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VOLUMES
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, JULY !). 1909.
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Tlic preliminary draft nl tlm iiii'piii.iiinii  tlmi is ilu- harbor
iiill prepared by the joint committee ol the city council, the
district Council anil the hoard ol
trade, (or submission to ths da-
partinenl ol marine and lishcr
board—may make bylaws irom
time to time, within the law,
(ur the following purposes: (ij
the ilireclioti, conduct aim government ui tin corporation, ami
ns, with respect lo the creation'ol its property. (2) the satab
ol a board ol harbor cutiiiiiis- lishiiieiit ol rules aim rcgul.i
sinners lor the porl of Vancou- lions loi navigation within tin*
ver, is now in the hands ul the limits ol lhe port ol \ aucouvi-r.
respeclivi- puliltc bodies rcprc-: (j) the restriction ol the use oi
seliti-d in the work. While the such portion ol the harbor as
draft as it stands al presenl is the corporation deems expedient
subject to aliiindiiicnt it may bcltQ vessels ol deep draught. (A)
laken for granted that only nil- the good government, improve
nor changes, if any, will be : incut-.ind regulation ol harbors.
made. ' (5) the prevention ol encroach-
Sections 2, 3 and 4, deal with ments upon and obstruction  oi
the definition of terms and give channels.      (b)   the  anchoring,
the  name  us  "The  Vancouver
harbor lxiard."
Section J, delines the hoiindar-
ies as follows; "For the purposes ul this act, lhe port and
' liarlior of Vancouver shall be
held lo COmpnhead all navigable waters east of a straight
line drawn from the west tangent ol Pt.Grsy in the liumicipal-
itv of the district ol Point liny
to the Point Atkinson lighthouse in iln- municipality ul lhc
district nl North Vancouver, including l-'.ilse creek and Barrard
Inlet, with Port Moody ami
Noith Arm to the head ol navigation." These are the same
boundaries that al present constitute the port of Vancouver
for customs purposes.
Seciion is, refers 10 landmarks
while section 7 deals with iln
lonstiltttioii ol the board as follows: "The corporation sh.il
consist ol three commissioners,
to be appoinled b) tin- :;uveiin.i
in council, who shall hold ollice
during pleasure."
Sections 8, 4 and to, deal wilh
details with relerence lo the
board.
Sections 11 and II, ionic*- npon the board thn appointment ol
harbor master ami port warden.
Section 1,1, declares that the
board shall constitute the pilotage authority lor the port ol
Vancouver, undei chapti. IIJ ol
the Statutes.
Sections 14 and 15, conler ad-
iHiialc powers with regard to
holding and acquiring property,
vessels, machinery, docks, etc.
Section 16,  deals  with  tidal
lauds   us  lollows:      "All   the
tidal   lauds  lying   wiliun   th
limits ol the port and harbor ol
\'ancouver,  as  delined   liy   lllis
act * * * shall be deemed to bt
vested in and held by the cor
poration (or the purposes ol lliis
act. The tidal lauds adjacent
to Stanley park are not to be
used Ior commercial purposes
(a) Hut the said tidal lamb
shall be held subject to any
leases or other rights granted
by His Majesty, antl subject al
so to all lhe rights and interests
ol the lronlage owners, lb) gives
power to ilileiid all suits .itisiiij;
under this section.
Section 17, deals with railways. "Harbor tracks" means
railways owned by lhe corporation and "Harbor lines" rail-
ccivs owned bv olher companies
The corporation is declared lo
constitute a railway compan)
within lhc meaning of the railway act. Subsection 1, gives
power to build or to acquire
Winks or lines.     Subsection 2,
declares that the corporation
may enter inlo an agreement
with any railway company so
BI at all limes to allord all
other railway companies reaching the harbor, the same facili-
titts for trallic enjoyed by the
said company. Subsection ]
and the following sections i.S
and io deal with miscellaneous
matters,
Section 20, provides that 110
city or municipality adjacent to
the harbor, shall enact anv bv-
law such as w ill ill any wav restrict ur alliiI the exercise ul
the powers conferred upon tin-
corporation.
Section 21, provides that the
mooring, etc., ol vessels ami
rails. (7) regulation ol lhe use
ol lights und lires. (8) regulation of tin- landing and shipping
ol explosive and inllaiiiiii.ibli
substances. (9) lhe boiling,
melting, and using ol lar, pitch
and oilier inflammable materials), (lo) lhe allotment, ol
berths to vessels or lines of vessels, for tlic trip or for the season. (II) the letting or leasing
ul portions ul wharves or ol vacant ground within ihe harbor.
(12), regulation ol lhe powers ol
officen ol the corparatioii. 1 IJ)
regulation of all loading machinery, etc. (14) regulation ol
railway and other trallic on the
wharves, etc.    (15) thn enloicc-
meiit  of  arrangements  made
with railirays, (lb) maintenance oi order end prevention ol
di-prcdaliuiis. (17) lor regulating   judicial   and   pilotage   \ii"
Hillings belore the corporation,
(|H) tile collection of all inn
and penalties imposed by lh
act. (19) imposition of penal-
ties upon those infringing bylaws made under this act. 1 JO)
the doing ui everything mecs
sary lur the proper working ol
lliis act.
Seciion 22, provides that the
governor in council must coit-
lirm all bylaws and that thev
must be published.
Section 23, treats of harbor
rales and provides "Thc corporation may, from lime lo lime,
levy such rales as are approved
bv lhe governor in council, Upon
all goods landed ur shipped in
the harbur, moved by rail on
the harbor tracks, or deposited
within the harbor."
Sections 24, 2,s, 26 and 27,
deal with minor provisions Ior
tlic* imposing and collecting of
the rates specified,
Section 28, deals wilh lhe cx-
|U'opriation of lands and reads
as follows: "Whenever lhc corporation desires lo acquire anv
immoveable   properly   for   the
improvement or the extension ul
iln- harbor ol Vancouver or thc
accommodation thereof, or ol
the lerry serviie operating there*
in, ii shall cuisc in in prepared
a plan ol such immoveable property iii triplicate" * such plan
shall be Submitted to   the   g'>\
iitiof in iouiiiiI lor approval,
and upon bung duly approved
ol, il an amicable arrangement
with the proprietor ol sttch immoveable property is noi made,
lhe corporation shall have the
right to acquire the same with
out the consent oi the proprietor or the proprietors thereol,
and the provisions ol  section
172 to 220 boih inclusive, ol iln
railway act shall apply to tin
acquisition ol immoveable property, for the purposes aforesaid."
Sections 24 lo JJ, deal with
the borrowing powers conferred
iipun the corporation, deliniti
the limit of their borrowing
powers, authorizing the issuii
of bonds, debentures, etc. Tin
governor in council is empowered to advance Irom time to
time, such sums of money up to
         million
dollars, as are required to complete the harbor winks of the
port and to accept general debentures ol the corporation for
twenty-live years.
Section 3(1 and subsections,
deal with the disposal ol property found within the harbor,
Irom time lo time.
Sections 37 to 42, deal with
procedure for the recovery   oi
rates, penalties ami pilotage
dues under this act of bylaws
in force ihereiindt".
Section 4.1 confers certain special judicial powers upon the
Corporation as follows:       "'l 11,
corporation ma) coatians to exercise within the limits ol the
port oi Vancouver, jurisdiction,
power and authority, civil and
criminal, Ior lhe heating and decision ol the following matters:
(1) any matter arising Irom the
provisions ol the Cauda shipping act or bylaws thereunder,
(2) any matter arising liom the
provisions ol this act or ol any
bylaw thereunder, if such matter relates to pilots or pilotage,
or anv ollcine against such provisions. (J) any matter rel.ii
ing lo any beach." The provisions ol part of criminal code 90
with certain exceptions are to
apply under this section.
Sections 44 ami 43, regulate
the disposal aiid application ol
rates and pecuniary penalties n
covered under the foregoing sec-
lion.
Sections 4h to |8 deal with
miscellaneous matters of ale-
tail, section |e- with accounting
iur moneys and section 50 wiih
"Limitation oi nummary pro-
ecedings tu iwo years after th
offence,
THE KING'S GAEDENEK
in the season, nevertheless s
stan could bc made to eavaat-
age, Various parls ol the
equipment ere already available)
J, I.. Farmer, K. Simpson ami
R. I    Lawrence wele appointed
a committee to secure members
ami ubacriptioaa among un.se
interested in Uie game, A sul-
Orient   number  ol  enthusiasts
have already sigutlieil lueir 111
tenlioB ol playing lllc gallic lu
ensure a good team. Tin- initial practise will be held oa the
athletic grounds oil S.num.n
17 lh inst,
I-YNN   VAI.l.l'.V   TUAMUM.
The Kxpress w.is yesterday la-
vuied with a visil Iruin George
Oldred, ui Vancoaver, who Ior
23 yean was head gardener al
Marlborough House, ihe home
ul Britain's loyalty. Mr. t.i
red enjoyed the Irieadahip ot the
late Queen, Victoria the Good,
as well as that ol the King
when the latter was Prince ul
Wales. He alsu tauglil Prince
George, the present hen apparent, and others ol the royal
family, their lirst rudiments oi
gardening.
Some years ago, when \(siting Vancouvei, Prince George
recognised and honored Ins nd
gardener, Mr. Oldred, and ever
since h.is ke.pt np a correspond-
totes with him.    Only ,1  Ic*
Weeks  ago   .Mr.   (Hilled   Icccivc'l
photos ol royalty done on satin,
and an appreciative personal
letter, making an exceedingi,
valuable gilt.
Mr. Oldred is following the occupation oi expert gardener ,>nJ
Iruil tree specialist and lus services are much in demand lie
was recently al Seattle, li.iv iug
been called thither by the Itu'i
authorities.
The contractors for the tram
lias right ol way on the '.win
vallcv road, tinislied their portion ul the work last week, ,nnl
the road is now in readiness Icr
Construction operations b) the
B. C. El. Ry. Co. Percy King
secretary ol thc Lynn Vallej
ratepayers' association, T. 1.1
receipt ol ,1 lctur llolli t. t.
Glover, assistant general man e
gei ol the company, in answer
lo a li-lter ol inquiry, u the
ellect that there need ue ao uneasiness in the public mind wich
regard lo lhe lnlititWiis • 1 Irs
company. There was ,1 l.i id
work on hand before lhe l.ynn
Vallej    extension   was    leaded
uiiiiu, which had to bc goitea
oul ul Ule way first, bill lit, ■ is
uow practically disposed ..1 sad
a definite announcement may be
expected re l.ynn Valley exua
sion, within lhe next lew days
M-;\v uioiK LEADER
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LOCAL NEWS!
Tin*   choir oi Si.  Andrew's
Presbyterian church will hold ,1
reception    al    the    manse    lllis
evening, lor the newly appoint-
ed organist ami ihoir le.ulcr ol
the church, Mi. Riley, lir.Ri-
ley has recently removed  Irom
Toronto where he was lur some
tunc a Icacher 111 the nm nci
lory ol music and likewise .1
member ol the Mendel s,,.1
choir, lie will open .1 a'ass in
musical theory and lhe ,'i.iiK' hi
this city.
FOR A BRASS HAM)
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Hutu, tin Honda), .luh sth.
tu W, C, ami lire Green, s
daughter,
Mrs. T. If, Heard aad hei
mother were la Seattle this
week, visiting the A.-Y.-P. exposition.
Mrs. 11. ll. Lett ..I ilus city,
wlm had been visiting Mrs. Gal
S..11 ..I Victoria, returned home
this wick.
Mrs. Nuriii.in Nelles ol Gi
by, Ont., is visiting her mother
Mrs. Dung,ill, Keiih road east,
ior the summer,
Alexander Bell has removed
with his family irom \".1 na..>u\ 11
ud ii residing on Lonsdale aw
near ibih sin.i
Mrs. P. S. Thomas and child*	
nn went uvei tu N.ui.einto on available lor caponiziug, lor
Thuraday, oa .1 shun visil tu two iveeka only, Write P. 0.
Iriends in ilui city, boa », 01 phone No. 23.
.1. Ba Smith, who bas recently ' Tin nea steam laundry is now
arrived in lhe city with lu-* sboul read] lor operation, and
lamily, lium Washington, is will probably take orders next
building ,1 mid tan  oa  KutJi week.   The; Lonsdale ave. office
road, near Junes avi imp. will be upeited utt Wednesday.
M.ieKcii/.ic llros. have recent The local lodge ol Pythians
ly aold their fine motor launch will  hold a  basket picnic   at
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M Stiiaiiii.i is building .1 col-
tagi ..11 11.th streei east,
lira. O'Brien is .a A. K.
Si,,,., j *, groci ic demonstrating 1..1 Teller*-, teaa.
Inspectoi P.Hopc, ol lhe Bank
..I B  N   A , is paying Lus aa
mul official visit 'to ihe local
in.null tins week.
Hi .nm taxpayers are reminded thai Thursday, Jul) 15th, is
the last day loi securing the re-
ii.ii. mi tlnn taxee,
The local members -.1 thi 1..
11 1. will participate ia tlu ..1-
ebratioa oi Um nth ..1 July at
New Westminster, on Monday
ltexl.
Caponizing ..1 (owls,   A lady,
whu has had  lull^  expel lellee, is
the Sunbeam, to Ur, Kilh.win.
is having her thoroughly  ovei
hauled .11 Wallace shipyards.
The sneak dug paisOttCl  Is ell
death at work la thi .in. Two
dugs belonging to C. N, noole)
Bowen  Island, on  July  19th.
The steamer liat.iiuha has lucn
seemed lor ihe occasion,   and
Ii.n pur's orchestra mgagea.
The Hew   . lllllcli ..Illni   lot   I'.e
congregation ed Si. John's   is
GARDEN PARTY
The garden party ((iien al lllc
11.i.iic ui Si. Johns iliiinli.in
the girls' branch ol the W, A ,
l.isi evening, was an exception
ally  enjoyable   event,       Tin
grounds Wele l.islelulh ileenr.il
ed willl Chinese lanterns, tin
Work being ilulle llllilel llli n
peiiiitelidenee ol  J,   11.   Hodgl
An excellent programme ol mn
sicil ami literary selections was
rendered,   the   verandah  being
Used as a platlulln, and the all
dience being seated un the lawn
in Ironl ul the house. I'ln
White Cap song by three lutle
gnis,  captivated  the  nudum,
ami   received   a   hearty   en.oi.
Light refreshments were served
during the eveaiag, The, attet
dance was exceptionally   large
and the tlet proceeds will he between lillc and sixtv doll,its
which will  be used  l.n   placing
some specific piece 1 prohabl) iln
pulpit) into the littittge  ol   the
new church.
CRICKET CLUB
The Athletic dub liilil ,1 meeting last evening, at which tin*
chief business was the discussion
ol the formation ..1 .1 cricket
dub. Tin probable expense was
carefully computed, .unl tt was
thought that, although now late
A movement is on loot to 01
gnlli/.c a brass band in ilns .ile.
lt is llioughl that ihere is ..
sufficient number of capable mu
sic I.ins on lllis side ul the Illlel
to form the nucleus ul an   ij;
gleg.illull, which can lie lllc l.'.i*.
ed from lime to time. *" .hat
Norlli Valiiouver would soon
have   a   creditable   band.        A
meeting will be held in the bre-
hall on .Monday evening, to 'lis
cuss the project.
NEW   CITIZEN
North Vancouver Ims reninK
added tu Inr uti/ms. uin win.
[or nunc \ 1 .irs has been promi
netll  III  iilg.ilil-fil  lal "I   'Ii'l'
in the pcrsuii ol  .luhn  M.I....H
lor some yean diatrict president
ul ihe United Mm. Workers kn
Waahingtoa ami Vaaeouvet  Is
land.   Mr. licLean and In-* lam
ll\ ale le slillll}; ull Uill street
west.
DANGER01 s l'i ICTICE
l'Tcqiieiii complaints'an hrard
to the ellect ill,it drivin "I I"
tuiuobilcs Inun the othei side ul
lhe  I11I1I   .luce    llnil    iii.ii liim s
.I..wn i.unsil.ile ave. a' ■ pact
highly dangerous to pedestrian!
• in une uce,isiim   this week, s
little Iellow ne.it the comer ol
ird slreet. had a u.iiiuw tOtOft
irum one ul the speed fiends.
ml one belonging to S. s. Ty- Inow completed, and as so m as
ler have been   poisoned   dllling   llie   fitting!   ale   installed,    Ine
Church will In* in readiness   lut
the iledie.it.uv services.
Tin new stealll ruad lulin,
Which  iln   ililiui  cuuticll    has
Capilano dis just imported Irmn England,
was given a trial trip up i.uns-
d.ih ave., Thuraday alternoon,
and Worked lo lite entire salls-
I.lelluII   ul   .ill   cullcll''
Tin iiuMii*, iii tin iiiiiiiii.tie
ii.kits 111 connection wiih iln
Dominion day celebration,  ..in
n.i ,1 lice  .lull.it gold piece   ninl
ihe othei  lot .rn eight dollar
pail ..I bunts, have nut yet ap-
peared lo . lain iheir property.
Tin   M.iiiiii   hunting   party,
the past week|	
Tomorrow, llie choir ul tin
Methiiilisi church intend lo g>
b) motor launch through tin
Nations lu   lhc
trict, where with friends,   thev
contemplate   having   ,1   happy
tune piinicing.
The tr.illsli : i.l lhe assets nllii
business nl the Ierry t>. the new
joint stuck compaaj, waa 1 m.I
e.l uii Wednesday, .lime joth, su
that Nurth Vancouver Citj l-n
ms, 1.iiuiiiil, fens in possession
ul the svslein on .Inly 1st.
A. ,1. Tvsull, win. has tceciltl)
arrived lium Holland, Manitoba   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
has pllleliase.l the ilUclcst ol which ch.ittili.l llie steamship
A. S. lit lice, lit the Iii'iii of Ilrnie Tt.iiisil. n.i a hunting expedh
tt Dodds. Mr. Tyson'i lamily tion to Siberia, purchased .1 moil at  present  ill Vani utile 1    .unl loi  l.illlich allil ,   sailing boat nt
will remove tii this eii> m  iln tin   Wallace   shipyards,  taking
near future. ih.lil Willi llnlll ull lhe Trallsll.
Aid. and Mrs. \\. .1. link w,i,       Miss   Hi I'tli.i   Sale,   stsler    nl
outgoing passengers, Uondaj l<eonard J.Sale ol Sale & Brew-
evening, ''.'..uml  lul   iln   S...H1    Hi, will sail Unin ha liuiile ill
exposition. Aid. I)i.l> wi'.l ie
turn on We.In. sdac, nml y. -.
Dick will gu ult lo her  ild huinc
ni Portland, Iw a wsii ul a
month or more, with Iriends
The liiciihntits ol the dtj
have beiu circulating aa agreement lur   lhe   closing   ail    llllll    ^	
stone uu Wediusd.ic  .111,111 i .lm partj  ,ii the residence
ul  inch   week.      The' paper    Ilns   Mrs   Capt,  Klekll.illi, cultni
nnt with pin.in..He unanimous
signature and the plan a ill  l«
put   111  uperntliill,    111    tin    mm
luture.
lend   Renshaw and .1   [.nuns
I.nwisinli,   Kngland,   per   the
[impress ..i In land, oa Tuaadaj
tin   i ith mst.,  [or lllis .lt\ ,  nil
.111 i vieiiili'il wsit   tii   her   brother.
Tuiiiuiiiiw   (Saturday) afternoon,   lhe  I.idles nl  lhe  Ruin,in
Catholii iliuiih will hold a gnf-
I
.'ll.l ainl I In sti Iln Id.     The   pru*
....lint;-, will continue from twu
till eight o'clock pin.    Admin-
S1..11   i ■•
I    lliiiksin.iii .nnl  R    llniilu
bury have iniiinl iiii i.oik-.  11 sun  Ii.im   iiiitul tin   premises
iln grand arm) ol pn hut sri it oi The Exposa office,
and will i.inc oil tin BlslBSM nl
building contrai lors,gett< ral Job-
poajoo woo jo ** ja mi >3«?
TO ADVERTISERS
Tin. nlli.|it.i..n  nl inlcrli-.r*   I
tailed t,.;. 'Un.line  ii""
bad nl tin*  i'.iil..rinl  minimi- "I
Tin* EspNSa, tlial   i'Iihiic'.'* "I "'I-
*wtJM it» most bi In tin' inii.'i"
■ il llie |iriiil.r mil later tlnn. »'  I
BssdaT ..I ..i'i. cc.'.'ii n. tntett
lllllllliactillll.       I'aa*ll,l,'l*lv    IM'  Cl.ri.l*
tn.li from tlii.  rnla* ceill l»* tnsdu
..ii s. Mm,in creek,    Thej   kll
tnwn mi Thursdaj equipped  ..
mong liiini things with ,i proi
pick,   sniiii   dynamite,
.unl ,t p.in. ami ale |>l. p.itul   In
discover eitbel n mw Klondvkt
or Rand.
Wall.lie   slil|i\,ilil.   li id    '
i nine [ng ., .,,,,.,in ni great ai n
mc ul late.    Among tin I I
which have be.n on tin ways ..r
nl the cards lol repairs .ile llu
lull..win-;      Vulcan,  Surprise,
Man,ih,itt,ni. Cassiar, Pavortli
Coquitlam, Sunbeam ami a di i
iiik SCO* .     Tin pa] lull is m.w
humbering aboui nunti mea
A straw hem sa.iinl and nan
bing, lut mi ut <  repairing,   > i. ,
lindi I   the II.mn   ul  lllllkslti.ill  ir
lb ml. I.'.n Tin \ have taken
up their residence in this cite
The   lipuil   ul   ill.   ...lllllllll.e
appointed   lo rei bacrip
llnil', III  tin   III.ii'l I   i.l  till   llli.inl
boat appeal, shows thai in all
.ii.niii s.  was subscribed,   nl
which >■*.; was paid li is es-
tiin.itiil iimt tin wages -nil owing '.. those win, wen* tn the
riiiplnc ..I ihe compaaj will a-
iiiuiinl In mil less 111.m S-'uu.
P. A. Allan carries about with
i kerchiei bazaar will be held mi lul" llllM' d*yei lir"» -1"' L'I"'
||Tuesday  evening nat, bv the of his coat, an attractive adorn-
I'tesiic in i.m meat, m tin shape ui a genuine
Killarnev lose. Mr.All.iii vouch-
fact thai   lllis lose is
Ladies' Aid of the
ehtinli, in the church building mt
Victoria park,    Some ven line " '"r i'1
ipecimens ol coral Irom Fiji, j the real article, grown on a bush
now mi exhibition In thi wind- which wis brought  bj  himself
uws   of   several   iiiirilinnl'    mi -i"1-1 lhe ould sod aiid nuw in ,t
J Lonsdale ave., will b. tm   .1. thriving condition in his garden
| at reaaonalili prio     An ettrai "ll ,l"   Esplanade    Tin   bush
I tive acograffiffli has beea  pn yields several sims ui bloom
e j a pared.
yields ■•' Vi '*il   '
pei year, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
1 llll*      alaiill
ments convey ing to the citj the
grai. ird uilli tin   ai
irongl) i-iii
pint
ilai loi \   mellioil
in.   several
'' .11!   ill,   .nc
iiiilml
i  boulevard,   the
. park,  Victoria park,
.     i I. ICC a ii ll i
i total area ol
*   *:**., .unl bavi
Imu deeded  t'i  tbi
municipality by propert)   own
a ■ ' iinling iimt
llu \   ecuIilil  l.i   pul  in '-li.i|n   .'inl
n the pul.In
'.uini is.    N..i only as a mat
III 1,illll    Willi     lllc
ilninii*., Inu also inr the n i'ii'*i
lion ol the i ity ami lhe Im iu lit
a.l     |||,     . iU7.l  I. il       '       'la     ll.lUl
that   propel  ..iiiniinii In given
lIn ;. a.,i.i ol aldinucn is nl
ready occupied «ilh a multipli*
city ..I inti rests and cannol n u
Mill. ■ ;** a I. .1   ll)   li.sliicc
adequali alii ntion upon the cit)
parks.     Mn   silualiou  requires
lh.it  iln . illipol I.ml  iu.illi I    be
lied in a l.n,ml, in whi.se
hands lhc unqualified control ol
iln pal ks cm be pine tl,and cclm
would  he  directly    ri-sponsiblt
inn adminsiralion, lo thi
peopli.   Such a board would be
to spi i ializi upon thi work
nd      iini   would  imi   be
i.e   the  demands  ol
nnu duties
would I.. ..bi. in devise a
plan lor iln
i] ment ol tin en
provide thi
[oi    carrying
iln, , plan   into <in.i, and   to
.    npl ic ision ni
mis br,iii.ii ol tin ,ii\'s inter
requisite   to  the
.lis.
li is gi in rally .nliiuiii il   and
frankly lhan   by
iln nn ml*. 1-- oi tin I id ..I al
li n    lhat   iln   plisinl ininli
ii i tin parks is in.i credit-
abb i" iin   city,     Iln   grand
la,.nh \ ml and park liavi receiil
l\ been plai i il in •<, 1 condition
■ l.i  i ..iceu null j-i.iss
.md  planted  with choici
il  HoWl   III);  plain
ll lllllll i.-*l   nl   llll
province;   but  as was pointed
;.i .il'luii,ui  .ii
a . in, while
iiii i - ion is a iinie.il
i these mlu
... in, im.ins
. ih.a iati cm
i upon iln in, win. li
tlll-il    ;■ * si tea-
Hun.    iin harmful results   ol
i propi i attention is
■ in Ottawa gal
unl \ ii toria park,   when
in pi   .a improvement
nuii ui has been in.nl.
ninn.I ncg
hei i. . *      ition lo
iimt .ill l.in,hi iinin
.1 CC i 11
It .  llllll.
ling conditions them
I'.iees
: llllll.ll
.Iniil
'
*
I
n.ll  ill   the
.      In   In
!i.. ..    h .,'. ; llll .
i.ili,
CC ill  be   able III
|| ':'. ...        Sll
■I.   Im -.ia.cenl   and
i nts in.1.1, iipun
ii'i'   . .ui in   im
: • that iln rati
ul     / ic .i loan "i *'
"I   llllllll C ,   I'l   III
.11.lllllll   llll
would pro-
!■*i'i. tin
i coin
ii il.
•,    in
•
to th< i'
neat
just!
nl in
■
Messrs. Dndsiill ci: CoulsOD are
engaged in bml.ling a cruiser
cuin, which, when completed,
should make a desirable addition i" tin* local flotilla, The
boat was designed by W.  Oil-
un mr.     She is a i miser yacht,
26 ini over all, ~ (nl 9 Inches
beam and 1 leel 6 inches depth
,ol hold,    li is expected lo have
let coinpli ted early in Septem
ui'.
DAIRY
\0KIH    a    a    a
VANCOIVLR
Phone 126      Store 111 1st street east
GiiRrunti'i'il Hint yimlity Supplies
Evening delivery ol liiy'n milk
Cream, Butter, ami los Creeai supplied
WM. PHILIP, Prop.
J. \Y. BALMAIN
,     civil.   BNOINHaCH
ijniinllie* -iircio.i ainai Architect
SORTH   V.ANCtll'VKK.
I OU -MLt
Mini or unman   Hy S..111I1 Airless
*   11   llullllt)   lalll'l  riTtilil-alll., l«IIU|.||
ll    irtliienl **i llu* Iiilerinr, III*
1  *'.'"   1. r.-- ,,| une liniiiiii-
nil *a|aa*n 1.r i-nire in alberta, S.i"-
in ii,...   Mi nnt,. lm.   Any  pel	
.ci*r iln* .ij.* ni Is c.*..r». Man nr soman
lire tli - land iciih thli certiS-
1  < I'h.iii'>,i*i*. Ism.   Write
n   I . Ic. Till.lllllll. Ul   Slmter
*i 1. I'ornnto, iiiiiiirin.
Illll IMI lliill Wi
ARRANGEMENTS  FOR  1900
Sept. 11—ExhibiUon,promsnade
concert in evening.
Sepi. 13  Exhibition, daaee in
evening.
Oct. 13—Dance
Dec. 1—Dance
1910
Jan     —Poultry show
Date ol lectures will be published as arrangements are
made.
For terms and engagement of
Hall, apply to W. L. Keene,
15th street, or phone 23.
WTENTS
/promptly secured
We .dint ihe business of Manufacturers,
Tttipiiiter.Hiulothers who ri-aliu* theailviajibit*
i'y 1 f iiaviojf tlieir l'.Tnit tiiisiin*-. transacted
I'C* l,.\,it*rt«. I'n lilyim; y advice face. llinrj-TS
riialiiiite. Our Inventor's Advlirrs-n' iil".n ra*-
aa li Maiiiiii&Marl.an, Ki'u'd., N -w Vmi. Ufa
At**  Mimlre.l   .nil W..l,liiirt„*a   0 C.   IIJM
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
I'ioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Ball
I toard of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
ol each month, at I o'clock p,
in., in the board room, Citj
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday oi each month. D. G.
Dick, President ; .1. R. J. Murine, Secretary.
Pioneer
Bakery^
S. H. Walker,   •   Proprietor
I. (). (). F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
is, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
Kirst .street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting 'brethren cordially invited to
attend. A. L* Clements, N.G.;
Thos. S. Nye, Rec.-sec; J. H.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
60  VEAR8'
EXPERIENCE
North Vancouver
HOSPITAL
a. hdi .tkii nr
THE MISSES DAWSOS
i ■ nilia.ii.al Surgical, Mt-diral nnl
Maiernily Niin»et*
Noses Suit Out on l-flicitlin
I ai   i, rm-   apply   ut   Iha Hoipilal
Caar. l'.lii -*ir.*.*t ,1 Si. Andrew'* Ave.
PMONF.   64
attlntw
Builders & Contractors
l.iuiiiier will never be cheap-
, i.   L.i  in un  Un- ground
lloor.   Huilil now
mir   ..mi Kiln-
.1 rt. ■ 1  noorlBf unci Kiniili
Fresh Bread daily delivered
lo all parts of the citv.
lb loaves for 11
4 for .-} cants.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
llli.ll GRADE CAKE
PASTRY, iu
PIONEER BAKERY
phonk S        71 Lonsdale Avt
Trade Marks
MMM
  Copyrights Ac
Anfnn,*. nornllng * ("ketch and (lMtrlptlnn ma?
qnlrklT lurtM-tnlQ our opinion mfMMr an
ItiTetillon l» prnhahly ivuvntatita.  Ci'mmunlr^
li..!iinnctlTi"iiliitc"ti il. HANDBOOK on I'alenta
jent froe. CM eat aiicmy furatvuruif pateata.
Fatenta taken tiir-nuti Vm n A Co. recalrt
tftruU notice, *• llhout obarse, in tbe
Scientific America
A har.ilonini'ir illuntratisl wiu-kly. LarveH otr-
rulation ef any poieitn'V Journal Terma tor
t'.in.-i.i.i. I .."'■ a rear, p-nMa«e prepaid. Md bj
ill netiMiialere.
Brunei*, onca, 06 K l*l. Wuiim.nro. D. C
♦eHeeeeeee)eeee*eeee»ee»eeee< 1***1*4********
f EVERYBODY KNOWS HONEY IS 5WEET ::
j	
X   lint everybody has not yet realized how different the houie
Y would look hy spending a little money on some of the WALL
I  PAPER or PAINT sold hy STONEY & CO.
Y If in doubt, our expert advice on decoration or color is it
,1,   your service.
f      We do everything in the decorating line, and we do it right
;'; iStOney   ®.   CO.,    117  Loatdala Avenue
^4aa4f44^444s)f4444^f4^4^4^^^^^^^|
Safety Deposit Hones to Rent. Safety Deposit Boies to Rent
Acn ■■ Extcutor, Truitio, Llquldilor  Rich Ivi rt tnd An Ignt I
Court Bonds lnu.d
4°
INTEREST
I'm*I   un   ,l,*|,*iHii..  coin|...unded
(mir time, yearly.
Pom Books' Ilium
F. S. BARNARD, Cli«irin»B
HOR. K.lCARTKR*COTTUN,l'li»iriiiini ol K«ruli»«
F.J. P.lilBSON, MaiikKer I.G. ll AISW RIGHT, 8ssfSSMf
liranville Maimion- Block, ooriwr Rnr-win and Grtnull**
P. II. Boi 903 Phone nHD
I
lety Deposit Boies to Rent. Saletv Deposit Boies to St.
Time table, amended to .Tune  ist, 1909 :—
Cars  leave  lerry  landing for]   Cars leave Lonsdale  Avenue,
[I
Land Notice
m mm oiuce. mat m ft
Mi.I:- l.eini in-ik, H.l'.
i llAM'.l'. (il- PARTNERSHIP
Notice is iiii'il.v eivca that
A. S. l'.niei haa sold his iatereat
ill  till   pnltllelslllp hllllill..   . 1
isliag between himsell sad .las
1,. Hod.is, under Uu n.nn.   aad
slili* ol  Hi me' a\*  Dodds,  In  A
1 1 ■ sain. Tin s.ml partaerehip
betweea A. S, Brace aad .Lis.
I. Dodds, la hereb) dissolved by
unit mil ii.iisiiii,,iiid iln basinets
mil in' carried oa by Lis. I,.
Dodds .md ii, J. T-soii, under
the* 11.line nnd stile ni Dodds 0
11    In   iiiiiiiii nil tin   il.ihill
; tbe i"inin  partaership
mil be discharged and to »hoa
.,11      .Ill.llllllS      lllll*      till       fillilll'l
pn tn. 1 .hip .rn to I., paid.
Slglnd
A  S  11RII I'.
IAS.   I,   IlOIIIISa
A.  I. TYSdW
Ma   1    iiinn \* Dodds beg to
ih,ink the pab.it lor the liberal
nagi 1 \i. ml. .1 Ui iln in nnI
to request .1 continaatioa ..I the
.nui* to iln- aew lum
New   Westminster   Land D -
trict.  District oi i»e* Wist-
uunster.
Take notiee thnt B. A. Has*
well ol V.un 1.uver, B, C, oc u-
patioa broker, intends to app,,
for permission to purchase Uie
following described lands:—S..
ond Gordon Pasha Lake. Commencing at a post planted at
the south west corner ol Untlier
license 14768, thence norlh 40
1 hams, tlieiiee west 80 eh.iilis,
theme south Ho chains more or
less to shore of lake, thence* a-
long shore ol lake to point ol
commencement.
BU40T A   IIASWI-LL
M.i\  t.'th, 1909.
tt.l street, cor Lonsdsle svs
BLACKS MITIUNG
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
KTC. ETC.
Tool Sharpening ■* specialty
WEDDING
RINGS
Bruce £»
Dodd*
GROCERIES
BOOTS AND SHOES
GENTS' F-JrN-sHiNcs
Sim k son well assorted ia
ml iprinj lines
Hiiiiiniss mum
|*la|     (   I,nil ,       I' .lllllll       I I ■    ■'.
Ymii Irsile wlii id
all points, as (ollows:
•6.15 a.m.
•6.45 "
*7 15   "
7*45   "
8.15   "
8*45 "
9-15 "
9.40   "
After which cars leave at ten
Keith   Road,   and   Qucenshurv
Avenue Terminals as follows-
*6.oo a.m.
•6.30   "
•7.00   "
•7*30   "
8.00   "
8.30  "
9.00   •'
9 25   "
After which cars leave „l bts
niiniites past the hour and twen- minutM      ^ ^ _)tui
ty .ii.nu.es  to  the  hour  until      fivc mi afur ^  ^
mldmKht' until midnight.
* Not on Sundav. • Not on Sanday
For Grouse Mountain take the Lonsdale Avenue car Kor
Lynn Valley take, the Queensbury Avenue car. For Capilano
take thc Keith Road car.
SEVENTEEN  HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle as many more.     II you are thinking of building
see us snd talk the matter over
CAMPBELL i* MILLER
205 Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancourer
i
Lonsdsle ..renin end -
I'll.all!    4I
I  I,   I I
Am bought lm, lml nut by wo-
1  \, 1 iln- f.ui s,x ,1111 often
consulted about the purcbaee,
hi the) should in.    Wedding
rings iann.it I"' too itood in
quality -they sn not < veryday
pur lu*>.*s We Inn.- them in
hi si j solid gold, gnsraateed
I,, last » long lal lum. In
nlli, 1 iii li ■ .at rings StS easily
tiki till ll *.*l in e.inrte, ipiah
lt\ .in.l 11 ee prii' I II-:v Lml
|i*ee. lli In |>   mid \..n  will get
iln I.. 11 e,ilm Ii 1 \ nn iiiuni-y.
GRASSIE & CO.
318 Cambie Street
Cates' Wharf
l-Uill OP ROGERS AVE NORTH VANCOUVER
Dockage for Sleamen
Warehouse Accommodation for all purposes
&AND,  IIMI, BRICK,  CIMINI, (jRAVtl
COAL and LUMBER
Goods delivered il desired. Prompt service
APPLI IT OH'lli; il HUM
Di at  Roiitiii 11 and  13,   Flack  Hlock,   Vancouver
PHONE 3099
/v<laVVVvv^^>^<^^-^^^AA-t^-^-^^»^-^^M>M-%-^M-^-^-^A>^-^
North Lonsdale
60x182 UtaOm Block from Lonadale Avenue for$800. Theaa lota have thi
Advantage ol Water ami Electric Lighl lervloi-and the extemion of the Car
Une to Sl .Iiinn-' Mri'i'i will enhance their value ejoniiderably, The view ii
magniflcenl and none are bard toclear,
' ,\-i'i I will be built at onci on King Street.    LoUlwi favorably plaoed
in Vanoouver are telling lor flOOO and on much harder terma.
TERMS-$75 cash, balance tn 6, 12,18 and 21 monthi.
KxoluHive   Agent   for the  Nye  Addition
I   V(1K    LOUTBTi    2I3 Lonsdale Ave.     Telephone L89
NORIH V
; 8TEAMSI ST
ISCUIVIR TERRY TIME TABLE
090101
STR. NORTH VANCOUVi-.R
I.i'.tvc Van.
,eave N. Van.
Leave N. Van.      Leave Van.
'r,.io a.m.
•n.45 a*.
•h.jo a.m.        *b.45 a.m.
!.   \.ys "
7-50  "
•7.20 »••            #8.oo   "
x.30 "
8.50 "
8.20   "             8.50   "
915 "
9-45   "
9*W                 9-45   '
1    m.15 "
1045   "
10.15   "           10.45   "
11.11 "
M-45   "
1115   "           n.45   "
12.1 s pm.
1245 rMl
12.15 P "'■        12.45 ]"»
!   1.13 "
• •45   "
1.15   '             • 45   "
1   2.1s "
245   "
M5   "            2.45   "
J.IS  "
4-15   "
3*45   "
3*15   "            3*45   "
4*45  "
415   "            445   "
MS "
545   "
5-15                 5*45   "
1    6.13  "
h.45   "
6*15   "            6.45   "
;   7.25 "
7.45   "
725   "            7-45   "
1   8.15 "
8*45   "
8.15   "            8*45  "
!    9.15 "
945   '
9*15   "            9*45   '
j „
10.15
10.45   "
10.15   "           '°-45   '
J   M1.15 "
"11 45   "
II.tl   "           12.00
iff'  1 '
• Not 0
n .Sunday
1      Time Table
subject to ch-
nge without notice. THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Aldermen McRae, SehuJU ami
Bl'ailil weie ill attendance al llli'
.session nl tin- city council on
Monday evening,    Mayor  Ma}
presided.
A letter was read from lv
Dinvin, willi reference to opi-n-
ing 18th su iii through lota 'i
ainl ten, and Irulll II. \ itkil\ lu
ili,* s.iini' effect.
Missis. .\KNull a Bird, s.ih
cilol's lur Mrs. Anderson, wrote
nil lull.ill ul  lliiit' illilil,    ie ith
rt-Icrence lo Kttleuient ol claim
lor damages received oa tht lure si.ini' weeks agn.    Tin- tnaeoi
to interview the insurance cots-
pan] in ilu- matter,
A large- delegation uas present   III   Sllp-lltl'l     llll'    I'l'SllltlllOll
lubmitted Irom the mass meeting held lasl «*«ek, willl I'clcT-
l-llCf In doling Uie- halTooll.s ol
the   cilv   on   Sundays.      Those
who spoke' tu tupport ol tin- re-
solulioii were as lollows: li. A
McBain, U. K. Macnaghten, Id.
H, Martinson, st., W, Knnwles,
Kev. 11. Hooper, Kev. J. 1). liil
lam, Dr, Howell, Wm. Horden
nnd .1. M,ii I,can.     .Mayor Mae
pointed out the lact thai   it
would lie impossible' to gl\c ali\
definite replj at that meeting,
owing to the small Bomber ol
aldermen present, Inn he assured the deputation that the matter would he considered lie the
lull council ai ihe earliest poa
sible dale.    The deputation llien
with.lien .
Messrs. Mahon, M,ie l-'ailaiul a\*
Mali.ut wrote, enclosing conveyance oi the grand boulevard and
park to the cilv, and asking
thai lhe documents lie duly exc-
illti'd   bj   lhe   dty,   when    lhe
firm's signature will immediately lie allixcd. The) also le-
i|Uesliil thai the ti  Voted b)
ute ratepayers as consideration
lor ihe bonlevard and park, be
issued lo dale Irom July 1, 1909
.mil farther that thu sum ol one
hundred dollars pet acre agreed
Upon lol' streets, lie paid the
company, Relerred lo lile lm-
aitee* committee,
Aid. MeKae took occasion lo
emphasise tin need oi snme ade
iplale provision lol' properlv
earing lor thy parks throughout;
lhe eite, ainl sltoiigle a.le.a,,ii
id   the   constitution ed a hoard
ui park commissioners, li was
pointed out, however, that smh
a board could not he conatitut-
e.l imlil the provincial legislature meets again.
A petition, duly signed by the
ret|iusiic pro rata ol propert}
on nets, was presented | making
,ipplie.iiii.il under the municipal
l mUMa ael   lol   the constitution
under tin- local Improvement
plan, ol a cement ddewalk, six
lut 111 width, oil t'.iell side oi Uu
gland   boulevard,   Irom   i*.
road to i'liii itreet.    Referred
io the board ol works.
K. \\ Ke.iiis uu..iiiiiii llu
loitiieil, in euiiiiu nmi with his
applicatioa i•.i tin poailioa ...
.ne   plumbing inspector, that
he Is ,1 dllle   legist, u.l pllllllliet,
and is prepared to submit   lus
papeis ninn requested to .1.. w,
The dark was instructed   lo
pui'.ui' a complete ilalcmenl ol
lhe  eeauk  ee 111. ll  ll.r* been  H It 11
ed io the respective -.lauding
committees, and which  is   yet
111 all UKOinpll te slate*, same to
he reade   lot  Thillsdie  evi lil'ig.
Accounts as lollowi wen ot
ai. i.il paid.     I'lll,nne' eoiiimillte
general, fojH o". police, *
lllllllll   minimi li ' .   *     * '    Iiii,ilil
oi works, I447.10; waterworks
committee, £558.66; fire and
light committee, I558.I6.
Local Improvement he law No.
1.. im  tin- completion ol jrd
slreel was gleeli tin ia.- leadings,
as  uas  also   I.e law   No. 7, lot
lhe grading ol Nth slreel.
Bylaw No. 72, io provide loi
tile purchase ol a load building
plan!, was given three leadings.
The city clerk was iiistriietcd
to prepare a inlaw   providing
i'.i I3 '"' liri' fighting equip
meill.
The dty ihik was instructed
tn write the limit  oi si. Andrew's Presbyterian church, ainl
request an explanation ol tin 1
ail III iiei ting a booth on Ki ilh
road on lhe morning ol .luh   1
alt. 1    pel mission   to   erect    the
same had hem refused   by   iln
I lllllllll.
The tralisler ol ill.  f. 11 e h.mk
mg account 1.. N. V, City Per-
rics, Ltd., waa ordered.  U11 tuu-
lion oi Aid. Schultz, the mayor
was appointed to hold the city's
proxy as shareholder, ami to
represent the ciiy on tin- board
ol directors ol N. V. Ciiy ferries, I,id.
I,VNN VAI.I.l'.V NOTES
Some arc rejoicing thai the
water has at last reached them
through the main, others ate
stall Impatiently waiting.
lv Robertson has removed to
le Roche, B. C, lor the season,
while he- has taken his old situation in the saw mill.
On Friday last the cookhouse
ll  l-'lolinnc's camp was lul.ille
destroyed by inc.    The entire
belongings ol Mr. and Mrs. Bristol, the proprietors, wele losl
in ihe conflagration,
On Sunday lasl the Kev. Mr.
Gilles conducted his lust service
in Sl. Clements' hall. There
was a good congregation,   Mr.
Ctilles took lhe story ol the
Prodigal Son, as Un* subject ol
his lirst senium in the valley,
,unl elieelivelv showed how all
mighl hei)) each other 111 lile,
Service ami Holy Communion
at 11 11.111. nexi Sunday,
The itrawberry social in Si.
diluent's hall on Tuesday evening was a,dedded success, spite
..I ilu niili'iiicme oi the weather
Kev. II. Hooper acted as chairman ami introduced to tin- in-
habitants ol the valley llu- new
dergymaa lor thai portion of
the pariah* U« Rev* H, II. Gillies. An enjoyable programme
was rendered .md speeches were
made l.v Mr. C.illies, Reeve Me-
Nauglil and .1. M. Duval. The
ladies prepared straw lien lis and
CTcam, and lhe younger 1,idles
screed thelll at 15c. per dish.
I'h iw its were also oil sale, and
a brisk trade was carried on.
Suildtrs ood
Contractors
I'. Larson ;.*, prepared in
supply
limp, Brick,
.Sand, Onu nl
Ami nil kiml* nf Building
\l.iii-i'ia, ia, .|ii,iii'.iii,*sto suit
.unl ni ivastHniliii- prices,
 APPLY—
HOTEL Niiieiil VANCOUVER
iKI.KI'lluM   Nc  I
Choicest Cut
FLOWERS
in t.ieen ,it .a.in -I 1 rn  .
Give ii.- .1 trill lur
rUNEKAL DESIGNS or
WEDDING BJUQULT8
00* Ild ■Hug* M., ImM
When this mark is on
the outside of a paint-
can, he sure that what's
inside is the  paint it J
will pay you best to put |
inside or outside of any j
building.   It's yout
warranty of real paint value—because it means
paint permanence.   Trust it—you're surely safe.
IN TINS FROM I'lM TO GALLON
M.i.I.. In III slinili-s (or even piilnl usp
by Imparl,.! Varnish & Color Co., Toroilo
e
NORIH VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO., LID.,
Local   Agents
Commissioner on the 3rd da] "I
Augtisl, lyoe), nl 11 o'clock,a.111.
The riparian proprietori  in
Iiu usees who or whose lauds
,11 e likely tu he allcelcd hy the
proposed works cither aliove Of
he-low the outlet is W. .1. Irwin,
Esq.
The Corporation of the District ol North Vnncouver.
ALEX, miur, C.M.C.
Water Notice
Wuitr police
NOTICE is hereb) giw*n ttat
alt Applle,illon will lie 111,me under fall V. ol "llll ll.ile. lIC*.,
I909," lo ol.lalll .1 lleellse* ill 111.
Vancouvei   Divtetoa  ui    hei
Westminster llisiiiei.
Ule applleaiil  l.s tne  I Ul .
Hull  ol   lllc  Dlstlle I    ol     .a.u ,.,
I aiUiiuUi
lhe   lialile   ol   tile   sli cam   1
"'lhc ttiater Creek."
lhc point   ul   illuislult   Is   111
D.   I..   1071.
lllc eju.lllllty ol W.ilil applle 11
lol l.s one elllilc  loot pi 1  suoli.i
llu- character 01 the pro|
wutks is a llalu, Intake al.u
tlalciwoiks system.
lhc water is to t-c used \vuh*
111 Uie District ul .Nurlh Vail *,i,
ver.
lhc watei   l.s lo he   Used   lol
domestic ami municipal purpos.
es, subject lu cxisling lccenus.
ilie boundaries an.l alia ,.1
lhe Disliiel ul North \ aiieoueel
ale set iulth lit lhe letters p.il
ettl ol Incorporation dated loth
August,  1891, and piililiMiiu   ,,
the li. l. Gaiette, hm excepting
ihe at 1.1 ol lhc Llll   ol   North
Vancouvei specified ia Scheduli
II ol the North VancoUVB City
Incorporation Act Amendment
1907.
The ap|iroxiinate number oi
iiilialiiiaiils of lhe Diatrict .11
presenl is moo,
This nolice was p..sled on tin
2nd day ol duly, l')"A. .ni'i ap
plication will be made tu   uie
NOTICE is hereby given that
an Application will he made under 1'nrt V. oi "The Water A :l,
1909," lo obtain a license in the
Vaiuuuver Divisiun oi tm
Weatmiaatac District.
The applicant is lhe Corppra
tiun ol lhe District ol ..orih
\ ancouver.
Tlic name   ol   the  stream   is
"The Seymoar River."
llie poiiu ol diversion is near
ilic South boundary 01 u. L>, Hit
1 lie iiualltlly ol water applied
lor is six hundred and lilly cubic
leel pel second.
lhc character ul thc propose!
works is a Dam, miaHc a'.el
Waterworks system.
ilie waler ls lu bc used evi'.h-
m uie Disliiel ol North Va.iciu-
ver.
llie water is lo be used lur
domestic and municipal purposes, subjeel lu existing iceurus.
lhe uuuudarics ami area ol
Uic lllsiricl ol North \ aiuuuvci
are sel loilh in the letters pal-
eui ot Incorporation uaud ion.
August, tltyl, and paMISlim ..
ihe u. C. liaaette, bui excepting
lile aiea ol llie Lily   ul   Norm
Vaacoavei sped tied in Schedule
ii ui ihe North Vancouver cit)
incorporation Act Aiueniliiieui
1907.
lhe approximate number ui
inhabitants oi uie Disinu at
presenl is 2000.
'ilns nolice was posted on the
19th day ol June, 1909, ami ap
plication will he made to 1111
Commissioner oil the Jul da\ ol
August, 19119, at 11 u'lloik,, 1.111.
iiie riparian proprietors  01
llie usees who ol wlluse lands
are likely tu be allecleel by Ule
piopuscd wurks culler abuve 01
,,ei..ee   llie outlet   ate   'lhe-   Se)
mour Indian Kaaarvc.
Iha Corporation oi the District ol Nortn \ ancouver.
AI.I-.a. I'IIII.II', V..M.C.
inhabit,mis ol the   Dislriel   at
present is 2000.
This notice was posted on lhe
28U1 day ol June, 1909, and ap
plication will be made to the
Commissioner on the 3rd day ol
August, 1909, at II o'clocia.a.in.
The riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whose lands
are likely lu be afiected by lhe
proposed works are The estate
uf the laic Dr. Carrull, The
Nurlh Vancouver llrcwery Company and Messrs. Lonsdale and
Fell.
The Corporation ol the District oi North Vancouver,
ALKX. l'HIUl', C.M.C.
Canyon View Hotel
CAI'Il-AXO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON I'HE
B C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE insets aver; csi il end "I Keith
Komi Luii', Norlli VSBI OUVI 1.
Rates $2 50 per day snd npw..r.ls.
1'. LARSON,
Proprietor.
t. CANCELLOR,
M in.it;. 1
iinin Nonet
MM IV 1', is hereby glwu that
all Applle al loll Will bc ill,ule llli
del I'.U I \ ol " lhe Water Ael,
1909," to .il.i.llll a lleellse 111 tin
Vaacoavei     Dietslon    nl      .\cee
Westminster District
ihe applicant is ihe Corpwr-i
11..11 oi iiu Distiiit  oi   norlli
Vancoaver.
llll   ll.lllle    ol     llie    Sill.llll    1-
•iiie UacKaj Credu"
lhe point ol .lieilsioii is ill
I,nl   .|, llloek  l.|, I).  1,. 600.
The ipi.mine .,1 aratd applleo
lor is tWO eiilne led per seeoinl
i In  1 Ii.n.11 t.i oi lhe proposed
works  is  a   Dam,   Inl,ike   ..ml
Waterworks system.
The water is to he used an life ihe District 01 North . iin .a
ver.
The water is to be used h 1
doineslic and liiiinteip.il pUTpOS
es, subject lu existing rcculils.
The boundaries and area oi
ihe Dlstricl ..I N..nh Vancouvei
.in* set loith iii the letters pat-
cm oi Incorporation dated mil,
August, iN'Ha .md published la
the 11 i. Oazctte, i.m excepting
lllc alia ol  lhe City   ui   Noi lli
Vancouver specified la Seln.inli
H oi iln North Vancouvi 1 ine
liieoipot.iiioii Ait  Amendment
1907.
The approximate  number   ol
Water Notice
NOTICK is hereby given ihat
an Application will be made under Part V. of "The Water Aa.
1909," 10 obtain a license in the
Vancouver Division ol New
Wcslininslcr District.
The applicant is the- Cotpoi.i
lion ol the District  ol   Morth
Vancouver.
The name of the stream is
"The Capilano River."
The point oi diversion is the
uld Capilano Dam in D. L. 673.
The quantity ol water applied
for is sixty-eight cubic feet' per
second.
The character of the proposed
works is a Dam, Intake and
Waterworks system.
The water is to be used wilh-
tn lhe District oi North i ancouver.
The water is to be used lor
domestic and municipal purposes, subject tu existing rccurds
The boundaries and 'area ol
the District ul Norlli Vancouver
are set forth iu the letters patent ol Incorporation dated IOU
August, 1891, and published 1
the B. C. Gazette, but excepting
the area ol the City ol North
Vancouver specified in Schedule
II oi lhe North Vancouver CitJ
Incorporation Act Aineiidniciii
1907.
'lhe approximate number oT
inhabitants ol the Dislriel at
present is 2000.
This notice waa posted on tin
30th day of June, 1909, and ap
plication will be made lu the
Commissioner on the ud da] 0
August, 1909, at II o'eloeK.a.lll.
lhe 1ip.1ii.m  proprietors  01
lluiisees who or whose lands
arc likely to be ailecled be tin
pi..posed eeotks are the l Ite ol
Vancouver, The II. C. Klieltie
la.mpany and llu- Cnpilaiin I'.iik
Ca mpany.
The Corporation ol tin- \)it
nnt 01 North Vancouver,
ALEX. PHILIP, * ti 1
WANTED
Furnished ami Unfurnished ll<>u*r-, in Rent in
North Vancouver, Wc have rented thr la-t mi
our list and have further application,
Bend particulars al once to
ALEXANDER SMITH ir* CO.
I.iiiimIhIi- Avenue
l'h.nii's—Office H Housi- :".'
id)    Thc quaiiut)   oi  tvata
applied lur is 40 cUUK leel pel
second.
l_c) The character ul UH piopuscd wurks is a Municipal aa-
iciviuiks supply.
m ihe premises on which
lhe waler ls to be Usui is all
Ihal area mcludcU nitinu UM
.Municipal limits ol Uie mil) *"
.sunn laucuuvcr, comprising
District Luls 544, 545, 54«i Oti
54», 54V. 35ui 3D-. -'^Di -;1'*. 1'
73, aud bib.
'%) The purposes lur winch
the water ls lu be Use.l ale uu-
lUcsllc anel MM Kips I pul puses.
(UJ Ibe boUUllalles aim .ilea
ul lhe AllUllclpalU) ol Uic Ui)
ul .Nurlh \jlicuuwi is all Uiai
area sel loi lb in sclieeiuic ' to
01 ihe ".Nurin Vancouver uiy
incorporation .lei Ainciidmciii
Act 1907."
(l) lhe ajipioxiiiiate number ol Inhabitants 111 Uie Ut)
ul Nurthv Vancouver is i,z,"".
(\) Tills nolice was p..sin1
on llie l.Hh ila) ol Jum,
ami application will he '"•"■* l"
llie Commissioned   on   Uie   JTO
la) oi August, 1909.
i^k;    The nanus ami .nlmesses
oi any riparian Proprietors 01
Licensees who 01 WfeOM lands
.ue likely to be afiected b> tlic
proposed woiks eitha above 01
below ihe Out-let is "The *-"'
puraiion ..1 ih. i it) oi \ ancoa
ui aiiil iiii Corporation oi tin
Disinei 01 North \.niiiiiiMi
Cite  01  North  Vaiinuieei
THOMAS MIKl'llKUli
Cit)  Clelk
P.O. Address   Korth Vaacouvw
H\|«K M'llCt
NOTICE is hereby given Ifcal
lan   application   wil.1   be   made
Iunder Part V. ol the "Watei
'Ail 1909" lo Obtain a license lit
tin Vancouver Diatrict "i Nea
Westminster, tO lake, divert,
Convey anil Use wain ill till'
Ciiy of Norlh Vancnuver.
I   i,a)    The iiaiin, address   .md
iii.upation ol the' applicant   is
1 "The Corporation ol llu ut * u
North Vancouver."
(h)   Tlic name ..I the stream
Irom which lhe water is propoi
ni 10 be delivered is the "Bev-
niour kiver."
11 j    The point ol diversion is
sboul one hall   mile   aboVS   llu
Intake ol the Clly ol Vatiuiliul
and the ehvalion aliove lliirr.it.I
Inlet is 510 leel.
above lhc Intake ol lhe Ciiy oi
North Vancouver. llie elevation above lluriard Inlei is 820
leel.
(d) The quantity ul water
applied lot is 17 cubic leel per
second.
^j The eliai.ielet ol llie proposed woiks is a .Uuiiklpal wa-
urwuiks supply.
(I) ihe plcililse.s ull wlllell
llie water ls lu bc used ls all
llial  alia  llielilde'l  w lllllll    lhc
Municipal limits ul ihe Cuy ui
Aurih   Vancouver,   compnaiag
i/isitiet i.ois 544, 545, 5411, 54,,
Dl'1, 5-19, 55", do-, -'"5, -7', 2Ht
273, aud bid.
tg) lhc purposes lor which
lhe water is lo i>e u*e.i ale doineslic and municipal purposes.
(lij   ihe bouadarics ami aiea
ul the Aluuicipallly ul tlie Uty
ul North VaUcuUsel ls all thai
alia sel lurlli IU Schedule ' I
ol lhe "Nurlh \aiieoii\it Ciiy
lucurpuiatioii Ail Allien.linenl
Ael I9U7."
yl) lil. .ipploxilllale I1U1II-
laii  ui  Inhabitants 111 lm    Clly
oi N..Iih \ sacouvcr is ^,500.
(j)      Tills  Nultee   W.is  pa sied
011 tlic loth ila) ol June, lyoy,
aiiil applicatioa will bs made to
ihe commissioner un the 3rd
ai.,, a,i Augusi, 1909.
(kj Thc aaaes ami addresses
oi .ni\ riparian propi 1. tors 01
licensees win,, ..r wfeoos lands
■fl llkti) lo be alln led by the
plop..sul eeoiks mini al.uei *n
I*. mee   the* l)Ul-lel,   Is  lllc    Cot-
poration ..1 the I it) ol Norlh
\ ancouvei and the  Proprietors
111   .111.1    ..I    Disliiel     l.llls     loll.,
.ml IJhj.
cue 0! North Vancouver,
fHOMAS MU'.l'Hi 1   I
Clly Clelk.
V 11 Address  North \ sneouvel
WAItR SOIKI
NOTICE is inui.) g-N"> tkat
an ap|ilieaUoii will in* made
under l'atl   V. ol   the   "Watei
Aet 1909" ti. Obtain a llulise 111
thc Vaacoavei District m Ne*
Westminster,  to take,  divert,
Convey and use w,iii 1 in the
City oi North Vancouver
(a) The name, addiess and
oeellpatloll   ol   lhe   applle aiil     I*
The I olpul.i li'll "I lhc Cit)  "I
Noiih Vancouver."
'bj The name ul lhe slie,mi
liom whieli llu- wain is |.i"|
nl to Ik- delivered   is  "fjyan
Creek."
(c) The puini oi diversion is
aboui one and IMU 4"*" '' >" Bllci
Land Notice
New    Wesiiniiisiii    Land Di*
Ukt  Diatrict oi New Westminster.
Take  lioll.e that   William D.ll-
■icl   Duke ol   North   V.ilieoiie.i,
occupation broker,intenda to ap-
pi)   im   pilliilsslnli   tO  plinli.isi'
Uic following described lands
Ii.n,, Shoe Lake (west shore).
Collimiiumg St a post planted
due west  nl a  bai n 11   ink   70
nut in the Horaeehoa lake
111 a llttll 11.1 n on the west slmti'
ol same l.iki. theine w-st |u
chains, Iiiiilu sollili lO iliallis,
thence cast 40 chains inon aa,
less tO shoie ul lake, thetue
north along shore ol Like Ul
point ol commencement.
WII.I.1AM DAI./ll'.l. DUKE
M,,v 15th, l'*<>«>. THE  EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
Nm* i ii \ ,\ *   * i * . 1',   i
.i..\ :
Uu** 11.00
s,X   ll,a.lalll-      ■ ■ • ,40
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I'niteel *i '."I"' year
IDVI RTIS1NU   KATKH
Tnw-l 111    I1 -i    11      lllll LU-'
*   •    ll   II,-I Til-all
I I.     ill |l   .'a    la r  Ilia  I,   1 a
month,
I   '
i on  li
. ' lent in.cr
\,
a ll-.Tlllall
-    RatM »r*
taken,
, , advertiaeiiieiiti
I tin. pri
:•** ii-aira*|*n
est iwUi*.
Soki    I
Ji ie   ■).  io a,
N. V. CH\  FERRIES LTD,
Tlu   ll.iil'lii  ol  li
,:ie system
j,,,,,* ih. aiie ol North Vancou-
e,i to ,. joint slock compauy.
North \ ancouvei i itj
berries,I,iiiiitul, marks an cpoi li
in ;i clu] iiiiiii "i uie lerrj
.leeuli    Uils   illv    anu
, uiivi i      lucre is evi     I
Mill    I"   , "lliiil. le     lll.lt     I
l*. im,in,in  .nnl satis
nt hs     * n reach
■   ..;   hau
lollg  **>. 1.   *i   v. v...  .|in si mii    in
im minds .a iuial   ratipayirs.
;i..il    iiii|ili,viiucnl     ecu.
. .   in   llll   li 11 e    *l I
e 10 * lUagt llienl  1.1 llie
,i..lll   lllc   ilae
mo in.   li.mils an
Un diy, is loiieiusivc prool .n.n
ers wcrt eea.ising on
* ipli.    ee li. n    iln",
ii ..i.n i  10 pruvt
...     lei IV     sestclli
musl i*. * j*. ruled nmu ilns sun
Ild, .iini ee nn ,i en vv  lo
i   .Vol ill
I,on..ueii ..n.i iiii convenience
Hci .in/.ns, irrespective ...
, .us prolils, instead ol ueiuj
UUI  •* *       ' "I J."l,.llOll       Ol
..1 a eicev IO
.11VI.1.
lu noting ihi passing ui   tin
ime oui   "i   din-ci   municipal
an a ,,.i,ssiun ol dewie
a.    IS   uiie    .Hav "I
all     .  UV     ."lllllll,!"!     lllc
ml and -ai
* eeiiicii has imu
during liieii leuuri ...
COUI * . :    . ., llllll
las imu iin]iia,v
(I'd,    UU    Sll Via,     ,',.a  .    lal . ll    111 a. I I . I -
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city,
.. .i   I.n,.
a.a llll
all.il        IS
a  which l.s
l in
hoard oi directors musl grapple
irom nine to time, but with a
population oi 100,000 people at
one end oi tin system and oi
I'.o.i peopie al the other end,
both ..I which arc rapidly on llu-
iiu nase; wilh a business which
is now fairly well equipped and
in good financial condilion;wilh
,r|ihe 1111.l1111.1i.lv bright future lying belore tbe citj oi North
\ ancouver ami its environsjwith
the many scenic ami other advantages which attract pleasure
seekers, tourists, piTiiiaiuin residents and othei elements, all
ol ee imll cie.iie iiKiciseil trallic;
wiih a constituency in posses-
lion ui uic majority oi the
sii,ms, which is not concerned
wiib large proUts or wun an)
prolils .11 aii, tot iimi matter-
out only wim uu- proviuntg 01
a siiietn lusi ii,,ss aiid trequeai
mi} service, tor tha civic 111111-
ni with uicse ami oilier assisting conditions, Ihere is ever)
icisoii iii .nm-. 1(1.iu that lllc
nm problem is solved, uini
Uiai niiii' lies belore tbe system a record ol unqualified sue-
1 ess.
iln Express but expresses thc
unanimous sentiment ol lhe
ratepayers in wishing iw uu
Hoard >.i directors and their sue-
.ci-snis, a career ol pleasant and
Harmonious associations and 01
unqualified success in Iheir administration oi ihe extremely
important Interests which are
in 1 vi committed to iinir irusi
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'  mil lonlidenci   ..1  tin
:    1      i.ile    ,,|
I'   .iilil
 *i   "i ,1 joint
11 1 v wnii limited ha
veils .1
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luili lp.il 1 I.m .
■   lia ii 11 v  ni..ii
. uini   into eiii. 1 undi 1
ropitious cin uin tun
I ha   int) "ppi'itunil 1
I.
less III' lll'lll.. Ill
COMMENDABLE METHODS
An Instance m ibe triumph ol
amicable methods in the adjustment ol illllelenec's, was lecclitlv
provided bj Ibe city and diatrict
"iniiil.s, wuuh is worth) spec-
,il eollllllilialalloll.      lhc mallei
11 hand w.is tin carrying oul ol
he agreement  winch had been
lileiol   inlo  Willi   relerence    to
interchange ul water supply.
Rel)lng upon ihe provisions
1 ilns agreement, ibe district
aad expended a large sum ol
in.on \ in constructing the system "i tlm 1..vnn Valley n/ater
dislriel,  but  when application
was made   to Utt cilv  counul tO
provide the water, it was discovered ihat iiikIu ihe agreement, tin coat ni ihe metres
would in so great, that lhe n
turns  to   llie  cite    Ka.lll     water
talcs would imi pay interest on
tin outlay. The cit) council
therefore look advantage ol lhc
termination clause ami gave no-
tici oi Un 11 intention to cancel
their igreement in six months,
itualion wa ■ ont winch ollered impli opportunity lol unpleasant developments, ami at
several stages ol the negotiations, serious division might
havt been precipitated, but by
dint ol wim -all restraint al
trying*periods, upon lbi pari
ol uu members ol both councils,
all   illlluilllli      ee.li   SUCCCSslull)
,inl .md an amicable ad
11 ii,,,ni arrived at, lo ibe mn
uiai satisfaction ul lhe pal".
Ill   ll]   ■      Hall, lis,   llli    lllllH    I I
Ol  III.   .lie   ami   llli   dlstricl    al''
identical, and ii la to bt hoped
llll       . H llllllllSlI , lll'lll      "I      .lll.l.H.s
aiil al .nl limits be in lhc hands
.a capabli imu, who will stead
1,1 .He ii [use 10 allow uiinoi dii
a   la   ||a  , |,,    a||-,|l|| la,     ,  Cl   II      U)     lilt
.slightest degree, thai splrtl   ol
h,n ninny ,1.111 iii vv Iiiiii are bound
la,     .lllllll      llll.lillll.ll.il lla'.'lltllls
I*- imili iiiv .imi district,
Home While
; Paying Rent
On Fifth Street
between Chesterfield snd
Mahon Avenues, facing the
Inlet, we have a very nice
modern house for in00.
A small cash payment
secures this, the balance
as rent.
ELDER   MURRAY   CO.
I'lnKi 17, Noara ViaSSVTSS Phone SIM, VmcorYia
->'M**-M~K-^<^-M***<^^*~!** *^>-><^>->«->^>*+***<M-l^<{***W
THE LONSDALE PHARMACY
SELLS DRUGS AXD MEDICINES
A T   VANCOUVER   PRICES    . . .
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE US A TRIAL ON YOUR
NEXT ORDER PHONE ig
* P. S.  THOMAS, Pkm. B.
i DRUGGIST    *
»MHMI*HHiMMMM »mMMMMMtHM.Ht)
111! WITH A BOLT
11. iitiithi.soii,  ..I 3rd street
prepared  to qualify  -|s
.rn authority oa   the lorce  re
pn 1 mnl bv ,1 ahingli boll too
ning lull ult down   lhe Hume.
unl.ie   I,isi . wh; li  "lit   lot a
1,oi,Mi witli a t"iu| inion   sad
uiiug along   ih.    Hume  near
id odyvilli. Wi   Ilm. hlaon beat
in which thi   ova tin flume '" I*-** ' ■ —***s\
nol BOting tlie lact thai he Bad
lost sight of his [rieiid arotnnl
,1 liiini, who had stopped to ptik
up a stray shingle bolt und
ilirovv it into the Hume. The
result was that as Mr lluteln
son was enjoying his drink, the
bolt came along rapidly and
siruck liim wiih lull force upon
the fight side tit lhe head, JUM
above tlie temple, The blow
was suiliiiiiitlv .severe lo rt'llthr
him insensible (or a .short time,
but he soon rallied and was able
io walk lmnie, iiic only harm
done being sonic ugly bruises
where the bolt struck lum.
SHOOTING ACCIDENT
Mr. K. Rogers ui thc local
stall ol lhc 11. C. BL Kv Co.,
mel with a shooting accident
this week, which, while aai ,,
painlul nature, was fortunately
UOt Serious,     He Willi for a lisll-
ing trip along Seymour neck,
aiiil incidentally placid his revolver in his batting bag as an
accessory to the day's sport.
By sonic means in making hia
vvav along the creek, the revolver w.ts (Uncharged, the ball pawing,through lus righl looi aim
shattering sonic of the small
bolus. Air. Rogers is now at
North Vancouver hospital, mid
is mating satisiactor) progrtae
toward recovery.
II.
lira 11 dh§ t~
all «ii.*i- ol Misiic.11 and Antique I *.;rin
ture, Store, Ufflet>, Kank and liar Fix-
nun.    Repairing iu all iti hranchea.
171 Third 81. W., ll.l. .'li.al.rS.aal ind Umidlll
Oppo.il. School
MAI I. ORDEKS giren prompt attention
Preserving
Fruits
Of all kinds are now being received.
Buy early to ensure a supply.
Best makes of
PRESERVING
SEALERS
and   accessories    always   in
stock.
All lines of -jroceries for tlir
l.i-st lamily trade at   right
pi ices.
C.R.MCKtUN
Lonsdale Ave mnl Ml: st
Sensible
Seasonable
Serviceable
Satisfying
Shirts for
A5c, $ 1.00 and $ 1.25
I In ii I..-.ii . in nol be loiin.I .mv wh.ie, In-
ing a reliable make of tin v.ie besl mati t
ikIs, made in numerous different stripes sad
patterns,  SH) lis*,   so  that   ths   particular
dressei t sun il fail M hew lus wants filled.
DROP LN  AS YOU  PASS
CUMMINGS
Cent's Clothing,       Kuraisbings,       Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Hoots and Shoes,
NEXT TO KIRNS' MEAT MARKET
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%
$20 cash
$10 month
secures
one of these
beautiful
and modern
Our prices on the above are
if anything a trifle less than
they can be bought for in Vancouver and our terms are much
better. We carry a lull and
complete line ol SHELF AND
HEAVY HARDWARE, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, etc., and
are headquarters lor
Stumping Powder
and all other explosives
Paine  <& McMillan
The   Pioneer   Hardware
PHONE ii FIRST & LONSDALE
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BEDTIME
SEE UUR
WINDOW
Brass Bedsteads      Iron Bedsteads
Bes'itii'H jum reeciveil direct Irom (aet*>rv in the east.    Thev are
.Itn.li*-- at prices lhat rant lie heal
A***, (nr nur We am  A j. nt. d.r tha hum-ill
All Cotton Felt  Mattress       Restmore Mattress
Wi' al.n have a numl»r nl
Seagrass and Rattan Chairs
siut.il.lv Inr Veranda or I.min: II.*.m
CASH OR CRI DII
CASH OR CREDIT
TIIK Mil V.t!im'VER10IEFtR\ISIKRS Its***
CHEAP BUYS
LOIS CLOSE 10 WAIER IRONT, $225.00,
$63 Cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
SPECIAL SNAP-Lot on Keith Road and close
to Ottawa Gardens, 50x1-10. $1000. $250
cash, bal. 6, 12 & 18 months.
LYNNM01R, LYNN VALLEY—0 6foot Lots, $100
each. $15 down, balance $10 per month
C. E. LAWSON
Heal Halite Specialist 15 Lonsdale Ave.
Phone 70
CU A \I/9C PI0NEER DRY goods,
N H A yW    ^   Gent' Furnishing and Fancy
Store,  Cor. 2nd& Lonsdale
Note the Following Special This Week
Ladies'        $125
Underskirts $1.50
Tin* 11I...H. Iin.- .-aniiot lap duplicated »i the prim
nn cither mile of tlie Inlet
I
9
I
I
s
I
0
1 Iiii Summer Stock u nnw complete and ai it is peraonslly
Hli' inl by Mr» Sim* there is not a single article that i» not
p. 1 (..I ol iU kind in quality and price.
•   DRESSMAKING ')V THE PREMISES. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
WHITE CLirr CITY IS OPENED
Had llie board ol directors ol business and piulcssioii.il men in ol lllis particular location,   es- short call at l-'isheriiians' lnlcl .provide, in brii-l, that all limber juslilic-d by the- importance   oi
■' penally   mentioning   the   lacl on the return Journey, arrived lis to he suld by public auction *—m  i*tefeatB.   especially   m
that llu- bay was su cllcclllalle ,,t Valicuuvcf  abuul   4.J0  p.m. |at till- nlliee ul lhe liniber agent |m'w oI lht' Ial)1(J gruwl1' ol lllt
sheltered Irom all winds.    Dis On Uic way home a cordial vou ifor Uu- districi, sJter each bcrih |wusl-   I" ti—* wo1" Xanadu has
trict Clerk Alex.  I'hilip stated ul lllallks Was tendered Colonel |has been surveved and has b,'.ti muc>1 tu •****■ Irolll some oi lhe
that   then  were  ahead)   siiiue While,   lliuvcd   by   BecVt   Ale- 'examined bv  a coiiipclctil .ims- !western states.
Ilil,11,,'H     I ll' 1*.! .  I III     I I ICC IISll I'S    II.      \   illaallt     ,1,1,1    ^,.,.,,,lil,.,l     l.\        \,   111,,,      ..,*        'l-.l'l,,,.     ...   ..    1......   , 1, aaaa
The   West    Slia.i
Laud Company  been given i.illi
blanche in training up ihe cob
ditions which should accompan)
the emit, the lormal opening ul
White >. bn citj could not ban
been Attended l.v iii.lie laviiialih
con.hu.ms ih,ui those which obtained on Saliuilae lasl.   llidei
&   Northern smh cities as Nea   York  am
Chicago,   (rom   their   places ol
bu iiness,     He  lurther  stateu
that a pail ol lhe plan .,1 Col,
Wlivte    was    lhe    lillllillllg  ol   a
modern tourist hotel on grounds
reserved lot thc purpose oa
White Clill, which was expected
tu uniipv  relative!)   the same
Hlbli
lhe able illlei lolslllp ol  Colonel   ''.'!u    "    ■
did   lllc  billions
While Gill City occupies   the
estimation   aslSevea yean ago the aaacesed mtire penineula oa the extreme
t   mu llie laiiioiis Clifl  House   nl ' value ul prupcrlv in lllc district sniilli   western   shore  ol   Howe
oi ol ih. company, the arrang.   S/" tt^Q\K0;l   lh' "ls',' "?"* \~u ^M"' "'"'" "'" U"' ',' W '^""'"'V'1 "" V?*™
ills   wile   e,.nil.leli   111   enie   ll'  l"  l'K'  lnslll,lU"11   Which   11   is practlcallv see ell allll ulle-llall  shoreline   ul   1' ishi-riiialls   Cuvc,
respect, tfhile all the lortuitous *** """"k'a. t0 lsldllllsh   ,,n imlllulls' lMSsinB wl,iu'' *»■ Clifl  hav
i..,ic    ci...i.    aaai*.    .enema     ajyuaa .men,     ua >•*..     u}     acivc    .lie- examined  liv   ,1  CUliipi'lClll   11 Ills- aa»a..v...
hun lien registered towtisilcs in Naughl and sccuiided bv  Acling ,i.   Taking as a basts the swore "'-1'1'  principle  ol   the  law,"
North Vancouver district,  ami Hayor Prescott, to winch Cul. report submitted by the cruiser, wr'ics Air. Campbell, in spcak-
they bid bur in .in* produced Whyte made a fitting reply. aa to-the quantity and value oi '"E " lla' irrigation act, "is
bister than ever In the future. White Clifl City occupies iln- the Umber, the minister ol ihe that the water,is public propcr-
i thai part ui the townsite known
bister lhan ever   in   the  luture.
interior then lixes an upset pru.
(or tin- In-rih. juse °*ll do not convey any pro-
I-'urtv-seven tire rangers  Uere P"l) '" lli ''"I are granted lur
employed during 1907 la patrol- r"****1 USI' - connection witli
,  ling lhe luresl reserves and [,,r. ■ a spccilic location.    11 any larg-
The chairman then announce! Copper Cove, and taking in tile eslcd districts.  01 these 21 were cr rlfi''1 wurt permitted to exlsi,
_JS topic "Transportation," in  western shore oi HorsiShoe bay   iu the B, C. railwav bell; seven a rlB'11 l0 9ttJSt might be held
iiiiilii iln auspices (il Weslinins- response to which C. 0. Wicki-n- The   lownsile   comprises   IJtlg on   the   eastern   BUM   ui   the [speculatively and nol used bcni-
ler hall,  the Presbyterians had den relerred   In   lhc  difficulties acres in all, uf whicl  abuul MX) Rocky uiuunlailis (Irom the In- ['■-'•ally*   One person or company
secured an excellent site Ior Un- aiid the risks which attended pi-  has been platted and is now   un tcrnatiuital boundary, nortli   tu'mighl gel calilrol ol the waler
ol establishing   ,m   in- uin-cring in the west, whether in lhe   market.      Topographically  the Saskatchewan river), live in jaml
lhe timber, the minister of  ihc,l"al *■ water,is public proper-
iset price r?i and that any rights  to  the
purpose
pices ul Weslinins- response to which C. 0. Wicken- Th
Presbyterians had den reierred to the difficulties acres la
it-en platted and is now   on tcrnalinii.il boundary, nurtli   to!""-S11   .
■mi|„ise  ui isuii.usiuiij;   an     i uiieciii un* wesi, wueiiicr in mc   market.      Topographically  the Saskatchewan river), live in ami   have   a   monopoly   wincli
siuiiiioii aiiii ihe ]il,in oi  tiic railroading or in other lines,and the townaite consists ol three the Edmonton district, seven ia erwM place the owners oi lands
I.un..us Chain.npl,i assembly, As expressed  the   conviction   lh.it valleys running in a nurlh   and the l'rincc Albert dislriel,   and l*cpcndcnl on the stream at their
ini  transportation,   ia  addition the speculator was uol  alwavs soiilh direction,   and   lying   be- two along the Athabaska rivel
to lhe lacl  lliai   tin- spot   was accorded just treatment bv lhc tween picluresque round lopped from
alnailv   readily   accessible  bv press, as he frequen
Athabaska    handing    to
accessible by press, as he bequeath conferred ridges, which thetnaelvse oiler hake Athabaska.   in the Lesser
boat liuin Vancouver, Ihere Was great benefits upon the COUUtr) many delightful sites for build- Slave lake district and also a-
cxcellenl pn.liability that rail- by taking chances which Others ing purposes. The first and long the line ol the C. N, K.,
iv,iv   transportation  wouli'
forthcoming la the not distant
future hi means ol an electric
railwav uver Second Narrows
bridge, built either under the V.
W, I V., of ihe B. W. ft 11.
charter.
circumstance's were sinh as  to
gieailv assist m rendering   ihi "Uniwsil   ih.ghis.      Here the topic "TranaporUtion.
occasion une ol unqualified
pleasure, 'iLu p.utv bn Knglish baj pui al about 10.30 a,
in., and comprised the follow
mg: Colonel Allien Whyte,
managing dirw toi; Su C, 11.
Tupper, a. I'. Woods and ■'. ll.
Sanderson, dine tors; Keeve Mc-
N.lllglll alld Cotthcillors Kobson,
Davison and Allan, ol the district ol North Vancouver; J.u
Prescott, ailing mayoi and Aldermen Sieve,111 ,111.1 Uorton, ol
Vancouver; District Clerk Alex.
Philip,  and  Districi   Engineei
Donald Cameron;  Hon,  David
1,1.m', judge; W, P. Argue, superintendent ui education, Vancouver; Uev, K. J. Wilson.past
01   m    Andrew's  Presbyterian
elm,eh, Vancouver; C  0, Auk
cinlni, .1. w. I). B,
C,   Faulkner, James Si.uk,   i\
MaiNaughloii, W . It. ii    A
B, LllllbiTloll, J. P, .Ucciii. II,
Saturda) Sunset, I apt. W.Wilson iiwiii, .uini 1 isiug seni>*
t. N WhinfkW, architect, l..
11, Moore, J. W, Bryan, n. 1,.
Dun v. A. B, Palmer, E. I
King, P. Larson and Geo, 11.
Horden ol Ihi Kxpri
The motor launch Knglish
Boamer, conveyed th. part) lo
Horseshoe ba) in one and om
hali   limits,   when    lhe   part)
landed and ..1 once partook  ...
an    excellenl    lum liuni.     allll
which Col, Whyte skiliull.
ed the lollowing programmi   1
Ins opening rental ks Col.Uln le
voiced his unbounded conlideuci
in tin greal future belon \ an
coun 1 ..I..1 lui environs, Twen
ie   i\ v..us ago T.kiiiii, 1   had
imu inh,ibn.uiis .unl Seallli JHwi
While  \ .ilieulivi 1   was sialic e. I
on the map, He believed Ihal
ihe wildest prophec) Ihal could
be m.uh ve .iimi iin bounds   ol
reason, relative lo the inline  ol
\ ancouvei. would ultimate.) be
found nearest nght
Sir Charles Uibberl Tuppei
was nnu called upon lo liiaki
tin- uilin.il opening address,  lh
slated llial ill vu vv  ..I llu great
population that was destined 10
occup) the shores oi tfui i.n.I In
Ki, smh resorts as Mhiii 1...
citv wen large!) a nm *.*ne. A
ve,e striking ' ment upon uu
111a.Mil .iiviiopincui vv nun e an
couver   had   made   ol   recmi
muuins, ba.l 1 nn provided h)
events on lbs msi ol Jul) ,whea
in.I ev ilhsluli. ling  the   lacl    that
in.uu thousands oi people were
in attendance at ihe several
sporting events advertised, and
ihai in,ui) thousands mon had
betaken themselves out ..1 un
cue  l.n ll.e .lav, null   was  no
appreciabb  diminution ..1   tin
mum.. 1 aai pcopli i> mauling in
llu   illv,  and   Hie eli.ee.Is    upon
the streets appealed ijiiiti as
largi as usual Sinn s resoiI
as whu. tlui mv was demand
ed bv existing conditions .v."
ai present, and he knia ol so
im>ic desirable local ion loi the
purpose lhan Whiti 1 Ufl city,
in enumerating Llu attractive
features ol iin location, In cited
the natural beaat) ..1 uiu- spot;
the nn thauslible supple ol lush
watei. ii.iiipiis.ng three wati 1
records on as man) stri auisjthi
presence ol deep salt watei to
ib. nu shoreline; the lacl that
the entire (onshore ol Horse
sh..1 b.iv an.1 I'lsiiimien's mu
has been dedicated be the com
pane  Iiii  publii  uses; llu inin
iiig nature ol the surroundings,
Willi tiun lulls ami gladei vi*i
mountains, aa en 11 ,,s tin , -,,11
hm  ashing in  ibe Immediate
e n unl- ; its 1..in1 nil n..  u. \ .111
cone,I,  lium   whiih   it  was   in.
Iiiiiiiii  removed than an   th
vnre unwilling lo assume,   the largest   ui   these   valleys   runs from Krwood tu The l'ass.rang-
risttlt oi which redounded to the through irom Fiahermaa'a coveiers were kept.
advaiilaige uf very large nuiiibels tu Ihirseshoc cove, the second The report calls attention to
who profited by his enterprise. Irom Fisherman's cove to Cop- the great risk ol lorest lires a-
A. B, Woods, superintendent per cove, and the third and the long the proposed line of the li.
and director oi the V. W. tx V., smallest from While lay to T. P. railway, during its constated thai  his  company   was Clifl bay.      These  valleys   arc struction.     Newspaper   reports
mercy. The evidence ol experience is ugahist the unrestricted
transfer ol water rights and the
proper policy seems lo be to ail-
here in the main to the principle already established by the
act ol making the right to the
use of the water appurtenant to
the land."
The branch, during the year
I9"7, made i)y sales ol land lor
reclamation by irrigation; these
covered a total areu of 62,,i)i
acres.
IH'KSTS AT OPENING 01 WHITE CUFF CITV.
Ui   James Sanderson, direct   bus)   oa   transportation   pro©- level and the soil is nl excel
rn, briefly expressed his graiiO  Ictus ol interest to North ian  <|u.(] 11 \     The surveyed
m ul widespread lores! bus dur-
I   Illg lhe Spring ol  lyuH had BOt,
•VI
quality,    The surveyed line 01 ~* ' *• — •'" ~~ ■•"*'
cation al Ihs auspiciouscircuui   couver and that thev hoped, m the V   w   I \. ke. skirts ihe *eo*ever, been officially confirm-
-ian... attending   the  (omul the near luture, to perlect plans townsite on the east    Arrange  ct''
and   that vvullld .liable tin ill lo reach  mentl have been lliadc with the      Hug-'l'"11  •"'«   '"rills all    Un
stc.iii.1   Barambs to stop  al potaat part d the w«k ol tile
Fisherman's rove daih  during lurisll*v l"alul1'    A"""'l>'   llu'
lhe   season,   .uui   It   is   UU. tided   J»bjeCtS    discussed    Ulldel     tills
unite um uiy,   wish   j . wiison ana *. r. argrn  -ur, to pUce a boat on the route to'mu* *" "" lu'"' "' ■ ll.ulr""
iponded to by  Acting   M.i  ■:  Ailson outlined the scheun thai maketwo trips daih lo Horse  K'-'P11'1  asirvegr,  the Irrigation
act, the lirsl   Canadian   lrriga-
upening   ol   lhe   town
stated his ei.nv ie tiun that   uic
proja > would nil a lell aeet
ue iim dty,
1   "I'.diieaiia.n    and   Vacalion'
'llli  lopil     l.H.ilil   \,11111,i'.i   1,illiil up   linlgi  I.lalll, Kev. K
Seeds White Clifl City," wasn   J, Wilson aad W. P. <trgu<   .n
d to bv   Ailing   da  11  tiilson outlined Um scheun thai male two trips dail) 1
Prescott snd b) Alderman .... itesiminsier hall purposco iai   --hoe cove    rte demand lor lots |
ion      The lorinii   he,utile  1  n ivmg Into elleel 1.11 llie poiiioii  is,iln,,de brisk allil gives eVI
gi.iiulai.cd the coinpanv  on the reserved kn tnem and known asjanursnee that whal Col Wh)
excellent idea upon which the) Oniversit) Heights.    The insti* inlormed It-is hearers had been
wen ..1 wort and expressed Ins Ution will be modelled aliei ihe'his favorite dream loi lout vears Adequate haa beea the work ao
appreciation ol ilu opportuailj Chatauquaa Idea, and prominent nnd more, is aboui to lake laa  lar ('ullt'     l'u' Ma* u' ''>''"'"
..I serial L.i himsell tin iovelt thinkers alone educational, so- jjii,),. |ortn .,,,,1 ,,, Knt_ ,,u, ,„ graphii   surve) ol the streams
tiun coiiniitioii, and Uic "duly
ol water" and its dcteiiuinalioii
Mr. Campbell p..nils out how
Inadequate has been the w.iik si
1  edng lot I1u11s.il ih. loe.le thinkers along cdneational, so- gii,|(. lorm ud to wort out ii
spot   u|   which  iimi  1 hoiii cu,logical, religious and kindred ,. manner thai   will  lulbl  ih
had i.illeii.   The latter declared lines will bc engaged irom nuiv1
ihal he had alwavs considered to timeJoi lecture<
had alwavs considered lo time,)oi lecture courses
Horseshoe Hav the best spot b.r    "The Scenic Wealth oi Hoars
■ll'll .1 purpose on  lbnve Sound, Sotttd," was spoken lo I.e
and was convinced of its suci KcConncU ol Saturda)  Sunset
lu  response  t..  tbc  subject ud G   11. Horden ol The ha-
"White ibn Inv. North Van press,     "All Hen Require  u
aaaiinrs \oiingesl Child,"Keen* liming,'   bi .latins Sl.ilk, ,1 U
Hi n.night replied, inst m hum D B Pants and K.C.. Paulxnet
on.ns vein  .iiul  laief in more ami   finaU)   "The  Press"   b)
staid statements, showing thai Mn-sts  Coburn, Cardlnal,Byu
this ,unl in,me more similar n ami W. Wilson Irwin.
»'.ul.1 b. required l.v th.    Aaborti bb ..vu tin town*
population .i.'oii'. Burrard Inlet, siu was enjoyed alur iln dose
. Councillor kubs.,11 upreaaed ins (,i tin programiM, iln   part]
ia i.i. 11,1, ..I iiu gnai mass ui Iappreciation ui the advutagcaltto reonbarkina
musl sanguine expectations
its promoters.
ol
l-OKKSTKY REPORT
The  inns report oi the siiper-
graphi
supplying the irrigation distrii 1
1   e , ,1 (lit 1 ■ 111111.illoll   ol   the .1-
liioiinl ol watei   that   Hows   in
the different  streams at difler-
cut seasons, the determination
ol sites lor dams and reserv.iiis,
and  obtaining  ul   much  other
111 nf furestrv Inr the du  \_*t*  Usellll  ill    lolittolllllg     lllc
llltiilde
minion, K  H  Campbell  late!)
issued, gins iiiitih attention to tMf" th"sl' "' *•*!* '" co"-
ili. dominion loreetrj reaervee, u'"' u'1' *ttB |l"   Irrigation,
situated iii M.mii.din, Saskatch ll"lll,slK "■ll,r wpplj aad oth
.ve,11,  Alberta  snd Un railwaj " I1"1!""-1'*" MAt as the opera
belt in British Columiai., """ "! railwaw      A consldei
Tba reporl i-nes m (all ih. M> taeraaaea upeadituri on
ogramme,  un   parcj amended timber regulations ad l'lls *—* ol work is,  in  Mr.
balking  and alld   "a j opted in December, I907,   TbeCC Cahtpbell'l *fS_\o9, abuidutly
How ni ihe streams so as  in
HOCNTAINEBBINC Chl ii
Carouse mountain was suecess-
liillv climbed by a party <d ti„
Nurth Vancouver iiiouiiiainecr-
ingdub, lasl week. The pin v
comprising it-, ssjssibsra, started
from headquarters at i'our o'clock nn Saturday alternoon,
each bearing everv outward ,,s-
I'xt of e hardy and uptriencec
Moaataiaaer, and ln-anng upon
"is or her back the eoiiveiilioiial
t*k The first halt was made
on HoequitO creek, at the baas
ol the inountaiu, where, alter a
Short rest and a re-adju„iim,,i
ni equipment, Hie actual cwub-
"'g «as Ih-ru,,. After .1 \ot_
•teady climb, the plateau, aba„l
SOO leel beneath the summit was
n-auhed, m time to etijov an ,1.
trancing view of Inlet, uty gull
'sland and ocean as the sun
•Wt down ,„ a taoi ol color,
! the whole comprising a picture
180 falllll'ar and so dear to ihe
""'untain eltmher, and al tbe
same Haw so altogether impossible oi description. A roar:., -
temp lire was soon lending iu
cheeriness to tlu- SCMSe, anil ample  justice   was   done   to   the
si'read which the ladies produi.-il
rom the larder ol lhe parte, alter which camp song and 'story
."'livened the pruecimgs U lh,
(•rt* reclined alwut the |iri*
y tall pirns wh.d, became
"'voiced 11, ,|U. ,llum,llallons
»*d* a Icrocious blaaa which at-
tracted atteatioa ut „„|v ,„
N"rtl' Veacoaver, hut Ukewtee
woei the Inlet. The panoram,
•MCI spread itseli Uiore the
g.l/e of the Campari as the moon
eecerAd the sky, revealing the
greal breadth ol horuon with
"s vast cxp.m.sc ul ocean ,i„|
the intirvening land, wuh Vs*
ewer, outlined by mm, Ul)_.
sand sdatilatiag poiataol light
111 Uic- immediate Ion-ground
■fain caihd forth nuay aaeaa-
UOM „| unbounded adliuralloil
illl|l -'gain subdued the partv lu
adminag silence.
Al dav break Sunday morning,
ihe partj wuutewaj aaaaa
snow beds Irom io to lo bei
•Wp, and lhe peak ol Uiouse
iiiounlain w,ls reached 111 th,
early llioliiiug. Another peak
in tile Vicinity was also seal u,
"1    H*'ich  was  dlscovend   a
species ol heather, closely resembling the Scotch bell healhei
samples ol winch were -broughl
down bj members ol the pany.
The return journey was made
i"   the  afternoon, headquarters
being   reached  again   ectfew
i"iii and live o'clock.
Nexl   week   aiiother trip will
In taken, this tunc to tin upper
waters o| Seymour creek, wilh
special atteatioa to the canvon.
The officers ol iln- dub 'are.
President, Mrs. Utah, New
Westminstei, iicc-prcsident,i\liss
Prances RuaaeU; secretary-tleaa-
urer, C. b. Voung, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
ISIIEIl
Jil'NM'KY   APPEAL   Tl'NU
Editor Express;
Sir,—At a meeting held in
Larson's pavihuii uii Feb. 9th,
we were appointed trusties ul
the above lund. I'he original
purpusc- ol the lund having laps*
cu, we unanimously decided mat
u was our uuiy iu reiurn contribution to cadi contributor,
Al a meeting called b) Ins woi-
slnp tllc mayor on J my bth, we
gave aa accouat ol out stewardship, and placed m Mayor
..lay's bands, iiiiijiiis, signed b)
us all, for distribution amongst
lhe various donors lo lhe luml.
Hut ii was pointed out at tht
latter meeting thai a number ol
the employees ol the motoi
transput iation company were
still unpaid, and il was decided
lo start a new lund with Ilia
worship as the sole trustee i a
to recoup the above mentioned
employees, and (bj tu recoup
Air. braim wilh any surplus
iunds which might c.xisi alter
the purpose mentioned in (a)
had been lully satisfied,
All the original contributors
who were present at the lallei
meeting transferred ths cheques
which they received in saiistae-
tlon uf their culitributiuns, to
this fund; and we now vein in,
lu suggest, nut only   that   all
contributors should parens  a
similar course, hut that all who
have the true interests ol our
eity at heart should coiilribtt
aeeording lo their means lo lh
new fund, donations to whiih,
His Worship the mayor wili
giai.lle acknowledge, Yours etc.
.1. A  IlcNAIB
i in abseiitiuii
R. E, MACNAGHTEN
1'. WESSON.
IVS.- Mr. McNair was unavoidable abseal from the meet*
mg ..( .inly hth, hut authorised
lis i.a ,,,t on Ins behall.
R   E, MACNAGHTEN
IV I.ARSON.
A QUESTION
our
hole
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I-.iliior Express
Sir,   Is English ha) lo In
nearest bathing plan"1
Before tin whole north «
ol Durrani Inlet is taken u_
doiks, warehouses, elevators,
ite, as we ale lold bv the prophets il will he, is it nut   our
dulv as elll/etls lu see ll sonic
steps Cannot hi' taken belore loo
late, to senile lor all tune sulile
purtiun lor tin- above purpose?
We have our parks and grand
boulevard lor fresh air and recreation, bill surely sea bathing
is quite as DCCCSSan and lalua-
ble lo lhc citv and district loi
tin present and lulurc geiieia
lions?     Yours laithlulK,
,1  a,,/aJ     .C    .'lU.N
MINI-S OP CANADA
i'he   report    ..I    the   mines
branch   o|   the   dep.it tun nt    <.!
mines .a ih. dominion govern
ment, bn iiiiii months ending
Decembcl )ist, 1908, has come-
to hand.
The valtu oi the lutal mineral
output 111 Camilla 111 1908 is
computed at sligntl) over J87,"
1100,000,  eelinli 1, somewhat    111
sdvaaci ol thi record foi 1907
The tailing ..ii hi   lhc  market
pllu  nl Iin lal    ee.is a \i I v  sell
ous    'lillle ult V     lol     the    lilt 1.11
milling industries     lu copper,
kilvt I, lead and nickel, at priCI I
obtaining 111 1907, iln- piodue-
tloll ior   I908 would half   been
woith ovei 18,000,000 mon
than 11 .uiu,ill. produced
Tin gold output, lot the lirsl
time in nnu   yeara,  shows sa
increase on I   the pteMotls ecu ,
tu wlm ll  nu reuse,   Yukon   ami
Itntish Columbia were lhe chit 1
contributors,
The estimated production   oi
silver fnr lite duiiniiiuii in 1908,
was 22,070,21] ounces,  all ill -
1 lease ol ol. I  len milli*.|i ..mn
is uvei iln previous year, although, bei ause nl lhe hunt
market price, lhe lolal value
■ lu.eis an nu lease nl onlv about
.|a. pet 11 111 This glial IIUIi as,
111  weight   is a tin but a lile  alt"
giiher 10 Cobalt mining distrii 1
Tin siImi production of Hritish
Columbia    I 11 ' "I  a   small    di
1 res 1 im i',ai     it is worthy
ni i,i,ie iini 11 Cm'nli dlstricl
continues to produce silvai on
an iiKicasinj; scale, Canada will
soon become one of the greatest
silver producing countries in tin-
world. The total silver uutput
iur 19U7 the wurld uver, was approximately 19J million ounces,
ihe duel contributing countries
being, Mexico bj million, Cluted Slates 59 million, Auslralia
1; million, Canada nearly ia
million and Germany 12 nullum
ounces. Canada's output, lor
I908 gives hci' third place 111 lhe
list ol silver producing countries
The statistics ol cupper pru*
dllcllull 111 lyuX, shuw a lolal
ouiput ol 64,361,636 pounds, being an increase ul i.| per cent
OVer l-yc>7. Ol ilus nn lease over
7,uuii,uuu pounds is to bc credit*
id lu llritisli Culuiiibta. 01
ilus tutal production, the cus-
tuins shuw lhat uver 51 unlliuli
puunds were exported,
British Culuiubia likewise pru*
duccd the entire uulput ol lead
which is reported lur Canada lor
1908, namely 45,725,886 pounds
with a tulal value ul >J,920,^7
This is a shrinkage 111 weight ul
about 4 per cent as compared
with icyu;. Of this, 18,454,000
pounds were exported, The total amount paid 011 lead bounties fur llie year was $139,>"m*..,
The production oi nickel is
conlilieU tu the great nickel
mines at Sudbury, Onl., and lo
such nickel values as arc carried
by the Cobalt silver ores, which
il is diflicult lo compute. Tlic
Sudbury -nines produced in 190H
y,57J tons of nickel, soiiu-whal
of a decrease as compared with
1907. The nickel exported during tlic year totalled 19,419.>'9,l
pouuds.
Iron ore to the extent ol 20. ,-
490 tolls was produced during
190H, the value ol which was
{486,857, about tWO-thirds as
much as III  19117.     This ule was
chiefly mined at tin- Michipico*
ten mince and delivered to Midland and llamiltun.
Pig iron amounting lu hiaa,s
lulls, valued at 5*^,111,111 was
produced 111 Canada 111 1908,
Irnin liutli  local and Imported
ores, a slight decrease Irulll the
ainutinl lur the previous year.
The amount ol iron imported
during lhe year was 1,051,445
lolls. The lolal alllulllll ul coke
used in 1908 was 817,746 tolls
anil ol duRoal 1,121,998 bushels. 4^3,065 lulls ul lllllcstaille
weie used as Ilui,.
steel returns shuw a marked
decrease as lomparcd Willi 1907,
the total output ul mguts and
eastings lieing .-V^S,;-'.; tons, valued   at   19,233,602.     The*   lota]
bounty paid un iron anil   steel
during   the  yekr   was   Ji.-i'. .
283.58.
The lolal production ol coal
for 190H was 10,904,466 ions,
valued at (25,567,235, Nova
Scotia stands first with 6,
Shis ions, and liriiish Columbia
second arith 2,329,600 tons.
Sr>5,2s7 Luis oi inke were pro*
lined during the year,
l'i 11 nliiiiii   bills  33 per cenl.
behind the production ior 1
being estimated al .s-'7,m*7 barrels, on winch government boun-
t\ was paid amounting to >•
193.21.
Portland cement made dining
190N b\ 23 operating plaats,was
3i4y5>9hI barrels, au increasi
over 19117 ul uver )u pn unt
Thc average price per barrel a is
J1.39. Thc importations oi
this commodity ior the year .1
mounted tu (57,408 barrels, ai
all ani.ige plice per battel ol
Jl.lh. Thi- duty is I.'1., eillls
pel    lo,,    pounds   allil    a    li.lt I el
weighs 3511 puunds. A grand
total ui 3,022,697 barrels   was
consumed 111  Call,ill,1 illll nig lh,
year.
The asbestos industry    ll  eln
cistern  townships employs 2,
643 ineli, and paid in Wage.* iu
I908  uver  one  million   doll,Us.
The total shipments were y .7,'-'
tuns, valued at 12,373,336,
The  report   fun lur  ...11  1,11
reports nl held WOrk dune bv  llu*
in,uis parties operating ihruugh
iul Canada, a report (rom tlu
loiniuion   assay   olluc at  Vancouver, a repurt ol the Invest.;•
ition ol the iliitrii high litritai •
in Sweden, a report on tin   p."
iisses lor thc reduction ol dm
ores, a report of the lavestigs
linn ul  produce! gas plants   .it
Berlin, Germany, In addition to
nther Instructive   matter  aui
statistics.
ar-Jl
Mr. and Mrs. Dan UcUod ..I
'.th ave eaat, Vancouver, have
joined the local clone ul Camp
.:   a,n the waterfront.  na  tin
scasou,
white CLirr
TIIE GI M OE HOWE SOUND
Greater Vancouver's Ideal
Seaside Resort Has Been
Officially Opened    :   :   :
The artists' brush has failed to produce the scenic grandeur and wealth of color which greets the eye
of the visitor at Horseshoe bay and Fisherman's cove, the two natural harbors tributary to White Cliff-
Vancouver's seaside summer resort.
On Saturday, July 3, Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, accompanied by a large paity of prcmincnt citizens
from Vancouver and Nor.ii Vancouver, formally opened White Cliff*
The lnls in bins bi.iulilul -iiiinnri iisori ale Un**
ollered to llu public at cxccpllotlall) low price'* and
Very ease terms, particulars concerning whiiii .;•„ \
be had al inv office.
1  believe m  iln   lilt Ul i- ul  ttllltc   Cliff,   since   the
property is controlled by people who do things; mes
of standing, men oi lirm determination.
The gigantic selielue embracing While Cliff   p'"
video (or each improvements as to warrant the
statement splendid homelike comforts. The besl
i.ieiiiiies lot transportation i>\ rail ~ watei will
surely follow the carrying oul oi thc preliminar)
plans im th. development ul While Cliff.
It is practical)) impossible 1..1 the pea lo describe lhe main  bealltv  -pails present 111 While I'llll
properly,      NaUue has distributed with a lavish
hand hills ami dells throughout the property.      A
natural lake ia the vicinity ul White Cliff will tare
ish an unlimited supph oi purest water lur donee-
lii purposes.
All ul the regular Hove. Suiind boats will call al
tin-wharves ul Fisherman's Cove or Horseshoe Bay.
Arrangements ure nun bung made a-bereb) s spe
1 i.il White Chii boat will be placed in commission
between Vancouver and both landings ut Fisherman's Cove atl.l llolsishoe Ba) ■
The slum oi the V   I   ,\ \. railwa) has been
completed  past   While  Cliff,   which  Inu   passes
ihruugh Uw centre ol the property, thus giving tin
residents ..i Whiti Cliff most excellent transports
lion facilities l.v rail.
Mr. .luhn Hendry, presideattoi Ihe V  W, I \.,
is one o| lhe du i.e t.tis ..I tin coinpanv which control
White Cliff, li goes williout saving, therefore, that
ilus In.iiiiiiiii suiiiniii resort will receive special at-
it-miou ami excellent uccominodution Irom tins railwav lun
The prices loda) are the opening prices,      Lots
will never be .uiv cheaper,   li you set proinpll) you
.all  sec llll   a   lul   III  White lllll  WltllUI .1   leU   Inl   dl
iln* water's nlge The uuh intervening span- between youi iioiit dooi .md iln water would bc the
in.uilli ilnvivvav and palk .ih.llg the* llolli ol llolsishoe Bay.
RKUKMBER, Till'. .'KICKS ASKED AUK EXCEPTIONALLY L0« AND THK TERMS so EASY
THAT lOUWILL NOT MISS TIIK SMALL AMOUNT 01 MtiNI-A NECESSARY TO TAKI- CAKI-i
01- Till'; l'AYAIKNTS.
A BOOKLET  is IN COURSE 01  PREPARATION   DISPLAYING   THE  MANS m-..\n\   SPOTS IM
Wlllil. t l.ill    ANH EXPLAINING IM DETAIL Till-;  NATURAL  ADVANTAGES  TRIBUTARY   TO
THEPBOPEBTY.     sKNl) IN \mn NAME NOV  H)K A COPY-THB   EDITION 18 UM1TE0
Cull or write for fuller particulars.    I will be pleased to arrange
to take you to see White Cliff any day.
Albert Whyte
2* Imjitrial Blot k, Vancouver, B.C.
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For Sale at f lr»t Cost
The lew remaining lots in block 5], D. L. 550, on 14th, 15th
street and Eidgway avenue, being one block west of (juewisbury
park.
Inside lots S500 to I525 each.    Comers J600 each.
Size oi inside lots 50 by 156 feet each. Corners 60 by 156
Isst each.
These lots are particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared and graded to its full width, and lots of similar size in that vicinity now selling ior $700 to J800 each.
The lots above mentioned sre genuine snaps.
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Intending purchasers ol choice acreage west of Ait Capilano
or ia any other part ul the Uisirict will profit gieatly li* consulting our large and ix'i-isiv-. list belore ncgoluting for purchase elsewhere.
This being the lounti tear of our establishment in business
in North Vancouver we are thoroughly posted as to the various
properties that may be ollered lor sale and their values.
We are the sales agents lor a number ol estates in North
Vancouver city and district and have a very good list oi pro
parties for sale at prices which were prevailing in 1907 and 1908
daring the period of financial depression, and as we axe now apparently on the eve ol a period of great prosperity we consider
ths present time very opportune for investors to make a selection of North Vancouver property belore the greater period nl
activity sets in.
Capilano Acreage and City Lands Wanted
Will situated city lots, blocks and acreage, and well .siiu.it-
ed close in acieage in lhc district, particularly wesl ul ilu- Cap
llano, and withiu oue mile oi lhc watcrirout. Wl have a large
list of clients, and special facilities for negotiating sales velieic
the prices are right. Wc advertise your property without cost
to you ii you give us the sole agency ior a reasonable' period
of time. Our past records demonstrate our successlul methods
in negotiating sales, and we propose greatly extended opera-
tions and a large expenditure along strictly modern lines ol advertising.
We have representatives in several advantageous parts 111
Canada, United States and Great Britain.
It will pay you lo list with us ior quick salu il you have any
property to oiler.
ESTATES  MANAGED
Noa-resident owners of property in North Vancouver who
are unable to give personal supervision to the management of
their estates are requested to correspond with us, being the oldest duly incorporated Company with its headquarters in North
Vancouver, and being financially responsible in every respect,
we can give the Ibest assurances possible that business will be
conducted along lines as accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT
Ws have a good list ol cottages and houses for rent 111 choice
localities is the dty of North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any ol them to intending settlers.
Builders of houses is Norlh Vancouver will do well to look
over our list ol choice lots and blocks suitable for building [imposes.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
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The presenl position of all.nrs
relative lo the Second Narrows
bridge, was the item, ior thc
discussion ol which, a gem ral
llliTting uf the board ol Hade
was held, Wednesday evening
The sicrelarv read a letter from
the city council, requesting   the
board to lake action in the matter.
The ini-iuhcrs of the board expressed   tiun   appreciation   of
Ihis action upon the purl of the
city council, and in a lengthened debate sough I to devisi some
mc ins wherein the board could
lie of assistance in expediting
matters. During lhc discussion
it was reported that the dislriel
council has tin- matter iu hand,
and has already taken definite
■tape to interest neighboring
municipalities and large ftCSfSS>
ty owners, lor the purpose ol
framing up a scheme in which
i.n ii w imlil contribute to provide—with governiniiii assist
ame (or the cosl ul the bridge
Acting in harmony with tins 111
(urination as to tilt- plans of the
districi council, llu- board |>ass
ed a resolution expressing ils
readiness to Ik- ol anv assistance
within ils power, as lollows
"Kcsolvcd that this board ol
trade place itscll 00 record as
being prepared to CO-optfata
with municipal councils or other
public bodies lor the IVpOOl oi
expediting the lormaliuli d a
leasible plan lor si-curing the
construction ol Sei ond Narrows
bridge, at the earliest possible
date."
The board ol trade delegation
on the general commit lee to
draft a harbor bill, reported lhe
first dniit of the bill complete,
and that it would be laid before
the cilv council and the dislriel
niiiiii il by the respective Onega-
lions of those bodies,al the first
meeting of each council Tin-
several salient clauses ul the
drall bill witi enlarged upon bv
A. Philip, who was one ul the
members ol thr board on the
general lonitnitIre. alter whnh
the report was reicived and the
work ol the coiuinittce to the
pnticnt, endorsed.
A. K Steacy was appointed
convenor oi  the entertainment
and inception committal during
the absence oi the chairman, C.
F. Jackson, with lhc request
ihai the committee keep a
bright outlook lor the coning
ol lion. Wm. l'ugsley, in order
to secure from him a visit to
North Vancouver.
! The secretary was instructed
to write the city and the district councils, suggesting the advisability ol the three bodies
working 111 conjunction with respect to Mr. l'ugsley's proposed
visit.
BRYMOUI TKAil. OPBMKD
Thanks in ihe operatioaa ol
the  coinpanv  controlling   tin
Bank of Vancouver group,at I lulu-ad of Seymour creek, tin- nld
Lillooet trail up that stream
has la-en repaired and put in a
passable condition. It is now
possible to gO difcet Irum this
citv lu the head ol the Scv tllolll
un horseback, and lhe result
will la- of great Ixiicht to North
Vancoiiver Both the ule and
dislriel councils have i.iiilrilnil-
ed fin,um,ilie to the improvement made     A ]_ma minibii ,.l
BNapacton an going lata tin
Sevilloin diatrict, and it is expel ted some rich discoveries ol
mineral will be made
ni-STkoviNi; OAMB
Complaints ale belli}; made
lhat laps are ileslriivmg grouse
in the Capilano vallcv in lafgl
numbers, ill m.iliv  eases leaving
the chicks to wander around
alone, either to die of inpOOUtt
or to Im- I prey lor hawks lt
is also staled that both Japs
and Indians arc using ml- ■
the Capilano for capturing fish
interfering greatlv with sport
It is 1.intended thai unless these
practices are stopped, much loss
will result, and the vallcv wi
In- robbed ol one ol its greal al
tuitions.
PRESENTATIONS
ferry steamer Sl. George, was
made the recipient of a gold
Witch and chain by lhe cmplm
ces of the ferry, upon the occasion of his resignation iu take
charge of the new government
dredge, Kruliling. In which he
has been appointed. Captain
Gosse was considered, bolh    bv
ilu- public and by ihe management, a most capable officer as
captain of the Sl. George, and
feelings of regret at the severance ol his connection with tin
I local service, are joined with
icongr.ilulatioiis   iipuii   his   **f>
iK.iiiiiiient   to   the   Important
post which he now occupies.
I    A. S. Ivilllilcrsoli was an outgoing passenger on M0nd.1v, on
his way tO Ids old home in l-'i|j'-
l.in.l, WhitheC ba has been called
through matten conaacted .vith
settling up his father's uitatc,
On his wav cast he will irop
over lor sometime, tO visit relatives  ill  Ohio.      Previous   lo
his departure, lu was nr—nlnl
with 1 handsome shaving c.ibi
ml   in a leather  case   b\    ihe
members of tin- local   lire  brig
iiilc,  ol  ev hull  In   bad  bi'in  the
popular chief lor two or   more
veals The presclll.ill.all was
made by Mavor M.iv      Hi   I'liii
memo m.iv posdhl)  1.1  awav
lor two or three ecus but his
Irieinl.s an Satisfied that tin bn.
ol lhe wesl will pltm llttsistl-
ble 111 the end.
I'erev  Webster stnrtcd ou Sal
unl.iv i-.i .1 holiday Irip lo his
former home 111 Kngland, Those
win. proless to know, intimate
Ihal a result uf the tup will be
Ml another bachelor turned
benedict,
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY*
Facts are its Argument
A la ,n 11 h ol llllll,iiii Inlet was
developed by tbe Canadian Pad
railway, with result 1.1 largi
customs revenue to Canada. The
national government now assists lm,uu i.ilh development ol
lhc remaining greats part ol
the harbor.
The   centre   and   nucleus   of
greater Burrard ia North Van
1ouver Cilv.
iweniy   miles  araterlrootagc
av..liable lor industries, shipping ami railroad bases
I', uv svslein jus! bought up
bv . Ily to hasten clli, lent and
111. leased  setv lie.
Two rutin.,ids to Korth
ciieer authorised l.v Canadi in
parliament.
Canadian Parliament has e..t
ed $200,000, ,ilso >h, p .. pel mil..
bu bridging the Inlet and   	
in.nng North Vancouver with
Vatli'OUVer.
Railroad's bridge plans are
approved by dominion   gov. in
mint, and both loads ha.,  pi 1
mission t.. use saim bridge.
Canadian   I'milli   le'ali|.,.i I    l.s
now negotiating with uiv 1,, ■
fcrryagi ..1 Ita e.ns to North
Vancouver,  also loi   shoreline
base lol   ttalislei   ol  i.il .  ll
tracks oi existing eleiirii      i
way.
The   prospect    is   Ihal    v. .! ah
Vancouvi 1 a ill . *. ape  tin
railroad slagi "i 1 tisti m
that i.n le "pi nm;; "I i]
Inn railwa) will ensure   rapid
in ..I ilu vvhob ill) is in ue
Iiunl) Illni.*. wilal ll was a-
l.otit leeelill yean ap' Vancouvei'.*, brat-rate residcucs lot *
now realist mon than twtnt)
nun uu 11 price twent, years
ago.    Considering thai li
Image, 11 is doubtful win
thu ..ir, propert) is more sine
ol   lull  ratio    ol    lllclcase    III,all
lirsl mi.  1.sidiine ground pi.,
,  1 i'ii.1   ilu   Incline   1
I a
agaia-il ii.pin,.,.
1 In grand bouhv.ml ..1 North
Vancouvi 1 is thi thud aventn a.i
ilu  world and lhc 1 ideal  oi
anv 1 it) "ii tm, continent,    li
is dedicated lo n nd is
protected nu  twantj  yes
im.ms a second Vancouvei   on galnsl   depreciative  structures,
ilu   iiaaiih  shore ol iln harhoi   liven hen whtfi iiu plethora ol
with repetition ol Vancouver's opportunities is the quandary ol
history, perhaps more rapidli investors, lhe grand  boulevard
.I.vilopmetii ..I unin nn     and
poll       JUSI as the lal,lll'l i 11.UK
Pal ilil   lailve.ie  in, .in*, lhe dolib
Ini); ol  populated  1 snad
ih.   bridging ol  Hun.u.l  Inlet
than III the lit ll insl,nm , .,■   tbi
province has nou more popula
iimi loi new . ities to draw Irom
Tin   hisioiv   oi   Vancouvei ■
real  estate  summarised  il   1
a nli in. is that tin as 1   ..I vai
nt) bull s eye ol ii
mini 111 North   \ ancouvei   tbt
in.rn, at which investment .inns,
hueiti}; a 11 t.i nil \  ol oUalit)  and
seeming certaint) ol largi   la
crea 1 in value.
Plana, price lists aad other Information can be had bom tbe
HENRYS'
Garden Tools
Spraving Material  \ North Vancouver Land ir* Improvement Co. Ltd. I ty.
Bee Supplies
Mahon, Mt I <n land f> Malum, I Id., Of j iflfll \«\ri»ls
Captain R. li. Goy-c,  0! the
Fruit .nnl --nuni' iii.il
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I;., ve AUX.ui^lii piiMali.1 and
Coumill..is   i,. rdoi     Da\is'.n
B  *      all  alld   All,ill   ee, 1,   |
ai   ilu*  regular  session  ol   tin'
ihsii ut i..um il, I-i i.l.i. i eeninjj
A deputation *  t'.ij'i
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I).     \\   .1, Irwin, lit   i
and  Ui   I'm pee,     Tin
tion . xplaincd that
ivas ..I tin impression llml
iln district which
-.ent had not had < upi nihil upon
it its ian pro'iorlion ol llu las
is, and that count il Iwuld ad
opt .. u."i. liberal ; il ve nh
iiu fence to road uildmg in
Capilano.     'er.. i i nun ■
CilSSlOll   ii
tailed stati
pared show ing i it n
penditu publii
improvi meni *
This
a
tin ii withdrew.
VV'i I i
read:     1
herd,   advising   thai   ll
wati !«"•
engineer had Ih en ap] oinl
'    veith    the
district with n
pei nve changi s te  ilu  lo
oi iln . il,- walertii
l.eiin vail* ** road.
1".*::',  J. G. Tl
a  road  Irom rnninil
past I,:-
lain * * 1*1 ol woiks
to ...I
From Ralph Suiith. M P
vising thai in * * '.in in
vitation "i council, he will ar-
rangt I ■ accotnpan) Hon, ^ in.
I'ugsle) upon the occasion ol
his approai king i isil lo Sorth
lie. I
Proui Wm   A   Davis   asking
-d.
iur a road to his property, lot
i,, block 57, 1). I,, aoaa, a die-
lance ol (56 leet [rom I,vim vai-
li 1 i.i.iil, and also llial certain
dangerous trees be cut down;
engineer to report.
A petition Irom T, G, Vogel
..ml oilni propert) owners in
1). 1,. -*.'" ,oul m.i, asking lor a
i.iadw.iv. was supplemented b)
.111 ,111.lnss liom Mr. Vogel, ihe
>,bl Lillooet trail inns through
lus propert) and the Vancouvei
pip. Inn road rcai ut ■ it.
Hi. ksoii KclK appeared la pi 1
ion and requi sled permission to
n.iii up signboards along lhc
1 apilano road, lo assist usii
.; linding Ins hotel. Per-
m granted under direction
ol 1 ngineci,
lollowing   plans   oi   sllli-
divi don wen approved:   Lol 5,
block .a. 11. I,. 600; block ia, il.
, lol 1, block C, 1). 1,. 815
portions ol D. I.. 773, 826, J075
and -'".'|. riain ui b.is 1 to *,
block i, 1) I. no.., was relerred
iack to owner to arraage to
widen the toad allowance,
An0mils as lollows were  ordered paid:    Finance committee
18;  s, hools, $253.44; board
■ ai works, M'n i.is; waterworks
$281.67,
The purchase ..1 .1 quarry site
isi ussed, and the ulicr ol
I'   A.  Allan,   aai   three   lots   al
..a.n, was accepted, The
engineei was instructed to proceed i" h.r.i tlie quurrie opened
Engineer   Cameron   reported
that water record notices  had
'.'..li    (...sliil    as    lollows;       Al
Seymour canyon, tor 650 cubit
ini pei second; this is reckoned
I., cover ihe total remaining
summer llow ol tin stream; on
I apilano rivet »*s cubit leel per
second, below the old dam; on
Sister creek, one cubic loot per
second, which is about the total
llow ; ..ii McKay creek, two cubic
I.. 1 per second,
Engineer Cameron submitted
an estimate showing Um pro
liable* lost o| Opening lip Cordon road al S1545. Tenders loi
ihis work wi re read as lollows
Thompson & Stewart, |i650,ex-
tr.i culverts {8 each; t. B, Dav,
S3330, The iirsi tender was accepted subject ia. the total sum
named   Including    ill   culvert
named in Ihi ,!"ns*
Centre   road   local   improvi
FARRO
. il  Coni factor
s 1 111.1       '
ment Inlaw   ve.i*   11 nl lllld i
The clerk  reported
met with difficult) In pi
the consenl ol propert) owm
to widen lhe roadwii
1)      J,      UC)    ill    la.a    la a  I I  "Ila'    i!	
decided not to proceed with
local improvement liylaw tor tin   ,     .Ol'M^lOI lOf hfllC
construction ol llii   i-'"1* until
llll v
1     . a . — I     a.
■
stub consent had Ih hi lined
The highwai
bel.iee     e. a      |i  III
ami  pi   ed    to
at next   mceti
now     im l"i'
items:     'Pa'
I.m road •
Ion road Irom I
I,. 783; il" . *:'
road Irom 1 11
to Keith ro
ing ..I Tayloi roi
governmenl lam
from Keith road to D. I
PYTHIAN .11 BU I
ALEXANDER & MACNAGHTEN
Real Estate Hrokers, Financial and Insurance Agents
WE HAVI:
$50,000  TO  LOAN
l MOKIflACi.
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Semi in'.. >*i->'*v'
121 Lonsdiile Ave.
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FOR   SALE
mi '.1,.. Btreet
... ,    , balance 2 years
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A numb. 1    a,, I'e llii.111
visited Seatl li
|iarl in tin
Order held in thai • it)
the part)  v-1 i.       A    |<   -i>.
C  E l.-ivv son, v.
A. Gibson,  I   Kennedy,   Ah
Voung .nnI wilt   and lb   Hon
son and wife,
Tomorrow (Saturd
prcine eh,nice lloi' ol tlie l'\ thin
Order, II. I1  Brown, ol t h
T. 1 , accompanied l>\  liis w ii
an.l daughtei.   vi:',:
I couver.   It is over .1 decai
since lhe head "I lllc
id the provinci. and tbe Knighi
purpose giving the distinguish!
visitors ■ heart v reci ption. Tli
lodges ol the nisti ii 1 »ill coi
vine in joint s. ssioi
in-;, and will  be addn
Supreme Chanci'.
latter is ,,n oratoi
and his remarks wi
to with greal inti
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1
A great deal of interest   has
icen lnaiiifi-sU'd, in thu repnrt
which lirst became public oa
Monday, to the elk-ct that prospecting lor placer grounds on
Seymour creek, had been quicUy
carried on Ior some time past
by J. L. Marriott, in conjunction with local parties, nnd thai
several claims had been Staked
as a result ol the discovery of
pay dirt. An incipient Klon-
ilyke rush developed at sliort
notice, and the vicinity became
alive with parties eager to secure a location anywhere. The
creek, all the way from the canyon to its mouth, and ltidt-i-d
above the canyon for some distance, is now said to be entirely
taken up by locators. The ex-
citenieut has caused some attention to be paid to Lynn and to
other adjacent creeks, Meantime the parties originally interested in the proposition have
been proceeding with the perfection of their plans, and it is understood that a syudicate has
been formed with a provisional
board of directors, which will
immediately bc incorporated, lt
is reported that machinery will
bc ordered at once,and tliat portions ol it will probably bc on
thc ground this week. Members
of the syndicate estimate that
with proper machinery the
daily yield vvill not Ik- less than
i 150, and il may ol course run
into many times that amount.
J. L- Marriott, manager ol Un
syndicate, is a practical man
who has had extensive experience in placer mining in Australia.
The finding of placer gold on
Seymour creek is by no means ,1
recent event, as it itas been generally known that from tin i.n
Iiest days Uie creek was prospected, aiid that color could
readily be found, but it was Im--
lieved that the gold did not exist in paying quantities Those
who have been quietly looking
up the history of early operations have found reason to arrive at a different conclusion.
They have met with one report
from a source believed lo be
authentic that thirty vears ago
one miner took out 5n:o.i m two
months. Witiiin the incmorv ol
those who resided at .M'.odvvillc
in the early days, operations on
a more or less extensive scale
have been carried on along, the
creek. The primitive method of
panning was discarded, and the
more elaborate method nf sluice
Ixixes was inaugurated, at several places along the creek, but
it was the general opinion that
while fair results were obtained
lor a time, the supply was not
found sufficiently uniform to
lead lu systematic operations uf
an exhaustive nature.
The history of mining, however, is replete with insl.inecs in
which some men have secured
excellent results from ground
which others had discarded,and
it would not Ik- any unusual incurrence should the new mh.1i-
cale Ik- rewarded with liaiids.inie
profits, as a result of persistent
sv sti malic effort, with mndern
appliances.
The preseiiie ..| ,1 quart/ ledge
in tin 1,1111 mi has been in.iltu
of public knowledge for iii.inv
vears, and Irom time lo time
(iinsiiler.ilile ilevelopinelll work
has been |*crlnriiicd on il liv sin
icssive hunt..rs, but without encouraging results. The present
revived inUiest will very probably result in renewed eflnrts
along litis line, and there is ,if
ways the last mating possilulitv
llial a bar extra shots mav re
veal pay ore in large quantities
The copper ore properties at the
head of Seymour creek are of
acknowledged merit and extensive development operations ue
now proceeding under a working
bond which is understood to
reach $000,1x10. The discovery
ot good placer ground and of
edges for profitable lode mining
on the lower reaches of the creek
would prove of immense value
to North Vancouver, and is a
consummation which all property holders will devoutly wish
may be attained.
The death of Aggie George occurred at Sl, Paul's hospital,
Vancouver, on Friday last. The
funeral was held at the local
Indian mission on Monday,Rev.
Father Peytavin officiating
A.J.   HOOD
05   Lunaacliale   Avo,
EXPKKT WATCHMAKER
JEWELLER, KI'C.
WstobH  nml   Clockl  Cleaned   and
li,.paired at iii.iileriili' prices
All work <*,iiinnjl<<.il.
Ildnkin & Harding
DECORATORS   PAINTERS
PAPERHANGERS
GRADERS <* MARBLER6
North Vancouver,   -  B.C.
MM stor« 1** io""**1' lm
Oppaj.il. Sl.ao'l Sr*K«» Slorta
Royal Standard
and Why it is a
Better Flour
Wc use selected wheat Irom
the besl wheat producing regions ul lhe Cui.nli.iu wesl,
where the sunshine is lung,where
the soil is rich, giving lo the
wheal that i-uullty of gluten
which makes the very finest
Hour.    This is factor No. 1.
Scientific milling which follows the wheal slep by slep, selecting only the best ami purcisl
portions ol the wheal gram ami
making it inlo the most perfect
Hour.    This is fat lor No. 2.
Care exercised in storage ainl
marketing, so that ihere is 110
possibility oi deterioration from
tlic time the llour leaves uur
hands until it rcaihcs vou. This
is factor -No. 3.
Now isn't there a reason whv
yuu shunld ask (or Kov.il Sl.m
dard Flour.' And besides in
every 14II) sack there is a uuiii-
IhtciI coupon entitling ,\i.u t.i .1
chance to win BM ol tin beautiful dinner sets given avvav each
month.
All new houses should be piped lor gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later dale.
N. V. LIGHT, HKAT &
POWRB CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancoaver
Transfer
coi is r. I *( KMIS
Pr<**-rl«taar
VAN COWER, II   I
COAL
COAL
<NEW WELLINGTON Coal
dir»ct Imm ih-. nunea.
Plar-> vniir ordera now and
aaruta r...ir wintrr'a ttipplv.
Largeiliipnirnti -till irrn.
in a If* .Liy.. Prior, right.
U*t<- aupplr nl WOOD
alwara on hand    ....
P.    LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No 2.
Cartage. Removal*
I'm reel Delivery,
Btorage
ON       HKASllNAIH.IC     TKRMt*
Ufa-mi MH tm
Telephone 70.       Night Calls 13
Home Made
BREAD
CskM, Fsstrj, Confectionery
Bent Matc-riali
Iliilrliiiiirs ami Main
ill Lonsdale Avenue
N.V. Fish Market
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ih. 1 .111*1   lu   1. nnl.il'
b isrdera	
Finest Rool Gjrden oo m
REDA&ANDRUSS
StCOND Sinn I,
PROPRIETORS
•   -   NURTH   VANCOUVER, B. C
All kin,Is of Fresh Fish di'livHri'd dailv
Smoked Flat 11 .pc.ialty.
I'"iiltry, EmSOd VlfMSDlH,
Our mm i» to please our nut..men a.
togoo'ln uml prices.
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & 8th street
Phone 84
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
GROCERS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
City Auditors
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
North Vsneouvei   lift Hastings St. (downstairs 1
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Uounis 3 and 4 Elks' Ball, Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
516 Pendtr slreet
Delivery Tuesdavs and Fridays
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
KENDALL, SEWELL 4  CO.
Chartered Accountants and
Auditors
Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Seattle, Wash.
DYtING AND CLEANING
Phone 1923       P.O. Drawer 765 Proprietor.     Phone 756.
*    a* ~     rslai    m    anaiai*.   1..       - _-,    U .
The only place in B. C. when-
work is done entirely to customer's satisfaction.
PERTH  STEAM  DYEING   &
CLEANING WORKS. A. Iiiglis
Clul,
B^K
ik fur the above trademark.
life   ..I ipiality. on   your
I.a
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meal fm ils
We manufacture tlie best
Rolled Oats
on tin nniiki I today,
LeafC vour (itdcrs with us fm
MAY, GRAIN
AND   CHOP
Prompt Pelivery
Satislaclmii Guaranteed
Ihe
Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
I imiled.
Lonsdale  Avenue,
at  Ferry   1.aniline.
Jas. Chspnun,   b'csl m»na--er.
rstes s specialty. 562 Sivmom.
-tni.niiLi.io
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hastings Slreet West,
VANCOUVER, B.
IMPLOYMENT AGENCY
unufcamun im\
Loggers,   Railroad    Men,   and
Tradesmen  tarnished   ine   to
Employers.
C. M Powsll street.      Cor.Carrall
Phone 2566
AUCTIONEERS
LAJIC8- MAII-IURESSING
A. 11  BEATTIE
Switch* *. dl Wholesale l'i 11 is
I..1 1,li.* uri'l , H   Urn.* -Iin k la, Ih* r. .ill,
til.   tall an,I 111.i.t, 11 yn, ,,r, in n, ,,a
.,1 ..in*. Ila .inui,il I'ill). anal I pa ic 1
i.-.iii.. ,1 prion S li
lin.ni . II.a.r li, *
- AUCTIONEER -
ttb Hastings streei west
is the only auctioneer who will  tat) '
pay spot cash belore the sale is "'^" "'"'
r   »      W ,al. I K'lllla Ilia I,. |,,„r allll, I, 1,. .,,., I, - .  ,,,,
a   I,  *  tail  'll IC t   II   ll..*  -Il.„l,  -  ., | ,
.ral.   Hair l-tilia*: ud   llnil' i.ii..- ft) ,*
t-ri'inii .iru.i    *'fltu|nr*tnf Hair tin-aa-
inn.    t.alilt nrlii^,   an,1   **.„,     a,...
I'.I,rlrnl.im. i..r in.* nmnai *,l -ii|*,*rlln ,
conducted
BARIIIbltH-j
PROF. GEO, COWAN, Expert
leather ol Violin, Mandolin,
Uanju, Autoharp, Zitiui, will
give twenty private lessons
lor *•;. Further lnloriuaiion
al Cowaa's up-lo-dale Musk
Store, 60S Westminster ave.
Those 41.3
M. •. WA1TT & CO., LTD.
558 Grasville Street
Planus       Talking  Mat limes —
Music Goods
The oliKst niusu house iu B. C.
Mt-L tvSTATE
Keep ) uur e) 1 on
LAM    \ANCUUVKR
HEIGHTS	
For paiiicuUis apply to
MORDI-.N A THORNTON
rn..i.e Hj      440 Homer buret
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barrister, Solicitor, .Notary
Public. Member ol the bars
of British Columbia and Uur
bee. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastisgs st. wesl.
Vancouver, B.C.    Phose 416b
.rn. nair, ».tri>. swaaa, .ii„i i.r.,i»*u v. bsi
THE ALEXANDRA
J** Granville Sl.
Phone li«...
UlMIOIAN*-.
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
W. LAWRENCE SMH 11
Graduate Opiuiau
All work guaranteed
Cuiisuliaiii.ii Iree
lUlhMllil UUilfdUlW A.
McnMi torpuraiiuu Liu
440 bc)Uiuui blleel
REAL lib 1 AIE
Barristers, Solicitors, ett.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building, '*i Hastisgs street wesl
615 Pender Street
Phone 99b
S. D. SchulU        C. S. Arnold
BAIMb
Phone 37
Artistic De--.pi- Sound Workmanship
Moderste Pricet
LAW A KNOWLES
Al«HITK<TS   AMI   BUILDMM
P 0 Box 2(1
Wa Can Deatgn and Wc Can Build
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FOR    SALE
Two 1 acre blocks in Lynn Valley $220 aaeh.    Half ca-li, btllBOl $10 p« m.nitl
Block 42, I). L KM nt 1100 1'clow innrki-t rtlttfl
Martinson & Co.
Wenl    BeltatC   ninl
[nnurancc Brokers
Kdllethes Bath
Corner Homer snd P.mln Sts.
Opp. Camcraphone iht.itic
rriyrourl->*-MaMa
LAND AND MORTGAGE
UiVWlMiiMTb
R8TATK8 MANAGED
URE l.SblKA.av.1,
R. Km llouigatc - - - Managei
ntal AUI*l*r-ia
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Co-
liiinlila-
We cure where others fsil
Satislaetion guaranteed or so
pay. Plain baths, flume baths,
shower haths, massar;a lor bo-
dv, Kslp and face; electro ther
apsetk baths a spec!,.Ity.
JOS. KAI.LETHR, PROP.,
Graduate ol Berlin, Germasy
MAR 1 EL'S  S'R'DlO
- PHOTOGRAPlil-.KO -
IU Hastings btreet tttsi,
\ AM. 01 \i-.k, n. C.
Thc Iiest equipped sludio oil llu
coasl. l'lione iiif,
a   All Nurth  Vancouver   people
eat al
LEUAAKD'IS
1.lliul 1'Wta, HlOCk 01 llasl-
iiigs sinii, opposite llie new
Pusl Olliec.      Leouaid aells hia
1MPI-.KIAI,    l'll(ill)   Ml DID  w_ „} uic puuud.
austmas cottects
SPROTT-SH^W
Business Institute
JJtS Hastings Si   W.
Canada a OreaUal Waalarn ScSeel
R   J. Jlprott, B.A., -- Maaager
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S-ypre llie Hiuhrst Paid Puvilinns
Pitmas's Bnaineai College,
Iff. *J4 6jb Sivmonr Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
P.nnil) r.ioup Specialists 1-ie.Aint.i
C.ibinil si/,, f) par do/Hi       v.AMI'.RArllO.M.   1111.
  Mia.lulilt.al   -Optla,    \*utlivllu
Cm. Carrall .nnl Cordova aud Duma
I'logUlii thaligtil STsrj Musda)
A. BAVARD, Pi.'pn.1..1
PICTUHt FHAMINI.
Ui) seal iu llie house 10c.
j.-v HsttHf* .-ilitcl IVesl,
l.V.Sv-uLVER, B. U
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest sink oi
mouldings in B.C.to select I1..111
so when you want Iteming dom
cheap and well get our pi lus.
BAILEY BROS CO. LTD.,
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
READY MAOE HOUSE.!.
THE STANDARD H0U8B
BUILDING & CONTRACTING
COMPANY LOOTS)
688 Carrall Street
lhe H  C. Mills
Tiiiil.n .md Ti.iding Co 'a
Pateiittd Set tioii.il Buildings.
WATCMMAKtH*.
l-.iigiish  pi ..anal  watchmakei;
hslabliahcd iMtty
Bpedattj, rsfairia|
VOOOHQQA 1.,
ua Carrall Slreet
vor WANT .1011 PRINTING
ASK THE MINI II VANCOl
vi K  RXPR1 B8 tot THRU
INDKPKNDEN1 PRICES THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
ROSSI.AM)
Morris Marks arrived ii
tlllS IV.'ik ll.alll llll
grounds on Ingi uica rivei
states that the Ingi nica cl liius
will make an output laia   11 n:
III    ll'.lll   > |..,Ol...    I"    S „a,
\ValIk      a.11       tht       II*'1 llll r.lllll     '
.   lias
ir in conjunction with II. V Rich,
' , .ni building ,i large treight boat
1 [oi ihe lower Fraser, The boat
»™ will be named Grange] aad will
register 160 ions. Mie is now
under construction at Victoria,
SlOCk      tO     Ull'     a lllll 'lllll     Ol     Sl2,"
*•'*' has been subscribed in the
placer company ol local owners being
li * lormed to build a new boat lor
ihe up iivei mii.    Plans lor the
hull have been prepared,   and
building will begin when anoth
o has been subscribed,
VICTORIA
resulted in thi «;*i.nuy ol
i (rom two feci tu   iui leet,     Tin   preservation   ol   Dallas
■a   *-\' pei ■ hi road iii'in ilie encroachments ol
is    tile    UlOSt    IllipOlUUl lhe   '..i.   1*- 111^.1^111);   llu-   .llllll
strike ever made in this  ■ tion ol iin-uiv council,   lingin-
,: . ,   in. chiel iiiiiiiii^; iV.;.'   . ,,i   Lawrence   h.is   devised  .1
iln uitk 111 ilu ka.ii'ain.iv ■* si Iii uu lot iln purpose, whnh is
.     "lm   McMillan,   lonncrh estimated to cost 133,290,
, Orwell hotel in tin-* citv.
w.is married in North Vancuuver "ii Ui'iIiumI.i) .    In .a'
ia. ,1 nun.1 about lus wed
Mr, McMillan lorgot to gi
II,une oi   the  i.liilt,   but,    as    il
iin   Victoria   and    Bardav
Sound railwa} no* havi .1 pai
I*, ol surveyors in ihe Held, under  the direction  oi  Clarence
Tl..,ud.    li is 1 ipected thai be
(on ihe imi oi tin- summer  an
DAIN1Y HOT WEAIHER MUSLINS AND
WASH GOODS
In all weights and qualities, including cross-bar, stripe
.nul dolled muslins, white* and colored drills, light stripe
.links, drills, India linens, lawns, organdies, etc., etc., etc.
While dolled Swiss, large and small dol, per yard  15c
Extra imi' dotted Swiss   <jc
Cream and white laacy muslins      20c
Extra line quality fancy muslins, all designs, in cream and
whut, regular 40c, or 30c
Light stupe (links   ljc
Besl quality  English drills, white aad colon   25^
Best English prints, guaranteed laat colon, regularly sold
loi   IJC, our price         12,;*'
Ginghams and Shambrays, . ll eolora me and ljc
tndis linens, Victoria lawn*,,  Persian lawns, organdies,   u'-a
is.  .'an and   IJC
Remember we are agents Ior Singer and Wheeler i Wilson sew mj; iiu. hines n.ii acceaaoriee,
Cleared  Lots
Id Block 33A. D.L. 530
was changed un ttedni ■!,. * announcement will be made with
McMillan, Malcolm ividciulv relerence to iln commencement
thought that the sending ul hu  oi construction
former Dan * woim thi
while.
M'.tt   WESTMINSTER
The city muni il will Intro-
duct a l.vlavv in ailler >*,,.,mm
lor the system ol the Esquimalt
waterworks company,    Should
Orangemen to the numla-i ... ihis offer be refused arbitration
[ruin i""" to 5000 arc expected proceedings will be inaugurated
I., i.e in .liuiniaii,1 Irom all s« in order to expropriate the sys-
lions oi ilu lower coast, at llu tem in accordance with the le*
i.-ih Jul* celebration here, m gislation obtained lasl session
Honda) next. The dominion government has
Columbia avcnui is lu la laid been introducing the fry ol At
with   llassaiii    pavement    and lantii salmon ami eastern trout
wun mu. 1. '.a   i.i.vi.uks .'iii  hi nnu  Vancouver island waters,
.sides.    Tin* i0t.1l ...si  wni  ,a.   Hu eggs wen brought in.ni the
$105,250, oi which tin B. •'. El, e.isi ami hatched in the Hon A.
Ry,  Co,   pays   * *  its cord hatchery,    The Iry   have
sh,in. just been liberated in Campbell
Chilliwack council has pj il river, Nanaimo lakes, Cowichan
a l.vlavv io ih. iiiui that cvi-p river and lake, and Shawnigun
barroom  nnisi  have a »indc>«  lake.
fronting directly on  the  slreet     Th, ,,u assessment roll thii
and thai during iln prohibited year shows an incream ul r- ui
hours all blinds, etc., musl   bi  s,, , ver last vear.   S'ut-
removed, withstanding ilns .act, the rate
A workman, named Ail Ii loi last yeai il levied '.liis year,
Christopher, a Bulgarian em would have ,1 deficit nl aboui
ployed "ii the Lulu island bridgi jttyy-oo, because ol nui, red t\
lost his ii.,i.unt while wheeling penditures required to keep pace
a barrow lull ..1 sand ir.nn a wilh the growth ol lhe ih<
scow, falling into "0 leel ol wi The rati this year will DOl
ui, and w.is drowned. 1. is than 26 mills gross,and wi'J
K . companj   probablj be r, mills.
.1. J. McALEECE
BITH BLOCK LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
These lots are all on graded streets. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park nnil grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $200
um uitns
S.GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVEI SPECIALIST
103 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
i' 0. box ■sm.
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
HURR4KD S\SH Ai D00K FACTORY, foot of St. George
\\t> taliell .1 trial bid nn ...ur llrderssrasll ..r Isms
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FINE FLAVORED
RIPE FRUIT
FRESH FROM THE VINES
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HENRY T. C. EYES
PERCY KIM".
I1ENRY EVES ir CO.
Thc GENUINE North Vancoaver Specialists
Who Carries Your Insurance?
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Insurance is one of the most important departments of our business.
We can write up Insurance for
EIRE,  LIEE, PLATE GLASS,   LIVE SIOCK,  ETC.
IIKI-. INSI RANI I-. IS AN I'ATRKMI'.LY IMPORTANT  MATTER      TIIE COST IS Sli
vl \ i.i.  in\i  Mi ii\l*. I \\   AFFORD  TO RUM  Till-',  RIBX OF  LOSING AI.L IN A
FIRE      WE SHALL BE VERt PLEASED TO QUOTE VOU A RATE.
wi-, REPRESENT THB
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., of London, England
W'lni'li Iiii- .1 Capital nml Kim Fund totalling$40,000,000
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HERE'S A SNAP
21-2 Acres
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