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A  SENSIBLE   ROAD
THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC
I      RAILWAY
DS the Most Substantial and Perfectly Built Rail-way 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 in the "world*
T*OtjPI QT Q will fin.^ the New Route through Canada from
A ^   ^ * ^ the Atlantic to the Pacific unapproached for
magnificence and variety of scenery by any other litie of
travel. The rugged wildness of the North Shore of Lake
Superior, the Picturesque Lake of the Woods 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 the 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 are run in the
Tourist Season.*
THE EMPRESS STEAMSHIPS jg|
"EMPRESS OF  INDIA"       "EMPRESS  OF  JAPAN"
"EMPRESS  OF  CHINA"
placed on the Pacific by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company brings 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
SS. "MJOWERA" SS. "WARIMOO"
Between Vancouver and Victoria, B.C., and Sydney, Australia,
via Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, and Suva, Fiji, is the shortest
and most attractive route to the Antipodes.
Through Tickets from Halifax, 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, and other points in British Columbia, and to Portland, Ore., Puget Sound Ports, San Francisco, Japan, China, Straits Settlements, India, Hawaiian and
Fijian Islands, Australia, New Zealand, and Around the World.
Insist on getting your Tickets via the Canadian Pacific R'y
RATES ARE  THE  LOWEST
       —^—    _. _   - #
TOURS
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BY  THE
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Fishing and shooting Grounds
Eastern tours
western tours
Miscellaneous Tours
tours to the orient, the antipodes
and around the world
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NINTH    EDITION
Issued by Passenger Dept., Canadian Pacific Railway
MONTREAL
1895
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a Canadian Pacific Railway
HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL, CANADA
Sir W.  C.   Van   Horne, )
K.C.M.G j
T. G. Shaughnessy	
Charles Drinkwater	
George Olds	
I. G. Ogden	
Thos. Tait	
W. Sutherland Taylor. ..
D. McNicoll	
C. E. E. Ussher	
L. A. Hamilton	
H. P. Timmerman
J. W. Leonard. ..
C. W. Spencer. ..
Wm. Whyte..	
Harry Abbott ..
J. A. Sheffield
C. R. Hosmer.
President Montreal.
Vice-President Montreal.
Secretary Montreal.
General Traffic Manager Montreal.
Comptroller Montreal.
Asst. General Manager Montreal.
Treasurer Montreal.
General Passenger Agent Montreal.
Asst. Gen'l Passenger Agt Montreal.
Land Commissioner Winnipeg.
General Superintendent, \Q,   T_i,M  vro
Atlantic Division J2*** John> rs"D'
General Superintendent,
Ont. & Que. Division.
General Superintendent,
Toronto
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Montreal.
G. M. Bosworth
Robert Kerr
W. Brown ...
Eastern Division /
General Superintendent, 1 Txr.
Western Division } Winnipeg.
General Superintendent, 1 -rr
Pacific division } Vancouver.
Supt.   Sleeping,   Dining   and^ ■** ,
Parlor tars and Hotels... } Montreal.
Manager of Telegraphs Montreal.
Asst. Freight Traffic Manager, *^
Ontario & Quebec, Atlan- >Toronto,
tic & Eastern Divs J
Gen'l Freight and Passenger 1 -cXr.
Agent, W. &P. Divisions. } Winnipeg.
Asst. General Freight Agent, ) -rr
W. & P. Divisions...... [Vancouver.
Asst. General Passenger*^ 197 Washington St.,
Agent, Atlantic Division, V Boston, and St.
etc J    John, N. B.
C. E. McPherson	
H ]m^MMmm }st.John,N.B.
W. B. Bulling, Jr |%      1 ' 5- Montreal
J. N. Sutherland  -!
A. C. Henry	
General Freight Agent,
Eastern Division, etc.
General Freight Agent,
Ontario Division,
Toronto.
Archer Baker
Purchasing Agent Montreal.
European Traffic Agent....
67 &68 King William
St., E. C, and 30
Cockspur Street,
SW. London, Eng.
D. E. Brown	
E. V. Skinner ...
W. R. Callaway
C. Sheehy	
{ Genetcl.^gen^. .China! SIB } Hon^ KonS-
. .General Eastern Agent {Midway^
, .District Passenger Agent | T°^0t f King St'
District Passenger Agent,
J. F. Lee ..{
G. McL. Brown	
H.J. Colvin |
H. L. Penny	
J. H. Shearing	
C. J. Flanagan ... I
J. R. Steele	
J. Oborne	
Geo. S. Cantlie	
/Detroit, 11 Fort St.
\    West.
District Freight and Passen- \ Chicago, 232 South
ger Agent /    Clark St.
District Passenger Agent Vancouver, B.C.
New   England   Passe.nger\ Boston,   197  Wash-
Agent  : f    ington St.
Auditor of Disbursements Montreal.
Auditor of Pass. Receipts Montreal.
Auditor of Freight and Tele- \ ■«*■ ,
graph Receipts / Montreal.
Freight Claims Auditor Montreal.
Supt. Car Service Montreal.
General Baggage Agent Montreal. INDEX
Descriptive. >*t
Eastern Tours—
The Short Line to the Maritime Provinces	
To Lower St. Lawrence and Gulf Ports	
To Portland and the Sea Coast, via the White Mountains ..
To Boston, via Montreal & Boston Air Line	
To Mount Desert and the Maine Coast	
To New York via the New York Central Rd	
Western Tours—
Across the Continent,  via the C. P. Ry. Transcontinental
Route    	
To the Upper Lakes and the North-West, via the Lakes	
To the West, via Sault Ste. Marie and Rail	
To the West, via Sault Ste. Marie and Lake	
, To the North-West, via Chicago and St. Paul	
Tours on the Pacific Coast, San Francisco, Alaska, etc	
4 Alternate Routes returning from the Pacific Coast	
Miscellaneous Tours—
To the Thousand Islands and Down the St. Lawrence River
Toronto to Ottawa and Montreal, etc	
To Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Chautauqua Lake	
Tours in the Orient or Around the World	
Maps.
Eastern Lines and Connections	
Transcontinental Line and Connections	
Canadian National Park, Banff	
Summer Tours by the C. P. R	
General Information and Explanation	
Special Information Regarding Eastern Tours	
Special Information Regarding Western Tours	
Stop-over Privileges on other Lines 	
Advantages Offered To Passengers.
Round Trip Tickets v..."	
Mileage Tickets ... .•	
Commutation Trip Tickets 	
Season Tickets	
Saturday Excursion Tickets	
Sportsmen's Tickets \	
Carriage of Bicycles and Dogs	
Special Round Trip Excursion Rates	
Fishing and Shooting	
Railway and Steamship Connections.
Eastern Tours	
Western Tours	
Miscellaneous Tours	
List of Officers	
Sleeping and Parlor Car Tariff and Service	
Agencies, List of	
Tours—Eastern.
Return Trips—
Adirondack Tourist Resorts	
Albany NY...,	
Amherst N.S	
Bangor Me	
Bar Harbor (Mount Desert) Me	
Bathurst N.B \	
Bethlehem Junction N. H	
Bethlehem N H	
Boston Mass	
Page,
18 to
29 to
35 to
41 to
28
34
39
40
42
42
95 to 106
107 to 114
114 to 118
118
118 to 119
120 to 123
123
150 to 152
153 to 156
157 to 159
173 to 176
17
94
101
9
10 to 14
43 to 44
124 to 125
13 to 14
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
16
92 to 93
148 to 149
171 to 172
2
181 to 182
183
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78
78
52
48 to
49 to
f*3 INDEX
Tours—Eastern—
Return Trips—Continued—
Bic .\> P.Q. .
Cacouna .. * P. Q. .
Campbellton N.B..
Cap St. Ignace P. Q. .
Charlottetown P.E.I..
Chicoutimi P«Q* •
Childwold Park House	
Crawford House N. H..,
Dalhousie N. B..
Eastport Me	
Fabyan's   N.H...
Fredericton      N.B ..
Fulton Chain	
Gaspe ^'Q • •
Glen N.H..
Gorham N.H ..
Greenville Me ...
Halifax N.S...
Honnedaga	
Hotel Algonquin         	
Hotel Ampersand	
Hotel Wawbeek	
Intercolonial Railway Points	
Isle Verte P.Q. 1
Jefferson N.H...
Lake Clear	
Lake Placid	
Lake Memphremagog	
Lake St. John P.Q ..
Lancaster N.H...
Lisbon N.H ..'
LTslet P.Q. 1
Littleton N.H...
Little Metis P.Q...
Loon Lake House	
Loon Lake Station	
Maplewood N.H ..
McAdam June N.B...
Metapedia *\Q- • •
Moncton N.B
Montmagny P. Q. .
Mount Kineo House Me ...
Murray Bay P.Q ...
Newport Vt	
New York N.Y...
New Glasgow N.S...
North Conway N. H..
North Stratford...'. N.H. .
Old Orchard Beach Me....
Paul Smith's Station	
Paul Smith's Hotel	
Perce   P.Q...
Pictou N.S...
Plymouth '. N.H...
Poland Springs	
Portland Me	
Portsmouth N.H...
Profile House   N.H...
Richibucto N.B	
Rimouski P Q ..
Riviere du Loup   P*Q • • •
Rustic Lodge	
St. Andrews N.B—
Ste. Anne    ...P.Q. ..
Page.
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63
63
63
52 to 53
53 to 54
46
78
63
54
78
55
46
55
55, 78
78
55
56 to 62
46
46
46
46
63
63
78
46
46
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64
78
78
63
78
63
46
46
78
64
63
63
63
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61
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65 to 68
63
78
78
68 to 69
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69 to 70
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——    - Tours—Eastern.
Return Trips—Continued.
St. Flavie . i P.Q	
St. Jean Port Jolie P.Q	
St. John N.B	
St. Johns Newfoundland
St. Paschal P.Q	
Saranac Club	
Saranac Inn Hotel	
Saranac Inn Station	
Saranac Lake	
Summerside P. E. I	
Sydney Cape Breton..
Tadousac P.Q	
Trenton Falls	
Trois Pistoles P.Q	
Truro N.S	
Tupper Lake June	
Tupper Lake House	
Twin Mountain N.H	
Weirs N.H	
Whitefield N.H	
Wawbeek Lodge	
White Lake	
White Mountains Resorts	
75 to
76 to
Single Trips—
Adirondack Tourist Resorts	
Bar Harbor Me...
Bethlehem June N.H. ,
Bethlehem N.H.
Boston Mass.
Childwold Park House	
Crawford House    N.H.
Fabyans   N.H.
Fulton Chain '	
Glen Station N.H.
Halifax  N.S.. J
Honnedaga	
Hotel Algonquin	
Hotel Ampersand	
Hotel Wawbeek	
Jefferson  N.H.
Lake Clear	
Lake Placid	
Lancaster    N. H. ,
Lisbon N.H. .
Littleton N.H. .
Loon Lake House	
Loon Lake Station	
Maplewood N.H. .
New York N.Y. .
North Conway   N.H. .
Old Orchard Me.   .
Paul Smith's Hotel	
Paul Smith's Station	
Portland   Me...
Profile House N.H. .
Rustic Lodge	
St. Andrews   N.B. .
St. John I N.B. .
Saranac Club	
Saranac Inn Hotel	
Saranac Inn Station  	
Saranac Lake	
Trenton Falls	
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Tours—Eastern.
Single Trips—Continued.
Tupper Lake Junction	
Tupper Lake House	
Twin Mountain N.H	
Wawbeek House	
Whitefield    N.H	
White Lake	
White Mountains and   Seaside  Resorts, via Newport...
Side Trips—
Bethlehem June, to Bethlehem and Return	
Bethlehem June, to Profile House and Return	
Boston to Cottage City, Mass., and Return	
Boston to Narragansett Pier, R.I., and Return	
Boston to Newport, R. I., and Return	
Fabyans to Summit of Mount Washington and Return	
Fredericton June, to Fredericton and Return	
Greenville to Mount Kineo House and Return	
Lennox ville or Sherbrooke to Greenville and Return	
^Lennoxville or Sherbrooke to Lake Megan tic and Return.
McAdam June, to Woodstock, N.B., and Return	
McAdam June, to St. Andrews and Return	
Magog to Newport, Vt., and Return	
Newport, Vt., to Magog and Return	
Portland to Old Orchard Beach and Return	
Portland to Biddeford, Me., and Return	
Portland to Kennebunkport, Me., and Return	
Portland to Scarboro, Me., and Return	
Portsmouth, N.H., to Isle of Shoals and Return.. .*	
Portsmouth, N.H., to North Hampton, N.H., and Return
Portsmouth, N.H., to Rye Beach, N.H., and Return	
Quebec to Cape Tourmente and Return *	
Quebec to Ha Ha Bay, Chicoutimi, and Return	
Quebec to Chicoutimi and Return	
Quebec to Lake Edward and Return	
Quebec to Lake Joseph and Return	
Quebec to Lake St. John and Return	
Quebec to Montmorency Falls and Return	
Quebec to Ste. Anne de Beaupre and Return	
Quebec to St. Raymond and Return	
St. Andrews to St. Stephen and Return	
St. Andrews to Eastport and Return	
St. Andrews to Campobello and Return	
St. John, N.B., to Annapolis and Return	
St. John, N.B., to Digby and Return	
St. John, N.B., to Fredericton and Return ,
St. John, N.B., to Yarmouth and Return	
From Weir's, round Lake Winnipesaukee •	
Tours—Western .
Return Trips—
Agassiz B.C	
Alaska (Sitka, etc.) :	
Algoma Mills Ont	
Ashland Wis	
Banff Hot Springs Alba	
Chicago Ill	
Columbia Lakes    B.C	
Duluth Minn	
Fort William Ont	
Houghton Mich.	
Killarney Ont	
Mackinac Island Mich	
Marquette Mich	
Nelson B.C	
Nepigon Ont	
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127 to 128
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129 to 131
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132 to 133
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135 to 136
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Tours—Western.
Return Trips—Continued.
Portland , Ore	
St. Paul Minn	
San Francisco Cal	
Sault Ste. Marie Mich	
Seattle Wash	
Spokane Falls Wash	
Tacoma Wash	
Vancouver B.C	
Victoria B.C	
Winnipeg  Man	
Side Trips—
Agassiz, B.C., to Harrison Hot Springs and Return	
Fort William or Port Arthur, Ont., to Nepigon and Return
Golden, B.C., to Columbia Lakes and Return	
Revelstoke, B.C., to Bonner's Ferry, Ida., and Return	
Revelstoke, B.C., to Nelson, B.C., and Return	
Revelstoke, B.C., to Robson,  B.C., and Return	
Revelstoke, B.C., to Northport, Wash., and Return	
Revelstoke, B.C., to Spokane Falls, Wash., and Return...
Robson, B.C., to Nelson, B.C	
Sicamous to Penticton	
Spokane Falls, Wash., to Banff Hot Springs and Return..
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.. to Mackinac Island and Return....
Victoria, B.C., to Alaska and Return	
'.N.Y.*.
Tours—Miscellaneous .
Return Trips—
Ip,  Abenakis Springs	
Alexandria Bay	
Attean Lake (Jackman) Maine	
Buffalo :... v: N. Y	
Caledonia Springs Ont	
Chautauqua Lake N. Y	
Cleveland Ohio	
Detroit Mich	
Kingsville Ont	
Mastigouche House P. Q	
Montreal P.Q	
Niagara Falls N. Y. and Ont
North Bay Ont '.
Ottawa Ont	
Penetang Ont	
Quebec j     P. Q	
St. Leon Springs P'Q	
Thousand Islands Ont	
Toronto Ont	
Toronto and Chicago	
Toronto and Detroit	
Tours—Miscellaneous .
Side Trips—
Brockville or Prescott to Montreal, via Ottawa
Brockville to Ottawa and Return to Prescott...
Brockville to Westport and Return	
Buffalo to Cleveland and Return	
Calumet to Caledonia Springs and Return	
Louiseville to St. Leon Springs and Return.. ..
Montreal to St. Leon Springs and Return	
Montreal to Prescott, via Ottawa	
Montreal to Ottawa and Return '..
Montreal to Quebec and Return	
Montreal to Mastigouche House and Return.. .
Smith's Falls to Anglers Inn and Return	
Toronto to Niagara Falls and Return	
Toronto to Niagara-on-the-Lake and Return...
Toronto to St. Catharines and Return	
Walkerville June. to Kingsville and Return....
Page.
137 to 138
138 to 139
139 to 140
140 to 142
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143 to 144
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Tours to the Orient and Antipodes.
Hong Kong, China, and Return
Shanghai, China, and Return...
Sydney, N.S.W., and Return .
Yokohama, Japan, and Return.
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'—-— —— Summer Tours
By the Canadian Pacific Railway.
IS easy to determine upon taking
a summer outings but it is not so
easy to decide where to g*o. Time
and purse are factors that assert
themselves, and it is with the
intent to assist that this little book
is published. The Canadian
Pacific Railway offers peculiar
facilities to intending* holiday
makers. Whether the mountains,
the prairies or the sea be desired
its lines lead to the most pleasarit
places. Nor is the tourist limited
to land travel or even to the
American continent. The great
lakes which provide an interesting and health-giving trip are
traversed by the Company's Clyde-built steamers, and the tourist
who has sixty days for his holiday can cross the continent traversing the great ranges of the Rocky Mountains and the Selkirks,
cross the ocean in one of the fastest and most perfect steamships
that have ever floated on the Pacific, spend a month in Japan,
and return to the Atlantic cities within two months of his departure, or even in less time he can visit the charming* Hawaiian
Islands or "do | Alaska. 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 stopover privileges enabling* him to wander about Japan, inspect the
chief cities of China 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 short guides and
maps compiled from trustworthy sources. They are called
"Westward to the Far East " (a guide to the principal cities in
Japan and China), | Across Canada to Australia/' "Alaska," and
"Around the World," and can be obtained free of charge on application to any agent of the Railway Company, or to the Passenger
Department of the Railway at Montreal. 1
General Information
HE 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 ist
toSeptember 30th, and are available for travel until November
ist 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 pag*es 13 and 14.
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 marked " 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 Side-Trip rates cannot
be obtained at the junction point where the side trip diverges
from 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 marked 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.
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Children between the ages of 5 and 12 years will be charged
half fare; 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 parties of fifteen or more first-class passengers,
or on payment of that 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 the whole or a part of
the ticket, the portion unused should be returned not later than
November 30th, 1895, to the General Passenger Agent of the
Canadian Pacific Railway, at Montreal, 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 to Toronto by Richelieu & Ontario Nav. Co.to
Chippewa, Niagara Falls Park & River Electric Ry. 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 N^iagara-
on-the-Lake, thence Niagara Navigation Co.
From Niagara Falls to Toronto by Niagara Falls Park &
River Electric 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.
From Boston, Mass., to Newport, Vt., by Montreal & Boston
Air Line.
From Portland, Me., to Newport, Vt., by the Maine Centra!
Rd. to Lunenburg via Fabyans, thence Boston & Maine Rd.
The Attention of Tourists is directed to the special information
preceding the Eastern and Western Tours.
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 be obtained on application to any
ticket agent of the Railway Company, or to any officer of the
Passenger Department mentioned on inside front and back pages.
Correspondence is respectfully invited.
C. E. E. USSHER, D. MoNICOLL,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent, General Passenger Agent,
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Adirondack & St. Lawrence Line.
See N. Y. C. & H. R. R.
Anchor Line.
Stop-over of fifteen days allowed at any intermediate point.
Bangor & Aroostook Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor.
Bay of Quinte Ry. & Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Bennington & Rutland Rd.
*      S Stop-over checks good for thirty days issued upon application to conductor.
,Boston & Albany Rd.
Stop-over allowed for ten days on notice to conductor.
Boston & Maine Rd. i^j
Stop-over for ten days allowed at any station (except between Ware,
Concord, Wilmington, Stoneham, Salem, Marble Head or Reading
and Boston) on notice to conductor.
Canada Atlantic Railway.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
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.
Concord & Montreal Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor.
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 Steam Nav. Co.
Stop-over allowed at Oakland Hotel, Alpena, and Mackinac on notice to
purser.
Fall River Line (Old Colony S. B. Line).
Stop-over allowed at Newport, R.I., in either direction, on notice to
purser.
Fitchburg Rd. ?|j|
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Grand Trujik Railway.
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 allowed at any station on notice to 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. 14
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Lake Michigan & Lake Superior Transportation Co.
Stop-over allowed at all points except Milwaukee.
Lehigh Valley Rd.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Maine Central Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor, except on Excursion tickets, which are 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.
Mount Washington Railway.
No intermediate stops.
New Bedford, Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket S. B. Line.
Stop-over allowed for ten days on notice to purser.
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor.
New York, Lake Erie & Western Rd.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
New York & New England Rd.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
New York, New Haven & Hartford Rd.
One stop-over allowed on each division on notice to conductor.
Niagara Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to the purser.
North Shore Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
Old Colony Steamboat Co. (Fall River Line).
Stop-over allowed at Newport, R.I., in either direction, on notice to purser.
Ottawa River Navigation Co.
Step-over allowed at Carillon, Grenville and  L'Orignal for Caledonia
Springs—at other points on notice to purser.
Portland, Mt. Desert & Maohias Steamboat Line.
Stop-over allowed at any landing on notice to purser.
Portland Steam Packet Line.
Steamers make no intermediate landings.
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor
Providence Line.
Steamers make no intermediate landing.
Quebec Central Ry.
Stop-over allowed on through tickets reading between Quebec and Sherbrooke 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.
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg Rd.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain Rd.
Stop-over of ten days allowed at any station on notice to conductor.
St. Lawrence River S. B. Co.
No stop-over allowed.
Thousand Island Steamboat Co.
No stop-over allowed.
West Shore Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor.
Western Transit Co.
Stop-over of fifteen days allowed at any intermediate port.
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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 regular 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 Junction, are sold at principal stations.
Commutation Trip Tickets, limited to three months, good
for ten trips for families and their guests travelling singly or in
parties, and good for 26 and 52 trips available for six members of
one family, are on sale between cities and their suburban resorts,
within a radius of about forty miles, at rates varying from one to
tWo cents per mile.
Season Tickets, g*ood for one round trip per day between
any two stations, for periods of one to twelve months, can be
purchased at all stations in Canada, east of Port Arthur, and the
extremely low rates at which they are sold are so graded that
continuous purchasers from month to month are required to pay
very little more than the twelve months' rate. Special rates are
made for students, and an extended age-limit is allowed for half
tickets, on surrender of a certificate from the principal of the
school attended by the applicant.
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,
I consisting of tents, canoes under 20 feet in length, camp utensils,
etc., including a fish or game catch of 50 lbs. in weight, will be
carried free for each sportsman. Full particulars as to rates,
localities, etc., can be obtained from any ticket agent of the
Company. A perusal of the pamphlet % Fishing and Shooting on
the Canadian Pacific Railway j is recommended. A copy can be
procured on application to any of the Company's agents.
Bicycles (estimated weight 150 lbs. each), and Baby Carriages (estimated weight 75 lbs. each), will be checked at owner's
risk to stations on Canadian Pacific Ry. as personal baggage,
but no more than one bicycle or 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, except as specially provided for sportsmen.
Special Round Trip Excursion Parties. Reduced rates for
such parties are made when eight or more passengers are
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Fishing and Shooting
THE   Canadian  Pacific  Railway  has   rendered  accessible
several large tracts of country prolific of game, that have
hitherto been reserved by natural difficulties for Indians,
or those white men who could afford to spend the greater
part of the season in their sporting trip.      It has obviated
weary delays in getting into the game country, brought these
fields within the reach of slender purses, and provided comfort
and luxury for sportsmen going far afield for their game.    Not
very many years ago, the wild fowl, the grouse and the big game
of Manitoba,and the prairies and mountains beyond that Province,
fell only to the guns of settlers or roving Indians.    The well
stocked streams of the country bordering on Lake Superior, as
well as those in untried parts of Northern Maine and New Brunswick, were unfished by man,  except in one or two of the more
accessible localities, and the " Big Horns § of the Rockies, the
mountain goat and the bear of that range, and of the Selkirks
were  seldom, if ever, startled by the sound of a modern rifle.
From the shores of the Atlantic to the waters of the Pacific there
is not a hundred miles of the Canadian Pacific Railway that does
not pass within ken of some good country for sport. There is much
variation in the sport along the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway.    At many points good shooting and good fishing* may be had
in the one locality, and a sporting trip may be arranged to fall
within the dates when shooting may be combined with fishing for
a short time, or follow close after.    In some of the Eastern districts the finest fishing is found in the haunts of caribou, deer and
moose, while feathered game is scarce or difficult to get at.    In
others there is excellent field shooting, while the fishing is of a
kind differing altogether from that in some other part of the road.
In  one  part of the Western district the pennated grouse and
prairie chickens, geese and wild fowl generally are thick,  while
the fishing is confined almost entirely to trolling.    In other parts
of the Far West there is excellent fishing and plenty of big game.
Again on the western verge of the prairies there is first-rate trout
fishing and plenty of feathered and big game, and in this guide
the tourist, who is also a sportsman, Vvi'l find general information
that will facilitate his making his plans before leaving home.   An
intending sportsman, however, should procure from the C. P. R.
offices at Montreal,  or from the Company's agents,  a  copy of
|j Fishing and Shooting," in which  he will find closer  directions
and more detailed information.
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The Short Line to the Maritime Provinces of Canada.
Through the Province of Quebec and
the State of Maine.
ONTREAL may be regarded as the starting* point of
Eastern Tours on the Canadian Pacific Railway, from
the station on Windsor Street, itself one of the sights of
Montreal. This is an imposing stone structure, somewhat resembling in its frontage on two streets the keep
of a Norman castle. It is a rare combination of architectual
beauty, comfort and elegance. No expense was spared to ensure
its thorough adaptation to the purpose in view, and it is undoubtedly one of the handsomest buildings in the city, and a fitting
illustration of the enterprise of the road. 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, an illustration of how modern
skill can blend luxury and comfort; and last, but not least, the
dining-room, the antipodes of those railway dining-rooms whose
peculiarities afford so many opportunities to the comic journalists
of America.
Five miles west of the starting point is Montreal Junction,
from whence run the lines to Toronto, Ottawa, Quebec and
Winnipeg, and south to 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, 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 the passage of
great steamers, some idea may be obtained of what a formidable
task its construction was. The masonry was commenced March
18th, 1886, and completed on November 12th of the same year.
The manufacture of the superstructure was commenced February
15th, 1886, and completed on July 30th, 1887. The bridge cost
over one million dollars.
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.
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At Brigham 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 farther 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 George-
ville, the Revere House, near Elephantis ; the Mountain House,
at the foot of Owl's Head, and the favorite resort of Newport.
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 to either 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 city often
thousand inhabitants, containing many handsome buildings,
prosperous manufacturing* and business interests, and picturesque
surroundings. Tourists from Quebec can here join the "Short
Line " by taking the Quebec Central Ry. from Levis (directly
opposite Quebec) to Sherbrooke.
Three miles from Sherbrooke, Lennox ville 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 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 is one steamer
at present 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
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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.
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
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State of Maine is netted with lovely waters, great and small,
famous for their trout, and haunted by many moose, caribou and
deer, and grouse, ad lib. Through the very fairest portions of
this pleasing scenery the " Short Line 1 runs.
Passing through some very attractive country for ashort
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
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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 ot these forest wilds, is about forty miles long
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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 a most enjoyable si4e-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 of 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 above the water, and forming one of the most interesting
features of the State of Maine. Kineo has long been a favorite
resort, and the commodious Mount Kineo House in the very
shadow of the mountain offers first-class accommodation. The
rates charged are very reasonable. A large general store is
close by, where camp supplies, fishing tackle, etc., may be
secured. Guides, boats, canoes and camp outfits may all be
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 thfe 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 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 wild-
ness, 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 landlocked salmon.    Aft£!r passing Vanceboro and crossing the St. 24
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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., and Presque
Isle, Me., to the north, and for Calais, Me., St. Stephen, N.B.,
and St. Andrews, N.B., to the south.
St. Andrews bids fair to be an important shipping point. It is
now attracting the attention it deserves, and is fast becoming a
popular seaside resort.
St. Andrews is situated on a peninsula five miles long, which
extends into Passamaquoddy bay, which is 17 miles long by six
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miles wide. It is a town of nearly 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
of the coast of Maine. Good salt and fresh water fishing can be
enjoyed within a short distance ; the roads are perfect, which
renders driving a most enjoyable amusement, and the facilities
for yachting and boating cannot be surpassed. 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 I
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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 fine new 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, Magagua-
davic and Harvey lakes are added to the many queer-named
waters left behind, and Fredericton Junction is reached, where
connections are made for Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick. From this pleasant stopping place excursions can be made
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region of lakes and streams contiguous to the Atlantic Division
of the Canadian Pacific System.
A vision of beauty greets the tourist as th^e first glimpse is
caught of the St. John river, sometimes spoken of as the " Rhine
of America." This river rises in the State of Maine, and flows
over 450 miles before emptying its flood into the harbor on the
Bay of Fundy through a rocky chasm only some 500 feet wide.
The most fascinating spectacle of all its many pleasing features
is the wonderful fall, the " reversible cataract " that changes its
flow with the tide. At high tide the sea has a descent of fifteen
feet into the river, and at low tide the conditions are exactly
reversed. Only at half tide, or slack water, can this portion of
the stream be navigated with safety ; at all other times it is a
rushing, roaring, seething turmoil of waters, setting up or down
stream as the tide is high or low.
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St. John was well nigh destroyed by the great conflagration
of June 20th, 1877 ; but a new city sprang from its ashes, and
to-day it is a bustling centre of modern pattern. There are many
beautiful drives in the neighborhood. Leaving the city we can
ascend Fort Howe, and a magnificent view may be had of Portland at the foot of the hill, the city, the harbor, and all the picturesque surroundings, including the distant hills of Nova Scotia.
The banks of the Kennebecasis, the drive to Lake Lomond over
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bridge ; along the Manawagonish road in full view of the Bay of
Fundy ; through Carleton ; the ruins of ancient Fort La Tour,
etc., etc. The climate of St. John is beautiful, and a very superior natural bathing-place will be found at the bay shore near
Carleton.
The Intercolonial Ry. connects St. John and Halifax, passing
through the thriving towns of Moncton, Amherst and Truro.    At
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Painsec Junction a branch line diverges to Point du Chene, connecting with steamers for Prince Edward Island ; from Sackville
another line runs to Cape Tormentine, and from Truro a branch
line runs to Pictou, one of the most beautifully situated towns in
the province, where connections are made for Charlottetown,
P. E. I., direct. From Truro a 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. There is also rail communication between Point
Tupper, opposite Mulgrave, and the Sydneys. From St. John
there is a pleasant trip by steamer up the river to Fredericton ;
and steamers cross the Bay of Fundy to Digby Gut and Annapolisj
also to Yarmouth, N.S. Annapolis is the site of the earliest
French settlement in Acadia, and from thence Halifax, on the
eastern Nova Scotian sea coast, is reached by the Dominion
Atlantic Ry., which runs through the Annapolis valley, immortalized by Longfellow as the home of Evangeline.
Halifax, the capital of the province, is situated on Bedford
Basin, in which 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 the 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 N.W. Arm ; Prospect road
and round Herring Cove; around Bedford Basin by Dartmouth ;
to Waverly and Portobello ; to Cow Bay, and a dip in the roaring surf; these and many more are offered. 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 communication with all parts of the world by steam
or sailing vessels. A more interesting spot for the tourist than
the city by the sea would be difficult to find.
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The Lower St. Lawrence Resorts, the Saguenay, Gaspe,
Newfoundland and Gulf Ports.
^* INCE first the pioneers of summer travel began their search
^^    for the beautiful or magnificent in Canadian scenery, the
@J    region of the Lower St. Lawrence has steadily grown in
popularity.
The by-water portion of the trip to the Saguenay and the
Lower St. Lawrence properly begins at Quebec, which in several
ways is one of the most interesting on the continent of America.
It has been called the Gibraltar of America, a misnomer which
might with propriety be changed to the Gibraltar of the St.
Lawrence.
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 timber trade
alone being enormous. 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.
From the citadel and Dufferin Terrace there is a grand view
of the silver basin and a lovely pastoral landscape ; well tilled
farms and neat farm houses, pretty villages on either side
of the river ; the lovely falls of Montmorency ; the river St.
Charles ; Point Levis, with its immense forts ; Isle d'Orleans, and
far away, the dark promontory of Cape Tourmente and the
Laurentian mountains.
At the eastern end of Dufferin Terrace is the new palatial
Chateau Frontenac, which ranks with the leading metropolitan
hotels in every particular. It is a magnificent seven-story structure, erected by the Canadian Pacific Railway Co., at a cost
of nearly a million dollars. Built after the style of the old
chatteaux of France, it 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.
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
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Laurentian 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 to enter St. Paul's
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Passing the Cape Eboulements you reach Murray Bay on the
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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, Thex 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 River 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 water. 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 between 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. It is the
home of. the wonderful ouananiche, a variety of the land-locked
salmon and a royal fighter when hooked. Many surprising tales
of 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 new 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
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routes  for  hundreds   of miles into   the unexplored wilderness,
where the daring voyageur can travel whither he will.
The Quebec & Lake St. John Ry. runs to Roberval, a
picturesque little village situated directly upon the lake shore.
Upon a gentle elevation, commanding a fine view of the lake
and neighboring country, stands the new Hotel Roberval, a
comfortable, well-built, nicely furnished and well-managed house,
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 Discharge, 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 fronr
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 pleas-
"ing, 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, bead work, basket work, 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 hotel accommodation will be found-at the Village of St
Raymond on the River Ste. Anne, and from this centre fishing
and canoeing excursions may be 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 ^hrine 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, and affords a most interesting side trip.
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 the 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
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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, etc., swing into the Bay of Chaleur and so on to
their destination. This trip can be heartily recommended, and
those who dread the fell mal 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 Meta-
pedia river to the Bay of Chaleur, passing through a rugged
heavily timbered country, intersected by rapid rivers that furnish
salmon fishing famed throughout the wrorld.
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 there each season. Excellent accommodation is afforded
by the comfortable Inch Arran hotel which stands right on the
beach 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. -  -%m
III
To Portland and the Sea Coast via the White Mountains,
ANADIANS 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 Cana-
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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 our notes on the Short Line to Maritime Provinces, etc. 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
St. Johnsbury, 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 discernible 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 the Presidential range. From
Lunenburg the Maine Central Rd. is taken. mmm^^
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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 Ammonoosuc river being followed into the interjor
of the group, beyond which a pass affords egress to North
Conway, from which point the road runs to Portland and Boston.
"OLD MAN OF THE MOUNTAIN."
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,
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is obtained of Mount Washington. The several picturesque
villages to the north about Cherry Mountain, Randolph and
Jefferson, are easily accessible by stage. 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 Merrimac.||Close at hand, projecting from the brow of a
tremendous cliff, is the mighty profile of the " Old Man of the
Mountain." 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 Hotel, 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 feet above
the sea.
The summit of the mountain is occupied by a large hotel, a
signal station of the United States Weather Service, a newspaper office, and the stables and offices of the stage company.
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.
From the top of Mount Washington a stage leaves once a day
for Glen Station via Glen Site, which is situated at the northern base
of the peak between Mount Washington and the Carter mountains,
lying immediately east of the Presidential range, and overlooking the Peabody valley and fronting an amphitheatre formed
of the five highest mountains in New England, only some three
or four miles distant. No hills interfere with the view and it is
the only point where their unobstructed height and breadth can be
gauged and an intelligent idea be gained of their imposing proportions. From Glen Site roads and footpaths extend throughout
the most lofty and beautiful section of the White Mountains and
some of the wildest and least visited scenery in New Hampshire
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wagons reach a lovely pastoral region northward, several exquisite waterfalls, and the valley of Jackson river, along which the
main road from Glen Site to Glen Station finds its way through
the mountains. The trip over the mountains to Glen Site, and
by stage to Glen Station, as a divergence from the all-rail route
through the Crawford Notch, is one of the most enjoyable of the
whole   series.     Stages   meet  every  important ' train   at   Glen
Station and carry passengers to Glen Site and to several other
resorts in the Jackson and Peabody valleys.
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 mile1 beyond Fabyans,
stands the Mount Pleasant House, 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
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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 skillful engineering along the sheer western slope of
Mounts Willey and Field, 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 the
Intervale House to North Conway, where the valley expands,
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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 arid the Maritime
Provinces. This is a rich farming country, presenting charming
landscapes and many different tours, including those leading to
Bar Harbor, Old Orchard Bleach, Poland Springs, the Maritime
Provinces, Boston, etc.    In the immediate vicinity of Portland bor^":
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are several noted resorts much frequented by Canadians, including Cape Elizabeth, Cushing's Island, Peak's Island and other
attractive places.
IV.
To Boston via the Montreal and Boston Air Line.
In this case the route followed 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
recrossed several times ere its mouth is reached, a few miles
before arriving at Wells River Junction. The Connecticut is
here crossed, and proceeding southward over the hilly region
that divides the tributaries of the Connecticut from those of the
Merrimac, we descend towards the Merrimac valley by way
of the gorge of Baker's river, one of the headwaters of the Pemi-
gewasset. 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 Moosi-
lauke 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 Pemige-
wasset, 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 Winnipe-
saukee's shore is reached, with the villages of Lakeport,
Laconia and Weir's, with good hotels and all facilities for spending a holiday; Weir's being the landing-place for the steamers
plying upon the lake. At the town 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 Merrimac 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.
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Mount Desert and the Maine Coast
HAT 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 to 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,
Newbury port, Portsmouth, 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. 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 Rd., or by
steamer from Rockland 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 Moun-
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tain, from which an unequalled view of the sea, the straits and an
immense landscape inland is obtained. Good paths have been
made to the tops 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.
VI.
To New York via the New York Central Rd.
The New York Central Rd. has this season opened its
route from Montreal to New York, and its trains will run in and
out of the Canadian Pacific Ry.'s Windsor Street station in
Montreal.
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 shore of the Hudson
river. 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.
tei-^:.j&-qtF*k*^*: 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 Dalhousie
Square 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, 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., and 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. :
Return Trips
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SPECIAL  INFORMATION.
Purchasers of Tourist tickets reading via Quebec to eastern
points, who request the privilege at the time of buying their ticket,
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.
One Way rates for Eastern Tours quoted herein from Sault
Ste. Marie and Fort William apply only by Routes i and 2.
Round Trip rates for Eastern Tours quoted herein from
Sault Ste. Marie and Fort William apply in both directions only
by Route 1.
For tickets reading in both directions by routes 2 to 4 or
going by any one of the routes 1 to 4, returning by another, the
rates from Sault Ste. Marie will be $3.50 and from Fort William
$2.50 more.
Rates from Fort William will apply from Port Arthur.
Routes.
1. Canadian Pacific   Steamship  Line   to Owen   Sound or
Windsor.
Canadian Pacific Ry.
2. Canadian Pacific Ry.
3. Canadian Pacific Ry. to North Bay.
Grand Trunk Ry. to Toronto.
Canadian Pacific Ry.
4. Canadian Pacific Steamship Line to Sault Ste. Marie.
Canadian Pacific Ry. to North Bay.
Grand Trunk Ry. to Toronto.
Canadian Pacific Ry.
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MARITIME   PROVINCES, LOWER ST. LAWRENCE,
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To Adirondack Tourist Resorts.
Route R 1
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal    14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd | Destination 313
Return same route. R
Route R 2
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd | Loon Lake Station  313
Stage  § Loon Lake House 305
Return same route. R
Route R 3
Canadian Pacific Ry  toMontreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd | Saranac Lake 313
Stage  •.    % Ampersand  306
Return same route. R
Route R 4
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd *' Saranac Lake...
Stage " Hotel Algonquin
Return same route.
14
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Route R 5
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd U Saranac Lake  313
Saranac & Lake Placid Rd     | Lake Placid  311
Return same route. R
Route R 6
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.  ... <4 Saranac Inn Station  313
Stage '' Saranac Inn Hotel  308
Steamer *\ Destination  312
Return same route. R
Route R 7
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
Return same route. R
Route R 8
Canadian Pacific Ry.._._.  S? co Montreal
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New York Central & Hudson River Rd | Childwold 313
Stage I Childwold Park House 310
Return same route. R
Route R 9
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd | Saranac Inn Station
Stage ' | Saranac Inn Hotel..
Return same route.
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Albany, N. Y., and Return
Route R10
From Quebec $19.00
1     Montreal  14.00
|     Ottawa  19.00
I      Prescott  19.00
44     Brockville.          19.60
44      Toronto  29.00
Rates as follows :
From London $34.10
44      St  Thomas  34.50
1      Niagara Falls 31.25
44     Buffalo *$33.00... 32.25
4<     Detroit 36.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  37.25
From Fort William $51.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd *' New York ..
Return same route.
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Albany, N. Y,
, and Return.
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas  .$28.35
Niagara Falls  24.25
Buffalo  24.25
Detroit  32.95
Sault Ste. Marie 40.75
Fort William   54.75
to Montreal     14
Route R 11
From Montreal $24.25
44     Ottawa 24.25
Prescott 24.25
44      Brockville 24.25
44      Toronto 24.25
44     London 28-10
Qanadian Pacific Ry	
New York Central & H dson River Rd 44 Albany  313
New York Central & Hudson River Rd *4 Lewiston -   167
Niagara Navigation Co 4' Toronto     62
Canadian Pacific Ry  . i( Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. | Suspension Bridge  167
Michigan Central Rd 44 Starting Point   271
These rates are good by steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be 80 cents additional for steamer from
Toronto and 50 cents additional for steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
Bangor, Me. , and Return.
Route R 12
From Montreal .. / $17.50
44     Ottawa  22.50
44      Prescott  221.50
44      Brockville  23.10
44     Toronto  32.50
44     Niagara Falls  34.75
Rates as follows:
From Buffalo" $34.75
44      London    37.60
44     St. Thomas  38.00
44     Detroit  40.00
44      Sault Ste. Marie  49.00
44     Fort William  63.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville  253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd 4  Old town  158
Maine Central Rd | Bangor   124
Return same route. R
Route R 13
Bangor, Me., and Return.
Rates same as for Route R 12
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
250
-Boston & Maine Rd
Maine Central Rd
4 4 Lunenburg  243
Ban:
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Return same route.
124
R
Bangor, Me. , and Return,
R W
Route R 14
From Quebec $23.50
44      Montreal 19.50
44     Ottawa  24.50
Prescott 24.50
44     Brockville  25.10
44     Toronto 34.50
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls $36.75
44     Buffalo *«38.50 ... 37.75
44     London.. 39.60
44     St. Thomas  40.00
44     Detroit  42.00
44      Sault Ste Marie  51.00
 .  253
"Oldtown 158
44 Bangor  124
From Fort William $65.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville
Bangor & Aroostook Rd	
Maine Central Rd	
Maine Central Rd 44 Lunenburg        124
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Newport .  243
Canadian Pacific Rv 44 Starting Point  250
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
j Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal ; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN   TOURS
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.
Rates as follows:
Route R 15
From London $37.60
44     St Thomas  38.00
44     Niagara Falls 34.75
44     Buffalo    34.75
|     Detroit  40.00
<4     Sault Ste. Marie 49.00
From Quebec $21.50
44      Montreal   17.50
44     Ottawa 22.50
44     Prescott     2250
44     Brockville 23.10
Toronto 32.50
From Fort William   $63.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg   243
Maine Central Rd ... " Rockland. 124
Portland,    Mount    Desert    and    Machias
Steamboat Company " Bar Harbor  283
Return same route. R
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.
Route R 16
From Quebec....    t$23.00... $25.50
44     Montreal t 19.00-.. 21.50
44     Ottawa   t 24.00... 26.50
44 Prescott... t 24.00... 26.50
44 Brockville. . t 24.60... 27.10
I     Toronto I 34.00... 36.50
Rates as follows :
From London t$39.10.
St. Thomas t 39.50.
44     Niagara Falls...t 36.25
44     Buffalo t 36.25.
14     Detroit	
44     Sault Ste. Marie, t 50.50.
From Fort William t$64.50 .. $67 00
Canadian Pacific Ry   to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg	
Maine Central Rd  " Bar Harbor	
Return same route.
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.
Route R 17 Rates same as for Route R 16
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville	
Bangor & Aroostook Rd 44 Oldtown	
Maine Central Rd <4 Bar Harbor*	
Return same route.
$11.35
41.35
38.75
38.75
41.50
53.00
250
243
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158
124
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Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.    R W
Route R 18
From Quebec $26.00
44      Montreal      22.00
44     Ottawa   27.00
44     Prescott 27.00
44     Brockville 27.60
44     Toronto     37.00
Rates as follows :
From London $42.10
44     St. Thomas 42 50
44     Niagara Falls 39.25
44     Buffalo  *$41.00... 40.25
44      Detroit  44.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 53.50
From Fort William $67.50.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville  253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd <4 Oldtown  158
Maine Central Rd  44 Bar Harbor 124
Portland,     Mount    Desert   and    Machias
Steamboat Company ' j Rockland  283
Maine Central Rd    44 Lunenburg .'  124
Boston & Maine Rd | Newport  243
Canadian Pacific R}^ | Starting Point  250
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.     R W
Route R 19
From Quebec  $27.50
44      Montreal        23.50
44     Ottawa 23.50
44     Prescott 28.50
44      Brockville 29.10
44     Toronto 38.50
From Fort William.
Rates as follows :
From London   $43.60
44     St. Thomas  44.00
44     Niagara Falls 40.75
44     Buffalo *$42.50... 41.75
44     Detroit   f£  46.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie  55.00
 $69.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Bangor & Aroostook Rd 44
Maine Central Rd |
Maine Central Rd ' 44
Boston & Maine Rd "
Canadian Pacific Ry ; <4
Greenville  253
Oldtown  158
Bar Harbor  124
Lunenburg  124
Newport  243
Starting Point  250
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto. Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
* Rates prehxed * are optional Rail or   River St   Lawrence,  Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 2u7 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66> Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
t Rates prefixed f are limited to continuous passage between Portland and
Bar Harbor.
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49
Bar Harbor, Me., and Return.
Rates as follows
From Woodstock, N.B	
Fort Fairfield	
{*     Caribou	
Presque Isle 	
Route R 20
From St. John, N.B $11.00
44     Fredericton   11.00
44     St. Andrews     9.50
44     St. Stephen     9.50
44     Houlton 10.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro I
Maine Central Rd 44 Bar Harbor j
Return same route.
Continuous passage each way.   Time limit one month.
Boston, Mass., and Return.
$10.00
. 14.00
14.00
. 14.00
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Route R 21
From Quebec $18.00
Montreal  15.50
Ottawa 18.00
Prescott.  ...*$21.55 .. 17.20
Brockville... * 22.25... 17.20
Toronto * 33.50... 27.65
From Fort William *$64.00.. $58.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd     l< Wells River ...
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Nashua June ..
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston	
Return same route.
Rates as follows
From London *$38.05..
44     St Thomas    * 38.60..
14     Niagara Falls.... * 34.50..
44     Buffalo * 34.50..
';     Detroit * 39.30..
44     Sault Ste Marie. R 50.00..
$32.75
33.15
29.90
29.90
37.40
44.15
Boston, Mass.
, and Return.
Rates as follows :
From London *$38.05
Route R 22
From Quebec  $18.00
44     Montreal.... §$15.00.. 15.50
44     Ottawa  18.00
44 Prescott .... * $21.55.. 17.20
44 Brockville...* 22.25.. 17.20
44     Toronto ....*   33.50.. 27.65
From Fort William * $64.00. .$58.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport....
Boston & Maine Rd. 44 Lunenburg..
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland	
Boston & Maine Rd 4< Boston	
Return same route.
St. Thomas * 38.60.
N iagara Falls ...* 34.50.
Buffalo .* 34.50.
Detroit * 39.30.
Sault Ste. Marie.* 50.00.
250
71
245
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29.90
29.90
37.40
44.15
250
243
244
10
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Boston, Mass., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From Quebec  .$22.00    From
Montreal  18.00
Ottawa  23.00
Prescott    23.00
Brockville 23.60
Toronto    33.00
From Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Boston & Maine Rd  44
Maine Central Rd   4<
Boston & Maine Rd "
Boston & Maine Rd 4{
Concord & Montreal Rd 44
Boston & Maine Rd 44
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4
London $38.10
St. Thomas 38.50
Niagara Falls 35.25
Buffalo *$37.00.. 36.25
Detroit  40.50
Sault Ste. Marie  49.50
 $63.50
Newport 250
Lunenburg  243
Portland  244
Boston..             10
Nashua June       3
Wells River  245
Newport g     71
Starting Point  250
Boston, Mass., and Return.
Rates same as for Route R 23
R W
Route R 24
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd '. 4i Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd     4< Fabyans  124
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Nashua June  191
Boston & Maine Rd ....        44 Boston  3
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Nashua June  3
Concord & Montreal Rd " Wells River  245
Boston & Maine Rd    4 Newport  71
Canadian Pacific Ry          ** Starting Point  250
See   page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav  Co. from Toronto. Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal ; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
§ Rates prefixed § are limited to continuous passage between Portland and
Boston. 50
EASTERN  TOURS
Boston, Mass., and Return,
R W
Route R 25 Rates same as for Route R 23
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd    4 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd 44 Intervale  236
Boston & Maine Rd 4< Boston  123
Boston & Maine Rd 4* Nashua June  3
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Wells River  245
Boston & Maine Rd | Newport  71
Canadian Pacific Ry | Starting Point  250
Boston, Mass., and Return,
R W
Route R 26
From Quebec $20.00    From
44     Montreal  17.50
44     Ottawa 22.50
44     Prescott  22.50
44     Brockville  23.10
44     Toronto  32.50
From Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry  to
Boston & Maine Rd 44
Maine Central Rd 44
Steamer         .... 4 *
Boston & Maine Rd     44
Concord & Montreal Rd   4*
Boston & Maine Rd 4*
Canadian Pacific Ry., 4 4
Rates as follows
London  $37.60
St. Thomas  38.00
Niagara Falls 34.75
Buffalo *$36.50. j 35.75
Detroit  40.00
Sault Ste, Marie  49.00
 $63.00
Newport  250
Lunenburg  243
Portland 244
Boston  105
Nashua June '     3
Wells River  245
Newport     71
Starting Point  250
Boston, Mass., and Return.
R W
* Route R 27
•om Quebec $22.00   From
Montreal 22.00
Ottawa  27.00
Prescott  27.00
Brockville  27.60
Toronto.*  37.00
From Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Ferry 44
Quebec Central Ry 4 4
Boston & Maine Rd •.    4
Maine Central Rd 4£
Boston & Maine Rd 44
Boston & Maine Rd 44
Concord & Montreal Rd    4
Boston & Maine Rd 44
Canadian Pacific Ry 4*
Rates as follows
London $42.10
St. Thomas  42.50
Niagara Falls 39.25
Buffalo     ...*$41.00.. 40.25
Detroit..   .       44.50
Sault Ste. Marie  53.50
 $67.50
Quebec  252
Levis     33
Sherbrooke     84
Lunenburg  123
Portland  244
Boston     10
Nashua June       3
Wells River  245
Newport     71
Starting Point  250
Boston, Mass., a^d Return.
R W
Route R 28
Rates as follows
From Quebec $28.00
44     Montreal  24.00
44     Ottawa  29.00
44     Prescott  29.00
44     Brockville  29.60
44     Toronto  39.00
From London  $44.10
4'     St. Thomas  44.50
4<     Niagara Falls  41.25
"     Buffalo *$43.00.. 42.25
44     Detroit 46.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  55.50
From Fort William $69.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville 253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd 44 Oldtown  158
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland  124
Boston & Maine Rd | Boston     10
Boston & Maine Rd        *4 Nashua June  3
Concord & Montreal Rd 4 Wells River  245
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Newport     71
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Starting Point         .... 250
lAr These routes may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Ry '. to Dudswell June
Maine Central Rd to Portland ,
and from Lunenburg to Boston via
246
247
Maine Central Rd ..
Boston & Maine Rd
to Intervale 236
44 Boston  123
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto. Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal ; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for .routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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51
Boston, Mass., and Return,
Route R 29
From Quebec $34.15
44     Montreal 30.15
44     Ottawa     30.15
14     Prescott  30.15
44     Brockville  30.15
44      Toronto 30.15
From Fort William.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd    ... | Lunenburg
Rates as follows:
From London $34.00
44     St. Thomas 34.25
44     Niagara Falls     30.15
44      Buffalo 30.15
44     Detroit 38.85
44     Sault Ste. Marie  46.65
 $60.65
 } 250
  243
Portland  244
Boston  10
Albany..          132
Lewiston  167
Toronto  62"
Starting Point  14
Maine Central Rd
Boston & Maine Rd	
Boston & Albany Rd |	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd	
Niagara Navigation Co	
Canadian Pacific Ry         	
The route to St, Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. 4< Suspension Bridge  167
Michigan Central Rd 44 Starting Point  271
These rates are good by steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, whicii will be 80 cents additional for steamer
from Toronto, and 50 cents additional for steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
Boston, Mass., and Return.
Route R 30 Rates
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Boston & Maine Rd 44
Concord & Montreal Rd *4
Boston & Maine Rd 44
Boston & Albany Rd '4
New York Central & Hudson River Rd '4
Niagara Navigation Co *4
Canadian Pacific Ry 44
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. 44
Michigan Central Rd     4I
same as for Route R 29
Newport  250
Wells River  71
Nashua June  245
Boston          .... 3
Albany  132
Lewiston    167
Toronto  62
Starting Point  14
Suspension Bridge  167
Starting Point  271
Boston, Mass., and Return,
Route
From
R 31
Quebec $31.15
Montreal 34.15
Ottawa 34.15
Prescott  34.15
Brockville 34.15
Toronto  34.15
Rates as follows:
From London $38.00
|     St. Thomas  38.25
*'•      Niagara Falls  34.15
44     Buffalo  34.15
44     Detroit  42.85
44     Sault Ste. Marie  50.65
From Fort William $64.65
Canadian Pacific Ry ...         to Quebec 252
Ferry          *4 Levis \     33
Quebec Central Ry 4 4 Sherbrooke     84
Boston & Maine Rd    4 Wells River 123
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Nashua June  245
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston      ..      3
Boston & Albany Rd 44 Albany  132
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 44 Lewiston    167
Niagara Navigation Co : 44 Toronto     62
-Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. 44,Suspension Bridge  167
Michigan Central Rd 44 Starting Point  271
These rates are good by steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be 80 cents additional for steamer
from Toronto, and 50 cents additional for steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
Boston, Mass., and Return.
it Route R 32 Rates same as for Route R 31
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec '	
Ferry 4 4 Levis	
Quebec Central Ry 4  Sherbrooke
R W
252
33
84
Lunenburg  123
Portland  244
Boston  10
Albany  132
Lewiston  167
  62
  14
boston & Maine Rd
Maine Central Rd >	
Boston & Maine Rd	
Boston & Albany Rd	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd
Niagara Navigation Co g Toronto	
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point,
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. li Suspension Bridge 167
Michigan Central Rd " Starting Point  271
*k These routes may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Ry to Dudswell J une 246
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland 217
and from Lunenburg to Boston via
Maine Central Rd to Intervale 236
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston  123
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EASTERN TOURS
Boston,
Route R 33
From Quebec $48.50
|     Montreal 45.50
44     Ottawa  45.50
44     Prescott  45.50
44     Brockville  45.50
44     Toronto  45.50
From Fort William
From
Mass., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
London $49.35
St. Thomas    49.60
Niagara Falls  45.50
Buffalo  45.50
Detroit  54.20
Sault Ste. Marie  62.00
 $76.00
Boston   ..: 184
Fall River   137
New York  138
Lewiston     161
Toronto     62
Starting Point     14
Canadian Pacific Ry to St John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry  *4 Halifax    36
Dominion Atlantic Ry  m Yarmouth   304
Yarmouth S S. Co 	
Old Colony Rd. (N.Y N.H. & H. Lessee)..
Fall River Line	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.   ..
Niagara Navigation Co	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
The route to St.  Thomas & Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd   44 Suspension Bridge  167
Michigan Central Rd   44 Starting Point   271
These rates are good by Steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be 80 cents 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.
Boston, Mass., and Return.
Route R 34 Rates as follows:
From St.John, N.B.$16.00.. J$14.50   From Fort Fairfield $18.60
44     St. Andrews.. 16.00.4  14.50       4<     Caribou  18.60
14     St. Stephen.. 16.00.4  14.50       '4     Presque Isle 18.60
44     Fredericton .. 17.00.4  15.50       |     Houlton  15.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland . .*.     50
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston     10
Return same route. R
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Boston, Mass., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From St. John, N.B $13.50
Canadian Pacific Ry   to Vanceboro  14
Maine Central Rd '4 Portland     50
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston  10
International S. S. Co 44 St. John, N.B  39
Return same route. R
Route R 35
From
, and Return.
Rates as follows :
London *$47.60..
St. Thomas * 48.15..
Niagara Fa lis.... * 44.95..
Buffalo * 44.95..
Detroit	
Sault Ste. Marie ,	
$45.20
45.45
41.35
41.35
48.45
57.45
251
38
81
79
R
Charlottetown, P.E.I
Route R 36
From Quebec $25.95
44     Montreal  25.95
44     Ottawa  30.95
44     Prescott  30.95
|     Brockville 31.55
44     Toronto  40.95
From Fort William $61.45
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N B .
Intercolonial Ry ...        44 Point du Chene...
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co  | Summerside	
Prince Edward Island Ry   4< Charlottetown	
Return same route.
Charlottetown, P.E.I., and Return.
Route R 37 Rates same as for Route R 36
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry   U Levis .        33
Intercolonial Ry   44 Point du Chene     35
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co   4< Summerside     81
Prince Edward Island Ry  | Charlottetown       79
Return same route. R
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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
H   Kingston (41 & 87"or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.'
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
% Limited to continuous passage each way. I
^'W.*1^**' : *V'
EASTERN  TOURS
53
Charlottetown, P.E.I., and Return.
R W
From
Route R 38
From Quebec $30.50
Montreal 30.50
Ottawa  35.50
Prescott  35.50       |
Brockville  36.10
Toronto 45.50
From Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Intercolonial Ry    4 4
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co   44
Prince Edward Island Ry   4 4
Prince Edward Island Ry   4 4
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co   44
Intercolonial Ry   44
Ferry. i   44
Canadian Pacific Ry  4 4
Rates as follows:
London $50.60
St. Thomas  51.00
Niagara Falls  47.75
Buffalo '... .*$49.50.. 48.75
Detroit  53.00
Sault Ste. Marie  62.00
 $76.00
St. John, N.B  251
Point du Chene  38
Summerside           81
Charlottetown   79
Summerside  79
Point du Chene  81
Levis  35
Quebec  33
Starting Point  252
Charlottetown, P.E.I., and Return.
RW
Route R 39
From Quebec, $28.50
44     Montreal  28.50
44     Ottawa 33.50
\ 44     Prescott 33.50
k     Brockville  34.10
44     Toronto  43.50
From Fort William 	
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Quebec Steamship Co   4<
Prince Edward Island Ry   44
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co   44
Intercolonial Ry   44
Canadian Pacific Ry   "
Rates as follows:
From London $48.60
St. Thomas 49.00
44       Niagara Falls 45.75
Buffalo *$47.50.. 46.75
Detroit 51.00
Sault Ste. Marie  60.00
I $74.00
Quebec 252
Charlottetown     85
Summerside.             79
Point du Chene     81
St.John,N.B     38
Starting Point 251
P.E.I., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $44.20
Niagara Falls 40.95
Buffalo *$42.70.. 41.95
Detroit 46.20
Sault Ste. Marie 55.20
Fort William 69.20
Charlottetown,
Route R 40
From Montreal $23.70
Ottawa 28.70
Prescott.... 28.70
Brockville  29.30
Toronto 38.70
London  43-80
-Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec 252
Quebec Steamship Co  44 Charlottetown     85
Return same route. R
Chicoutimi and Return.
Route R 41
From Montreal $14.00
4'     Ottawa  19.00
44     Prescott 19.00
44      Brockville  19.60
•4     Toronto  29.00
4<     London  31.10
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $34.50
Niagara Falls 31.25
Buffalo *$33.00.. 32.25
Detroit 36.50
Sault Ste. Marie 45.50
Fort William 59.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec 252
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry  | Roberval§ 282
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry  44 Chicoutimi 282
Return same route. R
Chicoutimi and Ha Ha Bay, P.Q., and Return.   RW
Route R 42
From Montreal $15.00
44     Ottawa  20.00
44     Prescott 20.00
44      Brockville  20.60
44     Toronto  30.00
44     London 35.10
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $35.50
44      Niagara Falls  32.25
44     Buffalo *$34.00.. 33.25
44      Detroit  37.50
44      Sault Ste. Marie  46.50
*'     Fort William  60.50
Canadian P acific Ry to Quebec  252
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry 44 Roberval..       282
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry            " Chicoutimi       282
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co   \4 Quebec  90
Canadian Pacific Ry  | Starting Point  252
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
1 Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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EASTERN  TOURS
Chicoutimi and Ha Ha Bay, P.Q., and Return-
Route R 43
From Montreal  $13.00
44     Ottawa  18.00
•4     Prescott  18.00
44      Brockville  18.60
Toronto...             28.00
m     London  33.10
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $33.50
44      Niagara Falls 30.25
41     Buffalo     *$32.00.. 31.25
4*     Detroit  35.50
44     SaultSte. Marie  44.50
44     Fort William 58.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec . ; • •. • • 252
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co   44 Ha Ha Bay and Chicoutimi..    90
Return same route. R
Chicoutimi and Ha Ha
Route R 44
From Montreal $14.00
Octawa  19.00
Prescott  19.00
Brockville   19.60
Toronto  29.00
London  34.10
Bay, P.Q., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $34.50
•4     Niagara Falls  31.25
44     Buffalo *$33.00.. 32.25
44     Detroit  37.00
44      Sault Ste. Marie  45.50
44     Fort William 59.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec 252
Ferry   1 Levis       33
Intercolonial Ry   4 4 Riviere du Loup	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co   | Ha Ha Bay ana Chicoutimi..
Return same route.
Chicoutimi and Ha Ha Bay, P.O., and Return.   R W
33
35
91
R
Route R 45
From Montreal $14.40    From
Ottawa  19.40
Prescott 19.40       |
Brockville  20.00
Toronto 29.40
London  34.50.       |
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co    li
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co   4:
Intercolonial Py     44
Ferry     4
Canadian Pacific Ry   4 4
Rates as follows:
St. Thomas $34.90
Niagara Falls  31.65
Buffalo *$33.40.. 32.65
Detroit 36.90
Sault Ste. Marie 45.90
Fort William 59.90
Quebec  252
Ha Ha Bay and Chicoutimi..    90
Riviere du Loup     91
Levis     35
Quebec...     33
Starting Point   252
Eastport, Me., and Return,
Route R 46
From Quebec $16.70
Montreal  16.70
44     Ottawa  21.70
44     Prescott  21.70
44      Brockville  22.30
44     Toronto  31.70
From Fort William $62.20
Canadian Pacific Ry  to St. Andrews...
Frontier Steamboat Co  44 Eastport	
Return same route.
Eastport, Me., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $36.80
4*     St. Thomas  37.20
44     Niagara Falls  33.95
44     Buffalo  33.95
44      Detroit          39.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie  48.20
14
163
R
Rotte R 47
From Quebec $20.70
Montreal  16.70
Ottawa  21.70
Prescott   21.70
Brockville 22.30
Rates as follows :
From London ^ $36.80
44     St. Thomas 37.20
44      Niagara Falls  33.95
44     Buffalo  33.95
44      Detroit  39.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie 48.20
Toronto 31.70
From Fort William $62.20
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport:  250
Boston & Maine Rd 4 4 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd  44 Portland 1-  244
International Steamship Co 44 Eastport  125
Return same route. R
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
I Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal j or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
..._._____ EASTERN  TOURS
oo
Fredericton, N.B., and Return,
Route R 48
From Quebec $19.70
44      Montreal  19.70
44     Ottawa  24.70
44     Prescott  24.70
44      Brockville 25.30
44      Toronto ! 34 70     	
From Fort William $65.20
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fredericton
Return same route.
Gaspe, Que., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $39.80
44     St. Thomas  40.20
44     Niagara Falls  36.95
44     Buffalo ||  36.95
44     Detroit  42.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie  51.20
14
R
Route R 49
From Montreal $18.60
44     Ottawa 23.60
44     Prescott 23.60
44     Brockville 24.20
Toronto 33.60
44     London  38.70
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $39.10
44      Niagara Falls  35.85
4-     Buffalo       *$36.00.. 36.85
44     Detroit -.. 41.10
44     Sault Ste. Marie  50.10
44     Fort William  61.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Quebec Steamship Co 4 4 Gaspe     85
* Return same route. R
gjf Gaspe, Que., and Return.
Route R 50
From Montreal  $21.10
44 Ottawa -.. 26.10
4* Prescott  26.10
•4 Brockville 26.70
4 * Toronto 36.10
44 London  41.20
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $41.60
44     Niagara Falls  38.35
44     Buffalo *$40.10.. 39.35
44     Detroit  43.60
44     Sault Ste. Marie  52.60
44      Fort William  66.60
Canadian Pacific Ry   to Quebec...
Ferry I *4 Levis ....
Intercolonial Ry 44 Dalhousie
Steamer 44 Admiral | 44 Gaspe....
Return same route.
Glen, N.H., and Return,
252
33
35
101
R
Route R 51
From Quebec $24.00
4-     Montreal  20.00
44      Ottawa  25.00
Prescott  25.00
44      Brockville  25.60
44     Toronto  35.00
Rates as follows:
From London $40.10
44     St. Thomas ,. 40.50
44     Niagara Falls  37.25
44     Buffalo  37.25
44     Detroit  42.50
Sault Ste. Marie  51.50
From Fort William $65.50
Canadian Pacific Ry   to Newport
250
Boston & Maine Rd
Maine Central Rd	
Concord & Montreal Rd
Mount Washington Ry .
Stage 	
Stage
Maine Central Rd...
Boston & Maine Rd.
Canadian Pacific Ry
Lunenburg  243
Fabyans   124
Base of Mount Washington . 6
Summit  55
Glen Site  100
Glen .  99
'Lunenburg  124
Newport  243
Starting Point  250
Greenville, Me. (Moosehead Lake), and Return,
Rates as follows:
From London  $32.10
44     St. Thomas 32.50
44     Niagara Falls  29.25
44     Buffalo *$31.00.. 30.25
44     Detroit  34.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  43.50
Route R 52
From Quebec $15.00
44      Montreal  12.00
44     Ottawa  17.00
44     Prescott  17.00
44     Brockville  17.60
44     Toronto  27.00   ___^_
From Fort William .$57.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville  253
Return same route. R
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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EASTERN TOURS
Halifax, N.S., and Return..
Route R 53
From Quebec $25.00
44     Montreal  25.00
44     Ottawa  30.00
l    44     Prescott  30.00
44     Brockville  30.60
44     Toronto 40.00
Rates as follows:
From London $45.10
I     St. Thomas 45.50
1     Niagara Falls 42.25
44     Buffalo 42.25
44     Detroit  47.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  56.50
From Fort William $70.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N. B..
Intercolonial Rv , * * Halifax .,	
Return same route.
251
36
R
Route R 54
Canadian Pacific Ry
Ferry	
Intercolonial Ry
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Rates same as for Route R 53
 to Quebec  252
 44 Levis    33
  I Halifax    35
R
Return same route.
Halifax, N.S.,and Return.
Route R 55 Rates same as for Route R 53
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B	
Intercolonial Ry 44 Halifax	
Dominion Atlantic Ry 44 Annapolis	
Bay of FundyS.S. Co "St. John, N.B
R W
  251
    36
  106
    65
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
R W
Route R 56
Rates as follows:
From Quebec ,... .$30.00
44     Montreal 30.00
From London $50.10
44     St. Thomas  50.50
44     Niagara Falls 47.25
44     Buffalo *$49.00... 48.25
44     Detroit  52.50
I      Sault Ste. Marie 61.50
44     Ottawa  35.00
44     Prescott  35.00
44      Brockville 35.60
44     Toronto  45.00
From Fort William $75.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry 4* Halifax     36
Intercolonial Ry 4 4 Levis     35
Ferry 44 Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  252
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 57 Rates same as for Route R 56
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B	
Bay of Fundy Steamship Co 44 Annapolis        	
Dominion Atlantic Ry 44 Halifax	
Intercolonial Ry 4 4 Levis ,
Ferry jj 1 | Quebec	
R W
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 58
From Montreal $31.40
14     Ottawa  36.40
44     Prescott 36.40
44      Brockville  37.00
'4     Toronto 46.40
44     London 51.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec	
Quebec Steamship Co '. 44 Pictou	
Intercolonial Ry 44 Halifax
Intercolonial Ry 44 Levis	
Ferry. 44 Quebec	
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $51.90
44      Niagara Falls 48.65
44     Buffalo *$50.40... 49.65
44     Detroit 53.90
44     Sault Ste. Marie 62.90
44     Fort William 76.90
  252
 85
 37
  35
 33
 252
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto. Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
l-—- -■—     - i EASTERN TOURS
57
Halifax, N.S., and Return,
Rates same as for Route R 58
 to Quebec  252
Route R 59
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Quebec Steamship Co     4 * Pictou       85
Intercolonial Ry j4 Halifax       37
Intercolonial Ry 44 St. John. N.B .          36
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 * Starting Point 251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $53.90
44     Niagara Falls 49.65
44     Buffalo *$52.40.. 51.65
44     Detroit 55.90
44     Sault Ste. Marie 64.90
44     Fort William  78.90
Canadian Pacific Ry            to Quebec  252
Quebec Steamship Co 44 Pictou     85
Intercolonial Ry 44 Halifax .   .        37
Route R 60
From Montreal $33.40
44     Ottawa 38.40
44     Prescott     38.40
44     Brockville 39.00
Toronto  48.40
London 56.50
Canada Atlantic & Plant S.S. Co.
Boston & Maine Rd	
Concord & Montreal Rd
Boston & Maine Rd ....
Ganadian Pacific Ry	
44 Boston .... 162
44 Nashua June  3
44 Wells River..   ..                .... 245
44 Newport  71
44 Starting Point  250
Halifax, N.S., and Return,
Route R 61
From Quebec ,.$t0 00
Montreal  37.00
44      Ottawa     42.00
Prescott         42.00
44      Brockville  42.60
44     Toronto 52.00
From Fort William $82.00
Canadian Pacific Ry ..' to Montreal  14
||Black Diamond Line 44 Pictou   2
Intercolonial Ry '* Halifax   37
Intercolonial Ry <4 St. John, N.B  36
Canadian Pacific Ry '. 44 Starting Point  251
Rates as follows:
From London $57.10
44     St. Thomas....   \  57.50
44      Niagara Falls  54.25
4k     Buffalo *$56.00.. 55.25
44     Detroit  59.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie.  68.00
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 62 Rates same as' for Route R 61
From Quebec $37.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
||Black Diamond Line       44 Pictou  2
Intercolonial Ry 4t Halifax  37
Intercolonial R}r 4 4 Levis  35
Ferry.       44 Quebec 1  33
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  225
Halifax, N.S., and Return,
R W
Route R 63
From Quebec $27.50
Montreal  27.50
Ottawa 32.50
Prescott  32.50
Brockville  33.10
Toronto  42.50
Rates as follows:
From London $47.60
44     St. Thomas 48.00
44     Niagara Falls  44.75
44     Buffalo  44.75
44     Detroit  50.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie  59.00
From Fort William $73.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B 251
Yarmouth Steamship Co 4 4 Yarmouth  166
Dominion Atlantic Ry    44 Halifax 304
Intercolonial Ry     44 St. John, N.B     36
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Starting Point 251
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
N av. Co. from Toronto. Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
II Meals and Berths included. 58
EASTERN TOURS
Halifax, N.S., and Return,
R W
Route R 64
From Quebec   $32 50
44      Montreal  32.50
4<     Ottawa..  37.50
44     Prescott 37.50
Brockville 38.10
44      Toronto 47.50
Rates as follows:
From London $52.60
44     St. Thomas  53.00
44     Niagara Falls  49.75
44     Buffalo *$51.50.. 50.75
44      Detroit  55 00
44     Sault Ste. Marie  64.00
From Fort William $78.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John,N.B.
Yarmouth Steamship Co " Yarmouth....
Dominion Atlantic Ry 44 Halifax	
Intercolonial Ry 44 Levis	
Ferry    ,.... 4 4 Quebec	
Canadian Pacific Ry  44 Starting Point
Halifax, N.S., and Return,
251
166
304
35
33
252
RW
Route R 65
From Quebec $33.00
44     Montreal 31.00
44     Ottawa  36.00
44     Prescott  36.00
44     Brockville  36.60
44     Toronto   46.00
Rates as follows:
From London $51.10
44      St. Thomas 51.50
"     Niagara Falls 48.25
4'     Buffalo    *$50.00.. 49.25
44     Detroit 53.50
1     Sault Ste. Marie   62.50
From Fort William $76.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B..
Bay of Fundy Steamship Co 5 Annapolis ......
Dominion Atlantic Ry 44 Halifax
  251
  65
  106
Boston  162
Nashua June  3
Wells River  245
Newport  71
Canadian Pacific Ry 4' Starting Point   250
Canada Atlantic & Plant Steamship Co
Boston & Maine* Rd	
Concord & Montreal Rd
Boston & Maine Rd	
Halifax, N.S., and Return. R W
Route R 66 Rates same as for Route R 65
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry 44 Halifax     36
Canada Atlantic & Plant Steamship Co 44 Boston     162
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Nashua June       3
Concord & Montreal Rd j 44 Wells River  245
Boston & Maine Rd u Newport     71
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  250
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
R W
Route R 67
From
Quebec  $34.50
Montreal     31.50
Ottawa 36.50
Prescott 36.50
Brockville 37.10
Toronto 46.50
Rates as follows:
From London $51.60
44     St. Thomas  52.00
44      Niagara Falls 48.75
44     Buffalo *$50.50.. 49.75
44    ^Detroit $ 54.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie 63.00
From Fort William $77.00
Canadian Pacific Ry   to St. John, N. B  251
Intercolonial Ry 44 Halifax | 36
Dominion Atlantic Ry 44 Annapolis  106
Bay of Fundy Steamship Co ....' 44 St. John, N.B  65
International Steamship Co 44 Portland  40
Maine Central Rd              4< Lunenburg  244
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Newport     243
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  250
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal ; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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59
Halifax, N.S., and Return
R W
Route R 68
From Quebec $33.50
44     Montreal  33.50
44     Ottawa 38.50
44     Prescott 38.50
44     Brockville 39.10
44     Toronto 48.50
From Fort William.
Rates as follows:
From London  $53.60
44      St. Thomas 54.00
44     Niagara Falls 50.75
*4 ,   Buffalo *$52.50.. 51.75
44     Detroit 56.00
44      Sault Ste. Marie  65.00
 $79.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Boston & Maine Rd  44
Concord & Montreal Rd *4
Boston & Maine Rd 4t
International S. S. Co 44
Intercolonial Ry	
Intercolonial Ry.- 4'
Ferry     4 4
Canadian Pacific Ry 44
Newport 250
Wells River     71
Nashua June   245
Boston         3
St. John, N.B :..   .    39
Halifax *     36
Levis     35
Quebec     33
Starting Point 252
Halifax, N.S., and Return,
RW
Route R 69
Rates as follows:
From London $51.60
|     St. Thomas 52.00
U     Niagara Falls 48.75
44     Buffalo *$50.50.. 49.75
4-      Detroit   54 00
44     Sault Ste. Marie 63.00
From Quebec $34.50
44      Montreal    31.50
44     Ottawa 36.50
44     Prescott  36.50
44      Brockville    37.10
44     Toronto   . ..   .  46.50
From Fort William $77.CO
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 4* Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd    4 Vanceboro  124
Canadian Pacific Ry  "St. John, N.B 251
Bay of Fundy S. S- Co '' Annapolis     65
Dominion Atlantic Ry 4 4 Halifax  106
Intercolonial Ry 44 St. John, N.B     36
Canadian Pacific Ry 4* Starting Point  251
Halifax, N. S., and Retur
N
R W
Route R 70 Rates same as for Route R 69
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Newport          250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg     243
Maine Central Rd 4 4 Vanceboro  124
Canadian Pacific Ry 4  St. John, N.B 251
Bay of Fundy S. S. Co  4 Annapolis        65
Dominion Atlantic Ry          4  Halifax 106
Intercolonial Ry 4   Levis     35
Ferry '4 Quebec...      33
Canadian Pacific Ry 4  Starting Point 252
Halifax, N. S., and Return
R W
Route R 71 Rates same as for Route R 69
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   4 4 Lunenburg   124
Boston & Maine Rd          I Newport ..; 243
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  250
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav Co. from Toronto, Kingston. Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence. Toronto (32) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. 60
EASTERN TOURS
Halifax, N.S., and Return
R W
Rates as follows:
From London $56.50
44     St.Thomas  56.90
44      Niagara Falls  53.65
44     Buffalo    *$55.40.. 54.65
44      Detroit  57-90
44     Sault Ste. Marie 67.90
Route 72
From Quebec    ..$39.40
44     Montreal  36.40
Ottawa.. 41.40
44     Prescott  41.40
44      Brockville 42.00
44     Toronto 51.40
From Fort William .$81.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg 243
Maine Central Rd j | Vanceboro   124
Canadian Pacific Ry 6i St. John, N.B 251
"Bay of Fundy S. S. Co 4 4 Annapolis     65
Dominion Atlantic Ry 4' Halifax  106
     37
     80
     79
     81
     38
  251
Intercolonial Ry 4< Pictou
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co " Charlottetown.
Prince Edward Island Ry     *' Summerside ...
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co " Point du Chene
Intercolonial Ry | St. John N B.
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point.
Halifax, N. S., and Return
R W
Route R 73
Rates as follows:
From Quebec $39.00
44     Montreal  37.00
44     Ottawa 42.00
44      Prescott.....  42.00
44      Brockville    42.60
44     Toronto   52.00
From Niagara Falls    $54.25
|     Buffalo   *$56 00.. 55.25
44     London .  57.10
44     St. Thomas  57.50
44      Detroit   59.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 68.50
From Fort William $82 50
Canadian Pacific Ry    to St. John, N.  B  251
Intercolonial Ry 4< Halifax      36
Intercolonial Ry u St. John, N.B  36
Canadian Pacific Ry              '4 Vanceboro  251
Maine Central Rd     44 Portland  50
Boston & Maine Rd '4 Boston  10
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Nashua June  3
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Wells River  245
Boston & Maine Rd 4  Newport  71
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Starting Point  250
Halifax, N. S., and Return
Route R 74
From
Montreal    $29.45
Ottawa 34.45
Prescott     34.45
Brockville 35.05
Toronto 44.45
London  49.55
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $49.95
44     Niagara Falls  46.70
44     Buffalo *$48.45.. 47.70
4     Detroit 51.95
44     Sault Ste. Marie 60.95
44     Fort WiUiam  74.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Quebec Steamship Co i Pictou  85
Intercolonial Ry    ....'* Halifax  37
Return same route. R
Halifax, N. S., and Return
R W
Route R 75
Rates as follows:
From Montreal  $31.50
44     Ottawa  36.50
4*     Prescott   36.50
*'     Brockville  37.10
44      Toronto   46.50
London  51.60
Ry •	
From St. Thomas $52.00
44     Niagara Falls  48.75
44     Buffalo *$50.50.. 49.75
4     Detroit 54.00
4{     Sault Ste. Marie 63.00
44      Fort William  77.00
Canadian Pacific Ry •.  to Quebec 252
Ferry "      %4 Levis     33
Intercolonial Ry  44 St. John,  N.B     35
Bay of Fundy S. S. Co i Annapolis     65
Dominion Atlantic Ry | Halifax  . 106
Intercolonial Ry     " Levis      35
Ferry '4 Quebec.     33
Canadian Pacific Ry     *4 Starting Point 252
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co, from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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61
Halifax, N. S., and Return
RW
Route R 76
From Quebec • $33.50
|     Montreal 31.50
44     Ottawa      36.50
44     Prescott 36.50
44     Brockville   37.10
44     Toronto 46.50
From Fort William.
Rates as follows:
From London $51.60
44     St. Thomas  52.00
"     Niagara Falls     48.75
4<     Buffalo  *$50.50.. 49.75
Detroit  54.00
Sault Ste. Marie  63.00
 1 $77.00
n
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Intercolonial Ry 44
Dominion Atlantic Ry * *
Yarmouth Steamship Co 44
Boston & Maine Rd 44
Concord & Montreal Rd    44
Boston & Maine Rd 44
Canadian Pacific Ry , 44
St. John, N.B 251
Halifax ....             36
Yarmouth    304
Boston  184
Nashua June        -       3
Wells River 245
Newport     71
Starting Point 250
Halifax, N. S., and Return
RW
Route R 77
From Quebec $31.00
44     Montreal 31.00
44     Ottawa     36.00
44     Prescott 36.00
44     Brockville  36.60
44     Toronto 46.00
From Fort William.
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Intercolonial Ry	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co..
Prince Edward Island .Ry	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co..
Intercolonial Ry	
Intercolonial Ry	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
From
Rates as follows:
London $51.10
St. Thomas 51.50
Niagara Falls 48.25
Buffalo...,  48.25
Detroit  53.50
Sault Ste, Marie  62.50
 $76.50
to St. John,N.B  251
44 Point du Chene    38
44 Summerside     81
•4 Charlottetown    79
44 Pictou  80
44 Halifax  37
44 St. John,N. B      36
44 Starting Point  251
Halifax, N. S., and Return
RW
Route R 78 Rates same as for Route R 77
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec	
Ferry , 4 4 Levis	
Intercolonial Ry 44 Point du Chene	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co 44 Summerside	
■Prince Edward Island Ry 44 Charlottetown    	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co 4% Pictou
Halifax
Intercolonial Ry
Intercolonial Ry 4' Levis    .
Ferry    * * Quebec	
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point
252
33
35
81
79
80
37
35
33
252
Halifax, N. S., and Return
R W
Route R 79 Rates same as for Route R 77
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B   251
Bay of Fundy S. S. Co     j4 Annapolis     65
Dominion Atlantic Ry 44 Halifax  106
Intercolonial Ry I 4 4 Pictou     37
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co 44 Charlottetown       80
Prince Edward Island Ry         .. 44 Sumr
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co 4* Point du Chene
Intercolonial Ry 4< St. John, N.B.,
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Starting Point .
nerside     79
  81
  38
  251
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. 62
EASTERN  TOURS
Route R 80
From Quebec $34.90
44     Montreal              34.90
44     Ottawa  39.90
44     Prescott   39.90
•4     Brockville     40.50
44     Toronto    49.90
Halifax, N. S., and Return R W
Rates as follows:
From London $55.00
St. Thomas      55.40
44     Niagara Falls 52.15
44     Buffalo  *$53 90...53.15
44     Detroit 57.40
44     Sault Ste, Marie 66.40
From Fort William $80.40
  251
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    81
    79
    80
Intercolonial Ry     4 4 Halifax     37
Intercolonial Ry 4' Levis     35
Ferry  <4 Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific Ry *4 Starting Point 252
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N. B.
Intercolonial Ry        4< Point du Chene
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co 44 Summerside  ...
Prince Edward Island Ry '4 Charlottetown
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co 44 Pictou
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 81 Rates same as for Route R 80
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John. N.B	
Bay of Fundy S. S. Co 4' Annapolis	
Dominion Atlantic Ry	
Intercolonial Ry	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co	
Prince Edward Island Ry	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co	
Intercolonial Ry	
Ferry  ....         ,
Canadian Pacific Ry	
R W
  251
  65
Halifax  106
Pictou  37
Charlottetown  80
Summerside 79
Point du Chene  81
Levis  35
Quebec  33
Starting- Point  252
Route R 82
From Quebec $33.50
44 Montreal  33.50
44 Ottawa*  38.50
44 Prescott  38.50
44 Brockville 39.10
4* Toronto 48.50
Halifax, N.S., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $53
60
St. Thomas  54.00
Niagara Falls  50.75
Buffalo  50.75
Detroit  55.00
Sault Ste. Marie  65.00
From Fort William  $79.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Yarmouth S.S. Co 44 Yarmouth  166
Dominion Atlantic Ry 44 Halifax .. <  304
Intercolonial Ry 4' Pictou  37
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co l4 Charlottetown   80
Prince Edward Island Ry *4 Summerside  79
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co 4  Point du Chene  81
Intercolonial Ry  44 St John, N.B  38
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  251
Route R 83
From Quebec $37.40
44      Montreal 37.40
4      Ottawa 42.40
41     Prescott  42.40
4-     Brockville   43.00
44      Toronto     52.40
Halifax, N.S., and Return! RW
Rates as follows:
From London $57.50
44     St. Thomas  57.90
Niagara Falls  54.65
44     Buffalo *$56.40.. 55.65
44     Detroit 59.90
4*     Sault Ste. Marie  68.90
From Fort William $82.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John N.B  251
Yarmouth S.S. Co 4{ Yarmouth  166
Dominion Atlantic Ry 4' Halifax  304
Intercolonial Ry 4 4 Pictou     37
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co 44 Charlottetown     80
Prince Edward Island Ry | Summerside     79
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co     * Point du Chene         81
Intercolonial Ry   44 Levis     35
Ferry 4* Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 * Starting Point  252
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto. Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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EASTERN TOURS
Route R 81
Canadian Pacific Ry
Ferry	
Intercolonial Ry ....
Return same route.
to Quebec 252
. 44 Levis...     33
* i Destination     35
R
Route R 85
Canadian Pacific Ry
.Intercolonial Ry....
 to St. John, N.B 251
 * * Destination  187
Return same route. R
Lake Memphremagog and Return.     R W
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $25.50
"     Niagara Falls  22.25
"     Buffalo *$24.00... 23.25
1     Detroit  27.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  3t5.50
44     Fort William  50.50
     14
44 Newport  164
| Starting Point  250
Route R 86
From Montreal $ 5.00
§ Ottawa  10.00
44 Prescott    10.00
4 Brockville     10.60
" Toronto    20.00
" London 25.10
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Magog
Steamer  	
Canadian Pacific Ry..
Lake St. John (Roberval) and Return.
Route R 87
From Montreal $12.50
4*     Ottawa 17.50
Prescott.   17.50
44      Brockville   18.10
44     Toronto     27.50
4 4     London 32.60
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $33.00
44     Niagara Falls  29.75
1     Buffalo *$31.70... 30.75
44     Detroit  35.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie  44.00
44     Fort William 58.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry *4 Lake St. John  117
Return same route. R
McAdam Junc. and Return.
Route R 88     *
From Quebec     $16.70
Montreal 16.70
Ottawa  21.70
Prescott   ..          21.70
Brockville    22.30
Toronto     31.70
Rates as follows:
From London $36.80
44     St. Thomas 37.20
44     Niagara Falls 33.95
44     Buffalo  33.95
41     Detroit  39.20
14     Sault Ste. Marie 48.20
Canadian Pacific Ry
From Fort William $62.20
 to McAdam Junc,
Return same route.
14
R
Mount Kineo House, Me. (Moosehead Lake), and Return,
Route R 89
From Quebec $14.95
44      Montreal     13.45
%     Ottawa  18.45
Prescott     18.45
44      Brockville 19.05
Rates as follows :
From London $33.55
44     St. Thomas 33.95
4'     Niagara Falls .   30.70
44     Buffalo  *$32.45... 31.70
44     Detroit 35.95
44     Sault Ste. Marie 44.95
Toronto   28.45
From Fort William $58.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to Moosehead or Greenville     14
Steamer   ** Mount Kineo House   272
Return same route. R
Murray Bay, P.Q., and Return.
Route R 90
From Montreal $ 9.00
Ottawa |H 14.00
Prescott  14.00
Brockville  14.60
Toronto  24.00
London  29.10
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas    $29.50
44     Niagara Falls 26.25
44     Buffalo *$28.00... 27.25
44     Detroit 31.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 40.50
4{     Fort William 54.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec   252
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44 Murray Bay     90
Return same route. R
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal I or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
irti.^rT^T%rt^ EASTERN TOURS
63
Newport, Vt., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $25.50
44     Niagara Falls ..  22.25
(t     Buffalo *$24.00... 23.25
44      Detroit 27.50
|     Sault Ste. Marie  36.50
44     Fort William  50.50
  250
R
Route R 91
From Montreal $ 5.00
4*     Ottawa  10.00
4      Prescott 10.00
Brockville   10.60
44     Toronto     20.00
44     London  25.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Return same route.
Newport, Vt., and Return.
Route R 92 Rates same as for Route R 91*
Canadian Pacific Ry to Magog  14
Steamer   4 4 Newport  164
Return same route. R
New York, N.Y
Route R 93
From Quebec $23.00
44     Montreal  18.25
'4     Ottawa  20.50
44     Prescott".  20.50
44     Brockville  23.85
. 44     Toronto 33.25
and Return.
Rates as follows :
From London  .$38.35
44     St. Thomas  38.75
44     Niagara Falls 35.50
44     Buffalo *$37.25.. 36.50
44     Detroit 40.75
4 4     Sault Ste. Marie.. $t40.75.. 37.25
From Fort William $51.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd .... 4k New York  313
Return same route. R
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 94                                                                        Rates as follows:
From Sault Ste. Marie $37.25    From Fort William $51.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal    14
Grand Trunk Ry 4 4 Rouses Point  185
Delaware & Hudson Rd  44 Troy     130
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 44 New York  167
&Mi                   Return same route. R
New York, N.Y., and Return
Route R 95 Rates same as for Route R 94.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal       14
Grand Trunk Ry 4' St. Johns 209
Central Vermont Rd j 44 Rutland      134
Bennington & Rutland Ry 44 White Creek  211
Fitchburg Rd " Troy    210
New York Central & Hudson River Rd *4 New York 	
Return same route, -
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Rates same as for Route R 94.
167
R
Route R 96
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal        14
Grand Trunk Ry    4% Rouses Point 185
Delaware & HudsonRd     | Plattsburg *  130
Champlain Transportation Co | Fort Ticonderoga  151
Delaware & Hudson Rd j 44 Troy ... 130
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 4< New York  167
Return same route. R
New York, N.Y., and Return. RW
Route R 97 Rates as follows:
From Sault Ste. Marie $38.75    From Fort William $52.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
Grand Trunk Ry    4 Rouses Point  185
Delaware & Hudson Rd 4' Plattsburg  130
Champlain Transportation Co , 4 4 Fort Ticonderoga  151
Delaware & Hudson Rd 4* Baldwin 130
Lake George Steamboat Co    .. 44 Caldwell   131
Delaware & Hudson Rd "-Troy 130
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... 44 New York   167
New York Central & Hudson River Rd ... 44 Troy .   167
Delaware & Hudson Rd 44 Rouses Point   130
Grand Trunk Ry 44 Montreal 185
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point     14
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto,  Kingston,  Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
t Via C. P. S. S. Line to Windsor; 66
EASTERN   TOURS
New York, N.Y., and Return,
RW
*Route R 98
From Quebec $33.00
44     Montreal  29.00
44     Ottawa  29.00
*'     Prescott  29.00
I     Brockville  29.00
i     Toronto  29.00
Rates as follows :
From London $32.85
4<      St. Thomas 33.10
"     Niagara Falls  29.00
44     Buffalo 29.00
44     Detroit  37.70
4'     Sault Ste Marie  45.50
From Fort William $59.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central &Hudson River Rd 4< New York 313
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 4< Lewiston  167
Niagara Navigation Co 4< Toronto     62
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd... il Suspension Bridge   167
Michigan Central Rd 44 Starting Point  271
These rates are good by steamer from Toronto Kingston, or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be 80 cents 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.
New York, N.Y., and Return,
R W
•fcRouTE R 99
From Quebec
 $36.00
Montreal 32.00
Ottawa  32 00
Prescott 32.00
Brockville    32.00
Toronto   32.00
Rates as follows:
From London $35.85
44     St. Thomas  36.10
44     Niagara Falls 32.00
44     Buffalo 32.00
44     Detroit 40.70
44     Sault Ste. Marie 48.50
From Fort William. $62.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd ** Lunenburg     243
Maine Central Rd ,4 Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston    10
Old Colony Rd. (N.Y. N.H. & H. Lessee).. 44 Fall River  137
Fall River Line    4< New York  138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd .... | Lewiston  161
Niagara Navigation Co 44 Toronto    62
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Starting Point  14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd... 44 Suspension Bridge  167
Michigan Central Rd 44 Starting Point  271
These rates are good by Steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be 80 cents 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.
136
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Rates same as for Route R 99
R W
Route R 100
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Wells River     71
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Nashua Junc 245
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston       3
Old Colony Rd. (N.Y.N.H. & H. Lessee)... 44 Fall River  137
Fall River Line . 44 New York • 138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 44 Lewiston  167
Niagara Navigation Co 4 4 Toronto..."       62
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. 4t Suspension Bridge  167
Michigan Central Rd 44 Starting Point  271
^These routes may be varied to read from Lunenburg to Boston via
Maine Central Rd to Intervale  	
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston	
236
  123
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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67
Route R 101
From Quebec $36.00
44     Montreal 36.00
li     Ottawa  36.00
|     Prescott 36.00
|     Brockville  36.00
|     Toronto  36.00
From Fort William.
New York, N.Y., and Return. R W
Rates as follows :
From London $39.85
44     St. Thomas  40.10
44     Niagara Falls  36X0
4<     Buffalo  36.00
44     Detroit  45.35
|     Sault Ste. Marie  52.50
 $66.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry | Levis     33
Quebec Central Ry | Sherbrooke     84
Boston & Maine Rd ,4 Wells River 123
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Nashua Junc 245
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston       3
Old'Colony Rd. (N.Y.N.H. & H. Lessee)... " Fall River  137
Fall River Line    4 New York  138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd i4 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. 44 Suspension Bridge  167
Michigan Central Rd 4< Starting Point  271
These rates are good by Steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be 80 cents 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 H... 136
35 cents less.
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Rates same as for Route R
RW
101
* Route R 102
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry | Levis  33
Quebec Central Ry * 4< Sherbrooke  84
Boston & Maine Rd              4 Lunenburg  123
Maine Central Rd    | Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston  10
Old Colony Rd. (N.Y.N.H. & H. Lessee)... 44 Fall River  137
Fall River Line 44 New York  138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 44 Lewiston  167
Niagara Navigation Co 4 4 Toronto ,  62
Canadian Pacific Ry       4* Starting Point  14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. " Suspension Bridge  167
Michigan Central Rd 44 Starting Point  271
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 103 Rates as follows :
From St John, N.B. $26.00.. X $24.50    From St. Stephen $26.00
4*     St. Andrews . 26.00..%  24.50       |     Fredericton  27-00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro  14
Maine Central Rd 4* Portland  50
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston  10
Either 44 All Rail | Line . 4* New York  O
Return same route. R
0 229 and 142, or 232. 231 and 230, or 234 and 233.
X R T 1841, R T 1842, or R T 1843.
X $24.50
X  25.50
Route R 104
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Rates as follows :
$2.0Q less than via Route R 103
Canadian Pacific Ry .'. to Vanceboro  14
Maine Central Rd 4 4 Portland  50
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston  10
Either 44 Sound Line" 44 New York	
Return same route. R
0 137 and 138 or 232 and 237.
R T 1839 or R T 1840
•jt These routes may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Ry to Dudswell Junc  246
Maine Central Rd ,4 Portland  247
and from Lunenburg to Boston via
Maine Central Rd to Intervale  236
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston  123
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available,
I Limited to continuous passage each way between starting point and Boston.
 . —            -_ - ViHlftrrir J%, - 68
EASTERN TOURS
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 105 Rates as follows :
From St. John, N.B $29.35    From St. Andrews $29.35
44     Fredericton  30.35       44     St. Stephen  29.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro  14
Maine Central Rd | Portland  50
Boston & Maine Rd     | Boston  10
Either 44 All Rail | Line 4" New York  0
Day Line Steamers..      | Albany  136
Delaware & Hudson Rd <4 Saratoga  130
Fitchburg Rd. via Hoosac Tunnel 4* Boston  234
Boston & Maine Rd    %< Portland ..'  18
Maine Central Rd 44 Vanceboro ?   50
Canadian Pacific Ry 4t Starting Point  10
0 229 and 142, or 232, 231 and 230, or 234 and 233.
New York, N.Y., and Return,
Route R 106
From St. John, N.B $28.35
44     Fredericton  29.35
Rates as follows:
From St. Andrews $28 35
44     St. Stephen  28.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd 4t Portland     50
Boston & Maine Rd 4< Boston     10
Either 4 Sound Line " 44 New York     0
Day Line Steamers '4 Albany  136
Delaware & Hudson Rd 44 Saratoga  1?0
Fitchburg Rd. via Hoosac Tunnel '4 Boston   238
Boston & Maine Rd 4< Portland     10
Maine Central Rd 4* Vanceboro     £0
Canadian Pacific Ry c< Starting Point     14
0 137 and 138 or 232 and 237.
Old Orchard Beach, Me., and Return.
Route R 107
From Quebec $15.00*
Rates as follows:
From London $31.10
44      St. Thomas  31.50
44      Niagara Falls 28.25
44     Buffalo  28.25
44      Detroit 33.50
Sault Ste. Marie 42.50
Montreal   11.00
|     Ottawa  16.00
44      Prescott   16.00
44      Brockville   16.60
il     Toronto  26.CO
From Fort William $56.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenbug   243
Maine Central Ry     4< Portlandr  244
Boston & Maine Rd 4i Old Orch ard Beach     11
Return same route. R
Old Orchard Beach, Me., and Return.      R W
* Route R 108
From Quebec $15 00
,4     Montreal  15.00
44      Ottawa  20.00
4<     Prescott  20.00
4<     Brockville  20.60
I     Toronto  30.00
From Fort William.
Rates as follows:
From London $35.10
44     St. Thomas 35.50
41      Niagara Falls 32.25
44     Buffalo *34.00... 33.25
44     Detroit  37.50
14      Sault Ste. Marie  46.50
 $60.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry  | Levis     33
Quebec Central Ry " Sherbrooke     84
Boston & Maine Rd ' Lunenburg  123
Maine Central Rd ?! Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd "Old Orchard Beach     11
Boston & Maine Rd U Portland     11
Maine Central R<
4 Lunenburg  244
243
250
Boston & Maine Rd    * * Newport	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point '.
-ft These routes may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Ry to Dudswell Junc  246
Maine Central Rd | Portland  247
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottav a to Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which ticVets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
■^^i^lw^ztx^C^^^x^tii  . _^,JI EASTERN TOURS
69
Old Orchard Beach, Me., and Return
R W
Route R 109
Rates as follows
From
%
ebec $24.00
From London	
44     St. Thomas     	
4 4     Niagara Falls	
44     Buffalo *$39.00
44     Detroit if.	
$10.10
40.50
37.25
. 38 25
42.50
44     Ottawa 25.00
4*     Prescott     25.00
44      Brockville  25.60
<4     Toronto  35.00
From Fort William $65.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville	
Bangor & Aroostook Rd '4 Oldtown	
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland	
Boston & Maine Rd *4 Old Orchard Beach
Boston & Maine Rd *4 Portland	
Maine Central Rd 4 4 Lunenburg  244
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Newport '.243
Canadian Pacific Ry    * Starting Point 250
Sault Ste. Marie 51.50
253
158
124
11
11
Perce, Que., and Return.
Route R 110
From Montreal  $19.45
* 44     Ottawa   24.45
44     Prescott 24.45
4<*     Brockville     25.05
tl     Toronto     34.45
|     London 39.55
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec
Quebec Steamship Co " Perce .,
Return same route.
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $39.95
*4     Niagara Falls  36.70
44     Buffalo *$38.45... 37.70
44     Detroit  41.95
4      Sault Ste. Marie 50.95
44     Fort William 64.95
     ..252
    85
R
Pictou, N.S., and Return
Route Rill
From Quebec $25.00
44     Montreal     25.00
44     Ottawa 30.00
44      Prescott 30.00
44     Brockville  30.60
44      Toronto 40.00
From Fort William $70.50
Conadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
Intercolonial Ry 44 Pictou	
Return same route.
Rates as follows :
From London    $45.10
44      St. Thomas 45.50
44      Niagara Falls 42.25
*4     Buffalo 42.25
44      Detroit 47.50
li     Sault Ste. Marie 56.50
251
1P9
R
Pictou, N.S., and Return.
Route R 1*2 Rates same as for Route R 111.
Canadian Pacific Ry   to Quebec  252
Ferry    ' Levis    ... 3j
Intercolonial Ry 4{ Pictou  35
Return same route. R
Pictou, N.S., and Return,
R W
Route R 113
From Quebec $30.00
44      Montreal 30 00
44     Ottawa 35.00
Prescott 35.00
4'.    Brockville  35.60
44     Toronto     45.00
Rates as follows:
From London $50.10
44     St. Thomas  50.50
44     Niagara Falls 47.25
44     Buffalo *$49.00... 48.25
|     Detroit 52.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 61.00
From Fort William $75.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry 44 Pictou  169
Intercolonial Ry " Levis  35
Ferry • "  Quebec  33
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  252
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. li
EASTERN TOURS
Pictou, N.S., and Return.
Route Rill Rates as follows :
From Quebec $28.50   From London   $48.60
<4      Montreal 28.50       |     St. Thomas      49.00
4      Ottawa  33.50       |     Niagara Falls  45.75
'4     Prescott 33.50       |     Buffalo'.... *$47.50... 46.75
44     Brockville 34.10       |     Detroit 51.00
1     Toronto 43.50       1     Sault Ste. Marie  60.00
From Fort William $74.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec    . 252
Quebec Steamship Co 4< Pictou     85
Intercolonial Ry   | St. John. N.B 169
Canadian Pacific Ry     4< Starting Point   251
Pictou, N.S., and Return.
Route R 115 Rates as follows :
From Montreal $24.55   From St. Thomas $45.05
Niagara Falls 41.80
Ottawa  29.55
Prescott  29,55
Brockville  30.15
Toronto 39.55
London  44.65
4     Buffalo *$43.55.. 42.80
44      Detroit  17.05
44     Sault Ste. Marie  56.05
4     Fort William  70.05
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec   252
Quebec Steamship Co 44 Pictou      85
Return same route. R
and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $52.10
44     St Thomas  52.50
Pictou, N.S.,
Route R 116
From Quebec $32.00
44     Montreal 32.00
44     Ottawa  37.00
44     Prescott  37.00
44      Brockville  37.60
44     Toronto 47 00
From Fort William $77.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B .
Intercolonial Ry "4 Point du Chene
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co    44 Summerside ...
Prince Edward Island Ry  44 Charlottetown .
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co " Pictou	
Intercolonial Ry 44 Levis
Ferry
Niagara Falls  49.25
Buffalo  *$51.00.. 50.25
Detroit    54.50
Sault Ste Marie  63.50
251
38
81
79
80
35
Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 starting Point  252
Plymouth, N.H., and Return.
Rates as follows:
00    From St. Thomas $31.50
Route R 117
From   Montreal $11
Ottawa  16.00
Prescott  16.00
Brockville  16.60
Toronto  26.00
London 31.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport...
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Wells River
Niagara Falls  28.25
Buffalo  28.25
Detroit  33.50
Sault Ste. Marie  42.00
Fort William  56.00
   250
     71
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Plymouth
Return same route.
191
R
Poland
Route R 118
From St. John, N.B
44     St. Andrews .
Springs and Return.
Rates as follows :
$14.50. 413.50 From St. Stephen $14.50. 413.50
14.50.413.50     44      Fredericton   15.50.414.50
Canadian Pacific Ry     to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd 44 Danville Junc  124
Stage <4 Poland Springs  241
JR T 1844 Return same route. R
Portland, Me., and Return.
From
n
Rates as follows:
London $30.60
St. Thomas  31.00
Niagara Falls  27.75
Buffalo 27.75
Detroit 33.00
Sault Ste. Marie  42.00
Route R 119
From   Quebec $14.50
Montreal  10.50
Ottawa  15.50
Prescott  15.50
Brockville  16.10
Toronto  25.50
From Fort William $56.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd | Portland  244
Return same route. R
See page 43 for additional charges for tic'cets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or by
Ottawa River Nav  Co from Ottawa to Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional  R il or  River St.   Lawrence,  Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (ti6) Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
X Limited to continuous passage each way.
—-- — ift&Sa&a
;    ■xiiStM EASTERN   TOURS
71
* Route R 120
Portland, Me., and Return.
Rates as follows
R W
Fro
m
Juebec $14.50
Montreal 14.50
44     Ottawa  *  19.50
44     Prescott  19.50
44     Brockville 20.10
44     Toronto I  29.50
From Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec
Ferry * 4 4 Levis .
From London $34.60
44     St. Thomas  35.00
44      Niagara Falls 31.75
14     Buffalo *$33.50.. 32.75
"     Detroit  37.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie  46.00
 $60.00
 252
 33
Quebec Central Ry 4 * Sherbrooke  84
Boston & Maine Rd     44 Lunenburg 123
Maine Central Rd 4< Portland 244
Maine Central Rd 44 Lunenburg  244
Boston & Maine Rd j 44 Newport . 243
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point     250
* These routes may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Ry to Dudswell Junc  246
Maine Central Rd. 44 Portland 247
Portland, Me., and Return.
Route R 121
Rates as follows :
From   Quebec $23.50   From London
R W
$39.60
St. Thomas  40.00
Niagara Falls  36.75
Buffalo *$38.50.. 37.75
Detroit  42.00
Sault Ste. Marie  51.00
Montreal  19.50
Ottawa  24.50
Prescott  24.50
Brockville  25.10
Toronto 34.50
From Fort William .$65.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville  253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd 44 Oldtown    158
Maine Central Rd 4t Portland  124
Maine Central Rd 4 4 Lunenburg  244
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Newport .'  243
Canadian Pacific Ry , 44 Starting Point  250
Portland, Me.
Route R 122
and Return.
Rates as follows
RW
From   Quebec $23.50   Fro
Montreal  23.50
Ottawa  28.50
Prescott  28.50
Brockville  29.10
Toronto 38.50
From Fort William
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Ferry	
Quebec Central Ry	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Bangor & Aroostook Rd	
Maine Central Rd	
Maine Central Rd	
Boston & Maine Rd	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Route R 123
Portland, Me,
m London $43.60
1     St. Thomas  44.00
1     Niagara Falls  40.75
Buffcilo *$42.50 . 41.75
j     Detroit M. 46.00
Sault Ste. Marie  55.00
 $69.00
.to Quebec  252
. 44 Levis.-     33
. 44 Sherbrooke     84
. 44 Greenville  253
. 44 Oldtown  158
. 44 Portland   124
. '4 Lunenburg 244
. 4< Newport  243
. 44 Starting Point  250
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Fort Fairfield $15.60
. 44     Caribou  15.60
44      Presque Isle   15.60
44     Houlton....  12.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro '... 1 *a kd ~   + r> t»iooo
Maine Central Rd.? "Portland }76-5R or J RT1833
Return same route. R
From St. John, N.B.$13.00.$tl2.00
44 St. Andrews... 13.00.412.00
44 St. Stephen... 13.00.412.00
44     Fredericton.... 14.00'. 413.00
Portland, Me., and Return.
Route R 124 Rate as follows :
From St. John, N.B.. .$12.50. 4$11.50
Canadian  Pacific Ry to Vanceboro'  14
Maine Central Rd # 4< Portland  50
International Steamship Co 44 St. John, N.B  40
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
•Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal ; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
X Limited to continuous passage each way 72
EASTERN  TOURS
Portsmouth, N.H
Route R 125
From   Quebec $18.00
Montreal  14.00
Ottawa  19.00
Prescott  19.00
Brockville  19.60
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls $31.25
>   44     Buffalo  31.25
44      London ...:  34.10
44     St. Thomas  34.50
44     Detroit  36.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  45.50
Toronto 29.00
From Fort William $59.50
Canadian  Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd | Wells River     71
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Portsmouth  191
Return same route. R
Portsmouth, N
Route R 126
From   Quebec  $16.75
Montreal  12.75
Ottawa  17.75
Prescott 17-75
Brockville  18.35
i i
. H., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls $30.00
44      Buffalo  30.00
44      London  32.85
44     St. Thomas  33.25
44     Detroit  35.25
44     Sault Ste. Marie  44.25
Toronto 27.75
From Fort William $58.25
Canadian  Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd 4< Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd 4< Portsmouth  123
Return same route. R
Portsmouth, N.H., and Return.
Route R 127 Rates same as for Route R 126
Canadian  Pacific Ry to Newport    250
Boston & Maine Rd       44 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd 44 Intervale    236
Boston & Maine  Rd 44 Portsmouth     123
Return same route..           . R
RlCHIBUCTO,   N.B.,  AND
Route R 128
From   Montreal $21.15
Ottawa  26.15
Prescott  26.15
Brockville   26.75
Toronto  36.15
London....*$44.00.. 41.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec
Ferry  li Levis..
Return.
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas *$44.25. .$41.60
44     Niagara Falls * 40.15.. 37.50
44     Buffalo * 40.15.. 37.50
44     Detroit  43.65
44     Sault Ste. Marie  52.65
44     Fort William  66.65
  252
     33
Intercolonial  Ry..
Kent Northern Rv
 4 4 Kent Junction     35
 *4 Richibucto  126
Return same route. R
Riviere du Loup, P.O., and Return.
Route R 129
From   Montreal $ 9.00
Ottawa  14.00
Prescott  14.00
Brockville     14.60
Toronto  24.00
* London 29.10
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $29.50
44      Niagara Falls  26.25
44     Buffalo *$28.00.. 27.25
44     Detroit 31.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 40.50
|     Fort William  54.50
Canadian  Pacific Ry.. ..! to Quebec  252
Ferry  44 Levis  33
Intercolonial  Ry 44 Riviere du Loup  35
Return same route. R
Riviere du Loup. P.O., and Return.
Route R 130
From   Montreal $ 9.00
Ottawa  14.00
Prescott   14.00
Brockville    • 14.60
Toronto 21.00
London  29.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44 Riviere du Loup
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $29.50
44     Niagara Falls  26.25
44     Buffalo *$28 00. j 27.25
44     Detroit J  31.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  40.50
44     Fort William  54.50
  252
 90
Return same route.
R
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston. Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
I Rates prefixed j are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal j or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
r 'f
v^sM-sa^^M^ EASTERN TOURS
73
Riviere du Loup,
Route R 131
From Montreal $ 9.80
44     Ottawa  14.80
44      Prescott 14.80
4<     Brockville  15.40
44     Toronto  24.80
P.Q., and Return. R W
Rates as follows'.
From St. Thomas $30.30
44     Niagara Falls  27.05
44     Buffalo *$28.80.. 28.05
'-'     Detroit ....     •  32.30
44     Sault Ste. Marie  41.30
I     Fort William  55.30
44     London 29.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry " Levis  33
Intercolonial Ry ; 44 Riviere du Loup  35
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co t4 Quebec  91
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Starting Point  252
St. Andrews, N.B., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $36.80
4     St. Thomas  37.20
44     Niagara Falls , .. 33.95
44     Buffalo  33.95
44      Detroit  39.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie  48.20
Route R 132
From Quebec $16.70
44      Montreal  16.70
44     Ottawa  21.70
44     Prescott  21.70
44     Brockville  22.30
44     Toronto"  31.70
From Fort William $62.20
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Andrews..
* Return same route.
14
R
St. Andrews, N.B., and Return.
Route R 133
From Quebec $25.00
|      Montreal 21.00
44      Ottawa  26.00
44      Prescott 26.00
44     Brockille 26.60
44     Toronto  31.70
Rates as follows :  ",
From London $36.80
44     St. Thomas  37.20
*4     Niagara Falls  33.95
44     Buffalo  33.95
44      Detroit  39.20
44      Sault Ste. Marie  48.20
From Fort William $62.20
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 4t Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd  4 4 Vanceboro'   124
Canadian Pacific Ry '' St. Andrews     14
Return same route. R
St. Andrews, N.B., and Return,
R W
From
n
Route R 134
From Quebec $24.00
Montreal  21.00
Ottawa 26.00
Prescott  26.00
Brockville 26.60
Toronto     36.00       |
From Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Frontier Steamboat Co  44
International Steamship Co 44
Maine Central Rd |
Boston & Maine Rd |
Canadian Pacific Ry "
Rates as follows'.
London $41.10
St. Thomas rf ... 41.50
Niagara Fal's 38.25
Buffalo' *$40.00.. 39.25
Detroit :  43.50.
Sault Ste. Marie 52.50
 $66.50
St. Andrews     14
Eastport  163
Portland  125
Lunenburg   244
Newport  243
Starting Point  250
St. Andrews, N.B., and Return.
R W
From
Route R 135
From Quebec $26.50
44     Montreal     24.50
44     Ottawa  29.50
44     Prescott 29.50
44     Brockville  30.10       |
|     Toronto  39.50
From Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Frontier Steamboat Co 4<
International Steamship Co 4%
Boston & Maine Rd »4
Concord & Montreal Rd 44
Boston & Maine Rd t4
Canadian Pacific Ry 44
Rates as follows".
London $44.60
St. Thomas     45.00
Niagara Falls  41.75
Buffalo *$43.50.. 42.75
Detroit  47.00
Sault Ste. Marie  56.00
 $70.00
St. Andrews     14
Eastport  163
Boston  125
Nashua Junc       3
Wells River 245
Newport     71
Starting Point     250
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. ^1
m
74
EASTERN  TOURS
St,
RW
Andrews, N.B., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $44.10
|     St. Thomas 44.50
44     Niagara Falls  41.25
"     Buffalo *$43.50.. 42.25
I     Detroit 46.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie 55.50
From Fort William $69.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Andrews     14
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd " Lunenburg  124
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Newport     243
Canadian Pacific Ry 3 Starting Point  250
St. John, N.B., and Return. RW
Route R 136
From Quebec $27.00
4' Montreal 24.00
U Ottawa  29.00
" Prescott  29.00
% Brockville    29.60
8 Toronto 39.00
Routed R 137
From Quebec $21.00
44      Montreal  21.00
44     Ottawa 26.00
44     Prescott 26.00
44     Brockville  26.60
I     Toronto  36.00
From Fort William $66.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B.
Return same route.
Rates as follows:
From London *$43.55. .$39.85
44     St. Thomas * 44.10..  40.10
44     Niagara Falls ... .* 40.00.. 36.00
44     Buffalo * 40.00.. 36.00
i     Detroit 43.50
i     Sault Ste. Marie  52.50
251
R
St. John, N.B., and Return.
Route R 138 Rates same as for Route R137
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry 4 4 Levis     33
Intercolonial Ry 44 St. John, N.B     35
Return same route. R
Route R 139
From Quebec $25.00
44      Montreal  21.00
I     Ottawa  26.00
44     Prescott  26.00
y      Brockville 26.60
St. John, N.B., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $41.10
44      St Thomas  41.50
|     Niagara Falls  38.25
"     Buffalo  38.25
I     Detroit  43.50
I     Sault Ste. Marie 52.50
"     Toronto 36.00       U
From Fort William $66.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd * * Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Vanceboro  124
Canadian Pacific Ry 4* St John, N.B 251
Return same route. R
St. John, N.B
Route R 140
From Quebec  $26.00
44      Montreal  26.00
44     Ottawa *... 31.00
44     Prescott *... 31.00
44     Brockville  31.60
R w
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $46.10
44     St. Thomas  46.50
44     Niagara Falls  43.25
44     Buffalo *$45.00.. 44.25
44     Detroit  48.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  57.50
"     Toronto   41.00
From Fort William $71.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B , 251
Intercolonial Ry 4 4 Levis     35
Ferry | Quebec       33
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point     252
John, N.B., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $46.60
44     St. Thomas  47.00
44     Niagara Falls 43.75
44     Buffalo *$45.50.. 44.75
44     Detroit  49.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie  58.00
St. John, N.B., and Return. R W
Route R 141
From Quebec $29.50
|     Montreal  26.50
44     Ottawa  31.50
"      Prescott  31.50
|     Brockville 32.10
|     Toronto  41.50
From Fort William $72.00
Canadian Pacific Ry  .to St. John, N.B 251
Canadian Pacific Ry     44 Vanceboro  251
Maine Central Rd 4% Lunenburg ... t  124
Boston & Maine Rd 4t Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Starting Point 250
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
P77iT.ifrty,v^rff>	 EASTERN TOURS
75
Route R 142
From Quebec $28.00
Montreal 25.00
Ottawa 30.00
Prescott  30.00
Brockville 30.60
St. John, N.B., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $45.10
44     St. Thomas  45.50
44     Niagara Falls  42.25
44     Buffalo *$44.00.. 43.25
44     Detroit  47.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  56.50
Toronto  40.00
From Fort William $70.50
Canadian Pacific Ry. to St. John, N.B  251
International Steamship Co 4i Portland  40
Maine Central Rd 44 Lunenburg  244
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  250
St. John, N.B., and Return,
R W
Route R 143
From   Quebec $29.00
Montreal  27.00
Ottawa 32.00
Prescott 32.00
Brockville 32.60
Rates as follows:
From London $47.10
44      St. Thomas  47.50
44     Niagara Falls 44.25
44     Buffalo *$46.Q0.. 45.25
44     Detroit 49.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  58.50
Toronto 42.00
From Fort William $72.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
International Steamship Co " Boston  39
Boston & Maine Rd .* 44 Nashua Junc  3
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Wells River  245
Boston & Maine Rd , 44 Newport... .^  71
Canadian Pacific Ry | Starting Point  250
St. Johns, Newfoundland, and Return..
Route R 144 Rates as follows:
From   Ottawa $55.00    From St. Thomas $70.50
Prescott 55.00       '4     Niagara Falls 67.25
Brockville 55.60       4'     Buffalo *$69.00.. 68.25
Toronto 65.00       44      Detroit  72.50
London 70.10       44     Sault Ste. Marie  81.00
From Fort William $95.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
IIBlack Diamond S.S. Line 44 St. Johns, Nfld       2
Return sanie route. R
Return.
Rates as follows:
From London *$46.30.
44     St. Thomas * 46.85.
44     Niagara Falls * 42.75/
44     Buffalo * 42.75.
44     Detroit 46.25
44     Sault Ste. Marie 55.25
$43.00
, 43.25
. 39.15
39.15
Summerside, P.E.I., and
Route R 145
From   Quebec $23.75
44       Montreal 23.75
Ottawa  28.75
Prescott  28.75
Brockville  29.35
Toronto 38.75
From Fort William $69.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B 251
Intercolonial Ry 44 Point du Chene     38
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co 44 Summerside     81
Return same route. R
Summerside, P.E.I., and Return.
Route R 146 Rates same as for Route R 145
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry " Levis     33
Intercolonial Ry 44 Point du Chene     35
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co 44 Summerside     81
Return same route. R
Summerside, P.E.I., and
Route R 147
From   Montreal $22.85
Ottawa  27.85
Prescott 27.85
Brockville 28.45
Toronto 37.85
London   42.95
Canadian Pacific Ry  to
Quebec Steamship Co	
Return.
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $43.35
44      Niagara Falls    40.10
44     Buffalo  *$39.75.. 41.10
44     Detroit  45.35
44     Sault Ste. Marie 54.35
Fort William 68.35
•uebec  252
ummerside     85
Return same route.
R
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
H Meals and Berths included. 76
EASTERN   TOURS
Summerside, P.E.I., and Return,
Route R 148
From
Quebec $26.75
Montreal  26.75
Ottawa  31.75
Prescott  31.75
Brockville  32.35
Toronto  41.75
Rates as follows:
From London $46.86
44     St. Thomas  47.25
44     Niagara Falls  44.00
44     Buffalo *$45.75.. 45.00
44     Detroit  49.25
44     Sault Ste. Marie  58.25
From Fort William $72.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec	
Quebec Steamship Co il Summerside ...
CharlottetQwn Steam Navigation Co 44 Point du Chene
Intercolonial Ry 1 St. John,
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Starting
  252
  85
  81
N.B  38
Point  251
Summerside, P.E.I., and Return.
Route R ^J-49 Rates same as for Route R 148
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec	
euebec Steamship Co <4 Summerside 
harlottetown Steam Navigation Co 4 4 Point du Chene	
Intercolonial Ry 4 4 Levis	
Ferry 44 Quebec
Canadian Pacific Ry	
  252
     85
     81
    35
     33
4 Starting Point  252
Sydney, C.B., and Return,
Route R 150
From   Quebec $27.50
Montreal  27.50
Ottawa  32.50
Prescott  32.50
Brockville  33.10
Toronto 42.50
From Fort William $73.00
Canadian Pacific Ry * to St. John, N.B
Intercolonial Ry 44 Sydney	
Return same route.
Rates as follows:
From London $47.60
44     St. Thomas  48.00
44     Niagara Falls. 44.75
44     Buffalo 44.75
44     Detroit  50.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie  59.00
251
187
R
Sydney, C.B., and Return.
Rates same as for Route R 150
Route R 151
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec
Ferry. * 44 Levis ..
Intercolonial  Ry 44 Sydney
Return same route.
252
33
35
R
Sydney, C.B., and Return,
Route R 152
Rates as follows
From   Quebec $30.35
Montreal  30.35
Ottawa 35.35
44       Prescott  35.35
Brockville  35.95
4 4       Toronto  45.35
From Fort William $75.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B 251
Intercolonial Ry 44 Mulgrave  187
Bras d'Or Steamers 44 Sydney     12
Return same route. R
From London $50.45
44     St. Thomas  50.85
44     Niagara Falls  47.60
44     Buffalo *$49.35.. 48.60
44     Detroit  52.85
44     Sault Ste. Marie  61.85
Sydney, C.B., and Return.
Route R 153 Rates same as for Route R 152
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec
Ferry	
Intercolonial Ry	
Bras d'Or Steamers 44 Sydney
Return same route.
 252
44 Levis     33
44 Mulgrave     35
12
R
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
!    '_ EASTERN TOURS
77
Sydney, C.B., and Return,
RW
Route R 154
From   Quebec $36.00
Montreal  36:00
Ottawa  41.00
Prescott  41.00
Brockville 41.60
Toronto 51.00
From Fort William
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Intercolonial Ry 4 4 Sydney
Intercolonial Ry 4 4 Levis .
Ferry     44 Quebec
Rates as follows:
From London  $56.10
44     St. Thomas  56.50
44     Niagara Falls 53.25
44     Buffalo *$55.00.. 54.25
44     Detroit  58.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 67.50
 $81.50
...to St. John, N.B	
251
187
35
33
Canadian Pacific Ry
tarting Point  252
Sydney, C.B., and Return.
RW
Route R 155
From   Quebec $37.10
Montreal 37.10
Ottawa 42.10
Prescott  42.10
Brockville 42.70
Toronto 52.10
From Fort William
Canadian Pacific
Ferry
Rates as follows:
rom London $57.20
44     St. Thomas  57.60
44     Niagara Falls 54.35
44     Buffalo *$56.10.. 55.35
44     Detroit 59.60
44     Sault Ste. Marie  68.60
 $82.60
Ry to Quebec 252
 44 Levis     33
Intercolonial Ry 44 Mulgrave     35
Bras d'Or Steamers 44 Sydney     12
Bras d'Or Steamers 44 Mulgrave     12
Intercolonial Ry 44 St. John, N.B  187
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point 251
Route R 156
Tadousac, P.Q., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From   Montreal $12.00
Ottawa  17.0ft
Prescott  17.00
Brockville  17.60
Toronto...  27.00
London  32.10
From St. Thomas $32.50
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44     Detroit \ 34.50
•4      Sault Ste. Marie 43.50
44     Fort William  57.50
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Quebec	
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Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 4< Tadousac	
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Prescott 15.00
Brockville  15.60
Toronto  25.00
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Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $30.50
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44     Buffalo *$29.00.. 28.25
44     Detroit  32.50
44     SaultSte. Marie 41.50
44     Fort William  55.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec ..
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44 Tadousac
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Montreal  12.00
Ottawa  17.00
Prescott  17.00
Brockville 17.60
Rates as follows :
From London    $32.10
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44     Niagara Falls 29.25
44     Buffalo  29.25
44     Detroit 34.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 43.50
Toronto 27.00
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Wells River     71
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Weir's 191
Return same route. R
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville 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) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. 78
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Route R 159
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd 44 Destination  124
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd 44 Zealand Junc  124
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd 4< Destination  254
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Route R 161
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg  243
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Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Destination , 191
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Route R 162
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport .,  250
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Route R 163
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd 44 Zealand Junc  124
Profile 8t Franconia Notch Rd 44 Destination  254
Return same route. R
Route R 165
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd 44 Fabj-an's  124
Concord & Montreal Rd i4 Destination  191
Return same route. R
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. -7 -■ -.
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd...
     14
Destination  313
Route S 2
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Loon Lake Station
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New York Central & Hudson River Rd-.... 44 Saranac Lake
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Route S 7
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd lt Paul Smith's Station  313
Paul Smith's Stage Line 44 Paul Smith's Hotel  309
Route S 8
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New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... 44 Childwold    313
Stage il Childwold Park House 310
Route S 9
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Route S 10
From Quebec $11.00
Montreal     9.00
Ottawa :$11.70.. 12.00
Prescott.... X 10.40.. 12.00
Brockville .4 10.40.. 12.40
Toronto....!   13.00. *19.00
Boston, Mass.
Rates as follows:
From London X$14.35..
44     St. Thomas X 14.35..
I     Niagara Falls J  14.40..
44     Buffalo X 14.95..
44     Detroit X 17.45..
*«     Sault Ste. Marie .J 23.85..
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Wells River.
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Nashua Junc.
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston	
$22.20
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Boston, Mass
Route S 11
From   Quebec $11.00
Montreal  10.30
Ottawa  12.00
Prescott 12.00
Brockville  12.40
"       Toronto    19.00
Rates as follows:
From London $22.20
44     St. Thomas  22.20
44     Niagara Falls  20.50
44     Buffalo  20.50
§     Detroit  22.20
"     Sault Ste. Marie  29.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland 244
Boston & Maine Rd 4< Boston     10
Boston, Mass,
Route S 12
From   Quebec $10.50
Montreal     8.50
Ottawa  12.00
Prescott  11.85
Brockville  12.25
4<       Toronto  18.50
Rates as follows:
From London $21.70
44     St. Thomas  21.70
44     Niagara Falls  20.00
•4     Buffalo  20 00
44     Detroit  21.70
"     Sault Ste. Marie  29.35
Canadian Pacific Ry ; to Newport.. j
Boston & Maine Rd 4 4 Lunenburg.
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland ...
Steamer 44 Boston
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Route S 13
From   Quebec $17.00
Montreal  15.00
Ottawa  17.50
Prescott  18.35
Brockville  18.75
4<       Toronto  25.00
Boston, Mass.
Rates as follows:
From London $28.20
44     St. Thomas  28.20
44     Niagara Falls  26.50
44     Buffalo  26.50
44     Detroit  28.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie 35.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville
Bangor & Aroostook Rd 44 Oldtown .
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland .
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston...
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Route S 14
From Quebec $13.90
Montreal  11.90
Ottawa  14.40
44       Presc©tt  15.25
Brockville  15.65
Toronto  21.90
Rates as follows:
From London $25.10
44     St. Thomas  25.10
44     Niagara Falls 23.40
4-     Buffalo  23.40
44     Detroit 25.10
44     Sault Ste. Marie  32.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd '. 44 Lunenburg 243
Maine Central Rd 44 Fabyans 124
Concord & Montreal Rd 4< Bethlehem Junc  191
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd. 44 Profile House     83
Stage 44 North Woodstock 212
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Nashua Junc 191
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston      3
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
* Rates. prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
X Rates prefixed X are All Rail, limited to continuous passage.
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Halifax, N.S.
Route S15
From   Quebec $16.50
Montreal  16.50
Ottawa  20.00
Prescott  19.85
Brockville 20.25
Toronto ...*$25.00.. 23.65
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
Intercolonial Ry 44 Halifax	
Rates as rollows :
From London   *$28.40.$25.95
44     St. Thomas * 28.65. 26.10
44     Niagara Falls * 26.50. 23.65
44     Buffalo * 26.50. 23.65
4-     Detroit  28.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie  35.85
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Route S 16 Rates same as for Route S 15
Canadian Pacific Ry..., to St. John, N.B 251
Bay of Fundy Steamship Co 44 Annapolis       65
Dominion Atlantic Rv " Halifax    « 106
Route S 17
Halifax, N.S.
Rates as follows
From   Quebec i $18.50
Montreal  16.50
Ottawa 20.00
Prescott  19.85
.   44       Brockville  20.25
g       Toronto v. 26.50
From London    $29.70
44     St. Thomas      29.70
44     Niagara Falls     28.00
44     Buffalo  28.00
44     Detroit  29.70
44     Sault Ste. Marie   37-35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine R*d • 44 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd. 4t Portland  244
International Steamship Co '4 St. John, N.B     40
Bay of Fundy Steamship Co 44 Annapolis     65
Dominion Atlantic 4 4 Halifax  106
Halifax, N.S.
Route S 18 Rates same as for Route S 17
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg 243
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland  244
International  Steamship Co *4 St. John, N.B     40
Intercolonial Ry..' N 44 Halifax     36
Halifax, N.S.
Route S 19 Rates same as for Route S 17
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg '.  243
Maine Central Rd 44 Vanceboro  124
Canadian Pacific Ry " St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry 44 Halifax  36
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Montreal  10.00
Ottawa t$ll.30.. 11.40
Prescott  13.35
Brockville  13.75
Toronto  20.00
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44     Niagara Falls 21.50
44     Buffalo  21.50
44     Detroit 23.20
1      Sault Ste. Marie  30.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. I.. 4< New York  313
New York
Route S 21
Canadian Pacific Ry.
Boston & Maine Rd.
Central Vermont Rd
Boston & Maine Rd.
Rates same as for Route S 20
... to Newport  250
... 44 White River Junc  123
... 44 Windsor  134
... 4< Brattleboro  139
Central Vermont Rd 44 W. Northfield and S. Vernon.. 140
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Springfield  141
New York, New Haven & Hartford Rd.... 44 New York 142
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste.  Marie,  Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence,   Toronto  (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal;  or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
X Rates prefixed X are All Rail, limited to continuous passage.
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EASTERN TOURS—One Way Trips
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Route S 22
From   Quebec $15.00
Montreal  13.00
Ottawa  15.50
44       Prescott  16.35
Brockville  16.75
4<       Toronto  23.00
Rates as follows:
From London $26.20
44     St. Thomas  26.20
NiagaraFalls  24.50
44     Buffalo  24.50
44     Detroit  26.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie  33.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  260
Boston & Maine Rd 4< Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd 4i Boston.     10
Old Colony Rd. (N.Y.N.H. & H.Rd. Lessee) '4 Fall River  137
Fall River Line 44 New York 138
New
Route S 23
From   Quebec $15.00
Montreal  13.00
Ottawa 15.50
44       Prescott  16.35
Brockville  16.75
"       Toronto   23.00
York
Rates as follows:
From London $26.20
•4     St. Thomas  26.20
44     Niagara Falls  24*50
44     Buffalo  24.50
44     Detroit  26.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie   33.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport     250
Boston & Maine Rd | Wells River  71
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Nashua Junc  245
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston  3
Old Colony Rd. (N.Y.N.H. & H.Rd. Lessee) 44 Fall River  137
Fall River Line 4< New York  138
New
Route S 21
From   Quebec $14.50
Montreal  12.50
Ottawa  15.00
Prescott  15.85
Brockville  16.25
"       Toronto  22.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport.
Boston & Maine Rd 4i Lunenbur
York.
Rates as follows :
From London $25.70
44     St. Thomas  25.70
44     Niagara Falls  24.00
44     Buffalo ... 1  24.00
44     Detroit  25.70
Sault Ste Marie 33.35
  250
 243
Rd.
Maine" Central
Steamer	
Old Colony Rd. (N.Y.N.H. & H. Rd. Lessee)
Fall River Line	
Portland ,  244
Boston > 105
Fall River  137
New York  138
Route S 25
From   Quebec $23.75
Montreal  20.75
New York.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $17.00
44     London  14.15
44     St. Thomas  14.40
44     Sault Ste. Marie 21.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto     14
Niaerara Navigation Co 4 4 Lewiston     62
Ottawa  18.55
Prescott  17.40
New York Central & Hudson River Rd,
New York  167
New York
Route S 26
From
Quebec $28.45
Montreal  25.45
Ottawa  27.95
Prescott  28.80
Brockville 29.20
Toronto 35.45
Rates as follows:
From London $38.65
44     St. Thomas 38.65
44     Niagara Falls  36.95
44     Buffalo 36.95
44     Detroit  38.65
S     Sault Ste. Marie 46.30
to
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Boston & Maine Rd 44
Maine Central Rd 4 4
Concord & Montreal Rd 44
Mt. Washington Ry 4<
Stage 44
Stage 4<
Maine Central Rd 44
Concord & Montreal Rd 4<
Boston & Maine Rd 4<
Central Vermont Rd 44
Boston & Maine Rd 44
Central Vermont Rd 44
Boston & Maine Rd 4<
New York, New Haven & Hartford Rd 44
Newport	
Lunenburg	
Fabyan's	
Base of Mt. Washington	
Summit	
Glen House	
Glen Station	
Fabyan's	
Wells River	
White River Junc	
Windsor	
Brattleboro	
W. Northfield and S. Vernon
Springfield	
New York	
250
243
124
6
55
100
99
124
191
123
134
139
140
111
142
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Pre,scott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal,
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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85
New York.
Route S 27
Rates as follows
From   Quebec $24.10
Montreal  21.10
Ottawa 23.60
Prescott 24.45
Brockville 24.85
Toronto  31.10
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Boston & Maine Rd	
Maine Central Rd	
Concord & Montreal Rd	
Mt. Washington Ry	
Mt. Washington  Rv	
Concord & Montreal Rd	
Maine Central Rd	
Maine Central Rd	
Concord & Montreal Rd	
Boston & Maine Rd	
Central Vermont Rd	
Boston & Maine Rd	
Central Vermont Rd	
Boston & Maine Rd	
New York, New Haven & Hartford Rd..
From London $34.30
44     St. Thomas 34.30
44     Niagara Falls 32.60
44     Buffalo 32.60
44     Detroit 34.30
44     Sault Ste. Marie 41.95
 to Newport  250
.... 4 4 Lunenburg  243
.... 44 Fabyan's  124
 44 Base of Mt. Washington       6
.... 4 4 Summit     55
 44 Base of Mt. Washington     55
.... 44 Fabyan's       6
.... 4t Crawford     74
.... ,4 Fabyan's     74
.... ,4 Wells River  191
.... 44 White River Junc  123
.... 44 Windsor  134
.... *4 Brattleboro 139
.... 44 W. Northfield and S. Vernon. 140
.... *4 Springfield  141
•New York 142
New York
Route S 28
Rates as follows
From   Montreal $15.90
Ottawa  18.40
Prescott  19.25
Brockville  19.65
Toronto  25.90
From London $29.10
44     St. Thomas 29.10
44     Niagara Falls  27.40
44      Buffalo  27.40
44      Detroit  29.10
From Sault Ste. Marie $36.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd | Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd 44 Fabyan's  124
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Bethlehem Junc  191
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd 44 Profile House     83
Stage 44 North Woodstock  212
Concord & Montreal Rd 44 Nashua  191
Boston & Maine Rd 4i Boston       3
Old Colony Rd 44 Fall River 137
Fall River Line 44 New York  138
Portland, Me.
Route S 29
Rates as follows
From   Quebec }$8.50. .$10.50
Montreal     7.50
Ottawa  11.00
Prescott  10.85
-     44       Brockville  11.25
|       Toronto . .*$17.50.. X 15.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport ..
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg
From London $20.70. 4$17.00
44     St. Thomas 20.70..i 17.00
Niagara Falls *19.00. 4 16.50
Maine Central  Rd
Route S 30
Buffalo    *19.00.4 16.50
Detroit 20.70. 4 17.00
Sault Ste. Marie .. *28.35. 4 25.00
 250
  243
Portland | 244
Portland, Me.
Rates as follows :
From   Quebec $15.00
Montreal 12.00
Ottawa    14.50
Prescott  15.35
Brockville 15.75
Toronto     22.00
From London $25.20
44     St. Thomas 25.20
4-     Niagara Falls  23.50
44     Buffalo  23.50
44     Detroit  25.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie 32.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville  253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd 44 Oldtown  158
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland  124
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto. Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav./ Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66} Ottawa
to Montreal.
X Rates prefixed X are All Rail, limited to continuous passage. rr-r*- T  : l. •■
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86
EASTERN TOURS—One Way Trips
Route S 31
From
Quebec $13.50
Montreal  13.50
Ottawa  17.00
Prescott  16.85
Brockville  17.25
Toronto.. 4$20.05.. *20.50
St. Andrews, N.B.
Rates as follows:
From London $23.70... t$22 35
44     St. Thomas  23.70.. 4 22.10
t     Niagara Falls ... .*22.00. .4 20.05
4'     Buffalo *22.00...J 20.05
14     Detroit       23.70
"      Sault Ste. Marie  31.35
Canadian Pacific Ry .to St. Andrews     14
St. John, N.B
Route S 32
From   Quebec $13.50
Montreal  13.50
Ottawa  17.00
Prescott  16.85
Brockville  17.25
Toronto. 4$20.05. .* 23.00
Rates as follows:
From London J $22.35... .$26.20
44     St. Thomas... 4   22.10.... 26.20
44     Niagara Falls. 4   20.05. ..* 24.50
44     Buffalo  .X   20.05...* 24.50
•4     Detroit  26.20
"     Sault Ste. Marie 33.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
251
St.
Route S 33
From    Quebec $15.00
xMontreal  15.00
Ottawa  17.50
Prescott  18.35
Brockville  18.75
44       Toronto 22.00
Canadian Pacific Ry.. r	
Frontier Steamboat Co	
John, N.B.
Rates as follows : *
From London $25.20
44     St. Thomas  25.20
44     Niagara Falls  23.50
44     Buffalo  23.50
44     Detroit  25.20
|     Sault Ste. Marie 32.85
.... to St. Andrews     14
Eastport  163
  125
International Steamship Co 44 St. John, N.B
St. John, N.B.
RouteS 34
From Quebec $14.00
44      Montreal 12.00 ■
44     Ottawa  15.50
44     Prescott  15.35
Brockville   15.75
44     Toronto    ...4820.05.. 22.00
Canadian Pacific Rv	
Rates as follows :
From London tf21.00
44      St. Thomas J 21.00.
44     Niagara Falls ..4 20.05.
44     Buffalo X 20.05.
44     Detroit 1 21.00-
$25.20
. 25.20
23.50
. 23.50
. 25.20
Sault Ste. Marie 32.85
  250
to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg
Maine Central Rd.
Portland
International Steamship Co 44 St. John, N B
243
244
40
§t. John, N.B.
Rates as follows:
From London $27.20
4(      St. Thomas  27.20
44     Niagara Falls  25.50
44     Buffalo 25.50
44      Detroit ..   *  27.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie  34.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport           250
Boston & Maine Rd    .     .. 4 4 Wells River     71
Concord & Montreal Rd    44 Nashua Junc  245
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston     ...      3
International Steamship Co *4 St. John, N.B     39
Route S 35
From Quebec $16.00
44      Montreal   14.00
44     Ottawa 17.50
44     Prescott     17.35
44     Brockville    17.75
44 * Toronto 24.00
St. John, N.B
Route S 36
From   Quebec $15.50
Montreal  13.50
44       Ottawa  17.00
44       Prescott  16.85
|       Brockville  17.25
|       Toronto 120.05 1[23.00.23.50
Rates as follows:
From London X$23.50.$26.20
St. Thomas X 23.50.
Niag. Fls.4$20.05..1[24.50.
Buffalo.... X 20.05..^24.50.
Detroit J 23.50.
Sault Ste. Marie.... 1T33.85.
26.20
25.00
25.00
26.20
34.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd i( Vanceboro' , 124
Canadian Pacific Ry "St. John, N.B  251
See page 43 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 44 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste, Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
t Rates prefixed X are All Rail, limited to continuous passage.
TT Rates prefixed If are limited to continuous passage east of Montreal.
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— '--*-—	 EASTERN T0URS-0ne Way Trips
87
Routes to White Mountains and Seaside Resorts.
Route S 37
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport...
Boston & Maine Rd 1 Lunenburg.
Maine Central Rd 44 Destination
250
243
124
Route S 38
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg 243
Maine Central Rd | Scotts 124
Concord & Montreal Rd I Destination  191
Route S 39
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg	
Maine Central Rd " Zealand Junc  124
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd " Destination  254
250
243
Route S 40
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport...
Boston & Maine Rd | Lunenburg.
Maine Central Rd " Portland ...
Boston & Maine Rd 4< Destination
250
243
244
123 88
EASTERN TOURS—One Way Trips
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 ..   _..   -■•-&-• '-i£%£ <■%*&'■ '-I^J^W' Side Trips
TO   BE  USED   IN   CONNECTION   WITH
astern Tours
ENUMERATED HEREIN.
Bethlehem Junction to Bethlehem and Return.
Route S T 1 Rate $1.00
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd to Bethlehem :     82
Return same route. R
Bethlehem Junction to Profile House and Return.
Route S T 2 Rate $3.00
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd to Profile House     &3
Return same route. R
Boston to Cottage City, Mass., and Return.
Route S T 3 Rate $3.00
Old Colony Rd. (N.Y.N.H. & H. Lessee), .to New Bedford  193
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 T 4 Rate $3.25
Old Colony Rd. (N.Y.N.H. & H. Lessee).. .to Providence  232
New York, New Haven & Hartford Rd 44 Kingston  194
Narragansett   Pier Rd " Narragansett Pier  195
Return same route. R
Boston to Newport, R.I., and Return.
Route S T 5                                                                                        Rate $2.50
Old Colony Rd. (N.Y.N.H. & H. Lessee), .to Newport  193
Return same route.
R
Fabyan's to Summit Mt. Washington and Return.
Route S T 6 Rate $6.00
Concord & Montreal Rd to Base of Mt. Washington      6
Mount Washington Ry " Summit     55
Return same route.
R
Fabyan's to Summit Mt. Washington and Return.
Route S T 7 Rate $11.25
Concord & Montreal Rd to Base of Mt. Washington  6
Mount Washington Ry " Summit  55
Stage " Glen House  100
Stage " GlenStation  99
Maine Central Rd 44 Fabyan's  75
Fredericton Junction to Fredericton and Return .
Route S T 8                                                                                         Rate $1.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fredericton     14
Return same route.
R
Greenville to Mt. Kineo House and Return.
Route S T 9 Rate $1.50
Steamer to Mt. Kineo House 165
Return same route. R
Lennoxville  or Sherbrooke to Greenville and Return
(Moosehead Lake).
Route S T 10 Rate $7.40
Canadian Pacific Ry   to Greenville 253
Return same route. R
Lennoxville or Sherbrooke to Lake Megantic and Return.
Route S T 11 Rate $3.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Lake Megantic     14
Return same route. R m**-i-; :
90
EASTERN TOURS—Side Trips
McAdam Junction to Woodstock, N.B., and Return.
Route S T 12 Rate $2.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Woodstock, N.B     14
Return same route. R
McAdam Junction to St. Andrews and Return.
Route S T 13
Canadian Pacific Ry,
Rate $2.00
, to St. Andrews     14
Return same route. :'vv R
Magog to Newport, Vt., and Return.
Route S T 14 Rate $1.50
Steamer to Newport 164
Return same route. R
Newport, Vt., to Magog and Return.
Route S T 15
Steamer to Magog
Return same route.
Rate $1.50
103
R
Portland, Me., to Old Orchard Beach and Return.
Route S T 16 Rate 50 cents
Boston & Maine Rd to Old Orchard Beach     11
Return same route. R
Portland to Biddeford, Me., and Return.
Route S T 17
Boston & Maine Rd.
Rate 75 cents
 to Biddeford  123
Return same route. R
Portland to Kennebunkport, Me., and Return.
RouteS T18
Boston & Maine Rd,
Rate $1.70
 to Kennebunkport  123
Return same route. R
Portland to Scarboro, Me., and Return,
Route S T 19
Boston & Maine Rd
Rate 35 cents
 to Scarboro  123
Return same route. R
Portsmouth, N.H., to Isle of Shoals and Return,
Route S T 20
Steamer	
Rate $1.00
 to Isle of Shoals 198
Return same route. R
Portsmouth, N.H., to North Hampton, N.H., and Return.
Route S T 21 Rate 45 cents
Boston & Maine Rd to North Hampton  123
Return same route. R
Portsmouth, N.H., to Rye Beach, N.H., and Return.
Route S T 22 Rate $1.45
Boston & Maine Rd to North Hampton  123
Stage I Rye Beach  192
Return same route. R
Quebec to Cape Tourmente and Return.
RouteS 23 Rate $1.80
Quebec, Montmorency & Charlevoix Ry.... to Cape Tourmente  275
Return same route. R
Quebec to Ha Ha Bay, Chicoutimi, and Return.   R W
Route S T 24 Rate $9.40
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co to Ha Ha Bay, etc  90
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co   44 Riviere du Loup  91
Intercolonial Ry   4< Levis  35
Ferry  " Quebec  33
Quebec to Ha Ha Bay, Chicoutimi, and Return.
Route S T 25 Rate $8.00
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co to Ha Ha Bay, etc     90
Return same route. R
-' :-;* -.«.. •:&' ^^^.fok^A,.        3§|l_ / EASTERN TOURS -Side Trips
91
Quebec to Chicoutimi and Return.
Route S T 26 Rate $9.00
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Roberval.;  28 J
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Chicoutimi  2h2
Return same route. R
Quebec to Chicoutimi and Return.
Route S T 27    '" Rate $10.00
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Roberval  282
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry " Chicoutimi  28*2
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44 Quebec     90
Quebec to Lake Edward and Return.
Route S T 28 Rate S4.50
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Lake Edward 273
Return same route. R
Quebec to Lake Joseph and Return.
Route S T 29 Rate $1.00
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Lake Joseph  274
Return same route. R
Quebec to Lake St. John and Return.
Route S T 30 Rate $7.50
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Lake St. John  117
Return same route. R
r        Quebec to Montmorency Falls and Return.
Route S T 31 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 32 Rate $1.20
Quebec, Montmorency & Charlevoix Ry.. .to Ste. Anne de Beaupre  20"»
Return same route. R
Quebec to St. Raymond and Return.
Route S T 33 Rate $1.50
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to St. Raymond  276
Return same route. R
St. Andrews, N.B., to St. Stephen, N.B., and Return.
Route S T 34 Rate $1.00
Frontier Steamboat Co to St. Stephen  173
Return same route. R
St. Andrews, N.B., to Eastport, Me., and Return.
Route S T 35 Rate $1.00
Frontier Steamboat Co.- to Eastport   163
Return same route. R
St. Andrews, N.B., to Campobello and Return.
Route S T 36 Rate $1.50
Frontier Steamboat Co to Eastport  163
Campobello Steamboat Co " Campobello  172
Return same route. R
St. John, N.B., to Annapolis and Return.
Route S T 37 Rate $3.50
Bay of Fundy Steamship Co to Annapolis     65
Return same route. R
St. John, N.B., to Digby and Return.
Route S T 38 Rate $3.00
Bay of Fundy Steamship Co to Digby  260
Return same route. R
St. John, N.B., to Fredericton and Return. ||R W
Route ST39 Rate $2.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fredericton     14
Star Line Steamers " St. John, N.B  171
St. John, N.B., to Yarmouth and Return.
Route S T 40 Rate $4.00
Yarmouth Steamship Co to Yarmouth  166
Return same route. R
From Weir's, Round Lake Winnipesaukee.
Route S T 41                                                                      Rate 50 Cents
Steamer Sail Round Lake  118 I  ,,.«  1(III . HI)
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 8.40 p.m. daily
except Saturdays.
For White Mountains. Portland and Seaside dep. 9.00 a.m.
week days, and 8.20 p.m. daily.
For Boston dep. 9.00 a.m, week days and 8.20 p.m. daily
From Dalhousie Square 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 10 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
FROM QUEBEC:
Intercolonial Railway (from Levis)
For Cacouna and Maritime Provinces
See Time Table Folder
Quebec Central Railway (from Levis)
For Boston & White Mountains and New York dep. 3.00 p m. daily
Sunday excepted, and 8.55 p.m. daily Saturdays excepted.
Quebec & Lake St. John Railway.
For Lake St. John & Chicoutimi dep. 8 30 a.m, week days
Quebec Steamship Company
For Gulf of St. Lawrence Ports dep. 2.00 p.m. Tuesdays, May 14th
and 28th, June 11th and 25th. July 9th and 23rd, August 6th and
20th, September 3rd and 17th, October 1st, 15th and 29th.
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company.
For Saguenay River, etc dep. 7.30 a.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays until June 15th, from June 15th to July 15th Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, from July 15th daily except Sundav.
(See Richelieu folder for date of withdrawal of daily service.)
FROM BOSTON :
Portland Steam Packet Company.
For Portland from India Wharf dep. 7.00 p.m. week days; daily, 16th
June to 15th September.
International Steamship Company
For Eastport and St. John, N. B., from Commercial Wharf  dep.
5.00 p. m. Mon., Tues., Thurs and Fri., from July 1st to about Sept.
9th, from April 29th to July 1st, and from Sept. 9th to Nov. 4th;
Mon., Wed. and Fri.
Yarmouth Steamship Company.
For Yarmouth from Lewis' Wharf. dep. 12 noon Mon., Tues.,
Thurs. and Fri. Returning leave Yarmouth Tues., Wed., Fri. and
Sat. p.m., commencing June7th.
Canada Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line
For Halifax from North side Lewis' Wharf dep. 12 noon Tues.,
Thurs. and Sat., commencing July 6th.
N. Y. N.H.&H.R.R.& Fall River Line from Park Square Station.
For New York dep. 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. week days. Sundays 7 p.m.
N.Y.N.H.&H.R.R.& Shore Line from Park Square Station.
For New York dep. 10 a.m., 10.03 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m.,
and 12 midnight.
FROM PORTLAND :
International Steamship Company
For Eastport and St. John, N.B., from Railroad Wharf	
dep. 5.00 p.m. Wed. and Sat.
Portland Steam Packet Company.
For Boston, from Franklin Wharf dep. 7.00 p.m. week days ; daily
16th June to 15th September.
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FROM ROCKLAND :
Portland, Mt. Desert & Machias Steamboat Company
For Mt. Desert dep. 6a.m. Tues., Thur. and Sat. from June
24th and until end of season.
FROM GREENVILLE :
Steamer for Mt. Kineo House daily
FROM EASTPORT :
International Steamship Company, 1st July to 9th September.
For Portland Noon Tues. and Fri.
For Boston dep. noon Mon., Wed., Thur. and Sat.
FROM ST. ANDREWS, N.B. :
Frontier S. B. Company.
For Eastport, Me., Campobello, N.B., etc... .dep. 9.00 a.m, week days.
FROM ST. JOHN, N.B. :
Canadian Pacific Ry.
For Montreal and the West dep. 4.00 p.m. daily except Sat.
(See Time Table Folder.)
Bay of Fundy Steamship Company (Ltd.)
„        For Annapolis and Digby, from June 1st to June 20th dep. 7.3^ a m.
(local time)-Mon., Wed., Thur. and Fri.; from June 2l th to September 9th, week days ; from September 9th to 30th, Mon., Wed , Thur.
and Fri. ; during October, Mon., Wed. and Fri.
International Steamship Company.
For Eastport dep. 7.00 a.m. week days
For Portland dep 7.00 a.m., Tues. and Fri
For Boston dep. 7A0a.m , Mon., Wed , Thur. and Sat. from
July 1st to Sept. 9th, from April  29th to July 1st and  from Sept.
9th, Mon., Wed. and Fri.
Yarmouth Steamship Company.
For Yarmouth  dep, 7.00 p m. Tues. and Fri,
Returning leave Yarmouth Mon. and Thur. 4.00 p.m.
FROM POINT DU CHENE :
Charlottetown Nav.Co (Ltd.)
For Summerside dep. on arrival of I. C. R. train week days.
Connection made with C.P. Ry.4* Short Line" train to Halifax.
FROM PICTOU :
Charlottetown Nav. Co. (Ltd.)
For Charlottetown dep. on arrival of I. C. R. train week days.
Connection made with C. P. Ry. ''Short Line" train to Halifax.
FROM  DALHOUSIE:
Steamer Admiral for Baie de Chaleur Ports dep. 5.00 a.m. Wed.
and Sat.
FROM HALIFAX :
Canadian Pacific Express via Intercolonial Railway
For Montreal and the West, via St. John and * Short Line"
Dep. 6 50 a.m. daily except Sun.    Saturday's train remains over at
St. John, N.B , till Sunday afternoon.
Canada Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line
For Boston dep. 8.00 a.rh. Tue. and Thur. and 10.00 p.m. Sat.,
commencing July 6th.
FROM PORT MULGRAVE AND POINT TUPPER :
Bras D'Or Steamers
For Sydney, C. B , and Intermediate ports dep. daily on arrival of
I. C. R.  train.     Connection made with C. P. Ry.     <4Short Line"
train to Halifax.
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 Miscellaneous Tours.
For additional details and any change which, may he made
during* season, see current Time Tahle Folders. Wtrvw&s-W '-^VW
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To the Northwest via the Canadian Pacific Transcontinental
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ESTERN TOURS extend across the
continent by five routes. One is the
Transcontinental line of the Canadian Pacific Railway from Montreal,
north of Lake Superior to the Pacific
coast at Vancouver ; the second is
by steamer from Owen Sound or
Windsor, across Lakes Huron and
Superior to Fort William, and thence
by rail ; the third, by the way of
Sault Ste. Marie, St. Paul and Moose
Jaw ; the fourth is by rail through
Sudbury Junction to Sault Ste. Marie,
thence by steamer across Lake Superior to Fort William, where the
Transcontinental line is reached ; and the fifth leaves the Canadian Pacific system at Detroit, and proceeds by the way of
Chicago and St. Paul to Moose Jaw in the Canadian Northwest,
thence by the Canadian Pacific to Vancouver.
In addition to these main-line tours, many divergencies are
provided for in the vicinity of the Great Lakes, as well as several
extensive journeys by water, northward and southward along the
Pacific coast, thus opening to the tourist a most interesting and
instructive choice of alternate or branch-line trips by both railway
and steamer, reaching all the pleasure resorts and fishing localities of Lakes Superior and Huron ; the best sporting regions in
the Rockies and British Columbia ; the ports on Puget Sound ;
Portland, Ore., the Mt. Shasta Region, San Francisco and Alaska,
Hawaiian Islands, Japan, China or Australia. In all cases provision is made for a return trip under one ticket, either by the
same route, or by one of the alternate routes to be mentioned
hereafter.
A. The C. P. R. Transcontinental Route*—The line of
the Canadian Pacific Railway reaches across the continent from
the tide-water of the Atlantic to that of the Pacific ; for the purposes of the tourist we will begin this trip at Montreal. Upon
leaving Montreal westward bound, the  quaint  French suburbs,
*The tourist should provide himself, before starting, with a 44Time Table
with Notes," which can be obtained, free, from the Company's agent. This pamphlet contains a brief description of features of special interest along the road,
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dating back to the earliest settlement of the country, are first
seen. Fifty miles bring one to the banks of the Ottawa river,
which is closely followed until Hull, opposite Ottawa, is reached,
when it is crossed by the railway upon a bridge which permits
the passenger to see the Chaudiere Falls, a point of historical
interest in the early history of Canada, and the extensive booms,
rafts and lumber mills that indicate the principal industry of the
locality.
Ottawa is the capital of the Dominion, and is most picturesquely situated between the Chaudiere Falls and the point where
the Rideau River falls in a fine cataract into the larger stream.
The many imposing structures of the city, including the Parliament buildings, the Library, Museum of Natural History, and
Rideau Hall (where the Governor-General resides) are a constant
attraction to visitors.
Leaving Ottawa, the train moves on up the river, through an
agricultural and then a lumbering region. At Arnprior, 52 miles
from Ottawa, there are medicinal springs. At short intervals
streams and small lakes promise splendid sport to the angler.
The country becomes more broken and rocky as we progress
towards Lake Nipissing. There is less agriculture, more woodland and greater attractions for artists and sportsmen. Lake
Nipissing is reached at North Bay, where the railway from Toronto joins the Canadian Pacific. Here passengers from southern
Ontario join the Transcontinental route. Lake Nipissing is noted
for its fishing and shooting ; good hotels exist upon its borders,
and it is a favorite summer resort. Glimpses of rolling hills, lakes,
dashing trout streams, cataracts, rocky crags, meadows and
marshes, are caught through the almost universal forest as the
train speeds along its northern shore. The railway winds among
forested hills for some distance westward of Nipissing, then crosses
to another stream, which leads it down to Lake Superior, first
seen at Heron Bay station, the second afternoon after leaving
Montreal.
Lake Superior now remains in view, with only occasional
intermissions, until Fort William is reached, towards which the
train makes its way amid rocky hills and tremendous cliffs, forming pictures delightful to the eye ; but in construction testing the
utmost skill of the engineer. In this district the line crosses a
number of the finest trout rivers in Canada.
Into Nepigon Bay flows the Nepigon River, which has long
been famous for its trout fishing. This river is nearly forty miles
in length and drains Lake Nepigon. It is a powerful stream and
broken by a succession of cataracts and whirlpools, making
canoeing upon it most exciting. Trout and whitefish are exceedingly numerous there, and good camping places abound. At
Nepigon station there is a neat little hotel offering very fair
accommodation for a limited number of visitors, but as a general
thing those in quest of sport with the big trout go up the river,
camping here and there by the way. Twelve miles from the
starting point is Camp Alexander, a favorite camping spot, and
one of the best points for sport. Indian guides, canoes, camp
supplies and all the necessary outfit for a fishing trip may be
hired or purchased at reasonable rates.    No civilization interferes
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with the wildness and romance of the surroundings, and for a
camping and angling excursion the Nepigon offers one of the
greatest attractions in the district.
Fort William is the western terminus of the Eastern Division
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It is at present only the ipere beginning of what is destined to be
a great city. It has several monster elevators, docks, etc., and
a new large hotel of the first class—the Kaministiquia—on the
bank of the Kaministiquia river, which falls into Thunder Bay and
forms the frontage of the town, affords a very pleasant stopping
place for the traveller or tourist. Port Arthur, five miles from
Fort William, has several very good hotels, and in the bay and
the streams of the neighborhood there is good fishing.
From Fort William to Winnipeg the railway crosses a region
of rocky woods, lakes and rivers, valuable for its mines and
timber, through whose intricacies fur-traders have guided their
canoes for two hundred and fifty years. At numerous points,
mining, lumber and milling industries are actively carried on. At
Keewatin, near Rat Portage, an immense flour mill has been
erected, and is the nucleus of a thriving village.
Rat Portage, on the island-dotted Lake-of-the-Woods, is
a seat of much enterprise. In addition to its mining and lumbering industries, very extensive fisheries have been erected, the
product of the Lake being shipped to New York, Buffalo, Detroit,
Chicago, St. Paul, and as far West as Kansas City and Denver.
It is estimated that during the present season the shipment of
fish will be at least three thousand tons.
The Rainy Lake gold fields of Minnesota and Ontario, the
development of which during 1894 has proven the existence of
ore in considerable quantities, are reached from Rat Portage,
steamers leaving three times a week for Fort Francis, where
connection is made with steamer plying on Rainy Lake.
Winnipeg is a Chicago so far as 35,000 ambitious people are
able to make it. Before the advent of a railway it was merely a
small village round the Hudson's Bay Company's post of Fort
Garry, hundreds of miles from anywhere. To-day it is the focus
of eight radiating railways, and is progressing rapidly.
Westward from Winnipeg spreads a thousand miles of open
and productive plains—the wheat prairies of Manitoba, the green
uplands of Assiniboia, and Alberta's broad pastures. During the
first day thriving towns and villages and farm houses are passed.
Later the villages diminish and the farms become fewer, at least
near the railway, which has now ascended to a higher region.
This is the old buffalo range, and their trails mark the prairie in
long lines. The buffalo have disappeared, but domestic cattle
have taken their places, wild fowl throng the many lakes, and in
the season grouse are plentiful, and antelope occasionally are
seen quietly watching the train as it hurries on.
Before you are weary of the plains a spectacle of intense
interest invites your attention—the snowy peaks of the Rockies,
curving in a vast semi-circle around the western horizon ; and at
Calgary, the populous headquarters of the grazing industries,
whose cattle and sheep ranches extend over hundreds of square
miles along the foot-hills—you obtain on clear days a sight of the
great front range, which towers in an apparently impregnable
wall of blue and white.
And now all that has gone before dwindles into insignificance. Several ranges of huge mountains are to be crossed
before the Pacific Ocean is reached, and for nearly five hundred
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miles there is a succession of views unequalled for grandeur on
the American continent.
" Do not try to take all of this in one unbroken trip 1 is the
timely advice given to the tourist by one who has been across
the Rockies many times, and knows the giants well.    " The eye *®>?A~fliG$
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loses power of discrimination, so fast do grandeur of form and
beauty in details crowd upon the view and demand attention as
the train speeds through gorge and past mountain, giving here a
vast outlook, and there an interior glimpse, then exchanging it
for a new one too rapidly for appreciation. Here gush the headwaters of rivers that run for a thousand miles east and west.
You enter by and escape by the gates they have cut, your track
is laid along the ravine pathways they have hewn, and you behold
the very source of their currents in some crystal lake, or in some
vast body of ice borne upon the shoulders of mountains mantled
with eternal frost. Sometimes you are in the bottom of these
ravines beside the bounding stream, and strain your eyes to toppling crags that swim among the fleeciest of summer clouds a
mile and a quarter higher than your place. Again, the railway
surmounts a portion of this distance, and you can look down to
where tall forest trees appear like shrubs. Upwards, apparently
close at hand, are the naked ledges lifted above the last fringe of
vegetation, wide spaces.of never wasting snow, and the wrinkled
backs of glaciers whence cataracts come leaping into the concealment of the forest. Here you can look out upon a wilderness
of icy peaks, glaciers and aiguilles of black rock, there you
cautiously descend into the depths of profound gorges, and find
yourself enshrouded in the shadow of a forest. The massiveness
and breadth of the mountains in one part will astonish you ; their
splendid and fantastic forms in another excite your curiosity ;
while now and then a single stately peak, like Cathedral Peak,
Mount Stephen or Sir Donald, will print itself upon your
memory."
It would be well, then, for the tourist to stop off at two or
three points at least, and take time to understand the mountains.
Pleasant hotels, revelations to those who have elsewhere
sojourned in the Rocky Mountains, have been built by the railway company at suitable points, where one may dwell in perfect
comfort within the very heart of the mountains, and whence the
glaciers may be explored, or sport with rifle and rod enjoyed.
The first and most prominent of the stopping places to be
recommended is Banff, the station for the Canadian National
Park, in the Bow River Valley, among the eastern foot-hills of
the Rocky Mountains. The hot mineral springs there have
peculiar curative properties, and a palatial hotel owned and operated by the railway company affords luxurious accommodation.
This park is a tract of many square miles embracing every
variety of scenery, charming and wonderful, which the government has made easily accessible by carriage-roads and bridlepaths. In the rivers and lakes trout are plentiful, and in the
hills and forests roam deer, mountain sheep and goats. The
general altitude of the valley is about 4,500 feet. Roads have
been built in every direction, one going seven miles northward
to Devil's Lake, an extremely deep sheet of water, walled in by
tremendous cliffs, and overlooked by that remarkable peak, the
Devil's Head, which forms a well-known land mark, visible far
out upon the plains. The fishing here is very good and the scenery grand. Inns on the bank of the lake afford convenient
headquarters    for    sportsmen,     and    sources    of    supply    for
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101 for hire and will be found very useful to sportsmen who prefer the
tamer sport of duck shooting to the pursuit of sheep, goat and
bear.    Rare good mountain trout-fishing can be had on the Bow
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and Cascade rivers within a short walk of the hotel, the fish taking
the fly greedily. A large number of driving and saddle horses
are kept for tourists' use, and there is perhaps no more enjoyable
way of spending a morning than in a breezy gallop over the lower
levels, rolling along the well-kept roads in a carriage* or climbing
the steeps and studying the marvellous beauty of the park on the
back of a sturdy, sure-footed cay use, as the native ponies are
called.
Thirty-four miles west of Banff is Laggan, the station for the
p Lakes in the Clouds." Unless much pressed for time no tourist
should pass through the mountains without seeing these. From
the station a carriage road has been made rising along the
mountain side two-and-a-half miles to Lake Louise—the first of
the three.    This lake lies between two peaks of the Rockies and
FRASER  RIVER  AT  YALE,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
is fed by a glacier which covers a side of a third eminence at the
farther end. A chalet has been built by the Company on the near
shore at which parties can take luncheon before mounting their
ponies to ascend the mountain on the right, on the breast and
shoulder of which Lakes Agnes and Mirror repose.
As the visitor emerges from the forest on the margin of Lake
Louise, his first exclamation usually is, "How beautiful," and
his admiration grows as he ascends to view the other two. No
one's description of these lakes satisfies any other person, and
one difficulty in adequately describing them arises from the
changing effects caused by the atmosphere, the position of the
sun and the time of the year at which they are seen. It is
sufficient here to say that they are, in the opinion of most people
who have seen them, the most beautiful objects of their kind
throughout the whole range of scenery, every part of which is
magnificent.    (See pamphlet | Banff and Lakes in the Clouds.")
A second halting-place is furnished by the Company's chalet
hotel at Field, at the western exit of the Kicking Horse Pass.
This hotel is at the base of Mount Stephen, and is surrounded by 104
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the loftiest peaks of the Rockies. For mountaineering excursions J
the shooting of big game or sketching expeditions it has a mostl
advantageous situation.
At Golden station, at the mouth of the Kicking Horse canon,]
a steamer leaves for the Windermere lakes at the head of thej
Columbia river.
The Glacier Hotel, near the summit of the Selkirks, is another
place of rest and recreation. It is placed high among forestedl
mountains, near the source of the Illicilliwaet, and within thirty
minutes walk of the Great Glacier of the Selkirks. This marvel
of ice is reached by an excellent path, and it is an easy matter to
ascend the rocky wall and moraines that hem it in, or to climb
upon the glacier itself. Other paths and roads lead to chosen
points of view upon other mountains. The hotel is a Swiss chalet,
in the midst of ornamental grounds, and is kept in a first-class
way. So popular has this spot become that a second and larger
hotel has been erected to accommodate the increased travel.
From Revelstoke a delightful side-trip may be made dowti
the Columbia river, which, a short distance below Revelstoke,
broadens into the beautiful Arrow lakes, which are surrounded
by a grandly picturesque country that offers excellent sport. This
trip is by rail to Wigwam on Lewis creek and thence down the
Columbia by steamer to Nakusp and by rail again to Three
Forks, near New Denver, in the very centre of the mining regions
of the Kootenay, celebrated alike for the richness of their mineral
wealth and the splendor of scenery. Another route through the
Arrow Lakes by steamer enables the angler to reach the Lower
Kootenay river. From the mouth of that river, at Robson, the
Columbia & Kootenay Railway runs along the river bank till the
important mining town of Nelson is reached. Here again steamers
ply on the Kootenay Lake to the heart of the new and extensive
mining country at Ainsworth. The Lower Kootenay River has
many pretty and attractive falls, and above the first fall is literally
alive with trout (rainbow and silver). The railway company has
established on the river bank, along the line of the road, four
fishing camps or lodges, which, if required, can be rented at a
nominal charge. Guides, cooks, provisions, etc., can be obtained
from the Company's agents. The Kootenay country is now
attracting unusual attention, and miners, prospectors and others
are making their way there in numbers, on account of the rich
mineral deposits discovered in both of the Kootenay valleys.
Each year sees new discoveries of gold, and new roads and trails
are in course of construction to the latest discoveries. Tourists
desiring a change of route when returning may go from Robson
down the Columbia to Northport, Idaho, where connection is
made with the Spokane & Northern Railway for Spokane Falls.
At Sicamous a new branch line extends to the fertile valley of
the Okanagan lake, where sportsmen will find abundance of fish,
black tail deer and other game. The new and commodious
Canadian Pacific steamer, " Aberdeen," runs from the head of the
lake, Okanagan Landing, near Vernon to Kelowna (formerly The
Mission), and Penticton at the foot of the lake, connection being
there made by stage with Loomiston and other points in the rich
but undeveloped mining country of the Okanagan.
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A railway has been projected, and the ground has been surveyed from Ashcroft to Barkerville, the centre of the Cariboo
mining region.    At present a stage leaves Ashcroft three times
a week for Clinton, beyond which point there
is weekly communication. The district only
awaits the railway
facilities, which, .when
completed, will aid in
the development of a
gold region confidently
anticipated to surpass
in its yield anything
that has been discovered within the last forty
years.
At North Bend, in
the midst of the superb
scenery of the famous
Fraser canons, is another hotel similar to
those before  mention-
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ed.    This is a desirable
stopping place, as it forms a most convenient  centre for explorations of the canons.
Harrison Springs, a little beyond North Bend, is sought for
its hot sulphur springs. It is reached either via stage (6 miles)
from Agassiz station, or by steam launch from Harrison station. 106
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Forty-three miles east of Vancouver is Mission Junction, from
which a branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway runs south, connecting at the international boundary, at Huntingdon Junction,
with rail lines for New Whatcom, Fairhaven, Seattle, Tacoma,
Portland, San Francisco and all other points on the Pacific Coast.
Twelve miles east of Vancouver a branch line runs to New
Westminister, a flourishing city on the Fraser river. The western
terminus of the road is reached at Vancouver on Burrard Inlet,
a few miles north of the mouth of the Fraser, on the fifth day
after leaving Montreal. This new seaport is only nine years old,
yet it has about 20,000inhabitants and a flourishing commerce. Its
situation is unrivalled, as regards picturesque surroundings, natural drainage, harbor facilities and commercial advantages, and a
variety of sport is obtainable in the neighborhood. Upon a hill
commanding the best and widest view the company has erected a
large hotel, the Vancouver, which for comfort and luxury
compares favorably with the best hotels of the Atlantic seaboard. From its broad balconies a magnificent prospect is
revealed. Far to the south-east rises the snow-capped cone of
Mount Baker ; to the north, rising directly from the sea, are the
imposing giants of the Cascade range ; westward, beyond English
Bay and the Straits of Georgia, huge purple masses mark the
mountains of Vancouver Island; and, to the south-west, across
the broad fertile delta of the Fraser river, tower the serrated
peaks of the Olympian range, the whole forming a panorama of
scenic loveliness unsurpassed.in the world.
From Vancouver daily steamers enable the traveller to cross
through the archipelagoes of the Straits of Georgia and Fuca to
Victoria, on Vancouver Island, the capital of the Province of
British Columbia. This beautiful city has a population of 20,000
and is charmingly situated at the extremity of a miniature rocky
harbor, near the entrance of which stands the government house
within its beautiful park. A native Indian village occupies the
other bank of the channel, while the business part of the town
has overspread an elevated peninsula at the head of the harbor.
At a little distance from the centre of the city Beacon Hill overlooks the Straits of Fuca, and gives a view of the Olympian range
on the southern shore of the strait and of the great Cascade range
in Oregon. This is the city's park, in which the races, cricket
matches, etc., take place.
Victoria is one of the most important ports north of San Francisco, and does a large business with the interior of the island
and with the mainland. Since the opening of the Canadian
Pacific Railway, Victoria has increased largely in population and
importance. It is connected by railway with the Nanaimo coal
region, northward ; and with Esquimault, three miles distant,
which is the rendezvous of the British navy in the North Pacific.
Lines of steamers give regular communication between Victoria
and every port on the Pacific coast from San Francisco to Sitka
in Alaska, and it is a port of call of the China, Japan and Australian liners.
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B. The Great L^vkes Route.—Owen Sound to Fort
William, and Pleasure Resorts on the Upper Lakes.—
These tours by steamers on Lakes Huron and   Superior  may
begin with a railway journey from Montreal by the way of Ottawa
and Carleton Junction, or by the direct line through Smith's Falls
to Toronto.     Thence a branch railway is followed northward m
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over the Caledon grades and through the rich farming country of
Central Ontario to Owen Sound, a port at the southern extremity;
of Georgian bay. At Owen Sound the traveller embarks upon
one of the Clyde-built steamers of the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line—the Alberta, Athabasca and Manitoba—magnificent
steel vessels of 2,000 tons burden, with elegantly appointed and
comfortable upper-cabin staterooms, illuminated throughout by
electric light—and voyages past the forested headlands of Georgian bay and along the southern shore of the great Manitoulin,
and other islands to St. Mary's river, by which the overflow from
Lake Superior is conducted into the lower lakes. This river is a
narrow and winding stream beset with wooded hills and interrupted by islands that lend a pleasing variety to the scenery.
At the rapids named Sault Ste. Marie by the French voyageurs
almost three centuries ago, magnificent locks have been constructed on both the Canadian and American sides, by means of
which steamers are lifted to the level of Lake Superior. To
give an idea of the importance of these canals it will only be
necessary to say that a greater aggregate of tonnage is locked
through the "Soo" canals during the season of navigation than
passes through the Suez canal in an entire year. The towns of
Sault Ste. Marie have grown up at this point, where three great
railways now converge, and here the Sault Ste. Marie branch of
the Canadian Pacific crosses the rapids over a magnificent steel
bridge. These railways have given a sudden impetus to the
towns on both sides of the river,-and thev are rapidly becoming
important commercial centres and popular summer resorts.
There are several good hotels here, and a few seasons should see
this one of the most frequented of the lake points. While the
steamer is passing through the locks passengers have an opportunity of going ashore, getting a glimpse of the busy town,
inspecting the locks, the new water-power canal works, and visiting the fine rapids which form a magnificent picture and a famous
place for whitefish between the Canadian and American towns.
Running the Ste. Marie rapids in an Indian canoe is an exciting
adventure, indulged in by visitors.
The tour from Owen Sound to Sault Ste. Marie can be varied
by taking the local steamers which leave Owen Sound on dates
shown on page devoted to Connections with Western Tours, and
follow the inland channel among the ten thousand islands north
of Manitoulin island, calling at way-ports both on the mainland
and Manitoulin and St. Joseph islands, and consuming about two
days in a delightful voyage, considered by many to be more
attractive than the trip down the River St. Lawrence.
From Sault Ste. Marie a side-trip may be made by steamboat
to Mackinac island, Michigan, and return. Leaving "The Soo"
in the morning the steamer retraces the former course to the
mouth of St. Mary's river. Drummond island, at the mouth of
the river, is passed upon the left by way of the Detour strait,
after which the steamer turns westward along the northern shore
of Lake Huron, passing the curious Chenaux islets, favorite
resorts of fisherman and campers, and reaching Mackinac in the
early afternoon.
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The praises of Mackinaw have been written by many able
pens, ever since it first became a trading-post, fort and mission
station in the old, old days of Jesuit and fur-trading adventure,
when these lakes were first explored by the emissaries of Champlain. All its wonderful attractions are now rendered easily
accessible by the delightful July and August excursions via the
local steamers. The island stands at the western extremity of
Mackinaw straits by which Lakes Michigan and Huron interchange their waters. It contains about three and a half square
miles, more than half of which is reserved as a national park and
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military reservation, occupied by a garrison of U.S. troops. To
the Hurons it was the " island of giant fairies ' and the home of
the numerous legends which Longfellow has woven into his poem
Hiawatha.
On the edge of a precipice of white limestone, 155 feet high,
just back of the town, is the fort, which, in picturesque beauty of
location, has no rival among all the fortresses of the United
States ; and the world affords no grander sight than a sunrise or
sunset from the fort, the great globe of crimson and gold seeming
at its rising to come from the bosom of Michigan Lake, casting —
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a million prismatic tints of glorious light on wave and sky.    Arcra
Rock is one of the wildest, weirdest, sublimest freaks of nature's]
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handiwork in sculpture. It projects from the face of a cliff 200
feet high, a gigantic bay-window of stone, supported by a mighty
arch 149 feet high at its summit.    The rim or wall of the bay-
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window is about three feet wide, and it bulges out some twenty
feet from the cliff, overhanging the blue-g reen water of the lake
a dizzy depth below. The view from the summit of the arch
takes in a glorious sweep of fifty miles, including an enchanting
archipelago of some seventy-five or eighty islands, varying from
two miles in length to mere green specks a few hundred feet
across, dotting the crystal waters which rush by, fifteen fathoms
deep at the shore, and swarming with whitefish, bass, pickerel,
gamey maskinonge and lake trout.
From Sault Ste. Marie, all the other pleasure resorts, fishing
stations and lumber ports, in northern Michigan and Wisconsin,
can easily be reached by rail or steamer.    Connection   can be
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made at the Sault Ste. Marie for Chicago, by boats of the Lake
Michigan and Lake Superior Transportation Company. The
route by rail from Sault Ste. Marie to St. Paul and Minneapolis is
described in the next section. To Marquette, Ashland and Duluth
tickets are issued either by steamer running along the south shore
of Lake Superior, or by the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry.
Leaving Sault Ste. Marie about n.oo a.m. for Fort William,
the Canadian Pacific steamship takes its course directly across
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within sight of the rocky bluffs of Isle Royale, and the tremendous
purple promontory of Thunder Cape—" The Giant Asleep."
This turreted headland shelters the large indentation of Thunder
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Bay and affords a grand harbor, which has been taken advantage
of to form the principal ports upon the north shore of the lake—
Fort William and Port Arthur.    The former town shows every
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years a noticeable advance in the value of real estate took place ;
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free from the dangerous " boom " element, the town is unmistakably advancing rapidly. 'Here the tourist enjoys an interval of
some hours between the arrival of the steamer and the departure
of the west-bound Transcontinental train ; and if he cares to stop
over he can go by rail to Nepigon, 65 miles east, and adjacent
trout-rivers—to which fishing-resorts this lake-tour forms an
excellent means of access. The Port Arthur, Duluth & Western
Railway trains leave Port Arthur and Fort William daily for Kaka-
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wild and picturesque. Several steamers each week run from
Fort William and Port Arthur to Duluth.
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westward to Sudbury, thence by the Sault Ste. Marie branch, passengers from Western Ontario reaching Sudbury byway of Toronto
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in the world. The Sault Ste. Marie branch of the Canadian
Pacific Railway here diverges aqd takes a southwesterly course
through a broken and forested country, drained by many swift
streams in which trout are plentiful, and passes for a hundred
miles along the northern shore of Lake Huron, where the scenery
is wild and picturesque in the extreme.
The St. Mary's river is crossed just above the Sault (or rapids)
by a fine steel, bridge, 3,000 feet in length, which connects the
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described under heading "The Great Lakes Route."
From here a choice of two routes is offered. One is by the
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry., westward through
the northern peninsula of Michigan, long celebrated for its lumbering and mining industries, and as an exceptionally good locality
for deer, grouse and fish.
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After skirting the northern shore of Lake Michigan and passing Manistique, Gladstone, Pembine, etc., the line crosses the
State of Wisconsin through a country varied with dense forest*
rolling prairies, large farms and park-like expanses.
The marvels of the "Dalles Country ' of Wisconsin are well
known, and it must be remembered that portion of the State is
not by any means the only beautiful one. Sportsmen and fishermen can hardly go amiss along this line.    The stations of Rhine-
lander, Prentice, Cameron and Turtle Lake are all good points,
as are many of the smaller stations between them. Fifty-two
miles east of the twin cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis is the St.
Croix river with its beautiful dalles and falls ; the station is St.
Croix Falls.    Sport in the vicinity is also good.
The second route is via the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic
Ry., which extends from Sault Ste. Marie to Duluth, "the zenith
city of the unsalted seas," situated at the head of navigation of
the  great lakes, and   forming a distributing   point of gigantic
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importance for the agricultural and other products of the Northwest. This attractive line follows closely the romantic south shore
of Lake Superior, through the wild scenery of the mining region
of the northern peninsula of Michigan by way of Marquette, etc.,
and thence across a portion of the State of Wisconsin to West
Superior and Duluth. The forests and waters contiguous to this
line are noted for their great variety of game and fish, a specially
good point for anglers being beautiful Lake Gogebic.
At Duluth tourists will see the magnificent harbor, mammoth
elevators and docks and shipping facilities for the handling of
enormous quantities of grain, and also countless evidences of the
bustling life and important enterprises of the lake city. From
Duluth the journey to St. Paul and Minneapolis is completed by
way of the St. Paul & Duluth Railway.
The cities of St. PauLand Minneapolis are situated at the head
of navigation on the Mississippi river, and are the chief cities of
Minnesota and the Northwestern States. Among other attractions are the lovely Lake Minnetonka and the Falls of Minnehaha.
Northwestward from St. Paul and Minneapolis the route runs
through the states of Minnesota and North Dakota to Portal, and
on through Assiniboia in the Canadian Northwest to Moose Jaw,
where connection is made with the main line of the Canadian
Pacific.
D. " The Soo" Lake Route.—In this case the trip is via
the Transcontinental line from Montreal to Sudbury, thence southwesterly, for several miles along the shore of the Spanish river,
and onward through a wild region to the North Channel, north of
Grand Manitoulin Island on Lake Huron, to Algoma Mills, where
lake steamers call on their way to different ports on Grand Manitoulin and Cockburn islands. Continuing on, the route follows
the lake shore, crossing several streams, and passing the once
^prosperous Wellington and Bruce Mines, thence through Garden
River to Sault Ste. Marie, from which point the trip is completed
by Canadian Pacific Railway steamer directly across the widest
part of Lake Superior to Fort William, as already referred to in
route B. Here the Transcontinental line for Winnipeg and across
the Northwest Territories to the Pacific coast is again followed.
At Sault Ste. Marie, connection with steamers for Chicago as
before mentioned, may be made.
E. The Route via Chicago —A fifth choice of routes to
the Northwest is offered in the form of a ticket reading to Winnipeg or beyond, by way of Chicago. By this route tourists travel
on the Canadian Pacific Railway from Montreal via Ottawa, or
by the direct line to Toronto, and thence through the farming
lands of Western Ontario, by way of London to Detroit. The
western counties of Ontario have been styled the garden of the
province, and are also celebrated as shooting grounds.
It is intended that one of the Clyde-built Express Lake
Steamships shall make weekly trips from June 29th to September
6th, between Windsor, Courtright, Sarnia, Sault Ste. Marie and
Fort William, calling at Mackinac.
This route will alternate with the Lake Route via Owen
Sound.    See page 107.
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From Walkerville Junction a side-trip can be made via the
Lake Erie & Detroit River Ry. to the attractive new summer resort at Kingsville, where the handsome " Mettawas " hotel
affords first-class accommodation for a large number of guests.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company's large new steel
steamers take the trains across the Detroit River from Windsor,
Ont., to the "City of the Straits."
Mount Clemens, twenty miles from Detroit, owes its reputation as a resort and its prominence as a prosperous and beautiful
city to the medicinal virtues of its mineral waters and the efficacy
of its thermal baths ; it is one of the most beautiful cities in
Michigan and an exceedingly pleasant place to visit.
At Detroit, the Canadian Pacific system is left and that of the
Wabash entered upon. This carries the tourist across portions
of the states of Michigan and Ohio, thence entirely across the
State of Indiana and finally through Illinois to Chicago. There
is a daily vestibule train service both ways between Montreal
and Chicago, and tourists will find every luxury known to modern
railroading embodied in the trains of this popular route.
From Chicago there is a choice of six rail routes to St. Paul,
through the prairie farms of Wisconsin and Minnesota. Beyond
St. Paul and Minneapolis the route to Banff and Pacific Coast
points is via the Soo-Pacific line to Portal and Moose Jaw, as
described in route C.
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II.
Tours on the Pacific Coast.
From Vancouver steamers ply daily (Monday excepted) to
Victoria, and to Nanaimo daily, Sunday included. On Monday
Victoria is reached via New Westminster.
From Victoria steamers depart about every five days for San
Francisco, and daily, except Monday, for Puget Sound ports,
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San Francisco and Southern California.
From Vancouver the tourist can take train via Mission
Junction to New Whatcom, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, San
Francisco, etc.
Tourist-tickets are arranged to reach and return from nearly
all these points, while a long list of tours includes a greater or
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less portion of the Pacific coast in the return eastward by some
of the American lines of railway referred to hereafter.
A.—The Tour;
to Alaska.—The
tour to Alaska is
made from Victoria, in comfortable steamers
especially fitted
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two weeks. The
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this wonderland becoming, that greater facilities are each year
being provided to take care of increasing travel. Among the
points touched are Mary's Island, Loring, Juneau, Fort Wrangel,
the great Muir Glacier and Sitka.
Indian villages, mining settlements and fishing stations are
sometimes visited, on either the outward or homeward voyage,
giving  abundant   opportunity  for  fishing  or  collecting   Indian
curiosities.    The Pacific Coast S.S. Co.'s "City of Topeka" and
i Queen " make regular trips to Alaskan points.
B. To Tacoma, Washington and Portland, Ore.—As
already stated there is direct rail communication from Vancouver,
via Mission Junction, to Whatcom, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland,
San -Francisco, etc., and those passengers who have taken
steamer at Vancouver, but desire to visit Victoria, can do so and
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continue their journey from that point to Port Townsend, Seattle
and Tacoma on the fast and elegant steamships that ply on that
route. The route from Vancouver, whether by all rail via
Mission, or via Victoria and Puget Sonnd steamers to Tacoma/
is a most attractive one. Varied and interesting views of a lofty
coast range are everywhere obtained. Mount Baker is distinctly
seen for hours, and Mount Tacoma rising over 14,000 feet and
seen from the sea level is most impressive. New Whatcom, the
first town of any importance reached, is situated on Bellingham
Bay. It comprises the old towns of Whatcom and Sehome, and
only a quarter of a mile distant are Bellingham and Fairhaven.
Further to the south is Seattle, situated on the eastern shore of
Puget Sound, the largest city in the state of Washington. Tacoma
at tiie head of Puget Sound about 30 miles to the south of Seattle,
is another flourishing city of recent growth. From these two
ports steamers ply to the new towns springing up all along the
many armed shores of Puget Sound, including Port Townsend,
Anacortes and Olympia.
From Tacoma to Portland the route is comparatively speaking uninteresting, although Mounts Hood and St. Helen's are in
view for a considerable time. Portland is a handsome city, the
largest in Oregon, and has more of an eastern appearance than
any other on the Pacific coast. Its business is large, and it is
surrounded by an extensive agricultural country. It is the real
western teminus of both the Northern and Union Pacific railways,
and has several local roads and lines of steamers.
The overland or "Shasta" route from Portland to San Francisco, 730 miles, is by the Southern Pacific system. The most
picturesque part of this journey is seen on reaching Mt. Shasta.
The main peak stands 14,442 feet above the sea and the railway
passes close to its base. South of Shasta the route lies through
Sacramento Valley.
D. To San Francisco by Sea.—This tour is from Vancouver to Victoria, and thence by the steamers of the Pacific
Coast Steamship Company southward on the Pacific direct to San
Francisco. Three and a half d^ys are required for the passage.
The coast is in sight for a good part of the way ; but the lofty
broken rocks of Cape Flattery, on the southern side of the entrance
to the Straits of Fuca, and the Golden Gate are the only features
likely to be seen with any distinctness.
III.
Alternate Routes Returning from the Pacific Coast.
Western Tours shown herein can, when desired at time of
purchase, be made to return via other overland routes on payment of a slight additional charge, particulars of which can be
obtained from any Ticket Agent. Special   Information
in connection with
Western Tours
Tourists ticketed from points not on the line of the Canadian
Pacific Railway must begin their journey on that line at either of
the following junction points, viz.: Quebec, Montreal, Newport,
Vt., St. John's, Que., St. John, N.B., Prescott, Brockville, Toronto,
St. Thomas, Detroit, North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur,
Fort William, Gretna or Portal.
The Time Limit on Tourist Tickets to Vancouver, B.C., Victoria, B.C., Seattle, Wash., Tacoma, Wash., Portland, Ore.,|irid
San Francisco, Cal., is nine months from the date of purchase,
the going journey as far as Vancouver to be made within 60 days
from date of purchase. Tourist Return Tickets to Banff Hot
Springs are good for six months from date of issue. To other
points, unless otherwise stated, the final limit will be November
ist.
The route of Western Tours going or coming by rail between
Port Arthur, Fort William or Sault Ste. Marie and points in
Western Ontario west of Sharbot Lake and Kingston, will be via
the Ontario Route, i.e., via the Grand Trunk Railway, between
Toronto and North Bay, thence Canadian Pacific Railway; from
east of Sharbot Lake and Kingston the route will be All Rail
Canadian Pacific Railway via Carleton Junction. Pacific Coast
Tours reading from east of Sharbot Lake and Kingston will be
make to read either via Rail Route (Carleton Junc.) or via Ontario
Route, as passengers may select.
The route of Western Tours from Boston will be by the
Montreal & Boston Air Line to Montreal, thence Canadian Pacific
Railway ; from St. John, N.B., by the Canadian Pacific Railway
Short Line through Maine.
Tours returning from Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle, Tacoma
and Portland, Ore., through Portal, St. Paul and Chicago (Soo
Pacific Route), can, when desired at time of purchase, be made to
return via other overland rotites on payment of a slight additional
charge, particulars of which can be obtained from any ticket
agent.
Tours reading between St. Paul and the east via Chicago,
will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable by
the Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway (Soo Line)
to Sault Ste, Marie, thence Canadian Pacific Railway, or thence
via Canadian Pacific Steamship Line to Owen Sound, and Canadian Pacific Railway.
Rates quoted herein for Western Tours from Sault Ste. Marie
unless otherwise stated, will be via Canadian Pacific Steamship
Line to Fort William, thence as shown in details of route.
Return Tourist Tickets to points west of Fort William via
Fort William, will, if desired, be made good to go either via
Canadian Rail Routes or via the Lake Routes between Owen'
Sound and Fort William, or Sault Ste. Marie and Fort William,
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either of the Lake Routes or vice versa, he can do so, without
extra, charge, on application to agent of the Canadian Pacific
Railway at Winnipeg, Fort William or Sault Ste. Marie.
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
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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 offices at Toronto, Fort William or Winnipeg.
Berths in Alaska steamships can be procured through ticket
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and Return, for Harrison Hot Springs
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Agassiz     14
Return same route. R
Route R 201 Rates as above.
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.) ... to Vancouver  17
Canadian Pacific Ry | Agassiz  14
Return same route. R
Route R 202                                                                       Rates as above!
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd.. .to Huntingdon  226
Canadian Pacific Ry | Agassiz     14
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Alaska (Sitka, Glacier Bay, etc.) and Return.
Route
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Boston $221.50
St. John, N.B  236.00
Quebec   220.00
Montreal   215.00
Ottawa  209.55
Prescott  209.55
Brockville   208.85
Rates as follows:
From Toronto $200.50
44      London  200.50
44     St. Thomas  200.50
44     Detroit  200.50
44     Niagara Falls  202.75
44     Buffalo  203.75
4 4     Sault Ste. Marie  185.00
From Fort William $170.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " " Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co " Victoria  17
IPacific Coast Steamship Co 3 Sitka  68
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Alaska (Sitka, Glacier Bay, etc) and Return.      R W
Rates same as for Route R 203
Route R 204
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry     § Vancouver 266
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.) ..  " Victoria     17
UPacific Coast Steamship Co   | Sitka .     b8
HPacific Coast Steamship Co   " Victoria     b8
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.)...  4   Vancouver     17
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Fort William  266
HCanadian Pacific Steamship Line :.      Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry       Starting Point 265
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Alaska (Sitka, Glacier Bay, etc) and Return.
From
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Route R 205
* From Boston $221.50
St. John, N.B 236.00
Quebec  224.65
Montreal  219.65
Ottawa  214.20       "
Prescott  214.20
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Choice of six railways  "
Wabash Rd.   "
Canadian Pacific Ry   "
Same rates will apply via St. Paul and
Rates as follows :
Brockville $313.50
Toronto 205.15
London  20).15
St. Thomas  205.15
Detroit  205.15
Niagara Falls.  207.40
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Owen Sound  265
Fort William  18
Vancouver  266
Victoria  17
Sitka -V  68
Victoria  6*3
Vanco uver  17
Portal.  14
St. Paul  263
Chicago  ©
Detroit  199
Starting Point  264
Sault Ste. Marie returning.
Algoma Mills, Ont., and Return.
Route R 206
From Boston  * $35.75
St. John, N.B   50.25
Quebec 36.00
Montreal  31.00
Ottawa  27.35
Rates as follows :
From Brockville $24.95
•4     Toronto  14.50
44      London   16.95
44     St. Thomas  17.70
'4     Niagara Falls    16.75
14     Buflalo  17.75
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Prescott 25.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound
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Great Northern Transit Co " Algoma Mills 268 or 228
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Ashland, Wis., and Return,
Route R 207
From   Boston $53.75
St. John, N.B 68.25
Quebec  54.00
Montreal  49.00
4'       Ottawa  45.35
Prescott  43.60
Rates as follows :
From Brockville $42.95
Toronto  32.50
London  32.50
St. Thomas  32.50
Detroit  32.50
Niagara Falls  34.75
From Buffalo  $35.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
||Canadian Pacific Steamship Line   " Sault Ste. Marie  18
||L. M. & L. S. T. Co  4' Ashland  179
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Rates as follows :
From Boston tl01.fi0$111.50
44     St. John, N.B..U16.00 126.00
44     Quebec U04.65 114.65
44     Montreal   t 99.65 109.65
44     Ottawa t 94.20 104.20
44     Prescott t 94.20 104.20
From Brockville  $t93.50$ 103.50
Toronto t85.15
London t85.15
St. Thomas 185.15
Detroit 185.15
Niagara Falls 187.40
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From Buffalo t$88.40   $98.40
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Minneapolis,St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry
Choice of six railways '.	
Wabash Rd..	
Canadian Pacific Ry   44 Starting Point
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
  266
Banff Hot Springs  266
44 Portal     14
44 St. Paul  263
lt Chicago     ©
44 Detroit  199
  264
t On sale May 15th to Sept. 30th.    Limited for return until Nov. 1st.
X Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead or via
Owen Sound.
Tf Tours prefixed thus If will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
II Meals and Berths included.
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Banff Hot Springs and Return . R W
Rates as follows :
From Toronto t$80.00$85.00
"     London t 80.00 85.00
44     St. Thomas t 80.00 85.00
I     Niagara Falls t 82.25 87.25
44     Buffalo t 83.25 88.25,
44     Detroit t 80.00 85.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie....t 70.00 75.00
Route R 209
From   Boston  $101.00
St. John, N.B  106.00
Quebec     90.00
44       Montreal  90.00
Ottawa t89.05 90.00
Prescott t89.05 90.00
Brockville t88.35 90.00
Canadian Pacific Ry •„•••. to Owen Sound  265
|| Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Banff Hot Springs  266
Canadian Pacific Ry     *4 Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  266
Same rates will apply via St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie, going or returning.
J Banff Hot Springs and Return.
Route R 210                                            Rates same as for Route R 209
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound	
||Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Banff Hot Springs	
Return same route.
Route R 211
Banff Hot Springs and Return.
Rates same as for Route R 209
$40.00   From Fort William.... t $50.00
From   Winnipeg	
From Port Arthur    t$50.00.. .$60.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry    *' Banff Hot Springs
Return same route.
265
18
266
R
I $60.00
266
266
R
Banff Hot Springs and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Tacoma $30 00
44      Seattle  30 00
44     Portland, Ore  35 00
"      Centralia  35.00
44      Olympia  30.00
Route R 212
From   New Westminster... .$30.00
Vancouver, B.C. .... 30.00
Victoria, B.C  30 00
Anacortes 30.00
44       New Whatcom 30.00
From Port Townsend $30.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Banff Hot Springs  ...        14
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point     14
The route from Victoria is via the Canadian Pacific Navigation Company to
Vancouver (17), thence as above. From Portland via the Northern Pacific to
Seattle (297). Great Northern Railway Line to New Whatcom (267), Bellingham
Bay & Brititish Columbia Rd. to Huntingdon Junction (226), thence as above ;
returning same route.
Banff Hot Springs and Return .
Route R 213
From   Victoria, B.C $40.00
Vancouver, B. C 40.00
4 4       New Westminster 40.00
New Whatcom 40.00
Seattle 40.00
- Rates as follows :
From Tacoma $40.00
44     Olympia 40.00
44      Port Townsend  40.00
44     Anacortes  40.00
44     Portland, Ore 45.00
From Centralia $45.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Banff     14
Canadian Pacific Ry | Revelstoke     14
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav.Co | Northport 215
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry | Spokane  217
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry | Northport  217
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav.Co 44 Revelstoke  215
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point     14
Or from Rofcson by
Columbia & Kootenay Ry. & Nav. Co 44 Nelson    216
Nelson & Fort Shepard Ry 44 Boundary  301
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry 4i Spokane  302
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry | Boundary  302
Nelson & Fort Shepard Ry | Nelson 301
Columbia & Kootenay Ry. & Nav. Co 44 Robson  216
Chicago, III., and Return.
Route R 214 P% Rates as follows:
From   Boston $37.00    From Ottawa * $31.00
St. John, N.B 51.50       |      Prescott... 30.70
44       Quebec 38.00       44     Brockville 30.00
Montreal 33.00       44     Toronto | 22.40
From London $16.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit  264
Wabash Rd .. :|. | Chicago  199
Return same route. R
t On sale May 15th to Sept. 30th.   Limited for return until Nov. 1st.
X Rates prefixed thus J will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead ot via
Owen Sound.
II  Meals and Berths included.
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II Chicago, III.
Route R 215
From Boston *$50.75 $52.75
" St.John,N.B. * 65.25   67.25
44 Quebec   * 51.00   53.00
44 Montreal.... * 46.00   48.00
44 Ottawa * 42.35   44.35
44 Prescott .... * 40.60   42.60
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville *$39.95.. .$41.95
Toronto	
London	
St. Thomas..
Niagara Falls
Buffalo	
29.50..
29.50..
29.50..
31.75..
32.75..
31.50
31.50
31.50
33.75
34.75
From Detroit  *$29.50.. .$31.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie  18
| Lake Mich. & Lake Superior Trans. Co... " Chicago  43
Return same route. R
Route R 216
From Boston *$47.30 $48.30
44 St.John,N.B. * 61.80   62.80
44 Quebec * 48.75
44 Montreal .
44 Ottawa	
44 Prescott...
Chicago, III., and Return. R W
Rates as follows :
From Brockville *$37.10.
* 43.75
* 39.50
* 37.75
47.75
42.75
40.50
38.75
Toronto	
London	
St. Thomas..,
Niagara Falls,
Buffalo	
26.65..
26.65..
26.65..
28.30..
29.20..
$38.10
27.65
27.65
27.65
29.30
30.20
265
From Detroit  *$26.65.. .$27.65
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound	
ICanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie  18
ILake Mich. & Lake Superior Trans. Co .. 44 Chicago  43
Wabash Rd " Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  264
Chicago, III.
Route R 217
From Boston *$44.80 $46-80
44 St. John, N.B. " 59.30 61-30
44 Quebec     * 46.25 48-25
44 Montreal  * 41.25 43.25
44 Ottawa     * 37.00 39.00
44 Prescott  * 35.25 37.25
and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Brockville *$34.60. .$36.60
44     Toronto * 24.15..  26.15
44     London * 20.75.
44     Niagara Falls ...* 25.80.
44      Buffalo * 26.70.
44      Detroit *   18.45.
22.75
27.80
28.70
20.45
.   14
Canadian Pacific Ry to Windsoi
HCanadian Pacific Steamship Line  44 Mackinac Island  133
IILake Mich. & Lake Superior Trans. Co... 44 Chicago  319
Wabash Rd .....'. <4 Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  264
Return same route. R
Chicago, III., and Return RW
Route R 218 Rates as follows :
From Boston *$44.70 $46.70    From Prescott  *$36.80.. .$38.80
Brockville  * 36.15... 38.15
Toronto  * 25.70...   27.70
London  * 25.70... 27.70
Niagara Falls...  J 25.70... 27.70
44     St.John,N.B. * 59.20   61.20
44     Quebec  * 47.20   49.20
44     Montreal.... * 42.20   44.20
44     Ottawa  * 38.55   40.55
From Buffalo *$25 70. .$27.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit ...
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Navigation Co. 44 Mackinaw City
ILake Mich. & Lake Superior Trans. Co .. 44 Chicago	
Wabash Rd  | Detroit	
| Anchor Line | Buffalo	
New York Central & H. R. Rd 44 Lewiston	
Niagara Navigation Co 44 Toronto
Canadian Pacific Ry	
  264
 :  28
  42
  199
  291
  60
  62
Starting Point  14
Route R 219
From   Boston $52.35
St. John, N.B ,. 66.85
Quebec  51.80
44       Montreal  46.80
Ottawa 44.55
Chicago, III., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From Prescott $42.80
44      Brockville  42.15
44     Toronto  31.70
44     London  31.70
44     St. Thomas  31.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie     18
Minneapolis, St. P. & S. S. Marie Ry 44 Gladstone   175
Gladstone Transfer Co 44 Wharf  190
Goodrich Transportation Co 44 Chicago  180
Wabash Rd j 44 Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  264
| By L. M. & L S. T. Co's Express Steamer 44Manitou," on which meals and
berths are extra.
I Tours prefixed thus + will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applic
able via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
IT Tours prefixed thus If will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
II Meals and Berths included.
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Chicago, III., and Return. R W
Route R 220 Rates as follows :
From Winnipeg.... *$51.50.. $52.50   From Fort William.... *$51.50.... $52.50
From Victoria and Vancouver *$116.00. .$117.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William 266
||Canadian Pacific Steamship Line  44 Sault Ste. Marie 133
[JLake Mich. & Lake Superior Trans. Co... 44 Chicago 179
Choice of six railways 4 4 St. Paul ©
Minneapolis, St. P. & S.S. Marie Ry 44 Portal 263
Canadian Pacific Rv 44 Starting Point ! 14
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
The route from St. Paul to Winnipeg or Fort William is via Great Northern
Ry. to Gretna (95), Canadian Pacific to destination (14).
Route
From
Columbia Lakes, B.C., and Return.
Rates as follows :
R221
Boston....  t$U2.50 $115.60
St. John,N.B  120.60
Quebec  104.60
Montreal tlOl.OO 104.60
Ottawa tl00.05 104.60
Prescott 1100.05 104.60
Brockville.... t 99.35 104.60
From Toronto ....
*4     London ...
44     St. Thomas
44     Niagara Falls
t$91.00
} 91.00
t 91.00
$99.60
99.60
, 99.60
t 93.25...101.85
Buffalo  t 94.25.. .102.85
Detroit  t 91.00... 99.60
Sault Ste. Marie t 71.00	
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound
|Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William....
'Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Golden	
JSteamer 44 Duchess ". 44 Columbia Lakes
Return same route.
265
18
266
102
R
Duluth, Minn
IT
Route R 222
From   Boston $53.75
St. John, N.B 68.25
Quebec  54.00
Montreal  49.00
Ottawa 45.35
Prescott  43.60
From Detroit  $32.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound
||Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie
HAnchor Line, or L. M. & L. S. T. Co.... 44 Duluth  	
Return same route.
., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $42.95
44      Toronto  32.50
44      London  32.50
44      St. Thomas  32.50
44     Niagara Falls  34.75
44     Buffalo  35.75
265
18
289
R
Route R 223
From   Boston $59.75
St. John, N.B  74.25
Quebec  62.25
Montreal 57.25
Ottawa | 53.60
Prescott  51.85
Duluth, Minn., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $51.20
44     Toronto  40.75
44     London 43.05
44     St. Thomas   43.15
44      Niagara Falls  40.75
44     Buffalo 40.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
(Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste   Marie     18
lAnchor Line, or L. M. & L. S. T.
|Anchor Line	
New York Central & H. R. Rd
Niagara Navigation Co	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Co
+
Duluth  289
Buffalo  290
Lewiston  60
Toronto  62
Starting Point  14
R W
Duluth, Minn., and Return.
Route R 224 Rates as follows :
From Boston $57.00 From Brockville $46.20
44    St. John, N.B  71.50     44     Toronto   35.75
|     Quebec 57.25     "     London    35.75
44     Montreal   52.25      44     St. Thomas   35.75
44     Ottawa 48.60     44     Niagara Falls    38.00
44     Prescott 46.85     44     Buffalo 39.00
From Detroit     $35.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
||Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie •     18
HAnchor Line, or L.M. & L. S. T. Co .... 44 Duluth    289
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry | Sault Ste. Marie  115
Canadian Pacific Ry | Starting Point     14
* By L. M? & L. S. T. Co's Express Steamer 44 Manitou," on which meals and
berths are extra,
t On sale May 15th to Sept. 30th. Limited for return until Nov. 1st.
I Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applic
able via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
TT Tours prefixed thus IT will be $2.00 higher via: Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
II Meals and Berths included.
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m)
Duluth, Minn.,
Route R 225
From   Boston $57.00
St. John, N.B  71.50
Quebec 58.00
Montreal  53.00
Ottawa  49.10
Prescott  49.10
Brockville 48.45
and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Toronto $38.00
44      London  38.00
44     St. Thomas  38.00
44     Niagara Falls  40.25
44     Buffalo  41.25
44     Detroit  38.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie  18.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie     14
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry 44 Duluth    115
Return same route. R
J Duluth, Minn., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $44.95
44     Toronto  34.50
44      London  PA.60
44     St. Thomas 34.50
44     Niagara Falls  36.75
44     Buffalo 37.75
Route R 226
From   Boston $55.75
St. John, N.B  70.25
Quebec  56.00
44       Montreal  51.00
Ottawa  47.35
44       Prescott  45.60
From Detroit  $34.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound	
||Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie	
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry 44 Duluth	
Return same route.
IT Duluth, Minn., and Return.
Rates as follows
265
18
115
R
Route R 227
From   Boston $51.75
St. John, N.B  66.25
Quebec  52.00
Montreal 47.00
Ottawa  43.35
Prescott  41.60
From Brockville .$39.95
44     Toronto  3).50
44     London 30.50
44     St. Thomas 30.50
44     Niagara Falls  32.75
44     Buffalo  33.75
From Detroit $30.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie     38
Northern Steamship Line  44 Duluth  303
Return same route. R
+
Route R 228
Duluth, Minn., and Return.
Rates as follows,
From Brockville  $47.45
44     Toronto  37.00
• 44     London  37.00
4'     St. Thomas  37.00
4*     Niagara Falls  39.25
44     Buffalo  40.25
From   Boston $58.25
St. John, N.B 72.75
Quebec  58.50
Montreal  53.50
Ottawa  49.85
Prescott  48.10
From Detroit $37.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound    265
|| Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie     18
Northern Steamship Line 44 Duluth      303
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry 4t Sault Ste. Marie     115
Canadian Pacific Ry *4 Starting Point        14
Route R 229
From Boston
Fort William,
$61
9?
44     St. John, N.B  75.75
44     Quebec  61.5')
44      Montreal  56.50
Ottawa  51.10
44      Prescott  51.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William
Return same route.
Ont., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Brockville • $50.45
44      Toronto  40.00
44      London  40.00
44     St. Thomas   40.00
44     Niagara Falls  42.25
Buffalo  43.25
  26S
R
Fort William, Ont., and Return.
Rates as follows
From Brockville	
Toronto	
London	
St. Thomas	
Niagara Falls...
Buffalo	
$30.50
$40.95
30.50
. 30.50
30.50
32.75
. 33.75
Route R 230
From   Boston $51.75
St. John, N.B  66.25
Quebec  52.00
Montreal 47.00
Ottawa 43.35
Prescott  41.60
From Detroit	
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound
HCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William	
Return same route.
X Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase, be made
able via Windsor and the Canadian ^Pacific Steamship Line, instead
Owen Sound.
IT Tours prefixed thus.IT will be $2 00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
II Meals and Berths included.
..265
..    18
R
applic-
of via
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133
Fort William, Ont., and Return.
Route R 231                                                          Rates same as for Route R 230
and From Windsor and Detroit $28.00   From London $29.00
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Windsor     14
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William 133
Return same route. R
Fort William, Ont
Route R 232
From   Boston $54.25
St. John, N.B 68.75
Quebec  54.50
Montreal 49.50
Ottawa  45.85
Prescott   44.10
From Detroit ....
r and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $43.45
44     Toronto 33.00
44     London  33.00
44      St. Thomas 33.00
44     Niagara Falls  35.25
44     Buffalo 36.25
$33.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  266
Fort William, Ont.,
Route R 233
From   Boston $51.75    From
St. John, N.B  66.25
44       Quebec 52.00
44       Montreal  47.00       (l
Ottawa  43.35
+     4I       Prescott  41.60
From Detroit	
and Return. R W
Rates as follows :
Brockville $40.95
Toronto  30.50
London  30.50
St. Thomas   30.50
Niagara Falls  32.75
Buffalo  33.75
  $30.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to
II Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44
II Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4
Houghton, Mich
Route R 234
From Boston $56.85   From
44     St. John, N.B 71.35
44      Quebec  57.10
Montreal  52.10
44     Ottawa  48.45
44     Prescott 46.70
Owen Sound  265
Fort William     18
Windsor  133
; Starting Point     14
and Return.
Rates as follows :
Brockville $46.05
Toronto  35.60
London 35.60
St. Thomas 35.60
Niagara Falls  37.85
Buffalo  38.85
From Detroit $35.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie  14
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry 44 Houghton  115
Return same route. R
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville	
44     Toronto	
London 	
St. Thomas	
Niagara Falls	
44      Buffalo	
IF Houghton, Mich
Route R 235
From Boston $53.35
St. John, N.B I 67.85
Quebec  53.60
Montreal  48.60
Ottawa 44.95
Prescott  43.20
From Detroit $32.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound	
IICanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste  Marie	
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry 4fc Houghton	
Return same route.
Killarney, Ont., and Return.
Route R 236 Rates as follows
From Boston $31.75
44 St John, N.B  46.25
*   4' Quebec  32.00
44 Montreal .           27.00
44 Ottawa         . 23.35
4- Prescott  21.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound |
IINorth Shore Nav. Co. or
||Great Northern Transit Co 4' Killarney 268
Return same route.
$42.55
32.10
32.10
3*.10
34.35
35.35
265
18
115
R
From Brockville	
4 *     Toronto	
4 4      London	
44 St Thomas ..
44 Niagara Falls
44      Buffalo	
$20.95
10.50
12.95
13.70
12.75
13.75
.. 265
or 228
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return.
Route R 237 Rates as follows :
From   Winnipeg $43.00    From Victoria and Vancouver.. .$109.00
From Fort William and Port Arthur $19.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William  266
HCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie  133
Steamer " Mackinac Island  258;
Return same route. R
IT Tours prefixed thus U" will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
II Meals and Berths included. IHfMfP.^v^ffi
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Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return.       R W
Route R 238
From   Winnipeg . .$47.00     From
From Victoria or Vancouver.
Canadian Pacific Ry to
|| Canadian Pacific Steamship Line   44
Steamer  44
Mackinac Transportation Co  44
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry   44
Great Northern Ry   44
\Minneapolis, St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry.. 44
Canadian Pacific Ry  4<
The route from St. Paul to Winnipeg, P
Great Northern Ry. to Gretna (95)i Canadian
Rates as follows :
Pt. Arthur or Fort William $47.00
 $111.50
Fort William.  266
Sault Ste. Marie  133
Mackinac Island  258
St. Ignace  202
Duluth  206
St. Paul  201
Portal  263
Starting Point  14
ort Arthur or Fort William is via
Pacific to destination (14).
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return,
Rates as follows :
From Ottawa   $35.35
Prescott 33.60
Brockville 32.95
44      Toronto  22.50
Route R 239
From Boston $41.05
44       St. John, N.B 55.55
Quebec 41.85
Montreal  36.85
From London $17 • 15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit 264
Michigan Central Rd 44 Mackinaw City  200
Mackinac Transportation Co 4< Mackinac Island     47
Return same route
R
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return
Route R 240
From   Boston
Rates as follows :
From Prescott .    $22.60
Brockville  21.95
44       Toronto  11.50
44       London 11.50
Niagara Falls   13.75
 $32.75
St. John, N.B  47.25
44       Quebec 33.00
Montreal 28.00
44       Ottawa  24.35
From Buffalo ". $14.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit 264
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Navigation Co. 44 Mackinac Island     28
Return same route. R
During July and August only.
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return.
Route R 241
om
Boston $39.75
St. John, N.B 54.25*
Quebec     40.00
Montreal 35.00
Ottawa    31.35
Prescott  29.60
Rates as follows :
From Brockville $28.95
Toronto  18.50
London  18.50
44       St. Thomas  18.50
44       Niagara Falls  20.75
Buffalo  21.75
  265
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound	
IIGreat   Northern   Transit  Co.   or North
Shore Navigation Co   *4 Mackinac Island, via Sault Ste.
Marie 228 or 268
||Great Northern   Transit   Co.   or North
Shore Navigation Co   " Owen Sound direct 228 or 268
Canadian Pacific Ry   4C Starting Point  265
On steamers leaving Owen Sound for Mackinac Island as advertised, in July
and Augfust via Channel north of Manitoulin Island only.
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return.       R W
Route R 242
From   Boston $38.25
St. John, N.B 52.00
Quebec 38.50
Montreal 33.50
Ottawa   29.85
Prescott 28.10
Rates as follows :
From Brockville $27.45
Toronto  16.50
London  16.50
St. Thomas  16.50
44       Niagara Falls  19.25
Buffalo  20.25
From Detroit $16.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line   fc4 Sault Ste. Marie     18
Steamer   44 Mackinac Island  258
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co  4* Detroit     28
Canadian Pacific Ry   44 Starting Point 264
{ Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
II Meals and Berths included.
' —~—i
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135
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return.
Route R 213
From   Boston $41.75
.Rates as follows :
From Brockville $30.95
Toronto  20.50
London  20.50
St. Thomas  20.50
44       Niagara Falls  22.75
Buffalo  23.75
 $20.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line   4* Sault Ste. Marie     18
Steamer   " Mackinac Island 258
Return same route. R
St. John, N.B 56.25
Quebec  42.00
Montreal 37.00
Ottawa    33.35
Prescott  31.60
From Detroit....
Mich., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Prescott .' $26.10
Mackinac Island,
Route R 244
From Boston $36.25
44      St. John, N B 50.75
44      Quebec  36.50
44      Montreal     31.50
44     Ottawa  27.85
From Buffalo '... .$18.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to vVindsor	
||Canadian Pacific Steamship Line  44 Mackinac Island
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co    4 Detroit	
Canadian Pacific Ry ' 44 Starting Point .
Brockville  25.45
Toronto  15.00
London 15.00
Niagara Falls  17.25
14
133
28
264
Mackinac Island, Mich.
Route R 245
From   Boston \ $43.80
St. John, N.B  58.30
Quebec     44.60
Montreal  39.60
Ottawa    35.95
Prescott 34.20
and Return. R W
Rates as follows :
From Brockville '. $33.55
Toronto 23.10
London  23.10
Niagara Falls 24.80
Buffalo  25.35
Detroit  23.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit  264
Michigan Central Rd ..   44 Mackinaw City  200
Mackinac Transportation Co   44 Mackinac Island     47
Steamer   44 Sault Ste. Marie     258
I Canadian Pacific Steamship Line   44 Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry  44 Starting Point  265
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return.
R W
Route R 246
From   Boston $38.30
4*       St. John, N.B 52.80
Quebec  39.10
Montreal  34.10
Ottawa 30.45
From Buffalo....
Rates as follows
From
.i
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co   *4
Mackinac Transportation Co    44
Michigan Central Rd	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Prescott $28.70
Brockville  28.05
Toronto  17.60
Niagara Falls  19.25
London  14.70
 $19.25
Detroit  264
Mackinac Island  28
Mackinaw City  47
Detroit  200
Starting Point  264
Route R 247
From   Boston ,..$49.25
St. John, N.B 63.75
Quebec... 49.50
Montreal  44.50
Ottawa  40.85
Prescott 39.10
Marquette, Mich., and Return.
Rates as follows
R W
From Brockville $38.45
Toronto  28.00
London  28.00
Niagara Falls  30.25
4*       Buffalo  31.25
Detroit  28.00
Canadian Pacific Ry	
I Anchor Line	
I Anchor Line, or L. M. & L. S. T. Co.
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
to Detroit  264
44 Marquette  29L
44 Sault Ste. Marie  289
44 Owen Sound  18
44 Starting Point  265
{ Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
II Meals and Berths included.
II 136 WESTERN TOURS
I Marquette, Mich,, and Return. R W
Route R 248 Rates as follows :
From   Boston $50.55 From Brockville $40.30
St. John, N.B  65.05 4       Toronto  29.85
Quebec  51.35 %       London  29.85
Montreal  46.35 44       Niagara Falls  31.55
Ottawa  42.70 44       Buffalo 32.10
44       Prescott  40.95 44       Detroit  29.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
||Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 4i Sault Ste. Marie     18
HAnchor Line, or L. M. & L. S. T. Co.... 44 Marquette  289
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry   44 St. Ignace     29
Mackinac Transportation Co   44 Mackinaw City     48
Michigan Central Rd   44 Detroit...  200
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Startiiig Point  264
II Marquette, Mich., and Return.
Route R 249 Rates as follows :
From Boston     $46.75     From Brockville $35.95
44     St. John, N.B 61.25 ,4     Toronto ...25.50
44     Quebec 47.00        i4     London 25.50
44     Montreal  42.00 '4      St. Thomas  25.50
44     Ottawa  38.35        44     Niagara Falls  27.75
44     Prescott  36.60 44      Buffalo  28.75
From Detroit $25.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
II Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie  18
HAnchor Line, or L. M. & L. S. T. Co...  44 Marquette   289
Return same route. R
| Marquette, Mich., and Return.
Route R 250 R ates as follows :
From Boston $47.25 From Brockville $36.45
44 St. John, N.B 61.75 44      Toronto....   26.00
44 Quebec 47.50 4<      London  26.00
44 Montreal  42-50 4-4     St. Thomas    26.00
44 Ottawa       .38.85 li      Niagara Falls   28.25
44 Prescott 37.10 k4      Buffalo  29.25
Canadian Pacific Ry     to Owen Sound  14
|| Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 4< Sault Ste. Marie  18
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry 44 Marquette   115
Return same route. R
^1 Marquette, Mich., and Return. R W
Route R 251 Rates as follows:
From Boston $47.00     From Brockville $36.20
44     St. John, N.B 61.50 44     Toronto  25.75
44     Quebec  47.25 '4     London  25.75
4      Montreal   42.25 44      St. Thomas  25.75
44      Ottawa  38.60 44      Niagara Falls  28.00
44     Prescott  36.85 "     Buffalo  29.CO
From Detroit $25.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
|| Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie   18
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry 44 Marquette "*...  115
HAnchor Line, pr L. M. & L. S. T. Co... 44 Sault Ste. Marie '289
|| Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 4< Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point 265
Marquette, Mich., and Return.
Route R 252' Rates as follows :
From Boston $50.75 From Toronto $29.50
44     St. John, N.B  65.25 '4     London  29.50
44     Quebec  51.00 44      St. Thomas  29.50
44     MDntreal  46.00 44     Niagara Falls  31.75
44     Ottawa  40.60 "     Buffalo 32.75
44     Prescott 40.60 44      Sault Ste. Marie     9.50
44      Brockville  39.95 44     Detroit  28.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie     14
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry *4 Marquette  115
Return same route. R
X Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead ot via
Owen Sound.
IT Tours prefixed thus IT will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
J| Meals and Berths included.
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137
Nelson, B.C., and Return.
Route R 253
From   Boston $121.50
St.John,N.B  135.00
Quebec  120.00
Montreal  115.00
44       Ottawa  109.55
Prescott  109.55
41       Brockville  108.85
Rates as follows:
From Toronto $100.50
44     London   100.50
44     St. Thomas 100.50
44     Niagara Falls  102.75
I     Buffalo  103.75
44     Detroit   100.50
44     Fort William     70.00
  $70.00
From Winnipeg ,
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William     14
Canadian Pacific Ry <4 Revelstdke     14
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co 44 Robson  214
Columbia & Kootenay Ry. & Nav. Co 4< Nelson 216
E*» Return same route. R
J Nelson, B.C., and Return.
Route R 254 Rates same as for Route R 253
Canadian Pacific Ry •.••••. to Owen Sound „  14
II Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William  18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Revelstoke  15
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co.... 4 4 Robson  214
Columbia & Kootenay Ry. & Nav. Co 44 Nelson  216
Return same route. R
X Nepigon, Ont., and Return. RW
Route R 255 Rates as follows:
From   Boston $54.25   From Brockville $43.45
St. John, N.B  68.75       44     Toronto 33.00
Quebec 54.50       44     London 33.00
Montreal  49.50       4<     St. Thomas 33.00
44       Ottawa 45.85       44     Niagara Falls 35.25
44       Prescott  44.10       44     Buffalo .. ,y\ 36.25
From Detroit $33.00
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Owen Sound 265
((Canadian Pacific Steamship Line  tk Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry  44 Nepigon  266
Canadian Pacific Ry. " Starting Point     14
J Nepigon, Ont., and Return.
Route R 256.   Rates same as for Route R 255, and from Sault Ste. Marie $16.50
  265
     18
  266
R
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William
Canadian Pacific Ry  4i Nepigon ....
Return same route.
Route R 257
From New Westminster,BC..$30.00
4*     Vancouver, B.C 30.00
44    Victoria, B.C  30.00
44    Anacortes 30.00
44     New Whatcom  30.00
From Port Townsend
Penticton and Return.
' Rates as follows :
From Tacoma ................... $30.00
44    Seattle  30.00
44     Portland, Ore  35.00
44     Centralia  35.00
44    Olympia 30.00
 ..$30.CO
Canadian Pacific Ry to Okanagan Landing    14
Canadian Pacific Ry. Steamer 44 Aberdeen" 4* Penticton     14
Return same route. R
The route from Victoria is via the Canadian Pacific Navigation Company to
Vancouver (17), thence as above. From Portland via the Northern Pacific to
Seattle (297), Great Northern Railway Line to New Whatcom (?67). Bellingham
Bay & British Columbia Rd. to Huntington Junction (226), thence as above;
returning same route.
Portland, Ore., and Return.
Route R 258 Rates as follows:
From   Boston $141.50   From London $120.50
St. Thomas  120.50
St. John, N.B  156.00
Quebec  140.00
Montreal  135.00
Ottawa  129.55
Prescott  129.55
Brockville  128.85
Toronto  120.50
Canadian Pacific Ry
to
Niagara Falls  120.50
Buffalo  123.75
Detroit  122.75
Sault Ste. Marie  105.00
Fort William  90.00
Winnipeg  90.00
Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry * Huntingdon  266
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd.... " New Whatcom 226
Great Northern Ry " Seattle       -
Northern Pacific Kd " Portland	
297
R
Return same route.
Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
Meals and Berths included. 138
WESTERN TOURS
X Portland, Ore., and Return.
Route R 259 Rates same for Route R 258
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound	
||Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William,	
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Huntingdon	
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd... 44 New Whatcom	
GreatNorthern Ry 44 Seattle	
Northern Pacific Rd 44 Portland	
Northern Pacific Rd 44 Tacoma
...265
.. 18
.. 266
.. 226
.. 267
.. 297
.. 297
Great Northern Ry 4  New Whatcom  267
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd... 44 Huntingdon  226
Canadian Pacific Ry *4 Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point.  266
X St. Paul, Minn., and Return.
Route R 260 Rates as follows:
From Boston $60.75   From Brockville  .$49.95
44     St. John, N.B   75.25       44     Toronto 39.50
44     Quebec  61.00       44     London  39.60
44     Montreal   56.00       44     St. Thomas  39.50
44     Ottawa  52.35       44     Niagara Falls  41.75
44     Prescott  50.60       44     Buffalo  42.75
From Detroit $39 50
Canadian Pacific Ry « to Owen Sound     264
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie     18
((Anchor Line, or L. M. & L. S, T. Co  44 Duluth  289
St. Paul & Duluth Rd 4< St. Paul    94
Return same route. R
St. Paul, Minn., and Return.
R W
Route R 261
From Boston $59.30
St. John, N.B   73.80
Quebec   58.75
Montreal   53.75
Ottawa  51.50
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $49.10
44     Toronto  38.65
44     London  38.65
44     St. Thomas  38.65
44     Niagara Falls  40.30
44      Buffalo  41.20
Prescott  49.75
From Detroit $38.65
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
|Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie     18
(Anchor Line or L. M. &L. S. T. Co 44 Duluth   289
St. Paul & Duluth Rd 44 St. Paul     94
Choice of six railways    44 Chicago     0
Wabash Rd. 44 Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Starting Point  264
Same rate will apply via St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie, going or returning.
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
t St. Paul, Minn.
Route R 262
From Boston $57.00
St. John, N.B   71.50
Quebec   58.00
Montreal   53.00
Ottawa  49.35
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $46.95
44     Toronto   36.50
44     London  36.50
44     St. Thomas  36.50
44     Niagara Falls  H8.75
44     Buffalo  39.75
Prescott  47.60
From Detroit $36.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
((Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie  18
Minneapolis, St. P. & S. S. Marie Ry.... 44 St. Paul ,  175
Return same route. R
St. Paul, Minn., and Return.
R W
Route R 263                                              Rates same as for Route R 262
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 4 4 Sault Ste. Marie     18
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry 4t Duluth   115
Great Northern Ry 44 St. Paul 201
Minneapolis, St. P. & S.S. Marie Ry.... 44 Sault Ste. Marie   175
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Owen Sound   118
Canadian Pacific Ry 4t Starting Point  265
t St. Paul, Minn., and Return.
Route R 264 Rates same as for Route R 262
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie  18
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry 4' Duluth  115
Great Northern Ry | St. Paul  201
Return same route. R
X Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
|| Meals and Berths included. t <      "": ;   ~T"' r        ■ ,..
WESTERN     TOURS
139
St. Paul, Minn., and Return.
Route R 265
From Boston $57.00
44 St. John, N.B  71.50
44 Quebec 58.00
44 Montreal     53.00
44 Ottawa  50.70
*4 Prescott 50.70
44 Brockville  50.00
Rates as follows:
From Toronto $40.00
London 40.00
44     St. Thomas 40.00
44     Niagara Falls 41.70
44     Buffalo 42.50
Kt     Sault Ste. Marie. 20.00
44     Detroit 40.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste
Minneapolis, St. P. & S. S. Marie Ry. ... 4< St. Paul .
Return same route.
Marie    14
  175
R
St. Paul, Minn., and Return.
Route R 266 I Rates same as for Route R 265
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie     14
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry 4< Duluth 115
Great Northern Ry 4< St. Paul 201
Return same route. R
St. Paul, Minn., and Return.
4£oute R 267 Rates as follows :
From   Boston $57.00    From Ottawa $51.00
St. John, N.B 71.50       *4     Prescott 50.70
Quebec  58.00       44     Brockville 50.00
Montreal 53.00       44     Toronto 42.40
From London $36.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit 264
Wabash Rd. 44 Chicago  199
Choice ol six ^railways i( St. Paul     0
Return same route. R
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
Route R 268
From   Boston  $61.55
St. John, N.B  76.05
Quebec 61.00
Montreal 56.00
Ottawa  53.75
Prescott 52.00
St. Paul, Minn., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $51.35
44     Toronto 40.90
44      London 40.90
44     St. Thomas 40.90
44     Niagara Falls 42.55
44     Buffalo 43.45
i     From Detroit $40.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie     14
Minneapolis, St. P. & S. S. Marie Ry 44 St Paul 175
Choice of six railways 4< Chicago..-.     0
Wabash Rd | Detroit 199
Canadian Pacific Ry 4' Starting Point 264
Return same route. R
© 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
4-
Route R 269
San Francisco, Cal., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From   Boston $155.00
St. John, N.B  169.50
Quebec  153.50
Montreal 148.50
Ottawa  143.05
Prescott.... 143.05
Brockville 142.35
Toronto  134.00
From London $134.00
g     St. Thomas  134.00
44     Niagara Falls  136.25
44     Buffalo  137.25
44     Detroit  134.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie  118.50
44     Fort William  103.50
44     Winnipeg  103.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry u Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.).. 44 Victoria..: |    17
llPacific Coast Steamship Co " San Francisco     68
UPacific Coast Steamship Co " Victoria     68
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.)... 44 Vancouver     17
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Fort William 266
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point 265
t Tours prefixed thus t will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
. .   f
Meals and Berths included. 140
WESTERN TOURS
X San Francisco, Cal., and Return.
Route R 270 Rates same as for Route R 269
R W
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William
Canadian Pacific Ry *4 Huntingdon
266
266
New Whatcom  22$
Seattle  267
Portland ..  297|
San Francisco 188
Portland  189
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd
Great Northern Ry	
Northern Pacific Rd	
Southern Pacific Co	
Southern Pacific Co	
Northern Pacific Rd 4< Tacoma 297
Great Northern Ry 44 New Whatcom 267
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd.. " Huntingdon  226
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Fort William  266
(Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry <4 Starting Point 265
San Francisco, Cal., and Return.
Route R 271 Rates same as for Route R 269
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry ll Vancouver	
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.)... 44 Victoria	
[| Pacific Coast Steamship Co 44 San Francisco	
Return same route.
266
266
17
68
R
San Francisco, Cal., and Return.
Route R 272 Rates same as for Route R 269
Canadian    acific Ry to Fort William	
Canadian Pacific R y 4 4 Huntingdon j
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd.. 44 New Whatcom	
Great Northern Ry 44 Seattle	
Northern Pacific Rd 44 Portland	
Southern Pacific Co	
     44 San Francisco
Return same route.
...266
... 266
... 226
... 267
... 297
188-189
R
San Francisco, Cal., and Return.
Route R 273
From   Boston $155.00
St. John, N.B  169.50
Quebec  158.15
Montreal 153.15
Ottawa 147.70
Prescott  147.70
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $138.50
44     Toronto  138.65
44     London 138.65
44     St. Thomas *. 134.65
44     Niagara Falls  140.90
44     Buffalo  141.90
From Detroit $138.65
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry *4 Huntingdon  266
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd.. *4 New Whatcom  226
Great Northern Ry 44 Seattle 267
Northern Pacific Rd 44 Portland     297
Southern Pacific Co      4 San Francisco  188
Southern Pacific Co    4 Portland  189
Northern Pacific Rd 44 Tacoma     297
Great Northern Ry 44 New Whatcom  267
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd .. 44 Huntingdon  226
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Portal     14
Minneapolis, St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry.. 44 St. Paul  263
Choice of six railways 44 Chicago <.    0
Wabash Rd 44 Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  264
Rates quoted for this route will apply, if application is made at time of purchase, by the direct United States routes on return journey from San Francisco
through St. Paul, Kansas City, St. Louis or St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie.
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26,107 or 112.
Sault Ste. Marie,
Route R 274
From   Boston $39.75
St. John, N.B 54.25
Quebec  40.00
4,4        Montreal 35.00
Ottawa  31.35
44       Prescott  29.60
Mich., and Return.
R W
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $28.95
44     Toronto  18.50
44     London  18.50
44     St. Thomas  18.50
44     Detroit  18.50
Niagara Falls 20.75
From Buffalo $21.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
HCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie     18
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Windsor 133
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point     14
% Tours prefixed thus + will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
B Meals and Berths included.
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141
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.
Route R 275 Rates same as for Route R 274
and From London .. .$15.00   Windsor .. .#15.00   Detroit $15.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Windsor     14
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie   133
Return same route. R
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.       RW
Route R 276                                                  Rates same as for Route R 274
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie       18
Windsor, Detroit & Soo Line    , 4 4 Windsor         315
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting point     14
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.
Route R 277
From   Boston $37.75
St. John, N.B 52.25
Quebec 38.00
44       Montreal 33.00
Ottawa 29.35
44       Prescott  27.60
From Owen Sound $12.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie
Return same route.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville      $26.95
44     Toronto  16.50
44     London .•  16.50
44     St. Thomas 16.50
44     Niagara Falls    18.75
44     Buffalo  19.75
265
18
R
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Brockville $33.00
44      Toronto 25.00
44     London 25.00
44     St. Thomas 25.' 0
44     Niagara Falls 27.25
Route R 278
From Boston $46.25
44     St. John, N.B  58.75
44     Quebec  42.75
44      Montreal  37.75
44     Ottawa  31.95
44     Prescott  33.70
Canadian Pacfic Ry to Sault Ste. Marie
Return same route.
Buffalo   28.25
14
R
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.       R W
Route R 279 Rates as follows :
From Winnipeg  .$44.50    From Fort William $44.50
From Victoria and Vancouver $109.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Gretna  186
Great Northern Ry 4<St. Paul     95
Minneapolis St. Paul & S.S. Marie Ry.. p Sault Ste. Marie  175
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line '4 Fort William 133
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Starting Point 266
Sault Ste. Marie,
Route R 280
From   Boston $41.25
St. John, N.B 55.75
Quebec 41.50
Montreal 36.50
44       Ottawa  31.95
Mich., and Return.       R W
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $30.45
44     Toronto .. /  20.00
44      London  20.00
44     St. Thomas  20.00
44     Niagara Falls  22.25
44      Buffalo  23.25
44       Prescott 31.10
From Owen Sound $20.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie     18
Canadian Pacific Ry | Starting Point     14
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.
Route R 281                                                                    Rates as follows :
From London $18.50   From Woodstock $18.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Windsor     14
||Windsor, Detroit & Soo Line j4 Sault Ste. Marie ..., 315
Return same route. R
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich
Route R 282
From Lond >n $18.50
44     Woodstock  18.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Windsor	
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line    " Sault Ste. Marie
II Windsor, Detroit & Soo Line  	
Canadian Pacific Ry 1 Starting Point
II Meals and Berths included.
and Return.       R W
Rates as follows :
From Detroit $15.00
Windsor     15.00
     14
133
4 Windsor '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 315
     14
'
i 142
WESTERN TOURS
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich
Route R 283
From   feoston $42.75
St. John, N.B 57.25
. 44       Quebec 45.25
44       Montreal 40.25
44       Ottawa 36.60
Prescott 34.85       |
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound ....
I Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 4l Sault Ste. Marie
and Return.       R W
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $34.20
Toronto  23.75
44     London 23.75
44     St. Thomas 23.75
44     Niagara Falls 23.75
44     Buffalo 23.75
  265
    18
0Anchor Line '. 44 Buffalo  289
Michigan Central Rd 4| Niagara-on-the-Lake     61
Niagara Navigation Co 4 4 Toronto     63
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point     14
X Sault Ste. Marie, Mich
Route R 284
From   Boston $43.80 From
St. John, N.B 58.30
Quebec 44.60       4<
Montreal 39.60       "
Ottawa 35.95       4<
Prescott 34.20       4*
Canadian Pacific Ry to
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry 44
Mackinac Transportation Co 4i
Michigan Central Rd 44
Canadian Pacific Ry 44
., and Return.       R W
Rates as follows:
Brockville $33.55
Toronto .., ,. 23.10
London 23.10
Detroit 23.10
Niagara Falls  24.80
Buffalo  25.30
Owen Sound 265
Sault Ste. Marie     18
St. Ignace  115
Mackinaw City     48
Detroit  200
Starting Point  264
Route R 285
Seattle, Wash., and Return.
Rates as follows
From   Boston $141.50   From London $120.50
St. John, N.B  156.00
Quebec  140.00
Montreal 135.00
Ottawa  129.55
Prescott  129.55
Brockville  128.85
Toronto  120.50
From Duluth	
St. Thomas  120.50
Niagara Falls 122.75
Buffalo  123.75
Detroit  120.50
Sault Ste. Marie  105.00
Fort William     90.00
Winnipeg     90.00
 $90.00
Canadian Pacific Ry     to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Huntingdon  266
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd.... 44 New Whatcom  226
Great Northern Ry 44 Seattle  267
Return same route. R
Route R 286
Seattle, Wash., and Return. R W
Rates same as for Route R 285
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
[Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William  18
Canadian Pacific Ry 4' Huntingdon  266
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd.. 44 New Whatcom  226
Great Northern Railway 44 Seattle  267
Great Northern Railway 44 New Whatcom  267
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd.. 44 Huntingdon  226
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Starting Point..'  266
Spokane Falls, Wash., and Return,
R W
Route R 287
Rates as follows :
From   Boston .• $121.50
St. John, N.B  135.00
Quebec 120.00
Montreal  115.00
Ottawa  109.55
44       Prescott  109.55
From Toronto $100.50
44 London  100.50
44 St. Thomas  100.50
44 Niagara Falls  102.75
44 Buffalo  103.75
44 Detroit  100.50
44 Fort William  70.00
44       Brockville  108.85       4<
From Winnipeg $70.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William 266
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Revelstoke.  266
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co 4i Northport 215
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry 44 Spokane Falls  217
Return same route. R
Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable tia Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
Meals and Berths included. till
WESTERN TOURS
143
Tacoma, Wash., and Return,
Route R 288
From   Boston $141.50
44       St. John, N.B  156.00
44       Quebec  140.00
Montreal  135.00
Ottawa  129.55
44       Prescott  129.55
Brockville.....  128.85
445       Toronto  120.50
Canadian Pacific Ry.   to Fort William..
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 * Huntingdon...
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd... 44 New Whatcom
Great Northern Ry 44 Seattle	
Steamer 4 4 Tacoma	
Return same route.
Rates as follows :
From London $120.50
44     St. Thomas  120.50
44     Niagara Falls 122.75
44     Buffalo 123.75
*4     Detroit 120.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  105.00
44     Fort William    90.00
44     Winnipeg  90.00
  266
 266
 226
  267
  269
R
Route R 289
Tacoma, Wash., and Return. R W
Rates same as for Route R 288
Canadian Pacific Ry to
| Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd.. 4'
Great Northern Ry 44
Steamer '. *4
Steamer *4
Great Northern Ry 44
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Rd.. 4
Canadian Pacific Ry *4
Canadian Pacific Ry 44
Owen Sound 266
Fort William     18
Huntingdon 266
New VV hatcom  226
Seattle  267
Tacoma 269
Seattle  269
New Whatcom 267
Huntingdon  226
Fort William 266
Starting Point 266
Route R 290
From   Boston ..
St. John,
Vancouver, B.C., and Return.
R W
 $141.50
N.B  145.00
Quebec  140.00
Montreal  135.00
Ottawa  129.55
Prescott  129.55
Brockville 128.85
Toronto 120.50
Rates as follows:
From London $120.50
44     St. Thomas 120.50
44     Niagara Falls  122.75
44     Buffalo 123.75
tl     Detroit  120.50
44     Sault Ste Marie  105.00
44     Fort William     90.00
*4     Winnipeg     90.00
From Duluth $90.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William 266
Canadian Pacific Ry *4 Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Ry | Fort William  266
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  265
Vancouver, B.C., and Return.
Route R 291 Rates same as for Route R 290
Canadian Pacific Ry ..  to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Vancouver  266
Return same route. R
X Vancouver, B.C., and Return.
Route R 292                                                Rates same as for Route R 290
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line | Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry | Vancouver 266
Return same route. R
+
Vancouver, B.C
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $133.50
44     Toronto  125.15
44      London  125.15
44     St. Thomas  125.15
44     Niagara Falls  127.40
44     Buffalo  128.40
Route R 293
From   Boston $141.50
St. John, N.B 156.00
Quebec  144.65
Montreal  139.65
Ottawa  134.20
Prescott  134.20
From Detroit   $125.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry | Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Portal     14
Minneapolis, St Paul & S. S. Marie Ry.. 44 St. Paul  263
Choice of six railways 4< Chicago     0
Wabash Rd | Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry | Starting Point  264
Rates will apply returning via St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie.
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
: Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
I Meals and Berths included. -tt
144
WESTERN  TOURS
Vancouver, B.C., and Return.-
Route R 294 Rates same as tor Route R 293
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Ry  * * Portal  14
Minneapolis, St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry.. u St. Paul  263
Choice of six railways -1 Chicago  ©
Wabash Rd 4< Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  264
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
Victoria, B.C., and Reiurn.
Rates as follows :
From London $120.50
44     St. Thomas  120.50
44     Niagara Falls  122.75
4     Buffalo  123.75
44      Detroit   120.50
Sault Ste. Marie  105.00
44      Fort William  90^00
Winnipeg  90.00
Route R 295
From   Boston $141.50
44       St. John, N.B  15ti.00
Quebec  140.00
Montreal  135.00
44       Ottiwa  129.55
Prescott  129.55
44       Brockville  128.85
44       Toronto   120.50
From Duluth ".$90.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry *4 Vancouver ..'  266
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.)  44 Victoria     17
Return same route. R
X Victoria, B.C., and Return. R W
Route R 296 Rates same as for Route R 295
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.) 44 Victoria     17
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.) 4' Vancouver     17
Canadian Pacific Ry    4 Fort William  266
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 4  Owen Sound'     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point 265
X Victoria, B.C., and Return.
Route R 297                                          Rates same as for Route R 295
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co , (Ltd.) 44 Victoria     ....    17
Return same route. R
Route R 298
From
ii
Victoria, B.C., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $133.50
44      Toronto 125.15
44     London  125.15
44     St. Thomas 125.15
44     Niagara Falls  127.40
44     Buffalo  128.40
Boston $141.50
St. John, N.B  156.00
Quebec  144.65
Montreal  139.65
Ottawa  134.20
44       Prescott  134.20
From Detroit $125.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line i( Fort William  18
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.) 4i Victoria  17
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.) 4 4 Vancouver  17
Canadian Pacific Ry    4 Portal  14
Minneapolis, St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry.. 4* St.  Paul  263
Choice of six railways *4 Chicago  0
Wabash Rd. I Detroit .  199
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  264
Rates will apply returning via St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie.
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
Victoria, B.C., and Return.
Route R 299 Rates same as for Route R 298
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.) 44 Victoria     17
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ld.) 44 Vancouver     17
Canadian Pacific Ry...] 4 4 Portal     14
Minneapolis, St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry... 44 St. Paul  263
Choice of six railways     4 4 Chicago     0
Wabash Rd. 44 Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  264
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
X Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase,-be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
H Meals and Berths included.
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Route
From
Winnipeg, Man., and Return.
Rates as follows
From Toronto t$56.
44     London t 56
R300
Boston t$77.75*$71.25
St.John, N.B.t 92.25* 81.00
Quebec + 78.00* 65.00
Montreal        t 73.00* 60.00
Ottawa t 69.35* 59.55
Prescott t 67.60* 59.55
Brockville.... t 66.95* 58.85
St. Thomas t 56,
Niagara Falls t 58.
Detroit t 56.
Buffao t 59.
Sault Ste. Marie   . .t 40.
50*$50.50
50* 50.50
50.50
52.25
50.50
53.25
50*
75*
50*
75*
00.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
I Canadian Pacific Steamship Line    4  Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry    4 Winnipeg  266
Return same route. R
, X Winnipeg, Man,, and Return.
Route R 301   I Rates same as for Route R 300
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound	
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William.	
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Winnipeg	
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 * Fort William 	
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Starting Point	
R W
265
18
266
266
266
Winnipeg, Man., and Return.
Route R 302 Rates same as Route R 300
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Fort William 266
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Winnipeg 266
Return same route. R
Winnipeg, Man., and Return.
Route R 303 Rates as follows:
From   Boston $79.50    From Ottawa $73.50
St. John, N.B 94.00       44     Prescott  73.20
Quebec 80.50       44      Brockville  72.50
Montreal  75.50       44     Toronto 63.35
From London $57.65
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit  264
Wabash Rd. 44 Chicago  199
Choice of six railways 4 4 St. Paul     0
Great Northern Ry 44 Gretna     95
Canadian Pacific Ry     44 Winnipeg  186
Return same route. R
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
Winnipeg, Man,, and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From   Brockville $71.60
Toronto  61.15
London  61.15
St. Thomas 61.15
Detroit  61.15
Niagara Falls    62.80
+
Route R 304
From   Boston $80.15
St. John, N.B  94.65
Quebec  81.25
Montreal  76.25
Ottawa  74.00
Prescott  72.25
From Buffalo. $63.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound
265
I Canadian Pacific Steamship Line
Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Winnipeg  266
Canadian Pacific Ry '4 Gretna  186
Great Northern Ry 4* St. Paul,     95
Choice of six railways li Chicago     0
Wabash Rd 4< Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Starting Point .264
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
Winnipeg, Man., and Return. R W
Route R 305 Rates same as for Route R 304
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit  264
Wabash Rd 44 Chicago  199
Choice of six railways " * St. Paul  0
Great Northern Ry | Gretna  95
Canadian Pacific Ry *4 Winnipeg  186
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  266
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
X Winnipeg, Man., and Return. RW
Route R 306                                             Rates same as for Route R 304
Canadian Pacific  Ry to Owen Sound 265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Winnipeg 266
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Gretna  186
Great Northern Ry 44 St. Paul         95
Minneapolis, St. Paul & S.S. Marie Ry.. 44 Sault Ste. Marie  175
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  265
* Time Limit, 40 days. t Limited to Nov. 1st, 1895.
X Tours prefixed thus J will when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead of via
Owen Sound.
II Meals and Berths included. ki
Side Trips
TO BE USED IN CONNECTION WITH
Western  Tours
ENUMERATED HEREIN
Agassiz, B.C., to Harrison Hot Springs and Return
Route S T 200                                                                         Rate $1.00
Stage to Harrison Hot Springs	
Return same route.
This ticket can be purchased at Agassiz Station.
Fort William or Port Arthur, Ont.,- to Nepigon
and Return.
Route S T 201 W£ Rate $4.50
'Canadian Pacific Ry to Nepigon	
R
Return same route.
Golden, B.C., to Columbia Lakes and Return.
Route S T 202 Rate $6.00
Steamer 44 Duchess | to Windermere on Columbia Lakes	
Return same route.
14
R
102
R
Revelstoke, B.C., to Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, and Return.
Route S T 203 Rate $16.00
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co to Robson 214
Columbia & Kootenay Ry. & Nav. Co .... 4 4 Nelson   216
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co 44 Bonner's Ferry  284
Return same route. R
Revelstoke, B.C., to Nelson, B.C. (Kootenay Lakes),
and Return.
Route S T 204 Rate *$10.00
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co...  -to Robson  214
Columbia & Kootena? Ry. & Nav. Co 44 Nelson    216
Return same route. R
Revelstoke, B.C., to Robson, B.C., and Return.
Route S T 205 Rate *$6.00
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co to Robson	
Return same route.
214
R
Revelstoke, B.C., to Northport, Wash., and Return.
Route S T 206 Rate *$10.00
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co to Northport .  215
Return same route R
Revelstoke, B.C., to Spokane Falls, Wash.,  and Return.
Route S T 207 Rate *$18.00
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co to Northport.  215
  217
R
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry <4 Spokane Falls
Return same route.
* These rates are only applicable in connection with tickets from points Winnipeg and east thereof and from Pacific Coast points.
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147
Robson, B.C., to Nelson, B.C. (Kootenay Mining Region).
Route S T 208 Rate $4.00
Columbia & Kootenay Ry. & Nav. Co to Nelson  216
Return same route. R
Sicamous to Penticon and Return.
Route S T 209 Rate $10.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Okanagon Landing ...       14
 285
R
Canadian Pacific Ry. Steamer 44Aberdeen". 44 Penticton
Return same route.
Spokane Falls, Wash., to Banff Hot Springs, Alba.,
and Return.
Route S T 210 Rate $30.00
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry ,. .to Northport 217
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co *4 Revelstoke 215
Canadian Pacific Ry *4 Banff Hot Springs '     14
Return same route. R
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., to Mackinac Island and Return.
Route S T 211 Rate $4.00
Steamer to Mackinac Island 258
Return same route. R
Victoria, B.C., to Alaska (Sitka, etc.), and Return.
Route S T 212 Rate $95.00
||Pacific Coast Steamship Co to Sitka, Glacier Bay, etc     68
Return same route.
Meals and Berths included •
R
m Railway and Steamship Connections
.   'western tours.
SUBJECT TO CHANCE—Steamship Lines, weather permitting-.
For time of TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAINS to Pacific Coast and or
BOSTON AND MONTREAL TO ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS
EXPRESS, see Time Table Folder.
It is expected that a STEAMSHIP EXPRESS from Toronto will be put on .
some time in June, connecting at Owen Sound with through C. P. steamships
for Sault Ste Marie, Port Arthur, Fort William and beyond. Passengers
are advised to consult- Tim Table Folder for sailings from Owen Sound,
Sault Ste. Marie and Fort William.
FROM OWEN SOUND :
Canadian Pacific Express Steamships.
For Sault Ste Marie, Port Arthur and Fort William... .depart 1.00 p.m.
Mondays and Thursdays.
Great Northern Transit Co.
For Sault Ste. Marie, Georgian Bay and Manitoulin Island Ports, via
North Channel..dep. 10 35 p.m. Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
North Shore Navigation Co.
For Sault Ste. Marie, Georgian Bay and Manitoulin Island Ports (and
Mackinac Island during July and August), via North Channel	
dep. 10.35 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
FROM SAULT STE. MARIE :
- Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry See Time Table FoTder
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry See Time Table Folder
Canadian Pacific Express Steamships.
Westbound , dep. 10.00 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
Eastbound v dep. 6.00 a.m. Fridays and Mondays.
Great Northern Transit Co.
For Owen Sound dep. at daylight Thursdays, Sundays and Tuesdays.
Passengers should board steamer the night previous.
North Shore Navigation Co.
For Owen Sound dep. 4.00 a. m. Fridays and Mondays.
Passengers should board steamer the previous night.
Anchor-Line.
For Duluth and Lake Superior Ports dep. 8 00 a m. every Monday,
and commencing June 7th every alternate Friday.
For Detroit and Buffalo dep. 6.00 a.m. every Sunday, and commencing June 13th every alternate Thursday.
Lake Mich. & Lake Sup. Transportation Co (Lake Superior Div.)
For Chicago and Milwaukee, etc.. .dep. 8 00 a.m. Mondays and Fridays.
For Duluth and Lake Sup. Ports... dep. 8.00 a m. Mondays and Fridays.
Northern Steamship Co.
For Duluth from May 30th to June 20th dep. 4.00 p.m. Thursdays,
and from Jun- 23»*d dep. 4 00 p.m. Thursdays and Sundays.
For Detroit and Buffalo from June 1st to June 22nd dep. 12.00 noon
Saturdays, and from June 25th Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Steamer.
For Mackinac Island, etc dep. 6.00 a.m week days, and from June
15th to Sept. 15th, 8.00 a.m.
FROM MACKINAC ISLAND :
Lake Mich. & Lake Sup. Transportation Co (Lake Michigan Div.) Express
S.S  44 Manitou."
For Harbor Springs, Milwaukee and Chicago... .dep. 9.45 a.m. Sundays,
2.00 p m. Tuesdays, 6.15 p.m. Thursdays.
FROM FORT WILLIAM AND PORT ARTHUR :
Canadian Pacific Express Steamships.
For Siult Ste. Marie and Owen Sound dep. Fort William 7.CO a.m.
Thursdays and Sundays.
For Sault Ste. Marie  Sarnia, Courtright and Windsor from July 3rd to
Sept. 4th inclusive dep. Fort William 7-00 a m. Wednesdays.
Port Arthur, Duluth & Western Railway.
For Kakabeka Falls dep. week days.
FROM WINDSOR :
Canadian Pacific Express Steamships.
For Courtright, Sarnia, Mackinac Island, Sault Ste. Marie and Fort
William, from June 29th to August 31st inclusive dep Windsor
3 pm. Saturdays.
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WESTERN TOURS—Railway and S S. Connections        149
FROM DETROIT:
Detroit & Cleveland S. Nav. Co. from foot of Wayne Street.
For Mackinac Island i **•   »•;» a'm- Wed and Fri.
( dep. 11.00 p.m. Mon. and bat.
For Cleveland  dep. 11.00 p.m. daily.
The Sunday night trips are operated only during June, July, August and Sept.
Anchor Line*
For Mackinac Island and Sault Ste. Marie, etc., depart 11.00 a.m. every
Saturday, and commencing June 5ih every alternate Wednesday.
Northern Steamship Co.
For Sault Ste. Marie and Duluth, commencing May 29th and until June
19th  dep. 3.U0p.m. Wednesdays;
and from June 22nd.. . .dep. 3.00 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
FROM GOLDEN, B.C.:
Steamer 44 Duchess"     dep. 7 00 a.m. Tuesday.
arriving Windermtre (Columbia Lakes) 12.00 noon Wednesday, Canal
Flats 5.00 p.m., Fort Steel 5.00 p.m. Thursday. Returning, leave Fort
Steel 7.0) a.m. Friday, Canal Flats 5.00 p.m. Saturday, Windermere
6.00 a.m. Sunday.    Arrive Golden 7.00 p.m. Sunday.
During low water Steamer | Pert" will leave at 7.00 a.m. in place of
44 Duchess."
FROM AGASSIZ, B.C.:
Stage for Harrison Hot Springs dep. daily.
FROM OKANAGAN LANDING:
Steamer "Aberdeen" for Penticton. e c dep. 10 30 a.m. Mondays*
Wednesdays and Fridays. Retnrning, leave Penticton 8.00 a.m. Tues"
days, Thursdays and Saturdays.
FROM REVELSTOKE, B.C.:
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co.
Steamer for Robson dep. 1.00 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays,
arriving 4.00 p.m. same days. Returning, leave Robson 8.00 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays, arriving Revelstoke following day 2.00
p.m.     Leave Robson 6.00 p m. Tuesdays and  Fridays, arriving
Northport   a.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays, returning leave
Northport 1.00 p.m., arriving Robson 7.00 p.m. same days.
Columbia & Kootenay Ry. & Nav. Co.
Train leaves Robson for Slocan and Nelson at 4.00 p.m. Tuesday and
Friday, arriving Ne'son 6.00 p.m. Returning, leaves Nelson 6.00
p.m. Wednesday and Saturday, arriving Robson 8.00 p.m. same
days, connecting with Steamer for Revelstoke.
Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav. Co.
Steamer from Nelson to Kaslo, Ainsworth, Pilot Bay, Hendryx and Balfour dep Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
and for Bonner's Ferry Mondays and Fridays about 8.30 a.m.,
returning Tuesday and Saturday about 2.00 am. Consult current
Time Tables.
FROM VANCOUVER, B C:
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.) Steamers.
For Victoria dep. about 1.00 p.m. daily except Mondays.
On Mondays connection with Pacific Express lor Victoria is made at
New Westminster, Steamer leaving there at 1.00 p.m.
Union Steamship Co.'s Steamers.
For Nanaimo dep. 1.00 p.m. daily.
FROM VICTORIA, B.C. :
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.)
For Vancouver 2.00 a.m. daily except Monday, when
Steamer leaves same hour for New Westminster.
Steamers for Puget Sound Ports.
Dep. 8 30 p.m. daily except Monday for Port Townsend Seattle^ and
Tacoma, arriving Tacoma 4.45 a.m. Returning, leave Tacoma 8.00
a.m. daily except Monday, arriving Victoria 4.30 p.m. same day.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
For San Francisco .dep. 8.00 p.m. (at present) about every
five days.    Fer days of sailing see current Time Table Folder.
For Alaska.
Steamer 4* Queen," June 12th and 27th, July 12th and 27th, August
11th and —th.
Steamer 44City of Topeka," June 7th and 22nd, July 8th and 22nd,
Aug. 6th and 21st and Sept. —th.
FROM NEW WHATCOM, WASH. :
Train for Seattle Tacoma, etc  -dep. about 12.55 p.m. daily.
(See Folder.)
Por additional details and any chancre which may he made
during* season, see Current Time Tahle Folders.
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If Miscellaneous Tours
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To the Thousand Islands and down the St. Lawrence.
OST popular and important of the several miscellaneous
routes are those which include a portion of or the entire
trip on the St. Lawrence between Lake Ontario and the
city of Quebec. Combinations of railway and steamboat transportation are so arranged along* the river that
tourists are enabled to travel by the Canadian Pacific route from
Toronto to Kingston, and there connect with the | Mail boats '
that pass by the Thousand Islands, Brockville, Prescott, Ogdens-
burg, the various rapids, Montreal, and the Ottawa river below
the city of Ottawa is also included among the trips by steamer.
Kingston, the i4 Limestone City/' which occupies the site of"
old Fort Frontenac, one of the French outposts in early days,
contains many objects of interest, and its pleasant surroundings
make it a place where a day can be very well spent. From
Kingston numerous steamers ply daily to the American shore at
Cape Vincent, Clayton, and Alexandria Bay, and to the principa
islands.
Just below Kingston, Lake Ontario contracts into the funnel-
shaped head of the St. Lawrence, enclosing the Thousand Islands;
a vast cornucopia of picturesque islets. Between them channels
wander in every direction, some contracted and with swift,
foaming currents, and others still, deep and shadowy, forming
favorite haunts for great black bass and huge maskinonge.
The trip by steamer among these islands lasts for several
hours, always in daylight, and its scenic effects and variety of
picturesque views have made it famous. The International boundary line between Canada and the States is laid in mid-stream.
A great proportion of the larger isiands bear the handsome
summer residences of wealthy people, and at different points
grand hotels have been erected, the most popular of them being
surrounded by cottages and presenting the appearance of thriving
villages, while the snowy tents of camping and picnicing parties
are here, there and everywhere upon the smaller isles as the
fancy of their occupants dictates. All the great hotels and the
most imposing summer residences are upon the American side,
but on the Canadian side is found the most beautiful scenery, as
well as the best fishing, and the most desirable sites for camp or
cottage.
At certain centres of these transient communities are landings
for the steamers and objective points for the traveller, the first of
them being at Round Island, which lies opposite Clayton, N. Y.,
and possesses a fine hotel and quite a number of cottages. A few
miles further on, and in the very heart of the archipelago, is
Thousand Island Park, one of the most popular resorts on the
river. Approaching- the park there is a beautiful view from the
steamer, of crystal water and island after island, stretching away
as far as eye can see.
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151
Thousand Island Park on Wellesley Island began as a religious summer encampment, under the charge of a Methodist
organization. Since 1875 a large number of cottages and several
hotels have been built there, also an immense tabernacle for worship
on Sunday, and for lectures, concerts, and the instruction of
classes during week-days ; but the enjoyment of yachting, boating
and fishing divides attention with the season's instructive exercises.
At the lower end of this island is another hotel settlement named
Westminster Park, within the sphere of influence of the Presbyterian church.
A beautiful and devious run of half a dozen miles further takes
the steamer to Alexandria Bay, As a summer resort Alexandria
Bay is fairly entitled to the name of the | Saratoga of the St.
Lawrence." It is one of the most popular watering places in
America, and among its Cottage owners and regular frequenters
are many distinguished people. Its summer hotels are among the
most commodious and attractive to be found anywhere, while
private cottages and villas have sprung up on every available site,
both on the shore and on all the islands near.
From Alexandria Bay onward the steamer passes through
the most fashionable part of this island group. Residences are
elegant in style and sometimes very costly. In general the owner
of each fine house occupies the whole of an islet, to which he has
given some appropriate or fanciful name. Often this name is
painted upon a signboard which can be read from the steamer's
deck, or, upon gala evenings, when the whole community of
islands is illuminated and the water is alive with boats and yachts
decorated with colored lanterns, these titles are blazoned forth in
some device of lights legible for many miles across the reflecting
water.
The last, or most easterly of the Thousand Islands are called
the Three Sisters, on account of their resemblance and proximity
to each other, and are nearly opposite Brockville, the terminus of
the Ottawa & Brockville branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
From Brockville the branch railway alluded to runs northward
to Smith's Falls (where connection is made with the direct line to
Montreal or Toronto), and Carleton Junction, where it unites
with the main line of the Canadian Pacific ; and certain tourist
tickets read over this line to Ottawa. Another pleasant trip in
this district is between Kingston and Ottawa by the Rideau Lakes.
The steamer "James Swift" leaves Kingston every Monday and
Thursday morning during the season, calling at a number of
places along the Rideau Lakes, to Ottawa, where it arrives next
day. The start on the return journey from Ottawa is made every
Tuesday and Friday afternoon. Connection is made at Smith's
Falls and Ottawa with the trains of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
The Rideau Lakes are favorite resorts of fishermen, canoeing
and camping parties. A good stopping place is at the Rideau
Park Fish Club Hotel on Long Island.
The shortest route between Ottawa and the St. Lawrence,
however, is by the branch line to Prescott, a river-town twelve
^ailes below Brockville. Immediately opposite is the flourishing
city of Ogdensburg, N.Y. BS-f.'
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Shortly after leaving Prescott, on the voyage down the river,
the tourist gets the first inkling of running rapids in Les Gallopes,
insignificant in themselves, except as a hint of what is to come.
Rapid de Plau is next navigated, and almost immediately comes
a thrill of excitement as a turmoil of waters ahead marks the
beginning of the famous Long Sault, the longest of the rapids,
presenting a continuous descent for nine miles with a current
of twenty miles an hour. A canal eleven miles long, with seven
locks, permits the passage of the steamers on the upward trip.
There are four similar canals at other points. Going down
stream, after the first startling thrill of sliding down a water
steep, comes a feeling of excitement which never abates during
the half hour's run of the Long Sault. Like the first experience
of the arrowy rush of the toboggan, running the rapids of the St.
Lawrence produces a sensation that must be felt to be understood.
Sweeping down the Long Sault, the steamer enters Lake St.
Francis, and the passenger feels a mingling of regret and relief
that the rapids are done with for the time.    A straight run of
twenty-five miles gives ample time for a comfortable dinner and
a study of the landscape, and then comes another flying race with
the wTaters.      Passing   Coteau   du Lac, the   Coteau'rapids are
descended and we speed on to the Cedars, Split Rock and Cascade rapids.    Running the Cedars is sure to startle the novice.
At one point the boat appears to stagger and then suddenly settle
down as  though she meant to stay there, which never fails to
quicken the blood of the most callous passenger aboard.     There
is no danger in it, the pilot knows the channel perfectly and just
when the crisis seems imminent a turn of the wheel sends the boat
safely past what looked like disaster.    Sometimes passengers are
'treated to the interesting spectacle of a raft making the descent.
The hardy lumbermen take it as a matter of course, and generally
come through all right, but occasionally a wreck results.    After
running the Cascades, so called from their resemblance to a series
of short,  leaping falls, we enter the enlargement of the river,
known as Lake St. Louis, which also receives the current of the
Ottawa.    This lake is twelve miles long by nearly six wide, and
during this quiet stretch, we prepare for the crowning exploit of
the entire trip—for the next and last great obstacle is just ahead
—the far-famed Lachine rapids.    Immediately after passing the
stately steel bridge of the Canadian Pacific Railway (referred to
elsewhere) the first powerful influence is felt of the current that
plunges in foamy speed down the incline below.     One of the best
features of this   route is that the excitement steadily increases
with the journey until it culminates with the exhilarating dash
down the wild turmoil of Lachine's angry water.    Though apparently dangerous the passage is in reality perfectly safe, but the
suggestion of peril adds an additional zest to the undertaking.
T he actual running of the Lachine rapids is alone well worth the
trip, for a like experience cannot be enjoyed elsewhere ; it is a
popular amusement with citizens of Montreal.    Below the rapids
the boat glides smoothly along, passing Victoria Bridge,  and
thence onward to her wharf at Montreal.
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II.
Toronto to Ottawa,-Montreal and Quebec ; the Ottawa River.
There are several tours which take in Ottawa and Montreal
in their course, the trip from Toronto being by way of Peterboro',
Tweed, Sharbot Lake Junction, Perth and Carleton Junction to
Ottawa—a distance of about 250 miles.
From Toronto to Peterboro' the way lies through a well-
farmed country, a far-spreading succession of fields and orchards
sharing with portions of the Niagara peninsula and the rich lands
of Kent and neighboring counties, the proud title of " Garden of
Onta/io." Peterboro' is one of the best large towns in Canada,
and an excellent point from which to start upon a canoe voyage,
or a jaunt into the woods. The Otonabee River, a rapid and
pretty stream, runs through the town, and its swift current
furnishes power for many busy mills. Canoeing is a prominent
feature among the amusements of the sport-loving community,
and from Peterboro' some famous shooting grounds, a great
chain of lakes and the river Trent, some of the finest waters in
the country for black bass and maskinonge, are readily accessible.
Eastward from Peterboro' the country is comparatively
sparsely settled and rough, most of it under heavy forest, with
numerous streams and lakes—a fine territory for the rod and
rifle. Tourists leaving Toronto in the morning can reach the city
of Kingston in the afternoon by way of Tweed> from which town
the Bay of Quinte Ry. extends via Tamworth and Harrowsmith
to Kingston, traversing a very pretty country, with several lakes
and streams that afford excellent fishing. This is a pleasant
route for those desiring to go from Kingston to Montreal by
steamer through the Thousand Islands and rapids as described
elsewhere. Another and equally attractive route to Kingston is
via the Kingston and Pembroke Ry., reached at Sharbot Lake,
one of the best resorts for camping parties in the country, and a
noted place for black bass fishing, and duck and grouse shooting
in the fall. Ottawa, the capital city, is a most interesting point,
the magnificent government buildings situated upon a high bluff
overlooking the Ottawa river and the Chaudiere falls ; the
romantic walk that clings to, and in parts is hewn from the face
of the rocks ; the view of the canal and locks in operation ; the
Chaudiere falls, the immense lumber businesses, etc., etc., are all
extremely interesting, and will make a day spent rambling about
the Capital a very pleasing experience.
Leaving Ottawa to continue the journey east, the route
crosses the river within sight of the Chaudiere falls, and then
follows the north bank of the Ottawa river, affording a fine view
of the broad Ottawa valley. Near Buckingham are the pretty
falls of the Lievre, spanned by the railway bridge, and at other
points swift streams rush down from the hills, forming handsome
cataracts. These streams are all crossed by the road, and on
their upper waters excellent fishing maybe enjoyed.    At Calumet
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the rolling hills approach closely to the Ottawa river in a series of
high promontories that present a striking effect.    Calumet is the
station for Caledonia Springs, a spot greatly favored by Canadians on account of the valuable medicinal properties of the
waters.    The springs are on the south side of the river, and are |fe;»S$l|gPl?t^
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reached by taking the ferry to L'Orignal, and thence by stage
eight miles. The remainder of the run to Montreal is through a
quiet pastoral country, farm succeeding farm. At St. Martin's
Junction the line branches off for Quebec. Tourist tickets permit
of direct journey or a visit into Montreal.
From Montreal to Quebec the journey is continued down the
north shore of the St. Lawrence. At many points 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 oae 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.
Many families spend the summer at the Shawanegan Falls hotel,
a commodious, well-managed hostelry reached from Three
Rivers, or Lac a la Tortue, at which latter station the hotel conveyances meet all regular trains. At Radnor Forges, eleven
miles from Three Rivers, on a branch line, there are important
iron works, and from Radnor comes a well-known mineral water.
The remainder of the route to Quebec is through a country similar
to that already referred to.
Those desirous of a change from this all-rail pilgrimage can
enjoy a delightful variety by taking steamer at Ottawa and voyaging down the Ottawa river to the St. Lawrence, and down the
latter river to Montreal and Quebec. Going by one of the Ottawa
River Navigation Company's steamers you start early in the
morning, and as the boat swings into mid-stream, the rocky bluff
crowned by the government buildings with the boiling waters of
the Chaudiere higher up and the broad placid river below,
presents a very charming picture. The gigantic lumber yards on
each side of the river, and the Chaudiere falls and timber slides
are sure to interest a stranger, and, lower down, the lumbering
towns of Gatineau, Buckingham, Rockland, Thurso, and Papi-
neauville are passed in succession, the last named perpetuating
the name of one of the great Canadian politicians of the past. At
Montebello, and below, some of the most picturesque scenery of
that part of the country is revealed, and at noon Grenville, on
the north side of the river, is reached. At this point furious
rapids prevent the further passage of the boat, and passengers
disembark and make a half hour s run by rail to Carillon, where
a second steamer awaits them and the trip is continued. The
netft stopping places are the villages of Point Fortune and Rigaud,
in the province of Quebec, and below that is Point aux Anglais,
and then Hudson, where passengers can take the Canadian
Pacific train if required. In the same way tourists can run up to
Hudson by the Canadian Pacific and then go down the river '
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through the Lachine Rapids to Montreal. Looking across the
lake the north shore stretches away in a grand succession of lofty
hills, and directly opposite is the Indian village of Oka, at the foot
of Mount Calvary, a rounded height with several curious old
shrines upon its summit, which are visited on certain occasions
by pilgrims from far and near. A little east of it is a smaller hill,
upon which is a monastery of Trappist monks, who lead a secluded
life, finding occupation in tilling a large farm and tending their
extensive orchards. The population of Oka is principally composed of Iroquois and Algonquin Indians, remnants of those once
powerful nations.
Within a few hours ride of Montreal commences the Laurentian
Hills, the illimitable wilderness which stretches away to Hudson
Bay. In this vast region is a labyrinth of lakes and streams,
forming a perfect network of water stretches which teem with
fishes 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 opens 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, rivetrs 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
charms of this vast region are now becoming known to the lovers
of nature and of out-door life ; its healthfulness is proverbial.
The pure mountain air, laden with the balmy 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.
Leaving St. Jerome, 33 miles from Montreal, the valley of the
Riviere du Nord is followed to one of its outlets from Lac a la
Fourche. Shawbridge, 9 miles from St. Jerome, is the first
regular station, and here the train begins to enter the mountainous
district, the river bed far below, plunging rapid after rapid, and
swirling brown pools between, with a background of placid lakes
and timber covered hills and mountains beyond, an everchanging
panorama spreads itself before the traveller's view. The track
climbs slowly but surely to the heart of the higher ranges of the
Laurentians, passing in succession Piedmont 13 miles, Ste. Adele
16 miles, Ste. Margaret 21 miles from St. Jerome. Just before
reaching the latter, the line makes a double horse-shoe curve,
wending its way along the narrow mountain path. Seven or eight
miles back of Ste. Margaret are Lacs des Isles and Masson, where
excellent trout, as well as bass fishing, may be enjoyed. One mile
west of Ste. Margaret a solid rock cutting 50 feet high and 100
feet long is traversed and steadily climbing, the line rising as
much as two and one-half feet in one hundred, until finally Ste.
Agathe (1425 feet above sea level, and the highest point on the line),
31 miles from St, Jerome and 64 miles from Montreal, is reached.
About Ste. Agathe can be found these delightful spots, little wood
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girt lakes entirely encompassed by mountains in some of which
few lines have yet been cast. One, however, is not confined to
the waters about Ste. Agathe. There is good fishing all along
the line. Just beyond Ste. Agathe are Lacs Rouge and Horn,
which have not yet been largely visited, and St. Jovite and St.
Faustin have also good waters in their vicinity. The railway
terminates at Labelle, 101 miles from Montreal, on the other side
of one of the mountain ranges, and in the vicinity of which there
are a large number of lakes which are easy of access.
Close to the juncture of the Ottawa with the St. Lawrence is
the village of Ste. Anne's on the northern shore. This was once
a landing place for the Hudson's Bay Company's voyageurs, who
scoured the waters of the Upper Ottawa in quest of furs and
peltries, and it was at this point that Moore got the insight into
the life of the trapper and voyageur which prompted him to write
his musical Canadian boat song. The Canadian Pacific direct
line between Montreal and Toronto crosses the river here. A
short distance below Ste. Anne's the brown waters of the Ottawa
join the clear current of the St. Lawrence, and the eye can follow
the discolored water for a long time before it finally mingles and
is lost in the great river. A short run from the mouth of the Ottawa brings us to Lachine, where a number of people, who have
come out from Montreal to make the descent of the rapids, are
waiting, and in a few moments the steamer is making the exciting
dash already noticed. From Montreal to Quebec 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 is afforded, as the boat moves down the
stream, of Montreal, the mountain, and the great water-front, the
islands and banks of the river, and other points. The beautiful
enlargement of the St. Lawrence, known as Lake St. Peter, and
the mouth of the Jacques Cartier river, are shortly passed. The
latter stream flows from the north, and is a noted salmon river.
Here and all 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.
III.
To Niagara Falls.
To attempt to give a description of Niagara's stupendous
cataract in such a work as this would be sheer folly. Some of
the greatest word-painters have tried to portray it and signally
failed to do justice to their subject; poets have sung of it, but
the grandest flights of fancy in prose or poetry convey but a
faint idea of the majesty of the scene. At first sight some think
the falls are disappointing ; they go expecting they hardly know
what, and find a mighty torrent tumbling over a precipice of
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rock, and for a few moments feel a vague dissatisfaction, an
idea that some way the spectacle is not what it was represented
to be ; but they seldom carry that idea away.
The tourist tickets issued by the Canadian Pacific to the Falls
and return, read from Toronto by steamer across Lake Ontario
to Lewiston, N.Y., or Queenston, Ont., wharves, several miles
up the Niagara River. The steamers' wharf in Toronto is close
to the railway station, and the two hours' sail is an exceedingly
pleasant trip. At the mouth of the Niagara river the bluffs overlooking the lake and the old-fashioned village of Youngstown are
crowned by fortifications, now more picturesque than formidable.
The opposite point, on the Canadian side, is occupied by Niagara-
on-the-Lake and old Fort George. Three miles above is the
creek mouth where the Canadian troops crossed over to attack
Fort Niagara in 1812, and a little above is Vrooman's Point.
For seven miles the river winds between high wooded banks,
whose monotony is continually interrupted by some historic point,
shaky fort or old time mansion, while the bluffs are everywhere
planted with the fruit trees for which this locality is famous.
Then Queenston heights, where was fought the great battle of
the war of 1812, in which Brock lost his life, comes into sight,
and in bold relief is the columnar monument, 190 feet high, commemorating that brave officer.
New steamers of large size and great speed have been put
on the Niagara Falls route, and this favorite trip is yearly
becoming more popular since the inauguration of the new Electric
Railway, which runs along the Canadian bank of the river from
Queenston wharf past Queenston heights, skirting the river the
entire distance, passes the great Suspension and Cantilever
bridges, arid so on to and by the Falls to Chippewa, a short distance above which connection is made for Buffalo by the new
steamer "Columbian." The Niagara Falls Park and River
Railway Company has acquired and is improving the elevators to
the whirlpool and other points of interest at the river's edge, and
the cars being run on the trolley system, the disagreeable feature
to an open carriage, that of locomotive smoke, is avoided. The
cars are fitted with seats tier above tier facing the river, so that
all, passengers can see the view of this magnificent river, no part
of which is lost by those who travel on the Canadian side. The
alternative route is on the New York side by the New York
Central Railway, and is well known to all visitors to the Falls.
By taking the first morning boat from Toronto, the tourist
may have quite time enough at Niagara Falls to see all the
special features of the Cataract, the Rapids, Goat Island, the
bridges, and the villages on both sides of the Falls, and return
to Toronto the same evening 5 or he may go on to Buffalo and
Chautauqua Lake. It is to be remembered that the vicinity of
the Falls is now a public park, and no charges or tolls are collected from any sight-seer.
Thirty miles beyond the Falls is Buffalo, the largest city on
the Great Lakes except Chicago, and which ranks among the
leading centres of commerce in all America. A dozen great railroads, the Erie Canal and unlimited shipping concentrate here.
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Another new and attractive point connected with this tour is
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. Here is situated the Niagara
Assembly, or Canadian Chautauqua, the sole institution of the
kind in the province of Ontario. Niagara-on-the-Lake is, as its
name indicates, on the shore of Lake Ontario at the mouth of
Niagara river, directly opposite Toronto, thirty-eight miles distant.    Some hundred thousand dollars have been expended in
improving and beautifying the grounds, amphitheatres and hotels,
and musical and literary entertainments of a high order are furnished. During the past season- thousands of tourists have
visited the charming little town by the lake and thoroughly
enjoyed the experience. Niagara-on-the-Lake may be reached
either by the Niagara Navigation Company's steamers, or by
way of the Michigan Central Railway from Niagara Falls, a run
of fourteen miles.
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Miscellaneous Tours
To points of attraction lying between DETROIT
in the WEST and QUEBEC in the EAST.
P.O.
Abenakis Springs,
Route R 400
From   Boston $17.10
St. John, N.B    23.00
Ottawa     7.00
Prescott      7.00
Brockville      7.60
Toronto    17.00
From Fort William $45.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Sorel..,..»	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44 St. Francis du Lac
Stage 8 Abenakis Springs .
Return same route.
N.Y,
and Return.
Rates as follows :
From London $22.35
44     St. Thomas  22.75
44     Niagara Falls  19.00
44     Buffalo  19.CO
44      Detroit  25.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie  33.50
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and Return.
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $16.45
Alexandria Bay,
•Route R 401
From   St. John, N.B $30.50
Quebec    14.50
Montreal     9.50
Ottawa g     8.85
Toronto    10.35
London    16.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake .,
Kingston & Pembroke Ry ** Kingston	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co., or
Thousand Island Steamboat Co...... | Alexandria Bay
Return same route.
Niagara Falls  12.50
Buffalo  13.50
Detroit  21.50
Sault Ste. Marie  26.85
Fort William  40.85
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Alexandria Bay, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 402 Rates as follows:
From    St. John, N.B $29.25   From Montreal $8.25
"       Quebec    13.25       |      Ottawa       6.20
From Boston $18.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Brockville or Prescott     14
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44 Alexandria Bay 86 or 18
Return same route. R
Alexandria Bay, N.Y., and Return. R W
* Route R 403 Rates as follows :
From   St. John, N.B $30.50   From%Quebec $14.50
From Montreal $9.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake     14
Kingston & Pembroke Ry 4 4 Kingston     49
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co  4 4 Montreal     87
(Stop-over Alexandria Bay)
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point     14
Attean Lake (Jackman), Maine, and Return.
Route R 404
From   Montreal $ 9.80
Ottawa  14.80
Prescott  14.80
Brockville  15.40
Toronto  24.80
"       London  29.9C
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $30.30
Niagara Falls  27.05
44     Buffalo  28.00
44     Detroit  32.30
44      Sault Ste. Marie  41.30
4<      Fort William  55.30
Canadian Pacific Ry to Jackman (Attean Lake)     14
Return same route. R
* These routes may be varied from Toronto and points west thereof to read
via Bay of Quinte Ry. & Nayigation Co. between Tweed and Kingston (form
207), instead of via Kingston '& Pembroke Ry., Sharbot Lake and Kingston.
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Route R 405
From   St. John, N
Buffalo, N.Y., and Return.
Rates as follows:
B $36.00
Quebec    24.9)
Montreal    19.90
Ottawa    16.20
Prescott    14.30
From Brockville $13.65
|     London      8.90
44     St. Thomas     9.30
Detroit    14.20
Sault Ste. Marie    19.70
From Fort William $33.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Niagara Navigation Co           ... 4 4 Lewiston             62
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... 44 Buffalo  60
Return same route. R
Buffalo, N.Y., and Return. RW
Route R 406 Rates same as for Route R 405
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Niagara Navigation Co | Lewiston  62
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " Buffalo  60
Michigan Central Rd 44 Niagara-on-the-Lake  51
Niagara Navigation Co 4< Toronto  63
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  14
Buffalo, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 407 Rates same as for Route R 405
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Niagara Navigation Co 4 4 Niagara-on-the-Lake  63
Michigan Central Rd *4 Buffalo  51
Return same route. R
Buffalo, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 408 Rates same as for Route 405
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto     1*
Niagara Navigation Co ' j Queenston  287
Niagara Falls Park & River Ry 44 Chippewa  299
Richelieu & Ontario.Navigation Co | Buffalo 300
Return same route. R
Caledonia Springs, Ont., and Return.
* Rates as follows :
From Toronto $16.10
Route R 409
From   Boston $19.10
St. John, N.B  25.00
Quebec  9.00
Montreal       4.00
Ottawa  3.00
Prescott  6.35
Brockville  7.00
London  21.75
St. Thomas    22.20
Niagara Falls  18.35
Buffalo  19.30
Detroit  25.00
Sault Ste. Marie  32.60
From Fort William $46.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Calumet  14
Ferry | L'Orignal.  31
Stage a Caledonia Springs  98
Return same route. R
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Chautauqua Lake, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 410 Rates as follows :
From   St. John, N.B $38.75   From Brockville $16.40
Quebec    2765       "      London  11.65
Montreal         22.65       "     St. Thomas  12.05
Ottawa    18.95       "     Detroit  16.95
Prescott    17.05       |     Sault Ste. Marie  22.45
From Fort William $36.45
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Niagara Navigation Co | Niagara-on-the-Lake  63
Michigan Central Rd | Buffalo  51
Western, New York & Pennsylvania Rd.   . 44 Mayville  13
Chautauqua Lake Steamers          | Chautauqua  20
Return same route. R
w
Chautauqua Lake, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 411 Rates same as for Route R 410
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Niagara Navigation Co | Lewiston  62
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... g Buffalo 60
Western, New York & Pennsylvania Rd... " Mayville  13
Chautauqua Lake Steamers " Chautauqua  20
Return same route. R 162
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Route R 412
Cleveland, Ohio, and Return.
Rates as follows
From   St. John, N.B $46.00   From Prescott	
Quebec   34.00       "     Brockville	
44       Montreal    29.00       "     Toronto	
44       Ottawa   26.20       "     London	
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit	
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co " Cleveland	
Return same route.
Cleveland, Ohio, and Return.
Route R 413 Rates same as for Route R 412.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto 	
Niagara Navigation Co *i Lewiston	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Buffalo 	
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Rd u Cleveland	
Return same route.
$24.30
2365
13.20
9.70
... 264
...    28
R
14
62
60
317
R
Route R 414
Cleveland, Ohio, and Return.
Rates as follows:
From   St. John, N.B $40.70   From Ottawa $20.90
4<       Quebec   29.60       44     Prescott  19.00
I       Montreal  21.60       S     Brockville   18.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto..
Niagara Navigation Co 4' Lewiston.
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 4< Buffalo...
Transfer    	
Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co U Cleveland
Return same route.
Cleveland, Ohio, and Return.
Route R 415                                       Rates same as for Route R 414.
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Thomas
14
62
60
316
292
R
Lake Erie & Detroit River Ry " Port Stanley
Transfer	
Cleveland & Port Stanley Line *' Cleveland ...
, Return same route.
37-165 R
Route R 416
From   St. John, N.B $44.00
Quebec 30.50
44       Montreal 25.50
Ottawa 23.85
Detroit, Mich., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Prescott $22.45
"     Brockville    22.00
44      Toronto til. 00
44     London t 5.70
 264
< R
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit
Return same route.
Detroit, Mich., and Return,
R W
Rates as follows:
From Ottawa $25.20
44        Prescott 23.50
Brockville 22.90
"       Toronto  13.50
Route R 417
From   Boston $41.00
St. John, N.B 49.50
Quebec 33.50
"       Montreal 28.50
From London $13.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Niagara Navigation Co   " Niagara-on-the-Lake  63
Michigan Central Rd   44 Buffalo  51
HAnchor Line     ' Detroit  290
Canadian Pacific Ry i   " Starting Point  264
Kingsville, Ont. ("The Mettawas"), and Return.
Route R 418
From   Boston $37.40
Rates as follows :
From Prescott $22.10
44      Brockville  21.45
44     Toronto  11.00
44      London     5.60
44     Niagara Falls 11 80
Canadian Pacific Ry to Walkerville Junc     14
Lake Erie & Detroit River Ry 44 Kingsville 225
Return same route. R
St. John, N.B  43.60
Quebec  30.75
Montreal  25.75
Ottawa  24.00
|| Meals and Berths included.
t Limited to one month. MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
163
Mastigouche House, P.Q., and Return,
Route R 419
From   Boston  $22.80
St. John, N.B    23.00
Quebec     9.70
Montreal      7.70
Ottawa    12.70
Prescott    12.70
Brockville...,    13.30
Rates as follows :
From Toronto $22.70
44     London  27.80
44     St. Thomas  28.20
44     Niagara Falls  24.95
44     Buffalo  25.90
44      Detroit  30.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie  39.20
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Gabriel     14
Stage 44 Mastigouche House  116
Return same route. R
Montreal, P.O., and Return,
*Route
From
R 420
Toronto $19.75
London 24.60
St. Thomas 24.85
Niagara Falls 20.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Kingston & Pembroke Ry 44
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44
Canadian Pacific Ry 44
Ottawa River Navigation Co jj4
Canadian Pacific Ry 44
Rates as follows:
From Buffalo $20.75
44     Detroit 27.25
44     Sault Ste. Marie. 36.25
44     Fort William  50.25
Sharbot Lake  14
Kingston  41
Prescott or Brockville  87
Ottawa M  14
Montreal.  66
Starting Point  14
* Route R 421
From   Ottawa $10.20
Toronto  18.00
44       London 22.85
St. Thomas   :.. 23.10
Montreal, P.Q., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Niagara Falls $19.00
Buffalo  19.00
Detroit 25.50
Sault Ste. Marie 34.50
From Fort William $48.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake  14
Kingston & Pembroke Ry 44 Kingston  41
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44 Montreal  87
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  14
Route R 422
From
Toronto  .$18.00
London  22.85
St. Thomas  23.10
Niagara Falls 19.00
Canadian Pacific Ry
Montreal, P.Q., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Buffalo $19.00
44     Detroit  26.30
44     Sault Ste. Marie 34.50
44     Fort William 48.50
 to Toronto     14
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Montreal     92
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point    14
Montreal, P.Q
Route R 423
From   Ottawa $7.50
i       Toronto 18.00
London 22.85
St. Thomas  23.10
From Fort William  .$48.50
Canadian Pacific Ry. to Prescott	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co | Montreal.
Canadian Pacific Ry | Starting Point
and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Niagara Falls $19.00
44     Buffalo  19.00
44      Detroit  25.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 34.50
14
89
14
Montreal, P.Q.
Route R 424
From   Brockville $ 6.75
44 44    (limited 5 days)  6.25
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co...
Canadian Pacific Ry	
RW
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Prescott $ 6.05
44 44        (limited 5 days)....    5.60
 to Montreal     88
 44 Starting Point     14
Route R 425
From   Prescott $7.00
44       Brockville     7.75
Toronto  18.00
London  22.85
44       St. Thomas 23.10
Montreal, P.Q., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls $19.00
44       Buffalo   19.00
44       Detroit 25.50
44       Sault Ste. Marie 34.50
Fort William 48.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa     14
Ottawa River Navigation Co  " Montreal     66
Canadian Pacific Ry  | Starting Point ,     14
* These routes may be varied from Toronto and points west thereof to read
via Bay of Quinte Railway & Nav. Co. between Tweed and Kingston (form 207),
instead of via Kingston & Pembroke Ry., Sharbot Lake and Kmgston. When
so varied it should only be used for day trips. 161
MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
Montreal, P.Q., and Return.
Route R 426
From   St. John, N.B $21.00
44       Fredericton     19.70
St. Andrews  16.70
44       St. Stephen  16.70
From Presque Isle $22.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal	
Return same route.
Rates as follows:
From Houlton $19.20
Woodstock, N.B 19.20
44       Fort Fairfield  21.95
"       Caribou 22.40
14
R
Route R 427
Montreal, P.Q., and Return.
Rates as follows
From   Montreal $22.00
Ottawa  22.00
"       Prescott 22.00
Brockville  22.00
Toronto  22.00
London  25.85
From St. Thomas   $26.10
44     Niagara Falls 22.00
44     Buffalo 22.00
44     Detroit 26.40
44      Sault Ste Marie 38.50
44     Fort William 52.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. ... 44Lewiston 167
Niagara Navigation Co 44Toronto     62»
Canadian Pacific Ry  "Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. "Suspension Bridge  167
Michigan Central Rd "Starting Point  271
These rates are good by steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be 80 cents additional for steamer from
Toronto and 50 cents additional for steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
Route R 428
Montreal, P.Q., and Return.
Rate as follows:
From Detroit $25.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal   	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Toronto 	
Niagara Navigation Co " Niagara-on-the-Lake
Michigan Central Rd " Detroit	
14
14
63
318
Route R 429
From
Montreal, P.Q., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $25.70
44     St. Thomas 26.15
44     Niagara Falls  22.95
44     Buffalo 23.95
Quebec  $16.90
Montreal  11.90
44       Ottawa  11.90
"       Toronto  20.70
From Detroit $29.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake .
Kingston & Pembroke Ry 44 Kingston	
Steamer "James Swift"   " Ottawa	
Canadian   Pacific   Ry. or Ottawa   River
Navigation Co " Montreal	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Startin g Point
14
41
293
66
14
Route R 430
Montreal, P.Q., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From   St. John, N.B $26.50     From St
44       Fredericton   ........ 27.00       "       St,
Stephen $24.00
Andrews     24.00
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
Route R 431
Montreal, P.Q., and Return.
Rates as follows
From   St. John, N.B $30.50     From St. Andrews    $28.00
44       Fredericton 31.00       "       St. Stephen  28.00
Canadian Pacific Ry , to Montreal.     14
Canadian Pacific Ry
Boston & Maine Rd	
Concord & Montreal Rd
Boston & Maine Rd	
B©ston & Maine Rd ....
Maine Central Rd	
Newport    250
Wells River     71
Nashua Junc 245
Boston      3
Portland        10
Vanceboro     50
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point.
14
—     —     ._.... MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
165
Montreal, P.Q.,
Route R 432
From   St. John, N.B $21.fO
and Return,
Rates as follows :
From St. Stephen $21.00
St. Andrews  21.00       "       Fredericton  22.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     1£
Maine Central Rd   " Lunenburg  124'
Boston & Maine Rd   " Newport | 243
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Montreal * 250
Return same route. R
Niagara Falls, Ont., and Return,
Route R 433
From
n
Boston $27.75
St. John, N.B 36.00
Fredericton 35.00
St, Andrews 33.95
St. Stephen 33 95
McAdam Junc 33.95
Houlton 35.75
Woodstock, N. B.... 35.75
Fort Fairfield   38.50
Caribou 38.95
Rates as follows :
From Presque Isle $39.50
44       Quebec ' 24 00
Montreal  19.60
44       Ottawa  15.25
44       Prescott  13.35
Brockville 12.70
London     7.95
St. Thomas    8.35
44       Detroit  13.25
Sault Ste. Marie   18.75
From Fort William $32.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Niagara Navigation Co   " Niagara-on-the-Lake  63
Michigan Central Rd      " Niagara Falls  53
Return same route. R
Niagara Falls, Ont., and Return.
Route R 434 Rates same as for Route R 433
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto	
Niagara Navigation Co " Queenston	
Niagara Falls Park & River Ry " Niagara Falls	
Return same route.
Niagara Falls, Ont., and Return.
Route R 435 Rates same as for Route R 433
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto	
Niagara Navigation -Co | Lewiston	
New York Central & H. R. Rd 44 Niagara Falls	
Return same route.
14
287
288
R
14
62
61
R
Niagara Falls, Ont., and Return.
RW
Route R 436
From   Boston $34.10
St. John, N.B  40.00
44       Quebec  24.00
44       Montreal  19.00
Rates as follows:
From Ottawa $19.00
44      Prescott 19.00
44     Brockville 19.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie 35.50
From Fort William $49,50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Niagara Navigation Co " Niagara-on-the-Lake  63
Michigan Central Rd " Niagara Falls  53
Michigan Central Rd " Niagara-on-the-Lake  53
Niagara Navigation Co " Toronto  63
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Montreal  92
Canadian Pacific Ry | Starting Point  14
Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Return,
RW
Route R 437 Rates as follows:
From   St. John, N.B .$42.65   From St. Andrews $40.15
44       Fredericton 43 15       "     St. Stephen  40.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Niagara Navigation Co 44 Lewiston ..  62
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Albany (via Niagara Falls) ... 167
Boston & Albany Rd " Boston  132
Boston & Maine Rd | Portland  10
Maine Central Rd | Vanceboro  50,
Canadian Pacific Ry | Starting Point  14
This tour may be varied to read by Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. (form 92)
between Montreal and Toronto, if desired.
L 166
MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 438 Rates same as for Route R 437
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto .......	
Niagara Navigation Co " Niagara-on-the-Lake..
Michigan Central Rd " Niagara Falls
RW
West Shore Rd 3 Rotterdam Junc	
Fitchburg Rd. via Hoosac Tunnel " Boston (via Saratoga
14
63
53
240
239
Boston & Maine Rd
Portland     10
Maine Central Rd " Vanceboro     50
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Return,
RW
Route R 439 Rates as follows:
From   St. John, N.B $45.50   From St. Andrews $43.00
Fredericton  46.00       "     St. Stephen 43.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Niagara Navigation Co     " Lewiston  62
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " New York (via Niagara Falls) 167
Choice of Three Rail Lines *..   4 Boston  0
Boston & Maine Rd  4  Portland     10
Maine Central Rd 4t Vanceboro h  50
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  14
0 142 and 229, or 230, 231 and 232, or 233 and 234.
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River
Albany to New York  136
35 cents less.
By Fall River Line Steamers and Old Colony Rd.
New York to Boston 137 and 138
$1.00 less.
 R W	
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River
Albany to New York (136), and
Fall River Line and Old Colony Rd.
New York  .to Boston 136, 137 and 138
$1.35 less.
This tour may be varied to read by Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. (form 92)
between Montreal and Toronto, if desired.
Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Return,
Route R 440
From   St. Joljn, N.B
Fredericton ..
Rates as follows:
 $35.00    From St. Andrews $35.00
.    ...36.00       "     St. Stephen.... 35.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd " Portland     50
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston     10
Fitchburg Rd. via Hoosac Tunnel " Rotterdam Jc. (via Saratoga). 239
West Shore Rd | Niagara Falls  240
Return same route. R
North
Route R 441
From   Boston $30.15
and Return.
Bay, Ont. (Lake Nipissing),
Rates as follows :
From Montreal  $16.15
St. John, N.B 36.15       "     Ottawa  12.15
Quebec  21.15       "     Prescott       13.55
From Brockville $13.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to North Bay     14
Return same route. R
Route R 442
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
Rates as follows
R W
From   Boston $20.75
St. John, N.B  28.50
Quebec  12.50
44       Montreal     7.50
44        Toronto   18.00
44       London  22.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa .
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Prescott
From St. Thomas $23.10
44       Niagara Falls  19.00
Buffalo  19.00
44       Detroit.  25.50
Sault Ste. Marie 34.50
Fort William 48.50
     14
     14
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co      44 Montreal     89
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Starting Point     14 r
MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
Ottawa, Ont., and Return,
Route R 443
From   Boston $20.10
St. John, N.B 26.00
Quebec t 10.00
Montreal J   5.00
Prescott     7.00
Brockville     7.75
Toronto 18.00
Rates as follows :
From London $22.85
44       St. Thomas   23.10
44       Niagara Falls 19.00
Buffalo  19.00
44       Detroit  25.50
Sault Ste. Marie  34.50
44       Fort William   48.50
     14
     66
     14
Canadian Pacific Ry > •. to Ottawa	
Ottawa River Navigation Co      44 Montreal	
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point
(J One month Time Limit.)
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
RW
* Route R 444
From  Toronto $13.75
London  18.85
44       St. Thomas     19.25
Niagara Falls 16.00
Rates as follows :
From Buffalo $16.95
44       Detroit  23.85
44       Sault Ste. Marie  SO.25
44       Fort William  44.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake  14
Kingston & Pembroke Ry   " Kingston  41
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co   " Prescott  87
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Ottawa  14
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Starting Point  14
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
Route R 445 Rates same as for Route R 444
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co      " Brockville or Prescott..
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Ottawa	
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Starting Point	
RW
14
92
14
14
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
Route R 446
Boston $20.95
St. John, N.B 26.85
Quebec  10.85
Montreal     5.85
Toronto  18.00
London  22.85
Rates as follows :
From   Boston  .$20.95     From St. Thomas $23.10
44       Niagara Falls       19.00
44       Buffalo  19.00
Detroit 25.50
Sault Ste. Marie  34.50
Fort William...  48.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa 1  14
Canada Atlantic Ry    " Coteau Landing  19
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co      " Montreal  88
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Starting Point  14
(Time Limit, one month.)
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
Route R 447
From   St. John, N.B $26.00
Rates as follows :
From Houlton $23.50
44      Woodstock. N.B  23.50
44      Fort Fairfield  26.25
44      Caribou 26.70
Fredericton 24.70
St. Andrews  21.70
St. Stephen 21.70
From Presque Isle $27.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa	
Return same route.
14
R
Route R 448
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
Rates as follows
From   St. John, N.B
44       St. Andrews..
.$26.00   From St. Stephen $26.00
. 26.00       44      Fredericton 27.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro  14
Maine Central Rd 44 Lunenburg  124
Boston & Maine Rd .:.. " Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry     *4 Ottawa  14
Return same route. R
* These routes may be varied from Toronto and points west thereof to read
via Bay of Quinte Railway & Nav. Co. between Tweed and Kingston (form 207),
instead of via Kingston & Pembroke Ry., Sharbot Lake and Kingston. When
so varied it should only be used for day .trips.
I 168
MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
Route R 449
From   St. John, N.B $36.75
Boston  27.75
Quebec  21.75
Penetang, Ont., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Prescott $
44     Brockville  12.50
London     6.55
Montreal  16.75       "     St. Thomas     7.30
44       Ottawa  14.55       4<     Detroit  11.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto     14
Grand Trunk Ry. (N. & N. W. Div.) 44 Penetang     64
Return same route. R
On sale from points in Ontario until October 31st.
Prescott and Return (Through Thousand Islands).   R W**
Route R 450 Rates as follows :
From   Ottawa $13.75   From Niagara Falls $13.35
Toronto 11.10       44      Buffalo   14.30
London   16.75       4<     Detroit  21.95
St. Thomas  17.20       "     Sault Ste. Marie  27.60
From Fort William $41.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. (through
Thousand Islands) " Brockville or Prescott  92
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  14 »
From
ti
Quebec, P.Q
Route R 451
Montreal $ 5.85
Ottawa  10.00
Toronto  20.00
London  25.10
St. Thomas 25.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montrea
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.
Canadian Pacific Ry	
and Return. R W
Rates as follows :
From Niagara Falls $22.25
44     Buffalo  23.25
44     Detroit 27.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 36.50
44     Fort William ..:  50.50
     14
juebec     88
tarting Point 252
Quebec, P.Q
Route R 452
From   Toronto $23.00
London  27.55
St. Thomas 28.10
Niagara Falls 24.00
, and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Buffalo $24.00
44     Detroit  28.80
44     Sault Ste. Marie 39.50
44     Fort William   53.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto     14
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44 Montreal     92
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 4 4 Quebec     88
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  252
St. Leon Springs, P.Q.
Route R 453
From   Boston $19.00
St. John, N.B  22.00
Quebec     4.00
Montreal     3.50
Ottawa    8.50
Prescott     8.50
Brockville     9.10
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Toronto $18.50
44 London   23.60
44 St. Thomas 24.00
44 Niagara Falls  20.75
44 Buffalo  21.70
| Detroit  26.00
44 Sault Ste. Marie 35.00
From Fort William $49.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Louiseville  14
Stage | St. Leon Springs  97
Return same route. R
Thousand Island Park and Return
Rates as follows :
From Niagara Falls $12.25
44      Buffalo... .§.  13.25
Detroit  21.50
Sault Ste. Marie  26.85
* Route R 454
From   Ottawa '....$ 8.85
Toronto  10.35
London   16.00
St. Thomas  16.45
From Fort William $40.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake     14
Kingston & Pembroke Ry.. .^ 44 Kingston     41
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. or
Thousand Island Steamboat Co 44 Thousand Island Park 378
Return same route. R
* These routes may be varied from Toronto and points west thereof to read
via Bay of Quinte Railway & Nav. Co. between Tweed and Kingston (form 207),
instead of via Kingston & Pembroke Ry., Sharbot Lake and Kingston. When
so varied it should only be used for day trips. MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
169
From
tt
Toronto, Ont., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From St. Stephen $31.70
44     Houlton  34.20
44     Woodstock, N.B 34.20
44     Fort Fairfield j 36.95
Caribou ...; | 37.40
Route R 455
Quebec $23.00
Montreal 18.00
St. John, N.B 36.00
Fredericton 34.70
44       St. Andrews 31.70
From Presque Isle $37.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto....
Return same route.
14
R
Toronto, Ont
Route R 456
From   St. John, N.B	
and Return.
Rates as follows :
$36.00   From St Stephen $36.00
St. Andrews 36.00       "     Fredericton  37.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd 44 Lunenburg .-  124
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Newport 243
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Toronto 250
Return same route. R
Route R 457
Toronto, Ont., and Return.
Rates as follows
From   Boston $29.85   From Montreal $18.00
I St. John, N.B 39.00       44     Ottawa 18.00
44       Quebec 23.00       "     Prescott  18.00
From Brockville $18.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto     14
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44 Montreal     92
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
Toronto and Chicago and Return.
Route R 458 Rates as follows :
From Sault Ste. Marie*$26.65 $27.65 From Fort William *$41.65 $42.65
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line to Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Toronto  265
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Detroit 264
Wabash Rd " Chicago  199
||Lake Michigan & LakeSuperiorTrans. Co. 44 Sault Ste. Marie     43
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Starting Point  133
Toronto and Detroit and Return.    R W
Route R 459 Rates as follows :
From    Sault Ste. Marie $18.50   From Duluth $36.50
Fort William  30.50       "     St. Paul  38.50
From Minneapolis $38.50
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line to Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry " Toronto 265
Canadian Pacific Ry  / " Detroit  264
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Starting Point  133
The route from Duluth is via the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry. to
Sault Ste. Marie (115), thence as above, returning same route.
The route from St. Paul or Minneapolis is via the Great Northern Ry. (201),
St. Paul & Duluth (94), or Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Ry. to
Duluth (182), thence Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry. to Sault Ste. Marie,
thence as above, returning from Sault Ste. Marie by same route, or via Minneapolis,
St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry.; or to Sault Ste. Marie via Minneapolis, St.
Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry. (175), returning same route.
* By L. M. & L. S. T. Co's Express Steamer Manitou, on which meals and
berths are extra.
II Meals and Berths included.
I — —- "-^'
\.vrMSfrffcriWyi# Side Trips
to be used in connection with
Miscellaneous Tours
ENUMERATED HEREIN.
Brockville or Prescott to Montreal, via Ottawa,
Route S T 300
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa..
Ottawa River Navigation Co " Montreal.
Rate $4.60
14
66
Brockville or Prescott to Montreal, via Ottawa.   R W
Route S T 301 Rate $4.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa     14
Canadian Pacific Ry 4t Montreal     14
Brockville to Ottawa and Return to Prescott.   R W
Route S T 302 Rate $3.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa     14
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Prescott.     14
Brockville to Westport, Ont. (Rideau Lakes), and Return.
Route S T 303 Rate $3.00
Brockville, Westport & Sault Ste. Marie Ry. to Westport  183
Return same route. R
Buffalo to Cleveland and Return.
Route S T 304 Rate $4.00
Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co 292
Return same route. R
Calumet to Caledonia Springs and Return.
Route S T 305 , Rate $1.50
Ferry to L/Orignal  31
Stage 4 * Caledonia Springs  98
Return same route. R
LOUISEVILLE,   P.Q., TO ST.   LEON SPRINGS AND RETURN.
Route S T 306 Rate $1.00
Stage to St. Leon Springs     97
Return same route. R
Montreal to Ste. Agathe and Return.
Route S T 307 Rate $2.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ste. Agathe     14
Return same route. R
Montreal to St. Leon Springs and Return.
Route S T 308 • Rate $3.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Louiseville  14
Stage 44 St. Leon Springs  97
Return same route. R
Montreal to Prescott (via Ottawa),
Route S T 309
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Prescott	
R W
Rate $4.60
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 310 Rate $5.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa	
Return same route.
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 311 Rate $5.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa*	
Ottawa River Navigation Co    .   " Montreal	
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 312 Rate $7.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa -	
Canadian Pacific Ry*. 4' Prescott
14
14
14
R
14
66
14
14
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co
44 Montreal     89
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 313 Rate $5.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa  14
Canada Atlantic Ry ** Coteau  19
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Montreal  89
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Montreal to Quebec and Return.
Route S T 314 Rate $5.00
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co   ... to Quebec     88
 "Moi
Canadian Pacific Ry
>ntreal  252
Montreal to Quebec and Return.
Route S T 315 Rate $5.00
Canadian Pacific Ry •. to Quebec 252
Return same route. R
Montreal to Mastigouche House and Return.
Route S T 316 Rate $7.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Gabriel   14
Stage 44 Mastigouche House  116
Return same route. R
Smith's Falls to Anglers Inn and Return.
Soute"S T 317 Rate 80c.
Steamer "James Swift" to Anglers Inn	
Return same route.
Toronto to Niagara Falls and Return.
Route ST 318 Rate $2.25
Niagara Navigation Co to Queenston	
Niagara Falls Park & River Ry *4 Niagara Falls	
Return same route.
Toronto to Niagara Falls and Return.
Route S T 319 Rate $2.25
Niagara Navigation Co to Niagara-on-the-Lake ...
Michigan Central Rd *4 Niagara Falls	
Return same route.
Toronto to Niagara Falls and Return.
Route S T 320 Rate $2.25
Niagara Navigation Co to Lewiston	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Niagara Falls	
Return same route.
Toronto to Niagara-on-the-Lake and Return,
Route S T 321 Rate $1.50
Niagara Navigation Co to Niagara-on-the-Lake ...
Return same route.
293
R
287
288
R
63
53
R
62
61
R
63
R
Toronto to St. Catharines, Ont., and Return.
Route S T 322 Rate $±.75
Niagara Falls Line Steamer " Empress of India" to St. Catharines 277
Return same route. R
Walkerville Junction to Kingsville and Return,
Route S T 323 Rate 90c.
Lake Erie & Detroit River Ry to Kingsville	
Return same route.
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RAILWAY,   STEAMSHIP,   ETC.,   CONNECTIONS
Miscellaneous Tours
[(SUBJECT TO  CHANGE)
FROM NIAGARA FALLS :
New York Central & Hudson River Railroad
For Toronto dep. 7.05 a.m., 9.53 a.m., 11.15 a.m., 12.50 p.m., 4.40
p.m. and 5.55 p.m. week days.
Arr. in Toronto, via Niagara Navigation Co'y» 10.30 a.m., 1.00 p.m., 3.00
p.m., 4.20 p.m., 8.00 p.m. and 9.00 p.m.
Michigan Central Railroad
For Toronto dep. 6.59 a.m., 11.01 p.m., and4.30 p.m. week days.
FROM BUFFALO :
Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co.
For Cleveland dep. 7.30 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) daily.
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FROM CLEVELAND :
Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co.
For Buffalo dep. 6.00 p.m. (Central Standard Time), daily.
FROM DETROIT :
Canadian Pacific Railway \
For Toronto See Time Table Folder.
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Navigation Company
For Cleveland dep. 11.00 p.m. daily.
The Sunday night trips are operated only during June, July, August and
September.
FROM TORONTO:
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company, Yonge St. Wharf
For Thousand Islands and Montreal dep. 2.00 p.m. daily.
• except Sunday.
Niagara Navigation Company, Yonge St. Wharf
For Niagara Falls, Buffalo, etc dep. 7.00 a.m., 9.00 a.m.,
11.00 a.m., 2.00 p.m., 3.30 p.m. and 4.45 p.m. week days.
Hamilton Steamboat Co'y> Yonge St. Wharf
For Hamilton dep. 7.30 a.m., 11.00 a.m., 2.00 p.m., and 5.15 p.m.
Niagara Falls Line Steamer " Empress of India."
For St. Catharines and Niagara Falls dep. 7.40 a.m., 3.20 p.m.
week days.   Commencing June 8th.
FROM HAMILTON :
Hamilton Steamboat Company
For Toronto dep. 7.45 a.m., 10.30 a.m., 2.15 p.m. and 5.30 p.m.
FROM KINGSTON :
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company
For Thousand Islands & Montreal dep. 5.00 a.m. daily.
St. Lawrence River Steamboat Company
For Cape Vincent dep. 5.00 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. week days.
Thousand Island Steamboat Company
For Clayton,  Round Island,  Thousand Island   Park and Alexandria
Bay dep 3.15 p.m. week days.
FROM BROCKVILLE :
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company
For East dep. 8.15 a.m. daily.
For West dep. 8.30 a.m. daily except Monday.
FROM PRESCOTT :
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company
For Montreal     dep. 9.15 a.m. daily.
For West dep. 7.30 a.m. daily except Monday.
FROM OGDENSBURG :
Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg Railroad
For Niagara Falls dep. 12.05 p.m. week days.
For New York dep.   3.40 p.m. week days.
FROM OTTAWA :
Ottawa River Navigation Company
For Montreal dep. 7.30 a.m. week days.
FROM CALUMET:
Ferry to L'Orignal, thence Stage
To Caledonia Springs dep. 10.48 a.m. and 8.30 p.m. week days.
on arrival of trains.
FROM ST. GABRIEL :
Stage to Mastigouche House Stage each morning:.
FROM LOUISEVILLE :
Stage to St. Leon Springs dep. on arrival of all day trains.
FROM MONTREAL :
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company
For Quebec  7.00 p.m. week days.
For additional details and any change which may he made
during4 season see current Time Table Folders. j|::0 Tours
To the Orient, the Antipodes and
Around the World.
NUMEROUS and diversified as are the pleasure routes
already described in these pages they do not by any means
include or exhaust all that are offered by the Canadian
Pacific Railway Co. Those who desire a more pretentious
trip—to Japan and China, or the Hawaiian and Fijian Islands,
Australasia, or around the world—are enabled to visit those distant countries or tp circle the globe at moderate expense, and, so
complete are the arrangements, with the same ease and comfort
experienced on an ordinary holiday outing.
A trip to Japan and China is now one of the easiest and it is
the most delightful tour, and a month, or better still, two months,
can be most enjoyably spent in the Celestial Kingdom and the
Land of the Mikado. One of the great White Empresses of the
Canadian Pacific—which for speed, comfort and luxurious appoint"
ments are unrivalled on the Pacific—leaves Vancouver every
three weeks, and, by taking the shortest route, Yokohama is
reached in about twelve days. Here the tourist finds himself
amidst the refinements of European civilization, and in the chief
city of the most attractive eastern country. From Yokohama he
can reach, by rail or steamboat, all the principal cities of Japan.
Tokio, Nikko, Kioto and Nagasaki can be visited with comfort;
the sacred mountain Fujiyama can be ascended, under the care
of experienced guides. Steamers ply on the Inland Sea, and the
country round about each of the cities can be traversed in the
ubiquitous jinrikisha at a moderate expense. From Nagasaki the
tourist may proceed to Woosung, and up the Yang-tse-Kiang
river to Shanghai, the great commercial centre of North China,
and to Hankow, the chief tea mart of the Empire, passing Nankin
en route ; and from Shanghai connecting steamers run to Tien-
Tsin, the port of Pekin, and other northern Chinese ports ; and
southerly to the British island of Hong Kong, from which steamers
ply regularly to Macao, an old Portugese settlement, and Canton,
perhaps the most interesting of all Chinese cities. There are so
many delightful experiences afforded by a trip to China and Japan
as to preclude more than passing mention in these pages, but so
much has been written of these countries that the traveller cannot be at a loss for guidance. | Westward to the Far East," a
guide to the principal cities of Japan and China, issued gratuitously by the C.P.R.* Co., and "Murray's Guide to Japan" will be
found valuable pocket companions.
Another charming trip is to the Hawaiian or Fijian Islands,
or Australia, which may be reached direct from Vancouver by the
magnificent steamships of the new Canadian-Australian line. The
passage of the southern seas is a proverbially delightful voyage,
and in the romantic history of the Pacific Ocean the Hawaiian
Islands furnish an interesting chapter. Not only are they inseparably associated with the name of the great navigator, Cook, the cultivated portions of the country amongst a race of natives
always interesting and in many respects superior to those of more
southern groups. Steamers run regularly from Honolulu to the
Volcano and all the other principal points of interest in the neighboring islands, the round trip occupying ten  days.    There is a TOURSTO THE ORIENT r AND THE ANTIPODES
choice of two routes, on each of which tri-monthly trips are made—
one being by Maui and around the northern coast of Hawaii to
Hilo, and the other along Maui and southern coast of Hawaii to
Punaluu, and these may be extended at very littte increase of expense or time. A tourist who is continuing his journey, and
whose stay is necessarily limited, can find time and opportunity
for several short tours of absorbing interest about Honolulu ; and,
if one intends returning by the next steamer, he has eight days to
explore the wonders of these sub-tropical isles.
To Suva, Fiji, is about seven or eight days' sail from Honolulu, and from this chief city of the Fijian Archipelago, numerous
trips are available to the interior of Vita Levu and to the adjacent
islands. Fiji possesses many curious sights; th§ climate is
delightful, and the scenery is picturesque.
It is a six days' sail from Suva to Sydney, Australia, in many
respects the principal city of the Southern Hemisphere, and not
only distinguished for the beauty of its location—its harbor being
considered one of the finest in the world—but as the chief commercial metropolis, being a great steamship and railway centre.
From here all parts of Australasia can be readily reached :
Tasmania, across Bass' Straits, New Zealand, the most interesting
of the Australasian group, and the cities of the island continent.
At Sydney the tourist sees the first evidences of the marvellous
growth of trade and civilization that has distinguished the Antipodean Colonies of Great Britain. John Bull in the tropics;
living and bustling, under the Southern Cross, with a steady
determination to keep as much of England about him as he can.
The voyage from Vancouver occupies about 21 days—there being
monthly sailings in each direction. There is a choice of routes to
return—by Vancouver direct, or by China and Japan and Vancouver, or the voyage may be continued -via India and Egypt, or
Brazil, as mentioned in the " Round the World Trip." | Across,
Canada to Australia," issued by the Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
for free distribution,  contains  useful  information for the tourist.
A still more pretentious trip—and one that is popularizing
itself wonderfully—is "Around the World," for which a whole year
is allowed ; and the tourist may, by nearly all the routes, start to
travel either east or west, and can begin and end his journey at
any one point on the route. Starting from Liverpool or South-
ampton (assuming that he purposes travelling westward) he can
choose from a number of the first-class steamship lines and can
land at Halifax, Montreal or Quebec, New York, Boston or Port-
land, according to the destination of the vessel he selects. By
coming direct to Montreal or Quebec, he will find the passage of
the St. Lawrence not the least attractive part of his tour by this
route. During the last two days of his Atlantic voyage he will
pass by scenes of historical interest, and witness a panorama of
great scenic beauty. Both Quebec and Montreal will well repay
a day or two inspection, the one full of mementoes of the early
wars in Canada, the latter, as an evidence of the business and
growing importance of the commerce of the Dominion. In crossing the American continent either by the all-rail route, or sailing
up the great lakes in the magnificent steamships of the Company,
the broad prairies of the Canadian Northwest are traversed, and
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the mighty Rockies and succeeding ranges are crossed through the
grandest bf picturesque surroundings. At Vancouver, the round-
the-world tourist embarks on one of the Canadian Pacific's unrivalled steamships, and crosses the Pacific to Yokohama. After
leisurely visiting the many curious and interesting spots in Japan—
the temples of Nikko, the antiquities of Kioto, the bazaars of Osaka,
and the sacred mount of Fujiyama—from Nagasaki he sails across
the great Inland Sea, and explores the quaint and strange cities of
China—Shanghai, Hankow, Pekin, Canton, Nankin, etc., etc.—
and then proceeds to Hong Korig, where a steamer of the Peninl
sular & Oriental Co. is taken to Singapore, Penang and Colombo,
each of which has its own marked peculiarities, and should be
visited. At Colombo the choice is offered the round-the-world
^ourist of continuing by the same steamer to Bombay, of taking
another steamer home via the Red Sea, or, if he desires to visit
India, he can change to the steamer for Calcutta, and proceed
thence by rail via Cawnpore, Lucknow, Agra, Delhi, and other
celebrated places of the great British Empire in the east, till
Bombay is reached by rail. Guide books, containing all information and useful directions, as well as native servants, can be
procured at Calcutta.
From Bombay or Colombo the route lies across the Indian
Ocean to Aden, thence up the Red Sea to Ismalia, where tourists
desiring to visit Cairo, Alexandria apd the Nile disembark. From
October till May is the season for touring in Egypt, after which
the weather becomes warmer than is agreeable to the majority of
Europeans. > From Ismalia the tourist has a choice of several
routes through the Mediterranean by the Straits of Gibraltar, or
he can go via Brindisi or Marseilles, taking in such of the cities
of Europe as he may desire to see.
At Hong Kong, the tourist desiring to include Australia in
his journey can take the China Navigation or the Eastern and
Australian Navigation Company's steamers via Singapore and
Torres Strait to Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, and
from that port, Melbourne, or Adelaide, continue his journey by
the P. & O. Company's steamer to Colombo, from which the
route is continued as before described.
Australia can also be reached direct via Vancouver, Honolulu
and Suva, Fiji; and the journey either continued by way of Ceylon and Suez, or by Cape Horn, Rio Janeiro and Teneriffe to
London ; or the outward voyage can be made from London via
Teneriffe and Cape of Good Hope to Hobart, Tasmania, and
thence to Sydney, and continued by the Canadian-Australian route
to Vancouver direct, or via China and Japan and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line, thence C.P.R. and Atlantic lines to Europe.
The globe can easily be circled in ten weeks, but the tourist
is only limited to one year to complete his journey, giving ample
tirpe to explore the many countries visited, to see everything that
is worth seeing, and to familiarize himself with the customs and
manners of the different nations of the world. He will be able to
procure interesting guide books to every land, and "Round the
World," issued free by the Canadian Pacific Railway Co., will
furnish valuable information regarding their various round-the-
world trips.
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177
Hong Kong and Return.
Route R 500
From
New York $472.50
Boston  469.00
Montreal 462.50
Quebec 467.50
Toronto  448.00
Detroit 448.00
Rates as follows :
From Chicago $437.50
44     St. Paul 417.50
"     Winnipeg 417.50
44     San Francisco 337.50
"     Portland, Ore 337.50
"     Victoria, B. C 337.50
From Vancouver, B.C
$337.50
Canadian Pacific Ry   to Vancouver
From Vancouver, Canadian-Pacific Steamships to Hong Kong
Return same route.
Time Limit, four months from date of embarkation at Vancouver till date of
embarkation at Hong Kong or intermediate port, on C. P. Steamships for
return continuous passage to Vancouver, B. C. For twelve months' Time Limit,
$56.25 extra.    Stop-overs allowed at Yokohama and Shanghai within time limit.
Shanghai, China, and Return.
Route R 501 Rates and Limits same as for Route R 500
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vancouver
From Vancouver, Canadian Pacific Steamships to Shanghai, China
Return same route.
Stop-over allowed at Japanese ports of call within time limit of ticket.
Sydney, N. S. W., and Return
Route R 502
From
New York $435.00
Boston 431.50
Montreal  425.00
Quebec 430.00
Toronto  410.50
Detroit  410.50
Rates as follows :
From Chicago $400.00
44     St. Paul 380.00
|     Winnipeg 380.00
%      San Francisco 300.00
|     Portland, Ore 300.00
|     Victoria, B. C 300.00
From Vancouver, B.C
$300.00
Canadian Pacific Ry   to Vancouver
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line to Sydney
Return same route.
Time Limit, six months from date of embarkation at Vancouver till date of
embarkation for return at Sydney.
Sydney, N. S. W., and Return,
Route R 503
Rates as follows
From   New York $625.00    From Chicago  $590.00
Boston. 621.50
Montreal 615.00
Quebec  620.00
Toronto 600.50
Detroit  600.50
St. Paul  570.00
Winnipeg.  570.00
San Francisco  490.00
Portland, Ore  490.00
Victoria, B. C  490.00
From Vancouver, B C $490.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vancouver
From Vancouver, Canadian Pacific Steamships . to Hong Kong
Eastern and Australian Steamship Line or China Navigation Co to Sydney
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line or vice versa to Vancouver
Canadian Pacific Ry to Starting Point
Yokohama, Japan, and Return.
Route R 504
From   New York $435.00
Boston 431.50
Montreal 425.00
Quebec 430.00
Toronto  410.50
. "       Detroit 410.50
Rates as follows :
From Chicago .. .t $400.00
|     St. Paul  380.00
44     Winnipeg  380.00
|     San Francisco  300.00
"     Portland, Ore  300.00
'$     Victoria, B.C  300.00
 $300.00
From Vancouver, B.C	
Canadian Pacific Ry \ M 111 Vanc?uver
From Vancouver, Canadian Pacific Steamships to Yokohama, Japan
Return same route.
Time Limit four months from date of embarkation at Vancouver till date of
embarkation for return at Yokohama.    For twelve months'Time  Limit, $50.00
extra.
e5
'^i Around the World
BY THE-
Canadian Pacific Railway
THE success of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's globe-circling
excursions has been so marked that the Company has arranged not only
to continue them, but with its growing system and ever-increasing connections,
to offer the travelling public additional privileges and new and attractive routes.
Tickets for the tours hereinafter described, can be obtained at the rates
named, and numerous variations and side trips may be made either free of
charge or at slight additional cost.
Sterling payment, as named, or its equivalent, will be required in all countries
except on the American Continent, where gold, as named, or its equivalent, must
be paid.
Twelve months will be allowed as the time during which the tickets may be
used, and stop-over privileges will be given at all points of interest.
The tickets are first-class throughout, and include meals and berths on ocean
and Canadian Pacific Lake Steamships—Owen Sound or Windsor and Port
Arthur,—but not on railwaj's or other steamers. Tickets for meals and sleeping
car berths on the Canadian Pacific Railway, when travelling between the
Atlantic and Pacific Oceans via their main line and Toronto or Montreal, can be
obtained by holders of Round the-World Tickets for £6, or 330 gold.
Canadian Pacific Railway meal coupons will be good for meals only while in
transit, and will not be received in payment for additional meals or rooms while
stopping over at hotels. To provide for ,various routes which are different in
time, etc., more coupons than are generally required are supplied, and the Company Arill not, thererore, refund on ucused coupons, at end of journey, but expect
them to be returned to the Company.
The routes as detailed herein for convenience read from and to London, Eng.,
but the rates quoted will app'y from any intermediate point, except that passengers
commencing the journey at Rio de Janeiro will be charged £\6 13s. extra, and the
journey, with its numerous variations, unless when otherwise stated, can be
arranged in either direction at option of passenger when tickets are purchased.
In all cases return to the starting point of ticket is included.
ROUTE 1—.£125, or $610 GOLD.
Railway, London to Liverpool or Southampton.
*Choidb of Transatlantic Steamship Lines, Liverpool or Southampton to
Quebec, Montreal, Halifax, Boston or N ew York.
Canadian Pacific Railway, direct route from Quebec, Montreal or Halifax, or
direct rail lines from New York or Boston to Montreal, thence Canadian Pacific
Railway to Vancouver.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Royal Mail Steamship Line, Vancouver
to Yokohama, Kobe, Nagasaki, Shanghai and Hong Kong.
Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company's^ Steamship Line, Hong;
Kong to Singapore, Penang. Colombo, Aden, Ismailia, Port Said, Brindisi,
Malta and London, or Port Said, Marseilles and London.
' ROUTE 2—.£125, or $610 GOLD.
Railway, London to Liverpool or Southampton.
* Choice of Transatlantic Steamship Lines, Liverpool or Southampton to
Quebec, Montreal, Halifax, Boston or New York.
Canadian Pacific Railway direct route from Quebec, Montreal or Halifax, or
direct rail lines from Boston or New York to Montreal, thence Canadian Pacific
Railway to Vancouver.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line, Vancouver to Honolulu, H. I., Suva,
Fiji, and Sydney, Australia.
Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company's Steamship Line, Sydney
to Melbourne, Adelaide, King George's Sound, Colombo, Aden, Ismailia, Port
Said, Brindisi, Malta and London, or Port Said, Marseilles and L ondon.
ROUTE 3-^6155, or $765 GOLD.
(Combination of Routes 1 and 2).
Route 1, London to Hong Kong, or Route 2, London to Sydney, China
Navigation Company's or Eastern & Australian Steamship Company's Steamships, Hong Kong to Sydney, Australia, or vice-ver sa, through Torres Straits.
Route 1, Hong Kong to London, or Route 2, Sydney to London.
• SEE NOTE ON  PAGE 180.
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ROUTE 4-c£125, or $610 GOLD.
(This route is not reversible).
Railway, London to Liverpool or Southampton
* Choice of Transatlantic Steamship Lines, Liverpool or Southampton to
Quebec, Montreal, Halifax, Boston or New York.
Canadian Pacific Railway direct route from Quebec, Montreal or Halifax, or
direct rail lines from Boston or New York to Montreal, thence Canadian Pacific
Railway to Vancouver.
. Canadian-Australian Steamship Line to Sydney.
Connecting Steamer to Hobart, Tasmania, or Wellington, N. Z.
Shaw Savill & Albion Company's (Limited) Steamships via Cape Horn, Rio
de Janeiro and Teneriffe to Plymouth.
Railway or Steamship to London.
ROUTE 5-oS155, or $755 GOLD.
(This route is not reversible.)
Railway, London to Liverpool or Southampton.
* Choice of Transatlantic Steamship Lines, Liverpool or Southampton to
Quebec, Montreal, Halifax, Boston or New York.
Canadian Pacific Railway direct route from Quebec, Montreal or Halifax, or
direct rail lines from Boston or New York to Montreal, thence Canadian Pacific
Railway to Vancouver.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Royal Mail Steamship Line Vancouver
to Yokohama, Kobe, Nagasaki, Shanghai and Hong Kong.
China Navigation Company's, or Eastern & Australian Steamship Company's
Steamships, to Sydney, Australia, via Torres Straits.
Connecting Steamer to Hobart, Tasmania, or Wellington, N. Z.
Shaw Savill & Albion Company's (Limited) Steamships via Cape Horn, Rio
de Janeiro and Teneriffe to Plymouth.
Railway or Steamships to London.
ROUTE 6-<£125, or $610 GOLD.    »
(This route is not reversible.)
Railway or Shaw Savill & Albion Company's (Limited) Steamships, London
to Plymouth.
Shaw Savill & Albion Company's (Limited) Steamships via Teneriffe and
Cape Town to Hobart, Tasmania.
Connecting Steamer to Sydney, Australia.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line to Suva, Fiji, Honolulu and Vancouver.
Canadian Pacific Railway direct route to Montreal, Quebec or Halifax, or to
Boston or New York via Montreal and direct lines.
* Choice of Transatlantic Steamship Lines to Liverpool or Southampton.
Railway to London.
fll       ROUTE 7—£155, or $755 GOLD.
(This route is not reversible.)
Railway or Shaw Savill & Albion Company's (Limited) Steamships, London
to Plymouth.
Shaw Savill & Albion Company's (Limited) Steamships via Teneriffe and
Cape Town to Hobart, Tasmania.
Connecting Steamer to Sydney, Australia.
China Navigation Company's or Eastern & Australian Steamship Company's
Steamships to Hong Kong.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Royal Mail*Steamship Line via Shanghai, Nagasaki, Kobe and Yokohama to Vancouver.
Canadian Pacific Railway direct route to Montreal, Quebec or Halifax, or to
Boston or New York via Montreal and direct lines.
* Choice of Transatlantic Steamship Lines to Liverpool or Southampton.
Railway to London.
VARIATIONS "WITHOUT CHARGE.
The following variations in route in either direction will be allowed without
extra charge, provided application for same is made at time of purchase of ticket
or at the offices of the Canadian Pacific Railway at London, Eng., Liverpool,
Eng , New York, Montreal, Vancouver, Yokohama or Hong Kong, at the office
of the Canadian-Australian Line in Sydney, at the offices of the Peninsular &
Oriental Steam Navigation Company at London, Eng., Hong Kong or Sydney,
or at the offices of the Shaw Savill & Albion Company (Limited) at London,
Hobart or Wellington,
From New York to Vancouver, via direct line to Niagara Falls, Toronto,
North Bay and Fort William.
From Montreal to Vancouver, via C. P. Railway to Toronto, North Bay and
Fort William.
From New York to Vancouver, in summer (May 15th to October 31st,) via
direct line to Niagara Falls, Toronto and Owen Sound, thence C. P. Lake Steamship Line to Fort William.
From Montreal to Vancouver, in summer, via C. P. Ry. Toronto, Owen
Sound and C. P. Lake Steamship Line to Fort William.
From Montreal to Vancouver, in summer, via C. P. Ry. to Sault Ste. Marie
and C. P. Lake Steamship Line to Fort William.
From Montreal or Toronto to Vancouver, via North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie,
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Moose Jaw (Soo-Pacific Route).
•SEE NOTE ON PAGE 180.
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From Montreal or Toronto to Vancouver, 15th May to 31st October, via
Owen Spund and C.P. Lake Steamship Line to Sault Ste. Marie, thence rail via
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Moose Jaw (Soo-Pacific Route).
Vancouver to Yokohama, via Can. Pac. Nav. Co's Steamers to Victoria, B.C.,
thence Can. Pac. Royal Mail Steamships.
Vancouver to Sydney, via Can. Pac. Nav. Co's Steamers to Victoria, B.C.,
thence Canadian-Australian Steamships.
Peninsular & Oriental Steamers from Yokohama, Kobe, Nagasaki or Shanghai to Hong Kong, instead of C. P. Ry. Co's Steamships.
Peninsular & Oriental Steamers from Colombo to Aden, via Bombay instead
of direct.
VARIATIONS ON EXTRA PAYMENT.
The following variations in route in either direction will be allowed on pay-,
ment of the additional amounts herein stated, at time of purchase of tickets, or
on application to agent of the C. P. Ry. at London, Eng , New York, Montreal,
Vancouver, Hong Kong or Sydney, or agent of P. & O. S. N. Co. at London,
Colombo, Hong Kong or Sydney, when variation is arranged.
From Atlantic Port of Landing to Vancouver, via direct rail lines to Chicago,
St. Paul and Moose Jaw (Soo-Pacific Route) £2, or $10.00 gold.
From Atlantic Port or Landing to Vancouver, via direct rail lines to Chicago,
St. Paul and Winnipeg, £3. or $15.00 gold.
From Atlantic Port of Landing to Vancouver, via direct lines to North Bay,
Sault Ste. Marie, St. Paul and Winnipeg, £1, or $5.00 gold.
Note.—If passenger provides his own passage between Atlantic Port of Landing and Vancouver or Victoria, an allowance of £10 6s, or $50.00, will be made.
Toronto to Montreal, via ot. Lawrence River and Rapids, meals and berths
extra, £113s, or $8.00.
From Colombo to Aden, via Peninsular & Oriental Steamships to Calcutta,
thence railway direct, via Jubbulpore to Bombay, thence Peninsular & Oriental
Steam Navigation Company's Steamers, £1, or $34.10 gold.
From Colombo to Aden, via Peninsular & Oriental Steamships to Calcutta,
thence railway, via Northwest Provinces, Jeypoor, Delhi, Agra, Cawnpore,
Lucknow and Benares to Bombay, thence Peninsular & Oriental Steamers, £9,
or $43.80 gold.
From Sydney by rail to Melbourne, £2 14s Od, or $13.15 gold; to Adelaide,
£5 4s Od, or $25.30 gold. These rates can be obtained only on presentation at
railway ticket office of certificate from purser of steamship.
From Sydney to Auckland, N.Z., and return, £10, or $48.70 gold.
From Brindsi to London, by overland route (including sleeping car on rail
journey) £11 14s 3d, or $57.00 gold.
Note—If passenger provides for his own transit, Brindisi to London, an
allowance of £5, or $24.30, will be made.
If passenger provides his own Transatlantic passage, allowance of £10 6s,
or $50.00, will be made.
Should passengers desire to arrange other variations in the route they are
requested to communicate with the agents of the Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
TICKET CONDITIONS.
The following are the conditions on which the tickets will be issued :—
That they will not be transferred.
That if redemption is required in whole or in part, same will be made on return
of unused portion of tickets less the regular fare for the distance used and 5 per
cent, on the balance of the amount paid.
That they will be good for passage within twelve months from date of issue.
That they will be used in the direction in whicn issued.
That they will include meals and berths on ocean steamships and on Canadian
Pacific Lake Steamships between Owen Sound or Windsor and Fort William but
not on railways or other steamers.
That they will admit of stop-over at any steamship port of call or any point
on the Canadian Pacific Railway or points of interest on Indian railways.
In other respects the regular rules of the various companies interested will
aPply> ana< passages are issued only on the conditions stated in the passage
tickets and hand books.
BAGGAGE.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company will, on its railway and steamship
lines, allow 350 pounds of baggage free for each adult ticket ; proportionately for
half and quarter fares.
The same allowance will be made on Canadian-Australian, Peninsular &
Oriental and Shaw Savill & Albion Steamships.
The Transatlantic Steamship Lines will allow 20 cubic feet measurement.
All in excess of these weights will be charged for at regular rates.
The free baggage allowance on the English and Indian railways is only 112
pounds. Across European continent, Brindisi to London, the French railways
allow only 56 pounds free. The Italian railways make no free allowance, charging about 4s 4d per 20 pounds on all baggage.
Baggage for steamship cabins should not exceed 3 feet in length, 1 foot
9 inches in width, and 1 foot 3 inches in depth.
All baggage should be marked with owner's name and address in paint.
All baggage is entirely at owner's risk unless insured.
Globe-circling passengers are recommended to procure a copy of our Round-
the-World Folder for further information.
* TRANSATLANTIC STEAMERS.—The best of the Transatlantic Steamers,
with a few exceptions, being available for travellers on this Around-the-World
trip, and a passenger being at liberty to select for himself, he cannot fail to satisfy
himself from amongst the ocean palaces. r-
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
Montreal and Quebec.
Montreal and Boston, via Montreal & Boston Air Une.
Montreal and Old Orchard Beach, via White Mountains and
Portland.
Montreal and Halifax, U.S., via C. P. R. Short Line and St.
John, N.B.
Montreal and Toronto.
Montreal and Vancouver via Fort William.
Boston and St. Paul via Montreal and Sault Ste. Marie.
Ottawa & Toronto via Smiths Falls.
St. Paul and Seattle, Wash.
Toronto and North Bay via G. T. Ry.
Toronto and Old Orchard Beach via Montreal, White Mountains and Portland.
X Montreal and Chicago via Toronto, Detroit and Wabash Railroad.
X Toronto and Chicago via Detroit.
t St. Paul and Winnipeg1 via Great Northern Railway and Gretna.
Parlor Car Service
Montreal and Quebec.
Montreal and Ottawa,
Montreal and Boston.
Montreal and Portland via White Mountains.
Montreal and Toronto.
Toronto and Owen Sound on S.S. Express.
(service in both directions)
t Cars owned by Sleeping Car Companies, not C.P.R.
X Some of 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.
Bangor and Boston	
Boston and Montreal	
Boston and Sault Ste.
Marie	
Boston and St.PaulyMinn.
Boston and Chicago  >
Boston and Duluth	
Boston and Vancouver...
Chicag'o and St.PaulvMinn
Fort William and Banff
Hot Spring's	
Fort William and Van
couver 	
Montreal and Boston—
Montreal and Portland..
Montreal and Old Orchard 	
Montreal and St. Andrews, N.B	
Montreal and St. John,
N.B	
Montreal and Halifax.
N.S	
Montreal and Toronto...
Montreal and Detroit —
Montreal and Chicago ...
Montreal and Sault Ste.
Marie ..-. i	
Montreal and St. Paul,
Minn	
Montreal and Duluth.
Montreal and Pt. Arthur
$2 00
2 00
2 00
5 00
7 00
5 50
7 00
20 50
2 00
9 00
15 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 50
2.50
4 00
2 00
3 50
5 00
4 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
Montreal and Fort William 	
Montreal and Winnipeg*..
Montreal and Banff Hot
Springs:".  jl	
Montreal and Vancouver  ||. '.\....:
New York and Montreal..
Ottawa and Toronto	
Ottawa and Vancouver...
Pt.  Arthur  and   Banff
Hot Springs   — .^...
Pt. Arthur and Vancouver 	
Quebec and Montreal	
Toronto and Portland,
Me	
Toronto and Old Orchard
Toronto and Chicago	
Toronto and Detroit	
Toronto and Pt. Arthur..
Toronto and Fort William 	
Toronto and St. Andrews,
N.B	
Toronto and St. John,
N.B	
Toronto and Halifax, N.S.
Toronto and Winnipeg ...
Toronto and Vancouver..
St. Paul and Winnipeg*...
St. Paul and Vancouver..
Winnipeg1 and Vancouver
$6 00
8 00
14 00
20 00
2 OO
2 OO
20 00
9 00
15 00
1 50
3 00
3 00
3 00
2 OO
6 00
6 00
4 50
4 50
6 OO
8 00
18 50
3 00
13 50
12 00
"A FOR ONE SEAT IN PARLOR OAR
BETWEEN
Quebec and Montreal...
Montreal and Ottawa, i
Montreal and Toronto..
Toronto  and Owen
Sound	
$
75
50
1.00
50
Toronto and London—$    50
Toronto and Detroit —   1.00
Montreal and Boston...   1.50
Montreal and Portland,
Me    1.50
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 Rooms, between three and four times the berth rate.
Two persons in same party, 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 accommodation on application to
them. |
Toronto W. R. Callaway, Dist. Pass. Agent, 1 King St. East.
n Montreal W. F. Egg, 129 St. James Street.
n Ottawa J. E. Parker, 42 Sparks Street.
n Quebec Geo. Duncan, 4 Fabrique Street.
Boston	
n St. John, N.B
Halifax, N.S..
Old Orchard
Beach, Me..
Portland, Me.
Detroit, Mich
Chicago, 111..
. G. A. Titcomb, 197 Washington Street.
.C. E. McPherson, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., Chubbs Corner,
.C. S. Philps, 126 Hollis Street.
►•Ticket Agent, Boston*& Maine Station.
Ticket Agent, Maine Central Station.
C. Sheehy, District Passenger Agent, 11 Fort St. West.
Ticket Agent of the Wabash Railroad.
ln'^fJ^^«n'lTicket ASent of the Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste
m££H    .'.. j    Marie Ry-
Winnipeg* W. M. McLeod, 471 Maine Street.
Vancouver James Sclater, Station Ticket Agent.
n 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 6.0b p.m. week days.
Diagrams of Sleeping Csrs 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, Regina, Banff, Glacier.
ATLANTIC EXPRESS (Eastbound).—\t Glacier, Banff, Regina, Brandon,
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. AGENCIES.
Adelaide Aus. .Geo Wills & Co	
Auckland N.Z..L. D. Nathan & Co	
Baltimore Md.. H. McMurtrie, Passenger Agent..
Bombay. ... India. .Thos. Cook & Son	
t*^o+,v~ n/rA«« J H. J. Colvin, S. E. Pass. Agent ..
BoSt°n   Mass j G. A. Titcomb, City Pass. Agent .
Brisbane Qd..Burns, Philp & Co	
Brockville Ont. Geo. E. McGlade, Ticket Agent..
Buffalo  N.Y   E. P. Allen, Passenger Agent	
Calcutta IndiaThos. Cook & Son   	
ni*•;*»«**««. -mi ! J» Francis Lee, District Freight)
qhlCa*°    m |        and Passenger Agent   .     .. f
Colombo.. .Ceylon. .Thos. Cook & Son (E B.Creasey).
Detroit Mich C. Sheehy, District Pass. Agent ..
Glasgow,Scotland{ A^^f^\f "~^. Sff§ 1
Halifax N.S.. C. S. Philps, Ticket Agent	
Hamilton Ont.. W. J. Grant, Ticket Agent	
Hiogo Japan    Frazar & Co	
Hon* Hon* .......{»• {■■■■■■I
H nolulu H.I. .Theo. H. Davies & Co	
Kobe Japan.. Frazar & Co   	
Liverpool .... Bug \ Arch/er Baker» European Traffic ) 7 james Street.
203 E. German St.
13 Rampart Row.
197 Washington St.
197 Washington St.
145 Main Street.
14 Exchange Street.
11 Old Court House St
232 South Clark St.
11 Fort St. West.
67 St. Vincent St.
126 Hollis Street.
8 James Street S.
London Eng
I
I Archer  Baker, European Traffic J
(        Agent
London
Malta .
I
Ont.. x. R. Parker, Ticket Agent	
J Turnbull, Jr , & Somerville, Cor- l
• (        respondents '
Melbourne..
Aus 4 Huddart, Parker & Co.
( Thomas Cook & Son .
Minneapolis Minn-j H. E. Huntington, Ticket Agent-J
Montreal Que.. Wm. F Egg, City Pass. Agent...
N.Whatcom,Wash. -C. E. Cline, Passenger Agent	
f E. V. Skinner, General Eastern)
New York ... .N.Y-^       Agent   j
tj. Ottenheimer, Emigration Agt..
HiagraraPalls,N.Y{ %£*£%: ■ HH^|
Niagara FallS,Ont.George M. Colburn	
Old Orchard BeachW. F. Fernald	
Ottawa Ont. .J. E. Parker, City Pass. Agent ...
Paris France j Hernu,Peron & Co.,Ticket Agts. -J
Penan*.... Straits J. Boustead&Co I	
Settlements.
Philadelphia..Fa. .H. McMurtrie, Passenger Agt.. |
Portland Me.. G. H Thompson, Maine Cent. Rd.
Portland Ore. .Allan Cameron, Pass Agent	
Pt.Townsend,Wash.J. R. Mason	
Quebec Que.. Geo. Duncan, Passenger Agt	
Rangoon, Burmah..Thos. Cook & Son	
S.Ste.Marie,Mich. .T. R. Harvey	
04.   -r^i.*.             W«|C.E. McPherson, Assistant Gen-)
St" Jolm NB j eral Passenger Agent j
St. Paul Minn 1W. S. Thorn, Ticket Agent	
M. M. Stern, Dist.  Freight and j
Passenger Agent j
Goodall.  Perkins & Co., Agents )
San Francisco,Cal
67 & 68 King William
St., E. C, and 30
Cockspur St., S. W.
161 Dundas Street.
127 Third St. S., Guaranty Building.
129 Sc. James Street.
353 Broadway.
1 Broadway.
Prospect House.
Clifton House.
B. & M. Rd. Station.
42 Sparks Street.
61 Boulevard Hauss-
mann.and 95 Rue des
Marais St. Martin.
Corner  Third  and
Chestnut Streets.
Station.
146 First Street.
106 Taylor Street.
4 Fabrique Street.
Merchant Street.
Steamship Wharf.
Chubbs Corner.
(398 Robert Street,
"5     Hotel Ryan.
Chronicle Building.
Pacific Coast S.S. Co ( W Market Street.
Seattle Wash. .E. W. MacGinnes
1
Shanghai .. China.. Jardine, Matheson & Co	
Singapore, S.Settle.Boustead & Co	
Sherbrooke .. .Que. .E. H. Crean, Ticket Agent
Yesler   Building,    609
Front Street.
Sydney
Aus
j Huddart. Parker & Co
t Burns, Philp & Co
Tacoma Wash.. W. R. Thompson. Pass. Agt...
Toronto Ont^W' R' <fllaway' Dist- Passen-)
(        ger Agent )
fG. Mc. L. Brown, District Pass-
Vancouver
B.C-f enger Agent j
\ James Sclater, Depot Ticket Agt..
Victoria B.C..G. L. Courtney, Passenger Agt...
Windsor Ont. .S. Buchanan, Depot Ticket Agt..
Winnipeg1 Man..W. M. McLeod  City Ticket Agt.
Yokohama. .Japan.. Frazar & Co.. Agents for Japan..
6 Commercial Street,
1023 Pacific Avenue.
1 King Street East.
Government Street.
471 Main Street. MEMORANDA
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"THE NEW HIGHWAY TO THE ORIENT
"SUMMER TOURS"
.   " FISHING AND SHOOTING
"WESTWARD TO THE FAR EAST
A Guide to the  Principal Cities of Japan and China
"TIME-TABLE WITH NOTES"
||  "AROUND THE WORLD"
"HISTORIC QUEBEC"
"ACROSS CANADA TO AUSTRALIA"
"BANFF AND THE LAKES IN THE CLOUDS"
Also numerous Pamphlets descriptive of Manitoba, the
Canadian North-West Territories and British Columbia:
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' WESTERN CANADA"
"ALBERTA"
Etc.
"BRITISH COLUMBIA"
"ALASKA"
Etc.
"^ .SI S SIS ISIS" LET! ^ISIS IS1 S ICBTISISISISISLSLSISIS ISIHISIS-ISIHISISISIS^
MOST of these  publications  are  handsomely 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 Canadian Pacific
.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 have on sale in their hotels, principal ticket offices,
and on the trains, several series of handsomely finished views of'scenes along
their line oi railway. Size—12 by 10 inches, in portfolios suitable for the table
(12 views in each series), price $1.50; and views 28 by 22 inches, suitable for
framing (3 views in the set), in mailing tube, price $1.00.
W.   R.   Callaway
District Passenger Agent
1 King St. East, Toronto
C.   E.   McPherson
Asst. General Passenger Agent
197 Washington St., Boston
and.St. John, N.B.
O.   B.   Hibbard
General Passenger Agent
Soo and South Shore Lines
Minneapolis
JL   F.   Lee
G.   McL   Brown
District Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B.C.
E.  V.   Skinner
General Eastern Agent
353 Broadway, New York
C.   Sheehy
District Passenger Agent
11 Fort St. W., Detroit, Mich.
M.   M.   Stern
District Passenger Agent
Chronicle Bldg.,~San Francisco
Di    E.    Brown
Gen. Agent China and Japan, etc.
Hong Kong
District Freight and Pass. Agent
232 South Clark St., Chicago, 111.
Archer   Baker, European Traffic Agent
67 and 68 King William St., E.C. { T n>._       Fn(y        7 James Street
30 Cockspur St. S. W. f *-°*IDON' ^nS
Liverpool
Robt. Kerr, General Passenger Agent, W. & P. Divisions, Winnipeg
O- E. E. Ussher, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Montreal
D.    McNicoll, General Passenger Agent. Montreal
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