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OCT 27 1904
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���Vol. 2. No. 7.
LADNER, B. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1904.
$1.00 a year
##'*s Time
nge
Your Underwear if
.These Cool Days demand considerable preparation in the
line of Suitable Underwear and we have the
Lines You Want.
CHILDREN'S VESTS, m all .sizes, from 20c. up.
RUBEN BANDS, &c.
LADIES' UNION VESTS, Special at 25c
WATSON'S  UNSHRINKABLE  VESTS and  DRAWERS, in all
sizes.
BOYS' ELASTIC KNIT UNDERWEAR, size 22 to 32, at 50c.
MEN'S WOOL SHIRTS and DRAWERS, from 75c. to #3.00.
Also large range of MEN'S and BOYS' JERSEYS and
SWEATERS.
Open Until 9 o^look
Tonight
Mars
'iafVitt
Liberal
Ladner
Monday* Oct* 31
TO  BB ADDRESSED  BY
J. B. Kennedy
(The  Liberal  Canflidate)
and 'Others.
_, Por Sale.
������Some Sae Buff Orpington Cockerels from Imported Stock.
Apply
JL X. NICHOLSON.
CALL AT
.. Stainton's..
AND SEE   THE NEW
FARM SCALES,
JNCUDATGRSs
FANNING MILLS,
And ALL KINDS OF FARMING
'IJV.PLI-.MENTS.
���OUR NEW GASOLINE LAMPS
ARE NOW -IN.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
No Generating, they Light With
a Match.
FOUND���On   Delta  street,   die
load of .gravel.    Apply -D. M. C.
HARVEST FESTIVAL.
The Harvest Festival held in the
Methodist Church, on Sunday last,
was well attended both morning
and evening, Rev. Geo. H. Morden,
of New Westminster, delivered excellent sermons, both here and at
Fast Delta, which were much appreciated by all who had the good
fortune of hearing them.
The choir, which was gotten up
specially for the occasion, was-composed ei -the tollowing ladies and
gentlemen: Mesdames Miller, Lanning, and Harrington, Misses Calhoun and Thirkle, Revs. P. H. Mc-
Ewen and Miller, with Robt. Smith
as organist, and some excellent
music wasrendered.
It is a pity that these opportunities come so seldom. We hope to
hear this aggregation more than
once in the uear future.
Prize List.
Following is the list of prizes
awarded at our Exhibition, which
was held over from last week, with
these corrections: Division B, 2-
ye.ar-old general purpose should
read ist, T. E. Ladner; Division H.,
white Swede, ist, T. E. Ladner.
DIVISION A.���CATTLE.
Durhams: Bull, aged, W. 11. Ladder, H. Vasey.
Bull, 1! years, Inverholme Stock
-'"arm..
Hull calf, W. H. Ladner, Inverholme
.Stocx Farm.
Cow, aged, H. Vasey, Inverholme
Stock Farm.
Heifer, 2 years,. II. Vasey, Inverholme Stock Farm.
Heifer, lyear, H. Vasey (Inverholme
Stock Farm.
Heifer calf, Inverholme Stock Farm,
W. li. Ladner.
Jerseys:    Bull, aged, D. Gunn.
Cow, aged, E. S. Browne.
Ayrshires:    Bull, aged, C. Davis.
Graded Stock: Cow, aged, Mrs.
(inlander, T. K. Ladner.
Heifer, .2 years, Mrs. Gillander,- C.
Davis.
Heifer, 1 year, Mrs. Gillander, J.
Kills.
Heifer calf, Inverholme Stock Farm,
T. E. Ladner.
Fat cow or steer, A. Davie.
Herd 5 Dairy Cows, A. Davie, T. E.
Ladner, C. Davis.
Sweepstakes, best beef cow, Ii.
Vasey.
Sweepstakes, dairy cow, A. Davie.
Farmers' Institute prize, ��� Inverholme, H. Vasey.
Bair tirade Beeves, A. Davie.
DIVISION B.���HORSES.
Brood mare, H. Vasey, T. B.-Pem.
berton.
Sucking colt, H. Vasey, T. E. Ladner.
Two year old colt, Wellington
Farm, K. Pybus.
Yearling colt, T. E. Ladner,    Mrs.
Gillander.
., Draft Horses, II. Vasey.
General purpose brood mare, F. B.
Pemberton, C. Davis.
Sucking colt, C. Davis, A. Davie.  '
Three-year-old colt, E. S. Browne,
A. Davie.
Two-year-old general purpose, E.
Ladner, F. B. Pemberton.
One-year-old general. purpose, W.
Smillie. T. E. Ladner.
Koadsters- Brood mare, ,T. W.Hol-
linshead, 1 nnd 2.
Sucking colt, J. W. Hollinshead.
Three-year-old,  T. E. Ladner.
One-year-old, J. W. Hollinshead.
Buggy Uorse, .r. Montgomery.
Saddle Uorse, Mrs. McGregor, W. H.
Ladner.
(Stocking eolt by Newman, Wellington Farm, A. Read, Ed. Holman.
Sucking eolt, by I'remier Prince, M.
Wharton, T. E. Ladner, Mrs. Gillander.
Farmers' Institute prize, band horses, H. Ynsey, T.  17 Ladner.
Best Agricultural team, -J. Gilchrist,
H. D. Uensoii.
.Best cm. on ground, any class, J.
Gilchrist.
DIVISION 0.���SHEEP.
Shearling ram, IT. M Vasey 1 and 2.
Bam lamb, il. M. Vasey 1 and 2.
Aged Ewes, 11. M. Vasey 1 and 2.
Ewe lambs, II- M. Vasey 1 and-2.
Pair Shearling ewes, 11. M. Vasey
1 and 2.
Isdirg wool. Hollingshead, 1 and 2.
Shearling ram, .1. Richardson, 1 arid
���X
Ham lamb, .1. Richardson.
Pen aged    ewes,    J. Richardson,    1
and 2.
I    Ewe lamb, .T. Richardson,
Shearling nves, J, Richardson 1
and "_.
farmers' Institute, special, II. Vasey.
DIVISION  D.���SW1NK.
Bflnr, aged, H. M. "Vasey, H. D.j
Hen��on.
Urood sow, 11. M. Vasey, M. Wharton.
Hoar, under (Vmonths, H. M. Vasey.
Sow. under 6 months, H. M. Vasey,
H. D. l'cnsou.
Best litter, Under 3 months, A.
Smith.
Farmers' Institute prize, sow and
5 of her pigs, under 0 months, H. M.
Vasey.
DIVISION E.���POULTRY.
Pair turkeys, E. S. Browne.
Gander and p-nose, E. 8. Prowne.
Raven ducks, E. S. Brown, Mrs.
Cresswell.
Pair Bralim-is. E. S. Browne.
White Rocks. T. E. Ladner.
Parrn-ii Rocks, E. S. Browne.
Gold-l.tced Wyandotte. E. R. Browne.
Burt' Orpington, T. E. Ladner, F. B.
Pemberton.
Pair due's-s. lired 1004, Leorta Whitworth.  K. S.  Browne.
Pair geese. 1004. E. S. Browi*e.
I'air emclvcns, JHU4, *_. s, Browne,
D. Woods.
D1V.   r\���BUTTER.  CHEESE,  ETC.
Fresh butter, prints, A. Read, Mrs.
D. Me'iregor.
2s> lbs. in tub, Leona Whitworth,
Mrs.  P.  Mi'.regor.
"40 lbs. ifn rolls, Lfcona Wliitwor'Vs,
Mrs. A. Read.
Hread, Mrs. A. Read, Mrs. A. DeB.
Taylor.
Heaviest 12 eggs, Airs. Gillander.
Bread, girls under 14, Vera Gillander.
Hread, girls under 12, Gretta Gillander.
Chocolate layer cake, by girl under
14, Ruby Thirkle, Vera Gillander.
Jelly cake, Gretta Gillander.
Bread, made from Gold Crown
flour, Marshall Smith's special, Mrs.
H. J. Cresswell, Mrs. .<V. DeR. Taylor,
DIVISION G.���VEGETABLES.
Carrots, short, F. B. Pemberton, R.
C. Abbott.
Onions, yellow, J. Bone, H. J. Cresswell.
Onions, red,' H. J. Cresswell, V.
Woods.
Parsnip, R. C. Abbott, J. Bone.
Beets, F. B. Pemberton, J. Bone.
Turnips, H. J. Cresswell, J. Bone.
Cabbage, 2 heads, T. E. Latdner, J.
Bone.
Red cabbage, J. Bone.
Cauliflower, D. A. McKee, H. J.
Cresswell.
Cucumber, R. C. Abbotit, H. 1.
Cresswell.
Tomatoes, D. Woods, H. J. Cresswell.
Scptash, largest, T. E. Ladner, i..
Bone.
Celery, T. E. Ladner.
Corn, T. E. Ladner, .T. Bone.
Citrons, 2, J. Bone, D. Woods.
DIVISION II.���FIELD PRODUCE.
Spring-.wheat, H. D.    Benson,    A.
Read.
Barley, Inverholme Stock Farm, H.
D. Benson..
White oats, A. Falk, A. Read.
Black oats, A. Davie.
Early Rose potatoes, D.  Woods.
Early variety potatoes, D. A. McKee, H. J.  Cresswell.
Uurbank, T. E. Ladner, J. B. Pemberton.
.Mangolds, Jong, red. C. Davis, A. Davie.
Mangolds, globe, A. Read, T. E. Ladner.
Long red sugar .mangolds, T. E.
Ladner, A. Davie.
Vellow globe mangolds, T. -E. .Ladner, A. Davie.
Sugar beet, long. T. E. Ladner, F.
B.  I'emberton.
Sugar beet, short. A. Davie, S. Paddon.
Red carrot, long, T.'E. Ladner, F.
B.  Pemberton.
White carrot,' F. B. Pemberton,
Intermediate, A. Davie, T. E. Ladner.
White Swede, F. B. Pemberton,
(i Swedes. T. E. Liuhter.
Any other variety, F. B. Pemberton, T.   r..   Ladner.
Pumpkin, J.  Pone.
Cabbage, 2 heads, A. Davie, H. J.
Cresswell.
Collection grain in straw, A. Davie.
DIVISION   I��� MISCELLANEOUS.
Currant-wine, Mrs. A. DeR. Taylor.
Assortment presented 'fruit, _t. C.
Abbott, Mrs.  D.  A.   McKee.
DIVISION  J.���FRUIT.
��� Apples���-<_ra.venetein, T.'E. Ladner,
F. J I.  I'en.berton.
Duchess, ,7. Hone.
Wealthy, .7.Roue, .7. Elite.
King, T. 70. Ladner, J. Ellis.
Baldwin, Alex. Davie, W. .7. Brandrith.
Northern Spv, T. E. Ladner, 3. Ellis.
Best collection winter apples, 5 varieties, 5 each, T. E. Ladner, AV. -J.
Brandrith.
Bartleti pears, T. 77 Ladner.
Collection fall pears, T. E. Ladner,
J.  Bills.
llvslop crab, T. B. Ladner, J, Bone.
B Quince, Alex. Davie, W. si. Brandrith.
DIVISION  u     FLORAL.
Collection cut rows, Mrs. T. McNeeliy.
Collection stocks, Mrs. II. ,7. Cresswell.
Collection zinnias, Mrs.  Banning.
Collection carnations, Airs. T. Alc-
Meeljy.
Collection [Minsles, Mrs.  Bone.
Collection gladiolus, Mrs. T. McNeeliy.
��� Collection dahlias, Mrs. T. Mc-
Needy.
Table bouquet, Mi's.  Lanning.
Hand bouquet, Mrs. 11, ,7. Cress,
well.
Sweet pea-s, Mrs. Bone, Mrs. D. A.
McKee.
DIVISION L.���FANCY WORK.
Fancy netting, Afrs.  l^annlng.
.stJofa pillow, Airs. Lanning, Mrs. T.
McNeeliy.
Tatting, Mrs. H. J. Cresswell.
Embroidery on-cotton, Mrs. T. M��-
Neelly, Airs. B. J. Thomas.
Fine Berlin wool work, Airs. T.
McNeeliy, Mrs.   Hone.
Heavy Berlin wool work, Mrs. T.
AlcNeeily.
Handkerchief, Airs. T. McNeeliy,
.Mrs. Cresswell.
Centre piece, B. J. Thomas.
Hooked rng mat, Airs. T. McNetel-
ly. II. .1. Thomas.
Crochet cotton Ince, Mrs. Hennessey, Airs. T. AieNeelly.
Pincushion, Airs. A. Davie, Airs.
Banning.
'Men's sox. danrod, Mrs. Lanning.
���Hand-sewing, Airs.   Lanning.
'.Patch-work, quilt, Airs.   AlcNee.lly.
Collection fancy-work, Mrs.  B.-.T.
TljUHV'S. .
Concert.
On Thursday evening last one of
the largest concourses of Deltaites
assembled in Oddfellows' Hall to
hear what proved to be an excellent concert, and to partake of the
good things provided by the ladies'
guilds for the benefit oi our reading
room. "Since the ladies have undertaken to -provide funds for the
above institution, (hey have worked very faithfully, as the results of
their first entertainment will prove.
The following programme was
successfully run off with the president, H. J.-Kirkland, in "the chair:
Miss E. Reid, instrumental; E. T.
Calvert, solo, accompanist, Mrs. C.
F. Green; Mrs. Harrington, solo,
accompanist, R. Smith- E- Manders,
recitation; Mrs. Honeyman, solo,
accompanist, Mrs. W.H. Ladner ;
Mesdames Harrington, Lanning
and Kirkland, trio, accompanist,*!..
Smith; Mrs. McBride, recitation;
Mrs. Hayes, solo, accompanist,
Mrs. C. F. Green; Mrs. Lanning,
solo, accompanist, R. Smith; Miss
Reid, instrumental; Mrs. Harrington, solo andv ftgeore, accompanist,
R. Smith; E. T. Calvert, solo, accompanist, Mrs. Green.
Among the above were some
very sweet voices which have not
been heard publicly for a long time
and all the numbers, without any
exception, were well executed and
uch appreciated.
Miss Alice Ladner would have
contributed to the programme but
did not reach home in time.
The total sum raised amounts to
about $.1-50.
Battenburg-'woric, B. J. Thomas.
Point lace, B. J. Thomas, Mrs, T.
McNeeliy.
Oil painting, Mrs. -T. McNeeliy,
Miss Davie.
' CHILDREN'S WORK.
Specimen penmen ship,- by '.childrssji
under Hi, Flora E. Cook,' li. M. Kirkland.
Specimen penmanship, by children
under 11, lttith Miller,- Ola tide .'McLeod.
Best -writing, 100 words, by.girl Or
boy, 15 or udder, Flora E. Cook.
Best writing, by 'girl iorwboy, 'W
years or under, Graoe Miller.
U. E. Prior's special for be'st'��<*H-
Icction roots,-T.  E.  Ladner.
Hrakman-Ker special for belrt
white milling oats, A.  Falk.
Rennie's special for hea*ieJst tankard cream sugar beet from Rennte-'s
seed, A. Davie.
D. McCrea was a passenger -on
up river steamer yesterday.
W. H. Wilson spent Monday * hi
the Terminal City on business.
We have �� shipment 6' new datfts
and)"', gs coming in tbe first of the
week at the City Bakery.
.Lost.
On Thursday evening, a Gottl
Bar Brooch, with the initials "H.
A. C," on tbe front. Firii_6r
please leave same at Mr. J. F.
Stainton's.
For Sale.
A genuine Domestic '���SeXv-'rfiij*;
Machine. Price $20.00. * WatMntrid
in perfect running order, with full
set of attachments. 'Inquire at Me
office.
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I Horse Goodsft
%     Our Hartiem and  Horse KuttiKHtitjgs &
ift have loug ptfoct-41 relis-.tsle. aud***h**.y*fl.re
T Uuilt not only Tor style but wear.
f RCPAIRINO A SPEClALtV.
I hugh Mcdowell,
T LADNER, B. C %
X THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY OCTOBER au, 1904.
THd   DELTA   TIMES.
Published every Saturday.
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!IC*1.
Kates tor Cammereial Advertisements can be
had on applicmtian at this office.
Heading notices 10 cents per line for each insertion.
Birth and Death notices, 5<-c., Marriages $:.oo.
Aiiy special notice, the object of which is to
promote the pecuniary benefit ol any individual
cr. csstupanv, te be considered an iulvcrtisemtnl
snd charges* accordingly.
All advertlaemeats charged for until 01 dereil
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Correspondence invited an matters ol public
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companied hy name oi writer, not necessarily
fir publication, but as evidence, of good faith.
Correspondence must reach this office hy Thui.-��
day evoning.
GKCh   R.   MAWLKY,
Manager.
SATURDAY, OCTOnEK 22, 1904.
001 a.m.: ^rrz..    .:  ���
Agriculture.
The Agricultural Importance of Bacteria.
Nitrogen is to the soil in which
our plants grow much what tie
oleygen ofthe air is to us; for without it the death of vegetation must
uftitaately ensue. For that reason
We add the necessary quanity of
nitrogen to the tilled soil in tbe
fdrm of fertilizers. It happens,
however, thafethe supply ot fertilizers, which in turn is dependent on
the supply of nitrates in the world,
if limited. Like the coal: fields of
Pennsylvania, the nitrate beds from
Which nitrogen compounds are obtained must-ultimately be exhausted. And because the freenitrogen of
the air in its elemental state canr.ot
be assimilated by vegetaton, it is
no wonder that the agricultural
chemist has* taken upon himself
to devise some means for restoring
to the earth the nitrogen which it
must give up to the growing plant
arid without which the plant could-
oot grow.
Just bow the nitrogen of the air
aftuld be converted into nitrates
suitable for' fertilization is a
problem that has been attacked
tiine and time again with scant
success. Crookes proposed a -plan
not without merit, a plan by which
the.nitrogen of the air was converted
into nitric acid through the agency
of the electric spark. In. the current
issue of ��� the Supplement another
solution of the vexing problem is
outlined, which comes from an entirely different quarter ot the Scientific world. For centuries fanners
have known that different crops
should be- grown in the same Held
with each succeeding year. Gome
crops following clover and other
plants were found to flourish admirably. Careful analyses by agricultural chemists have shown that
the bettfits derived by this rotation
are due directly to the increased
stores of nitrogen placed at the
disposal of the benefited plants. It
would necessarily have followed
that plants of the clover type were
able to render available nitrogen
which wsuld otherwise be un-
afisimilated. Further investigation
showed that this nitrogeti was fixed in a manner entirely unexpected, that- we need have no fear of the
exhaustion of the nitrate-beds which
supply us with the chief ingredients
of our fertilisers.
The Leguminosia family of plants,
among otherdistinctions, have well-
defined nodules at their roots,
highly charrged with nitrogen
and constituting the habitat of
certain bacteria '���, indispensable
itt nitrogen assimilation. Elaborate experiments proved ttmt the
destruction of these bacteria ��� was
equivalent to the destruction-ol the
pfant life itself. Bacteria life, then,
and nothing else, contains the secret
of nitrogen? production. It having
been settled with reasonable certainty that- the fixation of nitrogen in
tke case of Leguminosia is directly
..ace-able to bacteria, the next in-
-ststigation -to be carried out had
���ijCitei ci.et��rmi-riat-iuii th. life pro*
cess. 01 these bacteria���the conditions under which they thrive, the
amount of light, heat and moisture
that they require, the manner in
which the plant appropriated the
nitrogen brought to it from the air,
and finally, the possibility of artificially stimulating plant life by inoculating soil with the bacteria.
These investigations have been
carried out with striking success.
At no very distant day the farmer
will either inoculate his field with a
culture of bacteria adapted to the
crop he wishes to grow, or incorporate with his soil earth of a
field where the crop has already
been succesful. The uncertainty of
a good crop will then have vanish
ed, and a farmer will be assured of.
ofthe best obtainable crops from
the seed which he has planted.
Guesswork will have given place to
absolute certainty.���Scientific American.
A. O.   U.   W.
rjKLTA I.ODGS NO. 12, meets fint and
Af third Tuesdays in each mouth ia VTad-
dell's Hall. T. W. KHRR, Recorder.
I. (ULCHRIST, M. W
H. J. Kirkland returned home,
Thursday, from a business trip to
Victoria.
Will the gentleman who stole my
rake, my hammer and my saw from
the vicarage grounds, kindly return
the hammer. The only remaining
hammer in my possession has a
crooked face and the use of it is
not inducive to Christianity. Yours
sincerely, my "incognito," Ronald
Hilton.
AUCTION SALE!
Live & Dead Farm Stock
Furniture & Effects.
Comprising four staunch and active
CART HORSES, one DRIVER,
one heavy three-year-old Bay
Colt, one heavy two-year-old
FILLY, seven FRESH MILK
COWS, five two-year-old HEIFERS in Calf, one four-year-old
Durham BULL, one Bull CALF,
two CALVES, twelve EWES
and LAMBS, one RAM, two
SOWS with Pigs, one Berkshire
BOAR, seven SHOATS, three
dozen CHICKENS, one binder,
one mower, two wagons, one
cart, hay rake, three plows,
sulkey plow, scratch harrows,
scraper, Planet Jr. seeder, two
sets of double team harness, set
buggy harness, ladies' side saddle,
cyclone seeder, fanning mill, hay
fork and carrier, straw cutter,
horseshoeing outfit, carpenter's
tools, vice, anvil and drills; 3,000
shakes, dairy utensils, etc.
THE FURNITURE
Includes bedroom sets, feather beds,
mattresses,  toilet sets, extension
dining    table,     centre     tables,
lounges, easy, rocking and other
chairs,  whatnots.   Singer sewing
machine, bookcase,  complete set
of Dickens'   works   aud    other
books, clocks, carpets and mats,
kitchen    tables,    crockery    and
glassware, pots; pans and tinware,
heaters, self sealers, three tons of
apples and  pears, two tons Burpee's extra early seed potatoes,
one '22 rifle, etc., which
jy/TRs    H.    N.    RICH   has    received instructions from Mrs.
S. L. .Smith,   who   has  disposed of
the  property, to SELL by  AUCTION,   on   the  premises, 5   Miles
Southeast of Ladner, on  Tuesday,
25th October,  1904, at 11 o'clock
a.m.
Luncheon will be provided.
.  Terms OP Sai.k ��� ��2,5 and under,
cash; over that amount, approved
notes at 3 months, with interest at
Bank rate, or cash.
Auction Ofiic.-s, Ladner, B.C.
I. O. F.
Court Osseo, No. 3443, meets
in I O O F Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
each month Visiting brethren
always welcome. C. R, J B.
Burr; R S,   B S  McDonald
I.O.O.F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
m. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
N. A. McDiarmid. 'N.G.
Dr. A. A. King, Sec.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL und surveyor
Room 2. EUard lilock, New Westminster.
Fashion Stables =
Trucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
Wm. Alexander
Ladner. 1. C.
EARS for
reserving,
.elding
Or Eating.
Place Your Orders Early and Get
the Best.
Per Box*
W. A. Kirkland.
iiisiii.nyro.
Time Table.
IN EFFECT MAY 1, 1904.
No. 1���Leaves Victoria at 7 a.m.,
arrives at Guichon nr30 and at New
Westminster, 1 p.m..
No. 2���Leaves New Westminster at 1.45 p.m., Guichon, 3 p. m.,
arriving at Victoria 7:20 p,m.
McRAE & Co
I
NEW WESTniNSTER.IJ. C.
A lull line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
.J. HENLEY
��i>   NEW WESTMINSTER,    .-.  B. C
4f Manufacturers of all kinds of
i Soda Water, Ginger
���    Ale and Summer
i Drinks. ��
1       Your patronage solicited      ���
N.Rich
Notary Public,
1 Esut 8 \wm
Ladner, B. G.
Purchasing- Agent
Brackman-Ker Milling; Co
Limited.
CRHSCENT   ISLAND.
Six   Dairy  Cows, in  Calf; 2  two-
year-old Heifers, in Calf;  2 yearling Heifers; 4 Calves, 1   t.iree-
year-old  Bull;   3   Colts;   Saddle
Mare;   5   dozen   chickens;  har-
ows;    wagon,   sets   of   harness,
mower, horse rake, Melotte Separator,    dairy     utmsils,    forks,
spades and tools, TOP BUGGY,
and the very  Useful  Assortment
of   Furniture  contained   in   the
Residence, together with a Quantity of Firewood, which
MR. H. N. RICH has received
instructions'   from    Mr.    C.
Morrow (who has  disposed  of his
Farm) to SELL BY AUCTION,
on the pre.uises. as above, on Wednesday,    November    2nd,    at    2
o'clock sharp.
Terms : Under $25, cash; over
that amount, approved notes at 6
moi ths, .with   Bank   Interest,, 0?;'
cash., ,
L .��.  A. .t- A.   .���. A   .��_ A.   .���_ I.A   if     i     t     -
"ir T'i T l T P_PT TH ���!������*"
Delta Transfer Stable
LADNER, B. C. J
SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES
ON SHORT NOTICE
Team Work Bent* at Specially Low Prices.      *
I
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
Telephone "Ladner" No. 10.
HELTA TINSMITH QHOP
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs* Stove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and Everything Else in Thia Line.
Agont for"
Gurney Foundry Co/a Stoves;
P. D. Dod'i Mixed Paints.
Yoho Bath Httater.
Just tke tb.Bf for making water hot for washing dairj-r
uteasili, ���caldinj hogs,., or for wash day. Every
Fanner's Wife Should Have On*.
ROBT. MAY,
Westham StrMt,
Ladner, B". C.
RB-wfl
���okes & Cullis
Purveyors.
Por PRIME BEEF, MUTTON
and PORK TRY US.
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C.
HAZELMERE LUMBER CO.
Manufacturers  of all. kinds of First-Class
Rough and Dressed Lumber.,
We can deliver to any point on the Railroad in Delta*
Our Price Is Night. Wo Can Save You Money*
Drop Go a Line, Oar Agent WNI Gall on You.
GEO* M* THRIFT, Manager*
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, - $4,000,000
CAPITAL, PAID UP        - - $3,000,000
RESERVE FUNDS, - - $3,192,705
A General Banking Business Transacted!-
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 50 BRANCHES.
~\
X.
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancouver, Vancouver
East End, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Victoria, Chilliwack, Ladner, Cumberland,
H., K., "WRIGHT,, Manager,,
LADNER, a.C
Gents' Clothing,
Hats & rurnishings
At AN Prison.
Best Line of Boots & Shoe�� In Town,
Rubbers to Suit Everyone.
-ftsf
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Price*
-Aa?-
utcherson
\ THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1904.
Nominal Owner ot Property.
Delta Dyke & Drainage
1895, By*Eaw HodS.���	
A by-law. to provide for presenting, maintaining, repairing and keeping in repair, certain Dyking and
/minag- worts constructed under and by virtue of the provisions of the Delta Dyke and Drain ijy-law, 1890,
��� ii tne Municipality of Delta.
Provisionally adopted on the lSth day of October, A. D. 1904.
Whereat) under the said "Delta Dyke and Drain By-law, 1895," certain drainage and dyking works
therein mentioned were and are fully made and completed and are now being operated in the said Municipality;
And whereas, under, and by virtue of Section 261 of the "Municipal Act, 1897," it is. provided that after
such works are fully made and completed as aforesaid, it snail be the duty of the said Municipality making
such works to preserve, maintain and keep in repair, the same at the expense of the lots, parts of lots, and
roads, as the case may be as agreed upon and shown in the by-law when finally passed;
And whereas, under and by virtue of Section 2(13 of the Municipal Act, 1897," the council may pass a
by law to borrow upon debentures ot the said Municipality, the funds necessary for the repairs and works
required by said Section 2S1, and shall assess and levy upon the property benefited, a special rate sufficient
tor the payment of. the principal and interest of the debentures;
And whereas, it is expedient and necessary to preserve, maintain, repair,, and keep in repair the said
.vurks at the expense of the lots ami parts of lots benefited tuereby, and the sum of four thousand ($4000.09)
dollars is necessary and ia required tuerefor:
iie it therefore enacted by the said Municipal Council of the District Municipality of the Corporation
uf Helta, pursuant to the provisions of the "Municipal Act, 1897," and Amendment Acts,, as follows:
1 That the He-eve of the said District Municipality may borrow on the credit of the Corporation of
: .i.i District Municipality the sum of $4000.00, being the funds necessary for the said works, and may issue
debentures of. the said Corporation to thnt amount in sums of not less than $100.00 each, and payable within eleven years from the date thereof, with interest at the rate of five per cent, per annum, that is to say
.ii eleven equal annual payments, .'the first of which shall be due and payable on the fifth of October, 1905,
iwl ull such debentures to be payable &t the Royal Bank of Canada, Ladner, I'rovince of British Columbia,
��� ii i ti, have attached to them coupons *or tlie fiaym^ii of interest.
2.    Kor tbe purpose of paying the sum oi $4000.00 being the amount to be charged against the said lands
benefited, and which said lands are numbered in schedule "A" of this By-law, and which are the lands numbered and described ih the By-law knowa and described as "Delta Dyke and Drain By-law, 1895, of the Munici-
i ���,     1  Delta," and to cover interests thereon for eleven years at the rate of five per centum per annum,
anil the following special rates, over and above all other rates, shall be assessed and levied in the same man-
oer Fn;! at the same time as taxes are levied upon the undermentioned lots an dparts of lots, and which are
land   mentioned and described in the schedule of assessment in the said "Delta Dyke  and Drain  By-law,
' ,    Municipality of Delta," and the amount of said special rates and interest assessed  against each
o' nr part of lot, respectively, shall! be>* divided into eleven equal parts, and one such part shall be assessed
1 ���'* '"���! ms aforesaid in each year for eleven years after tne final passing of this By-law, during which the
said debentures have to run.
SCHEDULE "A." ���     r    -
Schedule of assessment on eettain lands in'Townships 8, 4, 5 and 0 for   preserving,    maintaining,    and
.-coping- in repair- lAnd reclamation.- and drainage works for-benefits to said Townships.
Description of Property.
2
<
Nominal' Owner offFroperty.
Description of Property.
I
o
Anderson, it ., .. ...
Allison, .M. and J ..
Anderson, Gus ....
Anderson, tius ....
Anderson, Gus ....
Axclson, Adam .. .
A. li. C. Packing Co
Alexander,, Wm.. ..
Arthur, MrsuW.. ..
Arthur, Mrs.-W.. ..
Arthur, C. H	
Arthur, 11. J	
Arthur, F. T	
l-*;.th, John   ..
Haiti, .N. li.	
Hath, Jos	
lioiisim, ll. O.	
Bens3n7H. ��... ...
Booth, sias ... ... ..
iJroilie, EldoB'...  ..
Bone, Jas...   ...   ..
Browne, E. S	
i.. uwnf, E. S	
Burr, J. tf. ..   ....  ..
Burr, J. tl	
Burr, J. J ,
I'.urr, E. li... 	
Burr, E. li	
Burr, E. B...  ...  .���
s .   iu, Ueo.
Byrorn,  Mrs,
Bown, E. A	
BroWn, A	
Butterfield, J. T.
ttcrney,, Jus	
Black, Daviti ....
Brodie', Sidney ..
Headlestbn, C...
iiaptist Church .
Calhoun, E. W...
Corty, John ...
v'hidrtl, E	
Cresswell, li. J..
L'osulieh, A....  ..
OampbelJ, .1. A...
Collinson, ,1. M..
Cane, J	
Garter, li....
Cullis, F	
Davie, Alex-...   .
Davie, Aleac....   .
Deveraux, Khoda
.Oove, Doughss   .
Dunndale, T; J..
Elliot, J. B..,   .
Elliot, J. B...   .
Ellis, W. K..... ..
rtllis, .John ...  .,
Hgton, B	
���'*��!'<, A. A	
tfttik, A.. A	
Fills, A, A	
Folk, Andrew ...
Farrell,  Richard
Jfenton, Alex ...
Follis, jns	
Jfrederiek, JL,.
Follis, John ....
ilibbie, P. T. ..
Gilchrist, J	
Gilchrist, A. ..
'���'Vhrist, A. . :
Gilchrist.  A.   ..
Brunt, Jas.	
Grant, D. B. ...
Preen, C. F.".. ..
Ooudy, W	
Guichon, Est. L.
Gr. 2, pt lot 59  ..   ..
Gr. 2, pt lot 139	
Gr. 2, pt lot 102	
Ladner, lots 3, 4 and 5 ..
Guichon, lots 0 and 11 ..
Isaduer, lot 24	
Gr. 2, pt lot 10(i  -..
Ladner, lot 35	
Or. 2, lot 111	
Gr. 2, pt lot 172 .. 	
Gr. 2, pt lot 172	
Gr. 2, pt lot 112	
Gr. 2, pt lot 112	
Tp. 5, pt "NE Vi Sec. 10 .
1/adrwr, lot 115	
Ladner, pt lot M	
Tp. 5, MC V. 'Sec. 25 ..
Tp. 3, N y> See. .'ill ....
Ladiier, lots 45 and 40 ..
Gr. 2, pt lot 18S ..... ..
Ladiier, lots 101 and 103
Gr. 2, lot 110 . .  ...  ....
Gr. 2, pt lot 188	
Gr..2, lot 140	
Gr. 2, pt lot 142	
Gr. 2, lot 144	
Gi*. 2, pt. 16t 9(i	
Gr. 2, pt lot 147	
Gr. 2. lot 148	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 180   ,
(!P0 ']  pt#"  >#   ' Ladner, lot 130 ...
Uidner, lot 131 and 132 .. .
Tp. 4, pt Sec. 20 ,
'   Gr. 2, pt. lot. 132	
,  Gr. 2, pt. lot. 59	
,   Gr. 2. pt. lots 1S.'{ and 184 ..
,   Gr. 2, pt. lot 138	
,  Gr. 2-pt..lot 1.15	
,   Ladner, lot 141	
,   Gr. 2, pt. lot 188	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 132  ..   ....
,  Gr. 2, lot 105	
,   Ladner, lot 130	
, Gr. 2, pt. lot 59	
.   Gr. 2. pt. lot 59	
,   Ladner, lots 108 to 101  ..
,  Gr. 2, pti lot 131 	
.   Gr. 'iy pt. lot 59	
.  Gr. 2, pt. lot 137	
,  T. 5, s.w. Vi sec 2.1	
,  Gr. 2, lot 170 ...
,   Gr. 2, pt. lot 115	
.  Gr. 2. pt. lot 130	
.  Ladner, loth 142 and 143 ..
Uidner, lots 14 to 18	
Ladner, lot 72	
��� Gr. 2, pt. lot IKS	
.   Gr. 2. pt. lot  183	
, Lacbier, lot 122	
.  Gr. 2, pt. lot 183	
,   Gr. 2, pt. lot 119	
,   Gr. 2, ))t. lot Oil	
,   Or. 2,' pt. lot. 119	
.   Gr. 2, lot 113	
,   Lndner, lot' 110	
,   Gr. 2, pt. lot. 115	
,   Ti fi, s>. 14 sec 35	
,  Gr. 2, pt. lot-182 ..   '...
.  Gr. 2, lot 183.	
.   T. (I, s. Vi s.w: 14 sec 12 ..
,   T. ft, pt. n.w. Vi sec 12 ....
, JGr. 2,' pt. lot-90a	
,   Gr. 2, pt, lot'147	
.Gr. 2, pt. lot 115	
, > Uidner, lot 100 . .  ..  ..  ..
j Or: 2, lot 1417.. ...
, : T. 5, s. pt. sec 25	
. .Gr. 2; lot 127
aulchon; Est. L Gr. 2" lot 117.
Guichon, Ent. L.
Guichon, Est. L.
Guichon, Est. L. ...
Guiehnn, Ifcrt, L. ..
Guichon, Est. L. ....
Guichon, Est. L	
Orsn* & Kerr	
GoidunicB, J. .....
Graner, j: ,	
Green. EHwibet* ...
ttnrtnfll.' F	
TTnrtneir, F.	
HoJenhrs. K	
Harris. T)	
Holmes, ,T. fi	
Holmes, Wm	
Holmes. Wm	
Hume, Thos  .
"S'ume, Thofl.... ......
. Gr. 2, lot 108	
.. ..' ."  Gr. 2, lot ITO'.  .
. .jOr. 2, lot 98 ..	
 Gr. 2, lot 97	
 .  ..   Gr. 2, lot 90	
... .. ..   Guichon, 2 lots	
    Guichon, 36 lot*	
... ... ..   Glijsthon, 1 lot  ..   :	
 , T. 5; pt, n. e. *& sec 14 ..
    Ladner, lot 01	
 Ladder, lots 78" nnd 79 ..
,>-..    Or? 2, pt. Ini 188	
... .... ..   Gi*. 2, pt. lot 132' .. -..   ,.
....'.  ..   T. 0.- pt. 11.w.  >4 see 12  . .
 Gr. 2. Int  log	
 T. ft e.e. ��
 TO. nt,
....  ..   Gr. 2, lot Mil
. snv, n��� -...' Gr. 2; lot: .fn*)
we 12 ..
':'i sec 1.
10
132
1/2
2/3
3/20
2 1/2
3/20
160
15
100
82 1/2
82-1/2
80
1/2
1/4
100
320
2/5
10
3/5
170
5 1/2
153
113
20
135
41 1/2
10
153
1/5
4/5:
09
78
10
80
72
1
1/5
121
25
53
1
5
20
4/5
27
5
71 1/2
100
01
10
70
2/5
18/20
1/5
05
32
05/100
28.87
82
0
41
105
vr>
20
159 1/2
34
157
8U
120
25 1/10
71 1/2
11 1/2
1/5
170
214
5
128
1��0
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100
130
2/5
7 1/5
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10
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65
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Hutcherson, H. J	
Hansen, L.	
Hansen, C  ..
Haggman, J. .....  ..
Hafrgman, J	
HolJingshead, J. W.
Hanford, F	
lloule,  0	
Jackson, IE. S	
Jordan, Jos	
Jordan, Jos.	
Jordan, Jos	
Janet, D.	
Jiiriet, D , ..
Juriet, D	
Jensen, Alf. ., .. .. ..
King, A. A	
Kirkland, Est.. J. ..  ...
Kirkland, Est. J	
Kirkland, F	
Kirkland, H. J	
Kirkland, Mrs. J	
Kettles, Chos. ,
Kerr,  T.  W	
Logan, J. A	
Livery, E. ..  ...  .
Ladner, Thos. E. ..  .. .
Litdner, Thos. E	
Ladner, Thosl E ". ,
Ladner, E. B.	
Ladner, Ellis .. ....    .
Ladner, W. H. .... .. .
Ladner, W. H	
Leary, Wm ,
Leary, W. J	
Lord, Est. F ...'...
Lord, Est. F. .... .."..
Lord, Chas ,'.. .. .
Lord; Chas,  .
Lome, Estate .. .... .
Lome, Estate ..  .... .
Lome, Estate ..  .... .
Lome, Estate ...... .
Lome, Estate	
Lome, Estate-	
Lome, Estate	
Lome, Estate  .
Lome, Estate  .
Lome, Estate  .
Leny & Lersen	
Lanning, W. J	
Larnd, Fred	
Lewis, Hanford	
Lassoter, Geo. ..... .. .
Leary, A. B	
Living-stone, W	
Ladner, 0., Building Co. .
Mason, Ann H	
MartinsJich, V	
Matheson, Mrs. P	
McBride, W. L	
MeOullough, V	
McClosky, Geo.   .....   .
McDonald, J. M  .
McKee, Est. J  .
McKee Bros   ...
McKee, D. A	
McKee, .T.	
Monkman, Louis ....  .
0t) McDiarmid, M. A.	
01 McKenzie. F. J	
021 AtcNeely, Mrs. A. ... ...  .
0.221 McNeely, Mrs. A	
17, McNeely, Mrs; A	
MoNeely, Mrs. A	
McNeelv, Mrs. A	
McNeely, Mrs. A	
McNeelv, Est. Thos ...
Mitehel'l, N	
00; Mitchell. N	
2.931 Moffet, Robt	
01. Afoffet, Kobt...   ...   ...
04 i MViffet, Kobt	
���^Monkm-in, ,T. J	
f��*20] Monkman, .T. .T	
40 i Monkman, L. J	
3.02JMorley, Samuel	
3.00 Morrow, C. H	
02 Morrow, C; H	
011 Macklin, H	
3.70: Macklin, H	
1.60! Macklin, II	
2.27j Moore. J. A.... ' .
00 Moore. .T. A   ...  1
20  McKenzie, J	
88 McCormiek, H	
0*.McKenzie, P	
I**" "Nisbet, Marcella	
*���}' 1 Nelson, Jas	
2-(5*Ji Mcolieh, Gasper' ....   ..
���t-MjN. C. Invt. Trust 	
J5| Nicholson, H	
k-\'t O'Brien Bros	
"������'fi Oliver, Warren	
"'-! Oliver, Warren   .
40 Oliver, Warren	
���*" Oliver, Wnrren	
l-W oison, A	
os; Paterson, II. S	
":t: Fnterson, .r. A	
2.00 l'nterson, J. A	
5.53  r-aterson, J. A	
20  l'arnutes Bros	
2.70 Pemberton, F. B...  ...
2.02 pemberton, F. B... ...
15 j peterSon, 0. C	
45 Peterson. 0. C	
2.931
Ladner, lots 70 and 77 1     7/20
0.00
4.80
75
7.44
1.75
97
I'yl.us, Wm....
_ ...IPvbus, Wm	
I ,? Pybusi Wm	
���J-^.1 Price; David  	
*������];'; Piiddon, Geo	
J-4": Patterson, T. It	
d-'-7 (*nngR-rnn. R- H	
]1 Kainage, S   ..
_ I', Kead. Adiini	
'���"" Bead. Adam	
2,0 Bea_*. J	
16 Rich, It. N	
8.16..ftic*h-, H. N	
59.1.iiK-hanTson. C. H	
5.90 Kobson. Geo	
4.60 Reid, M. N	
4.Wl[ltawli"irs. M	
5.83 j Koseborongh, M. E... .
"'" 1 Koilgerson, .1	
30 stainton...!. F	
''i'-*.taiTito.i. M	
\'   Rwanson. L	
^Shirley, P	
*r   Simpson, .T	
811 Simpson, J	
42 Simpson*. J	
T.70 Selick, M	
2.80 Selfck. M	
3.80 Sturdy, Birhmond ....
77 sturdy, Richmond ... .
8.84 Sntherby, J. I.	
68'Sherman,. Mr* f...  ..
Gr. 2, pt. lot 132
Gr. 2, pt. lot .32	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 132'	
Gr. 2, pt. lot'133	
Ladner, pt. lot L	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 139 1.	
Guichon, 2'lots'	
Ladner, lot 104 .' .
Ladner, lots 97 to 99 .. .
T.'5, pt. s.e. -ft'sec 22 .. .
GUichon, 2 lots	
T. 0, pt. s.w. % sec 12 .
Ur. 2, lot 143 .'.	
C"r. 2, lot 145	
Gr.. 2, pt. lot 59	
Ladner, lots 83 and 84 .. .
Gr. 2, pt. lot 177	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 178	
Gr. 2, pt lot 177	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 177	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 115	
Gr. 2, pt. lots 58 and 59 .,
Guichon, 4 lots ,
Ladner, lot 93 ..	
Gr 2, pt. lot 133	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 110	
T. 5, n.w. % sec 25 ,
T. 5, h.e. Vi sec. 20	
Or. 2,'pt. lot 182 .'..' ,
T. 5, n.e. Vi sec. 35	
Pr. 2, pt. lot 106	
Gr. 2, pt. lot 145	
Ladner, lots 19 and 20 ..
fir. 2, pt. lots 183 and 184..
Lfldner, lots 22 and 23 .. .,
Lindner, lots F and 117 ..
fir. 2, pt. lot. 100	
Ladner, lot 118	
T. 4, NW Vi. Sec. 7	
T..4, SW-^Sec. 7.. .. ..
T..4, SW % see 18	
T. 4, SK Vi Sec. 18	
T..4,pt NE % Sec. 18 .. ..
T. 4, i>t SE % Sec. 19 .. ..
T. 4, pt NW Vi Sec. 20 ..
T..4, pt NE Vi Sec. 20 ....
T.,4, S */_ Sec. 20	
T..4, N M_ Sec. 21	
Ladner, lot D	
Ladner, lot 85 to 87 .. ..
T. 0, pt SW Vi Sec. 12	
Gr. 2, blk 3 of 138	
Guichon, 1 lot	
Or. 2, bl; 2 of 13S	
Ladner, lot 137	
Ladner, lot 50	
Gr. 2, lot 185  ... '.'.
Guichon, 1 lot	
Gr. 2, pt lot 107  ..
Guichon, 1 lot	
Ladner, lot 106	
T. 0, NIC Vi See. 12 .. .. ...
T. 0, SE Vi Sec. 13	
Gr. 2, pt lot 100	
Or. 2, pt lot 138	
Gr. 2, pt lot 110	
Gr. 2, pt lot 115  ..
Ladner, lot 73	
Ladner, lots 134 and 135 ..
Ladner, lot 50	
Gr. 2, pt lot 177	
T. .0, pt Sec. 15	
Ladner, lots 47 and 08 ..
Ladner; lots 69 and 70 ...
Gr. 2, pt lot 106 .....*...
Ladner, lots 25 to 27 .... .
Ladner, lots 10 to 13 .. .. ,
Gr. 2, lot 151	
Gr. 2, lot 152	
ladner, lots 0 and 7	
Ladner, tots 8 and 9.	
Ladner, lot I	
Gr. 2, pt lot 115 .. ....
Gr. 2, pt lot 1S.8	
Gr. 2, pt lot 110	
T. 0, pt NW Vi Sec. 22 ....
Gr. 2, pt lot 142	
T. 0. pt SW Vi See. 12 .. ..
Gr. 2, pt lot 09 .........
Guichon, 2 lots	
Guichon, 2 lots	
Gr. 2, pt lot KM!	
Ladner, lots 91 and 92 ..
Ladner, lot 48 ,
Ladner, lot 49 ,
Ladner, lot 119 and 120 .. ..
Gr. 2, pt lot 09	
Gr. 2, pt lot 188	
Guichon, 2 lots	
Gr. 2, pt lot 188'.	
Gr. 2, pt lot 115	
Gr. 2, pt lot 182	
Ladner, lots 80 and 81 .....
Ladner, lot B	
Ladner, pt lot li	
Ladner, lots 88 and 89 . .
Gr. 2, pt lot .09 ..........
T. 3, pt See. 31	
Gr. 2, lot 179	
\iix, 2, pt lot 139 ..	
|Gr. 2, pt lot 180	
Gr. 2, lot 175	
leV. 2, lots 00 and 01	
Gr. 2. i>t lots 58 and 09 ....
Gr. 2, pt lot 131	
Gr. 2, pt lot 119	
T. 0, NW Vi Sec. 1	
Gr. 2, pt lot 174	
Gr; 2, lot 173   ..
Gr. 2. lot 146	
Gr. 2, pt lot 188	
Jsaduer, lots 124 and 125 ..
Gr. 2, pt lot, 131	
I Or. 2. pt lot 186	
Gr. 2, pt lot 107	
;(ir. 2. pt lots 183 and 184 ..
Ladiier, lot 100	
Ladner, lot E and 110 ....
Gr. 4 pt lot 174	
Gr. 2, pt lot 131	
Gr. 2. pt lot 132	
Gr. 2, pt lot 115	
|T. .0. NW Vi Sec, 15	
Or. 2, pt tot 133	
Gr. 2. blk 1 of 1&8	
Ladner, lot 53	
Is-idner. lot 133	
Gr. 2. pt lot 59	
! Isttdner, lot 82	
I Ladiier, lot 74 nud 75 ..  ..
j Ladner, lot 107	
���OB. 2. pt lot 115	
Guiohon, 1 lot	
Gr. 2, r��t tot .09	
T. 4, NW % Sec. 0	
j T. 4, SW Vi S>*<\ 6	
Or. 2, pt lot 137	
��� Guichon, 2 lot*	
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l/ THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22,  1904.
LOCAL NEWS.
Pure C��uada maple syrup, at the
City Bakery*    ...;
Mr. and Mrs. jbs. Jordan drove
over to WhatconTon Thursday.
irl. N. Rich paid a short business
vi?it to New Westminster, on Wednesday.
Our heave remedy can not be im-
prpved on. Try it. F. J. MacKenzie.
Pastor P. H. McEweia will preach
in the Baptist church, 7 p. m. tomorrow.
Miss H. Clark, of Greenwood,
is visiting her bereaved sister, Mrs
I,. Monkman.
Robt. Crowe, of Nanaimo, is a
juest of Mrs. Devereaux's during
the shooting season.
Mrs. Young, of New Westminster, .pent a few days, this week,
visiting at Mrs. Jas. Follis'.
J. Richardson, ei Mayne Island,
who brought over some sheep for
exhibition, leaves for home to-day,
P. Riplinger and wife returned
last week. Mrs. Riplinger has
been very ill since leaving here a
few months ago.
The first Provincial Fruit, Flower
and Honey Exhibition will be held
at Toronto, Ont., on Nov. 15, 16,
17, 18 and 19, 1904.
Special Harvest Thanksgiving
Services take place in All Saints'
(Anglican) to-morrow at 8:30, 11
and 7 o'clock.   All seats free.
Miss Calhoun has been taking a
week's rest and holiday. Having
retired from hospital work, Miss
Calhoun returns to Vancouver, today to enter upon private work.
T. McMillan, who acted as one
of the judges at our Fair, left, Wednesday, for home, where he will
take au active part in the forthcoming elections in aid of the Liberal
party.     	
Wm. Arthur, formerly a resident
of Delta and now a stock raiser in
the Chilcotiu country, was in Ladner visiting friends and left on
Wednesday for home. He reports
8 very warm and dry summer in
his part of the Upper Country, although not too dry to obtain all the
feed necessary for stock.
PHOTOGRAPHS.
Fricke & Schenck, the Photographers of 61 Cordova street,
Vancouver, will return to Ladner
on Thursday alternoon, Oct. 27th.
Open for business Friday morning
and until Monday night, Oct. 31st.
Have your photos taken right at
home and at reasonable rates. All
work guaranteed first class. $5.00
Cabinets for $3.00 per dozen.
Studio: Next to Robt. May's Tin-
shop.
DELTA  MILLING   CO.,   LTD.
We understand tbat tlie Delta
Milling Co. is still very much alive
snd that the directors (pro tern.)
are meeting with good success in
their canvas among the fanners not
only in this municipality, but also
in the adjoining ones, and nearly
every oae that they have interviewed seems sanguine of the ultimate
benefit which must accrue to the
farmers when tbe scheme is matured and in goin-r < rder.
It has been used as an argument
agaiutt thi* undertaking that tbe
Nominal Owner ot Property.
Description of Property.
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Smith, A	
Smith, .Mrs. A...
"^hotboTF. Mrs. T
Smith, Hobt.-..  .
Spinning, O...
Swan, Geo...  ...
Shirley, B...  ...
Taylor, A. DeP...
Taylor, H. G...
Taylor, M. G...
Taylor, Fred...
Thirkle, Thos...
Thirkle, Thos...
Thirkle, Thos...
Todd, Thos 1 mm
Trim, Ed ���  ���  ��'.��
Taylor, W. H  km
Vasey, H. M ... *ut
Vasey, Mrs. H > t*>��a
Vicevich, Thos ����� �������
Viduiich, A -. ��� ��aissi
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Perry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
Victoria Terminal Ry. and Ferry Co..
"Waddell, J. Ii	
Waddell, J. L *�����
"Waddell, ,T. L... .��.
Waddell, J. L , ���'.-..���
Waddell, J. L	
Waddell, J. L	
Waddell, J. L	
Gr. 2, blk 6 of 138	
Gr. 2, blk 4 of 138	
Ladner, lots 122 and 123 ..
T. 5, S V_ N*B y_ Sec. 15 ..
ladner, pt lot L	
Gr. 2, *pt lot 18��	
Gr. 2, pt lot-HS .. .... ..
Gr. 2, pt lot 115	
Gr. 2, pt lot 107	
Wellington Farm ���
Wellington Farm �����
Wellington Farm  �����������
Wellington Farm �� ��� ."*
Whitesides, W. S -
Whitworth, I...	
Wilson, J. Kerr ... .��
Wilson, J. Kerr  ..*
Wilson, K. E M ���
Wright, S. and W ���
Woodward,  Esther	
Woodward. "Esther ..	
Woods, Agnes J ������   ���������
Wolston, Geo ..-���
Woolery, Thos, ��� ����w
T. 5, pt. :; "W '4 See 22 ..
Gr. 2, pt lot 113	
Ladner, lotsO and P	
Ladner, pt lot M	
Gr. 2, pt lot 115	
Ladner, lots 1215 and 127 .. .
Gr. 2, pt lot 50	
Ladner, lot 95	
Gr. 2, pt lot 26	
Gr.2,ptlot20  .. ..
Or. 2, pt lot 50	
Guichon, 1 lot	
Gr. 2, pt lot 90	
Gr. 2, pt lot 115	
Gr. 2, pt lot 177	
Gr. 2, pt lot 178	
T. .5, pt TNE % Sec. 35 .. ..
Gr. 2, pt lots 9 and 10 of 152 ..
T. 5. pt. SR Vi Sec 35	
(ir. 2, pt lot 180	
T. 3, pt See. 31	
Ladner, lot 94 ..	
Ladiier, lot 57	
Gr. 2, lot 12 of 181	
Gr. 2, lot 8 to 11 of 181 ... ...
Gr. 2, lot 5 and pt 7 of 181 ..
Gr. 2. pt lot 181	
Gr. 2, pt lot 182	
Gr. 2, lot 54	
Gr. 2, lot 55	
Gr. 2, lot 56	
Gr. 2, lot 57	
Gr. 2, pt lot 130	
Gr. 2, pt lot 115	
Gr. 2, lot 129	
Gr. 2. lot 128	
dr. 2, lot 120	
T. 5, pt E Vi Sec. 22	
Ladner, lot E and pt C	
Ladner, lot 55	
Gr. 2. pt lot 133	
Ladner, lots 109 and 112 ..
Ladner, lot 71	
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3.   That this By-law shallTto Pub)islied .n the British Columbia Gaz-tte, and the Delta Times newspapers
��""/J3��IE2* rvJL^vr^tive weeks before the final passing thereof, and shall come into opera-
ti0" r ffi^W^bS&ffi ** ^e oUts foua adoption * the ��.
Provisl
is^opTedTv1 thi co -*jw��i^ j&$j&*s ?ftrScheme'1895, By"law No-5>
>., a   ���.i���,s*���,i ,,���,i *���.!,�� ��ncll on the 13th day of October, A. D. 1904. _   _
1904.
Reconsidered, adopted and the Zg^gS^tfgZ'ifc
N. A. MeBTAItMll), C.M.C
day of
,A. B.
T.OBT.  E.   KITTSON*.  Uee's..
.V   , J?e,       In LLJ  Z T��P19rW anby-law passed bv tlie Municipal Council of the Corporation of Delta on
the 13th day of OctoberA B.MM, an ��      ^ R/6 hereb    re^Ured |0 take not,iCe that anyone desirous of
applying to have such by-law quashed 1 - app,icntio/for that puipose to the Supreme Court within one
month next after the publication of .���,���... (��� 7v��� x,���iu���%,  rvsinJvs.,. ru,��*f,-   ��.- *h. ivill !-.�� inn Ini* to
publication
be heard in that behalf.
Ladner, October 15th, 1904,
thia by-law- in the British Colnmbia Gazette, or he will be too late to
N7 A. McDIARMID, C.M.C.
Okanagan Flour Mill is not a paying concern, and that tbe Delta
Milling Co. cannot be made to pay
if the other does not, as they are
both got up op tbe same principle.
According to last year's statement
published by the Okanagan Flour
Mill this would appear to be a libel
on that firm, as it is shown there
that, in spite of a wet harvest and
damaged grain, it cleared $4,500
after paying interest and sinking
fund and writing off 10 per cent,
off the plant���part of which money
was p.iid in dividends and tbe balance placed in tlie reserve fund.
As we understand it. these companies are not got up for the mere
purpose of paying big dividends, it
is the increased value of the raw
.material to the sarmers that is of
the most importance and which, of
course, makes the margin of profit
smaller but at the same time this
increased value goes into the
pockets of the shareholders just the
same as if a large dividend was declared, the intention being to give
the farmers everything there is in
it over and above the ordinary |
working expenses, and there are!
ma-.iy other ways by Which the farmer can be benefitted by carrying
out this scheme of utilizing the
giain here instead of selling i*.
The Reeve has arranged to meet
the Board ot Trade and the Council of New Westminster with regard
to a site for the mill in that city,
but we are decidedly of opinion
that the mill should be built at or
near Ladr er, as it is easier to move
the manufactured articles from here
either by rail or boat than to carry
the raw material to any outside
point. It is the intention of the
present directorate to ea'l a meeting
of all interested subscribers aud
others as soon as possible to lay before them the result of their enquir-
.es as to sites, &c, and leave it to
the meeting to decide where the
mill shall be built, of which meeting due notice will be given aud all
are eordii'lv it.viteti to attend.
Brackman-Ker Milling (ol
(Limited.)
GRAIN SACKS $50 PER THOUSAND
GASH, Delivered at Victoria, Vancouver,
New Westminster or Ladner	
H. IS. 11IC1I, Agekt,   -   -   Ladner.
LMUMJ.
McBride
When you want to Ship or Store Yojw Produce .or Live Stock.
Grain Elevator,
Oapacity 500 Tone
Warehouse,
Space, 24,000 Square Feet
RATES ON APPLICATION
Fresh,   Smoked   and  Pickled  Meats
Of All Kinds Kept Constantly on
Hand at the       ..
eat Market
That's where you will find us ready
to buy almost anything you have, in
the way of Earm Produce, Dead or
Alive, at as Small a Price as Possible,
and for which We Always Pay the
Cash. We also Handle Produce on
Commission through our Commodious
Warehouses        .       ..       ..       .       .
* M��KEE BROS. -
No Rubbers Required!
No More Wet Feet!
No More Sore Feet!]
SINCLAIR has got the "DOCTOR SPECIAL"
���with the Celebrated _Dr. Reed Cushion 'Insoles*,
which makes walking a pleasure.
These Shoes are sold only by
W. E. SINCLAIR
"iSfe Leading
Shoe Store
f
At nominal cost, private individuals or business
men can put their important papers and valuables in a
secure and convenient place.
This is a boon to those who do not possess a safe,
and to families travelling.
These boxes are accessible during all business hours
to the renter, who holds the key.
RATES s  $1.50 per year.
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Limited.,
Authorized Capital, $25,000.
DEPOSIT VAULTS AT THE OFFICE OF
F. J. HART & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C.
FOR A QOOD
GO TO
Q. T. BAKERyS N-g-w showroom8'
Call and See
Our Steel Frame
Yankee Gates
4-tt. For 14-ft. Opening, $8.50
4-ft. For 16-ft. Opening, $9.50
r    WAF.P    WESTHAM STREET,
Kse   VVAiJC., LADNER. B. C.

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