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KAWARTHA
LAKES
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WATERS
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Nov. zx/£A KAWARTHA   LAKES
IOMPRISE fourteen beautiful lakes —
Scugog, Sturgeon, Cameron,
Balsam, Pigeon, Bald, Sandy, Buckhorn,
Chemong, Deer, Lovesick, Stony, Clear,
Katchewanooka, — to which may be added,
Rice Lake twenty miles down the Otonabee River
from Peterboro. This chain of lakes aggregates
over one hundred and fifty miles, and is situated
in Central Ontario, within less than three hours' ride
from   Toronto,   and   seven   hours   from  Buffalo.
The altitude of these famous Lakes lends to
them additional charm for the tourist and pleasure
seeker, being 830 feet above the sea level, over 600
feet higher than Lake Ontario, and 300 feet higher
than Georgian Bay. To those who suffer from hay
fever, the pure air of these lakes affords instant
relief,   and   a  brief   stay   invariably   effects a cure.
On these charming waters the pleasure seeker
will find delightfully cool wooded shores and sandy
beaches where bathing may be indulged in with
safety.
The excellent boat service provided by the
Peterboro & Lake Simcoe Navigation Company,
makes all the lakes easily accessible to the tourist.
The accommodation for travellers at the various
points on these waters is much superior to the
average summer resort. Good clean beds and well
cooked plain food can be obtained at reasonable rates
at many places which possess the advantages of
civilization, while being close to nature in all her
wildness. For those who wish to take their family
for an outing, the cottage or a camp on the shores of
these waters will afford a vacation at a very moderate
expense. The hundreds of miles of shore and the
many islands of the Kawartha Lakes specially lend
themselves to the enjoyments of a summer outing.
Kawartha is an Indian word signifying "Bright
Waters and Happy Lands." The Kawartha Lakes
are linked together by narrows, locks and channels
which allow the boat of the pleasure seeker to pass
from one to another until the whole chain is explored.
The eye never has time to weary of one scene before
the rounding of a point, the passage of a lock or the
"threading of the narrows" puts before you a new
prospect. The dip of an oar, the stroke of a paddle,
the twist of a tiller or the turn of a pilot wheel is
enough to bring a fresh section of the Kawartha
panorama into view. It is, indeed, Ontario's lovely
lakeland, renowned for its beauty and attractiveness
to the camper and summer visitor.
Tslinda Resort, Upper BucKhorn Late. A Pretty Spct on Pigeon LaKe
A  BRIEF  DESCRIPTION OF THE KAWARTHA LAKES
Scugog Lake—Is connected by a river of the same name
through Lindsay to Sturgeon Lake. Scugog Island, comprising a township in itself, is in this Lake. Scugog Lake is
a good fishing and hunting resort. On its eastern shore is
Caesarea, a delightful summering place, with several private
cottages, a hotel and several boarding houses. It is
four mil:s from Nestleton station on the Lindsay Branch
of the Canadian Pacific Railway, to and from which there
is a daily stage during the summer months. The Lake is also
300 yards  distant   from Janetville  or Clabo stations.
Sturgeon Lake—A fine, big, open lake with well wooded
shores and attractive summer homes. On the elbow of this
Lake is located one of the prettiest and most healthful
Summer Resorts in Ontario,—Sturgeon Point. It is a natural
park of maple, oak and pine, and is unique in being the only
incorporated summer municipality in Ontario; electing its
own council, levying its taxes and spending its revenues;
it consequently has fine streets and roads and all reasonable regulations for safety and security.* This and Pleasant
Point are easily accessible by the Canadian Pacific to Lindsay
and Otonabee Navigation Co.'s Steamer to destination,
twelve miles.
Pigeon Lake—Splendid bass and maskinonge fishing.
Its shores are fringed with gorgeous foliage, attractive for
cottage and camp sites; it has numerous bathing beaches.
There are several boarding houses and summering places on
this Lake, which is most easily reached through Bobcaygeon
and steamer.
Sandy Lake—Its waters are as clear as crystal but it has
no visible inlet. In places the water is very deep, while there
are numerous shallow sandy beaches, admirably adapted for
bathing. This is an excellent lake for bass. Inverlock, a
comfortable hostelry, is located on this lake and is a favorite
spot with many tourists. It is reached through Bobcaygeon
and steamer to Buckhorn Falls and stage three and one-
half miles.
Buckhorn Lake—A charming lake for camping and canoe-
ng, several islands adding to its attractiveness. It possesses
many pleasant sites for cottages or camps.    Oak  Orchard
and Islinda Resorts are located in this beautiful lake. Spawning grounds and fishing beds of bass and maskinonge are in
the immediate vicinity of these two popular Resorts.
Buckhorn Falls is another of the attractive resorts on these
waters, where splendid scenery and the very best bass and
maskinonge fishing abound to delight the angler or the
tourist. Here are located two good hotels which cater to the
wants of tourists. This lake is most conveniently reached
through Bobcaygeon and steamer.
Chemong Lake—Noted for its long floating bridge, and
magnificent pine tree park, well conducted hotel and
handsome summer homes. Most beautiful farms surround
the shores of this lake. This spot may be reached through
Bobcaygeon and steamer, or through Peterboro and six
miles by automobile or stage, which runs regularly during
the summer months.
Deer Lake and Lovesick Lake—Trees and foliage fringe
the shores; the scenery here is more rugged; there are many
beautiful sites for cottages and camps, and excellent bass
and maskinonge fishing. This locality is best reached
through Bobcaygeon and steamer.
Burleigh Falls—Offers unsurpassed facilities for the
pleasure seeker and the tourist. Here are two fifteen foot
locks, and delightful scenery that refreshes the visitor who
is wearied with the noise and dust of the city. The Park
Hotel offers excellent accommodation to visitors, and the
fishing in this region is excellent. It may be reached either
through Bobcaygeon or Peterboro and steamer.
Stony Lake—Is over ten miles long and two miles wide, containing over one hundred and fifty islands, and is undoubtedly
one of the prettiest lakes in America, attracting visitors
from all over the continent. Few, if any, lakes possess the
beauty and scenery of this charming spot, where nature
seems to have lavished all her beauty in thickly wooded
shores sloping down to the water's edge; deep cool glens,
which defy the sun's rays, and water clear as crystal make
this lake an ideal spot for a summer holiday. Excellent
accommodation can be found at the numerous resorts and
boarding houses. Points in this lake may be reached through
Bobcaygeon or Peterboro and steamer. An Indian Village on BucKhorn LaKe.
Clear Lake—A fine sheet of water, from which it
derives its name.
Katchewanooka Lake—The most south-easterly of the
chain, is a narrow lake with fair fishing. This and Clear
Lake are reached through Peterboro and steamer.
Rice Lake—A delightful sail cf twenty miles down the
Otonabee River from Peterboro, is justly famous for its
immense beds of wild rice, which is most delicious when
properly cooked and served. It is a natural home for wild
duck, which flock there in thousands. The lake is about
seventeen miles in length, and from three to four miles in
width, and offers the angler fine sport in bass and maskinonge
fishing. The golden sunset on this beautiful lake is a scene
never to be forgotten. The Serpentine Mounds are well worth
seeing. They are thirty to fifty feet long, and ten to fifteen
feet high, and contain the bones of thousands of Indians,
whose descendants still reside at the Indian Village of
Hiawatha and at Roseneath, a reserve on the shores of the
lake. They are serpentine in shape, and are literally huge
piles of bones that are crumbling into dust. Idyl-Wyld
Island is veritably one of nature's beauty spots. This Lake
is best reached via Peterboro and Otonabee Navigation Co.'s
steamer.
Each lake has its own distinctive beauty and the air
is as pure as the waters of these spring fed lakes, the wholesome fragrance of the pine and hemlock being the only
exception to the perfect purity of the atmosphere. Here the
millionaire or the prudent wage-earner may find a pleasant
and enjoyable vacation.
The whole vicinity teems with attractions for the open-
air recreation lover; almost innumerable cottage and camp
sites are obtainable on all the Lakes; and flowing into the
Kawartha chain are numerous creeks and rivers connecting
other lakes with exceptional fishing and hunting possibilities.
All lakes are surrounded by good farms, where cottagers or
campers may obtain the best of farm products at reasonable
rates; in this respect, no other resort in the country is more
favorably located.
Take the "Direct Line"
The short route to Bobcaygeon, the hub of the Kawartha
Lakes, is the Canadian Pacific Railway. From Toronto the
railway passes through a very productive agricultural
district to Burketon Jet., where it diverges and follows
closely along the shores of Scugog Lake and Scugog River to
Lindsay, which is a progressive town of ten thousand
inhabitants, with wide streets, pretty parks, excellent
stores and good hotels.
The cost of living at Bobcaygeon is considerably less than
in any of the larger cities of Canada or the United States, so
much less that a visitor from the United States said it was
cheaper to spend a vacation at Bobcaygeon than to stay at
home, claiming his ordinary expenses at home to be higher
than his combined railway fare and expenses at this pretty
village. It is built upon three Islands between Sturgeon
and Pigeon Lakes, and is the rendezvous for numerous
camping and canoe parties, the beautiful shores and
numerous islands making this an ideal place to enjoy the
pleasures of rod and reel, the free life of camping and the
delight of canoeing. All necessary supplies for fishing or
hunting may be obtained here and at Lindsay.
Peterboro, 76 miles east of Toronto, is a most charming
city of 18,000 inhabitants; it is one of the most progressive
industrial centres on the Toronto-Montreal main line of the
Canadian Pacific Railway; it has excellent streets, buildings
and parks; here all camp equipment, tents, the famous Peterboro canoe, fishing tackle, hunting accessories and supplies and provisions may be obtained. It is the gateway to
Stony, Chemong and Rice Lakes. In the immediate vicinity
of Peterboro the steamer, on its way to Stony Lake, passes
through the celebrated hydraulic sixty-five foot Lift Lock.
The lock is the largest in the world, and the construction
of it was a most notable and difficult engineering feat Gateways
Nestleton—Stage four miles to Caesarea.
Janetville—400 yards to Lake Scugog.
Clabo—300 yards to Lake  Scugog.
Lindsay—Peterboro & Lake Simcoe Co.'s Navigation Steamer
—twelve   miles   to   Sturgeon  Point  or Pleasant Point.
Ancona Point—300 yards, over good road to Sturgeon Lake;
four miles private launch or boat to Sturgeon Point.
Bobcaygeon—For points on Sturgeon, Cameron, Balsam,
Pigeon, Bald, Sandy, Buckhorn, Chemong, Deer, Lovesick or Stoney Lakes.
Peterboro—For Lakefieid, Young's Point, Katchewanooka,
Clear, Stoney or Rice Lake points via Steamer; or for
Chemong Park or Lake points via automobile or stage.
Return Fares
TO FROM
Toronto      Buffalo      Niagara      Detroit
Falls
tLindsay  ..       $3.45        $6.70        $5.50 $13.85
tBobcaygeon  4.25 7.50 6.50 14.25
fOak Orchard, Islinda ]
Indian Village, Chemong \ 4.60 7.85 6.95 14.25
Buckhorn, via Bobcaygeon . . j
tBurleigh Falls, via Bobcaygeon        4.60 7.85 6.95 14.25
f Bryson's Landing,Crow's Land-^
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or Viamede, via Bobcaygeon]
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tBurleigh Falls{ SftTftErtS; 5-50 8.75 7.85 16.00
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tLakefield, via Peterboro  3 .85 7.10 6. 20 14.25
tYoungs Point, via Lakefieid. . . 4.25 7.50 6.60 14.25
§tBurleigh Falls, via Lakefieid.. . 4.60 7.95 6.95 14.25
tGore's   Landing  or Harwood, I 115 7 40 6 5Q 14 2g
via Peterboro j
Jubilee   Point,   via  Peterboro. 4.05 7.30 6.40 14.25
t Going and returning via same route.
X Same fares apply to Indian Village, Chemong Park, Buckhorn, Juniper
Island, McCracken's Landing, Mount Julian, South Beach, Stoney Lake,
Viamede, Youngs Point and intermediate points on direct steamer route.
§ Same fares apply to Bryson's Landing, Juniper Island, McCracken's
Landing, Mount Julian, Stoney Lake and Viamede, going and returning
via Peterboro.
Note A.—Passenger and baggage transfer is included in tickets at
Peterboro and Bobcaygeon.
Tickets at foregoing rates on sale May 1st to November 20th, good
returning to November 30th, according to opening and closing of season of
navigation.
The "Way" to the Kawartha Lakes
Use connecting railway or steamship line to Detroit,
Buffalo or Toronto, and obtain through tickets via Canadian
Pacific Railway to Lindsay, Bobcaygeon or Peterboro;
thence Peterboro & Lake Simcoe Navigation Co. to destination. This year the Peterboro & Lak3 Simcoe Navigation
Co. will give a mid-day service IN and OUT of Bobcaygeon
and Peterboro FROM and TO South Beach, the upper part
of Stoney Lake and Rice Lake points, thus enabling patrons
to reach their camp sites, cottages or hotels early in the
afternoon. This arrangement of service will be appreciated
by those who have and those who desire locations in these
beautiful lakes.
Shooting' Wild Duck in Rice LaKe.
Peterboro and Lake Simcoe Nav. Co.
Lindsay—Sturgeon Point Servics
(July 4th to Sept. 3rd, 1911)
S.S. "MANITA"
From July 4th to September 3rd. Leave Lindsay at 9.00 a.m.,
1.15 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. Returning leave Sturgeon Point at 7.15 a.m.,
10.45 a.m. and 3.00 p.m.
On Mondays during July and August boat will leave Sturgeon Point
at 6.15 a.m. to connect at Lindsay with 7.50 a.m. C.P.R. train for Toronto
Coboconk Trip
Every Tuesday and Friday. Leaving Lindsay at 9.00 a.m., touching
at Sturgeon Point, Fenelon Falls and Rosedale. Arriving at Coboconk
at noon.    Returning reach Lindsay at 5.30. p.m.
The Hydraulic Lift Lock at Peterboro.
An Excursion  Party and Houseboat, Stoney LaKe. 'Shore" Dinner on Buckhorn Lake
USEFUL INFORMATION
Telegraph
Telegraph Offices at
Nestleton        Lindsay Bobcaygeon
Peterboro
Telephone
Telephone Connection to
Nestleton Burleigh Falls Gore's Landing
Sturgeon Point Lakefieid Harwood
Buckhorn Lindsay Idyl-Wyld
Young's Point Chemong Jubilee
Caesarea (Bridgenorth P.O.) Wedlocks
Bobcaygeon Stony Lake Points
For Furnished Cottages Write
BOBCAYGEON, ONT.
A. E. Bottum
Dr. S. H. Thomas
Mrs. McMullen
J. McL. Oliver
W. A. Davis
Dr. Wm. McCamus
John Van Volkenburg
LAKEFIELD, ONT.
W. H. Casement
J. H. Sherin
Wm.  Graham
F. J. Lillicrap
O. A. Langley
LINDSAY, ONT.
F. Knowlson
Dr. J. Neelands
(Pleasant Point)
John Hay
RICE LAKE
Clarence  Cooke
Idyl-Wvld
Gore's Landing P.O.
Captain F. Harris
Gore's Landing P.O.
W. Johnson
Harwood P.O.
STURGEON POINT,ONT.
G. H. Hopkins
TORONTO, ONT.
W. H. Miller
No. 50 Metcalfe St
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Nestleton—Stage four miles to Caesarea.
Janetville—400 yards to Lake Scugog.
Clabo—300 yards to Lake Scugog.
Lindsay—Peterboro & Lake Simcoe Co.'s Navigation Steamer
—twelve   miles  to  Sturgeon  Point  or Pleasant Point.
Ancona Point—300 yards, over good road to Sturgeon Lake;
four miles private launch or boat to Sturgeon Point.
Bobcaygeon—For points on Sturgeon, Cameron, Balsam,
Pigeon, Bald, Sandy, Buckhorn, Chemong, Deer, Lovesick or Stoney Lakes.
Peterboro—For Lakefieid, Young's Point, Katchewanooka,
Clear, Stoney or Rice Lake points via Steamer; or for
Chemong Park or Lake points via automobile or stage.
Return Fares
TO FROM
Toronto     Buffalo     Niagara     Detroit
Falls
fLindsay  ...-.       $3.45        $6.70        $5.50        $13.85
fBobcaygeon  4.25 7.53 6.60 14.25
fOak Orchard, Islinda )
Indian Village, Chemong   }■ 4.60 7.85 6.95 14.25
Buckhorn, via Bobcaygeon . . j
tBurleigh Falls, via Bobcaygeon        4.60 7.85 6.95 14.25
fBryson's Landing,Crow's Land-')
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or Viamede, via Bobcaygeon)
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JBurleigh Falls < gJ^&tSSS 5 ■50 8.75 7.85 16.00
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tLakefield, via Peterboro  3 .85 7.10 6. 20 14.25
tYoungs Point, via Lakefieid. . . 4.25 7.50 6.60 14.25
§tBurleigh Falls, via Lakefieid.. . 4.60 7.95 6.95 14.25
fGore's   Landing  or Harwood, \ -,   1t- 7 40 fi  rn 14 ok
viaPeterboro / L'i0 '*4U °'&u 14-J&
Jubilee   Point,   via  Peterboro. 4.05 7.30 6.40 14.25
t Going and returning via same route.
% Same fares apply to Indian Village, Chemong Park, Buckhorn, Juniper
Island, McCracken's Landing, Mount Julian, South Beach, Stoney Lake,
Viamede, Youngs Point and intermediate points on direct steamer route.
§ Same fares apply to Bryson's Landing, Juniper Island, McCracken's
Landing, Mount Julian, Stoney Lake and Viamede, going and returning
via Peterboro.
Note A.—Passenger and baggage transfer is included in tickets at
Peterboro and Bobcaygeon.
Tickets at foregoing rates on sale May 1st to November 20th, good
returning to November 30th, according to opening and closing of season of
navigation.
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Bobcaygeon—Burleigh Falls—-Stoney Lake Service
Servi:e  for  Season  1911
KAWARTHA LAKES
Ston.y Laks Points C.P.R. to Bobcaygeon
Steamer "LIlTTONIA" Meals Served on Board
READ DOWN
12.15 p.m.
12.45 p.m.
1.15 p.m.
1.35 p.m.
1.55 p.m.
2.35 p.m.
3.00 p.m.*
3.30 p.m.**
3.45 p.m.
4.00 p.m.
4.25 p.m
Lv	
 Bobcaygeon	
 Sandy Point  .
 Ar.
READ UP
12.00Noon
 Oak Orchard	
11.00 a.m.
 Islinda	
 Buckhorn	
 Lovesick	
 Burleigh Falls...
10.45 a.m.
9.45 a.m.
9. 10 a.m.
8.30 a.m.
Ar'. . .'. .
 Juniper Island	
 Mt. Julian	
 Glenwood	
 Crows Ldg	
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8.00 a.m.
7.45 a.m.
7.20 a.m.
7.00 a.m.
: Connect with Bobcaygejn and Chemone steamer.
■ Connect   with   steamer "Water   Lily" for Young's   Point,   Lakefieid
and Peterboro.
Passengers   leaving   Toronto   at  9.00
3.00 p.m.    Meals served on board.
a.m., reach   Burleigh   Falls   at
Steamer " MONARCH "
Service for  Season  1911
BOBCAYGEON, BURLEIGH FALLS & CHEMONG SERVICE
READ DOWN READ UP
6.45 a.m. Lv ...Bobcaygeon Ar. 7.00 p.m.
7.30 a.m Sandy Point  6.30 p.m.
8. 15 a.m.  Gannon's Narrows  5.30 p.m.
8.30 a.m.  Indian Village  3.45 p.m.
9 0J a.m.  Chemong Park. . .  4.45 p.m.
10.45 a.m.  Buckhorn  2.00 p.m.
11.45 a.m. Ar Burleigh Falls Lv. 1.00 p.m.
Motor C ir connection between Peterboro and Chemong on arrival of steamer.
Peterboro—Stoney Lake Service
Service for  Season  1911 KAWARTHA LAKES
Peterboro, Lakefieid and Stoney Lake
Steamer " WATER LILY"
.Ar.
READ DOWN
7.40 a.m. Lv Peterboro	
8.00 a.m Lift  Lock	
10.00 a.m Lakefieid	
10.40 a.m.  Young's Point	
10.50 a.m South Beach	
11.05 a.m. Kawartha Park	
11.15 a.m.  McCracken's Landing	
11.30 a.m.*        Juniper Island	
12.15 p.m.**      Burleigh Falls	
1.00 p.m.        Ar Mt. Julian and Viamede Lv.
* Connect with Steamer from Bobcaygeon for Breezes Wharf, Glenwood
and Crowes Landing.
**Passengers from Chemong and Buckhorn take steamer for Peterboro.
Daily service from June 12th to September 2nd.    Steamer Company
reserve the right to cancel service for cause at any time on notice.
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Peterboro—Rice Lake Service
Steamer " GENEVA "
READ DOWN
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7.42 a.m.
Mondays leave Gore's Landing 6.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 4.00 p.m.
Saturdays 6.30 a.m.
Mondays arrive at Gore's Landing 1.15 p.m.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 12.15 p.m.
Mondays leave Peterboro 10.00 a.m.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9.00 a.m.
Saturdays 4.00 p.m.
"Shore" Dinner on BucKhorn LaKe
USEFUL INFORMATION
Telegraph
Telegraph  Offices  at
Nestleton        Lindsay Bobcaygeon
Peterboro
Telephone
Telephone Connection to
Nestleton Burleigh Falls Gore's Landing
Sturgeon Point Lakefieid Harwood
Buckhorn Lindsay Idyl-Wyld
Young's Point Chemong Jubilee
Caesarea (Bridgenorth P.O.) Wedlocks
Bobcaygeon Stony Lake Points
For Furnished Cottages Write
BOBCAYGEON, ONT.
LINDSAY, STURGEON POINT DIVISION
A. E. Bottum
Dr. S. H. Thomas
Mrs. McMullen
J. McL. Oliver
W. A. Davis
Dr. Wm. McCamus
John Van Volkenburg
LAKEFIELD, ONT.
W. H. Casement
J. H. Sherin
Wm.  Graham
F. J. Lillicrap
O. A. Langley
LINDSAY, ONT.
F. Knowlson
Dr. J. Nee lands
(Pleasant Point)
John Hay
RICE LAKE
Clarence  Cooke
Idyl-Wvld
Gore's Landing P.O.
Cantain F. Harris
Gore's Landing P.O.
W. Johnson
Harwood P.O.
STURGEON POINT,ONT.
G. H. Hopkins
TORONTO, ONT.
W. H. Miller
No. 50 Metcalfe St
Mungo Nasmith
No. 14 Maitland St For Cottages or Camp Sites Write
Hotels and Boarding Houses
BOBCAYGEON, ONT.
Mossom Boyd Co.
F. W. Read
R. E. Thurston
PETERBORO, ONT.
J. J. Turner & Sons
Peterboro Canoe  Co.
For Tents, Canoes or Boats, Write
BOBCAYGEON, ONT.
A. E. Bottum
Kawartha Canoe Co.,
Canoes, etc.
PETERBORO,  ONT.
J. J. Turner & Sons,
Tents and equipment
PETERBORO, ONT.
Peterboro Canoe Co.,
Canoes, etc.
Canadian Canoe Co.,
Canoes, etc.
Wm. English Canoe Co.,
Canoes, etc,
Boat Liveries
Bobcaygeon, Ont.—Richard Nichols, Launch for hire.
L. Atthill, Launch for hire. J. Walker, Launch for hire.
W. C. Moore, Launch for hire.
G. G. Gordon, Canoes, skiffs and launches for hire.
E. J. Woollard, Canoes, skiffs and launches for hire.
There are boat liveries in connection with many of the
hotels  and  boarding  houses throughout the district.
Guides
Bobcaygeon, Ont.—G. Nichols, G. Lacombe, Wm. Edgar,
M. Sheehan, R. Nichols, Wm. Paterson, Thos. Fairbairn,
Jas.  Switzer.
Indian Village—Wm. Knott, Wm. Taylor, James McCue,
Lon Taylor, Jack Knott, Noah Taylor, Rich. Toboco and
George Taylor,  Indian Guides.
Burleigh Falls, Ont.—Wm. Foster and Geo. Foster.
Mount Julian P.O., Ont.—Wm. Langford, Samuel
Graham, Jas. Pammett, T. Shewen, Cecil Shewen, W. Windsor
and Allan Hunter.
Young's Point, Ont.—Wm. Plymouth, Thos. Gordon,
P. Divine and Peter Cummings.
Hiawatha Villag? (Indian) Rice Laks.—Mat. Howard,
Jim Howard, Sam Jackson and many others.
Rates $2.50 to $3.00 per day, including can^e or boat.
A Hunting' Party in Kawartha LaKes District.
Place and Name of
Hotel, etc.
Proprietor or
Manager
h, o
Rate Pei
Day
itate Per
Week
Distance
from Station
Bobcaygeon—
t Iroquois	
tRockland Temper-
75
50
12
10
25
25
10
10
10
($ 1.50
\     to
2.00
1.50
{     to
I     2.00
1.50
r    i.5o
\      to
I      2.00
1.25
1.2.*i
1.2.^
1.2;
1.00
1
Special }
J
- )■
:: !
i mile.
Riverside Cottage.
Beechwood
Boarding House...
Boarding House...
Boarding House...
Boarding House. ..
Boarding House...
Vlrs Jas. Hayes...
\lr«. J. L. Lancaster	
h mile.
1  mile.
Mrs. A. White	
Mrs. A. Mclntyre.
Mrs. J. Garden. . .
Mrs. Jno. Kennedy
■Valter Ventress..
Across St
i mile.
i mile.
i mile.
On Pigeon Lk.
4 miles.
* The Cedars	
\athaniel Crowe..
35
1.00
"      1
OnPigeonLk.
3£ miles.
Boarding House...
>ilas Crowe	
8
1.25
On Pigeon Lk.
2i miles.
Lakeview Farm. . .
Jas. McOliver	
20
1.00
"       1
On PigeonLk.
3 miles.
Boarding House...
D. Robinson	
10
1.00
5.00   {
Ancona Pt.
4 miles.
Bridgenorth—
tChemong Pk Hotel
Buckhorn Lake—
3ruce Rickey....
100
(     1.50
to
I     2.00
9.00 1
to       }
12.00 J
On   Chemong
Lk; 6 miles
from Peterboro; automobile or
stage.
Islinda Island—
flslinda Hotel	
Perry Alexander..
40
2.00
10.00 )
to       \
12.00 J
Upper Buckhorn Lake. 10
miles   from
Bobcaygeon.
fEas :wood House..
tWindsor House... .
WTest Beach	
Thos. Eastwood. .
NT. Pearson	
Mrs. J. Jones	
40
36
20
2.00
f     1.50
to
I     2.00
1.00
7.00 1
to
10.00
7.00 :
to
10.00 .
7.00 {
15 miles from
Bobcaygeon.
15 miles from
Bobcaygeon.
15 miles from
Bobcaygeon.
18 miles from
Bobcaygeon.
Inverloch, Sandy
Lake	
L W. Irwin	
14
1.00
7.00 {
Burleigh Falls—
Burleigh Falls,     i
Park Hotel	
J
f\ II. Darcy	
150
2.00 j
10.00 ]
to       }
12.00 J
23 miles from
Bobcaygeon.
24 miles from
Peterboro.
Clear Lake—
Woodside	
Miss Brown	
12
l.CG
Special
Lakefieid—
tLakefield House...
V. G. Lawless....
50
1.50
7.00 '
10.00 .
10 miles from
Teterboro
fMidland House.. . .
H. W. Darcy	
30
f     1.00
to
1 .50
Special
J
10 miles from
Peterboro
fCornmercial House
Robt. Graham.. . .
40
'      1.00
to
1.50
Special j
10 miles from
Peterboro
t Temperance Hotel.
* Will meet train if notified. Hotels and Boarding Houses
A FEW POINTERS
Place and Name of
Proprietor or
i
Rate
Rate
Distance
Hotel
Manager
Per Day
Per Week
from Station
Lake Scugog—
Csesarea, Ont.
(
$6.00 ]
Caesarea P.O.
Fred Harran	
30
j   $1.00
to      }
7.00 J
4  miles  from
Nestleton.
Lindsay—
1.50
Special
5.00 1
Daily Stage,
Summer
Benson, House	
G. P. Burgess. . . .
75
to
2.00
to      \
12.00 J
4.00 1
2i Blocks
Simpson House... .
Wm. H. Simpson.
50
•      1.00
to      \
5.50 J
3.50 ]
2$ Blocks
'
Pym House	
E. 0. McCrohan..
25
1.00
to      \
4.50 J
3.50 1
3 Blocks
Central House	
J. Maunder	
40
1.00
to      \
4.50 J
3.50 1
3 Blocks
Butler House	
R. Butler	
40
1.00
to       }
4.50 J
10.00  )
3£ Blocks
In Gannon's
Narrows, 8
Oak Orchard	
Perry Alexander..
2b
2.00
to        j.
12.00  J
miles from
Bobcaygeon
Otonabee River—
t Wedlocks Hotel. .
Mrs. Wedlock....
25
1.50
J7.00 1
I up    1
12 miles from
Peterboro
Peterboro—
f     2.00
10.00 ]
Oriental Hotel.. . .
Geo. Graham	
300
\     to
2.50
up     |
7.00 1
5 Blocks.
National Hotel... .
D. B. Denistown .
100
2.00
'     1.50
up      >
7.00 1
3 Blocks
Snowden House.. .
R. P. Gallop	
60
\     to
2.00
up     |
3* Blocks.
White House	
R. White	
40
1.50
8.50
3 Blocks.
Munro House	
R. J. Munro	
50
1.00
6.00
5 Blocks.
Crown House	
R. H. Jackson.. .
2 b
J. 50
6.00
5 Blocks.
Montgomeryllouse
F. Montgomery...
50
1.25
/5.00 1
I up     J
4 Blocks.
Rice Lake—
tGore's Landing
Hotel	
Capt. F. Harris...
40
f     1.50
{        to
I     2.00
10.00 1
up     |
22 miles from
Peterboro.
fHarwood. Lake-
I
7.00 {
23 miles from
view House	
\V. Johnson	
2b
\     1.50
up   J
8.00 \
Peterboro.
j     1.50
24 miles from
tldyl-Wyld	
Clarence Cooke. . .
40
1     2.00
up    j
Peterboro.
f      1.50
\        to
[     2.00
7.00 1
21 miles from
t JubileePoint Hotel
I. Gilman	
40
up    ?■
Peterboro.
Stony Lake—
Trout River—
7.00 {
2 miles  from
Cedar Island	
A. Wright
3C
1.00
Havelock
Kilkennv	
J. R. Donnell	
20
1.00
1.50
Special
8.00
Dulce Domum....
Mrs. Wm. Cox.. . .
40
Address
fGlenwood	
Mrs. David Breeze
45
1.50
8.00 |
Peterboro.
1.50
8.00 )
22 miles from
fViamede	
Mrs. Wm. Graham
100
\     to
to      \
12.00 J
7.00 ]
Peterboro
1     2.00
'     1.50
22 miles from
Mount Julian Hotel
J. Thompson	
50
\     to
2.00
to      \
9.00 J
7.00 i
Peterboro
McCracken's
tVictoria House.. . .
F. J. Morgan	
50
1.50
to      \
10.00 J
Landing, 22
miles from
Peterboro
Young's Point—
fLakeview House...
Jas. E. Kearney..
50
f     1.00
to
1.50
Special >
15 miles from
Peterboro.
fCarleton House... .
Ned Davey	
30
1 00
6.00 )
to      \
10.00 J
15 miles from
Peterboro.
fSouth Beach Hote'
W. E. Brooks	
75
1.50
O.OOJ
15 miles from
Peterboro.
OPEN    SEASONS,    FISHING   AND    HUNTING
Deer, Moose, Reindeer, Caribou—Season from Nov. 1st to 15th.
Bear—Season all the year.
Duck—Season Sept. 15th to Dec. 15th.
Grouse, Pheasants, Partridge, Woodcock Quail—Season, October 15th
to November 15th.
Bass—Season from June 16th to April 14th.
Mascaionge—June 16th to April 14th.
Pickerel or Dore—May 16th to April 14th.
Salmon Trout—December 1st to October 31st.
Speckled Trout—May 1st to Sept. 14th.
NON-RESIDENTS'   LICENSES
The Laws of Ontario require licenses as follows:—
Hunting—Non-residents $50.00, residents $5.00 for moose or caribou,
$2.00 for deer. Fishing—Non-residents $2.00 for individuals; $5.00 for
families.
BAGGAGE
Sportsmen—For sportsmen, campers and cottagers, singly or in parties,
on camping, hunting or fishing expeditions, 150 pounds of baggage and
camping outfit will be checked free on each full ticket, and 75 pounds on
each half ticket, providing it consists of wearing apparel, sportsmen's and
campers' outfits, such as tents, small bundles of bedding, folding cots, camp
chairs, camp utensils, provisions in small quantities. Sportsmen's canoes
not exceeding 18 feet in length will be checked to certain territories at same
charge as for 100 pounds of excess baggage, minimum charge $1.00. Skiffs
and rowboats, same condition at double canoe rate  minimum $2.00,
CANADIAN   CUSTOMS
Persons visiting Canada for vacations may bring with them (in addition
to wearing apparel, on which there is no duty), tourists' outfits, comprising
guns, fishing rods, canoes, tents, camp equipment, cooking utensils, musical
instruments, kodaks, etc.
A deposit of duty on the appraised value of the articles imported
must be made with the collector on arrival in Canada, which deposit will be
returned in full provided the articles are exported from Canada within six
months.
Or they may be forwarded in bond to any point in Canada where a
customs officer is stationed, who will certify to the export of the articles,
which will be mailed to the customs officer at the port of entry, who will
forward by mail the money deposited  less expense of remittance.
SERVICE
For details of train service, equipment, and opening and closing of
navigation for Otonabee Navigation Co., please consult current time table
folders, which may be had on application to any Canadian Pacific Agent, or
Canadian Agencies
BRANTFORD, Ont., W. Lahey 118 Dalhousie St., Market Square
CHATHAM, Ont., E. Fremlin Cor. King & Fifth Sts.
GALT,  Ont.,  Alex.  McKean 5  South Water  St.
GUELPH, Ont., J. Heffernan 32 Wyndham St.
GODERICH, Ont., Joseph Kidd Corner Court Square and West Street. .
HAMILTON, Ont., W. J. Grant Corner King and James Streets
KINGSTON, Ont., Frank Conway, G.P.A., K. & P. Ry	
LINDSAY, Ont., T. C. Matchett. . 60 Kent Street
LONDON, Ont., W. Fulton, C.P.A 161 Dundas Street
OWEN SOUND, Ont., J. Skinner 78 Paulette St.
PARRY SOUND, J. Benedict , Seguin Stree.
PETERBORO, Ont., W. Mcllroy 343 George St.
ST. THOMAS, Ont., J. A. Ross 368 Talbot St.
TORONTO, Ont., W. Maughan, C.T.A., 16 King St. east, Near Yonge St.
WINDSOR,  Ont., E. C. Rice 16 Oulette St-
WOODSTOCK, Ont., Geo. Joyce 32 Dundas St.
WM. STITT,
General Passenger Agent,
MONTREAL.
L. THOMPSON,
District Passenger Agent,
TORONTO.
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