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 No. 1
SU«A\ERT0URSA*|V||j!ft|3
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to QuebecMaritime Provinces. I\A I LfV/% I
White Mountains.        ntt^n * Mnnwi
^Atlantic Sea Coast.  Ottawa aMontreal.
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1899
....    ...... . ....
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Sensible
the
Qanadian Pacific
Railway
Is the most Substantial and Perfectly Built Railway on the
Continent of America, and superbly equipped with the finest rolling
Stock modern skill can produce. Coaches, Dining and Sleeping-
Cars are triumphs of luxurious elegance, and excel in Stability and
Beauty of Finish any other in the world.
TOURISTS   Avi11 ^n{* ^he New Routo through Canada from
    the   Atlantic   to  the  Pacific   unapproached  for
magnificence and variety of scenery by any other line of travel. The
rugged wildness of the North Shore of Lake Superior, the picturesque
Lake of the Woods gold region, the Billowy Prairies of the Canadian
North-West, the stately grandeur of the Rockies, the marvels of the
Selkirks and Gold Range, and the wondrous Beauty of the Pacific
Coast are traversed by The Great Dustless Route. Being entirely
controlled and managed by one Company, the CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY offers special advantages to transcontinental travellers
that cannot be given by any other line. It is the Best, the Safest
and Fastest Route from Ocean to Ocean. The Company have spared
no expense in providing for tho wants and comfort of their patrons,
as their line of Dining Cars and Mountain Hotels will at all times
testify, being supplied with all that the most fastidious can desire.
Through the Mountains Observation Cars arc run in the Tourist Season.
THE ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS
"EMPRESS OF INDIA" "EMPRESS OF JAPAN"
"EMPRESS OF CHINA"
Placed on the Facific by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, bring
that Wonderland, Japan, within the reach of all. Sixty days from New
York will admit of one month's holiday in Japan.
THE CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN LINE
R. M. SS. "MIOWERA" "WARRIMOO"
and "AORANGI"
Between Vancouver and Victoria, B.C., and Sydney, New South Wales,
via Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Suva, Fiji, and Brisbane, Queensland,
is the shortest and most attractive route to the Tropics and Antipodes.
Through Tickets from Halifax, St. John, N. B., Quebec,
Montreal, Ottawa, Prescott, Brockville, Toronto, Hamilton,
London, and all points in Canada; also from New York, Boston,
and all points in the East, to Vancouver, Victoria, Skagway,
and other points in British Columbia and Alaska, and to
Portland, Ore., Puget Sound Ports, San Francisco, Japan,
China, Corea, Straits Settlements, India, H&waiian and Fijian
Islands, New Zealand, Australia, and Around the World*
INSIST ON GETTING YOUR TICKETS VIA
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
■ RATES ARE THE LOWEST ■ Canadian Pacific
Railway
0 Summer
tours
VOLUME I.—EASTERN TOURS.
Montreal and Vicinity.
The Laurentians.
Quebec and Lower St. Lawrence.
Maritime Provinces.
Newfoundland.
The Atlantic Coast.
Maine Summer Resorts.
White Mountains.
Boston and New England.
The Adirondacks.
For particulars of other tours,
VOL.   II.   CENTRAL TOURS     "j
VOL. ffl.   UPPER LAKE TOURS [See page 3.
VOL. IV.   WESTERN TOURS     J
ISSUED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
1899
i Canadian Pacific Railway
HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL, CANADA
SlR KC'MG A" H°RNK'   }President Montreal.
T. G. Shaughnessy   Vice-President Montreal.
Charles Drinkwater Secretary   Montreal.
I. G. Ogden Comptroller   Montreal.
W. Sutherland Taylor .. Treasurer Montreal.
Thos. TArr {M-M^gl*-** of     }Montreal.
W». Whyte  { Ma^retrwIrJ;L^WcSt °f... j Winnipeg
D. McNicoll   Passenger Traffic Manager. .Montreal.
G. M. Bosworth Freight Traffic Manager Montreal.
J. A. Sheffield { Supt Sleeping;, Dining and\ M ,
J {        Parlor Cars and Hotels J
Arthur Piers Supt. of Steamship Lines.... Montreal.
C. R. Hosmer Manager of Telegraphs Montreal.
L. A. Hamilton Land Commissioner    Winnipeg.
G.  McL.  Brown Executive Agent Vancouver, B.C.
r-  1?  tt   IT—,,™ J General Passenger Agent,   \ \rnwtivi    ,
C. E. E. Ussher -j    Lines Eagt (if f,ort ^rfhur j Montreal.
*»»* KBRR   { Tratest' of S S^rior. } ^p.*.
H. P. T.mmerman { Gen^iSuPen„te,;den«,       ^ j^  „ „
J- W- Lhonakd { GenSn!.^S„.. }T°™*>■
C W. Spencer { Gen^^P-;n;ende„t,     j Montreal
T      _    /-. I General Superintendent,        ) mt- •
James Oborne  | Wcsten, Division...... f W,nn,P<«-
R. MarpOLE I Gen?,ral Superintendent.       j Vancouver.
( Pacific Division J
C. E. McPherson j Asst  General Passenger      j. Toronto
(.        Agent      )
A. H. Notman | ASSAgc°nter.al. P.aSSe"ger      } St' J°hn- N'B •
J. N. Sutherland    { GenA^Divi^.... }». John, N. B.
W. B. Bull,™, Jr { ^M^g^., } Montreal.
E. Tiffin    j General Freight Agent,        )Toronto.
( Ontario Division    )
A.C.Henry  Purchasing Agent  Montreal.
H. L. Penny    Auditor of Disbursements Montreal.
J. H. Shearing Auditor of Pass. Receipts Montreal.
CJ- F— {^Tt^TR^....}^^-
J. R. Steele Freight Claims Auditor  Montreal.
G. S. Cantlie Superintendent Car Service. .Montreal.
A. D. MacTier General Baggage Agent Montreal.
| 67 & 68 King William
Archer Baker European Traffic Agent ..  S      Cockspur'    Street
S.W, London,Eng.
D. E. BRQWN    { GenY**?l£ ,China: } Hong Kong.
W. T. Payne { GenjapaIraffi^ .A&.ent. f°r    } Yokohama, Japan.
Sydney Haywood    Eastern Travelling Agent. {30 cSJu^lJdST*'
E.V. Skinner   General Eastern Agent ...   | 353^ Broadway,   New
,  „ T_.                               j General Agent, Passenger   1228 South  Clark St.,
J- *• LE,! t Department   J       Chicago,  111.
E. J. Coyle District Passenger Agent Vancouver,  B.C.
H. J. COLV.N District Passenger Agent.   j ^^Tla."*. S'"
M. M. Stern District Pa.senger Agent,   j Cia^^^ San s
ummer Lours
by the
Canadian Pacific Railway
VOLUME I.—EASTERN TOURS.
Montreal and Vicinity.
The Laurentians.
Quebec and Lower St. Lawrence.
Maritime Provinces.
Newfoundland.
The Atlantic Coast.
Maine Summer Resorts.
White Mountains,
Boston and New England.
The Adirondacfcs.
VOLUME II-CENTRAL TOURS.
Niagara Falls.
Toronto and Western Ontario.
The St. Lawrence and 1000 Islands.
Ottawa, the Capital of Canada.
The Upper Ottawa Valley.
Temiskaming,
VOLUME III.—UPPER LAKE TOURS.
The Great Upper Lakes—
Lake Huron.
Georgian Bay.
The Islands of the North Shore.
Sault Ste. Marie River—
The Famous Soo Canals.
Lake Superior—
Thunder Bay.
VOLUME IV—WESTERN TOURS.
Across the Continent.
Lake of the Woods.
Winnipeg and the Prairies.
The Crow's Nest Pass.
The Kootenays.
The Rockies—Banff, Lakes in the Clouds and Field.
The Selkirks—The Great Glacier.
Okanagan Lake.
The Pacific Coast—
Vancouver and Victoria.
Alaska and the Klondike.
Puget Sound.
California.
Trans-Pacific—
Honolulu.
Fiji.
Australia.
New Zealand.
China and Japan.
Around the World.
Copies of these publications, or of any other of the numerous books and
pamphlets issued by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, can be had free on
application to any agent of the Company, or to the Passenger Traffic Department,
Montreal. INDEX
To Places Named in Routes and Rates.
Abenakis Spri ngs   Que	
Adirondacks  IN. Y 19, 50,
Albany         "     	
Alton Bay N.H	
Amherst       N.S	
An napolis     "  	
Ashland Me	
Atlantic Seaside Resorts 80, 81,
Attean Seaside (see Jackman)   Me	
Ausable Chasm   N. Y	
Baie St. Paul  Que	
Bald Mountain House N.Y 49, 50,
Bangor   Me	
Bar Harbor    "      62, 63,
Bathurst   N.B	
Berlin N.H 84,85,
Bethlehem     "    §*. 86,
Bethlehem Junc     "    84, 8o,
Bic         Que	
Biddeford Me.. • • .80,
Blue Mountain Lake N.Y 49, 00,
Bluff Point    "   	
Boothbay Me	
Boston    Mass	
Cacouna    Que. ..
Caledonia Springs Ont.
Campbellton   N.B...
Camp.'hello     "
Cap a l'Aigle   Que ...
Cap St. Ignace     '
Cap Tourmente     "
Cascade Lake House N.Y...
Castine Me ....
Cedar Island Camp N.Y...
Cen tre Harbor N.H...
Charlottetown   P.E.I.
Chicoutimi Que.   . .
Colebrook N.H...
Conception Que... .
Cottage City    Mass.
Crawfords N.H...
.19,
.49,
Page.
49
86,87
51
99
64,65
99
51
93, 94
64
96
66
86,87
51
93,94
64,65
93, 94
93, 94
93,94
64, 65
81, 97
86,87
63
80,81
56,88
64, 65
96
64, 65
98
66
64,65
50, 86, 87
80.81
50, 86, 87
99
66,67
66. 76. 98
85, 93, 94
96
.53 to
Dalhousie    N.B.
Digby N.S.
Eastport   Me.
84, 85, 93, 94
64,65
57,99
       58, 98
Fabyans N.H 84, 85, 93, 94
Fredericton  N.B 58,96, 99
Fulton Chain    N.Y 49, 50,86, 87
Gaspe   Que..
Glen N.H.
Gorham   	
Grandes Piles	
Greenville Junction	
Grindstone	
:&e':
  58
.84,85,93,94
84, 85. 93 91
       58,96
       58,96
  51
Ha ! Ha! Bay Que 57t
Halifax N.S 59 to'
Hess' Camp N.Y 49, 50
Honnedaga    "    49] 50,'
Hotel Algonquin        "     40   0Q
Hotel Champiain     "    	
Hotel Childwold        "      49 50
Hotel Wawbeek      •■    '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.id' 60|
Houlton Me	
66,98
64, 89
86,87
86, 87
86,87
53
86,87
86, 87
96
Intercolonial Ry. Points	
Intervale Junc	
Isles of Shoals     "
Isle Verte Que.
.N. H
64
.84,85,93,94
64,65 EASTERN   TOURS
Page.
Jackman  Me  64
Jefferson (Waumbek House) N.H 84, 85. 93, 94
Kennebunkport Me 80, 81, 97
Labclle Que  90
Lake Clear N.Y 49, 50, 86, 87
Lake Edward Que        76, 98
Lake Joseph    "           76, 98
Lake Megantic    *'    96
Lake Memphremagog    "    64
Lake Placid N.Y 49, 50, 86, 87
Lake St. John Que 66, 76, 98
Lake Winnipesaukee (see Weirs)         83, 99
Lancaster      .... N.H 34, 86, 93, 94
Laurentian Mountains Que  96
Lisbon N.H 84 85, 93, 94
L'Islet Que       64, 65
Little Metis   "         64, 65
Littleton N.H 84, 85, 93, 94
Long Island  99
Long Lake Station N.Y   19,50,86,87
Long Lake (Village)    "    49, 50. 86, 87
Loon Lake House    '*    49, 50  86, 87
Loon Lake Station      "    19,50,86,87
Louisburg C. B  99
Lower St. Lawrence Resorts  66
McAdam   Junc N.B  67
Magog (see Lake Memphremagog)   .. .Que        64, 97
Maplewood N.H 81, 85, 93, 91
Masardis   Me  51
Mastigouche House Que        67,96
Megantic (see Lake Megantic).
Metapedia Que       64, 65
Millinocket Me  51
Moncton    N B       64, 65
Montmagny Que        64, 65
Montmorency Falls    '*    98
Montreal       "   67 to 69, 95
Moosthead I ake (see Greenville and Mount Kineo House).
Mount Kineo House Me       69 90
Mount Pleasant N.H 81, 85, 93, 94
Mount Washington    "     95
Mulgrave N.S       64, 65
Murray Bay Que        66, 69
Narragansett Pier R.I  95
New Glasgow N.S       64, 65
Newport K.I  95
Newport Vt  69 96
New York N.Y  69 to 74, 89, 90, 91
Norcross Me  51
North Conway N H 81, 85, 93, 94
North Hampton     "     98
North Stratford     "        84, 85
North  Sydney C.B 74, 82, 83
Old Forge  N.Y     49, 50,86,87
Old Orchard Beach Me   74, 80, 81. 93, 94. 97
Ottawa Ont 95,96,97
Paul Smith's Hotel NY 49, 50. 86, 87
Paul Smith's Station    "    49,50, 86,87
Perce Que  58
Pictou N.S 64, 65, 74. 75
Plymouth N.H  75
Point du Chene N.H       64, 65
Portland Me     75. 76, 80. 81, 91
Portsmouth N.H 76, 80, 81
Prescott Ont  97
Profile House N.H  84, 85, 93,94, 95
auebec Que        76, 97
uebec & Lake St. John Ry. Resorts  76
Rimouski Que        64, 65
Riviere du Loup     "    64.65,66
Roberval (Lake St. John)    "    66,76,98
Rockland   Me 77, 78, 80. 81
Rocky Point Inn N.Y 49, 50, 86, 87
Rustic Lodge  "  49,50,86,87
Rye Beach N.H  98
Ste. Adele Que  96
Ste. Agathe     "      96 EASTERN   TOURS
St. Andrews   N. B.
Ste. Anne (I. C. R.) Que..
St. Anne de Beaupre	
St. Faustin	
St. Flavie     "    •
St. Gabriel de Brandon    "
St. Jean Port Joli    "   .
St. John N. B.
St. John's Nfld..
St. Jovite Que. •
St. Leon Springs     "
St. Margaret     "    .
St. Paschal     "    .
St. Raymond     "
St. Stephen N. B.
Saco    Me...
Saguenay River Resorts	
Saranac Club N.Y.
Saranac Inn Hotel     "    .
Saranac Inn Station     *'
Saranac Lake     *'
Saratoga     "    .
Scarboro Beach Me.
Shawanegan Falls Que
Page.
..77, 92, 96
64, 65
98
96
. 64,65
97
.      64,65
.78,79,92
B.
Shediac .
Stacy ville  Me.
Sugar Hill N. H...
Summerside P. E. I.
Summit of Mount Washington N. H...
Sydney C. B...
Tadousac Que
Trenton Falls N. Y..
Trois Pistoles Que. .
Troy N.Y .
Truro N.S..
Tupper Lake June N. Y..
Twin Mountain N.H.
Waumbek House (see Jefferson) N. H.
Wawbeek Lodge (see Hotel Wawbeek).
Weirs N.H.
Wells Beach Me....
Westport Ont. .,
Whitefield N. H.
White Lake N. Y..
White Mountain Resorts N. H.
Windsor N. S..
W. lfboro N. H..
Woodstock N. B.,
Yarmouth N. S..
York Beach Me....
York Harbor  " ...
 79,96,97
..  .. 96
       64,65
      76 98
 77,96,98
 80,81,97
       66,81
.49, 50, 86 87
.49, 50, 86. 87
.49, 50, 86, 87
.49,50,86,87
  81
 80, 81, 97
  99
....      64, 65
  51
. 84, 85, 93, 94
       81,82
  95
       82,83
....66, 83,98
49, 50, 86, 87
,  ...      64,65
  51
      64,65
.49,50,86,87
.84, 85, 93, 94
       80,81
95
'.84.'85. 93, 94
.49,50,80,87
. 84, 85, 93, 94
  85
  99
  96
.85,95 99
.80, 81, 97
80, 81 General Information
£TT<lHE TOURIST ROUTES shown herein cover only a
small portion of the attractive places that can be reached
by the Canadian Pacific Railway and Steamship Lines.
Additional routes will be made and prices given on
application to any city ticket office of the Company in Canada.
Tourist tickets entitle the purchaser to all the privileges of
regular first class tickets.
Unless otherwise specified they are on sale from June 1st to
September 30th, and are available for travel until November 1st of
the year in which issued. They are good for stop-over on application
to Conductor or Purser at any intermediate point on the Canadian
Pacific Railway or Steamship lines, within their time limit. Portions
issued over the lines of other railways or transportation companies
are subject to the local stop-over regulations of the lines over which
they read.    See pages 9 and 10.
Transfers between stations are not included in Tourist Tickets,
unless specially noted, as they are necessary at very few points, and
most of these being places of interest, tourists would naturally desire
to see them.
Round Trip Tours going one way and returning another, that
are designated "R.W.," can be reversed, at the time of ticket
purchase, for the convenience of tourist.
Many of the steamer lines cease running, or make irregular
trips, prior to November Ist, and tourists should consult each
company's advertisements, and arrange their movements accordingly,
as all Tourist Tickets are sold on condition that they are used
while the service is in effect.
The tickets for side trips should be purchased at the starting
point, as in many instances the benefit of the Side-Trip rates cannot
be obtained at the junction point where the side trip diverges fiom
the main tour.
The time of railway and steamship connections given herein
cannot be guaranteed, as it is subject to change as the season
advances. For details and latest changes a perusal of the current
time-table " folder " of the Company is recommended.
Where steamship routes are designated thus ||, it indicates that
no extra charge will be made for meals and berths on steamships.
If not so marked, meals and berths are not included and will be
charged for extra.
Children between the ages of 5 and 12 years will be charged
half fare on railways and inland steamer lines on North American
Continent ; over 12 years, full fare.
The Railway Company maintains a staff of Travelling Passenger
Agents to accompany large parties of tourists, sportsmen or pleasure
seekers, and will, when such parties are being formed, send a
representative to render assistance and give all information.
Special and First-Class Sleeping Cars will be reserved for parties
of eighteen or more first-class passengers ; and when destined to a
point west of Fort William or Sault Ste. Marie will be reserved for EASTERN TOURS
parties of fifteen or more first-class passengers, on payment of the
required number of first-class fares. The rate will be about $45.00
per car per day for the use of such cars in addition to the price of
passage tickets.
Tourists are warned that in no instances are their tickets
transferable, and if they are unable to use a whole or a part of the
ticket, the portion unused should be returned not later than November 30th, 1899, to the General Passenger Agent of the Canadian
Pacific Railway, at Montreal, or to the Traffic Manager at Winnipeg,
who will refund the difference between the fare for the distance
travelled and amount paid.
When Tourist rates are quoted herein from points not located
on the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, the routes by which the
Canadian Pacific Railway will be reached, unless otherwise stated,
are as follows :
From Buffalo or Niagara Falls to Hamilton by Michigan Central Rd. to Welland, thence Toronto Hamilton &
Buffalo Ry.
From Buffalo to Toronto by Michigan Central Rd. to
Welland, Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo Ry. to Hamilton, thence
Canadian Pacific Ry.; or by New York Central & Hudson
River Rd. to Lewiston Wharf, thence Niagara Nav. Co. ; or
by Michigan Central Rd. to Niagara-on-the-Lake, thence
Niagara Nav. Co. ; or by Buffalo Ry. to City Line ; Buffalo &
Niagara Falls Electric Ry. to Niagara Falls ; Niagara Falls
& Lewiston Rd.  to Lewiston, thence Niagara Nav. Co.
From Niigara Falls to Toronto by Michigan Central Rd.
to Welland, Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo Ry. to Hamilton,
thence Canadian Pacific Ry.; or by Niagara Falls Park &
River Railway to Queenston, thence Niagara Nav. Co.; or by
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. to Lewiston Wharf,
thence Niagara Nav Co. ; or by Michigan Central Rd. to
Niagara-on-the-Lake, thence Niagara Nav. Co.; or by Niagara
Falls   &   Lewiston Rd. to Lewiston, thence Niagara Nav. Co.
From Boston, Mass., to Newport, Vt., by Montreal &
Boston Air Line (Boston & Maine Rd.)
From Portland, Me., to Newport, Vt., by the Maine
Central Rd. to Lunenburg via Fabyans, thence Boston &
Maine Rd.
Tickets or coupons between Owen Sound and Sault Ste. Marie
and Owen Sound and Fort William, in either direction, reading over
the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, will be available for passage
between Owen Sound and Sault Ste. Marie either by the Through
Express Steamships of the Canadian Pacific Railway running between
Owen Sound and Sault Ste. Marie direct, or (if exchanged by C.P.R.
Agent at Sault Ste. Marie or Owen Sound) by the Local Steamship
Lines running north of Manitoulin Island and calling at intermediate
ports.
Berths in Steamships of the Canadian Pacific S.S. Line can be
procured through Ticket Agent when purchasing ticket, or through
city ticket office at Toronto.
All the Tourist Tickets by routes specified herein are on sale
in the city ticket offices of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, from which rates are shown ; but tickets for many of the
tours may be obtained at numerous other offices. Full information
and descriptive matter can lie obtained on application to any
ticket agent of the Railway Company, or to any officer of the
Passenger Traffic Department mentioned on inside front and back
pages. Correspondence is respectfully invited, see addresses on
inside of back cover. Stop-over Privileges
ALLOWED ON OTHER LINES
American Line Steamers (St. Lawrence River)
Stop-over allowed on application to purser.
Anchor Line.
Stop-over allowed at any regular port.
Bangor & Aroostook Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor, except on excursion tickets which are limited to continuous passage in each direction.
Bay of Quinte Ry.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor,
Boston & Albany Rd.
Stop-over allowed for ten days on notice to conductor.
Boston & Maine Rd.
Stop-over for ten days allowed at any station (except between Ware,
Concord,   Willming-ton,  Stoneham,   Salem,   Marblehead  or   Reading
and Boston) on notice to conductor.
Bras d'Or Steam Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed on application to purser.
Central Vermont Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor.
Champlain Transportation Co. (Str. on Lake Champlain).
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co.
No intermediate stops.
Day Line Steamers (on Hudson River).
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
Delaware & Hudson Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor.
Delaware Lackawanna & Western Rd.
Stop-over allowed on notice to Conductor.
Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed at St. Clair on up trip only.
Dominion Atlantic Ry.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry.
Stop-over for ten days allowed on application to conductor.
ErieRd.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Fall River Line (Old Colony S.B. Line).
Stop-over of five days allowed at Newport, R.I., in either direction on
notice to purser.
Fitchburg-Rd.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Georgian Bay & Lake Superior S.B. Line.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
Grand Trunk Railway System.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor.
Great Northern Transit Co's Steamers.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
Hudson River Day Line.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
Intercolonial Railway.
Stop-over I'llovved at any station on notice t > conductor.
International Steamship Line.
Stop-over allowed at any landing".
Kingston & Pembroke Railway.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Lake George Steamboat Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
Lake Michigan & Lake Superior Transportation Co.
Stop-over allowed at all ports except Milwaukee.
Lehigh Valley Rd.
Stop-over on notice to conductor. EASTERN TOURS
Maine Central Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor, except on
excursion tickets which arc limited to continuous passage in each
direction.
Michigan Central Rd.
Stop-over  of fifteen days at any station allowed on going journey to
eastern resorts.
Minneapolis St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry.
Stop-over allowed on application to conductor.
Mount "Washington Railway.
No intermediate stops.
New Bedford Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket S.B. Line.
Stop-over oi ten days allowed on notice to purser.
Newfoundland Ry.
Stop-over allowed on application to conductor.
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor, on summer
tourist tickets bearing final limit Oct. 31st, unless coupons call for
continuous passage.
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd.    (New Haven System).
One stop-over allowed on each division on notice to conductor.
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd.    (Old Colony System).
One stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
New York Ontario & Western Ry.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Niagara Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
Northern Michigan Transportation Co.
Stop-over allowed.
Northern S.S. Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
Northern Navigation Co. of Ontario, Limited.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
Ottawa River Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed at Carillon,   Grenville and L'Orignal for Caledonia
Springs —at other points on notice to purser.
People's (Night) Line Steamers (Hudson River).
No intermediate stops.
Portland Mt. Desert & Machias S.B. Line.
Stop-over allowed at any landing on notice to purser.
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd.
No stop-over allowed.
Quebec Central Ry.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Quebec & Lake St. John Railway.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Quebec Montmorency & Charlevoix Railway.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Quebec Steamship Co.
Stop-over allowed.
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser, except between Quebec and
Riviere du Loup.
Steamship "Bruce."
No intermediate stops.
St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain Rd.
Stop-over of ten days allowed at any station on notice to conductor.
St. Lawrence River S.B. Co. & Thousand Island S.B. Co.
No slop-over allowed.
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo Ry.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
"West Shore Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor only on summer
tourist tickets bearing final limit of Oct. 31st.
Windsor Detroit & Soo Line.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser. Advantages
Offered by the
Canadian Pacific
Railway
TO PROMOTE TRAVEL
Round Trip First Class Tickets, good for one month, are
sold between stations east of Port Arthur and Sault Ste. Marie at
a reduction of one-sixth from double the one-way rates.
One Thousand Mile Tickets, for $25.00, good for one year
and available over all portions of the line east of Sault Ste. Marie
and Sudbury, except on Lake Temiskaming Branch, are sold at
principal stations.
Saturday Excursion Tickets, good for return until the
following Monday, are sold during summer months from Eastern
cities to the country points within a radius of about sixty miles, at
ten cents more than the one-way first-class rate. For particulars
apply to city ticket offices.
Sportsmen, travelling together in Canada, in parties of five or
more, will be issued return tickets, good for one month, to shooting
and fishing resorts on the Canadian Pacific Railway, at greatly reduced
rates. 200 lbs. of baggage and camp equipment, consisting of tents,
canoes or skiffs under 20 feet in length, camp utensils, etc., including
a fish or game catch of 50 lbs. weight, will be carried free in certain
specified territory for each sportsman. Full particulars as to rates,
localities, etc., can be obtained from any ticket agent of the Company.
Perusal of the pamphlet " Fishing and Shooting on the Canadian
Pacific Railway " is recommended. A copy can be procured on
application to any of the Company's agents.
Baby Carriages (estimated weight 75 lbs. each) will be
checked at owner's risk to stations on Canadian Pacific Ry. east of
Port Arthur, as personal baggage, but no more than one baby carriage
will be checked on each ticket.
Dogs. Dogs will be carried only at owner's risk if provided
with suitable collars and chains to secure them. The charge for each
dog will be the same as for one hundred (100) pounds excess baggage.
Special Round Trip Excursion Parties. Reduced rates
for such parties are made when eight or more passengers are travelling
together. Rummer tours   ©)
* Canadian Pacific
Railway
O determine upon taking a summer
outing is perhaps not so difficult as to
decide where to go. Important factors,
of which time and cost are not the
least, frequently interfere with one's
inclinations and largely influence the ultimate
choice. It is with the intention of assisting in
the solving of this problem that this book, with
the others of the series, is published by the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company, whose lines
stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific, with
a network of branches, offer peculiar facilities to the intending holiday-
maker, whether he decides upon going to the Atlantic sea-side, the
great lakes, the northern forests, the prairies, the mountains or
the Pacific coast. Whatever his destination, he is assured of an
incomparable service in the perfectly equipped road whose distinguishing features have gained an enviable reputation for the Canadian
Pacific the world over ; and if he is in search of sport with gun or rod,
he will find within easy distance regions that are filled with large
and small game, and through which flow waters teeming with fish.
The tourist by the Canadian Pacific is not limited to land travel
or even to the American Continent. The Company's magnificent
steamers traverse the Great Lakes, the water stretches of British
Columbia and the Pacific Ocean. One who has sixty days to spare
can travel from the Atlantic coast across the continent and over the
Pacific to Japan, spend a month in the land of the Mikado and return
to the Atlantic cities within two months of his departure, or even in
less time he can visit the charming Hawaiian and Fijian Islands or
" do" Alaska and the Klondike. Even this does not reach the limit of
the arrangements made by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for
tourists. A tourist can purchase a ticket at a very moderate price which
will take him around the world, with stop-over privileges enabling him
to wander about Japan, inspect the chief cities of China, the Straits
Settlements and Australasia, and visit the historical places of India,
Egypt and Europe. For the information of those who contemplate
making one or other of these tours, the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company has published, in addition to this series of " Summer
Tours," a number of short guides and maps compiled from trustworthy
sources. They are called "Westward to the Far East " and "East
to the West" (guides to the principal cities in Japan and China,
travelling either by the eastern or western routes), " New Highway
to the Orient," "Across Canada to Australia," "Hawaii," and
"Around the World," which, with "Fishing and Shooting" (a
pamphlet of special interest to anglers and hunters), can be obtained
free of charge on application to any agent of the Railway Company,
or to the Passenger Traffic Department of the Railway at Montreal.
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V EASTERN   TOURS
Montreal
THE COMMERCIAL METROPOLIS AND ITS
ATTRACTIONS.
IjTIIE commercial metropolis of
Canada, with a population of
», 350,000, is picturesquely situated
on an island in the St. Lawrence — an ocean port although
600  miles  from  the   sea  by the
river's course.    It is one of the handsomest and most interesting cities
on the continent—a city of trees and parks and pleasant drives, wherein EASTERN   TOURS
lie all the attractions of a summer resort, its mountain park on the
summit of Mount Royal being, perhaps, the most unique public pleasure
ground in the world. Few places, indeed, are there in America to
which a visit gives as many delightful experiences, its summer temperature making it one of the few larger cities where people can live
in comfort during the warmer months, the heat being not enervating
as in more southern latitudes.
In many ways the most striking features of old and new-world
cities are here combined, and nowhere else in America will be seen
the marked contrasts which Montreal presents. Mingled with the
luxury and culture of the Nineteenth Century is the picturesque
quaintness of a vanished age. The customs and usages of young
America and old France—characteristic of the old and new eras of
civilization—are here seen curiously interwoven. The costly public
buildings, massive business blocks, and handsome piivate residences,
evidencing the concentration of great wealth, rise side by side with
quaint old grey churches and sombre-looking convents and nunneries
and grand cathedrals which rival those of the Old World in their
magnificence and splendor.
Montreal is interesting historically, for here—then the Hochelaga
of the Indian—Jacques Carrier, came in 153S> ar>d Champlain chose
the site of a city eighty-one years later. Here Maisonneuve fought
hand-to-hand encounters with the red man ; here was the headquarters of French trading and exploration through the trackless West;
and here dwelt those fearless adventurers of the early days, La Salle,
Du L'hut, Cadillac and Bienville, and others whose names are written
on the pages of American history. Here Indian and French and
British and American struggled for mastery, and in 1775 General
Montgomery and the Colonial forces occupied the town for a short
period.
The city's churches have a peculiar attraction to strangers, and
are open to visitors during the day time. The immense French
Church of Notre Dame, which holds twenty thousand people, is a
magnificent edifice whose le gros bourdon is one of the five largest
bells in the world ; in St. James' Cathedral, on Dominion Square, one
sees a reproduction of St. Peter's at Rome on a reduced scale,
and the quaint old church of Our Lady of Bonsecours, dating from
1658, presents a fine type of the habitant's place of worship. There
are many other edifices of scarcely less interest. In educational
matters Montreal takes a leading place. With McGill, Laval and
nearly a hundred colleges, schools, seminaries, and convents, there
are public art galleries and museums. There are many other points
of interest around and about the city—the Champ de Mars, with
memories of French, British and American armies of occupation ; the
Place d'Armes, with its picturesque monument of Maisonneuve ; the
Chateau d'Ramezay, the residence of the Governors of old Canada and
of Benjamin Franklin while living here, and perhaps the most interesting ancient historical building in Canada, in which are collected
many historical relics; Nelson's Monument, behind which formerly
stood the town pillory ; the Bonsecours Market, where a glimpse is
given of primitive habitant life ; St. Helen's Island ; the Y. M. C. A.
building, on Dominion Square ; the open public squares, monuments,
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The two stations of the Canadian Pacific Railway Co.—the
Windsor Street and Place Viger—are imposing structures which are
undoubtedly among the handsomest buildings in the city—rare combinations of elegance, comfort and architectural beauty—and fitting
illustrations of the enterprise of the road. The Windsor Street station
is a massive stone building, somewhat resembling, in its frontage on
two streets, the keep of a Norman castle. Upstairs are the head
offices of the Company, where the business of the great artery of
travel is arranged, and below are minor offices, the grand general
waiting room, with its noble arches and massive polished granite
columns ; the ladies' waiting-room, and last, but not least, the dining-
room, the antitheses of those railway dining-rooms whose peculiarities
afford so many opportunities to the comic journalists of America.
The Place Viger depot, at the East End, is a combined hotel and
station in the French Renaissance style of architecture, built of grey
limestone and Scotch firebrick, and in its appointments and furnishings
is evidence of the happy blending of luxury and comfort. It is conveniently located near the business centre of the city and within a
short distance of the ocean and lake steamer docks.
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A run down the Eachine Rapids is a novel and exhilarating
experience, and even a brief visit to the Indian village of Caughna-
waga, opposite Lachine, will give the visitor an idea of the advanced
civilization of the aborigines of Canada, and in different parts of the
island which are reached by street car there are pleasant summering
places and typical French-Canadian villages which will interest the
visitor.
Montreal is the headquarters of the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company, whose lines radiate from this great commercial centre in
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all directions, by which the principal points in Quebec, Ontario,
the Maritime Provinces, North Atlantic sea coast of the United
States, the great prairies of the West, the mountains of British
Columbia and on the Pacific Coast are reached. The immediate
vicinity of Montreal is well served by the Company's branch lines,
which parallel the St. Lawrence on its northern bank to Quebec,
penetrate  the   Laurentians,  and reach out  to the many summering
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places on lake and river, for Montreal is surrounded by a network of
waters, each possessing a distinctive charm and peculiarity strangely
interesting to the visitor. Amongst these are Ste. Anne's, at the head
of the island, 20 miles from the city, which Tom Moore immortalized
with his poetic pen; Ste. Rose, Lake Louisa near Lachute, and others
which are mentioned in fuller detail in these pages.
The village of Knowlton, on Brome Lake, offers great attractions, with its surroundings, to the tourist and families seeking a
quiet summer resort. The scenery is charming, and there is capital
boating and bathing in the lake in which there is good fishing—
bass and pickerel. There are magnificent drives in every direction
—through Foster Park, to the cemetery, over the hills, around the
lake, through the Bolton Pass to the famous sulphur springs, and to
Lake Memphremagog. The town, which has a splendid supply of
water, also boasts of a public library, reading room and spacious
concert hall. There are good hotels and boarding houses, and at
the neighboring farmers' houses visitors can find good accommodation
for the summer months. There is a daily train between Montreal and
Knowlton, and the Canadian Pacific has arranged for a fast train,
during summer, which leaves Montreal every .Saturday, and Knowlton
on Monday mornings. This service is chiefly intended to suit the
convenience of the summer visitors.
Throughout the whole Eastern Townships are scattered villages
which offer attractions to summer pleasure and rest seekers, for they
all possess that perfection of climate and scenic beauty which have
made this part of Quebec a delight to every tourist that has visited
them.
The Laurentians
THE WONDERFUL MOUNTAIN-LAKE REGION
OF QUEBEC.
THE Laurentian Hills, the illimitable wilderness which
stretches away to Hudson's Bay, are within a few hours ride of
Montreal. In this vast region is a labyrinth of lakes and streams,
forming a perfect network of water stretches which teem with fish of
different species and in some parts of the country large and small
game are also plentiful. Until within a few years this vast territory
was very difficult of access and but little explored, and was in fact
almost a terra incognita. The completion of the Labelle branch of
the Canadian Pacific Ry., has made easy of access these Laurentian
lakes, and opened up new and virgin fields of sport, and in no place
can the lover of the rod well spend a week or two with more glorious
certainties of an excellent catch. The scenery along the route is of
a varied and most interesting character, including forests, lakes,
rivers and mountains, not one of which is uninteresting, and on
account of which this district has so aptly been termed the Switzerland of America. The great Horseshoe Curve in the mountains is a
worthy rival of that of the famous Pennsylvania in the splendors of
scenic beauty it reveals. The charms of this vast region are now becoming known to the lovers of nature and of outdoor life; its healthfulness is proverbial.     The pure mountain air, laden with the balmy
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odors of cedar and spruce, the cool sparkling lakes, added to the
freshness and charm of nature, make this whole region one of
incomparable beauty and just the place one seeks for rest.
It is only 20 miles to Ste. Therese, where the railway through the
Laurentians branches off to the north, and thirteen miles further on
is St. Jerome, from which another branch leads to Ste. Julienne, past
New Glasgow, prettily situated on the side of a mountain and in the
valley below, near the waterfalls of a mountain stream. There are two
hotels and excellent facilities for camping amidst the most delightful
environments. Above the falls is good fly trout fishing, and in Lac
L'Achigan, about eleven miles away, there are speckled and grey
trout, while in the lakes a few miles further north bass are plentiful.
Between St. Jerome and New Glasgow is Ste. Sophie, where there
is excellent trout fishing and to which place sportsmen are attracted in
the fall of the year by the capital woodcock shooting on the fiat lands.
Shawbridge, nine miles from St. Jerome  on the Labelle branch,
STE. AGATHE
and forty-two from Montreal, is the gateway to the lake district of
Ste. Angelique, a region little known to tourists and where there is
good camping, boating and fishing. Two miles further on the
Montfort Junction Railway leads off to another virgin;field,'winding
up the mountain sides to one of the highest points in the Province.
In the lakes and brooks are trout, both red and grey, and in the
woods are red deer, partridge and rabbits. There is a fine new hotel
at Montfort, and another at Arundel, the terminus of the line.
From St. Margaret's, or Belisle's Mills, it is a three-mile drive
to Ste. Marguerite, a pretty village on Lac Masson, where from the
crest of a near-by mountain a glorious landscape is obtained. Within
view are no fewer than eighteen lakes—all capital fishing waters—
and north and east is Lac Charlebois, famous for its trout. By a
series of dams a waterway has been constructed from Lac Masson to
Lac des Islets, the banks of which afford good camping grounds.
Near where the Laurentians reach their greatest altitude is the
pleasant village of Ste. Agathe des Monts, which is sixty-four miles
from Montreal, and is delightfully situated on one of the most winsome
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lakes—des Sables—and within a radius of seven or eight miles are
no fewer than thirty-three lakes, in nearly all of which there is good
trout fishing. There is a steam launch on the lake, and small boats
can easily be engaged, the larger hotels usually supplying them free
to guests. The roads in the vicinity are good, enabling visitors to
drive through the country and reach nameless lakelets in which few
lines have ever been cast. Good hotel accommodation is provided, there being five hotels and several boarding houses in the
village. The principal hotel—Castle des Monts—is erected on an
island connected with the mainland by a bridge. The rates at the
hotels are from $1.00 to $2.00 per day, with material reductions for
prolonged visits, and good accommodation can be secured elsewhere
from $3.00 per week upwards.
From Ste. Agathe it is an attractive seven-mile drive to Ste.
Lucie, around which cluster twenty fishing lakes. The village
boasts of a comparatively large hotel, at which visitors can be
supplied with boats, fishing tackle and vehicles. Eighteen miles
away—and more tempting to the sportsman than to those in
quest of rest and repose—are Lakes Archambault and Ourreau,
two of the largest sheets of water in the Laurentians, in a wild region
where red deer, lynx, partridge, and occasionally a moose, are found.
St. Faustin, on the railway line, seventy-eight miles from Montreal, has its quota of well-stocked lakes, in close proximity, and at
Bullrush Lake, six miles away, rude accommodation is furnished.
St. Jovite, eight miles further north, is another charming lake
centre. The village is picturesquely situated in a broad valley, and
although its birth dates back only a few years evidences a material
and prosperous growth. The Riviere au Diable, a noted trout stream,
flows through the village. Among the lakes in the immediate vicinity are Lake Long, l}4. miles away, celebrated for its salmon trout
and large pike ; Lake Brochet, two miles from the village, in which
pike, perch and carp are plentiful ; Lake Ouimet, three miles, an
island dotted sheet, which has been called " the fisherman's paradise,"
and Lakes Lamoureux, Clair, Desmarais, Sam and others as yet
unnamed, which comprise, with those about Ste. Agathe, the best
trout fishing waters in America.
Lac Tremblant, the largest lake in the district, is reached from
either St. Jovite or Conception, the next railway station north, and it
is on the shores of this magnificent body of water that it is proposed to
erect a sanitarium, so favorable for such an institution are the existing conditions of salubrious climate, altitude and delightful environments. Salmon trout and grey trout, the latter of which average
from seven to ten pounds, are plentiful, and there is fair shooting in
the locality. Mount Tremblant is alluring to mountain climbers,
it being a day's scramble to the top, where the incomparable
views which its eminences afford amply recompense one's exertions.
On the summit and side are the three Stair lakes, connected by grand
waterfalls, whose thunderings vibrate the earth and give the mountain its name. So peculiarly fascinating are the surroundings, and
so eminently fitted for the purpose is the place, that its early erection
into a great national park is assured.
Labelle is the terminus of the railway, around which cluster innumerable   lakes,   rivalling  those   further   south   in their charm of
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surroundings and repute amongst anglers. From a quarter of a mile
to twenty miles they are to be found, some easy and some more
difficult of access, but in none of them will the tourist be disappointed. Here, as at the other places mentioned, reliable guides are
procurable, vehicles and boats are for hire, and the tourist can be
assured of a maximum of pleasure at a minimum of expense.
Beyond Labelle, carriage roads lead to Macaza and to the
Nominingue district, from which canoe trips can be made in many
directions.
While there are hotels scattered throughout this vast region—and
in some places very comfortable ones—many families find the greatest enjoyment in camping on the margin of some pretty lake and
revelling in the luxury of outdoor life with all the pleasurable accompaniments of boating, bathing and fishing at command. Permission
to pitch tents is readily obtainable, or, in some sections, a small plot
of ground can be cheaply purchased outright, on which the erection
of an unpretentious cabin meets present requirements and may be the
precursor in many instances of handsome summer residences.
Quebec
THE LOWER ST. LAWRENCE AND LAKE
ST. JOHN.
QUEBEC is reached from Montreal either by rail or boat. At
many points on the journey down the north bank of the St. Lawrence
by the Canadian Pacific Railway the scenery is wild and picturesque,
and all along the line can be observed abundant traces of the primitive French methods that marked the early settlement of this region.
Numerous noted fishing waters are crossed, for this is one of the best
localities for the angler of all the many good points in the Province
of Quebec. Perhaps one of the most interesting points of the entire
route is St. Leon Springs, where the famous medicinal waters of that
name are obtained. These springs are situated on the banks of the
Riviere du Loup, about five miles from Louiseville station, where
Concord stages meet all trains. The merits of the saline St. Leon
water are such that each season sees a goodly gathering at this pretty
rural resort. Ample accommodation will be found there, and in
addition to its curative waters, the surroundings of St. Leon are
quiet and restful.     Fairly good fishing can be had close at hand.
The Mastigouche Lakes, which include some of the most noted
fishing waters of America, are reached by branch railway from Joliette,
55 miles east of Montreal, to St. Gabriel de Brandon, 22 miles north,
and beyond these are other lakes and streams which offer splendid
sport to the angler and unexcelled canoe routes which lead to Lake
St. John, to the St. Maurice, and to the upper waters of the Ottawa,
from which the St. Lawrence can again be reached.
On the St. Maurice River, between Three Rivers and Grandes
Piles, to which a branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway runs, are
the Shawanegan and Grand Mere Falls. The former is termed the
Queen  of Canadian  Falls, rivalling Niagara in immensity and sub-
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limity. The fall is divided by a wooded island in the centre, the
temporarily separated waters uniting at the foot. Down the slope of
160 feet, and at every conceivable angle, the resistless waters pour.
The scene is one   of wild and unsurpassed beauty.    A comfortable
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hotel makes a pleasant stopping-place for those who wish to see
Nature's beauty unadorned. These falls are reached from Three
Rivers or from Lac a.la Tortue, at which latter station the hotel conveyance meets all regular trains.    The falls of the Grand Mere, some EASTERN   TOURS
distance above Shawanegan, are only fifty feet high, but are well
worth a visit. Higher up the St. Maurice, at the beginning of the
navigable portion of the river, is the village of Grandes Piles, where
are located very extensive pulp mills. This is at the very gateway
of the Laurentians proper, through which the only passage way is
the river, which runs a serpentine course from La Tuque to Grandes
Piles, a distance of 70 miles. The region back of the river abounds
in lakes and streams, which, filled with fish, attracts anglers in great
numbers, many of the waters being leased by fishing clubs. There
are important iron works at Radnor Forges (established in the last
century) eleven miles from Three Rivers on the branch which leads
to Grand Mere, and from Radnor comes a well-known mineral water.
Cap de la Madeleine, where there is an historic church and shrine, is
only a few miles from Three Rivers, from which a branch of the
C.P.R. runs.
The remainder of the route to Quebec is through a country
similar to that already referred to.
By river, the steamer makes a night trip, but the departure and
arrival are so timed that the best of the scenery is visible at either
end of the journey. A particularly fine view of Montreal, the
mountain, and the great water-front, the islands and banks of the
river and other points is afforded, as the boat moves down stream.
The beautiful enlargement of the St. Lawrence, known as Lake St.
Peter, and the mouth of the Jacques Carrier river, are shortly passed.
The latter stream flows from the north, and is a noted salmon river.
Here and along the both shores, henceforth, are relics and legends of
the romantic and belligerent history of the early days of the province,
and each headland has some old battery or monument, or legend of
missionary or patriotic zeal. Sillery and Cap Rouge, covered with
villas, then tower up upon the left, while on the right are the steamboat wharves of South Quebec and Liverpool. Then the steamer
turns toward the city, and moors to her wharf under the shadow of
the great cliff and its citadel.
Since Jacques Cartier and his followers spent their first winter
under the cliffs, Quebec has passed through the various stages from
camp to trading post, from a mere fort to a city of 75,000 inhabitants,
and where formerly a few Indians sold their peltries there is now a
busy commercial centre. The architecture of the city is a strange
medley, but a very pleasing one to an artistic eye. Lofty spires
tower above the quaint little houses and narrow, irregular streets of
" lower town," and above all the great citadel, the cannon guarded
rock that bids defiance to any attacking force. A well-known writer
in describing the city says : " It is safe to say that there is no spot
on earth that combines more features of beauty and grandeur. To
the south are the heights of Point Levis, that rise in tier above tier
to the boundaries of the State of Maine ; to the north is the Laurentian Range that stretches as far as the eye can reach, to the confines
of Hudson Bay ; to the west is the mighty St. Lawrence, hemmed in
between steep and lofty banks ; to the east appear the beautiful
Island of Orleans, the lofty Falls of Montmorency and the cultivated
slopes of Beauport. On the one side stretches the lovely Valley of
the St. Charles, while on the other rises the lofty precipitous hill on
which the  citadel is perched, like an eagle in its eyrie.    This hill,
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WOI.EE S MONUMENT, QUEBEC
known  by  the  general name  of Cape Diamond,  is perfectly bare,
almost perpendicular, and is as clear cut as if it had been chiselled by
A a sculptor. Gibraltar itself cannot look more
solid and impregnable. For many miles, in all
directions, it dominates the whole region. It
would seem to be impossible to combine a greater
number of beautiful and imposing features. The
most striking contrasts and combinations of land
and water, of valley and mountain, of culture
and savagery, of art and nature, of light and
shade, are found here in their greatest
perfection. * * * * The singularity of Quebec lies in the fact that
every inch of its ground is historic.
Its streets and lanes ; its hills and
vales, even in their names, recall the
great men, events and history of the
past. In Champlain, Richelieu, and
Buade streets we have the names of
the men who watched over the infancy
of the Colony. The names of saints,
that everywhere abound, proclaim the attachment of the people to
the old Roman faith, while heroism, patriotism, saintliness or learning, are remembered by such names as Bubeuf, Dollard, Ferland and
Garncau. Every nook, every lane, every square, nay, even the stones
and rocks, have their
story to tell, of savage or
civilized warfare, a legend of romance or
death." At the
eastern end of
Dufferin Terrace-
is the palatial
fire - proof Chateau Frontenac,
which ranks with
the leading metropolitan hotels in
every particular. '.-■.
It is a magnificent
seven-story structure, erected by J3
the Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
at a cost of
considerably
over a million of dollars. Built
after the
style of the
old chateaux
of France, it
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happily harmonizes with its romantic environments, and the tourist
finds within its hospitable walls, not only the elegance and luxury
which characterized the castellated dwellings of the nobles of mediaeval France, but all those conveniences devised by 19th century
ingenuity for the comfort and pleasure of guests. The Chateau
Frontenac is, for grandeur of site, perhaps unrivalled in the world,
and itself is as attractive as its historic surroundings. Both in summer and winter it is the rendezvous for tourists who flock hither to
enjoy the pleasures of a midsummer outing or the novelty of the
invigorating sports and amusements—especially in carnival times—
which are indulged in during the wintry months.     (See  "Quebec:
Summer and Winter," issued by the C. P. R.  Co.)
Just below the city is the island of Orleans dividing the river
into two channels, the principal one being on the south side. A
choice of routes either by Saguenay steamer or the Intercolonial
Railway is now offered the tourist, and, if the former is selected, as
you cross the basin and move down stream, you catch a succession of
views that will haunt your memory for many a day, but there are
more to come. After passing the Isle d'Orleans you see the mountains of Ste. Anne and  Cape  Tourmente,  part   of the   Laurentian
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range, and apparently springing directly out of the river; all the
shore on that side is ruggedly picturesque. The steamer to
Saguenay passes close to these cliffs on the way to St. Paul's bay
opposite Isle aux Coudres, where abundant traces of primitive Norman
life yet linger.
Passing the Cap Eboulements you reach Murray Bay on the
north side. The name of Murray Bay is now a household word in
Canada. There is a fine beach, good hotels, facilities for boating
and bathing, and it is in addition one of the best localities for the
fisherman in the province. The scenery is wild in the extreme, and
those who have fished Murray river and Gravel and Petit lakes
require no urging to revisit the locality. Murray Bay is annually
visited by a large number of the more refined and cultivated people,
and promises to steadily grow in favor.
The next points of special interest are Kamouraska islands on
the south shore. Then, The Pilgrims, a group of islets, is passed,
and the boat stops at Riviere du Loup, where there is excellent
accommodation for visitors. Six miles below is the fashionable
watering-place, Cacouna, reached by stage and other conveyances
from Riviere du Loup, or from the Cacouna station on the Intercolonial Ry., should the tourist prefer to make the trip from Quebec
by rail. Those who fancy a " dip in the briny " must remember
that at Cacouna and to within thirty miles of Quebec the St.
Lawrence is salt.
Opposite Riviere du Loup and Cacouna is the famous Saguenay
River, and at its mouth Tadousac, with ample provision for the comfort and pleasure of visitors. This fine stream is one of the chief
tributaries of the St. Lawrence and the outlet of Lake St. John,
of which so much has been written of late. The Saguenay stands
unrivalled among American rivers. In few places are there such tremendous crags, and such majestic shores as those which overhang
this wonderful river. Cape Eternity, 1,800 feet high, rises sheer
from the water, and offers perhaps the grandest spectacle of the
Lower St. Lawrence. For fifty miles from its outlet the Saguenay
is from one to one-and-a-half miles wide, and flows betwreen lofty
precipices that appear to overhang its flood.
Trinity Bay, walled in by its gloomy guardian rocks, indents the
eastern shore, and on the opposite side is Ha Ha Bay. The steamer
lands at Ha Ha Bay immediately below the group of summer hotels'
and private residences. Those intending to visit this river should
remember that an overcoat is at all times a comfort and frequently a
necessity. Navigation by steamer of the Saguenay ends at Chicoutimi, long an Indian mission and trading post, but now a busy
lumber port. A railway runs from Chicoutimi to Roberval on Lake
St. John— the headwater of the Saguenay, and the largest sheet of
water in the Province of Quebec—and from thence to Quebec.
Lake St. John is also reached by rail from Quebec daily (except
Sunday) via the Quebec & Lake St. John Ry., and this is the preferable way of visiting the places just described, proceeding by rail
to Chicoutimi, via Roberval, and thence by steamer down the
Saguenay and up the St. Lawrence to Quebec. Lake St. John is
the home of the wonderful ouananiche, a variety of the land-locked
salmon and a royal fighter when hooked.    Many surprising tales of
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battles with these silver-mailed warriors of the deep are told by
visitors to the lake, and even old salmon and trout fishers admit that
finer sport cannot be enjoyed anywhere than with the ouananiche of
Lake St. John. Portions of the regions about this lake are closely
cultivated, the remainder is hidden by the primeval forest, and
intersected by many rivers and lakes, all the waters furnishing
rare good trout fishing. A fine steamer plies upon the lake and
enables tourists to reach specially attractive points comfortably.
Some eighteen rivers large and small flow into Lake St. John, and
their upper waters offer canoe routes for hundreds of miles into the
unexplored wilderness, where the daring voyageur can travel
whither he will.
The picturesque little village of Roberval is situated directly
upon the lake shore. Upon a gentle elevation, commanding a fine
view of the lake and neighboring country, stands the Hotel Roberval,
a comfortable, well-built, nicely furnished and well-managed house,
J
ST. LOUIS GATE, QUEBEC
lighted by electricity, with ample accommodation for three hundred visitors, and canoes, etc., for exploration and fishing trips.
While ouananiche may be taken at many different points the best is
Grand Descharge, the outlet of the lake and the beginning of the
Saguenay river. A commodious hotel has been constructed there by
the Railway Co., and visitors are conveyed thither from Roberval by
the steel steamer Mistassini. A summer holiday spent about this
delightful lake will prove most enjoyable. Outside of the fishing
there is plenty for the ordinary tourist to do. The climate and water
are faultless, and the scenery most pleasing, one of the most imposing
features being the superb Ouiatchouan Falls, 280 feet in height or
over 50 feet higher than the celebrated Falls of Montmorency.
Between the St. Lawrence and Lake St. John, along the line of
the Quebec & Lake St. John Railway to Roberval, are several interesting points. At St. Ambroise is the Indian village of Lorette.
Here a remnant of the once powerful Huron tribe follow the chase
and conduct  rather an important  business in Indian arts, beadwork, EASTERN TOURS
basketwork, etc., etc. Valcartier, in the valley of the Jacques
Cartier river, was founded by retired officers and men belonging to
the force under Wolfe at the capture of Quebec. At Lake Joseph are
many .summer residences of prominent citizens of Quebec, and a
popular summer hotel. Very good accommodation will be found at
the village of St. Raymond on the river St. Anne, and from this centre
fishing and canoeing excursions maybe taken in all directions and fine
sport obtained. Lake Edward is noted for very large speckled trout,
and anglers are well taken care of at the Laurentides House. A
short run further north brings the tourist to Lake Kiskisink, another
fine trout water.
From the city of Quebec, the Quebec, Montmorency & Charlevoix Ry. extends to the famous shrine of Ste. Anne de Beaupre, the
objective point for thousands of pilgrims every season. This railway
passes close to the foot of the Montmorency Falls, a cataract ioo feet
higher than Niagara, and affords a most interesting side-trip. The
shrine of Ste. Anne is visited yearly by many tourists who are interested in the curious scenes to be witnessed in this fragment of old-
time Palestine and in the costly works of art which decorate the
sanctuary.    Good accommodation is afforded visitors.
Should a trip down the St. Lawrence by the Quebec S.S. line or
the Black Diamond line be decided upon, the Saguenay will be missed,
but more will be seen of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and its southern
shore. East of Tadousac, the north shore presents a picture of lonely
savage wilderness, with no remarkably interesting features, though
sportsmen, anglers and artists sometimes visit Labrador in their quest
for fresh fields. The south shore is well settled by farmers and
fishermen principally, but the first regular stopping place for steamers
below Cacouna is Gaspe. About 60 miles below Cacouna is Rimouski,
a favorite summer resort, interesting on account of its thoroughly
French civilization, which traces back to the opening chapter of
Canadian history. At this point the European mails are, in summer,
transferred from the steamers to be forwarded more rapidly by rail,
but it is not a regular stopping place for steamers upon the river.
Below Rimouski the rapidly broadening St. Lawrence appears to
be the sea itself, and the shore, visible from the steamer, presents a
grand array of lofty mountains, with here and there a little fishing
village at their base. Rounding Cape Rosier, the steamers for ports
on the Gaspe coast, Charlottetown, P.E.I., Newfoundland, ete.,
swing into the Bay of Chaleur and so on to their destination. This
trip can be heartily recommended, and those who dread the fell mat
de mer need have little fear, for it is seldom during the tourist season
that the waters of the St. Lawrence or even the Gulf are rough
enough to cause any inconvenience.
Just beyond Rimouski, the Intercolonial Ry., which has followed the south shore of the river and given access to the shore
resorts so far, turns southward across the narrowest part of Gaspe,
the eastern peninsula of Quebec, and follows the Metapedia river to
the Bay of Chaleur, passing through a rugged heavily timbered
country, intersected by rapid rivers that furnish salmon fishing famed
throughout the world.
The Bay of Chaleur requires no better proof of its merits as a
summer resort than is furnished by the crowds of tourists who gather
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there each season. Excellent accommodation is afforded at the Inch
Arran and Murphy's Hotel at Dalhousie, and many very comfortable
little hostelries will be found in the numerous quaint villages upon
the northern shore. A very pleasant trip can be taken by steamer
from Dalhousie, reached by the Intercolonial Ry. to Gaspe bay, which
affords a fine view of the attractive coast-line. There is good hotel
accommodation and excellent salmon fishing at different ports of call.
The Maritime Provinces
BY C.P.R. SHORT LINE THROUGH MALNE.
MONTREAL may be regarded as the starting point for a tour to
the Maritime Provinces of Canada by the Canadian Pacific Railway,
whose trains leave Windsor Street station. Five miles west of the
city is Montreal Junction, whence run the lines to Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Windsor, Ottawa, Quebec, St. Paul, Winnipeg
and Vancouver, and to New York, Boston and the Maritime Provinces. Following the latter, the fine iron bridge spanning the
Lachine Canal is crossed, and soon the St. Lawrence, the incomparable water highway to the great lakes and favorite route for summer
travel, is reached. The immense steel bridge spanning the St. Lawrence at this point is one of the attractions of the trip, and is considered one of the engineering triumphs of the century. It was built
by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company at a cost of over
$1,000,000, and is about a mile long, and when one considers that
each of the channel-spans is 408 feet in length and lofty enough to
allow of the passage of great steamers, some idea may be obtained
of what a formidable task its construction was. In crossing it, a
magnificient view up and down the river is afforded.
On the one side of the river is the village of Lachine, and on
the other the quaint old Indian town of Caughnawaga, the home
of a portion of the once all-powerful Iroquois nation, and from
whence came the dusky braves who have spread the fame of
Canada's national game, lacrosse, far and wide.
At Farnham the Stanbridge & St. Guillaume branch of the
Canadian Pacific Railway is crossed, and the line leads onward through
a level, closely cultivated country.
At Bringham Junction the Montreal & Boston Air Line diverges
for the White Mountains and Boston. At Foster station the Sutton
Junction and the Drummondville branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway is crossed, and a few miles further on a fine bridge spans a
valley of great natural beauty. The lovely Orford lake is presently
passed, and the route continues through a very picturesque country,
amid heavily wooded hills, until Magog station, on Lake Memphremagog, is reached.
Lake Memphremagog and its beauty and attractions are too well
known to require description here. From Magog steamers ply around
the lake, touching at many points, including Georgeville, the Revere
House, near Elephantis ; the Mountain House, at the foot of Owl's
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Head, and the favorite resort of Newport, Vermont. This excursion
by steamer forms a most enjoyable side-trip, for the tourist can
stop at Magog, make the circuit of the lake and enjoy its many
beauties, and from Newport go by Montreal & Boston Air Line either
to Boston, the White Mountains, or back to Montreal. From the
steamer one has a fine view of the lake, its picturesque surroundings
and islands, the numerous summer residences upon the shores, and
all points of interest, including the mountains. Passing on we now
closely follow the Magog river, where good fishing can be had, and
thence along the shore of Little Magog, a long, narrow, and very
pretty sheet of water, offering great inducements to the canoer and
camper, and so on to the beautiful city of Sherbrooke, the commercial
centre of the Eastern Townships of the Province of Quebec. Here
the Magog river joins the St. Francis, where the Falls are an object
of special interest.   Sherbrooke is a bustling, thriving place of twelve
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thousand inhabitants, containing many handsome buildings, prosperous manufacturing and business interests, and scattered through the
city are forested avenues, and surrounding it in the rivers and valleys
and hills is presented a most charming bit of scenery. Tourists from
Quebec can here join the " Short Line " by taking the Quebec Central
Ry. from Levis (directly opposite Quebec) to Sherbrooke.
North Hatley, 12 miles from Sherbrooke, on Lake Massawippi,
rests between two lofty ranges of hills, at the outlet of a beautiful lake.
Three miles from Sherbrooke, Lennoxville is reached, from which
point the Boston & Maine Rd. runs south to Newport, where it connects with the Montreal & Boston Air Line. After leaving Lennoxville, the route crosses the St. Francis river, and passing through a hilly,
densely wooded region, follows the Eaton river for a short distance
and on through forests, relieved by occasional large clearings,  from
MAGOG RIVEIi, SHERBROOKE.     CANADIAN PACIFIC " SHORT  LINE "
which fine views are afforded of mountains in the distance. Eighteen
miles from Lennoxville is Cookshire, where the Maine Central Rd. is
crossed, running to the White Mountains, Portland, etc. Approaching Scotstown station the line follows the Salmon river, and Megantic
mountain is seen some half-dozen miles away.
At Echo Vale the first view of Lake Megantic is obtained, and
skirting Sandy Bay the route follows the shore of Megantic until the
station of that name is reached. There are steamers on the lake, and
a small steam launch for the use of the members of the Megantic Fish
and Game Club, whose headquarters are on Spider Lake, the " Geneva of Canada." This lake is next in size to Megantic, and is
separated from it by a " carry " of less than three-quarters of a mile.
There are several hotels of the average country type in Megantic
village, and sportsmen can also find fair accommodation at several
farm houses near the head of the lake, while those intending to spend
a holiday under canvas can pitch tents where they will.
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Tourists from Quebec who intend visiting the Maritime Provinces can travel by the Quebec Central Rd. from Levis, opposite
Quebec, via the Tring branch, to Megantic, where connection is made
with the Canadian Pacific Railway. The route lies up the valley of
the Chaudiere, through a region which Benedict Arnold marched his
army in 1775 to Quebec, and along the valley of Le Bras river,
amidst land-and-water-scape that is attractive.
The Boundary mountains, which divide the Province of Quebec
from the State of Maine, are now close at hand and the general
aspect of the country undergoes a change. The line rises higher and
higher, until finally the Boundary heights are passed and " Uncle
Sam's " domain reached. This portion of the State of Maine is
netted with lovely waters, great and small, famous for their trout,
and haunted by many moose, cariboo and deer, and grouse, ad lib.
Through the very fairest portions of this pleasing scenery the "Short
Line " runs.
BOARSTONE .MOUNTAIN, LAKE ONAWA.     CANADIAN PACIFIC    'SHORT LINE
Passing through some very attractive country for a short distance after leaving the Boundary mountains, the first lake of the
headwaters of the Moose river is reached. These headwaters of
the Moose are a chain of irregularly shaped, lovely lakes, linked
together by the river and extending for some twenty-five miles, and
followed by the line as closely as possible throughout their entire
length.
The first station on Moosehead Lake is Moosehead, where a
very good hotel will be found, and here steamers running daily from
Greenville call when required to take passengers for Kineo, or disembark others. Eastward from Moosehead station, the route follows
the picturesque shore to Greenville station. Moosehead lake, the
queen of these forest wilds, is about forty miles long and from one
to fifteen miles wide. A number of well-appointed steamers ply on
the lake, meeting all trains, and a cruise on one of them will furnish
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a most enjoyable side-trip. The praises of this region have been
spread by brush, pen and tongue far and wide, and there is a large
gathering of pleasure-seekers here every season.
Upon an elevated portion of the shore at Greenville a large
modern hotel affords excellent accommodation. Within easy reach
are many trout streams and small lakes. Detailed description of the
different trout-waters within easy distance of Greenville is unnecessary,
as a few judicious questions asked on the spot will elicit all needful
information. At certain points in the woods log camps have been
constructed, forming quarters for those who prefer a smack of "roughing it" during their vacation. Exploring the tributaries of Moosehead
by canoe, sailing and boating upon the lake, excursions by one or
other of the steamers, walking on shadowy forest roads, etc., furnish
ample means of amusement for all.
Twenty miles up the lake from Greenville is the celebrated
Mount Kineo, an oddly shaped mass of solid flint rising over 800 feet
PLEASANT.RIVER, BROWNVILLE JUNO.     CANADIAN  PACIFIC "SHORT LINE"
above the water, and forming one of the most interesting features of
the State of Maine. Kineo has long been a favorite resort, ard
the commodious Mount Kineo House in the very shadow of the
mountain offers first-class accommodation. The ratesjcharged are
very reasonable. A large general store is close by, [where camp supplies, fishing tackle, etc., maybe secured. Guides, boats, canoes and
camp outfits may all lie obtained at fair rates. Several very attractive drives penetrate the dense woods surrounding the mountain, and
Kineo itself is an unfailing fund of pleasure. Like the Megantic
country, this is well stocked with large game, and the trout fishing is
exceptionally good. Parties wanting to penetrate the wilds can
secure complete camping outfits at Mount Kineo, and an exploration
of the lake or a trip down the west branch of the Penobscot river
(easily reached by the  " Northern Carry "), or a cruise on the chain
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of lakes and Moose river, previously mentioned, will all prove capital
routes.
To return again to the " Short Line :" At Greenville, connections are made with the Bangor & Aroostook Ry. running to the
busy city of Bangor on the Penobscot river, and thence on to the
fashionable watering places of Bar Harbor, Portland, etc., on the
Maine coast. Following the "Short Line" eastward from Greenville,
a heavily wooded country is traversed until Wilson stream is reached.
From here the line continues to Brownville Junction, where the
Bangor & Aroostook Ry. is again crossed, and on by Schoodic Lake,
Hardy pond, to Mattawamkeag, from which a fine view is obtained
of Mount Katahdin.
The country now gradually loses the aspect of savage wildness,
the hills grow smaller, and presently the famous chain of lakes, forming a portion of the international boundary between New Brunswick
and Maine, appear. This is another fine point for the sportsman, as
game and fish are abundant, the largest water of the chain, Grand
Lake, being well stocked with land-locked salmon. After passing
Vanceboro and crossing the St. Croix river, Canadian territory is
reached again, and the route leads on through New Brunswick.
At McAdam Junction connections are made for Woodstock, N. B.,
Houlton, Me., Presque Isle, Me., and Edmundston, N. B., to the
north, and for Calais, Me., St. Stephen, N.B., and St. Andrews, N.B.,
to the south.    To the latter place a through sleeper is  run  once  a
jt*   &T.A"sRev
week from Montreal;during the summer
season, leaving;lthat;|city Friday nights,
and returning leaving St. Andrews on
Monday nights.
St. Andrews is a popular  seaside
resort beautifully situated on a peninsula five
miles long, which extends  into Passamaquoddy
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bay, which is seventeen miles long by six miles wide. It is a town
of over 2,000 inhabitants, built upon a slope which rises some 150
feet at 2,000 feet from high-water mark, and beyond the town for about
two miles, rounding hills form an amphitheatre 250 feet high, from
which is a beautiful view of the St. Croix river, the islands and water
of the bay, and the coast of Maine. Good salt and fresh water fishing
can be enjoyed within a short distance ; the roads are perfect, which
renders driving and cycling a most enjoyable amusement, the facilities
for yachting and boating cannot be surpassed, and there is a golfing
ground that has no superior in Canada. Yachts, boats and canoes,
with guides, can be secured on the spot for a very moderate outlay,
and taken upon its merits St. Andrews is one of the most desirable
localities on the coast. A marked peculiarity of the place is the
entire absence of malaria and mosquitoes. The air has proved
wonderfully beneficial to malaria and hay-fever patients, and many
cases of long standing have derived benefit from a sojourn there. The
Algonquin hotel offers every modern accommodation for tourists.
St. Andrews is reached direct by rail from Montreal, St. John and
Boston, and a daily steamer runs to Eastport. The popular watering-
places of Campobello and Grand Manan are best reached by way of
St. Andrews.
Resuming the journey east from McAdam Junction, Magaguadavic
and Harvey lakes are added to the many waters left behind,
and Fredericton Junction is reached, where connections are
made for Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick. From this
pleasant stopping place or from St. John excursions can be made up
the St. John River to the seat of government of New Brunswick.
With every attraction to allure the summer traveller, Fredericton has
not yet been really discovered by the tourist, and is therefore still
unhackneyed. She has beauty within herself and in her environment.
She has rich delights to offer the sportsman, the canoeist, the artist ;
she has a clear sky and a tonic climate, and the best of modern comfort in her hotels. Fredericton is the Provincial capital, the cathedral
city of the Diocese, the military centre of the Province, the seat of
the Supreme Judiciary, of the Provincial University, of the Normal
School, and all this with a population of barely 8,000 souls. The
roads around Fredericton on both sides of the river are good enough
to tempt both horsemen and wheelmen, and they open up many
beautiful vistas. The sportsman, whether he follows rod or gun, will
find Fredericton an excellent centre from which to work. When a
place is worth visiting there is satisfaction in finding that it is not hard
to get at. The evening train from Boston or from Montreal lands one
in Fredericton at a good hour for lunch, or by the Boston morning
express he will arrive there at a seasonable hour in the evening.
From St. John there are several trains each day ; there are trains also
from Woodstock and St. Stephen. Besides the service of the
Canadian Pacific from all the points mentioned, there are two trains
a day over the Canada Eastern which run through the Nashwaak and
Miramichi valleys, whose possibilities have not yet been sufficiently
unfolded to the tourist and the sportsman, and connects Fredericton
with the Intercolonial Railway at Chatham Junction. But there is one
round trip which is an imperious necessity for all who visit Fredericton.    If you go by rail, return by the river boat, daily trips leaving
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St. John and Fredericton in the morning, being made. No one
can be said to have properly seen " the celestial city " who has
not " done " the eighty-four miles of exquisite and varied river scenery
outstretched between the city and the sea.
The upper St. John has the same attractiveness, the scenery
being exceedingly varied. To Woodstock by rail or river affords a
pleasant outing, and beyond Woodstock, a flourishing town, is Grand
Falls, 80 miles up stream. Between these two places the Tobique, a
famous fishing stream, flows into the St. John, and along its banks a
railway runs to Plaster Rock. It is a magnificent canoe trip to
Grand Falls, but nearly everybody goes by rail.    These falls do not
GRAND   FALLS AND SUSPENSION  BRIDGE, ST. JOHN RIVER
belieltheir name. There is a perpendicular fall of 74 feet, and below
the cataract the waters rush in a series of rapids through a narrow
gorge. A peculiar formation is "The Wells," circular smooth pits
with perpendicular walls cut deep in the rock, and fathomless. The
scenery along the line to Edmundston is grandly picturesque, and here
are to be found some of the best fishing and hunting in the province.
The St. John is a very beautiful river in every mile of its
course, and in many instances, its beauty is akin to its grandeur. Taking its rise in the State of Maine, it flows 450 miles until it finds its
outlet at the harbor of St.   John,   on the  Bay of  Fundy.    In that
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distance it has varied forms, as it comes through the tangled forest or
adds to the attractions of the fairest parts of a long settled and well
developed country. At times it pours through narrow gorges or leaps
over such rocky barriers as are found at Grand Falls. At other
portions it expands to the full breadth of a mile or more. Fed by
numerous tributaries, some of them rivers of no mean magnitude in
themselves, this stream increases in volume until it reaches  the  city
of St. John, where its mighty flood is forced through a gorge of
precipitous rocks, having a width of a little more than 500 feet.
Hence the famed reversible falls, a phenomenon that stands alone
among the earth's cataracts, spanned by a suspension bridge and
by the cantilever bridge over which the Canadian Pacific trains
pass to enter the city. At low water the outpouring of the river
causes a fall of some twenty feet, while at high water the inflow of
the tide causes a similar fall in the opposite direction. The falls are
navigable only at half tide or slack water. EASTERN TOURS
The city of St. John is an ideal summering place—a pleasure
house of delightful surprises to the visitor—with pleasant environments that have rare attractions. The city is one of the great commercial ports of Canada, and is every year growing in importance by
reason of its increasing relations to other places as a port of shipment.
During the last few years its shipping facilities have been enlarged to
a great extent to accommodate the several lines of Atlantic steamers
which have made this their winter port, and the Canadian Pacific
Railway has done a large business in forwarding through freight for
shipment by their lines. Apart from this feature of its trade, St.
John has various manufacturing interests and is abreast of the times
in all that relates to industry and enterprise. The large district
swept by the fire of 1877 has been rebuilt with structures of the most
substantial kind, and many of them are handsome specimens of
architecture. The city is well laid out with wide and well-kept streets
and asphalt sidewalks.    The hotel accommodation is excellent, while
HARBOUR FRONT, ST. JOHN, N.B.
the city and suburbs have much to invite the attention of the tourist.
The harbor itself with its great rise and fall of tide, its picturesque
beacon, its fishing crews, its ever changing panorama of steam and
sail, and at its mouth Partridge Island—which Whittier called "The
Isle of the Pheasant "—on which blew the first steam fog whistle
ever sounded in the world, is more than ordinarily interesting. The
drives are numerous and afford many beautiful views of the Bay
of Fundy and the surrounding country. Half a day spent in such a
drive as will include Mount Pleasant and Lily Lake Park, Fort
Howe, the Falls, the Manawagonish Road and along the Bay Shore,
returning by way of Carleton, will well repay the visitor. Other
drives are out the Marsh to Loch Lomond, to the Kennebecasis, etc.
There is excellent sea bathing at the Bay Shore, where good facilities
for bathing are afforded. There are streams and lakes within easy
reach  of  St. John which   afford  sport   for the   angler and without
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over-exertion on his part. While the citizens feel a pride in their harbor
as safe, capacious, easy of access and free from ice in the coldest
seasons, they are equally proud of their summer climate, which they
claim to be all that the tourist can desire. The heat is never extreme,
the mercury rarely climbing into the eighties, and the nights are
refreshingly cool, while the salt laden sea breezes have a tonic effect
which is as surprising as it is agreeable to those who come from less
favored climates. The languid sufferer from summer heat finds on his
arrival that the appetite is restored and that restful slumber in the
coolness of the night is enjoyed. From St. John one may go by rail
or steamer to all points in the Maritime Provinces.
The Intercolonial Ry. connects St. John and Halifax, passing
through the thriving towns of Moncton, Amherst and Truro. At
Painsec Junction a branch line diverges to Shediac, a pleasant little
watering place, and to Point du Chene, connecting with steamers for
DIGBY, N.S., FROM  THE WEST
Prince Edward Island ; from Sackville another line runs to Cape
Tormentine ; from Springhill Junction the Cumberland Railway runs
to Springhill Mines and to Parrsboro, on the Bay of Fundy, where
connection is made with south shore ports ; and from Oxford Junction
and Truro branch lines run to Pictou, one of the most beautifully
situated towns in the province, where connections are made for
Charlottetown, P. E. I., direct, and weekly sailings made to the
Magdalen islands, where excellent fishing and shooting are obtained.
The Truro branch line also extends to Port Mulgrave on the Straits
of Canso, from whence steamers run to Baddeck, Sydney and North
Sydney, all situated on the famous Bras d'Or lakes, a region famed
for its picturesque beauty. There is also rail communication between
Point Tupper, immediately opposite Mulgrave, and the Sydneys,
from which historic Louisburg, one of the most interesting spots in
Nova  Scotia,   where   yet   remain   in   all   their picturesqueness and EASTERN TOURS
mouldering decay the massive fortifications built by the French over
two centuries ago, is easily reached by rail.
An alternate route from St. John to Halifax is by the magnificent
new and fast steamer " Prince Rupert" across the Bay of Fundy, from
St. John to Digby, and thence by the Dominion Atlantic Ry., which
passes through Annapolis, the site of the earliest French settlement
in Acadia, and traverses the beautiful Annapolis valley, immortalized
by Longfellow as the home of Evangeline.    At Grand Pre, the old
well of the Acadians and the site of the destroyed church can be seen
from the car window, and in the long lines of French willows and
abandoned cellars once covered by the cottages of a banished race are
other mute witnesses of the existence here of.'a primitive people
whose romantic story has been pathetically told by the great American bard. Cape Blomidon and the Basin of Minas, the Gaspereau
river, from which the expelled Acadians embarked, and other streams
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interesting to the stranger by their continually changing conditions
on account of the high tides for which the waters of the Bay of
Fundy are noted, and Kentville, Wolfville, Grand Pre, and Windsor
and other prosperous towns, combine to make this a most interesting
trip, while the beauty of the scenery is equalled by few regions on
the Atlantic coast. Yarmouth is also reached from Digby by the
Dominion Atlantic Ry. and has direct connection with Boston by the
fast steamers of the Dominion Atlantic Line and of the Yarmouth
S. S. Co.
Halifax, the capital of the province, is situated on Halifax
Harbour, in which, with Bedford Basin, a thousand great ships can
find secure anchorage. It is the most thoroughly English city on the
continent ; British military and naval uniforms are seen on every
street, and stately men-of-war are stationed there. It is a winter
port for the English mail steamers. On the eastern side of the harbor is the town of Dartmouth. In the harbor lies the strongly fortified
George's Island, and at the entrance, three miles away, is McNab's
Island, also strongly fortified. The crowning fortification is of course
the citadel, and from it the tourist may have the finest view of the
city, harbor and surroundings. There is no lack of amusement for
visitors. A sail upon the Basin ; a trip to McNab's Island ; a drive
on Point Pleasant Road, through the magnificent public park and
up the North-west Arm, a lovely sheet of water ; to Chain Rock and
the remains of an old English fort; Prospect Road and round Herring
Cove ; around Bedford Basin by Dartmouth ; to Waverly and Porto-
bello ; to Cow Bay, and a dip in the roaring surf; these and many
more are offered. A more interesting spot for the tourist than the
city by the sea would be difficult to find, and here he can profitably
spend several days in visiting the places mentioned, and in seeing the
magnificent public gardens ; the dry dock, the largest in America ;
the old Dutch church, erected in 1775, which remains to-day just as
it was first built; Dalhousie College, one of the finest educational
institutions of Canada ; the Provincial buildings, with its library and
historical paintings ; the Green Market on Post Office square, on
Wednesday and Saturday mornings ; Her Majesty's dockyard ; St.
Paul's church, the oldest Episcopal edifice in British North America,
erected in 1750; and the Garrison church, to which the military
parade every Sunday morning.
Excursions along the shore through the wild country to the east,
and westward via the Lunenburg stage route to Mahone bay, are also
very popular.
Halifax has direct communication with all parts of the world
by steam or sailing vessels, and it is also a terminal point of the
Intercolonial Railway.
10 EASTERN TOURS
Newfoundland
THE ANCIENT COLONY
NEWFOUNDLAND, the earliest discovery among the British
possessions of the new world, is one of the least known, but its recent
awakening from a slumber of centuries by the construction of railways, and being made more accessible, is drawing attention to its
wonderful attractiveness to tourists. It has been aptly termed the
"Norway of the New World." In many points it strikingly resembles
that country. Its deep fiords, which indent the shores everywhere,
guarded by lofty cliffs whose forms are reflected in the clear bright
waters of the bays, have a remarkable resemblance to those of Norway, and are often not less magnificent in their scenery. Many of
these great watery ravines, running inland for eighty or ninety miles,
and exhibiting a wonderful variety of scenery along the great arms
which they project in all directions, and in the islands which stud
their bosoms, are on a much grander scale than the famous Norwegian fiords. The two great bays of Trinity and Placentia, which
almost cut the island in two, have no parallel in respect of size among
the fiords of Norway. Then, in their short but beautiful summers,
their bright skies, their exhilarating atmosphere, their population
of fishermen, so abundant in insular peculiarities and primitive
characteristics, hidden away in nooks remote from all the outer
world, quaint in manners, gracious to strangers, the two countries
resemble each other very strikingly.
This new resort for tourists is best reached from North Sydney,
in Cape Breton, to which a branch of the Intercolonial Railway runs
from Truro, Nova Scotia, and thence by the splendid and speedy
steamer " Bruce," which makes the passage to Port aux Basque in
six hours, rendering Newfoundland no longer inaccessible on account
of the ocean voyage, this new route practically annihilating the
distance between the mainland and the Ancient Colony. The
steamer runs in connection with the Newfoundland Railway, a
new and well-equipped road, connecting Port aux Basque, on
the south-western shore of Newfoundland, with St. John's, the
capital, on the eastern coast, with branches to Burnt Bay, Car-
boneau and Placentia. The road runs through a country rich
in natural resources and having a wealth of great scenic beauty,
which has no counterpart on the eastern coast of America. The
Bay of Islands and other grand bays which afford magnificent
boating, bathing and fishing, can be visited, a stop made at Topsail,
St. John's fashionable watering place on Conception Bay, or with
St. John's as headquarters excursions can be made to Topsail, Harbor
Grace, Heart's Content, the great Anglo-cable station, Placentia,
which is as pretty and unique as its name, and to Portugue Cove and
Belle Isle, which rises to a great height above the sea, giving it a
commanding appearance. There are numerous drives about and
around the city, and a trip out and in the narrows by which a full
view of the harbor entrance can be gained is an outing which is more
than ordinarily novel and interesting.    Since the great fire, the city
_ EASTERN TOURS
has made rapid strides, and few cities of its rank can claim as many
fine ecclesiastical and educational structures, business blocks and
handsome residences. The construction of 640 miles of railway,
traversing the island and tapping its principal bays, is leading to the
rapid development of the many resources of Newfoundland, and by
giving St. John's daily connection with the American continent opens
up a new field for tourists in search of new lands to exploit and for
sportsmen seeking large or small game or the triumphs of the rod and
line.
The Atlantic Sea Coast
THROUGH THE FAMED WHITE MOUNTAINS
TO PORTLAND.
CANADIANS will find one of the most attractive routes to the
popular resorts of the American sea coast through the celebrated
White Mountains. Between Canada and the fashionable points on
the Atlantic seaboard lies a territory of great natural beauty, affording unnumbered facilities for spending a pleasant holiday, and in
addition to picturesque and varied scenery there will be found well-
appointed hotels for the accommodation of tourists. The Canadian
Pacific Railway has laid out a great number of routes to convey
pleasure seekers through the finest portions of this region, to the
White Mountains, the Coast, and also through the mountains to
southern New England.
The majority of these tours have Montreal as their starting
point, and the route is the same to Brigham Junction as described in
the trip via the Short Line to the Maritime Provinces. From
Brigham Junction south the line runs through a hilly country, enters
the state of Vermont, a short distance south of Abercorn, and thence
east to the pleasant resort of Newport, Vt., situated on the southern
end of Lake Memphremagog, a description of which will be found by
referring to the Short Line route.
Travellers starting from Quebec reach Newport via the Quebec
Central Railway, which traverses the upper valley of the Chaudiere,
thence into the Eastern Townships to the city of Sherbrooke (where
it crosses the Canadian Pacific Short Line, and thence via the
Boston & Maine Rd. along the Rocky shore of Lake Massawippi to
Newport. From Newport the trip is continued via the Passumpsic
division of the Boston & Maine Rd. to Lunenburg, Vt. The run
from Newport to St. Johnsbury trends towards Burke Mountain and
follows the crooked Passumpsic river for some distance, winding
among picturesque hills with fine views of the Green Mountains.
Leaving St. Johnsbury, the line runs eastward crossing the
beautiful Connecticut valley. The famous White Mountains, faintly
discernable from St. Johnsbury, now loom boldly above the eastern
and southern horizon. Sharply defined in the foreground is Lafayette,
and to the south the Profile range ; to the east and north Cherry
Mountain and the Lancaster range ; while between Lafayette and
Cherry tower the grander summits of famed Mount Washington and
42 EASTERN TOURS
the Presidential range. From Lunenburg the Maine Cental Rd. is
taken.
After crossing the Connecticut river the line turns to the south,
passing many villages resorted to for summer holidays, until Fabyans,
at the northern gate of the White Mountains, is reached, the Am-
monoosuc river being followed into the interior of the group, beyond
which a pass affords egress to North Conway, from which point
the road runs to Portland and Boston. There are several small
stations between Lunenburg and Conway, offering good accommodation for visitors, and from them many branch and stage lines diverge
to desirable points, where hotels and boarding houses will be found.
East of Fabyans the first station is Twin Mountain House, close
to Twin and Cherry mountains, and from here a fine view is obtained
of Mount Washington and of Mount Lafayette.    The several pictur-
PKOFILE  HOUSE, WHITE  MOUNTAINS
esque villages to the north about Cherry Mountain, Randolph and
Jefferson, are easily accessible. The White Mountain House, one of
the oldest hotels in the country, is one mile away to the east, Fabyans being the central point of the entire district.
From Fabyans trains run to Bethlehem Junction, from whence
short branch lines lead to the Maplewood Hotel and cluster of pretty
cottages, and to the well-known village of Bethlehem, where numerous fine hotels and boarding houses will be found. Owing to the
freedom from hay-fever and the extreme beauty of the surrounding
landscape, this village is a very popular resort.
A noteworthy side-trip of ten miles can be made by rail from
Bethlehem Junction to the famous Profile House, situated in a deep
cleft between Franconia and Lafayette ranges, at the source of the
Merrimack. Close at hand, projecting from the brow of a tremendous cliff, is the mighty profile of the  " Old Man of the Mountain."
43 EASTERN TOURS
It is colossal in proportions and a perfect face throughout, as though
one of the wizard craftsmen of old who chiselled the stupendous
Sphinx, had sought to carve some magnificent statue from the living
rock and given up the task after completing the features. Six miles
below the Profile is the Flume and Flume House, reached by stage,
and within easy driving distance is North Woodstock. To the south
and west of Fabyans lies a wilderness, mountainous and wild in the
extreme, and to the north and east tower the lofty heights of the
Presidential range. A branch line, six miles long, runs from Fabyans
along the bank of the Ammonoosuc and past its pretty falls to the
base of Mount Washington, whence the Mount Washington Rd.
carries visitors to the summit, 6,293 fee' above the sea.
The summit of the mountain is occupied by a large hotel.
While the majority of tourists devote only one day to Mount Washington, those who remain over at least one night on the top of the
peak are abundantly rewarded. The incline railway by which the
ascent of the mountain is made has been in operation since 1869,
and is the model for the similar railroads in the Alps. The total
length of the line is nearly three miles, and the time of ascent about
one and a half hours. Precautions for safety are so numerous that
an accident is impossible.
A narrow pass leading southward from Fabyans carries the
Maine Central Rd. from the Connecticut slope to that of the Atlantic.
In the jaws of this pass, one-half mile beyond Fabyans, stands the
Mount Pleasant House, one of the most popular mountain resorts, and
four miles further is the celebrated Crawford House, occupying a
secluded nook at the base of Mount Clinton. A little pond just in
front of this hotel is the source of the Saco river, which flows thence
southward through the White Mountain range and outward to the
ocean at Portland.
Turning southward from the Crawford House the railway next
passes through the narrow "Gate of the Notch," winds its way by
skilful engineering along the sheer eastern slope of Mounts Willey and
Willard, and thence follows the Saco through a narrow canon for
several miles down past the Willey House, Bemis, Upper Bartlett,
Glen Station, Lower Bartlett, and Intervale to North Conway, where
the valley expands, and furnishes some of the most beautiful scenes
in New Hampshire.
The Maine Central Rd. proceeds southward from North Conway
to Conway Centre on the banks of the Saco, where it turns eastward
and pursues its way down the valley and around the southern end of
Sebago lake to Portland, Me., and thence eastward to all points in
the State of Maine and the Maritime Provinces. This is a rich farming country, presenting charming landscapes and many different tours,
including those leading to Bar Harbor, Old Orchard Beach, Poland
Springs, the Maritime Provinces, Boston, etc. In the immediate-
vicinity of Portland are several noted resorts much frequented by
Canadians, including Cape Elizabeth, Trout's Neck, Cushing's Island,
Peak's Island and other attractive places. EASTERN TOURS
TO BOSTON VIA THE MONTREAL
& BOSTON AIR LINE.
The route followed in this case is similar to the one just described (to Portland via the White Mountains), as far as St. Johnsbury.
Below that town the Passumpsic river is crossed and re-crossed several
times ere its mouth is reached, a few miles before arriving at Wells
River Junction, where connection is made for Lisbon, Sugar Hill and
Littleton, the trip between the two latter places being made by stage.
Continuing on the way to Boston, the Connecticut is crossed at Wells
River, and proceeding southward over the hilly region that divides
the tributaries of the Connecticut from those of the Merrimack
we descend towards the Merrimack valley by way of the gorge
of Baker's river, one of the headwaters of the Pemigewasset.
The towns of Haverhill, Wentworth, Warren and Rumney (all
in New Hampshire) are passed. Fine views are obtained of
the White Mountains close upon the left, with Moosilauke
prominently conspicuous. Further on Mount Washington is
grandly revealed across Lake Winnipesaukee. At Plymouth, N.H.,
situated at the junction of Baker's river with the Pemigewasset, a
branch line runs northward to North Woodstock, whence the Flume
and Profile hotels are reached by stage as previously referred to.
Plymouth appears like a scrap of outside civilization deposited among
guardian mountains for safe keeping, the surroundings being wonderfully pleasing. Soon Winnipesaukee's shore is reached, with the
villages of Lakeport, Laconia and Weirs, with good hotels and all
facilities for spending a holiday ; Weirs being a landing-place for the
steamers plying upon the lake. At the city of Laconia, nestling
near the base of Mt. Belknap, the lake is left behind, and the line
follows the valley of the Winnipesaukee river, and ere long Concord,
the capital of New Hampshire, is reached. Passing on from Concord
and following the Merrimack river, the next point of special interest is
the great factory city of Manchester. From thence the route passes
through the busy "cotton" cities and flourishing towns of New
Hampshire, including Nashua and Lowell, until the train rolls into
Boston, and the run of less than twelve hours from Montreal is
completed.
A pleasant way for the traveller to reach New York from Boston
is by the Fall River Line. Reference to the list of tours will show
that in several cases a round trip is provided between Montreal and
Boston, via St. Johnsbury, Fabyans and Portland, and return via Plymouth and Wells River, or vice versa.
MOUNT DESERT AND THE MAINE COAST.
What the routes are from Canada to the coast the tourist has
already been informed. Once the sea is reached complete facilities
are offered by rail or steamer from Boston or Portland for reaching
noted points of summer travel. Between Boston and Portland large
and elegantly appointed steamers ply by day and night; or should the
trip by rail be preferred, a succession of interesting seaports are
traversed, ranking among the earliest settlements on the New England
seaboard,  viz. :   Lynn,   Salem,  Ipswich,  Newburyport,  Portsmouth,
is " EASTERN TOURS
Kennebunk and Kennebunkport, Biddeford, Saco, and the famous Old
Orchard and Scarboro' beaches.
The city of Portland, Me., has for years been a popular spot
with tourists, and a holiday can be well spent examining its interesting features. It has many delightful spots, among which is Riverton
Park, reached by electric car. One point that never loses its charm
is the old tower on Munjoy Hill. Casco bay is surrounded by most
attractive shores and contains delightfully pretty islands, prominent
among which is Cushing's Island. There are numerous hotels and
cottages dotted here and there and all around, and along the coast are
sleepy, old-fashioned villages, ideal spots for a restful vacation.
Gayer resorts are furnished by the beaches and hotels, the most celebrated of them being Rye Beach, the Isles of Shoals, Wentworth
House and Old Orchard, the latter being a smooth beach a few miles
south of Portland, with row after row of hotels, cottages, amusement
booths, bathing houses, etc., and everything to make it, what it is, a
fashionable and popular watering-place. A special side-trip is
arranged from Portland to Old Orchard, which also gives access to
Ocean Park, Ferry Beach and other points ; in fact all are situated
upon the same ten-mile strip of shore and connected by a branch line
on which trains run every hour. The traveller can reach Mount
Desert (Bar Harbor) from Greenville by rail as mentioned in connection with the Short Line, or from Portland by the Maine Central
Road, or by steamer from Portland which calls at several points upon
the Maine coast, and at summer resorts upon the lesser islands.
Mount Desert Island is the most prominent and fashionable
watering-place on the northern coast of Maine. Its principal landing
and centre of amusement is Bar Harbor. Hotel and private boarding can easily be obtained at varying prices. The island is mountainous, and some of the summits are over 1,500 feet in height. A
good wagon road leads to the top of Green Mountain, from which an
unequalled view of the sea, the straits and an immense landscape
inland is obtained. Good paths have been made to the lops of other
hills, and walking trips, consequently, are one of the most fashionable
as well as enjoyable customs of the island.
For many of these tours to the Maine coast and Maritime
Provinces a different route is provided, either going or returning,
rendering them doubly attractive.
THROUGH   THE   ADIRONDACKS.
The Adirondacks may be reached from Montreal by the trains of
the New York Central Rd. (Adirondack Division), which run in and
out of the Canadian Pacific Ry. 's Windsor St. station to and from
New York.
The route is very attractive, passing through a region rich in
forest and mountain scenery, crossing the St. Lawrence River bridge
at Lachine and running through the famed Adirondack Mountains
past Loon Lake, Paul Smith's and Saranac Lake to Utica, thence via
Albany and the eastern bank of the Hudson River. The trip may be
varied by a sail down the Hudson from Albany. Volumes could be
written about the attractions of this route and the holiday seeker who
contemplates travelling that way is recommended to the tourist
publications of the New York Central Rd.
it! Special Information
In connection
with
EASTERN
TOURS
Tickets over the Mount Washington Railway are not available
after about the 15th September.
Lake Memphremagog Steamer ceases, running about 20th September.
Attention is called to the fact that the Canadian Pacific Railway's route to the New England seaboard is through the heart of the
White Mountains, and via the " Short Line " through Maine. Trains
by these routes start from the Canadian Pacific Railway, Windsor
Street Station in Montreal. Tourists starting from Montreal or
stopping over in Montreal, whose tickets read east via Rail to Quebec,
will take train from Montreal at Place Viger Station. All
tourist tickets to eastern resorts from any point west of Montreal via
Canadian Pacific Railway and Quebec, Newport, or the Short Line
through Maine, permit passengers to stop over in Montreal.
Eastern Tours via Montreal from Detroit, Niagara Falls, London,
St. Thomas, Hamilton, Toronto, etc., instead of reading "all rail
Canadian Pacific Railway to Montreal" can be varied to read
(eastbound only) from Toronto or Kingston, Brockville or Prescott
to Montreal by the Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co., or from
Kingston to Montreal by the American Line Steamers, or from
Ottawa to Montreal by the Ottawa River Navigation Co., on payment of the following amounts in addition to the rates advertised
herein, unless where otherwise noted, viz.:
Where no Amounts are Shown Below no Extra Charge is Required.
Round Trips
One Way Trips
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47 SPECIAL    INFORMATION
Purchasers of Tourist tickets reading via Quebec to eastern
points, who request the privilege at the time of buying their tickets,
will be given the option of going from Montreal to Quebec by the
Canadian Pacific Railway, or by a steamer of the Richelieu & Ontario
Navigation Company, without extra charge.
Tourist Tickets to Eastern points starting from Ottawa will on
request at time of purchase be made to read Ottawa River Navigation Company to Montreal, instead of Canadian Pacific Railway,
without additional charge, except on Routes S 24, 25, 26 and 27.
One Way rates for Eastern Tours, quoted herein from Sault Ste.
Marie and Fort William, apply only by Routes A and B.
Round Trip rates for Eastern Tours, quoted herein from Sault
Ste. Marie, and Fort William, apply in both directions only by
Route A.
For tickets reading in both directions by Routes B to C, or going
by any one of the Routes A to D, returning by another, the rates
from Sault Ste. Marie will be $5.50 and from Fort William $6.50
more.
Rates from Fort William will apply from Port Arthur.
Routes
A. Canadian Pacific Steamship Line to Owen Sound.
Canadian Pacific Railway.
B. Canadian Pacific Railway.
C. Canadian Pacific Railway to North Bay.
Grand Trunk Ry. System to Toronto.
Canadian Pacific Railway.
D. Canadian Pacific Steamship Line to Sault Ste. Marie.
Canadian Pacific Ry. to North Bay.
Grand Trunk Railway System to Toronto.
Canadian Pacific Railway. Eastern Tours
To Montreal, Quebec, Saguenay, Lake St. John, Lower
St. Lawrence, Maritime Provinces, White Mountains,
Adirondacks, Atlantic Sea Coast.
Abenakis Springs, Que., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From London     *$25.00 $22.35
"     St, Thomas   *  25.00   22.75
"      Niagara Falls    19.60
"     Buffalo    19.60
"     Detroit  * 25.80   25.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie    31.50
Fort William  43.50
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From   Boston $17.10
St. John, N.B    23.00
"        Ottawa      7.00
Prescott     7.00
"       Brockville     7.60
Toronto   17.00
"        Hamilton   18.80
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Sorel	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " St. Francois du Lac
Stage " Abenakis Springs ..
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New York Central & Hudson River Rd	
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Route R 2J
Canadian Pacific Ry	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd....
Stage	
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Route R 3
Canadian Pacific Ry	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd	
Stage	
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Route R 4
Canadian Pacific Ry	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd....
Saranac & Lake Placid Rd	
_ _ _ Return same
Route R o
Canadian Pacific Ry	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd	
Stage	
Steamer	
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Route R 6
Canadian Pacific Ry	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd	
Paul Smith's Stage Line. ,	
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Route R 7
Canadian Pacific Ry	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd	
Stage	
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Route R 8
Canadian Pacific Ry	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd	
Stage	
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Route R 9
Canadian Pacific Ry	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd....
Anderson & Moyenham Stage Line	
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Route R 10
Canadian Pacific Ry	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd....
Saranac & Lake Placid Rd	
Agnew's Stage Line    	
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Route R 11
Canadian Pacific Ry	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd....
Fulton Chain Rd	
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Route R12
Same as Route R 11	
Crosby Trans. Co	
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Route R13
Same as Route R 9	
J. C. Potter's Stage Line	
Return same
For rates see
* Rates prefixed thus * are optional Rail or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or il & 352
River (06) Ottawa to Montreal.
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Resorts.
to Montreal     14
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" Loon Lake Station  313
" Loon Lake House  305
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" Saranac Lake 313
" Hotel Algonquin 307
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" Saranac Lake  313
" Lake Placid  3U
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to Montreal     14
" Saranac Inn Station  313
" Saranac Inn Hotel  308
" Destination   312
route. R
to Montreal  14
" Paul Smith's Station  313
" Paul Smith's Hotel  309
route. R
to Montreal      14
" Childwold Station  313
" Hotel Childwold  310
route. R
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" Saranac Inn Hotel  308
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5(i EASTERN  TOURS
or Troy and Return.
Rates as follows :
Albany, N. Y.
Route R 14
From Quebec $18.15
"     Montreal    13.15
"     Ottawa    18.15
"     Prescott    18.15
"     Brockville   18.75
"     Toronto   28.15
From Fort William  $47.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. ..." Albany or Troy   313
Return same route. R
From Hamilton    $29.95
"      London   33.25
"      St. Thomas    33.65
"      Niagara Falls and Buffalo.   30.75
"      Detroit    35.05
Sault Ste. Marie    35.25
Bangor,  Me., and Return.
Route R 15
From Montreal $16.45
" Ottawa and Prescott... 21.45
" Brockville  22.05
" Toronto  31.45
" Hamilton  33.25
" Niagara Falls  34.05
Rates as follows :
From Buffalo $34.05
"      London  36.55
"     St. Thomas  36.95
"     Detroit  38.05
"     Sault Ste. Marie   45.95
"      Fort William  57.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc  253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd  " Oldtown      158
Maine Central Rd '' Bangor  124
Return same route. R
Bangor, Me., and Return.
Route R 16 Rates same as for Route R 15.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg	
Maine Central Rd  " Bangor	
Return same route.
250
243
121
R
Bangor, Me
Continuous passage each way
and Return.
Route R 17
From   St. John, N B $11.00
Fredericton    11.00
"        St. Andrews      9.50
"       St. Stephen     9.50
Canadian Pacific: Ry to Vanceboi
Maine Central Rd " Bangor
Return same route.
Time limit one month.
Rates as follows :
From Houlton & Woodstock.NB. $10.00
"      Fort Fairfield    12.50
Caribou    12.50
"     Presque Isle    12.50
^76-lR
Bangor & Aroostook Railroad Resorts.
Tickets on sale May 1st to October 31st, good for return until November 30th.
Route R 18 Rates as follows :
Ashland,
Mo.
Grindstone, Me.
"*H noXt,
Me-      |      Mo.
Norcross,
Me.
Stacy.
ville, Me.
$ 23.80
20.80
25.80
26.40
35.80
t 36.05
t 36.50
t 36.05
t 36.50
$ 18.85
16.85
21.85
22.45
31.85
t 32.10
t 32.55
t 32.10
t 32.55
$ 23.30 $ 19.45
20.30 i   16.45
25.30     21.45
25.90 ]   22.05
35.30 !   31.45
t 35.55 It 31.70
t 36.00 It 32.15
t 35.55 11 31.70
! 36.00 t 32.15
$ 19.15
16.15
21.15
21.75
$ 20.45
17.45
Ottawa and Prescott	
22.45
23 n.5
31.15 |   32.45
Hamilton           	
London and St. Thomas
Niagara Falls and Buffalo ..
t 31.40 t 32.70
t 31.85 it 33.15
t 31.40  t 32.70
! 31.85 it 83.IS
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville June   253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd " Destination   306
Return same route. R
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav  Co. from Ottawa to Montreal,
t For tickets optional Rail or Steamer on eastbound journey west of Montreal,
add following amounts to rates designated thus :—
From Hamilton, Niagara Falls or Buffalo, $3.75 ; from London. $7.15 ;
from St. Thomas, $7.30 ; and from Detroit, $8.10 if optional from
Toronto to Montreal; or $7.30 if optional from Kingston, Brockville
or Prescott to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
51 EASTERN   TOURS
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.
Route R 19
Rates as follows :
Fron
From Quebec    $21.50
"     Montreal      17.50
"     Ottawa      22.50
"     Prescott      22.50
"     Brockville      23.10
"    Toronto     32.50
"     Hamilton      34.30
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport ...
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg.
Maine Central Rd " Rockland ..
Portland Mount Desert & Machias Steamboat Company " Bar Harbor
Return same route.
London	
St. Thomas	
Niagara Falls....
Buffalo	
Detroit	
Sault Ste. Marie.
Fort William	
$37.60
38.00
35.10
35.10
40.00
47.00
59.00
... 250
... 243
... 124
283
R
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.
Route R 20 Rates $1.00 less than for Route R 18.
Canadian Pacific Ry     to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd "   Lunenburg   243
Maine Central Rd "   Portland   124
Portland Mount Desert & Machias Steamboat Company  "   Bar Harbor     73
Return same route. R
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.
Route R 21
From Quebec t$23.00
"     Montreal....t 19.00
"     Ottawa t 24.00
"     Prescott ....t 24.00
"     Brockville...
"     Toronto....
"     Hamilton.. .
Canadian Pacific Ry
Boston & Maine Rd
Maine Central Rd..
t 24
t 34.00.
t 35.80.
Rates as follows:
...$23.70    From London    t$39.10. .$39.80
..19.70       "     St. Thomas t39.50..   10.20
...24.70        "      Niagara Falls.... t 36.60..   37.30
...24.70      "     Buffalo t 36.60..   37 30
..25.30       "     Detroit    41.50
..34.70      "     Sault Ste. Marie..t 48.50..   49.20
..36.50       "     Fort William....t 60.50..  61.20
 to Newport  250
 " Lunenburg  243
 "Bar Harbor   124
Return same route. R
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.
Route R 22 Rates same as for Route R 20.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc	
Bangor & Aroostook Rd " Oldtown	
Maine Central Rd " Bar Harbor	
Return same route.
253
158
124
R
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.      R W
Route R 23
Rates as follows :
From Quebec $26 00   From London $42.10
Montreal  22.00
Ottawa  27.00
Prescott  27.00
Brockville     27.60
Toronto  37.00
Hamilton  38.80
St. Thomas    42.50
Niagara Falls  39.60
Buffalo  39.60
Detroit    44.60
Sault Ste. Marie    51.50
Fort William    63.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc   253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd " Oldtown  158
Maine Central Rd  " Bar Harbor  124
Portland Mount Desert & Machias Steamboat Company " Rockland  283
Maine Central Rd " Lunenburg   124
Boston & Maine Rd  " Newport   243
Canadian Pacific Ry      " Starting Point  250
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
t Rates prefixed t are limited to continuous passage between Portland or
Greenville Junction and Bar Harbor.
52 EASTERN   TOURS
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.       R W
Route R 24
From Quebec $27.50
" Montreal  23.50
" Ottawa  28.50
" Prescott  28.50
" Brockville  29.10
" Toronto   38.50
" Hamilton  40.30
Rates as follows :
From London $43.60
"     St. Thomas   44.00
"      Niagara Falls   41.10
"      Buffalo    41.10
"      Detroit    46.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie    53.00
"      Fort William    65.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc  253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd  " Oldtown  158
Maine Central Rd " Bar Harbor   124
Maine Central  Rd " Lunenburg   124
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport .. ._   243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
Bar Harbor, Me., and Return.
Continuous passage each way.
Time limit one month.
Rates as follows :
From Houlton $10.00
"     Woodstock, N.B  10.00
Fort Fairfield    12.50
Caribou      12.50
Route R 25
From St. John, N.B $11.00
Fredericton    11.00
"     St. Andrews      9.50
"     St. Stephen     9.50
From Presquelsle $12.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro	
Maine Central Rd     " Bar   Harbor	
Return same route.
Bluff Point, N.Y. (Hotel Champlain), and Return.
76-1 R
Route R 26
From Quebec $ 9.55
"      Montreal   4.55
"      Ottawa  9.55
"      Prescott  9.55
"      Brockville  10.15
11     Toronto  19.55
"      Hamilton     21.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal....
Grand Trunk Ry. Syste n " Rouses Point
Delaware & Hudson Rd .
R ates as follows :
From London    $24.65
"      St. Thomas     25.05
"      Niagara Falls   22.15
"      Buffalo   22.15
"      Detroit     27.85
"     Sault Ste. Marie   34.05
"      Fort William    16.05
14
185
1 Bluff Point.
Return same route.
130
Boston, Mass., and Return.
Route R 27
From Quebec $18.00
"      Montreal    15.10
"     Ottawa    18.00
Prescott
Brockville .
Toronto ...
Hamilton ..
*§21.30.
• 21.95.
• 33.10.
• 34.10 .
17.20
17.20
28.30
30.30
Rates as follows:
From London *$37.95. .$34.00
"     St. Thomas  * 38.10..  34.40
"      Niagara Falls....* 34.10..   30.30
"      Buffalo * 34.10..   30.30
"     Detroit * 38.90...  37.60
" Sault Ste. Marie.* 47.60.. 42.80
" Fort William ....* 59.60.. 54.80
250
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston   325
Return same route. R
Boston, Mass., and Return.
Route R 28
From Quebec $18.00
" Montreal   15.10
" Ottawa  20.10
" Prescott   20.10
" Brockville  20.70
" Toronto  30.10
" Hamilton  31.90
Rates as follows :
From London $35.20
"     St. Thomas      35.60
"     NiagaraFalls  32.70
"     Buffalo  32.70
"      Detroit  37.60
"      Sault Ste. Marie  44.60
•'      Fort William  56.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg   243
Maine Central Rd " Portland   244
Boston & Maine Rd  " Boston     10
Return same route. R
See paee 47 for additional charges for tickets reading via Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
' Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal ; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
53 EASTERN TOURS
Boston, Mass., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London    $39.40
"     St. Thomas    39.80
"      Niagara Falls   36.90
"     Buffalo   36.90
"      Detroit       41.80
"     Sault Ste. Marie   48.80
Fort William    60.80
250
243
Route R 29
From Quebec $22.00
"      Montreal    19.30
"      Ottawa    24.30
"      Prescott     24.30
"     Brockville   24.90
"      Toronto    34.30
"      Hamilton    36.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg
Maine Central Rd " Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd  " Boston     10
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
Boston,  Mass., and  Return. R W
Route R 30 Rates same as for Route R 29.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd •' Intervale June  236
Boston & Maine Rd    " Boston  123
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
Boston,  Mass.,
Route R 31
From Quebec $20.50
"     Montreal    17.50
"     Ottawa    22.50
"     Prescott   22.50
"     Brockville    23.10
Toronto    32.50
Hamilton    31.30
and  Return. R W
Rates as follows:
'rom London $37-60
"      St. Thomas  38.00
"      Niagara Falls  35.10
"      Buffalo  35.10
"     Detroit  40.00
Sault Ste. Marie  47.00
Fort William    59.00
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Newport   250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd  " Portland   244
Steamer  " Boston 105
Boston & Maine Rd  "■ Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point   250
Boston,   Mass., and   Return. R W
Rates as follows :
From London $43.40
"     St. Thomas  43.80
"      Niagara Falls  40.90
"      Buffalo 40.90
Detroit   45.80
"     Sault Ste. Marie  52.80
Fort William  64.80
252
33
♦ Route R 32
From Quebec $23.30
"     Montreal    23.30
"     Ottawa    23.30
"     Prescott    28.30
"     Brockville    28.90
"     Toronto    38.30
"     Hamilton    40.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec
Ferry " Levis
euebec Central Ry  " Sherbrooke     84
oston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg      123
Maine Central Rd " Portland   244
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     10
Boston & Maine Rd " Ne .vport   325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point   250
Boston,  Mass
Route R 33
From Quebec $29.30
"     Montreal    25.30
"     Ottawa   30.30
"     Prescott  30.30
"     Brockville  30.90
"     Toronto  40.30
"     Hamilton  42.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc
Bangor & Aroostook Rd  " Oldtown
, and  Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London    $45.40
"      St. Thomas  45.80
"      Niagara Falls   42.90
"      Buffalo   42.90
"      Detroit   47.80
"     Sault Ste. Marie  54.80
Fort William   66.80
 253
  158
Maine Central Rd  " Portland   124
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     10
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport   325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point    250
lc This Route may be varied to read from Quebec or Portland via
Quebec Central Ry       to Dudswell Junc      216
Maine Central Rd  " Portland   247
and from Lunenburg to Boston via
Maine Central Rd  .to Intervale Junc     236
Boston & Maine Rd  " Boston         123
See page 17 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co.,   American   Line or  Ottawa   River   Nav.   Co.   from Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by wlvch tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
54 EASTERN   TOURS
RW
Boston, Mass., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From London *$34.75
"     St. Thomas *35.00
"     Niagara Falls and Buffalo *30.90
"     Detroit  38.85
Sault Ste. Marie *45.40
Fort William *57.40
250
325
• Route R 34
From Quebec *$34.90
"     Montreal   *30.90
"     Ottawa *30.90
"     Prescott and Brockville *30.90
"     Toronto *30.90
"    Hamilton *30.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd   " Boston
Boston & Albany Rd   " Albany  132
New York Central & Hudson River Rd   '• Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd    " Welland   248
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo Ry    "Hamilton   347
Canadian Pacific Ry    " Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.  "  Buffalo   167
Michigan Central Rd   " Starting Point  248
Or via N. Y. Central & Hudson River Rd.  " Suspension Bridge  167
Wabash    Rd   " Starting Point     367
These rates are good by steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be $1.30 additional for steamer
from Toronto, and 50 cent, additional for steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
Boston,  Mass., and  Return. R W
Rates $1.30 higher than for Route R 34, except from Quebec,
• Route R 35                which is 81.00 higher than Route R 31.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport   250
Boston & Maine Rd
Maine Central Rd	
Boston & Maine Rd	
Boston & Albany Rd	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd
Michigan Central Rd	
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo Ry " Hamilton
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point
Lunenburg   243
" Portland  244
Boston     10
Albany   132
Buffalo   167
Welland   248
  347
     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. " Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd   " Starting Point  248
Or via N.  Y. Central & Hudson River Rd " Suspension   Bridge  167
Wabash Rd   "  Starting Point  367
Boston, Mass., and Return. RW
Rates as follows :
From London *$38.75
St. Thomas * 39.00
Niagara Falls * 34.90
Buffalo * 34.90
Detroit     42.85
Sault Ste. Marie * 49.40
Route R 36
From Quebec *$34.90
"     Montreal * 34.90
"     Ottawa * 34.110
"     Prescott * 34.90
"     Brockville * 34.90
"     Toronto and Hamilton*  34.90
From Fort William *$61.40
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry  " Levis     33
Quebec Central Ry  " Sherbrooke     84
Boston & Maine Rd  " Boston   123
Boston & Albany Rd   " Albany   132
New York Central & Hudson River Rd...    " Lewiston    167
Niagara Navigation Co  " Toronto     62
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. "  Buffalo   167
Michigan Central Rd   " Starting Point. 248
Or via  N.Y.   Central & Hudson River Rd *' Suspension   Bridge  167
Wabash Rd   " Starting Point 367
These rates are good by Steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be $1.30 additional for steamer from
Toronto and 50 cents additional for steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
Boston, Mass., and Return. R W
* Route R 37 Rates $1.30 higher than for Route R 36
Same as Route R 31 to Sherbrooke.
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg   123
Maine Central Rd " Portland   244
Boston & Maine Rd   " Boston     10
Same as Route R 34 for remainder of trip.
•fa This route may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Rv to Dudswell Junc   246
Maine Central Rd  " Portland  247
and from Lunenburg to Boston via
Maine Central Rd to Intervale Junc   236
BostDn & Maine Rd  " Boston   123
•  This route may be varied to read from Albany to Toronto via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd... .to Lewiston   167
Niagara Navigation Co      " Toronto     62
See page  47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav.   Co.,   American   Line  or   Ottawa   River  Nav.   Co.   from   Ottawa  to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN   TOURS
Boston, Mass., and Return.
Route R 38
From Quebec *$49.25
"     Montreal * 46.25
"     Ottawa * 46.25
'•    Prescott ,....* 46.25
"     Brockville          * 46.25
"     Toronto * 46.25
Hamilton         * 46.25
Rates as follows:
From London *$50.10
"     St. Thomas * 50.35
"      Niagara Falls *  46.25
"      Buffalo *  46.25
"      Detroit      54.20
"      Sault Ste. Marie *  60.75
Fort William ♦  72.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry      " Halifax  36
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Yarmouth  304
Steamship " Boston  293
New York  New Haven & Hartford Rd.... " Fall River  137
Fall River Line  " New York  138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " I ewiston  167
Niagara Navigation Co  " Toronto  62
Canadian Pacific Ry    " Starting Point  14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. " Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd " Starting Point  248
Or  via   New   York    Central   &    Hudson
River Rd    " Suspension Bridge     167
Wabash Rd    " Starting Point  367
These rates  are  good  by  Steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be $1 30 additional for Steamer from
Toronto, and 50 cents additional for Steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany     136
35 cents less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York  to Albany     328
85 cents less.
Boston, Mass., and Return. R W
Rates as follows :
From Fort Fairfield $18.60
"      Caribou   18.60
"      Presque Isle   18.60
"     Houlton& Woodstock,N.B. 15.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd " Portland     50
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     10
Return same route. R
J R. T. 2017.    Continuous passage each way.
Route R 39
From St.John,N.B.$16.00..}$14.50
" St. Andrews.. 16.00..t 14.50
"     St Stephen... 16.00..i 14.50
Fredericton...   17.00 . t 15.50
Boston, Mass., and Return.
Route R 40 Rate as follows :
From St. John, N.B., St. Andrews or St. Stephen $13.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro .
Maine Central Rd	
Boston & Maine Rd	
International S. S. Co	
     14
1 Portland     50
" Boston     10
John.   St   Andrews   or
Calais (for St. Stephen)..  125
Return same route. R
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Charlottetown, P.E.I., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Buffalo *S14.95.  S41.35
•'      Detroit  48.45
Sault Ste. Marie  55.45
"      Fort William  67.45
"      Fredericton    11.95
"      St. Andrews  13.60
"      St. Stephen   12.95
Woodstock, N.B    15.10
Houlton    15.10
Route R 41
From Quebec $25.95
"      Montreal  25.95
"    Ottawa  30.95
"     Prescott  30.95
"     Brockville  31.55
"     Toronto 40.95
"     Hamilton *$44.95..  41 35
"      london * 48.80.. 45.20
"      St. Thomas ..* 48.95..  45.45
"      Niagara Falls.* 44.95..  41.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B.
Intercolonial Ry " Point du Chene
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) " Summerside.. .
Prince Edward Island Ry " Charlottetown.
Return same route.
251
38
81
79
R
See page 47 for additional charges  for tickets  reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
„ Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or  River St.   Lawrence. Toronto 192) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87  or   11 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
56 EASTERN   TOURS
Charlottetown, P.E.I., and Return.        RW
Rates as follows :
From London $50.55
"        St. Thomas     50.95
Niagara Falls  48.05
Buffalo   48.05
Detroit  52.95
"        Sault Ste. Marie   59.95
Fort William   71.95
Route R 42
From Quebec $30.45
Montreal  30.45
"     Ottawa  35.45       "
"     Prescott  35.45       "
"      Brockville   30.05
"      Toronto  45.45        "
"      Hamilton   47.25        "
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Intercolonial Ry    "
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd).  "
Prince Edward Island Ry    "
Prince Edward Island Ry    "
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd ) "
Intercolonial Ry   "
Ferry    "
Canadian Pacific Ry   "
St. John. N.B.
Point du Chene.
Summerside ....
Charlottetown..
Summerside....
Point du Chene.
Levis	
uebec.
Charlottetown, P.E
Route R 43
From Quebec $28.70     Fro
"      Montreal   28.70
"      Ottawa  33.70
Prescott  33.70
"      Brockville   34.30
"      Toronto   43.70
"      Hamilton     45.50        "
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Quebec Steamship Co	
Prince Edward Island Ry	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.)
Intercolonial Ry	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
251
38
81
79
79
81
35
33
starting Point   252
R W
I., and Return.
Rates as follows :
m London $48.80
St. Thomas   49.20
Niagara Falls  40.30
Buffalo   46.30
Detroit  51.2C
Sault Ste. Marie   58.20
Fort William     70.20
o Quebec  252
" Charlottetown     85
" Summerside.      79
" Point du Chene     81
" St.John,N.B     38
" Starting Point  251
Charlottetown, P.E.I., and Return.
Route R 44
From Montreal $23.70
Ottawa and Prescott ..28 70
"      Brockville   29.30
"       Toronto   38.70
"      Hamilton  40.50
London   43.80
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $44.20
Niagara Falls  41.30
Buffalo  41.30
Detroit  46.20
Sault Ste. Marie  53.20
Fort William  65.20
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Quebec Steamship Co    " Cha
harlottetown     85
Return same route. R
Chicoutimi and Ha Ha Bay, Que., and Return.    R W
Daylight Trip.
Route R 45
From    Montreal §15.00    From
Ottawa and Prescott. 20.00       "
Brockville    20.60
Toronto    30.00
Hamilton       31.80
" London    ..   35.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry  " Kober
Rates as follows:
St. Thomas  §35.50
Niagara Falls    32.60
Buffalo    32.60
Detroit     37.50
Sault Ste. Marie      44.50
Fort William       56.50
   252
1  282
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry " Chicoutimi    282
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Quebec     90
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point   252
Chicoutimi and Ha Ha Bay, Que., and Return.
See Routes R 84, 85, 86 and 131.
Digby, N.S., and Return.
Rates as follows :
Route R 46
From Quebec $23.50
'      Montreal   23.50
"      Ottawa  28.50
"      Prescott  28.50
"      Brockville   29.10
Toronto-
Hamilton  ...
London 	
St. Thomas .
Niagara Falls
■$12.50.
* 46.35 .
• 46.50.
12.50.
38.50
38.50
42.35
42.60
38.50
From Buffalo *$12.50.. $38.50
"      Detroit 46.00
"      Sault Ste. Marie   53.00
"      Fort William   65.00
"      Fredericton     5.50
"      St. Andrews   .'     7.15
St.   Stephen     6.50
Woodstock, N
Houlton.
B.
8.65
8.65
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B     251
S.S. Prince Rupert   " Digby     321
Return same route. R
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets  reading by Richelieu ix Ontario
Nav.  Co.,   American Line or Ottawa River Nav.   Co.  from Ottawa to
Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional  Rail  or River St.   Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal ; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page IS tor routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
57 EASTERN  TOURS
Route R 47
From  Quebec $16.70
"      Montreal    16.70
"      Ottawa  21.70
"      Prescott  21.70
"      Brockville  22.30
"      Toronto  31.70
"      Hamilton  33.50
Eastport, Me., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $30.80
"      St. Thomas  37.20
" Niagara Falls....*$35.70.. 33.95
"     Buffalo * 35.70.. 33.95
"      Detroit  39.20
"     Sault Ste. Marie  46.20
"      Fort William     58.20
Canadian Pacific Ry   to St. Andrews     14
Frontier Steamboat Co  " Eastport   163
Return same route. R
Fredericton, N.B., and Return.
Rates as follow*:
From London $39.80
St. Thomas  40.20
Niagara Falls... .'$38.70.. 36.95
Buffalo * 38.70.. 36.95
Detroit    42.20
Sault Ste. Marie   49.20
Fort William    61.20
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fredericton     14
Return same route. R
Route R 48
From Quebec $19.70
" Montreal   19.70
" Ottawa  24.70
" Prescott  24.70
" Brockville   25.30
" Toronto  34 70
" Hamilton      36.50
Gaspe, Que., or Perce, Que., and Return.
Route R 49
To Gaspe To Perce
From Montreal ... $18.60    $19.45
"      Ottawa   23.60
Prescott
Brockville .
Toronto.. .
Hamilton  .
London ...
24.45
24.45
25.05
34.45
36.25
39.55
Rates as follows:
To Gaspe To Perce
From St. Thomas ....$39.10     $39.95
"      Niagara Falls..  36.20
'•     Buffalo  .'. 36.20
"      Detroit   41.10
"      Sault Ste. Marie 48.10
"      Fort William...  60.10
37.05
37.05
41.95
48.95
60.95
23.60
24.20
33.60
35.40
38.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec.  252
Quebec Steamship Co  " Destination     85
Return same route. R
Grandes Piles, Que., and Return.
(For the St. Maurice River District.)
Tickets on sale May 1st to October 31st,  good for return until November  30th,
except where otherwise stated.
Route R 491
From Quebec $§4.75
"     Montreal   §4.75
"     Ottawa     9.75
"     Prescott     9.75
"     Brockville   10.35
"      Toronto    19.75
"     Hamilton     21.55
Canadian Pacific Ry to Grandes Piles
Return same route.
§ Time limit one month.
Greenville Junction, Me. (Moosehead Lake), and Return.
(On sale May 1st to October 31st, good for return until November 30th.)
Rates as follows :
From   London  $24.85
"     St. Thomas  25.25
"      Niagara   Falls '$23.75 22.35
"     Buffalo  "23.75 22.35
"      Detroit  27.25
"     SaultSte. Marie  34.25
"      Fort William  46.25
  14
R
Route R 50
From Quebec $15.00
"       Montreal    12.00
"      Ottawa   17.00
"      Prescott   17.00
"      Brort ville   17.60
"      Toronto   27.00
"      Hamilton  ... *$31.00..  27.25
Canadian Pacific Ry.
Rates as follows:
From London   "$34.85. .$27.70
"     St. Thomas * 35.00.. 27.70
"      Niagara Falls... .» 31.00. .  27.25
"     Buffalo • 31.00.. 27.25
"      Detroit * 35.80..  27.70
"     Sault Ste. Marie  41.50
"      Fort William  53.50
to Greenville Junc  253
R
Return same route.
Seepage 17 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Slav.   Co.,   American  Line  or  Ottawa   River  Nav.   Co.   from  Ottawa  to
Montreal.
* Rates prefixed *  are optional Rail or   River St.  Lawrence. Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41  &  87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal J or
Ottawa River (66)Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
58 EASTERN  TOURS
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 51
Rates as follows:
From Quebec $25.00
"      Montreal   25.00
"      Ottawa   30.00
"      Prescott   30.00
"      Brockville  30.60
"      Toronto     40.00
"      Hamilton  41.80
"      London  45.10
"     St. Thomas  45.50
"      Niagara FaUs *44.00.. 42.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry  " Halifax     36
Return same route. R
From Buffalo *$44.00..$42.25
"     Detroit  47.50
Sault Ste. Marie  54.50
"      Fort William 66.60
"      Fredericton   12.00
"      St. Andrews    13.65
"      St. Stephen   13.00
"      Woodstock, N.B   15.15
"     Houlton  15.15
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Rout* R 52
Rates same as for Route R 51 except that from Fredericton, St. Andrews,
St. Stephen, Woodstock, N.B., and Houlton they are$1 50 less.
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
S. S. Prince Rupert " Digby   321
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Halifax   326
Return same route. R
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 53
Rates same as for Route R 51 except from Fredericton, St. Andrews,
St  Stephen, Woodstock, N.B., and Houlton.
to Quebec  252
'' Levis     33
     35
R
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Ferry	
Intercolonial Ry " Halifa
Return same route-
Route R 54
Halifax, N.S., and Return. R W
Rates same as for Route R 51
251
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B	
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax     36
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Digby  326
S. S. Prince Rupert     "St. John, N.B  321
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
R W
Route R 55
From Quebec $30.00
"     Montreal  30.00
"     Ottawa  35.00
"      Prescott  35.00
"     Brockville  35.60
"      Toronto   45.00
"      Hamilton  46.80
Rates as follows:
From London $50.10
"      St. Thomas  50.50
"      Niagara Falls  47.60
"      Buffalo  47.60
"      Detroit  52.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  59.50
"      Fort William  71.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax  36
Intercolonial Ry " Levis    ... 35
Ferry "Quebec  33
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  252
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
R W
Route R 56 Rates same as for Route R 55
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B   251
S. S. Prince Rupert  " Digbv  321
Dominion Atlantic Ry  " Halifax  326
Intercolonial Ry " Levis     35
Ferry " Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point  252
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav.  Co.,  American Line or   Ottawa   River  Nav.   Co.   from   Ottawa to
Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional   Rail  or River St.  Lawrence,  Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41   &   352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal ; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste.  Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
5? EASTERN   TOURS
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 67 Rates as follows :
From Montreal $31.40 From St. Thomas $51.90
"      Ottawa and Prescott... 36.40 " Niagara Falls  49.00
"      Brockville  37.00 " Buffalo  49.00
"      Toronto  46.40 " Detroit  53.90
"      Hamilton  48.20 " Sault Ste. Marie  60.90
London  51.50 " Fort William  72.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  258
Quebec Steamship Co  " Pictou     85
Intercolonial Ry (continuous passage) " Halifax     37
Intercolonial Ry  "St. John, N.B     36
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 58 Rates same as for Route R 57
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Quebec Steamship Co " Pictou  85
Intercolonial Ry. (continuous passage) " Halifax  37
Dominion Atlantic Ry      " Digby  326
S. S. Prince Rupert  "St. John, N.B  321
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 59 Rates as follows:
From Montreal   $32.90    From St. Thomas   $53.40
Ottawa and Prescott. .. 37.90        "      Niagara Falls   50.50
"      Brockville  38.50        "      Buffalo   50.50
"      Toronto   47.90        "      Detroit   55.10
Hamilton     49.70       "     Sault Ste. Marie  62.40
"      London  53.00        "      Fort William  74.40
Canadian Pacific Ry    to Quebec   252
Quebec Steamship Co " Pictou     85
Intercolonial Ry. (continuous passage) " Halifax     37
Canada Atlantic & Plant S.S. Co.   .    " Boston   162
Boston & Maine Rd  " Newport   325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point   250
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 60 Rates as follows :
From Quebec $40.40    From London $57.50
Montreal 37.40        "      St. Thomas   57.90
"      Ottawa  42.40        "      Niagara Falls     55.00
"      Prescott   42.40        "      Buffalo   55.00
Brockville  43.00        "      Detroit 59.90
"      Toronto  62.40        "      Sault Ste. Marie    66.90
"      Hamilton    54.20        "      Fort William  78.90
Canadian Pacific Ry   to Montreal         14
II Black Diamond Line " Charlottetown       2
Charlottetown Steam Nav. Co. (Ltd.) " Pictou     80
Intercolonial Ry. (continuous passage).... " Halifax     37
Intercolonial Ry  " St. John, N.B     36
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point 251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 61 Rates same as for Route R 60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
II Black Diamond Line     " Charlottetown  2
Charlottetown Steam Nav. Co. (Ltd.)   ..." Pictou  80
Intercolonial Ry. (continuous passage)  ..." Halifax  37
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Digby  326
S. S. Prince Rupert  " St. John. N.B  321
Canadian Pacitic Ry  '! Starting Point     251
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
II Meals and Berths included.
_____ - EASTERN   TOURS
Halifax, N.S., and Return. RW
Route R 62 Rates as follows :
From Quebec $32.50   From London $50.60
"     Montreal 30.50        "     St. Thomas  51.00
"     Ottawa  35.50        "      NiagaraFalls   48.10
"     Prescott  35.60       "     Buffalo  48.10
"     Brockville  36.10        "      Detroit   53.00
"     Toronto  45.50        "      Sault Ste. Marie      60.00
"    Hamilton  47.30       "     Fort William  72.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B   251
S. S. Prince Rupert  " Digby  321
Dominion Atlantic Ry "  Halifax    326
Canada Atlantic & Plant Steamship Co...." Boston   16iJ
Boston & Maine Rd  " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point   250
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
R W
Route R 63 Rates same as for Route R 62
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax      36
Canada Atlantic & Plant Steamship Co...." Boston   162
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport   325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
Halifax, N.S., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $51.60
"      St. Thomas  52.00
"      NiagaraFalls   49.10
"      Buffalo   49.10
"      Detroit   54.00
Sault Ste. Marie  61.00
Fort William   73.00
   251
Route R 64
From Quebec  $34.50
"      Montreal    31.50
"      Ottawa  36.50
"     Prescott  36.50
"      Brockville  37.10
"     Toronto  46.50
"      Hamilton    48.30
Canadian Pacific Ry   to St. John,N.B
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax	
Dominion Atlantic Ry "Digby	
S.S. Prince Rupert " St. John, N.B
International Steamship Co " Portland
Maine Central Rd.
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point.
     36
  326
  321
    40
1 Lunenburg   244
243
250
and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $54.10
"      St. Thomas  54.50
"      Niagara Falls  51.60
"      Buffalo  51 60
"      Detroit    56.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  63.50
Fort William  75.50
 250
 325
Halifax, N.S
•Route R 65
From Quebec $36.00
"      Montreal  34.00
"     Ottawa  39.00
"     Prescott  39.00
"      Brockville   39.60
"     Toronto  49.00
"      Hamilton     50.80
Canadian  Pacific Ry to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd    " Boston	
International S. S. Co "St. John, N. B     39
Intercolonial Ry (continuous pa-sage)   .... " Halifax     36
Intercolonial Ry  "St. John, N.B     36
Canadian Pacific Ry  ".Starting Point   251
Halifax, N.S., and Return. RW
Rates as follows:
From London ' $52.10
"      St. Thomas  52.50
"     Niagara Falls  49.60
"      Buffalo     49.60
"      Detroit     51.50
"      Sault Ste. Marie  61.50
"      Fort William   73.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport   250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg   243
Maine Central Rd  " Vanceboro   124
Canadian Pacific Ry  "St. John, N.B   251
S. S. Prince Rupert  " Digbv  321
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Halifax   326
Intercolonial Ry "St. John, N.B     36
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point   251
* This route may be varied to read from St. John to Halifax via :
S.S. Prince Rupert to Digby  321
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Halifax     326
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav.   Co , American Line  or   Ottawa  River  Nav.   Co.   from  Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
Route R 66
From Quebec $35.00
"      Montreal     32.00
"     Ottawa     37.00
"     Prescott  37.00
"      Brockville    37.60
"      Toronto     47.00
Hamilton 48.
61 EASTERN   TOURS
Halifax, N. S., and Return. R W
Route R 67 Rates same as for Route R 66
Same as Route   R 66 to Halifax.
Intercolonial Ry  " Levis  342
Ferry ( " Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point   252
Halifax, N. S., and Return. R W
Route R 68 Rates same as for Route R 66
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry    " Halifax     36
Intercolonial Ry " St. John, N.B     36
Canadian Pacific  Ry " Vanceboro   251
Maine Central Rd  " Lunenburg    '....  124
Boston & Maine Rd    " Newport   243
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point  250
Halifax, N.S., and Return. R W
Route R 69 Rates as follows :
From Quebec    $40.10    From London $57.20
Montreal   37.10        "      St.Thomas  57.60
Ottawa   42.10        "      Niagara Falls   54.70
Prescott  42.10        "      Buffalo  54.70
Brockville   42.70        "      Detroit   59.60
Toronto 52.10        "      Sault Ste. Marie  66.60
Hamilton     53.90        "      Fort William 78.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport   250
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg   243
Maine Central Rd   " Vanceboro   124
Canadian Pacific Ry  "St. John, N.B   251
S   S. Prince Rupert   " Digby   321
Dominion Atlantic Ry  " Halifax   326
Intercolonial Ry. (continuous passage)    " Pictou      37
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Charlottetown     80
Prince Edward Island Ry     *' Summerside     79
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Point du Chene     81
Intercolonial Ry  "St. John. N.B     38
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  251
Halifax, N. S., and Return. R W
Route R 70 Rates as follows:
From Quebec $39.00    From London $57.10
Montreal   37.00        "      St.Thomas  57.50
Ottawa  42.00        "      NiagaraFalls      54.60
Prescott   42.00        "      Buffalo     54 60
Brockville     42.60        "      Detroit  59.50
Toronto      52.00        "      Sault Ste. Marie 66.50
Hamilton   53 80        "      Fort William   78 50
Canadian Pacific Ry    to St. John, N.  B  251
Intercolonial Ry "Halifax     36
Intercolonial Ry "St. John, N.B     36
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vanceboro     251
Maine Central Rd  " Portland     50
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     10
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry "Starting Point   250
Halifax, N. S., and Return.
Route R 71 Rates as follows:
From Montreal    $29.45    From St. Thomas $49.95
Ottawa and Prescott... 34.45        "      NiagaraFalls  47.05
"      Brockville  35.05        "      Buffalo    47.05
"      Toronto   44.45        "      Detroit   51.95
"      Hamilton   46.25        "      Sault Ste. Marie   58.95
"      London   49.55        "      Fort William    70.95
Canadian Pacific Ry   to Quebec  252
Quebec Steamship Co   " Pictou      85
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax         37
Return same route. R
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN   TOURS
Halifax, N. S., and Return.
R W
Route R 72
From Quebec $33.50
Mc
lontreal 31.50
Ottawa     36.50
Prescott  36.50
"     Brockville    37.10
"      Toronto  46.50
"      Hamilton  48.30
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax
Rates as follows:
From London    $51.60
"     St. Thomas  52.00
"      NiagaraFalls   49.10
"      Buffalo   49.10
"      Detroit   54.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie 61.00
Fort William   73.00
251
36
Dominion Atlantic Ry  " Yarmouth     304
Steamship     " Boston  293
Boston & Maine Rd  " Newport  326
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point  250
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
R W
Route R 73
From Quebec $31.20   From
"     Montreal  31.20
"    Ottawa  36.20
"     Prescott  36.20
"     Brockville ..    36.80
"     Toronto   46.20
"     Hamilton  48.00
Canadian Pacific Ry tc
Intercolonial Ry _. "
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). "
Prince Edward Island Ry "
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). "
Intercolonial Ry. (continuous passage) "
Intercolonial Ry   "
Canadian Pacific Ry "
Rates as follows:
London $51.30
St. Thomas 51.70
Niagara Falls  48.80
Buffalo  48.80
Detroit  53.70
Sault Ste.  Marie   60.70
Fort William   72.70
St. John, N.B   251
Point du Chene     38
Summerside     81
Charlottetown     79
Pictou     80
Halifax     37
St. John, N.B     36
Starting Point     251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
R W
Route R 74 Rates same as for Route R 73.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry  " Levis  33
Intercolonial Ry " Point du Chene  35
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Summerside  81
Prince Edward Island Ry " Charlottetown  79
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Pictou  80
Intercolonial Ry. (continuous passage) " Halifax   37
Intercolonial Ry.. " Levis  35
Ferry   " Quebec ....-_  33
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  251
R W
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 75 Rates same as for Route 73.
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N. B	
S.S. Prince Rupert " Digby	
Dominion Atlantic Ry  " Halifax	
Intercolonial Ry. (continuous passage) " Pictou	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Charlottetown	
Prince Edward Island Ry  " Summerside	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Point du Chene	
Intercolonial Ry " St. John N.B	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point	
251
321
326
37
80
79
81
38
251
Halifax, N.S., and Return. R W
Rates as follows :
From London $54.20
"     St. Thomas   54.60
"     Niagara Falls 51.70
"     Buffalo  51.70
"     Detroit   56.60
Sault Ste. Marie  63.60
Fort William   75.60
251
38
Route R 76
From Quebec $34.10
"     Montreal   34.10
"     Ottawa  39.10
"     Prescott   39.10
"     Brockville  39.70
"     Toronto  49.10
"     Hamilton   50.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to St._John, N.B,
Intercolonial Ry " Point du Chene
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Summerside     81
Prince Edward Island Ry " Charlottetown       79
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Pictou     80
Intercolonial Ry. (continuous passage)     " Halifax     37
Intercolonial Ry  " Levis     35
Ferry "Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point  252
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co.,  American Line   or Ottawa River Nav.  Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets  from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
63 EASTERN   TOURS
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
ROUTE R 77 Rates same as for Route R 76.
Canadian Pacific Ry     to St. John, N.B	
S.S. Prince Rupert '* Digby•
Dominion Atlantic Ry.
Intercolonial Ry  (continuous passage) " Pictou.
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Charlottetown .
Prince Edward Is'and Ry " Summerside .
r w
  251
  321
Halifax   326
37
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Point  du Chene     81
 " Levis     35
 " Quebec     33
 " Starting Point 252
Halifax, N.S., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $56.25
"      St. Thomas  56.65
"      NiagaraFalls   43.75
"      Buffalo  43.75
"      Detroit  58.65
"      Sault Ste. Marie  65.65
Fort William   77.65
251
321
Intercolonial Ry.
Ferry.... 	
Canadian Pacific Ry.
Route R 78
From Quebec   $37.50
"     Montreal  36.15
"      Ottawa  41.15
"      Prescott  41.15
"      Brockville  41.75
''      Toronto 51.15
"      Hamilton   52.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
S. S. Prince Rupert " Digby
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Halifax    326
Canada Atlantic & Plant S. S. Line " Boston     162
N. Y. N. II. & H. Rd  " Fall River  137
Old Colony S. B. Co  " New York  138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Montreal 313
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany   136
$1.00 less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany  328
$1.50 less.
Halifax, N.S., and Return. R W
Route R 79                                   Rates $1.50 higher than for Route R 78.
Same as Route R 78 to New York.
New York Central & Hudson River Rd
Delaware & Hudson Rd	
Lake George S. B. Co	
Delaware St Hudson Rd	
Del  & Hud. ltd. or Champlain Trans. Co.
Delaware & Hudson Rd  	
Grand Trunk Ry. System   	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point
To Intercolonial Ry. Points and Return.
Route R 80 (For Rates see page 65).
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B	
Intercolonial Ry  " Destination    	
Return same route.
Route R 81
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec    	
Ferry " Levis	
Intercolonial Ry " Destination     35
Jackman (Attean Lake) Me., and Return.
(Tickets on sale May 1st to October 31st, good for return until November 30th)
Albany     135
Caldwell   130
Baldwin   131
Fort Ticonderoga   130
Pittsburgh  358
Rouses Point   130
Montreal   185
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Route R 82
From Montreal   $ 9.80
Ottawa and Prescott ... 14.80
"      Brockville   15.40
"      Toronto  24.80
Hamilton  26.60
"      London *$32.65..  27.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Jackman
Return same route.
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas «$32.80. .$27.70
"      Niagara Falls....* 28.80..  27.25
"     Buffalo ■ 28.80     27.25
"     Detroit * 33.60.. 27.70
"      Sault Ste. Marie   39.30
Fort William  51.30
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Route R 83
From Montreal $ 5.00
"     Ottawaand Prescott   10.00
"     Brockville  10.60
"     Toronto   20.00
"     Hamilton   21.80
"     London   25.10
Canadian Pacific Ry	
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Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $25.50
"      NiagaraFalls   22.00
"      Buffalo   22.00
"      Detroit   27.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  34.50
"      Fort William   46.50
 to Magog     14
.... " Newport   164
" Starting Point   250
Seepage 47  for additional  charges for  tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav.   Co.,   American   Line  or  Ottawa   Riv.   Nav.   Co.   from   Ottawa  to
Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional  Rail or   Ri  er  St.  Lawrence,  Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 11 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 4S for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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Lake St. John (Roberval), Que., and Return.
(See Routes R 45 and 134).
Lower   St.   Lawrence   and  Saguenay  River  and Return.
Route R 84
—TO—
-FROM—
Chicoutimi
and
Ha Ha Bay.
Tadousac
Riviere
du Loup or
Murray Bay
or Cap a
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Bale
St. Paul.
$12.00
17.00
17.60
27.00
28.80
32.10
32.50
29 60
34 50
41.50
53.50
$10.00
15.00
15.60
25.00
26 80
30.10
30.50
27 60
32.50
39.50
51.50
$9.00
14.00
14.60
24.00
25.80
29.10
29.50
26.60
31.50
38.50
50.50
$8 00
13.00
13.60
23.00
21 80
28.10
28.50
25.60
30.50
Sault Ste. Marie	
37 50
49.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal....
Can. Pac. Ry. or R. & O. N. Co 's Str " Quebec	
Richelieu & Ontario Nav. Co " Destination.
Return same route.
14
110
90
R
Route R 85
R W
Montreal      $14.40
Ottawa and Prescott..      19 40
Brockville |    20.00
Toronto i    29.40
Hamilton  |    31.20
London      34.50
$11.90
16.90
17.50
26.90
28.70
32.00
St. Thomas	
Niagara Falls....
Buffalo	
Detroit	
Sault Ste. Marie .
Fort William	
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$34.90
32.00
32.00
36.90
43.90
55.90
$32.40
29.50
29.50
34.40
41.40
53.40
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Richelieu Sc Ontario Navigation Co.
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co .
Intercolonial Ry	
Ferry	
Canadian Pacific Ry   	
.to Quebec  252
. " Destination     90
. '' Riviere du Loup     91
. " Levis     36
. " Quebec     33
. " Starting Point     252
Route R 1
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$14.00
$12.00
17.00
17.60
27.00
28.80
32.10
$34.60
31:60
31.60
36.50
43.50
55.50
$32.50
29.60
29.60
34 50
Ottawa and Prescott..
Brockville	
19.00
19.60
29.00
30.80
31.10
Buffalo  	
Sault Ste. Marie	
Fort William	
41.50
53.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec   252
Ferry   " Levis     33
Intercolonial   Ry " Riviere du Loup     35
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Destination     91
Return same route. R
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario Nav
Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN   TOURS
McAdam Junc, N.B
Route R 87
From Quebec  $16.70
Montreal 16.70
"      Ottawa   21.70
"      Prescott  21 70
"     Brockville  22.30
"      Toronto   31.70
"     Hamilton  33.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to McAdam Junc.
Return same route.
and Return.
Rates as follows :
From London $36.80
St.Thomas       37.20
"      NiagaraFalls .. *$35.70...  33.95
"      Buffalo * 35.70... 33 95
Detroit    39.20
Sault Ste. Marie   46.20
Fort William   58.20
     14
R
Mastigouche House, Que., and Return.
(For Trout Fishing and Caribou Hunting.)
(Tickets on sale May 1st to Oct. 31st, good for return until Nov. 30th.)
Route R 88
From    Boston $22.80
St. John, N.B   23.50
Quebec     9.70
Montreal      7.70
"       Ottawa and Prescott.   12.70
Brockville    1330
Toronto    22.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Gabriel
Stage " Mastigouche House
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $24.50
"      London    27.80
"      St.Thomas    28.20
"      NiagaraFalls   25.30
"      Buffalo   25.30
"     Detroit    30.20
Sault Ste. Marie    37.20
14
116
Return same route.
R
Montreal, Que
•Route R 89
From   Toronto $19.75
"       London  24.60
St. Thomas  24.85
Hamilton  20.75
and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Niagara Falls and Buffalo. .$20.75
"     Detroit  27-25
"     Sault Ste. Marie  34.25
"      Fort William  46.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake     14
Kingston & Pembroke Ry " Kingston     41
J Richelieu & Ontario Nav. Co )   ., Brockv;lle  363
( or American Line )
Canadian Pacific R v " Ottawa     14
Ottawa River Navigation Co " Montreal    66
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
Montreal, Que., and Return.
* Route R 90
From   Ottawa $10.75
Toronto  18.00
"        Hamilton   19.00
"        London   22.85
"       St. Thomas   23.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake
Kingston & Pembroke Ry " Kingston	
/ Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co )  (< ■»*    .      ,
\        or American Line....    f     Montreal.    ...
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point
Rates as follows :
From Niagara Falls $19.00
"      Buffalo   19.00
"     Detroit  25.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  32.50
Fort William  44.50
     14
     41
  363
14
Route R 91
From   Toronto
$18.00
London  22.85
St. Thomas   23.10
Hamilton  19.00
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Niagara Falls and Buffalo. .$19.00
"      Detroit  26.30
"     Sault Ste. Marie  32.50
"      Fort William  44.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto     14
Can. Pac. Ry. or Rich. & Ont. Nav. Co " Montreal  Ill
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls $19.00
"     Buffalo  19.00
Detroit      25.50
Sault Ste. Marie   32.50
Fort William   14.50
14
89
Route R 92
From   Ottawa $7.50
"        Toronto  18.00
"       Hamilton 19.00
"        London  22.85
St. Thomas  23.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Prescott
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Montreal	
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point     14
* This route may be varied from Toronto and points west thereof to read
via Bay of Quinte Ry. between Tweed and Kingston (form 207), instead of via
Kingston & Pembroke Ry., Sharbot Lake and Kingston. When so varied it
should be used only for day trips.
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario Nav.
Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co.. from Ottawa to Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal, or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
67 EASTERN   TOURS
RW
.$6.20
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Route R 93 Rates as follows :
From   Brockville $6.85   From Prescott	
From Quebec $5.85
Can. Pac. Ry. or Rich. & Ont. Nav. Co to Montreal.  335
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Route R 94 Rates as follow. :
From   Prescott $ 7.60      From Hamilton $19.00
Niagara Falls and Buffalo..   19.00
Detroit  25.50
Sault Ste. Marie 32.50
Fort William 14.50
     14
    66
Canadian Pacific Rv   " Starting Point     14
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Route R 95 Rates as follows :
From   St. John, N.B $21.00      From Houlton $19.20
Fredericton     19.70       "       Woodstock, N.B  19.20
Fort Fairfield   21.70
Caribou  21.70
 $ 7.60
Brockville     8.00
"       Toronto  18.00
"        London   22.85
"       St. Thomas  23.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa
Ottawa River Navigation Co  " Montreal
St. Andrews   16.70
St. Stephen   16.70
From Presque Isle $21.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal.
Return same route.
14
R
Route R 96
From   Montreal $22.50
Ottawa  22.50
Prescott   22.60
Brockville  22.50
"        Toronto and Hamilton 22.50
London  26.35
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas    $26.10
"      NiagaraFalls  22.50
"     Buffalo  22.50
"      Detroit  26.40
"     Sault Ste. Marie  37.00
Fort William  49.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " Buffalo  313
Michigan Central Rd " Welland  248
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo Ry " Hamilton  347
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. " Buffalo     167
Michigan Central Rd " Starting Point.  248
Or via New York Cent. & Hudson Riv. Rd. " Suspension Bridge   167
Wabash Rd " Starting Point   367
These rates are good by  steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal,   except from Detroit,  which will be $1.30 additional for steamer from
Toronto and 50 cents additional for steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
This route may be varied to read
New York Central & Hudson River Rd to Lewiston   313
Niagara Navigation Co     " Toronto     62
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
Montreal, Que., and Return.
*Route R 97
From
Quebec  $17.25
Montreal   12.25
Rates as follow*:
From Hamilton $23.00
"     Niagara Falls and Buffalo. 25.10
"      London   26.70
St. Thomas  27.10
14
"       Ottawa  12.25
"       Toronto  21.00
From Detroit  32.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake .
Kingston & Pembroke Ry " Kingston	
!l Steamer "James Swift"   " Ottawa	
Ottawa River Navigation Co " Montreal	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Route R 98 Rates as follows :
From   St.John.N.B $27.50     From McAdam Junc $25.00
"       Fredericton     28.00       "       St. Andrews or St. Stephen. 25.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Newport     250
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg     243
Maine Central Rd   " Vanceboro     124
Canadian Pacific Ry    " Starting Point     14
* This route may be varied from Toronto and points west thereof to read
via Bay of Quinte Ry. between Tweed and Kingston (form 207) instead of via
Kingston & Pembroke Ry. Sharbot Lake and Kingston. When so varied it
should be used only for day trips.
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario Nav.
Co , American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
II Meals and Berths included. EASTERN   TOURS
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Route R 99 Rates as follows :
From   St. John, N.B $30.50      From McAdam Junc $28.00
Fredericton  31.00        "        St. Andrews or St. Stephen 28.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
Canadian Pacific Ry    " Newport     250
Boston & Maine Rd  " Boston  325
Boston & Maine Rd   " Portland        10
Maine Central Rd    " Vanceboro ._      50
Canadian Pacific Ry    " Starting Point     14
and Return.
Rates as follows :
From McAdam Junc $22.50
Fredericton   23.50
Montreal, Que.
Route R 100
From   St. John, N.B $22.50
"        St.   Andrews or St.
Stephen  22.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd   " Lunenburg   124
Boston & Maine Rd    " Newport   243
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Montreal   250
Return same route. R
Mount Kineo House, Me. (Moosehead Lake), and Return.
Tickets on sale May 1st to October 31st, good for return until November 30th.)
Route R 101
From Quebec $15.50
"      Montreal      13.50
"     Ottawa  18.50
"      Prescott     18.50
"     Brockville  19.10
"      Toronto     28.50
"      Hamilton «$32.50..  28.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenvillejunc	
Steamer  " Mount Kineo House
Return same route.
Rates as follows :
From London   *$30.35..$29.20
"      St.Thomas * 36.50..  29.20
"      Niagara Falls ...." 32.50  . 28.75
"      Buffalo     » 32.50.. 28.75
"      Detroit * 37.30..  29.20
"      Sault Ste. Marie  43.00
"      Fort William  65.00
253
272
R
Murray Bay, Que., and Return.
(See Route R84.)
Route R 102
From Montreal $ 5.00
Newport, Vt., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $25.50
Ottawa and Prescott... 10.00
"      Brockville      10.60
"      Toronto      20.00
"      Hamilton  21.80
"     London  25.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport.
Return same route.
Niagara Falls  22.60
Buffalo  22.60
Detroit   27.50
Sault Ste. Marie  34.50
Fort William   46.50
250
R
Newport, Vt., and Return.
Route R 103 Rates same as for Route R 102.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Magog  11
Steamer   " Newport  164
Return same route. R
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 104
From Quebec $23.00
"      Montreal  18.25
"     Ottawa  20.50
"     Prescott  23.25
"      Brockville  23.85
"      Toronto  33.25
"      Hamilton  35.05
Rates as follows :
From London $38.35
"     St. Thomas  38.75
"      NiagaraFalls   35.85
"      Buffalo   35.85
Detroit  40.75
Sault Ste. Marie   35.25
"      Fort William   47.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd .... " New York   313
Return same route. R
See page 17 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav.   Co., American  Line  or Ottawa River  Nav. Co. from  Ottawa  to
Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St.   Lawrence, Toronto  (92)   or
Kingston  (41 &  87 or  207   & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN   TOURS
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R   105
From Sault Ste. Marie $35.25
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Grand Trunk Ry. System.
Rates as follows:
From Fort William $47.25
 to Montreal        14
Rouses Point  185
   130
   167
R
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Troy
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " New York.
Return same route.
New York, N. Y., and Return.
Route R 106 Rates same as for Route R105.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal        14
Grand Trunk Ry. System " St. Johns  209
Central Vermont Rd " Burlington   134
Rutland Rd " Rutland  341
Bennington & Rutland Ry " White Creek   211
Fitchburg Rd  "Troy      210
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " New York   167
Return same route. R
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 107 Rates same as for Route R 105.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal        14
Grand Trunk Ry. System " Rouses Point   185
Delaware & Hudson Rd  " Plattsburgh  130
Del. & Hud. Rd. or Champlain Trans. Co... " Fort  Ticonderoga  358
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Troy   130
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " New York    167
Return same route. R
R W
Route R 108
From Quebec $23.50
Montreal   19.50
"      Ottawa and Prescott... 24.50
"      Brockville      25.10
"      Toronto  34.50
"      Hamilton   36.30
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London    $39.60
'•     St. Thomas  40.00
"      Niagara Falls   37.10
"      Buffalo 37.10
"     Detroit  42.00
Sault Ste. Marie  49.00
From Fort William $61.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport     250
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg  213
Maine Central Rd   " Portland  244
Maine S.S. Co   " New York  359
Return same route. R
New York, N.Y., and Return.
JRoute R 109 Rates as follows :
"    From London *$34.25
"      St. Thomas * 34.50
"      NiagaraFalls » 30.40
"      Buffalo  « 30.40
Detroit  38.35
Sault Ste Marie « 44.90
From Quebec *$34.40
M
Montreal * 30.40
Ottawa * 30.40
"     Prescott « 30.40
"     Brockville * 30.40
"      Toronto and Hamilton* 30.40
From Fort William *$56.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central SHudson River Rd " New York  313
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Buffalo   167
Michigan Central Rd  " Welland   248
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo Ry " Hamilton   347
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. .. " Buffalo     167
Michigan Central Rd  " Starting Point   248
Or via N.Y. Central and Hudson River Rd. "Suspension  Bridge   167
Wabash Rd   " Starting Point  367
These rates arc good by Steamer from  Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa  to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be SI.30 additional for Steamer from
Toronto, and 50 cents additional for Steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany	
35 cents less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River
New York to Albany	
85 cents less.
If This route maybe varied to read from New York thus :-
New York Central & Hudson River Rd... .to Lewiston	
Niagara Nav. Co " Toronto	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point.
136
328
  167
    62
    14
See page 17 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario Nav.
Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal or
Ottawa River (66)Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 18 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
70 EASTERN   TOURS
New York, N.Y., and Return.
$*Route R 110 Rates as follows :
From Quebec "$36.75    From St. Thomas *S36.85
"      Montreal and Ottawa.' 32.75        "      Niagara Falls and Buffalo* 32.75
"      Prescott and Brockville* 32.75        "      Detroit  40.70
"      Toronto and Hamilton    32.75        "      Sault Ste. Marie * 47.25
"      London * 36.60        "      Fort William * 59.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport ..      250
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston   325
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd " Fall River   137
Fall River Line  " New York.   138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd .... " Buffalo   167
Michigan Central Rd "Welland     248
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo Ry " Hamilton.. .  317
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. " Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd " Starting Point.   248
Or via N. Y, Central & Hudson Rivet Rd. " Suspension Bridge   167
Wabash Rd   " Starting Point  367
These  rates  are good  by Steamer  from Toronto,  Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be §1.30 additional  for Steamer from
Toronto, and 50 cents additional for Steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany  136
35 cents less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany  328
85 cents less.
New York, N.Y., and Return.
t*RouTE R 111 Rates $1.30 higher than for Route R 110
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd    " Lunenburg     243
Maine Central Rd  " Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd "Boston     10
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd " Fall River  137
Fall River Line " New York  138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd .... " Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd  "Welland  248
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo Ry " Hamilton  347
Canadian Pacific Ry  ... " Starting Point  14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd... " Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd  " Starting Point  248
Or via N. Y. Central & Hudson River Rd. " Suspension Bridge  167
Wabash Rd  " Starting Point  367
New York, N.Y., and Return.
JRoute R 112 Rates as follows :
From Quebec *$36.75    From St.  Thomas *S10.85
Montreal and Ottawa.* 36.75 "      Niagara Falls and Buffalo* 36.75
"      Prescottand Brockville* 36.75        "      Detroit  41.70
"      Toronto and Hamilton* 36.75        "      Sault Ste. Marie * 51.25
"     London * 40.60       "     Fort William * 63.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry " Levis      33
euebec Central Ry  " Sherbrooke     84
oston & Maine Rd " Boston   123
New York  New Haven & Hartford Rd " Fall River   137
Fall River Line " New York   138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Buffalo   167
Michigan Central Rd " Welland  248
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo Ry " Hamilton  347
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. " Buffalo   167
Michigan Central Rd " Starting Point.   248
Or via N.Y.  Central & Hudson River Rd. " Suspension Bridge   167
Wabash Rd   " Starting Point   367
These rates are good by Steamer from Toronto,   Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be  $1.30 additional for Steamer from
Toronto, and 50 cents additional for Steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York  to Albany  136
35 cents less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany   328
85 cents less,
-jlr This route may be varied to read from Lunenburg to Boston via
Maine Central Rd to Intervale Junc  236
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston    123
J This route may be varied to read from New York thus :
New York Central & Hudson River Rd to Lewiston   167
Niagara Nav. Co " Toronto     62
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
*Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (11 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to .Montreal; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
n EASTERN   TOURS
New York, N.Y., and Return.
J • Route R 113 Rates $1
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Ferry	
Quebec Central Ry	
Boston & Maine Rd	
Maine Central Rd	
Boston & Maine Rd	
New York   New Haven & Hartford Rd	
Fall River Line	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd	
Michigan Central Rd	
Toronto Hamilton  & Buffalo Ry	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.
Michigan Central Rd	
Or via New York Cent. & Hudson Riv. Rd.
Wabash Rd	
30 higher than for Route R 112
to Quebec  252
" Levis  33
" Sherbrooke  81
'' Lunenburg  123
" Portland  244
" Boston  10
" Fall River  137
"New York  138
" Buffalo  167
"Welland  248
" Hamilton  347
" Starting Point  14
"Buffalo  167
" Starting Point  248
" Suspension Bridge  167
" Starting Point  367
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Rates i
R W
Route R 114
From Quebec $28.65
" Boston  24.65
" Montreal  24.65
" Ottawa and Prescott..  29.65
" Brockville   30.25
" Toronto  39.65
" Hamilton 41.45
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd  " Boston
follows:
From London $44.75
"      St.  Thomas  45.15
"      Niagara Falls  42.25
"     Buffalo  42.25
"      Detroit   47.15
"      Sault Ste. Marie  54.15
"      Fort William  66.15
250
325
Either "All Rail" Line " New York     ©
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Montreal  313
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point     14
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River,
New York to Albany   136
$1.00 less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany  328
$1.50 less.
© 229 and 142, or 232, 231 and 230, or 234 and 233.
New York, N.Y.,   and Return.              R W
Route R 115                                                                  Rates as follows :
From Quebec $27.50   From London $13.25
Montreal   23.15
"     Ottawa and Prescott ...  28.15
"     Brockville  28.75
"     Toronto    38.15
"     Hamilton  39.95
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Boston & Maine Rd	
Maine Central Rd.   	
Maine S.S. Co	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd ...
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point.
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York ,
St. Thomas  43.65
Niagara Falls and Buffalo..  40.75
Detroit     45.65
Sault Ste. Marie  52.65
Fort William   64.65
to Newport   250
" Lunenburg    213
" Portland  244
" New York  359
Montreal  313
14
136
New York .
to Albany.
$1.00 less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
 to Albany  328
$1.50 less.
■fc This route may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Ry to Dudswell Junc  246
Maine Central Rd " Portland   247
and from Lunenburg to Boston via
Maine Central Rd to Intervale Junc  236
Boston & Maine Rd  " Boston   123
J This route may be varied to read from New York thus :—
New York Central & Hudson River Rd ... .to Lewiston   167
Niagara Navigation Co " Toronto     62
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal,
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
72 EASTERN   TOURS
New York, N.Y., and Return. R W
Route R 116 Rates as follows :
From Quebec $27.65 From London $43.75
"     Boston  23.65 "     St.Thomas  44.15
"      Montreal 23.65 "      NiagaraFalls  41.25
"     Ottawa and Prescott... 28.65 "     Buffalo  41.25
"      Brockville  29.25 "      Detroit  46.15
"     Toronto  38.65 "     Sault Ste. Marie  53.15
"      Hamilton  40.45 "      Fort William  65.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport   250
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston  325
Either " Sound Line " " New York      X
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " Montreal  313
Canadian Pacific Ry.    " Starting Point     14
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany   136
$1.00 less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany  328
SI 50 less.
X 137 and 138, or 232 and 237.
New York, N.Y., and Return. R W
Route R 117 Rates $1.50 higher than for Route R 110.
Same as Route R 116  to New York.
New York Central &   Hudson River Rd to Albany  135
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Caldwell  130
Lake GeorgeS. B. Co " Baldwin  131
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Fort Ticonderoga  130
Del. & Hud. or Champ. Trans. Co " Plattsburg  358
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Rouse's Point  130
Grand Trunk Ry. System " Montreal  185
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  14
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 118 Rates as follows :
From St. John, N. B. $26.00..! $24.50    From Houlton and Woodstock ... $25.85
"     St. Andrews ...26.00.4   24.50        "     Caribou   28.60
"     St.  Stephen...   26.00..)  24.50        "     Fort Fairfield   28 60
"     Fredericton...  27.00..J   25.50        "     Presque Isle   28.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd  " Portland     50
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     10
Either " All Rail " Line " New York      ©
Return same route. R
0 229 and 142, or 232. 231 and 230, or 234 and 233.
t  RT 1841, RT 1812, or RT  1843.    Limited  to continuous  passage each way
between starting point and Boston.
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 119 Rates $2.00 less than for Route R 118.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro  14
Maine Central Rd " Portland  50
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston  10
Either " Sound Line " " New York  X
Return same route. R
X 137 and 138 or 232 and 237.
t R T 1839 or R T 1840.    Limited to  continuous  passage  each   way  between
starting point and Boston.
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 120 Rates as follows :
From St. John, N.B $29.35    From St. Andrews or St. Stephen. $29.35
"      Fredericton  30.36        "      McAdam Junc  29.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd " Portland     50
Boston & Maine Rd  " Boston     10
Either " All Rail " Line " New York     ©
Day Line Steamers " Albany   136
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Saratoga   130
Fitchburg Rd. via Hoosac Tunnel " Boston  238
Boston & Maine Rd " Portland     10
Maine Central Rd " Vanceboro     50
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
0 229 and 142, or 232, 231 and 230, or 234 and 233.
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by  Richelieu & Ontario
Nav.   Co.,   American   Line  or   Ottawa   River  Nav.   Co.   from  Ottawa  to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie,  Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
_ EASTERN   TOURS
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 121 Rates as follows :
From St. John, N B $28.35    From St. Andrews or St. Stephen$28 35
"      Fredericton       29.35 "      McAdam Junc   28.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd " Portland     50
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     10
Either " Sound Line " " New York      X
Day Line Steamers " Albany   136
Delaware & Hudson Rd  " Saratoga   130
Fitchburg Rd. via Hoosac Tunnel " Boston   238
Boston & Maine Rd " Portland      10
Maine Central Rd  " Vanceboro     50
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
X 137 and 13S or 232 and 237.
North Sydney, C.B., and Return.
Same rates as to Sydney, Routes R 163 to 169 inclusive.
Old Orchard Beach, Me., and Return.
(See Route R 151—for rate by direct route both ways.)
Pictou, N.S., and Return.
R W
(See also Routes R
Route R 122
From Quebec $30.00
'•'      Montreal  30 00
"      Ottawa   35.00
"      Prescott  35.00
"      Brockville  35.60
"      Toronto  45.00
"      Hamilton   46.80
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
Intercolonial Ry " Pictou
and R 81—for rates by direct routes.)
Rates as follows:
From London $50.10
"      St. Thomas   50.50
"      Niagara Falls   47.60
"      Buffalo   17.60
"      Detroit   52.50
"      Sault Ste. Marie    ....59.50
"      Fort William   71.50
251
169
Intercolonial Ry " Levis     35
Ferry " Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point   252
Pictou, N.S., and Return.
Route R 123
Rates as follows :
From Quebec $28.50
Mor
From London    $48.60
"     Montreal  28.50       "     St.Thomas  49.00
•'     Ottawa  33.50       "     Niagara Falls   46.10
"      Prescott  33.50        "      Buffalo   46.10
"      Brockville  34.10        "      Detroit     51.00
"      Toronto  43.50        "      Sault Ste. Marie   58.00
"      Hamilton  45.30        "      Fort William   70.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec    . 252
Quebec Steamship Co " Pictou     85
Intercolonial Ry "St. John. N.B   169
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point   251
Pictou, N.S., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $45.05
Niagara Falls  42.15
Buffalo   42.15
Detroit  47.05
Sault Ste. Marie  54.05
Fort William  66.05
Canadian  Pacific Ry to Quebec   252
Quebec Steamship Co  " Pictou       85
Return same route. R
Route R 124
From Montreal $24.55
"      Ottawa and Prescott..  29.55
"     Brockville  30.15
"     Toronto  39.55
Hamilton  41.35
"      London    44.65
Seepage!" for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
74 EASTERN   TOURS
Pictou, N.S., and Return.
R W
Route R 125
From Quebec $32.20    From
"     Montreal  32.20
"     Ottawa  37.20
"      Prescott  37.20
"      Brockville   37.80
"      Toronto  47 20
"      Hamilton  49.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Intercolonial Ry.	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.).
Prince Edward Island Ry	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.).
Intercolonial Ry	
Ferry	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Rates as follows:
London $52.30
St. Thomas  52.70
Niagara Falls  49.80
Buffalo   49.80
Detroit    54.70
Sault Ste. Marie  61.70
Fort William  73.70
St. John, N.B ..
Point du Chene.
Summerside ....
Charlottetown..
Pictou	
Levis	
Quebec	
starting Point .
251
38
81
79
80
35
33
252
Plymouth, N.H., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $31.50
"      Niagara Falls   28.60
"     Buffalo  28.60
"      Detroit   33.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  40.50
"      Fort William   52.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport   250
Boston & Maine Rd  " Plymouth  123
Return same route. R
Route R 126
From   Montreal $11.00
Ottawa and Prescott.  16.00
Brockville   16.60
Toronto  26.00
Hamilton   27.80
London   31.10
Portland, Me., and Return.
Route R 127
From   Quebec $14.50
Montreal   10.50
"        Ottawa  15.50
"      , Prescott  15.60
Brockville   16.10
Toronto    25.50
Hamilton   27.30
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg
Maine Central Rd " Portland .
Return same route.
From London $30.60
"      St.Thomas   31.00
"      Niagara Falls   28.10
•'      Buffalo   28.10
"      Detroit  33.00
Sault Ste. Marie   40.00
Fort William  52.00
250
243
214
R
Portland, Me., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From London $34.60
St. Thomas  35.00
Niagara Falls  32.10
Buffalo  32.10
Detroit   37.00
Sault Ste. Marie  44.00
Fort William  56.00
.to Quebec 252
RW
*Route R 128
From Quebec $14.50
Montreal    14.50
"     Ottawa    19.50
"      Prescott   19.50
Brockville    20.10
"      Toronto   29.50
"      Hamilton  31.30
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Ferry "Levis   33
Quebec Central Ry  " Sherbrooke   84
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg 123
Maine Central Rd    ..." Portland 244
Maine Central Rd " Lunenburg 244
Boston & Maine Rd  " Newport .. .^ 243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     250
Portland, Me., and Return. R W
Route R 129 Rates as follows :
From   Quebec $23.50    From London $39.60
Montreal   19.50        "      St.Thomas   40.00
Ottawa  24.50        "      NiagaraFalls 37.10
Prescott  24.50       "     Buffalo  37.10
Brockville   25.10        "      Detroit   42.00
Toronto  34.50       "     Sault Ste. Marie  49.00
"        Hamilton  36.30        "      Fort William   61.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc  253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd  " Oldtown    158
Maine Central Rd    ... " Portland   124
Maine Central  Rd  " Lunenburg  244
Boston & Maine Rd ■ " Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point  250
■^ This route may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Ry to Dudswell June   246
Maine Central Rd  " Portland   247
See page 47 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
Seepage 48 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario Nav.
Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
75 EASTERN   TOURS
Portland, Me., and Return.
Route R 130 Rates as follows :
From St. John, N.B.$13.00.$U2.00    From Fort Fairfield $15.60
"     St. Andrews...  13.00..J12.00        "      Caribou   15.60
"     St. Stephen...  13.00..J12.00        "      Presque Isle   15.60
"     Fredericton.... 14.00.413.00       "     Houlton & Woodstock, N.B. 12.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro ...Kami       t DT100n
Maine Central Rd.  " Portland )76-5R or > RT1S33
Return same route. R
} Limited to continuous passage each way.
Portland, Me., and Return.
Route R 131 Rates as follows :
From St. John, N.B, St. Andrews or St. Stephen...$13.00..J$ll.60
Canadian  Pacific Ry to Vanceboro'     14
Maine Central Rd " Portland     50
t *        _       i _.■.-_•   ji u   f St. John,  N.B., St. Andrews
InternaUonal Steamship Co       j     or Calais {for St. Stephen). 125
X Limited to continuous passage each way.
Portsmouth, N.H., and Return.
(See Routes R 154, 155 and 158).
Quebec, Que., and Return.
R W
Route R 132
Rates as follows :
■ n    Montreal $5.85    From St. Thomas    $25.50
Ottawa and Prescott.. 10.00       "      Niagara Falls  22.60
Brockville  10.60       "     Buffalo  22.60
Toronto   20.00       "      Detroit   27.50
Hamilton     21.80       "     Sault Ste. Marie  34.50
London   25.10        "      Fort William   46.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
Can. Pac. Ry. or Richelieu & Ont. Nav. Co." Quebec   110
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point  252
Quebec, Que., and Return.
Route R 133
From    Toronto $23.00
"        London  27.85
St. Thomas  28.00
Hamilton  24.00
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls and Buffalo. .$24.00
Detroit   28.80
"     Sault Ste. Marie  37.50
"      Fort William     49.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Can Pac Ry. or Richelieu & Ont. Nav. Co. " Montreal  Ill
Can Pac. Ry. or Richelieu & Ont. Nav. Co. " Quebec  110
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  252
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry.
Route R 131
Resorts, and Return.
—TO—
—FROM—
Chicoutimi
Roi terra]
(L;iko St.
John)
Like
Edward
Lake
Josepb
St.
Raymond
$14.00
19.00
19.60
29.00
30.80
31.10
31.50
31.60
36.50
43.50
55.50
$12.50
17.50
18.10
27.50
29.30
32.60
33.00
30.10
35.00
42.00
54.00
$ 9.50
14.50
15.10
24.50
26.30
29.60
30.00
27.10
32.00
3900
51.00
$ 6.85
11.00
11.60
21.00
22 80
21). 10
26 50
23.60
28.50
35.50
47.50
$ 7.35
11.50
12.10
21.50
23.30
26.60
27.00
Niagara Falls and Buffalo	
24.10
29.00
Fort William         	
36.00
48.00
252
282
R
Canadian   Pacific Ry to Quebec	
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry " Destination
Return same route.
Riviere du Loup, P.Q., and Return.
See Routes R 81 and 84.
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading- by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
- EASTERN   TOURS
St. Andrews, N.B., or St. Stephen, N.B., and Return.
Route R 135 Rates as follows:
From Quebec $16.70    From London $36.80
Montreal   16.70
Ottawa   21.70
Prescott   21.70
Brockville  22.30
Toronto  31.70
Hamilton  33.50
Canadian Pacific Ry .
St. Thomas  37.20
Niagara Falls * $35.70.. 33.95
Buffalo * 35 70.. 33.95
Detroit  39.20
Sault Ste. Marie   46.20
Fort William   58.20
 to St. Andrews     14
Return same route. R
St. Andrews, N.B
and Return.
Rates as follows :
From London *|[$39.55.. !$37.80
"     St. Thomas.... * 39.70..} 38.05
"     Niagara Falls.."!! 35.70..! 33.95
"     Buffalo  *|| 35.70..J 33.95
"      Detroit  39.20
"      Sault Ste. Marie.* 50.20... 48.45
"      Fort William....* 62.20... 60.45
to Newport   250
Route R 136
From Quebec $26.50
"      Montreal   22.50
"      Ottawa  27.50
"     Prescott 27.50
"     Brockville 28.10
'.'     Toronto ...*ll$35.70..t 33.95
"     Hamilton..*!]$35.70..J 33.95
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Vanceboro'    124
Canadian Pacific Ry  "St. Andrews     14
Return same route. R
J Rates prefixed { are for tickets limited to continuous passage each way.
|| Limited east of Montreal.
St. Andrews, N.B., and Return.
Route R 137
From Quebec $24.50   From
"      Montreal  21.00
"     Ottawa  26.00       "
"     Prescott  26.00
"      Brockville  26.60
"      Toronto  36.00
"      Hamilton.  37.80
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Frontier Steamboat Co "
International Steamship Co "
Maine Central Rd "
Boston & Maine Rd  "
Canadian Pacific Ry "
RW
Rates as follows:
London $41.10
St.Thomas   41.50
Niagara Falls   38.60
Buffalo     38.60
Detroit    43.50
Sault Ste. Marie  50.60
Fort William    62.50
St. Andrews      14
Eastport   163
Portland   125
Lunenburg   244
Newport   243
Starting Point   250
St. Andrews, N.B,, and Return.
R W
Route R 138
From Quebec $28.00
" Montreal   24.50
" Ottawa  29.50
" Prescott  29.50
" Brockville  30.10
" Toronto     39.50
" Hamilton  41.30
Rates as follows:
From London $44.60
St. Thomas   45.00
Niagara Falls   42.10
Buffalo   42.10
Detroit  47.00
Sault Ste. Marie  54.00
Fort William 66.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Andrews      14
Frontier Steamboat Co  " Eastport   163
International Steamship Co " Boston   125
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point  250
St. Andrews, N.B., and Return. RW
Rates as follows:
From London $45.10
"     St. Thomas  45.50
"      NiagaraFalls  42.60
"      Buffalo   42.00
"     Detroit  47.50
"      Sault Ste. Marie  54.50
"      Fort Wi.liam  66.50
 to St. Andrews     14
.... " Vanceboro     14
.... " Lunenburg   124
    243
  250
Route R 139
From Quebec $28.50
"      Montreal  25.00
"      Ottawa  30.00
"      Prescott  30.00
"     Brockvilie  30.60
"     Toronto  40.00
"      Hamilton  41.80
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Maine Central Rd	
Boston & Maine Rd   " Newport.
Canadian Pacific Ry     " Starting Point .
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston,  Brockvilie or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
* Rates  prefixed * are optional Rail or River St.   Lawrence,  Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 2u7 & 352J to Montreal; or
Ottawa River (60) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
77 EASTERN   TOURS
R W
St. John, N.B., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London *$43.85
"      St. Thomas * 44.00
"      Niagara Fa'ls    * 40.00
"      Buffalo * 40.00
'■     Detroit  43.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  50.50
"      Fort William   62.50
Route R 140
From Quebec $21.00
"      Montreal  21.00
"      Ottawa  26.00
"      Prescott   26.00
"     Brockville  26.60
"     Toronto  36.00
"     Hamilton...*$10.00... 36.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
Return same route.
$39.85
40.10
36.00
36.00
251
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St. John, N.B., and Return.
Route R 141 Rates same as for Route R 140
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry " Levis  33
Intercolonial Ry " St. John, N.B  35
Return same route. R
St.
John, N.B.
Route R 142
From Quebec $26.50
'•      Montreal   22.60
"      Ottawa   27.50
"      Prescott   27.50
"      Brockville  28.10
"     Toronto. ..*$40.00  37.50
"      Hamilton.*$10.00 } 38.25
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Boston & Maine Rd	
Maine Central Rd " Vanceboro
Canadian Pacific Ry "St. John, N.B
and Return.
Rates as follows.:
From London *$13.65. .. {$42.10
"     St. Thomas....* 44.00. ..1 42.35
"      NiagaraFalls..*   40.00.. .1 38.25
"      Buffalo * 40.00...J 38.25
"     Detroit  43.50
"      Sault Ste. Marie. *$54.50.. . 52.00
"     Fort William * 66.50... 64.00
 to Newport  250
'' Lunenburg   243
  124
  251
Return same route.
Rates prefixed J are for tickets limited to continuous passage each way.
R
St. John, N.B., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $46.10
"     St. Thomas  46.50
"      Niagara Falls  43.(JO
"      Buffalo   43.60
"      Detroit  48.50
Sault Ste. Marie   55.50
"      Fort   William   67.50
251
35
Route R 143
From Quebec   $26.00
Montreal   26.00
"      Ottawa   31.00
Prescott   31.00
"      Brockville  31.60
"      Toronto     41.00
"      Hamilton   42.80
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
I ntercolonial Ry  " Levis
Ferry .
Canadian Pacific Ry.
Quebec  	
starting  Point
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252
R W
St. John, N.B., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $17.60
"     St. Thomas  48.00
"     Niagara Falls  45.10
"      Buffalo  45.10
"     Detroit  50.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie  57.00
Fort   William   69.00
251
251
Route R 144
From Quebec $30.50
"      Montreal  27.50
"      Ottawa  32.50
"      Prescott   32.50
"     Brockville  33.10
"     Toronto  42.60
"      Hamilton   44.30
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Vanceboro.
Maine Central Rd " Lunenburg   124
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport.....   243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting   Point  250
St. John
Route R 145
From Quebec $28.00
"     Montreal  25.00
"     Ottawa  30.00
"     Prescott  30.00
"      Brockville  30.60
"      Toronto   40.00
Hamilton  41.80
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
International Steamship Co  " Portland
N.B., and Return. R W
Rates as follows :
From London $45.10
"     St. Thomas  45.50
"      Niagara Falls     42.60
"      Buffalo   42.60
Detroit  47.50
Sault Ste. Marie   54.60
Fort William   66.50
251
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Maine Central Rd " Lunenburg  244
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport.     243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point   250
Sec page 47 tor additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario Nav.
Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal
* Rates prefixed  *  are optional Rail or  River St.   Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (11 and 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal ; or
Ottawa River (661 Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William arc available. EASTERN   TOURS
St. John, N.B., and Return. R W
Route R 146 Rates as follows :
From   Quebec $29.00    From London $47.10
Montreal 27.00        "      St.Thomas  47.60
Ottawa  32.00        "      NiagaraFalls   41.60
Prescott  32.00       "     Buffalo  44.60
Brockville  32.60        "      Detroit  49.60
"        Toronto  42.00        "      Sault Ste. Marie  56.50
Hamilton  43.80        "      Fort William  68.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
International Steamship Co " Boston     39
Boston & Maine Rd  " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
St. John, N.B., and Return. RW
Route R 147 Rates as follows :
From Quebec $34.00     From London $52.75
"      Montreal  32.65       "      St.Thomas    53.15
"      Ottawa  37.65       "      NiagaraFalls  50.25
"      Prescott 37.65        "      Buffalo  50.25
"     Brockville  38.25       "     Detroit  55.15
"      Toronto  47.65        "      Sault Ste. Marie    62.15
"      Hamilton     49.45        "      Fort William   74.15
Canadian Pacific Ry .. to St. John, N.B  251
International Steamship Co  " Boston     39
Either Sound Line  " New York     X
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Montreal  313
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany  136
$1.00 less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany  328
$1.50 less.
X 137 and 138, or 232 and 237.
St. John's, Newfoundland, and Return.
Route R 148 Rates as follows :
From   Ottawa $55.00     From St. Thomas $70.50
Prescott  55.00       "     NiagaraFalls  67.60
Brockville  55.60        "      Buffalo   67.60
Toronto  65.00       "     Detroit  72.50
Hamilton  66.80        "      Sault Ste. Marie   79.60
London   70.10        "      Fort William  91.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
HBlack Diamond S.S. Line "St. John's, Nfld       2
Return same route. R
I! Meals and Berths included.
St. John's, Newfoundland, and Return.
Route R 149 Rate §24.00 more than to North Sydney and
Return (according to route chosen).
Same as Route R 163 to 169 inclusive, to North Sydney (according to rate).
sSteamship Bruce to Port-aux-Basques T. 860
' Newfoundland Ry "St John's   T. 361
Return same route to North Sydney and to starting point same as Route R 163
to 169 inclusive (according to rate).
§ Meals included.
St. Leon Springs, Que., and Return.
Route R 150 Rates as follows :
From    Boston $18.60    From  Hamilton    $20.30
St.John.N.B   22.00        "      London  23.60
Quebec     4.00        "      St.Thomas   24.00
"        Sherbrooke        8.75        "      NiagaraFalls   21.10
Montreal     3.50        "      Buffalo     21.10
"        Ottawa and Prescott..    8.50        "      Detroit  26.00
Brockville     9.10        "      Sault Ste. Marie 33.00
Toronto      18.50        "      Fort William   45.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Louiseville     14
Stage " St. Leon Springs     97
Return same route. R
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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Saguenay River Resorts.
See Routes R 84, 85, 86 and 131.
Saratoga, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 151 Rates as follows :
From   Quebec...  {$15.00   $16.75    From St. Thomas $32.25
"        Ottawa and Prescott.  16.75        "      NiagaraFalls   29.35
Brockville   17.35        "     Buffalo  29.35
"        Toronto  26.75        "     Detroit   34.25
"        Hamilton  28.55        "     Sault Ste. Marie  35.25
London  31.85        "     Fort William 47.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
Grand Trunk Ry. System   " Rouses Point   185
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Saratoga  130
Return same route. R
I Time limit 10 days.
Saratoga, N.Y., and Return. RW
Route R 152 Rates $1.50 higher than for Route R 151.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
Grand Trunk Ry. System    " Rouses Point  185
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Plattsburgh   130
Del. &Hud. Rd. or Champlain Trans. Co. " Fort Ticonderoga  358
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Baldwin    130
Lake George S. B. Co " Caldwell  131
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Saratoga   130
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Rouses Point    130
Grand Trunk Ry. System    " Montreal   185
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
Atlantic Seaside Resorts and Return.
Route R 153
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250\
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243 I   or
Maine Central Rd  " Destination  124 f   R T 1317
Return same route. K)
Route R 151
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport   250*1
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd   " Portland   124
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination 123
Return same route. R-^
Route R 155
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250^
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243 I
Maine Central Rd  " Intervale  Junc   236 J
Boston & Maine Rd  " Destination   123
Return same route. Rj
Route R 156
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport..  25C^
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243 I
Maine Central Rd  " Bath.   124
Eastern Steamboat Co " Boothbay  293
Return same route. R7
Route R 157
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250"\
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg      243
Maine Central Rd " Rockland   124 I   or
Portland     Mt.     Desert   &   Machias j   R T 1934
Steamboat Co " Destination   293
Return same route. R J
Route R 158
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250*1
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination   123 J
Return same route. RJ
Summerside, P.E.I., and Return.
Route R 159 Rates as follows :
R T 1322
R T 1492
R T 1932
R T 1086
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rom    Quebec $23.75    From Buffalo '$12.75. .$39.15
Montreal  23.75        "      Detroit  46.25
Ottawa  28.75       "     Sault Ste. Marie  53.26
Prescott   28.75        "      Fort William  65.25
"        Brockville   29.35        "      Fredericton     9.75
Toronto  38.75        "      St. Andrews   11.40
Hamilton. ...*42.75..  39.15        "      St. Stephen   10.75
London  "46.60.. 43.00       "     Woodstock  10.90
St. Thomas.."46.75.. 43.25       "     Houlton  10.90
NiagaraFalls*42.75.. 39.16
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry   " Point du Chene     38
Charlottetown Sleam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) " Summerside     81
Return same route. R
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav.   Co.,  American  Line or Ottawa River Nav.  Co.  from  Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from  Sault Ste  Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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EASTERN   TOURS
Summerside, P.E.I.., and Return.
Route R 160 Rates same as for Route R 159
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry  " Levis  33
Intercolonial Ry " Point du Chene  35
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) " Summerside  81
Return same route. R
Summerside, P.E.I., and Return.
Route R 161 Rates as follows :
From    Montreal $22.85    From St. Thomas $43.35
Ottawa and Prescott. 27.85        "      NiagaraFalls  40.45
Brockville  28.45        "      Buffalo  40.45
Toronto  37.85        "      Detroit  45.35
Hamilton  39.65       "     Sault Ste. Marie  52.36
London     42.95        "      Fort William  64.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Quebec Steamship Co " Summerside     85
Return same route. R
Summerside, P.E.I., and Return.
Route R 162 Rates as follows :
From   Ouebec $26.75     From London $46.85
Siontreal   26.75        "      St. Thomas   47.26
Ottawa   31.75        "      NiagaraFalls   44.35
Prescott  31.75        "      Buffalo   44.35
Brockville  32.35       "     Detroit  49.25
"        Toronto  41.76        "      Sault Ste. Marie   56.25
Hamilton  43.55        "      Fort William   68.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Buebec Steamship Co " Summerside     85
harlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) " Point du Chene     81
Intercolonial Ry  "St. John, N.B     38
Canadian Pacific  Rv  " Starting Point   251
Sydney or North Sydney, C.B.,  and Return.
Route R 163 Rates as follows :
From    Quebec $27.50 From London $47.60
Montreal  27.50 "      St.Thomas  48.00
Ottawa  32.50 "     NiagaraFalls *$46.50.. 44.75
Prescott  32.50 "      Buffalo *$46.50.. 44.75
Brockville  33.10 "      Detroit  50.00
Toronto  42.50 "      Sault Ste. Marie  57.00
Hamilton   44.30 "      Fort  William  69.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry  " Sydney or North Sydney   187
Return same route. R
Sydney or North Sydney, C.B., and Return.
Route R 164 Rates same as for Route R 163
Canadian Pacific  Ry to Quebec   252
Ferry  " Levis     33
Intercolonial Ry " Sydney or North Sydney     35
Return same route. R
Sydney or North Sydney, C.B., and Return.
Route R 165 Rates as follows :
From    Quebec $30.75    From London $50.85
Montreal  30.75       "     St.Thomas  51.26
Ottawa  35.75        "      Niagara Falls ....*SI9.75..  48.00
Prescott  35.75       "     Buffalo    * 49.75.. 48.00
Brockville 36.35       "     Detroit  53.25
"       Toronto  45.75       "     Sault Ste. Marie  60.25
"        Hamilton  47.55        "      Fort William  72.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry   " Mulgrave   187
Bras d'Or Steamers  " Sydney or North Sydney        12
Return same route. R
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading via Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 3521 to Montreal; or
Ottawa River (G&) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
82 EASTERN   TOURS
Sydney or North Sydney, C.B., and Return.
Route R 166 Rates same as for Route R 165
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry  " Levis  33
Intercolonial Ry  " Mulgrave  35
Bras d'Or Steamers  " Sydney or North Sydney  12
Return same route. R
Sydney or North Sydney, C.B., and Return.
RW
Rates as follows:
From London   $56.10
"     St. Thomas  56.50
"     Niagara Falls  53.60
"      Buffalo  53.00
"     Detroit   58.50
"      Sault Ste. Marie  65.50
"      Fort William   77.50
251
Route R 167
From    Quebec $36.00
Montreal  36.00
Ottawa  41.00
Prescott   41.00
"       Brockville  41.60
"        Toronto  51.00
Hamilton  52.80
Canadian Pacific  Ry to St. John, N.B
Intercolonial   Ry  " Sydney or North Sydney   187
Intercolonial  Ry " Levis     35
Ferry    "Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific  Ry " Starting Point   252
Sydney or North Sydney, C.B., and Return.
Route R 168 Rates same as for Route R 167
(Except from Quebec)
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
|| Black Diamond S. S. Line   " Svdney or North Sydney       2
Intercolonial Ry "St. John, N.B '. 187
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point   251
II Meals and Berths included.
Sydney or North Sydney, C.B., and Return.
RW
Route R 169
From    Quebec $37.50
Montreal  37.50
"        Ottawa  42.50
Prescott  42.50
Brockville  43.10
"        Toronto 52.50
"        Hamilton 54.30
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
Intercolonial  Ry " Mulgrave
Rates as follows :
From London $57.60
"      St. Thomas   58.00
"      Niagara  Falls  55.10
"      Buffalo     55.10
"      Detroit   60.00
"      Sault Ste. Marie  67.00
"      Fort William   79.00
251
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Bras d'Or Steamers  " Sydney or North Sydney   ....    12
Bras d'Or Steamers " Mulgrave     12
Intercolonial   Ry  " Levis     35
Ferry " Quebec     33
Canadian  Pacific Ry  " Starting  Point   252
Tadousac, Que., and Return.
See Routes R 81, 85 and 86.
Weir's, N.H. (Lake Winnipesaukee), and Return.
Route R 170
From    Quebec $16.00
Montreal  12.00
Ottawa   17.00
Prescott  17.00
Brockville  17.60
Toronto  27.00
Hamilton   28.80
Rates as follows:
From London    $32.10
"      St.Thomas     32.50
"      Niagara Falls   29.60
"      Buffalo    29.60
"      Detroit    34.50
"      Sault Ste. Marie   41.50
"     Fort William  53.50
Canadian  Pacific Ry to Newport   250
3oston & Maine Rd  " Weir's   123
Return same route. R
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co, American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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Route R 171
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport   250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Fabyans   124
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination   123
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Route R 173
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Boston & Maine Rd    " Lunenburg	
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Boston & Maine Rd    " Destination	
Return same route    See 174.
Route R 174
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg   243
Maine Central Rd " Scotts   124
Boston & Maine Rd  " Destination   123
Return same route. R
Route R 175
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport   250
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination  123
Return same route. R
Route R 176
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd " Destination  124
Return same route. R
Route R 177
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd " Fabyans  124
Boston & Maine Rd  " Destination   123
Return same route. R
Route R 178
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd " Fabyans  124
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination  123
Return same route. R
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*Route R 179
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S. S. Prince Rupert " Digby  321
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Destination   168
Return same route. R
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Ouebec   252
Ferry "Levis     33
Intercolonial Ry  " St. John, N B     35
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
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Rates prefixed * are optional  Rail  or River St.  Lawrence,  Toronto (92) or
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Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 18 for routes by which tickets from Sault St.  Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
85 Eastern Tours
One Way Trips.
Adirondack Resorts.
Route S1
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Destination   313
Route S 2
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Loon Lake Station  313
Stage " Loon Lnke House  305
Route S 3
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Saranac Lake  313
Stage " Hotel Algonquin ...  307
Route S 4
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Saranac Lake  313
Saranac & Lake Placid Rd " Lake Placid  311
Route S 5
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Montreal  14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd...." Saranac Inn Station  313
Stage " Saranac Inn Hotel  3C8
Steamer " Destination  312
Route S 6
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Paul Smith's Station  313
Paul Smith's Stage Line " Paul Smith's Hotel  309
Route S 7
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " Childwold Station   313
Stage " Hotel Childwold 3l0
Route S 8
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Saranac Inn Station  313
Stage " Saranac Inn Hotel  308
Route S 9
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal "\ -p
New York Central & Hudson River Rd... " Long Lake Station }    x
Anderson _ Moyonham Stage Line " Destination J
Route S 10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal ""j
New York Central & Hudson River Rd... " Saranac Lake !  Form
Saranac & Lake Placid Rd " Lake Placid [       X
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Route Sll
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Route S 12
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Crosby Trans. Co " Destination /      X
RouteS 13
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Rates as follows:
From Hamilton   J $13.00.
London J   11.35..
St.Thomas t   14-15..
Niagara Falls... .J   14.40.
Buffalo !  14.40..
Detroit J 17.50..
4 22.85.. -28.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport.
Boston & Maine Rd	
Route S 14
From   Quebec $11.00
Montreal     9.00
Ottawa t$H.70.. 12.00
Prescott ....} 10.40.. 12.00
Brockville ..{ 10.40.. 12.40
Toronto....!   13.00. "19.00
From Sault Ste. Marie .
'$20.20
22.20
22.20
•20.25
•20.25
22.20
  250
1 Boston  325
I Rates prefixed t are for  tickets limited to continuous passage (and all rail
between Toronto and Montreal).
Boston, Mass.
Route S 15 Rates as follows i
From Hamilton $21.50
London   23.50
St. Thomas  23.50
Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 21.55
Detroit  23.50
Sault Ste. Marie   30.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg   243
Maine Central Rd " Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd  "Boston      10
From   Quebec $11.00
Montreal   10.30
Ottawa   13.80
Prescott   13.60
Brockville   14.00
Toronto    20.30
Boston, Mass.
Route S 16
From   Quebec t$ 9.50..$11.50
Montreal      8.50
Ottawa   12.00
Prescott   11.80
Brockville  12.20
"        Toronto   18.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport ..
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg
Maine Central Rd.
Steamer	
t Continuous passage only.
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $19.70
"     London  21.70
"      St. Thomas   21.70
"      Niagara Falls and Buffalo..  19.75
"     Detroit  21.70
"     Sault Ste. Marie  28.35
250
213
' Portland  244
1 Boston  105
Boston, Mass.
Route S 17
From   Quebec $18.00
Montreal   15.00
Ottawa   17.50
Prescott  18.35
Brockville  18.75
Toronto  25.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc.
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $26.20
"     London  28.20
"      St. Thomas  28.20
"      Niagara Falls and Buffalo..  26.25
"      Detroit    28.20
"      Sault Ste. Marie  31.85
253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd  " Oldtown   158
Maine Central Rd  " Portland   124
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     10
Boston, Mass.
Rates as follows :
From Hamilton $23.10
London   25.10
St. Thomas  25.10
Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 23.15
Detroit  25.10
Sault Ste. Marie  31.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Ma-ine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Fabyans   121
Boston & Maine Rd  " Profile House   123
Stage  " North Woodstock  212
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston  123
Route S 18
From   Quebec $14.90
Montreal   11.90
"        Ottawa   14.95
"        Prescott  14.65
"       Brockville  15.05
"       Toronto  21.90
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co.,   American   Line  or Ottawa River  Nav.   Co.   from   Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie are available.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St.  Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston  (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 11 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal. EASTERN  TOURS-Onk Way Trips
Halifax, N.S.
■fcRouTE S 19 Rates as follows :
From    QuebecandMontreal.$16.50    From London    *$28.10.$25.95
Ottawa  20.00        "      St.Thomas * 28.05.  26.15
Prescott   20.15        "      NiagaraFalls * 26.25.  2:1.65
Brockville  20.60       "     Buffalo * 26.25. 23.65
Toronto...*$25.00..  23.65        "      Detroit  28.20
Hamilton ..*$26.20... 23.65        "      Sault Ste. Marie ...» 31.85. 33.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax     36
Halifax, N.S.
Route S 20 Rates same as for Route S 19
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
S.S. Prince Rupert " Digby   321
Dominion Atlantic Ry  " Halifax     326
Halifax, N.S.
Route S 21 Rates as follows :
From    Quebec $19.50    From Hamilton $27.70
Montreal   16.50        "      London   29.70
Ottawa 20.00       "     St.Thomas      29.70
Prescott  20.15       "     Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 27.75
Brockvilie  20.60        "      Detroit    29.70
"        Toronto  26.50        "      Sault Ste. Marie   .36.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg     213
Maine Central Rd  " Pjrtland   244
International Steamship Co " St. John, N.B     40
S.S. Prince Rupert  " Digby  321
Dominion Atlantic  " Halifax  326
Halifax, N.S.
Route S 22 Rates 50 cents higher than  for Route S 21
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Portland  214
International  Steamship Co "St. John, N.B     40
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax     36
Halifax, N.S.
Route S 23 Rates as follows :
From    Quebec $21.50     From Hamilton $28.20
Montreal   18.50        "      London   28.20
Ottawa  21.00       "     St.Thomas  28.20
Prescott     22.15        "      Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 28.25
Brockville  22.60       "     Detroit  28.20
Toronto   27.00        "      Sault Ste. Marie   36.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Vanceboro   124
Canadian Pacific Ry "St. John, N.B   251
Intercolonial Ry  " Halifax     36
New York.
RouteS 24 Rates as follows :
From   Quebec $12.00      From Hamilton $21.85
Montreal   10.65        "      London  23.85
Ottawa   11.40        "      St.Thomas  23.85
Prescott ....{ 10.65..   12.20        "      Niagara Falls and Buffalo..  21.90
Brockville ..J 10.65..  12.60        "      Detroit   23.85
Toronto     20.65       "      Sault Ste. Marie.. J$20.75.. 30.50
Canadian Pacific Rv to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " New York  313
t Rates prefixed t are limited to continuous passage.
if This  route may be varied from   Montreal  or points west to read  between
Montreal and St. John, N.B., via
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Quebec   252
Ferry    " Levis     33
Intercolonial Ry " St. John, N.B     35
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (11 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 18 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie are available. EASTERN  TOURS—One Way Trips
New York.
Route S 25 Rates as follows:
From Quebec $12.00   From Hamilton $21.20
"     Montreal   10.00        "     London   23.20
"     Ottawa $$11.30.-11.40        "     St.Thomas   23.20
"     Prescott $ 10.00..  12.20        "     Niagara Falls and Buffalo.  21.25
"     Brockville $ 10.00.. 12.50       "     Detroit  23.20
"     Toronto   20.00        "     Sault Ste. Marie..$$20.75.. 29.85
Canadian Pacific Rv to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd  " White River Junc   123
Central Vermont  Rd " Windsor   134
Boston & Maine Rd " Brattleboro   139
Central Vermont Rd " W. Northfield and S. Vernon.. 140
Boston & Maine Rd " Springfield   141
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd.  ... " New York   142
Rates prefixed $ are for tickets limited to continuous passage.
New York.
Route S 26
n    Quebec $12.00
Montreal     9.65
Ottawa   10.30
Prescott   11.95
Brockville  12.35
Toronto   19.65
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $20.85
London     22.85
"      St. Thomas    22.85
"      Niagara Falls and Buffalo. 20.90
"      Detroit    22.85
"      Sault Ste. Marie   29.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal..
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Albany	
Day Line Steamers '' New York.
14
313
136
New York.
Route S 27
From   Quebec $12.00
"        Montreal     9.15
Ottawa     9.80
"        Prescott   11.45
Brockville   11.85
Toronto   19.15
Rates as follows :
From Hamilton $20.35
"      London   22.35
"      St. Thomas   22.35
"      Niagara Falls and Buffalo.  20.40
"      Detroit   22.35
"      Sault Ste. Marie  29.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to M ontreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Albany  313
People's Line Steamers " New York  328
New York.
Route S 28
F.
Quebec $15.00
Montreal  14.30
Ottawa  17.80
Prescott  17.60
Brockville   18.00
Toronto  24.30
Rates as follows :
From Hamilton $25.50
"      London   27.50
"      St.Thomas   27.50
"      Niagara Falls and Buffalo ..  25.55
Detroit  27.50
"      Sault Ste. Marie  31.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston cc Maine Rd         " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central  Rd " Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd  " Boston  10
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd ... . '• Fall River  137
Fall River  Line " New York  138
New York.
Route S 29
From   Quebec $15.00
Montreal   13.00
Ottawa  16.00
Prescott  16.00
Brockville  16.10
"        Toronto    23.00
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $24.20
"      London   26.20
"     St. Thomas  26.20
"      Niagara Falls and Buffalo..  24.25
"      Detroit  26.20
"     Sault Ste. Marie  32.85
Canadian Pacific Rv.. to Newport     250
Boston & Maine Rd     " Boston  325
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd " Fall  River   137
Fall River Line  " New York  138
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie are available.
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New York.
Route S 30 Rates as follows :
From   Quebec $$13.58. .$15.50    From Hamilton $23.70
Montreal   12.50        "      London   25.70
Ottawa   16.00        "      St. Thomas   25.70
"        Prescott  15.80        "      Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 23.75
Brockville  16.20       "     Detroit  25.70
"       Toronto  22.50       "     Sault Ste. Marie   32.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Portland  244
Steamer " Boston  105
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd .... " Fall River  137
Fall River Line " New York   138
New York.
Route S 31 Rates as follows:
From   Quebec $23.50    From Brockville $17.70
"        Montreal  20.50        "      London  14.15
Ottawa  18.60       "     St.Thomas  14.40
Prescott   18.05        "      Sault Ste. Marie 20.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto     14
Niagara Navigation Co " Lewiston     62
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " New York   167
New York.
Route S 32 Rates as follows:
From   Quebec §$23.50   From Brockville §$ $17.30.§$18.80
Montreal §20 50       "     Toronto §11.85
Ottawa...§$ $18.75.§ 19.70       "     London §15.25
Prescott. .§{    17.55.§ 19.15        "     St.Thomas §15.50
From Sault Ste. Marie § $21.70
Canadian Pacific  Ry to Hamilton     14
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo Ry " Welland   317
Michigan Central Rd  " Buffalo   24g
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " New York  167
New York.
Route S 33 Rates $5.00 more than to Portland by Route S 34.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Portland  244
Maine S.S. Co " New York  359
Portland, Me.
Route S 34 Rates as follows :
From   Quebec $10.50..$$ 8.50    From Hamilton $18.70. .$$15.00
"        Montreal     7.50        "      London  20.70. .$ 16.85
Ottawa  11.00        "      St.Thomas  20.70 ..$ 16.65
Prescott.. .. 10.80..$ 10.00        "      NiagaraFalls »18.75. .$ 15.00
"        Brockville.    11.20. .$ 10.30        "      Buffalo "18.75. .$ 15.00
Toronto ..» 17.50..$ 15.00        "      Detroit  20.70. .$ 17.00
From Sault Ste. Marie .. *$27.35 $ $23.40
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Portland  244
Portland, Me.
Route S 35 Rates as follows :
From    Quebec $15.00   From Hamilton $23.20
"        Montreal  12.00        "      St. Thomas and London  ... 25.20
Ottawa   14.50       "     NiagaraFalls  23.25
Prescott   15.70        "      Buffalo   23.25
Brockville  16.10       "     Detroit  25.20
Toronto      22.00        "      Sault Ste. Marie  31.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc  253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd " Oldtown  158
Maine Central Rd " Portland   124
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav,   Co.,   American   Line   or  Ottawa   River   Nav.   Co. from  Ottawa to
Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St.  Lawrence, Toronto (9^) or
Kingston   (41 & 87 or 207 & 87 or 41 & 352 or 207 & 352) to Montreal; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie are available.
$ Rates prefixed $ are lim'ted to continuous passage (and All Rail Toronto to
Montreal).
§ Rates prefixed  thus § are for tickets good on  Empire State Express.    For
tickets not good on Empire State Express,   charge $1.50 less,  writing or
stamping across face of N.Y. C.   coupon,   "Not good on Empire State
Express."
91 EASTERN  TOURS—One Way Trips
St. Andrews, N.B.
Route S 36 Rates as follows :
From   Quebec $14.15   From Hamilton $$20.55. ..$21.70
Montreal  14.15       "     London $ 22.85... 23.70
Ottawa   17.65        "      St.Thomas $ 22.65... 23.70
Prescott   17.80        "      NiagaraFalls ....$ 20.55... 21.75
Brockville  18.25       "     Buffalo $ 20.55... 21.75
Toronto     20.50       "     Detroit      23.70
From Sault Ste. Marie $$30.15. .$30.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Andrews     14
St. John, N.B.
Route S 37 Rates as follows:
From   Quebec $14.15    From Hamilton $ $20.55.. .*$24.20
Montreal  14.15       "     London $   22.85.... 28.20
Ottawa  17.65       "     St. Thomas.... $   22.65.... 26.20
Prescott  17.80        "      Niagara  Falls.. $    20.55. ..* 24.25
Brockville   18.25        •'      Buffalo    $    20.65. ..* 24.25
Toronto...$$20.55..* 23.00      "     Detroit $   21.00.... 26.20
From Sault Ste. Marie $$30.15.. .$32.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
St. John, N.B.
Route S 38 Rates as follows :
From    Quebec $15.65    From Hamilton $23.20
"       Montreal  15.65       "     St. Thomas and London ... 25.20
"       Ottawa  19.15       "     Niagara Falls  23.26
Prescott  19.30        "      Buffalo  23.25
Brockville   19.75        "      Detroit   25.20
"       Toronto  22.00       "     Sault Ste. Marie 31.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Andrews     14
Frontier Steamboat Co " Eastport   163
International Steamship Co "St. John, N.B  125
St. John, N.B.
Route S 39 Rates as follows :
From Quebec $$13.00. .$15.00    From Hamilton $$20.55. .$23.20
"      Montreal      12.00        "      London. 1 21.35... 25.20
"     Ottawa  15.50       "     St.Thomas $ 21.15.. 25.20
"      Prescott    15.30        "      Niagara Falls....! 20.55.. 23.25
"     Brockville  15.70       "     Buffalo  $ 20.55.. 23.25
"     Toronto    ....$1520.55.. 22.00       "     Detroit $ 21.50.. 25.20
From Sault Ste. Marie $31.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg....   213
Maine Central Rd  " Portland  211
International Steamship Co  "St. John, N.B     10
St. John, N.B.
Route S  10 Rates as follows :
From Quebec $16.00    From Hamilton $25.20
"      Montreal   11.00        "      St. Thomas and London... 27.20
"      Ottawa   17.00        "      NiagaraFalls   25.25
"      Prescott     17.00        "      Buffalo   25.25
"      Brockville   17.10        "      Detroit   27.20
"      Toronto 21.00        "      Sault Ste. Marie   33.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     325
International Steamship Co "St. John, N.B     39
St. John, N.B.
Route Sll Rates as follows :
From   Quebec $19.00    From Hamiiton..$$20.55.1$24.25.$25.70
Montreal  16.00       "     London $22.85.26.20
Ottawa  19.50       "     St.Thomas $22.65.26.20
Prescott  19.65       "     Niag. Fls..$$20.55.. 124.25. 25.75
Brockville   20.10       "      Buffalo.. ..$ 20.55 . .124.25. 26.75
Toronto$20.55 124.25.21.50      "     Detroit $ 24.00. 26.20
From Sault Ste. Marie... .$$30.40. .1$34.00. .$34.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Vanceboro'  124
Canadian Pacific Ry " St. John, N.B  251
See page 47 tor additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav.   Co.,   American   Line   or  Ottawa  River   Nav.   Co.  from   Ottawa  to
Montreal.
* Rates  prefixed * are optional  Rail or River  St.   Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87  or 207 & 87 or 11 & 352 or 207 & 352) to  Montreal; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie are available.
$ Rates prefixed  $ are for tickets limited to continuous passage (and All Rail
Toronto to Montreal).
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CO EASTERN   TOURS—One Way Trips
Routes to White Mountains and Seaside Resorts.
(For rates see page 93).
Route S 42
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport   250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg:  243
Maine Central Rd " Destination   124
Route S 43
Canadian Pacific Ry    to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg
Maine Central Rd. " Scotts   	
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination
250
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Route S 44
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport   250
Boston & Maine Rd  " Lunenburg-    243
Maine Central Rd " Fabyans  124
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination     123
Route S 45
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Scotts 124
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination   123
Route S 46
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg-     243
Maine Central Rd " Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd  " Destination   123
See page 47 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co., American Line or Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 48 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
94 SIDE TRIPS
To be used in Connection
with
n
Eastern
Tours
ENUMERATED HEREIN.
Bethlehem Junction to Bethlehem and Return.
Route S T 1 Rate $1.00
Boston & Maine Rd to Bethlehem	
Return same route.
Bethlehem Junction to Profile House and Return.
Route S T 2 Rate $1.60
Boston & Maine Rd to Profile House	
Return same route.
Boston to Cottage City, Mass., and Return.
Route S T 3 Rate $3.00
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd.... to New Bedford  191
New Bedford Martha's Vineyard &Nantucket
Steamboat Co " Cottage City  196
Return same route. R
Boston to Narragansett Pier, R.I., and Return.
Route S TI Rate $3.25
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd... .to Kingston  191
Narragansett Pier Rd " Narragansett Pier  195
Return same route. R
Boston to Newport, R.I., and Return.
Route S T 5 Rate $2.80
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd to Newport.  191
Return same route. R
Brockville or Prescott to Montreal, via Ottawa.
Route S T 6 Rate $4.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa      11
Ottawa River Navigation Co " Montreal     66
Brockville or Prescott to Montreal, via Ottawa.    RW
Route S T 7 Rate $4.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa     11
Canadian Pacific Ry " Montreal     11
Brockville to Ottawa and Return to Prescott.   RW
RouteS T 8 Rate $3.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa      11
Canadian Pacific Ry " Prescott     11
Brockville to Westport, Ont. (Rideau Lakes), and Return.
Route ST9 Rate $3.00
Brockville Westport & Sault Ste. Marie Ry. to Westport      183
Return same route. R
Digby to Yarmouth, N.S., and Return.
Route S T 10 Rate $3.00
Dominion Atlantic Ry  to Yarmouth  168
Return same route. R
Fabyans to Summit Mt. Washington and Return.
Route S T 11 Rate $4.00
Boston & Maine Rd to Base of Mt. Washington  6
Mount Washington Ry " Summit  56
Return same route. R
95 EASTERN  TOURS—Side Trips
Fredericton Junction to Fredericton and Return.
Route S T 12 Rate $1.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fredericton     14
Return same route. R
Greenville Junction to Mt. Kineo House and Return.
Route S T 13 Rate $1.50
Steamer to Mt. Kineo House  165
Return same route. R
Lennoxville or Sherbrooke to Greenville Junction and
Return (Moosehead Lake).
Route S T 14 Rate $7.40
Canadian Pacific Ry   to Greenville Junc  253
Return same route. R
Lennoxville or Sherbrooke to Lake Megantic and Return.
Route S T 15 Rate $3.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Lake Megantic     14
Return same route. R
Louiseville, Que., to St. Leon Springs and Return,
Route S T 16 Rate $l.O0
Stage to St. Leon Springs     97
Return same route. R
McAdam Junction to Houlton, Me., or Woodstock, N.B.,
and Return.
Route S T 17                                                                                  Rate $2.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Houlton,    Me.,   or    Woodstock, N.B     14
Return same route. R
McAdam Junction to St. Andrews or St. Stephen and
Return.
Route S T 18 Rate $2.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Andrews, or St. Stephen..    14
Return same route. R
Magog to Newport, Vt., and Return.
Route S T 19 Rate $1.50
Steamer to Newport  164
Return same route. R
Montreal, Que., to Ausable Chasm, N.Y., and Return.
Route S T 20 Rate $5.65
Grand Trunk Ry. System, Montreal to Rouses Point )
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Plattsburg (RT
Keeseville Ausable Chasm & Lake Champ. Rd " Ausable Chasm [ Skel.
Return same route. /
Montreal to Caledonia Springs and Return.
Route S T 21 Rate $3.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Caledonia Springs     14
Return same route. R
Montreal to Grandes Piles and Return.
(For St. Maurice River District).
Route S T 22 Rate $4.75
Canadian Pacific Ry     to Grandes Piles     14
Return same route. R
Montreal to Laurentian Mountains and Return.
Route S T 23 Rales as follows :
Conception.. $5.00    St. Adele. .$2.50   St. Faustin. .$4.10   St. Margaret. .$2.75
Labelle  5.35   St. Agathe. 3.35   St. Jovite.... 4.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Destination     14
Return same route. R
Montreal to Mastigouche House and Return.
{for trout fishing and caribou hunting)
Route S T 24 Rate $7.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Gabriel     14
Stage  " Mastigouche House   116
Return same route. R
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 25 Rate $5.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa     14
Return same route. R
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 26 Rate $5.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa     14
Ottawa River Navigation Co " Montreal      66
96 EASTERN  TOURS-Side Trips
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 27 Rate $7.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa         14
Canadian Pacific Ry " Prescott     14
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Montreal         89
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 28 Rate $5.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa     14
Canada Atlantic Rv    " Coteau     19
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Montreal         88
Montreal to Prescott (via Ottawa). R W
Route S T 29 Rate $4.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa      14
Canadian Pacific Rv  " Prescott     14
♦ Montreal to Quebec and Return.
Route S T 30 Rate $5.00
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co to Quebec     88
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Montreal   252
*Montreal to Quebec and Return.
Route S T 31 Rate $5.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec   252
Return same route. R
Montreal to St. Gabriel de Brandon, Que., and Return.
(For Lake Maskinonge and the Mastigouche Lake District).
Route S T 32 Rate $3.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Gabriel de Brandon       14
Return same route. R
Montreal to St. Leon Springs and Return.
Route S T 33 Rate $3.50
Canadian Pacific Ry ■ to Louiseville     14
Stage " St. Leon Springs     97
Return same route. R
Newport, Vt., to Magog and Return.
Route S T 34 Rate $1.50
Steamer to Magog  103
Return same route. R
Portland, Me., to Old Orchard Beach and Return.
Route S T 37 Rate 50 cents
Boston & Maine Rd to Old Orchard Beach     11
Return same route. R
Portland to Biddeford or Saco, Me., and Return.
Route S T 38 Rate 75 cents
Boston & Maine Rd to Biddeford  123
Return same route. R
Portland to Kennebunkport, Me., and Return.
Route ST 39 Rate $1.65
Boston & Maine Rd to Kennebunkport   123
Return same route. R
Portland to Scarboro Beach, Me., and Return.
Route S T 40 Rate 35 cents
Boston & Maine Rd to Scarboro Beach  123
Return same route. R
Portland to York Beach, Me., and Return.
Route S T 41 Rate $2.75
Boston & Maine Rd. (continuous passage)...to York Beach   123
Return same route. R
Portsmouth, N.H., to Isles of Shoals and Return.
Route S T 42 Rate $1.00
Steamer to Isles of Shoals   198
Return same route. R
Portsmouth, N.H., to North Hampton, N.H., and Return.
Route S T 13 Rate 45 cents
Boston & Maine Rd to North Hampton  123
Return same route. R
* To be sold only to holders of tickets issued in territory west of and including Prescott and Ottawa, and east of and including Riviere du Loup and Sherbrooke, or at United States points
97 EASTERN  TOURS-Side Trips
Portsmouth, N.H., to Rye Beach, N.H., and Return.
Route S T   44 Rate $1.45
Boston & Maine Rd to North Hampton     123
Stage " Rye Beach  192
Return same route. R
Quebec to Cap Tourmente and Return.
Route S T 45 Rate $1.80
Quebec Montmorency & Charlevoix Ry to Cap Tourmente     348
Return same route. R
Quebec to Ha Ha Bay or Chicoutimi, and Return.   RW
Route S T 46 Rate $9.40
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co to Ha Ha Bay or Chicoutimi... 90
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Riviere du Loup  91
Intercolonial Ry " Levis  35
Ferry " Quebec  33
Quebec to Ha Ha Bay or Chicoutimi, and Return.
Route S T 47 Rate $8.00
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co to Ha Ha Bay, etc     90
Return same route. R
Quebec to Chicoutimi and Return.
Route S T 48 Rate $9.00
euebec & Lake St. John Ry to Roberval  282
uebec & Lake St. John Ry " Chicoutimi  282
Return same route. R
Quebec to Chicoutimi and Return.
Daylight Trip.
Route S T 49 Rate $10.00
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Roberval  282
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry " Chicoutimi   282
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Quebec     90
Quebec to Lake Edward and Return.
Route S T 50 Rate $4.50
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Lake Edward  273
Return same route. R
Quebec to Lake Joseph and Return.
Route S T 51 Rate $1.00
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Lake Joseph  271
Return same route. R
Quebec to Lake St. John (Roberval) and Return.
Route ST 52 Rate $7.50
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Lake St. John (Roberval)  117
Return same route. R
Quebec to Montmorency Falls and Return.
Route S T 53 Rate 40 Cents
Quebec   Montmorency & Charlevoix Ry.. .to Montmorency Falls   275
Return same route. R
Quebec to Ste. Anne de Beaupre and Return.
Route S T 54 Rate $1.20
Quebec Montmorency & Charlevoix Ry.. .to Ste. Anne de Beaupre	
Return same route.
205
R
Quebec to St. Raymond and Return.
Route S T 55
Quebec & Lake St. John Rv^ to St. Raymond .
Return same route.
Rate $1.50
276
R
Quebec to Tadousac and Return.
Rate $5.00
Route S T 56
Richelieu & Ontario Nav. Co to Tadousac.
Return same route.
St. Andrews, N.B., to St. Stephen, N.B., and Return.
Route S T 57 Rate $0.75
Frontier Steamboat Co to St. Stephen	
Return same route.
St. Andrews, N.B., to Eastport, Me., and Return.
Route S T 58 Rate $0.75
Frontier Steamboat Co to Eastport	
Return same route.
St. Andrews, N.B., to Campobello, N.B., and Return.
Route S T 59 Rate $1.25
Frontier Steamboat Co to Eastport  163
Campobello Steamboat Co  " Campobello  172
Return same route. R
90
R
173
R
163
R EASTERN  TOURS—Side Trips
St. John, N.B., to Annapolis and Return.
Route S T 60 Rate $3.50
S.S. Prince Rupert to Digby	
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Annapolis	
Return same route.
321
330
R
St. John, N.B., to Digby and Return.
Route S T 61 Rate $2.50
S.S. Prince Rupert to Digby  321
Return same route. R
St. John, N.B., to Fredericton and Return. R W
ROUTE S T 62 Rate good until October 31st $2.50
* "       for two days only $2.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fredericton ....    14 \      r> t oiaa
Star Line Steamers "St. John, N. B.. 171 /or K *  ilSB
St. John, N.B., to Yarmouth and Return.
Route S T 63 Rate $5.60
S.S. Prince Rupert  to Digby	
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Yarmouth	
Return same route.
Sydney, C.B., to Louisburg and Return.
Route S T 64 Rate $1.80
Sydney & Louisburg Ry to Louisburg ,	
Return same route.
321
168
R
327
R
Three Rivers, Que., to Shawanegan Falls and Return
Enquire of agent Three Rivers for particulars.
Weirs, N.H., Round Lake Winnipesaukee.
RouteST65 Rate$l.O0
Steamer Alton Bay, Wolfboro' or Long Island and return ..118
Weirs, N.U., to Centre Harbor and Return.
Route S T 66 Rate $0.75
Steamer to Centre Harbor  293
Return same route R
* Tickets at this rate on sale only at St. John, N.B.
CHAMPLAIN MONUMENT, DUFFERIN TERRACE, QUEBEC Railway and Steamship
Time Table
AND CONNECTIONS
Eastern Tours
(Subject to Change)
FROM  MONTREAL:
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Windsor Street Station
For Halifax, St. John, N.B., St. Andrews, etc ^    See
For White Mountains, Portland,  Old Orchard Beach and I   Time
other Seaside Resorts  f Table
For Boston J   Folder
From Place Viger Station
For Quebec See Time Table Folder
Black Diamond Line
For Charlottetown, P.E.I., Sydney and  North Sydney,  C. B., and
St. Johns. Newfoundland ... dep. every week or 9 days as advertised.    Passengers should board Steamer night prior to sailing.
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.
For Quebec and the Lower St. Lawrence...  depart 7.00 p.m. week days;
3700 p.m. Sundays.
FROM  QUEBEC:
Intercolonial Railway (from Levis)
For Cacouna and Maritime Provinces See Time Table Folder.
Quebec Central Railway (from Levis) See Time Table Folder.
Quebec & Lake St. John Railway
For Lake St. John and Chicoutimi   dep. 8.40 a.m. week days
Quebec Steamship Company
For Gaspe, Mai Bay, Perce,  Summerside,  Charlottetown,   Souris and
Pictou dep. noon Tuesdays, 6th and 20th June, 4th and   18th
July, 1st, 5th and 29th August, 12th and 20th  Sept., 10th and 24th
October, as advertised thereafter.
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company
For Montreal dep. 6.30p.m. week days ; 3 p.m. Sundays.
For Saguenay River, etc.. . .dep. 8.' 0 a.m. Tuesdays and Saturdays,
until June 14th ; from June 14th to July 8th, Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
Fridays and Saturday! ; from July 8th to August 20th dailv including
Sunday ; from Aug. 20th to September 16th, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday ; from September 16th. Tuesday and Saturday.
(See R. & O. N. folder for date of withdrawal of daily service )
FROM   BOSTON:
Portland Steamship Company
For Portland from India Wharf... dep. 7.00 p.m. weekdays; daily,
18th June to 10th September,  inclusive.
International Steamship Company (from Commercial Wharf).
For Portland, Eastport, Lubcc and St. John dep. 8.15 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
For St. John direct dep. 8.15 a.m. Tuesday, and 5.00 p.m. Thursday
from July 3rd to October 1st.
Yarmouth Steamship Company
For Yarmouth from  Lewis' Wharf dep. 12 noon Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, commencing June 27th.
Canada Atlantic & Plant Steamship Line
For Halifax   See Time Table Folder
N.Y.N.H. &H. Rd„ Fall River Line from Park Square Station
For New York dep. *6.00 p.m.
N.Y.N.H. & H. Rd., Shore Line from Park Square Station
For New York dep. HO.OO a.m. (Limited) tlO 03 a.m., fl.03 p.m.,
*3.00 p.m., r5.00 p.m., *1200 midnight, and 12.03 a.m.
N.Y.N.H. & H   Rd., Air Line from Park Square Station
For New York dep. tl.00 p.m.
N.Y.N.H. & H. Rd., Providence Line from Park Square
For New York     , See Time Table Folder
N.Y.N.H. & H. Rd., Stonington Line from Park Square
For New York dep. 16.40 p.m,
N.Y.N.H. & H. Rd., Norwich Line
From Terminal dep. t7.02 p.m.
From Park Squa e dep. +7.00 p.m.
Dominion Atlantic Ry. Co.'s Steamer " Prince Edward "
For Yarmouth See Time Table Folder.
t Week days only.    * Week days and f undays.
_ EASTERN TOURS—Railway and S.S. Connections.
.dep. 9.30 a.m. week days.
FROM PORTLAND :
International Steamship Company
For Eastport and St. John, N.B dep. 5.30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, July 3rd to October 1st.
Portland Steamship Company
For Boston, from Franklin Wharf. dep. 7.00p.m., weekdays; daily
18th June to 10th September, inclusive.
Maine Central Road
For  Montreal,  via White Mountains and Can.  Pac.  Ry. (about June
26th to about Sept. 4th inclusive) dep. 8.45 a.m. week days and
8.30 p.m. daily, after about Sept. 4th, 8.45 a.m , and 5.55 p.m. week
days.
Portland, Mt. Desert & Machias Steamboat Company
For Bar Harbor and Machiasport.... dep. 11.00 p.m. Tues. and Fri,
FROM GREENVILLE :
Steamer for Mt. Kineo House daily
FROM EASTPORT:
International Steamship Company
For Portland, Boston and St. John, N.B See Time Table Folder.
FROM ST. ANDREWS,  N.B. :
Frontier S. B. Company.
For Eastport, Me., Campobello, N.B., etc,
FROM ST. JOHN, N.B. :
Canadian Pacific Ry.
For Montreal and the West See Time Table Folder,
Dominion Atlantic Ry. Steamship
For Digby See Time Table Folder.
International Steamship Company
For Eastport, Lubec, Portland and Boston   .... dep. 8.15 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday,
For Boston direct dep. 5.30 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday,
July 3rd to October 1st.
Star Line Steamers
For Fredericton   dep. 8.00 a.m. daily except Sunday.
FROM POINT DU CHENE :
Charlottetown Nav. Co. (Ltd.)
For Summerside  .      dep. on arrival of I.C.R. train week days.
Connection made with I. C. R. train to St. John and Halifax.
FROM PICTOU :
Charlottetown Nav. Co. (Ltd.)
For Charlottetown dep. on arrival of I. C. R. train week days.
Connection made with I, C. R. train to Halifax.
FROM HALIFAX :
Canadian Pacific Express via Intercolonial Railway. .See Time Table Folder.
Canada Atlantic & Plant Steamship Line
For Boston See Time Table Folder.
FROM MULGRAVE:
Bras d'Or Steam Nav.  Co. (Ltd.) steamer leaves Thursday and Saturday
a.m. for Sydney and No. Sydney, returning Wednesday and Friday a.m,
FROM YARMOUTH :
Dominion Atlantic Ry. Co.'s Steamer " Prince Edward "
For Boston dep. Mondays and Thursdays, 4.00 p.m.
Yarmouth S.S. Co.
For Boston dep.  Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, commencing June 25th.
FROM FREDERICTON :
.dep. 8.00 a.m. daily except Sunday.
Star Line Steamers
For St. John, N.B	
FROM NORTH SYDNEY :
SS. " Bruce " leaves Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings, connecting
at Port au Basque with Newfoundland Ry. for St. John's.
For time of River St. Lawrence Steamers, etc., and route and time of departure from Niagara Falls and Detroit, see Railway and Steamship Connections
herein for Central Tours.
For additional details and any change which may be made
during season, see current Time Table Folders.
101 EASTERN TOURS
CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
The
Sleeping and Parlor Cars
Unless otherwise noted, are owned and operated by the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company.    They surpass any in the world.
Through Sleeping Car Service
(Subject to Change).
Montreal and Quebec.
^Montreal and Boston via Montreal & Boston Air Line.
j Montreal & Portland & Old Orchard Beach via White Mountains & Portland,
Montreal and Halifax, N.S., via C.P.R, Short Line and St. John, N.B.
fMontreal and New York via N.Y.C.
Montreal and St. Andrews, N.B.
Montrea   and Toronto.
Montreal and Vancouver via Fort William, Winnipeg; and Moose Jaw.
^Boston and St, Paul via Montreal and Sault Ste. Marie.
Boston and St. John, N.B.
Ottawa and Toronto via Smiths Falls.
St. John, N.B. and Boston.
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Medicine Hat,
^Montreal and Chicago via Toronto, Detroit and Wabash Railroad.
iToronto and Chicago via Detroit.
Toronto and Detroit.
tToronto and New York,
Toronto and North Bay.
Toronto and Winnipeg.
tSt. Paul and Winnipeg via Great Northern Railway and Gretna.
Fort William and Winnipeg.
Medicine Hat and MacLeod.
Parlor  Car  Service
Boston and St. John, N.B.
Montreal and Quebec.
Montreal and Ottawa.
Montreal and Boston.
Montreal and Portland and Old Orchard Beach via White Mountains.
Montreal and Toronto,
•(•Montreal and New York via N.Y.C.
Toronto and Owen Sound on S.S. Express.
Toronto and Hamilton and Buffalo.
Vancouver and Seattle via New Whatcom.
(service in BOTH directions)
t Cars owned by Sleeping Car Companies, not C.P.R.
J Some ot the cars in these lines are owned by other companies.
For  time of trains  on which these cars are run see  current Time  Table
Folder of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Rates for one Lower or one Upper Berth in Sleeping
Car  between
Bangor and St. John, N.B S2 00
Bangorand Boston   2 00
Boston and Montreal  2 00
Boston and Sault Ste. Marie  5 00
Boston and St. Paul, Minn  7 00
Boston and Chicago ....        5 50
Boston and Duluth  7 00
Boston and Vancouver, Seattle,
Tacoma and Portland     19 00
Chicago and St. Paul, Minn  2 UO
Fori William  and   Banff   9 00
Fort William and Vancouver 15 00
Montreal and Boston 2 00
Montreal and  Portland  2 00
Montreal and Old Orchard  2 00
Montreal and St. Andrews N.B. 2 50
Montreal and St. John, N.B 2 60
Montreal and Painsec Junc  2 50
Montreal and Halifax, N.S   4 00
Montreal and Toronto   2 00
Montreal and   Det'Oit   3 50
Montreal and Chicago  5 00
Montreal and Sault Ste. Marie.. 4 00
Montreal and St. Paul, Minn. .. 6 00
Montreal and Duluth ...-.  6 00
Montreal and Port Arthur  6 00
Montreal and Fort William  6 00
Montreal and Rat Portage 7 50
Montreal and Winnipeg   8 00
Montreal and Banff HotSprings$14 00
Montreal and Vancouver, Seattle,
Tacoma and Portland 18 00
New York and Montreal 2 00
New York and Vancouver,Seattle,
Tacoma and  Portland 19 00
Ottawa and  Toronto  2 00
Ottawa and Vancouver, Seattle,
Tacoma and Portland 17 50
Port Arthur and   Banff   9 CO
Port Arthur and Vancouver 15 00
Quebec and  Montreal  150
Toronto and Portland, Me--.    . 3 00
Toronto and Old Orchard  8 00
Toronto and Chicago  3 00
Toronto and Detroit  2 00
Toronto and Port Arthur   6 00
Toronto and Fort William 6 00
Toronto and Rat Portage  7 50
Toronto and St. Andrews, N.B.. 4 50
Toronto and St. John,  N.B....      4 50
Toronto and Halifax, N.S       6 00
Toronto and Winnipeg 8 03
Toronto and Vancouver, Seattle,
Tacoma and Portland 17 CO
St. Paul and Winnipeg 3 03
St. Paul and Vancouver 12 00
Winnipeg and Va"^ouver 12 00
102 EASTERN TOURS
FOR ONE SEAT IN PARLOR CAR
BETWEEN
Toronto and Detroit $1 00
Montreal and Boston     1 50
Montreal and Portland. Me ,
or Old Orchard Beach..    1 50
Quebec and Montreal *   76
Montreal and Ottawa..,        50
Montreal and Toronto    1 00
Toronto and Owen Sound ..      60
Toronto and London       60
Between other Stations In Proportion.
Accommodation in First Class Sleeping Cars and in Parlor Cars will be sold
only to holders of First Class transportation.
Sleeping Car Sections, in Canadian Pacific Cars, double the berth rate ;
Drawing Rootnsy between three and four times the berth rate.
Two persons in same partyt when travelling together and boarding car at
same station, will be allowed to occupy a berth on one berth ticket, four a section
on one section ticket, and six a drawing room on one drawing room ticket; if
each presents first class railway transportation.
Agents of the Canadian Pacific Railway at the starting points of Sleeping or
Parlor Cars will hold diagrams of Canadian Pacific Railway Cars for location of
passengers ; other ticket agents will secure accomodation on application to
them.
Toronto C. E. McPherson, Asst. Gen, Pass. Agent, 1 King St, E.
« Montreal W. F. Egg, 129 St. James Street.
n Ottawa J. E. Parker, 12 Sparks Street.
n Quebec Geo. Duncan, opposite Post Office.
Boston Willard Benson, 197 Washington Street.
»St. John, N. B W. H. C. McKay, Chubbs Corner.
Halifax, N.S J. D. CHIPMAN, 107 Hollis Street.
' °'d °Beachd Me      }Ticket A&ent» Boston & Maine Station.
Portland, Me Ticket Agent, Maine Central Station.
Detroit,  Mich   A. E. Edmonds, City Ticket Agent, 11 Fort St. West.
Chicago, III Ticket Agent of the Wabash Railroad.
St. Paul, Minn ) Ticket Agent of the Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste.
Minneapolis,Minn, f Marie Ry.
Winnipeg W. M. McLeod, cor. Mail Street and McDermott Ave.
Vancouver James Sclater, Station Ticket Agent.
« Telegrams for accommodation required same night should be addressed to
Station Agents, if sent after 6-00 p.m. All city offices are closed on Sundays and
legal holidays, and close at 6.00 p.m. week days.
Diagrams of Sleeping Cars on following through trains, will be held at
stations noted several hours before arrival of Sleeping Cars, and accommodation
may be secured by telegram or letter.
PACIFIC EXPRESS (Westbound).— At North Bay, Fort William, Winnipeg, Banff, Glacier, Revelstoke.
ATLANTIC EXPRESS (Eastbound).— At Glacier, Banff, Winnipeg, Fort
William, North Bay.
ST. PAUL EXPRESS.—At Montreal, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
BOSTON EXPRESS.-At Montreal, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
Letters or telegrams from passengers direct to above agents will receive
prompt attention. When ordering be particular to state number of berths or
sections, etc., required, the train, from and to what points, date of starting,
and route.
Holders of Sleeping Car Tickets, reading in either direction, between Vancouver, Mission June, and any point east or south of Winnipeg, will be
furnished on application to Porter of Sleeping Car with check on which they
may stop-over at Winnipeg, Banff, Hot Springs, Laggan, Field, Glacier,
Revelstoke or North Bend as desired.
Dining Cars are run on the through Transcontinental and Boston and
St. Paul trains, also on Chicago and Montreal trains.    Meals 75 cents each.
Buffet Cars will be run on Montreal and Halifax express trains, etc. For
details see current Time Table Folder.
103 T JST OF HOTELS
1
At points reached by the Canadian Pacific Ry,
and connections.
The rates are not guaranteed, and  are  comj
iled  from   the latest information
furnished.
Aci'oiii
m'd't'n
Rate
Kate
Distance
NAME OF HOTEL
PROPRIETOR
forhow
per
per
from Ry.
many
day
week
station
persm
Amherst, N.S.
|1.50
W. G. Calhoun...
75
to 2.00
$6.00 up
6.00 up
\ mile,
l    "
75
1.60 to 2.00
Annapolis, N.S.
Clitton House	
Mrs. Hawksworth
50
2.00
300 yards
\ mile
350 yards
Commercial House.
Hillsdale House....
The Queen	
H. Salter	
20
20
60
1.25
2.00
2.00
Riordan Bros .. ..
Attean Lake (See Jac
kman), Me.
Armstrong House..
H. E. Armstrong.
30
2.00
10.00
50 yards
Baie St. Paul, Que.
J. Danois	
P. Larouche ..
25
1.00
6.00
tl mile
+    "
10
1.00
6.00
Bangor, Me.
H.O Cuapm'n&Son
300
2.50to 3.0018.00 to21.00
Bangor Exchange .
A. W. Thayer	
150
2.00
Special
PenobscotExchange
Moon & Cratty...
200
2.00to 2.50
Special
100
1.25
6.00
F. W. Durgin	
150
2.00
10.00
Ba: Harbor (Mount D
esert). Me.
Belmont J. C. Manchester.
100
2.50
Special
Birch Tree Inn J, A. Rodick	
75
14.00 to 18.00
40
2^66
Hotel Brewer   il. M. Stewart....
50
2.00
Louisburg	
M. L. Balch
200
3.00to5.00
Special
Lynam's	
100
2.50
11.00 to 18.00
Maine Central Hotel
7.00 to 15.00
Malvern & Cottages
E. C. Bentzon....
200
5"66
Special
MarlboroughHouse
II. P. Higgins ...
150
2.50
Newport House....
W. M. Roberts ..
150
3.00
14.00 to 20.00
Porcupine	
Chas. R. Bacon ..
150
1.00 to 3.00
European
Parker Cottages ....
C. E. Parker
125
2.50
14.00 to 18.00
Rockaway House..
T. L. Roberts....
50
2.50
14.00 to 16.00
St.  Sauveur and  )
Cottages |
Alley Bros	
200
3.00 to 4.00
Special
The Vendome	
C. C. Linscott....
50
7.00 to 10.50
West End	
Tohn W.Wheaton
100
3.00andup
17.00 to 25.00
Cottages may be rented for the season of tl
ree months at rates varying from
$150to?3,000.
Bathurst, N-B.
Foley House	
P. P. Foley
11
1.00
4.00
1 mile
16
1.00
5.00
"
Robertson House ..
Geo. Robertson ..
35
1.50
5.00
"
Wilbur House	
P. N. Wilbur
25
1.50
5.00
"
Berlin, N.H.
Revere House	
T.F.McNally&Co.
40
1.50
5.00 to 6.00
Bethlehem, N.H.
Arlington House. ..
F. C. Abbe	
75
2.50
12.00 to 18.00
Bellevue House  ..
David S. Phillips.
90
2.00 to 2.50
7.00 to 12.00,
Bethlehem House..
J. H. A. Bruce...
75
2.00 to 2.50
8.00 to 14 00
Broadview G. L. Gilmore.. ..
30
2.00
8.fOtol2 00
Central House A, P. Rowe	
40
1.50
7.00 to 9.00
Echo Hill House...!j. H. Callahan ...
60
2.00 to 3.00
10.50 and up
Elm House !R. M. Hodgdon..
Farm Cottage Mrs. L.M.Phillips
40
1.50 to 2.00
7.00 to 10.00
30
i.on
5.00 to 6.00
Gardner Cottage.. ,|R,  H. Gardner...
15
1.25
6.00 to 8.00
Garfield Cottage... G. A. Gilman ....
17
1.00
5.00 to 6.00
Highland House... J. H. Clark , ,     ,
80
2.50 to 8.00
15.00 to 30.00
*Maplewood Hotel. .Ainslie & Webster
400
4.50andup
21.(0 and up
Mt. Agassiz House J. M. Mathes ...
75
2.00
8.00 to 14.00
Mt.Wash'gton H'seR. N. Gordon	
60
2.00
10.00 to 15.00
* Post-office, Maplewood, N.H.
1  From steamer dock.
104 EASTERN TOURS
NAME OF HOTEL
PROPRIETOR
.-W'L'om-
in'd't'n
for how
many
persns
Rake
per
week
Distance
from Ry.
station
Bethlehem, N.H.-Con
Mountain View' H'sc
Park Cottage	
Sinclair House	
Strawberryliill H'se
Sunny Side Cottage!
The Alpine	
The Columbus .
The Gramercy.
The Park View
The Uplands...
Turner House .
Woodlawn
Bio, Que.
Canada.
Boarding House..
I. A. Taylor.. .
B. Tucker	
Durgin & Co. .
J. K. Barrett..
vl rs. F. M. Gardner
C. H. Clark...
G. A. Noyes ..
E. Stimpson . .
H. F. Hardy..
F. H. Abbott. .
J.N.Turner& Son
W. H. Presby.
Michel Pineau..
Wm. Chamberlain
Mad. Louts Pineau
Hector Berule.
Jos. Lavoie .. .
Biddeford, Me.
Riverside Cottage.
Boothbay, Me.
Bootlibay House..
Oak Grove House.
Cacouna, Que.
Mansion House...
St. Lawrence Hall
Boarding House..
Cap a L'Aigle. Que.
Boarding House.,
Cap St. Ignace, Que.
Boarding House..
Gastiue, Me.
Pentagoet House.. R. H. Moon
The Acadian W. H. Walker ..
Mrs, A.M. Tarbox
20
15
350
100
16
100
80
50
70
200
75
35
35
Fred. H. Harris..   125
W. H. Reed     50
A. Lucas	
R. M. Stocking .
C. Sirois	
G. Michaud	
Pollock	
Thos. Dube	
Thos. Gagnon...
Mrs. Geo.Rivierne
Wm. L. Bernier..
I. S Bernard ....
Wm. P. Belanger.
Charlottetown, P.E.I.
Davies	
Queen	
Revere	
f. J. Davies	
P. P. Archibald
P.S.Brown	
Chicoutimi, Que.
Chateau Saguenay. P. A. Guay
Heron Jos. Heron..
Colehrook, N. H.
Camp Diamond...
*Cold Spring House
Colebrook House .
Mohawk Cottage .
Monadnock House
Table Rock Cottage
The Balsams	
The Elms	
The Parsons Farm.
Village View Cot'ge
Willow Farm
Peters Bros. ...
M.B.  Noyes...
C. E. Hartshorn
W. S. Spencer .
T. G. Rowan.. .
G. A Gleason..
Dixville     N o t ch
Corp	
Mrs.W.T. Phillip:
George Parsons.
D, Fletcher	
Mrs. Frank Lang
130
300
10
40
10
30
30
15
50
100
150
80
40
110
42
50
25
60
10
100
10
160
12
no
8
12
$1.50
2.00
3.50
2.00 to 2
1 50
2.50 to 3
2.00
2 SO
2.00
2.50 to 3,
2.00 to 2,
2.00
50
$6 00 to 8.00
10.00 to 14.00
17 50 to 24.50
8.00 to 15 00
I 7.00 to 8.00
Oi J12.00 to 18.00
10 00 to 12.00
10.00 to 15.00
7.00 to 12 00
.00 12.50 to 18.00
50 8.00 to 15.00
8.00 to 11.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.50
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
2.60
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
6.00
100 feet
300 yards
500,   "
2 miles
9.00 to 14.00
7.00 to 9.00
6.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
2 miles
3 "
2 "
2 "
2 "
2 "
2 "
II mile
i mile
i    "
i   "
8.00 to 14.00
11.00 to 16.00
2.00 to2.50    10.50 up
1.50 6.00 up
1.00      4.00 to 5.00
2.50 to 5.0012.00 to 25.00
1.00 4.00
l.?0
1.50
2.00
1.00
7.00 to 10.50
7.00
7.00 to 10.00
5.00 to 6.00
2.00to3.00 7.00to 14.00
1.00       5.00 to 7.00
4.00 18.00 and up
1.00     I 5.00 to 8.00
!2.00 to 3.0010.00 to 21.00
1.00     !      6.00
I     ....     I 1.00to 6.00
200 yards
i mile
Boarding-houses from $5.00 to $8.00 per week; J. A. Hodge, 4; Mrs. C. P.
Lury, 10 ; Mrs. B. F. Drew, 6 ; Mrs. Geo. Heath, 4.
Dalhousie, N.B.
Baie de Chaleurs.
Cifton House ....
Murphy's	
G. E. Mercier ...
J. McLeod	
T. Murphy	
1 Post-office, Avevill, Vt.
30
30
35
1.25
1.25
1.50
5.00
5.00
7.00
100 yards
^ mile
ar mile
X From steamer dock.
105 EASTERN   TOURS
NAME OF HOTEL
Digby, N  S.
Burnhain House
Digby House ...
Dufferin	
Lour Lodge ..   .
Manhattan	
Myrtle House...
Short's	
Eastport, Me-
Quoddy	
Riverside	
Fabyans,  N. H.—See
Fredericton, N. B.
Barker House .
Commercial.. ..
Long's  |P. D. McKenzie
Queen J. A. Edwards
Royal Mrs.Ben.Atherton
Windsor Hall Albert Everett
Waverly Mrs. J. B. Grieves
PROPRIETOR
Accnm-
m'd't'n
for how-
many
pcrs'ns
Mrs. Burnham .
Mrs. Wright ..
C. A. Jordan ...
Mrs. de Balinhard
W. S. Troop	
Mrs. A. Browne..
Miss Short	
T. H. Bucknam..
W. H. Smith	
White Mts., N.H.
F. B. Coleman .
John McCoy .
Gorham, N.H.
Alpine House 	
Island View House.
Willis House	
G. D. Stratton . .
Fred. Messenger
Mrs. F. H. Evans
Me.
Greenville Juno.,
Bartley House .
Eveleth House
Lake House ...
Moosehead Inn
Ha! Ha! Bay, Que.
McLean   	
20
14
60
30
100
100
30
120
75
75
50
100
50
60
50
100
12
35
F.L.Phillips  40
Gipson &  Buswell 30
C. H. Sawyer .... 75
A. H. Walker.... 100
\P. McLean .
Halifax. N.S.
Halifax	
Queen   	
Waverly
Groven 	
Victoria	
Revere	
Hillside Hall
Albion	
Lome	
Royal	
Carlton	
Houlton, Me.
Exchange....
Snell	
35
H. Hesslim & Son  350
I. T. Fairbanks
Miss S.  Homans
H.M. Williston
C. Chisholm	
Wm. Wilson ...
Miss Claxton. ...
S. I.eBlanc	
J. S. Leonard .. .
J. W. Saltern .. .
F. W. Bowes .. .
O. B.  Buzzell..
F, W. Coburn ..
Intervale, N.H
Bellevue House
Fairview House
Idlewild House ....
Intervale House . ..
Maple Villa	
Pendcxter Mansion
Pitman Hall	
The Clarendon  ....
The Langdon	
The Pequawket....
Isles of Shoals, N.H.
Appledore House.
Mid Ocean House
Oceanic Hotel....
Isle Verte, Que.
Boarding House.
J. A. Barnes' Sons
W. D. Tasker....
F. W. Dinsmore..
H. S. Mudgett...
Geo. E. Gale .
'P.&C.P.P.Drown
Walter Pitman. ..
R. W. Weeks....
L. Pendexter ..
"Mrs. H. A, Vickey
Jefferson, N.H.
Cloverdale Cottage.
Cold Spring House
and Lodge....
Laighton Bros.
Mrs. Cot6....
Oct. Morency
Luc Cote	
H. Dumond .
L. D. Kenison...
W. H. Crawford
Rato
per
day
$1.50
L50
2.00
2.00 to 2.50
2.00
1.50
2.00
2.00
2.00 to 2.50
1.00
1.00
^.00 to 2.50
1.00
2.00
1.00
2.00 to 3.00
Rate
per
week
Distance
from Ry.
station
$8.00        2min.wlk.
6.00 to 10-00 3 "     "
5.00to 7.002 "     "
10.00        IJ mile
8.00 to 12.005 inin.wlk.
8.00 to 12.0010     "
8.00       2
ti mile.
H00 yards
1.00 to 2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
i mile
i    "
i    "
I    "
4.00 to 5.00!I,   "
4.00 to 5.00
5.00
3.00 to 4.00
10.00 to 14.00
7.00 to 10.00
7.00 to 10.00
5.00
10.00
7.00 to 10.00
2.00 to 2.5010.00 to 14.00
1.00 to
2.00
50 rods
1J miles
U    "
50 rods
:nr land'g
200
70
70
100
75
70
53
60
100
70
150
100
50
40
250
25
60
100
60
50
50
400
100
300
2.50to3.00  1J miles
2.00 to 2.50Spc'l arrng't 1J     "
2.50     'Spc'l arrng'thi     "
2.00 to 3.00.Spc'l arrng't. 2"     "
1.50 to 2.00 6.00 to 8.00:2
0.(0        'Opp. depot
1.50 to 2.00
Special ar-
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.00 to 2.00
2.00
2.00
2.50 to 3.00
1.50to2.t0,
1.50 to 2.00
3.00 to 1.00
1.50 to 2.00
2.00 to 3.00
2 00
2.r0to2.50
2.00 to 2.50
1.50
3.75
3.00
3.00
1.00
l.oo
l.oo
1.00
1.25
rangements
Spc'l arrng't
Spc'l arrng't
6.00 to 8.00
5.00 to 9.00
2J miles
u
li
1
1
7.00 to 10.00 j- mile
7.00 to 10.00 ■■   "
10.00 to 18.001
7.00 to 14.00
7.50 to 12.00,
17.50 and up
7.00 to 10.00
8.00 to 15.00
7.(0 to 14.00
8.00 to 12 00
8 00 to 16.00
7.00 to 12.00
17.50 to 28.00
10.00
17.50 to 28.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
7.00
7.00 to 10.00
%   mile
At station
t From steamer dock.
106 EASTERN  TOURS
Accom-
m'd't'n
Rate
Rate
NAME OF HOTEL
PROPRIETOR
for how-
per
day
per
from Ry.
many
week
statu n
pers ns
Jefferson, N.H.—Con.
^E.  A.   Crawford's!
E. A. Crawford &
60
$2.CO
2.50
$8.00to 12.00
12.00 to 15.00
Grand View House.
Mrs. Emily Harris
40
^Highland House ...
J. L. Pottle	
50
2.00
8.0C to 12.00
Hillside Farm	
N. M.  Davenport
35
2.00
7.00tol0.0C
P. la Plaisted ....
40
3.00
12.00 to 15.00
*Mount Adams Hse.
J. W. Crawshaw.
60
2.00
8.00tol2.0C
The Waumbek...
100
3.00
14 00 and up
*PHny Range House
G. W. Crawford &
40
2.00
7.00tol2.0C
Manasah Perkins,
75
3.00
14.00 and up
Hight Bros	
30
1.00
7.00tol0.0C
The Waumbek &)
D.   B.   Plumer,
Mgr	
350
4.00
21.00 and up
* Post-office, Jefferson Highlands, N.H.
Kennebunkport, Me
Bickford House.
Cliff House	
Columbia House
Fruit Farm Cottage
Glen House	
Highland House . ..
New Sagamore ....
Nonantum House..
Parker House	
Seaside House	
Lake Edward, Que.
Laurentides House.
Lake Joseph,Que.
Lake View House..
Lake Megantic, Que
C.P.R. Hotel.
Chaudiere	
Grand Central
Lake House ..
Queen's	
Victoria	
J. W. Bickford.
B. F. Eldridge..
G. N. Stevens..
R. J. Bayes"!.
0. L. Wells....
Wm. Gooch....
H. A. Heckman
M. M. Hill	
1. P. Gooch....
R. Rowley, jun.
Chas. White ...
Lake Memphremagog.
Battle House	
Central	
Mansion House....
Park House
Lake St. John, Que
Roberval 	
Island House (at
Grande Descharge,
Saguenay)	
Lancaster, N. H.
Lancaster House..
Lisbon, N.H.
Breezy Hill House
Hotel Brigham ...
Foster Cottage ...
Lake View Cottag
Pleasant View H'se
Woodland Cottage
Little Metis, Que.
Cascade	
Green Hill	
Ray's	
Seaside	
Turriff Hall	
Woodland	
Littleton, N.H.
Chiswick Inn .....
Elm Cottage	
Mount'nHomeH'se
Joseph Lacosse
P. H. Renaud..
T. A. Bilodeau.
F. J. Murray. ..
L. P. Villeneuve
Ganvin & McKen
J. E. Taylor	
Heath & Meigs.
A. G. Doloff
Wm. Jamieson..
H. G. Beem r...
H. G. Beemer...
L. B. Whipp.
Wells & Woolson
F. A. Beebe...
Mrs. J. L. Foster
F. M. Aldrich .
H. H. Atwood.
Ira Jesseman .
S. McNider ..
A. Turriff ....
A. Ray 	
Woster Bros.
R. Turriff....
A. Blue	
N. H, Pearce..
F. R. Glover ..
E. D. Sawyer .
90
100
75
20
115
10
CO
00
150
50
150
125
50
50
75
ioo
75
100
300
125
150
100
60
14
40
20
15
100
40
10
140
100
50
100
20
40
2.00 to 2.50
2,00andup|
2.00 to 2.50
2.00 to 3.00
2.00 to 2.50
2.00
2.50 to 3.00
1.00
2.0O
2.00
1.25
1.50
1.50
1.50
2.00
2.00
1.50
1.00
1.00
1.50
1.00
3.00 to 5.00
3.00 to 5.00
10.00 to 17.00
10.00 to 18.00
9.00 to 17.00
800 to 10.50
10.00 to 20.00
10.00 to 22.00
10.(0 to 15.00
12.00to 22.00
15.00 to25.00
00 to 15.00
12.00
6.00 to 7.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
6.00
6.00
4.00
4.00
4.00 to 5.00
7.00
5.00 to 6.00
17.50 to 20.00
17.50 to 20.00
2.00 to 3.0010.50 to 21.00
2.50 to 3.00
2 00
1.25
1.50
1.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.25
1.00
2.50
1.00
2.00
10.00 to 18.00
7.00 to 14.00
5.00 to 8.00
6.00 to 10.00
7.00 to 10.00
6.00 to  7.00
7.00 to 8.006 miles
7.00
7.00
8.00
7.00
7.00 to 12.00
6.00 to 7.00
7.00 to 10.00
£   mile
i       "
1 '<
1-16 "
1-16 "
400 feet
mile
10 miles by
steamer
i   mile
107 EASTERN   TOURS
NAME OF HOTEL
Little_,N H.-Cont
Thayer's Hotel
The Grand View...
The Maples	
Woodsidc House...
Louisburg, C.B.
Louisburg wrs. Hanley
Pepperell R. McLean ,
PROPRIETOR
Accoltl-
m'd't'll
forliow
many
rers'ns
H.  L.  Thayer  &
Son	
Fred O. Nourse
M. F. Young & Co
A. D. Fisher ..
McAdam June, N.B.
Junction House...
Maplewood, N.H.
Maplewood	
Metapedia, Que.
Boarding House... R. Dorion .
"                *'    .. .;R. A.  Ferguson.
" "    . .. Jas. Gillis	
Colin Campbell.
Ainslie & Webster
Moncton, N.B.
American Wm. Wallace.. .
Brunswick Geo. McSweeney
Minto P. Gallagher	
Montmagny, Que.
Boarding House. . .;Mrs. F. Cote...
Commercial Wm. Gamache.
I.C.R MissG. Bcrnicr
Montmagny L. Letourneau .
National Nap. Fournier..
Montreal Que.
Place Viger Can. Pac. Ry
Windsor Windsor Hotel Co
St. Lawrence Hall . Hy. Hogan	
Balmoral Castle ... A. A. Welsh	
Queen's  C. N. Wallace . ..
Albion Peavey & Fuller. .
Avenue House E. S. Reynolds ...
Carslake jGeo. Carslake....
Turkish Bath F. E. McKyer...
Grand Union Reynolds 8E Co. ..
Richelieu J.B.Durocher&Co
Riendeau J.  Riendeau	
Savoy Simpson & Peel . .
Stanley A. Beliveau	
St. James G. Forest	
Wavcrley Wm. Bogie	
Webster    E. C. Perkins ....
Mt. Washington, N.H.I
Summit House Barron, Merrill &
Barron
Mulgrave, N. S.
Seaside P. A. Grant
Central House Chas. Whooten ..
Macleod House Mrs. R. Macleod.
M urray House D.  Murray	
Murray Bay.
Lome House
W.Chamard&Co.
New Glasgow, N. 8.
Belvedere J.J.  Bain.
Norfolk H. Murray
Vendome D. McDearmid.
Windsor D. C. McDonald
100
20
400
100
200
100
350
350
230
1«0
180
130
40
100
200
80
125
80
25
40
70
200
100
20
120
120
100
Newport, Vt-
Lake House D. W. Sisco    100
Memphremagog    ) Campbell  &  Hol-
House      (1    brook ! 250
Newport House.... F. H. Beebe .   ...   200
North Conway, N.H.
Arcadian Cottage... O. & K. Mclntire.     35
Centre Villa |F. G. Eastman..       50
Echo Farm \A. E. H. Brooks .    15
* From Windsor Street Station
Rate
Ser
ay
§2.00 to
3.00
1.50
2.00
1.00
1.50
1.00
2.00
4.50 up
1.25
1.25
1.25
Rate
pel-
week
Distance
from Ry.
station
810.00 to
17.00
7.00 to 10.00
8.00 to 16.00
5.00 to 7.00
5.00       J mile
3.50      'i   "
5.00        at  station
21.00 up
4.00
4.00
4.00
200 yards
250    "
300     "
1.50 to 2.00 5,00 to 10.00 85 yards
1.50 to 2.50
1.50to2.00
1.00
1.50
1.00
l.oo
1.00
8.00to 12.00 75
5.00 to 10.00 200
7.00
7-00
7.00
7.00
7.00
3.00 to 5.00 sp'l arrgm'
3.50 to 5.00
S.OOtol.OO,
2.00to3.50' "
2.00 to 3.00 Spc'l arrng
1.50 to 2.00;
1.60 to 2.00
European
1.75 to 2.50
1.60 to 2.50
1.50 up
1.50 up
European
1.50 up
1.50 up
1.50
1.50
4.50
1.50
0.75
0.75
1.00
1.50
A mile
4   "
b  "
i   "
at Place
t Viger stn.
*200 yards
":,i mile
hi "
t "200 yards
,*4 mile
»i  "
"200 yards
*J mile
,,   .,
I*   "
t*   "
*t  "
'close to
•200 yards
*J mile
"200 yards
21.00 up
7.00 100 feet
4.00 50 yards
4.00 1 mile
5.00 100 yards
45.00 per
month
J mile
1.00 3.00 100 yards
1.50to2.00; 5.00 to 8.00 100    "
1.50 to 2.00 5.00 to 8.00    50     "
1.00 to 1.50 4.00 to 6.00 400    "
l.OOtol.50, 4.00to 8.006 rods
2.00 to 3.00 7.00 to 15.004
2.00       6.00 to 12.006
1.50
2.00
5.00 to 8.00
7.00 to 10.00
1.00       4.00 to 6.00
t From Place Viger Station.
108 EASTERN   TOURS
NAME OF HOTEL
PROPRIETOR
Accoin-
m'd't'n
for how-
many
pers'ns
Rate
per
day
Rate
per
week
Distance
from Ry.
station
North Conway, N.H.
Edgewood   Cottage
Hotel Eastman ..
Maple Cottage	
Moat Mt. House ..
Moat View Cottages
Kearsarge Hall ....
Orient House	
Randall House	
Russell Cottages. .
Sunset Pavilion...
The Kearsarge	
The McMillan Hse
The New Ridge and
Cottages...
Con.
G. F. Wolcott...
A. Eastman  ....
M. Lewis	
T. C. Eastman. ..
W. H. Eastman..
Mrs. L.J. Ricker.
F. W.   &   H. W
Russell	
H. H. Randall ...
F.  W.  &  H. W,
Russell	
M. L. Mason	
L. J. Ricker	
F. S. Plummer..,
H. H. Dow	
25
160
20
25
25
30
50
60
150
125
300
75
100
$1.50 to
2.00
2.00 to 3.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
2.00
1.50
2.00
$7.00to 10.50
8.00 to 15.00
6.00 to 8.00
5.00 to 9.00
6.00 to 9.00
10.CO to 17.60
7.00 to 12.00
7.00 to 10.00
2.00 to 2.50 8.00 to 14.00
3.00 i 8.00to21.00
3.00 to 4.0012.50 to 21.00
8.00 to 10.50
10.50 to 21.00
2.00
3 00
North Hampton. N.H.
Boarding-houses from $7.00 to $15.00 per week : O. S. Jenness, G. A. Boynton, 25*
North Sydney, N. S.
Belmont   	
McLelland House.
North Sydney	
Presto  	
Vendome	
Mrs. J. D.Dunn.
T. McLellan	
J. Batterson ....
B. Murgrave
I. Smith	
Old Orchard Beach,Me.
Alberta	
Aldine Hotel ...
Atlantic House
^Billow House.
Central Park House
Cleaves House
Cleaves   Restaurant T. L. Cleaves
Florida House J. I. Mackey... .
Good win Cottage .  I	
*Granite State Hotel! Estes & Kendrie
Highland House ... A- B. Andersoi
S. W. Holt, Mgr.  200
S. Haines ....
S. D. M ulton
Miss E. S. Knight
S. M. Blake.
1.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.50
Hotel Everett
Hotel Fiske	
Howard House ..
Ingleside Cottage
Irving House ....
Jones House	
Lawrence House.
Linwood House..
Boyden House...
Malvern House ..
Marlboro Hotel..
Montreal House .
Old Orchard House
Pine Cottage ....
Revere House.. ..
Sea Foam House
Sea Shore House
Sea Side House..
Sea View House.
Staples Cottage .
The Abbott   	
Union House ....
Waverly Cottage
Western House..
M.   F. Porter
C. H. Fiske .. .
Mrs. N. Hall..
J. Q. Sawyer .
Mrs. I .A Googinsl 200
150
75
75
50
40
100
50
40
150
100
150
300
25
50
Mrs. C. A. Jones
J. H. Home	
H. T. Lord	
S. W. Boyden...
Mrs. A. W. Field
F. H. Phillips .. .
A. B. Blanchard
H. W. Staples...
E. H. Milliken...
L. A. Pillsbury..
Mrs. C. B. Judd.
F. G. Staples ....
Mrs. L. C. Upham!
J. M. Woodbury .!
L. F.  Kelsea i
Miss L. Abbott
Mrs.L.D.Skillings
J. E. Webber ....
Mrs. J. A. Thomas
50
150
50
40
50
125
100
500
30
100
25
300
40
80
60
85
30'
40
3.00
2.50 to 3.
1.50 to 2,
2.00
1.00 to 1,
1.50
2.00
1.50 to 2.
1.00
1.00to3.
1.50 to 2.
2.00 toS.
2.00 to 3.
2!o6
2.00
1.50 to 2,
2.50
1.50
1.25
1.00 to 1.
1.60to2.
2.00
3.00 to 4
1.50
2.00
1.00
3.00 to 4.
1.50
■1.00 to 1.
,1.50 to2
1.50 to 2
1.00
1.25
1.50 to 2
i mile
10.00 to 14.00
50.12.00 to 18.00
00 8.00 to 10.00
8.00 to 13.00
50	
00
00 7.00 and up
00 8.00 to 12.00
0040.OOtol6.00
■5015.00 to 30.00
10.00
.00 to 15.00
,00 8.00 to 12.00
10.00 to 15.00
7.00 to 10.00
7.00
6.00 to 8.00
9.00 to 15.00
10.00 to 15.00
.0015.00 and up
7.00 to 10.00
7.00 to 10.00
7.00
.0015.00 to 28.00
7.00 to 9.00
25!.
00 8.00 to 12.00
00, 8.00 to 12.00
7.00
7.00
.00 7.00 to 10.00
Located at Ocean Park.
Pictou, N-S.
Revere	
Royal	
Aberdeen	
American	
Queen	
Plymouth, N.H.
Boarding House...
Livermore House. .
NT. Doherty ...
P. M. Jenkms .
M. Langille ..
M. Rhynard . .
B. Davidson ..
A. B. Dalton   ....
Sargent ecMcCor-
mick	
Pemigewasset H'seJ. R. Elliott & W.
F. Adams	
Rose Lawn House. V. Durgin	
The Overlook E. A. Chase	
Ward's Hill Farm . Mrs.E. G. Sargent
100
50
30
50
20
12
60
200
25
20
12
2.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
3.00 to 4.00
1.00
1.00
7.50
7.50
5.00
5.00
5.00
5 min. wlk
1
1
3
Oio 15.00
10.50 to 21.00
5.00 io 7.00
5.00 to 8.00
5.00 to 7.C0l
109 EASTERN   TOURS
NAME OF HOTEL
PROPRIETOR
Arroiii-
m'd't'n
for how
many
I'l'i's'ns
Rate
per
day
Rato
per
week
Distance
from Ry.
station
Point du Chene, N.B.
Depot House Jas. Grattan .
Point du Chene H'se John McDonald.
Portland, Me.
The New Falmouth
Congress Square.
Preble House....
West End	
F. H. Nunns . .
G. W. Stearns
Gray & Thompson' 150
H. M. Castner ...   350
Portsmouth, N.H.
Kearsarge House.
Langdon House . ..
The Haven	
The Rockingham .,
Quebec, Que,
Chateau Frontenac
Victoria	
Clarendon 	
Mountain Hill	
Blanchet's	
Rimouski, Que.
Lenghan	
Rimouski	
St. Lawrence	
Windsor	
Riviere dn Loup, Que.
Bellevue	
Chateau Lucas ....
Commercial	
Fraserville	
Maison BI mche....
Hotel Venise	
Vendome	
Victoria	
Eye Beach, N.H. (Rail
Ledgerly ....
Drake  House
Elmwood Cottage
Farragut House
Sea Verge ....
Locke's House
Marden House
Melrose Villa.
Ocean	
*Ocean Wave House
Rising   Sun   Hous
and Cottage ....
Sawyer House ....
Seaside
500
175
$1.00
1.50
3.00 to 5.00
3.10 to 5.00
3.00
2.50 to 3.50
$5.00
7.00
75 yards
100     "
Spc'l arng't
17.50 up
E. T. Cotton   ....
E. T. Cotton	
L. E. Perley	
W. K. Hill, Mgr.
Can. Pac Ry....
Hotel Victoria Co.
Mad. M. J. Pelle-
tier	
L. V. Dion	
Jos. Cloutier ...
L. Lenghan....
Frs. St. Lamert
A.St.Laurent&Cie
Ely Ouillet  	
Aubut & Freres..
A. Lucas	
Geo. Gagnon ....
J. DesLauriers...
M. Roy	
L. T. Pinze	
E. Charest	
Emile Gagnon... .
road Stat'n, North
J. O. Hobbs	
A.J. Drake...
C. A. Jenness
F. A. Philbrick
J. O. Hobbs...
R. L. Locke. . .
T. I. Marden..
Mrs.A.M. Jenness
J. O. Hobbs...
H.  Knox	
E. B. Philbrick...
H. Sawyer	
J. O. Hobbs
Seaview and Cot'g'sG. G. Lougee.
50
40
50
125
500
250
2(10
140
100
150
25
75
50
50
75
50
50
2.00 to 2.5010.00 to 14.00
2.00 7.00to 10.00
1.25     I 4.50 to 6.00
4.00andup     25.00
3.50to5.00 imile
2.00 to 3.00 spc'l arrng'ti   "
150to2.01      !J   "
1.25 to 2.00 7.00 to 10.00 J   "
1.50 8.00        15min.wlk
1.50 to 2.00
1.25
1.50
1.00
1.50
1.50
1.60
1.50
1.25
1.25
1.00
1.50
Ham pton.)
18
50
30
300
30
20
50
35
15
100
55
60
30
200
5.00 to 7.00
6.00       % mile
5.00       i   "
4.CO
7.50
9.00
7.50
7.50
6.00
6.CO
5.00
9.00
4 miles
1 mile
1    "
1    "
4 miies
4    "
at station
3.00 18.00
2.50 to 3.0012.00 to 18.00
2.00 110.00 to 17.00
4.00 to 5.00 21.00 and up
18.00
12.00 to 20.00
10.00 to 15.00
10.00 to 18.00
25.00
10.00 to 15.00
3.00
2.60
3.0O
3.00
2.50
2.50
3.00
3.00
3.50
10.00 to 18.00
14.00to 25.00
18.00
15.00 to 25.00
Boarding-houses from $7.00 to $10.00 per week : N. G. Jenness ; David
Philbrick ; D. Jenness, 18; tG. A. Boynton, 25.
* At Rye North Beach ; passengers taken from Portsmouth,
t Located at Little Boar's Head.
Eockland, Me.
Bay Point Hotel.
Claremont	
Lindsey House...
Savoy	
St. Nicholas	
The Thorndike...
St. Andrews, N.B.
Algonquin	
Kennedy's	
Ste. Annea.C.R.),Que.
Langlois Ijean Langlois
N. P. Sewell, Mgr 300
C. S. Pease      60
H. L. Gregory ...    60
Jas. A. Trowbridge    60
G. A. Blood '   60
B. R. Andros.Mgr  150
Harvey & Wood
A. Kennedy& Son
120
60
110
3.50 to 4.00
2.00
2.00
1.50
European
2.50 to 3.00
18.00 to 25.00
5.00 to 7.00
5.00 to 10.00
4.50 to O.OO
3.50 to5.00'about 15.00
2.00     lO.OOto 14.00
1.00
5.00
1 mile
1 mile EASTERN TOURS
NAME OF HOTEL
St. Flavie, Que.
Boarding House
Victoria	
!t. Jean Port Joli,Que.
Boarding House..
Caron's.
St. John, N.B.
Royal .
Victoria .
Dufferin .
Clifton...
gueen ...
elmont.
Stanley..
St. John.
Elliott...
St. Pasohal, Que.
Boarding House
Victoria ,
PROPRIETOR
AlTOIll
m'd't'n
forhow
many
pers'iis
Mrs. J. Aubin....
David Picard	
E. Morrisette	
G. Beaulieu	
I>. Langlois	
Mrs, Sharp	
D. Lavoie	
Mrs. E. Bruelle ..
A. Bourgault ...
G. Fournier	
J. Pelletier	
F. Caron.
Raymond &  Do-
herty
D. W. McCormick
E. LeRoi Willis..
A.N. Peters	
M. Agate	
Sime	
J. Fowler	
J. A. Burns	
E. W. Elliott ....
Leon Roy	
Thos. Ward. ...
Miss Langlois...
Misses Blais	
Miss La Brie. ...
Mrs. Pelletier ...
150
150
150
50
50
100
100
25
60
Hate
per
day
$1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.25
1.00
1.25
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
1.50 to 2.00
1.50
1.50
1.00 to 1.50
1.00
l.ro
ioo
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
Rate
week
Distance
from Ry.
station
$5.00 3 miles
5.00 ;3   "
5.00 nr. depot
5.00 "      "
5.00 ! "      "
6.00 "     "
5.00 "      "
6.00 "      "
5.00 1J miles
5.00 li   "
5.00 5J   "
5.00 100 yards
£ mile
J   "
J   "
10.50      li   "
7.00       J   "
7.00       opp. depot
6.00 to 8.00 i mile
4.00to 6.001    "
4.00 to 6.00 i   "
About 25 or 30 cottages for families, furnished, from $25 up for the season
Apply to Thos. Ward, Kamouraska, Que., or Agent I C. Railway, St.
Paschal, Que.
StBaymoud Que.
Boarding House.
It. Stephen, N.B.
Queen .
Wii
Tcs. Chayer... .
Mrs. P. Plamondon
Frd. Plamondon
Windsor.
Scarboro Beach, Me.
Atlantic House ..
Cammock House.
*Checkley House ..
Forest House....
*Jocelyn House....
Kirkwood Inn ....
*The Southgate....
The Willows	
J. W. Smith....
W. B. Ganong
E. A. Gunnison &
Co.
Mrs. S. J. Libby .
Ira C. Foss	
C. Seavey	
B. Libby	
Kirkwood Inn Co.
M. Kaler	
IZenas Seavey....
150
50
200
30
200
140
100
50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.50
2.00
4.00
3.50
3.50
5.00
0.00
100 yards
300    "
2.50 to 3.00 12.00 to 21.00
1.50 to2 00'.16.00 to 20.00
2.50 to3.5014.00 to 22.00
2.O0 110.00 to 14.00
2.50 to4.50;i4.00 to 38.00
2.50 to 3.0011.00 to 23.00
2.50 110.00 to 17.50
2.00     llO.OO to 14.00
* Located at Prout's Neck, Me.
Shawaneean Falls, Que
Beland	
Shediac, N.B.
Royal	
Terrace....
Weldon....
M. Beland
P. D. Legere....
P, F. Melanson
J. D. Weldon ..
Su/?ar Hill, N.H.
IIElm Farm House ..
* 1 Franconia Inn	
II Grand View Cottage
IIHotel Lookoff. ...I
IIMiramonte	
*t Phillips House	
HSunset Hill House
*fThe Echoes	
Willow Farm	
L. & S. Bowles
Peckett Bros. ..
Geo. Aldrich & Co
H. M. Crohurst..
-Miss Bertha Estey
W. B. Phillips . ..
Bowles & Hoskins
ComeyS: Jesseman
Mrs. Thos.Aldrich
20
25
25
100
25
200
20
200
75
75
300
50
25
1.00 to 1.50.
1.00
1.00
1.50
1.00
3.50
1.00
3.50
2.50
2.00
3.50
1.50
1.50
3.00        200 yards
3.00       300    "
5.00 to 7.00100    "
6.00 to 7.00
10.00 to 21.00
5.00 to 7.00.
14 00 and up
11.00 to 16.10
7.00 to 12.00
il oo to 2i.ro
7.00 to io oo
6.00 to 10.00
* Post-office, Franconia, N.H.
II Stage from Sugar Hill Station.
t Stage from Littleton. EASTERN   TOURS
NAME OF HOTEL
PROPBIETOK
Aoioni-
m'd't'n
Tor bow
many
JMTSl'lS
Bate
per
day
Bate
per
week
Distance
from Ry.
station
Summerside, P.E.I.
Clifton 	
Miss Mawley ....
J. B. Russ	
G. L. Hannington
J. P. Conway
J. McDearmid ...
Mrs. Coffin	
H. R. McKenzie..
B. S. Atkinson ...
H. M. Paterson..
75
100
50
120
50
20
12
15
20
20
200
30
60
25
12
25
20
300
50
40
30
25
60
250
25
200
25
100
75
50
4
35
35
35
35
30
140
60
400
400
100
250
50
450
200
300
150
35
40
35
100
15
10
10
15
15
60
10
|1.25
2.00
1.50
2.00 to 3.00
1.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.25 to 1.50
1.00
2.00 to 3.50
1.25
2.00
1.50
1.00
1.00
2.00
3.00and up
1.50and up
1.00tol.60
1.00
1.00
1.00 to 1.50
2.00 to 4.0
l.OOtoL.'.O
2.00 to 3.00
1.00
2.00
1.50
2.00
1.00
1.(0
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.00
3.00
2.00
3.00 to 4.50
3.00 to 4.50
3.50
4.50
3.00 to 4.00
4.50
4.50
3.00and up
2.50
1.50
2.00
1.50
2.00 to 3.00
1.50
1.50
2.00
1.25
1.50
1.50 to 2.00
2.00
3 blocks
5 mins wlk
5       "
5       "
5      "
5      "
300 yards
100    "
2 mins wlk
3 "
2      "
imile
i   "
i   "
i   "
\   "
i   "
1  M
i   "
Sydney, C. B.
Cabot	
Belleview House...
International .   ...
McKenzie House ..
Queen	
Tadousac, Que-
Tadousac 	
Trois Pistoles, Que.
38.00
5 00
5.00
5.00
5.00 to 6.00
5.00
12.00 to 15.00
3.50
4.50
7.00 to 9.00
5.00 to 7.00
5.00 to 7.00
7.00 to 10.00
14.00 to 21.00
7.00 to 10.00
6.00 to 7.00
5.00 to 7.00
5.00
5.00 to 8.00
10.00 to 28.00
6.00 to 10.00
8.00 to 17.00
5.00 to 7.00
7.00 to 10.00
7.00 to 10.00
7.00 to 10.50
6.00 to 7.00
6.00 to 7.00
7.00
7.00
7.00
4.00 to  7.00
10.50 to 21.00
7.00 to 12.00
17.50 to 28.00
15.00 to 28.00
11.00 and up
21.00 and up
15.00 to 21.00
17.50 and up
21.00 and up
14 00 and up
10.50 to 14 00
7.00
7.00 up
7.00
Lavigne's	
Twin   Mountain   Sta
The Elmwood	
Maple Cottage	
Pleasant View C'tge
Roscbrook Inn	
Twin Mountain Hse
Weirs, N.H.
Aquedoktan	
Endicott House ....
Fernside Cottage ..
Good Luck Tavern.
Hotel Weirs	
Lake View House..
Lakeside House....
Maple Cottage	
Story's Tavern	
WinnipesaukeeCtge
Wells Beach, Me.
Bay View House...
Fairview	
Highland Cottage..
Hotel Elmwood....
Minnetonka House.
Magnolia House ...
Whitefield, N.H.
Cottage Hotel	
Mt. View ±1ouse ...
J. A, Lavigne ....
tion, N. H.
H. E. Jenness. .. .
J. A. Mulleavey ..
Vlrs. C. S. Miles..
Mrs. F.  B. Rose-
Barron, Merrill &
A. F. Dennett	
Mrs.S. L.Mitchell
Mrs. J. K. Avery.
John Spaulding ..
Col. J. A.  Greene
R. C. Dickey
G. W. Weeks ....
Mrs. E. L. True..
D. B. Story    ....
Mrs. M.A. Gordon
W.G.Stevens.Mgr
C. 0. Pope
A. A. Perkins	
Mri. M. J. Perkins
& Son  	
Mrs. E. M. Patten
W.F.Dodge&Son
Levi Bowles& Son
Barron. Merrill &
S. R. Elliott, Mgr.
Anderson & Price,
White Mountains,N.fl.
Crawford House.. )
Fabyans House .. (
Flume House	
MtPleasantH'se. 1
Mt. Pleasant          J-
House Cottage j
Profile House	
Summit House   .. )
Twin M't'n House }
White M't'n House.
Woodstock, N.B.
C.   A.   Greenleaf,
Pres	
Barron, Merrill J
& Barron... . \
R. D. Rounsevel
Wilbur & Stevens'n
T. J. Boyer	
Grand Hotel Co..
Mrs. W. O'Brien.
Mrs. M. Bird ....
Misses Ellis	
E. M. Nichols  ...
Misses Wilson....
Victoria	
Yarmouth, N.S-
Boarding House ...
i
Queen	
Wilson House	
112 EASTERN   TOURS
Atxnm-
	
in il'tu
Bate
Bate
NAME OF HOTEL
PROPRIETOR.
for how
per
pel-
from Ry.
many
(lay
week
station
purs ils
York, Me.
J Atlantic House G. E. Gordon	
100
$2.00
$8.00to 15.00
tConcord House !R. B, Morgan....
50
2.00
7.00 to 12.00
JFairmount House ..
A. D. Walker....
100
2.50
9.00 to 16.0(1
Fairview House....
G. E. Gordon....
50
1.50
7.00 to 12.00
Freeman Inn   	
F. A. Gale	
50
1.25
7.00 to 8.O0
{Garrison House	
J. H. Sanborn....
75
2.50 to 3.O0
10.00 to 16.00
* Hotel Albracca	
Baker & Baker ..
150
2.00to3.00
14.00 to 20.00
* Harmon House and
Cottages   	
J. H. Varrell	
100
2.50 to 3.0015.00to20.0C
{Hotel Rockaway...
II. A. Mitchell ...
80
2.00 to 2.5012.00 to 15.0C
"Marshall House —
E. S. Marshall...
300
2.50 to 3.5015.00 to 25.0C
-Norwood Cottage.. J. E. Norwood...
60
2.00       8.00 tol2.0C
!Ocean House F. A. Ellis & Co..
300
2.00 to 3.0010.00 to 18.0C
J^Pasaconawav Inn..
Ilarvev & Wood.
150
5.00
25.00 to 50.0C
J Union Bluff Hotel..
H. C. Jon s	
75
1.50to2.0C
8.00 to 14.0C
* Varrell   House   and
Varrell Bros	
100
2.00to3.0C
1.2.00 to 18.0C
{Young's Hotel	
J. F. Young	
300
2.50 to 4.00
12.00 to 25.00
* R.R. Station, York Harbor,
t R.R. Station, York Beach.
t R.R. Station, Long Beach.
§ Located at York Cliffs, Me.
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113 List ol Agencies
Cincinnati....Ohio..Geo. A. Clifford, Trav. Pass'r Agent.
Detroit Mich.
Amoy China..Jardlne, Matheson & Co.
Baltimore Md..C. G. Ostium 129K. Baltimore St.
Batavia Java..MacLaine, Watson & Co.
Bombay India..Ewart, Lathom & Co.   Thomas Cook & Son, 13 Rampart Road
it.,.;t.,,, -Mnoo J H.J. Colviu, District Passenger Agent 197 Washington St.
MOSIOn Mass. j w  Bensorl| city Passenger Agent	
Brisbane Qd..The British India & Queensland Agency Co., Limited.
Brockville Ont..Geo. B. McGlade, Ticket Agent j SorartHonae Ave!
Buffalo N.Y..A. J. Shulman, City Frt. and Passenger Agent....233 Main St.
( Sydney Haywood, Eastern Travelling Agent. .30 Dalhousie Sq.
Calcutta India< Gillauders, Arbuthnot& Co.
'Thomas Cook & Son 11 Old Court House St.
Canton China..Jardlne, Matheson & Co.
Chemulpo...Korea..Holmes, Ringer & Co.
C J. Francis Lee, Gen'l Agt., Passenger Dept. .228 South Clark St.
Chicago 111. < C. L. Williams, City Passenger Agent        " "
(W.R. Maclnnes, General Agent, Freight Dept..234 La Salle St.
Room D, Chamber of
Commerce Building.
Colombo Ceylon..Bols Bros.   Thoma9 Cook & Son (E. B. Creasey),
A. E. Edmonds, City Passenger Agent 11 Fort St. W.
W. A. Kittermaster, District Freight Agent....
Duluth Minn..T. H. Larke, District Agent 426 Spalding HouBe Block
Glasgow ..Scotland. Archer Baker, European Traffic Agent 67 St. Vincent St.
Halifax N.S..J.D. Chipman, Ticket Agent 105^ and 107 Hollls St.
Hamilton Ont..W. J. Grant, Commercial Agent Cor. King and James Sts.
Hankow China..Jardlne, Matheson & Co.
Hong Kong D. E. Brown, General Agent, China and Japan, etc.
Honolulu H.L.Theo. H. Davies & Co., Limited.
Kingston..Jamaica..Gerald A. Morals Cor. Port Royal and Orange Sts.
Kobe Japan..F. S. Morse.
Liverpool Eng..Archer Baker, European Traffic Agent 7 Jame9 St.
i ..„.),.„            -ew 5 Archer Baker, European Traffic ( 67&6S King William St. E.C.
London Eng. |       Agent.....  }   and 30 Cockspur St. S.W.
London Ont..T. R. Parker, Ticket Agent 161 Dundas St.
Malta  Turnhull, Jr., & Somervllle, Correspondents.
Melbourne Aus..A.U.S.N. Co., Limited.   Thomas Cook & Son.
Milwaukee ... .Wis. .Robert Bruce, Freight Agent 84 Michigan St.
Minneapolis.Minn..\V. B. Chandler, Agent, Soo Line 119 South Third St.
W. F. Egg, City Passenger Agent 129 St. James St.
J. Corbett, Foreign Freight Agent—Board of Trade Building
Nagasaki Japan..Holme, Ringer & Co.
N.Whatcom.Wash..W.H. Gordon, Passenger Agent  1293 Dock St.
»A_Vni,i,        w -V-5E, V. Skinner, General Eastern Agent 358 Broadway
J>ew lorn N . Y j Land iuld lmmlgratl0u offlc0 1 Broadway
Niagara Falls. N.Y..D. Isaacs, Prospect House.
Ottawa Ont..J. E. Parker, City PasBenger Agent 42 Sparks St.
( Hernu, Peron & Co., Ticket AgentB..61 Boulevard Haussmann
Paris Frances Interiifltional Sleeping Car Co 3 Place de l'Opera
( Thos. Cook & Son 1 Place de l'Opera.
Philadelphia .. Pa..H. McMurtrie, Freight and Passenger Agent. j Ctostautfsts?
Pittsburg Pa. .F. W. Salsbury, Freight and Passenger Agent, 409 Smith Bldg.
Portland Me. .G. H. Thompson, Ticket Agent, Maine Central Rd..Union Depot
Portland Ore..H. H. Abbott, Passenger Agent 146 Third St.
Pt.Townsend.Wash. William A. Pfelffer 106 Taylor St.
Quebec Que. .George Duncan, Passenger Agent Opposite Post Office
KnnlrSiro Mnrie   Mich  S F> E- Kctchurn, Depot Ticket Agent.
hauit Ste. marie, Mien. jT  K  Harvey, Agent Dock Office
Montreal Quel
St. John N.B J
A. H. Notman, Assistant General Passenger Agent.
W. H. C. Mackay, City Ticket Agent Chubb's Corner
St. Louis Mo. .W. M. Porteous, Freight Agent   315 Chestnut St.
St. Paul Minn .H. E. Huntington, Agent, Soo Line. .898 Robert St., Hotel Ryan
s.,.,!?..,. ,.,.i„,„. n«i  JM. M. Stern, Dist. Frt. and Passenger Agent. .Chronicle Bldg.
sanjirancisco.cai. jGoo(Jall] Pcrkiu8 & COi Agent P.C.S.S. Co 10 Market St.
Seattle Wash..W. R. Thomson Mutual Life Building, 609 First Ave.
Shanghai China..Jardlne, Matheson & Co.
SherbrooRe...Que..E. H. Crean, Ticket Agent 6 Commercial St.
Sydney Aus. .Burns, Philp & Co., Limited 10 Bridge St.
Tacoma Wash..F. R. Johnson, Freight and Passenger Agent. .1028 Pacific Av.
Toronto Ont..C. E.McPherson, Asst. Gen'l Passenger Agent...1 King St. E.
CE. J. Coyle, District Passenger Agent.
Vancouver ... B.C. < Allan Cameron, District Freight Agent.
( James Sclater, Ticket Agent.
Victoria B.C..B. W. Greer, Freight and Passenger Agent...Government St.
Washington ..D.C..W. W. Merkle  1229 Pennsylvania Ave.
Winnipeg Man. .W.M.McLeod, City Tkt.Agt.,Cor.Main St. and McDermott Ave.
Yokohama..Japan..Wm. T. Payne, General Traffic Agent for Japan  14Bund
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i   "V yWin/heste^ v! -\    rOfnwtf ublications
issued*?** Canadian Pacific
tfailwap Co.
"THE NEW HIGHWAY TO THE ORIENT"
'SUMMER TOURS"      "FISHING AND SHOOTING"
"SPORTSMAN'S  MAP OF CANADA"
"WESTWARD TO THE  FAR  EAST"
"EAST TO THE WEST"
GUIDES TO THE   PRINCIPAL   CITIES   OF JAPAN   AND   CHINA   By THE
WESTERN   AND   EASTERN   ROUTES
"TIME-TABLE WITH  NOTES"
"AROUND THE WORLD"
"CLIMATES OF CANADA"
"QUEBEC-SUMMER  AND WINTER"
"MONTREAL"
"ACROSS CANADA TO AUSTRALASIA"
"BANFF" "HAWAII"
ALSO   NUMEROUS   PAMPHLETS   DESCRIPTIVE   OF  MANITOBA, THE CANADIAN
NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES   AND   BRITISH   COLUMBIA !
"WESTERN  CANADA" "BRITISH  COLUMBIA"
"GOLD FIELDS OF B.C."
"KLONDIKE AND ATLIN  LAKE"
"NEW ONTARIO GOLD FIELDS," ETC
Most of theso publications arc bandsomcly illustrated, and contain
much useful information in interesting shape. Time-Tables with Notes
will be found a valuable companion for all Transcontinental travellers.
Copies may be obtained FREE from Agents of the Company, or will
be mailed to any address on application to undersigned.
The Company has also published a new Map, on the polar projection,
showing the whole of the northern hemisphere, and the Canaaian l'aciflc
Railway's Around the World Route in a novel and interesting way, and
another of Canada and the northern half of the United States, showing
the entire system of the Company in detail. These maps will be given
away for public and prominent display.
The Company now has on sale in its hotels, principal ticket offices,
and on the trains, several series of handsomely finished views of scenes
■done their lines of railway. Size—12 by 10 inches, in portfolios suitable
for the table (12 views in each series), price §1.00; and views 28 by 22
inches, suitable for framing (3 views in the set) in mailing tube, price $1.
c. e. Mcpherson
Asst. General Passenger Agent
l King Street Kiu.t, Toronto
H. J. COLVIN
District Passenger Agent
19/ Washington Street, Boston
W. R. CALLAWAY
General Passenger Agent
Suo Lille. MINNEAPOLIS
GEO. W. H1BBARD
General Passenger Agent M_
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic By.   i    rvl   M   STERN
MAKU.UETTE.Mich. '        '° ™
j    p   LEE District Passenger Agent
*  General ASent, PasSPnjier Dept. Chronicle bui-fflntf, San FRamci,
2'.W south Clark St., Chicago, 111. I  ....
E. J. COYLE !  D- E- BR0WN
District Passenger Agent i General Agent China and Japan
Vancouver, B.C. "
A. H. NOTMAN
E. V. SKINNER
General Eastern Agent
3*3 Broadway, hEW \ owe
A. E. EDMONDS
City Passenger Agent
11 Port Street \\ est, DETROIT, Mich.
I
HONU KONG
ARCHER  BAKER, European Traffic Agent,
67 and 68 King William Street, E.C. I LONDON, P-NU.
SO Cuckspur street. -   -   •   -   «-vv* -»
67 St. Vincent Street. GLASGOW
7 James St.eet, Liverpool
ROBT.   KERR, Traffic Manager, Lines West of Lake Superior, YS INNTPEO.
C. E. E. USSHER.Genl.Passr.Agt., Lines East of Port Arthur, liOSTBEAL.
D. McNICOLL, Passenger Traffic Manager, j:ontiieai.. No. \
SU«AtfRTOURSi*|Vj|jjf j|j
to Ouebec.MaKiti me Provinces. I\A I LflAl
Canadian
White Mountains.
Atlantic Sea Coast.
■JUANTlc
1899

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