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 LAND   MAP
MANITOBA    J
 AND   THE	
1 Canadian North-Westfl
Information relating to Government and Railway lands, and in-          jj.J
teresting letters from
ACTUAL   SETTLERS.
atsSSSSlnr^*'!    1
THE  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY CO.
J---           | CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY
LAND  REGULATIONS.
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twenty-four miles from each side of the main line, will be disposed
FROM $2.50 PER ACRE UPWARDS.
ut the purchaser may pay on
GENERAL   CONDITIONS.
1,    All improvements placed upon land purchased to b
i      i   i i i i lis been made.
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3.    The  Compan; under these regulations,   all
:)ri;:.j. aiu'l ec;il lifmls; nv.d liLiub ront:u:i:]i;( ri.:iib;T hi <[U:Lii;.ii:.-s\ s :011c.
I. ..    i >'..!.     .l-.Tl'dll.      ;i:.,i        I: ■ c ■ i: ■     ill!'
Liberal rates for settlers and their effects will be granted by tl
tmpany over its Railway.    For further particulars apply to
SOUTHERN   MANITOBA   LANDS.
THE LAND   GRANT  of the  MANITOBA SOUTH-WESTERN
,, well adapted for grain c
{ wide, immediately north o
3 westward.   That portion
. .   tools', churches and municipal organiza
:,.,.-■■.;. ' ■        . ..- ,,,.■■.: :
■ms of purchase of th FREE   GRANTS
DOMINION LANDS REGULATIONS.
.i Ulars, subjee!
HOMESTEADS
111 [1 ill
id which are not set apart for town si'
... ..      ,  nicd police po^s, mining
nestead within six mm 1      i     , , ntiy, and shall reside
nd make the land his home for at least six months out of every
months for llmee years frnni the dale of entry ; and shall, vdilan the
■■'■..'■ 'IV: :'   hi    :'.:■..■:...■   .  Oil-
es of his homestead i\p i i hi] within the second
i" his hornet 1
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■■     '■:■   :''    ■ '     LLOil;   I   iijTi    : im   !,;■,■.■ VJj.'Op.
1 Site Reserves, and
I       I     i 1  1 1     i uthcr of the three
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entry,   unless entry   shall.   have  been   rimde  on  or   after the iirsr. day  oi'
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six months out of every twelve months for tin i   m 1 l
2. The hon
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homestead quarter .section ; nud shall vathin. the second year crop the said
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entry he shall* Kii 1 I
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3. The homesteader shall commence the cultivation of 1     i
V     ■ ' v. :"■.       "■      ■    ■    .       ,    -
1 li I Inst day of June
than five acres o: he- 1       i     second year crop the
said jive a.eivs, and   breek   and   prepare lie: crop not less biuui ten. acres in.
habitable house on the ho 11 Le expiration of the second year, DOMINION
LANDS REGULATIONS.
date of"])!:-; application for patent.
Inthee-wntci I I
nermieteVl to purchase his bmmes:.ca.l, ov homesieail and pre'.rnpu.ion, as the
e: e.     ee      he,   o I     u   liisle   e      >re ,       I r  ,   ; .■.:,:.   ■      e, ,      . ,   , .    .  ,l:..
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PRE-EMPTIONS
1 1 1 ]   i l ,     i
The pre-empt.i    i   i   1 I he  I      ns   i
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his hweesiead pahae :   bin  sleuiiu   i.he   iinn.ei.ae.T fall   io Ihllil the   honu
ib   in I       1 sit   Preserves, is tw
dollars am; iii'.y i-nifs an se;--.     "Where land :s 'mrlh o( ilea norbheily bin;
;  ii       ■  !    ■.■        .i ■     ■  ,      :    e   ■.     .,       !, ;  ,,; ,p:  ,|     Vail'       lk\]v,;\\
and is not within  twenty-foui  mdes of  n I
Payments for land; "'■■-_ scrip, or Police or Military Bount
TIMBER
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' ll-l Ter   ('.;,::,.;.,    . Hi!; no,'
$10.00 per ac
iand.s. apply to cho Saordary of l.ho IVparinioni FARMING AND RANCHING IN ALBERTA.
Alherta is situalrd  iiiiinedialidy east, of  the   liorky   Mountains   anil
iUias the taunt"' ' I
tor,    ve.-'i'-'i: lira',       :,:',       ,.      '-■",,     ,','.               .-;',;..      .... I       .   .
lour or live davs when ii           II In-   1      nil.,!.   1 making tl--       I     -.■
a'r.l   ■ »'   e, I  i.i         :•■    .,-. .  .    ■■,.'    ■ i  ■       ... ... ...
ill             111  i i       i i i i      I          i       1      i      i     uppln il   M  1      u,:; •!
nil u    n i riling smm- in me ill      sn   1        h ntniiitl     i,.      ,     i
n Abundance o
Water for Grazing and all other purposes.
The wild, passes ot   the   prnviuee are  mnsr  :,rnI ritious, as lens !.e,n
demonstrated ly lie- ilmee: eds iu" ci   : 1- seed Ii nil  I he  lillirren:.
1 I r i   n\ 11    i      , i
II I   \    n t i       u I
e.n.i     :
'tdie cool temperature in summer with the pure c<
ese and Butter Making
and   oner.
Jiim; .Ukirar
,n.ck iie.hi.BJ.ae:; n.
.
•iTM.
2h™
... • ■   .....
bymanyinea
Ihlseise
par
of Mai
mi
NERALS.
Iron
Ore.-
Large
..needs ei ■■
eell.eitireuo
V::b.  :\:-u
Pacific Uaihv u.
i'il.ll :M.  wllieip in. COn.neei.ite-,   with.   ;be   Jim:   coking  coa fs a, sli,;i.      . ..,;<■
.:.;.     :.-:■,      ■  -..i:-..   ;,-i;iv      .,::,.     ,:. :   ,,]
I I   Vlbcrta, who must fu
e     . .,.,■. ,   ,    i.ilidi'l, ;;.
Lead.—One ol        I 1 id known in the worl
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Railway,  and fmtl I ' i    1   i    t     Lh  .    n
t    J I 1 I       I     lo the disivie..,
the matter of supj >b        | 11
iK.ii:<<    ,'oi'i    ■■■   ..    ill C: ei..i, ..vac e  ■,   e." '.        ■  Ii
i have beei    *"
by the agriculturis
sumption of i n 1 I tr thin that of ai till            I t i the developi
II King works would
Gold-—hi   ) Inhood of the Canadian Pacific
1 !   '                         ill            ' i            ii       i     of, placer deposits
exist.    Some of tli               1         1 i     r                          1
hid a uniform   r r [
' I'.'M      "I          "'\\        .Mi i           " .: ■ ie   I
at,   and   with   the   applhuicecs   of modern   maehhnay,   hydraulics,   kr,.,
':       'ii--.      '■■■:■,    i. ,■     ,,■■■; i...   ■:■   ,■,.       .          i           ,i      v ■.      .,..,!
BUILDING  MATERIAL.
Clays.—In the eastern portion of Alherta is situated an immens
■lie. h   .... e. .i  lee   lies. ■   ■.   i   ei  en.   ,   d   ...r    ..'.-:..
iH.de, ot Idideeelulua,  end  nr.e.ourree.l ee i;ai_ n> the   Lest known.     (>
Fiiverrvn.h. HT) ;;re;.i re end y.     l.'diys snd.i.lde tor lie   mauii/aemr'e ..idedel
Lime  and  Sand are obtainable at almost any point.
Building  StOneS.—Sandstone, equal to the best  Ohio
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.!,.      elee   I.       r     ' ':. ie :       d •      ;    .. ,., .   .   S    • .
high polish.
Quartzi
NATURAL  CAS.
and Cassils Stations (tt i       in ' i ii
1111 i 1 I    1 t the   ame article
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r i t It ictor iu domestic e STATISTICS
SHOWING THE PROGRESS OF MANITOBA.
rdepori el' reheat, Inishids	
Export of Potatoes, bushels...
Total Export of Cereals in 1 887,
Nearly 25,000,000 Bushels.
said by apparently well e
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1,1 :M acres, end. lie; toi.al ydnd vers eetdeiated   hi   Oroide-a; jd,ddi,ddi 8
When farmers began to thresh it
vas found that the es
irnated yield
was in neirl
d
ote'muchla^r'than
anticipated.
ItisnodouK               1	
leld of wheat
in Manitoba in 1887, was not less thar
30 bushels per acre
Eed Fyfe wheat  "No. 1 Manito
sown and is generally conceded to be tl
VERY BEST WHEAT THE WORLD PRODUCES,
e        .
da, Great Britain, an
d the States
eady sale at higher pr
.
may ho drawn to the
fact'that the
. sales of wheat ranged from
80 CENTS TO $1,15 PER BUSHEL,
&an?t„haeih Hf *"«££ ndl
at the latter price. Th
reisnodonbt
and in Emoi t      i         [    i 1             1
after by European mil
OATS AND
BARLEY.
In 1887 there were 155,176 acre
of oats, with an av
rage yield of
erage yield ot
l ■■...'..
large seale.
ROOTS
ETC
Iti    ometimes asked, en root" be
successfully cultivatec
in Manitoba?
InsL   year,   ami   expert.;'! a. great   ma:
,0™thm'to^rio!°jSSoba
very dry and mealy
■■a...:.    '   eeiee .     ;    :   -'■'   -.'■      V-!   :     -    .::".. ■  \
met with, rrmlscin. e
weight.
The average yield of turnips in
887, was 866 bushel
«  «  sr INTERESTING   LETTERS
From ACTUAL SETTLERS in MANITOBA AND THE TERRITORIES.
August 12th, 1888.
I came to Canada last year and took up a Homestead, and to-day
wants to work could get on we] mfortable home by
New Tulsha, Assiniboia,
12th August, 1888.
If a man cares
then be should come ro Canada, that is my opinion,    i ,
...
children with me.    I left my v. d. toumania, and after
one year's work in ( i nit money to my wife
to come over with two childn n    i   1 i        i [
this all I made in only three years.    I do sincerely advise all who want to
work to come to Canada, and I am certain that they will be happy here.
My opinion of -      sis' s :-dement here, is that
.■;■•'■■..
-
pastures here are exceedingly good and the gi m 1     it i
young and old cattle.    Altboug] : and Nebraska are
feed. I have been twice away from here, but I find this to be the best
country for farmum' t km pro.luers ml roots give a very good yield.
I know several p-- re a cent, and they
are now well of, m i s rue spare money.
..':-:::.     s e   . I d      . e- :'-  .        e    :■     rdt
New Tflsha, Assiniboia,
I have been in many comr. ri 1 ia any country
o make a comfortable home.
YTJNZ JOHAN SEIBOLD. ■■'   .;   e       .
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cows, and from :
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This is one of the 1
.tiled here.
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home was in New Brunswick. I have Item fa i eii uvo m k.; from
Calgary during the past three years. I have forty-five acres under
,u, ivation     1 h        ill Id-, every season.    This year I had
.•■'■<■■■'.} -.-':■. : <"■■■
My crop of potatoes was also very good     I i   1
this country 1  c p   1 ( I i s wi 11, butter sells
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■'■■      ■   ■ '■■.-■
 I-      '■-■.'.-. '.■■:'■-■  h<,   ■■.!:>'
'.:■.■   in   this   loealipv,   was   as   good, if  not
:      ■ ':    ■       ' .       ■ : :.:. -. ..      ' . :  ■    : :.;      ■::;   ■.  ■ ■ :     i !.-
antages of this disfa msuita that I have Ely.'11!3
.v.   a   e.     e..	
... ■   er   .:   r    ea    I.   . e.,   leies. ,   ....      :  .■        ....,!...     ei     .......
. .     ......' ...-.I	
die; lies fr.eri irr.st.     'j he era r.aeis also surn risen, in (din die fnxnrianer of their
products, all quite narley crops are also
n i  I i i .rood country for
ei    . e ,,     in    ne n   ei   earl
e.    . e  r   '    .      .s      '.... .      • ei   i ■     .
e d	
far more than fulfilled.
ADAM HASTINGS.
t month.    The yfeld of grain all
Yours respectfully,
THOS. BAETON.
Kegina, N. W. T.
m the County of Lambton, Ontario, where I spent neai
l proved unsuccessful.    To the  query   "can you  adv
JAMES BOLE.
P.S.—The h altl 1        i h 1ms been good ever since we SOUTHERN   MANITOBA.
eianp ala.m J \)  mims   M„:n,  (Jiv.m: ami ^evea j.eksYrom   "1'him IPi,t-d,
wheat, flax, barley and
iiring the slick
. ■
ar larm U v.t.rkeu. entirely ky kiiv.l kelp, a.ml ike pmiiL.; over all exiirnse;;
r  ■,  ii,    ■    ■■:■'   Mll.ia.: , .■■ id   I    Ii
a      ■...,.,■■:'■... e     .      ,
_iie <;ro)i of lak.8 did met. yield <-;n -'.yh!, avd-ra;jii:p only aV.u'j 2e hushuls to
,.,... ......        .1   .,■..
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Our plan of securing help in harvest proved very successful and profit-
time, and saved oiir grain promptly, without loss by
RESULTS OF TWO YEARS' FARMING NEAR WINNIPEG,
BY EGAN BROTHERS,
No Previous Experience in Farming I hern very tittle or no e:r.[ie idiom     tVe arid. df,:md. d) far tin,  prnperly,
r'r d   ;,      ed.ee       ; ■ . : .- '       .
rrhose fnniis aiir-e old! deinrr rvorlh rhai. aninunl,  cei!se.|ii(nit!y the hind
pi ntly m a nearly
1 i      i        up to weeds, etc.
On the 27th of May last we commenced ploughing, following up at
r acre of oats.
36 acres Wheat
I Beets
•   j Cabbages
(Graded No. 1 hard)
(Sold in lirevrery for lealriun)
(Cut alongside farm)
would particularly cs
August, a little over t
tVinnipeg, at JO 57 per bush. $ 513 00 c wo have dene ramarka iky  v.eiL, as. Lavidug uiir owa work (we did no:
i ■ ■ :::!■■-.. : ■   . ■   .. a.   ■ ■        ; : i a ' ■ I ■ ■ ■ ■ , ■   .
.  HAMILTON,  Esq.
1    I     i 11     ctpted9   cents per b
We sold the bnle\  it   i r      0    & Id about 9000 busl
..in   ..:..-.:..  :\U a.eY   ..-ie'k- , ', :;■■,! ecaiurtl ka, ea la .ire, a ;e 1 a ko ktie
The total results of our farming operations for the  year mi ADVICE TO INTENDING IMMIGRANTS.
Every year large numbers of young men leave their old homes in East-
.' ■■       e
the same.    To all who are seriously thinking of taking such a step the one
WHERE  SHALL  I  CO ?
To Manitoba and the Canadian North-West.
•  1  er e
n" nd blizzarr
it i       11 1 i    i I i 1 to t rke unsupported
e.:ee.   ...      ". !.,       ...e     eel- : i
-'      -dent. You are net ashed to into
I'e •   d   , ...'     i  e   I'    i     ■
e.dviie.  towns and villages
country.
THE  BEST TIME TO  COME
calves each, or give butter enough to provide for a family and bring
up the cah eb on 11 ] v, , eks' good milk.
Their food costs nothing; the land will be put in shape, say 20 acres at
-■ ■:■'; :■;■■■  ■"■■■,■ :  ■ :te .-e, a      . ;    . .  :'..    ...-■'
building put up befc .ork.   The care of
his stock and cutti the fanner regular
e:ic a.   ■ ...    :   ! ;  ..-.-.''..■ ' ■ ■     . ■      e ■
year's earnings—by having a.1:.
year's farmer, at 0 . WHO   SHOULD   COME.
ith a little money to start them on homesteads or farms of their owi
i likely yo
) to succeed here, and by reading our farm ] eriodicals, and
miliar with your work and the best way of setting about it.
Country tradesm rniths well up in horse-shoeii-D
I i   s Ultra. Servant
v -■.:.:. :
>od wages, and ft on i ' i       i   li ■< ill n ulilvbe paidto all sr~v
ho may come along at ai ad be sure of a prompt <
igemeut.    Somegirlsare figures above named, 1
e wish to be carefully an i   i ,     i     >   m        - h wme men who write
■.-'..a ..:.:     ,;;,:.
Tor carpenters, tinsmi lolsterers, plasterers, bri
ill be no "boom" in buddimr to eaaise a rise ahove the present rates
=« — day.    The demand for e—i —
'his work
mited, and no one should'
le reliable employ*
4,000  FARMERS.
quantity of laud taken up this year in Manitoba and the North
100,000  ACRES
iss without taking advantage of the liberal offer made by the*
160  ACRES   FREE. 

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