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land   Stanford   UAersity,
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intend.-<}M^'.;tej^Mtitobors in th.
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IffB DAILY NEWS
\BUY  YOUR\
New  Year's
TURKEY S\
and GEESE
CHURCH SERVICES.
H ily    Trinity    cathedral���Rer.    A.
Sl lldrick,  rector.    Holy  Communioi
.   a.m.;  Matins,   Se;... :..   H >lj   Communion, 11 a.m.:  Sun.:-:;.   sch   il, -
p.m.;   Catechism last Sundaj   in   the
month in the church.    Evensong an I
sBrmon  by 'he rei tor,  7 p m ;   lallj
service ar 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. except
en Friday, when Evensong is sa:. al
7:30.   Holy Communion every Thursday and saint's da.  a: S a_m.    Cb .
practice on Friday after Evensong .
Si. Barnabas���Rev C. W. Houghton.
.,;���>:.   Morning    prayer    ani    Holy
Communion, 11 a.m.: Evening Prayer.:
7  p.m.;  Bible  Class  2  p.m.;   Sunday
school, 3 p.m.; Baptisms after Sunday
school: Choir practise, Friday. S p.m.:
At  the   Sunday   morning   service all
Christmas   music    will    be  repeated
Bishop Dart  trill preach at both services.
St. Paul's Reformed Epis
church���Rev. A. -le B. Owen, rector
Divine worship Sunday. 11 an:, an I
7 p.m.; Sunda;. school. 2:30 pm..:
er meeting Thursday, S p.m AJ1
are cor lially invite!
Olivet   Bap-:-- b���R ���"     M.   L.
Rugg,   D.D.,     : istoi      Pi  a hing    on
." :.        'li a.m. an I at 7 i m.   S i ���
��� ���    ol   --.:.. >:.-    '.. a:. ng      Rl '���I. -to
':������ greal Need - i':. n ch "     ��� n-
rhe Unit;     I Believi   - an I Bos'   Baptism.'   Baptism     al     the
close       the evening   -    .. n.    Bible
i ���   ind Sunda;   school at thi
of rl    Sun        :: . :.::..    -   vice    at
2:15;   Yo ing  Pe . les'    meeting    on
M m lay evening,    Pra;      :..    ting ��� :.
W" u,..- lay evening at eigh;   i'cl ��� _
Queen's Ave:,      Methodist���Rev. \V.
i:   Barraclough, B.\.. pastor. Servii   -
al 11 a.m. and 7 ; ,m.; Sun laj  s .. h I
.. .   Bible classes,    2:30  p ::..:   mi 1-
������." k  prayer  meeting,  We Ines lay,  .
pjn.; Epworth League, Monday S p.m
S .:. laj m irning - i ���;- :t "Under What
Flag   Sh ill   -.'. .   Serve   This   C iming
V ear." evening, ' .':.    F1i si and  Most
ioi' int Dut;   of 'h'5 N'ew Year."
S ������: : erton    Meth   list   ���  Rev.    I.
n      as, j   stor.   S m lay services, ll
:. I  7 p.m.; S .:. I .;���   -' h iol, 2:30
P-m.; E] worth Leagu    Monday, S p.m.
Prayer meeting. W - Ines Iiy, 7 p ni.
St, Andrew'-  Presbyterian���Rev, .'.
S.   Hen lers m    pastor      Sunda
- ' l  ���:.. and "p.n     S in laj sch ol
:   Bi le    la���.  .   ���'  p.m.;  Christ-
End.   ���      Monda.v, S p.m.; Praj er
-���-   '���'    In sdaj   -  | ::..    S in la;
::. .rning subj ������ - ' The Pn sen e of the
:.    .   ' evening   Se king tl ���   L ird."
We--   Presbyterian���Rev.   T. Ward-
*   Taj lor,   M.A .   Pb ...    minis, i
S< rvices  11 a.m    in I  7 p.m ;  S .:. '
school   ind Bibi    class     2:30    -..ra.,
'': ��� ��� ting   We !n< - laj,    .      :. .
- ��� '; ���'��� V        -    - a-   in Sun la.v.
'-.    - Friday,  S  p :...
;:" '���   - ���   '      Thi   Th  .-���   Th ���-
Bi...:. :.'���-.    c ... erning -..
End."
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'    :��� B.A - Services. 11
..:.    :     :-.     S :. I      sch iol an 1
; ..--     . _a.;    meeting
P, ������;  C   E.  in       . after the   ! epartment of 'he Interior, and mark
��� ng    -��� Sunda;     morning  ed on -he envelope "Tei lei I
Thi   Renewing      .i   Youth;'      ei   Berth  X"   506," will
ning,   A Tin     ���   !      -   :.' bis Di      tn enl     ml      noon
i    i ���:
ind  Ninth street���Breaking   ii   .read   I.  7. for a license to cut  timber on
Sundaj Ll     i.n        Sunday'Berth   No   506,  on   Stave   River,  and
- hoo   and Bible      --      . m    _.>-���,.    ��� .mmencing at the centre of Se tlon
TIMBER   NOTICES.
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Notice is hereby Riven that 30 days 10
after date   I   Intend to apply to   tbo point
H,,..    i  ,'������   Commissioner  of  Lands 640 a
an j  w,,:,.,    ii  'i  .;..���."! ii in.-use to cul        ������  '
and carry away timber from the foi- ^v-
lowiag i"1 rlbed lands, situated .... :: '
Kildala Ar:!i. Coa3l District, H.C.
No. 7���Commencing at a post plan -   :   '
ed about one mile from the head of   '''
Kildala Arm, oa the south banl; of the  chai"
Ann, running as  follows:   80 chain. ":
south, 80 chains east, Hn chains nonh   ;" r" less,
to shore, then along shore to point of      '!
commencement. W     \ i.J
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No, 5���Commencing at a posi plan
ed about one mile up Fall creek, on
the easl bank of creek, running as
follows:   80   chains   east,   80  chains
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south, 80 chains west, more or less, to  "'"" ...i
creek, then  along  creek   to  point nf ,   ' '
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The grandest lot of birds ever imported into
New   Westminster
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TIMBER BERTHS.
nion Lands, Department of the In-
terior,  and  marked on each envelope
Tender fi r Timber Berth No, 503 or
for Timber Berth No 504," will be received .;��� this Department until noon
on Wednesday, the 23rd daj of Jami-
....    L907, tor li< ���:.-������- *o cut  timber
Tenders for a  License to Cut Timber
on   Dominion   Lands   in   the   Province   of   British   Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS   addressed    to
the Commissioner of Dominion Lands,   "" berth N"s- '""��� :ini :,|)' comprising
- situate in tiie Province of Brit-
[ish Columbia   on   Suicide    or Silver
.. received   r:"""  anii described   is follows:
*    Timber Berth No.  7.;.    Commenc-
Svnopsis   of   Canadian    Home
stead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be hornesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the  extent  of one-quarter  section  of
commencement.
No  9���Commencing at post planted
about .ni i mile up Kail Creek, on east
! bank   il i     ���'., joining No. 8 claim on      N ,,
west   line,   r inning   as   follow b:   L60 ,.,
chai:; -   so .'i      10    chain.-    west,   160
chains north,  lo chains east  to point   a:i j ^ ,
of .���.:.. i. in ement. , .
N .. ! .   .  immen Ing at post plant
aboul   I ui les up I lala River from I,
mouth, on  the north  bank of river,  2 1-2 i
th.-n running as   follow.-:   io   chains      N'o :
'... ���   ���, go i iains*n >rth, 120 chains ea      ed
10     ...       lutb. more or 1   e  I    rivi
��� '..toi ilon ���   Iver to p dnt of commem
. ienl
No. 11    ', .a .���   lng ai .... ' plant   .
aboul ���      . :. im I he mo ith, "ii
thi  north bank ol Dala River, runnli
as follow -.  10 chains north, 80 chain -
e   t, 40 .-ii iins north and  sr chains
easl   I l   hains iouth, more or les-. ���
river, then along river to point of com
mem emen
No, i_'   C immencing al a posi pi int
ed a   iut foui miles up from th<' mouth
of   the   Dala   River,   on   south   bank.
running as :';" iws:  10 chains east, I
���chains   north,    120   chains   east,    40
chains  :. irth, more oi  le is, to riv ir,
then   along   river   to   point   "" i u
men ement
No. 1    -Co nmenclng at a posi plant
ed  aboul one mile  from  the h<-a 1  o
Kil lala Arm,   in Bouth '..ank. running
as folio*.s:  lo chains south. 10 i h
west, 10 chains south, io chain- west,
I"  chains   n irth,   1" chains   west,   40
.iia:'. north, more or less, to Bhoro,
tneii along   .bore   to   point  of commen en ent.
No : I���i ��� a Bearing at a post plant
ed a .. one-half mile from the head
of Kildala Ann, on tbe north ban';.
. i.\ ��: lo chains north.
10 ...::i- east, W chains south. 120
. ... .- ���, - p. chains south, 120
chain �� t to sh ire, then alon.- shoi
to poinl  ���': i i:ii:i.ence__i"nt.
No. 15���-Commencing at a po I   lanl
ed  . ....'   ine mile up from tbe m   i
of the Dal i Rl rer, on east ban., r in
:  ���.    as   fo lows;   80  chain- e  it,   10
chains north, iu rhaiiis .-ast. 4o chains
noi th   10 chains east, 10 chain- noi I
mo: ������ ..   less, to river, I hen along rive
������������'��� ommeacetnent.
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Per Agent, Frank VaiJ
Land Registry Aq
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nei   Sixth     ������. .      .     nesday, thi   23rd   laj    ���' January,   >*? at_a P08'  Plant��d  ":l  Sulctde <J''   igo acres, more or less.
p.m.
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id Benediction, 7
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.    " Fri
.: 30 p.m
..    ���'.' -'      .. Townshi    5, Range 2, Wes   of fhe
Tth   Meridian,  thence North  Easterly
���:-j thi      ise    ' nt iln -
Tide Table   Fraser River
Silvei i 'reek, whei ������ the same Is Intei
-��� :ted  by the North boundary of the
South half of Se      n   !, Township 21,
East  at the  C .ast  Meridian   (or the
same produced    last   i   Wesl. thence
Northerly up  -       C    i.   three  miles
.. 0|  in direct distance with i depth of half
le   :. ��� ach -: le the    <:'. meai tr< I
���    Ight angles to the general bearing
creek within the berth, containing
an area of L920 ..    ���-. n ire or b'.--���
Timber  Berth  N i   7").    Commencing at a  point "ii   -ai I  Suicide or _-.il-
T ������,
No. 16  -Commencing al post plan i      .
a     he mouth of Dala River. ('. ast D
trict,  on  west  bank,  running as  foi
lows:  10 chains west, 80 chain- n ��� ��� .
I - l chain      I--. to ciiuitis soul h, more
ot les -, to river, I hen along rivi
poinl of    immencement,
No. 17-  .' immeni Ing at a post j
e.i ,in the wesl   .ank of the K
NEW \'. ESTMINTSER
;   In  T ���'��� :.-���.:.     ������   il   - ime
ii    iti ���;.-)   Rangi    then     I   st a! mg said cen .
line   >:' Sectl in I    nd       Section 3 to
���entre ol   ��� ii I Sei tion   I;   "    ���
��� N   ��� :   a if      .. le.   thi ni e   due
��� -   20 chains; thence North Wester-
Ins,  more  or  less,  to  the
���-��� .m i Wesi centre line ol s   tion
i out 2;  chains Wesl  ol the cen-
���'    Jd Section; tl en -��� du.. Wesl
.. ire   ���:  less to E isi   il le
.-    .���   Rivei    thence    S mth E ist
6 55
21 15
...
29th
Dec.     th
D "���   31st
Dec, :���!
:
   I
H 25
  5.20
. 5.5s
  "
15.30
   6.45
L6.00
  :.-:<
16  .7
  7.7."
17.10
SAND   HEADS
High.
Th >... Ht,
...  1 10     '��� ':
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district ln
which tbe land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there-    v  I     abo I  I   alve miles
with under one of the following plans,  timal   Indian    Village,   opposite  Goal
(i) At least six  months'  residence  Island,  i ith ol Kildala Arn
upon  and cultivation of the land in   ning   i-  : illows;   in chains  norl      I
each year for three years. chain- west, 10 chains north, 10 chains
(2) If the father (or mother, if the east, I" cha . - north, 10 chains easl
father is deceased) of the homesteader 120 chains to j .Inl of commei ��� ien
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of  the land entered for  the  require-
ver  Creek  at the ��� \ in buy of ments as to residence may be satisfied '
Timber Berth No. 503, thence North-  by such person residing with the fa-
erly up said Creek, a   iistance of two ther or mother,
miles in direct   Iistance, with a depth      (ji If the settler has his permanent
of one bait   11 _..  mile   in   the  Wesl  residence upon  farming land  owned  ;:"'   '���'''���   '*" ,:"  !"   ]'���'���>' "'���   com
side, and one  (U   mile   in  the Easl  b>* llim in the vicinity of his home-,'"'" "��� '
Head, the requirements as to residence     \,,  19 ,   , .,,,       ,
may be satisfied  by residence upon  ,.,  ,., .   ���,.. :, . .   ,    th(  ,ih,
,    ,, ��� '  I"'. :  1': aek, on Devastation 1 ������
nix monms  notice in writing should
of com-   ':,,��� ;,''i"r boundarj  of Berth No. 503,  bc g;ven l0 tj,e Commissioner of Do
,,.;    .,,-   containing an area ol 1920     res, more  minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
or  less, to apply ior patent.
12   :   D   ���
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1
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MARTIN >WR1
', a V.cf
11
SOTICB.
No, l*i   C ':;. : eni lug a   a post p
abou    20 chains south ol   pi
(!Iaim N 1.  17.: unning as follow
h iln - ������..'-'  SO chains south, 10 ch
west, 80 .: .:n ��� south, i1"1 ch ill
S ave   Riv 1   North   -;''" 'hereof, measured al rlghl angK
 ���    nd South centre line of Section - In    0 the general bearing  .f Creek within  tke said land
g ,0     1 I Towi ihi ��� 6; thence due South 2   '
23.25  n :: ������ more or less, to poin
930    .. nt, t intaining    an
.-'7'1 ...c-.t -,  more or less,
0 20
10.25
0.50
11 20
1.20
12.05
1.50
12.55
This berth must be surveyed within:
. '��� ye ir from the d it., of the notice
awarding the   lerth.
The  regulations    under    whicli    a
W. VV. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
The berths must    1 sur. ej e I within
ne year from the  i ite of the notice
I awarding the berths N. "b.���Unauthorized  publication of mencemenl
The regulation.-  under which  a  lie-  this  advertisement   will  not  be  paid      Located No
icense  wlll   be  issued,   also   printed  ense will be issued, also printed form's fcr. _____  j Locator
'.:,,. of tender and envelope, may be   ���'  u'nWv and  envelope, maj  be obtained at this Department or at the  tained a'  th,a Departmenl 01  al  th
nei, si 'i.r...| aboul eighl  mile - 1 1 .
of Kil- .1.1 Arm, running as follows: :*
chain, east, 80 chain- north, 10 chain ���
east, 40 chains north, 80 chains west,
120   chain,    south,   to    poinl   of com
la   -
,   1 ..
sioni r    ���' ' ���
��� ���
timber  I ���
'
No. 1.''
;   ��� :.    'a    .
.   Sto.     .
..    I
1 hain-.  '
ience S ���
ch ilns '
No. 2   Coi
. : on the i'
'.-'���
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I
a      ���   to:'.
, lain ''
'.
the commi ���, '    ,  ,. V1
. 7. 1906.
WM. MOODY, I) D.S .
Per Frank Van i ���:
.
Agent at
Low.
Time. lit
Dec,
Dec.
Doc. 27
Dec, 28
Dec.
Dec. 30
De". ::i
12.32
2     '''.
13.0S
.  3.45
13.43
.   1.40
14.17
"   " "
i 1 *
.  6.03
17.1'-'
. 6.39
17 * *
,7.11
16	
13 0
'    -
12 !
1 1 .;
i 2 2
! J 2
I . 0
12.6
II S
i    ���
1    .
19.57
6.57
20 1 '
8.00
21.16
9.01
21 19
9.57
22 20
! 1.49
22.50
11.37
���'���; '-ii
ol the crown Timbe
.N.-w Westminster, B. C,
E ich tender must be accompanie ll
by an ac< epte I chi cque on a charter-
e : tank in : ivour of the Deputy of the
Ministi of ,; e Interior, for the am-
il be ' onus which th.' applicant
n.s i- prepare i to pay f ir .1 license.
ii.l No ten lei ... telegraph wlll I e ffa-
3,2   ���    tained.
PERLEY  G   KEYES,
Seen ' .
a   nn nl  of the In' cior,
Ottawa. December 13tb,  1906
Purchase Notice
1.6
S.a
9 5
2.6
|...
10.0
] ii.fi
: v
office of tbe Ci iwn Tim tt Agenl ;ii
Xew Westminster, 	
Each tender must    ������   iccompanled Notice Is be  i'i    given thai ,;" days
bj an accepted cheque on a chartered after date  I Intend  applying  to  the
bank   ir: fa. n    il   the Deputy of the Cblef   Commi sloner   of  Lands   and
Minister of the Interior   for Ihe am- Work, for permis lon to purchase the
���'���in' of the bonus whicb the applicant following described  land, situated al
Is prep ired to paj I r a lii ense. tho mo 1 h of the Kildala river, Co.is:
No tendi    bj  teleg  iph will been- district: Commencing at a post mark-
'"���' iine I. . i W,  M .- X. E Corner planted  on
PERLEY O. KEYES, '������     outh  bank   of the Kildala  river
Nov. 21, 1906.
Notice i; hereb) given thai 30 days
after  date l   intend  to applj
Chief   Commissioner of   Lands and
Works for a license to enl and 1
away   timber   from the foii.iui.i ���: iir
:   : Ibed lands:
1. Commencing at a posi m irked
W. M.'s s.E. Corner, planted on th<
north bank of the Kildala river, a 10 '
thence Ba 1
sr  chains,  '���
theni s Soutl
commenc
No, ���'   ;
te 1 s.i ch iins N
- rlbed in Cl
North SO   1
chains lho::     -
Wesl s.i .
1 to 1**
0
���
i-
comn*'
ment.
THE  FRASER  ^-^
��� !'Ji
Staked, N'1'.   -
���
Tenders for a  License tc Cut Timber
ci  Dcnin!on  Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEPARATE    SEALED    TEND
.        issel to thi   i '..to.toto - -. .. ���
Secretary.
nl    ���' the tnte I ir,
Ottawa, i ..-.���������:::   ..��� 13th, 19 16
W, N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
-.'laid  Bloc''.   N.w Wistmlnster, B.C.
nin.t: :is follows: |i. chain
chains west, 10 chains
chalna eas' to polni ot
640 acr
��� . tn, 16
��� 1.    160
1 ommeni ���
is,  ni": ���    1
a; tbe mouth, running as follows:  io|two ",ilos "P from   ""'   mouth, run
chains     outh,    to   chains   we.-:,    40
1       ���   rth to the shore line, theni ���
following   h re line to plai e of com
1 ��� '      *:'. containing 16 acres morelment-  ''"'"!!'inil"
less
\i-'. 27. 1908,
Local ��r, W   MOt IDY,
Per FR VNK VANDAL   \pent,
<i ���   24,  1906.
BLAC
MIT
HIN6'
Having
lng buslnos
be please I ���>'
2. Commencing  at   u  post   marked  ''
W, M's S.W. Corner, pi inte 1 on thi
.ni m ' ank of the Kildala river, ��� 10 .'
two .. II    up ti mi 'ii" -.'. 1 ith, r mn as
inn a specialty.
H
V DEC.  29,   1$0��.
i    f T   * '     . ' ' "71" __
.j.-.. Li   . ���.-. n -
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HE FINEST FLOUR
���In   the   World
)110t|; i
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is made in Calgary from  wheat grown in the great  Northwest
Hungarian   Patent B. C. F. <S
wives who desire perfect pastry.
Telephone 40 ana purchase your Feeds at
Feed Co. are conferrir.2 a
a-:  ir. recommit;������."v
Mesgfag on  al]  house-
he British Columbia Flour and
eed Company of New Westminster
P. F. VENABLES, Manager
inadian Bank of Commerce a
(.up Capital, $10,000,000.     ReservelFund. $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO,
(eneral Mi&a**r        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst  Gen'l Manager
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
RANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
' ERAJ.  BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  iANKING.
tv   _":-_e.   Farrr.e-t   fc   Mielr  banking   bus.ness.     S.!.s   Nctes
h_ed or taken  for cc  e:t on.
flN'l BT   MAIL���D~:   sits   :.._.���  be made or     '        - r. obj trail.
:. -  receive  .ver.   mention.
S: '    v.   . 7VINSTEP.  Mt-LKCH-H. R. DAVIDSON, M.cftfei
���    ���   SATURDAY   WENTXGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
ie /?oj>a/ Bank of Canada
I     :-;   - "    '���     START N��>\\  to sav
-._.--���      | .       ..   |    |. _r.Jer tMsg. . -.
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Put Ii   ���-. ���        �����.-���'
.'    -\i. : OLLAR   :-        M eve',   m
I  -. *     thixk  this over
���  SATtmDAY  E.E". '.OS   i TO   9   O'CLOCK.
'-��� _.!'T.. ':.*' *���; PnL-s.   .<���!(.nti.-.
���  THE MATTER    i til
.-.-'...;e.    A -   .-.:.:
���AND���
IN THE MATTER oi ::.-
.' .    -..    ;.-...   .!   Lp.   1
: .,:-:..:.  lands
'..-'���:     Citj
ohn     Oswald
:.~. .   ���-    *-.:.SAI    fOT
���    ...     - ss����.    n    aad
.  -��� Ban  .'��� allbsrd Ls
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Re   .tra e Supreme Coun
:.- ���      '::.  C- wil!   :-   -..
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... S.f-i Mm m Wheel
X  ���'   West min   OolsmbU St, N.��  WcsnDlMRei
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':���  .      '. 'a,.:-    f.       Fii I
- -  ���ew  ,:������'��� Rtnoum ti n l< <
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. AU Mai!
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write W
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
FRIDAY'S MARKET REP0R1     "�� WEsnwsra ^
:.,..���.-     v, a W' i    _��_ xV���"ik     i   ���.''s��     w ' r) ���
���  v    ..-    . .     wee) e   marke    wet 	
��� risk     ""I.,  reactioi  afte    ::������   Festlvi
?eascn  seemei        :.. ��� ���   -    tn   bw ��� "��� c��Nf  NIGfil   ONIL>
..in-.   BOsajsglinj  aloof  �� r iirr-nnir    ID*'1    T\
...      : ��� ��� im.      Thi   boati   .    ������ 	
...   ani   bo��jm   a    Uh   vendor.   >��� ��� -
:       ,.i    !...:      til    ;.mm...    t___    .-lost   o
' :      Iiii.-ia Th_      Bo  IS   ���      fume-'
. mis   ..:,. li  pardei   ti   thi   n..u
.  .  ..  i Meant  ban.  stori an  attna
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Allan  Doane
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���'.       ner hi rtMn
J. HENLEY
M_.ri.to.. It->p.
FARMERS !   m��eni Watm- &f-
/ Fraser River Tannery      Atniti Wa,ers-
Hf.     noONi   fsinr.
Trir.rntit'lthrec   Rar.;   HOTMI
a cijph   r.   . .v.  r.si-.-ip   PtgMni
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month,   ha.    theTi    beet    sn I
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...     la   tn i' -. i     I.,   ,,f    Inj
Ou- E&e&fiic Works
IW WESI
'���'  N S V-L-K   b H A N C H
F. B. LYLE, Manager. PRICI
Pan.lt) Trj,��. �� Sf^- * 't<
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tou   Minis.     NE" wtmwwtwi r e
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Only
3   Left	
|A fi ��� .ts on Queen's Ave., just on the browof the hill.welloutof the morn,
[ngii ists, with uninterrupted dew of the Ivn^ River and valloy. Mt
Palter and the Oiympia Range, an ���' offered for sttle. rhese lots a.v
hated inat on Queen's Ave., off Tl i St. .opposite he uvll-kinnvn rm
den,-, of F J Han VV E. Vansti , etc., bounded by lipivrary on the
ast and P^'st. on'tl,-' ���������-������ Sev pipes already laid; .-very lot to Inno.
Lots, 12.9 x 116, onlv $575; one-t      cash, bai. arranged; while the eor-
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Are
. Peele St. and Queen's A\
letting ::... magnificait
ire one   a*  or.of: E'sr::  the
ls offered at $050.
.. residential wilo mow am.} for always
McQUARRIE &  CO
Real Estate Brokers, Etc.
'' hC '.   <Mi- li:   tn be.'
"V liir'i  T.'cnld you l,i iii. for him'.'"
"Woll. iii ii (fueSB i Bhould mehtioti
ih<- fnilioi' of trlplois us n possibility."
Locality Aiiccted Her.
"Sho Binge 'Way Down on the Sv
hoc River' beautifully-."
".Muhi be something In tbe waters oi
that stream to help her out, for sbi
certalnly \vwble3 frightfully up hem"
tlnoNteiititHonn.
". iimt nil tbe work yon oun do In
n iinyV" o.li.'il tlio discontented em
ployer.
"Woll, mill," answered Brnstus 1'lnk-
ley. "I g'pose I could do mo', but I
never wiih much of .��� band foh showln'
Ua.-iiiiii.-ton Star.
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Condition   ol    competition
requirement,  ol   buildings and  maps
showing ni'r. rir. maj  be had on application to the undersigned,
By order,
FRED GKI.I.WS,
Secri
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa. Decemhor 12, is .
Newspapers inserting this advoi
ment without authority from the Department will not be paid for it. THE DAILY NEWS
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, at then-
offices, corner of Sixth ami Fronl
streets, Xew Westminster, B.C.
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deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
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SATURDAY,  DEC.  29,   1906
NEW   WESTMINSTER    INTERESTS.
For the abllit.   to c nubine Bat mis-
res :.��� ition,   sneaking   insinu u lon,
listoi ted facts an I rotten "arg iments'
into one maundering whole, commend
ii- to the Columbian. The McBrlde
1. . ��� rnment has han led ; ou oul ��� ei
tain favors, it says, therefore support
iho McBride Government; but it contents itself with the general statement
ence between Mr. Croon's expulsion
from the Ministry immediatel) after,
ami as a result of, the Kaien Island
investigation, and his dropping out
now, after the lapse of man. m intbs,
on the eve of a general election.
So one. of course,  takes  sertousl.
the talk about private business making
it necessary for Mr. Green to !*'ve up
iKititical life.     lie   has   simply   been
driven into the wilderness as a scapegoat  bearing the sins of the Government.   Ha I he gone out at once, after
the revelations of the very irregular
transactions in  the    department    of
whicli be was the head, his departure
would have  boon  accepted  as  clearing the  rest   of  the  Ministers  of res-
I   usibility, to a certain extent at least:
but by shoving him out now. the Gov-
ernment acknowledges tbat the trans-
a ��� I .us referred to cannol   I ���   lefend-
e I,  but  also that it   was  willing   in 1
anxious to defend them, an 1 .li.l not
.: .������ up the attempt until the press ire
. Ighl   to   bear   upon   li   .     ved   too
sti ing to   ... resisted.
A  Calgary  paper saj s:   ' N   i    hai
i.: ....ii  has left  the  British  < '��� . imbi i
Government, the out! iok  I      McBrid
:.-   consi lered   Black."  An I   it   n
have   :. Ide I   that   his  sup    rters  are
, .      ...
. ��� iking nine.
I done on P.irker road by   li. Johnson.
I Recommended payment.
Ree;.' ani Councillors reported
they   had   examined   ditch   on   Willis
roa i foi   '��� h   '. i' mm 11 agree II ���
tribute  sura   of   is' 00.    They   found
.-.in:..  . im  lete I.
Coun. illor Reei - repoi te ! having
examine [ditching me by J Peac ��k
:ind recommended payment. Reports
were  received  an 1  adopted.
Petition presented  from A. S. Ran-'
kin   and others  praying   for  submission of a bylaw to purchase  Water-
warks System. Received and filed
Evans���Reeves, that Clerk be instructed to write the C. P. R. and
Western Steamboat Co.s asking theni
tc land at Minto Landing luring Winter months.   Carried.
Harrow���Ashwell, tha: Clerk write
K. X. Smith to the effect that the
Commissioners appointed .it the public meeting called In Interests of the
Prairie drainage scheme are unable
tn proeee.,1 by reason of not having
received his report, and that he forward same at his earliest convenience.
Carried.
The Rnani e commi! tee i eport, re
commending pa menl of accounts
am mnting to $12,164.73 was rei .i.i
and adopte I
a road to ..:���"������ :..-:. ��� ���..,,- then u it
through ll - i rlmarj sl iges an I the
Council   then adjourne I,
and does not specify the "favors re
;���. ive.I."
Then ii goes on with the usual
twaddle about Ottawa dictation and
Ottawa employes, and so forth. The
thing which strikes us most forcibly
in reading Its articles is that it must
put a very low estimate on the intelligence of its readers.
Perhaps it  will  be good  enough  to
tell us whether the failure of the McBride   Government    to    remove    the
bridge tolls, and its curt refusal even
to  amend  one   palpably  unjust   item
ir. the schedule, is one of the "favors"
for which we shoul.l be grateful. Then
there is the quadrupling of the personal taxation, to screw a few thousands
i ,'  of  the   jiockets   cf the    citizens,
while it was squandering millions.���is
that another of the "favors"?   Surely
such an ardent admirer as is the Colli .'���:.in of the brilliant statesman who
has  chosen  to   rest his claim  to immortal  honor on  the   fact    that    he
bounced out  and  banged the door at
1 ttawa, shoul I  be able to  give us a
'���   larticulars.
The   Columbian   turns   from  lau la-
...   of   the     McBride     Government.
3 a record to be described In
no   milder language  than   as  one   ot"
' in lering Incompetence, to abuse of
...     Ottawa   G   ������::.::.. nt,   which   has.
, -  :: ���   .to..   : aise I Canada fi ���:.. the
.tatus   if a little   inderstood an I poor-
:    appreciated col ���:.���   to a i ec ignize !
��� . .������������ am mg the n itions ol the world.
....   is tei    ted to enlai %e  upon  the
. ��� _ bach I ... oi gan -��� its,
its ... izing si . ii lit;   In ci ing the
:.   "���    of thi   fisheries in such a con-
ne ti m, overbears any other consi I i -
! i ���- the Col  n  dan :. it know
thai   thi   mate I il    nil  ol  n '.;��� 1.  wei e
....   pons ��� if those   vl  i are
ng i      interests in 1    iii -
ters nd in thi     ffl  ts is-
..    the   McBi ide   G ��� '��� i i nment ?
the   C il u ibi :.   :. to     :.  ������  that
:    '   P ��� in i ffl -. ol thi  Mc-
1:   ..  :,;; ent, is ' he .. an
linly res    asi   ���   tor tb
'��� '    ���  to cl ise  the  rn er against
firs;   at   the   N'ew   Westminster
ge   ind  :. '-..,   ������   ���;..-  : ;���. er m ml h
i' ��� -    he   i lol .ii, il ���:.   :.��� ���   know
:hi   agitation  whit 1. arose ,,y  , ���  the
..".. i .: reports ol the McBride G ivern-
derive. its strength  from Buch
.veighl a- is given to those repoi I ���
the   facl   that   they   are  official,  an I
from such  weight  as is given to .Mr.
Dalii ock's opinion bj  the fact th it he
Is the highly paid  fishery "expert" ot
the    McBride    Government'.'   Fin il
.loos the Columbian  nol  know that  If
li irm io our fishery interests shoul I
come trom that agitation, the man to
b.  hol.l responsible In the firs: place
Is tlio Hon. Richard McBride, and thai
Mr. Gifford, M.i'.I'.. and the Columbian
who   raised   not   a   finger in   protest
against   the  action   of the  said  Hon.
Richard McBride, must share his res-
i onsibility.
��� St .n.l with inj' i! thai nds
right, Stand with him while he is
right, and part with aim when hs
goes wrong,"  said   Abraham   I.inc.In.
THE   NEW
is almost here.   Did yoil forget a present?   Did
receive a present that makes you desire to rer,',''
cate? If you did, then visit Horace Dorer's Jewelrt
Store. If by chance you have not paid a visit ��� '<'
your friends the kind of stock he keeps- thev wli
know. ���  "*
My business has been built to its present lan*
proportions by satisfied purchasers recommending m
o their friends.   Can there be a stronger recom
da tion.'   I trow not.
Horace   Dorer
Goidsmith Silversmith Diamom( ^^
NEXT TRAM  OFFICE
Chilliwack Council.
An adjourned meeting of the Municipal Council >: the Township of
Chi.'Jiwback was beld in the C mrl
House en Saturday the 22nd day of
December, 1906.
Communications were received
from the undersigned and lealt with
as follows: J. ./. Cambridge re fyling
bylaw: W. T. Jackman re error in account; J, H. Keith and others consenting to Alward contract being extended; VS. .1. Morrison re jaol fittiujjs;
Royal Bank of Canada re checque;
D. H. Robertson re witness fees on
inquest;   H.   X.   Smith
LOST���Sa;le fur collar between Four.h
Avenue and Ash Street, or Fourth
Avenue ani Tenth Street. Finder
kindly return to Dally News Offlce.
WANTED���Married couple desire furnished rooms for light housekeeping!
or board and rooms in private fani
lly.    Apply H. 'his offlce.
AUCTION SALE r��� ~	
To-Day
���~���,��� , ���������������������**���
Gilley Bros.
JOB PRINTING of every description
done at lowest rates, at the Arrow
Press.       Satisfaction     guaranteed.
Office:  Daily   Xews  Block.     .MRS.
DOMINY,  Prop	
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scheme; R. H. Spuriing re tram agree-   MR HARRY DAVIS, Baritone, will n-
ments-   Ti-i��� a.  n..-..-. ceive pupils,    Lessons in the art of
singing and   voice production.    321
Columbia Street.
SATURDAY
Dec. 29th, at 10:30 in the morning, 1:30
in the afternoon, and at 7 in the evening, when everything' will be Sold without reserve.
ments; Tyron & Barker re contract,
all of which were received and file I
Y>'. S Forsyth applying for loan, referred to finance committee.
C.  Grossman, re  tie  posts,  requesl
granted.
F, .1. Hart A. Co. re pa ring
NOTICE.
This is to give notice that i. Captain
 ,  John   Watts,    master   of    the   ship
request granted bn  paymen   ol  three   Chelmsford,  will  not  be    responsible
months' bonus. : for any debts which may be contract-
H. Tryon re calling oul fence view- eo iy the members of my crew dur-
ers, Reeve and Councillor Reeves to ing the time the ship is loa lint; at
attend   to  matter. ^^^^
J. Teskey, re Statute lal u  . ���������;' n m-
��� ��� i;  Collector authorize I to   .trike   ���'.
from delinquent roll.
G. F. Gibson re O     I ������'  . .������
Wilson���Evans, thai commu       ticn
��� eived re an 01 I People
The balance of the stock at the Harvey
store on Front St. 1,000 Hats, 200p��irs
of Boots ami Shoes, Corsets, Dress Materials, Children's White Hats and Ron-
nets, Skirts and Waists, Wrappers,
Ladies Coats. Hoisery and Gloves;
.Men's and Boys' Shirts, and a quantity
of miscellaneous articles.
Saturday,   2!'th.     Terms Cash at the
fall of the hammer.
W. J.  KERR, Auctioneer. I
We wisb to call tho attention of the (Brick
using*) public to our new
varied stock of
FIRE BRICK AND
PRESSED BRICK
From the Vancouver Fire Clay ('"., a:
Clayburn, IS. ('.
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���   .
A  DENSE  ORGAN.
Because the Liberal papers said, after   the   Kaien   Island exposure,  that
Mr. Green  should   leavo  the Government, and, now thai he haa left, cite
the fact as iin ovi.ion: e of G ivernmeni
dissension   and   weakness, the News-
Advertiser says thej   are hypocrites.
Ii   would   be   iut irestini.   to    paraphrase one of Mark Tw on's sayings,
io  open the   News-Advertiser's  head,
noi  at  all  vindictively, bul jusl  as  a
matter of curlosil ���. tc   ee If I here wi a
anything Inside! Fanc.i  Lhe rtenseness
ol  Ci" mind  whli h  .        a.   :.    differ
:. lorsed   by  'his counci
H. Kip;, re work done      C. Ten
:  : st ttute labor 190":     E\   ns���Wiis ���:.
. it   the   c imm micati. I
nd Coll. : .- . . a
'. Templei  for is
���i.   Pell;    ��� iuee
.    ;:. G ... '���        ��� if titl
ed and req granted.
it. Nowell re -:..'  te la       pei
. ::.j  ': 06
Evans���Ashwell,
ved $3 75 as pei a_t< .y
ilai. ���
Wilhon���Evans.th I    he nominal
Reeve , C   incillor. Schoo
1. .-������������-   for   1907    e held     .   '
���.   :      Chilliw ���        '.    ''    ' .07
: el ������'. en  12 o'cl n k  n ion  and  J  p.m..
Eli ctions on Jan ...     19,   I "'7  in   he
��� House, Chilli -     ..       . ;.e
;   se I ile, aia! .'-. i  ��� :   /. .- ..���   . ���
Polling fr .a: ''    '.        7 an : i
';������..;���.,.  w.  Chad Re:    Inlg Of-
;'. er   ��ith the     i\ i       ioii
a.     ('ar; ie I,
Wiis in-   Ashv ell, Chiliiwacl
sinking  fund   Resoi\   I tha    the
rm of .   ; '���' I e in reste I in-first n
to iges  ..ii   real   . ropei ir  farming
urposes, eing fii lie on Id pro
I ei 'ies. for a ] erl id if fl. ��� yeai ������. Interest ai 6 i .���. cent, p innum. In
terest payable half yearlj ( irrii I.
Wilson���Ashwell,thai the Clerk be
Insi ructetl to i omputi   inti nd dis-
(..nuts to end of . ai h ea . . he ��
such Interesl and discotini is payable
and add same to the -������ .e;-..; i. .��� rants.
Carried.
Board of Works���Councillor I'oeves
reported  having    examined    ditching
-toned,    ^^^^^^^_
.U)]]S  WATTS, Cr:. ��� iin
Lt.f.-250
Royal Columbian Hospital
T ���:. lers ��ill be receive 1 bj  the un-
1 irsigne I,   and   marked   "Tendei -   foi
Su] pile -. to 1 p.m., Saturday, n -
ceniber  29tl    ' ��������� 6   for   ��� ippl; In j the
Isi   January,   1907,   to
Di L907, with  to.-' foi ow
ing ���'     ��� -
Bread,   vhit      nd   brown.
Bee:';
Mutton;
Milk;
Drugs.
������ ies;
\   iod,   - ibs   per cord;
C ial,  . ashe I nut;
Fish;
F .',-���:,.:.- ;
'.     died   lists   of  drug .   groce ie .
eef, mutton, and .'ish can    e obtain-
.��� i al the h ispital,
Neither   ':...   I iwe I   or at      ten Iei
:���... -��� iriij  ae. epte i
Sain,'..1.���- of the gro ��������� |e. and all information obtainable on appllcal on
t ��� the La ! ��� S iperintendent ..' I he
hospital.
VS.   H.   KEARY.
���- ���: '; .  R,  C.   H.
New Westmim ������ r, B, ", Dec 20, 13 16.
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{ New Westminster's
I MUSIC HOUSE
^on�� pi iments
of the Season
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Crocr.r
Ladies' Gold Wat.-he- from $12.75 up
Gentlemen's Sice!- Watches, open
face, $6.00
Gentlemen's Silver V> ..���:,,..-, double
case, .m 60 up
Agent for the cell br. * .1 Soulh Bi nd
Watches, a������; . lied to the Wellman Arctic Expedition.   All war anti d.
( hams, Rings,   I.;'.'. Irj , etc.
Watch r. |   iring; i harges reasonable
We taki this opportunity of expre.-sing- our lincere thanks to our
many cu ( mer for their liberal pat-
to.! age o .i.e .'. , i week and previously. Our business this year. 1906, has
been a record breaker, especially during '. ��� .:.   week.
Tn ��� ..'i   will  favor us
y.'i;h yi . ������ in the future,
.  main,
Yours truly.
*- C CH AMBE
JT is with sincere gratitude that J. II. TODD
thanks the many, many people of Xew Westminster and district who have so strongly supported him in the past.
In the early part of the yeai' another piano
busmes was absorbed, and although the change
necessitated taking double the floor space, the
result has been more than justified.
In accepting the agency of such weil-knowti
1 lanos as
The New Scale Williams, the Morris,
the Dominion, and the Nordheimer,
Mr. Todd has a selection that can not be surpassed by any house in British Columbia, a''
many homes have had a brighter Xmas by
reason of their perfect tones    '
Columbia 8f,
A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
to One and All is the Heartfelt Wish of
J. H. TOD
New Westminster's Music House
>'*���**������'���������������� Lp~iV.   OEC.   29.   1906.
THE DAILY ME'- -
THE
ASH STORE
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he  Aftermath
. .   ,    ..   sail    ;.rices  rule ���  ���' ���
:    any of the Fancy *.���.���:���
Handkerchief Boxe.-=, Dresali     :,������.
3-4   Price
and   less
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Lee's Furniture Emporium
For Furniture, Carpets, Ltnoieumj,
Wmauu Shades, Picture:, and Framing,
'^uwutHii   lurttt   lsuua~   hat iar Itooa.
,\mmw m nr  uiMLir thf mmest pkices rm: lowest.'
LEE 5      Furniture     Emporium
Duponl Bioci New Vfwsimiiisie Tei. 73
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Ladies    Dressing   ���
mei      $14.50
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a .'    to. ���
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To-Night
SATURDAY. Dec 29it*
THE FAMOUS
Rapid, Easy Grinders
Three  sizes,���8,   10  and   12-inch
plates.   Also bagging attachments
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers, H_r and
Ensilage Cutter-.
���
���    . :   . ���
Mass Meeting
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
-imlcec
OF THE
������-    irge size Ladi ���'.
trai wood ban lies; equ
.1.75 and $2.00 goods; TO-D.A *     :
HALF   TO   THREE   Q'--=_ER   PRiCES.
|   ...   .     .. .-.-,.. y    . .  .,_
the   wars are   ���.'  ���' Homi
Beaver and 1
i::i ? ���   for 5&2.5C ��  *���       i: *:. * $2.93  ;" *
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TIMBER  BERTHS.
Tenders for a  License to Cut Timber
en   Dominion   Lands   in   the  Province   of   Brit'sh   Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed   to
.  Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of the interior, mid market on ihe envelope "Tender for Timber  Berth  No-  505,"   will   be received
,-,! this Department until noon on V.'ed-
nesday, the 23rd day of January, 1907,
for a license to cut  timber on Berth
No.   505,   situate   in   the   Province of
Uritish Columbia, and comprising five
Blocks described   as   follows: ���
Block 1. Commencing at a post
planted on and about one-half mile
from the mouth of an unnamed Creek
which enters Suicide or Silver Creek
lunn ;i Xorth Westerly direction at a
distance of about five and one-half
miles North from the Southern boundary of Township 21, Bast of the Coast
Meridian; thence up the said unnamed
Creek a distance of three miles, in
direct distance witli a depth of three-
fourths of a mile on each side ihereof,
measure.1 at right angles to the gen-
rial bearing of said Creel; within lhe
block, containing an area of L'.ssO
acres, more or less, imt nol to Interfere with Timber Berths 501 ami 504,
also excluding anj lands which may
i . settled on.
Block 2. Commencing at a post
planted on and about half a mile from
the mouth .>;' the Westerly branch of
S liciile Creel; on the rear boundary
< f Timber Berth N'o. 501 (said Westerly branch joins the said Creek from
a North Westerly direction at a point
alon: ten miles North from the Southerly boundary of Township 111, East nf
the Coast .Meridian): thence up said
Westerly branch three miles in direct
distance, with a depth of one mile on
the Northerly side ihereof, measured
a' right angles to the general bearing
(.��� Creek within the block, the lower
o: Easterly boundary to be drawn
due North from starling point. Also
a piece on the Southerly side of said
Westerly branch commencing at same
starting point and running up stream
two miles, with a depth of half a mile
on said Southerly side, measured on
same bearing as portion North of
Creek, the lower or Easterly bound-
. to be the rear boundary of Timber
Berth 501, the whole containing an
ana of 2560 acres, more or less.
Block ::. Commencing a: the same
starting point as Block L>; thence
North Easterly following the Xorth
Westerly boundary of Timber Berths
501 and 502, a distance of two miles,
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East of first unnamed Creek; thence
Northerly and parallel to said unnamed Creek, a^ distance of one mile;
' .ir" South-Westerly parallel to the
-aid Xorth Westerly boundary of Tim-
��� ' Berths ."."I and 502 a distance of
two and one-half miles, more or less,
to the Easterly boundary of Block 2,
or same produced Northerly; ihence
Si utherly along the said Easterly
boundary of Block 2 or the same produced, to point of commencement, containing an area of 1410 acres, more or
less.
Block 4. Commencing nt a post
planted ";i and about mir mile from
thi mouth of ati unnamed Creek entering s .:' j 1 -. creek from an Easterly
direction a' a. point situated about
nine miles North from tlie Southerly
boundary of Township 21, East of ihe
oast Meridian, said post being on the
"��'' boundary of Berth 501; thence up
said unnamed Creek one mile in di-
'eet distance, with a depth of one-half
mile on each side thereof, measured
at righi angles to ���!)..��� general bearing
ol said Crei it within tlie block, con-
lalning 640 acres, more or less.
Block   .",.   Commencing    at    a   posi
planted on  and a'.out one mil... from
:''   "" :"]i ' '  '������" unnamed  Creek, on-
tering Suii I l<  Cn ek from an Easterij
:'   '!  '' oint situated aboul six
���'" ! one-hall miles Xonh from the
s vh >'������ '' to. of Township 21,
r'" ' ' 'he Coasl \|. rl llan; thence up
: '��� '''������������������ ���'"' I i re :. ., distance of one
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w',th ���' :' ' - >f one-half mile on each
': :' " ' ' of, n - to ire i in rlghl angles
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vi,,li" :l!" block, excluding therefrom
BnJ >���' ''��� '.'i ol Timbei Bei ths 501 an I
604 whi h may fall within the same,
containing an area of 960 acres, more
or Ic.-s.
This berth must be surveyed within
one yeai' from the date of the notice
awarding the  berth,
The regulations under which a liens,, will be issued, also printed)
forms of tender and envelope, mav be
obtained at this Departmenl or at the
ofiice of the Crown Timber Agenl at
New Westminster.
Each tender must be accompanied
b. an accepted chacque on a chartered bank in favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
nmoiini of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for a license.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY 0. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, December 13th, J906,
Humor mn Philosophy
By DUNCAN N. SMITH
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
A good appetite ls tbe best compliment to offer tbe cook.
The more Inexperienced a girl appears tbe more cause for mere mun to
be wary.
The burning question of tbe hour Ih,
How shall we square it wiib tbe coal
man?
A knock for your enemy Isn't tantamount to a boost for yourself tf you
do the knocking.
STRONG
is not needed to sell Westminster Real Estate. Prices speak for
themselves. Common sense only is necessary. ^ Westminster prop,
erty will become as valuable as in any other city of the Dominion
Some of us will wake up, in 1910, and find that we are rich; and
simply because we bought some of the snaps offered by McQuarrie
& Co. in 1906.   Procrastination is the thief of time.
I'it'st be sure you are wron;
side step before you hnve to.
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II CHANCE OF il LIFETIME!
Exclusive Sale
5 acres on 6th St., just
off city limits. $1,100,
easy terms. Fine property for subdivision or
market gardening, chicken
ranch or small fruit farm.
Orphanage
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
House on Brantford St.,
rents $15 per month. Will
sell for $1,500. Terms
$750 cash, bai. easy.
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Snap  in Lots.
Three lots, leas  16 feet, corner of
Sixth Btreel and Fifth avenue.    .lust
$1,000, term, easy
Be sure and assiduously tell your
neighbors not to worry. They will be
likely to forget their sorrows in their
exasperation nt you.
Not many of us get so fur up tbat
the height makes us dizzy,
Probably the man you are striving to
impress with tbe pearls of truth could
not tell n pearl from a pumpkin, nur
the value of either.
.Monthly alimony is the price of any
thing like liberty when once the connubial knot lias been tied.
1 sized lot on Regina street, 66x
,ct 10. Sub   1 Lot v Price $150.
Vacant lots for Bale
the city, from $25.00 t.
in all part_
. $3,000
17 lots, full siziii on 6th f' r_ et, in
Burnaby, Bast side 100 yard, from
cliff Can   factory.    Price $1,020.
House on Royal and Eighth Btreet,
two storeys, seven   rooms,  full  i zed
lot,  $2,000.
For Quick Sale
Lots2,3,4&5inL
~~, <���;���;.<"��� ������ f Royal Al
and llth St., next to pi
works- $1,050 each.fi!
cash, bai. easy. Aspb|
Pld speculation, aboutttl
best on offer to-day m
be bought separately
en lilnf.
House and
Columbia St.
$2,600.
22 feet on
A snap at
Wonders of Surgery.
Surgeons wbo by a few deft slashes
of their knife are making good little
boys out of bad little boys are going to
try to make tbe moukey talk by rebuilding bis nose so that it will look
more like tbe one tliat the prize tighter
wears when be sits for bis photograph,
These tilings, lu addition to several
little hints that the knife doctors have
carelessly dropped on tbe flour, lead us
to believe that surgery is ouly in its
infancy.
l��oiilitless tbe surgeon of the future
will saw off the tons of our heads, lift
out the gray matter and supply us with
a new kind when we want to change
our moods. Possibly some pink convolutions when we wuut to go in society, a bright red for the purpose of
attending the ball game and a pale ttlu.
when we would write poetry. The
man of the future may go about with
the different kinds of brains he wants
to use for different occasions packed in
his suit case.   Who knows?
160 acres, Westminster district, -tn
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, "i acre strawberries plan'.-1
this year; alder bottom land; running
-prin::; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; l.-post flame house aud constables, three in all, stable . cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at baud;;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house 10 x LM; hen
house made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, VS x 30. A chance of a lifetime, $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance at G
per cent.
!"< ible tenemenl in.us.-. .*. rooms In
eai b bouse, water, light, full sizi li t,
between First and Second Btreet,
Fourth avenue, on north side. Price
$1,500, half .ash. balance In one year
. at tl per cent.
20  acre   blocks,   fruit
Junction, $20 per acre.
lands
di u   ed   :'
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'  $2,000,
Hon i
i-.. acres, Maple Ridge, .-*��� i Lions 28,
29 and 32, Township !*, one-hall prai
rle, resl brush and some Bmall tiee*.
prices; Section 32, $45 per acre; Sec-
tion 'S'.'. $60 per ace; Section HV $55
80 acres, one mile from Abbotsford,)per acre.    Telephone  at   Hammond;
10 acre,  i eared, good boII, 220 fruit  telegraph   station,  i'itt  River Bridge.
trees,  price $1,400, half cash, balance   Terms, half cash, balance one and two
iti three equal payments at reasonable years al 7 per cent. Exclusive agency.
Interest
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160 acres, Langley. 'SS under cultivation; house, barn, sheds, etc. all in
good
eaeh,
repair;   a   snap   at   $3,000,   half
150 acre. Improved land, buildings
and Bheds complete, near (.'lover.ial' .
all under cultivation, $15,000. if > e.i
can handle this, don't delay; it's a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
The Territorial Delegate.
Alaska is engaged in the harmless
though exciting pastime this summer ot
electing a delegate to congress, iut eo
much for the purpose of demonstrating
that the ballot is mightier than the six
shooter, but rather to be in the swim
witb tbe rest of the territories.
Tbe territorial delegate is ijulte barm
less. Ue doesu't bave a chance to vote
and all he has to do is to look interested and draw bis salary. It is nol
against the law for bim to look Intelligent, but that is not required by the
rules aud regulations.
Outside of owning a life insurance
company or a drugstore in prohibition
territory there is probably no snap like
being a territorial delegate. Nobody
asks him to explain bis vote, as he bas
none to explain, so his record always
looks as though it bad been scrubbed
with scouring brick. Is it any wonder
tbat every broken down politician in
tbe territory wants the Job?
Compensation.
I fell In lov with you when first
I saw you smile and frown.
And so 1 thought rny heart would burs'.
Because you turned me down.
Vou doubtless thought that I would hurl
Out maledictions ran.
Hut then I  found another girl���
And so 1 didn't care.
FINE BUNGALOW FOR SALE
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to car; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,500. Terms $600
cash, bai. on mortgage.
Furnished house to rent;
10 rooms; close in; $25 per
month.
Does It Pay?
1(50 acres, 10 ac. cleared,
without a stump in them;
nearly all planted with
fruit trees, apples, pears,
plums, cherries. Small
nouse; barn and stable 30x
56; good well; half-mile
from school. Only $10
per ac. and terms easy at
that.
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No.  I land .   $1. per;
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One ���. , ,. $;|
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propertj     r    ��� $���_ per acre, u^
balani e on i
1G0 acres gool farm land in Delta,
| aboul ;;v. miles from river, near Scott
1 road, $12 per acre;  a real good buy.
100 acres, N.E. U section 19, town-
[ship 10, Langley; small house, _0
; aces   cleared,    timber   valued   $750.
Price  $1,500,  one-third  cash,  balance
at 7 per cent.
Pari of lot toi'!'. joins Lake Cemmur,
about   "0   acres,   only   $25   per   acre.
Half cash.    .lump.
House and lot, Du x 133, back of
brewery, facing Columbia St. Rents
for $24.00   per  month.     Price  $1,200,,
half    cash,  balance in   six   months, only one-quarter cash needed, balance
Vou cannot possibly get a higher per-   in one or two yeans at 7 per cent.
centage for your money than  ll   per
cent. 6-1   aces   in   i'itt    Meadows, only
$35 pei acre,   one third cash, balance
160 acres In Surrey, o acres cleared,.' at il per cent,
fenced on road side, $1,800, half cash,
balance on  time at C per cent , su
ject to sale of timber.
67 acres. Hornby Ranch, Nlckomek),
house cost $2,600 when built. 20 acres
cleared Price onl) $3,000. ba f cash
balance easy.
B0 acres of land n"ur Sutherland's
mill, In Surrey; good bouse, 0 acres
cleared; only $1,000, easj  'i-rms.
8-roomed bouse, nil modern improvements, line location, corner of Fourth
Str    and   Agnes,    $5,000,    one    half
cash.   A comfortable bome and   good
' family   residence.
Bight-roomed house , all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon street ami
Business Opportunity|
Bakery and Confectioi
ery business for sale, Al
splendid opportunity fori
good man. Shop, house!
and stable rents for ��25.1
Lease, $700 cash fori
business.
60 acres good fruit land in Surrey;
can be bought now for $25 per acre,! -s:x'll street, two storeys, $3,750.
lli'iise aud lot on Amies street, two
storeys, seven rooms; a real snap at
$2,500,
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
at $ln each.
Three full-sized lots, cleared and
fenced, close to car; corner of Fourth
avenue and Third street; a good speculation; five minutes from post offlce;
$1,800;  easy terms.
Lot No. 10, full size, on Agnes
street, all cleared and fenced, ready
for building: a real good speculation
for $600.    Half lot  Xo.  7. $250.
House ani P-j lots, ,. rooms, price
$1,375, half cash, balance to be arranged at 6 per cent.; Alice street.
House, 10 rooms, l'/_ lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,000.   Terms can he arranged.
.lames Inlet, three square miles. ,u
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
Five
cotl
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and
t wo
street,
opposite
Qui
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$7,000.
In Her L'r:e.
"He married the lighthouse keeper's
daughter."
"But be didn't have a cent."
"Sbe didn't mind that,    She said it
would  seen,   natural   for  her to l-'o t'.
light housekeeping."
1G0 acres on the Scot
cleared; barn 50 x 30
splendid soil; only $30
cash, balance e tsy,
t road, 15 acies
; stables, etc.;
per acre, $1,000
Between Fifth and Sixth avenue i,
near Seventh street, eight rooms, all
modern, stab!., and chicken house, full
sized lot, two storeys, $1,000 cash,
$2,500.
LOTS    LOTS     LOTS
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.
lote in First
park.    Price
One and a half bits, Sapperton, just
oiT Columbia street and Brunette, only I
$1,000.   Terms to be arranged,
Hin acre.-, all fenced, ready for cultivation, good water, half mile from
school, al   Chllllwack, $75 per acre.
135 acres, one mil... from Huntlng-
don, ii.t'. To acres in grass, 15 acres
drained and  fenced;  house and barn
COSl  $2,500;  good  road along one side;
price $50 per acre, half cash,  balance
to suit purchaser al 6 per cent    Rea-
��� on for Belling, the owner's wife Is In
bad   health,  and   has  t.i  go   to  a   Cold
climate,
8 and In acre blocks in Surrey, three
tuile.s from the river, $10 per acre.
Ten acre '.''. '��� one mil. s
of Westmli    ���   J m tion, Al soi.d
lly cleat'. I,   $30 ; er acre.
Two -'"' ed house, 7 room m
sewer   eni.. :.-   all   modern
provemenl endid locality,
Terms arrai
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$.00. easj near..." 'MiMf
trai1.. locate I
House, .. ��� Filth avenue af
Sixth    '"..��� t, two stotei.1
rooms, $2,500. .... I  ash.
Boarding I 'oms on Sif
street,  . ne ������ ;'; ��M
tents at $30 | : month, or for sale Uf
$4,500.
Seven '."to: ���
near Fifth avei
sized lot, $1,600.
House,   eigln
street,   corni i   Foui '������
i terms.
House,   !���: :     ��� ��� :    it, on BJ
street, Sa; ; i ":- s :'or ,Il'?
mon*!].    Duly $1,050.
ise, Seven:! stmtl
i storep   I
���n St Ml
$2,509; ��|
Just Look!
80 acres in Matsqui Municipality, 4-room ��
chicken house; on- -
cleared; good wei
water. $ I ,O00
of a lifetime.
160 acn a ni
Coulthard's
terms;   fruit
tictilars.
.0 acre   n<
see US for fill J'
$7 peracre: |
irtlcularfi
Pussy In Ihe Corner.
"Why do all the girls say that Miss
Frivolous Is a sly cat?"
"She seems to have a corner on tbe
men."
Obviously.
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McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Brokers)
 Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Flre Assurance Co. of London.
Bank of Montreal
"What  legal   rights  have  I  In  this
matter?"
"What's your rn (f.g?"
"Two hundred thousand."
"All the rights lu the statute books."
ESTABLISHED 181..
Incorporated   by   aot   or   parliament
CAPITAL  (ALL paid up)   $14,000,000
RESERVE FUND $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and
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Bad For the Cat.
"A cut may look at A king."
"Mot If tbe cat ls black atti tbi kin��
���uperatltlous." , ,
Mount   Royal,    G.    C.    M.
  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummond,   President
E. S. Clouston Vice Pres ident   and   (leueral  Manager.
General banking business transac ted.
Branches ln all the principal citi eg in Canada, in London, En*., New
York, Chicago, and St. John'a Nfld,, and correspondents In ail parts of lbe
world.
SAVINGS   BANK   DEARTMENT
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH G. D. BRYMNER, Agent.
BRYSON & 50$
MESSRS. HARDMAN & BRYSON
now dissolved partnership, the business
carried on as heretofore by BRYSON&^L
having
will bt
UP-TO-DATE STOCKS OF-
Hardware, Ranges, Stoves, Tuffl*
- Graniteware and Enamel Coo   |
BRYSON & SONS, Columbia ht
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THE DAILY N��WS
7.
PROFESSIONAL
[..-���        .   'T.MO.VDS. Barris
tors, Blackie Blk.
Sew   Westn:. ister
'���:.  L. EdmondJ.
���    "   S BOLE, Bollcl-
The Dominion Trust Company
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irt. OS. ������_
Commerce boil I
Cl   . - ������ -   opposite  post
TV  v minster.    Money to
'Jit i ;<
,.f-
.,   - ART  &  McQUARRIE
solicitors, etc.       Of
,-e�� ". estminster, Trapp Blk..
���:   and   Lome  streets.
j :: ��� . Sl, 443 Graa
|  ...ph Martin, K. C, j.
..   McQuarrie,   H.   A.
'! irtin will   be  ia tfcu
. .-    Sees every Friday af
The following Valuable RESIDENTIAL
��� ��� .PROPERTY and FARM LANDS.
Thr    M..H.  ,    f.,.
I*   Wi\]   prob  ...        ���    a-v     ;,    inui
peopli  ,.   Uea   tha   rudimentary   trace
' '". '     '       ������ :���-    among ui     ��� ������-;.
< ste    Including mm     [n tin  buma
��� ���   tb<   th ���    .I-!..-   par   ol   tn'
i)i".--i   gl         iniul   ..... -    :, i   [Ut
��!_����� ol .. |)...,    .  ........ i    .,    -''liter
���f    tin     brail       Posslb.;      tlie efon
th��r.    ���������...   mor 'uu    I 'uth   ii    tu.
w>>i    ��� >��� i    expression   "the   mind's
*"���    ..."   It originator dreamed o:'
TOGETHER    WITH
,.,-. ��   BOWES.   Barrio
��� s,   etc..    4-    I.. -.'
.   v. healler, F 0, Box
E. MART       ' ��� " -' "
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il-; -RA f, " - ��� ��� ���'  '   -������������ -
ister Of
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tone 64
The Finest Selection of VACANT LOTS
in the City of New Westminster
 FOR   SALE	
..   DtapcHNMc
<_ street preacl    wast oi fceo.
������'���"' ��� "������ i complained to .. paiwlng policeman aboul beinc annoyed bj a part
���i tbi andienci nm. asked bim to w>
ii."- ��� tbi obnoxloui onei "\. eel, y
�����" replled^jhe caution, iifflcer "i:
would be i   ban   lol   roi  me i.e   -i r
'"������ii     nu     "1    le|    ���... vua-   Til due If J
v ������"��� ii "Wba! would '..ii u,.1*'
Mgerl; inquired tbi preacher ��� .iitsn
ni. round v    hi ba "
f- cf TRADE.���N'ew  Westn   -
:  Tr._ i~ meets in the
Jr: .'. ��� as fol   ws
lay of ���������   :. f.
|j tings on the sei   a
of     February.     May,
I   ��� v.   .ember, at i  p. m.
5 ---       ti    the    seT.ir..i
of     February.      New
r   -.   :   .���    te    proposed    and
ad o onthly or quarterly
Itixj :  Whi'e. Sec.
5e:=e- societies
BN LODGE,  NO. 9. A. F. & A. M
fee eting   of    this
I First Wed. --'
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M -     Soj   ."-.2.
fc- ... .avital to it
I.: V.    A.   DeWolf   Smith
SOLOMON  LODGE, ''0. 17. A
|&  A.   '*   -RezMlar   conn: .-.    .
c-    ' ' Ige are h-'..! or. thf
bt lay fn ea      - mtt  '���:
\- -. ���  .    a     V -.'
-.   ire    ordially   ir:-   -
:    *.v. Gilchrist. Sec.
.L C!TY  PRECEPTORY. No. -'/���
B. K.    '   I , I      ' -   -���   '��� 1
r ' eacb montb,
:. age   h ill,   corner
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Ed * '.'.'.  E   D mlop, W
E. E. Matthias, Reg
V-   5RANGE   L03G-;    NO    I13C
|M" - .-.-���- fa.:: 0 -=- aad
li* ea h montb _   -
���v'   '  ' '      B. E. Ma    ... i-
il.; J  Humphries, Rec.-See
0. F.���AMITY  LODGE. No. 27���
��� meetings of this 1   Ige
\* h -.,' hall. Col tm
���    \   Mondaj   evening
Visiting ---'-.r n ���   "
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U. W_c=.4SER LOCGE No. 3
:' . first, and thi -' T ies
-   :.-'-        '.'.   ' '
I to attend
**   '*'  ha I. Odd
st .son street
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for $100 .        stand;
$-".   p��r   acre;
	
:, $10 per acre.
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Offer   wanted
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$125  per acre.
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Mauj   wordi   ..-   moa   augusl  sound
.���  oi   ni;..  commonplace an
"-.. ������    v bei    tn d   t..   tbeir  .i-ikiu:
"Pinani e'   ii   rei II   onlj   " ling up
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form     usei    b    thai          ilmpfa
lensi   ii   thi   Bngllsl   languogi     Tuer
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creditor und aequirei   thi   i]    .,;i__.
uf ruiiM.iii.
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HtuUto: ���     | opli������    Ui alv ������    at tiw
tmttom of low ....;-    . that.  what yar
mean
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"EMPUAM  OF  TEM
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rn.,   ..-.    .���: :' il   iws
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ICAMp '���'-'' Of THE '--.   :  ���
., . ' eta on Bfie BIvbI and
IK. ',. ' -r  ��very   nrrnth  ui
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good .
. $2,000.
-   .   ."     - ...    .    acres
��� ei     duration    s mi
some ce
��� ���   an I   fir  timb. 5".250;
. -  -     suit
teres   this   -   .:.,..   . irm
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S pens, root hou si     land a
...   lown to grass ...     gt_
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n  N'i .    \\ esi minstei ;   good      ads
.    .    '..���-   mills   ; .. ���   S'-eOOO:
i cash, balan      ;;      i0 pel
;:.' rest  ..  ...   ���
Surrey Centi      .0 a
...... uf  land,  .'\    :....:.    :
. i ... porl lon ���     . :;.  :;
. casilj .to., ire I      ie othei   poi
.   .    : tohier soil,  I ���    ha - ..   largi
..    of    valua ile wort h
.: ��� hii ii Is now   I oin :
��� nill    there  .    a  : ne  ne.    i
Ulgl        ilso        ��� ���    ���     .
::: ���    Price S^.co:;
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in   acres   cleared   and
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!   nil ������   ���������������in Clovi   .... ���
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)��� '���   $4,800;
will, when
.   ,     imi   hoop fai i
���   ll. ..    |l n,l    HtO   ���'
.n i   i'. i'
,  ���   , Ito ,,       'fill  pn
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I'ii...   $10
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I an 1      ifl li ill)  i i
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inlniproved
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.���,i     Prici
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- :.i      price
! S12.50   er    ..-J
Ari.��,l,!N   ' "nni,.-n:
As  .....   .ii ijiectui   ��� .. thev   Arnol I
WBI     ��� ' :   to    to.l::     . in    CT".).T.'aL|lii:
out- i.: ��� and bol liuj u] thi i oke
wttli which hi wui i.e.nr ti -to th
fin    bi   i an:   child  could  tel
hun    when     11    wai     manufactured
Th    v ���.        |ou_   lileui ���    brokei   b
the scbonlmistres. who 'emarkednerv
'���;, ��� ���:;,- iuch information wu not
mentioned    in   CornweU's   geography
"Sn." si.io .to-lniii: " .rrv-el", ur
Ufl. "
Electric Railway Service
Inctr-uroar.   ume.
Car     fo    V : :     ive
station    will   :���:.  ^v-
hour I     n 5:50 a   m. to 11  ;
m. e.<     ting at '       ind 8:3
j   m     fi .1   ho ii     .::-    w
run   from   Centra     Park
Van.    ive   onlj.
City Limits Line���Service from
��� . 1    .. :..   -    1       m.
20 Minut- Service���No rranster.
Hetween VS and 2 and ;> an.: 7.
30 Minute Service during re
mainder or day. lranater at
Leopold  1'iace.
Suntlay   Servici   half-hourlj   be-
' ee       a.n    an    I
Sapperton  Line.
15  Minute Service froi    6.2a   ..
i    ...i..    excej    between
1- an 1  2,  an 1 5  and  7. during
which hour-' the service wi
hal��-nou."i.
Sunday  Service   nalt-nourly  oe-
tween 8.30 a.m. an.l 11 p.m.
A   NurT,,.      Smi,���u_..
"Tom front door is uniu.iked. sir!"
shouted the policeman v bei be round
that Mr Careless Householder had
pone to hed without attending to bii
inetrs
��� it - al right," replied the burglar
t- ui. 'in iiedvnnn. wind.iv a mlnuti
later; "m\ sou will lock It when Incomes    bome      Here's   ii    Bhllllng    for
you."
"An ensile earned bob " Chuckled the
poiifemm. as he walked awa.
"A narrow squeak " snid the luiri-'lar.
with a Htieei nmnd lii^ shoulders
'Ten," replied hi- accomplice whose
hands were tight..' clasped over poor
Mr. Careless Householder's nimitb -
London Express
They Hadr.'l Beer.  Around.
'Are there ni honesl men in tli.
world ?"
"Well, l wouldn't Baj that, as I sai
not personally acquainted with ell ol
them."
* British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd X
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Selling Out $20,000 Stock
F.very article oi- piece of furniture in our establishment at
actual cost without, reserve First come, tirst served. We
nefi! the cash and you want the _-ood. ,~ThisXi a chance
of a lifetime.
W. E. FALES,
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71i and 718 Columbia St.    Poor Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street,  t,
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Absolutel
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PURE
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IS THE. FLOUR
MANUFACTURED
B^    -   THI
OF   EBURNE
A ladj ���    ������ 'gel ���'��� say
I IVI P E R I A L
wh^n she wants to obtain tho vory best Flour
X'ci ������.' is not easily obtainable, but you get it if
y<*>u order Imperial, made from tho finest selected
xx'-to       "'.',n in the great Northwest.
Unexcelled for Pastry.
Try lt
Bakors, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for  Terminal, and see that you get it.
The Easterbrook Milling Co.
THOS. R. PEARSON I McQUARRIE &   CO.,   Local Agents.
VIA.NAGER
2S  Front St
Colu,rrto��a Sfr^er.
N),o Hank of Commerce
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THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY.
-Fresh shipment of-
Turkeys and Geese
Specially Selected for New Year Trade
REDUCTION   IN   PRICES
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
SOCIAL ANDJPERSONAL
uEctEiEE^ for this column -hould be ad-
dressed "6 .ial Editor, Daily N<-��-. P.O.
Box 402, New Westminster	
resent  line cf
Morey's
TOYS, all kinds, from 5c to $7.50 ea.
DOLLS, all styles and prices
FANCY GOODS, a beautiful selection ; useful, pretty, inexpensive
FINE CHINA, a splendid assortment
Come and See the Grand Display at
MnQFVS Columbia St.
ifi V_/l\X-_f  JL      kJ      New Westminster
l ,
THE
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WHITE HOUSE
NEW   ARRIVALS
IN
Ladies' Collars and Belts
i
The Daintiest we have ever shown
A. J. BIRTCH, 275 Columbia St.
A meeting of the Ami Tuberculosis
Society was held yesterday afternoon !
a the residence of Mrs G. D. Brym-
ner to arrange about the entertain-
ment which is ;o be given shortly in j
the Opera House and which is certain
to be a most enjoyable affair.
Arthur   Lawrence of  Melita was  a
visitor  in the city yesterday.     He  is , 0ur
spending a few months at the coasl
recuperating after a severe attack of
uphold fever.
A. Hell is spending a few .lays wi:h,
his family a-  Chilliwack.
Alderman Henley, whn was confined to the house for a day or two in |
consequence of a slight surgical opera-   Percolators
tion  on   his  foot,  was  able  to  attend.       Serving Dishes
the council meeting last night.
W. Turnbull.  who bas been under
treatment in the Royal Columbian hos-
: Ital for some time past, is now well
on the way to complete recovery, and
will  be able to leave that institution!
shortly,     Mr. Turnbull  was  recently   \\. invlti  you ti   ci I and examine.
operated "ii for gall stones, and bas
been   progressing satisfactorily   ever 	
i Ince.
I*. G.   Sl >:s:jii:li.  of  Alluvia,  ar: Ived
i::  the city yesterday afternoon, and
i.   registere 1 a: tlie Colonial.
Patrick linn'.:... ..f Vancouver, was
a  visitor in  the city yesterday aftei
noon, ioming over in connection with
u   business  enterprise,     .Mr.   Doni llj
has recently opened offices at the cor- ========^   FOR
ue:-  of   Seymour  an   Pender   streets,
uid is now .ii.i:.^ a high class financial business
FURS
NEW YEARS GIFTS
Useful-Ornamental at Reduced Price
���sl
It is just as we expected   tht
Nickel Plated Copper Ware
i-   strictly of the  highest  quality including.
Tea and Coffee Pets
Cream and Sugar Dishes
Five   O'Clocks.
Chafing   Dishes.
ANDERSON X LUSBY
ie greater p0Tfm ,
our Ladies'and Children's Furs were sold dur
last few weeks.
ur'��?���i.
Here are some lines, though, which did not ft;
ready purchasers, and on these we make lowp/
such as will clear them all out before the end oh*'
year.
Black Imitation Pi rsian  '..������:��� ��� R ifl
Black Imitation  Pi rsii a  Lamb
Black Imitation Pen ti n 1 an I   R ifl
It'
V.
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Sable  Ruffs;   3 onl) ; rej    ar price $> | -.^
Sealette and  Sable S<i rm Collai
Long Huff, Miiskrat, a -   ��� ndi I fu
Grej Persian Lamb, oni  on     $l.".oi
Grey Persian Lam , one i        1
Si alette Scarf, ti lmm< I  ������ I h M li
i li.  only Chinchilla and Sealetti   c
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eighteen Ruffs in such fun  a1   Sea etti
i' ilar price t ��� '    t.   .'��� oo   .-,. A $3.71
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INSURANCE
against Fire
W. S. COLLISTER & CH1
uroi ANNOUNCES        i
SPECIAL MEETING
ami
Water  Front   Lessees  Invited to  Meet
Cty   Councl   Next  Friday   to
Discuss   Terms.
I
11-2   ACRES
Assurance
In Real Estate investments
cnsult
WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia St.. New Westminster
Phone 85.
PERFUMES
GALORE!
All the Leading Lines, put
up in suitable packages for
The   Holidays
OUR  FACILITIES
for selling City Real Estate are well known.
If you own a house and lot, or other property
in the city, WE CAN SELL IT.
To anyone who purposes buying, we have
on our list properties that will suit, both in
point of  price  and  location.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US
FOR
OO
Cash
In the West End.     Handy to proposed new tram
line. Don't delay buying this for a quick turnover
Mayor Keary last evening announced his  intention  of calling a  special !
meeting of all water front lessees, the :
I members of the city council, and the,
aldermen elect, in order that the whole
question   of  the water  frontage   may
be thoroughly discussed.     The meet-
inn  has  been  fixel  to take place on'j
Friday, Jan. 4, In the city hall.    The'
city clerk has been Instructed to sen.I
out   invitations   to  all  the   lessees ���
atten'i the meeting.
The object   of   the  meeting   Is   to
discuss the renewal of several leasi -
'an'l othei   matters of Interest  which
.may be brought up.   The members of ALSO _____________________________________________
thi    outgoing   council   will   therefor.
an opportunity    ...  registering  BRUSH and COMB CASES �� II |T��    TO   ORDER
their views on this important subject,   TQAX/ci IMC   crTC
while the aldermen elect will be abli    IKAVC.LI1VK*  _)��./_>
���'   secure   valuaSie  information   con-
eerning th.   river frontage.   Tlie meeting promises to bi largely attende I.
THE DOMINION TRUST COltA
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
Columbia Street, next Bank of Commerce
$20 AND UP
Westminster
Transfer Co,
Malins, Coulthard & Co.,
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
NEW CHINA
- New   Glassware -
ME P4TRICIBE
AROUSES INTEREST
Cut and Made on the Premises
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia Bt
TOILET SETS, Etc., etc.
A good supply at
Baggage delivered promptly tc ��J ,
T.A.Muir&Co's THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR "" -'"
drugstore        ,_��� Light and Heavy Han.
24 7 Front Street     -      New Westminster         O . ,MI |
Ellard Block.         -         New Westminster                                                                                       'iffice 'Phone 1 v, Hum TOM'"
Lega: ty   cf   Cc.rrm.trr.ent   of   Lunatics
to   State   Prison   May   be
Deci.ed.
Just Arrived-
-< For >-
-Christmas Trade
We will he pleased to have
YOU   CALL   AND   INSPECT   IT.
ADAMS & DEANS
THE CITY GROCERY
Growing Appreciation
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID INCREASING DEMAND  FOR OUR
.. Sugar Cured =====
Beak fast Bacon and Ham s
Olyn        Di ". j- - The commitment
ol  i-*1 lm     Sloan I i the state penitentiary has arouse 1  m ich Interesl  bere
'���   I-'   of thi   fai ��� thai the state bu-
.   " ' ".'    .   --��� ! upon the qui -
tion of the c-ominitmi nl of an Insane
.'������'' ite : rlson.    July 11
Inst, ��� .���    ',.������   ��� i    ��� ���;.,  eoun hei I that
1 '���' ������'������        '���'���     '   I lie 1   his   father
i'i  Ch' ���.   an I   was ordere I
' to.:. [ted ��� . the state penitentiary
��� ��� lulttal on an Insanity finding
���to.^ projierly In thi state prison. Labi attorneys foi Brown appeare i
'" fore 1 idge 11 infoi I In the federal
court in Tacoma an I obtained his re
lease on a writ of habeas corpus, Ju Ige
Hanford holding thai the state law
provi ling in;- the commltmenl of criminal Insane was ttnoonstitutionaJ. it
"ill be Interesting to note whether
Federal Judge Whitson of the Eastern
district of Washington, before whom
any application for habeas corpus for
Sloane, wlll go, will follow the decision of the supreme conn of this state
nr of Federal Judge Hanford,
As a Matrimonial Agent.
Matrimonial tickets are supplied by
the Canadian Pacific railway to set-
tiers in the northwest provinces who
wish to make a journey In order to;
secure a wife. On presenting the return coupon aitji the marriage certificate the settler Is entitled to free
transportation for his bride,
ffi
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LIMITED
y to
Let ll be our happiness thin da
add tn the happiness of those around
ub, to comfort some sorrow, to relieve
want, to add Bome strength to
.. :  neighbor's virtue.
1906���1907
New ^ar's Greeting
>     ..... ��� i than", our numerous real estate and general clients foi
; isi patronage, and to express the hope  thai   relations thai have been ���������
������  iall.   pleasanl  and  satisfactory maj  be continued during the ensuing
year.    We have done a large volume nf business   with the  public during
the year now closing, involving some large real estate transfers,    Man)
of these deals were with clients who have been business friends for yea'
and many new accounts have been opened wiih people Benl to us b) sal
I-1 I clients,    'l'n ihos-.' who read ihis card   of   thanks,   and   who are nol
clients of ours ,we can safely promise satisfactory business relations If oui
services as real estate, financial and Insurance experts are employed,  V\e
extend to all-our best wishes for a Happy and  Prosperous New Yea'.
F. J. HART & CO..  Ltd.

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