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Vhe Canadian SPac/f/c
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IS the most Substantial and Perfectly Built Railway on the
Continent of America, and superbly equipped with the
finest rolling1 stock modern skill can produce. Coaches,
Dining and Sleeping Cars are triumphs of luxurious elegance, and excel in Stability and Beauty of Finish any other
in the world.
TOURISTS wil* ^nc* tlie New Route through Canada
  from the Atlantic to the Pacific  unap-
proached for magnificence and variety of scenery by any
other line of travel. The rugged wildness of the North Shore
of Lake Superior, the Picturesaue Lake of the 'Woods gold
region, the Billowy Prairies of the Canadian North-West, the
stately grandeur of the Rockies, the marvels of the Selkirks
and Gold Range, and the wondrous Beauty of the Pacific
Coast, are traversed by The Great Dust less Route. Being
entirely controllei 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 ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS        jl
"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
R. M. SS. "MIOWERA"   1 WARRIMOO"
and "AORANGI"
Between Vancouver and Victoria, B.C., and Sidney, Australia,
via Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, and Suva, Fiji, is the shortest
and most attractive route to the Tropics and Antipodes.
Through Tickets from Halifax, St. John, N. B., Quebec,
Montreal, Ottawa, Prescott, Brockville, Toronto, Hamilton,
London, and all points in Canada; also from New York, Boston,
and all points in the East, to Vancouver, Victoria, 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 RY.
 RATES ARE THE LOWEST	 ummer
'Tours <*
By the ♦.. •
Canadian
•acific
P
Railway
fishing and Shooting Grounds
Gastern Cours
Western Cours
Northern Cours
JMiscettaneous Cours
Cours to the Orient, the Cropics
Che Hntipodes
Hnd Hround the Cdorld
Approved by tlie Board of Managers  of th.© Joint Traffic Association, in bo
far as tne fares apply to the business of that Association.
Bleventb edition
Issued by passenger Craffte Department, Canadian pacific Railway
J^otitreal
♦
1897 Canadian Pacific Railway
HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL, CANADA
SlRSlmm HoRNE' lPresident •'•■•■Montreal-
T. G. Shaughnessy Vice-President Montreal.
Charles Drinkwater Secretary Montreal.
I. G. Ogden Comptroller Montreal.
Thos. Tait Asst. General Manager Montreal.
W. Sutherland Taylor .. Treasurer  Montreal.
D. McNicoll  Passenger Traffic Manager .. Montreal.
G. M. Bosworth Freight Traffic Manager Montreal.
J. Oborne   Assistant to Vice-President... Montreal.
C. E. E. Ussher Asst. Gen'l Passenger Agt Montreal.
J- A- Sheffield { Su^a^refe Sfe£d } Montreal.
Arthur Piers Supt. of Steamship Lines Montreal.
C. R. Hosmer Manager of Telegraphs Montreal.
L. A. Hamilton Land Commissioner   Winnipeg.
t> rr„  f Traffic Manager, Lines West") -.-,..     .	
Robt. Kerr |        of Lake |up'erior } Wmmpeg.
H. P. Timmerman j Gen|j$ §aP^fei8        } St. John, N.B.
Atlantic Division I       J       '
\
/ General Superintendent,
1
Toronto.
J. W. Leonard \       Qnt> & -Que Division... /
C. W. Spencer ( General Superintendent,        j Montrsal.
t        Eastern Division    J
Wm. Whyte { Gen%?1 Superintendent,        j Winn;
(        Western Division J r "
r Vancouver.
V Toronto.
tt 3 *„„ „ / General Superintendent
Harry Abbott i        r>    -c   rv  • •
I Pacific Division	
C. E. McPherson
E. Tiffin	
W. B. Bulling, Jr
/ Asst. General Passenger
\        Agent	
/ General Freight Agent,
\        Ontario Division	
J General Freight Agent,
(        Eastern Division, etc..,
/ General Freight Agent,
Toronto.
Montreal.
J. N. Sutherland { ^^^^T.'....  }^°h"> N-B"
A. C. Henry  Purchasing Agent Montreal.
H. L. Penny Auditor of Disbursements Montreal.
J. H. Shearing Auditor of Pass. Receipts Montreal.
r.  T  T-.                                     f Auditor of Freight and Tele- 1M    ,      i
C. J. Flanagan (       graph Receipts j Montreal.
J. R. Steele Freight Claims Auditor   Montreal.
Geo. S. Cantlie Supt. Car Service Montreal.
A. D. MacTier General Baggage Agent Montreal.
'67&68 King William
St., E.C., and 30
Cockspur Street,
S W. London, Eng.
Archer Baker , European Traffic Agent ..
/'
D. E. Brown.
/ General Agent,China,Japan,
1 etc	
j- Hong Kong.
W
. T. Payne | General Traffic Agent for     | Yokohama, Japan.
\        Japan    J
Sydney Haywood Eastern Travelling Agent.. {30 ^^^K
E. V. Skinner General Eastern Agent { ^roadway, New
t   tt t „„ / General Agent, Passenger    \ 232 South Clark St.,
J*--UEE \ Department I       Chicago, 111.
G. McL. Brown District Passenger Agent Vancouver, B.C.
H- J- Colvzn District Passenger Agent.-. { ^^otffass^"
A. H. NotMan District Passenger Agent  St. John, N.B.
M- M. Stern District Passenger Agent.. ■ {Ch^™%S*n INDEX
Descriptive.
Eastern Tours— Page.
The Short Line to the Maritime Provinces  18 to   30
To Lower St. Lawrence and Gulf Ports  31 to  36
To Portland and the Sea Coast, via the White Mountains.. 37 to   11
To Boston, via Montreal & Boston Air Line  42
To Mount Desert and the Maine Coast.  43 to  44
To New York, via the New York Central Rd  44
Western Tours—
Across the Continent, via the C. P. Ry. Transcontinental
Route  97 to 116
To the Upper Lakes and'fche North-West, via the Lakes.... 116 to 119
To the West, via Sault Ste. Marie and Rail  119, 120
To the West, via Sault Ste. Marie and Lake  120, 121
To the North-West, via Chicago and St. Paul  121, 122
Tours on the Pacific Coast, San Francisco, Alaska, etc  123 to 125
Alternate Routes returning from the Pacific Coast  125
Miscellaneous Tours—
To the Thousand Islands and Down the St. Lawrence River 156 to 158
Toronto to Ottawa and Montreal, etc  159 to 163
To Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Chautauqua Lake  164,165
Tours in the Orient or Around the World  181 to 185
Maps.
Eastern Lines and Connections  17
Transcontinental Line and Connections  96
Canadian National Park, Banff  104
Summer Tours by the C. P. R  9
General Information and Explanation  10,11
Special Information Regarding Eastern Tours  45,46
Special Information Regarding Western Tours  126 to 128
Stop-over Privileges on other Lines  13, 14
Advantages Offered to Passengers.
Round Trip Tickets  15
Mileage Tickets  15
Saturday Excursion Tickets  15
Sportsmen's Tickets  15
Carriage of Dogs and Baby Carriages  15
Special Round Trip Excursion Rates  15
Fishing and Shooting  16
Railway and Steamship Connections—Timb Tables of:
Eastern Tours  94 to  95
Western Tours  153 to 155
Miscellaneous Tours  179,180
List of Officers  2
Sleeping and Parlor Car Tariff and Service  191,192
Agencies, List of  193
Routes and Rates.
Eastern Tours—Round Trips '.  47 to  82
One Way Trips  82 to  90
I            Side Trips  91 to  95
Western Tours—Round Trips  129 to 149
Side Trips  150 to 152
Miscellaneous Tours—Round Trips  166 to 176
Side Trips  177,178
Tours to the Orient and the Antipodes  186
Around the World Tours  187 to 190 INDEX
INDEX
To Places Named in Routes and Rates*
Abenakis Springs  Que.
Adirondacks    N.Y.
Agassiz    '. B.C.
Ainsworth    *	
Alaska 129,130,
Albany N.Y	
Alexandria Bay  "   	
Algoma Mills Ont	
Amherst N.S	
Angler's Inn  Ont         	
Annapolis N.S	
Around the World 193 to 196
Ashland Wis   130
Atlantic Seaside Resorts     76, 77
Attean Lake Me  166
Ausable Chasm N.Y  92
Australia 192 to 196
Page.
         166
47, 48, 82, 83
129
         129
152
49
166
130
62,63
178
93
Baie St. Paul Que.
Bald Mountain House N.Y.
Banff Hot Springs Alba.
Bangor Me..
Bar Harbor    "..
Bathurst N.B.
  64
...   47,48,82,83
130, 131,132, 152
  49
 49,50,89,90
    62, 63
Berlin N.H     79, 80, 89, 90
Bethlehem    "  79, 80, 89, 90, 91
Bethlehem Junc     "      79, 80, 89, 90
Bic Que      62, 63
Biddeford  Me    76, 77, 92
Blue Mountain Lake N.Y 47,48,82,83
BluffPoint    "    :  61
Bonner's Ferry Idaho  158
Boothbav Me      76, 77
Boston Mass 51 to 54, 84, 91
Brockville Ont  167
Buffalo N.Y         167
Cacouna Que     62, 63
Caledonia Springs Ont 167,177
Calgary Alba  131
Campbellton N.B      62, 63
Campobello   "     93
Cap St. Ignace Que      62, 63
Cap Tourmente    ''    92
Carleton    "  56
Cascade Lake House N.Y 47, 48, 82, 83
Castine Me       76, 77
Cedar Island Camp N. Y....  47, 48, 62, 83
Charlottetown P.E.I      54, 55
Chautauqua Lake N.Y  168
Cheticamp C.B  92
Chicago Ill    132, 133, 176
Chicoutimi Que 55. 64, 65, 72, 92, 93
China 186 to 190
Clayton N.Y  168
Cleveland Ohio • 168, 177
Colebrook N.H 79, 80, 89, 90
Cottage City Mass  91
Crawfords N.H 79, 80, 89, 90
Dalhousie N.B      62, 63
Desbarats Ont  151
Detroit Mich 169, 176
Digby NS       55,93
Duluth Minn 133, 134,150
Eastport Me.
Emerald Lake (see Field).
55,93
Fabyans  N.H...       79, 80, 89, 90
Field ....B.C	
Fort Francis Ont
Fort Steele  B.C .
Fort William Ont..
Fredericton , N.B..
Fulton Chain N.Y..
135
    150
.. .   158
 134, 135
... 55,91,93
.47, 48, 82, 83 INDEX
INDEX TO PLAGES NAMED IN ROUTES AND RATES-Continued
 Que	
Gasp6	
Gasp6 Coast Resorts
Glacier	
Page.
  56
  66
B.C 135,152
Glacier Bay (see Alaska).
Glen N.H 79, 80, 89, 90
Gordon Creek Que     169
 N.H      79,80
Gorham
Grand River.
Greenville . ■.
  56
Me      56,91
Ha! Ha! Bay Que   55, 64. 65. 92
Halifax N.S 56 to 62, 85
Harrison Hot Springs B.C 129, 150
Hawaii 186 to 190
Hess' Camp      N.Y 47,48, 82, 83
Hong Kong  186 to 190
Honnedaga N.Y 47, 48, 82, 83
Honolulu H.I        186 to 190
Hotel Algonquin  N.Y 47, 48, 82, 83
Hotel Champlain     "      51
Hotel Childwold     "     47,48,82,83
Hotel Wawbeek     "     47, 48, 82, 83
Houghton Mich j         135
Intercolonial Ry. Points     62, 63
Intervale June N.H 79, 80, 89, 90
Isle of Shoals      "     92
Isle Verte Que     62, 63
Jackman, Me. (see Attean Lake).
Japan 186 to ISO
Jefferson. N.H 79, 80, 89,90
i Juneau (see Alaska).
Kakabeka Falls Ont 136, 150
Kaslo B.C    136
Kennebunkport Me     76, 77, 92
Killarney Ont 136
Kingston     "            169
Kingsville . i    "    169,178
Kootenay District (see Ainsworth,  Kaslo, Nelson, Rossland, Sandon,
Slocan City, Trail).
Xiaggan Alba  Si         131
Lake Clear N.Y  .47, 48, 82, 83
Lake Edward Que   72, 93
Lake Emerald (see Field).
Lake Joseph    Que    72, 93 ■
Lake Megantic     "      91
Lake Memphremagog     "      64
Lake Nipissing (see North Bay).
Lake Placid N.Y 47, 48, 82,83
Lakes in the Clouds (see Laggan).
Lake St John.  Que      72, 93
Lake Temiscamingue, Que. (see Gordon Creek).
Lake Winnipesaukee (see Weirs)  93
Lancaster N.H 79, 80, 89, 90
Lisbon  "     79,80,89,90
L'Islet Que     62,63
Little Metis     "         62,63
Littleton N.H 79, 80, 89, 90
Long Lake Station N.Y 47,48, 82,83
Long Lake (Village)     '      47, 48, 82, 83
Loon Lake House     *'     47, 48, 82, 83
Loon Lake Station      '      47, 48, 82, 83
Louisburg C.B               93
Lower St. Lawrence Resorts    64, 65
McAdam Junc N.B      65
Mackinac Island   Mich 137, 138, 151
Magdalen Islands.. -.  92
Magog (see Lake Memphremagog)   Que    64, 92
Maplewood    N.H 79,80,89,90
Marquette Mich         138
Mastigouche House Que 169, 178
Megantic (see Lake Megantic).
Metapedia Que    62,63
Minneapolis  Minn 141 to 143
Moncton   N.B    62, 63
Montmagny Que     62, 63
Montmorency Falls     "      $8
Montreal     "     169 to 171, 177
Moosehead Lake (see Greenville and Mount Kineo House).
Mount Clemens Mich 150, 171 INDEX
INDEX TO PLACES NAMED IN ROUTES AND RATES-Oontinued.
Page.
Mount Kineo House Me     65, 91
Mount Pleasant  N.H 79, 80, 89, 90
Mount Washington N.H  91
Mulgrave N.S     62,63
Murray Bay Que     64, 65
Murray Hill Park N.Y         175
Nakusp B.C         150
Narraeransett Pier         R.I  91
Nelson. B.C  139, 150, 151
Nepigon Ont 139, 150
New Carlisle Que  56
New Glasgow N.S     62, 63
 R.I  91
Newport.
Newport Vt..
New Richmond Que-
New York ' N.Y
Niagara Falls	
Niagara Falls	
Niagara-on-the-Lake
North Bay	
North Conway	
North Hampton	
North Stratford     "  .
North Sydney „  C.B.
     65,92
  56
 66 to 70, 85. 86, 87
g  171,172,173,178
Ont 171,172, 178
"  ,....        178
"         173
N.H 79,80,89,90
"   92
P     79, 80
  70
Okanagan Country (see Penticton).
Old Forge N.Y 47, 48, 82, 83
Old Orchard Beach  Me 70, 76, 77, 89, 90, 92
Ottawa Ont 173, 174, 177, 178
Pabos (see Ste. Adelaide de Pabos) Que  56
Paspebiac      "     56
Paul Smith's Hotel N.Y 47, 48. 82. 83
Paul Smith's Station    "    47,48,82,83
Penticton (Okanagan Country) B.C 140, 151
Perc6 Que  56
Pictou N.S     70, 71
Plymouth N.H  71
Point du Ch&ne N.B     62, 63
Port Arthur, Ont (see Fort William).
Port Daniel Que  56
Portland Me 71, 72, 76, 77, 87, 92
Portland Ore         140
Portsmouth N.H     72,76, 77
Prescott . Ont 174, 177
Preston Mineral Springs     "    174
Profile House N.H 79, 80, 89, 90, 91
Quebec Que 174, 175, 178
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry. Resorts     72, 93
Rainy Lakes (see Fort Frances and Rat Portage), Ont.
Rat Portage     Ont	
Revelstoke B.C	
Rideau Lakes (see Westport and Angler's Inn), Ont.
Rimouski Que	
Riviere du Loup     *' 	
Roberval (Lake St. John)    "   	
Rockland \Te	
Rocky Point Inn N.Y	
Rossland B.C	
140
141
     62,63
... 62, 63, 64
    72. 93
    76,77
.47,48,82,83
 141, 151
Round Island Park N.Y         175
Round the World 187 to 190
Rustic Lodge N.Y 47, 48, 82, 83
Rye Beach N.H  92
Ste. Adelaide de Pabos Que  56
Ste. Agathe f?t     177
St. Andrews N.B 73, 88, 91
Ste. Anne (I.C.R.) Que     62, 63
Ste Anne d e Beaupre     "     93
St. Catharines Ont        178
St. Flavie Que     62, 63
St. Jean Port Joli    "       62, 63
St. John N.B 74, 75, 88, 89
St. John's Nfld  75
St. Leon Springs Que 175. 177
St. Paschal   "        62, 63
St. Paul Minn 141 to 143
St. Raymond Que       72, 93
St. Stephen N.B  93
S aco Me 76, 77, 92 INDEX
INDEX TO PUCES NAMED IN ROUTES AND RATES—Continued.
Page.
Saguenay River Resorts    64, 65
Sandon B.C	
.150, 151
 143, 144
..47,48,82,83
..47,48,82,83
.47, 48. S2, 83
47, 48, 82, 83
75
San Francisco Cal	
Saranac Club N.Y	
Saranac Inn Hotel     ' *    	
Saranac Inn Station     "    	
Saranac Lake     '-'.     	
Saratoga     "    	
Sault Ste. Marie 144 to 146
Scarboro Beach Me 76,   77,92
Seattle Wash        146
Shanghai China 186 to 190
Shawanegan Falls Que        178
Shediac   .. N.B    62, 63
Sitka (see Alaska).
Slocan City B.C 150, 151
Spokane Wash    146, 151
Sugar Hill N H ;. 79, 80, 89, 90
Summerside P.E.I    76, 78
Summit of Mount Washington N.H,  91
Sydney C.B •    78,79
Sydney N.S.W 186 to 190
Tacoma Wash         146
Tadousac Que 64, 65, 93
Thousand Island Park N.Y        175
Toronto ....' Ont 175,176
Trail B C 147, 151
Trenton Falls N.Y 17, 48, 82, 83
Trois Pistoles Que    62, 63
Truro N.S    62, 63
  47,48,82,83
 79,80,89,90
Tupper Lake Junc N.Y.
Twin Mountain N.H.
Vancouver B C.
Victoria	
147
.147,148
Waumbek House (see Jefferson) N.H.
Wawbeek Lodge (see Hotel Wawbeek).
Weirs N.H    79, 93
Wells Beach  Me         76,77
Westport Ont         177
Whitefield ' N.H 79, 80, 89, 90
White Lake     N.Y 47. 48, 82, 83
White Mountain Resorts   N.H 79, 80, 89, 90
Winnipeg Man 148, 149
Woodstock   N.B  91
World, Around the 187 to 190
Yarmouth...
Yokohama...
York Beach..
York Harbor.
.N.S  81,91,93
Japan 186 to 190
.Me 76,77,92
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1 —: i SUMMER TOURS
By The...
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY
IS easy to  determine  upon taking1  a
summer outing1, but it is not so easy
to decide where to go.   Time and
purse are factors that assert them-
and it is with the intent to assist that
ttle book is published.    The  Canadian
Railway offers  peculiar facilities  to
ling   holiday   makers.      Whether   the
tains, the lakes, the prairies or the sea
be desired its lines lead by the most pleasant
ways to the most pleasant 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 on the magnificent water-stretches of British Columbia are
its new fleet of river craft; 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 and Fijian 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 stop-over privileges enabling him to wander about Japan, inspect the  chief
cities of China, the Straits Settlements and Australasia, and visit
the historical places of India, Egypt and Europe.    For the information of those who contemplate making one or other of these
tours, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company has published short
guides and maps compiled from trustworthy sources.    They are
called "Westward to the Far East" and " East to the West"
(guides to the principal cities in Japan and China),  "The New
Route to Australia,"   "Alaska,"  "Hawaii," and " Around the
World," and can be obtained free of charge on application to any
agent of the Railway Company, or to the Passenger  Traffic
Department of the Railway at Montreal.
J General Information
%\48K*E!   Wt I   lHE TOURIST routes shown
yA^^gijfef^JjIj  ISlf I herein  cover   only a small   portion
of the attractive places that can be
reached by the Canadian Pacific Railway and SteamshipiLines. Additional
routes will be made and prices given
on application to any city ticket
office of the Company in Canada.
Tourist tickets entitle the purchaser to all the privileges of regular
first class tickets.
Unless otherwise specified they are
on sale from June 1st to September
30th, and are available for travel until November
1st of the year in which issued. They are good for
stop-over on application to Conductor or Purser
at any intermediate point on the Canadian Pacific Railway or Steamship
lines, within their time limit. Portions issued over the lines of other
railways or transportation companies are subject to the local stop-over
regulations of the lines over which they read.    See pages 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
designated "R.W.," can be reversed, at the time of ticket purchase,
for the convenience of tourist.
Many of the steamer lines cease running, or make irregular trips,
prior to November 1st, and tourists should consult each company's
advertisements, and arrange their movements accordingly, as all
Tourist Tickets are sold on condition that they are used while the
service is in effect.
The tickets for side trips should be purchased at the starting point,
as in many instances the benefit of the Side-Trip rates cannot be obtained
at the junction point where the side trip diverges 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 designated thus ||, it indicates that
no extra charge will be made for meals and berths on steamships. If
not so marked, meals and berths are not included and will be charged
for extra.
Children between the ages of 5 and 12 years will be charged half
fare on railways and inland steamer lines on North American Continent ; over 12 years, full fare.
The Railway Company maintains a staff of Travelling Passenger
Agents to accompany large parties of tourists, sportsmen, or pleasure
seekers, and will, when such parties are being formed, send a representative to render assistance and give all information. GENERAL   INFORMATION
11
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, on payment of the
required number of first-class fares. The rate will be about $45.00
per car per day for the use of such cars in addition to the price of
passage tickets.
Tourists are warned that in no instances are their tickets transferable, and if they are unable to use a whole or a part of the ticket,
the portion unused should be returned not later than November 30th,
1897, to the Passenger Traffic Manager 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 steamer to Slater's Point,
Niagara Falls Park & River 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 Niagara-on-the-Lake, thence Niagara Nav. Co.;
or by Buffalo Ry. to City Line ; Buffalo & Niagara Falls
Electric Ry. to Niagara Falls ; Niagara Falls & Lewiston
Rd. to Lewiston, thence Niagara Nav. Co.
From Niagara Falls to Toronto by Niagara Falls Park &
River Railway to Queenston, thence Niagara Nav. Co.; or by
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. to Lewiston Wharf,
thence Niagara Nav. Co.; or by Michigan Central Rd. to
Niagara-on-the-Lake, thence Niagara Nav. Co.; or by Niagara
Falls & Lewiston Rd. to Lewiston, thence Niagara Nav. Co.
From Boston, Mass., to Newport, Vt., by Montreal & Boston
Air Line.
From Portland, Me., to Newport, Vt., by the Maine Central
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 Traffic Department mentioned on inside front and back
pages.    Correspondence is respectfully invited.
C. E. E. USSHER,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent,
MONTREAL.
D. MCNICOLL,
Passenger Traffic Manager,
MONTREAL. CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  HOTELS STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES
ALLOWED ON OTHER LINES
Anchor Line
Stop-over allowed at any regular port.
Bangor & Aroostook Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor, except on excursion tickets which are limited to continuous passage in each direction.
Bay of Quinte Ry. & Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Boston & Albany Rd.
Stop-over allowed for ten days on notice to conductor.
Boston & Maine Rd.
Stop-over for ten days allowed at any station (except between Ware,
Concord, Wilmington, Stoneham, Salem, Marblehead 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.
Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co.
No intermediate stops.  |r£j?
Concord & Montreal Rd.
See Boston & Maine Rd.
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 Alpena and St. Clair on up trip only.
Dominion Atlantic Ry.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry.
Stop-over for ten days allowed on application to conductor.
Erie Rd.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Fall River Line (Old Colony S. B. Line).
Stop-over allowed at Newport, R.I., in either direction, on notice to
purser.
Fitchburg Rd.
Stop-over allowed on' notice to conductor.
Grand Trunk Railway.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor.
Grea   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.
Lake Michigan & Lake Superior Transportation Co.
Stop-over allowed at all ports except Milwaukee. 14
STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES
Lehigh Valley Rd.
Stop-over 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 resorte.
Minneapolis, St.Paul & Sault Ste.Marie Ry.
Stop-over allowed on application to conductor.
Mount Washington Railway.
No intermediate stops.
New Bedford, Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket S.B. Line.
Stop-over 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 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.
New York, Ontario & Western Ry.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Niagara Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
North American Trans. Co.
Stop-over allowed on application to purser.
Northern Michigan Trans. Co.
Stop-over allowed.
Northern S.S. Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to 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.
Stop-over allowed at Carillon, Grenville and L'Orignal for Caledonia
Springs—at other points on notice to purser.
Portland,Mt. Desert & Machias S.B. Line.
Stop-over allowed at any landing on notice to purser.
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd.
No stop-over allowed.
Quebec Central Ry.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Quebec & Lake St. John Railway
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Quebec, Montmorency & Charlevoix Railway.
Stop-over allowed on notice to conductor.
Quebec Steamship Co.
Stop-over allowed.
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
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. & Thousand Island S. B. Co. j
No stop-over allowed.
West Shore Rd.
Stop-over allowed at any station on notice to conductor only on summer
tourist tickets bearing final limit of Oct. 31st.
Windsor, Detroit & Soo Line.
Stop-over allowed on notice to purser.
	 ADVANTAGES OFFERED BY THE
CANADIAN  PACIFIC   RAILWAY
TO PROMOTE TRAVEL.
Round Trip First Class Tickets, good for one month, are
sold between stations east of Port Arthur and Sault Ste. Marie at
a reduction of one-sixth from double the one-way rates.
One Thousand Mile Tickets, for $25.00, good for one year
and available over all portions of the line east of Sault Ste. Marie
and Sudbury Junction, except on Lake Temiscamingue Branch,
are sold at principal stations.
Saturday Excursion Tickets, good for return until the following Monday, are sold during summer months from Eastern
cities to the country points within a radius of about sixty miles,
at ten cents more than the one-way first-class rate. For particulars apply to city ticket offices.
Sportsmen, travelling together in Canada, in parties of five
or more, will be issued return tickets, good for one month, to
shooting and fishing resorts on the Canadian Pacific Railway, at
greatly reduced rates. 200 lbs. of baggage and camp equipment,
consisting of tents, canoes or skiffs under 20 feet in length, camp
utensils, etc., including a fish or game catch of 50 lbs. weight, will
be carried free in certain specified territory for each sportsman.
Full particulars as to rates, localities, etc., can be obtained from
any ticket agent of the Company. Perusal of the pamphlet "Fishing and Shooting on the Canadian Pacific Railway" is recommended.
A copy can be procured on application to any of the Company's
agents.
Baby Carriages (estimated weight 75 lbs. each) will be
checked at owner's risk to stations on Canadian Pacific Ry. east
of Port Arthur, as personal baggage, but no more than one baby
carriage will be checked on each ticket.
Dogs. Dogs will be carried only at owner's risk if provided
with suitable collars and chains to secure them. The charge for
each dog will be the same as for one hundred (100) pounds excess
baggage.
Special Round Trip Excursion Parties. Reduced rates
for such parties are made when eight or more passengers are
travelling together.
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Fishing and Shooting
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,
while the unrivalled trout pools of the Lower Kootenay and the
fishing waters of the Columbia River and Arrow Lakes, were in an
unknown region.    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; and in Newfoundland, which, under its new conditions, is
now quickly reached by the Canadian Pacific and its connections,
there are exceptionally good fields for sport and  exploration.
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 hunting.
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, will 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 I Fishing and Shooting," in which he will find closer
directions and more detailed information.
	  EASTERN TOURS
The Short Line to the Maritime Provinces of Canada,
through the Province of Quebec and the State
of Maine, and to Newfoundland.
j 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
city, which ranks among the most
attractive places on the continent. 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 elegance, comfort and architectural beauty.
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 j
the ladies' waiting-room, an illustration of how modern skill can
blend luxury and comfort j 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, St. Paul,
Winnipeg and Vancouver, and, south to New York, Boston and the
Maritime Provinces. Following the latter, the fine iron bridge
spanning the Lachine Canal is crossed, and soon the St. Lawrence,
the incomparable water highway to the great lakes and favorite
route for summer travel, is reached. The immense steel bridge
spanning the St. Lawrence at this point is one of the attractions of
the trip, and is considered one of the engineering triumphs of the
century. It was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
at a cost of over $i,OQO,ooo, and is about a mile long, and when one
considers that each of the channel-spans is 408 feet in length and
lofty enough to allow of the passage of great steamers, some idea
may be obtained of what a formidable task its construction was.
In crossing it, a magnificent view up and down the river is afforded.
On the one side of the river is the village of Lachine, and on
the other the quaint old Indian town of Caughnawaga, the home
of a portion of the once all-powerful Iroquois nation, and from
whence  came  the  dusky  braves  who   have   spread  the   fame  of EASTERN TOURS
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Canada's national game, lacrosse, far and wide. At Farnham
the Stanbridge & St. Guillaume branch of the Canadian Pacific
Railway is crossed, and the line leads onward through a level,
closely cultivated country.
At 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  further  on a  fine
bridge spans a valley of great natural beauty. The lovely Orford
lake is presently passed, and the route continues through a very
picturesque country, amid heavily wooded hills, until Magog station,
on Lake Memphremagog, is reached.
Lake Memphremagog and its beauty and attractions are too
well known to require description here. From Magog steamers
ply around the lake, touching at many points, including George-
ville, the Revere House,  near Elephantis ;   the Mountain House, 20
EASTERN  TOURS
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 either to Boston, the White Mountains, or back
to Montreal. From the steamer one has a fine view of the lake,
its picturesque surroundings and islands, the numerous summer
residences'. upon the   shores, and  all points   of  interest,  including EASTERN  TOURS
21
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  of
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twelve thousand inhabitants, containing many handsome buildings, prosperous manufacturing and business interests, and has
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, Lennoxville is reached, from
which point the Boston & Maine Rd. runs south to Newport,
where it connects with the Montreal   & Boston Air Line.     After 22
EASTERN   TOURS
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 moun- j
tain 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
mmwumJMwwm
name is reached. There are
steamers on the lake, and a
small steam launch for the use
of the members of the Megantic
Fish and iGame Club, whose
headquarters are on Spider Lake,
the "Geneva of Canada." This
ake is next in size to Megantic,
and is separated from it by
a "carry" of less than three-
quarters of a mile. There are several hotels of the average country
type in Megantic village, and sportsmen can also find fair accommodation at several farm houses near the head of the lake,.while
those intending to spend a holiday under canvas can pitch tents
where they will.
Tourists from Quebec who intend visiting the Maritime Provinces can travel by the Quebec Central Rd. from Levis,  opposite EASTERN  TOURS
23
Quebec, via the Tring branch, to Megantic, where connection is made
with the Canadian Pacific Railway.
The Boundary mountains, which divide the Province of Quebec
from the State of Maine, are now close at hand and the general
aspect of the country undergoes a change. The line rises higher and.
higher, until finally the Boundary heights are passed and " Uncle
Sam's " domain reached. This portion of the State of Maine is
netted with lovely waters, great and small, famous for their trout,
and haunted by many moose, cariboo and deer, and grouse, ad lib.
Through the very fairest portions of this pleasing scenery the " Short
Line " runs.
Passing through some very attractive country for a short distance after leaving the Boundary mountains, the first lake of the
headwaters of the Moose river is reached. These headwaters of
the Moose are a chain of irregularly shaped, lovely lakes, linked
together by the river and extending for some twenty-five miles, and
followed by the line as closely as possible throughout their entire
length.
The first station on Moosehead lake is Moosehead, where a
very good hotel will be found, and here steamers running daily from
Greenville call when required to take passengers for Kineo, or disembark others. Eastward from Moosehead station, the route follows
the picturesque shore to Greenville station. Moosehead lake, the
queen of these forest wilds, is about forty miles long and from one
to fifteen miles wide. A number of well appointed steamers ply on
the lake, meeting all trains, and a cruise on one of them will furnish
a most enjoyable side-trip. The praises of this region have been
spread by brush, pen and tongue far and wide, and there is a large
gathering of pleasure-seekers here every season.
Upon an elevated portion of the shore at Greenville a large
modern hotel affords excellent accommodation. Within easy reach
are many trout streams and small lakes. Detailed description of the
different trout-waters within easy distance of Greenville is unnecessary,
as a few judicious questions asked on the spot will elicit all needful
information. At certain points in the woods log camps have been
constructed, forming quarters for those who prefer a smack of "roughing it " during their vacation. Exploring the tributaries of Moosehead
by canoe, sailing and boating upon the lake, excursions by one or
other of the steamers, walking on shadowy forest roads, etc., furnish
ample means of amusement for all.
Twenty miles up the lake from Greenville is the celebrated
Mount Kineo, an oddly shaped mass of solid flint rising over 800 feet
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 the Megantic country, this is
well stocked with large game, and the trout fishing is exceptionally
good.    Parties wanting to penetrate the wilds can secure complete
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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 wildness,
•. the hills grow smaller, and presently the famous chain of lakes, forming a portion of the international boundary between New Brunswick
and Maine, appear. This is another fine point for the sportsman, as
game and fish are abundant, the largest water of the chain, Grand
Lake, being well stocked with land-locked salmon. After passing
Vanceboro and crossing the St. Croix river, Canadian territory is
reached again, and the route leads on through New Brunswick. At
McAdam Junction connections are made for Woodstock, N. B.,
Houlton, Me., and Presque Isle, Me., to the north, and for
Calais, Me., St. Stephen, N.B., and St. Andrews, N.B., to the
south. To the latter place a through sleeper is run once a week from
Montreal during the summer season, leaving that city Friday nights,
and returning leaving St. Andrews on Monday nights.
St. Andrews bids fair to be an important shipping point, and is
fast becoming a popular seaside resort. It is situated on a peninsula
five miles, long, which extends into Passamaquoddy bay, which is 17
miles long by six miles wide. It is a town of about 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 fee"t high, from which is a beautiful view of
the St. Croix river, the islands and water of the bay, and the coast of
Maine. Good salt and fresh water fishing can be enjoyed within a
short distance; the roads are perfect, which renders driving and
cycling a most enjoyable amusement, the facilities for yachting and
boating cannot be surpassed, and there is a golfing ground that has no
superior in Canada. Yachts, boats and canoes, with guides, can be
secured on the spot for a very moderate outlay, and taken upon its
merits St. Andrews is one of the most desirable localities on the
coast. A marked peculiarity of the place is the entire absence of
malaria and mosquitoes. The air has proved wonderfully beneficial to
malaria and hay-fever patients, and many cases of long standing have
derived benefit from a sojourn there. The Algonquin hotel offers
every modern accommodation for tourists. St. Andrews is reached
direct by rail from Montreal, St. John and Boston, and a daily steamer
runs to Eastport. The popular watering-places of Campobello and
Grand Manan are best reached by way of St. Andrews.
Resuming the journey east from McAdam Junction, Magagua-
davic and Harvey lakes are added to many queer-named waters left
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behind, and Fredericton Junction is reached, where connections are
made for Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick. From this
pleasant stopping place or from St. John excursions can be made up
the St. John River to the seat of government of New Brunswick.
With every attraction to allure the summer traveller, Fredericton has
not yet been really discovered by the tourist, and is therefore still
unhackneyed. She has beauty within herself and in her environment.
She has rich delights to offer the sportsman, the canoeist, the artist; she
has a clear sky and a tonic climate, and the best of modern comfort in her
hotels. Fredericton is the Provincial capital, the cathedral city of the
Diocese, the military centre of the Province, the seat of the Supreme
Judiciary, of the Provincial University, of the Normal School, and all
this with a population of barely 8, ooo souls. The roads around Fredericton on both sides of the river are good enough to tempt both horsemen and wheelmen, and they open up such beautiful landscapes. The
sportsman, whether he follow rod or gun,  will find Fredericton an
excellent centre from which to work. When a place is worth visiting
there is satisfaction in finding that it is not hard to get at. The
evening train from Boston or from Montreal lands one in Fredericton
at a good hour for lunch, or by the Boston morning express he will
arrive there at a seasonable hour in the evening. From St. John there
are several trains each day ; there are trains also from Woodstock and
St. Stephen. Besides the service of the Canadian Pacific from all the
points mentioned, there are two trains a day over the Canada Eastern
which run through the Nashwaak and Miramichi valleys, whose possibilities have not yet been sufficiently unfolded to the tourist and the
sportsman, and connects Fredericton with the Intercolonial at Newcastle. But there is one round trip which is an imperious necessity
for all who visit Fredericton. If you go by rail, return by the river
boat. The | Victoria " and " David Weston " of the Star Line make
daily trips, leaving St. John and Fredericton in the morning. No
one can be-said to have properly seen " the celestial  city " who has
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not " done " the eighty-four miles of exquisite and varied river scenery
outstretched between the city and the sea.
There is no good reason why anybody should have ever spoken of
the St. John by the now hackneyed title of the "Rhine of America."
The chances are that the author of the phrase never saw the Rhine,
but had heard it was admired for the beauty of the scenery along its
banks. Apart from this circumstance there is little or nothing in
common between the two rivers, and the St. John has a character and
individuality sufficient to enable it to rely on its own merits. It is a
very beautiful river in every mile of its course, and in many instances,
its beauty is akin to its grandeur. Taking its rise in the State of
Maine, it flows 450 miles until it finds its outlet at the harbor of St.
John, on the Bay of Fundy. In that distance it has varied forms, as
it comes through the tangled forest or adds to the attractions of the
fairest parts of a long settled and well developed country. At times
it pours through narrow gorges or leaps over such rocky barriers as
are found at Grand Falls. At other portions it expands to the full
breadth of a mile or more. Fed by numerous tributaries, some of
them rivers oT no mean magnitude in themselves, this stream increases
in volume until it reaches the city of St. John, where its mighty flood
is forced through a gorge of precipitous rocks, having a width of a
little more than 500 feet. Hence the famed reversible falls spanned by
a suspension bridge and by the cantilever bridge over which the Canadian Pacific trains pass to enter the city. At low water the outpouring of the river causes a fall of some fifteen feet, while at high water
the inflow of the tide causes a similar fall in the opposite direction.
The falls are navigable only at half tide or slack water.
The city of St. John is one of the great commercial ports of Canada, and is every year growing in importance by reason of its increasing
relations to other places as a port of shipment. During the last few
years its shipping facilities have been enlarged to a great extent to
accommodate the several lines of Atlantic steamers which have made
this their winter port, and the Canadian Pacific Railway has done a
large business in forwarding through freight for shipment by their lines.
Apart from this feature of its trade, St. John has various manufacturing interests and is abreast of the times in all that relates to industry
and enterprise. The large district swept by the fire of 1877 has been
rebuilt with structures of the most substantial kind, and many of
them are handsome specimens of architecture. The city is well laid
out with wide and well-kept streets and asphalt sidewalks. The
hotel accommodation is excellent, while the city and suburbs have
much to invite the attention of the tourist. The drives are numerous
and afford many beautiful views of the Bay of Fundy and the surrounding country. Half a day spent in such a drive as will include
Mount Pleasant and Lily Lake Park, Fort Howe, the Falls, the
Manawagonish Road and along the Bay shore, returning by way of
Carleton, will well repay the visitor. Other drives are out the Marsh
to Loch Lomond, to the Kennebecasis, etc. Many days may be
profitably spent in seeing the city and its surroundings. There is
excellent sea bathing at the Bay shore.
While the citizens feel a pride in their harbor as safe, capacious,
easy of access and free from ice in the coldest seasons, they are equally
proud of their summer climate, which they claim to be all that the 28
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tourist can desire. The heat is never extreme and the nights are
refreshingly cool, while the sea breezes have a tonic effect which is as
surprising as it is agreeable to those who come from less favored climates. From St. John one may go by rail or steamer to all points in
the Maritime Provinces.
The Intercolonial Ry. connects St. John and Halifax, passing
through the thriving towns of Moncton, Amherst and Truro. At
Painsec Junction a branch line diverges to Shediac, a pleasant little
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watering place, and to Point du Chene, connecting with steamers for
Prince Edward Island; from Sackville another line runs to Cape
Tormentine; from Springhill Junction the Cumberland Railway runs
to Springhill Mines and to Parrsboro, on the Bay of Fundy, where
connection is made with south shore ports ; and from Oxford Junction
and Truro branch lines run to Pictou, one of the. most beautifully
situated  towns  in  the  province,   where  connections  are made for EASTERN TOURS
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Charlottetown, P.E.I., direct, and weekly sailings made by the S. S.
"St. Olaf" to the Magdalen islands, where excellent fishing and
shooting are obtained. The Truro branch line also extends to Port
Mulgrave on the Straits of Canso, from whence steamers run to Bad-
deck, Sydney and North Sydney, all situated on the famous Bras d'Or
lakes, a region famous for its picturesque beauty. There is also rail
communication between Point Tupper, immediately opposite Mulgrave,
and the Sydneys, from which historic Louisburg, one of the most
interesting spots in Nova Scotia, is easily reached by rail.
An alternate route from St. John to Halifax is by the magnificent
new and fast steamer " Prince Rupert " across the Bay of Fundy, from
St. John to Digby, and thence by the Dominion Atlantic Ry., which
passes through Annapolis, the site of the earliest French settlement in
Acadia,and traverses the beautiful Annapolis valley, immortalized by
Longfellow as the home of Evangeline. At Grand Pre, the old well
of the Acadians and the site of the destroyed church can be seen from
the car window, and in the long lines of French willows and abandoned
cellars once covered by the cottages of a banished race are other mute
witnesses of the existence here of a primitive people whose romantic
story has been pathetically told by the great American bard. Cape
Blomidon and the Basin of Minas, the Gaspereau river, from which
the expelled Acadians embarked, and other streams interesting to the
stranger by their continually changing conditions on account of the
high tides for which the waters of the Bay of Fundy are noted, and
Kentville, Wolfville, Grand Pre, and Windsor and other prosperous
towns, combine to make this a most interesting trip, while the beauty
of the scenery is equalled by few regions on the Atlantic coast.
Yarmouth is also reached from Digby by the Dominion Atlantic Ry.
and has direct connection with Boston by the fast boats of the
Yarmouth S. S. Co. |
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 a winter port for the English mail steamers.
On the eastern side of the harbor is the town of Dartmouth. In the
harbor lies the strongly fortified George's Island, and at the entrance,
three miles away, is McNab's Island, also strongly fortified. The
crowning fortification is of course the citadel, and from it the tourist
may have the finest view of the city, harbor and surroundings. There
is no lack of amusement for visitors. A sail upon the Basin ; a trip
to McNab's Island ; a drive on Point Pleasant road, through the
magnificent public park and up the 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. A more interesting spot for the
tourist than the city by the sea would be difficult to find, and here he
can profitably spend several days.
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, and it is also a terminal point of
the Intercolonial Railway whose branch from Truro, as already des- 30
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cribed, stretches eastward to North Sydney. From that town a
splendid speedy steamer, which makes the passage to Port aux Basque
in six hours, renders Newfoundland no longer inaccessible on account
of the ocean voyage, this new route practically annihilating the
distance between the mainland and the Ancient Colony. The
Newfoundland Northern & Western, a new and well-equipped
railway, connects Port aux Basque, on the south-western shore of
Newfoundland, with St. John's, the capital, on the eastern coast.
The road runs through a country rich in natural resources and having
a wealth of great scenic beauty. The Bay of Islands and other grand
bays which afford magnificent boating, bathing and fishing, can be
visited, a stop made at Topsail, St. John's fashionable watering-place
on Conception Bay, or with St. John's as headquarters excursions can
be made to Topsail, Harbor Grace, Heart's Content, the great Anglo-
cable station, Placentia, which is as pretty and unique as its name,
and to Portugue Cove and Belle Isle, which rises to a great height
above the sea, giving it a commanding appearance. There are numerous drives about and around the city, and a trip out and in the
narrows by which a full view of the harbor entrance can be gained is
an outing which is more than ordinarily novel and interesting. Since
the great fire, the city has made rapid strides, and few cities of its
rank can claim as many fine ecclesiastical and educational structures,
business blocks and handsome residences. The construction of over
500 miles of railway, traversing the island and tapping its principal
bays, is leading to the rapid development of the many resources of
Newfoundland, and by giving St. John's daily connection with the
American continent opens up a new field for tourists in search of new
lands to exploit and for sportsmen seeking large or small game or the
triumphs of the rod and line.
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II.
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
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
cities on the continent of
America.    From Montreal, the Ancient Capital
is  reached  by   rail   or
river, the Canadian Pacific trains along the north
bank of the St. Lawrence
whirling   the   traveller
past busy typical French-
Canadian    towns     and
villages and through the long, narrow farms of the habitant, which
still retain many characteristics of the primitiveness of the eighteenth
century.
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. 32
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At the eastern end of Dufferin Terrace is the palatial fire-proof
Chateau Frontenac, which ranks with the leading metropolitan hotels
in every particular. It is a magnificent seven-story structure, erected
by the Canadian Pacific Railway Co., at a costwof nearly a million of
dollars. Built after the style of the old chateaux 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. Both in summer and winter it
is the rendezvous for tourists who flock hither to enjoy the pleasures
of a mid-summer outing or the novelty of the invigorating sports and
amusements—especially in carnival times—which are indulged in
during the wintry months.
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Just below the city is the island of Orleans dividing the river
into two channels, the principal one being on the south side. A
choice of routes either by Saguenay steamer or the Intercolonial
Railway is now offered the tourist, and, if the former is selected, as
you cross the basin and move down stream, you catch a succession of
views that will haunt your memory for many a day, but there are
more to come. After passing the Isle d'Orleans you see the mountains of Cap Rouge and Cap Gribaune, part of the 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 bay behind Isle aux Coudres,
where abundant traces of primitive Norman life yet linger.
Passing the Cap Eboulements you reach Murray Bay on the
north side. The name of Murray Bay is now a household word in
Canada. There is a fine beach, good hotels, facilities for boating
and bathing, and it is in addition one of the best localities for the
fisherman in the province. The scenery is wild in the extreme, and
those who have fished Murray river and Gravel and Petit lakes
require no urging to revisit the locality.    Murray Bay is annually EASTERN  TOURS
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visited by a large number of the more refined and cultivated people,
and promises to steadily grow in favor.
The next points of special interest are Kamouraska islands on
the south shore. Then, The Pilgrims, a group of islets, is passed,
and the boat stops at Riviere du Loup, where there is excellent
accommodation for visitors. Six miles below is the fashionable
watering-place, Cacouna, reached by stage and other conveyances
from Riviere du Loup, or from the Cacouna station on the Intercolonial Ry., should the tourist prefer to make the trip from Quebec
by rail. Those who fancy a " dip in the briny " must remember that
at Cacouna and to within thirty miles of Quebec the St. Lawrence
is salt.
Opposite Riviere du Loup and Cacouna is the famous Saguenay
River, and at its mouth Tadousac, with ample provision for the
comfort and pleasure of visitors. This fine stream is one of the chief
tributaries of the St. Lawrence and the outlet of Lake St. John, of
which so much has been written of late. The Saguenay stands
unrivalled among American rivers. In few places are there such
tremendous crags, and such majestic shores as those which overhang
this wonderful river. Cape Eternity, 1,800 feet high, rises sheer
from the water, and offers perhaps the grandest spectacle of the
Lower St. Lawrence. For fifty miles from its outlet the Saguenay
is from one to one-and-a-half miles wide, and flows 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.,
and this is the preferable way of
visiting the places just described,
proceeding by rail to Chicoutimi,
via Roberval, and thence by
steamer down the Saguenay and
up the St. Lawrence to Quebec.
Lake St. John is the home of the
wonderful ouananiche, a variety
of the land-locked salmon and a
royal fighter when hooked. Many
surprising tales of 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
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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 routes for hundreds of miles into
the unexplored wilderness, where the
daring voyageur can  travel   whither
he will.
The picturesque little village of
Roberval is situated directly upon the
lake shore. Upon a gentle elevation,
commanding a fine view of the lake and neighboring country, stands the
Hotel Roberval, a comfortable, well-built, nicely furnished and well-
managed house, 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 from Roberval by
the steel steamer Mistassini. A summer holiday spent about this
delightful lake will prove most enjoyable. Outside of the fishing there
is plenty for the ordinary tourist to do. The climate and water are
faultless, and the scenery most pleasing, one of the most imposing
features being the superb Ouiatchouan Falls, 280 feet in height or
over 50 feet higher than the celebrated Falls of Montmorency.
Between the St. Lawrence and Lake St. John, along the line
of the Quebec & Lake St. John Railway to Roberval, are several
interesting points. At St. Ambroise is the Indian village of Lorette.
Here a remnant of the once powerful Huron tribe follow the chase
and conduct rather an important business in Indian arts, beadwork,
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 accommodation will be found at
the village of St. Raymond on the River St. 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 Kiskis-
^ink, another fine trout water.
From the city of Quebec the Quebec, Montmorency & Charlevoix
Ry. extends to the famous shrine of Ste. Anne de Beaupre, the
objective point for thousands of pilgrims every season. This railway
passes close to the foot of the Montmorency Falls, a cataract 100 feet
higher than Niagara, and affords a most interesting side trip.    The
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shrine of Ste. Anne is visited yearly by many tourists who are interested in the curious scenes to be witnessed in this fragment of old-time
Palestine and in the costly works of art which decorate the sanctuary.
Good accommodation is afforded visitors.
Should a trip down the St. Lawrence by the Quebec S.S. line or
the Black Diamond line be decided upon, the Saguenay will be missed,
but more will be seen of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and its southern
shore. East of Tadousac the north shore presents a picture of lonely
savage wilderness, with no remarkably interesting features, though
sportsmen, anglers and artists sometimes visit Labrador in their quest
for fresh fields. The south shore is well settled by farmers and
fishermen principally, but the first regular stopping place for steamers
below Cacouna is Gaspe\ About 60 miles below Cacouna is Rimouski,
a favorite summer resort, interesting on account of its thoroughly
French civilization, which traces back to the opening chapter of
Canadian history. At this point the European mails are, in summer,
transferred from the steamers to be forwarded more rapidly by rail,
but it is not a regular stopping place for steamers upon the river*
Below Rimouski the rapidly broadening St. Lawrence appears to
be the sea itself, and the shore, visible from the steamer, presents a
grand array of lofty mountains, with here and there a little fishing
village at their base. Rounding Cape Rosier, the steamers for ports
on the Gaspe coast, Charlottetown, P.E.I., Newfoundland, 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 Metapedia river to the Bay of
Chaleur, passing through a rugged heavily timbered country, intersected by rapid rivers that furnish salmon fishing famed throughout
the world.
The Bay of Chaleur requires no better proof of its merits as a
summer resort than is furnished by the crowds of tourists who gather
there each season. Excellent accommodation is afforded at the Inch
Arran and Murphy's Hotel at Dalhousie, and many very comfortable
little hostelries will be found in the numerous quaint villages upon
the northern shore. A very pleasant trip can be taken by steamer
from Dalhousie, reached by the Intercolonial Ry., to Gaspe bay,
which affords a fine view of the attractive coast-line. There is good
hotel accommodation and excellent salmon fishing at different ports
of call.
MARTELLO TOWER
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II
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 Moun-
I tains. Between Canada and
f the fashionable points on the
Atlantic seaboard lies a territory of great natural beauty,
affording unnumbered facilities for
spending a pleasant holiday, and
in addition to picturesque and
varied scenery there will be found
well appointed hotels for the accommodation
of tourists. The Canadian Pacific Railway
has laid out a great number of routes to convey
pleasure seekers through the finest portions of
this region, to the White Mountains, the Coast, and also through
the mountains to southern New England.
The majority of these tours have Montreal as their starting
point, and the route is the same to Brigham Junction as described in
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 thenoe via the
Boston & Maine Rd. along the rocky shore of Lake Massawippi to
Newport. From Newport the trip is continued via the Passumpsic
division of the Boston & Maine Rd. to Lunenburg, Vt. The run
from Newport to St. Johnsbury trends towards Burke Mountain and
follows the crooked Passumpsic river for some distance,winding among
picturesque hills with fine views of the Green Mountains.
Leaving St. Johnsbury, the line runs eastward crossing the
beautiful Connecticut valley. The famous White Mountains, faintly
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
vMountain 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.
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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 interior of the group, beyond
which a pass affords egress to North Conway, \ from which point
the road runs to Portland and Boston.     There are several small
"OLD   MAN  OF  THE  MOUNTAIN."
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 houses1 will be found.
East of Fabyans the first station is Twin Mountain House, close
to Twin and Cherry mountains, and from here a fine view is obtained
of Mount  Washington.    The  several picturesque  villages  to  the EASTERN TOURS
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north about Cherry Mountain, Randolph and Jefferson, are easily
accessible. The White Mountain House, one of the oldest hotels in
the country, is one mile away to the east, Fabyans being the central
point of the entire district.
From Fabyans trains run to Bethlehem Junction, from whence
short branch lines lead to the Maplewood Hotel and cluster of pretty
cottages, and to the well-known village of Bethlehem, I where numerous fine hotels and boarding houses will be found.    Owing to  the
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freedom from hay-fever and the extreme beauty of the surrounding
landscape, this village is a very popular resort.
A noteworthy side-trip of ten miles can be made by rail from
Bethlehem Junction to the famous Profile House, situated in a deep
cleft between Franconia and Lafayette ranges, at the source of the
Merrimack. Close at hand, projecting from the brow of a tremendous cliff, is the mighty profile of the " Old Man of the Mountain."
It is colossal in proportions and a perfect face throughout, as though wsra
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one of the wizard craftsmen of old who chiselled the stupendous
Sphinx, had sought to carve some magnificent statue from the living
rock and given up the task after completing the features. Six miles
below the Profile is the Flume and Flume House, reached by stage,
and within easy driving distance is North Woodstock. To the south
and west of Fabyans lies a wilderness, mountainous and wild in the
extreme, and to the north and east tower the lofty heights of the
Presidential range. A branch line, six miles long, runs from Fabyans
along the bank of the Ammonoosuc and past its pretty falls to the
base of Mount Washington, whence the Mount Washington Rd.
carries visitors to the summit, 6,293 feet above the sea.
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The summit of the mountain is occupied 'by a large hotel.
While the majority of tourists devote only one day to Mount Washington, those who remain over at least one night on the top of the
peak are abundantly rewarded. The incline railway by which the
ascent of the mountain is made has been in operation since 1869,
and is the model for the similar railroads in "the Alps. The total
length of the line is nearly three miles, and the time of ascent about
one and a half hours. Precautions for safety are so numerous that
an accident .is impossible.
A narrow pass leading southward from Fabyans carries the
Maine Central Rd. from the Connecticut slope to that of the Atlantic.
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In the jaws of this pass, one-half mile beyond Fabyans, stands the
Mount Pleasant House, one of the most popular mountain resorts, and
four miles further is the celebrated Crawford House, occupying a
secluded nook at the base of Mount Clinton. A little pond just in
front of this hotel is the source of the Saco river, which flows thence
southward through the White Mountain range and outward to the
ocean at Portland.
Turning southward from the Crawford House the railway next
passes through the narrow "Gate of the Notch," winds its way by
i skillful engineering along the sheer western slope of Mounts Willey
and Field, and thence follows the Saco through a narrow canon for
I several miles down past the Willey House, Bemis, Upper Bartlett, Glen
: Station, Lower Bartlett and the Intervale House to North Conway,
j where the valley expands, and furnishes some of the most beautiful
[scenes in New Hampshire.
The Maine Central Rd. proceeds southward from North Conway
i 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
jSebago lake to Portland, Me., and thence eastward to all points in
the State of Maine and the Maritime Provinces. This is a rich farming country, presenting charming landscapes and many different tours,
including those leading to Bar Harbor, Old Orchard Beach, Poland
I Springs, the Maritime Provinces, Boston, etc. In the immediate
vicinity of Portland 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
& Boston Air Line*
route followed in this case is similar
to the one just described (to Portland
via the White  Mountains), as far as
St.  Johnsbury.    Below that town the
Vw*Passumpsic river is  crossed  and re-
crossed several times ere its mouth is
reached,   a few miles before arriving
at Wells River Junction, where connection is made for Lisbon, Sugar Hill
and  Littleton, the trip  between   the
two latter places being made by stage.
'Continuing on the way to Boston, the
Connecticut is crossed at Wells River,
• and proceeding southward over the hilly
region that divides the tributaries of
the  Connecticut   from   those   of the
Merrimack, we descend towards the Merrimack valley by way of the
gorge of Baker's river, one of the headwaters of the Pemigewasset.  The
towns of Haverhill, Wentworth, Warren and Rumney (all in New Hampshire) are passed.    Fine views are obtained of the White Mountains
close upon the left, with Moosilauke prominently conspicuous.   Further
on Mount Washington is grandly revealed across Lake Winnipesaukee.
At Plymouth, N.H., situated at the junction of Baker's river with the
Pemigewasset, a branch line runs northward to North Woodstock,
whence the Flume and Profile hotels are reached by stage as previously  referred  to.      Plymouth  appears  like  a  scrap  of   outside
civilization deposited among guardian mountains for safe keeping, the
surroundings   being wonderfully  pleasing.      Soon  Winnipesaukee's
shore is reached, with the villages of Lakeport, Laconia and Weirs,
with good hotels and all facilities for spending a holiday ; Weirs being
the landing-place for the steamers plying upon the lake.    At the city
of Laconia, nestling near the base of Mt. Belknap, the lake is left
behind, and the line follows the valley of the Winnipesaukee river,
and ere long Concord, the capital of New Hampshire, is reached,
Passing on from Concord and following the Merrimack river, the next
point of special interest is the great factory city of Manchester.
From thence the route passes through the busy " cotton " cities and
flourishing towns of New Hampshire, including Nashua and Lowell,
until=the train rolls into Boston, and the run of less than twelve hours
from Montreal is completed.
A pleasant way for the traveller to reach New York from Boston
is by the Fall River Line. Reference to the list of tours will show
that in several cases a round trip is provided between Montreal and
Boston, via St. Johnsbury, Fabyans and Portland, and return via
Plymouth and Wells river, or vice versa. V.
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 or Portland for
reaching noted points of summer travel.
Between Boston and Portland large and
elegantly appointed steamers ply by day
and night ; or should the trip by rail
be preferred, a succession of interesting
seaports are traversed, ranking among the
earliest settlements on the New England seaboard, viz. : Lynn, Salem, Ipswich, New-
buryport, 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 fine on which
trains run every hour. The traveller can reach Mount Desert (Bar
Harbor) from Greenville by rail as mentioned in connection with the
Short Line, or from Portland by the Maine Central Road, or by
steamer from 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 Mountain, from which an ii
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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.
(Adirondack Route)*
New York is most easily and pleasantly reached from Montreal
by the New York Central Rd. (Adirondack Route). Trains 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 bank 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. ^ SPECIAL   |
INFORMATION    w
CONNECTION
WITH
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■— 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, Hamilton, Toronto, etc., instead of reading
"all rail Canadian Pacific Railway to Montreal" can be varied
to read (eastbound only) from Tordhto 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.:
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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,
wiH 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.
2.
3.
Canadian  Pacific Steamship Line to  Owen  Sound  or
Windsor.
Canadian Pacific Ry.
Canadian Pacific Ry.
Canadian Pacific Ry. to North Bay.
Grand Trunk Ry. to Toronto.
Canadian Pacific Ry.
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line to Sault Ste. Marie.
Canadian Pacific Ry. to North Bay.
Grand Trunk Ry. to Toronto.
Canadian Pacific Ry. Bastern Cours
Co the JMaritime provinces* Lower St*
Lawrence* Cdbite JMountaine* Hdir-
ondacks* and the Seaside*
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 " J oon Lake House  305
Return same route. R
Route R 3
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     11
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Saranac Lake 313
Stage " Hotel Algonquin 307
Return same route. R
Route R 4
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd...." Saranac Lake 313
Saranac & Lake Placid Rd " Lake Placid  311
Return same route. R
Route R 5
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Saranac Inn Station  313
Stage " baranac Inn Hotel  308
Steamer '' Destination  312
Return same route. R
Route R 6
Canadian Pacific Rv 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 7
Canadian Pacific Ry *. to Montreal     14
N ew York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " Childwold Station  313
Stage " Hotel Childwold  310
Return same route. R
Route R 8
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal    14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd *' Saranac Inn Station  313
Stage " Saranac Inn Hotel  308
Return same route. R
Route R 9
Canadian 1 acific Ry to Montreal ^
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Long Lake Station .. VR T Skel.
Anderson & Moyenham Stage Line      " Long Lake Village.. J
Return same route.
Route R 10
Canadian Pacific Ry to
New York Central & Hudson River Rd...
Saranac & Lake Placid Rd	
Agnew's Stage Line " Cascade Lake House.
Return same route.
Route R 11
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal ^
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " Fulton Chain J-R T Skel.
Montreal	
Saranac Lake
Lake Placid..
R T Skel.
 '* Old Forge.
Return same route.
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Fulton Chain Rd	
RouteR12
Same as Route R 11 to Old Forge I R T Skel
Crosby Trans. Co " Destination i *
Return same route.
Route R 13
Same as Route R 9 to Long Lake Village • • \ jj i> Skel
J. C. Potter's Stage Line " Destination /
Return same route.
For rates see page 48. 48
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49
Albany, N. Y
Route R 11
From Quebec $18.25
"     Montreal    13.25
"    Ottawa   18.25
"    Prescott   18.25
"    Brockville   18.85
"    Toronto  28.25
"    Hamilton   30.05
,, and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $33.35
St. Thomas  33.75
Niagara FaUs   30.50
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Buffalo *$32 25  31.45
Detroit  35.75
Sault Ste. Marie  37.25"
Fort William  51.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Albany 313
Return same route. R
AND
From
Albany,  N. Y.,
Route R 15
From Montreal $24.25
f?    Ottawa  24.25
R    Prescott  24.25       "
"     Brockville   24.25       "
"     Toronto and Hamilton.. 24.25       "
|    London  28.10       "
Canadian Pacific Ry to
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... "
Return.
Rates as follows:
St. Thomas $28.35
Niagara Falls    24.25
Buffalo   24.25
Detroit   32.95
Sault Ste. Marie    40.75
Fort William   54.75
Montreal     14
Albany 313
Lewiston 167
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.
Niagara Navigation Co " Toronto      62
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. " Buffalo..'.  167
Michigan Central Rd " Starting Point  248
These rates are good by steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be SO cents additional for steamer from
Toronto and 50 cents additional for steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
Route R 16
From Montreal $16.45
"     Ottawa and Prescott... 21.45
"     Brockville  22.05
%    Toronto  31.45
|    Hamilton  33.25
|    NiagaraFalls  33.70
Bangor, Me., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Buffalo $33.70
"     London  36.55
"     St. Thomas  36.95
"     Detroit  38.95
"     Sault Ste. Marie  37.95
"      Fort William  61.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc  253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd " Oldtown  158
MaineCentral Rd '   Bangor  124
Return same route. R
Bangor, Me., and Return.
Route R 17 Rates same as for Route R 16.
Canadian Pacific Ry ,. to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Bangor....   124
Return same route. R
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.
Route R 18
From Quebec t$21.50
"     Montreal t  17.50
"    Ottawa t 22.5§
"    Prescott t 22.50
"     Brockville t 23.10
"    Toronto t 32.50
"    Hamilton t 34.30
Rates as follows :
From London t$37.60
"     St. Thomas t 38.00
"      NiagaraFalls t  34.75
"     Buffalo t 34.75
"     Detroit f 40.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie t 49.00
"     Fort William t 63.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  2/0
Boston & Maine Rd    •' Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Rockland  124
Portland Mount Desert & Machias Steamboat Company " Bar Harbor  283
Return same route. R
t Rates will be $1.00 less for tickets reading as above to Portland.
Portland, Mount Desert & Machias S.B. Co. to Bar Harbor     73
Return same route.
See page 45 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 (f 6) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 46_ lor routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
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Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.
Route R 19
From Quebec t$23.00.
" Montreal.... t 19.00.
" Ottawa t 24.00.
" Prescott ....t 21.00
I Brockville...t 24.60
" Toronto
" Hamilton
Canadian Pacific Ry
Boston & Maine Rd
Maine Central Rd..
.t 34.00.
t 35.80..
Rates as follows:
.$24.70 From London.. *$41.55 t$39.10
.1970 "     St.Thomas *i 1.55 t 39.50
.24.70 "     Niagara Falls.... t 36.25
.24.70       "     Buffalo t 36 25
. 25.30       "      Detroit   	
.34.70 1     Sault Ste. Marie..t 50.50
. 36.50 "     Fort William ... .t 61.50
 to Newport ...
 " Lunenburg.,
 l< Bar Harbor
Return same route.
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.
Route R 20 Rates same as for Route R 19.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc	
Bangor & Aroostook Rd " Oldtown ;
Maine Central Rd " Bar Harbor	
Return same route.
.$39.80
. 40.20
. 36.95
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Route R 21
From Quebec $26 00 From
" Montreal   22.00 "
" Ottawa   27.00
| Prescott   27.00 "
| Brockville      27-60 "
" Toronto    37-00 "
" Hamilton   38-80 "
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Bangor & Aroostook Rd "
Maine Central Rd "
Portland Mount Desert & Machias Steamboat Company "
Maine Central Rd "
Boston & Maine Rd  "
Canadian Pacific Ry "
Rates as follows :
London $42.10
St. Thomas    42-50
Niagara Falls     39.25
Buffalo *$41.00...  40.20
Detroit    44.50
Sault Ste. Marie    53.50
Fort William   67-50
Greenville Junc  253
Oldtown  158
Bar Harbor  124
Rockland  283
Lunenburg 124
Newport  243
Starting Point  250
Bar Harbor, Me. (Mount Desert), and Return.  R W
Route R 22
Frjm Quebec $27-53
" Montreal  23.50
" Ottawa  28.50
" Prescott  28 50
" Brockville  29.10
" Toronto   38.50
" Hamilton  40-30
Rates as follows :
From London " $43.60
"     St   Thomas  44.00
"     NiagaraFalls  40.75
"     Buffalo *42.50.... 41.70
"     Detroit  46.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie   55.00
"     Fort William  69.00
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Greenville Junc  253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd " Oldtown  158
Maine Central Rd " Bar Harbor  124
Maine Central Rd " Lunenburg  124
Boston & Maine Rd | Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
Bar Harbor, Me., and]Return.
Route R 23 Rates as follows :
From St. John, N.B $11.00   From Houlton $10.00
"     Fredericton    11.00       "     Woodstock, N.B  10.00
"     St. Andrews     9.50       "     Fort Fairfield    12.50
"     St Stephen     9 50       |     Caribou      12.50
From Presque Isle $12.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro ),.. D
Maine Central Rd    | Bar Harbor r7o-lK
Return same route.
Continuous passage each way.    Time limit one month.
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
t Rates prefixed t are limited to continuous passage between Portland or
Greenville Junction and Bar Harbor. EASTERN  TOURS
51
Bluff Point, N.Y. (Hotel Champlain), and Return.
Route R 24
From Quebec $ 9.55
"     Montreal      4.55
'•     Ottawa     9.55
"     Prescott      9.55
"     Brockville    10.15
|     Toronto    19.55
•'      Hamilton        21.35
Canadian Pacific Ry .*.  to Montreal....
Grand Trunk Ry " Rouses Point
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Bluff Point..
B ates as follows :
From London  $24.65
•'     St.Thomas  25.05
"     NiagaraFalls   21.80
"     Buffalo *$23.55..  22.75
"     Detroit   27.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie   36-05
44     Fort William    40.05
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   130
Return same route.
Boston, Mass
Route R 25
From Quebfc	
"     Montreal...
"     Ottawa	
"     Prescott	
"     Brockville ..
44     Toronto	
•' Hamilton ...
Canadian Pacific Ry
Boston & Maine Rd
*$21.55.
* 22.25.
* 33.50.
* 34.50
, and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London *$38.05.
"     St. Thomas  * 38.CO.
|     NiagaraFalls....* 34.50.
|!     Buffalo * 34.50.
"     Detroit * 39.30.
M     Sault Ste. Marie.* 50.00.
44     Fort William ....* 64-00.
 to Newport	
 '■' Boston	
Return same route.
.$18.f0
. -15.50
18.00
17.20
17.20
4/7.65
29.45
$32.75
33.15
29-90
29.90
.  37.55
44.15
58.15
...250
... 325
R
Route R 26
From Quelec...
"     Montreal
Boston, Mass., and Return.
Ottawa §
Prescott .... §
Brockville §
Toronto .... §
Hamilton ... §
§ $15.00.
.$18.00
15.50
20.50
20.50
21.10
30.50
32.30
Rat es as follows :
From London  §$35.10.
"     St. Thomas    ....§ 35.50.
''     Niagara Falls.... § 32.25.
"     Buffalo § 32.25.
"     Detroit § 37.50.
1     Sault Ste. Marie.§ 46.50.
44      Fort William .... § 60 50.
20.00
20.00..
20.60..
30. Of...
31.80..
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg
Maine Central Rd " Portland ..
Boston & Maine Rd "Boston	
Return same route.
Boston, Mass., and Return. R JV
Route R 27                                                                     Rates as follows:
From Quebec $i2.00   From London     $39.40
.$35.60
. 36-00
. 32.75
. 32.75
. 38.00
. 47-00
. 61.00
...250
...243
...244
... 10
R
St. Thomas    39.80
NiagaraFalls   36-55
Buffalo   36.55
Detroit    41.80
Sault Ste. Marie   50.80
Fort William   64.80
250
243
244
10
325
250
Montreal   1930
"     Ottawa   24.30
"     Prescott   24.30
*'     Brockville-   24.90
"      Toronto    34.30
"     Hamilton   36.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg	
Maine Central Rd " Portland ,
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston	
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport... JJ ..
Canadian Pacific Rv " Starting Point
Boston, Mass., and Return. R W
Route R 28 Rates same as for Route R 27.
Canadian Pacific Rv to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg 243
Maine Central Rd " Fabyans 124
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston  123
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
Boston,  Mass., and Return. R W
Route R 29 Rates same as for Route R 27.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd '' Intervale June  236
Boston & Maine Rd. " Boston  123
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
See paere 45 for additional charges for tickets reading via 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 ail or River St. Lawrence to Montreal; or
Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to Montreal.
See page 46 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. Boston,   Mass., and
Route R 30
From Quebec $20.50
"     Montreal..    17.50
44    Ottawa....   22.50
"     Prescott   22.50
"     Brockvdle    23.10
"     Toronto   32.50
44     Hamilton   34.30
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg
Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $37.60
"     St. Thomas  38.00
"     NiagaraFalls  34.75
44     Buffalo  34.75
44     Detroit     40.00
44      Sault Ste. Marie 49.00
44     Fort William   63.00
  250
  243
Maine Central Rd " Portland  244
Steamer 4< Boston 105
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport     325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point 250
Boston,  Mass., and  Return. R W
ic Route R 31
From Quebec $23.30
4"    Montreal    23.30
44     Ottawa    23.30
44     Prescott    28.30
41    Brockville    23.90
44     Toronto   38.30
44     Hamilton   40.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec
Ferry 44 Levis
Rates as follows :
From London $43.40
"     St. Thomas 43-80
'4     Niagara Falls  40.55
44     Buffalo 40.55
,4     Detroit  45.80
4       Sauk Ste. Marie  44.80
|     Fort William 68.80
  252
    33
Quebec Central Ry 44 Sherbrooke     84
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg     123
Maine Central Rd    ... " Portland 244
Boston & Maine Rd 4< Boston     10
Boston & Maine Rd 4' Ne .vport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry 4' Starting Point.  250
Boston,
Route R 32
From Quebec $29.30
'•     Montreal    25.30
'•     Ottawa  30.30
|     Prescott 30.30
"     Brockville 30.90
4      Toronto  40.30
"     Hamilton  42.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc.
Bangor & Aroostook Rd '' Oldtown
Mass., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London  $45.40
44     St.Thomas 45.80
41     NiagaraFalls  42.55
"     Buffalo  42.55
44     Detroit 47-80
44     Sault Ste. Marie  56.80
Fort William  70.80
253
158
Maine Central Rd " Portland  124
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     10
Boston & Maine Rd 4" Newport  M 325
Canadian Pacific Ry.; " Starting Point  250
Boston, Mass.
Route R 33
From Quebec     $34.15
*v     Montreal    30.15
41     Ottawa     30.15
|     Prescott  30.15
44     Brockville 30.15
"     Toronto   30.15
Hamilton  30.15
j and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London  $34.00
"     St  Thomas  34.25
44     NiagaraFalls  30.15
"     Buffalo 30.15
"     Detroit 38.85
44     Sault Ste. Marie  46.65
Fort William  60.65
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport „  250
Boston & Maine Rd  ,4 Boston  325
Boston & Albany Rd 4' Albany  132
New York Central & Hudson River Rd   44 Lewiston  167
Niagara Navigation Co  44 Toronto     62
Canadian Pacific Ry  4' Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. 4< Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd  " Starting Point  248
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.
it This route may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Ry to Dudswell June  246
Maine Central Rd | Portland  247
and from Lunenburg to Boston via
Maine Central Rd to Intervale Junc  236
Boston & Maine Rd || Boston 123
See page 45 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockvilie or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 46 for routes by whxh tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. W?M> EASTERN   TOURS
53
Boston, Mass., and Return.
RW
Route R 34 Rates $1.30 higher than for Route R 33
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport       250
Boston & Maine Rd  44 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd  4< Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd    44 Boston  10
Boston & Albany Rd  " Albany  132
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... 44 Lewiston  167
Niagara Navigation Co  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. " Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd  " Starting Point  248
Boston, Mass., and Return.
R W
Route R 35
Rates as follows
From London $38.00
4     St. Thomas  38.25
44   NiagaraFalls 34.15
44   Buffalo 34.15
44    Detroit 42 85
44   Sault Ste. Marie  50.65
From Quebec $34.15
44     Montreal 34.15
"     Ottawa 34.15
44     Prescott  34.15
44     Brockville  34.15
44     Toronto and Hamilton 34.15
From Fort William $64.65
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry   4' Levis     33
Quebec Central Ry ■  ,4 Sherbrooke     84
Boston & Maine Rd     " Boston  123
Boston & Albany Rd    *4 Albany  132
New York Central & Hudson River Rd   " Lewiston  167
Niagara Navigation Co  4< Toronto        64
Canadian Pacific Ry  4l Starting Point    14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson RiverRd. 44 Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd '   Starting Point  248
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. R W
if Route R 36 Rates $1.30 higher than for Route R 35
Same as Route R 35 to Sherbrooke.
Boston & Maine Rd  44 Lunenburg  123
Maine Central Rd  44 Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd      .."Boston     10
Same as Route R 35 for remainder of trip.
Boston, Mass., and Return.
Route R 37
Rates as follows :
From Quebec $49-00
|     Montreal  46.00
"     Ottawa 46.00
"     Prescott  46.00
"     Brockville  46-00
44     Toronto  46.00
"     Hamilton    46.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
Intercolonial Ry  4" Halifax
From London $49.85
"     St. Thomas  50.10
44     NiagaraFalls 46.00
"     Buffalo .'46.00
4     Detroit    54.70
"     Sault Ste. Marie 62.50
44     Fort William 76.50
  251
    36
Yarmouth 304
Boston  184
Fall River  137
New York  138
Lewiston  167
Dominion Atlantic Ry
Yarmouth S. S. Co	
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd	
Fall River Line	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd...
Niagara Navigation Co  4< Toronto—-     62
Canadian Pacific Ry    .. .••;•••.■ *' Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. " Buffalo 167
Michigan Central Rd      '' Starting Point       248
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.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany 328
85 cents less.
if This route may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Ry to Dudswell Junc  246
Maine Central Rd   '■ Portland. 247
and from Lunenburg to Boston via
Maine Central Rd to Intervale Junc  236
Boston & Maine Rd 44 Boston  123 ■r^—
54
EASTERN  TOURS
Boston, Mass., and Return. R W
'Rates as follows:
From Fort Fairfield $18.60
"     Cariboo  I860
44     Presquelsle  18.60
44     Houlton &Woodstock,N.B. 15-85
..    14
50
Route R 38
From St. John, N.B.$16.00.. J$14.50
" St. Andrews.. 16.00.. J 14.50
" St. Stephen... 16.00.. J 14.50
44      Fredericton...   17-00-4 15.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro
Maine Central Rd ; '4 Portland ..
Boston & Maine Rd
 "Boston     10
Return same route. R
t R. T. 2017-    Continuous passage each way.
Boston, Mass., and Return.
Route R 39
Rate as follows:
From St. John, N.B $13.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro	
Maine Central Rd " Portland	
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston	
InternationalS. S. Co " St John, N.B..
Return same route.
14
50
10
39
R
Charlottetown, P.E.I., and Return.
Route R 40
From Quebec $25.95
Montreal  25.95
|     Ottawa  30.95
44     Prescott  30-95
"    Brockville  31.55
"     Toronto  40.95
44    Hamilton *$44 95.. 41 35
Rates as follows :
From London *$48.50. .$45 20
"     St. Thomas * 49.05.. 45.45
" Niagara Falls ... .* 44.95.. 41.35
44     Buffalo * 44.95-. 41.35
il     Detroit \  18.45
"     Sault Ste. Marie  57.45
44     Fort William  71-45
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B..
Intercolonial Ry " Point du Chene.
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co (Ltd.) " Summerside....
Prince Edward Island Ry '4.Charlottetown..
Return same route.
251
38
81
79
R
Charlottetown, P.E.I., and Return.
R W
Route R 41
Rates as follows
From Quebec $30.45
" Montreal  30.45
44 Ottawa  35.45
" Prescott   35.45
" Brockville  36.05
44 Toronto  45.45
44 Hamilton  47.25
From London $50.55
St.Thomas     50.95
44       Niagara Falls  47-70
Buffalo *$49.45.. 48.65
"       Detroit 52.95
"       Sault Ste. Marie 61.95
44       Fort William  75.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry  " Point du Chene.
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd). " Summerside....
Prince Edward Island Ry  " Charlottetown..
Prince Edward Island Ry  " Summerside....
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd ) " Point du Chene.
Intercolonial Ry  " Levis
Ferry
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point
38
81
79
79
81
35
Quebec     33
252
Charlottetown, P.E.I., and Return.
R W
Route R 42
Rates as follows
From Quebec $28.70
" Montreal  28.70
| Ottawa 33.70
" Prescott  33.70
" Brockville  34.30
" Toronto  43.70
44 Hamlton 45.50
From London $48.80
St. Thomas  49.20
44       Niagara Falls  45.95
Buffalo *$47.70.. 46-90
Detroit  51.2C
Sault Ste. Marie  60.20
Fort William     74.20
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Quebec Steamship Co   '4 Charlottetown     85
Prince Edward Island Ry   " Summerside     79
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) " Point du Chene     81
Intercolonial Ry   " St.John.N.B     38
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Starting Point  251
See page 45 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav, Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
by Ottawa 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.46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN  TOURS
55
Charlottetown,
Route R 43
From Montreal $23.70
Ottawa and Prescott ..28 70
Brockville  29.30
Toronto  38-70
Hamilton  40.50
London  43-80
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec
Quebec Steamship Co ....
P.E.I., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $44.20
Niagara Falls 40.95
Buffalo *$42.70.. 41.90
44       Detroit  46.20
44       Sault Ste. Marie 55.20
Fort William  69.20
  252
Charlottetown '     85
Return same route. R
Chicoutimi and Ha Ha Bay, Que., and Return.   RW
Route R 44
Daylight Trip.
Rates as follows
From Montreal $15.00
Ottawa and Prescott... 20.00
"     Brockville  20.60
"     Toronto  30.00
"      Hamilton  31.80
44     London 35.10
From St. Thomas $35.50
44     NiagaraFalls 32.25
"     Buffalo *$34.00.   33.20
"      Detroit 37.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 46.50
44     Fort William 60.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry  " Roberval  282
Quebec & Lake St John Ry           " Chicoutimi  282
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co   " Quebec     90
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point  252
Chicoutimi and Ha Ha Bay, Que., and Return.
See Routes R81, 85, 86 and 118.
Route R 45
From Quebec $23.50
4      Montreal   23.50
"     Ottawa  28.50
"     Prescott  28.50
44     Brockville  29.10
"     Toronto  38.50
44     Hamilton  38.50
Digby, N.S., and Return.
Rates as follows
London *$16.05. .$42.35
St.Thomas    ....* 46.05.. 42.60
Niagara Falls....* 12.50.. 38.50
Buffalo * 42.50.. 38.50
Detroit  46.00
Sault Ste. Marie  55.00
Fort William  69.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N. B
251
S.S. Prince Rupert.
Digby     321
Return same route. R
Route R 46
Eastport, Me., and Return.
Rates as follows
From Quebec $16.70
Montreal   16.70
"     Ottawa  21.70
Prescott  21.70
"     Brockville  22.30
44     Toronto 31.70
"     Hamilton  33.50
From London $36.80
"     St Thomas  37.20
"     Niagara Falls 33.95
"     Buffalo 33.95
"      Detroit....   39.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie  48.20
44     Fort William    62.20
Canadian Pacific Ry  to St. Andrews     14
Frontier Steamboat Co " Eastport  163
Return same route R
Fredericton, N.B., and Return.
Route R 47
From Quebec $19.70
Montreal  19.70
Ottawa  21.70
Prescott  24.70
Brockville 25.30
Toronto  34 70
Hamilton 36.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fredericton
Return same route.
Rates as follows:
From London $39.80
44     St Thomas  40.20
"     NiagaraFalls  36.95
"     Buffalo 36.95
44     Detroit 42.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie 51.20
44     Fort William   65.20
     14
R
See page 45 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) O ctawa
to Montreal.
See page 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. 56
EASTERN  TOURS
GaspE, Que., or Perce, Que., and Return.
Route R 48
To Gasp6
From Montreal .. .$18-60
44     Ottawa 23.60
44 Prescott
44 Brockville ..
44 Toronto....
44 Hamilton ..
" London 	
Canadian Pacific Ry ..
Quebec Steamship Co.
23.60
24.20
33.60
35.40
38.70
To Perc6
$19-45
24.45
24.45
25.05
34.45
36.25
39.55
Rates as follows:
To Gasp6 To Perc6
From St Thomas ... $39.10 $39.95
"     Niagara Falls.. 35.85 36.70
i     Buffalo  36.80 37.65
do "37.60 *38.45
"     Detroit  41.10 41.95
"     Sault Ste. Marie 50.10 50.95
44     Fort William... 64.10 64.95
 to Quebec 252
 " Destination     85
Return same route. R
Route R 49
GaspE Coast Resorts and Return.
Rates as follows
Gaspe1 or
Grand
River
New Rich
New
Port
—FROM—
or Perce1
Carleton,
mond,
Carlisle,
Paspebiac
Daniel
or Ste.
Que.
Que.
Que.
Que.
Que.
Adelaide
de Pabos,
Que
21.10
26.10
26.10
26.70
36.10
16.60
21.60
21.60
22.20
31.60
17.60
22.60
22.60
23.20
32.60
19.60
24.60
24.60
25.20
34.60
20.10
25.10
25.10
25.70
35.10
20.60
25.60
25.60
26.20
Toronto	
35.60
37.90
33.40
34.40
36.40
36.90
37.40
41-20
41.60
38.35
36.70
37.10
33.85
37.70
38.10
34.85
39.70
40.10
36.85
40.20
40.60
37.35
40.70
St. Thomas	
41.10
Niagara Falls 	
37.85
Buffalo	
39.30
*40.10
43.60
52.60
66.60
34.80
*35.60
39.10
48.10
62.10
35.80
*36.60
40.10
49.10
63.10
37.80
*38.60
42.10
51.10
65.10
38.30
*39.10
42.60
51. HO
65.60
38.80
do	
*39.60
43.10
Sault Ste. Marie	
52.10
Fort William 	
66.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry " Levis     33
Intercolonial Ry " Dalhousie  35
North American Trans. Co " Destination  346
Return same route. R
Greenville, Me. (Moosehead Lake), and Return.
Route R 50
From Quebec $15.00
"     Montreal  12.00
1     Ottawa  17.00
"     Prescott  17.00
|      Brockville   17.60
44     Toronto  27.00
I     Hamilton  28.80
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc
Return same route.
Rates as follows:
From London $32.10
" St. Thomas  32.50
" Niagara Falls  29.25
| Buffalo *$31.00.. 30.20
" Detroit 34.50
" Sault Ste. Marie  43.50
44 Fort William  57.50
  253
R
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 51
From Quebec $25.00
44     Montreal  25.00
44     Ottawa  30-00
'     Prescott  30.00
"      Brockville 30.60
"     Toronto     40.00
44     Hamilton  41-80
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Intercolonial Ry  " Halifax
Return same route
Rates as follows:
From London $45.10
"     St. Thomas 45.50
"     Niagara Falls 42.25
"     Buffalo  42.25
"     Detroit  47.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  56.50
44      Fort William 70.60
... to St. John, N. B  251
    36
R
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN   TOURS
57
Halifax, N.S, and Return.
Route R 52 Rates same as for Route R 51
Canadian Pacific Ry to St John, N.B	
S  S. Prince Rupert " Digby	
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Halifax	
Return same route.
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 53 Rates same as for Route R 51
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec	
Ferry  " Levis	
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax	
Return same route.
Halifax, N.S.,and Return.
Route R 54 Rates same as for Route R 51
Canadian Pacific Ry to St John, N.B	
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax	
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Digby	
S. S. Prince Rupert   "St. John, N.B	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point	
251
321
326
R
252
33
35
R
RW
251
36
326
321
251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
RW
Route R 55
From Quebec ,... .$30.00
" Montreal  30.00
" Ottawa  35.00
" Prescott  35.00
" Brockville 35.60
" Toronto. .•.  45.00
" Hamilton 46.80
Rates as follows:
From London $50.10
44     St. Thomas 50.50
44     NiagaraFalls 47.25
"     Buffalo *$49.00... 48.20
"      Detroit   52.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie 61.50
"     Fort William  75.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B 251
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax     36
Intercolonial Ry " Levis              35
Ferry          " Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  252
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 56 Rates same as for Route R 55
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B	
S. S. Prince Rupert " Digby •    	
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Halifax	
Intercolonial Ry 4< Levis	
Ferry " Quebec	
RW
Canadian Pacific Ry.
  251
    65
 326
     35
    33
Parting Point  252
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 57
From Montreal .$31.40
Ottawa and Prescott... 36.40
"     Brockville  37.00
'4     Toronto  46.40
"     Hamilton 48.20
44     London 51.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec	
Quebec Steamship Co " Pictou	
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax
.Intercolonial Ry "St. John, N.B.
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $51.90
"     NiagaraFalls 48.65
'4     Buffalo *$50.40... 49.60
"     Detroit 53.90
"     Sault Ste. Marie 62.90
44     Fort William 76.90
  252
 • 85
    37
    36
 251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 58 Rates same as for Route R 57
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec 252
Quebec Steamship Co " Pictou     85
Intercolonial Ry  " Halifax     37
Dominion Atlantic Ry    " Digby  326
S. S. Prince Rupert " St John, N.B .'. 321
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  251
See page 45 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 46 for routes by^which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. 58
EASTERN TOURS
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 59
From Montreal     $33.40.
"     Ottawa and Prescott... 38.40
"     Brockville 39.00
"     Toronto  48.40
"     Hamilton 50.20
"     London  53.50
Rates as follows:
From St Thomas         $53-90
"     NiagaraFalls 50.65
I     Buffalo *$52.40.. 51.60
■"     Detroit 55.90
"     Sault Ste. Marie. 64.90
"     Fort William   78.90
Canadian Pacific Ry  Jf|'  to Quebec  252
Quebec Steamship Co " Pictou     85
Intercolonial Ry , " Halifax     37
Canada Atlantic & Plant S.S. Co " Boston       162
Boston & Maine Rd  " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Route R 60
From Quebec $40.40    From
Montreal 37.40       "
Ottawa  42.40
Prescott  42.40
Brockville  43.00
Toronto  S2.40       "
Hamilton   54.20        "
Canadian Pacific Ry  to
|| Black Diamond Line "
Charlottetown Steam Nav. Co. (Ltd.) "
Intercolonial Ry "
Intercolonial Ry "
Canadian Pacific Ry     "
Rates as follows:
London $57.50
St. Thomas  57.90
Niagara Falls 54.65
Buffalo *$56.40.. 55.60
Detroit 59.90
Sault Ste. Marie   68.90
Fort William  82.90
Montreal     14
Charlottetown       2
Pictou     80
Halifax    37
St. John, N.B    36
Starting Point 251
Route R 61
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Rates same as for Route R 60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal	
||Black Diamond Line.         " Pictou	
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax	
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Digby	
S. S. Prince Rupert "St. John, N.B.
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point
14
2
37
326
321
251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
RW
Route R 62
From Quebec $33.00   Fror
" Montreal 31.00
" Ottawa  36.00
" Prescott  36.00       |
44 Brockville  36.60
" Toronto  46.00
44 Hamilton 47.80
Canadian Pacific Ry to
S.S. Prince Rupert "
Dominion Atlantic Ry "
Canada Atlantic & Plant Steamship Co.... '4
Boston & Maine Rd  "
Canadian Pacific Ry "
Rates as follows:
London $51.10
St. Thomas 51.50
NiagaraFalls 48.25
Buffalo *$50.00.. 49.20
Detroit 53.50
Sault Ste. Marie    62.50
Fort William  76.50
St. John.N.B *  251
Digby 321
Halifax  326
Boston  162
Newport 325
Starting Point  250
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
R W
Route R 63 Rates same as for Route R 62
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax     36
Canada Atlantic & Plant Steamship Co | Boston 162
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
See~page 45 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
•^""(■'•Dy 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
II Meals and Berths included. EASTERN TOURS
59
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
R W
Route R 64
From Quebec  $34.50
" Montreal     31.50
" Ottawa 36.50
" Prescott 36.50
" Brockville 37.10
" Toronto 46.50
" Hamilton  48.30
Rates as follows:
From London $51.60
"     St.Thomas  52.00
44     Niagara Falls 48.75
44     Buftalo *$50.50.. 49.70
"     Detroit 54.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie  63.00
44     Fort William 77.00
Canadian Pacific Ry     to St John.N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax  36
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Digby  26
S.S. Prince Rupert... " St John, N.B  321
International Steamship Co " Portland  40
Maine Central Rd      4< Lunenburg   244
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport     243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
Route R 65
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
Rates as follows:
R W
From Quebec $36.00
" Montreal  34.00
" Ottawa 39.00
" Prescott 39.00
" Brockville  39.60
" Toronto 49.00
" Hamilton     50.80
From London $54.10
"     St. Thomas 54.50
44     Niagara Falls  51.25
|     Buffalo *$53.00.. 52.20
"     Detroit          56.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  65.50
"     Fort William 79.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd   " Boston 325
International S. S. Co "St. John, N.B     39
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax     36
Intercolonial Ry "St. John, N.B     36
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  251
Halifax, N.S., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $52.10
"     St. Thomas  52.50
"     Niagara Falls  49.25
"     Buftalo *$51.00.. 50.20
"     Detroit  54.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  63.50
|     Fort William  77.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Vanceboro  124
Canadian Pacific Ry " St. John, N.B  251
S. S. Prince Rupert " Digby  321
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Halifax  326
Intercolonial Ry "St. John, N.B  36
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  251
Route R 66
FromQuebec $35.00
44 JVIontreal   32.00
" Ottawa    37-00
'« Prescott 37.00
" Brockville   37.60
•• Toronto    47.00
" Hamilton    48.80
Halifax, N. S., and Return,
Route R 67 Rates same as for Route R 66
Same as Route R 66 to Halifax.
Intercolonial Ry " Levis	
Ferry " Quebec	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point	
R w
342
33
252
Halifax, N. S., and Return
RW
Route R 68 Rates same as for Route R 66
Canadian Pacific Ry to St John, N.B 251
Intercolonial Ry  " Halifax     36
Intercolonial Ry ; " St. John, N.B     36
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vanceboro 251
Maine Central Rd          " Lunenburg   124
Boston & Maine Rd    " Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. ^
Halifax, N.S., and Return
R W
Route R 69
Rates as follows:
From Quebec $40.10
44     Montreal  37.10
"     Ottawa  42.10
"     Prescott  42.10
I      Brockville  42.70
"     Toronto  52.10
"     Hamilton   53.90
From London $57.20
"     St Thomas 57-60
"     Niagara Falls 54.35
"     Buffalo *$56 10.. 55.30
"     Detroit 59.60
"     Sault Ste. Marie    68.60
"     Fort William 82.60
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Boston & Maine Rd	
Maine Central Rd	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
S.S. Prince Rupert ,
Dominion Atlantic Ry	
Intercolonial Ry	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.).
Prince Edward Island Ry	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.).
Intercolonial Ry	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
to Newport  250
" Lunenburg 243
'' Vanceboro  124
"St. John, N.B 251
41 Digby  321
'Halifax 326
"Pictou     37
44 Charlottetown     80
" Summerside     79
" Point du Chene     81
"St.John.N.B     38
" Starting Point  251
Halifax, N. S., and Return
R W
Route R170
From Quebec $39.00
" Montreal  37.00
" Ottawa 42.00
" Prescott  42.00
" Brockville     42.60
" Toronto    52.00
'' Hamilton  53.80
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls    $54.25
14     Buffalo *$56 00.. 55.20
"     London  57.10
44     St. Thomas  57.50
44      Detroit : 59 50
"     Sault Ste. Marie 68.50
"     Fort William  82 50
Canadian Pacific Ry   ,    to St. John, N. B  251
Intercolonial Ry. " Halifax     36
Intercolonial Ry 4< St. John, N.B     36
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vanceboro     251
Maine Central Rd " Portland     50
Boston & Maine Rd | Boston     10
Boston & Maine Rd '' Newport 325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
Halifax, N. S., and Return
Route R 71
From Montreal    $29.45
"     Ottawa and Prescott... 34.45
44     Brockville  35.05
"     Toronto  44.45
"     Hamilton 46.25
41     London  49.55
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $49.95
"     NiagaraFalls  46.70
"     Buffalo *$48.45.. 47.65
"     Detroit  51.95
"     Sault Ste. Marie  60.95
."     Fort William  74.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec.
Quebec Steamship Co " Pictou .
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax
Return same route.
252
85
37
R
Halifax, N. S., and Return
RW
Route R 72
From
Quebec $34.00
Montreal 32.00
Ottawa       37.00
Prescott  37.00
Brockville    37.60
Toronto 47.00
Hamilton  48.80
Rates as follows:
From London    $52.10
"     St Thomas  52.50
"     NiagaraFalls     49.25
"     Buffalo  *$51.00.. 50.20
"      Detroit 54.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  63.50
"     Fort William  77.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N. B  251
Intercolonial Ry ''Halifax     36
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Yarmouth    304
Yarmouth Steamship Co " Boston     184
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
See page 45 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) cr
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to
Montreal.
See page 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
1 1 EASTERN  TOURS
61
Halifax, N. S., and Return
RW
Route R 73
From Quebec $31.20   From
44     Montreal 31.20
"     Ottawa     36.20
"     Prescott  36.20
"     Brockville  36.80
•'     Toronto 46.20
"     Hamilton 48.00
Canadian Pacific Ry        to
Intercolonial Ry "
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd). "
Prince Edward Island Ry "
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd). ''
Intercolonial Ry 4
Intercolonial Ry    4
Canadian Pacific Ry "
Rates as follows:
London $51.30
St. Thomas  51.70
Niagara Falls  48.45
Buffalo 48.45
Detroit  53.70
Sault Ste. Marie 62.70
Fort William  76.70
St. John.N.B  251
Point du Chene       38
Summerside   ,     81
Charlottetown      79
Pictou     80
Halifax     37
St. John, N. B         36
Starting Point  251
Halifax, N. S., and Return
Route R 74 Rates same as for Route R 73
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Quebec	
Ferry '' Levis	
Intercolonial Ry  " Point du Chene	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd*. " Summerside 	
Prince Edward Island Ry  '* Charlottetown 	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd). '  Pictou	
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax	
Intercolonial Ry " Levis	
Ferry    4' Quebec	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point	
RW
252
33
35
81
79
80
37
35
33
252
Halifax, N. S., and Return.
Route R 75 Rates same as for Route R 73.
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B	
S.S. Prince Rupert " Digby	
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Halifax	
Intercolonial Ry " Pictou	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) 4I Charlottetown	
RW
. 251
. 321
. 326
-   37
80
Prince Edward Island Ry 4' Summerside     79
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co (Ltd.) 4< Point du Chene     81
Intercolonial Ry "St.John.N.B  38
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point 251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
RW
Route R 76
From Quebec $34.10   From
"     Montreal  34.10
"     Ottawa  39.10
'•     Prescott  39.10
"     Brockville  39.70       "
"      Toronto   49.10
"      Hamilton 50.90        "
Canadian Pacific Ry   to
Intercolonial Ry   "
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) "
Prince Edward Island Ry  44
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) "
Intercolonial Ry "
Intercolonial Ry "
Ferry	
Canadian Pacific Ry   "
Rates as follows
London $54.20
St Thomas  54.60
Niagara Falls 51.35
Buffalo *$53.10... 52.30
Detroit  56.60
Sault Ste. Marie  65.60
Fort William  79.60
St. John, N.B  251
Point du Chene     38
Summerside     81
Charlottetown      79
Pictou     80
Halifax     37
Levis    35
Quebec    33
Starting Point  252
Halifax, N.S., and Return. R W
Route R 77 Rates same as for Route R 76.
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
S. S. Prince Rupert    • Digby 321
Dominion Atlantic Ry '" Halifax 326
Intercolonial Ry 4   Pictou     37
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) " Charlottetown      80
Prince Edward Island Ry  " Summerside     79
Point du Chene     31
Levis          35
Quebec     33
Starting Point  252
ets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
Charlottetown Steam Na> igation Co. (Ltd.
Intercolonial Ry	
Ferry	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
See paere 45 for additional charges for tic
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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. 62
EASTERN TOURS
Halifax, N.S'., and Return.
R W
Route R 78
Rates as follows
From Quebec $31.60
"     Montreal 31.60
"     Ottawa 36.60
Prescott  36.60
"     Brockville 37.20
"     Toronto 46.60
44     Hamilton  48.40
From London    $51.70
"     St. Thomas 52.10
"     NiagaraFalls 48.85
"     Buffalo *$50 60.. 49.80
"     Detroit 54.10
"     Sault Ste. Marie 63.10
44     Fort William  77.10
Canadian Pacific Ry	
S. S. Prince Rupert	
Dominion Atlantic Ry	
Intercolonial Ry	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd )
Prince Edward Island Ry	
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.)
Intercolonial Ry	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
to St. John, N.B  251
" Digby 321
44 Halifax 326
Pictou    37
Charlottetown    80
Summerside     79
Point du Chene     81
St. John N.B    38
Starting Point 251
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
R W
Route R 79
From Quebec  $38.00
44 Montreal  36-00
" Ottawa 41-00
" Prescott  41.00
| Brockville  41.60
" Toronto 51.00
" Hamilton  52.80
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B
S. S. Prince Rupert " Digby	
Rates as follows:
From London $56.10
"     St. Thomas 56.50
"     Niagara Falls 53-25
"     Buffalo *$55.00.. 54.20
"     Detroit 58.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 67-50
"      Fort William 81.50
251
321
Dominion Atlantic Ry
Canada Atlantic & Plant S. S. Line....
N. Y. N. H. & H. Rd	
Fall River Line	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd
Canadian Pacific Ry	
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany	
40 cents less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany	
$1.05 less.
Halifax 326
Boston   162
Fall River 137
New York  138
Montreal     .313
Starting Point     14
136
328
Halifax, N.S., and Return.
RW
Route R 80 Rates $1.50 higher than for Route R 79.
Same as Route R 79 to New York.
New York Central & Hudson River Rd..     " Albany  135
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Caldwell  130
Lake George S. B. Co " Baldwin 131
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Fort Ticonderoga  130
Champlain Trans. Co <4 Plattsburgh  151
Delaware & Hudson Rd   '* Rouses Point  130
Grand Trunk Ry " Montreal  185
Canadian Pacific Ry <c Starting Point        14
To Intercolonial Ry. Points and Return.
(For Rates see page 63).
Route R 81
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B 251
Intercolonial Ry  " Destination  187
Return same route. R
Route R 82
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec 252
Ferry " Levis     33
Intercolonial Ry '4 Destination    35
See page 45 for additional charges for tickets readingby Richelieu & Ontario
Nav. Co. from Toronto, Kingston, Brockville or Prescott to Montreal or
bv Ottawa Riv. 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN  TOURS
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64
EASTERN   TOURS
Lake Memphremagog, Que., and Return.     R W
Route R 83
From Montreal  $ 5.00
14 Ottawa and Prescott  10.00
44 Brockville    10.60
" Toronto  20.00
% Hamilton  21.80
" London  25.10
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $25.50
"     NiagaraFalls  22.25
"     Buffalo *24.00... 23.20
"     Detroit 27-50
|     Sault Ste. Marie  36.50
44     Fort William  50.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Magog     14
Steamer *4 Newport 164
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point 250
Lake St. John (Roberval), Que., and Return.
(See Route R 118).
Lower  St.
Route R 84
Lawrence  and Saguenay River  Resorts and
Return.
-from-
Montreal	
Ottawa and Prescott
Brockville	
Toronto	
Hamilton	
London 	
St. Thomas	
Niagara Falls	
Buffalo  	
do	
Detroit	
Sault Ste. Marie	
Fort William	
-TO	
Chicoutimi
and
Ha Ha Bay.
$12.00
17.00
17.60
27.00
28.80
32.10
32.50
29.25
30.20
*31.00
34.50
43.50
57.50
Tadousac
$10.00
15.00
15.60
25.00
26 80
30.10
30.50
27.25
28.20
*29.00
32.50
41.50
55.50
Riviere.
du Loup and
| Murray Bay
$9.00
14.00
14.60
24.00
25.80
29.10
29.50
26.25
27.20
*28.00
31.50
40.50
54.50
Bale
St. Paul.
$8.00
13.00
13.60
23.00
24 80
28.10
28.50
25.25
26.20
*27.00
30.50
39.50
53.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal
Can. Pac. Ry. or R. & O. N. Co 's Str " Quebec	
Richelieu & Ontario Nav. Co        " Destination.
Return same route.
Route R 85
14
110
90
R
RW
—FROM-
Montreal	
Ottawa and Prescott..
Brockville	
Toronto	
Hamilton	
London	
St. Thomas	
—TO—
V    t*>
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3
3 a *
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$14.40
$11.90
19.40
16.90
20.00
17.50
29.40
26.90
31.20
28.70
34.50
32.00
34.90
32.40
—FROM-
—T0-
Niagara Falls	
Buffalo	
do	
Detroit	
Sault Ste. Marie
Fort William	
$31.65
32.60
*33.40
36.90
45.90
59.90
$29.15
30.10
*30.90
34.40
43.40
57.40
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec 252
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 4< Destination     90
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co    " Riviere du Loup     91
Intercolonial Ry " Levis     35
Ferry " Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific Ry    | Starting Point 252
See page 15 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN TOURS
65
Lower St. Lawrence a\d Saguenay River Resorts (Continued.)
Route R 86
—FR0M-
-TO-
£ I?
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5 See
Sseq
2     c3
Montreal  $14.00
Ottawa and Prescott.. 19.00
Brockville  19.60
Toronto  29.00
Hamilton   30.80
London  34.10
St. Thomas  34.50
$12.00
17.00
17.60
27.00
28.80
32.10
32.50
-FROM-
-T0-
Niagara Falls...
Buffalo	
do	
Detroit	
Sault Ste. Marie.
Fort William....
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$31.25
$29.25
32.20
30.20
*33 00
*31.00
36.50
34.50
45.50
43.50
59.50
57.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec 252
'JFerry  " Levis     33
Intercolonial Ry ,4 Riviere du Loup     35
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co ,4 Destination     91
Return same route. R
McAdam Junc, N.B., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London     $36.80
44     St. Thomas    37.20
NiagaraFalls    33.95
"     Buffalo 33 95
"     Detroit Il.    39.20
Sault Ste. Marie   48.20
"      Fort William 62.20
     14
R
Route R 87
From Quebec        $16.70
Montreal  16.70
Ottawa  21.70
"     Prescott 21 70
Brockville 22.30
4     Toronto 31.70
4      Hamilton  33.50
< anadian Pacific Ry to McAdam Junc
Return same route.
Mount Kineo House, Me. (Moosehead Lake), and Return.
Route R 88
From Quebec $14.95
Montreal   13.45
Ottawa  18.45
Prescott     18.45
Brockville  19.05
Toronto   28.45
Hamilton  30.25
Rates as follows :
From London   $33.55
44     St. Thomas...    33.95
44     Niagara Falls  30.70
"     Buffalo  *$32 45... 31.65
44     Detroit  35.95
44     Sault Ste. Marie  44.95
44     Fort William  58.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc 253
Steamer   *4 Mount Kineo House   272
Return same route. R
Murray Bay, Que., and Return.
(See Route R 84.)
Newport, Vt., and Return.
Route R 89
From Montreal $ 5.00
4'     Ottawa and Prescott... 10.00
44     Brockville     10.60
44     Toronto     20.00 Detroit
"     Hamilton  21.80
"     London 25.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Return same route.
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $25.50
NiagaraFalls 22.25
Buffalo *$24.00...  23.20
r.50
Sault Ste. Marie  36.50
Fort William   50.50
  250
R
Newport, Vt., and Return.   .
Route R 90 Rates same as for Route R 89.
Canadian Pacific Ry , to Magog     14
St amer   " Newport  164
Return same route. R
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. 66
EASTERN TOURS
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 91
From Quebec $23.00
" Montreal  18.25
44 Ottawa 20.50
" Prescott  23.25
44 Brockville  23.85
44 Toronto 33.25
44 Hamilton 35.05
Rates as follows:
From London $38.35
"     St. Thomas  38.75
14     NiagaraFalls  35.50
|     Buffalo *$37.25.. 36.45
1     Detroit  40.75
I     Sault Ste. Marie  37.25
44      Fort William  51.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " New York  313
Return same route. R
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R  92 Rates as follows:
From Sault Ste. Marie $37.25   From Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal	
Grand Trunk Ry 44 Rouses Point	
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Troy   	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " New York	
Return same route
.$51.25
... 14
... 185
... 130
... 167
R
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 93 Rates same as for Route R 92.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal	
Grand Trunk Ry        4' St. Johns	
Central Vermont Rd " Burlington	
Rutland Rd *' Rutland	
Bennington & Rutland Ry " White Creek	
Fitchburg Rd " Troy	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 44 New York 	
Return same route.
14
209
134
341
211
210
167
R
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R  94 Rates same as for Route R 92.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal    14
Grand Trunk Ry          " Rouses Point  185
Delaware & Hudson Rd            '4 Pittsburgh  130
Champlain Transportation Co  " Fort Ticonderoga  151
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Troy  130
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " New York   167
Return same route. R
New York, N.Y
Route R 95
From Quebec $24.85
and Return
R W
Ottawa and Prescott... 24.85
"      Brockville    25.45
1     Toronto  34.85
44     Hamilton  36.65
I     London    39.95
Canadian Pacific Ry   	
Grand Trunk Ry ...        	
Delaware & Hudson Rd	
Champlain Transportation Co	
Delaware & Hudson Rd
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $40.35
"     Niagara Falls  37.10
44     Buffalo *$38.85.. 38.05
"     Detroit 42.35
"     Sault Ste. Marie  38.75
44     Fort William 52.75
 to Montreal      14
... " Rouses Point  185
..." Plattsburgh 130
,... " Fort Ticonderoga  151
... "Baldwin 130
"Caldwell   131
.... "Albany  130
Lake George Steamboat Co	
Delaware & Hudson Rd	
Day Line Steamer " New York 136
New York Central & Hudson River Rd ... " Montreal  313
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
Albany to New York  328
50 cents less.
See page 45 for additional charges for t ckets 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 16 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
— EASTERN TOURS
67
Route R 96
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Rates as follows :
RW
From Quebec $34.00
,4     Montreal  29.00
"     Ottawa  29.00
44     Prescott  29.00
•4     Brockville  29.00
14     Toronto and Hamilton 29.00
From London $32.85
"     St. Thomas  33.10
44     Niagara Falls 29.00
44     Buffalo  29.00
"     Detroit  37.70
Sault Ste Marie 45.50
From Fort William $59.50
14
313
167
62
14
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal.	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 44 New_ York	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Lewiston	
Niagara Navigation Co " Toronto	
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Starting Point	
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd... " Buffalo   167
Michigan Central Rd " Starting Point  248
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.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
 to Albany	
85 cents less.
New York, N.Y., and Return.
328
TfrRouTE R 97
From
Quebec $36.00
Montreal  32.00
Ottawa 32 00
Prescott  32.00
Brockville  32.00
Toronto and Hamilton 32.00
From Fort William.,
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
 $62.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston  325
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd " Fall River  137
Fall River Line " New York 138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " 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. 4i Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd " Starting Point  248
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.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany	
85 cents less.
New York, N.Y., and Return.
*Routk R 98 Rates $1.30 higher than for Route R 97
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd      " Lunenburg   	
136
328
250
243
Maine Central Rd
Boston & Maine Rd
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd " Fall River
Fall River Line	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd
Niagara Navigation Co " Toronto
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd... " Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd " Starting Point 248
if This route may be varied to read from Lunenburg- to Boston via
Portland 244
Boston       10
137
New York 138
Lewiston  167
62
14
Maine Central Rd to Intervale Junc.
Boston & Maine Rd '4 Boston	
236
123
See page 45 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 16 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. *PwKB^^^^Pm
68
EASTERN TOURS
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 99
From Quebec  $36.00
Montreal  36.00
Ottawa  36.00
Prescott  36.00
Brockville  36.00
Toronto and Hamilton 36.00
Rates as follows :
From London $39.85
*•     St. Thomas..,  40.10
"     Niagara Falls 36.00
44     Buffalo 36.00
"     Detroit  44.70
"     Sault Ste. Marie 52.50
From Fort William $66.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry '' Levis     33
Quebec Central Ry  " Sherbrooke     84
Boston & Maine Rd     'Boston       123
New York, New Haven & Hartford Rd % Fall River  137
Fall River Line .    ' New York   138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Lewiston  167
Niagara Navigation Co ; 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. 44 Buffalo  167
Michigan Central Rd " Starting Point  248
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.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York  .to Albany  328
85 cents less.
New York, N.Y., and Return.
• Route R 100 Rates $1.30 higher than for Route R 99
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry " Levis     33
Quebec Central Ry 4' Sherbrooke     84
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  123
Maine Central Rd *  Portland  244
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     10
New York, New Haven & Hartford Rd " Fall River  137
Fall River Line " New York   138
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Lewiston  167
Niagara Navigation Co " Toronto	
Canadian Pacific Ry ........'
The route to St Thomas and Detroit is via
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. " Buffalo   167
Michigan Central Rd " Starting Point  248
New York, N.Y., and Return. R W
Starting Point     14
Route R 101
From Quebec $28.00
"     Boston 24.00
Montreal 24.00
Ottawa andPrepcott.. 29.00
Brockville   . 29.60
Toronto 39.00
Hamilton 40.80
Rates as follows :
From London $44.10
" St. Thomas  44.50
" Niagara Falls  41.25
I Buffalo *$43.00.. 42.20
| Detroit  46 50
| Sault Ste Marie 55.50
44 Fort William  69.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport...     250
Boston & Maine Rd    ' Boston.  345
Either " All Rail" Line ' New York     ©
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Montreal	
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point	
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany	
40 cents less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York 1 to Albany	
$1.05 less.
0 229 and 142, or 232, 231 and 230, or 234 and 233.
if This route may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Ry to Duds well Junc	
Maine Central Rd      Portland  217
and from Lunenburg to Boston via
MaineCentral Rd to Intervale Junc  236
Boston & Maine Rd      Boston  1^3
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
14
136
328
216
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EASTERN TOURS
69
New York, N.Y.,   and Return.
Route R 102 * Rates $1.50 higher than for Route R 101
Same as Route R 101 to New York.
New York Central & Hudson River Rd..
Delaware & Hudson Rd	
Lake George S. B. Co	
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Fort Ticonderoga
Champlain Trans. Co " Plattsburgh,'
Delaware & Hudson Rd '4 Rouses Point.
Grand Trunk Ry '4 Montreal	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point
4 Albany  135
Caldwell  130
Baldwin  131
  130
  151
130
185
14
New York, N.Y., and Return.
R W
Route R 103
From Quebec $27.00
•4     Boston 23.00
Montreal 23.00
4-     Ottawa and Prescott... 28.00
"     Brockville  28 60
"     Toronto   38.00
'•      Hamilton 39.80
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd I Boston
Rates as follows :
From London $43.10
St. Thomas   43.50
NiagaraFalls  40.25
•'     Buffalo *$42.00 .   41.20
Detroit  45.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  54.50
"     Fort William  68.50
  250
  325
Either '* Sound Line'
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.
New York     X
Montreal 313
Canadian Pacific Ry 4I Starting Point .
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River
New York to Albany ,
40 cents less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany	
$1.05 less.
X 137 and 138, or 232 and 237.
14
136
328
New York, N.Y., and Return.
R W
Route R 104 Rates $1.50 higher than tor Route R 103.
Same as Route R 103     • to New York.
Same as Route R 102, New York " Starting Point.
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route   R 105 Rates as follows :
From St.John.N.B.$26.00..t$24.50   From St. Stephen $26.00.4$24.50
44     St. Andrews . 26.00..J 24.50       |     Fredericton  27.00..J  25.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro  14
Maine Central Rd " Portland  50
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston  10
Either " All Rail " Line '• New York  O
Return same route. R
O 229 and 142, or 232. 231 and 230, or 234 and 233.
t RT 1841, RT 1842, or RT 1843..  Limited to continuous passage each way
between starting point and Boston.
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 1U6 Rates $2.00 less than for Route R 105.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro  14
Maine Central Rd " Portland  50
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston  10
Either " Sound Line " " New York  X
Return same route. R
X 137 and 138 or 232 and 237.
} RT 1839 or RT 1840.    Limited to continuous passage each way between
starting point and Boston.
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. 70
EASTERN   TOURS
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 107
From St. John, N.B $29.35
44     Fredericton  30.35
Rates as follows :
From St. Andrews . .* $29.35
"     St. Stephen  29.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd | Portland     50
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     in
Either " All Rail" Line " New York     0
Day Line Steamers " Albany  136
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Saratoga  130
Fitchburg Rd. via Hoosac Tunnel " Boston  238
Boston & Maine Rd    " Portland     10
Maine Central Rd    " Vanceboro ..      50
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
© 229 and 142, or 232, 231 and 230, or 234 and 233.
Route R 108
New York, N.Y., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From St. John, N.B $28.35
"     Fredericton  29.35
From St. Andrews $28 35
"     St. Stephen  28.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd " Portland     50
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston     10
Either " Sound Line " " New York     X
Day Line Steamers '4 Albany  136
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Saratoga  130
Fitchburg Rd. via Hoosac Tunnel  " Boston 238
Boston & Maine Rd " Portland     10
Maine Central Rd " Vanceboro     60
Canadian Pacific Ry | 44 Starting Point     14
X 137 and 133 or 232 and 237.
North Sydney, C.B., and Return.
Same rates as to Sydney, Routes R 145, R 146 and R 149.
Old Orchard Beach, Me., and Return.
(See Route R 136—for rate by direct route both ways.)
Pictou, N.S., and Return.
(See also Routes R 81 and R 82—for rates by direct routes.)
RW
Route R 109
From Quebec $30.00
| Montreal 30 00
| Ottawa 35.00
1 Prescott  35.00
'• Brockville  35.60
" Toronto     45.00
" Hamilton  46-80
Rates as follows:
From London $50.10
"     St. Thomas  50.50
"     NiagaraFalls  47.25
"     Buffalo *$19.00... 48.20
"      Detroit   52.50
'     Sault Ste. Marie  61.50
44     Fort William  75.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry " Pictou  169
Intercolonial Ry " Levis  35
Ferry '' Quebec  33
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  252
Pictou, N.S., and Return.
Route R 110
From Quebec $28.50
"     Montreal  28.50
4     Ottawa  33.50
44     Prescott 33.50
|     Brockville  34.10
"      Toronto  43.50
"     Hamilton 45.30
Rates as follows:
From London   $48.60
"     St. Thomas     49.00
44     Niagara Falls  45.75
"     Buffalo *$47.50... 46.70
"     Detroit      51.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie  60.00
44     Fort William  74.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Quebec Steamship Co " Pictou  85
Intercolonial Rv | St. John, N.B  169
Canadian Pacific Ry     " Starting Point  251
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN  TOURS
71
Pictou, N.S., and Return.
Route R 111
From Montreal $24.55
O ttawa and Prescott.. 29.55
4t     Brockville  30.15
44     Toronto  39.55
44     Hamilton  41.35
44     London   44.65
Rates as follows :
From St. Thomas $15.05
"     Niagara Falls  41.80
"     Buffalo *$43.55.. 42.75
44     Detroit  47.05
"     Sault Ste. Marie  56.05
"     Fort William  70.05
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec   252
Quebec Steamship Co " Pictou      85
Return same route. R
Pictou, N.S., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $49.30
"     St.Thomas 49.70
41     Niagara Falls 46.45
••     Buffalo  *$48.20.. 47.40
"     Detroit  51.70
"     Sault Ste. Marie 60.70
"     Fort William  74.70
  251
    38
     81
    79
     80
    35
    33
  252
Route R 112
From Quebec $29.20
I     Montreal 29.20
44     Ottawa 34.20
"     Prescott 34.20
|     Brockville  34.80
"     Toronto 44.20
"     Hamilton 46.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B ..
Intercolonial Ry ._ " Point du Chene.
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Summerside
Prince Edward Island Ry     " Charlottetown .
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.). " Pictou	
Intercolonial Ry " Levis	
Ferry " Quebec	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point .
Plymouth, N.H., and Return.
Route R 113
From   Montreal $11.00
44       Ottawa and Prescott. 16.00
Brockville  16.60
Toronto  26.00
Hamilton  27.80
''       London  31.10
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $31.50
"     Niagara Falls  28.25
44     Buffalo 28.25
44     Detroit  33.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  42.50
*4     Fort William  56.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Plymouth 123
Return same route. R
Portland, Me., and Return.
Route R 114
From  Quebec $14.50
Montreal  10.50
Ottawa  15.50
Prescott  15.50
Brockville 16.10
Toronto  25.50
Hamilton  27-30
From London $30.60
"     St. Thomas      31.00
44     NiagaraFalls 27.75
•'     Buffalo 27.75
44     Detroit 33.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie 42.00
44     Fort William 56.00
■frRouTE R 114£
From Quebec $14.50
44     Montreal 14.50
"     Ottawa   19.50
44     Prescott  19.50
44     Brockville 20.10
44     Toronto  29.50
44     Hamilton 31.30
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg 243
Maine Central Rd "Portland  124
Return same route. R
Portland, Me., and Return. R W
Rates as follows :
From London $34.60
44     St. Thomas  35.00
"     NiagaraFalls  31.75
14     Buffalo *$33.50.. 32.70
44     Detroit 37.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie 46.00
44     Fort William 60.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec 252
Ferry 4'Levis   33
§uebec CentralRy  44 Sherbrooke  84
oston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg 123
Maine Central Rd. " Portland 244
Maine Central Rd 44 Lunenburg 244
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport 243
Canadian Pacific Ry 4i Starting Point 250
if This route may be varied to read from Quebec to Portland via
Quebec Central Ry..' to Dudswell Junc  246
Maine Central Rd "Portland 247
See page 45 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 (92i or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN  TOURS
Portland, Me., and Return.
R VV
Route R 115
Rates as follows :
From   Quebec $23.50   From London
Montreal  19.50
Ottawa  24.50
Prescott  24.50
Brockville  25.10
Toronto  34.50
Hamilton  36.30
.$39.60
St. Thomas  40.00
Niagara Falls  36.75
Buffalo *$38.50.. 37.70
Detroit  42.00
Sault Ste. Marie  51.00
Fort William  65.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc  253
Bangor & Aroostook Rd " Oldtown  158
Maine Central'Rd " Portland  124
Maine Central Rd " Lunenburg  214
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
Portland, Me., and Return.
Route R 116 Rates as follows:
From St. John, N.B.$13.00.$U2.00    From Fort Fairfield $15.60
"    St. Andrews... 13.00.. J12.00       "     Caribou  15.60
"     St. Stephen... 13.00.412.00       "     Presque Isle  15.60
"     Fredericton.... 14.00.413.00       "     Houlton & Woodstock, N.B. 12.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro ... )►,».,,      + r> t- i ooo
Maine Central Rd.f " Portland J76-5K or J RT1833
Return same route. R
Portland, Me., and Return.
Route R 117 Rates as follows
From St. John, N.B. ..$13.00.4$11.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro'	
Maine Central Rd  " Portland	
International Steamship Co " St. John, N.B	
14
50
40
Portsmouth, N.H., and Return.
(See Routes R 136 and R 137).
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry. Resorts, and Return.
Route R 118
—TO—
—FROM—
Chicoutimi
Roberval
(Lake St.
Johni
Lake
Edward
lake
Joseph
St.
Raymond
$14.00
19.00
19.60
2900
30.80
34.10
34.50
31.25
32.20
*33.00
36.50
45.50
59.50
$12.50
17.50
18.10
27.50
29.30
32.60
33.00
29.75
30 70
*31.50
35.00
44.00
58.00
$ 9.50
14.50
15.10
24.50
26.30
29.60
30.00
26.75
27.70
*28.50
32.00
41.00
55.00
6.85
11.00
11.60
21.00
22.80
26.10
26 50
23.25
24.20
*25.00
28.50
37.50
51.50
$ 7.35
Toronto        	
11.50
12.10
21.50
Hamilton	
23.30
26.60
Niagara Falls	
Buffalo	
27.00
23.75
24.70
i'i
'25.50
29.00
38.00
52.00
Canadian  Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry 4' Destination   282
Return same route. R
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
J Limited to continuous passage each way.
vti=L EASTERN TOURS
Riviere du Loup, P.Q., and Return,
(See Routes R 84, 85 and 86).
St. Andrews, N.B., and Return.
Route R 119
From Quebec $16.70
14     Montrea  16.70
•'     Ottawa  21.70
Prescott  21.70
"     Brockville   .. % 22.30
4      Toronto  31.70
44     Hamilton 33.50
Rates as follows:
From London $36.80
4     St. Thomas  37.20
"     NiagaraFalls 33.95
"     Buffalo 33.95
44     Detroit 39.20
4     Sault Ste. Marie 48-20
"     Fort William   62.20
Canadian Pacific Ry
 to St. Andrews.
Return same route.
14
R
St. Andrews, N.B., and Return.
Route R 120
From Quebec $26.50
'•     Montreal 22.50
Ottawa  27.60
"     Prescott  27.50
"      Brockville.  28.10
"     Toronto ...*||$35.70. 4 33.95
44     Hamilton.. *||$35.70. 4 33.95
Rates as follows :
From London '$39.25.4$37.80
"     St. Thomas.... * 39.25.4 38.05
•'     Niagara Falls..*|| 35.70.4 33.95
"     Buffalo  *|| 35.70.4 33.95
"     Detroit 39.20
''     Sault Ste. Marie. *$52.20... 50.45
"     Fort William....*$66.20... 64.45
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd '. '4 Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd     " Vanceboro'  124
Canadian Pacific Ry "St. Andrews     14
Return same route. R
St. Andrews, N.B., and Return.
RW
Route R 121
From Quebec $24.50
Montreal 21.00
44     Ottawa 26.00
44     Prescott  26.00
"     Brockville  26.60
44      Toronto 36.00
'•     Hamilton  37-80
Rates as follows;
From London $41.10
"     St. Thomas  41.50
"     Niagara Falls  38.25
44     Buffalo    *$40.00.. 39.20
"     Detroit  43.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  52.50
•'     FortWil.iam  66.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Andrews     14
Frontier Steamboat Co " Eastport  163
International Steamship Co " Portland  125
Maine Central Rd " Lunenburg  244
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
St. Andrews, N.B., and Return. RW
Route R 122
From Quebec $27.50
" Montreal  24.50
44 Ottawa  29.50
" Prescott 29.50
44 Brockville 30.10
" Toronto   39.50
44 Hamilton  41.30
Rates as follows.'
From London $44.60
44     St.Thomas    45.00
"     NiagaraFalls  41.75
"     Buffalo..... *$43.50. 42.70
"     Detroit  47.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie  56.00
44     Fort William 70.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Andrews  14
Frontier Steamboat Co*. " Eastport  163
International Steamship Co " Boston  125
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  325
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  250
St. Andrews, N.B., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $45.10
Route R 123
From Quebec $28.50
Montreal.
25.00       44     St. Thomas 45.50
Niagara Falls  42.25
Buffalo *$44.00.. 43.20
Detroit  47.50
Sault Ste. Marie 56.50
Fort William  70.50
     14
" Ottawa 30.00
44 Prescott  30.00
44 Brockville    30.60
44 Toronto  40.00
44 Hamilton 41.80
Canadian Pacific Ry .to St. Andrews
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd 44 Lunenburg 124
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport     243
Canadian Pacific Ry   44 Starting Point  250
-See paere 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available
X Rates prefixed % are for tickets limited to continuous passage each way.
II Limited east of Montreal. *wr
74
EASTERN   TOURS
St. John, N.
Route R 124
From Quebec $21.00
Montreal  21.00
Ottawa  26.00
Prescott  26.00
Brockville  26.60
Toronto  36.00
Hamilton.. *$40.00.. • 36.00
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Return
Route R 125
Canadian Pacific Ry
Ferry	
Intercolonial Ry....
St. John, N.B,
Route R 126
From Quebec $26.50
Montreal   22.50
Ottawa  27.50
Prescott  27.50
Brockville  28.10
Toronto... *$40.00  37.50
Hamilton. *$40.00 | 38.25
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Boston & Maine Rd	
B., and Return. R W
Rates as follows!
From London *$43.55. .$39.85
41     St. Thomas * 43.55..  40.10
44     Niagara Falls ... * 40.00.. 36.00
"     Buffalo * 40.00.. 36.00
4-     Detroit  43.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  52.50
"      Fort William   66.50
 to St. John, N.B  251
same route. \ R
St. John, N.B., and Return.
Rates same as for Route R124
...    to Quebec  252
 "Levis     33
.'.*.' " St. John, N.B     35
Return same route. R
, and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London *$43.55.
4      St. Thomas *43.55..
44     Niagara Falls... *40.00..
"     Buffalo *40.00..
"     Detroit  43.50
''     Sault Ste. Marie. *$56.50.., 54.00
'      Fort William.... * 70.50... 68.00
 to Newport 250
 "' Lunenburg  243
.... " Vanceboro   124
  251
R
.$42.10
. 42.35
t 38.25
t 38.25
Maine Central Rd	
Canadian Pacific Ry | St. John, N.B
Return same route.
R w
Route R 127
From Quebec  $26.00
"     Montreal  26.00
"     Ottawa  31.00
"     Prescott  31.00
"     Brockville  31.60
44      Toronto   41.00
44     Hamilton 42.80
St. John, N.B., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $46.10
"     St. Thomas  46.50
"     Niagara Falls  43.25
"     Buffalo *$45.00.. 44.20
"     Detroit ►  48.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  57.50
"     Fort William  71.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry " Levis  35
Ferry " Quebec   33
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point    252
St. John, N.B., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From London $47.60
"     St. Thomas  48.00
"     Niagara Falls 44.75
"     Buffalo *$46.50.. 45.70
"     Detroit  50.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie  59.00
"     Fort William 73-00
Route R 128
From Quebec $30.50
"     Montreal  27-50
44     Ottawa  32.50
44     Prescott  32.50
"     Brockville  33-10
"     Toronto  42.60
"     Hamilton  44.30
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B 251
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vanceboro  251
Maine Central Rd " Lunenburg  124
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point 250
Route R 129
From Quebec $28.00
"     Montreal  25.00
"     Ottawa  30.00
"     Prescott  30.00
"     Brockville  30.60
"     Toronto  40.00
44      Hamilton 41.80
St. John, N.B., and Return.
R W
Rates as follows :
From London $45.10
"     St. Thomas  45.50
"     NiagaraFalls  42.25
"     Buffalo *$44.00.. 43.20
I     Detroit  47.50
1     Sault Ste. Marie  56.50
1     Fort William  70.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
International Steamship Co " Portland     40
Maine Central Rd " Lunenburg  244
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point 250
See page 45 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 and 87 or 207 &87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
t Rates prefixed % are for tickets limited to continuous passage each way. EASTERN TOURS
75
St. John, N.B., and Return
Route R 130
From  Quebec $29.00
'•       Montreal  27.00
Ottawa 32.00
"      Prescott  32.00
"       Brockville 32.60
"       Toronto  42.00
,4       Hamilton  43.80
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B.
International Steamship Co " Boston	
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport..	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point.
R W
Rates as follows:
From London $47.10
44     St. Thomas  47.50
44     Niagara Falls  44.25
44     Buffalo.. *$46.00.. 45.20
44     Detroit  49.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  58.50
44     Fort William  72.50
  251
    39
  325
  250
St. John, N.B., and Return.
RW
Route R 131
From Quebec $34.00
44     Montreal 32.00
"     Ottawa  37.00
44     Prescott  37.00
"     Brockville 37.60
"      Toronto 47.00
44     Hamilton   48-80
Rates as follows :
From London $52.10
44     St. Thomas   52.50
14     NiagaraFalls 49.25
"     Buffalo *$51.00-. 50.20
44     Detroit  54.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie   63.50
44     Fort William  77.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B 251
International Steamship Co    " Boston    39
Either Sound Line ,4 New York     X
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Montreal. 313
Canadian Pacific Ry ! " Starting Point     14
By Day Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany  136
40 cents less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River.
New York to Albany  328
$1.05 less.
X 137 and 138, or 232 and 237.
St. John's, Newfoundland, and Return.
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $70.50
"      Niagara Falls  67.25
"     Buffalo *$69.00.. 68.20
"     Detroit  72.50
Sault Ste. Marie  81.50
"     Fort William 95.50
Route R 132
From   Ottawa $55.00
'•       Prescott 55.00
"       Brockville  55.60
Toronto  65.00
Hamilton 66.80
London  70.10
' Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
|| Black Diamond S.S. Line "St. John's, Nfld  2
Return same route. R
Saratoga, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 133
From   Quebec $16.75
"       Ottawa and Prescott. 16.75
44       Brockville  17.35
Toronto  26.75
"       Hamilton     28.55
44       London 31.85
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $32.25
"     NiagaraFalls  29.00
"    Buffalo *$30.75.. 29.95
44     Detroit 34.25
44     Sault Ste. Marie  43.25
"     Fort William 57.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
Grand Trunk Ry " Rouses Point  185
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Saratoga  130
Return same route. R
Saratoga, N.Y., and Return.
RW
Route R 134' Rates $1.50 higher than for Route R 133.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal  14
Grand Trunk Ry 4 4 Rouses Point  185
Delaware & Hudson Rd " Plattsburgh  130
Champlain Trans. Co      " Fort Ticonderoga  151
Delaware & Hudson Rd        " Baldwin  130
Lake George S. B. Co " Caldwell  131
Delaware & Hudson Rd 44 Saratoga       130
Delaware & Hudson Rd 4i Rouses Point  130
-Grand Trunk Ry " Montreal  185
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  14
See page 45 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 & 87or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
See page 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
II Meals and Berths included. 76
EASTERN TOURS
or
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Atlantic Seaside Resorts and Return.
Route R 135
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250 \
Boston & Maine Rd | Lunenburg 243 I
M aine Central Rd " Destination  124 [
Return same route. R)
Route R 136
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport.  250*\
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg 243 I
Maine Central Rd  4< Portland 124 V
Boston & Maine Rd | Destination 123 I
Return same route. R-'
Route R 137
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport     250")
Boston & Maine  " Lunenburg 243 I
Maine Central Rd " Intervale Junc  236 Y
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination  123
Return same route. R J
Route R138
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  25C \
Boston & Maine Rd '  Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd '  Bath  124 Y
Eastern Steamboat Co I  Boothbay  293 I
Return same route. Rj
Route R 139
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg   	
Maine Central Rd " Rockland  	
Portland     Mt.     Desert   &   Machias
Steamboat Co ,4 Destination  293
Return same route. R
Route R 140
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250^
Boston & Maine Rd  " Destination  123 J- jj T
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Summerside, P.E.I., and Return.
Route R 141
From   Quebec $23.75
"       Montreal  23.75
44       Ottawa  28.75
Prescott  28.75
Brockville  29-35
Toronto  38-75
Hamilton||.. *42.75.. 39.15
Rates as follows:
From London *$46.30..$43.00
|     St. Thomas * 46.85.. 43.25
"     Niagara Falls * 42.75.. 39.15
"     Buffalo..". * 42.75.. 39.15
|     Detroit  46.25
"     Sault Ste. Marie  55.25
"     Fort William  69.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B..
Intercolonial Ry " Point du Chene.
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) " Summerside
Return same route.
251
38
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Summerside, P.E.T., and Return.
Route R 142 Rates same as for Route R 141
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry '. " Levis  33
Intercolonial Ry ;•••.• " P°mt du Chene  35
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) " Summerside  81
Return same route. R
Summerside, P.E.I., and Return.
Route R 143
From   Montreal $22.85
Ottawa and Prescott. 27-85
Brockville  28-45
"       Toronto 37-85
Hamilton  39.65
London   42.95
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas $43.35
"     NiagaraFalls     40-10
"     Buffalo  *$41.85.. 41.05
"     Detroit 45.35
"     Sault Ste. Marie  54.35
"     Fort William  68.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec.  252
Quebec Steamship Co " Summerside     85
Return same route. R
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available. EASTERN TOURS
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Route R 144
From   Quebec $26.75
Montreal  26.75
Ottawa  31.75
"       Prescott 31.75
Brockville  32.35
Toronto  41.75
14       Hamilton  43.55
Rates as follows:
From London $46.85
44     St. Thomas  47.25
"     Niagara Falls  44.00
"     Buffalo *$45.75.. 44.95
"     Detroit  49.25
"     Sault Ste. Marie  58.25
44     Fort William 72.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec 252
Quebec Steamship Co " Summerside    85
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. (Ltd.) " Point du Chene.     81
Intercolonial Ry "St. John, N.B     38
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  251
Sydney, C.B., and Return.
Route R 145
From   Quebec $27.50
Montreal  27.50
Ottawa 32.50
Prescott 32.50
Brockville 33.10
Toronto  42.50
Hamilton  44.30
Rates as follows:
From London $47.60
44     St. Thomas  48.00
"     Niagara Falls  44.75
"     Buffalo  44.75
"     Detroit  50.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie  59.00
"     Fort William  73-00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial Ry " Sydney  187
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Route R 146 Rates same as for Route R 145
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From   Quebec $30.75
Montreal 30.75
"       Ottawa  35.75
Prescott  35.75
Brockville 36.35
44       Toronto  45-75
"       Hamilton 47.55
Rates as follows:
From London  .$50.85
"     St. Thomas  51.25
"     Niagara Falls  48.00
"     Buffalo 48.00
"     Detroit 53.25
"     Sault Ste. Marie 62.25
44     Fort William  76.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B 251
Intercolonial Ry " Mulgrave  187
Bras d'Or Steamers " Sydney     12
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Route R 148 Rates same as for Route R 147
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From   Quebec $36.00
Montreal  36.00
Ottawa  41.00
Prescott  41.00
Brockville  41.60
44        Toronto  51.00
44       Hamilton 52.80
Rates as follows:
From London  $56.10
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"     NiagaraFalls 53-25
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"     Detroit  58.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  67-50
44     Fort William  81.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B 251
Intercolonial Ry " Sydney  187
Intercolonial Ry " Levis     35
Ferry    " Quebec     33
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  252
See page 45 for additional charges for tickets reading by Richelieu & Ontario
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by Ottawa River Nav. Co. from Ottawa to Montreal.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
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See page 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
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Route R 150
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Rates same as for Route R 149
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
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Intercolonial Ry "St. John, N.B 187
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  251
Route R 151
From   Quebec $37.50
Montreal  37.50
Ottawa  42.50
Prescott  42.50
"       Brockville  43.10
"       Toronto  52.50
44       Hamilton  54.30
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"     Niagara Falls  54.75
"     Buffalo  *$56.50.. 55.70
"     Detroit 60.00
"     Sault Ste. Marie  69.00
"     Fort William  83.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
Intercolonial  Ry " Mulgrave  187
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Ferry. i " Quebec     33
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Route R 152
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Montreal  12.00
Ottawa  17.00
Prescott  17-00
Brockville  17.60
Toronto  27.00
44       Hamilton  28.80
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From London   $32.10
"v   St. Thomas     32.50
"     NiagaraFalls  29.25
"     Buffalo 29.25
"     Detroit   34.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie  43.50
"     Fort William  57-50
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Route R 153
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport ^  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Destination 124
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Route R 154
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  5243
Maine Central Rd " Zealand Junc  124
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd | Destination  254
Return same route. R
Route R 155
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Scotts  124
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination  123
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Route R 156
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination 123
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Route R 157
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Maine Central Rd " Destination.... -v  124
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
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Profile & Franconia Notch Rd " Destination  254
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Route R 159
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Boston & Maine Rd § Destination  123
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From Quebec $26.50
44 Montreal  26.50
44 Ottawa  31.50
44 Prescott 31.50
44 Brockville 32.10
44 Toronto 41.50
14 Hamilton....*$45.50... 41.50
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From London *$49.05.
"    St. Thomas * 49.05.
"     Niagara Falls .. .* 45.50.
44    Buffcdo * 45-50.
44     Detroit   49.00
44    Sault Ste. Marie   58.00
44     Fort William  72.00
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Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
S.S. Prince Rupert 44 Digby  321
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Yarmouth  168
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry " Levis  33
Intercolonial Ry "St. John, N.B  35
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New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " Loon Lake Station  313
Stage " Loon Lake House  305
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
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Saranac & Lake Placid Rd " Lake Placid 311
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Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal              14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " Saranac Inn Station 313
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Route S 6
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Paul Smith's Station 313
Paul Smith's Stage Line " Paul Smith's Hotel 309
Route S 7
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal    14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " Childwold Station  313
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Rates as follows:
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44       Prescott  13.60
Brockville 14.00
"       Toronto  20.30
From Hamilton $21.50
"     London . .*■. 23.50
44     St.Thomas 23.50
"     Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 21.55
44      Detroit 23.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 81.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg 243
Maine Central Rd " Portland 244
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston      10
Route S 16
From   Quebec t$ 9.50. .$11.50
Montreal     8.50
Ottawa  12.00
Prescott  11.80
Brockville 12.20
Toronto 18.50
^Boston, Mass. *
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $19.70
"     London 21.70
"     St. Thomas  21.70
"     Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 19.75
"     Detroit 21.70
"     Sault Ste. Marie 29.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport..
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg
Maine Central Rd " Portland ..
Steamer " Boston
250
243
244
105
Boston, Mass.
Route S 17
From   Quebec $18.00
Montreal  15.00
44       Ottawa  17.50
Prescott  18.35
Brockville  18.75
44       Toronto  25.00
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $26.20
"     London  28.20
"     St.Thomas 28.20
"     Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 26.25
"     Detroit  28.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie  35.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Junc.
Bangor & Aroostook Rd " Oldtown	
Maine Central Rd " Portland	
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston	
253
158
124
10
Boston, Mass.
Route S 18
From   Quebec $14.90
Montreal  11.90
Ottawa  14.40
Prescott  15.25
Brockville 15.65
44       Toronto  21.90
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $23.10
"     London  25.10
"     St. Thomas 25.10
"     Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 23.15
44     Detroit 25.10
"     Sault Ste. Marie 32.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg 243
Maine Central Rd " Fabyans  124
Boston & Maine Rd " Bethlehem Junc  123
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd " Profile House    83
Stage " North Woodstock 212
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston 123
See page 45 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.
Seepage 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie are available.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
X Rates prefixed X are for tickets limited to continuous passage (and all rail
between Toronto and Montreal).
. • — - *. j_ EASTERN TOURS—One Way Trips
85
■fcROUTE S 19
From   Quebec and Montreal. $16.50
Ottawa  20.00
"       Prescott  20.15
Brockville  20.60
"       Toronto....*$25.00.. 23.65
Hamilton .. *$26.20... 23.65
Halifax, N.S.
Rates as follows:
From London  *$28.40.$25.95
44     St. Thomas * 28.40. 26.10
"     Niagara Falls * 26.25. 23.65
"     Buffalo * 26.25. 23.65
|     Detroit  28.20
"     Sault Ste. Marie .. .* 35.85. 34.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B 251
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax    36
Halifax, N.S.
Route S 20 Rates same as for Route S 19
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B  251
S.S. Prince Rupert " Digby 321
Dominion Atlantic Ry " Halifax     326
Halifax, N.S.
Route S 21
From   Quebec $19.50
Montreal  16.50
Ottawa 20.00
Prescott 20.15
Brockville  20.60
P       Toronto 26.50
Rates as follows :
From Hamilton $27.70
"     London  29.70
"     St. Thomas      29.70
"     Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 27-75
"     Detroit   29.70
"     Sault Ste. Marie  37.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd. " Portland  244
International Steamship Co " St. John, N.B     40
S.S. Prince Rupert " Digby 321
Dominion Atlantic " Halifax 326
Halifax, N.S.
Route S 22 Rates 50 cents higher than for Route S 21
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg 243
Maine Central Rd " Portland  244
International Steamship Co " St. John, N.B     40
Intercolonial Ry " Halifax     36
Route S 23
From   Quebec $21.50
Montreal  18.50
Ottawa  21.00
Prescott  22.20
Brockville  22.60
Toronto  27.00
Halifax, N.S.
Rates as follows :
From Hamilton $28.20
London  28.20
44     St. Thomas  28.20
"     Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 28.25
"     Detroit  28.20
"     Sault Ste. Marie  37.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Vanceboro 124
Canadian Pacific Ry "St. John, N.B 251
Intercolonial Ry '4 Halifax     36
New York.
Route S 24
From   Quebec $12.00
Montreal  10.00
Ottawa t$11.30.. 11.40
Prescott.... X 10.00.. 12.20
Brockville..! 10.00.. 12.50
Toronto  20.00
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $21.20
"     London  23.20
I     St. Thomas 23.20
4'     Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 21.25
"     Detroit  23.20
''     Sault Ste. Marie .. J$20.75.. 30.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd    ' New York 313
if This route may be varied from  Montreal or points west to read between
Montreal and St. John via
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec  252
Ferry " Levis     33
Intercolonial Ry "St.John.N.B     35
-See page 45 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 Qttawa to Montreal.
See page 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie are available.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (92) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa
to Montreal.
X Rates prefixed t are limited to continuous passage. lUrff
■«
86
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New York.
Route S 25 Rates same as for Route S 24
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd " White River Junc  123
Central Vermont Rd " Windsor  134
Boston & Maine Rd " Brattleboro  139
Central Vermont Rd " W. Northfield and S. Vernon.. 140
Boston & Maine Rd " Springfield  141
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd. ... " New York  112
New York.
Route S 26
From   Quebec $12.60
"       Montreal    9.60
"       Ottawa  10.30
Prescott  11.95
"       Brockville 12.85
Toronto 19.60
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $20.80
"     London    22.80
"     St. Thomas  22.80
44     Niagara Falls and Buffalo. 20.85
44     Detroit  22.80
44     Sault Ste. Marie  30.45
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd " Albany 313
Day Line Steamers * 4| New York  136
New York.
Route S 27
From   Quebec $11.95
'        Montreal     8.95
Ottawa     9.80
"       Prescott  11.45
Brockville  11.85
"       Toronto  18.95
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $20.15
"     London 22.15
"     St Thomas  22.15
"     Niagara Falls and Buffalo. 20.20
44     Detroit  22.15
41     Sault Ste. Marie     29.80
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Montreal     14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd    ' Albany 313
People's Line Steamers '4 New York. 328
New
Route S 28
From   Quebec $15.00
"       Montreal  14.30
Ottawa  17.80
"       Prescott  17.60
"       Brockville  18.00
44       Toronto  24.30
York.
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $25.50
''     London  27.50
"     St. Thomas  27.50
44     Niagara Falls and Buffalo .. 25.55
"     Detroit 27.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 35.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport.
Boston & Maine Rd	
Maine Central Rd	
Boston & Maine Rd	
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd ..
Fall River Line	
  260
Lunenburg  243
Portland  244
Boston  10
Fall River  137
New York  138
New
Route S 29
From   Quebec $15.00
Montreal  13.00
44       Ottawa 16.00
Prescott  16.00
Brockville  16.40
Toronto   23.00
York.
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $24.20
44     London 26.20
"     St.Thomas 26.20
"     Niagara Falls and Buffalo. .24.25
"     Detroit  26.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie  33.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport    250
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston .•  325
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd .... " Fall River  137
Fall River Line " New York  138
Route S 30
From  Quebec t$13.50. .$15.50
44       Montreal  12.50
Ottawa  16.00
Prescott  15.80
Brockville  16.20
44      Toronto  22.50
New York.
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton    $23.70
"     London  25.70
"     St. Thomas  25.70
14     Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 23.75
44     Detroit  25.70
44     Sault Ste. Marie   33.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport.
Boston & Maine Rd	
Maine Central Rd	
Steamer	
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd
Fall River Line	
 250
44 Lunenburg  243
" Portland  244
" Boston  105
"Fall River  137
" New York  138
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie are available.
X Rates prefixed J are for tickets limited to continuous passage. EASTERN TOURS—One Way Trips
87
New York,
Route S 31
From  Quebec $23.50
Montreal 20.50
Ottawa  18.55
"       Prescott 17.40
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Niagara Navigation Co	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $17.OCT
"     London  14.15
44     St. Thomas  14.40
44     Sault Ste. Marie 21.50
... .to Toronto     14
.... " Lewiston     62
..  . " New York  167
New
Route S 32
From   Quebec $22.20
Montreal  19.20
Ottawa 21.70
Prescott  22.55
Brockville 22.95
I |    Toronto 29.20
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport..
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg
York.
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton  .$30.40
44     London and St. Thomas... 32.40
"     Niagara Falls  30.45
"     Buffalo 30.45
"     Detroit 32.40
44     Sault Ste. Marie  40.05
  250
  243
Maine Central Rd " Fabyans  124
Boston & Maine Rd " Base of Mt. Washington       6
Mt. Washington Ry " Summit     55
Mt. Washington Ry " Base of Mt. Washington     53
Boston & Maine Rd " Fabyans       6
Maine Central Rd " Crawfords     74
Maine Central Rd " Fabyans     74
Boston & Maine Rd " White River Junc  123
Central Vermont Rd " Windsor  134
Boston & Maine Rd " Brattleboro  139
Central Vermont Rd " W. Northfield and S. Vernon. 140
Boston & Maine Rd " Springfield  141
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd. ... " New York  142
Route S 33
From   Quebec $18.90
Montreal  1590
Ottawa 18.40
44       Prescott  19.25
Brockville  19.65
44       Toronto  25.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport
Boston & Maine Rd "Lunenburg
New York.
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $27.10
41     St. Thomas and London 29.10
44     NiagaraFalls  27.15
"     Buffalo  27.15
44     Detroit  29.10
Sault Ste. Marie  36.75
  250
  243
Maine Central Rd " Fabyans	
Boston & Maine Rd " Bethlehem Junc...
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd " Profile House	
Stage " North Woodstock.
Boston & Maine Rd " Boston	
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd.   .. " Fall River	
Fall River Line " New York	
124
123
83
212
123
137
138
Portland, Me.
Route S 34
From   Quebec $10.50. 4$8.50
44       Montreal     7.50
Ottawa  11.00
Prescott.. $10.80.. t 10.00
Brockville. 11.20.. J 10.30
Toronto ..* 17.50.4 15.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to. Newport
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg
Maine Central Rd " Portland ..
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $18.70.
"     London&St.Thomas20.70.
"     Niagara Falls *18.75.
"     Buffalo *18.75.
44     Detroit  20.70.
Sault Ste. Marie .. *28.35.
.t$15.00
17.00
16.40
16.40
17.00
23.40
. 250
. 243
. 244
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Portland,
Route S 35
Fr«m   Quebec $15.00
"       Montreal  12.00
44       Ottawa   14.50
"       Prescott  15.35
Brockville  15.75
44 ;    Toronto     22.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Greenville Jui
Bangor & Aroostook Rd " Oldtown
Maine Central Rd " Portland
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $23.20
"     St. Thomas and London ... 25.20
"     NiagaraFalls 23.25
44     Buffalo  23.25
44     Detroit 25.20
Sault Ste. Marie 32.85
253
158
124
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie are available.
* Rates prefixed * are optional Rail or River St. Lawrence, Toronto (9^) or
Kingston (41 & 87 or 207 & 87) to Montreal; or Ottawa River (66) Ottawa to
Montreal.
t Rates prefixed t are lim ted to continuous passage (and All Rail Toronto to
Montreal).
I 88
EASTERN TOURS—One Way Trips
St. Andrews, N.B.
Route S 36
From   Quebec $14.15
Que
Moi
[ontreal  14.15
Ottawa  17.65
Prescott  17.80
Brockville  18.25
Toronto     20.60
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton J$20.55. .$21.70
"     London X 22.85... 23.70
"     St. Thomas X 22.65... 23.70
"     NiagaraFalls ...4 20.55... 21.75
"     Buffalo X 20.55... 21.75
"     Detroit  23.70
From Sault Ste. Marie J.$30.15. .$31.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to St Andrews    14
St. John, N.B.
Route S 37
From   Quebec $14.15
Montreal  14.15
Ottawa  17.65
"       Prescott  17.80
Brockville  18.25
44       Toronto..4$20.55..* 23.00
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton X $20.55-- -*$24.20
"     London X   22-85.... 26.20
44     St. Thomas....t   22.65.... 26.20
44     Niagara Falls. 4   20.55-.-* 24.25
"     Buffalo X   20.65...* 24.25
44     Detroit t   24.00.-.. 26-20
From Sault Ste. Marie 1$30.15.. .$33.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. John, N.B...
251
St. John, N.B.
Route S 38
From   Quebec $15.65
Montreal  15.65
Ottawa  19.15
Prescott  19.30
Brockville  19.75
Toronto 22.00
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $23.20
"     St. Thomas and London ... 25.20
"     NiagaraFalls  23.26
"     Buffalo  23.25
"     Detroit  25.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie 32.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Andrews     14
Frontier Steamboat Co " Eastport  163
International Steamship Co " St John, N.B  125
St. John, N.B.
RouteS 39
From Quebec $15.00
"     Montreal     12.00
"     Ottawa  15.50
44     Prescott   15.30
"     Brockville  15.70
"     Toronto   ...4820.55.. 22.00
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton t$20-55.
"     London X 21.50.
"     St Thomas X 21.50.
"     Niagara Falls... 4 20.55.
"     Buffalo X 20.65.
Detroit X 21.50.
123.20
. 25.20
. 25.20
. 23.25
. 23.25
. 25.20
From Sault Ste. Marie $32.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg....
Maine Central Rd " Portland ... - -
International Steamship Co  "St John, N.B
250
243
244
40
St. John, N.B.
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $25.20
Route S 40
From Quebec $16 00
"     Montreal     14.00
"     Ottawa 17.00
"     Prescott     17.00
"     Brockville  17.40
"     Toronto  24.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Nrwport.
Boston & Maine Rd "- o°S£°E  "ij'n
International Steamship Co '  St. John, N.e.
St. Thomas and London... 27.20
Niagara Falls  25.25
Buffalo  25-25.
Detroit  27.20
Sault Ste. Marie  34.85
250
325
39
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie are available.
X Rates prefixed X are for tickets limited to continuous passage (and All Rail
Toronto to Montreal). —
EASTERN TOURS-One Way Trips
89
St. John, N.B.
Route S 41
From
Quebec $19.00
Montreal  16.00
Ottawa  19.50
Prescott  19.65
Brockville  20.10
Toronto J20.55 If24.25.24.50
From Sault Ste. Marie.,
Rates as follows:
FromHamilton..t$20.55.1T$24.2i.$25.70
"     London X 22.85. 26.20
"     St. Thomas t 22.65. 26.20
" Niag. Fls.4$20.55. .124.25. 25.75
" Buffalo.... 120.55..124.25. 25.75
"     Detroit f  24.00. 26.20
. 4$31.40.. 1$35.10. .'$35.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Vanceboro'  1M
Canadian Pacific Ry "St. John, N.B  251
Routes to White Mountains and Seaside Resorts.
(For rates see page 90).
Route S 42
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Destination  124
Route S 43
Canadian Pacific Ry to Newport  250
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg  243
Maine Central Rd " Scotts  124
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination  123
Route S 44
Canadian Pacific Ry.. to Newport	
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg...
Maine Central Rd k.. " Zealand Junc.
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd " Destination ..
Route S 45
Canadian Pacific Ry     to Newport...
Boston & Maine Rd " Lunenburg.
Maine Central Rd " Portland ...
Boston & Maine Rd " Destination
250
243
124
254
250
243
244
123
See page 45 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 46 for routes by which tickets from Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur and
Fort William are available.
X Rates prefixed I are limited to continuous passage (and All Rail Toronto to
Montreal).
1 Rates prefixed 1 are for tickets limited to continuous passage east of Montreal.
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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.
RouteS T 2 Rate $1.50
Profile & Franconia Notch Rd to Profile House    83
Return same route. R
Boston to Cottage City, Mass., and Return.
Route S T 3 Rate $3.00
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd... .to New Bedford  194
New Bedford Martha's Vineyard &Nantucket
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Return same route. R
Boston to Narragansett Pier, R.I., and Return.
Route S T 4 Rate $3.25
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Narragansett Pier Rd " Narragansett Pier  195
Return same route. R
Boston to Newport, R.I., and Return.
Route S T 5 Rate $2.50
New York New Haven & Hartford Rd ... to Newport  194
Return same route. R
Digby to Yarmouth, N.S., and Return.
Ro te S T 6 Rate $2.70
Dominion Atlantic Ry to Yarmouth  168
Return same route. R
Fabyans to Summit Mt. Washington and Return.
Route S T 7 Rate $4.00
Boston & Maine Rd to Base of Mt. Washington  6
Mount Washington Ry " Summit  55
Return same route. R
Fredericton Junction to Fredericton and Return.
Route S T 8 Rate $1.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fredericton     11
Return same route. K
Greenville Junction 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 Junction and
Return (Moosehead Lake).
Route S T 10 Rate $7.40
Canadian Pacific Ry    to Greenville Junc  253
Return same route. R
Lennoxville or Sherbrooke to Lake Megantic and Return.
Route S T 11 Rate $3.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Lake Megantic.
Return same route.
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McAdam Junction to Woodstock, N.B., and Return.
Route S T 12 Rate $2.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Woodstock, N.B     It
Return same route. R
McAdam Junction to St. Andrews and Return.
Route S T 13 Rate $2.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Andrews     14
Return same route. R
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EASTERN TOURS—Side Trips
Magog to Newport, Vt., and Return.
Route S T 14 Rate $1.50
Steamer to Newport 164
Return same route. R
Montreal, Que., to Ausable Chasm, N.Y., and Return.
Route S T 15 Rate $5.65
Grand Trunk Ry., Montreal to Rouses Point \ ■
Delaware & Hudson Rd '4 Pittsburgh (   RT
Keeseville AusableChasm & Lake Champ. Rd. '' Ausable Chasm f Skel.
Return same route. ]
Newport, Vt., to Magog and Return.
Route S T 16 Rate $1.50
Steamer to Magog  103
Return same route. R
Pictou to Cheticamp, Cape Breton, and Return.
Route S T 17 Rate $6.30
Steamship St. Olaf to Cheticamp 329
Return same route. R
Pictou to Magdalen Islands and Return.
Route S T 18 Rate $7.20
Steamship St. Olaf to Magdalen Islands  329
Return same route. R
Portland, Me., to Old Orchard Beach and Return.
Route S T 19 Rate 50 cents
Boston & Maine Rd to Old Orchard Beach     11
Return same route. R
Portland to Biddeford or Saco, Me., and Return.
Route S T 20 Rate 75 cents
Boston & Maine Rd to Biddeford  123
Return same route. R
Portland to Kennebunkport, Me., and Return.
Route S T 21 Rate $1.65
Boston & Maine Rd to Kennebunkport  123
Return same route. R
Portland to Scarboro Beach, Me., and Return.
Route S T 22 Rate 35 cents
Boston & Maine Rd to Scarboro Beach 123
Return same route. R
Portland to York Beach, Me., and Return.
Route S T 23 Rate $3.25
Boston & Maine Rd   to York Beach  123
Return same route. ' R
Portsmouth, N.H., to Isle of Shoals and Return.
Route S T 24 Rate $1.00
Steamer to Isle of Shoals  198
Return same route. R
Portsmouth, N.H., to North Hampton, N.H., and Return.
Route S T 25 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 26 Rate $1.45
Boston & Maine Rd to North Hampton  123
Stage 44 Rye Beach  192
Return same route. R
Quebec to Cap Tourmente and Return.
Route S T 27 Rate $1.80
Quebec Montmorency & Charlevoix Ry.... to Cap Tourmente  348
Return same route. R
Quebec to Ha Ha Bay or Chicoutimi, and Return.    R W
Route S T 28 \ Rate $9.40
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co to Ha Ha Bay or Chicoutimi...    90
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co   4< Riviere du Loup     91
Intercolonial Ry   " Levis     35
Fojrry        "Quebec      33
Quebec to Ha Ha Bay or Chicoutimi, and Return.
Route S T 29 Rate $8.00
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co to Ha Ha Bay, etc     90
Return same route. R
Quebec to Chicoutimi and Return.
Route S T 30 Rate $9.00
Quebec & Lake St, John Ry to Roberval  282
Quebec & Lake St John Ry " Chicoutimi .".... 282
Return same route. R EASTERN TOURS-Side Trips
93
Quebec to Chicoutimi and Return.
Daylight  Trio.
Route S T 31 Rate $10.00
euebec & Lake St. John Ry to Roberval      282
liebec & Lake St. John Ry " Chicoutimi  282
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Quebec    90
Quebec to Lake Edward and Return.
Route S T 32 Rate $4.50
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Lake Edward ,  273
Return same route. R
Quebec to Lake Joseph and Return.
Route S T 33 Rate $1.00
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Lake Joseph  274
Return same route. R
Quebec to Lake St. John (Roberval) and Return.
Route S T 34 Rate 87.50
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to Lake St. John (Roberval) 117
Return same route. R
Quebec to Montmorency Falls and Return.
Route S T 35 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 36 Rate $1.20
Quebec  Montmorency & Charlevoix Ry.. .to Ste. Anne de Beaupre  205
Return same route. R
Quebec to St. Raymond and Return.
Route S T 37 Rate $1.50
Quebec & Lake St. John Ry to St. Raymond  276
Return same route. R
Quebec to Tadousac and Return.
Route S T 38 Rate $5,00
Richelieu & Ontario Nav. Co to Tadousac »     90
Return same route. R
St. Andrews, N.B., to St. Stephen, N.B., and Return.
Route S T 39 Rate $0.75
Frontier Steamboat Co to St. Stephen  173
Return same route. R
St. Andrews, N.B., to Eastport, Me., and Return.
Route S T 40 Rate $0.75
Frontier Steamboat Co to Eastport  163
Return same route. R
St. Andrews, N.B., to Campobello, N.B., and Return.
Route S T 41 Rate $1.25
Frontier Steamboat Co to Eastport  163
Campobello Steamboat Co. 44 Campobello  172
Return same route. R
St. John, N.B., to Annapolis and Return.
Route S T 42 Rate $3.50
S.S. ;'Prince Rupert" to Digby. 321
Dominion Atlantic Ry 4< Annapolis 330
Return same route. R
St. John, N.B., to Digby and Return.
Route S T 43 Rate $2.50
S.S. I Prince Rupert" to Digby 321
Return same route. R
St. John, N.B., to Fredericton and Return. R W
Route ST 44 Rate good until Oct. 31st $2.50
* 4-       for one day only $2.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fredericton	
Star Line Steamers '4 St. John, N.B	
St. John, N.B., to Yarmouth and Return.
Route S T 45 Rate $5.50
SS. ,4 Prince Rupert" ,   to Digby	
Dominion Atlantic Ry <4 Yarmouth	
Return same route.
Sydney, C.B., to Louisburg and Return.
Route S T 46 Rate $1.80
Sydney & Louisburg Ry to Louisburg	
Return same route.
From Weir's, Round Lake Winnipesaukee.
Route S T 47                                                                                 Rate $1.00
Steamer Sail Round Lake  118
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321
168
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* Tickets at this rate on sale only at St. John, N.B. 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 7.50 p.m. daily
except Saturdays
For White Mountains, Portland, Old Orchard Beach and other
Seaside Resorts (from about June 29th to about September 5th,
inclusive) 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 SeeTime Table Folder.
Quebec Central Railway (from Levis)
For Boston, White Mountains and New York dep. 3.00 p.m. daily
Sunday excepted.
For Portland, White Mountain Points, Boston, etc dep. 8.55 p m.
daily, Saturday excepted.
Quebec & Lake St. John Railway.
For Lake St. John & Chicoutimi dep. 8 40 a.m, week days
Quebec Steamship Company
For Gaspe, Perce, Summerside,  Charlottetown and  Pictou dep.
noon Tuesdays, May lith and 25th,   June 8th and 2ind. July 6th
and 20th, August 3rd, 17th and 31st, as advertised thereafter.
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company.
For Saguenay River, etc dep. 8.00 am. Tuesdays and Saturdays
until June 12th; from June 12th to July 17th Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays; from July 17th daily except Sunday.
(See R. & 0. N. folder for date of withdrawal of daily service.)
FROM BOSTON :
Portland Steamship Company.
For Portland from India Wharf... .dep. 7.00 p.m. week days ; daily, 13th
June to 12th September, inclusive.
International Steamship Company
For Eastport, LubecandSt. John, N.B., from July 5th to Sept. 20th,
dep. 8.00 a.m. week days.
Yarmouth Steamship Company.
For Yarmouth from Lewis' Wharf dep. 12 noon Mon., Tues.,
Thurs. and Fri., commencing June 24th. Returning leave Yarmouth Tues., Wed., Fri. and Sat. p.m , commencing June 25th.
Canada Atlantic & Plant Steamship Line
For Halifax dep. 12 noon Tuesday and Saturday, arriving   Halifax
next afternoon. '
N. Y. N.H.&H. R.R. & Fall River Line from Park Square Station.-
For New York dep. 6p.m. and 7p.m. week da vs. Sundays 7 pm, '
N. Y. N.H.&H  R.R. via Shore Line from Park Square Station.
For New York dep. 10 a.m., 10:03 a.m., 1.03 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m.,
and 12 midnight.
FROM PORTLAND :
International Steamship Company
For Eastport and St. John, N.B., July 6th to Sept. 17th.
Tues. and Fri.
.dep. 4.00p m.
Portland Steamship Company.
For Boston, from Franklin Whart... .dep. 7-00 p.m. week days ; daily
13th June to 12th September inclusive.
Maine Central Road
For Montreal, via White Mountains and Can. Pac. Ry. (about June
28th to about Sept. 6th inclusive) .. .dep. 8.45 a.m week days and
8.45 p.m. daily, after about Sept. 6th 8.45 a m., and 5.55 p.m. week
days.
Portland, Mt. Desert & Machias Steamboat Companv
For Mt. Desert dep. 11.00 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays- EASTERN TOURS-Railway and S.S. Connections.
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[FROM GREENVILLE :
Steamer for Mt. Kineo House daily
FROM EASTPORT :
International Steamship Company, July 5th to September 20th.
For Portland and Boston dep. 6.45 p.m., daily except Sun. and Tue.
For St. John, N.B dep. 5.30 a.m. daily, except Sun. and Mon.
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.)
SS. "Prince Rupert."
For Digby, during July, August and September dep. 7.00 a.m. and
1.30 p.m. week days, arriving Digby 9.30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m , connecting with "Express " and '* Flying Bluenose" trains for Halifax
and Yarmouth. Returning from Digby, dep. 10.30 a.m. and 4.15 p.m.
and arr. St. John 1.00 p.m. and6.45 p.m.
During June, dep. from St. John 8.30 a.m. week days and arr. Digby
11.15 a.m. Returning from Digby, dep. 1.00 p m. and arr. St. John
3.45 p.m.
International Steamship Company.   July 5th to Sept. 20th.
For Eastport dep. 2.00 p.m. daily, except Sun. and Tues
For Portland dep   2.00 p.m., Mon. and Fri
For Boston dep. 2.00p.m., Mon., Wed , Thur., Fri. and Sat.
and 6.00 p m Tues.
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.''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.
SS. *' St. Olaf."
For Magdalen Islands dep. on arrival of morning trains from
Halifax. Mondays, trip taking about 16 hours, and steamship remaining at the Islands about 12 hours.
For Cheticamp, C.B  dep. on arrival last trains from Halifax and
St  John, Wednesday nights, calling at Port Hood and Margaree.
FROM DALHOUSIE :
North American Trans. Co. (1 td.) SS. "Admiral" tor Baie de Chaleur Ports
dep. 3.00 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 & Plant Steamship Line
For Boston dep. 8.00 a.m. Wed., arr. Boston 10.00 a.m Thurs. ;
dep. 10.00 p.m. Sat., arr. Boston 7.00 a m Mon.
FROM MULGRAVE :
Bras d'Or Steam Nav Co. (Ltd.)  steamer leaves Thurs. and Sat. a m for
Sydney and No. Sydney, returning Wed. and Fri. a.m.
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.
I"or additional details and any change which may he made
during" season, see current Time Tahle Folders. ,r Western Tours
i.
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To the Northwest and Pacific Coast via the Canadian
Pacific Transcontinental and Tributary Lines*
p
WESTERN 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 great sporting and mining regions in
the Rockies and British Columbia; the ports on Puget Sound ;
Portland, Ore., the Mt. Shasta Region, San Francisco and Alaska,
Hawaiian and Fijian Islands, Australia, Japan or China. 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
"The tourist should provide himself, before starting,with a "Time 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, and
furnishes a valuable sruide and index to the whole route. 98
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leaving Montreal westward bound, the quaint French suburbs, 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. From Mattawa there is rail
and steamer communication with the Temiscamingue country, a
newly-opened agricultural district, where there is unsurpassed fishing
and shooting and canoeing. The scenery of this new district is inviting,
and with the placing of fine steamers on the lakes and the erection
of good hotels, notably at Gordon Creek, where a $20,000 one
has just been erected, tourists are afforded excellent accommodation
and every facility for enjoying the beauties of this hitherto almost
unknown region with ease and comfort. u
Resuming the transcontinental journey, Lake Nipissing is
reached at North Bay, where the railway from Toronto joins the
Canadian Pacific, with passengers from southern Ontario and the
eastern States who have travelled via Niagara Falls. 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. Many hundreds of beautiful islets
at the western end of Lake Nipissing, near the mouth of French
River, may be reached from Sturgeon Falls or Cache Bay, and are
eligible sites for summer residences. Ample details about these and
other islands attainable by C. P. R. can be had from the Colonization Agent of the C. P. R. Company at Montreal. 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.
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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
?from the starting point   is   Camp Alexander, a  favorite  camping
I spot, and one of the best points for sport.    Indian guides, canoes, f%t\rr
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camp supplies and all the necessary outfit for a fishing trip may be]
hired or purchased at reasonable rates.    No civilization interferes
with the wildness and romance of the surroundings, and for a camping
and angling excursion the Nepigon offers one of the greatest attrac- j
tions in the district.
To Fort William and Port Arthur come the steamers of the
Canadian Pacific line from Owen Sound and Windsor and Sault Ste.
Marie, while most of the other Lake Superior boats call in passing.
This furnishes alternate routes between the east and these ports
during the season of navigation, and one that is justly popular.
Connection is also made with steamers of the United States &
Dominion Transportation Co., which leave Port Arthur for Duluth
twice a week.
Fort William is the western terminus of the Eastern Division of
the Canadian Pacific Railway, and of its Lake Steamship line. It is
at present only the mere beginning of what is destined to be a great WESTERN  TOURS
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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
j several very good hotels, and in the  bay and the streams of the
i neighborhood there is good fishing.
Kakabeka Falls, which have a drop of 150 feet, and in this
; respect nearly equal Niagara, are also within 20 miles of Fort
! William. Tourists remaining over have an opportunity of visiting
I the falls, as them are frequent excursions each week during the
I season to Stanley Park, from which it is a pleasant drive of three
j miles to the cataract.
From Fort William to Winnipeg the railway crosses a region of
i rocky woods, lakes and rivers, valuable for its mines and timber,
i through whose intricacies fur-traders have guided their canoes for two
j hundred and fifty years.    At numerous points,  lumber and milling
i industries are actively carried  on,  while  mining is undergoing a
I development from which results  are  expected  that  will rival the
| famous Kootenay districts of British Columbia, as it is now definitely
I known that the country from the shores of Lake Superior to within
j the boundary of Manitoba, is richer in precious metals than the
Transvaal of South Africa, and indeed many of the operators in
these African fields have invested largely in the district, while some
of them have transferred their operations to this new field.     Operations are not confined to any one district.     In this extensive gold
bearing country of about three hundred miles, 5,000 claims have been
staked since the summer of 1896,  the  ores from which assay from
$10 to $120 per ton,  while the mines which have been provided
with facilities for handling and reducing the ores and worked by men
with a knowledge of their business have produced results that illustrate that fortunes can be made in these Ontario gold fields in a brief
period.    A few notable instances are the Sultana (for which it  is
said   $1,500,000  was  refused recently),   Mikado,   Regina,  Swede,
Scramble, the Foley, Preston and Ferguson mines and many others.
New centres of population are springing up, such as Wabigoon
on the lake of the same name, Mine Centre on the Seine river, and
others on Manitou and Rainy lakes,  but Rat Portage will undoubtedly be the central point for this miners' and tourists' paradise.    It
is already a seat of much business enterprise, having extensive fisheries,
the  product  of the   lake  being  shipped   to   New York, Detroit,
Chicago, St. Paul and Denver.  There are large lumber mills here and
at Keewatin, where there is an immense flour mill, and the gigantic
works of the Keewatin Power Co., the latter offering unlimited capabilities for manufacturing industries and providing the power for use
in extracting the gold from the ores.     It is also a very pleasant summering place,   thousands  flocking thither yearly  to  spend  a  few
months in the summer villas of every degree of magnificence built on
the wonderful array of islands dotting the Lake of the Woods.
The Rainy Lake and Seine River gold fields, which are assuming
large proportions, are reached from Rat Portage, steamers leaving
regularly during the week for Fort Frances, where connection is made
with steamers plying on Rainy Lake.     The well-equipped line of 102
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steamers already on this route and which are provided with the
latest improvements, has been augmented this season by the new
twin-screw steamer," Keenora," built of steel and having accommodation for nearly 200 passengers, affording all the luxuries to be found
on boats on the larger lakes.
Consequent upon the development of the Manitou mining district
a new route has also been opened up, steamer being taken from
Wabigoon to the south end of the lake, whence a portage of eight
miles is made, another steamer being taken on Manitou Lake, from
which a portage of ten miles has to be made to Rainy Lake, whence
a steamer is taken to Fort Frances, a total distance from Wabigoon
of ninety miles.
Winnipeg is a Chicago so far as 40,000 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. It is connected by
twenty miles of railway with Lake Winnipeg, one of the great inland
lakes of the continent, from whose waters the season's output of fish
each year will shortly reach ten million pounds. Steamers run semi-
weekly on Lake Winnipeg between Selkirk at the mouth of the Red
River of the North and Grand Rapids at the mouth of the Saskatchewan River. The rapids are worthy of their name, and to run them is
a novel and delightful experience.
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, which are gradually and
steadily being taken up by the settler. In 1885, when the Canadian
Pacific Ry. was completed, this western country was importing food
products. Ten year's later, Manitoba's 25,000 farmers alone raised
over sixty millions of bushels of wheat, oats, barley and flax, while,
with the Territories, they exported to the Eastern Provinces, and to
the old country, during the same year, nearly 75,000 head of cattle,
horses, sheep and hogs. During the first day's travel thriving towns,
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.
From Dunmore the Lethbridge coal fields and the great cattle country
of Southern Alberta are reached by a branch line. of the Canadian
Pacific; and from Calgary branch lines run to Macleod, the centre of
the ranching industry, and northerly to Edmonton, from which expeditions may be made to the great Mackenzie Basin, which offers more
than ordinary attractions to the venturesome explorer and hunter of
big game.
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
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—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 over five hundred miles there is a succession
of views unequalled for grandeur on the American continent.
"Do not try to take in all of this in one unbroken trip " 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 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, which affords luxurious accommodation, attracts pleasure
and health seekers from the world's capitals in yearly increasing
numbers. 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 bridle-paths. In the
rivers and lakes trout are plentiful, and in the hills and forests roam
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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 nine 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 conven
ient headquarters for sportsmen, and sources of supply for camping-
parties. A steam launch plies upon the Bow river and Vermillion
lakes, giving access to the best points and a fine view of the surroundings. Excellent canoes and skiffs are also kept for hire and will be
Bound 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 and Cascade rivers within a short
walk of the hotel, the fish taking the fly greedily.    A large number of
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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 cayuse, as the native ponies are
called. Shooting expeditions for big game in the northern foot-hills
of the mountains and in• the nearer recesses are outfitted at Banff.
Thirty-four miles west of Banff is Laggan, the station for the
"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 is fed by a glacier
which covers a side of a third eminence at the farther end. A chale't
has been built by the Company on the near shore at which parties can
find excellent accommodation.    The ascent to the upper lakes—Mirror
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and Agnes—is easily made, ponies being procurable for those not wishing to climb, and a good trail leads to Saddleback Mountain, from
which a superb view of Paradise Valley is gained. Sleeping accommodation can be obtained if one desires to remain longer than one
day. The chalet is under the same management as the Banff Springs
Hotel.    There is telephonic communication with Banff.
As the visitor emerges from the forest on the margin of Lake
Louise, his first exclamation usually is, " How beautiful! " and his
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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
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part   of   which   is  magnificent.    (See   pamphlet,   "Banff  in   the
Canadian Rockies.") i WM
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 the
loftiest peaks of the
Rockies. For mountaineering excursions, the
shooting of big game, or
sketching expeditions it
has a most advantageous situation. Emerald
Lake, a splendid fishing
water, is a delightful
spot for tourists to spend
a day.
At Golden station,
at the mouth of the
Kicking Horse canon, a
steamer leaves for Windermere lakes at the
head of the Columbia
river, connecting there with steamers for Fort Steele, where the
famous North Star and Wild Horse mines are located in a region rich
in mineral wealth, which promises a more rapid development with the
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learly construction of the Crow's Nest Pass railway. There is excellent fishing and shcoting along the Upper Columbia and the scenery
ilacks none of the picturesqueness which is characteristic of the mountains. The trip on the Columbia may be extended by making an
easy portage to the Kootenay river at Fort Steele, where steamer is
itaken to Jennings, Montana.
The Glacier Hotel, near the summit of the Selkirks, is another
(place of rest and recreation. It is placed high, among forested 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
jrocky 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 orna-
jmental 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 accom-
imodate the increased travel.
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From Revelstoke a delightful side-trip may be made down the
Columbia River, which,  a short distance below Revelstoke,  opens
into the beautiful Arrow lakes, which are  surrounded by a grandly
j picturesque country that offers excellent sport.      This trip is by rail
to Arrowhead, so named from its situation at the head of the Arrow
j lakes, thence by steamers "Nakusp " and " Kootenay " through the
Upper Arrow lake to Nakusp and  by rail  to  Three   Forks,   New
Denver (on Slocan lake) and Sandon into the very centre of the mining regions of the Slocan, celebrated alike for the richness of their
mineral wealth and splendor of scenery,  the canon of the  Three
Forks being a remarkable gorge worth  seeing.     Slocan lake is a
[delightful and placid sheet of water, on which the Company's steamer
plies from Roseberry, a station on the Nakusp  & Slocan  branch
near the head of the lake, to New Denver, Silverton, Slocan City and
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Instead of stopping off at Nakusp, the trip may be continued
through the Arrow lakes by steamer, enabling the angler to reach the
Lower Kootenay river. From the mouth of that river at Robson,
the Columbia & Kootenay Ry., which is operated by the Can. P.
Co., runs along the river bank till the important mining town of
Nelson is reached. At this point a smelter, for the handling of the
ore from the district, has been erected, and several of the mine
owners in the immediate neighborhood have also built an aerial
railway for the carriage of the ores to the smelter. On Kootenay
lake there is an excellent daily steamboat service—the C. P. R.'s
" Kokanee " rivalling the Company's Columbia river steamers in construction and equipment. From Nelson it is a pleasant trip to
Ainsworth, Pilot Bay, Kaslo, etc., into the heart of the extensive
mining country along the shores of Kootenay lake.
The Lower Kootenay river has many pretty and attractive falls
and rapids, forming pools which at different spots are literally alive
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with trout, rainbow and silver. Fishing and camping parties can
obtain through the Company's agent at Nelson, cooks, provisions,
camping outfits and guides. The entire fishing ground being within
easy distance of the C. & K. Ry., fishing parties are always within
reach of communication. Continuing south from Robson, steamer is
taken for Trail (the landing place for Rossland, B.C.), the tourist
now being within the famous Trail Creek mining district. Extensive smelting works for the treatment of the ore from the district
have been erected at the new town of Trail and are now in
active operation. After a very delightful ride of nine miles from
Trail over the C. & W. Ry. (an exceptionally picturesque mountain line), or after an equally interesting stage drive of six miles,
the tourist reaches Rossland, one of the most interesting and prosperous mining camps in British Columbia, and, at the present day, in
America. Though little more than eighteen months old it has a
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which the War Eagle and Le Roi are perhaps the most widely known.
A line of railway is now under construction from Robson to Trail,
and on completion during the summer of 1897, direct connection will
be made between Rossland and Trail, and the C. P. R. steamers
plying daily to and from Robson and Arrowhead. Tourists desiring
a change of route when returning may proceed from Rossland to
Spokane.
The three districts of the Kootenay country are now engaging
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unusual attention, and miners, prospectors and others, attracted by
the vastness and richness of its mineral resources, are making their
way there in large numbers. Each year sees new discoveries of gold,
silver and other minerals, and new roads and trails are in the course
of construction to the latest discoveries.
At Sicamous a branch line extends to the fertile valley of the
Okanagan lake, where sportsmen will find abundance of fish, black
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tail deer and other game. The 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 tri-weekly,
with Midway, Boundary Falls, Anaconda, Greenwood, Rock Creek
and Grand Forks in Boundary Creek district; and with stage for
Fairview, Osoyoos, Oro and Loomiston, and other points in the rich
and rapidly developing mining country of the Okanagan.
A delightful health and pleasure resort is the pretty little city of
Kamloops in the great basin between the Gold and Coast ranges,
where the absolute requirements of salubrious climate and pleasant
surroundings, essential to the cure of lung troubles, are happily combined in the highest degree. High medical authorities agree that
the conditions existing here are the most favorable known for
consumptives.
Savonas, where valuable quicksilver deposits have been discovered, is at the further end of Kamloops Lake, near where the
wonderful canons of the Thompson begin. The lake offers opportunities for pleasant sails, steam launches being procurable at
Kamloops.
The famous goldfields of Cariboo are reached from Ashcroft,
on the main line of the C. P. R., by stage which leaves for Clinton
tri-weekly, beyond which point there is semi-weekly communication ;
but special stages can be secured by pre-arrangement, and a steamboat
service during the season of navigation on the Upper Fraser from Soda
Creek to Quesnelle reduces the time to the gold fields materially.
The district only awaits the railway facilities, the preliminaries of
which have been inaugurated, and which, when completed, will aid
in the the development of a gold region confidently anticipated to
surpass in its yield anything that has been discovered within the last
forty years and in which now many financially-strong companies are
working energetically with modern appliances for the extraction of the
precious metal.
At North Bend, in the midst of the superb scenery of the famous
Fraser canons, is another hotel similar to those before mentioned.
This is a desirable stopping place, as it forms a most convenient
centre for explorations of the canons.
Harrison Springs, on Harrison Lake, a little beyond North
Bend, is sought for its hot sulphur springs. It is reached by stage
(6 miles) from Agassiz station. The lake is studded with islands, and
on it plies a steam launch for pleasure and fishing parties.
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 Seattle, Tacoma, New Whatcom, Portland, San Francisco
and all other points on the Pacific Coast.
Twelve miles east of Vancouver a branch line runs to New
Westminster, a flourishing city on the Fraser river, and the headquarters of the salmon canning industry. 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 eleven years old, yet it has about 20,000
inhabitants and a flourishing commerce.
Its situation is unrivalled,
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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
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the Company has erected a large hotel, the Vancouver, second to none
on   the   Pacific   Coast,   which   for  comfort  and  luxury  compares
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east rises the snow-capped cone of Mount Baker; to the north and
north-west, 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 thev
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. The new goverment buildings across James' Bay, erected
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and design, and within their walls the visitor wdll find many things
pertaining to the province that will interest him—the museum and
library especially being worthy of more than a hurried visit. 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 Saanich. Esquimalt, three miles distant, the rendezvous of the
British navy in the North Pacific, where there are immense dry docks
and marine railway and huge fortifications, is reached by electric
tram car, or by a pleasant carriage drive. 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.
B. The Great Lakes 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 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 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 them 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 they are rapidly
becoming important commercial centres and popular summer resorts.
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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.
Another route to the Soo and Fort William is from Toronto to
Windsor, opposite Detroit, thence by the Canadian Pacific Railway's
Clyde-built SS. "Alberta." The steamer's course is up the Detroit
and St. Clair Rivers and through Lakes St. Clair and Huron and
via Detour Passage, and the new Hay Lake Channel in St. Mary's
river—a magnificent stream whose tortuous course of sixty miles is a
succession of expansions into lakes and contractions into narrow
straits environed with high hills and dotted with forest-clad islets,
with small towns scattered along either bank. This route will
alternate with that via Owen Sound, and will be operated from June
26th to August 28th, inclusive, the "Alberta" leaving Windsor every
Saturday immediately after the arrival of the C. P. R. train from
Montreal and Toronto.
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 byway of the Detour strait, after which the steamer turns
westward along the northern shore of Lake Huron, passing the
curious Cheneaux islets, favorite resorts of fishermen and campers,
and reaching Mackinac in the early afternoon. The island stands at
the western extremity of Mackinac straits by which Lakes Michigan
and Huron interchange their waters. It contains about three and a
half square miles, nearly all of which is reserved as a national park
and 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 a million prismatic tints of
glorious light on wave and sky. Arch Rock is one of the wildest,
weirdest, sublimest freaks of nature's 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-window is about three feet wide, and it
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bulges out some twenty feet from the cliff, overhanging the blue-
green 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.
A very pleasant side-trip may be made from Sault Ste. Marie to
the Desbarats Islands, 30 miles away on the north shore of Lake
Huron, where one day or one week can be most delightfully spent in
camp. The islands are beautiful, with bold and varied outlines, and
have a magnificent climate ; recently the Ontario Government has
surveyed 100 of them, and these are now offered for sale with building conditions at $5.00 and upwards. They are most easily reached
by taking the C. P. R. from Sault Ste. Marie to Desbarats Station,
and at the clean, comfortable village inn, tents, boats, cooking utensils
and everything necessary for camping can be procured.
Algoma Park, a charming resort at the foot of Lake Superior,
is reached by the C.P.R. steamships, and a steam launch makes connection between this favorite summering place and the Canadian
Soo. The hotel accommodation has been recently doubled to accommodate the increased number of visitors.
All the other pleasure resorts, fishing stations and lumber ports,
in northern Michigan and Wisconsin, can easily be reached by rail or
steamer from Sault Ste. Marie. Connection can be made for Chicago,
by boats of the Lake Michigan & 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 for Fort William, the Canadian Pacific
steamships, after calling at Algoma Park, five miles west of the Soo,
take their course directly across the widest part of Lake Superior,
and in  less  than twenty hours  come within  sight  of  the rocky
bluffs of   Isle Roy ale,  and the  tremendous purple promontory of
Thunder   Cape — "The  Giant  Asleep."      This  turreted headland
shelters the large indentation of Thunder 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 evidence of a healthy growth.    During
the past few years a noticeable advance in the value of real estate took
place; the number of places of business increased materially, and,
while free from the dangerous "boom " element, the town is unmistakably advancing rapidly.    Here the tourist usually enjoys an interval
of some hours between the arrival of the steamer and the departure of
the   westbound   transcontinental train,  there being excellent  hotel
accommodation, the "Kaministiquia" being a first-class house, 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.    From Port Arthur and Fort William
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Park, 14 miles distant, from which it is a delightful drive of four miles
to Kakabeka Falls, which are nearly as high as those of Niagara,
and the surrounding scenery is wild and picturesque. The climate
of Thunder Bay is suitable for hay fever patients, and many
of those benefited by their visit here return every year to escape the
season during which the attacks come on at home. Several steamers
each week run between Fort William and Port Arthur and Duluth.
C. "The Soo" Route,—A new, direct, and at the same time
very interesting all rail route is by way of Sault Ste. Marie to St.
Paul, Minneapolis and the Canadian and American Northwest
generally. This route is by the main line of the Canadian Pacific
westward to Sudbury, thence by the Sault Ste. Marie branch, passengers from Western Ontario reaching Sudbury by way of Toronto
and North Bay. Through sleeping cars run from Boston to St. Paul
and Minneapolis via Sault Ste. Marie. Sudbury is 60 miles west
of Lake Nipissing and in the midst of rocky hills abounding in
copper and nickel, the deposits of the latter ore being the largest in
the world. The Sault Ste. Marie branch of the Canadian Pacific
Railway here diverges  and takes a southwesterly course through a
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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 Bruce Mines have contributed $7,000,000 worth
of copper to the world's supply. North of Desbarats are gold and
iron mines of great promise. From Desbarats, ferry can be taken for
St. Joseph's Island and for the camps on the myriad islands of the
north channel of Lake Huron, of which here is obtained a partial
glimpse.
The St. Mary's river" is crossed just above the Sault (or rapids)
by a fine steel bridge, 3,000 feet in length, which connects the Canadian and American towns. This locality has already been described
under heading "The Great Lakes Route."
From here a choice of two routes is offered. One is by the
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry., westward through the
northern peninsula of Michigan, long celebrated for its lumbering and
mining industries, and as an exceptionally good locality for deer, I
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grouse and fish. After skirting the northern shore of Lake Michigan
and passing Manistique, with its Spring Lake, a natural phenomenon
as wonderful in its way as the falls of Niagara, Gladstone, Escanaba
and Pembine, all within easy reach of some of the best fishing and
hunting grounds of Michigan, the line crosses the State of Wisconsin
through a country varied with dense forest, rolling prairies, large
farms and park-like expanses. C,$j
The marvels of the "Dalles Country" of Wisconsin are well
known, and it must be remembered that this 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 Rhinelander, the
gateway to the lake region of Northern Wisconsin, 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, near which is the picturesque
"Interstate Park " of over I,ooo acres bordering on the St. Croix
river between St. Croix falls and Osceola, which is undoubtedly one
of the most attractive spots in America. Sport in the vicinity is also
good, there being many trout brooks and trout streams and fishing
lakes within a short drive.
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 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 rail, there being
a choice of three routes.
The cities of St. Paul and 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
close connection is made with the main line of the Canadian Pacific.
The celebrated park region of Minnesota is traversed from the twin
cities to Elbow Lake, a territory abounding in lovely lakes from
which he who returns with an empty creel is a poor angler indeed.
•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 WESTERN TOURS
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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
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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 122
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Canadian Pacific Railway from Montreal via Ottawa, or by the direct
line to Toronto, as they may wish, 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.
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, being situated at the head
of navigation on Clinton river, which circles through and around part
of the city, adding to its beauty and advantages as a pleasure resort.
From here excursions are made to Lake St. Clair and to the islands
which stud the lake. Fishing is only one of the many enjoyable
sports to be had in the locality. There is an excellent half-hour service on the Rapid Ry. Electric Line between Detroit and Mount
Clemens.
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, and to Winnipeg there is direct rail connection via Gretna
by the Great Northern and Canadian Pacific Railways. *m
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II.
Tours on the Pacific Coast*
From Vancouver steamers ply daily (Monday excepted) to
Victoria, and to Nanaimo daily, Fridays excepted. On Monday
Victoria is reached via New Westminster.
From Victoria steamers depart about every five days for San
Francisco, and daily, Sundays included, for Puget Sound ports, making
connections at Tacoma with trains for Portland, Ore., San Francisco
and Southern California.
From Vancouver the tourist can take train via Mission Junction
to Seattle, Tacoma, New Whatcom, 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 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 for this trip, and
occupies about twelve days. The voyage is altogether in the quiet
waters of sheltered bays and straits protected from the gales and
great waves of the outer Pacific by the barrier of islands that everywhere form an outer line to the mainland of the north Pacific coast.
Archipelagoes, peninsulas, bays, inlets, forest-clad mountains, alternating with bare-peaked and snow-capped giants, quaint native
villages and busy mining .towns and huge ice-fields are amongst the
prominent features of the trip to the land of the midnight sun. So
popular are these tours to 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. From
Juneau steamers run to Dyea and Chilcoot, from which the great
gold basin of the Yukon is reached overland.
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 "Queen" make
regular trips to Alaskan points, the former all the year round and the
latter during the tourist season. This year a personally conducted
party will leave New York and Boston on July 12th, and Montreal
the following morning, crossing the continent by the Canadian Pacific
Railway, and returning by the Great Northern Ry. and Upper
Lake Steamships to Buffalo, taking in Niagara Falls en route home.
Detailed information of this trip is given in pamphlets issued by
the CP.R. Co.
B. To Tacoma, Washington, and Portland, Ore.—As
already stated there is direct rail communication from Vancouver, via
Mission Junction, to Seattle, Tacoma, New Whatcom, Portland, San
Francisco, etc., and those passengers who have taken steamer at
Vancouver, but desire to visit Victoria, can do so and continue their XT
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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
Sound 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.
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Seattle, situated on the eastern shore of Puget Sound, is the largest
city in the state of Washington. This city is fortunate in the possession of a fresh water lake easy of access by means of several electric
and cable tram lines. On the shores of the lake, the city has created
three beautiful parks to which a visit should be made. Tacoma, at
the head of Puget Sound, about 30 miles to the south of Seattle, is
another flourishing city of rapid growth. Like Seattle, this city boasts
of a magnificent park, and there are several delightful drives in the ■^F
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vicinity. From these two ports steamers ply to the new towns
springing up all along the many armed shores of Puget Sound.
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 terminus of
both the Northern and Union Pacific railways, and has several local
roads and lines of steamers. Astoria, at the mouth of the Columbia,
the American headquarters of the salmon-canning industry, is of
considerable interest and is reached from Portland by steamer.
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.
C. 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.
Fifty-five hours are required for the passage from Victoria. The
coast is in sight for 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.
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J SPECIAL
INFORMATION     in
CONNECTION
WITH
^ W/estern
vvl 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. Johns, Que., St. John, N.B., Prescott, Brockville, Toronto,
Hamilton, 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., and
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, Calgary, Laggan, Field, Glacier (except where otherwise
stated), are good for six months from date of issue. To other points,
unless otherwise stated, the final limit will be November 1st.
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 made to read either via
Rail Route (Carleton Junc.) or via Ontario Route, as passengers may
desire.
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 routes on payment of ia 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
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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 or Windsor,
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.
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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 or Windsor and Fort William or Sault Ste. Marie and Fort
William, and should tourist desire to alter his route on return
from Rail to either of the Lake Routes or vice versa, he can do so,
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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
exchanged by C. P. R. Agent at Sault Ste. Marie or Owen Sound)
by the Local Steamship Lines running north of Manitoulin Island
and calling at intermediate ports.
Berths in Steamships of the Canadian Pacific S.S. Line can be
procured through ticket Agent when purchasing ticket, or through
city ticket offices at Toronto, Fort William or Winnipeg.
Berths in Alaska steamships can be procured through ticket
agent, from Passenger Traffic Manager, Montreal, from Assistant
General Passenger Agent, Toronto, or from District Passenger
Agents. UXcstcvn Cours
TO
Cbe tipper Lakes
Cbe JNfortb-west
AND Cbe pacific Coast
Agassiz, B.C., and Return, for Harrison Hot Springs,
From
Route
Rate
From
Route
Rate
Huntingdon.	
do	
R200
R200
R200
R200
R200
•IT $2.50
3.25
5.00
IT   2.50
IT   2.50
R200
R201
R202
R202
$5.00
Victoria	
8.00
Westminster	
do.
New Whatcom	
do.
H  4.00
5.00
Time Limit, 30 days.
*H Good going Friday to return until Monday, or going Saturday to return
until Tuesday.
Route R 200 Rates as above.
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 Junc  226
Canadian Pacific Ry " Agassiz     14
Return same route. R
AlNSWORTH, B.C., AND RETURN.
Same rates and routes as to Kaslo.   See Routes R 234, 235 and 236.
Alaska (Sitka, Glacier Bay, etc.) and Return.
Route R 203 Rates as follows:
From Toronto and Hamilton.$200.50
"     London  200.50
"     St. Thomas  200.50
"     Detroit  200.50
"     NiagaraFalls  202.75
"     Buffalo   203.70
Sault Ste. Marie. *200.50
From Boston $221.50
"     St.John,N.B  236.00
"     Quebec   220.10
'•     Montreal   215.10
"     Ottawa  2P9.55
*«     Prescott  209.55
"     Brockville  208.85
From Fort William $170.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William 266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.)..." Victoria     17
UPacific Coast Steamship Co " Sitka     68
Return same route. R
t     Alaska (Sitka, Glacier Bay, etc.) and Return.      R W
Route R 204 Rates same as for Route R 203
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Fort William 266
Canadian Pacific Ry    " Vancouver 286
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.)... " Victoria     17
UPacific Coast Steamship Co   " Sitka     68
IIPacific Coast Steamship Co   " Victoria     68
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.)...  " Vancouver     17
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Fort William  266
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line   " Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point 265
1 Meals and Berths included.
* Rate from Sault Ste. Marie for ticket both ways via C. P. S. S. Line to Fort
William will be $185.00.
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. ISO
WESTERN TOURS
Alaska (Sitka, Glacier Bay, etc.) and Return.
Route R 205
From Boston $221.50 From
"      St. John, N.B  236.00      "
Quebec  224.65      "
"      Montreal  219.65      "
"      Ottawa  214.20      "
"      Prescott  214.20       "
From Buffalo	
Canadian Pacific Ry to
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line  "
Canadian Pacific Ry  "
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.).. "
UPacific Coast Steamship Co  "
II Pacific Coast Steamship Co  "
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.).. "
Canadian Pacific Ry  "
Minneapolis St. Paul&SaultSte Marie Ry. "
Canadian Pacific Ry  "
Same rates will apply via St. Paul and
Rates as follows :
Brockville ..I. .$213.50
Toronto and Hamilton.... 205.15
London  205.15
St. Thomas 205.15
Detroit  205.15
Niagara Falls  207.40
 $208.85
Owen Sound  265
Fort William     18
Vancouver  266
Victoria    17
Sitka .    68
Victoria    68
Vancouver    17
Portal............. ...;..   14
S. S. Marie via Minneapolis.. 175
Starting Point    14
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  81.00
"    Ottawa  27.85
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $24.95
"     Toronto and Hamilton 14.50
''     London  16.95
"     St.Thomas 17.70
"     Niagara Falls  16.75
I     Buffalo  17.75
  265
"     Prescott 25.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound
||North Shore Navigation Co. or
HGreat Northern Transit Co " Algoma Mills 268 or 228
Return same route. R
ir
Ashland, Wis., and Return.
Route R 20
From   Boston $53.75
««      St. John.N.B  68.25
B      Quebec  54.00
Montreal 49.00
"      Ottawa  45.85
"      Prescott  43.60
Rates as follows :
From Brockville $42.95
"      Toronto and Hamilton 32.50
"      London 32.50
"      St.Thomas    82.50
Detroit  82.50
Niagara Falls  34.75
From Buffalo  $35.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound...  265
I Canadian Pacific Steamship Line  " Sault Ste. Marie
L. M. & L. S. T. Co  | Ashland	
Return same route.
18
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Banff Hot Springs and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Brockville .t$ 98.50
"     Toronto and Hamilton..t 85.15
s     London + 85.15
"    St.Thomas t 85.15
15     Detroit t 85.15
B    NiagaraFalls .t 87.40
266
266
Route R 208
From Boston t$101.50
"     St. John, N.B t 116.00
"     Quebec t 104.65
"    Montreal ♦   99.65
"    Ottawa t   94.20
"    Prescott t   94.20
From Buffalo $88.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William.....
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Banff Hot Springs
Canadian Pacific Ry .••••• '  ^or^y ■ v j ■;" ■,-.: ,v ■ • ,if
Minneapolis St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry " S. S. Marie via Minneapolis.. 175
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point    14
t Limit 90 days.
1 Tours prefixed thus X will, when requested at time of purchase, be made applicable via Windsor and the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, instead ol via
Owen Sound,
IT Tours prefixed thus IT will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Lino than via Owen Sound.
r Meals and Berths included. WESTERN TOUftS
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Banff Hot Springs, or
Calgary, or
Laggan (For Lakes in the Clouds),
-and Return.    R W
Route R 209
From   Boston  $101.50
St. John, N.B 106.00
Quebec     90.00
Montreal  90.00
Ottawa t$89.05 90.00
Prescott + 89.05 90.00
Brockville + 88-35 90.00
Rates as follows :
From Toronto & Hamilton t$80.00$85.00
"     London t 80.00 85.00
'«     St.Thomas t 80.00 85.00
"     NiagaraFalls t 82.25 87.25
"    Buffalo + 83.20 88.20
"     Detroit + 80.00 85.00
" S.S. Marie via Lake Route. 70.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry " Banff  Hot  Springs, or  Calgary, or Laggan  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  266
Same rates will apply via St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie, going or returning.
+
Banff Hot Springs, or
Calgary, or
Laggan (For Lakes in the Clouds),
and Return.
Route R 210 Rates same as for Route R 209
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound	
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Banff Hot Springs	
Return same route.
265
18
266
R
Banff Hot Springs,
Calgary,
and Return.
Route R 211 Rates same as for Route R 209
From Winnipeg to Banff. +$40.00   From Fort William to Banff.+$50.00. .$60.00
"    Winnipeg to Calgary §50.00       "     Port Arthur to Banff. + 50.00.. 60.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William 266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Banff Hot Springs or Calgary 266
Return same route. R
Banff Hot Springs and Return
Route R 212
Rates as follows:
From  Victoria, B.C $40.00
"       Vancouver, B. C  40.00
"       Westminster    40.00
9      New Whatcom  40.00
P       Seattle  40.00
From Centralia $45.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Banff	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Arrowhead
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line " Northport.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry " Spokane ..
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry " Northport.
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line P Arrowhead,
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
Or from Robson by
Canadian Pacific Ry " Nelson ..
Nelson & Fort Shepard Ry " Boundary
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry " Spokane .
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry ° Boundary ..
Nelson & Fort Shepard Ry P Nelson 301
Canadian Pacific Ry " Robson  216
From Tacoma $40.00
"     Olympia 40.00
P     Port Townsend  40.00
"     Anacortes  40.00
♦Portland. Ore *45.00
14
14
322
217
217
322
216
301
802
302
* Passengers from Portland at this rate may, on application to agent at time of
purchase, have their tickets arranged to return direct from Sf okane to Portland via Oregon Rd. & Nav. Co.'s Line.
+ On sale May 15th to Sept. 30th. Limited for return until Nov. 1st. § On sale
all year.    Time limit 60 days.
X Rates 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.
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Banff Hot Springs and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Tacoma $30 00
"     Seattle   30 00
«'      Portland, Ore.    35 00
g     Centralia   35.
Olympia   30.
.00
.00
Route R 213
From Westminster, B.C $30.00
Vancouver, B.C 30.00
"      Victoria, B.C 30 00
"       Anacortes 30.00
f      New Whatcom 30.00
From Port Townsend '...'...$30.00
Canadian Pacific Ry. to Banff Hot Springs     14
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point    14
The route from Victoria is via the Canadian Pacific Navigation Company to
Vancouver (17), thence as above. From Portland, Tacoma, Centralia and
Olympia, via the Northern Pacific Ry. to Seattle (297), Seattle & International
Ry. to Huntingdon Junction (345), thence as above; returning same route.
Calgary, Alberta, and Return.
See Routes R 209, 210 and 211.
Chicago, III., and Return.
Route R 214
From   Boston $37.00
"       St. John, N.B 51.50
Quebec 38.00
"       Montreal 33.00
Rates as follows:
From Ottawa $31.00
"     Prescott 30.70
I     Brockville 30.00
"     Toronto 22.35
From London $16.65
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit....
Wabash Rd " Chicago...
Return same route.
264
199
R
IT
Route R 215
From Boston  +$52.75 §$54.75
9 St. John,N.B. t 67.25 § 69.25
" Quebec  t 53.00 § 55.00
«* Montreal.  ... + 48.00 § 50.00
" Ottawa  t 44.35 § 46.35
" Prescott   t 42.60 § 44.60
" Brockville .... t 41/95 § 43.95
Chicago, III., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Toronto  t$31.50 §$33.50
"    Hamilton + 31.50 § 33.50
"     London  t 31.50 § 33.50
"     St.Thomas  + 31.50 § 33.50
" Niagara Falls .... +33
"     Buffalo  t 34
"     Detroit  t 31.50 § 33.50
.75
.70
35.75
36.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound ....
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie
||Lake Mich. & Lake Superior Trans. Co.. " Chicago	
Return same route.
265
18
43
R
Chicago, III., and Return.
R W
Route R 216
Rates as follows
From Prescott $40.55
"     Brockville  39.90
"     Toronto and Hamilton  29.45
"     London  29.45
"     St. Thomas  29.45
From Boston  $50.70
I     St. John, N.B     65.20
"     Quebec     48.75
"     Montreal     43.75
"     Ottawa     42.10
From Detroit  $29.45
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie     18
BL.M.& L.S.T.Co " Chicago    43
Wabash Rd " Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point 264
Return same route. R
t In effect during July and August only.   § In effect during June and September.
t 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.
TT Tours prefixed thus H will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
|| Meals and Berths included.
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Chicago, III., and Return.
Route R 217                                                      Rates sames as Route R 216
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
(Canadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste Marie     18
Arnold Line Steamer " Mackinac Island.  258
BNor. Mich Trans. Co.'s Steamer "Chicago 320
Wabash Rd " Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  264
Chicago, III., and Return.
R W
Rates as follows
Route R 218
From Winnipeg $54.20   From Fort William $54.20
From Victoria and Vancouver $117.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William 266
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie 133
||L. M. & L. S. T. Co " Chicago    43
Choice of six railways " St. Paul 0
Minneapolis St. P. & S.S. Marie Ry " Portal 263
Canadian Pacific Rv " 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).
The route from Sault Ste. Marie to Chicago may, on payment of $1.00
extra, be varied to read :
Arnold Line Steamer to Mackinac Island  258
flNor. Mich. Trans. Co's Steamer " Chicago  320
IT
Duluth, Minn., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $42.95
P     Toronto and Hamilton  32.50
"     London  32.50
"     St. Thomas  32.50
9     NiagaraFalls  34.75
Buffalo     35.70
Route R 219
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 265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie     18
HAnchor Line, or L. M. & L. S. T. Co 9 Duluth     289
Return same route. R
Duluth, Minn., and Return.
RW
Route R 220
Rates as ollows
From Boston    $57.00 From Brockville
St John, N.B  71.50
Quebec   57.25
Montreal   52.25
Ottawa  48.60
Prescott 46.85
$46.20
Toronto and Hamilton 35.75
London 35.75
St. Thomas   35.75
Niagara Falls    38.00
Buffalo  38.95
From Detroit     $35.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie     18
HAnchor Line, orL.M. & L. S. T. Co .... "Duluth    289
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry " Sault Ste. Marie  115
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
Duluth, Minn., and Return.
Route R 221
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
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry " Duluth	
Rates as follows:
From Toronto and Hamilton $38.00
"      London 38.00
"     St.Thomas  38.00
"     Niagara Falls 40.25
"     Buffalo  41.20
9     Detroit      38.00
9     Sault Ste. Marie  18.00
     14
  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 or via
Owen Sound.
IT Tours prefixed thus IT w2Fbe $2 00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
|| Meals and Berths included.
< 134
WESTERN TOURS
IT
Route R 222
From Boston $55.75
" St John, N.B  70.25
" Quebec 56.00
" Montreal  51.00
" Ottawa  47.35
Duluth, Minn., and Return.
$:■;■>■ Rates as follows :
From Brockville $44.95
"      Toronto and Hamilton ..... 84.50
"     London  31.50
"     St. Thomas 34.50
"     NiagaraFalls  36.75
Buffalo 37.70
"      Prescott 45.60
From Detroit  $34.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
I Canadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie     18
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry " Duluth  115
Return same route. R
IT
Route R 223
From   Boston $51.75
"      St. John, N.B  66.25
Quebec  52.00
Montreal  47.00
M      Ottawa 48.35
Duluth, Minn., and Return;
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $40.95
"     Toronto and Hamilton 30.50
"     London  30.50
"     St. Thomas '... / 30.50
"     NiagaraFalls  32.75
Buffalo  33.70
"      Prescott 41.60      '
From Detroit $30.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie   ....:  18
Northern Steamship Line ..   " Duluth  303
Return same route. R
Duluth, Minn.
Route R 224
From   Boston $58.25
and Return.
Rates as follows
Brockville $47.45
Toronto and Hamilton 37.00
London  37.00
St. Thomas  37.00
Niagara Falls  39.25
Buftalo  40.20
Fror
St. John, N.B  72.75
Quebec  58.50
Montreal  63.50
"      Ottawa  49.85
"      Prescott  48.10
From Detroit,,  $37.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound   265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie       18
Northern Steamship Line " Duluth     308
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry ...•..., " Sault Ste. Marie    . 115
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point       11
Field, B.C., and Return,
(Lake Emerald)
Sec Route R 230.
Fort
Route R 225
From Boston $61.25
"     St John, N.B    75.75
"     Quebec  61.50
"     Montreal  56.50
"     Ottawa 51.10
"     Prescott  61.10
Canadian Pacific Ry.. to Fort Willia
Return same route.
William, Ont., and Return.
Rates as follows.
From Brockville  $50.45
"     Toronto and Hamilton ...    40.00
"     London 40.00
"     St.Thomas 40.00
i     Niagara Falls  42.25
Buffalo  43.20
m  266
R
Fort William, Ont., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Brockville $40.95
"     Toronto and Hamilton 30.50
"     London  80.50
"     St Thomas   30.50
"     Niagara Falls  32.75
"     Buffalo 33.70
Route R 226
From  Boston $51.75
"      St. John, N.B 66.25
•   "      Quebec  52.00
"       Montreal  47.00
"      Ottawa  43.35
"      Prescott  41.60
From Detroit $30.50
d ....
anadian Pacific Ry to Owen Soun
anadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort Williai
Return same route
265
18
R
Fort William, Ont., and Return.
Route R 227 Rates same as for Route R 226
except From Windsor and Detroit... $28.00 ; From London.... $29.00
Canadian Pacific Ry     to Windsor .....'     14
|| Canadian Pacific Steamship Line U Fort William  133
Return same route. R
^T Tours prefixed thus ^ will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
|| Meals and Berths included. WESTERN TOURS
135
Fort William, Ont., and Return.
R W
Route R 228
From   Boston ...' $54.25
St. John, N.B 68.75
Quebec  54.50
"       Montreal  49.50
"       Ottawa  44.10
p      Prescott    44.10
From Detroit	
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound ..
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William..
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $43.45
"     Toronto and Hamilton 33.00
"     London  33.00
14     St. Thomas 33.00
"     Niagara Falls  35.25
9     Buftalo 36.20
  $33.00
  265
    18
  266
Fort William, Ont., and Return.
R W
Route R 229
From
Boston $51.75
St. John, N.B 66.25
Quebec  52.00
Montreal  47.00
Ottawa  43.35
Prescott  41.60
From Detroit.
Rates as follows :
From Brockville    $40.95
%     Toronto and Hamilton 30.50
%     London  30.50
"     St.Thomas  30.50
"     NiagaraFalls 32.75
44     Buffalo  33.70
  $30.50
Canadian Pacific Ry ' to
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line *. "
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line "
Canadian Pacific Ry "
Owen Sound 265
Fort William     18
Windsor  133
Starting Point     14
X To Field, B.C. (for Lake Emerald) or,
Glacier, B.C.
}
and Return.
Route R 230
From Boston $106.60
St.John.N.B   121.00
uebec +  100.00 105.10
95.00 100.10
94.05 94.55
94.05 94.55
93.35 93.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry    " Field or Glacier 266
Canadian Pacific Ry *• Fort William      266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point 266
Houghton, Mich., and Return.
ontreal ... +
Ottawa t
Prescott .... t
Brockville .. +
Rates as follows •
From Toronto&Hamil'nt$85.00 $90.00
90.00
90.00
92.25
9320
90.00
75.00
London t 85.00
St. Thomas t  85.00
Niagara Falls t 87.25
Buffalo + 88.20
Detroit f 85.00
S.S  Mar.e via Lake Route
Route R 231
From Boston $56.85
9 St. John, N.B 71.35
9 Quebec  57.10
" Montreal 52.10
" Ottawa  46.70
" Prescott 46.70
Rates as follows :
From Brockville $46.05
Toronto and Hamilton 35.60
44     London 35.60
"     St Thomas .35.60
"     Niagara Falls 37.85
Buffalo    38.80
From Detroit $35.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie  14
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry " Houghton  15
Return same route. R
Houghton, Mich., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville	
"     Toronto and Hamilton
London 	
St Thomas .
Niagara Falls
Buffalo.
1
Route R 232
From Boston $53.35
"     StJohn,N.B 67.85
"     Quebec 53.60
"     Montreal 48.60
"     Ottawa 44.95
"     Prescott  43.20
From Detroit $32.10
..Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound    	
"Canadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste   Marie	
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry " Houghton	
Return same route.
■+ Limit 90 days
X Tours prefixed thus J 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 T will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
11 Meals and Berths included.
$42.55
32.10
32.10
32.10
34.35
35.30
265
18
115
R
applic-
of via
Pacific
IL/ 136
WESTERS TOURS
Kakabeka Falls, Ont., and Return.
Rates as follows
From
Route R 233
From Boston $53.25
44     St. John.N.B  67.75
"     Quebec  53.50
"     Montreal  48.50
14     Ottawa  44.85
44     Prescott  43.10
From Detroit $32.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound....
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William ...
Port Arthur Duluth & Western Ry     " Kakabeka Falls
Return same route.
Brockville $42.45
Toronto and Hamilton 32.00
London 32.00
St. Thomas  32.00
Niagara Falls 34.25
Buffalo 35.20
265
18
256
R
Kaslo, B.C.
Route R 234     H_^^^^^^^^_
From Boston +$121.50
44     St. John.N.B t 136.00
"     Quebec  + 120.10       "
"     Montreal t 115.10
Ottawa and Prescott ..+ 109.56       "
I      Brockville    + 108.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Canadian Pacific Ry    *'
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line  	
Canadian Pacific Ry    4'
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line.      "
Return same route    "
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Toronto and Hamilton +$100.50
London & St. Thomas + 100.50
Niagara Falls ..- t 102.75
Buffalo  t 103.70
Detroit  + 100.50
Ft. William&Winnipeg t   70.00
Fort William  266
Arrowhead  266
Robson     822
Nelson  216
Kaslo  349
Fort William.
Owen Sound  18
Starting Point  265
Kaslo, B. C,
Route R 235
and Return.
Rates same as Route R 234
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Owen Sound  265
I Canadian Pacific Steamship Line          '4 Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry |     ' Arrowhead  266
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line    "  Robson 322
Canadian Pacific Ry    "  Nelson  216
r"~^„j:«„ d,~£. c. t-•-- »<   v—1~ 34.J)
R
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line.
Kaslo.
Return same route.
Route R 236
Kaslo, B. C.
From Boston +$121.50
44     St. John, N.B + 136.00
44     Quebec + 124.65
44     Montreal   + 119.65
44     Ottawa and Prescott .. + 114.20
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville t$113.50
B     Toronto and Hamilton. + 105.15
. "     London and St. Thomas t 105.15
44     Niagara Falls + 107.40
Buffalo + 108.35
From Detroit. t$105.15.
Same as Route R 234 or Route R 235  to
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line  "
Canadian Pacific Ry  "
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line  '4
Canadian Pacific Ry  "
Minneapolis St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry  "
Canadian Pacific Ry  "
Kaslo.
Nelson  349
Robson 216
Arrowhead 322
Portal     14
S. S. Marie via Minneapolis 175
Starting Point     14
Killarney, Ont., and Return.
Route R 237 Rates as follows :
From Boston  *$31.75    From Brockville  *$20.95
St. John, N.B * 46.25        '     ~ mmm
Quebec.. * 32.00
Montreal  * 27.00
Ottawa * 23.35
Prescott * 21.60 ^^^__^_^__
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Owen Sound
I North Shore Nav. Co. or
IGreat Northern Transit Co g " Killarney 268 or 228
Return same route. R
Toronto and Hamilton .. .* 10.50
London * 12.95
St.Thomas * 13.70
Niagara Falls * 12.75
Buffalo * 13.70
265
To Laggan, Alba., and Return,
(for "Lakes in the Clouds.")
See Routes R 209 and R 210.
* On sale July 1st to September 1st, valid until close of navigation.
t Tickets good 40 days going, 40 days returning, final limit 90 days.
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. WESTERN TOURS
137
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return.
Route R 238 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
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie  133
Steamer  • " Mackinac Island  258
Return same route. R
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return.       R W
Route R 239 Rates as follows :
From   Winnipeg  .$48.70     From Pt. Arthur or Fort William $48.70
From Victoria or Vancouver $110.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William.  266
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line  " Sault Ste. Marie  133
Steamer  " Mackinac Island  258
Mackinac Transportation Co   " St. Ignace  202
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry   " Duluth  206
Choice of three railways  " St. Paul or Minneapolis  X
Minneapolis St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry ..  " Portal  263
Canadian Pacific Ry  '4 Starting Point  14
X 94 or 182 or 201.
The route from St. Paul to Winnipeg, Port Arthur or Fort William is via
Great Northern Ry. to Gretna (95), Canadian Pacific to destination (14).
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return.
Route R 240
From Boston $41.05
44       St. John, N.B 55.55
44       Quebec  42.60
44       Montreal  37.60
Rates as follows :
From Ottawa   $35.35
44       Prescott  33.60
Brockville  32.95
Toronto 22.50
.15
From London $17.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit  264
Michigan Central Rd | Mackinaw City  200
Mackinac Transportation Co " Mackinac Island     47
Return same route. R
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return,
During July and August only.
Route R 241
From   Boston  $33.25
St.John.N.B     47.75
44       Quebec    33.50
44       Montreal     28.50
41       Ottawa     24.85
From Buffalo ~. $15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit	
Transfer  " S.S. Dock	
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Navigation Co. 44 Mackinac Island
. Return same route.
Rates as follows :
From Prescott  $23.10
Brockville     22.45
Toronto     12.00
London     12.00
Niagara Falls     14.25
20
  264
 337
    28
R
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return.
On steamers leaving Owen Sound for Mackinac Island as advertised, in July and
August via Channel north of Manitoulin Island only.
Route R 242
From   Boston $39.75
St. John, N.B 54.25
44       Quebec    40.00
44       Montreal  35.00
44       Ottawa     31.35
44       Prescott  29 60
Rates as follows :
From Brockville $28.95
**       Toronto and Hamilton 18.50
44       London  18.50
44       St. Thomas  18.50
44       Niagara Falls  20.75
Buffalo  21.70
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Owen Sound  265
||Great   Northern   Transit Co.  or North
Shore Navigation Co   " 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  " Starting Point 265
II Meals and Berths included. 138
WESTERN TOURS
Mackinac Island, Mich., and Return,
Route R 244
From   Boston $41.75
St. John, N.B 56.25
Quebec 42.00
Montreal 37.00
44       Ottawa    33.35
44       Prescott 31.60
Rates as follows :
Brockville $30.95
Toronto and Hamilton  20.50
London  20.50
St. Thomas  20.50
Niagara Falls  22.75
Buffalo..  23.70
From Detroit $20.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line  4' Sault Ste. Marie  18
Steamer  " Mackinac Island  258
Return same route. R
Marquette, Mich., and Return.
I
Route R 246
From Boston $46.75
"     St. John, N.B  61.25
44     Quebec 47.00
44     Montreal  42.00
44     Ottawa  38.35
44     Prescott  36.60
From Detroit $25.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line '4 Sault Ste. Marie •  18
HAnchor Line, or L. M. & L. S. T. Co... ,4 Marquette  289
Return same route. R
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $35.95
44     Toronto and Hamilton 25.50
44     London  25.50
|     St. Thomas 25.50
44     NiagaraFalls 27.75
44     Buffalo 28.70
IT
Route R 247
Marquette, Mich., and Return.
Rates as follows
From Brockville $36.45
44     Toronto and Hamilton 26.00
44      London  26.00
44     St. Thomas  26.00
44     Niagara Falls 28.25
Buffalo ,  29.20
From Boston $47.25
44     St John, N.B 61.75
44     Quebec  47-50
44     Montreal^ 42.50
44     Ottawa  38.85
44     Prescott 37.10
From Detroit   $26.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Sault Ste. Marie     18
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry " Marquette 115
Return same route. R
f
Marquette, Mich., and Return.
R W
Route R 248
From Boston $47.00
44     St. John.N.B 61.50
"     Quebec  47.25
•4      Montreal  42.25
44     Ottawa  38.60
44     Prescott 36.85
From Detroit..
Rates as follows;
From
Canadian Pacific Ry  . to
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line "
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry "
HAnchor Line, or L. M. & L. S. T. Co... %
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line "
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Brockville $36.20
Toronto and Hamilton 25.75
London  25.75
St Thomas  25.75
Niagara Falls  28.00
Buffalo  28.95
 $25.75
Owen Sound  265
Sault Ste. Marie  18
Marquette  115
Sault Ste. Marie  289
Owen Sound     18
Starting Point  265
Marquette, Mich., and Return.
Route R 249
From Boston $50.75
••     St. John, N.B I 65.25
"     Quebec  51.00
44     Montreal  46.00
44     Ottawa  40.60
44     Prescott...  40.60
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $39.95
44     Toronto and Hamilton  29.50
44     London  29.50
44     St. Thomas  29.50
44     NiagaraFalls  31.75
"     Buffalo ■■■ 32.70
From Detroit $29.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie     14
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry " Marquette  lw
Return same route. K
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.
TT Tours prefixed thus H will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
|| Meals and Berths included. WESTERN TOURS
139
Minneapolis, Minn., and Return.
(Same routes and rates as to St. Paul)
See Routes R 264 to R 272.
Nelson, B.C., and Return.
R W
Route R 250
Rates as follows:
From   Boston $121.50    From Toronto and Hamilton $100.50
St.Iohn.N.B  136.00
Quebec  120.10
Montreal  115.10
Ottawa  109.55
Prescott  109.55
Brockville  108.85
From Winnipeg...
London  100.50
St. Thomas  100.50
Niagara Falls  102.75
Buffalo  103.70
Detroit  100.50
Fort William ;.    70.00
  $70.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Arrowhead  266
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line 9 Robson 322
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Nelson.  216
Return same route " Fort William.
({Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 4* Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  265
X Nelson, B.C., and Return.
i
Route R 251 Rates same as for Route R 250
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
II Canadian Pacific Steamship Line '4 Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry " Arrowhead  266
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line " Robson 322
Canadian Pacific Ry " Nelson  216
Return same route. R
Nelson, B.C., and Return.
Route R 252
Rates as follows:
From Brockville t$113.50
44     Toronto and Hamilton ..+ 105.15
44     London and St Thomas. + 105.15
44     NiagaraFalls + 107.40
Buffalo + 108.35
From  Boston. +$121.50
St. John, N.B + 136.00
44      Quebec + 124.65
Montreal t 119.65
44       Ottawa and Prescott! 114.20
From Detroit +$105.15
Same as Route R 250 or Route R 251 to Nelson.
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Robson  216
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line " Arrowhead 322
Canadian Pacific Ry 4I Portal     14
MinneapolisSt.Paul& Sault StcMarieRy. " Sault Ste.MarieviaMinneapolis 175
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point     14
Nepigon, Ont., and Return.
RW
Route R 253
Rates as follows:
Boston $54.25   From Brockville $43.45
St. John.N.B 68.75
Quebec  54.56
Montreal  49.50
Ottawa 44.10
Prescott  44.10
From Detroit $33.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound ..
1 Canadian Pacific Steamship Line ,.. " Fort William..
Canadian Pacific Ry '4 Nepigon	
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Starting Point'
Toronto and Hamilton 33.00
London 33.00
St Thomas  33.00
Niagara Falls  35.25
Buffalo 36.20
265
18
266
14
t Nepigon, Ont., and Return.
Route R 254. Rates same as for Route R 253, and from Sault Ste. Marie $16.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line P] Fort William    48
Canadian Pacific Ry '4 Nepigon 266
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 or via
Owen Sound.
Tours prefixed thus T will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
+ Tickets will be good for 40 days going, 40 days returning, final limit 90 days.
II Meals and Berths included.
 ^g
u 140
WESTERN TOURS
Penticton, B.C., and Return.
Route R 255
Rates as follows:
From Westminster. B.C $30.00   From Tacoma
44    Vancouver, B.C 30.00
14    Victoria, B.C  30.00
"    Anacortes  30.00
44     New Whatcom 30.00
From Port Townsend.
 $30.00
Seattle  30.00
Portland, Ore 35.00
Centralia 35.00
Olympia 30.00
 $30.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Okanagan Landing     14
Canadian Pacific Ry. Steamer " Aberdeen" " Penticton 285
Return same route. R
The route from Victoria is via the Canadian Pacific Navigation Company to
Vancouver (17), thence as above. From Portland Tacoma, Centralia and
Olympia via the Northern Pacific Ry. to Seattle (297), Seattle & International
Ry. to Huntingdon Junc. (345), thence as above; returning same route.
Route R 256
Portland, Ore., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From  Boston $141.50
St. John, N.B  156.00
Quebec  140.10
44       Montreal 135.10
Ottawa  129.55
Prescott  129.55
44       Brockville  128.85
From London $120.50
44     St. Thomas  120.50
44     NiagaraFalls  122.75
"     Buffalo  123.70
44     Detroit e  120.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie  105.00
44     Fort William    90.00
Winnipeg     90.00
  266
44       Toronto & Hamilton 120.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William
Canadian Pacific Ry " Huntingdon Junc	
Seattle & International Ry " Seattle	
Northern Pacific Ry " Portland	
Return same route.
X Portland, Ore., and Return.
Route R 257 Rates same for Route R 256
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound	
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line  " Fort William,	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Huntingdon Junc	
Seattle & International Ry " Seattle	
Northern Pacific Ry " Portland	
Northern Pacific Ry  " Seattle	
Seattle & International Ry " Huntingdon Junc	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point	
$ Rat Portage and Return.
(For Rainy Lake District.)
266
345
297
R
.265
18
266
345
297
297
345
266
266
Route R 258
Rates as follows
From   Boston ..... $69.75       From London and St. Thomas $48.50
StJohn.N.B. 84.25*$81.00
44       Quebec  70.00* 65.00
Montreal.... 65.00* 60.00
44       Ottawa  61.35*59.55
Prescott  59.60* 59.55
Brockville... 58.95* 58.85
44       Toronto&Hamilton   48.50
Canadian Pacific Ry • to Owen Sound
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line  " Fort William
Canadian Pacific Ry  4< Rat Portage
Return same route.
Niagara Falls  50.75
Buffalo 51.70
Detroit  48.50
do.    via C. P. S. S  Line
direct Windsor to
Fort William 46.00
Sault Ste. Marie via Lake.. 33.00
265
18
266
R
Rat Portage and Return.
Route R 259
From Boston $72.25 *$71.75
44 St. John, N.B. 86.75 * 81.00
44 Quebec  72.50
" Montreal 67.50
I Ottawa 62.10
44 Prescott 62.10
44 Brockville .... 61.45
* 65.00
* 60.00
* 59.55
* 59.55
* 58.85
Rates as follows
From Toronto  $51.00.. .*$50.50
"     Hamilton  51.00.. .* 50.50
44     London  51.00. ..* 50.50
44    St. Thomas  .... 51.00.. .* 50.50
44     NiagaraFalls... 53.25.. .* 52.75
44    Buffalo  54.20...* 53.70
44    Detroit  51.00. ..* 50.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William  18
Canadian Pacific Ry "Rat Portage  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  266
* Time limit, 40 days.    Tickets issued at this rate are not good to stop over.
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.
II  Meals and Berths included.' WESTERN TOURS
141
To Revelstoke,
Route R 260
From Westminster, B.C $30.00
"     Vancouver, B.C 30.00
44     Victoria, B.C 30.00
44     Anacortes  30.00
44     New Whatcom 30.00
From Port Townsend.
B.C., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Tacoma $30.00
"     Seattle    30.00
44     Portland, Ore 35.00
44    Centralia 35.00
"    Olympia 30.00
.$30.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Revelstoke    14
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
The route from Victoria is via the Canadian Pacific Navigation Company
to Vancouver (17), thence as above. From Portland, Tacoma, Centralia and
Olympia via the Northern Pacific Ry. to Seattle (297), Seattle & International
Ry. to Huntingdon Junc. (345), thence as above, returning same route.
Route R 261
Rossland, B.C., and Return. R W
Rates as follows:
From Boston t$123.50   From
44     St.John.N.B t 138.00
44     Quebec + 122.10
44     Montreal t 117.10
44     Ottawa and Prescott. + 111.55       4<
44     Brockville t 110.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Canadian Pacific Ry  "
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line   "
Columbia & Western Ry  44
Return same route   "
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line  "
Canadian Pacific Ry  *'
Toronto and Hamilton... +$102.50
London and St Thomas..+ 102.50
Niagara Falls + 104.75
Buffalo + 105.70
Detroit t 102.50
Fort William & Winnipeg+   72.00
Fort William 266
Arrowhead 266
Trail  322
Rossland  350
Fort William.
Owen Sound     18
Starting Point 265
Rossland, B.C., and Return.
Route R 262 Rates same as for Route R 261
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line   " Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Arrowhead 266
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line  " Trail.  322
Columbia & Western Ry  " Rossland 350
Return same route. R
Route R 263
From
Rossland, B.C., and Return.
Rates as follows
From Brockville +$115.50
4 4     Toronto and Hamilton... + 107.15
14     London and St. Thomas..t 107.15
44     Niagara Falls t 109.40
Buffalo t 110.35
Boston +$123.50
St.John.N.B . ...+ 138.00
44       Quebec t 126.65
44       Montreal + 121.65
41       Ottawa & Prescott.. t 116.20
From Detroit t$107.15
Same as Route R 261 or R 262 to Rossland
Columbia & Western Ry. " Trail 350
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line " Arrowhead    322
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Portal     14
Minn. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Rv  4I S. S. Marie via Minneapolis... 175
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point    14
1T      St. Paul or Minneapolis, Minnv and Return.
Route R 264
From Boston $60.75
44     St. John, N.B  75.25
44     Quebec   61.00
44     Mont
Rates as follows:
From Brockville  , .$49.95
44     Toronto and Hamilton.. 39.50
44     London   39.50
44     St Thomas  39.50
4     Niagara Falls  41.75
4     Buffalo  42.70
ltreal  56.00
44     Ottawa  52.35
44     Prescott   50.60
From Detroit $39 50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound    265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie     18
HAnchor Line, or L. M. & L. S. T. Co " Duluth   289
Choice of 3 railways " St. Paulo Minneapolis     X
Return same route. R
X 94 or 182 or 201.
t 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.
t Tickets will be good for 40 days going, 40 days returning, final limit 90 days.
T Tours prefixed thus T will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
|| Meals and Berths included. 142
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St. Paul or Minneapolis, Minn., and Return.  R W
Rates as follows:
From Prescott $50.55
I     Brockville  49.90
"     Toronto and Hamilton..  39.45
London  39.45
St. Thomas   39.45
Route R 265
From Boston $60.70
44     St.John.N.B  75.20
44     Quebec  58.75
44     Montreal   53.75
44     Ottawa  52.10
From Detroit $39.45
Canadian Pacific Ry $ to Owen Sound 265
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie     18
il Anchor Line or L. M. & L. S. T. Co " Duluth 289
Choice of 3 railways  " St. Paul or Minneapolis     ...    X
Choice of six railways    " Chicago     0
Wabash Rd  44 Detroit 199
Canadian Pacific Ry 4' Starting Point  264
Same rate will apply via St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie, going or returning.
X 94 or 182 or 201.
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
St. Paul or Minneapolis, Minn., and Return.
Route R 266
Rates as follows:
From Boston $57.00   From Brockville $46.95
Toronto and Hamilton..  36.50
London ; 36.50
St. Thomas  36.50
Niagara Falls  38.75
Buffalo  39.70
St John, N.B  71.50
Quebec  68.00
Montreal   53.00
Ottawa   49.35
Prescott   47.60
From Detroit $36.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 9 Sault Ste. Marie  18
Minneapolis St. P. & S. S. Marie Ry .... " St. Paul or Minneapolis  175
Return same route. R
IF      St. Paul or Minneapolis, Minn., and Return.   R W
Route R 267 Rates same as Route R 266.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie     18
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry " Duluth  115
Choice of 3 railways " St. Paul or Minneapolis     X
Minneapolis St. P. & S.S. Marie Ry .... " Sault Ste. Marie  175
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  265
X   94 or 182 or 201.
f  St. Paul or Minneapolis, Minn., and Return.
Route R 268 Rates same as Route R 266.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
| Canadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie     18
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry " Duluth  115
Choice of three railways " St. Paul or Minneapolis     X
Return same route. R
*X 94 or 182 or 201.
St. Paul or Minneapolis, Minn., and Return.
Route R 269
From Boston $57.00
44 St. John.N.B  71.50
44 Quebec  58.00
" Montreal    53.00
44 Ottawa  50.25
44 Prescott  50.70
" Brockville  50.00
Rates as follows:
From Toronto and Hamilton $40.00
1     London  40.00
"     St. Thomas  40.00
44     Niagara Falls  42.25
44     Buffalo  43.20
I     Sault Ste. Marie  20.00
44     Detroit  40.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie    14
Minneapolis St. P. & S. S. Marie Ry.   ..." St. Paul or Minneapolis 175
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.
If Tours prefixed thus T will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific1
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
|| Meals and Berths included. '&'^l WESTERN TOURS
143
St. Paul or Minneapolis, Minn., and Return
Route R 270 Rates same as for Route 269
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie	
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry " Duluth	
Choice of three railways " St. Paul or Minneapolis
Return same route.
X 94 or 182 or 201.
14
115
X
R
St. Paul or Minneapolis, Minn., and Return.
Route R 271
Rates as follows
From  Boston $57.00   From Ottawa .• $51.00
44       St.John.N.B 71.50       9     Prescott 50.70
Quebec 58.00       44     Brockville 50.00
"       Montreal 53.00      4<     Toronto  40.85
From London $35.15
Canadian Pacific Ry. to Detroit 264
Wabash Rd " Chicago 199
Choice oi six railways " St. Paul or Minneapolis	
Return same route.
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
R
St. Paul or Minneapolis, Minn., and Return.
Route R 272
Rates as follows:
From  Boston $62.95   From Prescott $52.80
St. John, N.B  77-00       "     Brockville 52.15
44       Quebec  61.00       "     Toronto and Hamilton 41.70
44       Montreal  56.00       "     London  41.70
44      Ottawa 54.35       "     St.Thomas 41.70
' From Detroit $41.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie    14
Minneapolis St. P. & S. S. Marie Ry " St. Paul or Minneapolis  175
Choice of six railways " Chicago     ©
Wabash Rd " Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  264
Return same route. R
0 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
San Francisco, Cal., and Return.
RW
Route R 273
From  Boston $155.00
St.John.N.B  169.50
Quebec 153.60
Montreal  148.60
Ottawa  143.05
Prescott  143.05
Brockville  142.35
Toronto & Hamilton 134.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Canadian Pacific Ry '4
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.).. "
UPacific Coast Steamship Co "
UPacific Coast Steamship Co 4<
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.)... "
Canadian Pacific Ry ,4
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line "
Canadian Pacific Ry 4<
Rates as follows:
From London $134.00
44     St.Thomas  134.00
44     Niagara Falls  136.25
44     Buffalo : 137.20
44     Detroit  134.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie  118.50
44     Fort William  103.50
44     Winnipeg  103.50
Fort William  266
Vancouver  266
Victoria     17
San Francisco     68
Victoria     P8
Vancouver     17
Fort William 266
Owen Sound     18
Starting Point  265
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.
^ Tours prefixed thus IT will be $2.00 higher via Windsor and Canadian Pacific
Steamship Line than via Owen Sound.
|| Meals and Berths included.
4 144
WESTERN TOURS
San Francisco, Cal., and Return.
Rates same as for Route R 273
R W
Route R 274
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Canadian Pacific Ry "
Seattle & Internationa] Ry "
Northern Pacific Ry "
Southern Pacific Co "
Southern Pacific Co "
Northern Pacific Ry 44
Seattle & International Ry "
Canadian Pacific Ry "
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line "
Canadian Pacific Ry "
Fort William  266
Huntingdon Junc 266
Seattle  345
Portland  297
San Francisco  188
Portland  189
Seattle 297
Huntingdon Junc  345
Fort William  266
Owen Sound     18
Starting Point 265
San Francisco, Cal., and Return.
Route R 275 Rates same as for Route R 273
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.)... " Victoria    17
UPacific Coast Steamship Co " San Francisco    68
Return same route. R
San Francisco, Cal., and Return.
Route R 276 Rates same as for Route R 273
Canadian Pacific Ry. to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Huntingdon Junc  266
Seattle & International Ry  " Seattle  345
Northern Pacific Ry    ' Portland  297
Southern Pacific Co      " San Francisco 188
UPacific Coast Steamship Co  ' Victoria    68
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd ) " Vancouver    17
Canadian Pacific Ry  '' Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  266
Route R 21
San Francisco, Cal., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From
Boston $155.00
St. John, N.B 169.50
Quebec  158.15
Montreal 153.15
Ottawa 147.70
Prescott  147.70
From Brockville $147.00
44     Toronto and Hamilton .... 138.65
44     London  138.65
44     St. Thomas 138.65
44     Niagara Falls  140.90
44     Buffalo  141.85
From Detroit $138.65
Canadian Pacific Ry ;••••. to Owen Sound	
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Huntingdon Junc.
Seattle & International Ry 4< Seattle	
Northern Pacific Ry " Portland
  265
  18
  266
  345
  297
Southern Pacific Co    '4 San Francisco  188
Southern Pacific Co " Portland  189
Northern Pacific Ry " Seattle  297
Seattle & International Ry " Huntingdon Junc  345
Canadian Pacific Ry " Portal  14
Minneapolis St. Paul & S. S. MarieRy... 44 St. Paul  263
Choice of six railways " Chicago  0
Wabash Rd " Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry " 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 Francis   ,
through St. Paul, Kansas City, St. Louis or St. Paul and SaultSte. Marie.
O 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26,107 or 112. .^~».
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.      R W
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $28.95
Route R 278
From   Boston $39.75
St. John, N.B 54.25
Quebec  40.00
Montreal  35.00
Ottawa  81.35
Prescott  29.60
it
<i
Toronto 18.50
London  18.50
St. Thomas  18.50
Detroit  18.50
Niagara Falls  20.75
From Buffalo i $21.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Mane    18
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 4< Windsor 133
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point    14
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. WESTERN TOURS
145
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.
Route R 279 Rates same as for Route R 278
except from London.. $15.00   Windsor... .$15.00   Detroit... .$15.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Windsor      14
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie   133
Return same route. R
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. , and Return.       R W
Route R 280 •   Rates same as for Route R 278
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound	
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Sault Ste. Marie 	
Windsor Detroit & Soo Line " Windsor       	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point	
265
18
315
14
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.
Route R 281
From  Boston $37.75
44      St.John.N.B 52.25
Quebec  38.00
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 " Sault Ste. Marie
Return same route.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville  $26.95
44     Toronto and Hamilton  16.50
44     London  16.50
"      St. Thomas  16.50
44     NiagaraFalls   18.75
Buffalo  19.70
265
18
R
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.
Route R 282
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 Pacific Ry to Sault Ste. Marie
Return same route.
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $33.00
44     Toronto 25.00
44     London  25.00
44     St. Thomas 25.00
44     Niagara Falls  27-25
"     Buffalo   28.20
    14
R
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.
R W
Route R 283 . Rates as follows:
From Winnipeg  .$46.20   From Fort William $46.20
From Victoria and Vancouver $109.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Gretna  186
Great Northern Ry " St. Paul    95
Minneapolis St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry. . 44 Sault Ste. Marie 176
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William  133
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  266
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.      R W
Route R 284
From  Boston $41.25
St.John.N.B 55.75
Quebec 41.50
44       Montreal 36.50
Ottawa 31.10
44      Prescott 31.10
From Owen Sound
Canadian Pacific Ry	
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $30.45
44     Toronto and Hamilton 20.00
44     London and St. Thomas... 20.00
44     Detroit 20.00
44     NiagaraFalls 22.25
44     Buffalo  23.20
 $20.00
.to Owen Sound 265
. 44 Sault Ste. Marie    18
. " Starting Point    14
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.
Route R 285 Rates as follows
From London $18.50   From Woodstock $18.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Windsor              14
HWindsor Detroit & Soo Line     44 Sault Ste. Marie  315
Return same route. R
||Meals and Berths included.
U 146
WESTERN  TOURS
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Return.       R W
Route R 286
From London $18.50
44     Woodstock  18.50
Rates as follows :
From Detroit $15.00
44     Windsor 15.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Windsor	
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 4< Sault Ste. Marie
II Windsor Detroit & Soo Line " Windsor	
Canadian Pacific Ry ' Starting Point ..
14
133
315
14
Route R 287
Seattle, Wash., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From   Boston $141.50   From London .
St. John, N.B  156.00
Quebec  140.10
Montreal  135.10
Ottawa  129.55
Prescott  129.55
Brockville  128.85
Toronto & Hamilton 120.50
From Duluth	
.$120.50
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Huntingdon Junc.
Seattle & International Ry " Seattle	
Return same route.
St Thomas  120.50
Niagara Falls  122.75
Buffalo  123.70
Detroit  120.50
Sault Ste. Marie via Lake.. 105.00
Fort William     90.00
Winnipeg...     90.00
 $90.00
 266
  266
 345
R
R W
J Seattle, Wash., and Return.
Route R 288 Rates same as for Route R 287
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line  " Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Huntingdon Junc  266
Seattle & International Ry  " Seattle 345
Seattle & International Ry  " Huntingdon Junc  345
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
Spokane, Wash., and Return. R W
Route R 289
From   Boston $126.50
St. John.N.B  141.00
Quebec 125.10
Montreal  120.10
44      Ottawa..-  114.55
Prescott  114.55
44      Brockville  113.85
Rates as follows:
From Toronto and Hamilton... .$105.50
44     London  105.50
44     St. Thomas  105.50
44     Niagara Falls  107.75
44     Buffalo   108.70
44     Detroit s 100.50
44 Sault Ste. Marie via Lake.   90.00
From Fort William and Winnipeg $75.00
Canadian Pacific Rv to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Arrowhead 266
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line " Northport 322
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry fj Spokane  217
Return same route. R
Tacoma, Wash., and Return.
Route R 290
From   Boston $141.50
"      St. John, N.B  156.00
44       Quebec  140.10
Montreal 135.10
Ottawa 129.55
44       Prescott 129.55
44       Brockville 128.85
4*      Toronto & Hamilton 120.50      |
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William..
Canadian Pacific Rv " Huntingdon June
Rates as follows:
From London $120.50
44     St. Thomas  120.50
44     Niagara Falls 122.75
44    Buffalo 123.70
44     Detroit  120.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie via Lake . 105-00
44     Fort William    90.00
44     Winnipeg    90.00
  266
  266
Seattle & International Ry " Seattle.
Northern Pacific Ry " Tacoma.
Return same route.
345
262
R
t Tacoma, Wash., and Return. R W
Route R 291 Rates same as for Route R 290
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
UCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William  18
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Huntingdon Junc  266
Seattle & International Ry " Seattle  345
Northern Pacific Ry " Tacoma  262
Northern Pacific Rv " Seattle  262
Seattle & International Ry '  Huntingdon Junc  345
Canadian Pacific Ry " Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  266
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. ||g|g
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147
Trail, B.C., and Return.
Same routes as to Rossland.
See Routes R 261, 262 and 263.
Vancouver, B.C., and Return.
Rates $2.00 less than to Rossland.
R W
Route R 292
From Boston $141.50
44     St. John, N.B 156.00
44     Quebec  140.10
44     Montreal  135.10
44     Ottawa  129.55
44     Prescott  129.55
44     Brockville 128.85
44 Toronto and Hamilton 120.50
From Duluth.
Rates as follows:
From London $120.50
•4     St. Thomas  120.50
44     NiagaraFalls  122.75
44     Buffalo 123.70
44     Detroit  120.50
44 Sault Ste Marie via Lake.. 105.00
44     Fort William       90.90
*4     Winnipeg    90.00
.$90.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William..
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vancouver....
Canadian Pacific Ry   " Fort William..
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Owen Sound ..
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point
Vancouver, B.C., and Return.
Route R 293 Rates same as for Route R 292
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William.	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vancouver	
Return same route.
260
266
266
18
265
266
266
R
J Vancouver, B.C., and Return.
Route R 294 Rates same as tor Route R 292
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line ** Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 4 4 Vancouver 266
Return same route. R
Vancouver, B.C., and Return.
Route R 295
From  Boston $141.50
44      St.John.N.B 156.00
44      Quebec  144.65
Montreal  139.65
Ottawa  134.20
44       Prescott  134.20
Rates as follows
From Brockville $133.50
44     Toronto and Hamilton   . .. 125.15
44     London  125.15
"     St.Thomas 125.15
Niagara Falls  127.40
Buffalo  128.35
From Detroit  $125.15
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
H Canadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William  18
Canadian Pacific Ry '4 Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Portal     14
Minneapolis St Paul & S. S. Marie Ry... " S. S. Marie via Minneapolis... 175
Canadian Pacific Ry 4i Starting Point  14
Vancouver, B.C., and Return.
Route R 296 Rates same as tor Route R 295
Canadian Pacific Ry • to Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry '4 Vancouver	
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Portal ,	
Minneapolis St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry... " S. S. Marie via Minneapolis..
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point	
266
266
14
175
14
Victoria, B.C.
Route R 297
From  Boston $141.50
St.John.N.B  156.00
44       Quebec  140.10
44       Montreal  135.10
44       Ottiwa 129.55
44       Prescott  129.55
44      Brockville  128.85
*4       Toronto & Hamilton 120.50
From Duluth '$90.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William  266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vancouver  266
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.) " Victoria     17
Return same route. R
X Tours prefixed thus X will, w hen 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.
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From London $120.60
44     St.Thomas  120.50
44     NiagaraFalls  122.76
4     Buffalo  123.70
44     Detroit  120.50
41     Sault Ste. Marie  105.00
44     Fort William    90.00
Winnipeg    90.00 148
WESTERN TOURS
•i
Victoria, B.C., and Return.
Route R 298 Rates same as for Route R 297
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry. " Vancouver..	
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.).. " Victoria.	
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.)  " Vancouver.	
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Fort William	
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Owen Sound	
Canadian Pacific Ry. " Starting Point	
R W
266
266
17
17
266
18
265
Victoria, B.C., and Return.
Rates same as for Route R 297
Route R 299
Canadian Pacific Ry. ■ to Owen Sound
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vancouver...
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co (Ltd.) " Victoria	
Return same route.
265
18
266
17
R
X Victoria, B.C., an
Route R 300
From  Boston $141.50 From
St John. N.B 158.00
44      Quebec  144.65      "
Montreal 139.65      "
44      Ottawa  134.20      "
44      Prescott  134.20      "
From Detroit	
Canadian Pacific Ry |  to
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line *'
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.) "
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.) "
Canadian Pacific Ry    '
Minneapolis St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry... "
Canadian Pacific Ry "
d Return,
Rates as follows:
Brockville $133.50
Toronto and Hamilton .... 125.15
London 125.15
St. Thomas  125.15
Niagara Falls 127.40
Buffalo  128,35
 $125.15
Owen Sound  265
Fort William     18
Vancouver  266
Victoria    17
Vancouver    17
Portal.............     14
S. S. Marie via Minneapolis.. 175
Starting Point ,     14
Victoria, B.C., and Return.
Route R 301 Rates same as for Route R 300
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Vancouver	
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.) " Victoria	
Canadian Pacific Nav. Co. (Ltd.) " Vancouver	
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Portal.
  266
  266
  17
  17
  14
Minneapolis St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry. .. " S. S. Marie via Minneapolis.. 175
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  14
Winnipeg, Man.
1
Route R 302
F'm Boston  $77.75 +$76.85 *$71.75F'm Toronto
and Return.
Rates as follows:
St John, N.B. 92.25
Quebec 78.00
Montreal  ... 73.00
Ottawa  67.60
Prescott..... 67.60
Brockville ... 66.95
+91.00
+75.00
170.00
+64.60
+64.60
1-63.95
♦81.00
*65.00
*60.00
*59.55
*59.55
*58.85
Hamilton...
London.. •. ■ j
St.Thomas. J
Niag. Falls 58.75
Buffalo.... 59.70
Detroit      56.50
$56.50 +$55.60 *$50.50
+57.85
+58.80
+55.60
*52.75
*53.70
*50.50
From S.S. Marie via Lake  +$40.00
ian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  .265
ian Pacific Steamship Line    " Fort William    18
Canad
IfCanadis
Canadian Pacific Ry
Winnipeg
Return same route.
266
R
+
Winnipeg, Man., and Return. R W
Route R 803 Rates same as for Route R 302
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound  265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William    18
Can;
P
ific Ry  " Winnipeg,
Canadian Pacific Rv " Fort William,.
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point
266
266
266
* Time Limit, 40 days.   Tickets issued at this rate are not good to stop over.
t Time Limit, 60 days.   Stop over allowed at any point within limit.
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. —
WESTERN  TOURS
149
Winnipeg, Man., and Return.
Route R 304 Rates same as Route R 303
Canadian Pacific Ry to Fort William	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Winnipeg	
Return same route.
266
266
R
Winnipeg, Man., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Ottawa $73.50
"     Prescott  73.20
44     Brockville    72.50
Toronto and Hamilton 63.35
Route R 305
From   Boston $79.50
St John, N.B 94.00
Quebec 80.50
Montreal 75.50
From London $57.65
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit  264
Wabash Rd " Chicago  199
Choice of six railways " St. Paul or Minneapolis  0
Great Northern Ry " Gretna  95
Canadian Pacific Ry " 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
Route R 306
Rates as follows
From   Boston $84.90   From
StJohn.N.B 98.95
Quebec  82.95
Montreal     77.95
44      Ottawa  76.30
Prescott $74.75
Brockville  74.10
Toronto and Hamilton.... 63.65
London 63.65
St. Thomas 63.65
From Detroit $63 65
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Fort William      18
Canadian Pacific Ry " Winnipeg 266
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Gretna 186
Great Northern Ry " St Paul or Minneapolis     95
Choice of six railways 4' Chicago     0
Wabash Rd 44 Detroit  199
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point 264
© 1 or 22 or 23 or 24, 25, 26 or 107 or 112.
Winnipeg, Man., and Return.
RW
Route R 307                                          Rates same as for Route R 306
Canadian Pacific Ry to Owen Sound 265
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 44 Fort William     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Winnipeg 266
Canadian Pacific Ry " Gretna  186
Great Northern Ry 44 St Paul    95
Minneapolis St. Paul & S.S. Marie Ry... " Sault Ste. Marie  175
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 4< Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  265
Winnipeg, Man., and Return.
RW
Route R 308 Rates same as for Route R 306
Same as Route R 307 to Winnipeg.
Canadian Pacific Railway   " Gretna	
Great Northern Ry  *4 Duluth	
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Ry  " Sault Ste. Marie	
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line  9 Owen Sound	
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point 	
  186
  223
  115
  18
  265
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.
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: I Side Crips
TO be USED IN CONNECTION with
<3Hestern TJours
enumerated herein
Agassiz, B.C., to Harrison Hot Springs and Return.
Route S T 200 Rate $1.00
Stage to Harrison Hot Springs  213
Return same route. R
This ticket can be purchased at Agassiz Station.
Detroit to Mount Clemens, Mich., and Return.
Route S T 201 Rate $0.50
Rapid Ry to Mount Clemens	
Return same route.
338
R
Fort William or Port Arthur, Ont., to Duluth, Minn., and
Return.
Route ST 202 Rate $9.00
HUnited States & Dominion Trans. Co.. .to Duluth 339
Return same route. R
Fort William or Port Arthur, Ont., to Kakabeka Falls and
Return.
Route S T 203 Rate $1.50
Port Arthur Duluth & Western Ry to Kakabeka Falls v  256
Return same route. R
Fort William or Port Arthur, Ont., to Nepigon
and Return.
Route S T 204 Rate $4.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Nepigon     14
Return same route. R
Nakusp to Sandon, B.C., and Return.
Route S T 205
Canadian Pacific Ry
Rate $4.10
to Sandon     14
Canadian Pacific Ry " Nakusp..     14
Nakusp to Slocan City, B.C., and Return.
Route S T 206 Rate $4.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to Roseberry
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line " Slocau City.
Return same route.
14
133
R
257
R
Rat Portage, Ont., to Fort Francis and Return.
(Rainy Lake Gold Fields)
Route S T 207 Rate $10. OO
USteamer to Fort Francis	
Return same route.
Revelstoke, B.C., to Nakusp, B.C., and Return.
Route S T 208 Rate $5.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Arrowhead       14
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line    " Nakusp  322
Return same route. R
Revelstoke, B.C., to Nelson, B.C. (Kootenay Lakes),
and Return.
Route S T 209 Rate *$10.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Arrowhead    14
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line  44 Robson 3ZZ
Canadian Pacific Ry " Nelson   216
Return same route. \    \ K
if This rate is applicable only in connection with tickets from Winnipeg and
points east thereof and from Pacific Coast points.
II Meals and Berths included. WESTERN TOURS-Sidk Trips.
151
Revelstoke, B.C., to Sandon, B.C., and Return.
Route S T 210 Rate $9.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Arrowhead        14
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line *' Nakusp  322
Canadian Pacific Ry " Sandon	
Return same route.
Revelstoke, B.C., to Rossland, B.C., and Return.
Route S T 211 Rate *$12.00
Canadian Pacific Ry * to Arrowhead	
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line,
Columbia & Western Ry
14
R
    14
" Trail 322
" Rossland 350
R
Return same route.
Revelstoke, B.C., to Rossland, B.C., and Return.
Route S T 212 Rate *$14.05
Canadian Pacific Ry. -$ to Arrowhead     14
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line " Trail 322
Columbia & Western Ry " Rossland 350
Columbia & Western Ry.... " Trail 322
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line " Robson  133
Canadian Pacific Ry . " Nelson 216
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line '' Kaslo 349
Kaslo & Slocan Ry " Sandon  351
Canadian Pacific Ry " Nakusp     14
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line " Arrowhead 133
Canadian Pacific Ry " Revelstoke.    14
Revelstoke, B.C., to Slocan City, B C, and Ret urn.
Route S T 213 Rate •$10.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Arrowhead     14
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line  " Nakusp 133
Canadian Pacific Ry ."  * * Roseberry     14
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line  " Slocan City   133
Return same route. R
Revelstoke, B.C., to Spokane, Wash.,  and Return.
Route S T 214                                                                     Rate *$20.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Arrowhead	
14
322
217
R
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line ' Northport
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry , " Spokane Falls
Return same route.
Revelstoke, B.C., to Trail, B.C., and Return.
Route S T 215 Rate *$10.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Arrowhead     14
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line *' Trail  322
Return same route. R
Revelstoke, B.C., to Trail, B.C., and Return.
Route S T 216 Rate *$12 .OB
Same as Route S T 212, omitting1 trip Trail to Rossland and back.
Robson, B.C., to Nelson, B.C., and Return.
Route S T 217 Rate $2.80
Canadian Pacific Ry to Nelson  216
Return same route. R
Sault Ste. Marie to Desbarats, Ont., and Return.
(On sale at Sault Ste. Marie offices.)
Route S T 218 Rate $1.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Desbarats     14
Return same route. R
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., to Mackinac Island and Return.
Route S T 219 Rate $4.00
Steamer to Mackinac Island 258
Return same route. R
Sicamous Junction to Penticton and Return.
Route S T 220 Rate S10.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Okanagan Landing     14
Canadian Pacific Ry. Steamer "Aberdeen ". " Penticton  285
Return same route. R
♦This rate is applicable only in connection with tickets from Winnipeg and points
east thereof and from Pacific Coast points.
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WESTERN TOURS—Side Trips
Spokane, Wash., to Banff Hot Springs, Alba.,
and Return.
Route S T 221 Rate $30.00
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry .to Northport 217
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line " Arrowhead 822
Canadian Pacific Ry 4> Banff Hot Springs       11
Return same route. R
Spokane, Wash., to Glacier, B.C., and Return.
Route S T 222 Rate $32.10
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry to Northport    217
Canadian Pacific Steamer Line 4< Arrowhead  822
Canadian .Pacific Ry  " Glacier    14
Return same route. R
Victoria, B.C., to Alaska (Sitwa, etc.), and Return.
Route S T 223                                                                 Rate $80.00
UPacific Coast Steamship Co. to Sitka, Glacier Bay, etc    68
Return same route.
R
Meals and Berths included. Railway and Steamship Connections
WESTERN TOURS.
SUBJECT TO Chance—Steamship Lines, weather permitting-.
For time of TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAINS to Pacific Coast and of
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
from about June 2lst until about Aug 31st, connecting at Owen Sound with
through C. P. steamships for Sault Ste. Marie, Port Arthur, Fort William
and beyond. Passengers are advised to consult Time 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.
or after arrival of S.S. Express from Toronto, until June 24th, and
from Sept 1st, Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. From June
25th to August 31st, Mondays and Thursdays only (Saturday boat
running from Windsor).
Great Northern Transit Co.
For Sault Ste. Marie, Georgian Bay and Manitoulin Island Ports, via
North Channel..dep. 10.35 p.m. Thursdays and Saturdays.   During
July and August steamers will run to Mackinac Island.
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 andFridays.
FROM SAULT STE. MARIE :
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ky  See Time Table Fo'der
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry See Time Table Folder
Canadian Pacific Express Steamships.
Westbound (until June 25th and from about Sept. 5th, inclusive) dep.
10.00 a.m. Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Westbound (June 27th to Sept. 4th) dep. 10 .UU a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays
and 6.00 p.m. Sundays.
Eastbound (until June 26th and from Sept. 3rd,  inclusive) dep.  noon
Fridays, Mondays and Wednesdays.
Eastbound (from June 29th to Sept. 1st, inclusive), dep. noon Fridays
and Mondays (for Owen Sound) and 8.30 a.m. Wednesdays (for
Windsor.)
Windsor, Detroit & Soo Line.
For Windsor and Detroit, via North Shore Georgian Bay ports, Kincardine, Sarnia, etc dep. 1.00 p.m. (Eastern time) Mondays and
Fridays.   (Steamers cease running about Sept. 15th.)
Great Northern Transit Co.
For Owen Sound.. dep. at daylight 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 4th every alternate Friday.
For Detroit and Buffalo dep. 7-00 a.m. every Sunday, and commencing June 10th every alternate Thursday.
Lake Mich. & Lake Sup. Transportation Co. (Lake Superior Div.)
For Chicago and Milwaukee, etc.. .dep. 8 00 a.m. Saturdays.
For Duluth and Lake Sup. Ports.. .dep. 8.00 a.m. Saturdays.
Northero Steamship Co.
For Duluth from about June 20th dep. 7.30 p.m. Thurs. and Sun.
For Detroit and Buffalo from about June 16th dep. 12.00 noon Wed.
and Sun.
Arnold Line Steamer.
For Mackinac Island, etc dep. 6.00 a.m. (Central time) Mondays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, during June and after middle of Sept.;
from June 1st to middle of Sept. 8.00 a. m. (Central time) daily except
Sunday.
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WESTERN TOURS—Railway and S.S. Connections
FROM MACKINAC ISLAND :
Lake Mich. & Lake Sup. Transportation Co. (Lake Michigan Div.) Express
S.S g Manitou."
For Harbor Springs, Charlevoix, Milwaukee and Chicago, .dep. 5.30 p.m.
Sundays ; 9.15 a.m. Wednesdays ; 12.45 p.m. Fridays.
North Mich. Trans. Co.
For Chicago.... (June 15th to Sept 15th) Mondays, 8.30 p.m., Thursdays 11.00 p.m. (Central time).
FROM FORT WILLIAM AND PORT ARTHUR :
Canadian Pacific Express Steamships.
For Sault Ste. Marie and Owen Sound... .dep. Fort William 9.00 a.m.,
Port Arthur 9.30 a.m. Thursdays, Sundays and Tuesdays, until
June 27th and from Sept. 1st—Thursdays and Sundays only during
July and August.
For Sault Ste. Marie, Sarnia and Windsor dep. Fort William 10.00
a.m., Port Arthur 10.30 a.m. Tuesdays, from June 30th to September
1st inclusive.
Port Arthur, Duluth & Western Railway.
For Kakabeka Falls (on arrival of Can. Pac. SS. 4< Manitoba" from
Owen Sound—during July and August) from Port Arthur 1.00 p.m.'
from Fort William 1.20 p. m.  Saturday.     Returning, arrive Fort
William 6.00 p.m., Port Arthur 6.15 p.m. Saturday.
FROM WINDSOR :
Canadian Pacific Express Steamships.
For Sarnia, Sault Ste. Marie and Fort William,  from June 26th to
August 28th inclusive dep. Windsor 3.00 p.m. Saturdays.
Windsor, Detroit & Soo Line.
For Sault Ste. Marie via Sarnia, Goderich, Kincardine, Southampton
and North Shore Georgian Bay ports dep. 2.30 p.m. Tuesdays
and Fridays.   (Steamers cease running about Sept. 15th.)
FROM DETROIT:
Detroit & Cleveland S. Nav
For Mackinac Island..
Co. from foot of Wayne Street.
/ dep.   9 30 a.m. Wed. and Fri.
 \ dep. 11.00 p.m. Mon. and Sat.
For Cleveland dep. 11.00 p.m. daily.
The Sunday night trips are operated only during June, July, Aug. and Sept.
Anchor Line.
For Mackinac Island and Sault Ste. Marie, etc., depart 12.00 noon every
Saturday, and commencing June 2nd every alternate Wednesday.
Northern Steamship Co.
For Sault Ste.   Mariej\ and   Duluth,   commencing   about June 19th
dep. 4.45 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
FROM GOLDEN, B.C.:
Upper Columbia Nav. Co.'s Steamers dep. 4.00 a.m. Tuesday and Friday,
arriving Fort Steele, 7.00 p m. Thursday and Saturday. Returning,
leave Fort Steele 700 a.m. Tuesday and Friday, and arrive Golden 4.00
p.m. Thursday and Sunday.
.dep. daily.
FROM AGASSIZ, B.C.:
Stage for Harrison Hot Springs	
FROM OKANAGAN LANDING :
Can. Pac. Steamer "'Aberdeen" for Penticton, etc dep. 10.30 a.m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.    Returning, leave Penticton 8.00
a.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
FROM REVELSTOKE, B. C. :
Canadian Pacific Ry. and Steamer Lines to
Kootenay District points :—
Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon, Slocan City, etc.
See Can. Pac. Ry. Time Table Folder.
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 for Victoria is made at
New Westminster, steamer leaving there at 1.00 p.m.
E. & N. Ry. Co.'s Steamer 4< Joan." i
For Nanaimo dep. 1.00p.m. daily except Friday. WESTERN TOURS-Railway and S.S. Connections
155
FROM VICTORIA, B.C. :
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (Ltd.)
For Vanrouver 1.00 a.m. daily except Monday, when
Steamer leaves same hour for New Westminster.
Steamers for Puget Sound Ports.
Steamer 44 Rosalie" dep. 9.00 p.m. week days for Port Townsend
and Seattle, arriving Seattle 5.00 a.m.    Returning leave Seattle
10.00 a.m. week days, arriving Victoria 5.30 p.m. same day.
Steamer 4< City of Kingston ".. 8.30 a.m. daily, except Monday, for Port
Townsend, Seattle and Tacoma.   Returning, leave Tacoma 7.15 p.m.
daily, except Saturday.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
For San Francisco dep. 8.00 p.m.—June 3, 8, 13, 18, 27, 28, and
every five days thereatter.
For Alaska.
Steamer "Queen," June 8th,and 23rd, July 8th and 23rd. August 7th.
Steamer ,4City of Topeka," June 13th and 28th, July 13th and 28th,
Aug. 12th and 27th, Sept. 11th and 26th.
Steamer 44 Mexico," Aug. 22nd, Sept. 6th and 21st.
For additional details and any change which may he made
during* season, see Current Time Table Folders.
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STEAMER  "NAKUSP" Miscellaneous Tours
L-
To the Thousand Islands and down the
St* Lawrence*
j|f OST popular and important of the several   miscellaneous   routes   are   those
ffiWt $M&!If^k$ s \1       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, Ogdensburg, Cornwall,
and the various rapids to Montreal, the
Ottawa river below Ottawa city being
also included among the steamer trips.
Kingston, the " 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 principal 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 islands 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 picnicking parties are here, there and everywhere, upon the
smaller isles as the fancy of their occupants dictates. Nearly 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
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MISCELLANEOUS   TOURS
157
being at Round Island, which lies opposite Clayton, N. Y., which
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.
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. J
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
some distance 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 fine 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, and the Angler's Club
House, on Long Island, is a most delightful spot.
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MISCELLANEOUS  TOURS
The shortest route between Ottawa and the St. Lawrence, however, is by the branch line to Prescott, a river-town twelve miles below
Brockville. Immediately opposite is the flourishing city of Ogdens-
burg, N.Y.
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. Rapide du
Plat is i 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 waters.
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.    The actual running of the Lachine rapids is
alone well worth the trip, for a like experience cannot be enjoyed elsewhere j it is a popular amusement with citizens of Montreal.      Below
the rapids the boat glides smoothly along, passing under Victoria
Bridge, and thence onward to her wharf at Montreal. MISCELLANEOUS  TOURS
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II.
Toronto to Ottawa* Montreal and Quebec—
the Ottawa River.
BHERE 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.
"v   From Toronto to Peterboro'
the  way lies  through  a well-
farmed country, a far-spreading
succession of fields and orchards
taring with portions of the Niagara
    X.   peninsula and the rich lands of Kent
and neighboring counties, the proud title of "Garden of Ontario." 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 & 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 ; Chaudiere falls, the immense lumber
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business, etc., etc., are all extremely interesting, and will make a day
spent rambling about the Capital a very pleasing experience. Shooting the chutes of the Chaudiere is an exhilarating experience which
many visitors to the Capital thoroughly enjoy.
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Leaving Ottawa to continue the journey east, the route crosses
the rive* 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, MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
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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
may be enjoyed. At Calumet the rolling hills approach closely to the
Ottawa river in a series of high promontories that present a striking
effect, and 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 one of the best localities for the angler of all the many good
points in the province of Quebec. Perhaps one of the most interesting
points of the entire route is St. Leon Springs, where the famous
medicinal waters of that name are obtained. These springs are
situated on the banks of the Riviere du Loup, about five miles from
Louiseville station, where Concord stages meet all trains. The merits
of the saline St. Leon water are such that each season sees a goodly
gathering at this pretty rural resort. Ample accommodatiori 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
Papineauville 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 next 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
ill up!
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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 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.
Close to the juncture of the Ottawa with the St. Lawrence is the
village of St. 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, and at Vaudreuil, just across the river,
the new Montreal and Ottawa Short Line leads away north-westerly,
through Como and Hudson, delightful summering places, Vankleek
Hill; and Caledonia Springs—the latter being a spot greatly favored
by Canadians on account of the valuable medicinal properties of the
waters, which have more than a local reputation. The Grand Hotel
offers excellent accommodation, and its spacious rooms and pleasant
surroundings annually attract large numbers of health-seeking visitors.
The hotel opens about May 24th, and closes at the end of September,
but, with the proposed erection of a new Sanitarium for winter use,
the resort will be opened all the year round. The Springs are also
reached from Calumet, on the east side of the river, by an eight mile
drive.
A short distance below St. 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.
Within a few hours' ride of Montreal commences the Laurentian
Hills, the illimitable wilderness which stretches away to Hudson's
Bay. In this vast region is a labyrinth of lakes and streams, forming
a perfect network of water stretches which teem with fish of different
species, and in some parts of the country large and small game are
also plentiful. Until within a few years this vast territory was very
difficult of access and but little explored, and was in fact almost a
terra incognita. The completion of the Labelle branch of the Canadian Pacific Ry. has made easy of access these Laurentian lakes, and
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, rivers and mount- MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
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ains, 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
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.
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 of
Montreal, the. mountain, and the great water-front, the islands and
banks of the river and other points is afforded, as the boat moves
down stream. The beautiful enlargement of the St. Lawrence, known
as Lake St. Peter, and the mouth of the Jacques Cartier river, are
shortly passed. The latter stream flows from the north, and is a
noted salmon river. Here and along the both shores, henceforth, are
relics and legends of the romantic and belligerent history of the early
days of the province, and each headland has some old battery or
monument, or legend of missionary or patriotic zeal. Sillery and
Cap Rouge, covered with villas, then tower up upon the left, while
on the right are the steamboat wharves of South Quebec and Liverpool.
Then the steamer turns toward the city, and moors to her wharf under
the shadow of the great cliff and its citadel.
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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 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.
There is a choice of routes to Niagara Falls from Toronto—either
by all-rail around the head of Lake Ontario and through what is not
incorrectly described as the garden of Canada, or by steamer across
the lake to Niagara or Queenston, Ont., or Lewiston, N.Y.j and
thence by railway or electric car. The trains of the Canadian Pacific
now run to Hamilton, and thence on the tracks cf the Toronto,
Hamilton & Buffalo Rd. through a very attractive, well-settled
country, a large section of which is extensively devoted to fruit-
raising, the Niagara district having gained more than mere local
repute for its fruitful orchards. From Welland the Michigan Central
road is utilized to Niagara Falls and Buffalo. Surrounding the Falls
are many interesting points which are annually visited by large numbers
of tourists, and along the river bank which is skirted by the Niagara
Falls Park & River (Electric) Railway running from Slater's Point,
above the falls to Queenston, there are several places of great historical
interest, chief amongst which are Queenston Heights, where was
fought the great battle of the war of 1812, in which General. Brock
lost his life, his memory being perpetuated in a huge columnar
monument surmounting the heights. The company operating this
electric line has acquired and improved 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 j 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 American side
by the New York Central Railroad, or the Niagara Falls & Lewiston
(Electric) Railroad, and is well known to all visitors to the Falls.
By taking the first morning train from Toronto, the tourist may
have quite time enough at Niagara Falls to see all the special features
of the Cataract, thejRapids, Goat Island, the bridges, and villages on
both sides of the Falls, and return to Toronto the same evening; or
he may go on to Buffalo, and Chautauqua Lake, but it is advisable to
prolong the stay in this vicinity • fori a day or two longer to thoroughly
exploit the many spots that are worth seeing. It is to be remembered
that the vicinity of the |Falls is now a public park, and no charges or
tolls are collected fromlany sight-seer.
Thirty miles beyond the Falls is Buffalo, the largest city on the
Great Lakes except Chicago, and which ranks among the leading MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
165
centres of commerce in all America.    A dozen great railroads, the
Erie Canal and unlimited shipping concentrate here.
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 the 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
seasons 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
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Brockville, Ont., and Return.
Route R 405                                                            Rates as follows:
From   Montreal $6.85   From Quebec $11.85
Canadian Pacific Ry : to Brockville    14
Canadian Pacific Ry. or Rich. & Ont. Nav.
Co.'s steamer 44 Starting Point  331
Buffalo, N.Y., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Toronto (Urn. 1 month)  $5.25
44     London  8.90
"     St.Thomas  9.30
44     Detroit  14.20
"     Sault Ste. Marie  19.70
"     Fort William  33.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Hamilton     14
Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Ry " Welland 347
Michigan Central Rd " Buffalo  248
Return same route R
Buffalo, N.Y., and Return. RW
Route R 406    .
From   St. John, N.B $36.00
Quebec   24.90
Montreal   19.90
Ottawa   16.20
Prescott   14.80
Brockville    13.65
Route R 406£ Rates same as for Route R 406, except from Toronto
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto     14
Niagara Navigation Co " Lewiston    62
New York Central & Hudson River Rd.... " Buffalo     60
Return same route. R
Buffalo, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 407 Rates same as for Route R 406, except from Toronto
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto     14
Niagara Navigation Co " Niagara-on-the-Lake    63
Michigan Central Rd " Buffalo     51
Return same route. R
Buffalo, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 408 Rates same as for Route R 406, except from Toronto
Canadian Pacific Ry * to Toronto     14
Niagara Navigation Co " Queenston  287
Niagara Falls Park & River Ry " Slater's Point  299
Steamer    ■ Buffalo  336
Return same route. R
Buffalo, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 409 Rates same as for Route R 406, except from Toronto
Canadian Pacific Ry ._.  to Toronto     14
     62
  332
  333
  334
R
Niagara Navigation Co 4 4 Lewiston.
Niagara Falls & Lewiston Rd 4l Niagara Falls
Buftalo & Niagara Falls Electric Ry " City Line	
Buffalo Ry " Buffalo	
Return same route.
Buffalo, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 410 # Rates same as for Route R 406, except from Toronto
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto     14
Niagara Navigation Co " Queenston  287
Niagara Falls Park & River Ry " Slaters Point 299
Steamer    " Buffalo  336
Buffalo Ry " City Line  334
Buffalo & Niagara Falls Electric Ry " Niagara Falls 333
Niagara Falls & Lewiston Rd 4* Lewiston 332
Niagara Navigation Co 4' Toronto     62
Canadian Pacific Ry 4' Starting Point     14
Caledonia Springs, Ont., and Return.
Route R 411
From   Boston $18.70
St.John.N.B   24.60
Quebec     8.60
44       Montreal(lim.lmonth)   3.60
44      Prescott     5.00
Brockville     5.70
44       Toronto   1J3.20
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $18.00
44     London  21.85
44     St.Thomas  22.25
44     NiagaraFalls  18.45
"     Buffalo  19.20
44    Detroit  25.00
Sault Ste. Marie  32.70
From Fort William $46.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Caledonia Springs     14
Return same route. R
Caledonia Springs, Ont., and Return.       RW
Route R 412 Rates as follows:
From   Boston $19.00   From Quebec $8.90
St. John, N.B 24.90      44     Montreal  3.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to Caledonia Springs     14
Stage " L'Orignal     31
Ottawa River Nav. Co " Montreal     66 168
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Chautauqua Lake, N.Y.,.and Return.
Route R 413
From   St.John.N.B $38.75
Quebec   27 65
Montreal       22.65
Ottawa   18.95
Prescott    17.05
Brockville  16.40
Rates as follows:
From Toronto *$ 6.10
"     London  11.65
"     St.Thomas  12.05
44     Detroit  16.95
44     Sault Ste. Marie  22.45
Fort William  36.35
Choice of Routes R 406 to R 410 inclusive, to Buffalo and Return.
Beyond Buffalo
Western, New York & Pennsylvania Rd... to Mayville     13
Chautauqua Lake Steamers " Chautauqua     20
Return same route. R
Route R 414
Clayton, N. Y., and Return.
Rates as follows
From
St. John, N.B $30.50
Quebec   14.50
Montreal     9.50
Ottawa     8.95
Toronto    10.35
Hamilton  11.75
From London $16.00
44     St. Thomas   16.45
44     NiagaraFalls   11.75
44     Buffalo   11.75
44     Detroit    21.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie   26.85
From Fort William  $40.85
14
41
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake i
Kingston & Pembroke Ry " Kingston	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co , or
Thousand Island Steamboat Co 44 Clayton  278
Return same route. R
Route R 415
From   St.John.N.B.: $46.00
Quebec   34.50
Montreal     29.50
Ottawa  26.20
Cleveland, Ohio, and Return.
Rates as follows:
From
Prescott $24.30
Brockville   23 65
Toronto    13.20
London    10.20
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit 264
Transfer " S. S. Dock  337
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co " Cleveland    28
Return same route. R
Route R 416
From   St. John, N.B $46.00
Cleveland, Ohio, and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Brockville $23.65
14     Toronto (Jim. 1 month).... * 13.35
9     London   18.90
"     St. Thomas   19.30
■4     Sault Ste. Marie   29.70
Quebec  34.90
Montreal  29.90
Ottawa  26.20
Prescott  24.30
From Fort William $43.60
Choice of Routes R 406 to R 410, inclusive, to Buffalo and Return.
Beyond Buffalo
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry to Cleveland  317
Return same route. R
Cleveland,
Route R 417
From  St. John, N.B $40.70
Quebec   29.60
Montreal  21.60
Ottawa  20.90
Prescott   19.00
Ohio, and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Brockville $18.35
44     Toronto (lim. 1 month) * 8.05
44     London    13.60
44     St. Thomas    14.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie   24.40
From Fort William $38.30
Choice of Routes R 406 to R 410, inclusive, to Buffalo and Return.
Beyond Buffalo
Transfer to S. S. Dock., 316
Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co  " Cleveland 292
Return same route. K
Cleveland, Ohio,,and Return.
Rates as follows
From
Route R 418
From   St. John, N.B     $40.70   From Prescott $19.00
44       Ouebec   29.60       *'     Brockville   18.35
«<       Montreal    24.60       "     Toronto (lim. 1 month) ....    8.05
44       Ottawa    20.90       "     Sault Ste. Marie   24.40
From Fort William $38.30
Canadian Pacific Ry %M Thomas ]
Lake Erie & Detroit River Ry      Port Stanley	
Transfer '$$*$&$ '
Cleveland & Port Stanley Line      Cleveland	
Return same route. /
* Via Route R 406 to Buffalo. MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
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Detroit, Mich., and Return.
Route R 419 Rates as follows:
From  St. John, N.B $44.00   From Prescott $22.45
41       Ouebec 31.50       '      Brockville   21.95
44       Montreal  26.50       V     Toronto tll.00
44       Ottawa   ...24.35       "     London t 5.70
Canadian Pacific Ry .to Detroit 264
Return same route (or via Toronto and optional rail and steamer eastbound).    R
Gordon Creek, Que., and Return.
(Lake Temiscamingue.)
Rates as follows:
From Brockville $13.80
44     Toronto  14.95
44      Hamilton       16.20
44     London  18.40
44     NiagaraFalls  17.20
Buffalo  18.20
Route R 420
From   Boston $30.40
St. John, N.B 38.10
Quebec  22.10
lontreal  17.10
Ottawa  12.40
Prescott  14.35
From Detroit $22.50
14
R
Canadian Pacific Ry to Gordon Creek	
Return same route.
From Toronto and points west the route is via Grand Trunk Ry.
Toronto to North Bay.
Kingston, Ont., and Return.
See Route R 403.
Kingsville, Ont. ("The Mettawas"), and Return.
Route R 421 Rates as follows:
From   Boston $38.50   From Ottawa $24.35
St. John, N.B  44 00      44     Prescott 22.45
44      Quebec 31.50      "     Brockville 21.95
44       Montreal 26.50      44     Toronto 11.00
From London $5.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Walker ville Junc     14
Lake Erie & Detroit River Ry 44 Kingsville 225
Return same route, R
Mastigouche House, Que., and Return.
(For Trout Fishing and Caribou Hunting.)
Route R 422
From   Boston $22.80
44      St. John.N.B  23.60
Quebec  9.70
44       Montreal  7.70
Ottawa and Prescott. 12.70
Brockville  13.30
Toronto 22.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Gabriel	
Stage 4l Mastigouche House
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton $24.50
44     London  27.80
44     St. Thomas  28.20
44     NiagaraFalls  24.95
•   44     Buffalo...     25.90
44     Detroit  30.20
44     Sault Ste. Marie   39.20
    14
 116
Return same route.
R
Montreal, Que
•Route R 423
From   Toronto $19.75
London  24.60
St. Thomas  24.85
44       Hamilton 20.75
and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls and Buffalo. .$20.75
44     Detroit 27.25
44     Sault Ste. Marie 36.25
44     Fort William 50.25
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake  14
Kingston & Pembroke Ry 44 Kingston  41
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Prescott or Brockville  87
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Ottawa  14
Ottawa River Navigation Co 44 Montreal  66
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point  14
Montreal, Que., and Return.
* Route R 424 Rates as follows:
From  Ottawa $10.75   From Niagara Falls $19.00
44       Toronto  18.00       4*     Buffalo 19.00
44       Hamilton 19.00       44     Detroit 25.50
44       London  22.85       "     Sault Ste. Marie 84.50
44       St. Thomas... 23.10       44     Fort William  48.50
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    41
    87
    14
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake	
Kingston & Pembroke Ry 44 Kingston ,
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 4l Montreal	
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point	
* This route 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 be used only for day trips.
t Limited to one month.
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BBSEi Route R 425
From   Toronto $18.00
44       London  22.85
44      St. Thomas  23.10
44       Hamilton 19.00
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls and Buffalo. .$19.00
44      Detroit 26.30
44     Sault Ste. Marie  34.50
44     Fort William 48.50
 to Toronto    14
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Can. Pac. Ry. or Rich. & Ont. Nav. Co .... 44 Montreal  Ill
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starring Point    14
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Route R 426
From  Ottawa $7.50
Toronto  18.00
Hamilton 19.00
London 22.85
44       St. Thomas  23.10
Canadian Pacific Ry
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls $19.00
44     Buffalo  19.00
44      Detroit    25.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie   34.60
44     Fort William 48.50
.... to Prescott     14
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Montreal.     89
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point    14
Montreal, Que., and Return. RW
Route R 427 Rates as follows:
From  Brockville $6.85   From Prescott $11.85
From Quebec $5.85
Can. Pac. Ry. or Rich. & Ont. Nav. Co to Montreal	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
44 Starting Point    14
Route R 428
From  Prescott
 $ 7.00
Brockville     7.75
Toronto  18.00
London  22.85
St. Thomas  23.10
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Rates as follows;
From Hamilton $19.00
44       Niagara Falls and Buffalo..  19.00
44       Detroit 25.60
44      Sault Ste. Marie 34.60
Fort William 48.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa     14
Ottawa River Navigation Co  " Montreal    66
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point    14
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Route R 429 Rates as follows :
From  St. John, N.B $21.00     From Houlton $10-20
Fredericton    19.70      44      Woodstock, N.B 19.20
'«       St. Andrews  16.70       44       Fort Fairfield  21.95
St. Stephen  16.70       44       Caribou 22.40
From Presque Isle $22.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal	
Return same route.
R
Route R 430
From   Montreal... $21.75
44       Ottawa  21.75
44       Prescott  21.75
44       Brockville  21-75
44       Toronto and Hamilton 21.75
London  25.60
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Rates as follows:
From
St. Thomas  $25.85
Niagara Falls 21.75
Buffalo 21.75
Detroit  26.40
Sault Ste Marie 38.25
Fort William 50.25
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Montreal    14
New York Central & Hudson River Rd....     Lewiston aia
Niagara Navigation Co „ Toronto ......    W
Canadian Pacific Ry ;•     Starting Point     14
The route to St. Thomas and Detroit is via n
New York Central & Hudson River Rd. " Buffalo  1W
Michigan Central Rd      Starting Point.  Z4S
These rates are good by steamer from Toronto, Kingston or Ottawa to
Montreal, except from Detroit, which will be $1.30 additional for steamer from
Toronto and 50 cents additional for steamer from Kingston or Ottawa.
•Route R 431
From  Quebec  $16.90
41       Montreal  H-90
44       Ottawa 11-90
Toronto  20.70
Hamilton •• 22.50
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Kingston & Pembroke Ry	
| Steamer "James Swift"
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Rates as follows
From
London $25.80
St. Thomas 26.20
Niagara Falls  22.95
Buffalo 23.90
Detroit  30.40
to Sharbot Lake    14
14 Kingston     41
44 Ottawa  293
Ottawa River Navigation Co      Montreal ... .    66
Canadian Pacific Ry      Starting Point     14
* This route may be varied from Toronto and points west thereof to read
via Bav of Ouinte Railway & Navigation Co. between Tweed and Kingston
(form iff):inltead of via Kingston Pembroke Ry. ^harbot Lakeand Kingston.
When so varied it should be used only for day trips.
II Meals and Berths included. MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
171
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Route R 432 Rates as follows :
From   St.John.N.B $27.50     From St. Stephen $25.00
44       Fredericton   28.00       44       St. Andrews   25.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal    14
Canadian Pacific Ry     ,4 Newport    250
Boston & Maine Rd  4' Lunenburg    243
Maine Central Rd  .  ,4 Vanceboro     124
Canadian Pacific Ry  4< Starting Point     14
Route R 433
From   St.John.N.B $30.50
44       Fredericton  31.00
Montreal, Que., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From St. Andrews   $28.00
44      St. Stephen 28.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal    14
Canadian Pacific Ry  44 Newport 250
Boston & Maine Rd  44 Boston  325
Boston & Maine Rd  44 Portland     10
Maine Central Rd  4< Vanceboro ._     50
Canadian Pacific Ry .-..  4< Starting Point     14
Montreal,
Route R 434
From   St. John, N.B $22.50
44       St. Andrews  22.50
Que., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From St. Stephen $22.50
44       Fredericton 23.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd   4' Lunenburg  124
Boston & Maine Rd   44 Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry  44 Montreal 250
Return same route. R
Mount Clemens, Mich., and Return.
Rates as follows :
From Prescott *$22.45
44     Brockville * 21.95
"     Toronto  * 11.50
44     London *    5.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to Detroit  264
Rapid Ry  "   Mount Clemens  338
Return same route. R
Route R 435
From St. John, N.B *$44.0O
••     Quebec * 31.50
44     Montreal * 26.50
44     Ottawa .* 24.35
Murray Hill Park, N.Y., and
See Route R 458.
Return.
Niagara Falls, Ont., and Return.
Route
From
R 436
Boston $27.25
St. John, N.B 36.00
Fredericton 36.00
St   Andrews 33.95
St. Stephen 33 95
McAdam Junc  33.95
Houlton  34.85
Woodstock,N.B.... 34.85
Fort Fairfield   37.60
Caribou : 37.60
Rates as follows:
5   From  Presque Isle $37.
Quebec 24
Montreal  19,
Ottawa  15
Prescott  13.
Brockville  12.
London     7.
St. Thomas    8.
Detroit  13.
Sault Ste. Marie 18.
From Fort William $32.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto	
Niagara Navigation Co   " Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Michigan Central Rd    " Niagara Falls	
Return same route.
60
00
00
25
35
70
95
S5
25
75
14
63
53
R
Niagara Falls and Return.
Route R 436*
Rates same as for Route R 436
and from Toronto (lim 1 month) $4.35
Canadian Pacific Ry to Hamilton     14
Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Ry       ..." Welland  347
Michigan Central Rd   " Niagara Falls  248
Return same route. R
Niagara Falls, Ont., and Return.
Route R 437 Rates same as for Route R 436
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Toronto	
Niagara Navigation Co '* Queenston	
Niagara Falls Park & River Ry 44 Niagara Falls	
Return same route.
* Limited to 90 days.
14
287
288
R
4
■BB 172
MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
Niagara Falls,
N.Y., and Return.
Route R 438 Rates same as for Route R 436
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Niagara Navigation Co  " Lewiston  62
New. York Central & H. R. Rd 4< Niagara Falls  61
Return same route. R
Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 439                                            Rates same as for Route R 436
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto
Niagara Navigation Co     '4 Lewiston	
Niagara Falls & Lewiston Rd g Niagara Falls.
Return same route.
14
62
332
R
Niagara Falls, Ont., and Return.
RW
Route R 440
Rates as follows
Boston $34.10
St. John, N.B  40.00
Fredericton 38.70
Quebec  24.00
Montreal  19.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto	
Niagara Navigation Co l< Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Michigan Central Rd 44 Niagara Falls	
Michigan Central Rd 44 Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Niagara Navigation Co 44 Toronto	
Canadian Pacific Ry. or Richelieu &
Ontario Navigation Co '4 Montreal.
Canadian Pacific Ry	
From Ottawa $19.00
44     Prescott  19.00
44     Brockville 19.00
44     Sault Ste. Marie 35.50
44     Fort William  49.50
.... 14
  63
  53
  53
.... 63
  Ill
Starting Point     14,
Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Return.
R W
JRoute R 441
From   St. John, N.B $42.65
44       Fredericton  43 15
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Toronto	
Niagara Navigation Co 44 Lewiston	
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 44 Albany (via Niagara Falls)
Boston & Albany Rd '4 Boston	
Boston & Maine Rd 4< Portland	
Maine Central Rd 44 Vanceboro .
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Rates as follows:
From St. Andrews $40.15
44     St. Stephen  40.15
14
62
167
132
10
50
44 Starting Point    14
Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Return.
XRoute R 442 Rates same as for Route R 441
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto   .
Niagara Navigation Co " Niagara-on-the-Lake	
Michigan Central Rd " NiagaraFalls	
West Shore Rd     " Rotterdam	
Fitchburg Rd. via Hoosac Tunnel  44 Boston (via Saratoga) ...
Boston & Maine Rd " Portland	
Maine Central Rd 4< Vanceboro
RW
.... 14
.... 63
.... 53
.... 240
.... 239
.... 10
.... 50
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point     14
Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Return.
JRoute R 443 Rates as follows:
From   St. John, N.B $46.25   From St. Andrews $43.75
44       Fredericton  46.75       4<     St. Stephen  43.75
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto     14
Niagara Navigation Co    " Lewiston     62
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 44 New York (via Niagara Falls) 167
Choice of Three Rail Lines *' Boston     ©
Boston & Maine Rd " Portland        10
Maine Central Rd      Vanceboro     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
Albanv    to New York  136
' $1.10 less.
By People's Line Steamers on Hudson River
Albanv  to New York  328
$1.60 less.
By Fall River Line Steamers and Old Colony Rd.
New York         to Boston 137 and 138
$1.00 less.
± This tour may be varied to read by Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. (form
92) between Montreal and Toronto, if desired.
tt MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
173
Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Return.
Route R 444 Rates as follows :
From St. John, N.B.*$33.50.$35.00   From St. Andrews *$33.50..$35.00
44     Fredericton...* 34.50. 36.00       4*     St. Stephen * 33.50.. 35.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro	
Maine Central Rd 44 Portland	
Boston & Maine Rd ,4 Boston       	
Fitchburg Rd. via Hoosac Tunnel " Rotterdam (via Saratoga).
West Shore Rd " Niagara Falls	
Return same route.
* Limited to continuous passage each way east of Boston.
14
50
10
239
240
R
North Bay, Ont. (Lake Nipissing), and Return.
Route R 445 Rates as follows:
From  Boston $29.50   From Montreal $16.15
St. John, N.B 37.15       ,4     Ottawa  11.50
44       Quebec  21.15       "     Prescott      13.40
From Brockville $12.90
Canadian Pacific Ry  to North Bay    14
Return same route. R
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
R W
Route R 446
From  Boston $20.75     From
St. John, N.B 28.50
Quebec 12-50
44       Montreal     7.50       44
Toronto  18.00
44       London 22.85       44
Canadian Pacific Ry to
Canadian Pacific Ry .^	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co     '
Canadian Pacific Ry	
Rates as follows :
St. Thomas $23.10
Hamilton 19.00
Niagara Falls and Buffalo.. 19.00
Detroit  25.50
Sault Ste. Marie  34.50
Fort William 48.50
Ottawa  14
Prescott  14
Montreal  89
Starting Point  14
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
Route R 447
From   Boston $20.10
44       St. John, N.B  26.00
Quebec §10.00
Montreal §   5.00
44       Prescott      7.00
44       Brockville     7.75
44      Toronto 18.00
Rates as follows :
From London $22.85
44       St.Thomas 23.10
Hamilton 19.00
44       Niagara Falls and Buffalo .. 19.00
Detroit  26.50
Sault Ste. Marie  34.50
44       Fort William  48.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa  14
Ottawa River Navigation Co  44 Montreal  66
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point  14
(§ One month Time Limit.) .
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
R W
* Route R 448
From  Toronto $13.75
London 18.85
St. Thomas     19.25
44       Hamilton  15.75
Rates as follows :
From Niagara Falls $16.00
44      Buffalo 16.95
44       Detroit  24.60
44      Sault Ste. Marie 30.25
From 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. R W
Route R 449 Rates same as for Route R 448
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto  14
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co    4< Brockville or Prescott : 92
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Ottawa  14
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point : 14
* This route 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 be used only for day trips. 174
MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
Route R 450
From
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 St. Thomas §$23.10
Hamilton § 19.00
44       Niagara Falls and Buffalo.§ 19.00
Detroit §25.50
Sault Ste. Marie §34.50
Fort William § 48.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa	
Canada Atlantic Ry  " Coteau	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co    " Montreal	
Canadian Pacific Ry  " Starting Point
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
14
19
88
14
Route R 451
From   St.John.N.B $26.00
Rates as follows :
From Houlton $24.20
"     Woodstock, N.B  24.20
"     Fort Fairfield 26.95
Caribou  27.40
44       Fredericton  24.70
St. Andrews  21.70
St. Stephen  21.70
From Presque Isle $27.95
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa	
Return same route.
14
R
Ottawa, Ont., and Return.
Route R 452
From  St. John, N. B
41       St. Andrews..
Rates as follows :
.$27.50   From St. Stephen $27.60
27.50
Fredericton  28.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro     14
Maine Central Rd " Lunenburg  124
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport 243
Canadian Pacific Ry    '  Ottawa     14
Return same route, R
Prescott, Ont., and Return (Through Thousand
Islands). R W
Route R 453
From   Ottawa $13.75
Toronto 12.20
Hamilton 14.20
44       London   17.85
St. Thomas  18.25
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Toronto	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.(through
Thousand Islands) " Brockville or Prescott
Canadian Pacific Ry " Starting Point	
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls $13.35
44     Buffalo  13.35
44     Detroit  21.95
44     Sault Ste. Marie  28.70
44     Fort William  42.70
    14
92
14
Preston Mineral Springs, Ont., and Return.
Rates as follows:
Route R 454
From   Montreal    §$20.25
Ottawa « 16.00
Prescott § 15.10
44       Brockville §14.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Gait ...
Gait & Preston Street Ry 44 Preston
From   Toronto     §$2.95
London § 3.10
St.Thomas §3.45
Detroit  § 8.70
     14
  340
Return same route.
R
Quebec, Que., and Return.
R W
Route R 455
From   Montreal $ 5.85
Ottawa and Prescott.. 10.00
Brockville  10.60
Toronto  20.00
Hamilton    21.80
44       London  25.10
Canadian Pacific Ry to Montreal
Can. Pac. Ry. or Richelieu & Ont. Nav. Co.44 Quebec
Rates as follows:
From St. Thomas  $25.50
44     NiagaraFalls     22.25
44     Buffalo  23.20
44     Detroit  27.50
44     Sault Ste. Marie 36.50
44     Fort William  50.50
     14
  110
Canadian Pacific Ry.
tarting Point 252
§ Time limit one month. MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
175
Quebec, Que., and Return.
Route R 456
From   Toronto $23.00
London  27.55
St. Thomas 28.10
44       Hamilton 24.00
Rates as follows:
From Niagara Falls and Buftalo. .$24.00
44     Detroit 28.80
44     Sault Ste. Marie 39.50
44     Fort William 53.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto    14
Can. Pac. Ry. or Richelieu & Ont. Nav. Co. 4< Montreal  Ill
Can. Pac. Ry. or Richelieu & Ont. Nav. Co. 9 Quebec 110
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Starting Point  252
Round Island Park, N.Y.
See Route R 458.
St. Leon Springs, Que., and Return.
Route R 457
From   Boston $18.60
St. John, N.B 22.00
Quebec    4.00
Sherbrooke       8.75
Montreal     3.60
Ottawa and Prescott..   8.60
Brockville    9.10
Toronto     . 18.50
Rates as follows:
From Hamilton   $20.30
44 London 23.60
" St. Thomas 24.00
44 NiagaraFalls 20.75
" Buffalo  21.70
44 Detroit 28.00
44 Sault Ste. Marie 35.00
44 Fort William 49.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Louiseville     14
Stage 44 St. Leon Springs    97
Return same route. R
Murray Hill Park or ]
Round Island Park or I
Thousand Island Park)
and Return.
Rates as follows:
* Route R 458
From   Ottawa $8.85
44       Toronto  10.35
44       Hamilton     12.15
London   16.00
44       St.Thomas  16.45
Canadian Pacific Ry to Sharbot Lake	
Kingston & Pembroke Ry " Kingston	
8r>. i ...   e. r»_i    •   xt /-> (Murray Hill Park or    }
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. or I Roun/Island Park or I
Thousand Island Steamboat Co "\ Thousand Island Park j
K eturn same route.
From Niagara Falls $12.25
44     Buffalo  12.25
9     Detroit  21.50
"     Sault Ste. Marie 28.85
44     Fort William   40.85
14
41
278
R
Route R 459
From
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 36.95
44     Caribou 37.40
Quebec $23.00
Montreal 18.00
44      St.John.N.B 36.00
44       Fredericton 34.70
St. Andrews 31.70
From Presque Isle $37.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Toronto....
Return same route.
14
R
Toronto, Ont., and Return.
Route R 460 Rates as follows :
From   St.John.N.B $37.50   From St Stephen $37.50
44       St. Andrews  37.50       "     Fredericton 38.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vanceboro  14
Maine Central Rd 44 Lunenburg  124
Boston & Maine Rd " Newport  243
Canadian Pacific Ry " Toronto  250
Return same route. R
A This route 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 be used only for day trips.
§ Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.'s Steamers do not stop at Murray Hill
Park, and passengers for that point should take the Thousand Island S. B. Co.'s
Line.
< 176
MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
Toronto, Ont., and Return.
Route R 461 Rates as follows :
From    Boston t$25 00. .$33.10   From Montreal $18.00
44       St.John.N.B  39.00       "     Ottawa  18.00
|      Quebec  23.00       "     Prescott  18.00
From Brockville $18.00
Canadian Pacific Ry. to Toronto    14
Canadian Pacific Railway or
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co " Montreal  Ill
Canadian Pacific Ry  4< Starting Point     14
X All rail and limited to continuous passage each way.
Toronto and Chicago and Return.
RW
Route R 462                                                                 Rates as follows:
From Sault Ste. Marie $29.45 From Fort William  $44.45
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line to Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry " Toronto  265
Canadian Pacific Ry , 4< Detroit 264
Wabash Rd 9 Chicago  199
IILake Michigan & LakeSuperiorTrans. Co. " Sault Ste. Marie     43
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line " Starting Point  133
The route from Sault Ste. Marie to Chicago may be varied to read:
Arnold Line Steamer to Mackinac Island  258
HNorth Mich. Trans. Co.'s Steamer " Chicago  320
Toronto and Detroit and Return.
Rates as follows
RW
Route R 463
From   Sault Ste. Marie $18.50   From West Superior $36.50
Fort William  30.50       "     St.Paul  38.50
•4       Duluth  36.50       "     Minneapolis     38.50
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line to Owen Sound     18
Canadian Pacific Ry " Toronto  265
Canadian Pacific Ry 44 Detroit  264
llCanadian Pacific Steamship Line 4< Starting Point  133
The route from Duluth or West Superior is via the Duluth, South Shore
& Atlantic Ry. to Sault Ste. Marie(116), thence as above, returning same route.
The route from St. Paul or Minneapolis is via the Minneapolis, St. Paul &
Sault Ste. Marie Ry. to Sault Ste. Mane (175). thence as above, returning^same
route; or via choice of routes to Duluth, Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry.
(115) to Sault Ste. Marie, thence as above; or passengers may go one way and
return the other.
II Meals and Berths included.
Wf%%%Z%%Zi%%&
li Side T>ips
Co be used in connection with
Miscellaneous
Covirs
Gmimerated   fieretn.
Brockville or Prescott to Montreal, via Ottawa.
Route S T 300 Rate $4.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa     14
Ottawa River Navigation Co '4 Montreal     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 " Montreal     14
Brockville to Ottawa and Return to Prescott.    R W
Route ST 302 Rate $3.50   .
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa     14
Canadian Pacific Ry " 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."70
Transfer to S.S. Dock  316
Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co " Cleveland  292
Return same route. R
Calumet to Caledonia Springs and Return.
Route S T 305 Rate $1.50
Ferry to L'Orignal	
Stage 4t Caledonia Springs	
Return same route.
Louiseville, Que., to St. Leon Springs and Return.
Route S T 306 Rate $1.00
Stage to St. Leon Springs	
Return same route.
Montreal to Caledonia Springs and Return.
31
98
R
97
R
Route S T 307
Rate $3.60
14
R
Canadian Pacific Ry to Caledonia Springs.
Return same route.
Montreal to Caledonia Springs and Return. RW
Route S T 308 Rate $3.90
Canadian Pacific Ry to Caledonia Springs  14
Stage     " L'Orignal  98
Ottawa River Navigation Co 4' Montreal  66
Montreal to Ste. Agathe, Que., and Return.
Route S T 309 Rate S2.70
Canadian Pacific Ry toSte. Agathe	
Return same route.
Montreal to St. Leon Springs and Return.
Route S T 310 Rate $3.50
Canadian Pacific Ry to Louiseville	
Stage " St. Leon Springs	
Return same route.
Montreal to Prescott (via Ottawa). R W
Route S T 311 Rate $4.60
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa     14
Canadian Pacific Ry 4< Prescott     14
14
R
14
97
R
<
( 178
MISCELLANEOUS TOURS
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 312 Rate $5.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa	
Return same route.
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 313 Rate $5.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa	
Ottawa River Navigation Co 4' Montreal	
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 314 Rate $7.50
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Ottawa	
Canadian Pacific Ry 4l Prescott 	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44 Montreal	
Montreal to Ottawa and Return.
Route S T 315 Rate $5.85
Canadian Pacific Ry to Ottawa	
Canada Atlantic Ry ,. '4 Coteau	
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co 44 Montreal	
* Montreal to Quebec and Return.
Route S T 316 Rate$5.00
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co to Quebec	
Canadian Pacific Ry 4' Montreal   252
* Montreal to Quebec and Return.
Route S T 317 Rate $5.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Quebec	
Return same route.
Montreal to Mastigouche House and Return.
(for trout fishing and caribou hunting)
Route S T 318 Rate $7.70
Canadian Pacific Ry to St. Gabriel    14
Stage 44 Mastigouche House 116
Return same route. R
Smith's Falls to Angler's Inn and Return.
Route S T 319 Rate $1.00
Steamer "James Swift" to Angler's Inn  293
Return same route. R
Three Rivers, Que., to Shawenegan Falls and  Return.
Enquire of Agent Three Rivers for particulars.
Toronto to Niagara Falls and Return.
14
R
14
66
14
14
89
14
19
89
88
252
R
Route S T 320
Rate $2.25
Niagara Navigation Co._ to Queenston
Niagara Falls Park & River Ry 44 Niagara Falls.
Return same route.
Toronto to Niagara Falls and Return.
Route ST 321 Rate $2.25
Niagara Navigation Co to Niagara-on-the-Lake	
Michigan Central Rd 44 Niagara Falls	
Return same route.
Toronto to Niagara Falls and Return.
Route S T 322 Rate $2.25
287
288
R
63
53
R
62
61
R
Niagara Navigation Co to Lewiston.
New York Central & Hudson River Rd 44 Niagara Falls ...
Return same route.
Toronto to Niagara Falls and Return.
Route S T 323 Rate $2.25
Niagara Navigation Co to Lewiston     62
Niagara Falls & Lewiston Rd *4 Niagara Falls 332
Return same route. R
Toronto to Niagara-on-the-Lake and Return.
Route S T 324 Rate $1.50
Niagara Navigation Co to Niagara-on-the-Lake ....
Return same route.
Toronto to St. Catharines, Ont., and Return.
Route S T 325 . Rate $1.75
Niagara Falls Line Steamer 44 Empress of India " to St. Catharines	
Return same route.
Walkerville Junction to Kingsville and Return.
Route S T 326 Rate 90c.
Lake Erie & Detroit River Ry  to Kingsville  225
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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., 11.16 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., 11.04 p.m., and4.30 p.m. week days.
FROM BUFFALO :
Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co.
For Cleveland dep. 8.30 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) daily.
FROM CLEVELAND :
Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co.
For Buffalo dep. 7.00 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. week
days.
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 Coy, Yonge St. Wharf
For Hamilton dep. 7.30a.m.. 11.00 a.m., 2.00 p.in., and5.15 p.m.
Niagara Falls Line Steamer "Empress of India."
For St. Catharines and Niagara Falls dep. 7.40 a.m. and 3.20 p.m.
week days.    Commencing June 6th.
FROM HAMILTON:
Hamilton Steamboat Company
For Toronto dep. 7.45 a.m., 10.30 a.m., 215 p.m. and 5.30 p.m.
FROM KINGSTON :
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company
For Thousand Islands and Montreal dep. 500 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, Murray Hill Park, Round Island, Thousand Island Park
and Alexandria Bay dep 3.15 p.m. week days.
Steamer 44 James Swift"
For Ottawa dep. 6.00 a.m. Mondays and Thursdays.
FROM SMITH'S FALLS:
Steamer 44 James Swift"
For Angler's Inn 5.30 a.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Returning leave Angler's Inn for Smith's Falls... .5.15 p.m. Mondays
and Thursdays.
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FROM BROCKVILLE :
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company.
For East. dep. 8.15 am. 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. 11.40 a.m. week days.
For New York dep.   3.45 p.m. week days.
FROM OTTAWA:
Ottawa River Navigation Company
For Montreal  dep. 7.30 a.m. Week days.
Steamer '4 James Swift"
For Kingston dep. 3.00 p. m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
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 dep. each morning.
FROM LOUISEVILLE:
Stage to St. Leon Springs dep. on arrival of all day trains.
FROM MONTREAL:
Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company
For Quebec and the Lower St. Lawrence dep. 7.00 p.m. week days.
For additional details and any change which may he made
during" season see current Time Table Folders.
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To the Orient, the Tropics, the Antipodes
and Around the World.
UMEROUS  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
to   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 appointments are unrivalled
on the Pacific—leaves Vancouver every three weeks, and by taking the
shortest route, avoiding the usually unsettled weather of the horse
latitudes, Yokohama is reached in about eleven 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 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 r
182 TOURS TO THE TROPICS AND THE ANTIPODES.
Portuguese 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 these1 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, " and " East to the West," guides 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.
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Another charming trip is to the Hawaiian and Fijian Islands, or
Australia, which may be reached direct from Vancouver by the
magnificent steamships of the 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, but others of remoter
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times have told of their experiences in these pleasant isles. A tourist
may spend an agreeable month in Honolulu and the interior, visiting
the remarkable volcano " Kilauea " in its fiery brilliancy, the canons of
the main island, and through 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 other principal points of interest
in the neighboring islands, the round trip occupying ten days. There
is a 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 little 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 ; the 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; Hving 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 to Sydney direct occupies
about 21 days—there being monthly sailings in each direction; but
commencing with the sailing from Vancouver on August 23rd, it is
expected the steamships will call en route at a New Zealand port,
either Auckland or Wellington. 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." "New Route to
Australia " and "A Trip to Hawaii," issued by the Canadian Pacific
Railway Co., for free distribution, and "Fiji for Tourists" contain
useful information for the traveller.
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 Southampton (assuming
that he purposes travelling westward) he can choose from a number
of the first-class steamship lines and can land at Halifax, St. John,
N.B., Montreal or Quebec, New York or Boston, according to the
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TOURS AROUND THE WORLD
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 the mighty Rockies and succeeding ranges are crossed
through the grandest of picturesque surroundings.    At Vancouver the
around-the-world tourist embarks on one of the Canadian Pacific's
unrivalled steamships—the only twin-screws on the Pacific—and crosses
the ocean to Yokohama, making the sea voyage in from a week to
ten days less time than by any other line.    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 Kong>
where a steamer of the Peninsular & 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 tourist 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 and 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 & Australian Steamship Company's steamers via Torres Straits 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 Holart, Tasmania, and thence to Sydney, and TOURS AROUND THE WORLD.
185
continued by the Canadian-Australian route to Vancouver direct, or
via China and Japan and Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, thence
C. P. R. across the American continent 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 time 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 "Around the World,"issued
free by the Canadian Pacific Railway Co., will furnish valuable
information regarding their various a'round-the-world trips.
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TOURS TO THE ORIENT AND THE ANTIPODES
Rates as follows:
From Chicago $147.50
4*      St. Paul and Minneapolis.. 427.50
44     Winnipeg- and Duluth  427.50
44     San Francisco  337.50
44     Portland, Ore  337-50
Victoria, B. C  337.50
 $337.50
Hong Kong or Shanghai and Return.
Route R 500
From New York $481.00
Boston  479.00
"     Montreal  472.60
44     Quebec  477.60
44     Toronto and Hamilton 458.00
Detroit  458.00
From Vancouver, B.C.
Canadian Pacific Ry  to Vancouver
Canadian Pacific Steamships from Vancouver to Shanghai or Hong Kong
Return same route.
Time Limit of transpacific portion, four months from date steamship is due
to arrive at Shanghai or Hong Kong till date of embarkation at Hong Kong or
intermediate port, on C. P. Steamships for return continuous passage to Vancouver, B.C.; time limit of rail portion nine months For twelve months'Time
Limit, $56.25 extra.   Stop-overs allowed at ports of call within time limit.
Hong Kong, Sydney, and Return. R W
Route R 501 Rates as follows:
From New York $632.50   From Chicago $600.00
Boston 631.50       44     St. Paul and Minneapolis.. 580.00
Montreal  625.10
¥uebec  630.10
oronto and Hamilton 610.50
Detroit 610.50
Winnipeg and Duluth 580.00
Victoria, B. C  490.00
Vancouver, B C  490.00
San Francisco   490.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vancouver
Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamships to Hong Kong
China Navigation Co. or Eastern & Australian SS. Co to Sydnt y
Canadian-Australian SS. Line to Vancouver
Time Limit nine months. Stop-over within time limit allowed at intermediat e
ports of call of Canadian Pacific and Canadian-Australian Steamships.
Honolulu, H.I., and Return.
Route R 502
From New York $267.50
44 Boston  266.50
" Montreal  260.10
'• Quebec  265.10
44 Toronto and Hamilton 245.50
44 Detroit  245.50
Rates as follows:
From Chicago $235.00
4-     St. Paul and Minneapolis.. 215.00
Winnipeg and Duluth  215.00
44     San Francisco  125.00
4t      Portland, Ore  125.00
Victoria, B.C  125.00
From Vancouver, B.C $125.00
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vancouver
Canadian-Australian SS. Line to Honolulu
Return same route.
Time Limit of transpacific portion, four months from date .steamship is due
to arrive at Honolulu to date or re-embarkation at Honolulu ; Time Limit of rail
portion, nine months.
Sydney, N. S. W., and Return.
Route R 503 Rates as follows :
From New York $442.50   From Chicago $410.00
St. Paul and Minneapolis.. 390.00
Winnipeg and Duluth 390.00
San Francisco U00.00
Portland, Ore  300.00
Victoria, B. C  300.00
 $300.00
Boston   .. 441.50
"     Montreal  435.10
4*     Quebec  440.10
44     Toronto and Hamilton 420.50
44     Detroit  420.50
From Vancouver, B.C
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vancouver
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line to Sydney
Return same route.
Time Limit of transpacific portion, four months from date steamshipis due
to arrive at Sydney till date of embarkation at Sydney for a return continuous
passage; Time Limit of rail portion, nine months.    For twelve months' Time
Limit, $60 extra.
Sydney, Hong Kong, and Return.
See Route R 501.
Yokohama, Japan, and Return.
Rates as follows
Route R 504
From New York $442.50
44     Boston  441.50
44     Montreal  435.10       4
44     Quebec  440.10       '
"     Toronto and Hamilton 420.50       4
44     Detroit 420.50
From Vancouver, B.C.
Canadian Pacific Ry to Vancouver
Canadian Pacific Steamships from Vancouver, to Yokohama, Japan
Return same route.
Time Limit four months from date steamship is due to arrive at Yo'ohama
till date of embarkation for return at Yokohama ; Time Limit of rail portion nine
months.   For twelve months' Time Limit, $50.00 extra.
From Chicago $410.00
I     St. Paul and Minneapolis. .390.00
44     Winnipeg and Duluth  390.00
44     San Francisco  300.00
44     Portland, Ore  300.00
44     Victoria, B.C  300.00
 $300.00 AROUND THE WORLD
BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC ROUTE
HE 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—between Owen Sound or Windsor and
Fort William—but not on railways 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 Around-the-World Tickets for £Q, or $30 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 will not, therefore, refund on unused 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 apply from any intermediate point, except that passengers commencing the journey at Rio de Janeiro will be charged £16 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—£120, OR $585 GOLD.
Railway, London to Liverpool or Southampton.
•k Choice of Transatlantic Steamship Lines, Liverpool or Southampton to
Quebec, Montreal, St. John, N.B., Halifax, Boston or New York.
Canadian Pacific Railway direct route from Quebec, Montreal, St. John,
N.B., 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, St. John, N.B , Halifax, Boston or New York.
Canadian Pacific Railway direct route from Quebec, Montreal, St. John,
N.B., 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 London.
*SEE NOTE ON PAGE 189. (ff
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AROUND THE WORLD TOURS
ROUTE 3-£155, OR $755 GOLD.
(Combination of Routes 1 and 2.)
Route 1, London to Hong Kong, China Navigation Company's, or Eastern
& Australian Steamship Company s Steamships Hong Kong to Sydney, Australia, through Torres Straits. Route 2, Sydney to London ;— or Route 2,
London to Sydney, China Navigation Company's, or Eastern & Australian
Steamship Company's Steamships, Sydney to Hong Kong, through Torres
Straits, Route 1, Hong Kong to London.
ROUTE 4—£125, OR $610 GOLD.
(This route is not reversible.)
Railway, London to Liverpool or Southampton.
♦Choice ot Transatlantic Steamship Lines, Liverpool or Southampton to
Quebec, Montreal, St. John, N.B., Halifax, Boston or New York.
Canadian Pacific Railway direct route from Quebec, Montreal, St. John, N. B.,
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), or New Zealand Shipping Company's (Limited) Steamships via Cape Horn, Monte Video or Rio de Janeiro and
Teneriffe to Plj mouth.
Railway or Steamship to Londen.
ROUTE 5—£155, 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, St. John, N.B., Halifax, Boston or New York.
Canadian Pacific Railway direct route from Quebec, Montreal, St. John, N.B.,
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), or New Zealand Shipping Company's (Limited) Steamships via Cape Horn, Monte Video or Rio de Janeiro and
Teneriffe to Plymouth.
Railway or Steamship to London.
ROUTE 6—£125, OR $610 GOLD.
(This route is not reversible.)
•""^Railway or Shaw Savill & Albion Company's (Limited), or New Zealand
Shipping Company's (Limited) Steamships, London to Plymouth.      •
Shaw Savill & Albion Company's (Limited) or New Zealand Shipping Company's Steamships via Teneriffe and Cape Town to Hobart, Tasmania.
Connecting Steamer to Sydney, Australia.
Canadian-Australian Steamship  Line to Suva,   Fiji,  Honolulu and  Van-
Canadian Pacific Railway direct route to Montreal, Quebec, St. John, N.B.,
or Halifax, or to Boston or New York via Montreal and direct lines.
* Choice of Transatlantic Steamship Lines to Liverpool or Southampton. J |
Railway to London.
ROUTE 7—£155, OR $755 GOLD.
(This route is not reversible.)
Railway or Shaw Savill & Albion Company's (Limited), or New Zealand
Shipping Company's (Limited) Steamships, London to Plymouth.
Shaw Savill & Albion Company's (Limited), or New Zealand Shipping Company's 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. ,„,.,«-. , .   T •       •   Cu    -
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, St. John, N.B.,
or Halifax or to Boston or New York via Montreal and direct lines.
* Choice ot Transatlantic Steamship Lines to Liverpool or Southampton.
Railway to London.
*8EE NOTE ON PAGE 189. AROUND THE WORLD TOURS
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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 >ydney, 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) or New Zealand
Shipping Company (Limited) at London, Hobart or Wellington.
From New York to Gibraltar, Malta or Naples via North German Lloyd SS.
Co., or from New York to Gibraltar or Naples via Hamburg-American Line
(during winter season only) ; thence via Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation
Co.'s Line.
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, or (during July and August)
via C. P. Ry. Toronto, Windsor 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-Paci6c Route).
From M ontreal or Toronto to Vancouver, 15th May to 31st October, via
Owen Sound and C. P. Lake Steamship Line to Sault Ste. Marie (or during July
and August via Windsor 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 Bom nay instead
of direct.
London or Plymouth to Cape Town via Shaw Savill & Albion Co.'s Steamships,
thence to Sydney, etc., via New Zealand Shipping Co.'s Steamships, or vice versa.
VARIATIONS ON EXTRA PAYMENT.
The following variations in route in either direction will be allowed on payment 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) £2.0.0, or $10 gold.
From Atlantic Port of Landing to Vancouver, via direct rail lines to Chicago,
St. Paul and Winnipeg, £3.0.0, or $15.00 gold.
From Atlantic Port of Landing to Vancouver, via direct lines to North Bay,
Sault Ste. Marie, St. Paul and Winnipeg, £1.0.0, or $5.00 gold.
Note—if passenger provides his own passage between Atlantic Port of Landing and Vancouver or Victoria, an allowance of £10.6.0, or $50.00, will be made.
If passenger provides his own Transatlantic Passage, an allowance of £10-6.0, or $30.00, will
be made.
If passenger provides his own Transatlantic Passage, and also passage between Atlantic
Port of Landing and Vancouver or Victoria, an allowance of £15.8.3, or $75.00, will be mroe.
Toronto to Montreal, via St. Lawrence River and Rapids (meals and berths
extra), £1.13, 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, £5.5, or $25.55 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,
£8.5, or $40.»5 gold.-
From Sydney by rail to Melbourne, £211.0, or $13.15 gold ; to Adelaide,
£5.4.0. or $25 30 gold. These rates can be obtained only on presentation at
railwav ticket office of certificate from purser of Steamship.
From Sydney to Auckland, N. Z., and return £6.10.0, or $31.65 gold.
From Brindisi to London, by overland route (including sleeping car on rail
journey), £11.16.6, or $57.55 gold.
NOTE.—If pissenger provides for his own transit, Brindisi to London, an allowance of
£5, or $24.30, wiil 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
Company.
TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS.
*Around-the-World passengers are entitled to Transatlantic accommodation,
usually rated at from £18 to £20, between European ports and New York, Boston, Halifax, St. John, N.B., Quebec and Montreal, provided berths at the rates
named are vacant. If accommodation at such rates is not available by any particular steamer, or if accommodation is desired for which a higher rate is usually
charged at that season of the year by the Steamship Line, the additional charge
will require to be paid by the passenger.
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AROUND THE WORLD TOURS
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 which 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, and passages are issued only on the conditions stated in the passage
tickets and handbooks.J]
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 Peninsular & Oriental, Shaw Savill &
Albion and New Zealand Shipping Company's Steamships.
The Canadian-Australian Steamship Line will allow 40 cubic feet measurement
The Transatlantic Steamship Lines will allow 20 cubic feet measurement.
All in excess of t hese 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.
IL Canadian Pacific Ry»
THE
SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS
Unless otherwise noted, are owned and operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company.   They surpass any in the world,
Through Sleeping Car Service
(Subject to Change).
Montreal and Quebec.
. {Montreal and boston via Montreal & Boston  Air Line.
{Montreal and Old Orchard Beach via White Mountains and Portland.
Montreal and Halifax, N.S., via C.P.R. Short Line and St. John, N.B.
tMontrealand New York, via N.Y.C.
Montreal and St. Andrews, N.B.
Montreal and Toronto.
Montreal and Vancouver via Fort William and Moose Jaw.
{Boston and St. Paul via Montreal and Sault Ste. Marie.
Boston and St. John, N.B.
Ottawa and Toronto via Smiths Falls.
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Moose Jaw.
Toronto and North Bay via G.T.Ry.
{Montreal and Chicago via Toronto, Detroit and Wabash Railroad.
{Toronto and Chicago via Detroit.
Toronto and North Bay.
tSt. Paul and Winnipeg via Great Northern Railway and Gretna.
Medicine Hat and Lethbridge.
Parlor Car Service
Fort William and Winnipeg.
Montreal and Quebec.
Montreal and Ottawa.
Montreal and Boston.
Montreal and Portland and Old Orchard Beach via White Mountains.
Montreal and Toronto.
tMontreal and New York via N.Y.C.
Toronto and Owen Sound on S.S Express.
Vancouver and Seattle via New Whatcom.
(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. Paul, Minn ..
Boston and Chicago	
Boston and Duluth	
Boston and Vancouver	
Chicago and St. Paul, Minn.
Fort William and Banff Hot
Springs	
Fort William and Vancouver.
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
Montreal and St. Paul, Minn.
Montreal and Duluth	
Montreal and Port Arthur ..
Montreal and Fort William..
$2 00    Montreal and Rat Portage .. 97 60
2 00    Montreal and Winnipeg     8 00
2 00 , Montreal     and     Banff   Hot
5 00 8prings    14 00
7 00    Montreal and Vancouver.... 20 00
5 60    New York and Montreal     2 00
7 00    Ottawa and Toronto     2 00
20 60   Ottawa and Vancouver  20 00
2 00    Port Arthur and Banff Hot
Springs     9 00
9 00    Port Arthur and Vancouver. 16 00
15 00    Quebec and Montreal     1
2 00   Toronto and Portland, Me..    3
2 00    Toronto and Old Orchard...    3
2 00   Toronto and Chicago    3
Toronto and Detroit    2
2 50    Toronto and Port Arthur    8
2 50    Tor onto and Fort William ..    6
4 00    Toronto and Rat Portage ...    7
2 00    Toronto and 8t.Andrews, N.B   4
3 50    Toronto and St. John, N. B...    4
6 00    Toronto and Halifax, N.S     6
4 00   Toronto and Winnipeg     8 00
6 00   Toronto and Vancouver  18 60
6 00   St. Paul and Winnipeg    3 00
6 OO j St. Paul and Vancouver  13 60
6 00 I Winnipeg and Vancouver   12 00
60
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00
00
00
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50
60
50
00
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FOR ONE SEAT IN PARLOR OAR
BETWEEN
Toronto and Detroit  $1 00
Montreal and Boston    1 50
Montreal and Portland, Me.,
or Old Orchard Beach   1 60
Quebec and Montreal. $   75
Montreal and Ottawa      50
Montreal and Toronto     1 00
Toronto and Owen Sound.     60
Toronto and London      60
Between other Stations in Proportion.
Accommodation in First Class Sleeping Cars and in Parlor Cars will be sold
only to holders of First Class transportation.
Sleeping Car Sections, in Canadian Pacific Cars, double the berth rate;
Drawing 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  C. E. McPherson, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, 1 King St. E.
« Montreal W. F. Egg, 129 St. James Street.
n Ottawa J. E. Parker, 42 Sparks Street.
n Quebec Geo. Duncan, opposite Post Office.
Boston Willard Benson, 197 Washington St.
« St. John, N.B \V. H. C. Mackay, Chubbs Corner.
Halifax, N.S C. S. Philps, 126 Hollis Street
Beach   Me  f Ticket Agent, Boston & Maine Station.
Portland, Me Ticket Agent, Maine Central Station.
Detroit, Mich A. E. Edmonds, City Ticket Agent, 11 Fort St. West.
Chicago, III Ticket Agent of the Wabash Railroad.
Mt!«---««'i!,.nn"" " (Ticket Agent of the Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste.
Minn.... /       Marie Ry.
Winnipeg W. M. McLeod, 471 Main 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 6.00 p.m. week days.
Diagrams of Sleeping Cars on following through trains will be held at stations
noted several hours before arrival of Sleeping Cars, and accommodation may be
secured by telegram or letter.
PACIFIC EXPRESS (Westbound).—At North Bay, Fort William, Winnipeg, Banff, Glacier.
ATLANTIC EXPRESS (Eastbound).—At Glacier, Banff, Winnipeg, Fort
William, North Bay.
ST. PAUL EXPRESS.—At Montreal, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
BOSTON EXPRESS.—At Montreal, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
Letters or telegrams from passengers direct to above agents will receive
prompt attention. When ordering be particular to state number of berths or
sections, etc., required, the train, from and to what points, date of starting, and
route-.
Holders of Sleeping Car Tickets, reading in either direction, between Vancouver, Mission June, and any point east or south of Winnipeg, will be furnished
on application to Porter of Sleeping Car with check on which they may stop-over
at Winnipeg, Banff Hot Springs, laggan, Field, Glacier, Revelstoke or North
Bend, as desired.
Dining Cars are run on the through Transcontinental and Bostonjand 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.
Boston	
Brisbane .
Brockville
Mass.
Adelaide, Bo. Ans... D. & J. Fowler	
Auckland.... N.Z. .. L. D. Nathan & Co. and Thos. Cook & Son.
Baltimore Ud... H. McMurtrie, Passenger Agent. .203 East German St.
Berlin.. Germany.. F. W. Schick 69 Unter den Linden.
Bombay India \ ?h°Tr%L&f °rA U RamPart Row-
* ( b. wart, Latham & to	
If H. J. Colvin, Dist. Pass. Agent. .197 Washington St.
\ W. Benson, City Passenger Agent 44
nA J Burns, Philp & Co., Ltd	
**a' \ TheBritish India Co	
Ont..Geo. E. McGlade, Ticket Agent /Cor. King Street and
'                          I       Court House Ave.
Buffalo H.Y.. J. B. Roberts, Ticket Agent 21 Exchange St.
«„,._,.           t«>h« / Sydney Haywood, East. Trav. Agt. 30 Dalhousie Square.
uaicuroa incua -^ Thomas c^ & £on n 0jd Court House St.
Canton China. Jardine, Matheson & Co	
CapeTown,S.Africa.Wm. Anderson & Co	
Chemulpo . Korea.. Holme, Ringer & Co	
Chicago 111.   J. F. Lee, Gen. AgentJPass. Dept.. 232 South Clark St
Colombo... Ceylon, ■ Thomas Cook& Son(E.B.Creasey), and Bois Brothers.
Detroit Mich... A. E. Edmonds, City Ticket Agt... 11 Fort St. W.
T. H. Larke, District Agent.... {m ^^   HoU9'
Huddart, Parker & Co., Ltd	
Archer Baker,European Traff.Agt.,67 St. Vincent St.
C. S. Philps, Ticket Agent 128 Hollis St.
...  T /-■      i. t>- i   ,. a _ (Cor. King and James
W. J. Grant, Ticket Agent -j «.     6 J
.Huddart, Parker & Co.. Ltd	
Hong Kong i D- £;.Brown' TGeneraJ A*ent. X
<w*»s M.VUB ^       China and Japan, etc /
Honolulu H.I...Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd	
Kobe Japan.. Frazar & Co    	
Liverpool Eng. .ArcherBaker.EuropeanTraff.Agt ,7 James St.
( a    i      t>i       d T>icf67&68 King William
London Eng J Arch.er Bfaker' EuroPean TrafficJ St E. C. and 30 Cock-
* 1       A&ent \spurSLS.W.
London Ont... T. R. Parker, Ticket Agent 161 Dundas St.
Melbourne .. Viot... Huddart, Parker & Co., Ltd., and Thos. Cook & Son.
Duluth Minn..
Geelong Viot..
Glasgow, Scotl'nd.
Halifax N.S..
Hamilton Ont..
Hobart, Tasmania
Minneapolis,Minn
Hew York— N.Y.
IW. B. Chandler, Ticket Agent,\ 127 Third St., S.
\       Soo Line f      Guaranty Building
Montreal Que... W. F. Egg, City Passenger Agent,129 St James St.
Nagasaki .. Japan.. Holme, Ringer & Co	
N.Whatcom,Wash..F. A. Valentine,Passenger Agent, 1293 Dock St.
/ E. V.Skinner, Genl. Eastern Agt 353 Broadway.
I \ Land and Immigration Office 1 Broadway.
NiagaraFalls,NY { f /Sf* King!."!!!." ]!!!...!!.!..! Prospect riou8e'
OldMe!h.ard.Bea0.h } W- F' Fernald> Ticket ASent B& M- Rd- Station.
Ottawa.   ...... Ont.. - J.E. Parker, City Passenger Agen t,42 Sparks St.
Paris Prance/ Hernu' Peron & Co.,Ticket Agts. {61 B°uleV^dU8,mann.
^International Sleeping Car Co 3 Place de l'Opera.
Philadelphia, Pa.. .H. McMurtrie, Fght & Pass. Agt, Cor.3rd& Chestnut Sts.
iMttohnro- ■©« /F- W> Salsbury, Freight and \ Room 505 Ferguson
Plttsourg *a.|        Passenger Agt J Building.
Portland Me.. .G. H. Thompson, Ticket Agent, i ^Uni0^D7potd*'
Portland Ore.. .E. J. Coyle, Passenger Agent 146 First St.
Pt.Townsend Wash.J. R. Mason 106 Taylor St.
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.George Duncan, Passenger Agent Opp. Post Office.
. T. R. Harvey, Steamship  Wharf.
A. H. Notman, Dist. Pass Agt..
Quebec Que
8. S. Marie, Mich
St. John N.B. -( w H c Mackay> City Ticket_AgtChubb's Corner.
St Paul        Minn I H"E' Huntingdon, Ticket Agent) 398 Robert St., Hotel
juinn. -i        gQO Ljne j- Ryan.
I M.M.Stern, Dist.Fght&Pass.Agt.,Chronicle Building.
SanPrancisco.CalA Goodall, Perkins & Co., Agents\jQ ^ja-j^t st
V_       P. C. S.S   Co /
Seattle *Tash. E. W. MacGinnes {YM%roS.*'   ^
Shanghai.. .China. .Jardine, Matheson & To	
Sherbrooke .. .Que. .E. H. Crean, Ticket Agent 6 Commercial St.
Suva, Fiji Islands.. Brown & Joske.	
Sydney N.S.W . Huddart, Parker & Co., Ltd 63 Pitt St.
Tacoma Wash.. W. R. Thomson, Passenger Agt. .1023 Pacific Ave.
Pronto Ont.(C- %£££%£*?. .^}l King St. East
Vancouver... .B.C.jf^^B-wn,.D^ass. Agt.
Victoria B.C... G. L. Courtney, Passenger Agt... Government St.
Wellington.. N. Z... Huddart, Parker & Co., Ltd	
Windsor Ont. .Sam Buchanan, Depot Ticket Agent.
Winnipeg Man... W. M. McLeod, City Ticket Agent 471 Main St
' Wm. T.   Payne, General Traffic "
Agent tor Japan	
,
Yokohama, Japan-
)M
Bund.
MpX* MEMORANDA MEMORANDA
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vaNvaoiAEiaw Publications
Issued by the
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The New Highway to the Orientn
Summer Tours |     " Fishing and Shooting *
" Westward to the Far East %
k East to the West |
Guides to the Principal Cities of Japan and China.
Time-Table with Notes "
"Around the WorId"
Quebec—Summer and Winter *
I New Route to Australia "
I Banff"    I Hawaii"
Also numerous pamphlets descriptive of Manitoba, the Canadian
North-west Territories and British Columbia:
Western Canada | " British Columbia "
Gold Fields of B. C"    " Yukon"    " Alaska |
"New Ontario Gold Fields"Etc.
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.
i 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 of 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.
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H
e. Mcpherson
Asst. Gen. Paseenger Agent
1 King St. East, Toronto
J. COLVIN
District Passenger Agent
197 Washington St., Boston
W. R. CALLAWAY
General Passenger Agent
Soo Line, Minneapolis
GEO. W. HIBBARD
General Passenger Agent
Duluth, South Shore & At'c Ry.
Marquette, Mich.
F. LEE
General Agent, Passenger Dept.
'232 South Clark St., Chicago, 111.
McL. BROWN
District Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B.C.
ARCHER BAKER, European Traffic Agent
(57 and 08 King William St., E.C. ) , „„„„„ ^^    7 James Street
30 Cockspur Sr., sw J-London, Eng. Liverpool
67 St. Vincent St., Glasgow
ROBT. KERR, Traffic Manager, Lines West of Lake Superior, Winnipeg.
C. E. E. USSHER, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Montreal.
D. McNICOLL, Passenger Traffic Manager, Movtreal.
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A. H. NOTMAN
District Passenger Agent
St. John, N.B.
E. V. SKINNER
General Eastern Agent
353 Broadway, New York
A. E. EDMONDS
City Passenger Agent
11 Fort StW., Detroit, Mich.
M. M. STERN
District Passenger Agent
Chronicle Bldg., San Francisco
1   D. E. BROWN
Gen. Agent China and Japan, etc.
Hong Kong
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