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Array  THE ROYAL YORK HOTEL, TORONTO
Largest hotel in the British Empire and one of the most palatial in the world.
Located in the hub of downtown Toronto opposite the Union Station with
which it is connected by a convenient subway. Over eleven hundred rooms
with bath. Unexcelled convention facilities with entire second floor and a
mezzanine floor set aside for this purpose. Toronto is a favorite summer recreation point and is easily reached from all parts of the continent. Main line of
the Canadian Pacific connects east with Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec; west
with London, Windsor, Detroit and Chicago. Direct service to Niagara Falls,
Buffalo, Boston and New York.    Open all year.    European plan.
BUNGALOW CAMPS IN ONTARIO
The centre for wonderful fishing for bass, pickerel, muskies and other
game fish, and for long canoe trips through a maze of waterways. On the
Canadian Pacific, 215 miles north of Toronto, 45 miles south of Sudbury.
Accommodation for 120 guests. Outlying Fishing Camp at Pine Rapids,
overnight accommodation for 18 guests.
Postal address (while Camp is open) Asinka, Ont.    Station and telegraph address, French
River.    Open June 15th to October 1st.
Near the mouth of the far-famed Nipigon River. On the Canadian
Pacific, 923 miles west of Montreal, 743 miles north-west of Toronto,
489 miles east of Winnipeg. Accommodation for 50 guests.
Postal and telegraph address (while Camp is open) Nipigon River Camp, Nipigon, Ont.
Special flag station (for certain trains) near Camp; for other trains, Nipigon. Open June
15th to September 15th.
Situated in the most charming part of the Lake of the Woods, affording
fine fishing for bass, musky, lake trout and pike. On the Canadian Pacific,
1,106 miles north west of Toronto, 1,286 miles west of Montreal, 126
miles east of Winnipeg.   Accommodation for 61 guests.
Postal and telegraph address (while Camp is open) Devil's Gap Camp, Kenora, Ont.
Station, Kenora.    Open June 15th to September 15th.
CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTELS
IN THE ROCKIES
A magnificent hotel in the heart of the Banff National Park. Open
May 15 to October 1st.    Special rates for two weeks and over.
A wonderful hotel facing an exquisite Alpine Lake in Banff National
Park.    Open June 1st to October 1st.
A charming Chalet hotel situated amidst the picturesque Alpine
scenery of the Yoho National Park.  Open June 15th to September 15th.
Junction for the orchard districts of the Okanagan Valley. Open all
all year.
ON THE PACIFIC COAST
The largest hotel on the North Pacific Coast, serving equally the
business man and the tourist.    Open all year.
A luxurious hotel in this Garden City of the Pacific Coast.    Crystal
Garden for swimming and music.    Open all year.
THE PRAIRIES
A handsome hotel of metropolitan standard, in this prosperous city
of Southern Alberta.    Open all year.
A new hotel in the old capital of Saskatchewan.    Open all year.
A popular hotel in the largest city of Western Canada, and the centre
of Winnipeg's social life.    Open all year.
EASTERN CANADA
A charming hotel in Canada's largest city.    Open all year.
A metropolitan hotel in the most historic city of North America.
Open all year.
A commercial and sportsman's hotel.    Open all year.
The social centre of Canada's most fashionable seashore summer
resort.    Open June 21st to September 5th.
French River
Camp
Nipigon River
Camp
Devil's Gap
Camp, Kenora
Banff Springs Hotel,
Banff, Alberta
Chateau Lake Louise
Lake Louise, Alberta
Emerald Lake Chalet,
near Field, B.C.
Hotel Sicamous,
Sicamous, B.C.
Hotel Vancouver,
Vancouver, B.C.
Empress Hotel,
Victoria, B.C.
Hotel Palliser,
Calgary, Alberta
Hotel Saskatchewan,
Regina, Sask.
Royal Alexandra Hotel,
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Place Viger Hotel,
Montreal, Quebec
Chateau Frontenac,
Quebec, Quebec
McAdam Hotel,
McAdam, N.B.
The Algonquin,
St. Andrew's, N.B.
OTHER HOTELS AND BUNGALOW CAMPS REACHED BY CANADIAN PACIFIC
Moraine Lake, Alta Moraine Lake Camp
Banff-Winder-      1_     .   ..      .  .    _,        .       ~
mere Automo-   ICastle Mountain Bungalow Camp
bile Highway     J Radium Hot Springs Camp
Banff, Alta  Mount Assiniboine Camp
Hector, B.C Wapta Camp
Hector, B.C Lake O'Hara Camp
Field, B.C Yoho Valley Camp
Agassiz, B.C Harrison Hot Springs Hotel
Penticton, B.C Hotel Incola
Cameron Lake, B.C Cameron Lake Chalet
Digby, N.S The Pines
Kentville, N.S Cornwallis Inn &ESO R.TS  in
Ontario
/jlpN RANGE, cerise and
I:] J yellow embers smoulder
^U—' at the base of the pale
green sky; giant pines and red
granite islands soften in the purple dusk; and cool night breezes
take the sting of the sun out of
your face. The rhythmic drip
and swish of the guide's paddle;
the merry rattle of the ripples
under the bow of the canoe.
Under the foredeck a mess of
bass such as will inspire much
'arm-stretching1 on winter evenings. And that fifteen pound
muskie—whew, what a battle!
Hooked on a six ounce rod
while casting. Fought you, like
the great warrior he is, for
fully half an hour. Broke water
four times—once to stand on
his tail and shake the flashing
copper spoons in his gills like
a terrier shaking a rat	
Wood smoke tingles pleasantly
in your nostrils. Half a mile
ahead in the clearing the tents
are flushed by the glow of the
camp-fire. The frogs begin their
nightly organ recital: the little green
chaps piping a high tremolo to the
booming bass of the big marums; the
piccolo of the whip-poor-will and the
reeds of the cricket supply the air.
Something breaks the shadowy waters
off to the left, a loon chuckles with you
and there is a deep and a binding content in your heart.
Such is the lure of Ontario. Cradled
in its forests are thousands of lakes and
rivers that teem with fish and game,
far more than enough to satisfy the
most avid sportsman. The Canadian
Pacific Railway has brought the best of
them within easy reach with its net'
work of lines interlacing this vast
paradise above the Great Lakes, and
has, at various points, built its own
Bungalow Camps for your more perfect
enjoyment of them. Each resort is a
paradise of health and recreation for
the kiddies.
And to more than seventy-five million people on the continent, these
Happy Hunting Grounds are but little
moire than an overnight journey away
by Canadian Pacific, with Toronto as
the gateway.
Printed in Canada - 1930
0*>>jU   djitf* 3 TORONTO^dUEEN   CITY
THE ROYAL YORK GOLF COURSE
TORONTO
Toronto, the "Queen City", so'named for
the beauty of its tree-girt boulevards, its gracious
residences and delightful parks, is situated on
an island-sheltered bay in the northwestern
corner of Lake Ontario. All main lines from
Chicago, Detroit, Buffalo, Ottawa and Montreal
converge upon this natural jumping off spot for
the Resorts in Ontario, many of which are but
a few hours distant.
Notwithstanding its proximity to these primi-
tive beauty spots, however, Toronto is a vast cos'
mopolitan city with a population of nearly three-
quarters of a million. No city in Canada has a
more enviable record in industrial, artistic and
educational achievement. In Queen's Park, for
instance, lies the famous University of Toronto
which draws its 20,000 students from all over
the world.
To the Ontario Parliament Buildings, also
in Queen's Park, is but a few moments1 walk.
Or perhaps, you would view the city and its
tremendous activities from the 300-foot clock
tower of the City Hall downtown. It will
seem that you can almost reach out and touch
the great stores and exclusive
shops. And just below you,
along the entire city waterfront
stretches a marvelous boulevard
all the way from Sunnyside, that
mecca of summer gaiety: canoeing
and bathing inside the breakwaters, yachting beyond, and a
summer carnival in full swing up
the beach.
Following the boulevard into
the city you will pass through the
beautiful grounds of the far-
famed Canadian National Exhibition, the largest annual fair in
the world. Its mammoth Coliseum
is the scene of the Royal Winter
Fair as well as great military tournaments and sporting events during the year.
Perhaps your fancy strays sport wards.
International League baseball, upwards of
thirty fine golf courses, lacrosse, polo, tennis,
soccer, softball, badminton and hockey are at
your command.
Or if you seek the art galleries, the great
libraries, museums or theatres, a query addressed
to the Information Bureau at the Royal York
Hotel will bring you courteous and accurate
information as to the opportunities for indulging
your favourite diversion.
THE ROYAL YORK
This palatial Canadian Pacific Hotel, the
centre of Toronto's social and downtown life,
is connected with the Union Station by subway.
It is the largest hotel in the British Empire, one
of its features being the huge convention floor
with seating accommodation for 4,070 or
banquet accommodation for 2,800. Yet despite
its enormity, the Royal York preserves that
atmosphere of comfort and restful charm so
characteristic of all Canadian Pacific Hotels.
A short distance by motor from the hotel, a
fine golf course is operated by the Canadian
Pacific for the convenience of its guests.
TORONTO SKYLINE SHOWING THE ROYAL YORK HOTEL '
2 RESO UTS  '"ONTARI   O
HAMILTON
Between Toronto and Buffalo, on the extreme
western bay of Lake Ontario, situated in the
heart of that wonderful garden, the Niagara
fruit belt, and with its background of green
mountain, is Hamilton. McMaster University
is outstanding amongst its excellent educational
institutions.
Here, again, the shopper, the sightseer and
the sportsman will find his every wish gratified.
At Hamilton Beach aquatic sports of every
variety flourish, and several fine golf courses
are within easy reach of the city. Or, if
you are historically minded, Stoney Creek
Battlefield is worthy of a visit.
NIAGARA FALLS
If you would see the great cataract at Niagara,
take the Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Railway
through the beauteous Niagara peninsula.
And if you have the rare fortune to pass through
its endless reaches of orchards at blossom time
a vista of overwhelming loveliness awaits you—
mile after mile of pink and white fairyland.
Peaches, plums, cherries, apples, pears and
small fruits are at their very best in this famous
fruit garden. The Falls itself! Mere words
can never describe the majesty of that terrific
sweep of water that thunders down from Lake
Erie and roars along the Great Gorge.
OTTAWA
Ottawa, the capital of the Dominion of
Canada, is easily accessible by Canadian Pacific
main lines from Montreal or Toronto. And
here an entirely different spectacle may attend
you. The opening of the Federal Parliament
is a glittering function, carried out with all the
pomp and circumstance of Westminster on a
smaller scale.
Majestically enthroned upon a high bluff
looking across the Ottawa River to the Lauren-
tian Mountains, the stately Gothic buildings
of the Houses of Parliament are a worthy setting
PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS, OTTAWA   c) D.T.C.
for Canadian Government. And out of them
rises, to an incredible height, the beautiful
Peace Tower, containing the world's largest
carillon.
In Ottawa is situated Rideau Hall, the official
residence of the Governor-General. It is the
centre of the city's brilliant social life. Other
points of interest are infinite: The Senate
Chamber, the House of Commons, the War
Memorial Chapel, the Royal Mint, the enormous pulp and paper industries in Lower Town.
Miles upon miles of beautiful driveways and
parks abound. While to the north of the city
are the excellent Pontiac and Gatineau fishing
districts.
NIAGARA FALLS
3 MUSKOKA • SEVERN   RIVER
From golf in spotless linens on the beautiful
course of the fashionable Royal Muskoka Hotel
to sleeping under the stars on a bed of moss,
dreaming of to-morrow's battle with a four-
pound bass, is a far cry. Yet it is all here in
Muskoka.
Here, incidentally, the hay-fever victim may
breathe freely. For the cool, invigorating, pine-
scented breezes of Muskoka offer him immunity
in his dread season.
Four hours from Toronto by Canadian
Pacific to Bala and this magic country is at
your feet. Bala, itself a delightful resort with
a recently constructed 9-hole golf course, is
situated on the western shore of Lake Muskoka
at the mouth of the Muskoka River, and is a
convenient outfitting post for the angler and
camper. Or you can step out of your train
onto the wharf where a comfortable steamer
of the Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. waits
to ferry you over the twenty-one mile expanse
of Lake Muskoka and beyond.
If you are going to Bracebridge or on into
Lakes Rosseau and Joseph you will change
steamers at Beaumaris.
Port Sandfield stands at the junction of Lakes
Rosseau and Joseph. The latter, a yachtsman's
paradise, is famed for its eighteen miles of clear
open reaches. But there are many calm stretches
of water in lee of the islands. At the northern
extremity of Little Lake St. Joseph, Muskoka
Natural Park, a beautiful sloping woodland
and plateau, is a favourite picnic resort.
There need be no jaded moments in the
Muskoka Lakes, what with bathing, sailing,
canoeing, motor-boating, tennis, steamer
excursions, and dancing in fine pavilions to
excellent music. Of golf, there are seven courses
in play: Beaumaris, Rosseau and Windermere
consisting of 18 holes; and Royal Muskoka,
Elgin House, Monteith House and Judhaven
of 9 holes. The fishing in the lakes shows
yearly improvement owing to successful efforts
at re-stocking.
One hundred miles in a single day is the
lovely cruise now available on the spacious
steamers of the Muskoka Lakes Navigation
Co. Lakes Rosseau and Joseph, Mirror Lake
and Muskoka National Park are visited.
INTELLECTUAL
The Muskoka Assembly, a unique holiday
resort is situated in a beautiful natural park,
on Tobin's Island with three miles of waterfront. This summer centre of Canadian Chautauqua offers a programme of lectures, music
and dramatics that is an annual delight to people
of culture from all over the continent, including
many well-known Canadian poets and authors.
Recreational facilities and accommodation are
comparable with the best in the Muskoka
region. Apply to Canadian Chautauqua Limited,
Muskoka Assembly P.O., Ont.
The "Mus/(oJ(<i Ld^es" folder contains a com'
prehensive map of the entire region as well as
much fuller information. Apply to any Canadian
Pacific agent.
THE SEVERN RIVER
One hundred and eight miles north of Toronto
by Canadian Pacific lies Severn Falls Station,
the gateway to the Severn River, that haven of
incomparable bass and pickerel fishing. Lost
Channel in the Severn is a favourite haunt of
the exacting angler. And by canoe or launch
to Gloucester Pool and the Lower Georgian
Bay resorts is a picturesque fishing trip of
excellent yield.
The Severn Grotto (Mr. A. J. McAlpine)
has good accommodation, with skiffs, canoes
and launches for hire. Tennis courts, bowling
and a dancing pavilion are among its many
attractions.
Another hotel, prettily situated up river
about a mile from the station is Hotel Waubic.
Information regarding cottages, land boats,
free camping sites, etc., may be obtained from
Mr. Walter Dean, Severn Falls, Ontario.
Severn Lodge, one of the most attractive
and well-equipped camps on the Severn, is
situated at Lynch's Portage in the heart of the
best fishing in the district. Apply Severn
Lodge, Port Severn, Ont., for further details
and booklet.
As to golf, associate membership is available
to the visitor in the Severn Falls Golf and Outing
Club at a small fee.
For detailed information regarding the Severn
district apply to the Chamber of Commerce,
Severn Falls, Ont. or the Trent Waterway
Association, Peterboro, Ont. RESORTS  '"ONTARI   O
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5 KAWARTHA- ORI LLIA
"Bright waters and happy lands." All that
significant meaning have the Indians packed
into their word "Kawartha". The very names
of the lakes are music in the ears of holiday-
seekers—Rice, Katchewanookna, Clear, Stony,
Lovesick! Deer Bay, Chemong, Buckhorn,
Sandy, Bald, Pigeon, Balsam, Cameron, Sturgeon,
Scugog—a chain of lakes 150 miles in length.
It is possible, in fact, to traverse the province
from Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay by means
of these beautiful waterways. Bobcaygeon is
the heart of this region.
PETERBORO
Peterboro, the eastern gateway to the
Kawartha chain, is on the main line of the
Canadian Pacific from Toronto to Montreal.
It boasts the highest hydraulic lift lock of its
type in the world and has a picturesque 18
hole golf course, excellent hotels, and outfitters
whose wares will delight the most meticulous
sportsman.
From June 23rd till September 9th, a motor
bus service operates from the Canadian Pacific
station to Lakefieid and McCracken's Landing,
connecting at the latter point with rapid launch
service   to   Kawartha   Park,   Burleigh   Falls,
Juniper Island, Mount Julian,
Viamede, Glenwood and Crow's
Landing, all notable resorts with
good accommodation on Clear and
Stony Lakes.
Clear Lake boasts a very popular
resort, with a splendid hotel, at
South Beach near Young's Point.
And Kawartha Park is the Lake's
largest cottage settlement. Shallow
sandy beaches make the bathing
extremely safe.
Black bass and 'lunge provide
good sport around the Stony Lake
resorts.
On Lovesick Lake, not far from
Stony Lake, is situated the Burleigh
Falls Fishing Club Inc. open to the
public. It is of the "bungalow-central-
clubhouse" plan and its site was
selected by American sportsmen for
its excellent bass and 'lunge fishing.
Guides and boats are available at
the usual rates.
About twelve miles by good
highway below Peterboro lies Rice
Lake whose immense beds of wild
rice make for excellent duck shooting.
Lunge and bass are also plentiful
here.
Chemong Lake, a popular resort
north of Peterboro is reached by six
miles of good motor road.
The Chamber of Commerce of
the Trent Waterway Association at
Peterboro, Ont. will furnish detailed information regarding the Kawartha region.
A special folder, "Kawartha La\es" with
a large map will he supplied on request by any
Canadian Pacific agent.
ORILLIA
Two large lakes make Orillia an ideal centre
for summer holidays. Lakes Couchiching and
Simcoe offer in all more than 40 miles of inland
waters that abound in every possible summer
activity. Pickerel, bass, and 'lunge keep the
angler's hands full. Apply to the Secretary of
the Board of Trade, Orillia, Ont. for further
information.
TWEED AND THE TRENT
On the main line of the Canadian Pacific
between Montreal and Toronto via Peterboro
lie Havelock and Tweed where some of the
finest 'lunge, bass, and pickerel fishing obtain,
as well as good duck shooting. Write the Secretary of the Board of Trade, Tweed, Ont., or
the Trent River Game and Fisheries Protective
Association at Havelock. EASTERN     ONTARIO
That delightful country of lakes adjacent to
the Rideau Canal has become familiarly known
as the Rideau Lakes. While the canal lies
through river, lake and lock from Ottawa to
Kingston, most of these lovely waterways lie
within a triangle, the base of which is a line
drawn from Sharbot Lake through Perth to
Smith's Falls, the point of the triangle resting
on Kingston.
SMITHS FALLS
Smiths Falls, is 210 miles east of Toronto.
From the town good roads lead in every direction, while twice a week a comfortable little
steamer calls, and, after following the Rideau
River for ten miles or so enters Lake Rideau.
This is a beautiful stretch of water more than
twenty miles long with many deeply wooded
islands. On its shores are Rideau Ferry and
Portland, with hotels, boarding-houses and
many summer cottages. Farther on beyond
Upper Rideau and Newboro, Chaffey's Locks
is becoming a popular resort. In Rideau and
the surrounding lakes salmon trout, pike and
black bass are plentiful. Information regarding
fishing or accommodation in and around Smiths
Falls may be obtained by applying to the Smiths
Falls Board of Trade.
PERTH
Perth is a pretty little town whose churches,
public buildings and beautiful homes are
built of native pink-tinted Perth stone. It
boasts a very sporty 9 hole golf course built
over the River Tay.
Many lakes may be reached from Perth.
Northwest are Dalhousie and Bennett Lakes,
both with bass and pickerel. Otty, Black
and Pike Lakes to the south offer the same
variety while Silver Lake to the west harbours
salmon trout. Christie Lake to the southwest,
containing thirty-seven lovely little islands, is
becoming a popular summer resort with hotels
and cottages on its shores. Enquiries for information should be addressed to the Board of
Trade, Perth, Ont.
SHARBOT LAKE
In Sharbot Lake and its companions—Clear
and White—bass, pike, pickerel and salmon
trout are plentiful. To the north are the famous
fishing waters of Cross Lake and to the south
Crow and Bob's, equally popular with hunter
and angler. Near the station at Sharbot Lake
there is a commercial hotel, while at the upper
end of the village is a comfortable inn.
KINGSTON
Kingston, that fine old city of grey stone,
has long been known as the Limestone City.
Here are the beautiful stone buildings of
Queen's University and the Royal Military
College.
The Chamber of Commerce is prepared to
give all information regarding Kingston and
the surrounding lakes as holiday resorts, particularly referring to accommodation, fishing,
and hunting in the Rideau Lake district which
is unsurpassed for bass, pike and pickerel.
BROCKVILLE
Where the first of those remarkable "Thou
sand Islands" thrusts its granite nose above the
River St. Lawrence, lies Brockville. This city
of beautiful homes has a pleasant social life, a
famous rowing club, tennis and golf clubs, the
latter offering the usual courtesies to accredited
members of other clubs.
Luxuriously appointed motorboats, capable
of a speed of 18 knots, offer 4-hour cruises
through the Thousand Islands, the route lying
through the Canadian Islands and the American
Channel to Alexandria Bay.
Fishing in this part of the St. Lawrence is
especially good, a maskinonge weighing 45
pounds having been taken in 1928. Northwest
of Brockville, Charleston Lake offers bass, pike
and pickerel and on its shores are a summer
hotel and many cottages. The Chamber of
Commerce in the City Hall, Brockville, will
furnish complete information regarding accommodation, fishing and hunting. LAKE   ONTARIO   SHORE
One hundred and eighty miles of inland
seashore. That is Lake Ontario's gift to the
holiday maker, equally alluring as an escape
to secluded farm house and cottage, or the
more hilarious fun making in gay summer
colonies and hotels.
The agricultural districts along the shores
of the lake are unsurpassed, and fine old stone
houses set in lovely orchards are proof of these
prosperous communities. The gently undulating
landscape, the far horizon of the lake, and the
murmur of the surf are your assurance of a
restful holiday.
PORT HOPE
Port Hope is a lovely little town picturesquely
situated where the Ganaska River flows into
Lake Ontario. Within the town are fine bathing
beaches, and in a lovely pine grove, camping
quarters have been set aside for tourists. Overlooking the lake is a very sporty 9-hole golf
course, set on hill and ravine, all the hazards
cleverly designed by nature itself. And it is
but ten miles to Bewdley on Rice Lake, that
popular resort of the Kawartha group. (See
page 6).
COBOURG
Cobourg has been popular as a holiday resort
for many years. Beautiful summer villas are
set on the lake in magnificent grounds, among
great locust and chestnut trees. The transient
summer visitor may find accommodation in the
one summer and three commercial hotels, and
in boarding houses, or in the cottages of nearby
colonies on Rice Lake. Of these Gore's Landing
and Harwood are quite popular.
Besides bowling greens and tennis courts,
Cobourg has a pretty 9-hole golf course, at
which playing privileges may be obtained.
For information regarding hotel accommodation, application should be made to the Secretary
of the Board of Trade.
BRIGHTON
Brighton is a pretty little rural town two
miles from the shore of Lake Ontario, with an
excellent hotel. This town and the farming
district around is becoming increasingly popular
for the quiet holiday; although Presqu'Isle
Point, six and a half miles away leaves nothing
to be desired for recreation in the more elaborate
manner.
The Point lies like a finger five miles long
stretching into Lake Ontario, with the lake
pounding on one side, and (half a mile across)
Presqu'Isle Bay quietly shining on the other.
On the Bay is a row of cottages for rent, a
summer hotel, a dancing pavilion and tennis
courts. And among the sands over a natural
course, lies the Presqu'Isle Golf links.
TRENTON
Where the waters of the Trent River, flowing
out of the Kawartha Lakes, empty into the
Bay of Quinte, stands Trenton, the starting
point for the cruise through the great Trent
Waterway to Georgian Bay. Here are attractive
hotels and private boarding houses as well as
plenty of good accommodation on adjacent
farms. There is also a good bathing beach, a
golf course and a camping place set apart for
tourists. The Bay provides bass, 'lunge, and
other varieties of game fish. Write to
the Trent Waterway Association,
Peterboro, Ont. for full information.
BELLEVILLE
Belleville is a particularly lovely
residential city, situated where the
dark waters of the Moira flow into
the Bay of Quinte, which has long
been noted as a centre of yachting,
the International Yacht Races being
held therein. The city offers unlimited
opportunities for all aquatic sports
and it has two golf courses and
tourist camps. Around the Bay are
scattered many cottages for rent,
while boarding houses are to be
found both in the city and surrounding country—a cheerful farming
district. The Chamber of Commerce
at Belleville will answer all enquiries
as to tourist accommodation in the
city and district. RESORTS  '"ONTARI   O LAKE   ERIE-LAKE   HURON
Two of the most popular resorts on Lake
Erie—Port Dover and Port Stanley—might
have been transported by magic carpet from
the Atlantic seaboard what with their piers
and vast sandy beaches.
And at Port Dover this illusion is greatly
enhanced when the fishing fleet arrives in
summer, attended by huge flights of wheeling
gulls. You may reach this thriving commercial
town by electric railway from Gait. Fishing,
tennis, excellent dancing and golf at the Simcoe
Golf Club seven miles away. Four hotels, several
boarding houses, and numerous summer cottages
provide ample accommodation. Full information
may be secured from the Secretary of the Board
of Trade, Port Dover, Ont.
Port Stanley has two approaches: by electric
railway from London or daily steamer service
from Cleveland. A board walk, miniature golf
club, dancing pavilion, bathing houses, cottages
and a road all find room on the beach at one
point between the lake and the great bluffs.
Horseback riding, an eighteen-hole golf course
and good fishing are among the many attractions
of this well-known resort.
PRESTON
Preston is situated in the centre of a very
prosperous rural district, three miles north of
Gait.
Its fame, however, lies in its springs of mineral
water, which are of the sulphated-sulphuretted-
alkaline-saline type, and in many respects
resemble the famous hot springs of Teplitz; in
Austria.
The Waterloo Country Club is only a mile
away   and   horseback  riding  and   tennis   are
immediately at hand. Puslinch Lake,
a lovely spot for bathing is also
within easy reach. In Preston there
are three large hotels and many
boarding houses, while on Puslinch
Lake are a summer hotel and cottages
to rent for varying periods. The
lake offers good fishing for bass and
perch.
The Secretary of the Board of
Trade will answer all enquiries as
to accommodation in Preston and
the surrounding district.
GODERICH
Goderich, on the east shore of
Lake Huron, is reached by Canadian
Pacific from Hamilton and Toronto.
The town, built on the terraced
bluffs overlooking the broad expanse
of Lake Huron, has long been famous
for its mineral water.
In the town are splendid
beaches, and two and a half miles
away, where the Maitland River
wends its way among great bluffs to Lake
Huron, is Menesetung Park with attractive
cottages, a summer hotel and picnic grounds.
For the fisherman the lake contains lake trout,
perch, bass and some sturgeon.
OWEN SOUND
Owen Sound with its four miles of natural
harbour, and situation at the southern corner
of Georgian Bay, is a city of commercial importance. It is one of the terminal ports of the
Canadian Pacific Great Lakes Steamships and
its docks are always thronged with pleasure
boats as well as these immense vessels of commerce.
The Harrison Park fish hatcheries keep the
Sydenham River (which flows through the
city) well-stocked with speckled trout for four
miles up to Inglis Falls. Of the two golf clubs
in the city, one is especially devoted to cottagers, campers and summer residents from out
of town.
Owen Sound is the key to the Bruce Peninsula
that remarkable paradise for fisherman and
hunter. Seventy-five miles of lakestrewn woodlands where game and fish abound. Off the beaten track, this country affords generous catches
of trout, perch, pike, pickerel, bass and 'lunge.
An enquiry to the Secretary of the Board of
Trade, Owen Sound, Ont., will bring full
information as to accommodation and game
in the district nearby.
MIDLAND
One of the most intriguing cruises imaginable is that offered by the steamer "Midland
10 CEORCIAN      BAY
City" through the beautiful Thirty Thousand
Islands in Georgian Bay. The steamer makes a
round trip from Midland to Parry Sound.
Midland is an important commercial and
navigation centre, and is attractive to the
holiday-maker as a headquarters for the fishing
nearby.
PARRY SOUND
One hundred and fifty-four miles north of
Toronto, on the Canadian Pacific is the town
of Parry Sound perched on high rocky promontories overlooking the Thirty Thousand
Islands of Georgian Bay whose rock ledges yield
a harvest of small mouth black bass, lake
trout, 'lunge and pickerel to the angler.
There is a nine-hole golf course on the edge
of Portage Lake.
Many interesting trips may be taken by
launch, steamer, or canoe through the endless
maze of islands.
It is but a short run to the popular hotel at
Pleasant Point; or perhaps you prefer a cottage
a little farther afield. Then Sans Souci, Copperhead, Go Home Bay, Whalen's, Minnicog or
Honey Harbour may interest you.
CRANE LAKE
One of the most beautiful of the adjacent
lakes is Crane, famous for its 'lunge—55 miles
of intriguing bays and inlets that are inhabited
by the "tiger." Near Crane are other lakes
offering bass, and pickerel. Arrangements must
be made in advance with the hotel proprietor at
the lake to meet trains at Black Road station
nine miles south of Parry Sound.
OTTER LAKE
Or, seven miles to the east of Parry
Sound lies Otter Lake where salmon trout as
well as bass and
pickerel are plentiful.
Motors from the hotel
will meet visitors by
appointment at Dock-
mere Station.
MILL LAKE
A mile and a half
north of Parry Sound
lies Mill Lake on
whose forested shores
deer are plentiful.
Bass, pickerel, pike
and an occasional
musky are its yield to
the angler, and the accommodation is good.
Apply to the Parry
Sound Board of Trade
for further particulars.
MAGNETAWAN RIVER
i Almost due east from Georgian Bay, 25
miles south of French River, lies the Magnetawan River, a sporting challenge par excellence
to the real fisherman. Indian guides are procurable, and camp outfits and canoes may be
obtained from Graves, Bigwood and Co. at
Byng Inlet which is the gateway to this entrancing region. Located on the Toronto-
Sudbury line of the Canadian Pacific, Byng
Inlet offers hotel and boarding house accommodation of modest character and similar
lodging may be obtained at Ahmic, Cecebe
Lake and Magnetawan, all situated along the
famous river.
KA-WIG-A-MOG
Ka-Wig-A-Mog Lodge is a newly developed
fishing and hunting camp centrally situated in
the wild and beautiful Ka-Wig-A-Mog Lake
region. This 30-mile lake system lies between
the Magnetawan and French River; and
Pakesley, 206 miles north of Toronto is the entry
station. Thence guests are transported over a
lumber company's spur (The Key Valley
Ry.) for ten miles to Lost Channel where they
embark for the five-mile ride up the lake to the
Lodge by launch. The Lodge and its Outpost
Cabin locations are famous for remarkable bass
fishing; although pickerel, 'lunge and salmon
trout are plentiful; and in more distant waters,
square-tailed trout. The record of the Lodge
for deer and bear is phenomenal; and each
October a party is organized for a trip to the
moose country farther north. These trips are
reasonable as to expense and always very
successful.
Reservations should be made at least two
weeks in advance by application to Mr. C. C.
Courtney, who will supply a special map.
Address: Pakesley, Ont.
CABIN OF KA-WIG-A-MOG LODGE
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FRENCH RIVER
CAMP (Left)
NIPIGON RIVER
CAMP (Right)
FRENCH RIVER
GOLF COURSE (Left)
FISHING AT
KENORA (Right)
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NIPIGON
LANDING
STAGE (Left)
DEVIL'S GAP
CAMP (Right)
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13 POINTE     AU     BARIL
A lighthouse stands on the end of the peninsula that is Pointe au Baril, like a sentinel
guarding the sun-splashed happy islands that
stretch for miles to the north and the south.
Seldom have bass, 'lunge, pickerel, and wall-eyed
pike persisted so tenaciously in such close
proximity to fine hotels and well-populated
islands. Moreover, the clear cold waters keep
them as 'gamey' as could possibly be desired.
And this excellent fishing is to be had with all
the delights of the summer colony and the
comforts of home.
Not, of course, that Pointe au Baril is necessarily "down-cushioned". There is adventure to
every taste. Infinite are the sequestered canoe
trips through the thousands of beautiful island
channels with new and delightful camping spots
each evening. Or you may enjoy the excitement
of deep-water trolling along the reefs in the
- open bay.
Abundant wild life is to be found in and
about Pointe au Baril. The whirring partridge,
leaping deer or inquisitive porcupine are
commonplace sights; while in autumn, black
ducks in great flights make the rice-filled bays
an assembly point during the southward
migration.
One of the Point's chief attractions is its
climate. Here you breathe deeply and gratefully
of the invigorating breezes that sweep down
the vast expanse of Georgian Bay catching the
incense of pine from the islands as well as the
clean warmth of sun-heated granite—joyful
relief for the hay-fever victim. Of course, in
the lee of the islands, the water is pleasantly
warm for bathing; and there are many bays
in this rocky region with splendid sandy
beaches.
Boats of all types and guides
are available at the usual rates
and the hotel accommodation is
first-class. The latter include the
Ojibway located on a forty-two
acre pine-covered island, and
the Skerryvore, on two hundred
acres of well-wooded mainland
adjoining the famous fishing
waters of Maskinonge Bay. In
Pointe au Baril village, at the
head of the channel is the New
Bellevue House, smaller, but with
all modern conveniences.
Both the Ojibway and Skerryvore    have    secluded    cottages
where   guests   may   have   the
privacy   of   their   own   living-
quarters,    enjoying    the    hotel
dining-room and privileges. The
H        Ojibway   has   tennis   courts,   a
^5":        putting   green,   bathing   beach,
#?%t        and gift shop, while the Skerryvore has a baseball field, a beautiful stretch of sandy shore, badminton court and verandah games. Dancing is
provided  regularly at both hotels  during  the
season.
TO BYNG INLET
A fascinating trip may be arranged—with
an experienced guide of course—through the
country back of Pointe au Baril, which abounds
in every kind of wild life and furnishes fishing
which cannot be excelled. This trip is up the
Shawanaga River through Five Mile, Black
Oak, Partridge, Trout, (where fish are always
hungry), Ox, Big Wilson, Little Wilson and Six
Mile Lakes, where Naiscoot Station is reached.
Continuing through Cranberry, Twin, One
Tree, Unknown, Clear, Deep Bay and Miners
lakes, and down the Magnetawan River one
arrives out at Byng Inlet. A feature of this
trip is the few simple portages encountered.
A map and further information regarding this
trip can be secured from the General Tourist
Agent, Canadian Pacific, Montreal.
Pointe au Baril is very accessible by direct
routes, lying 180 miles north of Toronto. On
week days during the summer months, special
sleeping car service is maintained between
Toronto and the Point, leaving the former in
the evening and reaching the latter early next
morning. Here the "sleeper" is set aside so that
you may rise at a reasonable hour and if necessary catch the first boat to the islands. Intending
visitors should, however, consult a Canadian
Pacific Agent for full particulars; and, more
important, should secure a copy of the "Pointe
au Baril" folder which contains a comprehensive
map of the region together with somewhat fuller
information.
14 FRENCH RIVER BUNGALOW CAMP
The sixty miles of lakes and rivers
connecting Georgian Bay with Lake
Nipissing constitute some of the
finest fishing grounds in America.
And by reason of the existence of
that delightful resort, The French
River Bungalow Camp, ideal accommodation is available to both men
and women seeking relaxation and
healthy sport in this unspoiled
northwoods.
A cosy central clubhouse for
dining and recreation purposes is
surrounded by double and single
bungalows. All buildings are of
substantial timber construction, and
are well screened. Modern conveniences even to shower baths have
been provided. And the capacity of
the camp has recently been increased
to cater for 125 persons. Rates: $6.00
per day, $38.50 per week, American
plan.
The camp is open from June 15th to October
1st, during which time reservations should be
made by application to the Manager, Asinka,
Ont., or, before the opening date, to the Canadian Pacific Hotel Dept., Montreal, P.Q.
Golf has by no means been forgotten in this
more remote resort. Mr. E. F. Seagram of
Waterloo, Ont., extends the courtesy of his own
lovely 9-hole course to guests of the camp at
a nominal fee.
And at the foot of the course lies a fine
sandy beach for bathing. The Camp maintains
a good clay court for tennis enthusiasts; while
for variety, informal dances are frequent in
the clubhouse.
There need be no dearth of excitement for
even the most hard-bitten angler in this district.
For the waters contain small and large mouth
bass and monster 'lunge in plenty.
PINE RAPIDS CAMP
At a point where very fine fishing obtains, an
outlying camp has been established. Pine
Rapids Camp, as it is called, consists of a dining-
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room, a small bungalow, and several specially
designed canvas houses with board floors, offering accommodation for 23 persons. This camp is
beautifully situated at the head of Eighteen Mile
Island in the heart of one of the best bass and
'lunge districts.
The best of all trips, perhaps, is to Lake
Nipissing across which you may reach North
Bay and Sturgeon Falls. This long jaunt presents no difficult portages after Five Mile Rapids
have been passed. A side trip along the route, up
the Wolseley River to Trout Lake, will reward
the fisherman with salmon trout, 'lunge and bass,
the latter being exceptionally good. Trout Lake
Camp, and Edna Mayer's Summer Resort and
Hunting Camp offer good accommodation.
Address Mr. Mayer of Trout Lake Camp or
Miss Mayer, at Noelville P.O., Ont.
From the French River Bungalow Camp,
Pickerel River is readily accessible around
Cantin's Island. Paralleling the French River,
it is the avenue to 4,000 square miles of similar
country to the south, drained by the Magnetawan River.
Fast trains operate between
French River and Toronto
well timed for connections
from New York, Buffalo,
Pittsburg and Cleveland.
A separate booklet, "French
River Bungalow Camp", giving much fuller information
about this delightful resort,
and containing a large map of
the region, has been issued by
the Canadian Pacific, and may
be obtained from all agencies.
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CABIN OF MEMQUISIT LODGE, STURGEON FALLS
CAMPS
Memquisit Lodge, one of
the most popular on the
western arm of the lake, offers
charming little bungalows,
built of pine logs, cosy and
well-furnished. Three miles
farther on, Samoset Camp
offers similar accommodation
to a limited number of guests.
Splendid fishing is to be
had at both of these camps for
bass, pike, pickerel and mask-
inonge; and in the autumn,
| deer, moose and duck lure
the sportsman to the adjacent
hunting grounds. Guides are
available at any of the camps
on the lake or at North Bay
and Sturgeon Falls.
North Bay, on Lake Nipissing, is in the centre
of that unrivalled sporting country of pine, rock
and clear cold water that comprises the district
around the lake. With a population of 15,000
people, it has a splendid harbor, and miles of
sandy beach fringing the lake, from which the
streets of the city extend towards the hills
behind. A modern city in every way, with
excellent hotel accommodation and many stores
where all equipment may be obtained before
starting out into the North Country, North
Bay itself offers many opportunities to the
summer vacationist; outside the city are rows of
summer cottages—on sandy beaches, well
wooded with cedar, birch and poplar—which
may be rented for short or long periods. On the
lake, too, is a well-equipped tourist camp. The
North Bay Golf Club offers the usual hospitality
to accredited members of other clubs, while well-
paved highways and white cross-country roads
tempt the hiker and picnicker.
There are plenty of 'lunge in the lake, whereas
in the channels among its islands, bass abound.
And many are the excellent fishing trips to be
made from this point, most famous among which
is the old Champlain Trail, the route which the
great explorer followed nearly 300 years ago
when he crossed from the Ottawa River to
Georgian Bay. Since North Bay lies in the centre
of this route, you may follow it east through lake
and river to the Ottawa, or west via the French
River to Georgian Bay.
Daily excursion boats thread their way
through Lake Nipissing's myriad islands calling
;n at many of them as well as at most of the good
camping sites.
STURGEON FALLS
Sturgeon Falls and Rutter are important
towns on Lake Nipissing and may be used as
detraining points for the resorts on the lake.
A novel expedition is offered by Kervin Bros,
of Sturgeon Falls: comfortable houseboats accommodating large or small parties are towed to the
fishing grounds among the islands of Lake
Nipissing.
Pedneault's Camp, on a large island in the
west arm of the lake may be reached by motor
car from North Bay. This camp has a central
dining-room and sleeping camps in a deeply
wooded spot. Farther on, in a more remote
section, at the confluence of the many channels
of the French River, which drains Lake Nipissing, is Tomahawk Lodge, with central dining
cabins and sleeping tents. The Lodge is reached
by boat from Sturgeon Falls.
Information regarding the camps farther afield
on Lake Nipissing may be obtained from the
Board of Trade at North Bay or Sturgeon Falls.
TROUT LAKE
Three miles above North Bay lies Trout Lake,
a beautiful body of water, twelve miles long and
from two to four miles wide, with picturesque
islands dotting its clear expanse; and with a
shore line of birch so deep and extensive that it
is a fairyland of loveliness. A road leads round
the lake through this ethereal forest, where mile
after mile of pretty cottages extend.
Six miles across the lake, reached by motor
boat, is Camp Champlain, with central dining-
room and separate cabins. Here, also, are
"batch-it" cabins, equipped for cooking and
independent service. Guides, canoes, tents and
all supplies may be obtained from the owner of
the camp, Mr. M. E. L. Hughes, Trout Mills,
Ont. Trout Lake is a part of the Champlain
Canoe Trail so that motorboats or canoes have
access to the Ottawa River or Georgian Bay.
While fishing in Trout Lake is mostly for bass,
wall-eyed and great northern pike are to be
found, and good trout territory may be reached
with a guide in one day's canoe trip.
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17 TEMAGAMI • LAKE PENAGE
BAY OF ISLANDS, ALGOMA
The Temagami Forest Reserve, that unalloyed
joy of hunter and angler, covers 3,750,000 acres
of forest lakeland. It is so utterly virginal that
the prospecting sportsman is playing a "sure bet"
when choosing this region for his holiday. For
its waters are alive with fish, game to the last
flip of the tail, yet too far removed from civilisation to be bait-shy. The principal lake, Temagami, covers 100 square miles and in its nine long
arms, that span the Reserve, are more than 1,600
lovely pine-clad islands. This alluring spot for
summer outing or fall hunting excursion is reached by Canadian Pacific to North Bay, thence by
Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway.
With its great tentacles reaching for you into
the heart of some of the best fishing and hunting
country in the North, Lake Temagami offers an
endless variety of sporting trips. And there are
many hotels, boarding houses and camps available with excellent beaches. Desirable camp and
cottage sites on mainland or island are available;
and with freight and passenger launch service
operating from the station, they are readily
accessible. Complete equipment and guides are
obtainable from the Temagami Fur Co., the
Ronoco Hotel and H. S. Lloyd, at Temagami
Station; or at the Hudson's Bay Post on Bear
Island. A new fishing camp, Red Gods Lodge,
has been opened in a hitherto unexploited region
close to the eastern border of the Temagami
Forest Reserve. For full information application
should be made to R. R. Hennesy, Red Gods
Lodge, Temagami.
LAKE PENAGE
In the heart of that rocky mineral country,
about twenty miles north of Lake Huron, lies
Lake Penage, another haven for the lover of
rugged grandeur and sport par excellence. The
Red Man called it "Crooked Water" for its
innumerable peninsulas and the five hundred
islands that make it such a labyrinth. It is not
even yet completely charted, and many of the
hundred-odd lakes that lie around it have not
been visited for years.
Sudbury and Whitefish on the Canadian
Pacific or West River and Willisville on the
Algoma Eastern are the chief gateways to the
region, although Whitefish
is the most popular. Here
equipment may be obtained,
and the five-mile drive to
Vermilion River arranged
for, beyond which a lumber
road leads four miles farther
to Lake Penage. Or you may
outfit at Sudbury where
guides and all necessities
are procurable from the Sudbury Boat and Canoe Co.
Seven miles by motor road
from Sudbury lies Long Lake
whence   by   canoe   through
stream and lake, Lake Penage is reached where
wall-eyes and sporting bass abound.
There are a few comfortable camps on Lake
Penage, notable among which are Mountain
Cove Camp (J. H. Noble, Espanola, Ont.) or
Sheehan's Camp (G. E. Brown) and Bonnie view
(H. G. Hutchinson). Address the two last-
named at Whitefish (Soo Line), Ont.
Any number of canoe trips may be made from
Lake Penage. Of these, a seventy mile cruise to
Willisville on the Algoma Eastern is the most
accessible. The portages are infrequent and not
too difficult.
TYSON LAKE
Curiously shaped like a letter 'H', Lake Tyson
is one of the most popular of the Penage group.
In the cross channel are over one hundred islands
each an ideal camping site, with bass, lake trout
and pike most plentiful. Tyson is but a day's
trip from any camp on Lake Penage.
FOX LAKE
Or take the Algoma Eastern from Sudbury to
the stations of Fox Lake, West River and Willisville, any one of which are ports of entry to the
Fox Lake district, famous for its fish and game.
The well equipped sportsman who has made
previous arrangements will find accommodation
in camps on the magnificent chain of lakes
leading to Penage.
BAY OF ISLANDS
Another angler's paradise, the Bay of Islands.
is exactly what its name portends. At
MacGregor Bay and Birch Island motorboats
meet every train; and here in the cool clear
waters of Georgian Bay, any amount of bass and
pickerel are to be found.
LITTLE CURRENT
Little Current, the terminal of the Algoma
Eastern Railway, is the gateway to the Grand
Manitoulin Island, extending over 100 miles in
length, and including in its area one hundred
lakes and a variety of scenery from barren rocks
and virgin forests to cultivated fields. The
waters on Manitoulin abound in fish. Enquiries
for  detailed  information  regarding  camps  at
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MacGregor Bay, Willisville, Whitefish Falls and
Manitoulin Island should be addressed to the
Secretary, Board of Trade, Little Current, Ont.
LA CLOCHE VIEW CAMP
Located on Barren Island, about ten miles from
Little Current, is La Cloche View where a
tourist camp is operated by H. C. Hawkins. The
camp consists of bungalows and tents, with a
central dining-room, and accommodates some
twenty-five guests. Guides, row boats and
motor boats are available. The route is via Little
Current, where guests will be met with a boat.
WEBBWOOD
Webbwood, west of Sudbury on the Soo
Branch, lies in a superb lake district of practically
unfished waters. Cutler Lake, 12 miles south,
abounds in the gamest of fish, the small-mouthed
black bass, while a canoe trip may be taken from
lakes within reach of Webbwood leading into
the Penage district, with every lake and stream
good fishing water. Deer and moose are plentiful
around Webbwood, and there is a well-equipped
hunting and fishing camp situated on the strip of
heavily timbered land that separates Cutler from
Maple Lake.
North of Webbwood is virgin forest with
lakes unreached by motor road. Here lie beautiful hidden waters, the depths teeming with fish,
where a line has probably never been cast.
MANITOU—A CAMP FOR BOYS
Camp Manitou, located on the Bay of Islands
at the foot of the beautiful La Cloche Mountains consists of two divisions—one for boys
10 to 18 years and the other one-quarter of a
mile distant for boys 7 to 10 years. Accommodation is provided for parents visiting
their sons. It is directed by the owner,
Mr. John F. Pruitt, a nationally - known
authority and lecturer on the problems and
development of boys. A doctor and nurse
are in attendance, and a trained counsellor is
allocated to every four
boys. Individual instruction by experts
is given in a wide
variety of athletics as
well as dramatics,
music, woodcraft and
nature study; and
tutoring in any desired
school subject may be
arranged for. Enrolment is limited and
references must accompany each application.
Apply John F. Pruitt,
1001 E.Jefferson Ave.,
Detroit, Mich, for
booklet and further
details.
THE MISSISSAUGA RIVER
This name is magic to sporting writers and
artists for its impressive grandeur, its highly
prised speckled trout as well as its lake trout,
bass, 'lunge and pike.
The astounding variety of beauty in these
waters ranges from the calm lake on whose pine-
clad shores, deer and moose frequently startle
the eyes of the voyageur, to the magnificent
spray-sheeted falls of Aubrey Gorge which are
higher than Niagara. You will revel in the
swift glide down Forty Mile Rapid. Squaw
Chute is passed and then comes the Mississauga
Tunnel where the river in foaming fury churns
its way through a narrow cut walled with solid
rock. Slate Falls is portaged next and the trip is
best terminated by crossing a half mile portage
on the right, 50 yards below. This portage leads
to Big Basswood Lake where a conveyance may
be obtained to transfer outfits to Thessalon.
The trip is usually begun from Biscotasing, 88
miles west of Sudbury on the main line of the
Canadian Pacific. It can be comfortably done
in 14 days; although considerably more time
could be spent exploring the outlying lakes.
Outfits, guides and canoes are procurable from
Pratt and Shannacy, Biscotasing, or J. A. Town,
Thessalon. Much fuller information may be
obtained from the Board of Trade, Thessalon,
Ont. and by application for a special bulletin to
the General Tourist Agent, Canadian Pacific
Railway, Montreal, P.Q.
BASSWOOD LAKE
Basswood Lake, a few miles north of Thessalon, is one of the finest lakes in the district. It is
set between rocky hills, swathed in a rich blanket
of green pine patterned with translucent white
birch. Its waters are particularly deep, clear and
cool, and there are trout and bass galore for the
most ardent fisherman. On the lake is a newly
established camp, well-equipped with cottages,
boats and tennis courts.
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McGregor bay, manitoulin island
DESBARATS
Desbarats is full of Indian lore and legend,
and from Kensington Point, four miles away,
may be seen the island on which Longfellow
lived when he wrote his "Song of Hiawatha."
At this point Lake Huron is dotted with
islands, high and woody. Across the water
lies Campement d'Ours Island, and on it one
straight road leads to the top of a hill, from the
top of which beautiful St. Joseph's Island may
be seen green and inviting on the other side.
' On Kensington Point, Range Lights, and on the
islands are many beautiful homes—for Desbarats has been the summer home of many distinguished people for a number of years.
Fishing near the shore and around the islands
is good, pickerel, herring and pike being caught
by rod and line, while the Indians still capture
the sturgeon as Hiawatha did with net and
spear.
SAULT STE. MARIE
From Sault Ste. Marie innumerable trips may
be taken after the many historical points of
interest in the city have been visited. Silver
Creek, with its beautiful falls, and the Agawa
are never-to-be-forgotten points of beauty,
while many good fishing lakes and rivers may
be reached by train and motor car. By canoe
there are delightful trips through inland lake
and silvered stream, lasting from a few days to
several weeks, with a wide choice of lakes to
choose from famous for bass, pike or trout. In
Sault Ste. Marie all equipment may be obtained
before starting on tour or cruise, and information will be supplied upon application to the
Board of Trade, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
METAGAMA
About seventy miles
west of Sudbury is Meta-
gama, an attractive hunting, fishing and camping
district that is deservedly
popular with lovers of the
outdoors who like to get
away by themselves into
the bush. Mr. M. U.
Bates operates 15 log-
cabin camps in this district. These camps are
unique in that each is
situated off by itself (some
of them several miles from
any other camp). The
camps are situated along
the shores of pretty lakes
and rivers, right in the
haunts of moose and other
big and small game, and
with excellent bathing,
boating, fishing, canoeing,
hiking, etc., right from the
cabin doors. It is a common occurrence for
summer parties to photograph moose within a
few hundred yards of their camp doors. The
moose hunting is good during the fall months.
The camps are equipped complete, with
comfortable spring beds, dishes, excellent cook-
stoves, and everything ready to start housekeeping. Guests may bring their own blankets,
or these can be supplied at a little extra cost.
For those not wishing to do their own "batching" or housekeeping, good camp cooks can be
provided. For those who prefer a winter
outing in the woods, there is fine snowshoeing,
ski-ing, tobogganing, fox and wolf-snaring, etc.
There is some deer hunting, and a good many
black bears are killed by local hunters and trappers during the spring and fall months. Cabins
are different siz;es, accommodating from one to
ten or more persons; summer rates from $1 a day
per person up. For further particulars, apply
to M. U. Bates, Metagama, via Cartier, Ont.
IMPORTANT
In order that you may obtain a fully compre*
hensive idea of the resort you choose for your next
vacation, you are urged to procure the special
boo\let covering that resort, containing a large
map of the region in question. Any Canadian
Pacific Agent will gladly supply the following
publications:
ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES
THE MUSKOKA LAKES
THE KAWARTHA LAKES
POINTE AU BARIL
FRENCH RIVER BUNGALOW CAMP
NIPIGON RIVER BUNGALOW CAMP
DEVIL'S GAP BUNGALOW CAMP,
KENORA
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21 AROUND   LAKE   SUPERIOR
NORTH OF LAKE SUPERIOR
Little known and seldom visited are a
number of streams which find their source at
or near the Height of Land and flow through
densely wooded forests in a primitive country
till they empty into Lake Superior. These
streams present unusually appealing attractions to the sportsman who is willing to go a
little farther afield and forego some of the comforts of a shorter though easier trip.
But the reward is more than worth while.
You travel through practically virgin country,
along streams which have seldom felt the thrust
of a paddle. The fishing is exceptionally good.
Speckled and rainbow trout will supply all the
sport you wish. The district is also well-stocked
with moose, deer and bear, and there is no
reason for anyone leaving without securing a
trophy of the hunt.
Among the many unfrequented spots of this
locality which will delight the outdoor enthusiast are the Montreal River, Missanabie, the
Steel, Prairie, Kama and Cypress Rivers.
THE MONTREAL RIVER
A canoe trip of unusual interest, through
country which has not yet been opened up,
can be made by travelling south from a point
3 miles east of Chapleau through a string of
lakes to the headwaters of the Montreal River,
and down that stream to the Algoma Central
Railway. Chapleau is 430 miles northwest of
Toronto and 609 miles west of Montreal.
Up to the present very few sportsmen have
taken this cruise; but fire rangers, Indians and
others report that the route passes through a
district of impressive
beauty, and that the
waters along the way are
well stocked with big
fish.
While it cannot be
termed an extremely difficult trip, it presents just
the required number of
portages and rapids,
through virtually unknown country, to appeal
to the more adventurous
type of outdoor enthusiast.
There are some 28
portages stretched over a
distance of nearly 100
miles. While     large,
vicious Great Northern
pike predominate in most
of the lakes, lake trout are
also taken.
For further information
apply to A. O. Seymour, General Tourist
Agent, Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal.
MISSANABIE
Missanabie, some 230 miles west of Sudbury
on the Canadian Pacific main line, is the entry-
point to a country of wild and fascinating
beauty, where some splendid canoe cruises
can be made either north or south and capital
trout fishing can be obtained. Amongst these
cruises are: To Lake Superior via Dog Lake—a
trip of over 100 miles and of about a week's
duration, traversing Stoney River, Manitowik
Lake, Pigeon River, White Fish Lake and
Michipicoten River; to James Bay (Moose Factory)—a fine exploration and pleasure trip via
Crooked Lake, Missinaibi Lake, Missinaibi
River and Moose River. The length of this
trip is nearly 400 miles, and it can be covered
in about 14 days. For return trip there are
alternative routes via either the Abitibi and
Frederickhouse rivers, the Moose and Matta-
gama rivers, or the Albany, Kenogami and
Nagagami rivers. Outfitting and guides for
these trips can be arranged for through the
Hudson's Bay Co., Missanabie, Ont.
THE STEEL RIVER
An excellent canoe trip involving about 175
miles of interesting travel can be made by
"going in" at Jackfish (402 miles west of Sudbury) and following a chain of lakes to the
headwaters of the Steel River, and then coming
down this fascinating stream to Lake Superior,
emerging at Jackfish. This trip is described in
detail in a bulletin issued by the General
Tourist Agent, Canadian Pacific Railway,
Montreal, P.Q.
22 NIPIGON RIVER BUNGALOW CAMP
In the heart of the wildest country in all
Canada, no resort renders more completely the
comforts of civilization than Nipigon River
Bungalow Camp situated on Lake Helen, an
expansion of the Nipigon River.
Detraining at Nipigon River Camp Station
(or at the Village in which case you are ferried
across the river) you reach the camp where home
awaits you in one of the delightful bungalows
scattered about the central clubhouse which is
used for meals and recreation. It is emphatically
a family resort and a safe bathing beach adjoins
the camp as well as a good tennis court.
Good fishing for speckled trout and giant
northern pike is assured and many are the
wondrous canoe trips at your door. The Nipigon
River which is forty miles long, drains Lake
Nipigon and is itself one of the most memorable
of cruises for its scenery and excellent sport.
Much shorter trips are available, of course, one
to Lake Polly for pike and pickerel; another to
Camp Alexander 12 miles up the Nipigon along
whose route, in the swiftest reaches, trout are
found. Or perhaps you would go down river to
Nipigon Bay on Lake Superior. On the west
side of the bay, the rock faces of Red Rock
Mountain are inscribed with curious Indian
paintings, the historical records of the tribes
who travelled this neighbourhood years ago. To
the east of Nipigon Bay lies Jackfish River,
where fair fishing is to be found, and whose
scenery beggars description. The trip is best
made with a tow of canoes to negotiate the sand
bar more easily.
To the south of Nipigon Bay, protecting it
from Lake Superior, is a large island, St. Ignace
by name. It is reached through Nipigon Straits
by the superb new launch, the "Nipigonian".
The Narrows, Squaw Bay, Fingal's Cave, and
Duncan's Cove on the southern shore afford
good "coaster fishing". While a small creek running inland for five miles to a lake about 2 miles
square, presents good fly fishing for speckled
trout. Here one may camp for a day, a week or a
month. Guides are procurable from the neighbouring Indian Reserve, and supplies and outfits
from the Hudson's Bay Co. or Wm. McKirdy
and Sons in Nipigon Village. The camp has
available launches, skiffs, canoes and fishing
equipment. Fishing permits are obtainable at
the camp and since the Nipigon is under the
special protection of the Provincial Government,
a license fee of $10.00 per week is charged to
visitors from outside Ontario.
Reservations should be made to the manager
at the camp between June 15th and Sept. 15th;
or prior to the opening date, to the Hotel Dept.,
Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal, P.Q.
A special bootyet, "J^ipigon River Bungalow
Camp" with map may be obtained from any
Canadian Pacific Agent.
THE TWIN CITIES
"The Twin Cities", Port Arthur and Fort
William, at the head of navigation in Lake
Superior, besides being the dispensaries of the
mammoth western Canada grain crop, are the
portals to a comparatively unexplored territory
of lake, stream, forest and mountain, alive with
fish and game. Good roads radiate in all directions, reaching into the hinterland where
trophies of the chase are varied and plentiful:
trout, moose, red deer, as well as small game
and fur-bearing animals. Duck and partridge
also abound.
Clear days and cool nights prevail in this the
centre of a continent, a safe retreat for the hay-
fever victim. And the "Twins" are headquarters for the tourist seeking the outdoor
Northland features of the Nipigon or Thunder
Bay districts above which are 48,000 square
miles of forested lakeland, an ideal playground
for tourist, fisherman, hunterand health seeker.
CHIPPEWA PARK
A very attractive holiday retreat is this resort
of 300 acres of virgin forest in the Chippewa
Indian Reserve, established by the city of Fort
William. A zoo, dancing pavilion, and tourist
lodge are among its desirable features.
AN INLAND OCEAN VOYAGE
Twice a week Canadian Pacific ships cross
the Great Lakes to Port McNicoll from the
"Twin Cities"; and once a week from Oweh
Sound to the same points. For two days on large
Clyde-built steamers of luxurious appointment,
you may enjoy the incomparable panorama of
beautiful scenery surrounded by the comforts of
an ocean liner. This voyage makes an enjoyable
break in the long trans-continental train journey.
23 DEVILS GAP   BUNGALOW CAMP
Fifteen thousand pine-crested granite islands!
Waters that abound in small mouth black bass,
pickerel and that plucky warrior, the musky!
Such is the gift of the Lake of the Woods which
lies on the Canadian Pacific midway between
Fort William and Winnipeg.
Lake of the Woods' and its tributary, Rainy
River, cover an area of 2,000 square miles, almost
all accessible by launch or steamer and all by
canoe. And despite the wildness of this remarkable country, it may be enjoyed in perfect
comfort with Devil's Gap Bungalow Camp as
headquarters.
Kenora is the railway station situated on the
Canadian Pacific main line by the northern
confines of the lake. Excellent train service both
east and west bound is at your command. And
Winnipeg, a few hours distant, affords frequent
connections with Minneapolis and St. Paul.
KENORA
Kenora is a picturesque modern town which
with the neighbouring town of Keewatin is the
centre for the Lake of the Woods fishing industry; well-known also for its huge flour and
paper mills, launch and boat building, it has
become the jumping off place for prospectors or
canoe trip enthusiasts.
DEVIL'S GAP CAMP
Devil's Gap Bungalow Camp, not far from
the town of Kenora, nestles among the pine and
birch on the crest of a ridge between two bays.
It is essentially a family resort with a central
clubhouse for dining and recreational purposes
grouped about which are the bungalows. The
double bungalows comprise two rooms each
with two beds and the single bungalows contain
one room with two beds. There are all modern
conveniences. The camp is one of the social
centres of the district. First class tennis and
badminton courts are maintained, and, midway
between the camp and Kenora, a good 9 hole
golf course is available. In the wide reaches of
water about the camp, opportunities for aquatic
sports are infinite: sailing, paddling and rowing
right at your door. And swimming, especially
for children, is a feature. The Yacht Club is
always a popular centre on account of its weekly
regattas, because Kenora is well-known among
the sailing and rowing clubs of the district.
Reservations during the season (June 15th-Sept.
15th) should be made to the Manager, Devil's
Gap Bungalow Camp, Kenora, Ont., or, prior to
the opening date, to the Hotel Dept., Canadian
Pacific  Railway,  Winnipeg, Man.
FISHING AND CANOE CRUISES
A large silver trophy, provided by the Canadian Pacific, is competed for annually for the
largest bass caught. The winner's name is engraved on the trophy which remains in the camp,
a suitable personal memento being donated.
Superlatively good musky fishing is to be had
at Labyrinth Bay and Nestor Falls which are
reached by launch. While in more adjacent
waters, lake trout, salmon trout, bass and
pickerel are hungry for your lure.
The multitude of islands in the lake are an
ever-present challenge to the inquisitive lover
of the water trail. In this exquisitely wild
country, these glistening tree-hung avenues
entice you onwards through clear sunny days to
capture that great 'lunge or bass you have dreamed of. Who knows? In those two simple words
are all the fascination, the exciting anticipation
that tugs at the heart of the sportsman and turns
his shining, eager eyes towards The Escape—
the Resorts of Ontario.
A special booklet, "Devil's Gap Bungalow
Camp" containing a large map of the surround'
ing region, is to be had from any Canadian
Pacific Agent. It is worth remembering, in fact,
that in addition to the above, the Canadian
Pacific has published comprehensive individual
booklets under the following titles:—
ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES
THE MUSKOKA LAKES
THE   KAWARTHA LAKES
POINTE AU BARIL
FRENCH RIVER BUNGALOW CAMP
NIPIGON RIVER BUNGALOW CAMP
as well as certain pamphlets on more remote
regions. In justice to yourself you should procure
the one that carries the title of your favourite
resort as it is described in much fuller detail than
in the brief space available in this booklet.
24 Concluded
Rate      Rate Distance
»f      per per from
;s    Day      Week Station
4.50       20.00 up 11 miles
2.00 up 11.00 up 11 miles
3.00       17.00 up 11 miles
3.00       12.00 up 7 miles
2.50       12.00 up 8 miles
LAKE ROSSEAU—Concluded
Town Proprietor or        Plan No. of
Manager Rooms
THOREL HOUSE (Station. Bala)
Thorel House. . . . G. Thorel      AS
WINDERMERE (Station, Bala)
Fife House A. W. Fife  ABS
Ingleside W. W. Brooks... . ABS
King's Park Miss B. E. King..ABCS
Maple Leaf
House I. Hough ... A
Newtonia Inn F. W. Newton. . . ACS
Windermere
House L. Ait ken  ABS
33
28
50
30
20
Rate      Rate
Day
Distance
per from
Week        Station
40        2.50 up 14.00 up   16 miles
3.50 up 20.00 up   15 miles
        10.00 up    16 miles
2.50 up 14.00 up   11 miles
3.00
5.00
16.00 up   16 miles
30.00 up    17 miles
120        5.00 up 30.00 up   26 miles
Apply
2.50
2.00
12.50
12.00 up
12.00
4 miles
6 miles
3 miles
2.50
2.50
15.00
14.00
2 miles
2 Vz miles
4 miles
3.00
j 2.00 up
14 miles
9 miles
3.50 up 15.00 up     5 miles
1U
2.25 up 15.00 up    13 mile
3.50 up 18.00 up     7 miles
3.00 up 21.00 up 8 miles
2.50 14.00 up 7 miles
3.00       17.00 up     7 miles
2.50       15.00 up 18 miles
3.00       18.00 up 17 miles
4.00 up 25.00 up 17 miles
3.00       18.00 up 18 miles
3.00       17.50 17 miles
3.00 up 15.00 up   20 miles
4.00up 18.00 up   15 miles
2.50 up 14.00 up 12 miles
2.50       14.00 up 12 miles
3.00 up 16.00 up 12 miles
2.50       12.00 up 12 mile*
2.00
6 miles
3.00
18.00 up
7 miles
2.00
6 miles
2.50
14.00
10 miles
2.50       12.00 up 26 miles
2.50       15.00 26 miles
3.00       15.00 up 25 miles
Apply   Apply 26 miles
4.00 up 22.00 up 25 miles
4.50 up 28.00 up 26 miles
2.50 up 14.00 up 26 miles
4.00 up 25.00 up     8 miles
9.00 up 49.00 up   18 miles
WOODINGTON (Station, Bala)
Woodington
House. M. Anderson   ABS      62
3.50       18.00 up   20 miles
LAKE JOSEPH
CRAIGIE LEA (Station, Barnesdale)
Cariingford House Capt. F. J. Ames.    AS       20
Ma-Le-Ha-la
Lodge Mrs. C. Campbell     AS 8
ELGIN HOUSE (Station. Bala)
Elgin House L. E. Love ABCS   200
GORDON BAY
Gordon House. . . Mrs. A. J. Clegg..  ABS      25
Island View H. G. Ball ASB      30
HAMILL'S POINT (Station, MacTier)
The Highlands. . . Bremner &
McKeig ABCS     50
LAKE STEWART (Station and P.O., MacTier)
Buckeye Inn H. O. Clinch       AS       14
PINELANDS (Station, Bala)
Belmont House.. . W. H. Fairhall.. .  ABS      60
Pinelands House..E. H. Jones ABS      40
STANLEY HOUSE (Station. Gordon Bay)
Stanley House. . . Mrs. W.
Bissonette ABS      25
2.50       14.00 up   25 miles
2.50       15.00 25 miles
5.00 up 28.00 up   20 miles
2.50 up .... Va. mile
2.50 up 14.00 up      1 mile
Apply    18.00 6 miles
2.50       14.00 I mile
3.00       15.00 up     9 miles
3.00       16.00 up     9 miles
3.50 up 16.50 up 3 Vz miles
KAWARTHA and SIMCOE LAKES
ATHERLEY (Station. Orillia)
Aldavon Villa... ,G. A. Lister      AS
Fern Cottage. . ..J. H. Pettapiece.. AC
Lakeview House..A. L. O'Connell.. .ABCS
Orchard Point Inn J. A. Therrien...ABCS
Simcoe Lodge... .B. Johnston     AS
BOBCAYGEON
Braden Villa Mrs. E. E. Braden EBS
Kenosha Inn.... ,G. S. Fleming... .     AB
Lakeview House. .J. M. Oliver      AS
Locust Lodge Inn Mrs. W. T. Edgar AB
Red Rock Tea
Room W. J. Thomas... .    AC
Rockland House. .H. R. Davis     AB
Stonyhurst Inn.. .N. Beck       A
The Cedars C. Crowe  .   ACS
The Whyte House C. H. Pardy ABS
BRECHIN
Queens	
Victoria....
 W.Wilkinson       A
....W. B. Wakinson..      A
20
120
60
90
60
10
30
29
38
12
40
20
30
40
25
7
3.00 16.00 up 3 miles
4.00 18.00 up 5 miles
3.50 18.00 up 3 miles
3.00 up 20.00 up IVi miles
2.50 up .... 3'/2 mile*
1.00 5.00 up 3 Mocks
3.00 up 20.00 up 200 yards
2.50       14.00 3 miles
3.00 up  Va mile
2.00 12.00 up 5 miles
5.00 25.00 300 yards
2.50       14.00 Va, mile
2.50        14.00 6 miles
2.50 up 16.00 up 300 yards
2.00
3.00
8.00
BURLEIGH FALLS (Station. Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
Burleigh Falls
Fishing Club.. . A. E. Wagner ABS      35        4.00 up 28.00
Park N.Doughty ABC     45        3.50
Somerset Mrs. N. Davey ..    AS       10        3.00 up	
0)
I mile
I mile
20 miles
20 miles
20 miles TOURIST HOTELS
BOARDING HOUSES AND CAMPS
IN ONTARIO
The following abbreviations are used in this Directory:—
A    American Plan (i.e., rate includes room and meals).
B    Hotel sends out its own booklet to enquirers.
C    Hotel has also cottages to rent.
E    European Plan (i.e., rate means room only).
S     Open in Summer only, in some cases extending into Fall.    All other hotels
not so marked are (so far as is known) open all the year.
RAILWAY STATION.    The railway station (or port of landing) for every
point is always that bearing the same name as the town unless otherwise mentioned, and unless shown as on another railway, is always
a Canadian Pacific Railway station.
POST-OFFICE ADDRESS.    The post-office address of the hotel is always
that of the station, unless otherwise mentioned.
DISTANCE.    The distance shown is that from the station mentioned.
RATES.    The rates quoted are the lowest stated by the hotel itself.
Whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy in this directory,
the Canadian Pacific Railway cannot accept responsibility for mistakes or
changes in this information, all of which has been supplied by the proprietors
of the various hotels, etc.. them selves. This particularly applies to rates.
Nor can the Canadian Pacific Railway be responsible for the standards of
service and accommodation of any hotels in Canada except those under its
own management. Travellers who use this list and find any changes, additions
or corrections necessary would confer a favor upon users of subsequent editions
by reporting same to the General Publicity Departmert, Canadian Pacific
Railway. Montreal, which also publishes a full list of hotels at business centres
along the Company's system as well as the tourist list.
MUSKOKA LAKES
LAKE MUSKOKA
Town
ASB
AS
A
Proprietor or
Manager
BALA
Birch Haven
House Miss A. Bailey.
Fairview Lodge.. .Mrs. E. Wright.
Grassmere House.Patterson Bros..
Moon Chute
House T. A. Edwards.. .     A
Musquash Lodge.Mrs. E. M. Allen. ABS
New Windsor.. .Capt. J.Malcolmson    AB
Pine Grove Lodge Mrs. Brush      AS
Swastika F. W. Sutton ABS
Tree Lawn Mrs. C. H. Pike.. ACS
BALA PARK (Station, Bala)
Bala Park House. W. E. Ham     AS
Clovelly Inn W. E. F. ColwilL.ABCS
BEAUMARIS (Station. Bala)
Beaumaris J. E. McDonald.. ABS
.Mn   "
Plan No. of
Rooms
Rate      Rate
per
Day
Distance
per from
Week        Station
Roseneath	
. T. Mears.
ABS
13
15
10
14
12
70
10
54
12
10
22
112
12
3.00
3.00
2.50
15.00 1 Smiles
15.00 up Vimile
12.50 up 2 Vz miles
3.00       18.00 4 miles
2.50 12.50 up 3 miles
5.00 up 25 00 up Vz mile
2.00 14.00 up 500 yards
3.50       18.00 V4mile
2.00       12.50 up    y4nule
2.00
2.50 up
14.00 up 2 Vz miles
.... 2 Vz miles
5.00 up 35.00 up
2.50 up 15.00 up
10 miles
10 miles
Corrected to Dec. 1930
BRACEBRIDGE (Station. Bala)
Albion R.Craig  A 30
Bracebridge Inn.. W. B. Moore  A 30
Queens J.Thomson  A 30
DUDLEY (Station, Bala)
Dudley House... CKeeley  AS 15
GRAVENHURST (Station. Bala)
Albion Mrs. M. Wasley.. A 36
Fern Glen Mrs. M. F.
Baillie  ACS 10
Gilmour House.. .J. F. Gilmour.... A 28
Glen Ridge Lodge C. B. Pitcher.... AS 10
Pine Dale J. D. Brown ABCS 48
HUTTON HOUSE (Station, Bala)
Hutton House... .Mrs. J. Hutton.. . AS 21
Scarcliff... .  C, W. Riley  ABS 14
3.00 up  25 miles
2.00 up 12.00 up   25 miles
3.50 up  25 miles
2.50       12.00       2 Vz miles
3.50 up 20.00 up 25 miles
2.50       15.00 25 miles
3.00       12.00 up 25 miles
2.75       16.50 9 miles
3.25 up 16.00 up 25 miles
2.50 up 14.00 up   10 miles
2.50       15.00 up     Bmiim
LAKE MUSKOKA—Concluded
Town Proprietor or        Plan No. of
Manager Rooms
MILFORD BAY (Station. Bala)
Cedar Wild H. J. Sawyer ABCS   100
I nglewood
Cottage Misses Riley      AS       11
Milford Bay
House R.J.Stroud ABCS     27
MORTIMER'S POINT (Station. Bala)
Pleasant View A. H. Bickmore... ABCS     38
ROSSCLAIR (Station. Bala)
Rossclair F. W. Foreman.. .      A 12
TORRANCE (Station, Bala)
Camp Pine Crest
(Boys) Y.M.C.A ASB      ..
East Bay House.. Mrs. S. Packer...     AS       15
Fairview House. . W. G. Jeslin      AS 8
Muskoka Springs
Resort . . . . W. O. Whiting. . .     AC       11
Torrance Pavilion J. S. Davidson.. .   ACS
White House Farm Mrs. T. Jeffery .AS        15
WALKER'S POINT (Station, Bala)
Montcalm J. H. Willis ABCS     14
Walker House....H. Walker ABS      19
WHITESIDE (Station, Bala)
American House..T. F. Walker ABS      20
LAKE ROSSEAU—Concluded
Rate
Rate
Distance
per
Day
per
Week
from
Station
4.50
20.00 up
11 miles
2.00 up
11.00 up
11 miles
3.00
17.00 up
11 miles
3.00
12.00 up
7 miles
2.50
12.00 up
8 miles
2.00
12.50
12.00 up
12.00
4 miles
6 miles
3 miles
2.50
2.50
15.00
14.00
2 miles
Z Vz miles
4 miles
3.00
i 2.00 up
14 miles
9 miles
3.50 up
15.00 up
5 miles
LAKE ROSSEAU
FERNDALE (Station, Bala)
Ferndale House. .T. Henry..
(Canadian Keswick)
GREGORY (Station, Bala)
Nepahwin- Mrs. Graham-
ABS      47        2.25 up 15.00 up   13 miles
Crc
Bell.
.ABCS     50       3.50 up 18.00 up     7 miles
JUDDHAVEN (Station, Bala)
Ernescliffe A. Judd.
ABS
AS
50
14
Rest Harbor R. Judd.
The Bluff T. L. Snow ABCS 40
MINETT (Station, Bala)
Balmoral House. .Mrs. H. Wallace..     AS 10
Cheltonia Mra.W.E.Fraling.ABCS 14
Clevelands House S. A. Minett      AS 100
Leefholme E. C. Leef ACS 18
Paignton R. D. Pain ABS 32
MORINUS (Station. Bala)
Morinus House.. .E. Jacques ABC 25
MUSKOKA ASSEMBLY (Station. Bala)
Epworth Inn The Canadian Chautauqua
Institution ABS 50
PORT CARLING (Station. Bala)
Havington Farm. W. K.Foreman & Son ABS 40
Oak Crest House. Mr. & Mrs.W.Wroe ABS 15
Port Carling House G. Canneil      AB 50
Riverdale House..Mrs. J. Seehaver.      A 10
PORT SANDFIELD (Station, Bala)
Edge wood Cottage Miss James      AS 12
(P.O.. Elgin House)
Elgin Lodge L. M. Hall     AS 12
Gleniffer Braes.. . Mrs. J. E. Hurrell    AS 14
Hillview W. Hall     AS 6
ROSSEAU (Station, Bala)
Bay View Mrs. J. Bartlett. .AS 15
Bide-a-Wee..... .Mrs. V. Einarson.    AB 14
Canadian Inn W. R. Meads      AS 18
Glen bur nie Mrs. J. K. Brown      S 10
Maplehurst Mrs. J. P. Brown.    AS 18
Monteith Inn R. J. Abbs ABS 100
Rossmoyne J. Ariss. ABCS 25
3.00 up 21.00 up 8 miles
2.50 14.00 up 7 miles
3.00       17.00 up     7 miles
2.50       15.00 up 18 miles
3.00       18.00 up 17 miles
4.00 up 25.00 up 17 miles
3.00       18.00 up 18 miles
3.00       17.50 17 miles
3.00 up 15.00 up   20 miles
4.00up 18.00 up 15 miles
2.50 up 14.00 up 12 miles
2.50       14.00 up 12 miles
3.00 up 16.00 up 12 miles
2.50       12.00 up 12 mile*
2.00
3.00
2.00
2.50
.... 6 miles
18.00 up 7 miles
.... 6 miles
14.00 10 miles
ROSTREVOR (Station. Bala)
Rostrevor Major E. Trump
ACS      60
ROYAL MUSKOKA (Station. Bala)
Royal Muskoka.. F. M. Hunt ABCS   148
(2)
2.50       12.00 up 26 miles
2.50       15.00 26 miles
3.00       15.00 up 25 miles
Apply   Apply 26 miles
4.00 up 22.00 up 25 miles
4.50 up 28.00 up 26 miles
2.50 up 14.00 up 26 miles
4.00 up 25.00 up     8 miles
9.00 up 49.00 up   18 miles
Town Proprietor or        Plan No. of
Manager Rooms
THOREL HOUSE (Station. Bala)
Thorel House... . G. Thorel      AS
Rate
per
Day
Rate
per
Week
Distance
from
Station
WINDERMERE (Station, Bala)
Fife House A. W. Fife   ABS
Ingleside WW. Biooks....  ABS
King's Park Miss B. E. King..ABCS
Maple Leaf
House I, Hough       A
Newtonia Inn F. W. Newton. . .  ACS
Windermere
40
33
28
50
30
20
2.50 up 14.00 up   16 miles
3.50 up 20.00 up
        10.00 up
2.50 up 14.00 up
3.00
5.00
16.00 up
30.00 up
15 miles
16 miles
11 miles
16 miles
17 miles
House L. Aitken   ABS    120        5.00 up 30.00 up   26 mile
WOODINGTON (Station. Bala)
Woodington
House M. Anderson   ABS
62        3.50       18.00 up   20 miles
LAKE JOSEPH
CRAIGIE LEA (Station, Barnesdale)
Cariingford House Capt. F. J. Ames.    AS       20
Ma-Le-Ha-la
Lodge Mrs. C. Campbell     AS 8
ELGIN HOUSE (Station. Bala)
Elgin House L. E. Love ABCS   200
GORDON BAY
Gordon House. . . Mrs. A. J. Clegg..  ABS      25
Island View H. G. Ball ASB      30
HAMILL'S POINT (Station. MacTier)
The Highlands. . .Bremner &
McKeig ABCS     50
LAKE STEWART (Station and P.O., MacTier)
Buckeye Inn H. O. Clinch       AS       14
PINELANDS (Station, Bala)
Belmont House.. . W. H. Fairhall.. .  ABS      60
Pinelands House..E. H. Jones ABS      40
STANLEY HOUSE (Station, Gordon Bay)
Stanley House. . . Mrs. W.
Bissonette ABS      25
2.50       14.00 up   25 miles
2.50       15.00 25 miles
5.00 up 28.00 up   20 miles
2.50 up  Va mile
2.50 up 14.00 up      1 mile
Apply    18.00 6 miles
2.50       14.00 1 mile
3.00       15.00 up     9 miles
3.00        16.00 up     9 miles
3.50 up 16.50 up 3 Vz miles
KAWARTHA and SIMCOE LAKES
ATHERLEY (Station. Orillia)
Aldavon Villa G. A. Lister     AS 20 3.00       16.00 up     3 miles
Fern Cottage J. H. Pettapiece..     AC 120 4.00        18.00 up      5 miles
Lakeview House.. A. L. O'Connell...ABCS 60 3.50        18.00 up      3 miles
Orchard Point Inn J. A. Therrien... ABCS 90 3.00 up 20.00 up 2»/2 miles
Simcoe Lodge B. Johnston      AS 60 2.50 up ....         3Vi miles
BOBCAYGEON
Braden Villa Mrs. E. E. Braden EBS 10 1.00         5.00 up   3 blocks
Kenosha Inn .G.S.Fleming     AB 30 3.00 up 20.00 up 200 yards
Lakeview House..J. M. Oliver     AS 29 2.50       14.00           3 miles
Locust Lodge Inn Mrs. W.T.Edgar    AB 38 3.00 up            VA mile
Red Rock Tea
Room W.J.Thomas....    AC 12 2.00       12.00 up     5 miles
Rockland House. .H. R. Davis     AB 40 5.00       25.00      300 yards
Stonyhurst Inn.. .N. Beck      A 20 2.50       14.00         Va mile
The Cedars C.Crowe    ACS 30 2.50        14.00            6 miles
The Whyte House C. H. Pardy ABS 40 2.50 up 16.00 up 300 yards
BRECHIN
Queens	
Victoria	
. ..W. Wilkinson	
...W.B.Wilkinson..
25
7
2.00
3.00
8.00
BURLEIGH FALLS (Station. Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
Burleigh Falls
Fishing Club.. . A. E. Wagner ABS      35        4.00 up 28.00
Park N. Doughty ABC     45        3.50
Somerset Mrs. N. Davey ..     AS       10        3.00 up	
(3)
1 mile
1 mile
20 miles
20 miles
20 miles KAWARTHA and SIMCOE  LAKES—Concluded
GEORGIAN BAY
GEORGIAN BAY—Concluded
Town
Proprietor or
Manager
CAESAREA (Station, Nestleton)
Glen Lake House. Miss Chubb      AS
Hiawatha Mrs.T. Van Camp    AS
Kenosha F. Harran      AS
Lakeview A. Harran ACS
The Maples G. Humpage     AS
Plan No. of
Rooms
Rate      Rate        Distance
per
Day
per
Week
8
20
50
20
5
2.50
14.00
2.50
14.00
3.00
15.00
3.00
15.00
2.50
14.00
from
Station
3 miles
3 Vz miles
3 Va miles
3 miles
3 miles
CROWES LANDING (Station, Norwood; Reach by Motor Bus—Motor Boat)
Belvidere R. Lennox     AS       17        2.00       14.00 14 miles
Bide-A-Wee..... .Mrs. C. W.
Waters     AS       II 2.50       15.00 up   20 miles
Burnham Lodge. .H. M. Burnham..  ABS      11 3.00       21.00 14 miles
HALL'S BRIDGE (Station. Peterboro)
West Beach Mrs. J. Jones     AS 7        2.50         20 miles
Windsor G. Fulton     AS       17        3.00       18.00 20 miles
JACKSON'S POINT (Lake Simcoe)
Lakeview House..H. W. Sanders. .. ABCS     73        3.50       17.50 up   40 miles
Simkincoe D. Kiny   ACS      30        2.50       15.00 20 miles
JANETVILLE
Bradburn House..W. G. Bradburn..      A 6        1.50 up   6.00
KAWARTHA PARK (Station, Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
The Maple Leaf.. J. Cassidy     AS       15        2.50       11.00 up
Woodside D.H.Charlton...     A 15        2.50       15.00
LAKEFIELD (Station. Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
Bay View W.H.Pearson...      A 26
Buckhorn House.. M. A. Swinn    ACB 40
Commercial W. H. Peacock...      A 12
Lakefieid Inn A. G. Lawless   ABC 30
LINDSAY
Benson Hyatt & Wellman      A 45
Central E. Fetterley       A 28
Grand J. H. Cowan       A 17
The Elsmure W. J. Gallon       E 40
3.00       17.50
4.00       25.00
3.00       18.00 up
3.00 up 18.00 up
2 miles
20 miles
19 miles
20 miles
20 miles
10 miles
10 miles
4.00 up 21.00      200 yards
2.00         7.00 up   6 blocks
2.50       10.00 up
1.00 up  4 blocks
McCRACKEN'S LANDING (Station. Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
Wantasa Inn C. E. Strickland.. ABCS     36        4.50 up 25.00 up   22 miles
MOUNT JULIAN (Station. Peterboro; reached by Moor Bus and Motor
Boat)
Glenwood Mrs. H. Lowe     AS       40        4.00       25.00 25 miles
(P.O., Juniper Island)
Mt. Julian W. Thompson....    AB      21        3.50       20.00 up   29 miles
Viamede Mrs. W. L.
Ianson ABS      50        4.00       20.00 up   28 miles
OAK ORCHARD (Station and P.O.. Peterboro)
Oak Orchard
Lodge P. Alexander ABCS     20        8.00 up .
ORILLIA
Big Chief Lodge.. W. A. Cody ABCS
Lake Shore House. J. A. Dockstader.     AS
Orillia House. . . . F. G. Morrissey..      A
Palmer W. A. Quibell....      A
The Hermitage
Inn W. T. Stephens. .   ACS
16 miles
75 4.00      22.50 up
40 3.00 up 16.00 up
50 3.50      20.00
40 3.50 up....
3 miles
3A mile
Va mile
3 blocks
40        3.00       16.00 up      1 mile
PAUDASH (By Bus from Peterboro')
Six Point Lodge. .A. D. Greene.
PETERBOROUGH
ABSC     35        5.00      32.00 55 miles
American M. J. Costello... . A
Empress G. N. Graham... A
Grand M.J. Watters.... A
King's D. N. King  A
Montgomery E. H. Brown  A
White House G. White  A
PLEASANT POINT
Pleasant Point
Inn A. L. Morgan ABCS
22
75
28
30
30
35
35
2.00       10.00 up
4.00 up	
3.00 15.00
3.00 21.00
2.50 10.00
4.00
Va mile
Va mile
10 min.
Va mile
Va mile
600 yards
STURGEON POINT (Station. Lindsay)
Lake View Inn... Mrs. F. Walkey..  ASB      20
THURSTONIA PARK (Station. Dunsford)
Leeborough Inn. .Mrs. H. Lee ABS      15
Swastika P. H. Skitch ABCS     25
WASHAGO (Station, Orillia)
Riverdale Hall . . J. A. LeQuyer ASC      15
Seminole R. A. Milne       A        35
3.00       16.50       2 V2 miles
2.50       15.00 10 miles
2.50 up 15.00 up
2.50 up 12.00 up
2 miles
2 miles
2.75
3.25
18.00 up
YOUNG'S POINT (Station. Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
Lakeview House.. H. B.Simons       A        22        3.00       18.00
South Beach W. E. Brooks ABCS     50        4.00 up 20.00 up
(4)
12 miles
12 miles
14 mile
15 mile
Town                Proprietor or Plan No. of
Manager Rooms
BIGWOOD
Commercial H. H. Porlier.... A         15
BLACK ROAD (P.O., Rosseau Road)
Crane Lake House Mrs. A. Van
Koughnett ACS      16
FRENCH RIVER
French River Bungalow
Camp  ABS
fP.O.. Asinka)
Outlying Camp at Pine Rapids.
Bon Air G. R. Elder ACS      18
(P.O..Bon Air)
Masterton's Sportsmen's Camp. .. A. W. Masterton.   ABS      20
(P.O. Bigwood, Ont.)
MAGNETAWAN (Station. Parry Sound)
Camp
We-Na-Nak. . . F. J. Schmeler...    AC      40
Klondike W. M. Laughlan .A        21
MANITOWANING (Station. Little Current. A.E.
Queens J.A.Bennett      A        45
MIDLAND
Georgian J. A. Bell      A        80
Queens D. Hogben       A 50
MONETVILLE (Station. Rutter)
Samoset Camps. ."Lucky"
Cameron ABCS     20
NOELVILLE (Station, Rutter)
Camp Mrs. O. M.
Cunningham.. .     Cunningham...     AC
Edna's Camp   Edna    Mayer      A
Rate Rate Distance
per per from
Day Week Station
3.50 22.00 100 yards
3.00
9 miles
5.50       35.00      300 yards
3.50       24.00 Va mile
4.00      25.00      3 Vz miles
4.50      26.00 up   24 miles
1.50 up 10.00 up   14 miles
Ry.)
3.00
22 miles
12
OTTER LAKE (Station. Dockmure)
Elliott House. ... H. W. Hill     AB      40
OWEN SOUND
Comely S. Leach  A 45
King George S. Leach  A 35
Paterson House. .G. Marron  A 70
Queen's A. Findlay  A 42
Seldon House Miss W. Doyle.. . A 45
PAKESLEY
Channel Inn L. Marcoux       A 8
Ka-Wig-A-Mog
Lodge C. C. Courtney.. .  ABS      25
PARRY SOUND
Adanac,
Belvedere.
Camp Franklin.
Kipling	
Kitchener
Mansions	
Rose Point. . ..
Victoria	
. .J. L. Haggart... .  ABS 15
..A.G.Peebles.... ABS 110
.. Christie Bros       A 125
. .A. J. O'Neill   ABS 40
. .A. Gilchrist      A 19
. .C. W. Thompson.     A 35
..W.F.Thomson..  ABS 50
. .T.J. Calder       A 16
15
85
44
PICKEREL (Station. Wanekewin)
Camp T T. Tupper ASC 15
Camp Wankeeta.. R. F. Skelton       A 15
Kagamaga Club. .A.E. Burkhardt..  ABC 23
POINTE AU BARIL
New Bellevue Mrs. E. O. Finley. ACS
The Ojibway H. C. Davis ABCS
(P.O., Ojibway Island)
Skerryvore E. M. Barker ABCS
PORT LORING (Station. Pakesley)
Lake View D. W. Clapperton    AC       11
PORT McNICOLL
The Inn Mrs. A. E. Spencer    A        30
PORT SEVERN (Station. Lovering)
Bayview G.G.Brown       A        40
Camp Rawley... .Gauley & Rawson    AB      40
SEVERN FALLL
Severn Lodge... .G. N. CrUmmel..  ASB       40
Waubic Mrs. E. Niepage..  ACS      25
(5)
3.50 up 24.50 up 350 yards
3.00 up  150 yards
5.00
3.00
3.00
21.00
18.00
32 miles
24 miles
18 miles
3.00 up 16.00 up    Vz mile
2.50       10.00 up
2.50       10.00 up
4.00 up	
3.00      21.00
4.50 up	
Vz mile
5 blocks
Vz mile
Va mile
3 blocks
2.50 up  10 miles
        28.00 up   15 miles
2.50 up 17.00 up 21 miles
5.00 25.00 up Va mile
3.00 up 18.00 up 17 miles
2.50 up 15.00 up 1 Vz miles
3.00 14.00 200 yards
3.50       .... Vz mile
4.00 up 28.00 up 3 miles
3.50       18.00 V2mile
3.00 18.00 V2mile
3.00 15.00      400 yards
7.00 40.00 4 miles
4.00   7 miles
5.00 up 30.00 up 7 miles
5.00 21.00 up 6 miles
2.50 16.00 30 miles
3.00 14.00 i/4 mile
2.50 up ....
3.50
6 miles
6 miles
3.50 up 20.00 up    5 miles
2.00       12.00 1 mile
Town
Proprietor or
Manager
Plan No. of
Rooms
Rate      Rate       Distance
per per from
Day      Week        Station
TROUT LAKE (Station. Rutter; P.O.. Noelville)
Camp^ Mayer O. R. Mayer ABCS     20
Edna's Camp. .. .Miss E. Mayer... ABS      12
WANAPITEI
Grand Union. . . . G. Thomas       A 16
Queen's A. Harvey      A        17
3.00
3.00
18.00
18.00
2.00 up 11.00
2.00      14.00
21 miles
18 miles
300 yards
200 yards
LAKE ONTARIO AND THE
ST. LAWRENCE
BATTERSEA (Station. Kingston)
Granite House. . .C. Lake ACB 35
Loughborough
View Imhof & Enders. .ABCS 42
Sanger's E. Sanger     AS 25
BELLEVILLE
Belvidere W. F. Allore       A 45
City H. Johnson       A 15
Crystal. G. H. Kingsley...      A 40
New Queen's J. B. Ryan      A 74
Quinte J. V. Jenkins      AB 100
BEWDLEY (Station. Port Hope)
Kennedy Hotel... W. W.Kennedy..   ACS 10
Lakeview House.. W. Kennedy      AB 9
Rice Lake Inn... W. Purdy      AS 16
BOWMANVILLE
Bowman House. . Wm. Savage       A
Balmoral A. J. Wadhams...      A
BRIGHTON
Clarendon....
.D. E. Harrison.
BROCKVILLE
Clifton House W. J. O'Connor. . A
Commercial J. Archinal  E
Franklin House.. .J. Guiney  A
Garbutts  E. R. Ashley  AB
Grand Central. . .Allan cc Luder... . E
Manitonna Hotel. H. D. Duby  E
Revere R. Johnston  A
COBOURG
British E. Calighey & Son A
Cedarmere W. P. Luke   ABS
Lakehurst Miss M. Lucy ABCS
Lakeview J. Roberts  A
New Dunham... .Mrs. T. Green... A
New Royal S. Fisher  E
The Baltimore. . .J. Cauley  A
COLBORNE
Brunswick...... .J. F* Wolfraim. . .
J....E. r
Queen's Hotel.
. E. O'Neill.
30
25
31
14
22
10
20
54
76
90
50
52
23
25
32
20
35
35
24
CORNWALL
Algonquin J. R. Duquette.. .ABCS 150
Carleton Z. Runions       A 18
Cornwallis H. Fall       E 84
King George J.R.Duquette...     A 70
New Windsor.... A. Laplante       A 40
GORES LANDING (Station. Cobourg)
Rice Lake House .A. E. Harris      AS       20
HAMILTON BEACH (Station, Hamilton)
Lakeside Miss G. Perry... .     ES       20
HARWOOD (Station. Cobourg)
Lake View Miss M. Lill...
AS 16
KINGSTON
Anglo-American. .E. S. Webster....      A 25
British-American.M. Bohan       E 60
Chateau Belvidere M. C. Fenwick.         E 50
Frontenac J. A. Hughes      A 57
LaSalle A. S. Randolph.. .      E 130
Plaza H. M. Johnston. .      A 30
Prince George... .G. E. Rothwell.. .    AB 30
(6)
4.00      25.00
16 miles
5.00 up 30.00 up   16 miles
4.00         16 miles
rds
3.00 up 17.00 up 300yardi
3.00       .... Va mile
Vz mil*
3.00 up ...
3.25 up.... 3 blocks
4.50 up i       400 yards
2.50       15.00 10 miles
2.50       14.0Q 10 miles
3.00       15.00 10 miles
3.50
3.00
2 blocks
Va mile
3.00 up 17.50      175 yards
2.50       10.Q0
1.00        5.00
2.50        9.00 up
3.50 up 18.00 up
1.50 up ...1
2.00 up ... I
3.50up ...
3.50
Vz mile
Va mile
Vz mile
Va mile
Vz mile
V2 mile
Vz mile
. . j . Vz mile
3.50 up 22.|0 up 1 % miles
4.00
3.00
3.00
1.50
3.00
2.50
3.00
20.00 up    ^mile
10.00
20.00
»/4 mile
Va mile
Va mile
Vz mile
10.00 up
10.00
5.00 up 30.00 up
2.50       10.00
2.50
3.50 up 17.50 up
3.50 up 18.00 up
Vz miles
1 mile
10 miles
3A mile
Va mile
mile
mile
3.50      20.00 11 miles
1.50 up .... 7 miles
3.50
\2x/z miles
2.50 up 15.00 up  75 yards
1.50       .... 100 yards
3.50 up  Va mile
4.00       .... 1 block
2.50 up  Va mile
3.50 up.... 5 blocks
3.00       17.50 100 yards
LAKE ONTARIO and the ST. LAWRENCE
—Concluded
RIDEAU and MAZINAW LAKES—Concluded
OTTAWA TO SAULT STE. MARIE—Continued
OTTAWA TO SAULT STE. MARIE—Concluded
Town
NEWCASTLE
Oriental	
OSHAWA
Central Hotel..
Commercial
Proprietor or
Manager
.Mrs. L. J.
Glendenning..
. E. O. McCrokan.
. G. McTaggart....
Plan No. of
Rooms
Rate      Rate
per
Day
Distance
per from
Week Station
PORT HOPE
Craigieburn....
Ontario	
Queens	
Spruce Lodge..
PRESCOTT
Alexandra E. T. Horan  A
Daniels B. H. Cochrane. . A
Royal Palm L. McKnight  A
.Mrs. C. Oswald. .
. Mrs. M. Lowe... .
.F. B. Keeler	
. C. Jacob	
E
A
AB
A
A
A
20
40
15
21
40
10
40
40
15
2.50       10.00
3.50      21.00
3.50
2.75
3.50
2.50
21.00
20.00
12.00
Va mile
Vz mile
Vz niile
Vz mile
3/4 mile
Va mile
4 blocks
3.50 up 21.00 up   3 blocks
3.50 up  Va mile
3.00       12.00      100 yards
PRESQU'ILE POINT (Station and P.O.. Brighton)
Presqu'ile G. Quick ACS      38        Apply   Apply
TRENTON
Gilbert.	
Quinte	
Royal	
WHITBY
Royal	
Whitby	
J. B. Crawford.
J. Orrill	
T. H. Long....
.A. Rosseau. .
.L. S. Bandel.
A
A
A
A
E
52        3.50 up ....
20        2.50       10.00
16       2.50        9.00 up
6 miles
1 Vz miles
1 mile
1 mile
35
15
3.50       12.00 up    y4mile
1.50 up Apply 1 mile
RIDEAU AND MAZINAW LAKES
BON ECHO (Station. Kaladar)
Bon Echo Inn... .Bon Echo Inn
Limited ABCS
CALABOGIE
Legree House.... Mrs. F. Hayword.     A
CHRISTIE LAKE
Red Cedar Inn.. .R. W. Marks ACS
Tom's Inn T. Marks ACS
CLOYNE (Station. Kaladar)
Wickware Mrs. S. S.
Drysdale       A
CROW LAKE
Idlewild A. Harris....
AS
HAVELOCK
Armstrong House C. Armstrong....
80
14
15
21
19
35
KALADAR
Bayview J.R.Perry     AC       10
(P.O.. Myers Cave)
Do Drop In J. D. Flake       A 10
MARMORA (Station. Bonarlaw)
Marble Cliff T. E. Neal ASC      15
Tipperary House .Mrs. M.
McGrath ASC      20
MERRICKVILLE
City G. Lewis      A        30
OTTY LAKE PARK (Station and P.O., Perth)
Ouneta Inn T. A. Consitt ACS      18
PERTH
Hicks House W. J. Glascott... A 60
Imperial F. A. Lambert. . . A 30
Revere House P. J. Kehoe  A 35
SHARBOT LAKE
Hillcrest D.Buchanan       A 10
Lakeside E. B. Buell     AC       15
(7)
6.00 up 35.00 up   20 miles
2.50       12.00 Vi mile
3.00       19.00 up 300 yards
2.00 up 20.00      100 yards
2.00 12.00         14 miles
3.00 20.00           4 miles
3.00 9.00        30 yards
3.00 ....           15 miles
2.00 10.00      500 yards
3.00 up 20.00 up     7 miles
3.00 20.00 up     7 miles
3.00 20.00         Vz mile
3.50 21.00       3 Vz miles
3.00 ....          4 blocks
2.50 10.00         Va mile
3.00 12.00         Vz mile
3.00          5 min
3.00       18.00      100 yards
Town Proprietor or
Manager
SMITHS FALLS
Arlington Mrs. C. Hallinan.      E
Palliser W. E. Earle       A
Rideau F. M. Powers. ...      A
Russell W. J. Burchill...      A
TICHBORNE
Kennedy's Resort.W. Kennedy  A
Lake View J. Steele  AS
Tichborne C. B. Clobridge. . AC
Tourist's Home. . Mrs. N. Shilling ton A
TRENT RIVER (Station, Havelock)
Cedar Isle Mrs. A. Wight...  ACS
TWEED
Huyck House. . ..C. A. Mills       A
Plan No. of
Rooms
Rate      Rate
30
40
37
35
21
43
per
Day
1.00
2.50
3.50
2.50
3.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3.00
Wm
Distance
from
eek Station
3.50 up 1 mile
  100 yards
.... 7 blocks
.... Va mile
21.00 3V2 miles
14.00 3V2 miles
15.00 175 yards
15.00 6 miles
16.00      3 Vz miles
17.50 5 min.
LAKES HURON AND ERIE
GODERICH
Bedford Litt & Litt       A
British Exchange. W. T. Pellow       E
Goderich Inn L. J. Baker	
Menesetung Park.B. H. McCreath..ABCS
Sunset C. C. Lee ABS
PORT BURWELL
American H. Butcher. .
Lakeside Mrs. J. Fick.
A
A
PORT DOVER (L.E. & N. from Gait)
Commercial Mrs. J. Henderson     A
Erie Beach J. W. Storke ABS
Norfolk C. E. Gamble....      A
Orchard Beach.. . W. M. Buck ABCS
50
40
18
100
6
27
15
70
25
60
4.00      21.00
1.25 up   ....
3.00
5.00
1 mile
Vz mile
i 8.0*0 up 1 Vz miles
32.00 Va mil*
2.50
3.50
32.00
9.00
10.00
Va mile
150 yards
100 yards
3.50       24.50 Va mile
5.00 up 30.00 up 400 yards
3.00       18.00 1 block
3.00 up 16.00 up   2 blocks
PORT STANLEY (London and Port Stanley Ry. from St. Thomas)
Hillcrest Inn Miss C. Rayner. .     AS 15 5.00       20.00 	
Orion House J. Bartholomew. .EBCS 40 1.75 up 20.00 up    Va mile
PRESTON (G.R.R. from Gait)
Braeside Lodge... Miss S. L. Robb..      A 25 5.00       35.00 up 200 yards
Central F. Church       A 25 3.50       15.00 up     2 miles
Kress. W. F. Kress     AB 50 4.00       20.00 up     1 block
Preston Springs     AB 70 7.00 up 45.00 up 100 yards
OTTAWA TO SAULT STE. MARIE
ARNPRIOR
New Byrne J. R. Byrne       A
BEAR ISLAND (T. & N.O. Ry. Station. Temagami)
Lake View House.Mrs. J. Turner...   ABC
BLIND RIVER
Harmonic A. Berthlette       A
DAYTON (Station, Thessalon)
'Tween the Lakes.Mrs. D. S. Morin.      A
DEAN LAKE
Algoma Lodge. . .J. A. McDonald..
(P.O., Iron Bridge)
Huronic W. J. Beharriell. .      A
DESBARATS
Desbarats E. J. Parker     AC
Diamond
Lake Inn T. J. Parker ABS
GORE BAY (Station. Spragge)
Ocean House T. R. Porter ACB
Queens A. C. Bryan     AC
HILTON BEACH (Station. Desbarats)
Lake View N. McDougall....     A
(8)
40
3.50 up
24.00
220 yards
maga
17
mi)
4.00
25.00
17 miles
38
3.50
150 yards
9
3.00 up
> 18.00 up    10 miles
Apply
Apply
15
2.00
9.00
!#*} yards
10
3.00
18.00
20 yards
18
4.00
25.00
10 miles
30
25
3.50
2.50
21.00
10.00
22 miles
25 miles
18
3.00
20.00
7 miles
Town
Plan
Proprietor or
Manager
KAGAWONG (Station. Cutler)
Havelock A. A. Hunt       A
LITTLE CURRENT (Algoma Eastern Ry
La Cloche View
Camp H. C. Hawkins...  ABS
Mansion House.. .J. H. Tinkis       A
MASSEY
Clifton House.... Mrs. H. Bonley. .      A
Scotty Hunter's
Inn J. C. Hunter       A
MATTAWA
Mattawa House. .A. Emond  A
Royal H. Morel....  A
Victoria A. McKechnie. . . A
MOORLAKE
Moorlake Mrs. E. Lee      A
NAIRN
King George H. J. Lyons       A
NORTH BAY
Continental J. Symington.
Empire Hotel L. Devine. ...
King George W. Brazeau...
Pacific J. Carnovale..
Queens D. Hogben. . .
PEMBROKE
Copeland I. Roy	
Mackay T. Laundy	
Leland M.J. Needham.
Pembroke J. B. Teevens...
Windsor J. L. Cecile	
Rate      Rate        Distance
No. of      per per from
Rooms     Day      Week        Station
20        2.50
•)
E
E
E
E
A
RENFREW
Dominion House..J. M. George. . .
Exchange Mrs. J. Dunbar.
Ottawa House... A. Gravelle	
Renfrew A. Thurston
SAND POINT
Young's J. Young.
SAULT STE. MARIE
Algoma F. Breton	
Algonquin S. Lambert ,
Grand View W. O'Brien	
New Windsor P. M. Everett.. .
Royal C. E. Keenan
STURGEON FALLS
Kervin Camps. . . Kervin Bros
Kirkup C. E. Hawley. ...
Memquisit Lodge.Capt. C. Britton..
Windsor F. Chaput	
SUDBURY
Balmoral	
King Edward.
Nickel Range.
New American.
. . J. T. O'Connor...
. . C. Johnson	
. .D. M. Morin. . . .
..A. H. Raby	
New Queen's W. H. Riddell.. . .
E
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
E
E
E
A
E
A
ASC
A
E
E
E
E
E
80
102
22
75
70
80
30
45
65
40
50
25
50
60
20
30
50
52
80
40
40
20
30
50
100
55
80
40
30 mile
25
50
6.00
3.75 uF
35.00
18.00 up
80 yards
10
2.50
15.00
Close
10
3.00
100 yards
30
40
30
3.50
2.75
2.50
21.00
12.00
12.00
Va mile
Va mile
50 yards
20
2.50
50 yards
15
2.50
10.00
Vz block
1.00 up   5.00 up 250 yards
3.00 up Apply    200 yards
1.00 up  50 yards
1.50         150 yards
3.50 up 24.50 up  30 yards
1.25 up.... 3 blocks
2.50 7.00 up 3/5 mile
2.50       12.00 Va mile
4.00 up 20.00 up 200 yards
2.50        8.00 1 block
2.25        .... 1/4 mile
2.50 7.00 up    Vz mile
3.00       14.00 up 150 yards
4.00 up .... 1 block
2.50       14.00      200 yards
1.00 up   6.00 up 3/5 mile
2.00 up .... 3 min.
1.50 up   7.00 up    3/4 mile
4.50 up  4 blocks
1.50 up 10.00 1 mile
Apply   Apply 	
3.50 up  200 yards
5.00      35.00 22 miles
3.50 up 21.00 100 yards
1.50 up ,
1.50 up .
2.00 up .
1.50 up .
1.25
4 blocks
Close
Va mile
3 blocks
Va mile
TEMAGAMI (T. & N.O. Ry.)
Ashigan Andach. .W. Friday ACS 25 4.00       25.00         17 miles
Camp Chimo G. S. Gooderham. ABCS 34 5.00 up 25.00 up          	
Camp Eucaroma.. R. D. Morgan... . ABCS .. 4.50 up 25.00 up   14 miles
Camp Ojibway.. .G. A. Foster ABS 35         30.00         24 miles
Camp Timagami
(Boys) A. L. Cochrane.. .  ASB ..         Apply        22 miles
Ka-Kena Inn G. C. Smith ABCS 20 4.00       25.00         18 miles
Ronnoco A. Stevens      AS 50 5.00 up 30.00 up 100 yards
Timagami Inn... A. Stevens ABCS 30 4.00 up             17 miles
TEMAGAMI ISLAND (Station and P.O.. Temagami. T. & N.O. Ry.)
Wabi-KonCamp.H. W.Wilson.... ABCS 100 4.00 up 28.00 up    17 miles
THESSALON
Heff ernan J. G. McCartney .A 50 3.50                     2 miles
TROUT MILLS (Station. North Bay)
Camp Champlain.E. L. Hughes ABCS .. 5.00       24.50           9 miles
(9)
Rate        Distance
per from
Week Station
Rate
Town Proprietor or        Plan No. of      per
Manager Rooms    Day
WEBBWOOD
Windsor F. A. Van Norman    A        30        2.50       15.00      400 yards
Tourist Camp W. McKnight (Post Office, Lee Valley)
WHITEFISH (Station and P.O.. Penage)
H. G. Hutchinson ABS
Bonniview	
Penage W. A. Hunter....     A
Sheehan Camp.. .G. E. Brown     AB
WILLISVILLE (Station. Espanola)
Green's Camp... .B. H. Green	
Tourist Camps.. .J. Lehman ABC
22
18
20
60
3.00
2.50 up ,
3.50
11 miles
150 yards
15 miles
£5Ely
3.00
Apply
21.00 up
15 miles
WEST OF SUDBURY
(10)
50
20
22
110
FORT WILLIAM
Adanac D. L. Crites  E
Avenue J. McCranor  E
I.O.O.F. Temple..H. A. Hayes  E
New Empire C. W. Forester... E
Royal Edward. . . C. A. Mann  E
St. Louis LP. Doyle  E
Victoria T. L. Harrison... E
KEEWATIN
Miller's Lodge. . . J. S. McOnie  A
KENORA
Devi 2s Gap Bungalow Camp... .ABCS
Commercial A. I. Katz  E
Dalmore J. Sauerbrei. . A
Ottawa R. McKay.  A
Tourist A. R. Hutchison.. A
LOON
Loon Beach R. L. F. Strathy.. ASC       10
METAGAMA
Bates' Camps M. U. Bates  EBC   100
NIPIGON
Nipigon River Bungalow Camp.. ABS     50
Nipigon Inn R. w. Davidson.. E        22
PORT ARTHUR
Mariaggi M. Hurtig  EC    120
New Ontario J. B. Wallace.... A        60
Prince Arthur Can. Nat. Rys.... AB    150
Vendome T. J. Donnelly... E        58
VERMILION BAY
Boarding House. .J. Armstrong.... A         17
3/4 mile
\*2 mile
Vl mile
6 blocks
Va mile
3 blocks
30       3.50      21.00      300 yards
42
1.00 up   3.50 up
90
2.00 up 10.50
40
1.00 up   4.00 up
50
1.50 up   8.00
105
3.00 up Apply
52
1.00 up	
50
1.50 up   6.00 up
  3 miles
1.00 up 12.00 1 block
2.50 up 14.00 up 200 yards
2.50 up 12.00 2 blocks
5.00 up 21.00 up   4 blocks
2.50 up 10.00 up 500 yards
1.00 up   7.00 up      I mile
5.50      35,00
1.50up ....
1.50 up   7.00
3.00 up	
5.00 up	
1.50up ....
Va mile
200 feet
100 yards
300 yards
50 yards
5 blocks
2.50       12.50       75 yards 

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