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VOLUME IV.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY, JULY 12.1907.
NUMBER  21
The district council met on Friday evening last, in the council
chambers, on the Esplanade.
Reeve May presided, and all the
councillors were present.
In response to a request from
Mrs. Woodburii and others, the
hoard of works were directed to
have Frederick road opened up
through to the Pipe Line road.
A subdivision plan, submitted
by the Western Corporation, for
district lot (115, was laid over for
further inquiry,
Tenders for grading and ditching Robson road were opened, and
it was resolved to accept Messrs.
Askew & Kennedy's tender to do
the work for J375.
Several sub-division plans were
disposed of, and authority was
given to pay monthly accounts and
wages bills,
The revenue by-law for the year
was submitted and considered. It
was laid over lor revision, and it
was resdl'ved to fix a single rate of
taxation at i# per cent, on the
land values.
A temporary loan by-law; to
authorize borrowing thc sum ol
$3,000 was passed.
The matter of arrangement for
conducting the police court work
in the district was considered, and
it was resolved that Mr. Philip be
appointed police magistrate, and
that application be made to the
provincial government for a commission for his authority.
The council met again on Tuesday  evening,  when  Mr.   Donald
. Cameron, engineer, was present.
Alter conference willl Mr. Cameron
the ccuncil resolved to appoint
^haiii municipal engineer lor the
dislriel, and to give liim charge of
all toad work to be carried on.
Mr. Cameron, who has had long
experience in municipal engineer-
I ing in  England, accepted lhe ap-
! pointment, end will at once lake
1 ollice and bring his family lo stay
iin lhc district.
The revenue by law lor the year
Kas adjusted and passed,  lixiug
the annual rate ol fifteen mills on
(the dollar.
After the work ol the council
[was finished ihey met as a school
[board and considered lhe applications received lor thc position ol
■ teacher In l.ynn Valley.   They re
(solved to appoint Mr. A. Buckley,
IM. A , I" be teacher ol Ihe school.
(Mr. Buckley, who has just come
1 to the province and is highly
I recommended, is lo make his
f abode in tlie Hey with his family.
The hope is now entertained
[that with lhe largo number ol new
i scliolors available- in the dislriel,
in the near future lo gel the gov-
I eminent pint lor the erection ol a
[new school building to meet the
Igrowing requirement! ol the dis
[trict. Already, through Ihe gen-
Icrosityol Mr. Froiiiine, a suitable
(school site has been vetted in the
[corporation.
Col. R,  T. Lowry, in the last
\Sittitrdat Sunset,   has this to say
I about  our  celebration:   "North
I Vancouver was  nearly like  New
Kork last Monday, and the strain
ton  the  liny system was almost
liiinlnl.   Thousands wished that
[the two cities were connected by
a  bridge or a tunnel  under Ihe
inlet.   The  day will  come when
■cither a bridge or tunnel will link
[the Iwo Vancouvets together in a
lasting embrace."
G. Wi   Stewcrt,  Seattle,   was
Ihere to-day.
Orangemen Aroused
A large number of local Orangemen attended the big mass meeting at Vancouver last night.
Thoroughly indignant over the
published report that the mayor ol
Buckingham, Que., has refused to
allow the orangenien ol that town
to celebrate July 12th, the Vancouver orange lodge ordered the
following message to be sent to
the orange lodge at Buckingham :
" John Carleton, District Master,
Ottawa:
" Vancouver orangenien aroused
over Buckingham outrage. Count
on us in any emergency. Men
and money at your order. No surrender forever.
W. H. Dunsmore,
County Master."
The members of the local lodge
went over to New Westminster
this morning, where the annual
celebration in comnimoratioii ol the
Battle of the Boyne takes place
Twenty-eight lodges will be represented.
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New Engineer
Mr. Donald Cameron, who was
appointed to the position of engineer for the district of North
Vancouver on Monday night, assumes his duties with the utmost
confidence ol the reeve and councillors. His credentials are ol the
besl, be having served the Exeter
city council of England lor a
quarter ol a century as city surveyor and engineer. On resigning
his position there in September.
ii)02, the mayor, in a very eulogistic speecli, emphasing his sterling worth, stated that that city was
losing an able public servant—one
who bad done his duty faithfully
and well—and one who had done
honor to the city. Mr. Cameron
and his family are at present camping near Lonsdale gardens. They
will, however, take up their permanent residence here. We congratulate the district in obaining
the services of so able a man.
A Concert
The Pierrot Concert Company,
musical entertainers, will be at
Larson's pavilion 011 Wednesday
night, July 171I1. The company
comes well recommended, The
Pierrots give an entertainment thai
is lar above the average and just
the thing to charm away a hot summer evening. Their program con*
sisls ol banjo selections, comic
songs, violin and solos, and recitations. The comic songs by Will
FrBSerare I specially. Jack Eraser
is a tenor with a splendid voice
and an agreeable manner on the
platform. His songs "Whisper
and I shall Hear," and " K
lamey," are also good. The piano
selections by Charlie, lhe last ol
this talented family, are of a high
order. A monologue " A Welsh
Political Meeting," by Tom Brad
stock, completes the program.
J. B. Bennett, ol Cumberland,
B. C, is registered at thc Hotel
North Vancouver.
Malcolm McDonald, aged 27,
was committed to the hospital for
the insane at New Westminster mi
Tuesday. Ile had recently arrived
from Calgary, and came to North
Vancouver. His parlicn'ar mania
was lhat the stonemasons' union
were trying lo electrocute hit 1 by
charged wires, which were supposed lo he fastened about his
throat.
Little Hasty Messenger boy,
No. 6, Frank Miller by name, was
run over and killed by ihe inter-
urban car New Westminster at
7.30 o'clock Monday night, while
he was attempting to cross the
track on Hastings slreet, between
Abbot aud Cambie streets, near to
Abbot. The boy was thirteen
years old, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Miller, of this city, who had been
employed by the Hasty Messenger
Service Company more than six
months, and was credited with being the best boy in the employ of
the firm.
He had just delivered a message
to Granville street and was starting
out to carry another message to
the eastern part of the city when
the accident occurred. The street
was crowded at the time, and
hundreds crowded around the spot
immediately after.
Mr. H. D. Hyndman, who was
an eye witness to the accident,
tells the story in the following
words:
" I had gone to the lront door
of my establishment to hear a
band which was marching down
the street. A car was coming
from the east of Hastings street,
and was going in the same direction as the band, which was marching. I noticed the boy following
behind the band on a bicycle, and
waiting lor the eastbound car to
pass, presumably that he might
get a clear track and push on to
his destination, From my posi
tion 1 could see the car West
minster, which was a special, ap
proaching Irom the west. That
the niotormen ol both cars were
ringing llieir bells 1 am positive,
and so remarked to a young man
who stood close to me. And while
it is a fad that the bells were ring
ing, it is also a fact that they could
not be heard, for the band was
playing loudly. The only evidence
1 know ol thai the bells were ring'
ing is that I saw both niotormen
stamping llieir feet, indicative of
ringing their gongs.
"The boy was directly behind
the band, being llanked on the
right by the Robson car. One ol
tho trombone players ol the band
was walking so close to lhe car,
which was going quite slowly, that
the side scraped bis horn. Finally,
when the car got past the messenger boy Steered his wheel In th
right, and at this juncture lhe
accident occurred.
" For some reason or olher the
boy looked hack just ns be was
aboui to turn, The next thing the
car going west was upon him.
the wheel was thrown up in the
air only a short way, came down
and was crushed beneath Ihe
wheels. The hoy was knocked
from lhe bicycle and rolled directly
Underneath the front series of
wheels.
" Ne sooner had the motoiniaii
seen the mishap than he made a
frantic attempt to stop the car,
which he did in a distance of less
than ten feel.
"On seeing the occurrance, I
rushed to the immediate scene,
where 1 lound that it required boll:
Iheellorlsol myself and another
man to hold the motoriiian, who
had lost control ol himself and
was terror stricken."
The hoy's head and the upper
pari of his chest were completely
severed from bis body, the whole
corpse being terribly mangled,
having been dragged lor the
distance in which the stopping ol
thc car was required.
The blow of young Miller's death
comes as a particularly sad one at
this time, as the family, which is
in moderate circumstances, and
who live in Nortli Vancouver, is
burdened with sickness. On this
account, little Frank has been
staying with his grandmother.
At the Hasty Messenger Company's office, words of highest
praise for the littlu fellow were
spoken. He had lor his companion a small white dog, but on
this last and fatal trip Frank left
the dog in ihe messenger office,
and no amount of persuasion could
coax him away. As the dog lay
waiting in the office that night, he
was called, but would not respond
as bis custom has always been to
wait for Frank.
While Ihe concensus of opinion
is that the boy met his death at
his own instance, it was also stated
that the accident would not have
occurred had the motor car been
supplied with an impioved fender
instead of the old fashioned cow
catcher equipment. All of the
interurban cars running out of
Vancouver to Steveston, New
Westminster and other points are
of the type which ran over young
Miller, and it is said that some
extra precaution should be taken
for use while within the city limits.
The remains ol the boy were
taken to Centre & Hanna's undertaking rooms on Tuesday, where
an inquest was held.
The funeral, which took place
yesterday afternoon, from the
parlors of Centre & Manna, was
largely attended. Rev. Mr. Gillam, ot St. Andrew's church,
officiating. The pall bearers
were: J. Nevin, D. Sanler, T.
Rigg, A. Dener, R. Frizzell, R.
Garret. ■
Among those who sent flowers
were: Wreaths, B. C. Electric
Railway Company and employees,
A. W. Jarvis, Hasty Messenger
Seivice, Mr. and Mrs. Deal, one
aunt and uncle and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford ; sprays, Master
Mcliaye, Mr. and Mrs. Grosse,
Jack Niven, Mr. P. Lindsay and
others, small sprays. Cross Irom
relatives; crosses, J. A. Fillier,
Miller family; Mrs. A. C. Whitely,
wreath ; Mrs. J. A. Alexander,
plant
School Entertainment
A hreaking-up entertaiment was
held in the Lynn Valley school
house on Friday, June 2ijth. The
room was prettily decorated with
flags, hunting and evergreens. A
well-arranged programme ol music,
songs and recitations was rendered
by the school children, who received liberal applause from the
large audience.
The children taking part were :
Misses Katy, Madeline, Clara and
Fanny Maggius, Master Allen,
Miss Laura Graham, Miss Haylcr,
Master McDonald and Miss
Gamble,
Tin- children reflect great credit
on llieir teacher, Miss Rolslon;
and showed unmistakable signs ol
careful training.    '
Tin- ladies in lhe intermission
served refreshments, and once
again demonstrated to the many
visitors that Lynn Valley hospitality cannot be duplicated.
Combined with the vacation
Celebration was a farewell to the
teacher, Miss Pulsion. Miss
Pulsion has won llie hearts ol the
children and esteem ol the whole
community, and takes with her the
good wishes ol all.
The gathering was brought to a
close hy the audience rising to
their leet, forming the circle ol
concord, and singing "Auld Lang
Syne," which rang out on the
still nisht air, resounding among
the distant hills and canyons ol
the peacslul Lynn.
Mrs. McBain Passes Away
■ The Peterborough Examiner, ol
July the 4th, contained the lollowing :
"The hand ol death removed,
this morning, one ol the most
patient and upright characters of
the city in the person ol Mrs.
Wm. McBain, for over 30 years a
highly respected Christian resident
of Peterborough. The deceased
had had a lengthy life, in which
she performed her duties to the
general good ol those with whom
she came in contact, and her death
removes a sterling character who
has left lasting impressions for
good behind her. Her death
occurred at 9 o'clock lliis morning,
at the ripe old age ol 82 years, at
her late residence, on the corner
of King and Stewart streets. She
had been on the decline for some
time, but it was only during the
past three weeks that her illness
became acute, and this morning,
when she passed peacefully away,
her surving family, two sons and a
daughter, were present at her bedside.
"The maiden name of the deceased was Margaret Clark. She
was born in Port Hope and lived
in Springville for a number of
years, where her memory is still
cherished by those who knew her.
She was married to the late Wm.
McBain about 60 years ago, and
lived in Peterborough about 34
years. Her husband predeceased
her 21 years. The surviving sons
are Mr. J. J. McBain, of Peterborough and Mr. G. A. McBain,
ol North Vancouver, B. C, whe
at present is in the city. One
daughter, Mrs. Donald Menzies,
with whom she had recently lived,
also survives. A sister, Mrs.
Moncrief, resides in Otonabce, and
a brother, Mr. Win. Clark, in the
city.
"The late Mrs. McBain was an
interested and faitlilnl member oi
St. Andrew's Presbyterian church.
She was most patient in her recent
suffering, and never complained ol
her illness, even to her own family
and relatives.
"The funeral, which wis private,
took place on Saturday aiteruoon,
at 2 o'clock, to Little Lake cemetery, Rev. J. G, Potter, ol Sl.
Andrew's church, officiating."
Church Notice
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
SIXTH STREET.
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by the pastor.
Sunday school, 2:30 p. 111.
Service at Moodyville school at
7:30 p. in.
Prayer meeting nu Thursday at
H o'clock.
All are welcome,
Pastor: Rev. J. D. Gillam, M.A.
Rev. B. II. Baldcrston will
preach in the Orange hall, on Sunday  evening,   at   7:30.
Sunday school and bible class,
11 p. m. ; class meeting 10 a.  m,
The London, Eng., Mernin/;
Past, ol June 20th, contains the
following announcement: "A marriage has been arranged, and will
take place at Worcester nn the 3rd
ol September, between Captain
Hugh St. George Hamersley,
Royal Artillery, eldest son ol Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred St. George Ham*
ersley, ol Kingslords, Dnnslord,
Surrey, and North Vancouver, B.
C, and Marguerite Eveline (Eva),
eldest daughter ol Dr. and Mrs.
Sutton, Cwm Home, Worcester."
Norlh Vancouver certainly has
been blessed with queen's weather
so far this season. The clearness
of the atmosphere reminds one of
the famous Italian skies.
There are more campers this
season on the wtterfront in this
city than ever recorded belore,
North Vancouver is a summer resort par excellence.
A meeting lor the organization of
a football team will be held in the
athletic hall on Tuesday evening
next, July 16, at 8.30 p. m. All
those iutercsted in football are
earnestly requested to attend.
North Vancouver boasts of the
finest bathing beaches on the coast
both at Lonsdale gardens and
Larson's waterfront.
A lawn tennis court will shortly
be made by a local club near the
waterfront, west of Hotel Norlh
Vancouver.
It is indeed most interesting to
note the arrival and departure of
the large number of tailing and
motor boats in this port. There
is hardly a minutt during the day
in which they cannot be noticid.
The city council held a meeting
in camera last Monday night, when
it was decided to let Ihe district
municipality have water at the
flat rate of ten cents per 100 cubic
leet by meter.
L. Reda, of the Palace Hotel,
went down to Victoria by yesterday's lerry.
Tin, is an era ol building activity
in the Ambitious City. On Lonsdale avenue there are in course of
construction three magnificent
business blocks, and Mr. Larson
will also pul up a large building
on First street, east of Rogers
avenue.
Lady bountiful has been mosl
prolific ibis season in the production of fruit, particularly so in the
matter of cherries and berries.
The great amount ol these fruits
being brought inlo market by the
ailii'iiginie*. at once testifies to the
fruit-growing capabilities ol this
section ol British Columbia.
Several ol our towns people expected that the decorations ol
Dominion Day would have been
lelt up over lasl Sunday. But
they were not, and this speaks
volumes (or the work ol the
decoration committee, who put
them up as if by magic and took
them down just as quickjy, A. R.
Steacy makes similar statements
J A. McMillan, the pioneer
groier and postmaster, is mot*
than surprised at the marveloiil
growth ol his biitinesi ol late,
lie accounts lor Ihis by the largt
number ol new arrivals who are
taking up their permanent resi*
dance in the new city.
Miss May Miller, Tacoma, is
camping with Iriends, east of
Lonsdale gardens.
ll has been suggested that a
branch ol the Humane Society be
instituted here. The cruelty of
driven nl heavy loads drawn by
teams and coming across on the
(erry from Vancouver these days
,m ,i disgrace to civilization when
they endaavor to uige the poor
beasts to pull more than they are
able up the hill on Lonsdale avenue Irom the wharl..
The campers near Hotel Norlh
Vancouver held a successful social
hop in Larson's pavilion on Wednesday night. TIIE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R C.
THE EXPRESS,
North Vancouver, B. C.
A Weekly Newspapet   Published by
THE EXPRESS PRINTING CO.
Subscription, $i a year.
.45 TO ORDER.
It is pleasing to note lhat tin
mayor of the rustling lung across
the inlet has laken a leaf oul
ol Mayor Kcaly's book, and host
told the aldermen "I Vancouvei
tint a Niagara ol words is not
conducive to ilu- progress nl
city business into anything except a maelstrom ol controversy,
lt appears that at a meeting "I
the suburban solons ol Vancou
ver, on Monday evening, the
chief Magistrate dug up Irom
the musty, worm eaten archives
a book called " Procedure Bylaw," and read ihcrelrom a
clause lhat aldermen must not
talk more than once lo n question, and then not more than
two minutes. Tin-re was quiet
for a time, but when the worthy
gentlemen went into informal
session with three license commissioners a few minutes lalei
they talked like bargees, and
tried lo pound in the tups of
their desks, Mayor Bethune la.a
made one good step, but, like
Mayor Kealy, ho sliould go a
step lurther and insist thai meetings (urinal or informal must be
conducted like gatherings ol
gentlemen, even if held in Vancouver, ln Norlh Vancouvei Ibe
chiel magistrate is, lo use an
oxymoron, sufficiently pro. i
ly archaic to insist on the observance ol
ancients that
bo ■ conducted
order."
the law nl the
"all things Bhall
decently   and   in
Sund.iy Baseball
l.t-
-.Yesterday morning's  Nc:,
verti-.er prints the lollowing!
"II the plans ol lhe management ol lhe Vancouver Baseball
Club mature, the home
scheduled lor Sunday will be
played ,it Ninth Vancouvei Up
to thc present time all "I the Vancouver club's Sunday games have
been postponed on account ol tin-
inability ol the management to ar*
range for grounds in lhc neighboring cities.
" Yesterday thc management ol
the local team interviewed llu
gentleman who has charge of the
athletic grounds al North Vancouver, and unless thc um spi 11< d
ha] pens, or tl thoi
in, ball gal i I e in full swing
on Sundays in the Ambitio .   I il
across the inlei.   It ig proposed to
pis on Sund,iv, July
i8tl tisl   : :   trra   i ments
can be ma le wilh tin  park man-
ngeiii'
Considerable favorable comment
has been heard on all sides regarding the splendid programme produced by tho liauil ul New Westminster, under the leadership bl
John W, li'iislitiui, mi Dominion
Day. The band certainly deserve s
the ih.inks ill tlm citizens "I North
Vancouvei lor n ndcring same, It
is iii be hoped that ere long they
will return again say somo Sunday, This fine aggregation "I
musical talent would be appreciated
in any city on the continent, Tin
Express regrets exceedingly lor
the mislaying ol copy which sboul'
have appeared in our last issm
regarding the much appreciated
services ol nur guests from the
Royal City.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baynes anil
family spent y( stcrday afternoon
with friends in camp,
The Indians at the Mission are
leaving Ior the canneries in large
numbers this week.
The courts ol the North Vancouver Tennis Club (situated on
Fifteenth street), will be opened
tomorrow afternoon. All those
inti ri i"l will turn up, especially
all lhe committee, as a meeting
will bo held.
A very pleasant birthday party
was held Inst evening al the resi-
dence ol Mr. Dan Amskold, city
road superintendent, in whose
honur it was given. Music
and    dam ing    were    indulged
iii, and alter partaking of refresh-
ments, the happy (unction broke
up al a late hour.   There wa- a
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Sun 1 a".   Iti 1   on, All Blai ks vs,
Eagles,   Time ol 1 ommenccmenl
5:30 p. in.
J. (j. Stcai... arclin I nn 1 I ant,
ol Crystal City, and brothel to A.
H., the popular grocer and ' li" 1
riistcc ol this place, will lake up
his residence here shortly, He is
highly pleased with the (ity.
Kilroy & Morgan, I'l Van
have started building a block   I
■ north ■ f iln  Bi
I lah     'inie.
The adults and children ol Si.
Paul's church ol Vancouver, and
Holy Trinity and Methodist
1 Iiiiii lies ol Pairvicw picnicked
ai Lonsdale gardctft on Wednra
day.  The outing wasa big bucccss.
A valuable English seller dog
was lound by thc Indians a ta w
dais ago, lie is large ami intel
ligcnt, and is now in thc hands ol
thc police,  wlm await an owner.
A marvelous 1 scapcal tin 1 imp,
near lhe Sisters creek, beyond thc
new intake ol lhe city waterworks
on lhe Capilano, occurred on
riittrsday, while the thunder storm
was on. Tin-wind blew unusually
!< 11 lhc, and the trees fell in all
d.lections. Ten Japs were in their
a imp, when a monster came down
.un! abolished the building, hurting no one.    Also two huge firs
Ml across ther 1 whena team iti 1
ist passed and WS   50 yards
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Found. A fountain pen. Applv llll", I fill ' .
For Sail 1.   Two ■ I 'lining
1  ; ■     I'me,   ,< nd   ■170,
Apply to P.. II. lialdi rston, care
ol J. Dovii ■ . S(' ond slreet \Y., or
lo A. ll. lialdi rston, 1389, Sixth
avci  Fairvii w,
Found—A tame magpie. Owner
can have same by applying to W.
L Keene, Fifteenth street.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PUR-
l* SUANT In Section 20, of lhe
"Land Act Amendment Act, 1007,"
liv the undersigned, which is the holder
ni a S|n'riul Timber license, Unit the
undersigned intends, thirty days nfter
BorviciuuidllrBt publication of 111 is iiolii-o,
in apply tn lliii Ohluf Commissioner oi
Lands nml Works Iur authority to construct ehiili'K, Ilium's, nnd I'diiiis ur other
works lor Retting out Ilm her from tlio
limits covered hy 11 license held hy thu
applicant, across and upon the lollowing
lands, namely:
All ninl singiiliir, thai certain parcel
or tract of land and premises, situate,
lying and helng in Uv Provinco oi
liriiish t'olunihiii, in lhe District of New
Westminster, being composed ol 11 portion ol Lot I!:i7, and which may he more
particularly known und described ns
follows, tliiit is to say. Beginning al a
point on the north boundary of Mock
Six (0) iu said Lot 2I!7, saiii point being distant 6.60 chains Irom tlie northwest corner of snid block ii, thenco smith
22 min, 0 ileg. west along the centre lino
of the propoBcd bogging Railway Right*
of-wny 8,20 chains; llienco south 17 aog.
:iti inin. west nlong lhe said centre line
8 26 chains! thenco south 211 deg. 00
inin. west along the snid centre line 2*
.s.'i chains; thoiico south vl deg. 46 min.
west along the said centre line 0.36
chains: thence ninth 4S deg 110 niin
west along llio suid centre line 1.00
chains to ilie beginning ol u curve
thence on a lO-degree curve to the Held
along the said centre lino 1.51 clinine,
more or less, to llie northerly shore of
Burrard Inlet, having a uniform width
of 30 links on each side of said centre
line, excepting those parts included
within the hoimiliirii'S nf lhe Keith ruad
and the registered ruad lying along the
south boundary of snid block 0,
ELDER,  MURRAY CO.
n.   I
Vancouver Address i
43G Hi. Iiunl- SI.
'Phone 417.
NORTH VANCOUVtR
I'rlco Cnali
WEEKLY LIST
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Inu li'll,
LONSDALE   1 SI A I I
THE LAST OK T11K FRONT I'llDl'KIITV AT KII1ST .'KICKS
PRICK  OF   LOTS,   $2'!J|   CASH,   $||:|
T11K8B   PltlUBS   WONT   LAST   l.llNli
Dated this 4th day nl July,
1007.
A. D,
McNahi-Frasgii Limiikh Co., l/to,
Uv Its Solicitors,
Martin, Craig A Bourne.
UDIES' SHOES
 and	
BARGAINS
to be sold at
WHOLESALE PRICES
f AM    W/OI FF   THOMPSON BLOCK,
L/\I\L   YYULI L, LONSDALE AVENUE.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
TENDERS
Ti ' I'l III   nd: M.ABHINU   I'OU*
1   TION nl Dlstrlrt  Ul  M.1,  N'urllt
I'nii-'ouvei    -|"'i 'lllcatloni and imrlli u>
II III   Ward  . rjei. llmlled.
l."ii-'l.ili' estate, earner oi
md Homer -irni*. Vancou*
i
V-MOKE - .
rERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR   HAVANA FILLED
N. V. B. C—-a.
A Regatta
Will be Held on the 20th of
July, at the Club Premises.
Every Member Come nnd
Row for the Cnrter-Cotton
Gold Medal nnd Other Big
1'ri/.es : :
NORTH VANCOUVEH FERRY & POWEI
{CO,, LTD.
Sum
LEAVING VAI
mer Time Table,
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LEAVING  NORTH VANCOU
CITY
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INKSTER, MARRIOTT & WARD
Financial and Commission Agents
Real Estate Brokers
DO YOl WAN! A HOME
DO YOl WAN I A TARM
*>
IN 1)8 ,
Wines, Spirits, Boer
and
temperance Drinks
Popular I'rii'i b
J. I\ IURNER
KlIOll MCRCHAN1        I'llOM j<)2
uo Granville Streol
THE NEWLY-ERECTED STORE
At the "V" Corner, Eighth and Eleventh Streets,
Eonsdale Avenue,
Open on July 22nd
FOR VISITORS AND PA I RONS
Groceries, Gents' Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Hardware.
(iOOD GOODS Al RIGH1 PRICES.
BRICE & DODDS
DO YOl WAN I A GOOD INVESTMENT #
II so, give ns 11 call or write. We open our North
Vancouver offices abtjut July 15th. We have the exclusive sale of many valuable properties., anil shall he
glad lo advise you where to invest*
a
Retereuco:—Canadian Hunk "1 Commerce
ESTATE AGENTS VALUATORS TRUSTEES
Lonsdale Ave.,beSnSflfld N. Vancouver
J. LOUTET, Manaoer
LOTS
JO \ 240
$300
Close to saw mill and plank road ;
ten minutes (rom car; only $300.
Also a lew 1 4 acres for $200;
terms, 10 j down, fio per month.
House lo let, 6 rooms, all conveniences j splendid view. Also
one lor sale; $500 cash and $io
per month.
Iwo perfectly cleared lots on tonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,  LTD.
Capilano Hotel
CAP] I, A NO   DAM
Everything new and modern, affording all tht
luxuries ol n metropolitan hoatlury. Elevation 500
feet above sea level. Ideally situated for people
wishing an exhiliarating climate, lieautilul mountain
scenery and climbing, and good nahing and Bhooting,
A lew hours from the summit ol Mount Crown and
the Limis.
Tally-ho meeta ear connecting with 9:15 Ierry,
nt Bewicke avenue, returning between 6 and 7 p.m.,
calling at the two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing lime lor inspection.
KATKSi   $a_50 to $3.00 Per Day
SPECIAL,   HAT UK  TO   "CAM I I.I US  AND   UKt.ULAIi
HI > A Hiiii-.ua
DICKSON W, KELLS, Prop,
TJ-I.I-*1'II(>NIC 10411, NORTH  vANCOUVICH. ff
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Kingsford Smith & Co. Will Sell at Their Mart, 860 Granville Street
NORTH VANCOUVER
AND    HASTINGS    TOWNSITE    PROPERTIES
Tuesday,  Jukj   16th, at 6  |>. m.
Hasting* Townsite
The following choice 66-foot lots;   672, 673 674, 675, 676,
677, 678, 679, 769, 771, 778' 785,698.   TERMS-VERY  EASY,
North Vancouver
Ul'SKT PRICK PER ACRE
N. W. 1-1 1054, 5.35 acres.
S. E. 1-1 1069, 4.75 " .
N. E. 1-1 10D9, " " •
N. W. 1-1 1009, ■; " .
N. W. 1-1 1088, " " .
N. E. 1-1 1089, "  " ..
$150
100
100
100
110
110
UPSET PRICK PER ACM
S. 1-2 1090, 9.34 acres '. $110
N. 1-2 1090, 9.34    "       100
S. W. 1-11093, 9.00 acres     60
S.E. 1-41100,19.50   "        45
 .123, 74.80   "    v      38
N.W. 1*4 10-13, 4.75 acres    250
TERMS,   1-4  to   13   Cash,   Balance   Over   Two   Years
[Continued Irom Lasl Woek.l
but he felt that ho needed the corroboration of a great mind that
had grappled with abstruse probj
loins; so he sent one ol his editorials to Mill, the greatest living
intellect ol his time.
Mill showed his interest by replying in a long letter, wherein he
addressed George as a man with a
mind i'|ii,il fu his own, not a
sophomore trying his wings. The
letter from Mill was to him a white
mile-post. The corroboration gave
him courage, confidence, poise.
The thousand copies ol the
pamphlet cost Henry George
seventy-five dollais. The retail
price was twenty-live cenls each.
Twenty-One copies were sold. The
rest were given away to good people who promised to read Ihem,
Pamphlets arc lor the pamphleter,
but let the lad lie here recorded
that new ideas have always been
issued at the author's expense--
and also risk. Martin Luther,
Dean Swill, John Milton, Paine,
Voltaire, Sam Adams, were all
pamphleteers. The early colonial
11 broadsides" were pamphlets issued by men with thoughts plus,
and all the men just named fired
inky volleys, which proved to be
shots heard 'round the world.
As the years passed, Henry
George Was fathering gear; he was
gelling an education. Providence
was preparing Ior his work. All
he expressed by tongue or pen had
land, labor, production and distribution in mind. He was getting
acquainted with every phase ol
the subject—anticipating the objections, meeting the objectbrs,
opening up side paths.
And so in 1878 when he  sa
down to write a magazine article
on '-Our Government Land
Policy" the air was full ol reasons.
Soon the article stretched itself
beyond magazine length, and in
order lo cover the theme he set
down headings.
1. Wages..
2. Capital.
3. Division of Labor.
4. Population.
5. Sttbsistance.
0. Kent.
7. Interest.
8, The Remedy lor Unequal
Distribution.
He wrote all one night—wrote
in a lever. The next day his pulse
got back to normal, and on talking
lhe matter over witi his wife he
decided to begin il all over and
work his philosophy up into a
book, writing as he could, one or
two hours a day.
lie was absolutely williout capital, dependent on his income from
space writing in the daily newspapers, bul he began and the
work grew.
11 was all done 011 "stolen lime;,"
to use the phrase of Macanlay,
and therefore vital, for things done
because you have to do them—
(lone to get rid of them—contain
lhe red corpuscle.
On March 22, 1879, the precious
bundle of MS. was shipped to D.
Appleton & Co,, New York, with
instructions that it the work was
not accepted to hold subject to the
author's order.
In six weeks came a letter from
the Apple-tons, gracious, complimentary, "but"—, in facl, no
work on political economy had
oversold sufficiently to either make
money for the author or pay the
bare cosl to the publisher.
Here was a dampener, and if
Henry George had been a trifle
more astute in thc laws of literary
supply and demand, he could and
twould have anticipated the result
even in spite ol lhe natural prejudice which au author always
feels for the offspring of his brain.
A letter was now sent Thomas
George, the author's brother, in
Philadelphia, requesting him to go
over to New York and Iind a market for lhc wares.
Thomas had the work passed on
by the Harpers, Scribncrs; and
all "much regretted."
The nexl thing was to interest
Prol. Swinton and several New
York friends and have ihem go in
a body and storm the castle of
Barabbas, The committee called
on D. Appleton & Co. and again
laid the case before them.
Filially lhe publishers agreed
thai if the author would advance
money lor lhe electroype plalcs,
ihey would undertake ihe publication,
I hit, alas, the author was iu the
proverbial author's condition, On
ihe ufler being laid before Henry
George by mail he replied that he
could make lhe clcclrolype plates
himsell, lie was a typesetter and
he had friends who would give him
the use ol their printing outfits.
Thc oiler was satisfactory to the
Appletons, provided Prol. Swinton
would agree lo take on his own ttt-
count a hundred copies ol the
work on suspicion.
The prslessor agreed. And lhe
MS. was sent back to San Fran-
cisco, a trifle dog-eared and llie
worse lor live months' wear.
The autlinr began his type-setting with the same diligence that
he had brought to bear in lhe
writing. This was stolen time
loo. He worked an lisur in thc
morning and two hours at night.
Other printers offered to help, and
a genial, bum olectrotyper, damnably cheerful, offered lo come ill
and lend a hand provided Henry
George  would   agree   to  give  a
funeral oralion over lhc derelict
one's grave at the proper time
Henry George gleefully agreed.
So the work of making the
electrotype plates moved on apace,
In the meantime some of Henry
George's political I,lends had interviewed lhe governor, and Henry
George was made inspector of gas
meters, at fifteen hundred dollars
a year.
It was lour months' work ro
make the plates, but early in thc
year 1S80, they were shipped to
New York, a few proofs of lhe
book being taken, stitched up and
sent out for review.
So lar as we know there was no
one in California abla to read the
book and intelligently review it.
Leastwise they never did.
(Tn bo Coiitiniiodl
l'i nui: I'or horses and cattle
al Scymnifr Creek, fenced and
pii nly nf (ri--.li water. Apply In
Chiel Jim Hairy, Seymour Creek.
PATRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
IIA RBER SHOP
Lonsdale Avenue,
near corner of First street
BATHS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
IRT CAMPEELL
Prop.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
No Sei'illcBs Plums, Nn I'itli-ru Apples
No (Jobless Corn—Just old reliable varieties at reasonable prices. Fertilisers,
lleo Supplies, ."pray Pumps, Spraying
Material, Cut dowers, ele. Oleleai established nursery on tbe mainland ol
llritisli Columbia.  Catalogue Iree.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES AND SEEDH0USES.
VANCOUVER, B. 0,
P. s.-—I f your local merchants do nol
lianillo my seeds, send direct,   We prepay liliv packets, assorted varieties nl
earilen seeds ill live cent papers (ttUUd
stock) to your nearest poitofflce for fl ;
Itienly packets lor 50 cents,   Trial col*
lection.
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
Painters anh Papxriianoeiu
Mi'rai. Decorators
Grainers   Glaziers   Skins
LONSDALE  AVENUE,
Oii1. 13111 Street.
LEARN TO SHOOT
Sporl Ior young and old.
New rillcs; latest electric
targets
Fillior's fiallery, LensSStilvwo.
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL  BROKER.
lNiijn.Nct    In all Its Branohaa.
Mining:  Placar and Hydraullo.
TiMiirn    Hardwood, Cadar and Fir.
M«N«lilR TOR THI COMMMCIM.
Protictivi aoincy.
onica: First 81,, C. el Lonsdale *va.
fl. E. JOR-GI-NSrN
(ivi!   Infliiwor  ind  R. f. land   lurtryor
'riioxi 2*28
RtllffftJI, HrMgen, Water Power*, Ki.lmitei.
Bup-srlntfOatOM fl ronniriiotion,  M*p*  of
l'i ill'll'V I I* I Ml llll]| Cltltlllt,  Ml ic |.| I Ills
nl riulwll virion*.
IU Hilltop HI. W.,  - •  VANCOUVER, B. C.
B*K
Rolled Oat*
flour
Hay and Feed
Seed*
ALL ORDER*
DELIVERED
iheBrackman Ker
Milling Co.
I imited.
Marry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown (rom
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
Auctioneers
Accountants,   Auditors   General
Commission Brokers
Pnl rstatc AejtntS
IHIlllSIJUIIIJ.il.
Tuh'Iioni B1112 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R C.
>        I MAKE A SPECIATY OF
i North Vancouver
REAL ESTATE
I lialii'v iiiiii North Vancouver has
nn ininienso future, and that there
will bu more in y made in hind
Ihtc than in any other suction in
llritisli Columbia, I haw LOTS
LOR SALE in all parts of the
Townsite,   If you have LOTS TO
SEI L-, ciiiiii' tii    I  will  Iind
ymi purchasers quickly.
S.GINTZBURGER
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
Ilil Cordova Streei, Vancouver, B. C.
Bank of British North America
0
ESTABLISHED   t836
NE of lhc oldest banks doing business in
this country,
■Vi Brandies in Ciinadii mnl lhc United States,
A : eneral banking business transacted.
Mono] OnkrS IsSlltd payable  anywhere   in
Canada,'United Slates or Great Britain.
Drafts bought and sold,
Prompt attention given to collections.
Savings Hunk Drpiivliiiciit.—Depo?itsof$i.oo
and   upwards  received    Interest  paid  every
three months.
Ollice, Cor. Lonsdale ave. and Esplanade, North Vancouver, B. Ca
II   K. IImiiii. Manager.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co.,Ltd.
Owing I" change ol the buy time schedule lollowing will
obtain :
Fun i" Si i". i. ir
Leaving Q[iieensbur- Avenue at 5:3" a. in., 6:30 a. in., 7:55
nni! live minutes i" llio hour until m:j5 p. 111,
Leaving Keilh Road and Forbes Avenue at (1:00 a. ni.,
; un. a, in., 8:25, and 33 minutes past the hour
imlil 11 J5 p. in.
L11N   'Al.i   A.i Nl '
Cars will run everj 20 m 1
\Xjff' All boala an met bj lhe 1 ars.
Hotel North Vancouver.
'-."-. ,   a\_\
■..    Vi
*   -•■■   --
• ■  ^V$_W P LARSOrt
•fiOrerH\/AHOOUV€H-  memrrett   '
11 rand
rourist
Resort
Up lo date
Rati s:
-•■■"" 1"'
Day
nml up
Spci ial
Rati - loi
Families
ami
Regular
Boarders
Ferry Service Every lliiil Hour to iiiiiI Irom Ihis Hotel
to Vancouver, l'. Larson, Prop.
Rainier Beer^-
Is :i glorious hevornjje K|uciicliiti(i und
satisfying. Remember llieru's no other
"ju-i us good"—insist 011 gelt ing Rainier,
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver, B. C.
r
STRAWBERRIES
FINE   LARGE   JUK Y    BERRIES
GROWN BY MR. RADERMACHEE
Price* Vila HIS Rlfjhl
J. X. MicMILLAN, Orocer
The matter ol bicycle riding on
the sidewalks in ibis city should
be laken up by the authorities,
Several hairbreadth escapes have
been reported of bite. The latest
was that ol a lillle girl who was
knocked dnown and severely hurt
on Wi dnesday near the district
municipal bull.
Mr. Langley, a pioneer hardware
merchant ol Vancouver, was a
guest ol Supi'iiiltendent Peck, ol
the wateaworks, on Tuesday. Mr.
Langley is thinking ol locating
here.
Miss Alice Summers, of Seattle,
is with Iriends who arc camping
east ol Lonsdale gardens, She
will return to the Queen City on
Sunday.
The moonlight excursion per
learner St. George up the North
Ann on Wednesday night was a
big success. It was under the
auspices ol the Mount Pleasant
braas band. Dancing and rafresh-
ments were the order ol lhe evening.
On Tuesday llie Sabbath school
children of St. Paul's church ol
Vancouver picknicked al Lonsdale
gardens.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Larson, Mr.
and Mrs. R, Hissett and families
made a trip to Howe Sound
yesterday morning.
R. H. Bryce returned from the
norlh on Thursday morning and
lelt again lor Victoria.
Gov, Gen, and Lady I.ugard, ol
Hong Kong, were visiting North
Vancouver on Monday. The)
wore the guests ol Capt. Ciybus,
of the Empress, and spent a few
happv hours with one ol our city
officials, who pointed out all the
places ol interest to the ills
tinguished sojourners. A special
visit was made lo the Indian Mission.
A good suggestion has heen
made thai one ol lhe qualifications
for Vancouver aldermen should be
that they pass a dementia 1 .lamination before taking a seat at the
council.
On account of the scarcity of
lumber the Wallace shipyards have
nearly closed down. This seems
almost lo be a paradox in North
Vancouver where there is timber
to bum.
On Saturday altcrnoon fire broke
out at Iwo o'clock and iiiinn diately
consumed the total belongings and
neai residence ol Mr, |anu Cope-
land, ol tile Gill House, including S500 in cash, and only lor lhe
men wm king on the road the whole
ila« k nl chickens would have bi en
destroyed, The only lliings saved
io re a lew (lollies whii li uere dry
ing on the line in ibe yard, The
origin ol Iln conlla;;,ilmn is a
mystery. Much synipallr. is expressed Im Mr. and Mi>. Cope-
land lor tin 11 losses, as ihey are
hard   working   and   industrious
people.
Waldon Grccnway, son ol Hon.
Thomas Grccnway, and nophew ol
Mrs, A. R. Steacy, is a guesl ol
Mi. ami Mc. Steacy,
E, L, Taylor, a prominent
Winnipeg lawyer, and his wile,
Will go into camp here lor a lew
weeks. Mrs. Taylor, who hss been
an invalid, is now convalescent.
They are visiting Mi. and Mrs. A.
R, Steacy.
NOTICE.
To the Investing Public:
MESSRS.
EVES & LAWSON
PROPRIETORS 01 IIIE
NORTH    VANCOUVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
\
(log toannouncoHint thoy will ho pleased to li.-l any property yon
may havo to dispose of In title promising clly. II your prices nre
nj-lit, ive nm fiiuii Hnd you a buyer. We also have a splendid LIST
ef first-class cIobq-Iii Business nml Residential prnporllos, ami
acreage al the right price, besides nmu' Rue lots ami acrcago fur
UtnbltloUB people ef moderate mentis. See us nlmut these. We
can make money fnr yen, no matter il it lie a email ur large
amount Unit yuu wish lu Invest,
Yours respectfully,
EVES & LAWSON
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
PHONE 6
IIINMIU I AVENUE,
NOeill VANCOEIVEB, B. C.
F. W. TEMPLER & CO.
 for
GOOD   GOODS
 at	
RIGHT   PRICES
FREE DELIVERY OF GOODS
All
I |i In il-il.'
I mi I'M
lie sort
Palace Hotel
Best luriiislieil Hotel nn the Coast
RA1   IS:
l.-.ii|n 1 11,111
nnd I h
Special Rates to lumilies and Regular Boarders
Half-hour ferry connection !■> nml from
Vancouver. Hot ami coltl wnler in every
room.   Return call   bells  in  every   room.
REDA & ANDRUSS, Proprietors
Second Street,   ■ ■   NOKTIl  VANCOUVER, li. C
NOTICE IS IIKIIKIIY GIVEN
Iiiiii thirty ilnys lifter [Inlo I in-
tonel to apply to tho Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works fur per*
mission for a special license, in cut nml
carry away tlmhcr Irom ilm following
described lands, situated iu the Coast
district 1
Commencing al n i«>-i iiiarkod C. II.
('., planted 80 chains wesl ol entrance to
Toakono Ann, Ihonce 80 chains north,,
thenco 80 chains west, thenco mi chains
south, thenco along beach to point ol
I'liiiiiiii'iii'iiiieiil, containing iiii) nercs,
more or less,
0, 11, Cates,
PROGRAM
1. Investments in Real Folate to lie profitable
should include some of North Vancouver's
best lots ami acreage.
'J. A North Vancoiiver lirm for North Vancouver investors,
3,   Buy ai headqunrtors of the oldest incorporated
Ileal   Folate   Co.   with   chief   place   of"
business iu North Vancouver.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
('(irner Lonsdale Ave. and Fifth St.
T|.;i, 15 MUM'll VAXCOUVKR
I II1
A SURVEYOR'S BOOT
A PROSPECTOR'S BOOT
dn lllniiiiiil Good Boot
llliii-k English Ontln or Tnn
■ l-collted ('nil, Double Sola  J-0 RA
(•Intension Hool,  (1   Y.  \V,   fOitfV
Snme ns llnnil Sewed.
PYKE'S   SHOE   STORE
651 HASTINGS STREET W.
MEN'S
FURNISHINGS
TAILORING AND
BOOTS  AND  SHOES
Our new lints ure here;
our Sprint; Woollens are
here. Our store nnil every*
lliing therein is new, bright
nnil cheerful, (lur prices
nre right.
Putrlonlzo Homo Industry
CAKL  WOLF
Thompson Block, • LONSDALE AVE,
PIONEER DM GOODS STORE
I'or   our   siio   OT   hnve
one of the Hurst mul bast
smcks in liriiish Columbia.
We nre laying in nu  extensile stock ol
LP III mil DECORATION!)
for llio groat colouration on
Dominion Itay.  Wo open
them up  next  week.   All
come und inspect.
Mrs. II  A. Shaw
Cor. 2nd and
Lon.dilo Ave.,   -   N.VANCOUVER
W. NICHOLSON LAILEY
ARCHIIECT
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