explain the matter to the voters,
taking   care   that   the  voters   are
thoroughly   acquainted   with   the
facts and figures, and by the time
this has been accomplished election
time will be near at hand, and all
that will remain to be done then
will be to stand  for election on the
platform of good roads���stand together, Reeve and Councillors���determined to carry their scheme to
a grand finale or bust.
RIGHT VS.  MIGHT,
Lord Dundonald, we are told,
has again proven himself a man
worthy of the spurs he wears, in
|he fact that he dared to resent interference, politically, in Militia
matters.
If it is necessary to have Liberal
officers in the Militia when the Liberal party reigns supreme at Ottawa, and vice versa when the Con-
serrative party holds sway, it "certainly should be equally necessary
to see that each Thomas Atkin��
Was willing to dye his coat the parly hue.
What a fancy lot of swaddies we
should have if they were to be dipped
into the political dye pot at the
Changing of parties.
If we are going to have a good
fighting force we must h^ve them
composed of and governed by men
political!) free, and independent of
any politician whatever. We are
perfectly iu accord with Lord Dundonald and hope there is a sufficient
number of members in the Senate
With sense enough to support the
poble general in his pqsitiou.
KING'S BIRTHDAY.
A meeting of the committee was
held at C. F. Green's office, recently, and after due deliberation tbe
following list of sports and races
wai decided on, of which a programme will be issued as soon as
possible:
1. Free for All, Trotting and
Pacing, 1 Mile.    Best 3 in 5���$100.
2. For 3-year-old Horses, Trotting and Pacing, J-_-Mile. Best 2
in 3���$60.
3. Free for All, Runaing Race,
}_-Mile.    Best 2 in 3���$60.
4. Pony   Race,   J-.-Mile.    Best 2
in 3���$50*
5. i-Mile Bicycle Race, for Men,
for Challenge Cap.
6. J^-Mile Bicycle Race, for
Boys under 15.
7. Lacrosse Match between Ladner and another team, not yet
named.
8. Football match, between four
ttaTirs, for a Cup.
The Best Liniment.
"I have derived great benefit from
the use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for rhematism and lumbago," says
Mrs. Anna Hagelgans, of Tuckahoe,
N. J. "My husband used it for a
sprained back and was also quickly-
relieved. In fact it is the best family
liniment I have ever used. I would
not think of being without it. I
have recomended it to many and
they always speak very highly of it
and declare its merits are wonder-
ufl."���For sale by F. J. MacKenzie.
THE CHALLENGE CUPS.
We notice in A. Clausen's show
window two very fine silver cups
which have been procured by the
committ.e for the Bicycle and Lacrosse games to be played on the
25th inst., and as there appears to
be a great amount of enthusiasm
amongst the football teams it has
been decided to get another cup fer
them to be played for on the morning of the 25th, so there will be
practically something going on
from 10 o'clock in the morning till
late in the afternoon. The race
track has been put in good shape
through the kindness of the Provincial Government in lending the
committee their toad grader, and
as a good number of the horsemen
have promised to send horses here
for the races, the committee feel assured that they will be able to carry
out the day's amusement to the satisfaction of everyone. It is now
up to the public to help the committee out so as to enable them to
make an annual celebration of this
day.
J. Reagh
-PEAIsER   IN-
FBne Boots,
Shoes *
Rubbers
Best Goods, Lowest Prices
Custom  Work a Specialty.     j
Practical Horseshoeing &
All Kinds of Repairing
-AT-
W. H. Taylor's.
Gents' Clothing,
Hats & Furnishings
At All Prices.
Best Line of Boots & Shoes in Town.
Rubbers to Suit Everyone.
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Prices
-AT-
H.J.Hutcherson's
( The Band excursion on Wednesday evening was somewhat spoiled
on account of the rather heavy-
rain which unfortunately occurred
Between sixty and seventy people
took this opportunity of a short
spell of recreation by taking in the
show, and all appeared to enjoy
themselves very well.
Marshall Smith has made quite
an alteration at the rear of tbe
office and attached an Express
Money Order department to his already accommodating business.
YOIIO HEATER.
J. P. Cunningham has been in
|own during the past week or so
exhibiting "Dr. Yobo's Proper
Bath Heater" for heating water
fluickly, for bathing purposes.
Where there is no water serriee
and it is impossible to run water
through the coil of * rx.-ge or
Stove, the Yoho i�� just the thing.
With a very small quantity of fuel
Warm water began to flow in 40
seconds from the time of ignition
at a test made in Ladner. See adv.
pn Fourth P*ge.
Cabinet Photos from $3.00 per j
dozen up. Studio next to Old I
Postofflce. Call .11*. 1 exxtmrui work ,
Monday, June is-t.ii, last duy. |
Chamberlain's
Remedies.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. Price 35 cents; large size 50c
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For Bowel Complaints.   Price 35 cents.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
An antiseptic liniment especially valuable {or Cuts, Bruises, Sprains and Rheumatism.   Price 35 cents; large size 50 cents.
Chamberlain's Stomach and
. Liver Tablets.
For Disorders of the Stomach, liver
aad Bowels.   Price 35 cents.
Every one 0! these preparations
Is guaranteed and il not fully satisfactory to the purchaser the
attney will be relunded.
Incorporated 1869.
CAPITAL, $3,000,000.     RESERVE, $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Department.
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 49 BRANCHES:	
NOVA SCOTIA���Halifax, An-
tigonish, Bridgewater, Guysboro,
Londonderry, Louisburg, C. B.;
Lunenburg, Maitlatid, Pictou, Port
rlawkesbury, Shubenacidie, Sydney, C.B.; Sydney, Victoria Road;
Truro, Weymouth, Amherst.
ONTARIO ��� Ottawa, Toronto,
Pembroke.
QUEBEC ��� Montreal, Montreal
West End, Montreal Westmount.
NEWFOUNDLAND ���St.
John's.
NEW BRUNSWICK���St. John,
Bathurst, Dalhousie, Dorchester,
Fredericton, Moncton. Newcastle,
Rexton, Sackville, Woodstock, Ed-
mundston.
BRITLSH COLUMBIA ��� Van
couver, Vancouver East End, Grand
Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland,
Victoria, Chilliwack, Ladner.
PRINCE KDWARD ISLAND
-Charlottetown, Summerside.
CUBA ��� Havana, Santiago de
Cuba.
UNITED STATES���New Vork,
Republic, Wash.
H. K. WRIGHT, Manager,
LADNER, B. C.
H.M.Rich
Notary Public,
i Estate I inn.
Ladnar, B. G.
Purchasing; Ajtent
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
Limited.
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.���.   NEW WESTMINSTER,    :-:  B. C.
���j�� Manufacturer*! of all kinds ol
i Soda Water. Ginger
,|,    Ale and Summer
j[ Drinks.
|       Your patronage solicited
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;i    Delta Transfer Stable   f
LADNER, B. C.
*��   SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES *
ON SHORT NOTICE %���
%     Team Work Bone at Specially Lew Prices, f
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
������ Telephone " Ladner" No. io.
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Whether it be sisal, standard, standard
Manila, Manila or pure Manila, the user
of McCormick twine may be sure that
he is jetting just what the tag calls for.
These five different brands are the
standard in their respective classes, and
for evenness of strand, full length, and
great strength, fill all the varying needs
of farmers. Order from us.
J. F. STAINTON, Ladner
sSSaV
V��mit/
VmmsV
Stokes A Cullis
Purveyors.
For PRIME BEEF, MUTTON
and PORK TRY VS.
Westham Street,
V_.______.___.
Ladner, B. C.
Fashion Stables -
Trucking and Draying.
,     Livery  work of all kinds attended to promptly.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL. -.AND SURVEYOR
R��om 2, Ellard Block. New Weet��i��ster.
Wm. Alexander ������! �����*��� iW ft
I-adner. B. C.
LAND NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby fciven that, sixty (to) days
after the date of thin notice, I intend to
make application tn thc Honourable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for permit*
.Hion to purchase all that portion of the soutli
east quarter of Section 11, Township 5, New
Westminster lii.Htrict, which forms a lagoon or a
mud flat at Boundary Hay, which has uot already been Crown granted, aud which contains
50 acres, more or less.
WM. II, sLADNIiR.
Ladner, IL C, 30th March, 1904.
Lost.
A short black Sow, with white
colored jiws.
Finder please return to
C. H. DAVIS.
Teas!   Teas!
Mrs. W. S. Livingstone wishes
to inform her customers that she
has just received a fresh supply of
Teas.
TAILORING
Clothes Altered  Cleanod and Repaired.
I'biccU left at W. t.. McBridr'si store nnd A. Ws
kef'B'UKl W. R. MfClellnu's bt>r!>**r shop will be
called fer on MoiHissy uml returned on Saturday
Qr W.WAUKPR,
Time Table.
IN EFFECT MAY i, 1904.
. No. 1���Leaves Victoria at 7 a.m.,
arrives at Guichoa 1 r.30 and at New
Westminster, 2 p.m.
No. 2���Leaves New Westminster at 1 p.m., Guichoa, 3 p. m.,
arriving at Victoria 7:20 p.m.
McRAE&Co
NEW WESTHINSTER, li. C.
A lull line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
Strayed'
On   to   my   premises,   about two
weeks ago, a Black Horse.    Owner
may obtain same by proving property and paving expenses.
J. ELLIS.
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Every Shoe in the House (except Slaters) to be sold at SWEEPING REDUCTIONS.   Not a Shoe will escape the REDUCTION KNIFE.
We haven't time to enumerate Prices NOW, "but we can tell you thi.; much, that you can buy shoes almost AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
(See Next Issue for Prices).    Money Saved by COMING EARLY TO TUE GREAT SALE which will last for about TWO WEEKSu
EVERYBODY   COME. EVERYBODY COME.
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Wm. Johnston
! he Big Shoe House,
iEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
>s\ THK DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY JUNE n, 1904.
LOCAL NEWS.
Choice Dairy Butler, City Bakery.
Garden Party on Thursday, at
jp.m.
F. Sutherby returned home on
Tuesday.
Miss Davie is visiting friends* In
"Vancouver.
Rev. Canon Hilton was in Westminster on Wednesday.
W. J. Lanning and wife left, on
Sunday, for Victoria, visiting
friends. Mr. Eanning is expected
back to-day, while Mrs. Lanning
intends staying another week.
Ocean Dook
Good progress is being made on
the Vicarage.
McLaren's Imperial and Stilton
Cheese at the City Bakery.
Don't forget the garden party on
the afternoon of Thursday.
Geo. Devitt spent Suuday with
Eev. E. Manuel at Eburne.
Robt. May spent a couple of days
in New Westminster this week.
New shipment of Perfection
Cream and Salted Soda Crackers���
City Bakery.
Mrs. Mitchell, of Victoria, is
���miiting at Mrs. Wm. Arthur's,
Roscdale Farm.
Full line of Potted Meats,. Fish,.
Jams, etc., for lun.h and picnic
parties���City Bakery.
Miss Edna Williams returned on
Monday from Vancouver where she
had been visiting friends.
E. W. Calhoun and Alex. Davie
brought down a band of horses
frjom Douglas Lake on Friday last.
Mrs*. Alex. Davie returned home
on Saturday after spending a couple
of weeks in Vancouver, visiting
friends.
WHAT WE GET FROM U.S.
For the year ending June 30th,
1903, 'there were imported into
Canada from the United States agricultural implements to the vnlue
of $3,438,886. Over $1,000,000 ofj
this, was for harvesters $610,026 for
mowing machines. In addition, we
bought ot Uncle Sam other goods
identified with- the farm implement
trade to the value of $4,282,897, of
which #1,809, 865 was for binder
twine, $404,916 for cream separators, and over $1,200,000 for barbed
and galvanized wire..
He*
Nothing Like Experience.
"One truth learned by actual experience does more good than ten
experiences one hears about." Tell
a. man that Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will
cure cholera morbus, and he will
most likely forget it. before the end
of the day. Let him have a severe
attack of tbatdisease, feel that he is
about to die-, use this remedy, and
learn from his own experience how
quickly it gives relief, and he will
remember it all his life.���For sale
by F. J. MacKenzie.
A. O.   U.  W.
DEI.TA  LODGE   SO.   1.,   meets   firft    and
third   Tuesdays   in   each mouth i.i Wad*
dell's Hall. T. W. KKKK, Recorder.
I. GILCHRIST. M. W
I. O. F.
Court O-ssko, No. 3443, meets
in I O 0 F Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
each month Visiting brethren
always welcome. C. R,. J B.
Burr; R S,  B S McDonald
Rev- A. N. Miller went to Westminster, to-day, to meet his son,
Watson, who-is returning home for
the summer vacation.
1.0.0 F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
m. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
F. J. MacKenzik, N.G.
A. W. Oliver, Sec.
THE-, regular annual meeting, of 1
the Mechanics' Institute will bej
held in the Town Hall, on Friday, j
17th inst., for the purpose of elect-!
trig officers for the ensuing year.
Notice.
W. A. Kirkland and wife left, on
Saturday last, for the Kootenay
country.; Mr. Kirkland goes to
Rossland as a delegate from Delta
Lodge, No. 2j, to the P. O. O: F.
Grand Lodge in session there.
Poitt Roberts people ate making
preparations for a fine 4th of July
Celebration. Our band will be engaged and, in all probability,,the
Ladner Lacrosse Club will meet
some other club there o-i that day.
A supplementary meeting of the
Delta Farmers' Institute will be
held in the Town Hall, Ladner, on
Saturday evening,. June 25th, at 8
p.m.
The meeting will be addressed by
Prof. Shtttt, Central Kxperimental
Farm, Ottawa; and J. R. .Anderson,
Deputy Minister of Agriculture,
Victoria.
N. A. MCDIARMID,
Secretary.
Ladner, June 10th, 1904.
)K't")K'"��i")y'��'X('*,)Kl")K,>")(<"')K'*" ���!��� -'-to?*
Wm. Holmes had the misfortune
to have a little runaway, on Thursday afternoon. He had been hauling hay with a team of young
horses which Lecanie frightened at
the boat's whistle and bolted. Fortunately very little damage was
done.
��� ���SI    ss   1.1.        t ..ill
Ten days only. To-day and until Monday, June 20th, *-*ehenck,
a_e Vancouver photographer, will
Ba at Ladner; all those desiring
first-class photographs phase call at
Studio, next to Od Postoff ce, and
txamine work.
Horse Goods!
I ;fc Our llnruessi and Horse Furnishings
have long proved reliable, nnd they are
built not only for style but wear.
REPAIRING A  SPECIALTY.
hugh Mcdowell, J
Jjf a farmer here wants 1o ship-
hay to the United States l.e has to
pay $4 per ton duty, and if they
Ship hay here the-Y only pay $2;
and if we ship wool to the United
States we have to pay nc d-utj .
���(-.'hils tUey \wy only \i cr 3c.
LAONER, B. C. X
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IF YOU WANT
or
Fruit
-GO' TO
W. A. Kirkland.
A constant supply of Good Milk
Cows for ;-rivate families or for
dairy use on hand,, al*)
30 Head Youn�� $tock.
.FOR	
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
You can not get better bargains than, at Port Guichon.
We keep the bipst stock of everything that is needed for the
general public. Call or send in your order and we guarantee satisfaction.
'      Telephone 5.
Jlndrew Clausen,
Having entered our new premises^
we have opened up a large ronsigii-
ment of NKW GOODS. With a
better opportunity of displaying
our goods we cordially invite our'
patrons to call and inspect same.
Jeweller, Etc., ���tc.
Buggiea, Eta.
Our Stock of Buggies, Road*
carts, Wagons, etc., are of
First-Class Quality and we
carry a complete line.
Buy Your
dot Water Beater Uow!
The Yoho Bath Heater is Now
on the Market for $17.SO I
You have seen them demonstrated in your citj*- and
know /ust what the}' can do.
Just think of Hot Water (Boiling at That) in 90
Seconds, and only an Old Newspaper or Handful of Old
Chips to produce the result.
They are neat as well as ornamental,, and weigh but
25 lbs.
���!* W Yoho Bath Heater Co., Ltd., &
737 Pender St., Vancouver, B.C.
Write for Catalogue.    Mail Orders Receive Prompt
Attention.
Robt. May, Agent,
LADNER, B. C.
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W.   J.   Brandrith
Horticultural Supplies
Fruit Boxes,Bern/Crates
Ladner,       -       -       B.C.
This Space
Q. T. BAKER'S ^ ""jiHfr
Mowers, Etc.
Frost & Woods and Deer
ing Mowers; Hay Tedders,
Rakes, Binders, etc.
Full Stock ou Hand.
Call and See
Our Steel Frame
Yankee Gates
4-it. For 14-ft. Opening, $8.50
4-ft. For 16-ft. Opening, $9.50
F     C    WAHF    WESTHAM STREET,
eJ.    %������   VV SAUUe LADNER, B.
1
These are the very latest ideas in Footwear, e->rery pair of which
is guaranteed against cracking.
These Slices Are Sold Only By
W. EL SINCLAIR
���Qfe Leading
Shoe Store
Holmes' Block, New Westminster.
- dardman & Bryson, ���
DKAJ'sERS  Tit
Graniteware, Tinware, & Hardware,
Steel Ranges & Stoves.
Tinsmithing and Plumbing a Specialty.
Columbia Street, 823 Granville Street,
New Westminster. Vancouver.
MENS'
WOOL
PANTS
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Reserved
VOR-
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LEG, 29 to 34; WAIST, 32 to 42
Price, $1.50.
Phillips, The Clothier -
Nw  Westminster, B. C-
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