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 1909.
FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Wf1     'ebtminbter, b. c
NEW  Wc
VO
,UME
S   m IER   l''-;
LirE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
STi.lt.   B.  C .   SATI'lih        MORN _UGUST  Jl
1908,
FIVE CENTS PI-'.v COPY.
i
tj_ BAN FROM
PHEASANT SHOOTING
CALL FOR TENDERS
TO REFLOOR BRIOIil.
Auto Full of Ladies Plunges
Into Ravint on Eburne Road
ire,
npui
Provincial   Government   Will   Let  Con
tant Alterations   Madej       tract   for   Constructing   of   New
Plank   Roadway.
inGanit. i;.   Nations By
New Ord<        ouncil.
���
������ bridge to the hot  l.. ding   to the    ridg,
fori.   t.ei   below ln-.v1' ei I the
I
1
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1  ,
Ducks, S*
..
.open seas
,1   .Ml-'
rent Is-
regula-
ning ni
in thlt   prov-
ii       matei ai
wh ch
-.imi
lerably
iiii ii
pheai ani
on     for
aln   hni'
Snipe.
���
ni;,.
Tendi i - are called In i lii   ti
sue   nl    lie     ll    ('    I,  ,   ���
lng of a   new   fli
\. W    \\     .111,111
i li    roadway  o|   thi
i   co-npo ��� l ���,       i
renewi d   Blnce
opi ned   mi i   ih.   lmn ���
traffic  which  dall}   : i'    .
ably.   The tact I
is distributed preti
ti hole ol i he roadwa     i.v |
to  no  parti,   ,
c III: i III   to  dl I Idi
ind   noi
���
1'   i i
.   turned  a  com-
���   iii   tin    fall,   was  lhe
Ol    Ml       A,   C.
Vancouver, with two
���:    B    littll     glr] :
ii   : '. in happen
... cne IRtle
escapi
.    ;���::���,: OW
: -      ,.,  ii iracle
th* machine es-
one
Ol     ll
place   ""     the
in   ,    Mac-
ni   Mi.   North Ami        'il
_ lllli
'
'I'll
across  the ra-
, i id. ii
on ih,- wi i gra        1 li i  ,1 thi
i' ;i ��� '���'       ind auto plunged
forward   on   to   I era tied
ii the rallli ded foi   i mo
'a       -ui   thi   , ,| e   : I,lng   ih.    i n
little girl a i    < imp o it   and
ih, n  plunged ovei   Into the ra\ Ine.
mi  ii .   wa.   dow ii  li   turned  a  com-
pl te  somi    au nding on   ll       de
from Hi   auto   among the li ������ low,
���i il ���,"i had rei
from   ilivr   daze    they     made    their
t knowi ���   v  ; irnrrs, and
n       : wa   ��� ins1:, il i!    n to i le auto,
v hauled to  th     road
B li ' v      It    wa
ll. ��� v nn li--   unlnjuri d,  and  the  ladle*
to tra v   to  Vancou
GOVERNMENT .111 SELL     UNION-MADE HARNESS
wm mm m\     IN SLIGHT DEMAND
Several   Hundred  Acres   N'-ar  Bldwell
Bay  to   Be  Placed on  Market   in
Fall.
Vug    20.   Sev, ral   hun
li imlnlon   governmi nl
^   ,,i,   the    north |
v ���     i,.  it
... __), main- forms ol ti : d
��� v ii led from  after  Augusi   v.   .,
28,   while of Public  Work , Vici
alt- nt Hi".-    flee ni  A. .1. Sklna
i iciober   1   . er Inspector   Vancou ,        md al
v  Februarj   28 Governmenl   offices,    New    Wi
ster.
"in the ���i"1"'       Km li proposal must v  accompa
,;   ,. ��� ���    throughout   by   an   acci pted   ban.   ch   pie
portion ��'i  tne  payable to the Honourable the Mm-
������   found  and  ter of   Public  Woi ,.s   In  th
$2	
AUTO LAUhLLS FIVE LAMPAItiN STAIillD
OUMNTS TO IJLAIH       ON FAKE ADVEHTISING
Four of Victims  Are  From  Vancouver   Associated Advertising Clubs of Atner-
-Plungjd From  Bridge  to  Bay
Thirty feet Below.
ica to Strong.y Denounce Sensationalism   in   Convention.
��� a   Richmond,
|li> fti . I   Yale   di-' rlcts,
I: ll, Kent   munici-
i|| 15      tO      I"'
ImSer
"'. '���'            '   r   Grouse.
til ��� ���   tor  -i" . ,   ��� ���
I ption  ol   prairie
I I icini.c,. 15 i��� lie
\:. " iow evei   does   not
Wi -i  Kootenay In
lions  Will  remain
11
Ik v ��� ... si agon for the
BDtllj als on the Main
I tn  extend   from
Ml ��� tuber   15      Thi lr
k't tin in ted  between   ���-- p
mi.or   15,
i    dlvi le l   Into
a   ' ��� '   framing of the
I- Ions, ih.   dividing
|Hi i   Qualtcum  river,
i.'i   Albi 'in  canal.
f ill ��� pen season toi dee-
. ��� from i ictober i to Decern
irthern division the
!"-��� .u,i   last   from  S p
," r 15.    This will
I''    . u Charlotte  islands
���v' ��� a   r -gulatlons   will
���   Kal en  Island, the
the Kik River re-
* , It awn in th,   'i' '
1 ' ta   for  .   ��� 8e  pn-
' irder  In  council  of
��� sent war has been
sanded,
SALMON REMAIN
SCARCE IN RIVER
l.diiisvile,  K.v..  Aug.    19.���Jusi    as
thi   ���    i     sm li  a  I hliag  as  J elli.w   jour-
iiiilisin.   so   there   Is   >��� llovi   adv i
'I here  may  b\   som,. go "l    fi a-
tirou_.il  ':,,���  vii-   tin-.,  a.mui   yellow   new-   stories,   but
i  rn i Deadman        ...  the A- ociai d  Advertising  i    i   -
i., a:   fourth a b  and    And-  America   do  not   regard    .--  low'   ud
treel   and plunged Into the   ay,  v  rtislng   matter   a    legitimate,    ami
occui o death In the have, therefore, promised to sli dov.u
wai :     'lie   victims were:  M --��� ^gnes oi   li liard at the convention   hen  on
< Vancouver;  Miss  Maggii Paul   ��� igu il  26 and
'��� ug.  20    Fi..   ,	
n i ol   an
���      ��� ., -   dl     I     V. huh      Ol '
, ;   nlghi     '��� In n   a   big   Vi ii.iton
���
Vancouver
dred   ������
lands   at    In
arm   ol    Iln :    i
ilte   for
-lliillni'l'    I
acn   tracts and \
:  this fall,   i
be  conducte l   li; g
I : ,    at' a   in
aboul     three    i w       bvyond     Ri i
point   and   wit'  *   thL.   rallwa;
The    Intei loi     "J ari until    had
liltlu riu   hei n    a   a    .
\\ ii).  It, owing '_������   ile   exii ti nee ol   i
tim, I.,, lease,    ,*'    i  wa    ��� am
cenlly.    The  v.     ivis mi   v i
being cai ii- ,1 oui   bj   M r   A   \v. Johnson, Dominion land survej or, v, ho wa i
. bed ii' Ittawa     it I      ��� lng
don mi lines thai wil] harmonize
with, the physical configurations ol
the land, which, unliki mosi portion ���
o| ��� ��� north arm, has a gradual ascent from the shore and is w< 11 eo\
ered   with   soil
it   is   probable   thai     the    gOA  rn
men:   will reserve i w   of the wal '
from   in  order  to  insure  the  public
securing ace..-   foi  all time to com ���
Deputation Waits on Trades
Council���No Delegate For
Congress at Quebec.
ROCK INTEHCEP1S
WRECKED ENGINE
Canners Have Given Up All
Hope of Putting Up Full
Pack This Year.
\li-    .1    clvin.   Vancouvei     Mrs.  M.  M. Grothe,  Vancouver;
Ira Parry, the driver, and part owner
ol tin   automobile
The  bodi ia    of    Parry    ami    Mrs.
1,     ii.   were    recovi n I    a.oui    	
ui luck ibis morning, some    dl
from the sc. a.,
la  the  water.
Higher  Ideals In   Advertising"    is
iii    subject under wh ch this pha i o
tie.   buslnea    will     ,   discussed,   and
it will be handled by Louii   Scurlock,
Ol     l\::ll   .:       Cltj ll    is    saiil    th   '    I 'I '
conv' iii ion   will  adopt   si rong
tions denouncing  ih ��� ' tak '   ad., and
oi the wreck, Boating  will  Insist  thai   'lv advertisement tell
t    ���   truth   and   avoid   sm  al Ion ,:isin.
��� _  Advertising   lms   become   a    .rat
Salmon continued scarce n the nv-  F1RE DESTR0Ys and  legitimate  business." said    Kims
i  yesterday, ie* of the boats taking HALL COMPRESSOR  Spencer,   fifth   vice-president    of   tin
than   Beventj   ,,.   eightj     rish _  inization, today.    "Millions of dol-
Lasi   night   tlie.   were  still  far  -rom      Nelson, Av. 20.    Vl  5 o'clock    '..   i       ai      penl every day In exploiting
plentiful   and   trom   reports    ecei\ d  tenjay ,,���,.,u���u ar. ,i,..;,,, ed U��l      commerce of this nation, and as
sbortlj   befor,   midnighi   u  look' I   Is of DUtidings ai  the headworl the spread ol take methods would un-
'I  the avi    igi   this  mom��|   would  hi    Hal]   Mln,_    j:|. .    _.  ...    ,,   .       , ,     ,   .  me the prosper!.,   of the whol
In  thi   nelgl I ol  only sixty or  -,,,,.   fi]i.   Btarteu   j���   tlle   compressor*advertising   world, cl an.   honest   and
seventy to the boai I plant  from  an   unknown  cause    and  upright  methods musl  be adhered to.
Run   Is  on   Way,
Another Effort to Be Made
-Engine in Shallow Water Close to Shore.
The O] ��� v.. ty of the
G.N.R. (in1 ia   li it  li   the accident at
Word   has   been   received   from   'I"'
ii... .���     of the  rivi r to the effect  that
the Bai n in., moie  pl< nl tui there
ami it is hoped tha a Bchoo] maj pass
up the stream whn  the *'1 *h\
season  comes  to an  end  on  B
evemlng.
Report -      have      be. n      receivi d
from the gulf to the effei t thai a grea
school   of   humpbacks   is  on   th.   waj
to the river,   it Is expected that ihe.
will  commence  to  enter  the   Ffaswr
about th middle of the coming week.
The canners do not, how-ever, regard
this as  necessarily  meaning thai   thi
ki       i un is in an en I.    li Is    re-
n , mi.. !������ il thai In 1905 large numbers
of   h iv,   arks   passed   up   the   river
from ni-ivit   sources before the coinm.ct_c.meni of the !���'' '
_��.  has be_ ��� wel. ���'- -ni,,, whll, ii lasted rivalled the
Y' ' ���   Bhem-e, and the al .'"" *arHer'n,^'L8,?e_.n;_
ovemor  n noi  Imnn. 0n^ Half Pacf'
the  news  has    been      rl'   t(l   ""   Pre8enl     the    cannera
, 'M '[mat,,   that   only   about   370 001    cases
tungcontalns a long '"'"> '""n P���� ��P,ln ,1"' Kll""r V"'Y
ug   against     what     ll   '"'l   Vancouver   districts    :.-'M'l"'^
3w.nd.le." "'  about   870,000  cases  In   1905     All
hope has now been practically  aban-
AFRICAN  BILL (toned of making up  a  full  pack this
HAS   THIRD    READING   >'ar-
cause
destroyed   th.    compressor    building ..d\  rtist: ���   Is   so   Importaiat   a   com-
an 1 machinery, tram waj and terminal modlty that those who handl'e li can
building- the    tramwaj    la       ���       il  ���������������    iffoni   to    employ    questionable
Ing  It.'
fEW DlAtlnND   FIELDS
ARE  LARGELY   MYTHICAL
The  governor    or
' ��� has issue! a notice
tors gainst  being too
I      ''     ',, the value ,,f the new
!'.    ' : a   Herman   Soulliw.si
v ������
mil's   long   ore   bins   and   a
smith   sh ip,     Thi    los       i!    not   ex
i e ,| $15, , ta rly wi li insured. The
office, transformer building, bunk and
a ��� houses and machin- ry in the
upper mine workings were saved. The
mine will e closed down for some
time to come, until the n 'W buildings
etc. ar.   erected
:.    an-   of
BRITISH   WARSHIP
Th . la i  ne eting ol  th.  New  ^    t-
,     tormini    I mlnsti r i rpdes end  Labor Council in
I'ii'-. s, are iv'.'.   'lu- Od   ���   ov,     hall    efon
acre and  hall    fer to I v  ol I I irang . hai] nr .���������, unthi
_ pl I ,,u    ii   street,   took   place   las;   evi nln  .   ' he
,.    tli   will  Uk        vici     ���   idi h'    H   I-;   Monte ih.  In  th i
blic  auction chair     Unforl unati Ij   t: i        did
tlon    is    located  nm    v   Itself ln a po Ition to fl   M ha
i v  [und   to     nd a d ,     to
the   annual   ii ade     ,vi   Lab ���,   '   n
Ol    I 'Hl.eia     In   he   hei I   11   Q ic-
bec,   commencing   Si ptemb r  - ',   al
was done lasi  year,
Want    Union    Saddlery.
A   delegation   from  the   Vancouver
local  ol   Mi    Leather  Workers   Li n
attended, and aski d th co im il to en>
a motion that the "nv , label
on goo I sol i slio'il I be on ��� . ���' nl
that no ��� a,bil' rj equ pm nl �� ll li mt
the label should be pi i mitted In future  to take  par!   In  laboi   d ij  * ���ia-
lil-llti'l:
The   members    oi   the    del      '   'i
ii the Idea was i<, replace the '"'-
:,,' ted Eastern Canadian harm s, v
local materials, and to make the mat-
t,.]. effective the teamsters who were
the principal purchasers ol harness?
must be organised tato a union. Suctt
they were seeking to do in Vancouver, and hoped the Westminster
teamsters would also be organised.
Delegate Stoney, tti,. district organiser, said li.- would look into the l("':il
situation,
The council unanimously  endorsed
the resolution submitted to them.
Labor  Day   Festival.
Th Labor Day committee reported
that all arrangements had been completed lii|- the celbralion nn Sepl m-
ber fi, and a final meeting to attend tc
details would be called before tnat
event. A program of "T Items, exclusive of the ball in the evening, iris
'.en arranged, which included a football  match   In  the  morning,  and   ,,eu.
the Rriise-'  Hi on  June  ''���' Ier amateur lacrosse i" tl"' afternoon
may  todaj   b   crowne.i   w.tl   success Bell'ngham  will send a  party to as-
if   the  rock   whi      lies   between   tne
tis:
IS
Slieerness.   Kngland,
RE-FLOATED
\iit_
��� ii.inc.  now  lying ofl   Monk's  wharf,
and thg shore can be a tol&t d
Diver Cook wcui dow u : esti rda ���
evening, and found tha the rock
rend-, red the derrick powerless to
move the heavy locomotive, though
in shallow water. Asslstai iperln
tendent V. C. Devery, ol Ever tt, who
is in charge of the recov ��� operations ('(insider- that the ' '->v i
lying on the rlghl  Bide,
The chairman commended the com-
mltt.e on ths excellent .vmk done bo
far in preparing; for the testlval,
The Clothes Incident
J. P. McMurphy reported on the
refusal of Delegate Lev. of the Vancouver Tailor's Union to apologise I"
Delegate Stonej for untrue charges
brought against him of noi wearing
union-made clothes, and Bald ;h . Vmr
couver Trades' Council  had apologls-
20.���The
I'.i i'   li  first-class battleship  Agamem
mn.   which   stranded  on    the   Long jjine of uction shall be taken I ��� r.isi
Tht. fire spread 'o Sauls range, while engaged In targel   jt     |f t),e effort [8 unsuccessful today
more si'"(if:(' explanation ol Hi.   posl- ,.,, t0 hlm    T))e counci] pagBe(j ;iJ:es.
tion  of  th,
ers   before
locomotive  from  the dlv
deciding  whi 'hei   anothi i
tailors   1111:011
and the presl-
unidi demand-
Toad  Mountain In sight of the city,
as
Is
thi    idjointng Imsli and  th,. crown of practice, was re-floated al 2.30o'clock  t)l. derrick will be removed
yesterday  afternoon  with the  assist-  required elsewhere
ance of tugs, and  proceed" I  to  Mar-1    g|nc_  the company has spent over
tho
_"���
h Is ���
PO.TH
is   burning   fiercely,  threatening    to
make a very serious bush fire. Gold
Commissioner Unity Wright sent a
ion. of men up the hill yesterday to
flghl  the  fire
Hush fires are reported al Grand
Forks and between Far. ni and Castle-
gar, on the C. P. H line. Th,. fires
at Bonnlngton and Salmo are reported
under  r< tit roi.
All the Kootenay is Buffering severely for want of rain and further fires
are  feared.
olutlon calling on tb,
to thresh the mail r,
il'i.ii to write to that
iiiy  a  retraction.
Householders   Vote.
A  notice of motion tu elect  the of-
gate for examination of her hull.
$:u  on the aocldent, th.   officials do ��cers   annually,   instead   of   twice
EXPLOSIONS   SHAKE
RUINED   OSAKA
not    intend   to   abandon   the
without  a determined effort.
engine
���Y    ; -"-The South     Afrl-!
[ '���'���   bill   passer]   through
' rnltte, yesterday,    An-dum  Blgned at   Mukden
II..
P
���  wns rejected, an 1 on
'  was  passed  to  third
PHao ^
���
.tig,  20,
i'i   11
of hi.
miitli |-
in
(].
I
Is
111.
Purposi
Railway   Dispute   Settled.
Tokyo,    Aug.    20.���The    memoran-
by  represen-
made  to atiieiiil    the   taiivs   of   ihe  .lapum-v   and   Chinese
thai sunators must re governments  virtually   cio��'s  thc.Iap-
European    descent. anese-Chlnes, controversy
Acordlng to th_ t-rms of 'his memorandum China agrees to afford th-
Japanese ever',   assistance In the TC'
construct on     Of   the     Aiitiin- Mukd.n
railway   am]   withdraws  all   Ivr  objec-
ALLCWED   GRANT   lions  therein.
Announcement nf the sen lenient ol
all pending questions thai have serv-d
10 disturb ihe friendly relations   be-
twen   Japan   nnd   China   will   ],.- made
officially within a shun time  The arrangements   of   tbe   differences   relator Com-   ing   to   the   Antnn.-Mukden     railwav
in   a
note to the powers.
Osaka,  Japan,  Aug-  20.���This    ci'
was shaken  today  by  the  tremendous j
explosion  of    two    milita-y     powder |
magazines at  2 o'clock this morning.
Four soldiers were mortally wounded,
many were seriously hurt and a great ,
number of buildings destroyed by the
shock.    Thoii'inds of  refugees    from
Butte,   Mont..   Aug.   2u.���Search   is   the recent conflagration  which  wiped
being mad-,, today for   Joseph   N'evins.   out   one-fourth   of  the   "'>'���     thought
who Is wanted in connection with the  th.. exp'osirti was nn earthquake and
murder yesterday at  Armsted ofShat- there   waa    terror    and     widespread
GERMANY   LEADS  IN
RACE   FOR   KNOWLEDGE
year, was  read,  and  will come up at
the next meeting.
The need of more household voters
qualifying, only about 50 having don1-
so yet, wag r.ferreJ to by Delegate
Stoney, and sent back to the local
unions for attention before November 1, the last day tor receiving
claims at th. city clerk's offlce.
Miscellaneous.
L. Netherby. of the Typographical
union, wns obligated a delegated to
the council.
The council will move Into tho npw
tuck Doyle,
panic throughout the city.
ROADWAY FDS MOTORS
THROUGH IHE ALPS
IS
The-  debt   incur-
Bhackleton    and
family  over his
edition is t��� be llqul-
govemment    Mr   As-
Project   For   $1,000,000     Thoroughfare
Is   Backed   by   Touring  Club  of
France
������������ ���",".! i" the Hous,
Ith, ''   ly   ,h:U   he   would   ask will probably b immunicated
to  vote  $10il.nilii  for  that
because ah,, ettfbraced Socialistic prin
ciples is revealed In a will of Mr   Al
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St.   Ixmis   Mo���   Aug.   20���The   hal-
Mass.,  Aug.   20.���It   was loon   "Missouri"  ascended  at   Peoria.
'.   that Dr. C. Barker has  111.,   last   night,   nnd  passed over  Tll-
reilucing      President  den,  111.,  nt  noon  oday.  having  trav-
lln.   by   seven   inches. eled  a   distance of  150  miles.
pench Finish Conq
uest
of African Province
London, Aug 19.���The highest Alpine roadway in Europe suitable tor
motor tourist traffic is about tc be
constructed by French engineers, it
will open up a beautiful country in
the four picturesque southeastern de- frvd Richards, of 47 Gordon Square
partments of France which have an(j is Finsbury circus, auctioneer,
been hlthvrto inaccessible save by la- who m,a \6&v'oe an estate of the vai-
borlous   travelling  along  mule  tracks.
The highway wlU start from Thon-  Ue  ol  S5-".'^"-
on, on the Lake of Geneva, and  will      Mr.   Richards  had  two    dau^ht-rs,
wind  serpentine  fashion  through  th. Ethel Mary and Gwendoline Florence
Haute    Savoie,      Hauts    Alpes    and |
Berlin, Aug. 20.���Fresh evidence in
support of Germany" claim to a foremost position ii the matter of university education w-as brought to
Ugh' in statistic, just published regarding attendance at higher educational institutions of be empire.
Figures based  on    present     attend-
ance  show-  the  growing  demand    for labor hall on September 1.
university   education   has   resulted   in H.   Schofleld.     treasurer,     reported
an Increase aggregating 14 per cent in that  the financial  statement  for the-
total  (number  of   university   students six   months  ending   June  30,   showed
as   compared   with   last   year.     Of   21 a  lab'tic  in hand of $20.    Sine,, mon
Institutions  reported  upon, only    one other money had come In and the fl-
fena,   shows    decreased    attendance, nances were in a healthy condition.
d that sli-ht.
An   Interesting   feature   of   the     re- The   local   camp    of   the     Sons    or
port   is  the  evidence  it   affords  as  to Scotland,   Lord   of   the   *:1''S.   will   bo
tb,.  Intellectual  need-  and  am Hum- well represented at Seattl, today, for
With  of the modern young German.    A.ppl. the  Scottish  Societies'    day.    Among
jcntk.is  for instructions In  mathema- those coin, down from this city ara
tics   political economy,   natural    scl- Alexander  Adams.   Kenneth  ana  Gil-
ences, philology,  medicine and    den- berl   Adams.   Pipe:-   McGruier,   Capt.
tistry show ,i marked Increase. ('roll.   Sydney   Croll,   W. Sutherland,
                               j   'on  the othe,- hand, the number Of Mrs.   Sutherland,   Edith,   Mary     ami
I student-   taking   courses   in  law   and Hugh   urqunart.fi     The   Ruperl   City
London,     Aug.     20.���The     unusual   Ji,00ioRical   branches  either  have   fai- conveys them from Vancouver to tho
event of a daughter being disinherited   len off or remained unchanged. Sound.
DISLIKED DALGHTEKS
POLITICAL PRINCIPLES ��
Rich   Father  Cut   Her   Off
Only  a   Modest  An
nuity
Declare War on Standard
Oil Carrying Monopoly
Basses Alpes down to Nice.   Tlie P'1' [t1.(k.O. while she remained B splutter,
ject has been backed by the powerful |T '
Pa
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 20.���Open war-1 eluding Canada, will be exploited and
���r ,  ,,     f,,r,���      i,    i.f.   ,,    ,, mv , nr' f are upon  the  Standard Oil company  several  big lake   tank  stations  alons
To the former he left an annuKy ot ,^J <W o.w ^ ^ ^    declared Y_ C,1R,_ of ,akps wI1] be erected
by the Independent Oil companies. The promoters  confidently    ,believ_
Touring Club of France, and its estl-lMd In th_ event of her marriage a. j,-y,r yei,r_ the big company ha3 ex Ithat the new organization will also
mated cost, close to $1,000,000, ls nut'legacy of $2,500, and thenceforth a vrcised un absolute monopoly in the I force rate concessions from the rail-
excessive ta view of its length, which'life interest in a trust fund of $25,000.  oil trade on the great lakes, but now j roads.
is, roughlv Speaking, 300 miles.   Over Subject to these provisions he left ll1e It is proposed to make a fight through 	
\tiK. 20.���NVIW8 has just been , to  ..xDlorers   who   like Vogel    Cuny part of the way roads already in ex   residue of  hiB  property  to  his  wife, the medium of a thoroughly equipped
1 ber0 that Lieut   B01.rr.au �� and  B^mann   1 a.- successive.v  lost  is.ence will be made  use of. with ultimate residue to his cnlidren,  fl^et of oil steamers, which  will  ply
'���"' "' 187 than__��_.t a ,       their l���n attempting to explore It.     The new route to the Riviera will other than his daughter Gwendoline,;directly in the path of the Standard
ma��hlne tmn.   , S mdtwo'    _on.^ln���  .he __otun.   nf Abeshr, reach its helghest point at the   sum- in equal shares.   He had made by his Oil vessels.    Already the nucleus of J
has captured  the city  th���  "�����,,'   Y.I    emmtrv   an  anec- mit of the Col d Ueran, from which a will  th0  same provision  for each  of'the _e_t has been secured and witnki,
dot. is told of'Lieut  Borrea'u  who on superb   view  is  Obtained   at  an   altl- his   daughters,  but  revoked  Gwendo- [a short Um, the opposition will begin
den'artine with  hi. 18.  tharnshooters,  tude of 9,085  feet,  which  beats    the line's  inheritance by a codicil dated 'active operations.
was   told   hv Vis   en'lonel   to   capture  famous  Stllsfer  Joch   road    on     the April last, giving as his reasons: I    The Petrol Traffic company of To-
th1 nl-ice with the loss of no more Swiss-Italian frontier, hitherto the "Wheras his said daughter Uwen- ledo, Ohio, which holds a Minnesota
than two men "Remember," said highest in Europe, by just 35 feet, dolln. had recently Joined In the charter, will bo the name of the new
th'   colonel    ���onlv two men'' The road will traverse a dozen of tlie ranks   of   the   Democratic   Socialists,  company, and already they have pur-
"But   whv "   nsked   Borreau    whose most lowly and secluded Alpine vai- wllh whose principles he was not in chased  the tank steamer Foster    W.
name   hv the  wav   means bmgman.    leva,  and  pass  over elg'it    summits,  accord, he therefore revoked all pro- Mitchell,   which   has   an   oil   capacity
������wiiY' mH_h_?_i th    colonel   "Be- etwh of respectable he'ght.    There Is vision mad.   for her or her    husband of  230,000 gallons.
" "  ''"������" me 0   ,_ .. _       _ _._. ���. ,b_���_ _.. _,   _.���, __. ,_ ���_.. _, ...._       N()t on(v lg u th_ intent|on  to
guns
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Abeshr was on.tuiv. with  the loss.pleted  will  attract autonomists from provision left to her a: life annuity of yvade the present field of the Standard
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 21
1909.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL, ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sei
thing of the value you offer ther
a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about It, he would not sell any.      You must tell the people what you have to tell, why they thould    purchase   from   y0u
'n return for their money.      Too many of ut have got tht habit of thinking that because we have been a long time  in business everyone mut< of n cettlty   know   all   abom        " "'""''
wares.      Use the  advertising columnt of The Daily News and keep abreast of the timet. ^ and 0Ur
WANTED*-YOUNG MAN WANTS
ftrst-clasa room and board. Must
bp central. State terms. Apply
W.   P.,  Dailv  News.
WANTED��� FIRST-CLASS PRESSKR.
Apply at once. Royal City Dye
Works.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSh.,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 2.'!0 Eleventh streot.
FOR RENT���NEW 5-ROOM OOT-
tage, corner of Eighth avenue and
Fourteenth street west. Apply W.
Heaton,  on premises.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber).
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
hly block, P. O. box 795.
W.   N.   DRAPER,   B.   C.   LAND   SUR-
- iveyor.      Eliard  block, New    Westminster, B.  C.
WANTED���TO
nished house,
fice.
RENT.     A     FUR-
Apply at  News Of-
WANTED���PIANO OR VIOLIN LES-
sons in part payment for room and
board; will pay $4.50 for two meals
and room- \V. Howard, Crystal
Theatre.
WANTED���TWO JUNIOR CLERKS;
must have High School certificates.
Apply Royal  Bank of Canada.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OE
Dlckens and Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street- Tel.
R481.
LOST.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
s-.'t with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Daily News offlce.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suonrban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL Estate and insurance. Phone 335. 1S6
Columbia street, P. 0. drawer 100.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
DYERS  AND  CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers arid dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The place where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING  UP    250    FOR    HACKS  AND
smart   turnout     The   Fashion   Sta
hies.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
WHITESIDE & EDMUNDS, BARRIS-
t'.-rs and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, N.-w
Westminster, W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WIIEALLEH & McQUARRll.
(F. C. Wade. K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie 1. Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 12 Lome street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster.
(Phone 143). and the Vancouver of
flee Is at No. 6, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
LOST���ON SS. TRANSFER, SATL it-
day, July 24, gold chain with heart-
shaped pearl attached. Return to
Daily News Office,
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
TO    RENT���COMFORTABLE,    FUR
nished bedrooms; reasonable terms;
S2S Royal avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN
WONKY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556, phone 334.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, batn,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C. Box 56,
City.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers In eiectrlcal machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 308. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and Insurance. Money
to  loan,  744  Columbia street.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp, Windsor Hotel.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
,1.
FURNITURE
W. E- FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PAPER   HANGING S.  DECORATING.
HUDSON,  WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster,  B.  C.
W.      MYERS    GRAY,     BARRISTER
Soiicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite 'he
Court House. P. O. Box 1��6. Telephone 64,
FREEMAN     BUNTING    _0(       .
Gulchon block.     1   0 bJWJ  1
CUSTOM      STENi URAPHv       *
Typewriting;   , ,..rH  ,   ��J
ett,;r1s' et<'-   ]   mc, oiCa
lumbla street.      1      , ..   *��� IM
THE��       is
CRYSTAL   TULA
'bla    stre_t.        )���
pictures;   lllustral
oun attractions
Monday, Wodn ���:
- 702 CO
ls-   aoviBi
! eongi;
'rop_c_mJ
aajftMsr
THE EDISON THEATSJ (
Columbia   and   Eight!    H'gHi,
moving  pictures,   llluut.j'._
Program changed Monty,vie_3
day and Friday.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FDR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 56, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block.  Sixth Btreet.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or nit IK.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' . :_|
loring.       A  new    Ilni    ol Ul
ing just In.     Button lu.im.'p
Ing and  repairing.     Room 9,8q
block.    Entrances ��;l-.. Columbia i
and .64 Clarkson st
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER        WDUliWUKMlJ
Co.,  hank, office an; store
cabinet,  stair,    showcases,
and detail  work.    Designs asd <
mates  furnished.    .1   Brooke
prletor.      Work-:  Corner El-.1
and car line.     P, 0. boi iiii fm
473.
GROCERY.
! FOR  THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-
I    cerles, phone 386.     The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
I
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's dr_g store
and "The Fair."  Columbia street.
SECONDHAND   8TORE.
WE   BUY   AND   SELL   FURNITURK
and   all   k'eds  of  new  and   second
hand goods
office.
TENDERS.
Tntiders ar,. requ  I for P'l
at the Central School lavatory.
and  specifications  at  _) offlce
A Speck, near Tram  ders close Augusi   11, 1909.
j        W.  D. GOODFELLOW, Arc
Make Tracks for This
Shoe Sale
THE SHOE EVENT of the season is on.   The calendar warns us to part
company with all our spring ond summer footwear.   We are going to
speed them on their way by taking a large slice off their prices.   The prices
we have set on our shoes���shoes made by the best shoemakers in the land,
will surpass anything in the way of shoe value that this town has ever
known. You can not afford to turn a deaf ear to this call, unless you expect
to discontinue wearing shoes.
Shoe Yourself, Shoe Your Family, Right Now
���
We're simply clearing our shelves in order to get in prime shape for the Fall season.
Our profits we'll scatter to the winds. We'd rather count money than shoes.
We've shrivelled our prices so that every dollar bill will appear to be about twice the
ordinary size.   See our window for shoe prices.   Special Saturday prices.
JOHNSTON'S
Big Shoe House, Limited.
Sign of the Big Electric Shoe. New Westminster, B. C. VUGUST
21   1909
THE DAT1     NEWS
PAGE THREB-
Awake New
estminster
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The By-Laws ill be voted on next
Wednes
Citizens of New Westminster, do not fail to vote.   Yoar vote will influence
the future prosperity of New Westminster.
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LAND   ACTS.
I.' :   Range Due.
I' .. t O. ll. Anderson, of
jacoim:.: occupation, jeweler,
Km for   permission to
J_H_. the   following     described
Mi
Commend:,. ,r a post planted in "
W I n north shore of Berrj is
>' 4th,  19011.      Appl5
ig for the whole  island, containing
0" acres mon    i less
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
11    KORD,  Agent.
^i June ; h, 1909,
Vancouver, 11. (.'., occupation fanner,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the    following    described
lands:
' Commencing at. a post planted In
hay on north shore of Kees island.
one of the Anderson group Dated
[June 6th, 1909. Applying for Uie
'whole Island, containing 160 acre-
more or less.
ALBERT HUM.
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Cth. 1909.
rainier,  intends   'o   apply   for  penirs-
scribed lands:
sion  to purchase    '.he    following tie-
Commenclng at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib is.and. Dated
June 6th, l'.'09. Applying tor the
whole island, containing 90 acres
more or less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 6th,  1909.
The Oxford Chancellor Range
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
^^^^^_ ^^^^^_ as good
Everyone huving a range should get one that will  give  perfect satis-
'faction in cooking and halting, is economical in 'he use of fuel, that ..cool     |g       Al-SWereti
to work over in the bote weather, snd also easy to operate and keep clean    , �����       _-*���_*_#��- **m +*%���
'if vou  wish to  be satisfied  In  these respects  you    will    buy    an  Oxford
jr'inge   alter   you   have   inspected   It   The prices also of these ranges are
much lower  'than   those   of   Cher    makes.      Call    In    and    Inspect our
"'sh ct of i oast   Range One.
Take notice thai Dora Anderson, of
'ancouver,. B ('.. occupation, lady,
iienlMo a . for permission to pur.
gjje '    '     wing described lands:
>~n mend at a post planted on
k�� north Bhore of Klaoi'sls Island, B
l!' Island Bouth of Turner island.
Pj>! . .I.n .,���!, 1909. Applying for
F'" '���'���   ������ Island,    40 acres  more or
DORA   ANDERSON,
^J      Per S   H.  KORD,  Agent.
i Dated J di   6th, 1909.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that John Johnson, ot
Vancouver,  B.  C-, occupat.on,    sale.
man, Intends to apply  for  permlSSloi
to   purchase   the   following   descriuio
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the nortii shore of John island, an Island between Kees island and Davies
island. Dated. June Gth. 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 60 acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON.
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 6th. 1909.
Dlsti
Ii'aacouvi.
,r,
nircl as
and>
J'lyn
In.
- asi   Range One.
���   that John    Olson,  of
��� '.. occupation, fanner,
s   for  permission   to
following    described
ai   a  post   planted  in
corner of     Davies
i   June   6th,   1909.    Ap-
a  whole  island,  contain-
more nr less.
JOHN  OI.S1.N.
i   S.   11.  KORD,  Agent.
e   vh,    19119.
New Westminster   Land   District,  District of New Westminster,
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the   following  described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1469, thence
south 20 chains, tl'ence east 40 chains,
thence north to ct.ast, thence following the toast line to point of commencement.
��� WILFRID DOUG ALU
Per Q, M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July  21st,  1909.
District  of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that James Watson, ol
Vancouver, B. C. occupation, fanner.
Intends to apply for permiss'.on to pm-
chase  the  following  described   l"��lls-
Commencing at a post plained on
lh��� northeast shore of Owl island.
Dated Juno fith, 1909. Applying lor
the whole Island, containing 160 acre.
more or less.
JAMES  WATS!i.n.
Per  S.   H.   KORD.  Agent
Dated June ��th, 1909.
Dlsl
I   Til,
of Va
iner,
to pu
land
ICon.
the so
Conipt
1908.
tontai
Bat,
(Hast  Range One.
Ice   that   Ralph   Jacobson,
'     iver,  B.  C., occupation,  far-
��� l    to apply  for permission
rchase the  following  described
���'ncing at a post planted on
utheast shore In a small hay on
���on   Island.     Dated   June   4th,
Applying for the whole island,
ning SO acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
lime 4th. 1909.
District of Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson
Intends to apply for permission to pur
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lad.,
chase the following described lands
Commencing a' a post planted n
the bay at northwest corner of Maul
Island, the largest Island In the Indian group. Dated June 6th. W0��.
Applying for the whole island, con
talnlng 60 acres more or less.
BERGETA AN__RSON.
Per S. H. FORD. Agent-
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Re part l\ acre) ot southeast quarter  of   section     12,   township   2,   New
.Westminster district.
I Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title uumber 1767a, Issued in
the nam. of William Oleson, has been
filed in  tills oflico.
I Notice is hereby given 'hat l shall
ai tin expiration of one month from
tho date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue-a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection  be
made lo me in Writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Lund   Registry   Offlce,     New   West-
nln.ster, B. C, August 2, 1909.
stock.
JT. J. TRAPP &C(VLimited
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, tetween Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
by directing you to tlie stoiv where;
you can see the largest stock of new
a.id second-hand goods of all kinds Its
! the city.
1 have a splendid Cream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Come and see how much more you
can get for your money here than
elsewhere.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic, machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on t*h_ Wmei.'
CANAPIA'iHfAllfigl.
Dl...
""ct of Ooast Range One.
��� :!k' notice that Jacob Jacobson,
IrJ Vancouver, B. C, occupation, car-
I Uer, intends to apply for permls-
UY, !_ Purchase the following de-
I ���""bed lands:
( otnmenclng at a post planted on
we BOuthwest shore of Mound island.
��� '"'"'��� June 4th, 1909.     Applying for
"Je *hoie island, containing 80 acres
more or ie_B,
JACOB JACOBSON,
. Per S.  H. FORD   Agent.
uated June 4th. 1909.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, o^patlon. tar-
mer. Intends to apply for P^.8'���
to purchase the following describee
lands: ,    ,  .   1r,
Commencing at a post Planted m
a small bay on north shore of Bene
Island. Dated June 6th. ^'^
plying for the whole Island, contain
Ine 80 acres more or lee9
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909
Y~~ District of Ooast  Range One.
District of coast Range One. Take  notice  that  Adolph  O. jonn
lake  notice   .hat  Albert  Hunt,  of  _on, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
SPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
ANO SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
Oorner Eighth Rt ana    Fifth Awn*
BHCINt   *7��'
���OWELL 4 OODr. Proon��t<.<-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
IfiliV ANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
��	
SAfannraetarers and Deatem,m AB Kma" nt   3HP
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish, J| Turned Work,^Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
��� .,., yrfn
_V1_ 1@_U_. *��___'
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this ofllce,
whether you intend to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing  From Quebec.
Empress of Ir.land   August 27
Empress of Britain  ..   ..September 10
For other dates and particulars av>-
ply to
E. GOULET.
C. P. R. Agent.
fl
lTTEP.
I
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining. II tyf Q D �� Y'S
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12 New Westminster
Schools open on Monday next
and we want all students, both
young and old, to remember
that MOREY'S BOOKSTORE
Is still in the lead with BOOKS
and SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
Our scribblers   and    exercise
books are the best value ever
offered.     Don't   buy   until   you
have seen ours.
TWO 8CRIBBLERS FOR 5c
on Monday next.
BOOKSTORE.
6S5 Columbia street.
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Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council ol
-he City of New Westminster 10 raise
by loan the sum of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollars for th_ purpo_.d of
advertising  the  City.
Whereas, it is expedient to expend
the sum of Four Thousand i.4.-..--J
Dollars In advertising ibe City and
that ih.- said ��um should be raised ou
t__ credit of th_ Corporator
And Whereas, lt appears 'hai ii '''
Bum of Four Thousand lf.000.00)
Dollar, be appropriated num lbe
general revenue of the Cl y for the
current year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such excessive taxation should be
avui led, and the said sum should be
ralsi : on tl._ credit of the Cor, oration, and thai debentures should be
I.-,.-,,. 1 ior that amount
Ami, Whereas, ior the payment ol
lnteresi   on   tbe  debentures  proposed
la be i sued   under this  By-Law, and
Wr creating a sinking fund torthepaj
mem of the said debentures wh' n d
It will be neci ssary to raise by BP1 '
rates, In addition 10 an other rati
each year during tbe currency of ttv.
eniil debentures, the sum Of Two Handled and, Thiriy-H. and -6-10U
($235.46)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order 10 raise
the Bald yearly sum of Two Hundred and 'I liiny-Five and 40-1UU
(,j.;.. 16) Dollars an equal special rate
on the dollar will he reiju red lo he
levied mi the whole rateable pioperty
of ihe City of New Westminster;
And, V'licii as, the wluie rateable
property cf the -said City, according
t<i the last revise,I assessment roll
thereof, is Five .Millions, Three Hundred ami Ninety-One Thousand. Pour
Hundied and Forty-Five ($6,3111,445.
Od)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, lhe total amount or
the existing debenture dclit of the
said Ciiy is Oil- .Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, one
Hundred ($1,21!),lull.00, Dollars Irre
Spectlve of the sum of Three Hundied
and Ninety-four Thousand ($394-000.-
00,' Ixillars proposed to he raise! under the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," ihe "Waterworks Debenture By
law 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 11)09,' the "Incinerator Debent ure By-law 19.09," and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909." "I
which none of the principal or interest is in arrears.
Now therefore the -Municipal ''oun-
cll of the Corporation ol the City of
New WestmlnBter enacts as follows:
1. It shall he lawful for the Mayor
of the said City 10 raise by way of
loan from any person nr persons, 'liod,
Or hodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the mine on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums oi mon y,
nol exceeding In the whole the sl""
or Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars
and 10 cause the same to he Pai'l 'nto
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes mentioned herein.
2. h sha.ll be lawful for the Mayor
to cans., any number of debentures
to be made, nm exceeding in the
whole Hit- sum of Four Thousan I
($4000.00) Dollars, for such sums "t
money as may be required, noi less
than .100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed in pounds sterling of tne
United Kingdom o: Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of I.S0O to the
pound sterling; and a.)l such debentures shall ibe seale 1 with the S.>al
of the Corporation signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by tin-
Treasurer thereof, or hy siibh oth r
person or persons aa may be thereunto lawfully authorized,
3. ..The said debentures shall be
payable- on the first day of .luly 1959,
at such p1ace__pr places as the Council of the said" Oarporuiion may from
time, to tlmo appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
Shall have attached In them coupons
for the layinent. nf Interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which Interest
shall be paya'il,. half yearly on 'be
first of January and the first day of
July, in each and every year, and tlie
said coupon, shall be sisneii by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on iln- dollar
shall he levied and raised in each
year, in addition to all othor rat's
on all rateable property or the City,
sufficient to pay the lnteresi on the
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Aci
or enactment respecting tho same.
fi. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually bv S' eclal rates
as aforesaid, during the aet'ency or
the said debentures, iho sum or Two
Hundred ($200.00) Dollars for the
payin.-"!' of Interest thereon, and the
sum or Thirty Five and 48-100
($36.48) Dollars to provide for the
repayment  of the principal
8. The pror-.edu of th.. snle or tn.
said debentures Bhall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towards
paylriK th.- cost o'' the passing or
this By-law and ihe Issue and said
of tli.. debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 26th. day of August 1!)09, and may
he oiled as the "Advertising By-law
1909."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
ln   the   manner required   hy  law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1.09.
Reconsidered and finally passed in
oo��*n Council the dav of	
1909.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication there
of ln the "Daily News" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 22od.
dav of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of the City wlll be taken
on tne said proposed bylaw on th61
85th day of August, 19.9, betwoen the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five 1>-
m., at the following praces, namely:
Th.- Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
sueet.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City ^lerk.
City   Hall.   July   22nd.   1909.
City Haul Debenture by-
Law, 1909.
	
A By law to enable the Council ol
!li... City of New Westminster 10 raise
by loan the till .ii of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars for the purpose of
building a City Gaol and Police Court
Room.
Whereas, it is expedient 10 erect a
building to be used ns a City Gaol
and Police Court Room, and to use
Hi.11 portion of the Civic Build.nn,
(now used tor ilio.-e purposes, for other
purposes and to expend 'n the erection of the said building the sum ol
Six Thousand ($6000.00. Dollars, and
thai tlu? said sum should be raised <,n
;h,. credit of the Corporation.
And Whereas, It appears that If th
sum of Six Thousand ($600;00)
Dollars ho appropriated from the
general revenue of the C'iiy for the
current year the m'e of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such exces Ive taxation should be
avoided, nnd the said s mi -hould bs
raised on the credit of the Corporation, and thai debentures should be
Issued tor that amount.
And, Whereas, tor the payment of
lnteresi on the debentures proposed
to be Issued under this By-Law, .��� r.11
l'or creating a sinking fund forthepay.
mont of the said debentures whendue,
it will be necessary to rais" by special
rates, iu addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of the
said debentures, the sum Of Three
Hundred and Fifty-three and 19-100
($353.19)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise tho
said yearly sum of Three Hundred and
Fifty-three and 19-100 ($353,19) Dollars an eqjual special rale on the dollar will be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the.
City  of New   Westminster.
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property of tlie said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions. Three Hundied ami Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred "nil Forty-Five ($5,391,445.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, Hie total amount ot
the existing debenture debt of the
said Cit) is One Million, Two Hun-
, dred and Nineteen Thousand. One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irre
spective of thp sum of Three Hundred
and Ninety-Two Thousand (.392,000.-
00) ixillars proposed to be raise 1 under the "Hospital Debenture Bylaw
1909," th.. "Waterworks Debenture By.
law 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-'aw 1909.'' the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1009." and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909." of
which none of the principal or Interest   is  in  arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New WestmlnBter enacts as follows:
1. It shall be lawful tor ihe Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, a"*v sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole the sum
of. Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars
and to cause the same to he paid into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes  mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentur s
lo   be   made,   "not   exceeding   In   the
whole the sum of Six Thousand
($0000.00) Dollars, for such sums or
money as may he required, not less
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed in pounds sterling of tho
United Kingdom of Great Br tain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.S66 to the
pound sterling; and all BUch debentures shall 1 e sealed w-it"n the Sial
of the Corporation signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or' by such other
person or persons as may be ther,-.
unto lawfully authorized.
?,. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 1959
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time fo lime appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
Shall have attached lo them coupons
tor the payment or Interest nt ihe
rat., oi five per centum per annum on
Hi,,   amount,   then or,     which   interest
. hall be paval le half yi arly on tihe
ir t of January and the first day or
iiiy. in each and every year, and tli.
aid coupon, shall lv sighed by ihe
aid  Mayor.
I.   A     special    rate  on   the  doilar
hall   be   levied   and   raised    n  each
1 ear, In addition to all other rat'-s.
on -dl rat.able property or the City,
sufficient to pay the Interest on Ihe
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, BUb.ecl to any Act
or enactment  respecting the fame.
5- Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rates
ns aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debenture., the 'sum of Three
Hundred   ($300.00)   Dollars    for   the
Ipayment of inreres thereon and the
sum of Fifty-Three and mir.o ($63.19)
Dollars to provide for the rop.-iynu nt
of ijie principal.
6. The proceeds of the snle of the
said debentures shall be applied as
foliows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of (he passing or
this By-law and the Issue and dale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "City Jail Debenture
By-law,  1909."
8. This By-law before tho final
pass'ng thereof, shall reoelve the assent of the eleciors of th�� said City
In  the  manner required  bv   'nw.
Receiver] the assent of the electors
on the day of l��n��.
Reconsidered and finally passed In
onen Council the day of	
1909.
NOTICE.
Take noiice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
Of Nt .v Westminster one month from
the date of tlie first punlicatlon thereof ln the --Daily News" and "Daily
Columblan" newspapers, which first
pu lication took place on the 22nd.
day of July 1909, and 'hat a vote or
the eleciors of th,. City will be taken
ou the said pioiKised bylaw on the
25th day nf August, H109, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five p.
m., at the following places, namely:
Th Councl] Chamber, c_vi<- building;
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and 'lie
Waterw-.-ks Storehouse, Eleven h
street.
W.  A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City   Hall.  July  _2nd.   1909.
Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
I    fi    The proc eds of the saie of the
'said  debentures shall  be applied as
follows and not otherwise: low arts
paving the M��t ��t the passing or
this By-law and the issue and sale
of tne debentures therein referred to.
I 7. This By-law shall take effect on
!the Wth. daj of August 1909, and may
be cited a- 'he "Waterworks Debenture,  By-law,  l'.i09."
v '  "'hi-;   liy-law   before    the    final
passing thereof, -hall  receive the as-
sent  of tl- eleciors of the said  Ci ty
In   the   manner require!   by   l?w.
Ree Ived the assent of ihe electors
on the day "f 1909.
Ri roi. Id n i  and  finally  pas ed  in
���   coun il tlie  day of	
1909.
�� i -.  ti nav  'be  interest on  the
sufficient I" slnkjns
debenture...   a" ��� ;��            .,.,        |(.iial
U^IIl J',  -o any Act
InVctn  n   ��� Piling the same.
��-g said, there shal.
be mi- ".   Sl"'c,al  rates
al:!. ���   'he currency
the said d   ��� ""'
teen Hund
the   I'll'-''
S- S.TRANSFEP
lh,.   Bteamei    , ���T
Brackni:,n-k\  Wil	
of
sum  of  Fit-
Dollars   for
thereon and
the  : iliindied  and Sixty
Five and   "  '"    ($265.96)   Dollar
proviii, I ll""'"t ��r tl,e  Iirin"
"',;''., .,       ;    of the Bale o'' fie
.:ii,,  ,],  . mil  be allied an
follows ot ' tberwlse:   towards
,,i  .he    1 as- ng   or
ri ri.
Mavor
NOTICE.
A By-law to enable the Councl] 01
the City of N.-w Westminster to raise
b) loan the Sum of Two Hundred and
Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,000.00)
Dollars for th.- purpose ol Increasing
ih. capacity of the Ciiy Waterworks
S)  ''iu.
V. her. as, il is expedient to construct un additional Main J'ipe Line
for the City Waterworks System rrom
Coquitlam Lake to the Queen's Park
Reservoir, and also from the Riser
voir in the City liiiiils on Lulu Island,
and tor thai purpose to e"xpi nd the
sum ol' Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand   ($234,000-00)   Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears 'hat If the
sum of Two Hundred ami Thirty-
Four Thousand ($234-00) Dollars
be appropriated rrom the general
revenue or the City for the current year the rate of taxation will
be exceeslve, and it is expedient that
���siich    excessive    taxation    should    be]
avoided, and the said sum should be A By-law to enable the Council 01
raised on the cr.dit of the Corpora- the Ciiy of New Westminster 0 raise
'ion, and that debentures should be by loan the sum of Thin, Thousand
issued  for that amount. ($30,000.00)   Dollars   for   the   purpose
-' And, Whereas, for the payment of of granting th,. same to ihe Ro.al
interest   on   the   debentures   proposed  Colum..ian Hospital.
���   tl l|   ihe above  is  a
���    .    of the    proposed    By-law
h ',���. ii' h   taken into considerat on
b   the _ mlclpaJ counci' of the Ot
oi New Westminster one mouth from
the d   e ol the first publication th re
'he "Daily  News" end  "Dal y
Columbian"    newspapi rs,  wh c'i  f r 1
it on   look   1 lac,,  on   th.   :.' '
of July 1909, and 'Un a vote of
1 ���   electors of 'h-.> City win be taken
bi   said   pro] osed   bylaw on  the
:  -li day of Angus', 1909, betwei n thi
0   nine o'clock am  and five P.
at  the foi ot lng placi ���, name ���
1      Council Chamber, civic building;
��� ���   Flre   Hall,    Sap; erton;    and  the
v tiei works     Storehouse,     Eleventh
. ��� reet,
W, A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
City   lla'l.   Julv   2-nd.   1909.
paving   1)1,
,l,j_   | the  issue  and   sav
of ,i,P '  en in referred to.
-    -| . sl Ml take effeel on
,,, . ..-,,, , f  \ 1   .     1909, a 1 1 may
,;   , |,       .. the "Hospital Debenture
_!v.]i\v
\ '   , |aw   b< for,'    the    final
I . ,,        hall   ree ive   the   88-
Benl ,,,  ��� ., [or�� of th.. said  CUy
la  th,   ��� required  hy  law.
Recel ent of 'he eh ctora
on Uv ....1909.
1; nsid red and finally passed I"
open Co ne 11 ,;'    ,|:l>' "f	
12   ���
Brackman-Ki,
afternoon, excepi ,
for Ladner. Stei
Saturday at  2  p
Wcsiminsii. , Ne,
Return.mi,
we.-k day morn
Additional   .,.,
to leaving New W,
This schedule
without  nolle,..
For freight and
ply to
ROB!
1
.     ;.
"I
���i aj I
Citj  Cl
Mayor.
ii
1I1
NOTICE.
1   the  abov
the    pro] 01' 'I
Tak
true   ,'"������
which will b   ���"   n Inl 1 con
by the  Munici   il Co tncll ol
ei New v. .���-'��� li   ter en., nc
Is  a
By-law
dderat on
th   CMty
nih from
Hospital Debenture By-Law
1909.
the d   ��� first pu illl uthm tli "-
ot In 'h" Daily News" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, which first
pul lication tCM St plac,. 1 n the -2nd
da} "f Julv 1909, and 'hat a v�� te ol
ii,.. electors of tbe City will be taken
on tbe said proposed bylaw on the
25th day of August, 1909, betwei n the
hours of nin.. o'clock a.in and five p.
m.. at the following places, namely:
Th.- Councl] Chamber, civic building:
the  Flre   Hall,    Sap; erton;     and   the
'I   "   I He Uli
person  or p. .
unto lawful!)
3.   Tl,.     said
payable on tiie fi
al   vich   p   1, ,
cll of the said 1   1
time to nni,.
proval   of   Hi.    I  .
Bhall   have   nil...
for  the   pavn . ,,
rale oi five pei '
ih.. amouni   theni
shall  ho paya l_
first of Januai
��� i ilj. in ��� ik h and
said  coi,; ons    .ia
said  Mayor.
1.   A    special
shall   be  levied
l ar   In a Idltlon  li
on all  rateable  p
. .iiTici. nt to paj
debentures, and  to
���
:'"'.l
Coiit!
I
I
J
I
'  .
'���'it' nti
ij
'!. ur
ii��|
:   _ I
11
r r  Y
Qir,
"
������' '-i tie J
1
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund forthepay-
Diem of ih,- said debentures whendue.
it Will be necessary to raise by specal
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of the
said debentures, the sum of Thirteen
Thousand. Seven Hundred and Seventy-Four and 52-100 ($13,774.52) Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
Whereas, it Is expedient to grant
the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30.-
000.00) Dollars for the purpose Of assisting in the erection of a ne�� building for the Royai Columbian Hospit
a] in  this City.
And Whereas, It, appears 'hat if the
sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00)
Dollars he appropriated from the
general revenue of the Ciiy for thi
current year the rate of taxation wil)
Waterworks
Storehouse,     Eleventh
street.
W   A, DUNCAN,
CUv  Clerk,
City   Hall,
Julv   -2nd.   1909.
Street Improvement De'en
ture By-Law, 1909.
said yearly Bum of Thirteen Thousand be excessive, and it is expedient that
Seven Hundred and Seventy-Fou.,- and such excessive taxation sliould be
52-100 ($13,774.52) Dollars an equal avoided, and the said sun should be
special rate on the dollar will be te- raised on the credit of the Corpora-
quired to be levied on the whole rate- tlon, and that debentures should be
able property- of the City ot New issued for that amount.
Westminster; And,   Whenas, for  the payment  0I
And. Whenas, the whole rateable Interest on the debentures proposed
property of the said City, according to be Issued under this By-Law, and
to the last revised assessment roll for creating a sinking fund for the pay-
thereof, is Five Millions. Thre. Hun- ment of th, Bald debentures when due,
dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four it will be necessary to raise by special
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.- rates, in addll on to al] other rates,
00) Dollars. each year during the currency of the
And. Whereas, the total amount or said debentures, the sum of Seven! ��� n
the existing debenture debt of the
said City is One Million. Two Hundred and Nin- teen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irrespective of the sum or One Hundred
and Sixty-Four thousand ($164,000.- ($176
00) Dollars prcoscd to be raised under the "Hospital Debenture Bylaw
1909," the "Water-orks Debenture B ���
law 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,'' the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909,'' and the "City
Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    or
Hun Ired and Sixty-Five and 96 mo
($1765.96)   Dollars.
And, When as. i��� order to ral ��� the
said yearly sum of Seventeen Hundred and Sixty-Five and 96-100
96) Dollai 3 an ��� qua] spi c i] rate
on the dollar will be n |U red to b"
levied on ilie whole rateabl. property
or ihe City or Xew Westminster;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property or the said City, according
to the last revise I assessmenl roll
thereof,  is  Five  Million.-..  Three  Hun
which none of the principal or Inter- dred ami Ninety-One Thousand, Four
est  is  in  arrears. Hundred   and   Fony-Five   ($5,891,445.-
Now thererore the Municipal Coun- 00)  Dol.'ars.
cil of the Corporation of Ibe City ot      Ant]    Whereas,  the totnl amount ol
New Westminster enacts as follows:     the   existing    dehenture   debt  of  th,-
1. it shall be lawru] for the -Mayor said City is One Million, Two Hun
of the said City io raise by way of dred and Nineteen Thousand, One
loan from any person or persons, tody Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irre-
or bodies corporate, who may be will- spective of the sum of Three Hundred
ing to advance ihe same on the credit and   Sixty-Eight   Thousand   ($368,000..
���of tlie debentures, hereinafter men- 00) Dollars pror.s d to be raised un-
tioned, any sum or sums of money, der the "Hospital Debenture Bylaw
not exceeding in ihe whole the sum 1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By-
of Two Hundred aud Thirty-Four law 1909," the "Stnet Improvement
Thousand ($2:;4,.00) Dollars, and to By-law 1909,'' the 'Incineiaior Do-
cause the same to be paid into benture By-law 1909." and the "Citv
the Treasury of the said City for the Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," ol
purposes  mentioned herein. which  none of the principal or Inter-
2. Ii  shall be lawful for the Mayor est is in   arrears.
to cause any number Of debentures Now therefore ihe Municipal Conn-
to be made, not exceeding in the cll of the Corporation of the City of
whole the sum of Two Hundied and New Westmin.ler enacts as follows:
Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,000j 1. Ii shall he lawful for Hie Mayor
Dollars, lor such sums of money of the said City to ralse by way of
jas may be required, no' less loan from any person or persons, iod
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent or bodies corporate, who may be will-
expressed in pounds sterling of iho In': to advance ihe same on the cndli
Fnllwd Kingdom of Great Britain and of the debentures, hereinafter men
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the tioned, any Hum or sums of money,
pound sterling; and an such debent- nol exceeding In ihe whole thP sum
ures shall e sealed with the Seal of Thirty Thousand ($80,000.00) Dolor the Corporation signed by ihe lars and to cause th,. same to be paid
Mayor and countersigned by in Into the Treasury of the snld (Mty for
Treasurer  thereof, or  by such  other the purposes mentioned herein.
person  or  persons as  may  bo  th re-
innio lawfully authorized,
'���',. The said debentures shall be
payable on the flrsl day or July 1959,
at such  place or places as the Coun-
Ii shall he lawful for 'he Mayor
to cause tiny number of debentur .s
to he made, noi ex( ceding in the
whole the sum of Thirty Thousand
($30,000.00)  Dollars, for such sums of
cll of the said Corporation nay from money ns may be required, not loss
lime to Ume appoint, with the ap- than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
proval of the holders thereof, and expressed In pounds sterling of the
shall have attached io them coupons jUnlSd Kingdom of Groat Britain and
for the payment of Interest at the Ireland, at. a value of 4.866 to the
rate of five per centum per annum on ,pound sterling; and a]| such del. nt-
thc amount thereof, which interest j ures shall ihe sealed with the S_al
shall  be payable half yearly  on  uhe of the    Corporation    Signed  by    the
A By law to en-i'-'o the Council of
li,- City or New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum or One Hundred and
Four  Thousand   ($104, ).O0)   Dollars
for Street  Improvements,
Whereas, certain sums of money have
iliis y.ar been expended oul of the
gener��| revenue of the Ctl) for the
construction, Improvem, n and rej air
ol vi lain streets and sidewalks and
it is , \p. ii , m thai certain addltl nai
Bums ',,��� Bpent in like manner, amount-
Ing In nil (with sums already so
spi m i   to  th,   sum  or One Hundre.
and Fom- Thousand ($104,1 1)  ixu
lars.
wl When as, It appi ar8 'hat If the
sum of One Hundred and Four Thousand   ($104,01    Dollars    h.    apprO-
i rlati -I fi om the gem ral revenue
of tne City for the current
year the rate of taxation wlll
h,. excessive, ami It is expedient thai
bui ii exo a ive taxation should be
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on the cred t of ibe Corpora-
'���Ion, and that debentures should be
Issued  for that amount.
And, u hereas, for the paymi m ol
interest on tbe debentures proposed
��� to be Issued under ibis By Law, and
for creating a sinking fund forthepay-
ment of the .said debentures when due,
ik will be necessary to raise by special
I rates, In addition to all other rates,
ieach year during the currency of the
iand debentures, tbe sum of Six Thousand One Hundred and Twenty-two
($6,122.00)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, In order to raise tho
i said yearly sum of Six Thousand One
j Hundred and Twenty-two ($0,122.00)
|Dollars an equal special rate on
the dollar will be required to be
levied on the whole rateable property
of the City of New Westminster;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
I hereof, is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Nlii.ty.one Thousand, Four
Hundied and Forty-Fire ($5,391,445.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, lb,, totnl amount Ot
th-e existing debenture debt of the
said City is One Million, Two Hundred and \in, teen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.(10) Dollars irre.
spectlve of the _nm of Two Hundied
and Ninety-Four Thousand ($294,000-
00) Dollars proposed to be raised under ihe "Hospital Debenture Bylaw
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,'' the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," or
which none of the principal or later-
"St is  In  arrears
Now therefore the Municipal Council    *    ���
fund for the paym ,J*f/
thereof une,, due, ;.     j
or enactmenl res] ,ClY
...   Subject as afo
be  raised   annually     . vcil a   .
as aforesaid, during ,\
tbe said debentun   . 1
Thousand   Two     Hui ,|
Dollars tor the  payi ,. rj
thereon, and the sum   , | ..,.i
dr ed  and   Twenty twi
lars  to  provide tor (j
the principal.
6. The  proc. eds or 'I j
said   (Ici,oritur, _   sh >!    !���    y ,i
follows,  and  not otherwise;  l warn
paying the cosl of - i    p_��si_g ot|
this   By-law  and   the  1. _ie and s
of the debentures thor, in ���.;,-- j J
7. This By-law shall lak  ���" ;i|
the 26th, daj of Augusi 19 :', _d majf
be cited as th,. "Streel In   ���
Del ��� Htm'.. By-law, 1909
8. This   Bylaw   before   the  as |
passing thereof, shall ������ i
sent  of th.. electors of tli   - Id C::jj
In  ibe  manner required b,-law,
Ri c, ived the ii.-si i;t of tl ��� ���   wl
on  the day of 1909
Reconsidi red and fin: lly parsed io|
i,i en Council the,.    .   i
1909.
City Clerk
���|
NOTICE.
Tak..   r.'iii:,
true   copy  o    tin i,
which will bi  ta
by the Muni
(ll    .NeW    \V,..,
the dale Of till u
"i  in  the "Dal I
Columbian"    m /Wl
pu. lication   took  plai .��� on tb -"-_T
day of July  1909
the ei-! tors of I     City -''I
on  the  said    pi.q.', ��� ���. '.--I
26th day of August,   ������  .    ��� tween tM
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and file P-1
m..  ai   the  fol;o..u_ places, nam  :
The Council  Chiiiiii" :, i ��� v;;|
the  Flre   Hall,    Sap -  in,   and :&��|
Waterworks
Btreet.
Ston lv .
w.
Kl,v.l> I
CU
Hall.
A   DUNCAN,
:' :y laert
July 22nd, 1909,
The following is a list ol thi s
and amount to be expended on
under   the  provisions  of the
Improvement Debenture Bylaw,
Columbia street, Hassam pavement 	
Columbia street, filHand ts
HUI      ���
Front streot	
Agnes  street	
Dufferin  street   	
McKenzie street  	
Lorne sireet	
First street   	
Second street	
Third street ���������'
Fourth  Btreet    ���
Fifth   street,	
Seventh street	
Eighth street	
Nanaimo streel  	
Twelfth streei  	
Thirteenth sir. et ...
Fourteenth  stre"t	
Hamilton Btreet    ������
Dublin street	
first of January and  the rirst day of
,'July, In each and every year, and the
said coupons shall  be  signed  by  the
I said  Mayor.
4.   A    special    rate on  the dollar
Mayor   and    countersigned   by    tnp
Treasurer  thereof, or  by such  other
person  or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3.   The    said  debentureB  shall be
City Clerk.
Mayor.
shall be levied and raised In each payable on the. first day of July 1959
year, In addition to all olhor rates, [at such place or places as the Coun-
on all rateable property of iho City,,cll of the said Corporation may from
sufficient to pay the Interest on the Itlme to time appoint, with the ap-
debenturts, and to creat. a sinking | proval of the hold-era thereof, and
fund for the payment of the principal Ishall have attached to them coupons
thereof when due, subject to any Act for the payment of Interest at the
or enactment respecting the same. rate of five per centum per annum on
5- Subject as aforesaid, the__ shall lthe amount thereof, which interest
be raised annually by Special rates'shall be paya'le half yearly on the
as aforesaid, during the currency of, first of January and the first day of
the said debentures, the sum of j July, In ��>aeh and every year, and th-e
Fleven Thousand Sewn Hundred I said coupons shall be signed by the
($11,700)  Dollars for the payment  ofjsald Mayor.
interest thereon, and the sum of Two | 4. A special rate on the dollar
Thousand and Seventy-Four and 52- shall be 1ev_ed and raised In each
100 ($2074.52) Dollars to provide for I year. In addition to nil other rates,
the repayment of the principal. ion all rateable  property of the City,
Kdlui urgh slrei
London street
Tenth street ..
Alberta street .
Coburg sireet .
Lelth street ...
Royal avenue .
Queen's avenue
Fifth avenue
Streets generally
Total
cll of the Corporation of the City of ''"�� avenue ���
New Westminster enacts as follows-    l',m,rY av,e^u,'	
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor Sixth avenue ������
of the said City to ralse by way of %V?T avem,e	
loan from any person or persons, Ibod.   $Mb ft0VrnUe	
|>r bodies corporate, who may he will-;���?' a���n"��	
Ing to advance the same on the credit \l*}u _"f_"_ui  " ___,_. BU-
of the debentures,    hereinafter men-lHo.pl,al Btreet' B'uir .
tioned, any  sum or sums of money, |    Cliauan aven,le      "
not exceeding In the whole the sum
of One Hundred and Four Thousand
($104,000,000) Dollars and to cause
the same to he paid Into the Treasury
of1 the said City for the purposes mentioned  herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause Rny .number of debentures
fo be made, not exceeding m tho
whole the sum of One Hundred and
Four Thousand ($104,000.00) Dollars
for such sums of money as may
be required, not. less than $100.00
each, or an equivalent expressed
In pounds, sterling of the Unit-
ed Kingdom of Creat Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall be sealed with the {Jaal
of the Corporation Blgne. by the
Mayor   and    countersigned    by    the
S.rt-1
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Incinerator Debenture tt
LawJ90_.
A By-law to enable the t'0,""'r,1ne
the City of New Westminster w^
by loan the sum of Twenty �����   ||W,
($20,000.00)   Dollars   for   'no i
of  building  an  Incinerator m.
Whvras, It ls expedient *" |n
provement of sanitary cono ^
the   City   that  a  public ,,������ nf
should be built for the dest���  ^
refuse at the  cost of
sand  (.20,000.00) Dollars
And Whereas, It appem
l���i'ln,'
true
Twenty
thai iHE   DAILY   NEWS.
Ltuf
 Hi "���" of N-w Westmin
,..,   T,_,. name,   addre
Thousand (*-u   'u'ino      (a). The name,   add"       and
,,,    jiaiiou of    th,- appllcan   I
 i     Power    Compan       l
, i,in.  Its bead offl ���   b
���Serf*
	
,   ra1* u* """ iiutii that  naviug  ms uo��_  ~.~~.  -.   ...-
���   Vancouver,  British Col
e and n    .���, V.i..,,     ���,-    _���/-	
________Jk>*���  S''^;"d _. capk"T  or   $2.5	
.vn   2,1   "hares ol    $1.0     ���
..lure      i" "'"'      .    "",'
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m -'I ���"
tillbl
(P)  Tlie  iiinii,    Ol   th
,    navmen' "' or  source   (ii   unnanr, I    th
,   'i  uon   is  an    unnamed    cree     ���
 i fi-oni   the    noniv.i       ��� mp
Mislilloet  river,  North     in
������__   . ��������,_._-  .  ."'"i   <Indian   River)   at  or about tOUl
_,, ��� _.-.     ���...,lllloei    iivi,   ���������-���,���..      ���������..���    ������
-   -,... _-.,.  d ���'     Inlet   (Indian   Wvei I  a    0    "      ���
, .������������������������������������������
, ,li   sai" "���        ���i��e Ds  si    miles   trOffl   It*   '"'"""
"ddii o^ t0 *" "' ,h'
_^_M
the
pari
(c Th.- point of division  i
���ency ��' ��� live  miles  torn tht   June	
. .   li""1-  cr.ek  with said river hy th
 n_n .____________________���
iiii * :ddu;oi ..I the iiv,.  miles   torn   tht   Junctloi   o
*��� 1D     i ivu.  ���ro_        --   - '-    '-  ~
r4^Hi����ir_...,.Dhilars, .     tor   (In
,,. returned to
I, and  'li-   out'-
cn  point of d>-
reiurn.      1 he
I  to river neai
difference "   '!'
t diversion and
, |    800 feet. (J)
im-nde : to be
, ,,.,-1  works win
I   ,   Tai    noil,.-   7th   da     "
Icatlon    will   be
i    lo "ii    the
li""       (I)   Civ
���of  any  rl-
|i< ensi     who or
Ij  to be affected
eK-   either above
B   F.  Dickins,
w
. :ada
:.   i
 ��oT   (in cubic    f(-v   1"-
t&^^JS^rtins {�����  Sbld Mt m -���
Jfv,, _nd One      ,,.,. The     character  oi     th.
Kb ,   ind 3C100  ,���,,,���
ti""   __Hors8
-,   ���.. I. I
t;',n   Vanco i    <                                     ^H
Thi   ��������� Ue : orandum "'
cUr   of     tl" '   '    Companv     which
works    ���   II"   dl W**   ''im,1"':1"
B "     f ,,.���,   .in, , '   as follows:
 <������!���:- b> Si-- :  ..... S?8^* ��*
fri     ��� ����p��HB ��      ; ,-;��� -aa
;;���        r^ir^tio_:�� -tears
_ vv                      according _hanlcal,   Industrial   ami     els ,. .   ,,     ,���  _���,_. re-
B ,   .:,.���-   roll ,t;,(,S(.  and parti ar,    : te B&toMrtO-.
1   ���."- ���' Three Win- emtkm 0f motors, maoh'-ni _P,     Jg maintaining
 nd. Ffif ughlng. tramways    ud ou         ...  hm_,.s. gener-
fan.^ ,   C$5,391,446.- tor which such light  hea   ,  _ pother appliances
Y,.. .������- to, suitable and available B| .    ,      .,.. nec-*sarj
BDolla��- total amotttt of     |f|   ,,.,���.    ,���.���������.,..    ������, _____���____
_-Y���' debt  or  th water Is to be used li    W   gem ..,���,...,.-
fntei m,   Two Htm oiootrlc power, light   and    bea .,.   ,
bl .vai"l'">''H"n traction,   lighting,    heating   manufiu
i(|1���1S.1W;uuJ,.���.   Hundrod
;r��L0 A?-'5) ��i*s_D
EVERYWHERE
.AGE a_;vi->.
"Y _,        _  _ ��� fc m   ..  an   average,!    Tin- principal offering of How.sin-
2-.        "��:���        :;;:. "
pen     th,
tggs and  Poultry. _..._-.   --
Eggs wi ". wi ii supplied with a ��rm y,   f  ,,;,,,, ((���:,,.,e,-. pi    lb.       to K .
demand.    Th     wholesale   prt��-     ;-; ,.���.-,   f,���,, quarters, per lb.....6 to 7
,sv��� cent    ..   dozen   on   the  i""   ;: . i. ml, '
ml     Th, 'n.i for fowl remanvd        |(on !...,,..
t.i birds.     An,   ��^iy Veal, large       ______________���.�� to J
good   demand   for chickens  h^'1 ^
... !���-,. ..llnnle      Hi        IJIOll
ii  a in.-iiv   en- >-"" - - -    ��� .   ���   ..
e,i. while th   larg    wpply oi  bwji-
ild   readilj    ta   accordance   w t '
Chicks  round a good ;'"nu '
,, ,      of ponltrj ure tordenlng witb
,t,.   advam I on,
V'ui. medium	
Pork, medium, p.-r lb.  ..
I'"      wholesale, per doz.
i���'������-.     retail, per doz. .. .
Butter, wholesale, ]ier fb
,au...._ ���--       ,   ,     _._- Butter,  retaB, per lb
The   reqiii:-, men's   tor   trnlt      VY^  Fowl   per doz.    -   -���
nlncl'palfy fo a��� stock.   Apples ���'�� Icackens per doz. ..
a, the old prfci   ol $1-00 a bo��, wnue Br0,ler8   per iox.  ..
plums   nm   suffering   from   pluni   '"; I n���r|<s, p.r do.,
r-ailily found   i  market.    Peas, beans i
r-auiiy  io,.��ni   i    -    -     ,.
����>  ^��eXai l       7_-lirea_.
pffed. held limit. I  sales.    A3 at ���..
Wared    CKJfattfi       ���'  re   ov^-r /nppH'''l-
v E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.
TORWTC
ONT.
Pol       s, per ton ... ���
PTttms. per crat<	
AppfeS, per I OJ	
F_tekhenfe_  per ^rate
.1(1 l-_ to n
..9 I,, LO
.::; ti
..   ..40
..22 1-2
. .    . .30
..  .. $fi to $7
..   ..$6 to *8
$3.50 to $4.50
$750 to $8.50
.   . .$15 to $D>
..60 '" 76c
.' ..$1 "' *L26
..$1  to 11-25
Would you win a
,
YESTERDAV*S   MARKET.
��� -     , to suT^'and available. ^^XZV^ '_S��|   Th, -,  was a YlIlTlI
traction, lighting,    heating, manufai ���e te Ire used by full extent as yet    Tb��a^rawn
*""' - tt fTlBYY.YYlYYYYyfY
) b.   re   , ,,   ,   ,,   ,-.���  company  "   con- Meat and Fish. 	
109-Piece
Dinner Set?
.OTJCE.
iven that a_ ap-
. i    (a) Tne name, address "'"'   ""IVY
;'','I;</'^^H 'channel or channels  iay.n_ or .*ectj ���,   ,���,.  applicant is Horace  Nv
ne��� --fr     TheVmol    the  memoranduiri or ,���_������,.  ������, or ^Cr^.'''"^'     "'   w-stmin3ler    ^^
rTrr isurv of the asid City tor        ^   *onl of  thP    company     which !conlttnI. ting  any  ^*">"_J2k
lio lie Tr-a. u. j    i i   heirein. d8<.. ..,."._..    i.e^ns.vl    application inri���educ.   weir,  wheel     bund���*.
[_ arid to ��upp
same to
442   Westminster
our, i  u    ,4 ���	
_^"s.^,SS., J^^aSr^|s5S_v�� astjj HBrs tws s"��.
# ��� ?|__Sp^S��wsa ag."sS?wS BSa
MtMum '���"���  V    Mich sums of  objects    tlu. conipa ny    a re   res" u.^d  wjv�� r  P, lmpr0vinK. reptdr- f1^     im of dU-e,sion i_about
Is-..,'        '    -*u'Ti*Z   �� " leas are  the   acquisition of   J^er ^ n^ing��� ,      my R���rh works,     ��o      e i of ft stakp maxkedi
.   r"n  equivalent  water  power ��y^*����-rt  w��_v pari  *-����,   rrvT    1/rl_    bU one  ll)   in .the northwest **
KRprk. Director,. ,,���,  ,iu cttW<! reel per second) is two
,T  V   AniTircin .. BWreoarr.
s,al  inainui.......   ����T���  ,     ,     .nd    euch I P   O   Andres   Vancouver .HA..    ->��� character of the VW>1��<^.
fe_.-_sfW*-Jffi: ass- &fi% '"i:rY--Y^^^--^<m
bWsvsw a traa."- �����- -���
EooM sterling   and *\*uc,nh"   s,.ai maintaining   electrk    works,    l      .,
m bWI :e sealed   with   tne    a 	
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
_*�����, tlrst day of July WBJ; th ^ ,    ^tract. b
i?.)*T_e   premise,   on    which  tta
-teUtO'be.u^^-ag^
3.   IK   fain   u�����"--~.   ,     ,,,r,-,    the same to  oo  u^"  "-    ���'        _ir_..t  I ,e��'l   mane   m     "���""
pavable on ihe first day of July WW. �� M or oompuies ����trac^ ��          owne_ iu ,     sl,���pi
Et s-cl p-'are or places ��. *��� <ff^    _g with   the    company    prefer    ^    ���            derf f,,,m B dteyJ
Jl of lie sal. corporation   w>  'rom ^i (or ^e operating; tf       AuM,p RyflWi bearing dW
,._   .. ���...     ��� nt      wan   me  >.e .�� _     ^. ._ ....    ���,.   plecu (    ii.'o- i ,...   ., ,.���,,.,,���,-   A   D.. !:""'
Take notice that an am-  ������:   '     "   �������� -     ��� (2> ���,,, six.
-\ mi,t'0,.:'_:,sS���, tS" ��Jl-r a D^trlct'Lo. U4, Burti^y,
and being in the d.strict ot New
Westminster, in the province of British Columbia, more pair'ii eularlv
known and described as Un 23, IH_ck
1; Hols K, 8, 16 and 17. Block 4: Lots
1. K. il, 16 and 17, I^^_^^^^^
and 20, Block 9; Lots I, .. 9
16 and 17. Block Hi: Lots !. h\ 9, 1��
and 17. Bloi k 12; Lots 4. 5, 12. 13 and
' ,-    tock ��.���  ii>ts 4   tbe   difference  h_
��,; ��_  "L__l_.\.__- t. S. 9,Lrfnte of  dlwmk
(Kr._."p"urp��a-s for    ��hich   *���!
wafer is  to'I'"    -ftd    �����    dBB-ttft.
(12)   acres. far|
ll.i If the ��ater Is to   te. ^��
power or  mlid_S    W��rpOSes     ^
the Plate Wheae the waterrls tftOa��
ZI to some Brtond_��*w��djjS
- yy. ' rS^w JS^E-____g_S��SS
E'Saft Y:IY Y:-Y::l : irsjefc��r^"2S&-��
U Uw Mtached to them coupons mg w   company       consume���    ��w q|  ,aml  Md premises^situate,  U^
I. ihe payment of Interest" tJJ ^       or ���     ?0tlvs power       i
rte of five per centum per annum o�� 11(.|Ulu.  tramways,    or    ioi    "
ETluathereof,    which UH>��~�� g��Sta_,    lifting,    pumptaj,     gt.Ung.
'stall be paya I,, half yearly  on *���   ,'nislllnK. .melting drllUng^ud mW
Z,tjinuar.   an.l tbo "rst day of fc ������������. oj.eia ,..,��    to
p, l_ each ,.i.l every y��ar,and the mi��      may ,Bple     or   to   ^
blooopons shall be signed bj   ^        .       Bappiled for or In (onn.t       ,    l2  18 nni, _���, ���,...��� .. --
i!iv ��, - *, -s s_s r-srs-?1 : ItYYYY^.,	
ikli be levied   and   raised   in  ����� ���,,,,  ���r  reQUlr����. , $0, Block  I.1; '���   *   ;,     ,fl all(1  17. Sreet lower
EEY'smr. Xys as fits,*?____. ^rte^-ft^S*^^-^^ ^..^j^rsuTaE
2.8, Group 1.      Lote 24.  _b. i ,      .   . I .      __
aTid. at.  (tie same  tlm>,. BecaaJS
thv UesK Biwr sold in tla-. pniv-
ince of    British    Oolumbla s��
day?      lBn.h month w,. .av   '-'
ing   a-wni? ten    dlmn-,- '.-v  to
those W_!_ ai-?.. fonunato ifflOUgh
to  Bscurs tTrom    the   ssinkB   et
Royal   Shi-mdltrdl  Plour tti_- tour
pons  beariir^ tho winning: ntiTH
bers.      __tny   _ic1?j-  ones   Has*
already   _-ci_e?l  a dinner set.
ymi may. 1�� neat.
But- wteth-e. yon get a (flnner
set or rc<n Royal Standard?, HTour
is  al^-ayp  a winner.    __bctei_
wheat,  "aiieTSttfic   milling,   a&_
fut  packiti'S    and  storage. ma_-
keti-ne; -vt, fjiat tt will reatfl. y<��:
at    pi .ti-ctioa-s    Highest   goimt
Tnak.. Rival. Standard 'tlif acme-
of  iwoaii-w in a flour;    Im_6si.
irpon yp��s grocer carry.!Kg It
rtftNiUFACTURBS) BY
YANOHIVFR miUIWi AND
.RAIN _0S im.
Domg His Duty.
London Aug. ?0.���There wasanun-
n^real iticiifein ut an "at home" held
by lhe Women's Social and Folltlcftl
union v Sr   James's ball.
A pollci sergeant mounted the plat-
'form and Berved summonses oo Miss
��� iTffresa Garnett and Mrs Dov Wilcox
H ror alleged assaults    on    wardn
��� whll��� In Holloway prison.
m The BeTgeani was pecelved with loud
���5 hooting and lu'^s;nK. which was
W checked by Mrs. Pethlck Lawrence.
B wlio said the officer had only come
9   ui do his duty and should be treated
ith  respect.
SPECIAL AUGUST SALE!
Singer Sewing Machines, five-
drawer, drop-head, latest model, $52;
$5   down   and   $3   monthly;   or  $41.60
cash.
Seven-drawer Machines, $54, $5
down and $3 monthly; $43.20 cash.
(N'o  old   machines   taken  at   these
l prices.)
1    Organs less than  cost for cash.
Call  and se�� for yourself ths snaps
t   hav>   Tor   August   sale-     Orders  by
mail  promptly  attended  to.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
V.AMC-OUVE R.
B.
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
^^^^^     PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop.
the   diaeroncs  w    altitude    between.]
(ioi! ks of  dltesslon. nwd  QpiD- oi rp-.j
turti      The   water   IS   ttbbfi   c'Ltrnedj
about  two  I "lodiied   (2()')l   0*.!   lyelow.
in satre c:.-iLt*.-l.and itlieut sixty  (601,
eet lower.
j.) Theaiwai of Q*,v__ temd  intend-j
-   '    -       th_    Tironosed |
i_d ��ie entures  shall  b. ap^ted m          th<reof. )a���  personACia�� ^.   rtMtg��aag_B
tallow,   and not otherwise:   *�������*" �� VAN00UVER POWER OO. D��          ,h.   saidJUffW ^ ^WM^I
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bis By-law before   the    "��al
YB_ Jl TOU SPEND k DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PEF-FIXTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
Is tte keel vale*, because It is pan, nutritious aad very economies!.
TBB COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO ���
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paasl       hereof, shall receive the �����
sen-    ' the- eleotort of th_ ��aW ^,ljr I
In manner required  by law
^^^^^^_:____..*   ��#   t__   _1V
on the
being dW 5S2L_b_   belore ^*
,:lll>
bnn8,^  ^lcn\plon    H*W"**
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_,    !default  of    "���"'"'        ���,- ,1>u will
,   ,      u hereby g'-ven ihat an ap- Lm!oe,  von a_d Wh *YT_���.   ^.^
Notice ��8_hereDy  R Prtrt V. !forPV���,
,n that an ��i>- jtratir*. >'^u ���'" TIS debarred  tr0iB'
rod the assent ot the J'f���     J*   ,    .-water Act, 1��09. _����J2L,  ni.l!fl_T _.,_+ ten* ���_�� ' ���
' ���'���'- .day of ""'��� I- ���     ���'���-   Mow  ^
open
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',,r^-flnany-f Sd ^= o<  N-^ *-^
5 *��-�� th�� day ��f ���" | a    Th.  name,  addr-  and ����. J-^*g��  ^ t���fg   Jj
"I tlon of ^ appua^t to baving f^y   ��������   fJSf iS ����*��
Iver fower Cotnpaw. Va_<��u-1West___��ter  *ln_Yj y  "
City Clerk. M����r- 1��J ^d,;_*^v___6to; Wd ��ttog �� d��t-^ ^�� Re!?lgtry 0��ce,
lit. head ���������� V.mhin   and ����vi,,& ai
ver   British  Columbia   aii^ ^j
(capital  of  *2'&^"7ftn each, all f
dent servt?. thereof.
Dated at tb�� _and Registry omce,
New Westmlnsier, Province of British
��-���      ��.K  rtnv  nr  Augu��t. A.
notice. ft capital oMgfS^^SK all f��^ I New W?s_��m��^ ���Jg'^S^, A.
T,u, no,le���  that  me  atiote   is   a,50o,000 8t��re. of ������",ne       the lake. Cohmih1a. this ��h flay oc
na i   'ipToftlT proposed    B. *�� |p__,  ��P-   M*J�� "Sf.V_oet    ^ p., ,.W. KBTTH,
v ue, ^ b   taken lau, J^ttWgg 'etream  or^ source, gjg W.^8.     B^str��r.
hv,���,. Mnnidpal Counell dyggjggg^j  The   prt��  ot   gj%     ^ charlotte Cooper. Jaws *��^
the eleoton of the City will be tau��n plan; for the J|��� tndllBtrial "feF_
on the said   P^poaed   bylaw on too for  tnerohanlcai. partlouiarl    in
2Bth dav of August, 1909, between the merciai P��J^"e", Lotors, machlno.
boars ol nine o'clock a.m. andI ite-* the ��*gg,* The o^fon ^
m��� at the following place., hamety.   eiocUc   Wgh��ng. ,.. tor when
Ti, (v,���n,.n r.hamb_. civic building;  tramways and other _ro sn -
Jionrs of nine o'ciocK a.m. >"'" ���"','   " "   r�� y-.^.      the   of1""     ���hlc,ti
nv, at  the following  placen, hamety.   eiecUc   Uglrt���<f        worU.   lor wh<-
sr- "~.!"*'at?_3r_-_'_ssa��5
���W   A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk
''ity  Hall,  July  22nd,  1909.
WATER NOTICE.
ased to situated at or nea ,
mark at the "J^^h the ^�� >8
The purposes for wm tH- pow-
to be wed to ^S''1^!;
er, light and h��at ���}L,Tln. and a11
&   "^ing,  ma",, a   tiring ^
WAT_R_NOT,oa. - "h^lng   mam, ac "u..,r jj,^.
Notice i_ hereby given that an ap- and every Mxg����� ��PPM*vJ�� or
Plication wil! be made Und_r Part  V.  to  which  it  may lor POWerW
of   the  "Water   Act,   1909,"   to  obtain  the WatUrh ��M  ��� be   t���e   place
a license    In the    New Westminster mining   purposes
 	
NEW WELLINGTON
COAt
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers 4 Preston
otflc., prent St.. Poot of ����.
P. 0. Box 345. *>��>"��� 105-
StWei Watcbes. tStM op_* fac* i
:$6'^ watebes, gen,. op,^n case,]
$7^ent   tor    Waltham   and     _>8��n|
Wateb repairing a sp**4*1*-?
F. CRAKE
Bank of Montreal
E8TA-0_3HED 1817.
CAp,TAL f14,400,000.00
RESERVE "#��#*���*
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In ^jJJJ
land, New York. Chicago and Spokane
O. 3. A., and Mexico City.   A genentl
banking business f^g^.JSl
ters ot Credit issued,   aval able with
j correspondents In    all parts of   thei
|W0_iv'lngs Bank Department-Deposit, j
1 received in sum. of *1 and upward ,
land interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tot.V   Assets over $16.,0W.������-
Uf Jl' WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
fl D BRYMNER, Manager.
^^^^^^^^   HEAD  OFFICE,  WINNIPEG
THE ONLY BANK WITH HEAD OFFICE IN THE WEST.
PAID UP CVPITAL ___^^B $2,200,000
With a western head offlce, western directorate, western capital,
and branches at all western points of Importance, this bank is Iden.
titled with western Interests more fully than any other bank In
Canada.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS SOLICITED.
Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New Westminster.
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Hotel Butler Annex    ^|l
Fourth Avenue and Mario. Street < ^- j ,.,, y��^ ��� t
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
RATES: BH
Room $1  p-;r day up.
Room and board 9240 per day up.
FV>om with bath $2-50 per day up.
Room with bath and board 94 per day.
All outside rooms, with bet and cold
water, steam heat, long distance tele*
phone. 'Bus meets all trains and boata
CARLETON GILBERT, Mgr.
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THE  DAILY HEWS.
saturdav
AUGUST
This Ad.
Simply
Means
This-
that you will have
to hurry if you
wish to take advantage of a good
thing, and also if
you wish to benefit |
by our special offer in
Crockery
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Make the house look like
new bv a liberal use of
CHIJAP AND FLOOR
GLAZE.
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City News
Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA  STREET.
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WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
610 Columbia Street
We have a few
odds and ends left
that we are clearing off. Call and
see our special cuts 'HIy
in Dinnerware. If
you want anything
in this line or in
the grocery line
you will never do
any better than at
Word has alr��ady been sent to us
inquiring if w_ know of a young man
or woman who is qualified to take a
certain position, It is in this way we
shall  pla:e our graduates.
iThe  instructors of
Tlie Westminster
Modern Business School
have a reputation for turning out
tes who can do things and do
ight  and  employees  want  that
kind.     Why   don't   you   take   a   course
and have the job sek you?
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal and Manager
���114     FOURTH       AVENUE.
USE
PUBLIC SUPPLY SIMS
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop6
MUIR'S MOSQUITO OIL
TO   KEEP  THE   MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New Westminster
A largt party of militiamen repre-
I .anting A. and B. companies of the
Sixth Kegiin.nt. !).(.'. O.K. left last
evening for Beattle to attend th. regi-
mental trip. The party weni down
from Vancouver on the Hup. it City,
Everything for the garden at iidv.
phone 1S4. ������
A larg;e stock of fresh killed poultry just  arrived.    I'.  Burns Co.    193 1
For first-class cut dowers a_d anv
kind of Floral won., teleuhone Davie*
'. '   nhouse, K:_s.
Two applications of tbe Vancouver
i',i,' rla., company for water from
Kellj creek, Clayibuitn, were adjourn
ed yesterday till August 30.
A manufacturing firm in Pennsyl-
viula lia_ written asking for Information with a view in the establishment
ol n felt and linen  mattreB. business
in   thlg   1'" aliiy.
Hu,.   orchard   lands   while  they   an
ch, up an I  !,, t-<.ni-   Hide ' n li nt.      v,,
ei.   ;:    ollic ul agents oi The Western
1 lonie nnd Improvi mi in Co.. Ltd,  !.<���,
tell yon about 111 lr choli ,.��� holdings
ai   a :.,'.,in,i.      A   new   tow nsi e an I
iniii   dlstrlcl    along  the  Hue of    th
B.  C.   I.l.-cii'ic  Chilliwack  llne and   V.
V, & I-:. Clovei la ���   ,,, Sumas Rail ������ a i
'I'h s sectii a exci lis in the production
of all fruits.   Come al once whila thi
best lauds are selling cheap and li , u
show you  this section  al  our <-\.   ii.
\\,   can   s.-ll    live,  ten,    lin,    i  an
I tw eim acr,. tracts ou easy ti rms.      t
'J.   Hart  &  Co.,  Lid. *"
i
I    Rev   Dr,   Plg_on    of    Westminster
'Hull   will   occupy   the   pulpli   In   tl"
evening   at   St.   Andrew's   Presbyter
lan church   tomorrow  evening.
Don't miss seeing the "eighth won
d r "i  the world,'   the salmon Qshln_
on the Fraser river, during the .res-
i in si ason; the greatesi In four .'Ma's.
Thousands upon  thousands ol   H -,.   ti
he seen. Visit ih ��� canni ries at Steves
ton.     The S.S. Transfer leaves Brack-
man-Ker's  wharf daily  ai  11  pm. ex
cepi     Saturday,    when    the  steami .
I-, aves ai 2 p.m., returning s inn   daj
One dollar  return,      On    Sundays  a
specia]     excursion   to   Stevi - on   an '
return i>  made,  remaining at  Sti .
ton  about    an    hour    and    a    halt,
Steamer  leaves  B.  C.   Electric  whai
at :; p.m., arriving : ack at New West
minster al S p.m.     Fare, one doliai
return. *'
-Misi Kate Duncan of Thamesville
Ont., who has been visiting Kev. and
Mrs. .1. S. Henderson at Sl. Andrew's
manse, left yesterday tor her home
im  the East.
m ,mr
i EU I _���.
QVE
.-
Lamb  chops,
Burn.  Co,
15c    per  lii ,
ai     P.
193-1
Starting Saturday, Augusi 21, i.n
B. C. Electric city and Sapperton can
will make "",��� extra trip for the accommodation nf the New Westmin
ster people atti nding the horse race
ui Minoru park, Lulu islaiad. Th
last Sapperton car will have the ol
flee at 11:30 p.m., and the city car a
11:20 ,.m.
���At  P. Burns Co.. at  lac  per
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
ESTABLISHED^
1891
INCORPORATED
1905.
-_E_-_-__3________
LADIES:
es'
We have a large and up-to-date assortment of girls' and miss-
dresses  in  sizes  up  to IG years,      Price, from T.c up.
Ladles   blouses  rant'in . up  to $3.05  to clear at, each
.95c
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
_____���___���__
Liiid-
I pound.
Th,. British Columbia Electric Rallwaj will Hive " spec-al return rati
of .0 cents to Vancouver today tor
all those attending the races at
Minoru   Park,   Lulu   Island. 193-1
Rev. C. W. Brown of Queens Ave-
inue Method's! church will preach to
morrow morning or. "Christ in th.
Home,"
Mr. und Mrs, Bird, of Victoria, Who
I have  been   in   the   city   for   ihe   last
few days the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
iJ. H. Todd left yesterday on their way
in Seattle, where they will take in
, the Fair before returning to their
; homes.
The Vancouver Welsh choir, com-
! prising fifty voices, will give a sacred
concert at the Empress theatre,, Van
couver, tomorrow evening, commenc-
!ing at it o'clock. Mayor Douglas will
],reside. Un Thursday the choir will
go to Seattle, where they intend competing for the *"3uu prize offered lill
'the best  male choir.
Fom- representatives of the West-
minster Aerie of Fugles, No. 20, .1. N.
Aitchison F. .1. Lynch, .1. Wood, and
ll. Scliofi id. will assist in tbe reci p-
Uon to Frank K. Herring vlce-presl
deni of the ordei, who will be In Van-
(ouver today. Tomorrow be will
pecla] cm- nni a mect-
���ile Wil]  be held at three
(ouver   today,
L   come over ���-.-
h   Ing of the aer
|f   (1'1.11'k.
Th,. funeral wlll rnke place today of
Archibald   Archambault,     from     St
Peter's,  Roman     Catholic    cathedra
Mr. Archambault, who was employed
ui   the Occidental hotel,  died  suddenly  of  heart  failure at   the  age of  47.
II,. was a native of Ottawa, and leaves
[a   widow  and  seven  children.
Don't Forget the Place���
Chamberlin & Co.
SHOE STORE
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
>�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Snaps in Lots
2   LOTS,  DOUBLE CORNER���5 MINUTES TO SIXTH  ST. CAR
LINE;  $225;   TERMS.
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE���66x145   FEET;
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER  RIVER; $1300; TERMS.
Program changed Monday, Wea-
nesduy and Friday. Special mntlnee
for ladle, and children Saturdays at
2:30 p. ra.
��� 2 LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;   $600;   TERMS.
��� ���__���
X        These snaps are money-makers.   For further
X particulars applv to
! F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. t
��������������������>������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������i
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Everything and everybody is on the move in thi   sto
The prices are moving down, the people are mo\
the goods are moving out.
in and
In a Word, this sale is a grand
success.
We allow no
season. Will
this one we
umulation.   We carry no goi
irice:reducing events of the cl
over
periodically  reduce
hounds' teeth
stocks
as
of
as
C0M��'
COME!   Not necessarily with buying intentions.
Watch the goods  move out and your neighbor!
Buying here is a contagion.    You'll catch  it, a   ,     '
save astonishing amounts on every purchase.'  ((M.
Move On!
Fine Nottingham und cable
noi   curtains  In   white    and
ecru; :i 1-2 yards. 52 inches
wi,!.-. Regular $4.00 to $4.50
for
$2.95
Don'i neglect your opportunity if you have curtalnS
to buy. .__.", to $3.25 values.    Move on  pric,-
Move On!
MUSLIN WASH BONNETS
AND   TAMS    15c   EACH.
Regular  50c   to  $1.00.
M . .ui li'viies menu u
hi. loss "ii this lot of Child-
n n's    Wash    Bonnets    and
Tuiiv. \ f,.w are Slightly
soiled and mussed, causing
a downfall of price, on the
oilier lines in make the offering worth while. |��� the
milliner)  si ction, each
Move On!
LADIES-
WASH   COSTUMES
A  great  ninv    i
to-date   wash   sui' .    5 oniy
left  from  the i-' ���
inn amd  ihey  mu I
That    is   the   ordl :
musl   _,, on  sale ti
Regular $7.50 to $s 50,
$1.95
15c
$4.95
A number of very prettj
designs are shown m tin 1
Nottingham    lace    curtains,
full length,
< xlia   wldi
.    Re-
gular    .l.C.",
io   $1.75.
Move
oil  price
EXCEPTIONAL    VALUES
IN   LACE   CURTAINS
Fine Nottingham lace r"r-
tains, in handsome new
floral border design-; three
>cards long, 47 inches wide
Ri gular $1-35 to $1 50 per
pair
nnd
$1.35
Six   only   pink,
whit,, wash Buiti
in   26   I,,   28   li
rklrts   triiiim  1
w ith folde und    uv 1
on  sale price, regul
to   .10.00.
95c
14.95
82T__ynR7rT.��?v. '1.TJiiKTEK.
_!____��� ."__BUUI
Unusual Reductions in
Hosiery.
HOSIERY-
BOYS' COTTON HOSE
Heavy ribbed cotton hose,
odd lines In various styles,
some fine ribbed, others
heavy rilihed with double
knees; sizes (i i-_ to Ul
inch, s. The lot to clear dur
Ing the big move on sale.
Regular 2.",e an 1 30c per
pair
20f
GIRLS-
HOSE
LACE   COTTON
Tan, white and black, cot-
t(��i and openwork lai 1 : ~
sizes 5 1-2 to 8 1-2 Inches;
splendid value In the rt'^��[r
way, but the order -iv'" '"
these odd lines i- to mow
on. go on they go Regular
25c  to  35c.    Per pair
20c
���__._s._--. ...______.
u-.__
Move On!
LADIES'  AND   MISSES'
WASH  SUITS
10 only of these tailored
duck and linen wash costumes in white, blue und
mauve. Coals are cut In
new Styles, neatly trimmed,
With cinlrasilng collars and
cuffs. Skirls are trlmnie.
win, folds. Regular values
$5.60 to $10.7.",. Move on
sale  price,  each
ORDERS FOR COTTON
UNDERWEAR, LADIES-
COTTON UNDERVESTS
There is a big crowd
���lies fine lisle undervests, so
they have to move. There
are plain Hsk> vests, others
with lace trimmed sleeves
and yokes. Regular 35c.
Move on salt, price, each
$3.50
Move On!
15   ONLY   LADIES'
TWEED SKIRTS
It Is a small lot, affording
a wonderful opportunity to
save on a dress skirt. We
clear out this odd range regular $5.50 to $9 50, at
TAPESTRY  TABLE
COVERS
di'
fin
r(
ind
In  handsome  floral
with fringed edge, two y��
flquare,    colors    green
ivd.    Regular    value   J3-*6
Move on price
is
$2.95
$2.25
S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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